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<S>tudent Lire 

"Millsaps gives off a really good vibe. The 
stvidents and faculty go out of their way to be 
friendly." 

-Rachel Ball 

^Oeople 

"It's good to know that when you walk to class, 
you can say hi to anyone and get a friendly hello or 
smile in return." 

-Brandon Guidry 



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/Activities 

"Academics at Millsaps gave me the tools to 
succeed, while the extracurricular activities 
taught me how to succeed." 

-Erica France 





"Playing sports allows the student athlete to 
learn how to budget his or her time and to 

keep priorities in order." 

-Joe Lambert 



"Being Greek has helped me to be more involved on 
campus. It has allowed me to work with certain 
authorities which have taught me life skills." 

-Roman Rahoum 






Erin Whitaker 



Sandra Smithson, Rebecca Bradford 



Robika Modak, Tanya Pennington, John 
Suggs. Eiizabeth Adams. Amy Sellers 



OPENING 3 








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• BUILDING ADDITIONS to campus 
brought everyone closer together and 
provided more opportunities for campus 
community activities. 

• WE WANT THE FUNK. Major Madness 
was a huge success, especially the concert 
at the North End with George Clinton and 
Parliament Funkadelic. 

• THE KAVA HOUSE became a favorite 
spot for dining, socializing and studying 
after its completion second semester. 
Special events such as Greek Jeopardy and 
the Chess Tournament were held there. 



section editor: Icurolane 




Working out in 
the HAC is great. 
Where else con 
you see cute 
girls working out 
on campus? For 
myself though, 
I enjoy the 
challenge and 
the sense of 
accomplishment 
that I get from 
working out and 
maintaining my 
physique. 

Cortland Knox 



Ryan Paul, Rich Caminito, Sumon Bhowmick 



Assistants : Beth West, Aileen Abate, Rachel Spear 

STUDENT LIFE 5 




SPECTATING, 

Charles Barnewold 
watches as the Majors 
take the field 





RALLYING THE CROWD, 

Beth Doshier and Shelly Byrd 
lead fans in a rousing cheer. 



SOUVENIRS. In support of the 
Majors, students and alumni purchase 
T-shirts from Shelly Breland. 





SOCIALIZING. Amy 

White visits with her 
family at the Tn Delta 
brunch Saturday 
morning. 



GAME TIME. Football players and 
cheerleaders storm the field to the roar of 
a spinted crowd. 




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Friends come together 

for a weekend filled with 

festivities and football! 

I HAVE BEEN a huge supporter of the Millsaps Athletic 
Department for the three years I have been at Millsaps. 
y Our athletes work very hard and don't get half the credit 
^ I they deserve. Football is one of my favorite sports, and it 
was great to see the Majors come back with a couple of 
touchdowns after having a not-so-good first half. 
-Lane Douglass 



CARNIVAL WAS THE first full scale musical put on 
by the Players in nearly 1 years. Homecoming turned 
into an entire weekend themed around Carnival, including 
popcorn and cotton candy in the bowl, a man on stilts, 
clowns, and two Burmese pythons. The most nerve 
racking part of the weekend was keeping one of the 
pythons on my shoulders! -Melinda Bott 





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HAKE IT UP. During the halftime 
low. tine Major Impressions dazzle 
e crowd with their new moves and 
liforms. 



CLOWNING AROUND. In 

the Bowl on Saturday. 
Travis Clay amuses 
everyone by making balloon 
animals. 








POST-GAME 
PARTY. Sun Volt 
;aptivates the 
students with their 
3dgy music. 



PRE-GAME. Will Wikle 
tailgates with the Tn Deltas 
before the game begins 





SPORTS FAN. Susan Mareno soaks up 
the sun as she watches the Majors play 
Rhodes 



HOMECOMING 7 




Moving-in is one day 

of chaos compared to a 

lifetime of friends. 



MOVE-IN DAY is hectic, but it's a lot of fun being 
able to meet the freshmen. Being an RA has been a 
great experience. I've really enjoyed helping the 
people out on campus. -Chad Washington 



MOVING IN AND the first few days at Millsaps 
were pretty hectic. Mainly I was just relieved that 
my roommate, Ann, did not turn out to be nearly 
as scary as she sounded during our first phone 
conversation. We ended up having so much fun 
this school year. -Kim Jones 




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HOME COOKING. 

Because of ram. 
Jennifer Honican and 
Molly Johnsey had to fix 
burgers in Bacot's lobby 
at the dornn cookout. 





Y2K READY. Barrett 
Ingram makes his 
Galloway room more 
like home by setting u 
his PC 




UM, UM GOOD. Dernck McNeal 
serves Adam Causey at the Meet the 
President reception. 




READY, SET, GO. Julian 
Dodd, Katie Hardy, and Amy 
Loy anticipate the hoola-hoop 
coming their way during the 
Freshmen Olympics 



PHONE HOME. Jason Stine spends a 
little of his spare time talking to his mom. 




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A LEADER'S DUTY. 

Ryan Bourgeois and Reagan 
Toledano assisted the 
incoming frestimen and 
carried boxes that were 
filled to capacity. 




FRIES WITH THAT? Eni<a 
Garavito and Shelley 
Harrigill keep Patrick 
Cooper on top of things at 
the Bacot cookout. 



1.50 CLEAN. 

ance Stoner washes 
s clothes in the 
ioodman laundry 
3om. 





RA DUTIES. Chris Randall informs Drew 
Ford about the terms of the Galloway 
housing contract. 



ONE STEP CLOSER. Aimee 
Boudreaux selects a new room 
for her sophomore year. 





FOLDING INTO A NEW LIFE. Amy 

Thames makes her bed for the first 
time in Bacot W37. 



DORM LIFE 9 



With bands, games and food, 

Major Madness kicks off 

spring at Millsaps! 




AT THE MAJOR Madness Talent Show, I walked out in 
my bare feet and played Imagine by the master songwriter 
John Lennon, one of my favorite artists. -Robert Caskey 




NEVER THOUGHT college students could have so 
much fun with blow up toys. You get to act like a kid 
againi The best part is when a professor starts playing, 
and you get to shoot them for that bad grade "they" 
gave you on that paper. -David Chambers 




TASTEY CRITTERS. Dernaux Gadlin 
savors the flavor of cajun crawfish under 
the shade of a tree. 





Lauren Houston 



MUD BUGS. 

Food was one of the 
highlights of IVlajor Madness. 
Despite the rain, Michael 
Bentley and Sarah McAfee 
were able to enjoy the 
traditional crawfish and corn 
in the Bowl, 



ACENTRIC. George S. Clinton and 
^ Parliament Funkadelic entertain an 
fhusiastic crowd on Friday night. 





BRRRRR. Katie Clegg 
serves snow cones at the 
Kappa Delta/Tri Delta 
booth benefitting a local 
chanty 



ALL WHIPPED UP. Wendy 
Lyons and Margaret Anzelmo 
have fun dunng the annual Chi 
Omega Pie Toss in the Bowl. 




FUNNY FACES. Gretchen Gifford and 
Laura Hillgartner anxiously wait to see 
their finished caricature. 



FLYING HIGH. 

Melanie Cook 
bounces down the 
giant inflatable slide. 




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MAJOR MADNESS 11 




COME ALL YE FAITHFUL 

Brandon Baxter, Travis Clay, 
Barrett Ingram, and Cole 
Chieek raise thieir voices in 
song at thie annual Advent 
Service of Lessons and 
Carols, one of the most 
beloved Millsaps traditions. 





BUST-A-MOVE. Brittany Levy dances 
the night away with one of the children 
who came to Santa Shoestring. The 
children went to all of the sorority 
houses to participate in various 
activities. 



ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS, 

Andrew Clark loads a bike that will 
surpnse a child whose name was on 
the Angel Tree. 





COTTON TALES. 

Bunny Shoestring 
was a campus wide 
activity that brought 
children to campus 
for an afternoon of 
fun. 



TRICK OR TREAT. Meg 

O'Beirne and Ashley Huff 
pass out Halloween candy 
to the children of faculty 
and staff. 




DEVOTION. EncaAdkins 
takes communion at the 
Maundy Thursday Service. 



Whatever the season, Millsaps 

always found a reason 

to celebrate. 





THE BETA BETA BETA holiday featured the 
notorious faculty band "Science Rocks." Connie 
Campbell, Dick Highfill, and I played parodies of popular 
holiday songs. We had quite a blast playing such 
favorites as "Grandma Got Run Over By a 
Reindeer"and "Christmas at Millsaps." 
-Dr. Mick Veum 



THE KD/KA EASTER Egg Hunt was a really 
great time. We hid about 200 eggs for all of the 
Millsaps faculty and staff. The highlight of the day 
was when Wade White dressed up as the Easter 
Bunny and played with the little kids. 
-Adam Lambert 





ERVICE WITH A SMILE. 

ie faculty and staff, including 
ndrea Pound and Anita 
umrall, served a late night 
eakfast dunng exams. 





LEAPING LIZARDS. 

Greer Proctor receives 
a lizard as a gift at the 
RA Chnstmas Party. 



SILENT NIGHT. Jeff Mitchell lights 
Katie Clegg's candle as the choir 
processes out into the Recital Hall to 
sing Silent Night at the close of the 
Advent Service 




GIVE THANKS. Vicki 
Myers and Caroline 
Ranck were in the 
Chapel Choir which 
performed at the 
Thanksgiving service 



CHRISTMAS CLASSICS. At Santa 
Shoestring, Daniel Redmond, Aimee 
Boudreaux, and Brady Raanes acted out 
How the Gnnch Stole Chnstmas. 




CELEBRATIONS 13 



The campus calendar is filled with 

events offering students ample 

ways to become involved. 




PETANQUE IS A game played throughout Europe, 
similar in some ways to horseshoes in the U.S. While I 
won the Petanque contest at the Francofete Celebration 
some high school kid gets the prize. ..quelle justice! 
-Kevin Richardson 



FOR EARTH DAY we tried to set up booths that would 
show people how to be environmentally friendly. One of 
these booths was the Vegetarian/Organic food booth. At 
first some people were a little hesitant to try this bizarre 
health food, but almost everone eventually found 
something that they really liked. -Katie Hardy 



festive 




WORLDLY FASHION. 

Michael Waters 
prepares to take the 
runway at the 
Multicultural Festival. 



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ARTIST IN ACTION. Star Ray 
paints a sign for the upcoming 
Earth Day Festival 



KNOCKOUT. Wi 

a punch dunng a 
Boxing. 



Jorden throws 
round of Bouncy 





MOOD MUSIC. Jim Goode adds an Irish 
touch by playing the bagpipes at the 
Multicultural Festival. 



GOLD MEDAL. 

Elizabeth Lutz and Liz 
Dubuisson celebrate 
their team's victory at 
the Freshman Olympics. 




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.IPPING BURGERS. At the 

ultiCultural Festival. Brian 
Brthiaume lends his culinary skills to 
ed participants. 



IRISH FOR A DAY. On St Patricks Day. 
Allyson Gregory and Edwin Roberts take a break 
in the plaza. The water in the new fountain had 
mystenously turned green during the night 



CAMPUS EVENTS 15 




Jonathan Kilgore 




RELAXING. 

Georgia Williamson, Brinda 
Rao. and Mondi Coody 
converse as they enjoy the 
spring sunshine in the Bowl. 
After lunch or on a nice 
afternoon, students 
congregated in the Bowl to 
study and relax. 




STUDIOUS. Andrea 
Gilbert reads quietly 
outside in the 
hallway of Bacot. 



MEETING PLACE. Billy Dubuisson 
and Starlight Ray take o break 
from a hectic day. 





BON APPETITE. Tore 
Clay learns to prepare 
Mediterranean chicken 
risotto during David 
Woodward's cooking 
class in the Kova House. 



FINE ARTS. Jane Buck 
communes with posters at 
the annual fall poster sale. 





PET THERAPY. DrewHutchir r 
pets a puppy outside of Murroh 
Hall. 



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Finding the perfect blend 
of learning and laughing 
was all in a day's work. 



I LOVE READING in the Bowl because it's a 
beautiful place to get some studying done, while at 
the same time enjoying the scenery. I was reading 
Snow Falling on Cedars for my IDS class. It's a 
good book about a courtroom tnal, and since my 
next stop after Millsaps is law school, I guess that's 
why I was so interested in the novel. 
-Byron Cooper 




THE LITTLE TRADITIONS of Millsaps football like 
the playing of the fight song after touchdowns, the SAE's 
with painted faces, and the Major coming to say "Hi" are 
great bonuses to going to football games. 
-Carrie Thune and Amy McClellan 




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^N AND MEAN. Brad Lokitz 
incentrates as he completes reps 
I the chest press. 





GOING 'BOWL'-ING. Kolie 
Wegner and Bishop Porter 
walk through the Bowl, 



SOLITUDE. 

Hannah Page 

takes advantage g 

of the beautiful 

weather. 





LAUGH IN. Anna 
Shelton and Coralie 
Parish share a hearty 
laugh 



ALL FOURS. ■. i( 111 Ngo, Jared Mott, 
and Jim Goode participate in the 
Multicultural Festival by waiting 
anxiously for a karate instructor to 
leap over them and break boards 
on the other side. 




AROUND CAMPUS 17 



Building additions, such as the 

HAC and Student Center, 

brought students together. 




I THINK THE HAC is gorgeousi Plus, it is right here 
on campus and free. It has a variety of machines and 
workout areas that appeal to every kind of exerciser, 
really enjoy the kickboxing classes. They enable you 
to get a great workout and work on self-defense. 
■Jennifer Wilson 



I HAD A TWO hour break before my 3:00 exam, so 
went up to Student Affairs for a free massage. While I 
was there, I also played with watercolors. It was a 
much needed break! -Emily Merriman 





SELF SERVE. Jonathan Vines 
and Elizabeth Bishara fix 
themselves tacos in the 
temporary cafeteria. 



BOREDOM BUSTERS. 

Leigh Brosuell works 
out on an elliptical 
runner in the HAC. 
Watching TV relieved 
exercise boredom. 





BREW HA HA. Joe Wang 
studies in the Kava House. 
Instead of driving to Cups 
for coffee, students 
dropped by the Kava 
House. 



YOU'VE GOT MAIL. Peter 
Nix checks his mailbox in 
the new post office. 





CHOW TIME. Margaret Anzelmo fixes 
a fresh salad in the renovated 
cafeteria, which now offers a grill, 
sandwich bar, and variety of other 
foods. 



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PUMPING IRON. 

Hoofar Tabari spots as his 
brother Hootan Tabari 
bench presses during a 
workout session. 



OWNTIME. Mando Cashman, 
yan Wilbur, Dell Smith, and 
eremy Litton enjoy the 
omfortable couches and big 

■!i ". I t! i-- k'.jva House. 




EXAM STRESS. 

Roman Rabourn 
takes a study 
break to relax in 
the stress free 
zone. 




LET'S GET PHYSICAL. 

Ricky Relan runs on one 
of the new treadmills in 
the HAC. 




CHECKMATE. Agnes Chzran and 
Sergey Dzugan match minds in a 
game of chess as Artem Moshnitskiy 
and Tora Clay look on. 



STROLLING. Jess Roberts 
and Drew Walker walk over 
the new commemorative 
brick and seal display in the 
Bowl. 




NEW BUILDINGS 19 



Students took time-out from 

studies and showed their 

stuff at intramurals. 




INTRAMURALS ARE A blast for everyone who 
competes, refs and coaches. People actually give it their 
all. For instance, the team I coached went above and 
beyond the call of duty. Sistahs With Game are the three- 
time defending intramural flag football champs, and they 
do what it takes to win. -Anthony Bullock 



I NEVER FULLY realized how much of a contact sport 
basketball was until we played the faculty. They must 
have A LOT of pent up aggression. -Christine Koenig 




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CONCENTRATION. 

Beau Roode takes 
batting practice before a 
game on the last Sunday 
afternoon of the year 





TIME-OUT. Officials T 
Francis and Eric Navarre 
watch the action during 
a game between the 
Tn Deltas and the 
faculty 



CATCHING THE ACTION. L 

Calhoun played second base 
Delta team 



ndsay 
for the Tri 



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CONTACT SPORT. Paul Stout races 
to the ball in hopes of beating Timmy 
Sheehan 





REACH FOR THE TOP. Chad 
Gardner and Jon Kelly go for a 
loose ball in the basketball 
championship game. 



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TAKING A CHANCE. 

Assisted by teammate Jeff 
Mitchieil, quarterback 
Reagan Toledano breaks 
out of ttie pocket and 
takes off running. 



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T'S NOT JUST A GUY SPORT. April 
>layden stands firm against one of 
he Sistahs with Game. 



JUMPING TO TASK. 

Nick Licata goes up for 
the spike 




GAME FACES. Nathan Russell and 
Ronnie Bourgeois turn flag-football into a 
hands-on battlefield 



DESPERATION. Jennifer 
Honican tnes to pry the 
basketball from Lane Douglass. 





PITCHING IN. 

Sally Williams peers 
in to the plate as she 
goes into her 
pitching motion 



INTRAMURALS 21 




Elizabeth Bale 




SERVING. Erin Powell offers 
her time and love serving 
lunch at Stevi/pot, one of 
many places where students 
got involved in volunteering. 



WE'VE GOT THE BEAT. The 

Rhythms dazzle the audience with 
their talent at the Delta Underground 

Talent Show The proceeds went to 
UMC CliiUi.-n •-, C, nicer Clinic 




SHARING. Jessica 
Perkins spends 
quality time with a 
child at Santa 
Shoestring. 





WATERMELON CRAWL. 

April Slayden and Daniel 
Gibbons prepare for a day 
of fun at the Lambda Chi 
Watermelon Bust 



DITCH DIGGERS. Joy Mitchell and 
Lindsay Calhoun spend a Saturday 
morning digging trenches at a 
Habitat for Humanity house 





WAITING TABLES. Peter 
Nix helps sen./e lunch at 
Stewpot dunng one of the 
Millsaps weeks in November. 



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HILDREN'S GAMES. Graham 
ally plays with the children at the 

il Omega house during Bunny 

oestring. 




Participation in community 

service enriched the lives of 

Millsaps students. 



I GIVE BLOOD because I know it's going to help 
somebody else. There is no pain involved when you may 
be saving others. Besides, the name of the blood mobile 
is so cute--the Blood VesseH -Sherry Smith 



SERVING THE SCHOOL and community is done in 
a variety of ways by students at Millsaps. One of most 
popular IS the Angel Tree project. This has become an 
annual tradition for Circle K, and it involves the entire 
campus. -Mandy Nicholas 




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FUN IN THE SUN. 

Rose Hurder and 
Valene Paasch 
volunteer at the Tn 
Delta and Kappa Delta 
snow cone booth 



SHOW ME THE 
MONEY. Matt 
Carroccio presses his 
luck at the KD/KA 
Casino Night, which 
benefitted the Muscular 
Dystrophy Association. 





COOKING AND CARING. 

Lizzie Vincent and Knsti 
Joyner serve food for children 
from Our House at the Circle 
K and GMT philanthropy 
Dinner and a Movie " 



THREES COMPANY. Charles 
Barnewold makes two new friends at the 
Santa Shoestnng events. 




COMMUNITY SERVICE 23 




Betsy Farr 



MISSIONS. 

Elizabeth Lutz, Liz LasoskI, 
Ashley Avalon, and Molly 
Jeffcoat joined others fron^i 
around Mississippi In Saltlllo, 
Mexico, over Spring Break 





ICE QUEENS. 

Elizabeth Lutz and 
Emily Daly test their 
ice skating skills at the 
Ice Pork. 



SHOWING OFF. The Mlllsaps 
football team traveled to 
Germany to ploy football. Ryan 
Bourgeois and Jared White take a 
break with Razorback player 
Highlander PIstner 



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GO FISH. Hayes 
Bryant. Wesley 
Lehman, and Matt 
Carroccio spend 
some time on the 
water. 



FAT TUESDAY. Kristy 
Jones and Angela 
Payne take a break 
from the Mordl Gras 
parades tn Boton 
Rouge 





COSTA RICA. Brandl Walker and Lica 
Gamble wait for instructions before 
wandering off to find a quiet place 
to study. 



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;UARDING. Christy Jones, 
Catherine Smith, and Caroline 
ancl< pose with a Czech 
oldier at Prague Castle. 




Planes, trains and automobiles 

were favorite ways for students 

to break from daily routines. 




THE ROPES COURSE was a great bonding 
expenence for the RA's. The purpose of the activity was 
to build trust and learn to communicate with each other. 
-Erika Garavito 



DRIVING OURSELVES THROUGH southern 
Ireland was the best way to expenence the country 
with the limited amount of time we had for Spnng 
Break. From standing on the Cliffs of Moher to 
walking down the busy streets of Dublin, we had an 
amazing week. -Tracy Giiianders 





ROAD TRIP. After a long week on 
the Chamber Singers tour to 
Washington, DC, Lica Gamble, 
Betsy Farrell, and Dr. Coker still 
manage a smile. 



CAMPAIGN ACTION. Presidential 
candidate George W, Bush 
pauses for a photograph with 
Julie Skipper at the Republican 
rally in Brandon. 



OFF CAMPUS 25 



Robert Gatlin 




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Mandy Nicholas. Damien Ducote 



Kaiser Harriss, Georgianna Martin 



O Liz Smith 



ITS great when you run into 
people you have not seen in 
forever, and you wind up be- 
ing late for class because 
you stopped to chat for a 
while. 

Kelly Walsh 






Manda Cashman 



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Dee Wise 



Terri Camp 



Hillary Pesson 



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Grady Flattmann 




Ryan Busekist 




Samantha McKinnis, Justin 
Halliweil 



Meg O Beime, Brendan Quigley 




Kelly Eaton, Ann Long 



faces & places out & about 



STUDENT LIFE ALBUM 27 






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Derrick McNeal. 
Brandi Walker 





Terrance Alexander 



Lindsay Whitfield. Amy Clifton 




ctivities 



• LOUIS WILSON FUND MANAGERS 

travelled to New York to tour the Stock 
Exchange and visit with successful 
Millsaps alumni. 

• MAJOR PRODUCTIONS offered a 
variety of shows for everyone to enjoy, 
including a hypnotist, comedian Lynn 
Koplitz, and Sixth Seiise and The Matrix at 
Outdoor Movie Night. 

• E.A.R.T.H. worked hard to encourage 
students to respect the environment, and 
they started a campus-wide paper 
recycling program. 

• THE GOSPEL CHOIR was signed by 
Jubilee Recording under the name 
"Terrance Alexander and the Divine 
Revelation." 



section editor: brool<s brower 



Being part of the 
Art department 
has enabled me 
to express my 
creative side, A 
minor in studio 
art will be helpful 
to me in my 
future career in 
marketing and 
advertising. 
Nicole Sylvester 



Assistants : Kristi Joyner, Lindsey May 



ACTIVITIES 29 



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Campus 
Contacts 



Rising Stars 

Under the guidance of director 

Terrance Alexander, 
the Millsaps Gospel 
Choir accomplished 
several feats this year. 
The choir was selected 
to perform on the 
Eddie Miles Tri-State 
Syndicated Gospel 




Lucky Winner. Ms. Denise 
Gonsai\L's ot dming services 
won a 19" television in a rattle 
sponsored by BSA- 



Television Show and 
sang in churches 
across the state. They 
also signed a contract 
to record with Jubilee Records. 



Strong Leaders 

Serving as officers of the SBA were Sam 
King as President, Kate Pearce as 1st Vice 
President, Vaughan Jinks as Secretary, 
Chad Washington as Treasurer, and Laura 
Ferry as 2nd Vice President. 

Serving the Campus 

"I feel honored to serve as president 
during such an exciting time in Millsaps' 
history. The level of student enthusiasm 
is high due to the changes taking place, 
from the new facilities and renewal of old 
rivalries to changes in administration." 

Sam King 



Viewpoint 

"Recording is an 
interesting experience. 
We got to see how the 
CD was produced. It 
feels good to be a 
recording artist." 

Walter Zinn 





MAJOR PRODUCTIONS, tfront) Cindy Strine. Tracie Houston. Allison Harris. Andrew 
Robertson. («»(/(//(•) Catherine Hall. Courtney Austin. Katie Hardy, Beth West, (borf) Marty 
Seib, Ryan Gaylord. Dell Smith. Brendan Quigley. 



BSA. (from) Sherryl Wilburn, Alayna Allen. Angela Beeks. Andrea Lucas. Marcus Dudle\ 
(;»/(/(//(' I Bobby Thonip.son. Josh Johnson. Germaine Delay. Natalie Collier, (faac A) Jahrees 
Jones. Will Jordan. James Graves. Taryn Stewart, Reggie Young, [not pictured) Cryst. 
Berry. Lindsay Meyer, Stephanie Burks. Tora Clay. Tom Murphy. Walter Zinn. Derriau 
Gadlin. Bria Griffith. 



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GOSPEL CHOIR. ifnuil) 
Natalie Collier. Mia Rhymes, 
Alayna Allen. Angela Beek.s. Bria 
Cirit'fith, Marcus Dudley. Andrea 
Lucas, Samara Tillman. Stephanie 
Burks. Trivarshia Smith, ibiuk) 
Anlhciny Bullock, Tora Clay, 
Germaine Delay. Thomas Adams. 
Kevin Mayes, Dharius Daniels. 
Tom Murphy. Walter Zinn. 



fingers. Ryan Vinceni 
iiKL'ssiiins ilurnii: tlic 
lure of Tlw 
r Mann 
I Productions, 





Major 
Productions 

• Inflatable games 

• Slam poet Steve 
Coleman 

• Rock n' Roll historian 
Barry Drake 

• Mentalist Craig 
Karges 

• Outdoor movie nights 



Going away gift. Da\ id 

Sneed, who «as lea\ ing his 
position as Dean of Students 
after nine years, is presented with 
a pair of Justin boots by the SB A. 




NATE, (front} Catherine Hall, Derrick McNeal, Adam Patterson, Leah Sams, Graham 
lly, Kelly Malpass, Andrew Clark, Leslie Davis, Shelly Goswami, (middle) Ryan 
ylord, Jessica Dill, Crissy Paxton, Jeff Mitchell, David Umsted, Jess Roberts, Wade 
lite. Adam Grimmett. Will Darsey. Murray Pace, (/xici.) Cody O'Kelly. Susan Mareno. 
chel Cook. Kelly Walsh. Bionwen Houston. Kim Parker, Rachel Thompson. Allyson 
;gory. Caria Corban. Ryan Vincent. Molly Jeffcoat. 



SBA COMMITTEE CHAIRS, ijrout) Shelly Goswami. Ryan Vincent, Jeff Mitchell, Leah 
Sams, Cody O' Kelly, I back ) Kelly Walsh, Wade White, Jess Roberts, Adam Patterson, Susan 
Mareno. 



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PERSPECTIVES STEERING COMMITTEE, tfnuil) Derrick McNcal. Lena 
Palmer, Adele Dauphin, ihiuk) R\an \ ineenl. Eriea France. Will Wikle, 




LEAD TE.WI. {troiiD Laura Ferry. Emily Olivier. Ani\ Bra/da. Erica France. Mary 
CatherLne Shull. Beth West. (hiR Al Stan Magee. Lane Dougla.ss. Jill Caruthers. Andrea 
Miller Pound. Dean David Sneed. Brooks Brovver. Julie Lassalle. Hannah NLishburn. 
(not pictured) Liz Lasoski. Brandon Guidry. 




PERSPECTHES LEADERS Uroiii) Cindy Strine. .MurrLiv Pace. Mary Frances 
Prejean. Aalia Anwar. Lena Palmer. Kelly Walsh. Jerniaine Ivy. Lori Stuntz. Vaughan 
Jinks, (middle) Bradley Bennett. Meg O'Beime. Will Wikle. John Suggs. Courtney 
Valentine. Brooks Brovver. Erin Keller, Steven Scott, (/wc A ) Gary Pierce, Michael Wade. 
Angela Hobgood. Prasad Vasanisetti, Rebecca Abbott. Cliff Thompson. Reagan 
Toledano. 




PERSPECTIVES LEADERS, ijnmt) Adam Patterson. Jeffrev Douglas. Wade White. 
Maria Anzola. Sumon Bhovv mick. Jessica Perkins. Katie McGaw. Brandi Walker. Ellen 
Trappey. Kristi Joyner. [middle) Kate Pearee. Jeff Mitchell, Jess Roberts. Chnstopher 
Hedglin. Erica France, Sarah Dees, Stephanie Burks, Michelle Gueringer, I fooc/t ) Mandi 
Wallis, Robbie Morrison, Ryan Vincent, Michael Waters, Brad Lokitz, Lindsey 
Blackstock, Jared White, Derrick McNeal. Ryan Bourgeois. 




LEAD Events 

• LEAD Summit 

• Project LEAD 

• Emerging LEADers 

• LEAD Retreat 

• ODK/LEAD Workshop 

Which way? Shelley 
Hamgill. Steffenie Tomlin. and 
Brendan Quigley present a skit 
on the Law of Navigation during 
the Spring LEAD Summit. 




A C T I V I T I 



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Leading 
Others 



Irrefutable Laws 

LEAD used The 21 Irrefutable Laws of 
Leadership by John C. Maxwell as a 

basis for many of 
its programs. 
During the Spring 
Summit, students 
created skits to 
explain leadership 
laws from the 
book. Ryan 
Gaylord and Laura 
Lane, pictured at left, present their 
interpretation of the Law of E. F. 
Hutton. 




Congratulations. Brandon Guidry 
paints a sign listing the Perspective 
Leaders for 2000. The sign was hung 
in the new Student Center for all to see 



Perspectives Students 

The Perspectives Program, led by the 
Steering Committee, coordinated 
weekly meetings to make the transition 
from high school to college a little 
easier for the freshman students. 

Day of LEADership 

Project LEAD, a task force within LEAD 
directed by Amy Brazda, coordinated a 
leadership day which brought high 
school juniors and seniors from the 
surrounding Jackson area to participate 
in leadership workshops and seminars 
on April 17. 






Perspectives Packets. 

Kristi Jo> ner and Lena Palmer 
organize the freshman orientation 
shedules on move-in day. 



Viewpoint 

"I was surprised and 
excited that I was invited 
on the LEAD Retreat. It 
was a great learning 
experience and relaxing 
weekend. The retreat 
taught me a lot about 
leadership and myself. 
No two leaders are 
I iwi utrui-i-r ,, , u i, m i u i i i , exactlv alike. We have 

l,K.\l) KKIKK.XI ilnnii) Hannah Mashhurn, Jason Lcc. Jylm ■' 

.Arnold. (/»/i/<//.)Colleen Pagan. EricaFrance.SumonBhowmick. Amy different characteristics 

Bra/da. Li/ Lasoski. (back) Dean David Sneed. Lane Douglass. Beth gnd personalities that 
West, Brooks Brower. Brandon Guidry, Stan Magee. , i j •■ 

■' ^ create unique leaders. 

Beth West 



LEADERS 33 



A C T I V I T I 



Star 
Students 



Deserved honor. 

Bradle\ Bennett announce 
the renaming of the ODK 
Leadership Award tor Dr. 
Charles Sallis. 



Most Distinguished 

The student body named Bradley 
Bennett and Catherine Hall as Most 
Distinguished Man and Woman of the 
Year. 

Man of the Year 

Bradley Bennett served as 
president of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon Fraternity and 
president of Beta Alpha Psi. 
He also was voted Greek 
Man of the Year and 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Leader of the Year. Bradlev 




was a member of the Honor Council, 
Sigma Lambda, and Order of Omega. 

Woman of the Year 

Catherine Hall was Executive Co-chair 

of Major Productions 

and planned a number 

of entertainment 

activities for the entire 

campus. She was a 

member of Omicron 

Delta Kappa, an SBA 

Senator, a member of 

Beta Gamma Sigma and Kappa Delta 

Sorority, where she held several offices. 




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ADULT STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS. ALPHA SIGMA LAMBDA, ifroni) Janet Langley. Mary Lanibdin, Fabulous Freshmen. Jim Lioode and Kmi 
Buddy Givens, Mary Lambdin. Janet Langley, Dr. Jane Hogue. (hack) Paula Jackson. Buddy Givens. Parker were named Freshman Man and Woman of 

Harrylyn Sallis. " ' the Year by Dr. Charles Sallis of ODK. 



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JllDK'lM.l'OliNt'll. I //..HO Justin Aniiikl, Cindy SlniK'.^'.ishKiC'drmick.lVylcm 
Havs, mil, 1,11, '\ I iiulscy HhickMiick. L..n Slum/. Melissa TlKirnlon. (hack) Dr B.ih 
.Shi\L-. ill I)l-I (ianii. Waller Zinn. iiml i>i, liii,',l) Michael Waters 




ADILTSU I)h NT ASSOCIATION Ifi ml \mmdiLiR ^helle. Buddy Givens, 
Mary l.amhdin. Jane Hogue Jennifer Leist Kalhy Whitehead Dr. Harrylyn Sallls, 
/iiiiililli'j Dr. Paula Garrett. John S. Bradv\ay. Paul S. Hanev. Dorolhs .Shannon. Nieole 
Neidjinger. Janet Langley. thuck) Vanessa Siegal. Janes E. Rivers. Stephanie Adams. 
Paul Acheson. Mary Heard. 




ODK. i/iviii) Sandi Pullen. Amy Bra/da. Kelly Suddulh. Lindsay Akers, Melanie 
Schrader, Catherine Hail, Andrea Klevan, Elizabeth Rogers, Peyton Hays, Orealhia 
Smith, i2iul ;-(<n I Laura Ferry, Drew Walker. Meg O'Beirne. April Slayden. Uvon 
Tucker. Collin Glidevvell, Courtney Valentine, Patrick Cooper, Janet Langley, iback) 
HarryUn Sallis, Dr. Charles Sallis, Bradley Bennett, Kathleen Cumhest, Brian 
Berthiaume. Cord Campbell. Chad Washington, Dr Jeanne Middleton, Betsy Farrell, 
Amy Clitton. Allison Harris. Dr. Nola Gibson. 




PHI BETA KAPPA. Ifniii/) Melanie Schrader, Elizabeth Burke, Joy MetcalL Amy 
Clifton, Emily Martin, Lena Palmer, Martha Ostenrude, r^Hi/nni) Jaime Miles, Sarah 
Casey, Leigh Biasuell, Mary Clay Wadlington. Joy Wallace, Creighton Chandler, (3nl 
row) William N. Givens, Alton Farris, Brett Carter, Todd Nichols. Rebecca Abbott, 
Kathleen Cumbest,f/'«(/t) Dr. Elise Smith. Dr. Judith Page, Amanda G'Kelly, Dr. Eric 
Griffin. Dr, George Harmon. Dr. Austin Wilson. Dr F.d Schrader. 



HO NOR ARIES 35 



A C T I V I T I 



WbRSHIP 

Service 



Catholic Inspiration 

Catholic Campus Ministry iield weekly 
mass on campus. The CCM played 
regularly with the children at Our 
House, an area shelter for runaway and 
abused teens. They sang to the 
residents of the Alzheimer's unit of St. 
Catherine's Village. They also provided 
a mission opportunity to Saltillo, 
Mexico. "Our mission trip to Mexico 
was truly the most humbling 
experience ever. Many of the people of 
Saltillo have so very little, according to 
our standards. But what they lack in 
material possessions, they more than 



compensate for in their deep 
spirituality and their rich zest for life. 
And that is something for which we all 
left Mexico revering them and perhaps 
even envying them a little bit," said 
Molly Jeffcoat. 

Campus Worship 

The Campus Ministry Team sponsored 
the Midtown Project and monthly 
sevices in the Fitzhugh Chapel. At 
right, Carolina Whitefield-Smith assists 
Jonathan Kilgore, director of the 
Chapel Choir, as he plays during the 
Thanksgiving Service. 




Viewpoint 

"BSU has allowed 
students to participate in 
summer missions and 
has provided a great 
opportunity for small 
group Bible study," 

Maudi Wallis 




Joyful music. During one of the weekly 
Miind:i> nighl BSU meetings, Mandi Wallis help 
in le.Lciing the group in praise and worship- 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION, ij'ront) Courtney Austin, Rachelle White. Guitta 
Chaiban. Katie Atkins. Shelly Byrd,{back) Scott Little, Neecy Little, Joe Lambert. Shelley 
Hamsill. Mandi Wallis 



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Special Events 

Wesley Fellowship 
sponsored: 

• Weekly meetings 

• Program on cults in 
America 

• Disciple Bible Study 

• Speakers: Albert 
Mosley and Bill 
Barksdale 

• Passover Seder 

• New York Seminar 



Rememberance. Shelly Goswanii lights 
idles diiriii!: the CMT Thankseivina Service. 




CATHOLR' RETRKAT IKAM m.^in Richie Caldwell. Jill Caruthcrs. Idi/ahelh 
Lutz. Colette Rabai. Jane Buck, ihack) Elaine Reyes, Katie Hardy, Georgian na Martin. 
Robert Caskev, Sister Sharon Glunib, Allison Harris, Nikki Ivancic, 




FKI, LOW SHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES Ifroiin \Va\ne Broun. Leslie 
Smith S ir.ih Wernt/. DeNariiis Thomas. Byron Blackwell. tlhuk] Coach Jelf Reitz. 
Thomas Adams. Jason Moss. Malt ^^lesias. Re>:>iie ^■oun!;. Anthon\ Bullock. 




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CAMPIS MINISTRY TEAM i//7.»n Angela Payne. Allison Hams. Don 
Fortcnherry. [iiiuhllcl Sarah Fontenelle. Meg O'Beirne, Wendy Lyons. Kathleen 
Cumbest, Betsy Farrell, Charley Scales, ilxuk) Jill Caruthers, Kaiser Harriss, Jeff 
Mitchell, Kristy Jones. Annah Marshall, {iiol pictured) Kelli Crossland. Amelia 
Killcreas, Julie Skipper, Susan Mareno, Jonathan Kilgore. Drew Walker. Rebecca 
Abbott Justm Arnold Tracie Houston, Anna Alderman, Isaiah Hoggatt, Molly 
Jettcoit Vicki M\ers Aindx Thornton Brad Lokitz, DeAnna Lucas, Anna Cateshy 
McGehee He ithei Sulli\ in Allison Harris. Caroline Ranck. Krist\ Jones. Julie 
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Jeanne Martin, Jane Buck, Amy Janovsky, Jessica Malpass. Ryan Brumby, Ryan 
Vincent, Sister Sharon Glumb, (middle) Nikki Ivancic, Liz Dubisson, Elizabeth Lutz, 
LeAnna Chambers, Laura Hastings, Ellen Trappey, (tflf A) Robert Caskey, Georgianna 
Martin, Ned Jabour. Susan Mareno, Allison Harris. Brandon Guidry. [not pictured) 
Shelley Goswami, Amanda Hancock, Graham Holly. 

WORSHIP 37 



A C T I V I T I 



Outside 
Interests 




Habitat Helps 

Habitat for Humanity's membership 
grew as did the organization's enthusiasm 
in giving back to the Jackson community. 
"We had a successful year participating 
in the building of three houses. I look 
forward to Habitat for Humanity's 
continued fundraising, building homes, 
and educating the community through 
our service efforts," said Brian 
Berthiaume, president of Habitat. 

Campus Link 

Sarah Fontenelle, Andrea Klevan, and 
Meg O'Beirne helped coordinate the 



Campus Link program which tutored at 
French Elementary and the Bethlehem 
Center. These three received the Lewis 
and Reiff Award for their service and 
leadership. 

Relaxing 

Jeremy Motts and Talisha Moore, at 
right, participate at Passages, Poetry, 
and Pastries. This meeting focused on 
Tai Chi as a spiritual experience. 
Passages, Poetry, and Pastries was an 
opportunity for students, faculty, and 
staff to gather and share their common 
interests in the literar\' arts. 




Being Counted. Allison 
Hams and Julie Strickland fulfill 
their civic duties hy completing 
their census L|uesti(innaires. 



All Rise. Sarah Davis and 
Mackey Sugar stand for 
recognition in receiving an award 
at ODK Awards Dav. 



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Circle K Stats 

• Damien Ducote was 
elected Lieutenant 
Governor at the group's 
Delta Central District 
regional conference in 
Thibodeaux, LA. 

• Circle K raised money 
for curing iodine 
deficiency disorder and 
sponsored children 
from Our House. 



Running Circles. Mancl) 
Nicholas. Daniicn Ducote. 
Rachel Spear, and Beau 
Brouillette attended the rejiional 
conference for Circle K. 




CIRCLE K. {firini) Kristi Joyner. Binh Nguyen. Rachel Spear, (hack) Peyton Hays. 
Melissa Holley. Mandy Nicholas, (back) Beau Brouillette. Aleksey Mashnitskiy. Patrick 
Cooper. 




CAMPUS LINK (AMERICORPSi tjr.'iii) luliau I )odd. Annah Marshall. Sarah 
Fontenelle. Paula lackson. think) Don Fortenbcrrv. Mcii O'Beirne. Andrea Klevan. 




SI(,M\L\MHDA.(ym;iOEricaFrance R\an Brumby kellvMalpass Molh Jettcoat 
RicholSpcai I cna Palmer. (/i((i; A) April Sla\ den Kathleen Cunibest Cord Campbell 
Sam kmsi. Lama FeiTV. Susan Mareno. 




HABIT AT FOR Hl'\UNIT\ (//»«?) Colleen Fa^jan Ned labour RichelBill Brian 
Btrthuumc tiiiuUlU ) Debbie Abuso Renae Da\is Lindse\ Blickstock Pitrick 
Anderson, Unickj Collm Cdidewell. Vicki Myers, Esther Elliott, Tanya Pennington, 
Kenneth Gnswold, (mil puluml) Uvon Tucker, Kelli Crossland, Melanie Haley. 



INTERESTS 39 



SIGMA TAU DELTA (front) 
Mary Clay Wadlington. Amy 
Clifton. Leigh Braswell, (back) 
Julie Skipper. Eric Griffin. Austin 
Wilson. 



ENGLISH CLUB. Amanda 
Ringer. Leigh Brasuell. Amy 
Clifton, and Julie Skipper donated 
books to the students of Pearl 
Upper Elementary HOSTS 
Program as part of an Engli.sh Cluh 
Christmas service project. 





UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION, ifmnl) Kelly Walsh. Clare Gillette. Tom Rundell. 
Mary Barber, (back) Michael Bentley. Jaesa McLin. Sara Haque, Erica France. 



PHI ETA SIGMA, (front) Kim Parker. Amber Hudson. Rebecca Easley. Brooke Ingr; 
l2nd / on ) Katie McGaw. Liz Smith. Emily Rivers. Katie Hardy. Amanda Coody. (j/;/ / 
Lindsey May. Rose Hurder. Valarie Paasch. Ellen Trappey, (4ih row) Lauren Dunag 
Heather Isbell. Jenifer Bonds. Rachel Spear.Brad Lokitz. (back) Major Norman. Ju 
Arnold. Ned Jabour. 



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Quick point 

Jason Hicks, shown at 
eft playing in the Major 
Vladness Quake 
rournament. won the 
l^omputer Science 
Dept 's programming 
:ompetition on Sept 19 



A C T I V I T I 




Objective 
Learning 



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Ford Fellows 

The Ford Fellows program paired 
faculty mentors vvithi students vvfio 
lielped teacfi Millsaps courses the 
following year: Dr. Paula Garrett/Jamie 
Dickson: Dr. Eric 
Griffin/Lauren Garrett: 
Dr. Stephen Black/ 
Becky Hable: Dr. Iren 
Omo-Bare/Ashley 
Leinweber: Dr. James 
Harris/Shea Maddox; 
Dr. George Bey/Anna 
Catesby McGehee: Dr. Austin Wilson/ 
Sam McKinnis: Dr. Leanora Olivia/ 



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Work or Play? Kcmii 
McMahon works on a statistics 
paper based on suieide rates, 
while he sinniltaneoiish checks 
out the schedule lor Memphis ii 
Mav, 



Seth Misenar: Dr. Connie Campbell/ 
Mandy Nicholas: Dr. Tim Ward/Colette 
Rabai: Dr. Eugene Cain/ Jess Roberts: 
Dr. Allen Bishop/Charley Scales. 

Math Power 

Josh Hanes and Dr. 
Darren Wick went to the 
annual Louisiana/ 
Mississippi Section of 
Mathematical .Association of America 
and presented a paper titled, "The 
number of admissible sequences for the 
indecomposable quasi-hereditary serial 
rings with a simple projective module." 





VIATH CLUB. (^TO/!/) Lindsey Blackstock, Lori Stuntz. Kelly Malpass. JoAnna Barnett. COLLEGE REPUBLICANS. (/n«i/) Julie Skipper. Laura Lane, Claire Morgan, {backs 

hllc) Susan Lacouture, Chad Miller. Joshua Hanes, Amanda Nicholas, ^back) Chad Kim Parker, Jim Goode. Jeff Mitchell. Ned Jabour. 
Washington. Darren Wick, Rachel Spear. 



ACADEMICS 41 



ACTIVITIES 



Perfect 
Formula 





Science Rocks! 

Dr. Dick Highfill and Dr. Connie 

Campbell take a break 
from lecturing to 
entertain during the 
Beta Beta Beta 
Christmas Party in the 
Olin Lounge. Members 
of Tri-Beta got a glimpse of the lighter 
side of academics while they stuffed 
stockings for the Salvation Army. 

Goldwater Scholar 

Angela Payne, a Junior biology major 
from Baton Rouge, was one of 309 




students chosen nationwide to be awarded 
the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. 
Recipients of this prestigious award 
were college students who excelled in 
science, math, or engineering. 

USA Today 

Melanie Schrader was awarded honor- 
able mention in the USA Today 2000 
College Academic Team. Schrader was 
a senior biology major and maintained 
a 4.0 GPA throughout her college 
career, which earned her the Founders 
Medal given to the graduate with the 
highest cumulative average. 





Viewpoint 

"The all nighters In Olin 
and the great friendships 
I have formed through 
the four years within the 
department have given 
me many memories." 

Jiilic Wang 




Gross Anatomy. AiriKc 

imtirc.iux .iikI Sarah Tttdti 
analy/e a Irog tvt prepare lor their 
final Zoology lah praetical 



Working Together. Ellen 
Trappev antl Aliee Nenieeek 
eollaborate in Cheniislrv in 
Soeietv. 



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Histo slides. JcMini.' M.irlin 
and Julio Wang anaK/c sIkIcs < 
the respiralciry system lor Di- 
McKeown's Histoids: 




Research 

• Dr. Sarah McGuire. a 
biology professor 
received a grant of 
$100,000 for a three 
year research on 
suppressor mutations 
of a fungus. 

• Brett Carter and 
Peyton Hays received 
national recognition 
based on their research 
in conjunction with Dr. 
McGuire. 



Exploring Options. Peyton 
Hays. Bretl Carter, and Dr. 
McGuire review their researeh. 




STUDENT AFFILIATKSOFTHE AMERICAN CHEMlCALSOCIETY(/m/») 

Starlight Ray. Brad Farns, Sergey D/ugan. Colette Rabai. (hiuk) Zao Wang. Nikki 
Ivancic. Bobby Thompson. Leigh Smith 




\l,PH.\Kl'SII,()N DELTA f/)-,.;i/i Kathleen Cumbesi. ColleciK .lahani 
Brandt Hinton, Amanda Coody, Nikki Ivaneic, (hmk) Megan Bell. Pmles 
Nevins, Sergey Dzugan. Brad Farris. Crystal Berry. Angela Beeks. 



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BETA BETA BETA. IJnml) Courtney Valentine. Angela Payne, Melanie Sehrader. 
Kathleen Cunibest, Alisha Stockton. Starlight Ray, Kim Parker. Brinda Rao. (;m</<//c) 
Brett Carter, Matthew Greig. Ned Jabour. Jim Goode. Sergey Dzugan. Brad Farris. I hack i 
Dr. Debora Mann, Jeff Douglas. Robbie Morrison. Amy Brazda, Julie Wang, Jane Buck 





Quality Time. Taylor 
Scliw.ilenhci-g and Marm Daw so 
stikK 111! an Histology lab test. 

Protective Gear. Liz 

Lasoski participates during 
organic chemistrv lab. 



ACADEMICS 43 



A C T I V I T I 



Down to 
Business 



The Big Apple 

In January, the Louis Wilson Fund 
student managers and Dr. Walter Neely 
went to New York City where they 

visited Miiisaps 
graduates 
working in the 
finance field. 
The group 
toured the New 
York Stock 
Exchange on 
Wall Street and top financial 
institutions, such as Lehman Brothers 
and Solomon-Smith Barnev. 




New York, NY. Hugh Hyalt, Paul 
Welch. John Adams. Elizabeth Rogers, lill 
Caruthers, and Jason Hall visit the United 
Nations building in New York. 




Job Hunting 

Catherine O'Carrol talks, at right, with 
a representative from MCI Woridcom 
during the Job Fair sponsored by the 
Career Center on February 10. 

Awards Banquet 

The new members of Beta Gamma 
Sigma were recognized at an awards 
banquet in the Leggett Special Events 
Center on April 20. Steve Rogers, CEO 
of Parkway Properties, was the guest 
speaker. The internationally recognized 
organization honored top students in 
accredited schools of business. 



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"I learned so much on 
the New York trip. It 
was interesting to see a 
completely new side of 
the financial world." 

Jill Caruthers 






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FMA NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY, (//v./in John Ad.ims. Brooks 
Brown. John Russell, (iiuckllel James Song. Billy Wdliams. Ryan Hag- 
gard, (hcick) Cord Campbell. David Moulder. 



BETA CAMMA SIGMA. l/;v.;i/l Dean Richard Smith. Alan Smith. Dr. 
Diane Baker. Elaine Reyes. Catherine Hall. Dr. Penelope Prenshaw . Eric 
Napier. Steve Rogers. CEO. Parkway Properties (Hi/iMi' ) Dr. Bill Brister. 
Dr. Kim Burke. Fran Stallings, Brandi Hinton, DeAnna Lucas. Meg 
O'Beirne. Elizabeth Rogers. Emily Olivier. Dr. Pat Taylor. Dean Randy 
Bo\x. Dr. Ajay Aggarwal. Joseph May. Dr. Susan Taylor, {buck] Dr. 
William Lamb. Billy Williams. Richard Brown. Charles Addinglon. Dr, 
Ray Gruhhs. Bradley Bennett. Thomas Shelton. Dr. Andy Felo. 



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Louis Wilson 
Portfolio 

Top stocks in the Fund 
managed by students: 

• AOL 

• American Home 
Products 

• Dell 

• Claire's Stores, Inc. 

• Ethan Allen 



Class time. Dell .Smith, .l,T, 
Ne\\ni:in, and Megan Bell 
participate in class m Miirrah 
Hall. 




F.M.\. (.//(';//) Li ic McDonald, Brooks Brow n. Clii\ ers WoodrulT. R) an Haggard. John 
Russell, {middle) John Adams, Billy Williams. Greg Smith, Blaine Riley, Dr. Walter 
Neely, [hack) Cory Collins, James Song, Paul Welch, David Moulder, Cord Campbell. 




BETA ALPHA PSI. {trim!) Bradle> Bennett. Ryan Brumby, Lindsey .May, l-.lame 
Reyes, Lee Valentine, LeAnna Chambers, [hack) Dr. Sanford Warren, Leah Sams, Paula 
Jackson, Erika Gara\ ito, Phillip Smith. Dr. Andy Felo. 




LOUIS WILSON FUND MANAGERS, ifnml) Eric McDonald, Brooks Brown, 
Chivers Woodruff, Ryan Haggard. John Russell, Blaine Riley, (2nd row) YM Caruthers, 
Billy Williams, Greg Smith, Hayes Bryant, Daniel Gibbons, (.i;i/mu) John Adams, Cory 
Collins. Paul Welch. David Moulder" Cord Campbell. i/xkAi Dr. Walter Neelv. James 
Son" 




AMERICAN PRODUCTION & INVENTORY CONTRt)L St)CIETY (APICS) 

ttnmt) Damien Ducote. Lee Valentine, Kristen Babnia. Bria Griffith. Emily Olivier. 
Cody O' Kelly. Josh Johnson. Rusti Maddox. t2ihl nnv) Melissa Holley, Erika Garavito, 
Leah Sams, Katherine Markham, Corbin Womac. Hervvig DeBeukelaer, Travis Ezelle. 
i3id niK) Tim Tench, Leslie Manuel, Shannon Pryor, Bolton Flautt, Adam Patterson, 
Jonathan Gay, {4tk riiw) Blake Huggard, Blaine Riley. Kenny Andrews, Anna Nelson, 
Ashton James. David Estes. Zeph Hardy. {5th row) Davis Powell. Patrick Anderson, 
Taylor Rohrberger, Scott Edwards, Cary Pierce, Kristi Joyner, {6ih row) Matt Dowd, 
Phillip Dubose, Aaron Ladner. Dr. AjayAggarwal. Ryan Bourgeois. (fc<7fi)NLitt Russell. 
Amy McClellan. Riley King. Cameron Bell, Darsit Patel, Phillip Smith, Randy Bow. 



BUSINESS 45 



WHO'S WHtKH AiyLt wni 



French Club 

• met weekly for French 
conversation during 
Pause-Cafe 

• organized Francofete, 
a celebration of French 
throughout the world 



Lab work. AndrcLi Ciicen 
her Spanish lab reqiitrnient- 




Preparation. Br\an U'Lear'i 
studies the sub|iincti\e case for 
his Spanish 21 10 c 




FRENCH CLUB. Ijniin) Sarah Lloyd, Dr. Pri.scilla Fermon. Dr. Claiidme Chadeyras. ETA SIGMA PHL (./roiiO Mark Salvaggio, Dr. Catherine Freis, Rob Ogden, [middle) n 
(buck) Donieale Denson. Pascal Biron. Benjamin Witt. Judith Krabbe. Kelly Walsh, Molly Jeffcoat, Ellen Schoolar, (back) Dr. Michael Gleaso 

Kory Warr, Seth Misenar. Vicki Myers. Lauren Garrett, Justin Halliwell, Chuck Rumble 

Jason Reddoch. 



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Vie^vpoint 

My German Studies 
j\/\\\ help with my future 
Dusiness relations." 

Marcus Midas 



Classic Honor. During 
Spring Tjp Day. Molly Jcltcoat 
,ets lapped into Eta Sigma Phi 
ly Paul Thompson, 



T I V I T I 



Global 
Culture 



La Tertulia 

Students met weekly in the cafeteria 
for Spanish conversation led by Shelley 
Harrigill, president of the Spanish 
Club. To add a little flavor to the 
conversation, monthly dinners were 
held at various restaurants around 
town where students conversed with 
native Spanish speakers from the 
.lackson area. 

French Heritage 

The French Club assisted Mrs. Gail 
Buzhardt in making visuals and 
posters for a presentation on the 
"French Heritage in the South." Mrs. 
Buzhardt's lecture was sponsored by 



the French Club and the Alliance 
Francaise. It was 
presented March 16 on 
campus. 

Kaffestunde 

Each week, Dr. .loan 

Cotter prepared 

German cuisine and 

coffee for anybody who 

wanted to join the 

conversation group. Dr. 

Cotter's only condition 

was that no English 

could be spoken. In November, the 

German Club celebrated the ten year 

anniversan' of the fall of the Berlin Wa 




Concentrating. John Suggs 
uses the computers in the 
Language Lab which were 
equipped with special programs 
for writing language papers. 



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A TF^RTULIA. Shelley Harrigill. iMonicaTrepagnier. Amber Hud.son, Lauren Dunagin. SIGMA DELTA PI. {iioiu) Dr. Robert Kahn. Lauren Gardes. Emily Olivier. Treuty 
Vdam Lambert. Lawrence Ou. Andrea Green, Dr. Ann Hardcastle. Esther Elliott. Patrick Dominick. l/)(/c<)Dr. AdolfoCacheiro. Elizabeth Bishara. Michelle Gueringer. Sara Capps. 
Anderson. 



LANGU.AGE 47 




SINGERS - TENORS AND BASSES, (fnwt) Andrew ODell, Jorialhan Kilgorc, Brit 
Simon, Josh Dupont. Brandon Baxter. (2;i(/ roir) Kenneth Griswold. Jermaine Ivy. David 
Norris. Eric McDonald, Cole Cheek, (3ni row) Travis Clay, Robert Caskey, Barrett 
Ingram, Andrew Robertson f/inci) Robert Gitl in Dell Smith Charley Scales. J.J. Coker, 
Richard Adams {not puhiudl John Su^ s Clill Thonipsiin. Brian Carpenter. Mac 
Romaauera. LKon Tucker Collin Ghdcwell 




SINGERS- \LrOS f^K-zin Angela Beeks Deneshab\ans Kim Caslille. Emily Cla>. 
Katie Hardy C"i/ ' on ) Jeanne M irtin Ellen Trappey JeanClitton.LauraHastings.r.i'/J 
roil) Katy Atkins AllysonGrej,ory Mia Rhymes Lica Gamble Mary Clay Wadlingtoii, 
Julie Wang, f/;fl(i) Fran Stalhngs Janine Lacallade Bets\ Farrell, Jane Buck, Carohna 
Whitfield-Smith Vicki Myers (;iof p/criofrfMessie Kneupper 




SINGERS - SOPRVNOS (// «/) C iroline Fic u i \nn ih Marshall. Mackey Sugar. 
Lindsay Bennett Carol Dpisdalc H inn ih M ishburn (2m/ (im) Julie Skipper. Esther 
Elliott. Erica Adkins Lindsay Whitfield ShiunFelser f-f/i/ /cicj Katie Clegg. Brandi 
Walker, Natalie Collier Clare Gillette Aileen Abate Am\ Clifton, Amy Loy, Laura S. 
Lane, (back) Jessica Short, Rebecca Easley. Stephanie Burks, Aimce Cronan. .^nnic 
Maggard. Manda Cashman, (not pictured) Jenni Brow n. 



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CHAMBER SINGERS, (front) Erica Adkins. Lindsay Whitfield. Laura S. Lane. Laura 
Hastings, Betsy Farrell, Mary Clay Wadlinglon, (middle) Shaun Felger, Amy Clifton, 
Aimee Cronan. Aileen Abate. Ellen Trappey. Lica Gamble. (Iwcl<) Robert Gatlin. Uvon 
Tucker, John Suggs. Brandon Baxter, Josh Dupont, Kenneth Griswold. Richard Adams, 
Jonathan Kilgore, (not pictured) Charley Scales, 



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A C T I V I T I 



Musical 
Moments 



Perfect Harmony 

Shaun Felger, soprano Chamber 
Singers member, sings during the 
Christmas Fifth Hour concert. The 
Chamber Singers traveled by bus to six 
states during their Spring Break tour. 

Musical Services 

The professional music fraternity, Mu 
Phi Epsilon, provided musical 
entertainment during the Christmas 
holidays for the residents at Compere's 
Nursing Home. The group also hosted 
a district conference in February. 



Winning Performance 

Richard Adams represented the 

Performing Arts department at a 

piano competition in 

November at USM 

sponsored by the 

Mississippi Music 

Teachers Association. 

Richard was awarded 

first place in the 

Freshman-Sophomore 

Solo Piano Competition 

for his performance of Chopin's 

Waltz in B minor. 





lU PHI EPSILON. ffnmt) Elizabeth Moak, Denesha Evans. Shaun 
;lger. Cole Cheek, Richard Adams, Terri Camp, Ellen Trappey, Angela 
eeks. Imiilcllf) David Norris, Laura Hastings, Rebecca Easley, Dell 
mith, Matthew Greig, Jonathan Kilgore, Laura S, Lane, (back) Betsy 
arrell. Uvon Tucker, Collin Glidewell. Cliff Thompson. Carolina 
'hitfield-Sniith, Robert Caskey. Vicki Myers, (not pictured) Brandon 
axter. Josh Dupont, Fran Stallings, Lindsay Whitfield, Jeanne Martin, 
ilie Wang. Robert Gatlin. Brandi Walker, Brit Simon, Clare Gillette, 
nni Brown, Terrance Alexander. 



PIANO COMPETITION WINNERS, (from) 
ard Adams, (buck) Collin Glidewell. Cliff 
Whitfield-Smith. 



Denesha Evans. Rich- 
Thompson, Carolina 



Vie^vpoint 

"Though I am not a 
music major, singing is a 
love of mine. Singers 
gives me an opportunity 
to do what I truly love, 
even though it is not my 
academic focus. It is 
hard work, but the end 
result is always 
wonderful. " 

Stephanie Burks 



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A C T I V I T I 



Talent 
Showcase 



Carnival- Best Show 

"With so many important elements to 
the show, team effort is what made the 
production a success," said Lindsay 
Whitfield. Lindsay was named Best 
Lead Actress, and Paul Gagliano was 
named the Best Lead Actor for their 
performances in Carnival. This show 
was the first musical to be performed 
by the Millsaps Players in 10 years. 
During the musical performance Paul 
(Marco the Magnificent) demonstrates 
his magical talents with the help of his 
assistant Nicole Saad (Rosalie). 
Jennifer Hicks (card girl) and Lindsay 



(Lily) observe his sneaky tricks. 

Starving Artists 

Senior art major Chris Robertson 

states, "Taking art helps unlock the 

true beauty of the 

world." The Art 

Club increased art 

appreciation among 

all students. To 

raise funds for the Club, students sold 

prints in the Kava house. They also 

hosted art receptions and toured art 

galleries in Vicksburg. 




Viewpoint 

"I had a blast performing 
Shakespeare! Twelfth 
Night was a wonderful 
opportunity for me to 
work with a very talented 
foreign director and to 
develop my capabilities 
as an actor " 

Paul GaflUano 

Sly Lady. Jenni Bnnvn 
(Maria) contemplates the plot 
against Malvolio in Twelfth 
Nighl. 



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Last Details. In the green 
room hehnul stage. Katrina 
Ludlow assists Rebecca Easley 
(Lady Olivia) during the dress 
rehearsal for Twelfth Night. 



Schlegel's Show. In 

Ciiniiviil C'litf Thompson (Paul) 
is confronted by Brandon 
Guidry (B.F. Schlegell about his 
attitude toward his puppet act. 



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OPKNINC NK;HTS. (tnml) Aiul-Im ChiMilin, .k-an ClillDn. Brandon (Inielry. Brooke 
Dugizer. Knn Bartield. Jed Lumpkin (nmhllr) Raehel Thompson. Michelle Clingan. 
Rachel Spear. Healher Sullivan. Shaun Felger. (hack) Je.ssie Kneupper, Paul Stout. Cliff 
Thompson, (red Rendfrey. O. B. Slander. 




ART CLUB tti'wt) Sandra Smithson 1 1/ Burke 
Miyamoto Collin Asmus Emily Martin 



John \kLeod ihiKkl Rvuta 




.ALPHA PSI OMECA, (/j<.«/) Janice Jordan, Erin Kate Holl-on. Melinda Boll. Bndtiel 
Har\ey. Joe Wilson. Liz Dubuisson. Morgan Gadd. imiddk) Brent Lefavor. Rachel 
Thompson. Christine Ambrosek. {hack) Virginia Walker. Kousuke Nagai. James 
Thompson. Cliff Thompson. Evangeline Sonnier. Brandon Guidry. Paul Gagliano. 





Backstage. Sam Sparks 
ad|usls his costume before his 
Twelftli Ni(;hl performance. 

Routine. Tim Parsons (Curio) 
and Virginia Walker (Cesario) 
assist in the morning dressing of 
Duke Orsino in Twelfth Niglit. 



The Winners 

• Joy Wallace: Alpha 
Psi Omega Award 

• Cliff Thompson: 
Mitchell Award 

• Rebecca Easley: 
Best Supporting 
Actress 

• Paul Gagliano: 
Best Supporting Actor 

• Erin Whitaker: 
Freshman of the Year 

• Kousuke Nagai: 
Backstage Award 

• Billy Dubuisson: 
Frank Hams Award 

• Jared Windhauser: 
The Cameo Award 



TALENT 51 



A C T I V I T I E 




Express 
Actions 



Viewpoint 

"Earthfest went off 
without a hitch, which 
couldn't have happened 
without the hard work of 
the incredible Jane Buck 
and all the great members 
of EARTH. ■■ 

Vaughnn Jinks 




Council Member 


Monroe, LA, under editors Janet 


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"The Honor Council provides a student 
response to the infractions to the 


Bradley and Alison Sullenberger. 






Honor Code. It is special that we as 


Dance Team 


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students have the ability to regulate 


Emily Olivier dances during halftime 


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one another. It is a democratic process 


of the last men's basketball home 






in which a student can argue for his 


game. The Major Impressions 


^•v '^^ 




own innocence." 


choreographed their dances and 






Erin Pelleteri 


bought their own uniforms. They 






Stylus ' y^i^^H 


practiced late at night in the upstairs 






The magazine ^^ .^^ji^^^^l 


lobby of the AC and performed for 






placed third in R^\^\^^H 
the Southern |^{-' 4^-^^H 


the fans during the halftimes of 
football and basketball games. They 






Literary q^^^ ^^^y^ L.mren Cuurctt 


also danced in the Bowl before the 






Festival in «..s ., member ..t the Sn/»^ 
Hilmirull Board. 


Homecoming Game 


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Painting the world a 
better place. Jane Buck. 
PreMdent ol E.A.R.T.H.. spends 
time helping others appreciate 
conservation and recycling. 



Newspaper staff. Christian 
Burck was Layout Manager of 
the P&W. and Darsit Patel 
worked as Sports and Opinions 
Lavout Editor. 



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Editorial Notes 

Literary magazine editors: 

• Janet Bradley - editor, 
PreMed, English major 

• Alison Sullenberger - 
editor, English major, 
history minor, creative 
writing concentration 

• Drew Ford - editorial 
staff, English and art 
major 

• Lauren Garrett - 
editorial staff, English 
and classical studies 
major 

Creativity. Drew Ford, Alison 
Sullenberger. and Janet Bradley 
work on design of the spring 
issue of the Sivhi.s. 




M,\JOR IMPRESSIONS, ifroni) Melissa Thornton, Rachel Richards.Starlight Ray. 
.Shaun Felger, Emily Olivier. Colette Rabai. Sarah Segrest, Kara Snead, (back) Brooke 
Ingram. Kathleen Toner. Little StarWegner. April Slayden. Jennifer L. Hicks. Kelle 
Forster, Kim Parker, Karen Sheridan. Taryn Stewart. 




FRISBEECLIB (/;<'H0 Brendan Quigley. Josh Hanes.AlekseyMashnilskiy.lH;«/<//c) 
Arteni \I ishnilskiv Lmdse\ Blackstock, Chad Miller. Mick Veum, Darren Wick, l/wti') 
Joe WanL' Daniel Biownme. Brian Eharh. Jason Pa\ne. Sereex Dzuean 




E.A.R.T.n. „,„,„, Lauic.i l-,.>li. KaJ.cl B.ill. Kane Ha.Jy, ,»»i/J/c; Shadia Slaieh. 
Rachel Falgout. Nicole Badon, Jane Buck. Leigh Smith. Vaughan Jinks. ( back) Elizabeth 
Bates. Lane Douglass. Brian Ebarb. Robert Caskey. Carolina Whitfield-Smith. Collin 
Glidevsell. Jeannie Br\son. 




HONOR COUNCIL, {front) Dr. Darb\ Ray. Erin Pellcten. Caria .Morrison. Gayla 
Dance. Chad Washington, (hac/t) Bradley Bennett. Richie Caldwell. Hugh Hyatt. Brad 
Lokit/. Dr. Rav Grubbs. 



EXPRESSIONS 53 



WHO'S WHO 




Rebecca Ahhott 

Summit, MS 

B.A., Political Science 




Lindsay Akers 

Tupelo, MS 

B.S., Computer Science 




Terrance 
Alexander 

McComb, MS 

B.A., English & Music 




Bradlejj Bennett 

Baldwin, MS 
B.B.A., Accounting 




Brian 
Berthiaume 

Memphis, TN 
B.B.A., Administration 




Metairie, LA 
B.A., Economics 




Anij^ Brazda 

Carencro, l_A 
B.S., Biology 




Shelly Byrd 

River Ridge, LA 
B.A., Education 




Cord Camphell 

Jackson, MS 
B.B.A., Administration 



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WHO'S WHO 




Sarah Casey 

New Orleans, LA 
B.A., English 




David Chamhers 

Fort Worth, TX 

B.S., Computer Science 




Amy Clifton 

Hammond, LA 
B.A., English 




Kathleen Cumhest 

Pascagoula, MS 
B.S., Biology 





Elizabeth Dubuisson Sarah Fontenelle 



Mobile, AL 
B.A., English 



Metairie, LA 
B.S., Psychology 




Erica France 

Little Rock, AR 
B.S., Biology 




William Givens 

Natchez, MS 
B.A., History 




Catherine Hall 

Meridian, MS 
B.B.A., Administration 



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WHO'S WHO 




Shanell Hudson 

Meridian, MS 
B.B.A., Accounting 




Susan Mareno 

Mobile. AL 

B.B.A., Administration 




Sarah Katherine 
McNeil 

Greenville, MS 
B.A., English 




Jojj Metcalf 

Memphis, TN 

B.A., English & Education 




Clajf Nelson 

Memphis, TN 
B.S., Biology 




Me£i O'Beime 

Natchez, MS 
B.B.A., Administration 




Lena Palmer 

Jackson, MS 
B.S., Psychology 




r 

Sandi Pullen 

Coffeeville, MS 
B.A., English 




Melanie Schrader 

Clinton, MS 
B.S., Biology 



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WHO'S WHO 




Oreathia Smith 

Pearllngton, MS 
B.A., English 




Kell^ Sudduth 

McComb, MS 
B.S.. Psychology 




Uvon Tucker 

Lake Butler, FL 
B.A., Music 




Michael Wade 

Madison, MS 

B.B.A., Administration & 

Economics 




Brandi Walker 

Jackson, MS 

B.A., French & Spanish 




Kell^ Walsh 

Metairie, l_A 

B.A., Political Science & Classics 




Julie Wang 



Brandon, MS 
B.S., Biology 




Lindsajj 
Whitfield 

Tupelo, MS 

B.B.A., Administration 



Not Pictured 

Adele Dauphin Elisabeth Farrell 

Covington, LA Clinton, MS 

B.A. B.A.,Art 

George Liimni Ashley Hurley 

Memphis, TN Marrero, LA 

B.B.A., Accounting B.A., English 

Will Wikle 

Tupelo, MS 

B.S., Psychology & Education 



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Dr. Robert McElvaine 




Honestly, i believe that 

Millsaps' greatest strengths 
are its academics and 
extracurricular activities. 
Lane Douglass 



Sean Smith 



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Tanya Pennington, Kim Parker Elizabeth Adams 



^ Multicultural Fashion Show 






Marin Dawson 



John McLeod 



Mary Heard 



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Emily Martin 





Jennifer Bonds 



Hillary Pesson 




Brandon Guidry, Paul Gagliano 



Grace Crouch 



faces & places out & about 



ACTIVITIES 59 






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Dr Frances Lucas-Taucher 




Dr Kristen Brown 



Paul Gagliano. Cliff Thonnpson 



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• DR. FRANCES LUCAS-TAUCHER was 

named the 10th president of Millsaps. She 

previously served as the Vice President of 
Student Affairs at Emory University. 

• DEAN DAVID SNEED left Millsaps after 
nine years as the Dean of Students. He 

affected many students' lives and will be 

greatly missed among the Millsaps 

community. 

• Y2K CREATED MANY fears among 
students, faculty and staff; however, 

everyone returned from Christmas break 

to find Western civilization in perfect 

working order. 





The community 
values every 
member and 
recognizes tinat 
tl-iroug(-i our 
differences, we 
have unique 
contributions 
and gifts to offer. 
The atmosphere 
of Millsaps is one 
that challenges 
students to 
achieve our full 
potential and 
provides genuine 
concern for us as 
individuals. 

Julie Skipper 



section editor: brett metirtens 



Assistants: Mandi Wallis, Steffenie Tomlin 



PEOPLE 61 



President 



Dn George Harmon 




MAJOR RECOGNITION. At the dedication ceremony for the 
Campus Life Complex, Dr Harmon presents Dr. Raymond Martin 
and his wife Louise with a pnnt of the Bell Tower in recognition of 
their contnbutions to the college 



Q: President Harmon, what were your 
most significant achievements? 

A: i cannot speak in terms of "I " With the help of 
faculty, staff, and the Board of Trustees, Millsaps 
has been recognized nationally as a premiere 
liberal arts college It has improved its student 
body academically, geographically, and culturally 

Q: How do you feel about your 
accomplishments? 

A: Accomplishment comes through others; my job is 
to get good people and let them do their jobs 

Q: Why did you decide to retire? 

A: I feel like it is time to leave. Millsaps is concluding 
Its third major fund-raising campaign. It's time for 
new energy 



the cabinet 





DR. EDWARD SCHRADER 

Asscociate Dean of Sciences 
(with daughter Melanie Schrader) 



DR. RICHARD SMITH 

Dean of the College 




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985. President Harmon introduces construction plans for the Second 
entennial. Phase II. Before the construction, there was no Sanderson 
all, Bell Tower or Olin Hall. 




BELL TOWER. The Bell Tower under 
construction (below) and present day The Bell 
Tower is used to recognize individuals and 
organizations whose cumulative donations total 
one million dollars or more to Millsaps College 




OLIN HALL. Olin Hall (above) under construction and present 
day Olin Hall houses the Chemistry and Biology Departments 
and over $300,000 worth of specialized equipment including a 
nuclear magnetic resonator, refngerated centnfuge. environmental 
chamber, scanning electron microscope, and atomic absorption 
lab 



THE HARMON YEARS 

1979: Else School of Business created 

1982: Millsaps ranked #1 among Regional Liberal Arts 

Colleges in the South by U.S. News & World Report 
1987: Founder's Tower, or Bell Tower, completed 
1988: Franklin W, Olin Hall dedicated: first Phi Beta 

Kappa chapter in state 
1990: Else School accredited by the AACSB; 

Millsaps core curnculm redesigned 
1991: Education program accredited by NCATE 
1994: Student-initiated Honor Code adopted 
2000: Campus Life Complex completed 



DR. JOHN PILGRIM 

Vice President for Business 
Affairs 



)R. JUDITH PAGE 

issociate Dean of Arts and 
etters 




MR. GARY FRETWELL 

Vice President for 
Enrollment and Student 
Affairs 





MR. KEVIN RUSSELL 

Assistant to the President 
for College Communications 
(with a local television 
reporter) 



DR. RANDY BOXX 

Dean of Else School of 
Management 



CABINET 63 




ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT (.front) Murray Burch, 
Diane Rulewicz, Cara Rasmussen. Ron Jurney, Missa 
Turman, Becky Randell, Peter Cosmiano. (bacW William 
Lytton, J B Coincon, Ronnie Gray, Jim Page, Tim Wise, 
Gregg Tripp, Jeff Reitz, Bob Tyler. 



LIBRARY (front) Joycelyn Trotter, Lynda 
McClendon, Tom Henderson, Jan Allison, Elizabeth 
Beck, (back) Pat Cox, Barbara West. Larry Madison, 
John Sandstrum, Debra Mcintosh, Jim Parks, (not 
pictured) Judy Frascogna. Allison Mags 




the staff 







good eats 

Dr, Janis Booth lends a 
helping hand at the Stewpot 
food shelter. 



adios Anita 

After 1 1 years as 
Residence Life 
Director, Anita 
Sumrall left for a job 
in government 





^ smiling service 

Maintenance Chief David Wilkinson 
received the President's Award for 
Staff Leadership. 




SaltillosnacifS 

Sister Sharon Glumb and Georgianna 
Martin take a lunch break in the sands 
of Saltillo. 



DINING SERVICES, (front) Ben Kirkwood. Jr,, 
Delories Johnson, Jacqueline Robinson, Angela 
Johnson, Patncia Ainsworth, (middle) Olivia White- 
Lowe, Derrick Franklin, Mattie Lyie, Loretta 
Summerlin, (back) Stephen King, Vernanda Diane 
Williams, Aution Kern, David Woodward 





balancing act 

Joe Wang, Vice-President Gar 
Fretwell and Josh Johnson 
manuever the low ropes at R.A 
training. 



MAINTENANCE (front) Sandi Mobley, Bo 
Ainsworth. Tommy Barnes, James Almo, David 
Wilkinson, (back) Tim Wilkinson, Wilbert Newell, Gene 
Powell, Jim Busby. Shayne Wilkinson, (not pictured) 
Percy Johnson. 





POST OFFICE Diane Samples, Jack 
Bracy, Ruth Stewart, Jason McDonald. 



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RESIDENT LIFE STAFF, (fronf) Brian Berthiaume, Amy Clifton, Greer 
Pioctor, Joy Metcalf, Amelia Killcreas, (.2nd row) Melissa Quinn, Hannah 
Mashburn. Racheile White, Erika Garavito, Mark Chandler, Shelley Harngill, 
Andrea Lucas. Eric Napier, (.3rd row) Patrick Cooper, Anita Sumrall, Julie 
Lassalle, Margaret Veach. Shea Maddox, David Chambers, Cort Knox, Grady 
Flattmann, (back) Chns Randall, Lica Gamble, L12 Dubuisson, Paul Gagliano 
Knsten Babula, Sam King, Betsy Ferrell 





HOUSEKEEPING, (front) Sarah Scott, Ruthie Cosby, Carolyn Rhodes 
Nikiesha Manzie. Roberta Lewis, Annie A. Rainey, Jerry Faison, (middle) Hourman 
Skinner, Felicia Chnstmas. Jacklyn Oscar, Mary A Watkins, Frankie Lewis, Mettie 
Henderson, George Jones, (back) Johnny Luckett. John Hams. Tommie Jones, 
Unco Hunter, Oscar Johnson, Quincy Knight, Lee Arnngton 




hot dog 

Murray Burch and Missa Turman prepare 
some of Coach Page's special "spicy 
dogs" at a barbeque for faculty and staff 



}t physical 

ach Jeff Reitz helps women's 
cer team members Tracy 
landers and Lauren Houston 
h tfieir weight training 
hniques. 



MANCIAL AID. Chen Gober, Esther Baugh. Ann 
ndnck, Patrick James. 





grill it 

Derrick FrankI 
"Acy's style" in 



dig in 



Patrick James, Ann 
Hendrick and Jane 
Hogue pick up lunch 
and a baseball game 
one Friday in April 
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n serves it up 
the cafeteria- 




positive i.d. 

Liz Dubuisson, Greer 
Proctor, and Amelia 
Killcreas check Freshman 
IDs on Move In Day. 





DIVISIONS Judy Willis. Dora Robertson. 
Barbara Young 



BUSINESS OFFICE (front) Donna Walker. 
Julie Daniels. Regina Italiano. Jerusha Bosarge. 
(back) Gail Waldrop. Dana Lang. Ruth Wilkinson. 
Lou Burney. Leslie Ivers. Rose Johnson 




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STUDENT AFFAIRS, (front) Diana McGregor, Patrick Cooper. Martha Lee. 
David Sneed, fm/c/rf/e.'Sheryl Wilburn. Andrea Pound. Sandy Rymes, Cindy Srine. 
Betty Hulsey, Janice Booth. ffaacW Stan Magee. Anita Sumerall, Sister Sharen 
Glunib, W, liter Tmnei Sandra Fretwell. Don Fortenberry 





COMPUTER SERVICES, (front) Debra Bagwell. Dawn Nations. Shelly Breland 
Scott Benedict. Al Parker, (back) Gail Keller. Jeanne Bodron, Barry Jackson, Bnan 
Jackson. Jeff Venator. Larry htorn. Jay Sheldon 



the staff 




Christinas spirit 

Chaplain Don Fortenberry 
opens the Advent Service. 



poinsettia promenade 

Sherryl Wilburn and Martha Lee bring 
poinsettias back from the Advent Service, 





heads up 

Cora Rasmussen and Billy 
Stack coach the inaugural 
Softball team 



festive fruits 

David Woodward and 
Potncia Ainsworth set up 
the elaborate fruit 
display for Major 
Madness. 





office max 

Associate Dean Cindy Strine 
worked with Major Productions 
and Perspectives. 




ADULT LEARNING (front) Mary Markley. Janet Langley. Nelda Wood- 
ward, (back) Paula Garrett. Ranee Underwood. Nola Gibson. Harrylyn Sallis 



ELSE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Carol Heatherly. Charlotte 
Ward. Randy Boxx 




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RECORDS. Judy 
L"iiiiter, Vicki Stuart, 
Donna Bryan, Jane 
Hrigue. Kathie Adams, 
.l.iiiet Lienberger 




3EVELOPMENT (fronO Martha 
oshers, Loran Buchanan, Susan 
heldon, Margarita Schmid, (.middle) 
<ay Barksdale, Susan Womack 
Dons Blackwood, Jennifer Brady 
Clancy White, Elizabeth Coopei 
back) John Conway, Larry Wells 
\nn Harkins, Theresa Surber, John 
ilgnm, (.not pictured) Alex Woods 
hequetta Magee, Lon Clark 



ADMISSIONS, (front) Shane White, 
John Gaines, Ashley Bass, Rebecca 
Baugh, Shannon Gnmsley, Amanda 
O'Kelly, (back) Nell Flynt, Beth James, 
Karen Cadier, Vickey McDonald, 
Connie Tngg (not pictured) Andrea 
Zaie, 



luality service 

le Student Affairs Staff gatfiers to 
ccept an award for departmental 
lity service. 





Taking a break from Admissions 
Staff responsibilities, Ashley Bas 
and Shane White picnic in the 

vl. 



well done 

Lauren Sonnier, Greer Proctor 
and David Chambers grill 
burgers at the RA cookout 






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COMMUNICATIONS. 

(front) Bryant Butler, Kevin 
Russell, (bacW Jon Peede, 
Judy Oglesby, Nicole 
Saad. 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
ASSISTANTS. Johanna 
Bettis, Grace Harrington, 
Nancy McKay, Floy Nelms 




STAFF 67 



Dr. Theodore Amnion 

Associate Professor and L'lhiii of Pliilo^opln 

Ms. Elizabeth Beck 

Assisttint Professor, Libriirkm 

Dr. Allen Bishop, Jr. 

Professor of Llieiiii\tr\ 

Mr. Chris Brunt 

Assistant Professoi of Miisu 

Dr. Adolfo Cacheiro 

Assistant Piofessm of Spiinisli 




Dr Charles Sa 
nationally renowned 
historian, specialized in 
Southern culture study 



Ms. Allison Mays 

Assistant Professor/Libraiiou 

Mr. Robert McCarley 

Assistant Professor of Computer Science 

Dr. Robert S. McElvaine 

Elizabetii Ciiislutlin Professor and i lunr of Histcin' 

Dr. Sarah Lea McGuire 

Assistant Pnifessm of Hiiilogy 

Ms. Elizabeth Moak 

Assistant Professoi of Music 



Mr. Robert B. Nevins 

Associate Professor of lUi)lo\;v 

Dr. Nash Noble 

Adjunct Piofessoi nf Music 

Dr. Judith Page 

Prof of English, Associate Dean of Arts and letters 

Dr. Andrew Royappa 

Assistant Professor and Cliair of Computer Science 

Dr. Charles Sallis 

Professor ofHistoir 



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Dr. Harrylyn Sallis 

Demi far Adult l.cuniiiix 
Dr. Ed Schrader 

,Us()i, /'ki/csmij .1/ <"'i''"\'i'. .'Issof. Dean of Sciences 

Dr. Donald Schwartz 

Awistunt /'/i)/r\Mii 11/ Cuniputer Sciences 

Dr. Flisc Smith 

,lss(ii , I'liifessiii ill An Hishir}', Chair of Art Dept. 

Ms. Sandra Sniithson 

Awistiiiil I'ni/essiinifArt 



Dr. Pat Taylor 

Assdciiitc I'liifewiii 11/ t'iiiiniiniis 

Dr. John J. Thatamanil 

Assistdiil I'liife^^iir (If Reli\;i(Hn Stiuties 

Dr. Mick Veum 

Assi^tiint I'nifesMii of I'ln^ics 

Mr. Sanford Warren 

ln'^tructor of Accounting 

Dr. Johnnie-Marie Whitfield 

Assistant Professor ofClicini'.tn- 



faculty not pictured 



Dr. Ajay Aggarwal 

\ssOii(iti\c Piofes'^or ofQiiantitaivc 
\lanii\ienh'iit 

Dr. Sarah Armstrong 

Pmh-.'.oi ol Piolos".' 

Mr. Collin Asmus 

si, ml l'iofcs\or of Art 
Dr. Diane Baker 
Assistant Professor ofManiv^ement 
Dr. Jim Baugh 
Ailjiinct Piofessor 
Dr. Jesse D. Beeler 
Associate Piofessor of Accounting 
Dr. George Bey 

\ssociiite I'nifessor of Sociolo'i\' and 

\iitliioi>olo^i 

Dr. Stephen Black 

Issdi I'lofessoi and Ciiair of Psycliology 

Dr. W. Randy Boxx 

Professoi of Maiiageineiit 

Dr. Bill Brister 

Assistant Pmfessoi of Finance 

Dr. Carl Brooking 

Piofessor of Economics and Management 

Dr. Kristen Brown 

slant Professor of Pliilosopliy 
Ms. Susan Brooks 
Adfuiht Piofessoi 
Ms. Gail Buzhardt 
Adjunct Pmfessoi of Modern Languages 
Dr. Connie Campbell 
Associate Professor and Cliair of 
Matlieniatics 
Dr. Claudine Chadeyras 

' t. Piofessor of Frencli 
Ms. Cheryl Coker 

istaiil Piofessor of Music 
Dr. David Culpepper 
Prof of Accounting, Cliair of Bus. Admin. 
Ms. Gayla Dance 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
Dr. David C. Davis 
Associate Professor ofHistoir 
Ms. Tracie Durden 
Adjunct Professor 
Ms. Sandra Edwards 
Adjunct Professor 

Rabbi Jim Egolf 

.Adunct Facultc 

Dr. Priscilla Fermon 

Assoc. Prof of French, Dir. of Honors Prog. 
Dr. Laura Franey 

Assistant Professor of English 



Dr. Catherine R. Freis 

Professor of Classics. Director of Core 

Cuniculuni 

Dr. Michael Galaty 

Visiting Assistant Piofessoi of Anthropology 

Mr. Stanley Galicki 

Insliiicloi of (,eolog\' 

Dr. Delbert Gann 

.Associiite Piofessoi of Ceology 

Ms. Paula Garrett 

Assistant Pnifcssoi and Advisor for .ADP 

Dr. Michael Gleason 

Assistant Piofessoi of Classics 

Ms. Roane Grantham 

Else SlIiooI of Management 

Dr. Mark Greenburg 

.Adjunct Pnifcssoi 

Dr. Ray Grubbs 

Pmfessoi of Management 

Dr. James Harris 

Assistant Professor and iZhair ofGeolog}' 

Dr. Dick R. Highfill 

Associate Professor of Biology 

Ms. Helen Kay Holloway 

Adjunct Piofessor 

Dr. Nancy Eddy Hopkins 

.Assistant Professor of Chemistiy 

Ms. Mary Louise Jones 

.Adjunct Professor of Core Cuiriculum 

Mr. Robert Jones 

.Adjunct Professor 

Jane Joseph 

.Adiiiiict Pmfessoi 

Dr. Robert J. Kahn 

.Associate Pmfessor of Romance Languages 

Mr. David Keary 

Adjunct I'lofcssor 

Dr. Asif Khandker 

Associate Professor and Chair ofPliysics 

Dr. Judith Krabbe 

Adjunct Piofessor 

Mr. Brent Lefavor 

Associate Piofessor of Technical Theatre 

Mr. Wayne Linehan 

Adjunct I'mfessor 

Mr. Mark Lynch 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

Ms. Anne MacMaster 

A.ssi.stant Professor of English 

Mr. Larry Madison 

.Assistant Pmfcssor/Lihrarian 

Dr. Julie Maisel 

Adjunct Pmfessor 



Dr. Debora Mann 

Assistant Pmfessor of Biology 

Dr. Suzanne Marrs 

Professor of Fiiglish 

Dr. Katherine Mathis 

Assistant Pmfessoi of Psychology 

Dr. John McCarty 

Assistant Professoi of Education 

Mr. Boty McDonald 

.Assistant Professoi of Business Law 

Dr. James McKeown 

Pmfessoi of Biology 

Dr. Jeanne Middleton 

Professoi of Ediuation 

Dr. Greg Miller 

Associate I'mfessor of English Deptaitment 

Dr. Charles H. Moore 

Associate Piofessor of Political Science 

Dr. Samuel Morris 

Adiiiiict Pmfessor 

Mr. Thomas Morrison 

Adjunct Pmfessoi 

Mr. Albert Mosley 

Adjunct Pmfessoi 

Ms. Janice Nash 

.Adjunct Pmfessoi 

Dr. Walter Neely 

Professor of Finance. Acting L'lean ofESOM 

Ms. Tanya Newkirk 

Adjunct Pmfessoi 

Dr. Leanora Olivia 

Assistant Pmlcssoi of 1 lassies 

Dr. Iren OnioBare 

Assocuite Pmfessoi of Political Science 

Mr. Raymond Phelps 

Associate Professor of Marketing 

Dr. John Pilgrim 

Vice Pies, for Bus. Affairs, Prof. ofESOM 

Dr. Penelope J. Prenshaw 

Assistant Piofessor of Marketing 

Dr. Jimmie Purser 

Professor ofChem. and Computer Studies 

Timothy Quinn 

.Adjunct Professor 

Mr. Bennett Randman 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Darby Ray 

.Assistiint I'mfessoi of Keligious Studies 

Mr. John Sandstrum 

Assistant Piofessor, lihianan 

Dr. Connie Schimmel 

/l,<i.soc-/i?ft' Professor of Eiluciition 



Ms. Aleda Shirley 

Adjunct Pmfessor 



Dr. Robert A. Shive, Jr. 

Professor of Math and Computer Studies 

Dr. Lisa Sigel 

Assistant Piofessor of Histor}' 

Donna Simmons 

.Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Richard A. Smith 

lh\in of the College, Prof, of Pol. Science 

Dr. Steven G. Smith 

Prof, of Phil, and Religion, Chair of 

Religious Stud. 

Mr. Daniel Spitzer 

.Adiiinct Pmfessoi 

Dr. Kristy Stensaas 

Assistiint Pmfessoi of L'liemistiy 

Dr. William Storey 

Assistant Pmfessor of Histor}' 

Ms. Tracy Sullivan 

Instructor of Matlieniatics 

Dr. Jonathan Sw^eat 

.Adjunct Pmfessor of Music 

Dr. Susan Taylor 

Army Brown Assoc. Professor of 

Economics 

Dr. Kurt Thaw 

Assistant Professor of Psycholog}' 

Dr. Ming Tsui 

.Assochite Professor of Sociology 

Mr. James Turner 

.Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Marlys Vaughn 

Professor of Education, Chair of Education 

Dept. 

Dr. Timothy J. Ward 

Associate Prof of Chemistry, Chair of 

Chem. Dept. 

Dr. Darren D. Wick 

.Assistant Pmfessor of Mathematics 

Dr. Austin Wilson 

,4s.'.()c"((i(t' Piofessor of English 

Ms. Elizabeth Wolfe 

.Adjunct Professor 

Song Xie 

.Ailjunct Professor 

Dr. Sanford Zale 

Assistant Professor of History 



FACULTY 69 



Ailecn Abacc. Hr 

Rebecca Abbott. Sr 

Debbie Abuso. |r 

Elizabech Adams. Fr 

Jackie Adams. Fr 

Jill Adams, Fr 



Richard Adams. So 
Thomas Adams, Fr 
Erica Adkins. Sr 
Akram Al-Turk. Fr 
Kelcv Aldridge. Fr 
Alj\'n.i Allen. Fr 



Ben Allen, Fr 

Christme Ambrosek. Sr 

Patrick Anderson. |r 

Aalij Anwar, Ir 

Margarec Anzclmo, So 

Maria Anzola. So 





yum yum 

Brendan Quigley and Annah 
Marshall sample the ice cream in 
the new Kava House 



magnolia notes 

Brandi Walker played the 
clarinet to win the Miss 
Magnolia title. 



James Thompson and Leigh 
Pennebaker look at leftover pictures 
from the '98-99 yearbook. 



Sraccy Arneti 


Sr. 


Justin Arnold 


.So. 


/liranda Arnold 


So. 


GeofFArtigucs 


So. 


Ayako Asada 


So. 


Kar\' Ackins 


Fr. 



Courtney Austin. Fi 

Sarah Babin, F: 

Kriscen Babula. J 

Nicole Badon, S 

Rachel Baird, 

Rachel Ball, F 






Stress free 

Brittany Levy enjoys the Stress-Free 
Zone in Student Affairs for exam 
week. 




70 



larbarj Balb, Fr 
Mary Barbtrr. Su, 
JoAnna Barnctt. Jr. 
K.ithnn-Mcloan Barrcu. Sr. 
M.uclK■^^ Barrtct. Fr. 
Sarah Bartlctt. Fr. 




Kli/abcth Bi^hara. So. 
Ben Biornenid. Ir- 
Chnstina Blackmon. Fr. 
Lindsey Blackscock, So. 
Byron Blackwell. Sr. 
Lindse\' Blakcne\'. Fr. 



Sarah Bond, Fr. 
Icnnitc-r Bonds. Fr. 
Cbfron Boren, Sr. 
Karen Bitren, |r- 

Bocos. Fr. 
MJinda Bott.Jr. 



ABATE-BOTT 71 



Ainicc Boudri. uix Fr 

Ryan Bourgcoi'i |r 

Wade BoLirgco: 

Rebecca Bradford Ir 

Janet Bradle\ [r 

Leigh Bra 




border run 

Until Kenneth Griswold and Aileen 
Abate could go to Taco Bell, the 
temporary cafeteria had to suffice. 



drink up 

Rain forced James Graves and the 
rest of the crowd inside for the 
Saturday band at Major Madness 



Beau Brouilletcc, hr 

Emilee Broussard. It 

Brooks BrowLT, Jr. 

Wayne Brown. Fr. 

Lindsey Brownmg, Fr. 

Ryan Brumby, jr. 



McCall Bryant, Fr. 

JeannJe Bryson, Fr. 

jane Buck, So. 

Antliony Bullock, Jr. 

Brandy Buras, Fr. 

Christian Biirck, So. 



Adam Burdick. Fr. 

Liz Burke. Sr. 

Stephanie Burks, So. 

Ashley Burns. Fr. 

Carter Burns, So. 

Blair Burnside. So. 




72 





working hard 

Stacey Roy studies in the 
Kava House, as did 
many students when it 
officially opened in the 
spring 



hunger pains 

Roman Rabourn and Adam Burdick 
finish up their lunch. 





RwhK ( -.ildu 

Riilurd C .iniinil.i. S,, 

1 cell tjird i:jnipbc!l. Sr. 

Nicklaus Cjnali.-, Fr. 

S.irj Cipps, |r, 

M.1V.1 Ann CiHisIc, Jr. 



slaving away 

Erin Kinzeler fixes o sample of the 
tasty Edy's ice cream served at the 
Kava hlouse 



toss it! 

Marin Dawson makes a salad 
using all of the fresh produce 
options. 





Brian Carpenter, [r. 
Matttiew Carroccio, Sr- 
Kathennc Carter, Fr 
Mand\' Carter, So- 
jillian Canithers, jr. 
RlakeCase.Jr. 



Sarati Casey. Sr. 
Manda Cashman, So. 

Robert Caskc)'. Fr. 
I<ie\' C^astille, Sr. 
Adam Causev, Fr. 
Cuirta Chaiban. Ir. 



Andrew Chalona. Fr. 

David Chambers, Sr. 
l.eAnna C^hambers. Sr. 
Mark Chandler, So 

Matt C"handler, So. 
' .>urcne\'Ch.istain, |r. 



BOUDREAUX-CHASTAIX 73 



Tjr.i Chauffc, So 

Jose Luis Chavez, Fr, 

Susan Chcrr)', So, 

|enn\' Chcrnhomcs. |r 

Amtlia Chisolm, So, 
Tora Clav. So, 



Christine Clayton, jr 

K.U1C Clegg, So, 

Aniv Clitron, Sr, 

jean Clifton. So. 

Michelle Clingan. jr. 

Walker Coburn. So. 



Brant Cole. Sr. 
Claire Coleman, So. 
Judith Coleman. Fr, 
Natalie Collier. So, 
Amanda Coody. So, 
Erin Cook, Fr, 



funny stuff 

Angela Payne and Lane Douglass 
laugh at the faculty Christmas 
songs at the Biology Christmas 
party in Olin. 




solo act 

Matt Miller performs one of 
his own songs at the Major 
Madness talent show. 



mlxin' drinks 

RA's Hannah Mashburn 
and Rochelle White mix 
"Mock-Tails" for a hall 
program in Bacot 



hard ball 

Germaine Delay plays ping pong 
for fhe first time in New South 



Mclanie Cook, Jr. 
Rachel Cook. Sr. 
Alana Cooper, Fr. 
Carla Corban. Fr, 
Jordan Corbello. Fr 
Chris Corbin, Fr. 



Yashia Cormick. Fr. 

Allen Cox, Fr. 

Adam Crawford, Fr. 

Ken Crawley II, Sr. 

Aimee Cronan. Sr. 

Kclli Crossland, Jr. 




W^ 







74 



Daniel Culpepper. Fr. 
Kathleen Cumlxst.Sr. 
Hmilv D.ilv. Fr 
Will D.irsey. Fr. 
Emily DaMnger. Fr. 
I hris Djvis, Sr. 




Chris Detker. Fr. 
Sarah Dees. jr. 
t.erniaine Delay. Fr. 
.\lalihesv Dcvall. So. 
Nathan Dickson. Ir. 
Iiilian Dodd, Fr. 




pasta time 

Thomas Pham grabs a bite to eat in 
the makeshift Caf. 



=al I festival 

lolleen Fagan and 
lunko Fukuma chat 
Juring the annual 
Multicultural Festival 





late nigiit 



sweet sounds 

Jean Clifton sings "Ghost" 
by the Indigo Girls at the 
Major Madness talent show 



Wade white chows down on 
free Krispy Kreme donuts at the 
Kovo House 



^6'- 'I 




lucky numbers 



Patrick Cooper assists Kentrell Storks in 
drawing his number during the annual 
housing lottery Since the housing regulations 
changed, more students were expected to live 
on campus, making competition fierce for 
prime rooms, such as those in Goodman and 
New South. 




Helena Doering. So. 
Emilv Dollacker. Fr. 
Trcuty [~)oniiniek. |r. 
Jeff Douglas. Jr. 
Lane Douglass. Jr. 
Liz Dubuisson, Sr. 



William Dubuisson, Fr. 
Damien Dutote. Jr. 
Lauren Dtinagin. Fr. 
Brian Dunkcl. .So. 
.\Iatthess Dunn. Jr. 
.\liehael Duran. Fr. 



CHAUFFE-DURAN 75 



Rebeccj Easlew Hr 

Kelly Eaton, Fr 

Brian Ebarb. fr 

Livia Eckhardr. Fr 

Wendy Edwards, Sr 

Can- Eeds. So. 



James Ellis. So 
Tyler Erb, So 
Will Erickson. Fr 
Denesha Evans. Fr 
Leonard Evans, Fr 
Mariana Evans. Fr 




slice of life 



bouncing bails 

III chad Washington and 
'" Janet Johnson ploy squash 
on the new courts in the HAC. 




goiong 



Al DeHombre looks for a 
receiver during an 
intramural game. 





frisbeefun 

Aleksy Mashnitskiy plays Ultimate 
Frisbee on a Friday afternoon at 
the practice field. 



game time 

Scott Foirchild blocks Blake Cose as he 
heads for the basket durmg the 
intramural championship game. 





go, go! 

Lindsay Meyer and Brandy Buras 
cheer the volleyball team at a home 
match 



Colleen Fagan. So. 

Betsy Farrell, Sr. 

Arien Faucett. Fr 

Chrisr\' Ferrell, Fr. 

Carolinc Ficara, So. 

Aaron Fikac. So. 



Nathan Fischer. Fr. 
Lauren Fish, So. 



Jamie Fite, Fr. -.^^ 

Grady Fiattmann, So. I ' 

Devon Fletcher. Fr. 
Lindsav Flovd, Fr. 



Sarah Fontenelle. Sr. 
Drew Ford, So. 
Bridget Foss. Sr. 
Alan Fowler, Fr. 

Erica France. Sr. 
Preston Francis. Fr. 




76 




T, Frona^, Fr. 
Brun French. Sr. 
Nataiic Fli^scII, Fr. 
Dcrriaux Gadlin. Fr. 
l\iLil ("ijghano. So. 
Lica Gamble. So. 



Erika Gara\'ito, jr. 

Gardfh, jr. 
Sadie Gardner. Sr. 
Kachlcen Garrerr. So. 
Robert Gaclin, jr. 
Rvan Gavlord, Fr. 




Alisha Stockton utilizes the aerobics 
classes offered in the HAC, The 
HAC provided a number of 
opportunities for students to stay in 
shape on new courts, equipment 
and in classes. 



Grccchen Gitford. Fr. 
Andrea Gilbert, Fr. 
Nick Gilbert. So, 
Becfi Giltoil, Fr. 



Buddy Givens, Sr. 
Gollm GlidewelKJr. 



ShikhaGoci. Fr. 
Krisr)- Goft. Fr. 
Mist>'GotT. Fr. 
loseph Goines. Fr. 
)ohn Gomez. Sr. 
fames Goode. Fr. 



Shellv Goswami. So. 
Travis Grace. So. 
Bnant Graham. Fr. 
Colleen Graham. So. 
Kristy Grammer. jr. 
lames Graves, Fr. 



EASLEY-GRAVES 77 



Andrea Green. Fr, 

Jeremy Greenslade, Fr. 

David Greer, Sr. 

Allyson Gregor)', Fr. 

Matthew Greig, Fr. 

Forrest Griffin, Fr. 



Adam Grimmett, So. 

Kenneth Griswold. jr. 

Joey Groves. Fr. 

Michelle Guennger. |r. 

Brandon Gmdn'. So. 

Rem Guidr%-, Sr. 



BcckvHabic.lr. 

Scott Haggard. Sr. 

Leslie Halat, Fr. 

Catherine Hall. Sr. 

Justin Halliwell, So. 

Joshua Hanes, Sr. 




slice of life 




lickety split 

Paul Gagliano and David 
Chambers take a break from RA 
training for a snack at Krispy 
Kreme on County Line Road 



lead on 

Star Ray and Aimee Cronon represented 
Pfii Mu at the fall LEAD Summit 





you're it! 

Tora Clay and Tom Taylor 
prepare for a gome of iosf 
tag outside Ezelle 

^■■'^^ 



get counted 

Amy Redd and Gretchen 
Gifford fill out their 
Census 2000 forms. 
Census officials were set 
up in tfie Student Center 
for two weeks. 





freshman fun 

Barbara Tippens, Amy Loy, and 
Heather Kittrell cheer for their 
hallmates during the Freshman 
Olympics. 



Sara Haque. So. 
Shane Hard. So. 
Stephanie Hardwick, Jr. 
Katie Hard)'. Fr. 
Zeph Hardy. Jr. 
Tracy Harper. Sr, 



Shelley Harrigill. Jr. 
Allison Harris. Jr. 
Sara Harris, Fr. 
Kaiser Harriss, So. 
Bridget Harvey, Sr. 
Laura Hastings, Fr, 




IVvton Havs. Sr, 

NjcjlicHcbcr[.Jr 

( luiMophir HtJi;lin. So. 

Lnsral Hilo. Hr, 

Liinc Hendrlcb, Fr. 

John Henrj'. Hr. 



Ijson Hicks. Fr. 
lennitcr Hicks. So. 
Reliecca Hili. Sr. 
Laura Hille;artncr. Fr. 
Brandi Hinton. Sr. 
Cedric Hobdv. So. 




GREEN-INGRAM 79 



Brooke- Int;r.im, Fr. 
^'jmina irb\'. Sr. 
Heather Isbell, Fr, 
Alexa Ivantic. Jr. 
Jermaine Ivy, Sr. 
Ned Jabour, Fr. 



Candacc Jackson. So. 

Dionne Jackson, Fr. 

Loren James, So. 

Amy Janovsk)', Fr. 

Molly Jeffcoat, So. 

Chnsiian Jensen. Fr. 



slice of life 





mud bugs 

Nicole Badon and Stephanie Ray 

enjoy the brief sunshine on the biO UUHS 

Saturday of Major Madness, Later, c n, » J 

,,■'.., I „ I Serqey Pzuqan qets ready 

ram drove festivities rrom trie Bowl. r i in i 

tor laser tag in trie Bowl 



Katie Hardy takes a dive on 
the big inflatable 



burger time 

Tom Murphy grabs lunch during the 
Friday cookout 



Vaughan Jinks, So. 

Molly Johnsev. Fr. 
Mandy Johnson, So. 
Ronnie Johnson. Fr 

Jahreese Jones, Fr. 
Kimberlev Jones, Fr. 



Krist}' Jones Sr 

Sara Jones So 

William Jorden.Fr. 

Jason Josef, Fr. 

Kristi Joyncr, ir 

BIythe Junkin. Fr 



lordjn lunkin, Fr. 

Amy Kalkbrenner, Fr. 

Drew Kavanaugh, Fr. 

Erin Keller, Sr. 

Caroline Key, Fr. 

John Kidd, Ir. 




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Andrea Lucas, So, 



INGRAM-LUCAS 81 



Cooper Lllca^. Fr 
DcAnna Luc.is. Sr 
K,urinj Ludlow, jr 
Georgt Lumm. Sr 
led Lumpkin. So 
Elizabech Lucz. Fr 



Wcnd\- L\'ons, So 

Shea Maddox, Sr 

Rachel Madjlesi. Fr 

Annie Maggard. So 

Ian Makey. Sr 

Jessica Maipass, Fr. 




sing out 

Crissie McMullan and 
Joshua Johnson sing at the 
Thanksgiving service. 



Darrick Masscw Sr. 

Baron Macthews, Fr. 

Lindsey May. Jr. 

Kevin Mayes, Fr. 

James Mayfield. Sr, 

Sarah McAtee. Jr, 



82 



Mike McCall. Sr. 
Rukrt McCtlw. Fr. 




LUCAS-MIXON 83 



Ryuta Miyamoto. Sr. 

Robika Modak, Fr. 

David Moffecc. Sr. 
Adam Mongcsku, Fr. 

]|]l Mnodv. So. 
Jtdadiah Muone\', Fr. 



Miranda Moore. Sr 

Talisha Moore, Fr 

Carla Morrison, Ir 

Robbie Morrison, jr 

Jason Moss. Fr 

jared Mott, Fr 




nintendo warriors 

Tom Murphy and Allen Cox play 
video games in New South. 



Steven Murphx'. So. 

Darin Muse. Fr. 

Vicki Myers. So. 

Kousuke Nagai. So. 

Kendall Neal. Fr. 

AmvNeelv. Ir, 



Karv' Morgan Neely. Fr. 

Leta Negandhi. Fr. 

Anna Nelson, jr. 

Clay Nelson. Sr. 

Michael Nelson. Sr. 

Rebecca Nelson, Fr. 



j.T. Newman. Fr. 

VinhNgo.jr. 

Amanda Nicholas, jr. 

Peter Nix. Fr. 

David Norns. Fr. 

Kamani Northmgton, Fr. 



dig in 

Amy Janovsky unpacks her boxes 



as she semes in. 




84 




)artytime 

mily Rivers prepares her party cups 
)r the Tri-Delto Foil Party. 




ear-ring 

Ricky Stearnes puts in an earring 
after settling into his new dorm 
room in Galloway, 




phone home? 

Gretchen Gifford 
momentarily escapes the 
chaos of Freshman 
Move-in Day to moke a 
phone coll 





red carpet 

Amanda Blair Pullen carries 
carpet as she moves into Bacot, 



iM.iiiO'BciriK-. Fr. 
Andrt-w D'Dcll, Sr. 
Bnjn OLcary, Fr, 
Emily tllivicr, jr. 
Ll-jFi Ovhinslsy, Fr. 
L.iwrcncL- (.)u. So- 



\ ilcnc Paasch, Fr. 
.\liur.iy Pace, Sr. 
Fiannah Page. Fr. 
Lena Palmer. Sr. 
Kim Parl<er. Fr. 
.Marion Parker, Fr. 



lucky draw 

RA's Lica Gamble and Julie 
Lossolle take a quick peek at their 
numbers for the room lottery. 








Marisa Parker. Fr. 
Nick ParrisFi. Fr. 
Timothy Parsons. Fi 
DarsicPaccl.Jr. 
Jmal Paid. Fr. 
Adam Parterson. fr. 



R^■an Paul, So. 
* riss\' Paxton. Sr. 
.Ant;cla Payne. Jr. 
Kate Pearce. fr. 
Erin Peljeteri. Fr. 
Malta Pclly, So, 



1 .. it;h Pennebaker. Jr. 
I an\a Pennington. Fr. 
Jessica Perkins. Jr. 
Joseph Perkins. Fr. 
Lekesha Pcrr\'. Fr. 
.Michael Phillips, Fr. 



MIYAMOTO-PHILLIPS 85 



Kristal Philpot. Fr 
Natalie Pilato, Fr 



Gallic Poole, Fr. 
Edward Poole, Fr. 



Bishop Porter, So. 



Man.- Frances Preiean, jr. 

Noel Price. Fr. 

Amanda Blair Pullen. Fr. 

Sandi Pullen. Sr. 

Maggie Purifov. Fr. 

Benjamin Piir\is. So. 



Brendan Quigley. Fr. 

Ashley Quinn, Jr. 
Melissa Quinn. So. 

Brady Raanes, Fr. 

Colette Rabai. So. 
Roman Rabourn, So. 




slice of life 




a I fresco 

Chris Medcalf and Jessie Kneupper 
enjoy a meal on a balcony at fhe 
Cof Chris said, "The new Caf is 
great. I especially like the option of 
eating on the balcony." 

Caroline Ranck, Sr. 

Chris Randall. Ir, 

Starlight Ray. Jr. 

Stephanie Ray, Sr, 

Amy Redd, Fr. 

Daniel Redmond, Ir. 



Rebecca Reed, jr. 

William Rcid, So. 

Rebecca Revels, jr. 

Elaine Reyes, Jr. 

Stac)' Reynolds, Sr. 

Rachel Richards, So. 



earth friends 

Rachel Thompson and Holly 
Kinget make posters for 
Earthfest 2000. 



bowl burgers 

Elizabeth Bishara and Jason 
Josef talk over lunch in the 

Bowl 



good luck! 

Shelley Harrigill hopes for 
the best at a football ganne 



snail mall 

Blaine Riley checks his mail in the new 
post office in the Student Center. 




86 



I.in.i RidJcll. So. 
Kmilv Rivers. Fr. 
Anne Robcrsun. Sr. 

Roberts. So. 
I,.nircn Roberts. So. 
Andrew Robcrrwn. So. 



Chris Roberrson, Sr. 
Casev Robinson. Fr. 
Elizabech Rogers. Jr. 
Joseph Rogers. So. 
MacUin Romaguerj. So. 
Bc.in Roode. Fr. 




Charle\' Scales. Ir, 
M.ind\' Scherer, Sr, 
I hnsiopher Schiro. Fr. 
McLinie Schrader. Sr. 
uhc Schumacher, Sr. 
Michael Schwittcr. So. 



THILPOT-SCHWITTER 87 



Catnct Seals. Sr. 
jasper Segal, Fr. 
Sarah Segrest, So. 
Marty Seib, Fr. 
Alice Sellers, Fr. 
Amy Sellers, Fr. 




Steffenie Tomlin listens to 
Springsteen as she studies 
for her final Heritage exam 



Sherry Smith. So, 

Trivarshia Smith, So, 

Kara Snead, jr 

Brett Snyder, Fr 

Meghan Somes. Fr 

Evangeline Sonnier. Jr. 



nnifcr Snrrc.-lls. So. 
S.mi Spark^. Hr. 
K.iLhcl Spcjr. So. 

rt Speed. So. 

•in Stallinys. So. 

.troline StJuttcr, Jr. 



Knstcn StedmiM, hr 




milter Sroner, Fr. 
(.icoffrevStrickLind. Fr, 
luhc Strickland. Fr. 
-Amanda Strin-tellow. Sr. 
Li'^a Siuart. So. 

Sruarc, Fr. 



Lori Srunrz. |r. 

KdlvSudduth. Sr. 

,\!,ickev Sugar, Fr. 
ihri Suggs. Sr, 
)hn Sulli\an. So. 

lason Sumrall. Fr. 



Kiadturd Suchcrlin. Fr. 
Ashlev Sweat. Fr. 
NiLole S\'lvester, Sr. 
Huocan TabarL. So. 
Kurenia Tate. Sr. 
"I'homasTavlor. Fr. 



c Temple, So. 
Fim fench. jr. 
Charles Terrell. Fr. 

Ani\' Thames, Fr. 
Bobby Thomp.son. So. 
Cliff Thompson. So. 



James Thompson. Sr. 
Rachel Thompson, So. 
Carrie Thune, Sr. 



SEALS-TIFPENS 89 



Sarah Todd, So, 

larred Tolar. Sr 

Reagan Tolcdano, Sr 

Steftcnie Tomlin. Fr 

Karhlcen Toner. Fr 

Mallor}' Tosch. So 



Robert Touchstone. So 

Shane Townsend. Sr, 

Ellen Trappe\'. So, 

Monica Trepagnier, Fr 

Uvon Tucker. Sr. 

Ceciha Turner. Fr. 



Da\id Umstcd. So, 
Courtne\' Valentine. 
Lee Valentine. 
Prasad Vasamseiti, 

Mara\-ilU. F 
Elizabeth Vincent. F 



Rvan X'incent. Ir, 

Gloria Vmer. Fr, 
Veronika Viner. Fr. 
lonathan \'ines. Fr. 
Mana\' \'irniani. Fr 

Came Wade, Sr. 



Michael Wade, Sr 

Marv' Clav Wadlington. Sr 

William Wadlington. Fr 

Christi Walden. Fr 

Brandi Walker. Sr 

Drew Walker, J r 



Ken Walker. Sr, 

Virginia Walker. So. 

Mandi Wallis, So. 

Kelly Walsh. Sr, 

Christian Walters. Fr. 

Christopher Walters. So. 



Julie Wang, Si 

Zao Joe Wang. Jr 

Alicia Washington, jr 

Chad Washington, jr 

Michael Waters. So 

Stacy Weaver. Fr 




90 




SiephaniL- Webster, So. 
KolicWegncr, So. 
Ijttic Star Wcgner, Fr. 
Ashley Wciclauf.Fr. 
BcthWesr.Jr. 
Erin ^X''hi^Jker, Fr. 



Jjred Whitt;. Jr. 

Rachclle White, jr. 

^X'Jdc White. Jr. 

Carohna Whitfield-Smnh, Sr. 

Will Wikle, Sr. 

Betsy Williams. Jr. 



rhjppell Williams, Fr. 
Rcnn Willnms. Fr. 
Sally Williams, Jr. 
Georgia Williamson. Jr. 
Jennifer Wilson, Fr. 
Mel. s.sa Wilson, Jr, 



Jared VC'indhauser, Sr. 
Hicks Winters, Fr. 
Deanna Kay Wise. Sr. 
\'anes.sa Wold. So. 
Gar\' Yarborough, Fr. 
Rebekah \'eager, Sr. 



iKnidYeh, Fr. 
Chad Young, Sr. 
Neola Young, Fr. 
Reggie Young. Fr. 
lonathan Zaperach. Fr. 
Walter Zinn.Fr, 



Kell Zubic, So. 



'MfH\ 



In Memory of Lillian-Elizabeth Stickle 
1979 - 1999 

"She was always herself... loved to play the devil's advocate... highly intelligent... very encouraging of even'ones 
potential... knew how to have a good time... nobody intimidated her. Elle commanded attention, which makes her 

absence all the more difficult." 

Riciirn Kiinbel cr Lauren Garrett 



TODD-ZUBIC 91 



Brooks Brower 



The community 

atmosphere is definitely 

one of Millsaps' finest 

features. 

Uvon lacker 





fe ^ ial T K a I 

jlli nil 



Ned Jabour 




Kouske Nagai 




Leta Negandhi, Heather Isbell 




Georgianna Martin, Jenni Brown 



Rachel Cook 



faces & places out & about 



PEOPLE ALBUM 93 



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• THE ATHLETIC STAFF welcomed a 
host of new faces. Janet Johnson joined 
Millsaps as director of the Hall Athletic 
Center. Cara Rasmussen assumed the 
position of Sports Information Director. 

• VARSITY TEAMS also experienced new 
additions to their coaching staffs. Bob 
Tyler and Ronnie Grey joined together to 
lead the football team. Missa Turman was 
named new cheerleading sponsor. 
Women's soccer gained Diane Rulewicz as 
its new coach. 

• STUDENT ATHLETES made the grade. 
Three varsity athletes received national 
recognition. The athletic grade point 
average was higher than the overall 
average of all students. 



Michael Schwitter 



Mayfield, Jason Moss 




Being part of the 
women's varsity 
soccer team has 
been one of the 
highlights of my 
life at Millsaps. 
Road trips, 6:30 
a.m. practices, 
and learning 
how to "clean" 
in weightlifting 
have provided 
opportunities to 
experience new 
things and form 
long-lasting 
friendships, 

Kate Pearce 



section editor: i<ate pearce 



SPORTS 95 



• Dionne Jackson, Liz 
Lasoski, Rebecca 
Revels 



Condace Jackson 




Erin Powell 



' Major Millsops 



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Amy Brazda 



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• Brandi Walker 



• New Sponsor: Missa Turman named new coach. 

• Captains: Amy Brazda - captain; Shelly Byrd - 
co-captain. 

• Tryouts: March 31 . Increased numbers from 8 to 
12. 

• Viewpoint: "Over the past four years that I've 
been cheering, there has been a definite increase in 
school spirit. The enthusiastic crowd has made 
cheering an enjoyable experience." -Amy Brazda 




CHEERLEADERS, (front) Amy Brazda, Beth Doshier, Erin Powell, 
Kathleen Garrett, Candace Jackson, Shelly Byrd, (back) Liz Lasoski, 
Mana Anzola, David Chambers, Rebecca Revels, Dionne Jackson, 
Brandi Walker 



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CHEERLEADING 97 



' Keith Hopkins 

Running Back 
Scored 3 touchdowns 
Averaged 1 5 yords per game 



I Jason Parsley 

Wide Receiver 

Led in receiving yards 

with 63.1 per gome 




Coaching Staff 

• Ron Jurney- 4th year as 
head coach 

• Mike Muschamp - 

offensive coordinator 

• Mike Dailey - defens 
coordinator 



> Marcus Dudley 

Running Bock 

131 total receiving yards 



• Chris Davis 

Offensive Lineman 



Mike McKenzie 

Running Back 
768 total yardage 



98 



Blake Huggard 

Quarterback 

SCAC Offensive Player of 

the Week 

Led the team with 139 7 

yards per game 



• Team Captains 

George Lumm 
Byron Blockwell 
Jason Parsley 
Robert Bradley 



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FOR THE RECORD 


27-20 


Austin College 


3 


37 


Chapman Univ. 


37 


40 


Colorado College 


10 


30 


Maryville College 


22 


24 


Centre College 


35 


28 


Rose-Hulman 


10 


41 


DePauw Univ. 


12 


35 


Univ. of the South 


25 


32 


Rhodes College 


7-49 


Trinity Univ. 


2 Wins • 8 Losses 



• New Coach: Bob Tyler was named new head 
coach for the fall 2000 season. Ronnie Grey 
was nanned new defensive coordinator. 

• Record Breaker: Jason Parsley broke school 
record for most touchdowns in one season with 



• GTE Academic Ail-Americans: Clay Nelson 
and Billy Williams 

• All-Conference Player: Three time honoree 
George Lumm. 

• National spotlight: Byron Blockwell was 
named the Notional Defensive Player of the 
Week after his efforts versus Centre College. 




FOOTBALL (front) Mil<e McKenzie. Chns Davis, George Lumm, Ron Jurney, Byron Blacl^well, Jason 
Parsley. Clay Nelson. (2nd row) Marty Frascogna, Patrick Cam, Rodenck Hicks, tvlarcus Dudley, tvlike 
Robinson. Allen Cox. David tvlistretta, Dernck McNeal, Craig Bowman, (3rd row) Wayne Brown, Blake 
Huggard. Loren James. Joseph Gomes, Walter Zinn, Chns Sanders. Jonathan Kelly, KentrellStarks. Brent 
LeJeune. Keith Hopkins. Travis Grace. Jed Lumpkin. (4th row) Jahreese Jones, Reggie Young. Dante 
Fleming. Nathan Cross. Jared White. ChnsSchiro, Adam Causey. DernauxGadlin. IVlatthewO'Bryant, (5th 
row) Jeremy Hearn, Ryan Wilbur, Jed Mooney. William Jorden, Michael Ford, Billy Williams, Ryan Ezell, 
Forrest Gnffin, Barrett Dupuy, (6th row) Cary Pierce. Corbin Womac, Sean Smith, OB Stander, Adam 
Burdick, Marty Seib. Ray McNames, Robert McCeIvy, (7th row) Anthony Bullock, Robert Bradley, Steve 
Sloan, Robin Hamby, Matthew Martinez, Tim Tench, (8th row) Mike Muschamp, Jeff Rietz, Matt Yglesias 
Roman Rabourn, Tyler Erb, Walt Lansey, Michael Phillips, Mike Dailey, Randal Owens, fbacWGene Barrett, 
Ronnie Johnson, Keely Mixon, Ryan Brumby, Jamie Temple. Shantelle Suane, Mandy Johnson, Murray 
Burch 



FOOTBALL 99 




• Lindsay Calhoun 

Defender 



FOR THE RECORD 


1-9 


MC 


0-6 


Christian Bros. 


4-1 


Louisiana College 


2-7 


Agnes Scott 


0-6 


Univ. of the South 


0-4 


Centre 


0-3 


MC 


0-3 


East Texas Baptist 


t-2 


Letourneau 


0-6 


Rhodes 


0-3 


Hendrix 


0-12 


Huntingdon 


5-3 


Lagrange 


0-1 


Rose-Hulman 


0-13 


Depauw 


0-10 


Southwestern 


0-9 


Trinity 


2 Wins* 17 Losses 



• Malic Pelly 

Sweeper 
MVP and Best 
Defensive Player 





• Ne>v Coach: Diane Rulewicz 

• Best Road Trip: To San Antonio for conference 
game and fine dining along the Riverwalk. 

•Academic Honorees: Higfiest percentage of 
players on SCAC Honor Roll among conference 
women's soccer teams. 

• Spring Training: Rigorous 6:30 a.m. practice 
and afternoon weight training with Coach Reitz. 

•Most Improved: Laura Hillgartner 




WOMEN'S SOCCER, {from] Gretcfien Gitford, Janet Bradley, Audra 
Tierce, Emilee Broussard, Steffenie Tomlin, [middle! Laura Hillgartner, 
Lauren Houston, Kelli Crossbnd, Emily Merriman, Sara Harris, Trainer 
Mandy Johnson, (back) Christine Koenig, Malta Pelly, Murray Pace, 
Elizabeth Bates, Kate Peorce, Stacy Weaver, Head Coach William 
Lytton. 



' Tracy Gillanders 

Defender 
Scored 2 goals 



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100 



Kate Pearce 

Forward 
Best Offesive 
Player 



• Christine Koenig 

Goalie 

5 1 GAA 




' Murray Pace 

Stopper 
Scored 1 goal 



Emily Merrimon 

Forward 
Scored 3 goals 



SOCCER 101 




• Jim Mayfield 

Sweeper 

Best Defensive Player 



102 




• Marc Smith (12) 
Forward 

Lead scorer- 5 goals 

• Bradford Sutherlin (16) 
Forward 

Scored 4 goals 



• Jason Moss Defender 

• Graham Holly Midfield 

• Sergio Moura- AssI 
Coach 

• Mondy Johnson- Trainer 
' Scott Rowan Midfield 





AOCCe/r 





FOR THE RECORD 


2-0 


Miss. College 


1 





Maryville Univ. 





4 


Christian Bros. 


3 


2 


Louisiana College 





6 


Sewanee 





8 


Centre 





1 


Miss. College 





7 


East Texas Baptist 


2 


6 


Letourneau 


1 


2 


Rhodes 


3 





Hendrix 


1 


2 


Huntingdon 


3 





Lagrange 


3 


1 


Rose-Hulman 


1 


2 


Depauw 





5 


Southwestern 





2 


Trinity 


3-2 


Oglethorpe 


7 Wins • 1 1 Losses 



• All-Conference: Marc Smith named All SCAC; 
Best Offensive Player. 

• Spring Training: Men's team hosted the 
Annual Duke Barby Soccer Tournament in April. 

• Brazil: Eleven men traveled to Brazil to train and 
compete with the vv/orld's finest soccer players 
from Brazillian professional teams, E.G. Vitoria 
and Sporting Recife. 

• A Player's View: "Brazil was an amazing 
experience. I benefitted from the exposure to the 
Brazillian style of play." -Todd Kastner 





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Ion Makey- Midfield 
Darin Muse Forward 



MEN'S SOCCER. UronO Jeremy Greenslade. Graham Holly, 
Marc Smith, John Henry, Jon Robert, Jason Jones. Tim Sheehan, 
Drew Hendon, (middle) Trainer Mandy Johnson, Justin Langlois, 
Bradford Sutherlin, Dann Muse, Daniel Culpepper. Todd Kastner, 
Jim Mayfield, Scott Rowan, Michael Michel. Matt Barrett, Ricky 
Stearnes, (.back) Head Coach William Lytton, Walker Coburn, John 
Solomon, Jason Moss. Ian Makey, Robbie Morrison, Geoff 
Sharbrough. Matt Sharbrough. Ben Allen, Brian Berthiaume. Shane 
Townsend. 



SOCCER 103 



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Setter 
254 Assists 



' Rachel Carter 
Elana Campagna 
Micah Ledbetter 
Nicole Sylvester 



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FOR THE RECORD 


0-3 


West Alabama 


1 


4 


Huntingdon 


3 





Miss. College 


3 





Rust College 


3 





McMurry Univ. 


3 





Stillman College 


3 


1 


Loyola Univ. 





3 


North Central 


3 





Centre 


1 


3 


Emory 


3 





Centre 


3 


1 


Belhaven 


3 


2 


Loyola 





3 


Trinity 


3 


1 


Rhodes 


3 


1 


Hendrix 


2 


3 


Southwestern 


3 





Freed-Hardeman 


4 


1 


Rhodes 


3 





Miss. College 


3 





Oglethorpe 


3 





Sewanee 


3 





Rose-Hulman 


4 


1 


Centre 


1 


4 


DePauw 


3 





Miss. College 


3 


2 


Rhodes 





3 


Concordia 


3 





Belhaven 


3 





West Alabama 


3 


2 


Loyola 


23 Wins • 8 Losses 



• Captains: Seniors Sarah Casey, Rachel Carter, 
Leigh Brosuell. 

* Graduates: First graduating class of four year 
players. 

* Academic Honor: GTE Academic All-Americon 
Sarah Casey. 

• ALL SCAC: 2nd Team All Conference- Elana 
Campagna; 3rd Team All Conference- Leigh 
Brosuell and Sarah Casey. 



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VOLLEYBALL, f/ron/j Claire Coleman, Jill Adorns, Missy Skerttch, Head 
Cooch Peler Co5miano,Elana Campagna, Soroh Bobin, JoAnno 
Barnett, (middle} Leigh Brosuell, Andrea Klevon, Micah Ledbetter, 
Rachel Carter, Helena Doenng, Assistant Cooch Becky Rondell, (bockj 
Nicole Sylvester, Sarah Casey, Natalie Piloto, Natalie Hebert, Andreo 
Gilbert, Mondy Young. 



• Jill Adams 

Outside Hitter 

• Natalie Hebert 

Defensive Specialist 





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104 



Andrea Klevan 

Middle Blocker 
Sarah Casey 
Defensive Specialist 




' Team 

Finished 3rd 
in the SCAC 



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• Jill Adams 

Led the team in service 
aces (61 land kills (338) 



Rachel Carter 

Opposite 
225 Total Kills 



VOLLEYBALL 105 



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FOR THE RECORD 




Men's 


6th 
7tti 
9tti 


MC Family Day 
Choctaw Invit. 
SCAC To urn. 




Women's 


3rd 
4th 
9th 


IV1C Family Day 
Choctaw Invit. 
SCAC Tourn 



• Leaders of the Pack: Women's team captain, 
Elizabeth Rogers; Men's team captain, Damien 
Ducote. 

• Recordbreaker: Elizabeth Rogers broke the 
Holmes Community College 5K Run record with 
her second place finish. 

• Conference competition: Both teams 
traveled to the conference tournament at Hendrix 
College in Conway, Arkansas. 

• Trainer: Mark Livingston from Health South 
conditioned both teams. 



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CROSSCOUNTRY. {hon\] Colquilt Dean, April McGreger, Rachelle 
While, fmidc//ej Bishop Porter, Barbara Tippens, EmilieWien, Kathleen 
Stoner, Wade While, Elizabeth Rogers, (backj Damien Ducole, Chel 
Linehart, Gary Yarborough, Cort Knox, Matthew Greig. 



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106 



April McGregor 




Barbara Tippens 



Matthew Greig 



Colquitt Dean 



CROSS COUNTRY 107 




• Sarah Casey 

Guard 

Led team in free throw 

percentage (.818) 



108 






Aicah Ledbetter 

orward 

weraged 1 7 2 minutes per 

lame 



FOR THE RECORD 


72-43 


Wesleyan 


54 


39 


Univ. of Dallas 


79 


70 


Blue Mountain 


52 


60 


Augustana 


55 


49 


Rust College 


37 


62 


DePauw 


70 


56 


Rose-Hulman 


83 


67 


Judson College 


60 


75 


Oglethorpe 


52 


59 


Centre 


66 


82 


Sewanee 


67 


80 


Rhodes 


40 


99 


Hendrix 


43 


60 


Southwestern 


53 


79 


Trinity 


68 


59 


Oglethorpe 


54 


65 


Emory 


55 


69 


Centre 


50 


85 


Sewanee 


46 


59 


Rhodes 


65 


67 


Hendrix 


57 


64 


Southwestern 


52 


77 


Trinity 


30 


67 


DePauw 


69 


48 


Rose-Hulman 



8 Wins • 17 Losses 




' Cecilia Turner 

Center 

Led team in blocks (19) and 

rebounds (1 8) 



• New Coach: John Stroud took charge of the 
women's program and remained head coach of 
the men's team. 

• Injuries: Captain Keely Mixon and freshman 
Barbara Balla both suffered season-ending knee 
injuries. 

• Double Time: Team doubled wins from 
previous season. 

• Captains: Sarah Casey, Keely Mixon and 
Lindsay Meyer. 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL. Talisha Moore, Deneo Little, Erin Keller, Jennifer 
Sloner, Keely Mixon, Cecilia Turner, Head Coach John Stroud, Assistant 
Coach Becky Rondell, Crystal Helo, Micah Ledbetter, Lindsay Meyer, 
Sarah Casey, Barbara Balla, Lekesha Perry 



BASKETBALL 109 



' Michael Schwitter 

Forward 

Field goal shooting 

percentage of .398 



• Lance Stoner (20) 
Guard 

• Season Ronan 



• Dana Mason 

Guard 

8 steals overa 




' Season Ronan 

FoPA'ard 

1 08 Total Rebounds 



• Travis Ezelle 

Guard 

Started 22 out of the 25 

games 



110 




• Daniel Waguespack 

Guard 

Led the team in average 
points per game (16 0) 
and steals overall (55) 




FOR THE RECORD 



Louisiana College 

Loyola Univ. 

Wesley College 

Austin College 

Huntingdon 

DePauw 

Rose-Hulman 

Loyola Univ. 

Oglethorpe 

Centre 

Sewanee 

Rhodes 

Hendrix 

Southwestern 

Trinity 

Oglethorpe 

Emory 

Centre 

Sewanee 

Rhodes 

Hendrix 

Southwestern 

Trinity 

DePauw 

Rose-Hulman 

13 Wins • 12 Losses 



» Byron Cooper 

Forward 
Averaged 6 6 
rebounds and 
1 2,5 points per 
game 





• All-Conference: Daniel Waguespack was 
named to the All-SCAC Second team. 

•Captains: Travis Ezelle and Season Ronan. 

• Big Wins: First double header sweep on the 
road since 1 996. Wins were over Rhodes and 
Hendrix. 

• Promising Beginnings: Freshman Thomas 
Adams was named to the All Conference 
Freshman Team and received a SCAC Honorable 
Mention. 




MEN'S BASKETBALL. Assisionl Coach Tim Wise, T 
King, Thomas Adorns, Daniel Waguespack, Michael Schwitter, Bryan 
O'Leory, Joe Rogers, Byron Cooper, T Francis, Season Ronan, Dona 
Mason, Jonathan Vines, Marshun Daniels, Lance Stoner, Head Cooch 
John Stroud 



' Thomas Adams 

Forward 

Led team in rebounds (1 70) 



BASKETBALL 111 




I Sally Williams 

Right Field 

Best Offensive Playe 

Captain 



112 



' Emilee Broussard 

Pitcher 

Led in strikeouts (21 ) 



' Courtney Chastain 

Left field 
Captain 




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FOR THE RECORD 


0-8 


Culver Stockton 


0-14 


Culver Stockton 


0-8 


Trinity Univ. 


0-9 


Trinity Univ. 


1-11 


Trinity Univ. 


0-8 


Texas Lutheran 


1-9 


Texas Lutheran 


1-8 


Miss. College 


1-10 


Rhodes 


3-9 


Rhodes 


0-17 


Rhodes 


0-8 


William Carey 


0-8 


William Carey 


0-2 


Louisiana College 


1-10 


Louisiana College 


0-14 


Rhodes 


0-8 


Trinity Univ. 


2-5 


Trinity Univ. 


2-11 


Trinity Univ. 


0-15 


Louisiana College 


3-10 


Louisiana College 


2-4 


Belhaven College 


9-6 


Belhaven College 


2-11 


William Carey 


2-13 


William Carey 


3-11 


Belhaven College 


0-5 


Belhaven College 


1 Win • 26 Losses 



• Beginnings: Inaugural season of women's 
varsity Softball. 

• Coaching Staff: fHead Coach Billy Stack and 
Assistant Coach Cora Rasmussen 

• Victory: The team won its first victory over local 
rival Belhaven College. 

• A Player's View: "Though we were off to a 
disappointing start, the team really had fun all 
season. When we came back and made our first 
victory, we learned that determination and spirit 
are the most valuable qualities that a team can 
have." - SaWy Williams 




SOFTBALL, irfonii Jamie iempie, Caroline Key, Emilee Broussoid, 
Notolie fHebert, Audro Tierce, Christine Koenig, /boc/cl Coach Billy 
Stock, Solly Willidms, Erin Keller, Courtney Choslain, Ann Long, Sora 
Capps, Soroh Casey, Asst Coach Cora Rasmussen. 



Ann Long 

itcher/3rd Base 

Hit first triple/Turned first double 
ploy in Millsops Softball history. 



SOFTBALL 113 




' chat Lenhart 

Pitcher 

Led the team in wins (7-2) 

and strike outs (38) 



• Walker Thrash 

Leil field 

Led the team in 

homeruns (9) 




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FOR THE RECORD 


2-6 


Delta State 


3-15 


Delta State 


9-5 


Salisbury State 


4-13 


Emory 


6-6 


Greensboro 


10-3 


Methodist 


5-3 


Oglethorpe 


10-11 


Southwestern 


3-16 


Southwestern 


3-15 


Southwestern 


2-1 


Hendrix 


6-5 


Hendrix 


8-n 


Hendrix 


13-5 


Christian Bros 


5-8 


Trinity 


4-6 


Trinity 


11-12 


Trinity 


4-2 


Miss. College 


2-3 


Miss. College 


8-4 


Rhodes 


7-3 


Rhodes 


11-17 


Southwestern 


5-9 


Southwestern 


13-1 


Hendrix 


3-2 


Hendrix 


6-3 


DePauw 


7-15 


DePauw 


7-2 


Emory 


2-6 


Emory 


2-4 


Miss. College 


5-8 


Miss. College 


9-8 


Trinity 


3-8 


Trinity 


18-4 


Rhodes 


13-11 


Rhodes 


2-1 


Delta State 


15-5 


DePauw 


9-8 


Rose-Hulman 


2-6 


Southwestern 


2-13 


Trinity 


19 Wins* 20 Losses •! tie 



• Big Win: The big win of the season come over 
Delta State, which was ranked number four in 
Division II standings. 

• Conference Play: At the SCAC tournament in 
Memphis, the team came away with a third place 
finish. 

• Champions: Majors were named Reebok 
Tournament Champions after defeating 
Oglethorpe, Methodist College, and Salisbury 
State in Atlanta. 

• All Conference: Matt Yglesias, Brandon Page, 
Walker Thrash, and Chat Lenhart were all named 
All SCAC. K.K. Aldridge and Taylor Beasley 
received Honorable Mention. 




BASEBALL, (front} Nick Gilbert, Jeff Mitchell, Matt Downer, Moll 
Yqlesias, Chris Pool, Nick Porrish, Molt Chandler, Jay Myrick, Mark 
Chandler, [middle] K K Aldridge, Matt Devereaux, Malt Dowd, Will 
Selman, Brandon Page, Jason Parsley, Joe Lambert, Nathan Russell, 
Tomjacks, Jason Page, (boc/c) Jim Page, Robin Hamby,Jonathon Wise, 
Will Waldrop, Chris Decker, Chat Lenhart, Jason Gruich, Walker 
Thrash, Jason Moss, Taylor Beasley 




• Matt Dowd 

3rd Base 
1 homerun 



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114 



Jay Myrick 




' Nathan Russell, K.K. Aldridge, Mark Chandler, 
Chris Pool, Jeff Mitchell, Joe Lambert, Matt 
Chandler 



Jason Parsley 

Centerfielder 

.980 fielding percentage 



• K.K. Aldridge 

Shortstop 

.360 batting overage 



BASEB.ALI, 115 



' Sadie Gardner 

7-7 in singles 




' Meg Meredith 

7-4 Individual record 



' Andrew Neely 



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• Adam Crawford 

9-4 Singles record 
10-2 Doubles record 



' Marisa Parker 

8-5 Doubles record 





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• Captains: Deanna Lucas- women's team; John 
Sullivan- men's team. 

• Big Win: Women's team defeated Centre in a 
heated match, which came down to the final set of 
Deanna Lucas' singles match. 

• Conference: SCAC Spring Festival held at Rhodes 
College in Memphis, Tenn. 

• Injuries: Men's player, Jonathon Zaperach, 
suffered a season-ending knee injury. 





WOMEN'S TENNIS, [tronl] Erin Pelleteri, DeAnna 
Lucas, Sadie Gardner, Belh Gilfoil, [back] Coach 
Gregg Tripp, Marisa Parker, Amanda Merrill, Meg 
Meredilh, Coacti Peter Cosmiano 



MEN'S TENNIS, [front] Adam Crov^/ford, Trey 
Woodruff, David Yeh, Andrew Neely, [back] 
Coacfi Gregg Tripp, Michael Waters, Ian Makey, 
John Sullivan, Jonathan Zaperach, Coach Peler 
Cosmiano 



FOR THE RECORD 




Women's 


7-2 


Belhaven 


7 


2 


Christian Bros. 


1 


5 


Hendrix 


8 


1 


Huntingdon 


2 


7 


Miss. College 


7 


2 


Austin College 


9 





Belhaven 


1 


7 


Spring Hill 


4 


5 


Coe College 


9 





Christian Bros. 


2 


7 


Hendrix 





9 


Rhodes 


2 


7 


Alcorn State 


5 


4 


Dillard Univ. 


5 


4 


Xavier Univ. 


8 


1 


Rose-Hulman 


3 


5 


Centre 


9 Wins • 8 Losses 




Men's 


6-1 


Christian Bros, 


6 


1 


Hendrix 


3 


4 


Huntingdon 


2 


4 


Miss. College 


2 


5 


Austin College 


7 





Meridian C.C. 





7 


Spring Hill 


3 


4 


Coe College 


1 


6 


Miss. College 


6 


1 


Christian Bros. 




F 


Hendrix 


2 


4 


Rhodes 


1 


6 


Alcorn State 


6 


-1 


Dillard Univ. 


5 


2 


Xavier Univ. 


6 


1 


Rose-Hulman 


6 


1 


Centre 


9 Wins • 8 Losses 



' Michael Waters 

2-0 Individual record 



TENNIS 117 



' Jennifer Hicks 



Ben Bjornerud 




' Wendy Lyons 



Brett Snyder 



• Nick Canale 



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' Amy Janovsky 



Chad Laborde 








• Coach's View: "Michael Bentley epitomizes what 
the student athlete is. He has been selected to the 
SCAC Honor Roll all three years and is graduating 
with a 3.8 in Political Science." -Coach Tim Wise 

• Record: The women's team shot the lowest score 
in its history: 452 at the Caroline Golf Club in 
Madison, MS. 

• Conference Play: The SCAC Tournament Spring 
Sports Festival was held at Rhodes College, April 
26-28. 



FOR THE RECORD 




Men's 


9th 


Pizza Hut Invitn'l 


1st 


Westminster 


6th 


Spring Invitn'l 


18th 


Emory Invitn'l 




Women's 


2nd 


Rhodes 


2nd 


DePauw 





WOMEN'S GOLF. Megan Belt, Jenmler Hich, te 
t^iubblufuJ, Amy Janovsky, Wendy Lyons 



MEN'S GOLF. Bretl Snyder, Idicl Canale, B>en 
B|Oiiieiud, Chad Labofde, Michael Benlley 



' Laura Hillgartner 



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Matt Devereaux 




Playing a sport allows you 
to get close to a great group 
of people and to have fun. 
Basketball has given a lot to 
my college experience. 

Michael Schwitter 




Chris Decker 




Ben Bjornerud 



Anthony Bullock 



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Natalie Hebert 




Caroline Stauffer, Mackey 
Sugar 



Joe Rogers 




Jill Adams, Claire Coleman 



faces & places out & about 



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Shelley Harrigill 



The SAE cheering section 



• NATIONAL RECOGNITION went to 
Kappa Delta Kathleen Cumbest. She was 
awarded one of a few prestigious National 
Order of Omega Scholarships. 

• IPC MADE A CLEAN SWEEP of 
awards at the Southeastern Interfraternity 
Conference, including Judicial Processes, 
Scholarship, and Publications. They also 
claimed the overall Fraternal Excellence 
Award. 

• ANDREW CLARK, a member of Kappa 
Sigma, was elected vice-president of the 
Southeastern Interfraternity Conference. 

• PANHELLENIC women's grade point 
average of 3.137 exceeded the 3.071 
earned by all women. 




Being Greek is a 
good way to 
get involved on 
campus and in 
the community, 
Greek groups 
provide a circle 
of friends, an 
outlet for 
community 
service, and the 
opportunity to 
get others 
involved. 

Kim Parker 



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Bethany Johnson, Enn Keller 

The Jiigli ideals of Chi 
Omega's syiuphony are 
tilings that we all 
strive to achieve; when 
one falters, your sisters 
remain by your side, hi 
leaving Chi Omega, I 
caiuiot begin to thank 
her for the friendships 
that will last a lifetime. 
Erin Keller 




Officers: (front) Erika Garavito. Vice President: Caria Morrison, President: Elizabeth Rogers, Secretary: (back) Bishop Porter, 
Treasurer: Kolie Wegner, Pledge Trainer, Madelyn Fancher, Rush Chair. Vaughan Jinks, Personnel: Erica Marks, Panhellenic 



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National Award of Excellence 9 out of 10 times • Scholarship Trophy • National 
Award of Achievement • 2nd highest chapter GPA in the nation • Raised $2000 
for American Cancer Society at the annual Walk-a-thon • Order of Omega 
Award for Excellence in Academic Programming • 86 members • 32 pledges 



dates places 



Angle Manguno Walk-a-thon - October 2 • Fall Party - November 12 at George 
Street • Eleusinian Ball - February 26 at Banner Hall • Arrange-a-Date - April 
14 at George Street • Owl and Pal Spring Picnic - May 2 



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I don't have prospects, I have victims ... Nothing like a good SUNSET ... Run Noodle Run ... Seduction Queen 



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Michelle Gueringer, Courtney Valentine 

Fall Part}' is one of the 
best parties of the year 
because it's the first 
time our sorority gets 
to do soiiiethiii^ with 
its }iew members. 
Michelle Gueringer 




DELTA DELTA DELTA (front) Rachel Thompson. Kim Parker, Elaine Reyes. Jessica Perkins. Lindsey May. Liz Bertuccini. 
Amy Henry. (2nd row) Tara Chauffe. Sally Williams. Heather Shelton. Katie McGaw. Sarah Martin, Emily Merriman. Elizabeth 
Lutz, (3rd row) Courtney Valentine. Joy Mitchell. Jessie Kneupper. Lindsay Calhoun, Rachel Baird, (back) Brooks Brower, Lilliai 
White. Jill Caruthers. Michelle Guennger. Julie Skipper. Sara Haque. 



facts figures 



$4,000 raised for UMC Children's Cancer Clinic • 3,560 philanthropy hours • 
Delta Underground nationally recognized • 87 members • Freshman of the Year 
• 2 members nationally recognized • 27 initiates • 49 members in honoraries 

dates places 

Annual Homecoming tailgate/parent's brunch on November 6 • Fall Party at 
Hal and Mai's on November 12 • Delta Love Shack at the Ag Museum on 
February 12 • Stars and Crescent Formal at Capitol Club on March 12 



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Ltndsoy Meyef, Andfeo Lucos 

We are just two 
intensities of the Six 
Degrees of Delta Sigtna 
Tlieta-Ultiiuate 
Degree and Quiet 
Storm. We are sisters 
for life and we l<now 
that we can always 
depend on each other 
for anything. 

Andrea Lucas 




DELTA SIGMA THETA Lindsay Meyer, Yamlna Irby, Andrea Lucas, Oreathia C Smith, Karen Jointer, fnot p/cturedJ Crystal 
Berry, Tameka Battle, Sonya Patterson. Bonita Smart, Ife Fitzgerald, 

facts figures 

Angel Tree - December • Participated in Junior Achievement • 2 members 
traveling to Delta Sigma Theta's national convention • National Delta Sigma 
Theta turned 87 on January 13 • Rho Tau chapter turned 7 years old on April 17 

dates places 

Ice Cream Social - October • Greek Forum in Sept. • Millenium raffle and 
party in April • Delta Coming Out Show for new initiates in April • Spring 
Party 2000 in April 



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Lindsav Bennett, Aimee Boudreoux 

Kappa Delta lias 
shown Die how 
rewarding it is to make 
a difference. I can't 
help but smile when 
thinking of the hearts 
my sisters and I touch 
from day to day. 
Aimee Boudreaux 




Officers: ifronO Ashley Avalon, Pledge Education; Katherine Markham, VP Membership: Mary Cathenne Shulil, President: 
Lauren Roberts. VP Public Relations; (.back) Susan Cherry, VP Standards, Molly Jeffcoat, Treasurer: Colleen Graham, 
Panhellenic: Misty Goff. Assistant Treasurer; Emily Olivier, Secretary 



facts figures 



Sorority of Excellence • Excellence in Philanthropy and PR • Greek Woman of 
the Year • Most Distinguished Woman • Outstanding Senator • SBA 1st and 
2nd V.P.* 3 Phi Beta Kappa and 3 Beta Gamma Sigma members •31 Pledges • 
96 Actives • Raised $10,000 in Shamrock Project 

dates places 

Bid Day Sisterhood Retreat • Fall Party at Hal & Mai's, Oct. • Mother/Daughter 
Tea, Oct. • Big Sis/Lil Sis Hunt • Delta Love Shack with Tri Delta at Ag 
Museum, February • Shamrock Golf Tournament, March • Father/Daughter 
Crawfish Boil, March • Emerald Ball at George St. Grocery, March • Senior 
Luau 



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Road Sisters . . .Fare Lany's vocab: *%$#©! . . . Drunk Ballet . . . GrT-TArEL-OUT-TArHE! . . . Caveat Emptor . . . Study Socks 




Keep Pensacola beautiful ... My name is not Tammy! ... Blingl Bling! ... She gets around like a reco 



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Tonyo Pennmglon, Amy Loy 

The sisters of Phi 
Mu are so diverse, 
yet we all come 
together under a 
common ideal. I 
thijik that is what 
makes our chapter 
so special. 
Tanya Pennington 




Officers: (.front) Kim Castille, president: Leslie Davis, vice-president: (.back) Hannah Mashburn. Phi director: Anna Shelton, 
membership: Angela Hobgood. secretary: Angela Payne, Panhellenic: Kristi Joyner, treasurer. 



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facts 

Phi class candy cane sales raised $600 • Rummage Sale raised $1,000 • 
Helicopter drop raised $2,000 • Angela Payne awarded Goldwater Scholarship 
• 3 members inducted into Phi Beta Kappa • 5 members named in the Who's 
Who • 3 members of Mu Phi Epsilon 

dates places 

Madhatter's Ball Fall Party at Muddy Waters, October 13, 1999 • Enchantress 
Ball at the Crowne Plaza, February 26 • Founder's Day, March • Kidnap Spring 
Party at the Ag Museum, April 7 



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Famous Greeks: 

W'illiiim huiilkiicr -ZAL 

Katie Cour'u - AAA 

Felicia Rasluui - AKA 

Louis Gossett, Jr. - AOA 

Harper Lee - XQ. 

Wink Martiihlalc - Kl 

Robert Uricli - AXA 

Georgia O'Keefe - KA 

Elizabeth Dole - AAA 

Aretha Franklin - AL9 

Freil Savage - lAE 

Robert Redford - KI 

Pat Fordice - OM 

Dixie Carter - AAA 

Pearl Buck - KA 

Maya Angelou - AKA 

Gen. George C. Marshall - KA 

Bobby Jones - lAE 

Ellen Gilchrist - xa 

Lionel Richie - AOA 

"The Rappin' Graiuiy" - KA 

David Spade - lAE 

Coretta Scott Ki)ig - AKA 

Bob Dole - KI 

Sela Ward - Xi2 

John Tesh - AXA 

Nikki Giovanni - AI0 

Joyce Carol Oates - <J>M 

George Hamilton - KA 

Horn' S. Truman - AXA 

Jimmy Buffett - KI 

Martin Luther King, Jr. - AOA 



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56'Ki of student body was Greek • Greeks performed over 3,000 hours of community service • 
Greek Week raised $300 for the Runaway Shelter for Teens and $200 for Greek Educational 
Programming Efforts • 22 members of ODK were Greeks • 91 men & 123 women rushed 



dates places 



Greek Week: March 18-24 • March 18 - All Greek Work Day for Habitat for Humanity • 
March 20 - Progressive Luncheon • March 21 - Order of Omega Awards • March 22 - 
Faculty Appreciation Breakfast • March 23 - Panhellenic Badge Day and Silent Auction 
March 24 -Jersey Day, Greek Strut Show 




Panhellenic: (front) Amy Loy. Rachel Baird. Angela 
Payne, Kelly Malpass. Andrea Miller Pound, (back) Erica 
Marks, Julie Lassalle, Colleen Graham. Amanda Blair 
Pullen, Joy Mitchell, Kim Parker. 



IFC: James Ellis, Wade White, Ashton James, Aldan Shank, 
Andrea Miller Pound, Corbin Womac. Chris Hedglin. Adam 
Patterson. Bnan Carpenter 




Rho Chi: (front) 3u\\e Lassalle, Mary Frances Prejean. 
Knsten Babula, Ryan Brumby. fm/dd/eJ Sage Byrd. Laura 
Ferry. Leah Sams. ffaacW Julie Skipper. April Slayden. 
Brooks Brower. (not pictured) Amelia Killcreas, 



Order of Omega: (front) Angela Payne, Julie Skipper, 
Rebecca Abbott. Kelly Sudduth. Caria Mornson. Andrea 
Klevan. April Slayden. Catherine Hall. Erica France, Amy 
Brazda, Lindsay Akers. Lena Palmer, (back) Peyton Hays. 
Bradley Bennett. Jeff Mitchell, Jared White. Wade White. 
Cameron Bell, Cord Campbell 



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(oid Campbell 

The scholarship 
trophy is a symbol of 
the pursuit of 
academic excellence 
among the Greek 
community. We 
were pleased to 
include our name in 
that tradition of 
excellence. 

L. Cord Campbell 




Alpha Phi Alpha. Joshua Johnson, vice-president; Frederick Terry: Donzell Turner; Rodreekas Bush; Dharius Daniels. 
recording secretary/chaplain; Cord Campbell, president; (not pictured) Marcus Dudley, sergeant at arms; Floyd Williams, 
adviser, Auduin Fletcher, adviser, 

facts figures 

Cord Campbell named Greek Man of the Year • Over 100 hours of 
Community Service • Highest Overall Greek GPA • lOO'M) Participation Rate 
With All Activities 

dates places 

Salute to the Beautiful Black Woman • Annual blood drive • Go to High 
School, Go to College • Canned food drive • Greek forum • A Voteless People 
is a Hopeless People 



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Walker Coburn, Blair Burnside 

This year has really 
been different for all of 
us. The whole 
probation thing helped 
us learn new ways to 
have fun. Our overall 
morale was boosted 
despite adverse 
conditions. 

Blair Burnside 




Officers: LtronO Jetf Douglas (VII), Walker Coburn CVI), Michael Waters CVIII). Bobby Cosentino, Rush Chair: Mark Chandlei 
(V), {back) Blair Burnside tlV), Charley Scales CIX), Nathan Dickson (III), Wade White (I). Robbie Mornson (II), 

facts figures 

George C. Marshall National Award for Fraternal Excellence (9 of 11 times) • 
Samuel Z. Ammon National Award for Fraternal Academic Excellence • 7 SBA 
Senators • 2 Phi Beta Kappa members '81 members 

dates places 

Summer Rush Canoe Trip • KA/KD Annual Casino Night, September 30 • KA/ 
XQ. Halloween Swap, October 27 • Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound, February 26 
• Rose Ball in Memphis, November 20-21 • St. Patrick's Day Float Party • Easter 
Egg Hunt 



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Gannon O'Cannon ... Not all gentlemen are KA's, but all KA's are gentlemen ... Oh, what a good job Blair! 



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Andrew Clark, Dr Salli5 

My f}ioti\'atiou for 
tliis presentation was 
that Dr. Sallis is the 
finest professor I have 
had tlie privilege of 
studying under; lie's an 
extraordinaiy scholar 
and a friend whom I 
am proud to call a 
brother in Kappa Sigma. 
Andrew Clark 




Officers: Travis Grace, Grand Scribe; Blaine Riley, Grand Procurator: Jeff Mitchell Grand Master Chns Pool. Grand Master ( 
Ceremonies; Travis Ezelle, Grand Treasurer 

facts figures 

Raised $500 for Muscular Dystrophy Association • 5 members received the 
Kappa Sigma Scholarship/Leadership Awards • Won intramural football and 
volleyball • Spirit Award at Millsaps football game in 1999 • National KI had 
its 600th birthday 

dates places 

Funky Town - November 13 • Deer and Beer - December 3 • Wild Man - Dec. 
4 • Founder's Day at Bourbon and O'Leans -Jan. 22 • Cossa's Ball - Feb. 19 • 
South Seas - April 14-15 



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One of )ny favorite 
tilings about our 
Watermelon Bust 
philanthropy is that it 
allows us to participate 
in a fun activit}' while 
also raising money for 
a great cause. 

Brian Carpenter 




Officers: (front) Sam Sparks, Alumni Correspondent; Ben Hughes. President: Lawrence Ou. Social Chairman: Carter Burns. 
Vice-President; (.middle) Robert Touchstone, Scholarship Chairman: Aldan Shank, Assistant Rush Chairman; Jason Payne, 
Treasurer: Ben Botos, External Affairs; Collin Glldewell, Secretary; (back) Jesse Milnor, Fraternity Educator; Shane Hard, 
Rush Chairman; Brian Carpenter, Rituallst/IFC Chairman; Brian Dixon, Internal Affairs. 

facts figures 

Millsaps chapter started the North American Food Drive • raised 27,000 lbs of 
food for Mississippi Food Network • Watermelon Bust Raised $800 for 
Children's Cancer Clinic 

dates places 

Heaven and Hell Party - September 1 1 • Bubble Party - September 18 • 
Crescent Ball in New Orleans -January 29 • Founder's Day - March 25 • 
Headhunter's Ball - April 15 



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But I passed you like a kidney stone! ... You get 'em Dixon! ... Aw, I hate that for you! ... She's a Picasso 



You're a yearner and a munger! ... The Pulse of Millsaps ... Oh my Gaah, were you still talking? ... Jihad! 




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Founder's Day 
provided current 
brothers with a link to 
their past. It was 
really amazing to see 
how far we've come in 
ten years. 

Brad Lokitz 




Officers: Prasad Vasamsetti. Eminent Recorder; Brad Lokitz. Rush Chairman; Jared White, Eminent Archon; Adam Patterson 
Eminent Deputy Archon; Ryan Bourgeois. Pledge Educator: Justin Arnold. Treasurer. 



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"Fraternity of Excellence" • "Greek Man of the Year" • 10 Year Anniversary • 
23 Pledges • 46 Actives • Chapter GPA: 3.1 • Honor Council and Judicial 
Council Chair • Circle K President • SBA President & Treasurer • IPC Treasurer 

dates places 

Sumonji • Chi-0/SAE Senior Prom at Ridgeland Nursing Home, October • 
Destination Unknown, Lafitte, La., October • Riverboat Party, New Orleans, 
November • Christmas Party, December • Initiation Formal, January • St. Patty's Day 
Party, March • "Founder's Day" Banquet, Ramada Inn, April • Paddy Murphy, April 



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American Beauty 

wins at the Oscars 

Abate. Aileen 5,48, 70.72, 135, 

171 
Abbott, Rebecca 32. 35, 37, 54. 

70, 139, 142 
Abuso. Debbie 39, 70, 135 
Aclieson. Paul 35 
Adams, Elizabetin 3, 58, 70, 129 
Adams, Jacl(ie 70. 129 
Adams. Jill 70. 104. 105. 121. 129 
Adams. John 44. 45 
Adams. Kattiie 67 
Adams. Richard 48. 49. 70 
Adams. Stephanie 35 
Adams. Thomas 31 . 37. 70. 84. 1 1 1 
Addington. Charles 44 
Adkins. Enca 12. 48, 70 
Agga™al.A|ay 44, 45, 69 
Ainsworth, Bo 64 
Ainsworth, Patricia 64. 66 
Akers, Lindsay 6, 35, 54, 135, 142 
Al-Turk, Akram 70, 159 
Alderman. Anna 37 
Aldndge, K K 70, 114, 115, 147 
Alexander, Terrance 29, 30, 49, 54 
Allen, Alayna 30, 31, 70 
Allen, Ben 15, 70, 103, 151 
Allison, Jan 64 
Almo. James 64 
Ambrosek, Christine 51. 70 
Ammon, Theodore 68 
Anderson. Patnck 39. 45. 47. 70. 

151 
Andrews. Kenny 45. 151 
Anwar. Aalia 32. 70. 77, 139 
Anzelmo, Margaret 11, 18, 70. 

125 
Anzola. Mana 32. 70. 97. 135 
Arendale. Shellie 139 
Armstrong. Sarah 68. 69 
Arnett. Stacey 70, 129 
Arnold, Justin 33, 35, 37, 40, 70, 

83, 158, 159 
Arnold, Miranda 70 
Arnngton. Lee 65 
Arligues. Geoff 70. 159 
Asada. Ayako 70. 71 
Asmus. Collin 51, 69 
Atkins, Katy 36, 48, 70, 125 
Austin, Courtney 30, 36, 70, 123, 

139, 171 
Avalon, Ashley 6, 24, 134, 135 



Jackson Bandits 

Hockey Team arrives 

Babin, Sarah 70, 104, 125 

Babula, Kristen 45, 65, 70, 139, 142 

Babula, Steven 102 

Badon, Nicole 19. 53. 70. 80 

Bagwell. Debra 66 

Bahadur. Devinna 135 

Baird. Rachel 70. 128. 129. 142. 

171 
Baker. Diane 44, 69 



Ball, Rachel 3, 39, 53, 70, 129 

Balla, Barbara 71, 109. 129 

Barber, Mary 40, 71 

Barfield, Kim 51 

Barksdale, Kay 67 

Barnes, Tommy 64 

Barnett. JoAnna 41, 71, 104, 

121, 129 
Barnewold. Charles 6. 23, 82, 159 
Barrett. Gene 99 
Barrett, Kalhryn-Meloan 71, 135 
Barrett, Matt 71, 103, 147 
Bartlett. Sarah 71. 129 
Bass. Ashley 66. 67 
Bates, Elizabeth 22, 53, 71, 100 
Batson, Wesley 71, 155 
Battle. Tameka 132 
Baugh, Esther 65 
Baugh, Jim 69 
Baugh, Rebecca 66, 67 
Baxter, Brandon 12, 48, 49 
Beasley, Taylor 114, 115, 151 
Beaugez, Jonathan 151 
Beck, Elizabeth 64, 68 
Seeks, Angela 30, 31, 43, 48, 

49, 71 
Beeler, Jesse D 69 
Bell, Cameron 45, 71, 142, 159 
Bell, Megan 43, 45, 71, 118, 119 
Benedict, Scott 66 
Bennett, Bradley 32, 34, 35,44 

45, 53, 54, 71, 142, 158. 159 
Bennett. Lindsay 48. 71. 134, 135 
Benoil, Brittany 135 
Bentley, Michael 11, 40, 119, 159 
Berry, Crystal 30, 43, 71, 132, 

167 
Berthiaume, Bnan 15, 35, 38, 39, 

54, 65 71, 103 
Bertuccini, Liz 71, 128, 129 
Best, Mark 54 71, 155 
Bettis, Johanna 67 
Bey, George 41, 69 
Bhowmick, Sumon 5, 32, 33, 71, 

81, 87, 159 
Biron, Pascal 46 
Bishara, Elizabeth 18,47,71,86, 

125 
Bishop, Allen 41, 68 
Bjornerud, Ben 71, 118, 119. 120 
Black, Stephen 41, 69 
Black, Will 147 
Blackmon, Christina 71 
Blackstock, Lindsey 32, 35, 39, 

41, 53, 71 
Blackwell, Byron 37, 71, 99, 174 
Blackwood, Doris 67 
Blakeney, Lindsey 71, 135 
Boackle, Paul 159 
Bodron, Jeanne 66 
Bond, Sarah 71 
Bonds, Jennifer 40, 59, 71 
Booth, Jams 64 
Boren. Clifton 71 
Boren. Karen 71 
Bosarge. Jerusha 65 
Boshers. Martha 67 
Botos. Ben 71. 154. 155 
Bott. Melinda 7, 51, 58, 71, 139 
Boudreaux, Aimee 9, 13. 42, 68 

72, 134, 135 
Bourgeois, Ronnie 21, 151 



Bourgeois, Ryan 3, 9, 24, 32, 45, 

72. 158, 159 
Bourgeois, Wade 72 
Bowman, Craig 6, 99, 147 
Boxx, Randy 44, 45, 63. 66. 69 
Boyd, Mary Alice 129 

Bracy, Jackie 64 

Bradford, Rebecca 3, 72, 129 

Bradley Janet 52. 53, 72, 100. 120 

Bradley, Robert 99 

Bradway, John 35. 155 

Brady. Jennifer 67 

Brasuell. Leigh 18. 35.40, 72, 

104, 105. 125 
Brasuell. Toney 151 
Bratton. Lauryn 72. 134. 135 
Brazda. Amy 6. 32, 33, 35, 43, 54, 

72,96,97, 135, 142 
Breazeale, Jennifer 72, 125 
Breland, Shelly 6, 66 
Bresnahan. Paul 72 
Brewer, Julie 135 
Bright. Colin 72. 150. 151 
Brister. Bill 44. 69 
Brooking. Carl 69 
Brooks. Chaunquila 72 
Brooks, Susan 69 
Brouillette, Beau 39, 72 
Broussard, Emilee 11,72,100, 

101. 113. 135 
Brower, Brooks 29, 32, 33, 72. 

128, 129, 142. 171 
Brown. Brooks 44. 45. 155 
Brown. Jenni 48. 49, 50 
Brown, Kristen 60, 69 
Brown. Richard 44 
Brown. Wayne 37. 72. 99 
Browning. Daniel 26. 53 
Browning, Lindsey 72 
Brumby, Ryan 37. 39. 45. 72. 99. 

120. 123. 125. 142 
Brunt. Chris 68 
Bryan. Donna 67 
Bryan. Locke 150, 151 
Bryant, Hayes 24, 45, 147 
Bryant, McCall 72, 135 
Bryson. Jeannie 53. 72. 125 
Buchanan. Loran 67 
Buck. Jane 16. 37. 43. 48. 52. 53, 

72 
Bullock, Anthony 20, 31, 37, 72, 

73, 99, 120 
Buras, Brandy 72, 76 
Burch, Murray 64, 65, 99 
Burck, Chnstian 52, 72 
Burdick,Adam 72,73,82,99,159 
Burke, Kim 44 

Burke, Liz 35, 51, 72 

Burks Stephanie 30,31,32.48. 

49.68.72.81 
Burney. Lou 65 
Burns. Ashley 72, 135 
Burns, Carter 72, 154, 155 
Burnside, Blair 72, 146, 147 
Burrow, Christopher 73 
Busekist, Ryan 27. 73 
Bush, Kelly 73. 125 
Bush. Rodreekas 144 
Butler. Bryant 67 
Buzhardt. Gail 46. 47. 69 
Byrd, Sage 73, 135. 142 
Byrd, Shelly 6, 36, 54, 73, 96, 97 



Carnival performed 
at Millsaps 



Cabell, Jason 147 

Cacheiro, Adolfo 47, 68 

Cadier, Karen 66, 67 

Cam, Eugene 41 , 68 

Cam, Patnck 73, 99 

Caldwell, Richie 37, 53, 73, 151 



Calhoun, Lindsay 20, 22. 100, 

128, 129 
Caminita. Rich 5. 73. 158. 159 
Camp. Tern 26. 49 
Campagna. Elana 104, 105 
Campbell, Connie 13, 41, 42, 69 
Campbell, Cord 35, 39, 44. 45. 

54. 73. 83, 142, 144, 173 
Canale, Nick 73, 118, 119. 159 
Capps. Sara 47. 73. 112. 113, 

129, 174 
Carlisle, Maya 73, 125 
Carpenter, Brian 48, 73, 142, 154, 

155 
Carroccio, Matt 23. 24, 73, 147 
Carsey, Rieker 151 
Carter, Brett 35, 43 
Carter, Kathenne 73, 129 
Carter, Mandy 73, 125 
Carter, Rachel 104, 105 
Carter, Rob 147, 172 
Caruthers. Jill 32. 37. 44. 45, 73, 

128. 129 
Case, Blake 73, 76 
Casey Sarah 35, 55, 73, 95, 104, 

105, 108. 109, 112, 113 
Cashman, Manda 19,26,48,73, 

80, 139 
Caskey, Robert 10,37,48,49, 

53,73 
Castillo, Joey 73 
Castille, Kim 48, 138, 139 
Causey Adam 73, 99 
Chadeyras, Claudine 46, 69 
Chaiban, Guitta 36, 73, 135 
Chalona, Andrew 73, 155 
Chambers, David 10, 55, 65, 67, 

73.78,97, 159 
Chambers, LeAnna 37, 45, 73, 139 
Chandler, Creighton 35, 147 
Chandler, Mark 65, 73, 114, 146, 

147 
Chandler. Matt 73. 114. 147 
Chastain. Courtney 73. 113. 123. 

135 
Chauffe.Tara 29, 74, 128, 129 
Chavez, Jose Luis 74 
Cheek, Cole 12, 48, 49 
Cherry, Susan 35, 74, 134, 135 
Cherryhomes, Jenny 74, 129, 171 
Chisolm, Amelia 51, 74, 129 
Christmas, Felicia 65 
Chzran, Agnes 19 
Clark, Andrew 12, 31. 35. 150, 151 
Clark. Lori 67 
Clark. Melissa 129, 173 
Clay, Emily 48, 139 
Clay, Tora 16. 19.30.31,71.74. 

78.81 
Clay Travis 7. 12. 48 
Clayton. Chnstine 74 
Clegg. Katie 11. 13. 48. 74, 135 
Clifton, Amy 29,35,40,48.55, 

65,74, 129 
Clifton, Jean 48, 51. 74, 75, 129 



Clingan, Michelle 51, 74 
Coburn, Walker 74. 102. 103. 

146. 147 
Coincon, J B 64 
Coker, Cheryl 69 
Coker, J J 48, 51 
Coker, Timothy 25, 49, 68 
Cole, Brant 74 
Coleman, Claire 74, 83, 104, 121, 

125 
Coleman, Judith 74 
Collier, Natalie 30, 31,48, 74.81 
Collins, Cory 45 
Connolly Alex 151 
Conway. John 67 
Coody. Amanda 16.40. 43. 74 
Cook. Betty Jo 139 
Cook. Erin 74 
Cook. Melanie 11. 19. 74, 83, 

128, 129 
Cook, Rachel 31, 74, 135 
Cooper. Alana 74 
Cooper. Byron 17. Ill 
Cooper. Elizabeth 67 
Cooper. Patnck 9. 35, 39. 65. 75. 

171 
Corban. Carta 31. 74. 135 
Corbello. Jordan 74 
Corbin, Chns 11, 74 
Cormick, Yashia 35, 70, 74 
Cosby, Ruthie 65 
Cosentino, Bobby 146, 147 
Cosmiano, Peter 64, 104, 117 
Cotter, Joan 47, 68 
Cox, Allen 74, 84, 99 
Cox, Pat 64 

Crawford. Adam 74. 117. 151 
Crawley. Ken 74 
Cronan.Aimee 48. 74,78. 139 
Cross. Nathan 99. 151 
Cross. Rebecca 139 
Crossland, Kelli 37, 39, 74, 100, 

119, 120, 125 
Crouch, Grace 59 
Culpepper, Daniel 75, 103, 159 
Culpepper, David 69 
Cumbest, Kathleen 35, 37, 39, 

43, 55, 75, 123, 135 142 



Debut of Millsaps' 
Softball Team 

Daiiey, Mike 99 
Daly. Emily 24, 75, 129 
Dance, Gayla 53, 69 
Daniels, Dhanus 31, 144 
Daniels, Julie 65 
Daniels, Marshun 111 
Darsey, Will 31, 75, 147 
Dasinger, Emily 75 
Dauphin, Adele 32, 57, 139 
Davis. Chns 75. 98. 99. 155 
Davis. David C 69. 173 




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Defensive Huddle 



Davis, Leslie 31, 75, 138, 139 

Davis, Micah 75 

Davis, Renae 39, 75 

Davis, Sarah 38, 71,75,88, 125 

Dawson, Mann 43, 58. 73. 75. 125 

Dean, Colquitt 75. 88, 106. 107, 

125 
DeBeukelaer Henfl/ig 45 
Decker, Chns 75, 114. 120 
Dees, Sarah 32, 75, 125 
DeHombre, Al 76 
Delay, Germaine 30, 31. 74. 75 
Denley, Lydia 125 
Denson, Donieale 46 
Devall, Matthew 75 
Devereaux, Mat! 114, 120 
Dickson, Jamie 41 
Dickson, Nathan 22, 75, 146, 147 
Dill, Jessica 31, 135 
Dixon, Brian 154, 155 
Dodd, Julian 8, 39, 75. 139 
Doenng, Helena 75, 104, 105, 129 
Dollacker, Emily 75, 135, 164 
Dominick, Treuty 47, 75, 129 
Donner, Matt 114 
Doshier, Beth 6, 96, 97, 135 
Douglas, Jeff 32. 43. 75, 146, 147 
Douglass. Lane 7, 32. 33. 41. 53. 

74, 75, 139 

Dowd, Matt 45, 114, 151 
Drysdale, Carol 48 
Dubose, Phillip 45, 147 
Oubuisson, Billy 15,16, 51,75 
Dubuisson, Liz 14, 37, 51, 55. 65, 

75, 79, 139 

Ducole, Damien 26, 39. 45, 75. 106 
Dudley. Marcus 30, 31, 98. 99, 

144 
Dugger Brooke 51 
DuMonlier, Joe 147 
Dunagin, Lauren 40, 47, 75 
DunavanI, Leigh 5 
Dunkel, Brian 75, 155 
Dunn. Matthew 75 
Dupont, Josh 48, 49 
Dupuy, Barrett 99 
Duran, Michael 75, 147 
Durden, Tracie 69 
Dzugan Sergey 19, 43. 53 80 



Elian Gonzales 

scandal with Cuba 

Easley Rebecca 40. 48, 49. 50. 

51, 76. 129 
Eaton, Kelly 27, 76, 125 
Ebarb, Brian 53, 76 



Eckhardt, Livia 76, 135, 164 
Edwards, Sandra 69 
Edwards, Scott 45. 147 
Edwards, Wendy 76. 129, 173 
Eeds, Gary 76 
Egolf, Jim 69 

Elliott, Esther 39, 47. 48. 139 
Ellis. James 6, 76, 142, 147 
Erb, Tyler 76. 99, 151 
Enckson, Will 76, 147 
Estes, David 45, 147 
Evans, Denesha 48, 49, 76 
Evans, Leonard 76 
Evans, Mariana 76 
Ezell. Ryan 99, 151 
Ezelle, Travis 21, 45, 110, 111, 
150 151 

Final Answer: Who 

Wants to be a 
Millionaire'? 

Pagan, Colleen 33, 39, 75, 76 
Fairchild, Scott 76 
Faison, Jerry 65 
Falgout, Rachel 53, 135 
Fancher, Madelyn 124. 125 
Farish, Coralie 17. 139. 168 
Farrell. Betsy 12. 24. 25. 35, 37, 

48,49,57,65,76. 135 
Farns. Alton Brad 35. 43 
Faucett. Arien 76 
Feanng-Reid. William 147 
Felger, Shaun 48. 49. 51. 53 
Felo, Andrew 44. 45, 68 
Fermon. Priscilla 46, 69 
Ferrell. Chnsty 76 
Ferry, Laura 30, 32. 35, 39 135, 

142 
Ficara, Caroline 48, 61, 76, 139 
Fikac, Aaron 76 
Finelli, Robin 129 
Fischer, Nathan 76. 155 
Fish, Lauren 53. 76 
Fite. Jamie 76. 147 
Fitzgerald. Ife 132 
Flattmann, Grady 27, 65, 76 
Flautt, Bolton 45, 151 
Fleming. Dante 99 
Fletcher, Auduin 144 
Fletcher, Devon 76, 125 
Floyd, Lindsay 76, 135, 164 
Flynt, Nell 66, 67 
Fonlenelle, Sarah 6, 37, 38. 39 

55, 76, 125 
Ford. Corey 154, 155. 173 
Ford. Drew 9. 53, 76, 171 
Ford, Michael 99 



Forster, Kelle 53, 79, 125 

Fortenberry, Don 37, 39, 66 

Foss, Bndget 76, 139 

Fowler, Alan 76 

France, Erica 1 . 3, 32. 33, 39. 40. 

55, 76, 129, 142 
Francis, Preston 76, 147 
Francis, T 16, 20, 77. Ill 
Franey. Laura 69 
Franklin, Derrick 64, 65 
Frascogna, Marty 99, 147 
Freeman, Naomi 67 
Freis, Catherine 46, 69 
French, Brian 77 
Fretwell. Gary 63. 64 
Fukuma, Junko 75 
Fussell, Natalie 77. 139 

George Clinton and 

the P-Funk Band at 
Major Madness 

Gadd. Morgan 51 68 

Gadlin, Derriaux 10.15,30.77.99 

Gagliano, Paul 35, 50. 51. 59. 61, 

65.77,78, 123. 147 
Gaines, John 66, 67 
Galaty Michael 69 
Galicki, Stanley 69 
Gamble, Lica 24, 25. 48. 65, 77, 

79, 85. 139 
Gann. Delbert 35. 69 
Gannon. Nathan 147 
Garavito. Enka 9, 25. 45, 65, 77, 

124, 125 
Gardes, Lam 77 
Gardes, Lauren 47, 125 
Gardner, Sadie 77, 116, 117, 135 
Garrett, Kathleen 77, 96. 97. 135 
Garrett, Lauren 41.46,52,53,91 
Garrett. Paula 35. 41. 66. 69 
Gatlin. Robert 26, 48. 49. 77, 147 
Gavioli. Robbie 147 
Gay. Jonathan 45, 151 
Gaylord, Ryan 30. 31. 33, 77, 159 
Gee, Burrell 155 
Gibbons, Daniel 22. 45. 154. 155 
Gibson, Corbetl 151 
Gibson, Nola 35, 66 
GIfford, Gretchen 11,77,78,85, 

100, 129 
Gilbert, Andrea 16, 77, 104 
Gilbert, Nick 77, 114 
Gilfoil, Beth 77. 88, 95, 117, 125 
Gillanders, Tracy 25. 65, 100, 

129, 171 
Gillette, Clare 40. 48. 49. 129 
Ginter, Judy 67 



I. ivens, William "Buddy" 34, 35. 

55, 77 
Gleason, Michael 46. 69 
Glidewell. Collin 35. 39. 48. 49, 

53. 77, 154. 155 
Glumb, Sharon 37, 64 
Gober, Cheri 65 
Goel. Shikha 77 
Goff, Knsty 77, 125 
Goff, Misty 12, 77, 134, 135 
Gomes, Joseph 77, 99 
Gomez, John 77 
'lonsalves. Denise 30 
i.oode. Jim 14, 17, 34, 35, 41,43, 

77 
ijosnell. Nelson 150, 151, 165 
ijoswami. Shelly 31, 37, 77 
Grace. Travis 77. 99, 150, 151 
Graham, Bryant 77 
Graham, Colleen 43, 77, 134, 

135, 142 
Grammer, Knsty 77 
Grantham, Roane 69 
Graves. James 30, 72, 77 
Gray, Ronnie 64 
Green, Andrea 46, 47, 78, 123, 

129, 171 
Greenburg, Mark 69 
Greenslade, Jeremy 78, 103, 151 
Greer. David 78. 151 
Gregory, Allyson 15,31,48,78, 

135, 164 
Greig, Matthew 43, 49, 78, 81, 

106, 107, 159 
Grey, Ronnie 95, 99 
Gnffin. Eric 35. 40, 41, 68 
Gnffin, Forrest 78, 99, 151 
Gnffith, Bria 30, 31, 45 
Grimmett, Adam 6, 31, 78, 147 
Grimsley, Shannon 66, 67 
Gnswold, Kenneth 39, 48, 72, 78 
Groves. Joey 78 
Grubbs, Ray 44. 53. 69 
Gruich, Jason 114. 158, 159 
Guennger, Michelle 32, 47, 78, 

128, 129 
Guidry, Brandon 3, 32, 33, 37, 50, 

51, 59, 78, 147, 171 
Guidry, Rem 78, 129 



George Harmon 

retires 

Hable, Becky 41, 78 

Haggard, Scott Ryan 44, 45, 78, 

151 
Halat, Leslie 78, 129 
Haley, Melanie 39 
Hall, Cathenne 9, 30, 31, 34, 35, 

44, 55, 78, 135, 142 
Hall, Jason 44 
Halliwell, Justin 27. 46, 78 
Hamby, Robin 99. 114. 147 



Hamilton, Heather 139 
Hancock, Amanda 37, 172 
Hanes, Joshua 41. 53. 78 
Haney Mary Lambdm 34, 35 
Haney. Paul S 35 
Hague. Sara 40. 78. 128. 129 
Hard. Shane 78. 154. 155 
Hardcastle, Ann 47, 68 
Hardwick, Stephanie 78, 135 
Hardy, Katie 8, 14. 30, 37, 40, 48, 

53, 78, 80, 129 
Hardy. Zeph 45, 78 
Harkins, Ann 67 
Harmon. George 35. 62.174 
Harper, Tracy 78. 125 
Harrigill, Shelley 9. 32. 36. 37. 47. 

65.78.86. 123, 125 
Harrington, Grace 67 
Harris, Allison 30, 35. 37. 38, 78 
Harris, James 41, 69. 159 
Harris, John 65 
Harris, Sara 78, 82, 100, 101. 

129, 170 
Harris, Thomas 159 
Harriss. Kaiser 26. 37, 78 
Harvey, Bridget 51. 78 
Hastings, Laura 37. 48. 49. 78. 139 
Hays. Peyton 35, 39. 43, 79. 159 
Heard, Mary 35, 58 
Hearn, Jeremy 99. 151 
Heathedy. Carol 66 
Hebert, Natalie 79, 104, 113, 121 

128, 129 
Hedglin, Chnstopher 32, 79, 142, 

151 
Helo Crystal 79, 108. 109. 120. 125 
Henderson, Mettie 65 
Henderson, Tom 64, 68 
Hendon, Drew 103 
Hendrick. Ann 65 
Hendricks, Lame 79, 125 
Henry, Amy 128 
Henry, John 79, 103, 151 
Hicks, Jason 41, 79 
Hicks, Jennifer 50, 53, 77. 79. 

118. 119, 125 
Hicks, Roderick 99 
Highfill, Dick 13, 42, 69 
Hill, Rebecca 79 

Hillgartner. Laura 11, 79, 100, 118 
Hinton, Brandi 43, 44, 79, 125 
Hobdy Cedric 79 
Hobgood, Angela 32, 77, 79, 138, 

139 
Hoggatt, Isaiah 37, 79,158. 159 
Hogue, Jane 34. 35. 65. 67 
Holley, Melissa 39, 45. 79 
Holloway. Helen Kay 69 
Holly, Graham 23, 31, 37, 79. 

103, 147 
Holtson, Erin Kate 51 
Honican, Jennifer 8. 21, 79, 125 
Hooker. Amanda 79. 125 
Hooker, Brad 159 
Hooks, Steven 79. 151 




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index 



Hopkins. Keith 1, 98, 99 
Hopkins. Nancy Eddy 69 
Horn. Larry 66 
Houston. Bronwen 31, 129 
Houston, Lauren 11, 65, 79, 100, 135 
Houston, Tracie 30, 37. 125 
Howard. Hillary 79 
Huddleston. April 79, 135 
Hudson, Amber 40, 47, 79, 87 
Hudson, Shanell 56 
Huff, Ashley 12, 79. 135 
Huff. Kimberly 79. 135 
Huggard. Blake 45. 79, 99, 151 
Hughes, Ben 79, 154, 155 
Hulsey, Betty 171 
Hunter, Unco 65 
Hurder, Rose 23, 40, 79, 129 
Hurley, Ashley 57 
Hutchinson, Drew 16, 79 
Hyatt Hugh 44, 53 



Internet claimed 
"in vented" by Al Gore 

Ingram, Barrett 8, 12, 48, 79 
Ingram, Brooke 40, 53, 80 
Irby, Yamina 80, 132 
Isbell, Heather 40, 58, 80 
Italiano. Regina 65 
Ivancic. Nikki 37. 43, 80 
Ivers, Leslie 65 

Jermaine 32,48, 80, 155 



ivy 



John F Kennedy, 

Jr. dies in plane ctash 

Jabour, Ned 37, 39,40,41,43, 

80, 159 
Jacks. Tom 114, 120, 151 
Jackson, Barry 66 
Jackson, Brian 66 
Jackson, Candace 80, 96, 97, 135 
Jackson, Dionne 80. 81, 96, 97 
Jackson. Paula 34. 39. 45 
James. Ashton 45, 142, 147 
James, Beth 66, 67 
James, Loren 15, 80, 99, 147 
James, Patrick 65 
Janicek, Matt 151 




Anne MacMaster, Marisa 
Parker 

Janovsky, Amy 37, 80, 84. 1 1 9, 1 39 
Jeffcoat. Molly 24. 31. 36. 37, 39, 

46, 47, 80, 134, 135 
Jensen, Chnstian 80, 147 
Jinks, Vaughan 11 , 30 32, 52, 53. 

74.80. 124. 125 
Johnsey. Molly 8. 80 
Johnson. Angela 64 
Johnson, Bethany 124, 125,172 
Johnson, Delories 64 
Johnson, Janet 76, 95 
Johnson, Josh 30, 45, 64, 82, 144 
Johnson, Mandy 80, 99, 100, 103, 129 
Johnson, Oscar 65 
Johnson. Percy 64 
Johnson. Ronnie 80, 99, 151 
Johnson, Rose 65 
Jointer. Karen 87. 132 
Jones, Christy 25, 139 
Jones, Emily 129 
Jones, George 65 
Jones, Jahreese 30, 71, 80, 99 
Jones, Jason 103 
Jones, Kimberley 8,80, 135 
Jones, Knsty 24,37,80, 125, 172 
Jones, Mary Louise 69 
Jones, Robert 69 
Jones Sara 80, 135 
Jones, Tiffany 173 
Jones, Tommie 65 
Jordan. Janice 51 
Jorden. Will 14. 71. 30, 80, 99 
Josef. Jason 80. 86, 159 
Joseph, Jane 69 
Joyner. Knsti 23. 29. 32. 33. 39. 
45. 80.81. 138. 139. 171 




Junkin. BIythe 80. 135 
Junkin. Jordan 80. 135 
Jurney Ron 64, 99 



Kiplinger's rates 
Millsaps #69 

Kahn, Robert 47, 69 
Kalkbrenner. Amy 80. 139 
Kastner. Todd 102. 103 
Kasthuri. Pennkulam 172 
Kavanaugh. Drew 80 
Kearney. Erick 64 
Keller. Enn 32, 80, 108, 109. 112, 

113, 124. 125 
Keller. Gail 66 
Kelly. Jonathan 20. 99 
Kern. Aution 64 

Key Caroline 80. 112. 113. 125 
Khandker, Asif 69 
Kidd, John 80 
Kilgore, Jonathan 16,36,37,48, 

49. 81. 159 
Killcreas. Amelia 19. 37.65. 81 

129. 142 
Kimbel. Ricara 81, 91 
King, Riley 45, 111 
King, Sam 30, 39, 65, 81, 159 
King, Stephen 64 
Kinget, Holly 29, 81, 86, 135 
Kinzeler, Erin 73, 139 
Kirk, Alan 155 
Kirkwood, Ben 64 
Kitlrell, Heather 78,81, 128, 129, 

171 
Klevan, Andrea 35, 38, 39, 104, 

105, 125, 142, 172 
Kneupper, Jessie 48, 51, 81, 86, 

128. 129 
Knicely. Josh 81. 151 
Knight, Quincy 65 
Knox, Cort 5, 65, 81. 106. 159 
Koenig. Chnstine 20, 77, 81, 100, 

101, 113, 139 
Krabbe, Judith 46, 69 



Lovebug virus 
sweeps the planet 

Laborde Chad 119, 151 

Lacallade, Janine 48. 135 

Lacouture. Susan 41. 129 

Ladner. Aaron 45. 147 

Lagarde. Andrew 147 

Lamb. William 44. 68 

Lambert. Adam 13. 47. 81, 147 

Lambert, Joe 3, 36, 81, 114 

Lane, Laura L 81 

Lane, Laura S 5,33,41,48,49, 

81, 135, 171 
Lane, Mary Helen 139 
Lang, Dana 65 
Lang, Joe 155 
Langley, Janet 34, 35, 66 
Langlois. Justin 81. 103, 151 
Lansey, Walt 99, 146. 147 
LaRochelle. Amanda 35 
Larsen, Carolee 68 
Lasoski, Liz 24, 32, 33, 43, 81, 

96,97, 121. 135 
Lassalle. Julie 32,65. 81, 85, 

139, 142 
Latil, Nathan 147 
LeBlanc, Chnssy 81 
Ledbetter, Micah 81. 104. 109. 125 
Lee, Jason 33 
Lee, Martha 66 
Leech, Will 159 
Lefavor, Brent 51, 69 
Lehman, Wesley 24, 147 



Leinweber, Ashley 41. 81 
Leist. Jennifer 35 
LeJeune. Brent 81. 99 
Lenhart, Chat 81, 106, 114, 151 
Levy. Bnttany 12. 70, 125 
Lewis, Frankie 65 
Lewis, Roberta 65 
Licata, Nick 21. 151 
Lienberger. Janet 67 
Liles, Mary Emrey 81, 124, 125 
Linehan, Wayne 69 
Little, Denea 58, 81, 83, 109 
Little. Neecy 36 
Little. Scott 36 
Litton. Jeremy 19. 81. 159 
Livingston. Mark 106 
Lloyd, Sarah 46, 81 
Lokitz, Brad 17.32.37.40.53. 
81, 158, 159 

Long, Ann 27, 81, 113, 135 

Lowery, Patrick 147 

Loy, Amy 8,48, 78, 81, 138, 139, 
142 

Lucas, Andrea 30,31,65,81,132 

Lucas, Cooper 82, 147 

Lucas, DeAnna 37, 44.82, 116, 
117, 125 

Lucas-Taucher, Frances 61, 174 

Luckett, Johnny 65 

Ludlow, Katnna 50, 82 

Lumm, George 57, 82, 98,99, 
147, 172 

Lumpkin, Jed 51, 82, 99, 151 

Lutz, Elizabeth 14. 24. 37.82. 
128. 129 

Lyie. Mattie 64 

Lynch. Mark 69 

Lyons. Wendy 11. 37, 82, 118, 
119, 125 

Lytton, William 64, 100, 103 



Microsoft found 
guilty of monopoly 

MacMaster, Anne 69, 168 
Madakasira, Anita 139 
Maddox, Rusti 45, 172 
Maddox. Shea 41. 65. 82 
Madison. Larry 64. 69 
Madjiesi. Rachel 82. 135 
Magee. Cheguetta 67 
Magee. Stan 32, 33, 171 
Maggard, Annie 48, 82, 125 
Maisel, Julie 69 

Makey Ian 82, 103, 116, 117, 147 
Malpass, Jessica 37, 82, 125 
Malpass, Kelly 31,39,41,82, 

125, 142 
Mann, Debora 43, 69 
Manuel, Leslie 37, 45, 125 
Manzie. Nikiesha 65 
Mareno, Susan 7. 31. 37, 39. 56. 

82, 135 
Markham, Katherine 45, 82. 134. 

135 
Markley. Mary 66 
Marks. Danny 147 
Marks, Enca 79,82, 124, 125, 142 
Marrs, Suzanne 69 
Marshall, Annah 37,39,48,70, 

82.83, 135 
Marshall, Donna 82 
Martin, Daniel 147 
Martin, Emily 35, 51, 59, 171 
Martin, Georgianna 26, 37, 64, 125 
Martin, Jeanne 37, 43, 48, 49. 82. 

129 
Martin, Sarah 82. 128, 129 
Martinez, Matthew 99 
Mashburn, Hannah 16. 32. 33. 

46.48.65.74,79,82. 138. 139 
Mashnilskiy Aleksey 39, 53, 76, 82 



Mashnitskiy, Artem 19, 53, 82 

Mason. Dana 27. 82. 110. 111. 159 

Massey Darnck 82 

Mathis. Katherine 69 

Matthews. Baron 82. 159 

May. Joseph 44 

May. Lindsey 29. 40. 45. 82. 128. 

129. 171 
Mayes. Kevin 31 , 82 
Mayfield, Jim 82, 95, 102, 103 
Mays, Allison 68 
McAfee, Sarah 11, 82 
McCall, Mike 83 
McCariey R W 68 
McCarty. John 69 
McCeIvy Robert 77, 83, 99 
McClain, Jim 83, 147 
McClellan, Amy 17, 45, 129 
McClendon, Lynda 64 
McDonald, Boty 69 
McDonald, Enc 45, 48. 83 
McDonald. Jason 64. 83 
McDonald. Vickey 66, 67 
McElvaine, Robert 58, 68 
McGaw, Katie 32, 40, 83, 128, 12' 
McGehee, Anna Catesby 37,41, 

83. 125 
McGregor. April 106, 107 
McGregor, Diana 67 
McGuire, Sarah Lea 43, 68 
Mcintosh, Debra 64 
McKay, Nancy 67 
McKenzie, Katherine 83, 124, 12! 
McKenzie, Mike 98, 99 
McKeown, James 43, 68, 69 
McKinnis, Samantha 16,27,41, 

88, 125 
McLeod, John 51, 59 
McLin, Jaesa 40 
McMullan, Cnssie 82 
McMullen, Leanne 83 
McNair, Lucy 83 
McNames, Ray 99 
McNeal, Dernck 29, 31, 32, 83, 

99, 159 
McNeil, Sarah Katherine 56,83,12 
McRaney, Rebecca 82, 83, 129 
Medcalf, Chris 83, 86, 155 
Mehrtens, Brett 61,83, 139, 171 
Melvin, Knstin 83, 125 
Meredith, Meg 83, 116, 117, 124 

125 
Merriman, Emily 18,83, 100, 1C 

128, 129 
Merntt, Amanda 21, 83, 87, 116, 

117. 125 
Metcalf. Joy 35. 56. 65. 83. 13 
Meyer, Lindsay 30, 76, 83, 108 

109, 132 
MezzelLAnn 139 
Michel, Michael 83, 103, 147 
Michot, Effie 83 
Middlelon, Jeanne 35, 69 
Miles, Jaime 35, 125 
Miles, Ryan 81, 87 
Miller, Carey 83 
Miller, Chad 41, 53, 83, 155 
Miller, Greg 69 
Miller, Matt 74, 83 
Milnor, Jesse 154, 155 
Misenar, Seth 41. 46 
Mistretta. David 99. 151 
Mitchell. J T 83 
Mitchell. Jeff 13.21.31.32, 37, 

41,83, 114, 142. 150. 151 
Mitchell. Joy 22.83. 128. 129. 1^ 
Mitias. Marcus 47 
Mixon. Keely 83,99, 108, 109, 1 
Miyamoto, Ryula 51, 84 
Moak, Elizabeth 49, 68 
Mobley Sandi 64 
Modak, Robika 3, 84, 135 
Moffett, David 24, 84, 159 
Mongesku, Adam 84, 154, 155 



168 




Dr Walter Neely, Andrew Neely 



/loody, Jill 84. 139 

/looney, Jedadiah 84, 99. 151 

toore, Charles H 69 

/loore Michelle 129 

/loore, Miranda 84. 129 

/loore Talisha 38, 84. 108. 109 

/lorgan. Claire 41, 125 

/lorgan, Dana 129 

/lorris, Samuel 69, 155 

torrison, Caria 53, 84. 124. 125. 

142 
tornson, Robbie 32, 43, 84, 103, 

146, 147 
/lornson. Thomas 69 
/losley Albert 69 
/loss, Jason 37, 84, 95, 102, 103, 

114 
/lott, Jared 17, 84 
/lotts, Jeremy 38 
/loulder, David 44, 45 
/loura, Sergio 103 
/lurphy, Steven 84 
/lurphy Tom 15, 30, 31, 80, 84 
/luschamp, Mike 99 
/luse, Darin 84, 103, 147 
Ayers. Vicki 13, 37, 39,46, 48, 

49, 81, 84 
/lyrick. Jay 114, 115, 147 



Mapster.com hits 
ampus 

Jagai, Kousuke 51 84 

Japier, Eric 44, 65 

\lash, Janice 69 

Jations, Dawn 66 

ilavarre, Eric 20 

Jeal, Kendall 79, 84 

vieely. Amy 43, 84 

■leely, Andrew 116, 117, 169 

Jeely, Katy Morgan 84, 135 

teely, Walter 44,45, 69, 169 

Jegandhi, Lata 84, 139 

vieidlinger, Nicole 35 

\lelms, Floy 67 

vielson, Anna 45, 84, 125 

vielson. Clay 10, 56, 84, 99, 147 

*Jelson, Michael 84 

kelson, Rebecca 19, 84, 129 

viemecek, Alice 42, 171 

Kevins, Robert B 43, 68 

viewell. Wilbert 64 

^Jewkirk, Tanya 69 

viewman, J T 45, 84, 151 

vIgo, Vinh 17, 84 

viguyen, Binh 39, 72 

Nicholas, Mandy 23, 26, 39, 41,84 

Nichols, Todd 35. 147 

Mix, Peter 18, 22, 84, 146, 147 

Moble, Nash 58 

sjorman. Major 40 

Morris, David 48, 49, 84 



Northington, Kamani 79, 84, 129 

Olivia Protest over 
tenure 

O'Beirne, Meg 12, 22, 27, 32, 35, 

37, 38, 39,44, 56, 135 
O'Beirne, Ryan 85, 147 
O'Bryant, Matthew 99 
O'Carrol, Catherine 44 
O'Dell, Andrew 48, 61, 85 
D'Kelly, Amanda 35, 66, 67 
O'Kelly, Cody 31, 45, 151 
O'Leary, Bryan 46, 85, 111 
O'Neal, Enn 135 
Odem, Shelly 21 
Odom, Jeremy 24 
Ogden, Rob 46 
Oglesby, Judy 67 
Olivia. Leanora 41. 69 
Olivier. Emily 10. 32.44,45,47, 

52, 53,85, 123, 134, 135, 171 
Omo-Bare, Iren 41, 69 
Oscar Jacklyn 65 
Oshinsky Leah 85 
Ostenrude, Martha 35, 139 
Ou, Lawrence 19,47,85,154, 

155 
Owens, Randal 99 



Peanuts creator 
Charles Shultz diec 



Paasch, Valerie 23, 40, 85, 129 
Pace, Murray 31, 32, 85. 100. 

101, 135 
Page, Brandon 21, 114, 115 
Page, Hannah 17, 85 
Page, Jason 114 
Page, Jim 64, 65, 114 
Page, Judith 35, 63, 68 
Palmer, Lena 32, 33, 35, 39, 56, 

85, 139, 142 
Parker, Al 66 
Parker, Kim 6, 31, 34,40,41, 43, 

53, 58.85, 123, 128, 129, 142 
Parker, Marlon 85 
Parker, Mansa 85, 116, 117,168 
Parks, Jim 64 
Parnsh, Nick 85, 114 
Parsley Jason 98, 99, 114, 115, 151 
Parsons, Timothy 51,85 
Patel, Darsit 45, 52, 85 
Patel, Jinal 85 
Patterson, Adam 31,32,45,85, 

87, 142, 158. 159 
Patterson, Sonya 132 
Paul, Ryan 5, 85, 110. 159 
Paulson. Jay 155 
Paxton, Cnssy 31, 85, 135 



Payne. Angela 24,37,42.43,74, 

84,85, 138, 139. 142 
Payne. Jason 53, 154, 155 
Pearce, Kale 30, 32, 85, 95, 100, 

101, 135, 171 
Peede, Jon 67 
Pelleten, Enn 53,85,88, 116, 

177, 125 
Pelly, Malia 85, 100, 135 
Pennebaker, Leigh 1, 70, 85 
Pennington, Tanya 3, 39, 58, 85, 

138, 139 
Perkins, Jessica 22, 32, 85. 128. 

129 
Perkins. Joseph 85 
Perry, Denise 135 
Perry. Lekesha 85, 109 
Pesson, Hillary 26, 129 
Peters, Bridgette 135 
Pham, Thomas 74, 75, 166 
Phelps, Raymond 69 
Phillips, Michael 85, 99, 151 
Philpot, Kristal 86 
Pierce, Cary 32, 45, 99, 159 
Pilato, Natalie 86, 104, 129 
Pilgrim, John 63, 67, 69 
Pitt, Tom 86 

Pool, Chns 114, 115, 150, 151 
Poole, Callie 86 
Poole. Edward 86 
Porter. Bishop 17. 86. 106, 124, 125 
Pound, Andrea Miller 13, 32, 142, 

171 
Powell, Davis 45, 150, 151 
Powell, Enn 22,96,97, 134, 135 
Prejean, Mary Frances 32, 86 

135, 142 
Prenshaw, Penelope 44 69 
Pnce, Noel 86 
Pringle, Michael 147 
Proctor, Greer 13, 65, 67, 129 
Pryor, Shannon 45, 124, 125 
Pullen, Amanda Blair 40, 85, 86, 

135, 142 
Pullen, Sandi 35, 52, 56, 86, 139 
Punfoy Maggie 71, 86 
Purser, Jimmie 69 
Purvis, Benjamin 86 

Homecoming 
Queen: Lindsay 

Whitfield 

Ouigley, Brendan 27, 30 32, 53, 

70, 86, 159 
Ouinn, Ashley 86 
Quinn, Melissa 15, 65, 86 
Quinn, Timothy 69 

Renovations on 

campus 

Raanes, Brady 13, 86, 147 
Rabai, Colette 6, 37, 41 , 43, 53, 

86, 139 
Rabourn, Roman 3, 19, 73, 86 

99, 121, 159 
Rainey, Annie A 65 
Ranck, Caroline 13, 25, 37, 86 
Randall, Chns 9, 10, 65, 86, 159 
Randell, Becky 64, 104, 108, 109 
Randman, Bennett 69 
Rao, Brinda 15, 16, 43 
Rare, Anna 172 
Rare, Luke 172 
Rasmussen, Cara 64, 66, 95, 

113. 171 
Ray Darby 53, 69 
Ray. Starlight 14. 16.43.53, 78. 

86. 139 
Ray Stephanie 46, 80, 86 



Redd, Amy 78, 86 
Reddoch, Jason 46 
Redmond, Daniel 13, 86 
Reed, Rebecca 86, 88, 135 
Reid, William 86 
Reine, Virginia 139 
Reiners. Gretchen 37 
Reitz. Jeff 37, 64, 65. 99. 100 
Relan, Ricky 12, 19, 174 
Rendfrey. Fred 51, 159 
Revels, Rebecca 86. 96. 97. 135 
Reyes. Elaine 37. 44. 45, 86, 128, 

129 
Reynolds, Stacy 86 
Rhodes, Carolyn 65 
Rhymes, Mia 31, 48 
Rhymes, Sandy 171 
Rich, Daniel 159 
Richards, Rachel 53, 72, 86, 129 
Richardson, Kevin 14 
Riddell, Jana 87, 139 
Riley Blame 45, 86, 150, 151 
Ringer, Amanda 40, 139 
Rivers, Emily 40, 85, 87, 129 
Rivers, Janes E 35 
Roberson, Anne 87, 125, 172 
Robert, Jon 103 
Roberts, Edwin 15, 24, 151 
Roberts, Jess 19, 31, 32, 41, 87 

147 
Roberts, Lauren 87, 134, 135 
Robertson, Andrew 30,48,81 

87, 155 
Robertson, Chns 50, 87 
Robertson, Dora 65 
Robinson. Casey 87 
Robinson. Cynthia 125 
Robinson. Jacqueline 64 
Robinson. Mike 6, 99 
Rogers, Elizabeth 35, 44, 87, 106, 

107, 124, 125 
Rogers, Joe 87, 111, 121, 151 
Rogers, Knstin 139 
Rogers, Steve 44 
Rohrberger, Taylor 45, 147 
Romaguera, Mac 48, 87, 159 
Ronan, Season 110, 111 
Roode, Beau 5, 20, 87, 159 
Rose, Missy 87, 125 
Roussel, Stacy 87 
Rowan, Scott 87, 103 
Roy, Stacey 73, 87 
Royappa, Andrew 68 
Rudulph, Mike 87, 159 
Rulewicz, Diane 64, 95, 100 
Rumbley, Chuck 46 
Rundell, Tom 40, 147 
Russell, Dustin 87, 151 
Russell, John 44, 45, 87, 151 
Russell, Kevin 63, 67 
Russell, Matt 45, 83 
Russell, Nathan 21, 87, 114, 120, 

151 
Russell, Tim 172 

Stock iVIarket-- 

Nasdaq crashes on 
April 1 7 

Saad, Nicole 50, 67, 68 
Sallis, Charles 34, 35, 68, 150 
Sallis, Harrylyn 34, 35. 62, 66, 69 
Salvaggio, Mark 46. 87 
Samples, Diane 64 
Sams, Leah 31, 45, 87, 125, 142 
Sanders, Chns 87, 99 
Sandhu, Soma 139 
Sandstrum, John 64, 69 
Saunders, Rachel 87, 135 
Scales, Charley 37,41.48.87, 

146, 147 
Scherer, Mandy 87, 123. 135. 171 
Schimmel. Connie 69 



Schiro, Chns 87, 99 
Schmid, Margarita 67 
Schoolar, Ellen 46 
Schrader, Ed 35, 62, 69 
Schrader, Melanie 35. 42, 43, 56, 

87. 125 

Schumacher, Julie 37, 87, 125 
Schwalenberg, Taylor 43, 172 
Schwartz, Donald 69 
Schwitter, Michael 87 95, 110 

111, 120 
Scott, Sarah 65 
Scott, Steven 32 
Seals, Catrice 88 
Segal. Jasper 88, 155 
Segrest, Sarah 53, 88, 125 
Seib, Marty 30, 88, 99, 159 
Sellers. Alice 88 
Sellers. Amy 3, 88, 139 
Seiman, Will 88, 114, 120, 151 
Sethi, Sunny 155 
Shank, Aldan 88, 142. 154, 155 
Shannon, Dorothy 35 
Sharbrough, Geoff 88 103 155 
Sharbrough, Matt 88, 103,151 
Sheehan, Tim 103, 146, 147 
Sheehan, Timmy 20, 147 
Sheldon, Jay 66 
Sheldon, Susan 67 
Shelton,Anna 17, 138, 139 
Shelton, Heather 88, 128, 129 
Shelton, Thomas 44 
Sheridan, Karen 53, 58, 139 
Shirley, Aleda 69 
Shirley, Steven 151 
Shive, Robert A 35,69 
Short Jessica 48 
Shull, Mary Cathenne 32. 88, 

134, 135 
Siegal, Vanessa 35 
Sigel, Lisa 69 
Simmons, Donna 69 
Simon, Bnt 48, 49 
Skertich, Melissa 104, 135 
Skinner, Hourman 65 
Skinner, Rachel 88 
Skipper, Julie 25, 37,40.41,48. 

61,88, 128, 129, 142, 171 
Slaieh, Shadia 15.26,53,88,135 
Slayden, April 21, 22, 35, 39, 53, 

88, 125, 142 
Sloan, Steve 99, 151 
Smart, Bonita 132 
Smith, Alan 44 
Smith, Cathenne 25 

Smith, Dell 19, 30, 45, 48 49, 88, 

159 
Smith, Elise 35, 69 
Smith, Elizabeth 88, 139 
Smith, Greg 45 




Sally Willia 



INDKX 169 



index 



Smith, Jamie 88 

Smith, Jeremy 88 

Smith, Lee 53 

Smith, Leigh 43, 88 

Smith, Leslie 37, 88, 125 

Smith, Liz 26, 40 

Smith, Marc 103, 171 

Smith, Oreathia 25, 35, 57, 88, 

132, 171, 172 
Smith, Philip 88, 159 
Smith, Phillip 45 
Smith, Richard 44, 62, 69 
Smith. Sean 58. 99 
Smith, Sherry 23, 88 
Smith, Steven 68, 69 
Smith Tnvarshia 31, 88 
Smithson, Sandra 3, 51, 69 
Snead, Kara 53, 88, 135 
Sneed, David 31 32, 33, 61 62 

171 
Snyder, Brett 88, 118, 119, 147 
Solomon, John 103 
Somes, Meghan 88, 135 
Song, James 44 45 
Sonnier, Evangeline 51, 88, 139 
Sonnier. Lauren 67, 135 
Sood, Nidhi 139 
Sood, Preeti 139 
Sorrells. Jennifer 89 
Sparks, Sam 51, 89, 154, 155 
Spaulding, Sarah 135 
Spear, Rachel 5, 39, 40,41 51 

89, 135, 171 
Speed, Jeff 81, 89 
Spitzer, Daniel 69 
Stack, Billy 66, 113 
Stallings, Fran 44. 48. 49. 89. 129 
Stander. B, 51. 99, 151 
Starks, Kentrell 75, 99 
Stauffer, Caroline 89, 135 
Stearnes, Ricky 85, 102, 103, 151 
Steele, tvlargarett 132 
Steelman, Kristen 89 
Steelman, Will 10, 89, 147 
Stegall, William 155 
Stensaas, Kristy 69 
Stevens, Kandi 129, 170, 173 
Stewart, Kate 89 
Stewart, Ruth 64 
Stewart, Taryn 30, 53, 89, 144 
Stickle. Lillian-Elizabeth 91 
Still. Chns 89. 155 



Stine. Jason 8. 89 

Stockstill. Brandi 81 

Stockton. Alisha 43. 77, 170 

Stoner, Jennifer 89, 109. 125 

Stoner. Kathleen 106 

Stoner. Lance 9. 110. 111. 151 

Storey, William 69 

Stout, Paul 20, 51, 151 

Strahan. Sherry 139. 171 

Stnckland. Geoffrey 89 

Strickland. Julie 38, 89, 139 

Stnne. Cindy 30. 32. 35, 66 

Stnngfellow, Amanda 89 

Stroud, John 109, 111 

Stuart, Lisa 89, 135 

Stuart, Vanessa 89 

Stuart, Vicki 67 

Stuniz, Lori 32,35,41,83,89,139 

Suane, Shantelle 99 

Sudduth. Kelly 35. 57.89. 135. 

142. 170 
Sugar. Mackey 38. 48, 89, 125 
Suggs, John 3, 32, 47, 48, 89, 

123, 155 
Sullenberger, Alison 52, 53 
Sullivan, Heather 37, 51, 125 
Sullivan, John 89, 116, 117 
Sullivan, Tracy 69 
Summerlin, Loretta 64 
Sumrall, Anita 13, 64, 65 
Sumrall, Jason 89, 147 
Surber, Theresa 67 
Sutherlin, Bradford 89, 103, 147 
Suttle, Trey 72 
Sweat, Ashley 71, 89 
Sweat, Jonathan 69 
Sweeney, Adam 147 
Sylvester, Nicole 29, 89, 104, 135 



Turkey devastated 
by earthquake 

Tabari. Hoofar 19 
Taban, Hootan 19, 89 
Tate, Kutenia 89 
Taylor, Pat 44, 69 
Taylor, Susan 44, 69 
Taylor, Tom 78, 82, 89, 159 
Temple, Jamie 89, 99, 113 
Tench, Tim 45, 89, 151 
Terrell, Charles 89, 159 
Terry, Frederick 144 
Thames, Amy 9 89, 135 
Thatamanil, John J 69 
Thaw, Kurt 69 
Thomas, DeNarius 37 
Thompson, Bobby 30, 43, 89 




Kandi Stevens. Alisha Stockton. Kelly Sudduth 



170 



Thompson, Cliff 32, 48, 49, 50, 

51, 61, 89 
Thompson, Greg 155 
Thompson, James 51, 70, 89 
Thompson, Paul 47 
Thompson, Rachel 31, 51, 86, 89, 

128, 129 
Thornton, Andy 37, 147 
Thornton, Melissa 35, 53 
Thrash, Walker 114, 151 
Thune. Carrie 6, 17. 89, 129, 

173 
Tierce, Audra 79, 89, 100, 112, 

113, 139 
Tillman, Samara 31, 89 
Tippens, Barbara 78,89, 106, 107 
Todd, Sarah 42, 90, 125 
Tolar, Jarred 90, 159 
Toledano, Reagan 9, 21, 32, 90, 

151 
Tomlin, Steffenie 32, 61, 88, 90, 

100, 139, 171 
Toner, Kathleen 53, 90 
Tosch, Mallory 90, 134, 135,171 
Touchstone, Robert 90, 154, 155 
Townsend, Shane 90, 103 
Trappey, Ellen 32, 37, 40, 42, 48, 

49, 90, 125 
Trepagnier, Monica 47, 90 
Tngg, Connie 66, 67 
Tripp, Gregg 64, 117 
Trotter, Joycelyn 64 
Tsui, fvling 69 
Tucker, Uvon 11, 35, 39, 48,49 

57, 58, 81,90 
Turman, Missa 64, 65, 95, 97, 

171 
Turner, Cecilia 26, 90, 109 
Turner, Donzell 144 
Turner, James 48, 69 
Tyler, Bob 64, 95, 99 



United States 

returns Panama Canal 



Umsted, David 31, 90, 147 
Underwood, Ranee 66 



La Vida Loca is a 

smash hit 

Valentine, Courtney 22, 32, 35, 

43,90, 128, 129 
Valentine, Lee 45, 90 
Vasamsetti, Prasad 32, 90, 158, 

159 
Vaughn, Marlys 69 
Veach, Margaret 65, 139 
Venator, Jeff 66 
Veum, Mick 13, 53. 69 
Villa. Mara 90. 139 
Vincent. Lizzie 23. 71. 90, 129 
Vincent, Ryan J 31, 32, 37, 90 
Vincent, Ryan P 155 
Viner. Gloria 90 
Viner, Veronika 59, 90 
Vines, Jonathan 18. 90, 111 
Virmani, Manav 90 



WTO riots in Seattle, 
Washington 

Wade, Carrie 90, 135 

Wade, Michael 32, 57, 90, 154, 

155, 172 
Wadlington, Bill 90. 147 
Wadlington. Mary Clay 35. 40. 4£ 

90. 125 




Sara Harris 

Waguespack. Daniel 111 
Walden. Christi 90 
Waldrop. Gail 65 
Waldrop. Will 114, 151 
Walker, Brandi 6, 24, 29, 32, 48, 

49. 57. 70. 90. 97 
Walker. Donna 65 

Walker, Drew 19, 35, 37, 90, 147 

Walker, Ken 90 

Walker, Virginia 51, 90 

Wallace, Joy 35, 51 

Wallis, Mandi 32, 36, 61, 90, 171 

Walsh, Kelly 26, 31, 32, 40, 46, 

57,90, 129 
Walters, Christian 90, 147 
Walters, Christopher 90, 151 
Wang, Joe 18, 43,53. 64. 90 
Wang, Julie 12.42,43,48,49, 

57.90, 129 
Ward, Charlotte 66 
Ward, Timothy 41, 68, 69 
Warr, Kory 46 
Warren, Sanford 45, 69 
Washington, Alicia 90 
Washington, Chad 8, 30, 35, 41 

53, 76, 90, 159 
Waters, Michael 9, 14, 32, 35, 90, 

117, 146, 147 
Watkins, Mary A 65 
Weaver, Stacy 90, 100, 139 
Webster, Stephanie 83, 91, 129 
Wegner, Kolie 17, 91, 124, 125 
Wegner, Little Star 53, 91, 125, 

165 
Weitlauf, Ashley 91 
Welch, Paul 44, 45 
Wells, Larry 67 
Wernlz, Sarah 37 
West, Barbara 64 
West, Beth 5, 25, 30. 32. 33.91, 

129, 171 
Whitaker. Enn 3. 51. 91. 139 
White. Amy 6. 129 
White. Jared 15. 24. 32.91. 99. 

120. 142. 158. 159 
White, Lillian 128, 129 
White, Nancy 67 
White, Rachelle 36,65, 74, 91, 

106, 107, 125 
White, Shane 66, 67 
White, Wade 5, 31. 32. 35. 75. 91. 

106. 142. 146. 147 
White-Lowe. Olivia 64 
Whitehead, Kathy 35 
Whitfield, Johnnie-Mane 69 
Whitfield, Lindsay 6, 29, 48, 49. 

50, 57, 135, 147 
Whitfield-Smith, Carolina 36, 48, 

49, 53, 91 
Wick, Darren 41, 53,69 
Wien, Emilie 106 
Wikle, Will 7,9. 32. 38, 57,91, 147 



Wilbur. Ryan 19. 80. 99. 159 
Wilburn. Sherryl 15. 30, 66, 71 
Wilkinson, David 64 
Wilkinson, Ruth 65 
Wilkinson, Shayne 64 
Wilkinson, Tim 64 
Williams, Betsy 91, 125 
Williams, Billy 44, 45. 99. 151 
Williams, Catherine 139 
Williams, Chappell 91. 134. 13 
Williams. Floyd 144 
Williams. Renn 91. 146. 147 
Williams. Sally 21. 91. 112. 113 

128, 129. 166, 169, 171 
Williams, Vernanda Diane 64 
Williamson, Georgia 16, 91 
Willis. Judy 65 

Wilson. Austin 35. 40. 41, 69 
Wilson, Jennifer 18, 26, 91, 1 
Wilson, Jeremy 88 
Wilson, Joe 51 
Wilson, Melissa 91 
Windhauser, Jared 51, 91 
Winters, Hicks 9 91, 147 
Wise, Dee 26, 91, 135 
Wise, Jonathan 114, 155 
Wise, Tim 64. 111. 119 
Witt. Benjamin 46 
Wold. Vanessa 91. 129 
Wolfe. Elizabeth 69 
Womac, Corbin 45, 99, 142, 1 
Womack, Susan 67 
Woodling, Kellie 139, 172 
Woodruff, Chivers 45 
Woodruff, Trey 117 
Woods. Alex 67 
Woodward. David 16. 64. 66 
Woodward. Nelda 66 



Song Xie is the on! 

X in the school 



Xie. Song 69 



Y2K causes mass 
hysteria 

Yarborough, Gary 91, 106 
Yeager, Rebekah 91, 125 
Yeh, David 81, 91, 117, 159 
Yglesias, Matt 37, 99, 114 
Young, Barbara 65 
Young, Byron 151 
Young, Chad 91. 154. 155 
Young. Mandy 104. 125 
Young, Neola 91, 139 
Young, Reggie 30, 37, 91, 99 
Young, Sarah 135 



Washington Zoo 

suffers gang fight 



Zaie, Andrea 66, 67 
Zaie, Sanford 69 
Zaperach, Jonathan 91, 117, 1 
Zinn. Walter 30, 31, 35. 91, 9' 
Zubic, Kell 91. 147 



Bobashela 
Staff 



EDITORIAL 
Editor KniiN Cherrx'lionies 
Assistant Editor Kate Pearce 

SECTIONS 

Student Life Editor Lama Lane- 
Student Life Assistants Beth West, 
Raehel Speai', Aileen Abate 

People Editor Brett Mehrtens 

People Assistants iXhimii Wallis, 

SlLftLiiie Tomlin 

Sports Editor Kate Pearce 

Greek Editor Mandy Seherer 

Greek Assistants Andrea Green, 

I".iHil\ Olixier, Coin'tney Austin 

Activities Editor Brooks Brower 

Activities Assistants Lindsey 

i\hi\-, Kristi Joyner 

Ad Editor \hillory Tosch 
Index Editor Sally Williams 

PHOTO 

Photo Editor Rachel Baird 
Photographers Emily Martin, 
Drew L\)ril, Heather Kittrell, 

Oreathia Smitli 

Darkroom Manager Heather 

Kittrell 

Personnel Manager Laura Lane 
Finance Manager Lindsey May 

CONTRIBUTING STAFF 

Julie Skipper, Mark Smith, 

Sherry Strahan, Alice 

Nemececk, Tracy Gillanders, 

Brandon Guidry 

Adviser Stan Magee 




BOBASHELA STAFF: (liom! Hejihc K.ii.u.l, li^-ii /^esi, Jenny Chenyl,<jn;„., B.'^'^k^ B:...ve^ K,;,:. J../nei, 
SteHenie Tomlin, [back] Stan Magee, Rachel Spear, Mandy Seherer, Andrea Green, Sally Williams, Mallory 
Tosch, Kate Pearce, Mandi Wallis, Brett Mehrtens 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Thanks to: Dean David Siieed, Sandy Rhymes, 
Betty Hulsey, Patrick Cooper, Andrea Pound and 

the rest of the Student Affairs staff for their 

cooperation and support; the Business Office for 

handhng yearliook orders and bilHng; Steve 

Douglas of Graduate Supply House for his 

encouragement; Gwenyth Winston and Jennifer 

Hoover of Herff Jones for in-plant help; the Post 

Office staff for assisting with yearbook distribution; 

the Maintenance staff for moving us to our new 

room; Cara Rasmussen and Missa Turman for help 

with sports information; teachers and students for 

donatiiig pictures for the book; Brian Berryhill for 

his help with photography. 




COMPUTER CRASHED AGAIN?! Brooks Brower Lmdsey May 
and Beth West work to finish the Student Life section of the 
yearbook 



CROPPING IS FUN! Laura Lane crops the 
pictures for her section, while Rachel Baird 
helps he choose the best quality pictures 



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Rob Cartel 




Rusti Maddox, Michael Wade 




Andrea Klevan 



Kristy Jones, Luke and Anna Rare 



Bethany Johnson 



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Wendy Edwards. Carrie Thune 





Tiffany Jones 




David Davis 



faces & places out & about 



GRADUATION 173 




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AFTER 22 YEARS OF BUILDING up the 

college financially, academically, and 
aesthetically, Dr. George Harmon announced 
his retirement. A nationwide search resulted 
in Dr. Frances Lucas-Taucher being chosen as 
the 10th pi-esident starting in July of 2000. 
THE YEAR WAS MARKED by significant 
change. From double-wides and styrofoam 
plates to the new Hall Athletics Center and 
the Waterwall, the college community 
witnessed a progression that will lead 
Millsaps into the new millenium. 






Ricky Relan, Byron Blackwell 



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