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MILLSAPS-WILSON LIBRARY 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MS 39210-0001 



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MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

1701 north state street 

jackson, ms 392 1 

601 .974.1000 

http://www.millsaps.edu 




Student Life 


Activities 






intramurals • reel big fish 


chamber singers perform 


performs • goal posts torn 


in new york • odk 


down after football 


celebrates a 75th 


victory* movie nights • 


anniversary • who's who 


parade before game 


• academics • most 


against mc • road trips • 


distinguished students • 


maraget thatcher visits • 


kos kostmayer's 


crawfish in the bowl • 


production • blitz 2000 


tailgating in the end zone 


with habitat for humanity 


• saltillo mission trip • 


• major experience • 


hanging out off-campus • 


freshmen of the year 


working out in the HAC 






People 



Sports 



Greek 



inauguration of president 
dr. lucos-tauchar • annah 
marshall recognized by usa 
today ' new dean of 
students todd rose • faculty 
and students interact • 
students participate in flag 
debate • elizabeth moak 
received the outstanding 
young faculty award • dr. 
robert mcelvaine received 
the distinguished professor 
award 



purple pride contests • 
mens' basketball goes to 
ncaa division III 
tournament • game 
against mc at memorial 
stadium • baseball team 
takes first in the scac 
western division • football 
defeats nationally ranked 
trinity 



sae first annual chili bowl 
contest • alpha phi alpha 
strut show • phi mu 
rummage sale • kd/ka 
casino night • tri delta 
and sae named sorority 
and fraternity of 
excellence • jared white 
and carla morrison 
recognized by order of 
omega 



opening. 3 




STICK IT TO ME! 

Rebecca Revels applies a tattoo 
of the new Majors logo to 
Vaughn Jinks, while Sam King 
looks through other purple pride 
items. SBA provided t-shirts, 



foam swords and noise makers 
for students during tailgating 
before the MC-Millsaps football 
game. 





student life. 5 



purple 




pride 



CORT KNOX put on his game face for the 
Backyard Brawl against Mississippi 
College, the first game between the two 
teams in forty-one years. 



WILL JORDEN: 

"By beating Trinity we stated that Millsaps isn't 
just talking a good game anymore. The plliplc 
pride campaigns must have some effect. Having 
the school support makes you play harder?' 





LINDSAY CALHOUN joins hundreds of 
people for the tailgate party outside 

Memorial Stadium before the first 



'ame of the season. 



MARGARET YOSTE: 

"I wanted to be a 'Major Super Fan, ' 

so I decided to make a Cape and put all of the 
football players' numbers on it. I won $200 
for my purple pride COStUTTie. " 





Holly Kinqet, Caroline Staoffer, Misty Golf 




Mary Catherine Shull, Rachel Falaout 





iE!!Z»2i22E»» 




Ryan Ezell, Sean Smith 





Kristy Golf, Erika Garavito, Jenniier Breazeale, Shelley Harrigill 



"The MillsapslMC 
basketball game was 

. It was 
great to see the 
students supporting 
a sports team." 

COURTNEY VALENTINE 



Tearing Down the Goalpost 





"Tearing down the goal post at 

a football game signifies 

t triumph. Beating Trinity was a 

boost for the football program 

and an exclamation point on a 

fantastic game." 

JEFF MITCHELL 





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Lisa Baldi Maria Anzola, Tiffany Atkins, Dionne Jackson, Neely Ward | Johnathan Myers | 



student life./ 




Heather Gauthier 



Kayce Cotten 



8 




getting 





MARTHA MCNEESE: 

"My first iftipreSSiotl of my new room was that 
it's a bit Snictll6r than my room back home! Sure 
enough, in only a few months, I was calling my dorm 
room hOtllC and planning to VlSlt my parents. 



Perspectives leader AKRAM 
AL-TURK gets a workout helping 

freshmen move in to their new 

rOOmS in Franklin Hall. 





Freshmen Olympics participant TIA 
BRAHBAM is ready to be the first to sit on 
and pop her uQllOOn, putting her team, 
Bacot 2nd North Mocktails, into the lead. 



BESS HEISLER: 

"My roommate and I hit it off from the 
beginning. She has been the u€St 
roommate and a great friend. We haven't 
disagreed about a single thing yet!" 




Nagelin, Patrick Cooper 



student life. 9 



reunion 
blowout 




Freshman SEAN BOUDREAU places first. 

with a time of 21 minutes, in the HomeCOITlinj 
5K race, and JESSICA PERKINS records the 
win. All of the entrance fees from the race were 

donated to Habitat for Humanity. 



LAURA FERRY: 

It was an nOHOT to be selected 
homecoming queen during a year when 
there were so many exciting changes 

taking place at Millsaps." 





MELINDA BOTT: 

I had never heard the band GalttCttC and 

they were IclbulOUS. I had a great time at 
my last Millsaps Homecoming hanging 
out with tnends and just having fun. 



SARAH SPAULDING: 

"It was a huge Surprise to be elected to the 

Homecoming Court, and i had fun 

because some of my best friends were also 
on the court. 






Artem Mashnitskiy 



10 





Tailgating 



Homecoming Court 
Millsaps Majors 

vs. 
Centre Colonels 







'I always get a rush 

ight before the game. 

As a trainer going 

onto the field with 

the team, I hear the 

crowd yelling, and I 

get chills." 

SUZIE FRANCINGUES 



Mary Catherine Shull, Mary Frances Prejean, Major Millsaps, Laura Ferry, Vaughan Jinks, Sarah Spaulding I Marty Frascogna, Ban WHams, Bob Tyler 



"•"•MllK"^.;' 




"Being a part of 

the Ail-American 

Homecoming 

planning 

committee 

gave me an 

opportunity to 

participate in the 

festivities in a 

different way." 

KATE PEARCE 




Ryan Bourgeois, Marty Seib I Kelly Malaass 




student life. 1 




"Community 

service is time 

away from 

school, and I 

enjoy working 

with the kids." 

BETSY STABY 



Chapped Williams 



Sage Byrd, Susan Cherry 



12 






irgianna Martin, Charley Scales 




serving 





AMY JANOVSKY races in the Lambda Chi 

Alpha Watermelon Bust, students 

participate in the watermelon eating contest and 
other events to TCLISC money for the 

Children's Cancer Clinic. 



JENNIFER SAMPLES and KENNY 

HARSHBURGER act out The Grinch Who 

Stole Christmas at the Kappa Delta lodge for 

Santa Shoestring. 









ADAM LAMBERT: 

"/ love doing Habitat, it's a lot of fun, 

and it makes me feel ffOOu to help others 
build a place to llV6. 



Ashley Weitlauf fixes a sample of chili for a 

participant to taste at the first annual SAE Chill 
Bowl. All proceeds from the event went to the 

Children's Miracle Network. 




student life. 1 o 



The Reel Big Fish 
concert was the best 

part of the Major 

Madness weekend." 

ASHLEY WEITLAUF 




Ryan Brumby 



Ben Hughes 



Ricky James, David Yen, T. Francis 



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Twister 



Henna Tatoos 

Spin Art Frisbees 




ma or 





ness 



At the Major Madness Talent Show 
GRAHAM HOLLEY performs his 
OYigiYlQ.1 wah-funk compositions on 

the bass guitar. 



JEFF MCINTYRE waits in line to fill his box 
at the traditional Saturday afternoon 

Major Madness crawfish boa. 





RACHEL THOMPSON shows off the 

Spin Art Frisbee she made 

Friday afternoon during the activities in 

the Bowl. 



JANE BUCK: 

"Playing Twister at Major Madness 

was a blast. I was winning until a pair of 
miscreants armed with Water fflMS found me 
in a compromising position and ended the game. 




Bryant Graham 



student life. 1 5 




Josh Johnson, Kevin Mayes 



Stacy Weaver 



Katie Hardy 



Drew Walker, Jeff Douglas I T. Francis 



16 




ne Hendricks, Robbie Morrison 



The Bowl 

The HAC 

The Caf 

Kava House 





anging 
aroun 




PASCAL BIRON: 

I WOrk OUt six days a week, and I work out 
for different reasons. First, I can't let myself drift 
into getting all pudgy. Second, it is important to 

do some kind of physical activity. " 



FRED RENDFREY and BRYAN FLYNN 

sample some of the chili at the first annual 
SAE Chili Cookoffbmefittmg the 

Children's Miracle Network. 





At the LatlYlO dance lessons, sponsored 
by the MCA Diversity Group, ERIC 
MCDONALD and ANDREA GILBERT 

learn the salsa and the meringue. 



TALA DUFRESNE helps paint a sign 
advertising a meeting for students interested 
creating a CampUS radio station. 



in 




student life. I 7 




really enjoyed the 

Halloween 

movies in the 

bowl." 

DAMIEN DUCOTE ■ 



Beth West, Jean Clifton 



Divine Revelation Gospel Choir 



Brendan Quigley 



18 





a 




lithe 
extras 



TIM PARSONS: 

"The laid back setting of Open Mic 
night gives people the chance to 

pGftOVYYl in front of others when they 
might not Otherwise. " 



LADY MARGARET THATCHER, with 

DR. LUCAS-TAUCHAR, gave the first 

lecture of the NOVO Series, which 
brings international figures to the 

Miiisaps community. 






Participating in EARTHfest activities, Jane 

Buck, co-president of E.A.R.T.H., announces the 
WlTiflQTS of door prizes. This is the second year 
E.A.R.T.H. has sponsored the week long series 

of environmental awareness events. 



LIZ STEWART, MARY BELL, and 

TESS VASTERLING answer questions as 

participants in the Roommate Game, 

sponsored by Major Productions. 




student life. 1 9 




Patrick Anderson, Ryan Bourgeois, Brad Hooker.Emily Olivier, Charles Bomwald 



Everyone can 

play; 

you don't even 
have to be 

good." 

PEEPER MCGAW 



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friendly 



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rivalry 



Intramural offices lindsay meyer, 

BLAKE ROBERTSON, AND T. 
FRANCIS take a time out to talk and relax 
between halves of a basketball CfQYTlG. 



MACKEY SUGAR: 

"We have had a great year of intramurals. It is 
an Opportunity to come together as a 
sorority and to renew old athletic talents. " 





In the WOmen 'S league intramural basketball 
championship game, SUZIE FRANCINGUES 
goes for a 2 pointer while BETH GILFOIL waits for 
the rebound. The Little Old Ladies won 

the tournament in the end. 



During an intramural lOOtbctll game, 
BRAD LOKITZ cradles the ball as he runs 
down the field to the cheers of his 

teammates. 




student life. 21 



special 



occasions 



During the Advent service, Singers 

member LAUREN EVERETT helps lead 

the congregation in s\v\g\ng" Silent Night. " 




AMY SELLERS carefully selects a WSe at 

Alpha Psi Omega's Valentine's 

DQtf fundraiser. 





At the Multicultural Festival 

AYAKO FUKUMA demonstrates the art of 
Calligraphy by writing students' names in 

her native language of Japanese. 



At the close of the Advent service, 

TRACIE HOUSTON and ELIZABETH 

BISHARA join the congregation in lighting 
their candles before the final hytTffl. 






Misty Goff, Caroline Stouffer 



22 




student life.2o 




"My friends and I 

like to take 

road trips to random 

places - whatever 

pops in our heads." V,^^^ 



DANNY JAEGER 



Shadia Slaieh I Tim Parsons 



Denise Perry, Mary Catherine SMI, Malia Pelly, Kate Pearce I Elizabeth Lutz 



24 





outward 




oun 





SHERRY SMITH: 

"I don't like Studying in my room 
because my 06(1 is in there, and I'll go to 
SLCGp. The library is too quiet, so I go to 

Barnes & Noble. 





On a HydwlOffy field trip in April, 
sponsored by the geOlOgy department, 
STEVE SLOAN and O.B. STANDER 
canoe the Buffalo River in Arkansas. 



AILEEN ABATE: 

"Traveling with Chamber Singers 
is something I look forward to 

every week. Our New York City tour 

this January was magnificent. " 




mily Merriman 



student life. ^5 



ACTIVITIES 




PRECISELY RIGHT 

Lab partners, Crystal Berry and 
Will Black work together 
reading directions and taking 
measurements during an 



afternoon chemistry lab with Dr 
McGuire. As science majors, 
they spent many afternoons in 
the Olin science labs. 




28 





DRUMROLL PLEASE 

Ryan Bourgeois and the 
Drum Corps pump up the 
crowd at a football game 
As the founder of the group, 
he said, "It was exciting to 
start a new tradition at 
Millsaps. Drum Corps really 
improves the atmosphere of 
the games." 

THE HISTORY OF FEAR 

Sophomore Rebecca Easley 
appears as one of the 
leading characters in Kos 
Kostmayer's production of 
"The History of Fear " 



activities. 29 




A STUDENT LEADERS 
SBA Officers, [front] 
Sumon Bhowmick, First Vice 
President; Paul Gagliano, 
President; Brandon Guidry, 
Second Vice President; [back] 
Molly Jeffcoat, Secretary; 
Nedjabour, Treasurer. 

OFFICER REPORT 
Q: What was the best 
aspect of being 1 st 
Vice President? 

A: I really enjoyed helping 
plan the inaugural events for 
Dr. Lucas-Taucher. It was an 
honor to be involved, and 



taking 
charge 



we are all lucky to be at 
Millsaps during such an 
important event. 

Sumon Bhowmick, sba 

LEARNING TO LEAD > 
"The LEAD retreat was a 

great experience. It allowed 
me to reflect about myself 
and get to know people I 
would not normally meet." 
Maty Catherine Shull, LEAD 
with Lauren Roberts (on swing) 

MAJOR PRODUCTIONS 
Outdoor Movies 

Animal House, Goonies, 

Varsity Blues, Sleepy 

Hollow. 
Parties 

Back to School Party, 

Major Madness. 
Entertainers 

Beth Wood, Claire 

Holley, Zane Williams, 

Mark Reedy, Tim Young. 
Inflatable Games 

Slip and Slide, Temple of 

Doom, Twister. 





2 More Votes 

SBA leaders Sam King and Brandon 
Guidry pass out "Spank Me I Voted" 
stickers to Ryan O'Beirne and Akram 
Al-Turk as they turn in their ballots. 



2 Minds Meet 

Hannah Mashburn and Mary 
Catherine Shull meet with 
various campus leaders at the 
LEAD Fall Summit. 



jfif 



iSk jfi 





Island 2 Island 



Arien Faucett, Amy Loy, Kevin Mayes, 
and Howard Zinn develop teamwork 
skills at LEAD retreat. 



30 





1 Hit Wonder 

Major Productions executive board members 
Adam Burdick, David McRae, and Adam Causey 
pose with Vanilla Ice, center, at the National 
Association of Campus Activities spring 
convention. 






lead retreat 

(front) Hannah Mashburn, Esther Elliott, 
Howard Zinn, Arien Faucett, Ryan 
O'Beirne. Stan Magee, (2nd row) David 
Norris, Beth West, Katie Hardy, Kevin 
Mayes, Todd Rose, Julie Lassalle. Callie 
Poole, (3rd row) Amy Loy, Andrea 
Miller-Pound, Blythe Junkin, Lauren 
Roberts. Sara Jones, Mary Catherine 
Shull, Kathleen Toner, Brooks Brower, 
(back) Jason Hicks. Steffenie Tomlin. Jim 
Goode, Katie Porter, Ann Long, Mariana 
Evens, Bill Wadlington. 




senate 

(front) James Ellis. Kelly Malpass, Bill 
Wadlington, Lindsey Blackstock; (back) 
Shelley Harrigill, Richard Brown. Danny 
Marks. Jonathan Pedersen. Kenneth 
Townsend, Andy Thornton. 







1 st Things 1 st 

Lance Downing realizes 
the art of prioritizing at 
the Emerging LEADers 
Fall Workshop. 



senate 

(front) Martha McNeese. Kathleen Toner, 
Mary Alice Boyd, Mikaela Levy. Jessica 
Knight; (fcariU Jeff Mitchell, Jeff Douglas, 
Lindsay Floyd, Jess Roberts. Nathan 
Gannon, Joy Mitchell, Elizabeth Lutz. 
Akram Al-Turk. 




^ Ai 




major productions 

activities programming board 
(front) Shikha Goel, Ellen Trappey, 
Rachel Thompson. Binh Nguyen. Nicole 
Guntherberg. David McRae: (middle) 
Rose Hurder, Cindy Strinc, Allison Harris. 
Quint Withers. Jared Eastlack; (back) 
Adam Burdick, Bryan Flynn. Sarah Todd, 
Angela Hobgood. Katie Clegg. Brooke 
Ingram, Leta Negandhi. Rebecca Cross. 
Mary Sanders Ferriss. 



major 
beginning 




A APPRECIATION PARTY 
Rose Hurder and 
Melissa Quinn enter their 
names into the door prize 
drawing at the Pathfinders 
End of the Year Appreciation 
Party to honor students who 
led campus tours. 

PATHFINDERS 

Assist Admissions with 

prospective students. 
Serve as hosts for 

overnight guests. 
Assist with Horizons, 
Sports Days and Millsaps 
Nights. 




M.E. Group 1 7 

Bryan Cole and Heather Miller 
break the ice in their Perspectives 
group during freshmen orientation. 



32 



POINT OF VIEW > 
"Having been a Major 
Experience leader for two 
years, I have been able to 
watch the program grow. 
Perspectives is a wonderful 
way to help freshmen 
acclimate to campus life." 
Michelle Gueringer, center, 
with Courtney Valentine, Jeff 
Mitchell and Molly Jeffcoat 

MAJOR EXPERIENCE 
Q: How did Major 
Experience help you? 

A: Major Experience 
supports you as a comfort 
zone but also challenges 
you to step out and develop 
a full and rich college life. It 
equips you with the tools 
needed to learn, live, and 
share in the college 
environment. The student 
leaders are more than just 
instructors; they are friends 
who help you adjust to 
college life. 

Ricky James, freshman 



Day 1 

Jennifer Barker, J.D. Graffam, and Abby 
Peterson get to know each other on the first 
day in their Major Experience group. 





49 Leaders 

M.E. leaders take a quick breather in the 
Bowl after helping the freshmen into their new 
residence hall rooms. 




Room 102 

Major Experience Leader Ellen Trappey directs a 
freshman to his new residence hall room. Ellen and 
her M.E. partner, Prasad Vasamsetti, were elected 
Major Experience Leaders of the Year. 



tower council 

executive board of pathfinders 
{front) Sam Sparks, Mallory Tosch; 
(middle) Mackey Sugar, Robert 
Touchstone, Valerie Paasch; (back) J.T. 
Newman, David Norris. 





m.e. steering committee 

Cindy Strine. Kristi Joyner, Ryan Vincent, 
Brooks Brower, Brandon Guidry. 
Evangeline Sonnier. 



Take 2 

Ryan Bourgeois and 
Michelle Gueringer star 
in the orientation skit. 



major experience leaders 

(front) Chad Laborde, Andrea Green, 
Prasad Vasamsetti, Ellen Trappey, Liz 
Lasoski, David Norris, Liz Bertuccini; 
(middle) Mackey Sugar, Ben Allen, Laura f 
Hillgartner, Susan Cherry, Rachel 
Falgout, Laura Hastings, Derriaux 
Gadlin; (back) Laine Hendricks, Shadia 
Slaieh, Ryan O'Beirne, Jess Roberts, 
Akram Al-Turk. Lindsay Floyd. Robbie 
Morrison. Corbin Womac. 





major experience leaders 

(front) Richie Caldwell, Kristi Joyner, 
Jessica Perkins, Katie McGaw, Sumon 
Bhowmick. Adam Causey. Molly 
Jeffcoat; (middle) Jeff Mitchell', 
Evangeline Sonnier. Malia Pelly. Heather 
Shelton. Ann Long, Matt Chandler; (back) 
Mary Alice Boyd. Stephanie Burks. Ryan 
Bourgeois, Ben Bjornerud. Michelle 
Gueringer, Courtney Valentine. 



honorable 
mention 




A MOST DISTINGUISHED 
Jeff Mitchell and Laura 
Ferry were elected Most 
Distinguished Man and 
Woman. Both were involved 
on campus and in the 
community. Jeff was the 
"Voice of the Majors," 
served on Senate, played 
baseball, and was elected 
President of Kappa Sigma 
Fraternity. Laura served as 
SBA Secretary and 2nd 
Vice-President, was inducted 
into Phi Beta Kappa, and 
was a member of Kappa 
Delta Sorority. 



April 26 

Geology 
major Jenny 
Cherryhomes 
receives the 
Wendell B. 
Johnson 
Memorial 
Award from 
Dr. James 
Han 5. 




POINT OF VIEW > 
"I am fortunate to have 
been encouraged by so 
many outstanding porfessors 
at Millsaps. Their support 
made the difference in my 
college experience." 
Peyton Hays, Founders' Medal 
Recipient, at left with Dean 
Richard Smith 

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS 
Omicron Delta Kappa 

had a dessert break on 
Reading Day to celebrate 
its 75th Anniversary at 
Millsaps. 

Phi Beta Kappa honored 
eighteen new members 
with an initiation banquet 
in the Legget Center. 

USA Today awarded 
senior Annah Marshall an 
Honorable Mention as 
one of the best and 
brightest college students 
in the nation. Her award 
continued a four year 
streak by Millsaps students. 





#1 

Freshmen 

Mikaela Levy and 
Kenneth Townsend 
were named as 
Freshmen of the 
Year at the ODK 
Awards Day 
ceremony. 



4 from F.M.A. 

FMA National Honor Society: 
(front) Jill Caruthers, Chivers 
Woodruff, (back) Corbett Gibson, 
Dr. Walter Neely, John Russell. 



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1 Award 

Dr. Kristen 
Brown handed 
out the award 
for Best 
Philosophical 
Writing to Allan 
Hillman on 
Awards Day. 



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alpha epsilon delta 

adult student honorary 
(front) Judy Hargon, Harrylyn Sallis. Martha Carlson, Vir- 
ginia Kennedy. Nicole Erdim {back) Ajay Aggarwal, Mark 
Williams, Jane Rivers, Paula Jackson Vice-President. Trey 
Woodruff President, Paul Achfison, Janet Langley. 



phi eta sigma 



freshman honorary 
{front) Laura Hillgartner, Jessie Kneupper, 
Lauren Dunagin, Secretary, Akram Al- 
Turk, Vice-President, Kim Parker. Presi- 
dent, Sarah Segrest, Treasurer, Amber 
Hudson. Judy Coleman, Katie Hardy, (2 ml 
row) Paul Bresnahan. Ashley Weitlauf. 
Emily Rivers, Andrea Green, Angela Beeks, 
Rose Hurder. Esther Elliott. Colette Rabai. 
(3 rd row) Rachel Thompson , Mariana Evans, 
Jordan Corbello. Valerie Paasch. Brooke 
Ingram. Aileen Abate. Heather Isbell. Amy 
Loy, (back) Joe Wang. Justin Arnold. Ned 
Jabour, Jim Goode. David Norris. Callie 
Poole, Jason Hicks. 





phi eta sigma 



freshman honorary 
(front) Deidra Thompson. Brian Houston, 
Lauren Everett, Lauren Brian, Shatondra 
McGaffeny. Neelima Gutti. Ricky James. 
Ashley Barron. Kenny Harshbarger, 
(middle) Kenneth Townsend, Joye Cox. 
Josh Hunt, Jerry Landry. Ben Kimmons. 
Heather Gauthier, Brad Paulk, Gray Gor- 
don, (back) Roxanne McCullough, Peter 
Gray. Christine Cherry. Alan Jensen. Julia 
Mitchell, Kendra Brown. Matthew Luter, 
Dale Almond. 



omicron delta kappa 

(front) Molly Jeffcoat, Ellen Trappey, 
Carla Morrison, April Slayden. Angela 
Payne, Allison Harris. Mandi Wallis, 
(middle) Julie Skipper. Brandon Guidry. 
Patrick Cooper, Christopher Hedglin. Jus- 
tin Arnold, Peyton Hays. Laura Lane, 
(back) Davis Powell, Paul Gagliano, Sam 
King, Jonathan Kilgore, Brad Lokitz, 
Kenneth Griswold, Dr. Don Fortenberry. 





phi beta kappa 

(front) Sergey Dzugan, Janet Bradley. 
Amelia Killcreas, Ashley Leinweber, An- 
gela Payne. Sarah McAtee. (middle) 
Collin Glidewell, Laura Ferry. JoAnna 
Barnett, Missy Thorton. April Slayden, 
Julie Skipper, Chad Washington, (back) 
Will Black, Alison Sullenberger. Drew 
Walker, (not pictured) Peyton Hays, 
Annah Marshall. 



312 Suitcases 

Don Fortenberry, Annah Marshall, Karen Jointer, 
and Todd Rose present the suitcases collected on 
campus to Carlotta Brown and Wayne Robinson 
of Campus Link. 






orthodox christian 
fellowship 

(front) Rebecca Root, Esther Elliott; 
(middle) Very Rev. Fr. John Henderson, 
Sarah Ann Henderson, Hannah 
Mashburn; (back) Jesse Milnor. 




fellowship of christian 
athletes 

Jason Moss. Wayne Brown, Israel 
Stephens, Matt Yglesias, Ethan Bullock. 
Coach Tim Wise. 






chapel choir 



(front) Nikki Ivancic, Mackey Sugar. 
Aileen Abate. Nicole Guntherberg, Vicki 
Myers, Kate Wilbanks. Jean Clifton, 
Betsy Farrell. (back) Dell Smith, Brad 
Paulk, Ricky James, Richard Adams, 
Matthew Luter, Adam Cook, Andy 
Swanner, Jonathan Kilgore. 




September 5 

Nelson Gosnell visits the 
Millsaps Christian Fellowship 
table at the Activities Fair. 



catholic student 
leadership council 

(front) Kelly Sellers, Laura Hastings, 
Elizabeth Lutz. Shelley Harrigill, 
Georgianna Martin, Jane Buck; (middle) 
Megan Shaw, David McRae. Colleen 
Fagan. Amy Janovsky, Kate Wilbanks, 
Ellen Trappey, Jessica Malpass. Sr. 
Sharon Glumb, (back) Claire Kurtts, 
Nikki Ivancic, Robert Caskey, Brandon 
Guidry, Joshua Wittie. 





worship 
together 



rUllNI V/l VltW ^ 

Snacks after mass were 

a weekly part of Catholic 
Campus Ministry. Cameron 
Portera picks up fried 
chicken at the kick-off mass 
and picnic in September. 
Catholic Campus Ministry 
also sponsored several 
service projects throughout 
the year including trips to 
Our House Teen Shelter, St. 
Catherine's Village Nursing 
Home, and Saltillo, Mexico. 




CHOIR 
"Through Jonathan's 

leadership, Chapel Choir 
has been a reminder that 
you can praise God through 
music. It has been a great 
and memorable experience." 
Mackey Sugar, center left, 
with Nicole Guntherberg, Hannah 
Silkman, Stephanie Burks 



Co-Chairs 

Annah Marshall, Justin 
Arnold, Tracie Houston. 



Sponsored Services for 

All Saints' Day, Thanksgiv- 
ing, Martin Luther King Jr. 
Day, Ash Wednesday, 
and Maundy Thursday. 

Guided Students with 
Thoughts of the Day by 
Melanie Cook, Devotions 
byjill Caruthers, and the 
Seeking and Understanding 
Series. 

Served Jackson through 
Stewpot, Karepackages 
for Kids, Santa and Bunny 
Shoestring, Suitcases for 
Kids, AIDS Awareness 
work, and a food drive. 




120 Decibels 

Gospel Choir singers Dharius Daniels, 
Oria Dafe, Amber Hudson, Alayna 
Allen, and Germaine Delay sing 
enthusiastic praises. 



40 Days 

Wendy Lyons takes communion 
from Don Fortenberry at CMT's 
Maundy Thursday Service. 




1 Last Time 

Jonathan Kilgore 
conducts the Chapel 
Choir in its final 
performance of the 
year. 




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active 
members 




A IN FOCUS 
"Taking pictures on 
campus can be a bit 

frustrating, but a very re- 
warding experience." 

Steffenie Tomlin, at left 
with Heather Kittrell 

BUILDING SKILLS 

Habitat sponsored Study 
Breaks during exam week 
with free pizza and $2 
massages for students. 

Workdays in the midtown 
area held every month. 

Attended regional HFH 
conference. 



SHOWING OFF > 
Lindsay Myer and 
Taryn Stewart discuss 
Black Student Association 
objectives at the fall LEAD 
Summit. BSA coordinated a 
service project at a the 
Hinds County Community 
Nursing Home in December 
and hosted a Black History 
Month jazz program in 
February. 

INDEPENDENT WOMEN 
Q: What did you learn 
from AAUW? 

A: I learned how important it 
is to be involved with women 
in our community and across 
the nation in a common goal 
to improve educational 
opportunities for all. 

Amy Loy, aauw officer 

NEW ON CAMPUS 

Quay Ingels founded a 
chapter of service organiza- 
tion Epsilon Sigma Alpha in 
December. It was the first 
collegiate chapter in the state. 








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1200 
bucks 

Robert Flowood 
works on at the 
house at Blitz 
2000, for which 
Habitat for 
Humanity raised 
$1200. 



2 editors 

Jason Stine and Sally 
Williams started school early 
for the Purple & White Staff 
Workshop in August. 



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April 19 

Josh Johnson, at 
the Mahogany 
Ball sponsored by 
BSA held at the 
Crown Plaza 
Hotel downtown. 




2 hands 

Kenneth Townsend 
was one of 152 
volunteers from the 
school to help 
build a Habitat 
house in a week 
during November. 




american association of university women 

(from) Lauren Everett, Amy Loy. Junko Fukuma, {nor pic- 
tured) Liz Bertuccini, Fran Stallings. Brandt Walker, Karen 
Jointer. 



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purple & white 

newspaper staff 
(front) Timothy Parsons, Jason Stine, 
Vicki Myers, (back) Darsit Patel, Jason 
Hicks, Christian Burck. Christopher 
Hedglin. 




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united nations association 

(front) Ashley Leinweber. Dr. Iren Omo- 
Bare, Jaesa Malick, (back) Jason Stine, 
Bryan Cole, Stephanie Webster, Mary 
Alice Boyd. 



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black student association 

(front) Eugene Lamberth, Jahreese Jones. 
William Jorden. Jessica Dunlap, (back) 
Oria Dafe. Jihan Thigpen, Ariel Moss, 
Secretary Angela Beeks, Vice President 
Natalie Collier. President Kevin Mayes, 
(not pictured) Andrea Lucas.WalterZinn. 





habitat for humanity 

(front) 2nd Vice President Kenneth 
Griswold, Treasurer Jennifer Breazeale. 
Alan Jensen, Secretary Vicki Myers. Seth 
Gouguet (back) Shikha Goel. Jermaine 
Anthony Conley. Ryan Busekist. 1st Vice 
President Esther Elliott. Kate Bruce, 
Lauren Theobald. Co-President Colleen 
Fagan. 



campus cleanup 



sponsored by EARTH 
(from) Leigh Smith; (hack) Collin Glidewell. Robert Caskey. 
Debora Mann. Katie Hardy, Holly Kinget. Andrea Lucas. 






student athlete advisory 
committee 

(front) Travis Ezelle, Chad Laborde. Billy 
Williams. Ron Jurney; (back) Cecilia 
Turner, Sally Williams, Amy Janovsky, 
Malia Pelly, Jonathan Zaperach. 



major impressions 

Dance Team 
(from) Daria Kovalyova, Kathleen Toner. 
Colette Rabai, Heidi Bostick, Christi 
Langoni; (back) Rachel Falgout, Brooke 
Ingram, Captain Kelle Forster, Captain 
Sarah Segrest, Jihan Thigpen, Starlight 
Ray. 





ultimate frisbee club 

(front) Artem Mashnitskiy. Aaron Head, 
Marion Parker, Aleksey Mashnitskiy, 
Brendan Quigley: (back) Adviser James 
Harris, Zao Joe Wang, Bill Reid, Lindsey 
Blackstock, Brian Ebarb, Robert Caskey, 
Johnny Fisk: (not pictured) David 
Kimweli. 



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earth 

(front) Jane Buck, Robert Caskey, Callie 
Poole. Robert Freeman, Judy Coleman; 
(hack) Leta Negandhi. Katie Hardy. 
Steffenie Tomlin, Holly Kinget, Rebecca 
McRanev, Shadia Slaieh. Kim Jones. 





2 points 

Senior Starlight Ray 



dances at the NCAA 
playoff basketball 
game against MC. 




outside 
interests 



POINT OF VIEWv 
'Playing at EARTHfest 

was a lot like diving info a 
pool when you don't know 
how deep the water is. We 
hadn't rehearsed at all, and 
we blew a fuse in the mixing 
board as soon as we set up. 
But once we got started, the 
music sounded pretty good, 
and the crowd seemed to 
enjoy it." 

Tim Parsons, musician 

< THE RIGHT MOVES 
Brooke Ingram, Emily 
Olivier and Starlight 

Ray performed during the 
halftime show of the last 
football game against 
Trinity. The dance team 
rehearsed in the new studio 
of the Hall Activities Center. 
Captains Kelle Forster and 
Sarah Segrest choreographed 
the routines and led 
performances at several 
football and basketball 
games. 




ATHLETIC LEADERS 

SAAC, Student Athlete 
Advisory Committee 
members represented the 
athletic teams at Millsaps. 

President Billy Williams 
and Secretary Chad 
Laborde led discussions 
about issues affecting 
student athletes such as 
balancing athletics with 
academics. 

Hosted the annual Student 
Athlete Appreciation 
Week annual banquet in 
the Hall Activities Center. 



April 6 



Bill Reid gets ready for the 
ultimate frisbee toss on the 
practice field during an on- 
campus game. 





60 miles 

At EARTHfest, Sherry Smith eyes 
the efficient Hybrid car that gets 
60 miles per gallon. 



360 
Degrees 

Aleksey Mashnitskiy, 
Brian Ebarb, and 
Artem Mashnitskiy 
practice their frisbee 
skills during a Friday 
afternoon game. 




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A LANGUAGE LAB 
"The most helpful part 
about the language lab is 
listening to tapes that have 
various speakers. This allows 
me to become familiar with 
the language." 

Travis Clay, Spanish 1010 

EATING DISORDERS 
The Psychology Club 
focused on promoting 
awareness and the prevention 
of eating disorders. They 
sponsored Eating Disorder 
Awareness Week, and they 
distributed pamphlets and 



blue ribbons to students in 
support of increasing that 
awareness. 

POINT OF VIEW > 
Rallies were held on 

campus to encourage people 
to register to vote on the 
selection of the state flag. At 
right, Sara Harris signs 
up to vote with the help of 
Dr. Kristen Tegtmeier 
On April 1 7, Mississippians 
voted to keep the 1 894 
design, which included the 
rebel flag, rather than to 
adopt a new flag. 

ANTHROPOLOGY TRIPS 
University of the South 

for an excavation of the 

Michael's Rock Shelter. 
Society of American 

Archaeologists for the 

annual meeting in New 

Orleans. 
Choctaw Reservation 

in Philadelphia, MS. 
Nanih Waiya Mound 

in Winston County, MS. 





1 75 Gallons 

Barrot Lambdin works to maintain the 
freshwater aquarium in the Biology 
Department. 



women in science 

Dr. Kathy Mathis, Andrea Lucas, Kedra Martin. 
Lauren Everett, Tess Vasterling, 



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Biology 1020 

Lab manager Christine Barron 
discusess preparation for zoology lab 
with Krista Partain. 



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schiller gesellschaft 



german honorary 
Sergey Dzugan, Jenny Cherryhomes. Veronica Freeman, and 
Holley Blackwell. 




Spanish club 



{front) Mallory Tosch, Colquitt Dean, 
President, Adoltb Cacheiro: {back) Amy 
Loy. Shelley Harrigill, Esther Elliott. 
Jessica Malpass, Vice-President. 





german club 



(front) Gail Buzhardt, Katy Davis. Jenny 
Cherryhomes; (middle) Judy Coleman, 
Sarah Lloyd. Holley Blackwell, Sergey 
Dzugan. Jason Reddoch. Veronica 
Freeman: (back) Billy Dubuisson, Robert 
Nevins. 



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May 6 

Leigh Pennebaker's senior 
art exhibit, "Superwoman's 
Underthings," focused on 
self portraiture. 



classics honorary 
(front) Leslie Davis, Professor Tom Kohn, 
Rob Ogden, Jason Stine, Janice Jordan; 
(middle) Dr. Catherine Freis, Tracy 
Gillanders, Ellen Schoolar. Ellen 
Trappey, Jason Reddoch, Leta Negandhi; 
(back) Lauren Garrett, Justin Halliwell. 
Vicki Myers. Dr. Michael Gleason, Grady 
Flattmann, Jeremy Litton. 






biology honorary 
(front) Sonya Brown; Amy Neely, 
Historian, Crystal Berry, Treasurer; 
Angela Payne. President; Leigh Smith, 
Secretary; Brinda Rao; Sergey 
Dzugan.Vice President; Debbie Abuso: 
(middle) Robert Caskey. Grady 
Flattmann, Dr. Debora Mann, Rebecca 
McRaney. Kim Parker. Jordan Corbello. 
Denesha Evans, Lane Douglass, Lauren 
Brian. Janice Burke: (back) Brian 
Houston, Jim Goode, Courtney Valentine, 
Allison Harris, Sarah Todd, Wendy 
Lyons, Heidi Bostick. 



talent 
onstage 




A ADVENT SERVICE 
Kate Wilbanks, a 
member of the 
Millsaps Singers, lights 
her candle at the annual 
Advent Service beginning 
the process of sharing the 
light of Advent with the 
campus community. 

CHAMBER SINGERS TOUR 
New York City 
Church Centre at the 

United Nations 
St. John the Divine 
Episcopal Cathedral 




3 Tenors 

Tenors Brandon Baxter, Andrew 
Robertson, and Adam Cook sing 
during the Advent Service. 



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Washington Square 

United Methodist Church 
Interfaith Chapel 
Brooklyn Heights First 

Unitarian Church 

BEST SHOW > 

Paul Gagliano received 

the Alpha Psi Omega Best 
Actor Award for his role as 
Darwin Rivers \r\The History of 
Fear. Brandon Guidry 

received the award for best 
actor in a supporting role as 
Vernon Woods. Brian 
Floyd played the role of 
Darwin Rivers' father. The 
History of Fear was chosen 
as the best show of the year 
at the 5 1 st annual awards 
dinner hosted by the 
Millsaps Players. The 
Mississippi premiere of The 
History of Fear opened at 
Millsaps on April 26 and 
ran through April 29. The 
show was directed by a 
guest director, playwright 
Kos Kostmayer. 




1 st show 

Bridgette Reilly and Jim 
Goode perform in the fall 
production of A Doll's House. 





3 Ladies 

Reni Guidry, best actress in a supporting role, 
Rebecca Easley, and Melinda Bott, the winner of 
the Frank Hains Award, star in The History of Fear. 




April 6 



Visiting professor Dr. Royce Boyer rehearses the 
Singers for their performance at the inaugural 
ceremonies. 



wind ensemble 

Julie Maisel, Sarah Lloyd. Robert 
Greenwood, Nicole Allen, Yulon Stewart, 
Andrea Lucas, Brandi Walker, and Angela 
Beeks. 




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singers 

f/ronf )Hannah Silkman, Nicole 
Guntherberg, Lindsay Bennett, Mackey 
Sugar. Denesha Evans, Rose Hurder. Kate 
Wilbanks, Sonya Brown, Caroline Ficara; 
(2nd row) Jenni Brown, Brooke Ingram, 
Joye Cox, 'Manda Cashman, Rebecca 
Easley, Lauren Everett, Lica Gamble. Emily 
Clay. Laura Hastings, Natalie Collier, 
Roxanne McCullough; (3rd row) Michael 
Pickard. Dell Smith. Matthew Greig, Ricky 
James, Barrett Ingram, David McRae, Mat- 
thew Luter, David Norris, Adam Cook, 
Carolina Whitfield-Smith; (back) Ben 
Kimmons. Collin Glidewell, Robert Caskey, 
Brad Paulk, Kenneth Griswold, Travis Clay, 
Brian Bourn. Jonathan Kilgore. Andrew 
Robertson, Josh Dupont, Brandon Baxter. 



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2 Acts 

Kim Barfield prepares to go 
onstage in Ibsen's A Doll's 
House. 



chamber singers 

{firs! row) Shaun Felger, Stephanie Burks, 
Laura Lane, Ellen Trappey, Mia Rhymes. 
Lica Gamble; (second row) Jenni Brown, 
Rebecca Easley, Aileen Abate. Natalie 
Collier. Laura Hastings, Roxanne 
McCullough; (third row) Jonathan 
Kilgore, Kenneth Griswold, Brad Paulk. 
Josh Dupont, Richard Adams; (fourth 
row) Travis Clay. Charley Scales. Dell 
Smith. Brandon Baxter, Cole Cheek. Cliff 
Thompson. 





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alpha psi omega 

theatre honorary 
(front) Joe Wilson, Melinda Bott, Erin 
Whitaker; (middle) Billy Dubuisson. 
Rebecca Easley. Sam Sparks. Hannah 
Page: (hack) Jason Stine. Julian Dodd. 
Bridget Reilly, Eve Sonnier, Morgan 
Gadd. 



financial management association 

(front) Dr. Walter Neely. John Russell, Chivers Woodruff; 
(back) Jill Caruthers, Ben Bjornerud. Corbett Gibson. 






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beta alpha psi 



accounting honorary 
(front) Dana Bertke, Erika Garavito. Lee 
Valentine, Emily Merriman, (back) Sage 
Byrd, Leah Sams, Andy Felo. Bishop 
Porter, Kolie Wegner. 



beta gamma sigma 

business administration honorary 
(front) Dr. Diane Baker, Phyllis Pace, 
Emily Olivier, Lee Valentine, Lindsey 
May, Elaine Reyes, Jennifer Breazeale, 
Binh Nguyen, Catherine Hall, (middle) 
Elizabeth Rogers, Fran Stallings. Molly 
Jeffcoat, Sage Byrd. Laura Hillgartner. 
Nick Porter, (back) Bradley Bennett. 
David Moulder, Deanna Lucas, V. Doreen 
Douglas, Frank Grillis. David Ashely. 
Greg Mathis, Bill Blister. 





apics 

(front) Dr. Ajay Aggarwal, Patrick 
Lowery. Michael Waters, Natalie Hebert, 
Jennifer Muse. Rachel Thompson. Emily 
Merriman. Greg Rhodes, Graham Holly, 
James Ellis, (middle) Matt Chandler, Matt 
Surrell. Geoff Artigues. Angela Hobgood, 
Walker Coburn. Bishop Porter. Molly 
Jeffcoat, (back) Nick Porter, Suzie 
Francingues, Mark Chandler. Kim 
Shearer. Ian Ayton, Mark Williams, 
Michael Schwitter. Jeff Speed. 



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opics 

(front) Renae Davis, Aleksey 
Mashnitskiy. Lawrence Ou. Nathan 
Gannon, Sara Jones. Jonathan Kelly. Ja- 
son Little, (middle) Dr. Ajay Aggarwal, 
Malia Pelly. Sage Byrd. David Umsted, 
Kelle Forster. Waiter James. Mathew 
Devall. (back) Kolie Wegner, Byron Coo- 
per. Will Waldrop, Michael Robinson. 
Frances Stallings. Jennifer Breazeale. 




May 12 



M.B.A. recipient Stuart Wentwoi 
and his daughter, Grace, posef 
family photos after graduation - 
ceremonies. 




4 in Paris 

Bolton Flautt, Elizabeth Rogers, Ashton James, and 
Kristi Jovner take a field trip to the top of the Eiffel 
Tower during the Else School's summer Europe 
study abroad. 




meaning 
business 



< LAST WORDS 
Ben Bjornerud, David 
Estes, and Dr. Pat 
Taylor share final 
sentiments after the 
Baccalaureate service held 
May 1 1 at Galloway 
Methodist Church. After the 
service, faculty members 
and students gathered 
outside the church to share 
their congratulations and 
other final thoughts. 

WORLD OF WORK 

APICS members toured 
Federal Express and 
Eaton Aerospace to see 
examples of concepts they 
learned in the Operations 
Management course. 

Met for pizza in Murrah 
Hall lobby before each 
plant tour to discuss the 
concepts they would see. 

Adviser Ajay Aggarwal 
and students participated 
in question and answer 
sessions with guides after 
touring the businesses. 




A GRADUATE JOKES 
Matt Allen laughs at 
Cokie Roberts' joke in her 
commencement address that 
her mother was responsible 
for representing President Bill 
Clinton to the Pope. 

MONEY MAKERS 
Q: What did you learn 
from involvement in 
the Louis Wilson Fund? 

A: I learned new ways to 
analyze companies and 
received helpful career 
advice from board members. 
Jill Caruthers, fma officer 




winners 

Jill Caruthers, 
Lindsey May, 
and Tim Tench 
receive awards 
for finance, 
accounting and 
business 

administration at 
Awards Day. 



5 Future CFOs 

The Louis Wilson Investment Fund was 
managed by {front} Julie Schumacher, 
Chivers Woodruff, John Russell, 
[back] Adviser Waiter Neely, Corbett 
Gibson, Jill Caruthers. 




activities. 47 



a 



who's who 




Kristen Marie 
Babula 

Germantown, TN 
B.B.A., Business anc 
Psychology 









Crystal Shenille 


Ryan Michael 


Berry 


Bourgeois 


Jackson, MS 


St. Amant, LA 


B.S., Biology 


B.B.A., Business an 




Political Science 




Brooks LaShea 


Ryan Elizabeth 


Lewis Anthony 


Brower 


Brumby 


Bullock 


Carrollton, MS 


Lake Charles, LA 


Hattiesburg, MS 


B.A., Psychology 


B.B.A., Accounting and 

French 


B.A., Psychology 




Jenny Cosima 


Elizabeth Hollis 


Kelli Lauren 


Cherryhomes 


Cooper 


Crossland 


Dallas, TX 


New Orleans, LA 


Dallas, TX 


B.S., Geology and 


B.A., Education 


B.B.A., Business and 


German 




Spanish 



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aura Warrene 
erry 

jurel, MS 

A., History 




illison Melissa 
larris 

letairie, LA 
S., Biology 




am Houston 
ing 

lorinth, MS 

.A., Political Science 

nd Spanish 




Collin Russell 
Glidewell 

Brandon, MS 
B.A., Music 




Peyton Lantz 
Hays 

Jackson, MS 
B.S., Chemistry 




Julie Theresa 
Lassalle 

Long Beach, MS 
B.A., Psychology 




Kenneth Michael 
Griswold 

Tupelo, MS 

B.A., Education and 

English 




Jonathan Candler 
Kilgore 

Ridgeland, MS 
B.A., Church Music 




Ashley Elizabeth 
Leinweber 

Tucson, AZ 

B.A., French and Political 

Science 




Shelley Marion 
Harrigill 

Brookhaven, MS 
B.A., Psychology and 
Spanish 




Amelia Jane 
Killcreas 

Starkville, MS 
B.A., English and 
Religious Studies 




Annah Kimball 
Marshall 

Jackson, MS 

B.A., Sociology and 

Spanish 



who's who. 4" 




ho's who 





Georgianna 
LaNelle Martin 

Brandon, MS 
B.S., Psychology 




Carla Lann 
Morrison 

Birmingham, AL 
B.A., Education 





Hannah Kathryn 
Mashburn 

Memphis, TN 

B.A., French and History 




Robert Stanley 
Morrison 

Greenville, MS 
B.A., English 





Jeffrey Rhea 
Mitchell 

Magnolia, MS 
B.A., Sociology 




Vinh Doan 
Ngo 

Meridian, MS 
B.B.A., Accounting 




Angela Michelle 


Melissa Kate 


Jennifer Leigh 


Payne 


Pearce 


Pennebaker 


Baton Rouge, LA 


Meridian, MS 


Star, MS 


B.S., Biology 


B.A., Business and 
Spanish 


B.A., Studio Art 



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Jrinda T. 
lao 

!idgeland, MS 
S.S., Chemistry 




Mary Catherine 
Shall 

Natchez, MS 
B.A., Sociology 




Julie Christine 
Skipper 

Meridian, MS 
B.A., Art History 




April Marie 
Slayden 

Madison, MS 

B.S., Computer Science 




.ori Elizabeth 
ituntz 

>aton Rouge, LA 
>.S., Economics and 
Aath 




lyan Joseph 
/incent 

Monroe, LA 

5. A., European Studies 

ind Political Science 




Alison McLain 
Sullenberger 

Jackson, MS 
B.A., English 




Chad Wayne 
Washington 

Pontotoc, MS 

B.S., Computer Science 

and Math 




Courtney Louise 
Valentine 

Lucedale, MS 
B.S., Biology 




Jared Adam 
White 

Pulaski, TN 
B.S., Chemistry 




Prasad Veera 
Vasamsetti 

Clinton, MS 

B.S., Computer Science 

not pictured 

Josh Marquis 
Johnson 

New Orleans, LA 
B.B.A., Business 



who's who.O I 




I How does SBA 
benefit students? 



"The Senate 
communicates 
between the 
students and 
administration 
to improve all 
aspects of 
student life. 
-Akram Al-Turk 




HEADS UP! 

During a team building exercise straws, the RA's had to build a 

for the RA's, Patrick Cooper structure that would prevent an 

drops eggs out of a window in egg from breaking upon impact. 
Bacot. Using only tape and 




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MAKING THE GRADE 

English proffessor Austin 
Wilson meets with one his 
students outside of class to 
discuss a paper. 

TOOLS OF THE TRADE 

Courtney Chastain 
hammers a frame in 
preparation for her senior 
art show, a requirement for 
all studio art majors. The 
paintings in her show each 
contained a self portrait in 
conjunction with an 
abstract object. 



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President 



Dr. Frances Lucos-Touchor 




STEWPOT 



the cabinet 




ADVENT SERVICE 




DR. JOHN PILGRIM, MR. JOHN GAINES 

Vice President for Administration, Director of 
Admissions 



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MAJOR FAN 



INAUGURAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Sunday, April 1 : Inaugural Service and Blessing 
Monday , April 2: College Community Service Projects, 

Cook -out 
Tuesday, April 3: College Community Service Projects 
Wednesday, April 4: Academic Symposia- "Faculty 
Research at Millsaps: Past, Present, Future," 
Musical Reception 
Thursday, April 5: Forums: "Professing the Academy: 
The place of the church - related college," " Women 
Presidents: The road less travelled" 
Friday, April 6: Inauguration 

Millsaps Family Celebration 
Celebration Band 



The Inauguration 





THE STUDENTS: Shelly Goswomi, Emily Dasingei 






THE PROCESSION 



THE FAMILY: Michael, Paul, Anno Catherine Touchar 



THE SINGERS: Richard Adams, David McRae 




MR. KEVIN RUSSELL 

Assistant to the President for College 
Communications and Director of Alumni 
Relations 



DEAN TODD ROSE, DR. RANDY BOXX, DR. GEORGE BEY, DR. DAVID DAVIS 

Vice President and Dean of Students, Dean of Else School of Management,Associote 
Deon of Sciences, Associate Dean of Arts and Letters 



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what a Wiest 





Executive Assistants. Nancy White. Esther Baugh, Nancy 
McKaul, Grace Harrington. 





Physical Plant Administration. 

Rich Gell, Sandi Mobley 




Financial Aid. Patrick James. Ann Hendrick, Wendy Hutchins. 
Cheri Gober. 



Athletic Department, (front) Shea 
Taylor. John Stroud, Robin Jeffries. 
Ron Jurney, Tim Wise, J.B. 
Coincon, Gregg Tripp, (middle) 
Peter Cosmiano. Suzie 
Francingues, Cara Rasmussen, 
Missa Turman. Murray Burch, 
Diane Rulewicz, Janet Johnson, 
(back) Billy Evans, Bob Tyler, Jim 
Page, Joe Kinsella, Ronnie Gray, 
Paul Van Hooydonk. 




Business Office, (front) Julie 
Daniels, Donna Moore, Sharon 
Beasley, Trish Bruce (back) Shelly 
Breland. Leslie Ivers. Ruth 
Wilkinson. Gail Waldrop, Lou 
Bumey, Dana Lang, Regina 
Italiano. 




Student Affairs, (front) Nicole 
Donald. Martha Lee, Patrick 
Cooper, Jennifer Casey, Sandy 
Rhymes. Katie Porter, (middle) 
Janis Booth. Janet Johnson. Sherryl 
Wilbum. Betty Hulsey, Ruth 
Johnson. Andrea Miller-Pound, 
Cindy Strine, (back) Wayne Miller, 
Sr. Sharon Glumb, Todd Rose, 
Walter Turner, Don Fortenberry . 
Vickey McDonald. 




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Development (front ) Charles 
Lewis, Kevin Russell, Alex Woods. 
Judy Oglesby, Larry Wells, 
(middle) Nicole Bradshaw. Jon 
Peede. Tanya Newkirk, Shelly 
Odem, Kay Barksdale. Elizabeth 
Cooper, (back) Ann Harkins, 
Maitha Boshers. Luran Buchanan, 
John Conway, Margarita Schmid, 
Theresa Surber. Betsy Perkins. 




Admissions, (front) Amanda 
O'Kelly, Ashley Bass, Jane Hogue, 
Rebecca Baugh, Shannon Grimsley 
(back) Angela Armstrong. Connie 
Trigg, Danny Easley, Sarah 
Katherine McNeil. Shane White. 
Karen Cadiere. John Gaines. 




Resident Assistants, (front) 
Patrick Cooper, Leigh Pennebaker, 
Tom Murphy, Jennifer Casey, 
Howard Zinn, Kevin Mayes, 
Walter Turner (2" d row) Elizabeth 
Lutz, Mandi Wallis, Lica Gamble. 
Rebecca Cross, Amy Sellers, Guitta 
Chaiban. Sam King. Lindsey 
Blackstock (3" 1 row) Margaret 
Veach, Erin Whitaker, Hannah 
Mashburn. Amy Janovsky, Julie 
LassaMe, Georgianna Martin. 
Kristen Babula, Andrea Lucas, 
Timothy Parsons, Ashley 
Leinweber, Kathleen Toner (back) 
Travis Clay, Paul Gagliano, 
Christopher Hedglin, Jim Goode. 
Shea Maddox. 




Library Staff, (front) Tom Henderson, Barbara 
West. Judy Frascogna. Lynda McCledon, (middle) 
Molly Signs, Larry Madison, Jan Allison, Elizabeth 
Beck, Robin Garrad, (back) Debra Mcintosh. (Not 
Pictured) Allison Moys, Joycelyn Trotter 




Divisions. Dora Robertson, 
Judy Willis. 




Adult Learning. Janet Langley, Ranee Underwood. Nola 
Gibson, Mary Markley. 



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Dr. Sarah Armstrong 

Professor ofBiolog}', Chair 

Dr. George Bey 

Assoc. Prof, of Sociology-Anthropology, Assoc. Dean 

Dr. Chris Bratcher 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 

Dr. Bill Brister 

Assistant Professor, ESOM 

Mr. Christopher Brunt 

Assistant Professor of Performing Arts 



Mrs. Gail Buzhardt 

Modem Languages 

Dr. Eugene Cain 

Professor of Chemistry 

Mrs. Cheryl Coker 

Assistant Professor of Performing Arts 

Dr. Timothy Coker 

Professor of Performing Arts, Chair 

Dr. Andrew Felo 

Assistant Professor, ESOM 



EAT DANCE LAUGH RELAX. 



what a Whstvle 





Dr. Laura Franey 

Assistant Professor of English 

Mr. Morgan Gadd 

Assistant Professor of Performing Arts 

Mr. Stan Galicki 

Instructor of Geology 

Dr. Eric Griffin 

Assistant Professor of English 

Dr. Anne Hardcastle 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 

Dr. James Harris 

Assistant Professor of Geology, Chair 

Mr. Tom Henderson 

Associate Professor, Librarian 

Dr. Dick Highfill 

Associate Professor ofBiolog)' 

Dr. Robert Jones 

Mathematics 

Dr. Robert Kahn 

Associate Professor of Modem Languages 



Dr. William Lamb 

Assistant Professor, ESOM 

Mrs. Janet Langley 

Adult Learning 

Dr. Carolee Larsen 

Assistant Professor of Sociology-Anthropology 

Mr. Boty McDonald 

Assistant Professor, ESOM 

Mr. Larry Madison 

Library 




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Allison Mays 

iry 

R.W. McCarley 

shmt Professor o) 'Computer Science 
Sarah Lee McGuire 
stunt Professor of Biolog}' 
James McKeown 
essor of Biolog}' 
Elizabeth Moak 
StatU Professor of Performing Arts 



Dr. Robert Nevins 

Associate Professor of Biolog}' 

Mr. Jake Olivier 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Dr. Kevin Pauli 

Assistant Professor, ESOM 

Dr. John Pilgrim 

Professor, ESOM 

Dr. Darby Ray 

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies 





Dr. Donald Schwartz 

Assistant Professor of Computer Science 

Dr. Elise Smith 

Professor of Art 

Mr. Jan Tarlin 

Religious Studies 

Dr. Kristen Tegtmeier 

Assistant Professor of History 

Dr. Timothy Ward 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 



Mr. Sandford Warren 

Instructor, ESOM 

Dr. Johnnie-Marie Whitfield 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Dr. Sandford Zale 

Assistant Professor ofHistor} 1 



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Aileen Abate, So. 


Jf> 


m 


Elizabeth Adams, So. 


A 


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Jaquelin Adams, So. 


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Thomas Adams, Jr. 


" : 




Seema Ahuja, Fr. 


\ 
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Osmond Akmenkalas, 
Fr. 


V 



Akram Al-Turk, So. 

Leslie Aldridge, Fr. 

Terrance Alexander, Sr. 

Alayna Allen, So. 

Ben Allen, So. 

Nicole Allen, Fr. 



Dale Almond, Fr. 

Christine Ambrosek, Sr. 

Derek Anderson, Fr. 

Jesse Anderson, Fr. 

Lauren Anderson, Fr. 

Aalia Anwar, Sr. 



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what a life 




Margaret Anzelmo, Jr. 

Leigh Ann Arcuri, Fr. 

Justin Arnold, Jr. 

Miranda Arnold, Jr. 

Ayako Asada, Jr. 

Tiffany Atkins, Fr. 



Wes Atkins, Fr. 

Courtney Austin, So. 

Kristen Babula, Sr. 

Anne Bailey, Sr. 

Rachel Baird, Sr. 

Lisa Baldi, Fr. 




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Barbara Balla, So. 
Brandon Bang, Fr. 
Hutton Banks, Fr. 
Frank Barker, Fr. 
Jennifer Barker, Fr. 
Helen Barkley, Fr. 



Adam Barnes, Fr. 
Jeb Barnett, Fr. 
JoAnna Barnett, Sr. 
Ashley Barron, Fr. 
Diana Bass, Fr. 
Elizabeth Bates, Sr. 



Angela Beeks, Jr. 
Danny Bell, Fr. 
Mary Bell, Fr. 
Lindsay Bennett, So. 
Brandon Benson, Fr. 
Courtney Bergeron, Fr. 




Crystal Berry, Sr. 
Liz Bertuccini, Jr. 
Kevin Best, Fr. 
Sumon Bhowmick, Jr. 
Pascal Biron, Sr. 
Elizabeth Bishara, Jr. 



Ben Bjornerud, Sr. 
Lindsey Blackstock, Jr. 
Lindsey Blakeney, So. 
Michele Booker, Fr. 
Leslie Booth, Fr. 
Heidi Bostick, Fr. 



students. 60 



Melinda Bott, Sr. 

Sean Boudreau, Fr. 

Ryan Bourgeois, Sr. 

Brian Bourn, Fr. 

Craig Bowman, Jr. 

Ann Boyd, Fr. 



Mary Alice Boyd, Jr. 

Tia Brabham, Fr. 

Rebecca Bradford, Sr. 

Janet Bradley, Sr. 

Lauryn Bratton, Sr. 

Jennifer Breazeale, Jr. 



EAT DANCE LAUGH RELAX 



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Rem Guidry 



Adam Breeland, Fr. 

Paul Breshahan, So. 

Deranda Brewer, Fr. 

Lauren Brian, Fr. 

Monika Brodowska, So. 

Sarah Brooks, Fr. 



Beau Brouillette, So. 

Emilee Broussard, So. 

Brooks Brower, Sr. 

Blakely Brown, Fr. 

Josh Brown, Fr. 

Kendra Brown, Fr. 



Richard Brown, Sr. 

Sonya Brown, Fr. 

Kate Bruce, Fr. 

Ryan Brumby, Sr. 

Locke Bryan, Sr. 

Ben Buck, Fr. 




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Jane Buck, Jr. 
Anthony Bullock, Sr. 
Ethan Bullock, Fr. 
Christian Burck, Jr. 
Adam Burdick, So. 
Janice Burke, Jr. 



Stephanie Burks, Jr. 
Randi Burnett, Fr. 
Ashley Burns, So. 
Carter Burns, Jr. 
Blair Burnside, Jr. 
Ryan Busekist, So. 




J 

Jermoine Conley 




Jim Bush, Fr. 
Anna Ruth Byrd, Fr. 
Richie Caldwell, Jr. 
Adam Callaway, Fr. 
Richard Caminita, Jr. 
Steven Campbell, Fr. 



Sara Capps, Sr. 
Alanna Carr, Fr. 
Rieker Carsey, Jr. 
Kathenne Carter, So. 
Kewann Carter, Fr. 
Matthew Cartwright, Fr. 



Jill Caruthers, Sr. 
Blake Case, Sr. 
'Manda Cashman, Jr. 
Robert Caskey, So. 
DeAnna Caston, Fr. 
Adam Causey, So. 



students. OJ 



Maggie Caver, Fr 

Andrei Cesin, Jr 

Andrew Chalona, So 

Mark Chandler, Jr 

Matt Chandler, Jr 

Courtney Chastain, Sr 



Lee Chatham, Fr 

Tara Chauffe, Jr 

Christine Cherry, Fr. 

Susan Cherry, Jr 

Jenny Cherryhomes, Sr. 

Amelia Chisolm, Jr 



Matthew Chow, Fr 

Keith Christner, Fr 

Nicole Christopher, Fr 

Jennifer Clark, Fr 

Emily Clay, So 

Katie Clegg, Jr 




Jean Clifton, Jr. 

Michelle Clingan, Sr. 

Walker Coburn, Jr. 

Luke Cochran, Fr. 

Bryan Cole, Fr. 

Claire Coleman, So. 



Judith Coleman, So. 

Natalie Collier, Jr. 

Stephanie Collins, Fr. 

Jermaine Conley, Fr. 

Alex Connolly, Sr. 

Amanda Coody, Jr. 




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Adam Cook, Fr. 
Melanie Cook, Sr. 
Carla Corban, So. 
Jordan Corbello, So. 
Casey Cordts, Fr. 
Kayce Cotton, Fr. 



Rimmer Covington, Fr. 
Joye Cox, Fr. 
Jay Craddock, Fr. 
Adam Crawford, So. 
Ken Crawley, Sr. 
Anna Crell, Fr. 



Raleigh Cross, Fr. 
Rebecca Cross, Jr. 
Daniel Culpepper, So. 
Will Cunningham, Fr. 
Oria Date, Fr. 
Eric Daigle, Fr. 




Emily Daly, So. 
Dharius Daniels, Sr. 
Willie Darby, Fr. 
Emily Dasinger, So. 
Katy Davis, Fr. 
Leslie Davis, Jr. 



Micah Davis, Sr. 
Renae Davis, Sr. 
Sarah Davis, So. 
Herwig De Beukelaer, Sr. 
Colquitt Dean, So. 
Sarah Dees, Sr. 



students. 6/ 



Matt Devall, Jr 

Julian Dodd, So 

Treuty Dominick, Sr 

Jeff Douglas, Sr 

Lane Douglass, Sr 

Andrea Dover, Fr 



Lance Downing, Fr 

Billy Dubuisson, So 

Damien Ducote, Sr 

Marcus Dudley, Sr 

Tala Dufresne, Fr 

Lauren Dunagin, So 




Jessica Dunlap, Fr. 

Matthew Dunn, Sr. 

Joshua Dupont, Sr. 
Margaret Dykes, Fr. 
Rebecca Easley, So. 

Jared Eastlack, Fr. 



Brian Ebarb, Sr. 

Gary Eeds, Jr. 

Esther Elliot, So. 

James Ellis, Jr. 

Tyler Erb, Jr. 

Aurelie Estevecorena, 

Fr. 



Cedric Evans, Fr. 
Denesha Evans, So. 
Leonard Evans, So. 
Mariana Evans, So. 
Lauren Everett, Fr. 

Amy Exnicios, Fr. 




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Travis Ezelle, Sr. 
Colleen Fagan, Jr. 
Rachel Falgout, Jr. 
Madelyn Fancher, Sr. 
Coralie Farlsh, Jr. 
Arien Faucett, So. 



Mary Sanders Ferriss, Fr. 
Laura Ferry, Sr. 
Aaron Fikac, Jr. 
Grady Flattmann, Jr. 
Stephanie Fleet, Fr. 
Devon Fletcher, So. 



BFyj K9CT '* 




Lindsay Floyd, So. 
Drew Ford, Jr. 
Trenton Forrest, Jr. 
Kelle Forster, Jr. 
Alan Fowler, So. 
James Freeman, Jr. 



Kenzie Fremin, Fr. 
Wesley French, Fr. 
Devin Furrow, Fr. 
Paul Gagliano, Jr. 
Carly Gallagher, Jr. 
Lilian Gamble, Jr. 



Erika Garavito, Sr. 
Doug Garner, Fr. 
Laura Garner, Fr. 
Kathleen Garrett, Jr. 
Heather Gauthier, Fr. 
Jonathan Gay, Sr. 



students. 6/ 




Ryan Gaylord, So 

Gretchen Gifford, S 

Andrea Gilbert, So 

Beth Gilfoil, So 

Jessica Gillom, Fr 

Shikha Goel, So 



Kristy Goff, So 

Misty Goff, So 

Joseph Goines, So 

Jennie Golden, Fr 

James Goode, So 

Gray Gordon, Fr 



Shelly Goswami, Jr. 
Seth Gouguet, Fr. 

Erin Gourlay, Fr. 
Temple Gowan, Fr. 

Travis Grace, Jr. 

J.D. Graffam, Fr. 



Bryant Graham, So. 

Elizabeth Grainger, Sr. 

Kristy Grammar, Sr. 

Peter Gray, Fr. 

Andrea Green, So. 

Robbie Greenwood, Fr. 



Matthew Greig, So. 

Adam Grimmett, Jr. 

Kenneth Griswold, Sr. 

Jason Gruich, Jr. 

Michelle Gueringer, Sr. 

Brandon Guidry, Jr. 




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Brent Guitreau, Fr. 
Nicole Guntherberg, Fr. 
Max Guthrie, Fr. 
Neelima Gutti, Fr. 
Becky Hable, Sr. 
Jordan Haedicke, Fr. 



Chris Hallmark, Fr. 
Andrea Hardin, Fr. 
Rolfe Harper, Fr. 
Shelley Harngill, Sr. 
Allison Harris, Sr. 
Nash Harris, Fr. 



Portica Harris, Fr. 
Sara Harris, So. 
Kaiser Harnss, Jr. 
Temekia Hart, Fr. 
Laura Hastings, So. 
Melody Hatampa, Fr. 




Jason Hatt, Fr. 
Peyton Hays, Sr. 
Aaron Head, Jr. 
Colby Heath, Fr. 
Raymond Heatherly, Fr. 
Natalie Hebert, Sr. 



Christopher Hedglin, Jr. 
Bess Heisler, Fr. 
Crystal Helo, So. 
Drew Hendon, Jr. 
Laine Hendricks, So. 
Katie Henke, Fr. 



students./ I 



John Henry, So. 
Lee Henson, Fr. 
Jennifer Hicks, Jr. 
Jason Hicks, So. 
Rebecca Hill, Sr. 
Laura Hillgartner, So. 



Angela Hobgood, Jr. 
Meredith Hodges, Fr. 

Isaiah Hoggatt, Jr. 

Micah Hoggatt, Fr. 

Melissa Holley, Sr. 
Ashley Hollis, Fr. 



EAT DANCE LAUGH RELAX. 





4*4* 





Graham Holly, Jr. 

Brad Hooker, Jr. 

Ted Hopkins, Fr. 

Timothy Horn, Fr. 

Brian Houston, Fr. 

Lauren Houston, Sr. 



Tracie Houston, Jr. 

Amber Hudson, So. 

Shalanda Hudson, Fr. 

Blake Huggard, Sr. 

Ben Hughes, Jr. 

Dane Hughes, Fr. 



Digger Hughey, Fr. 

Josh Hunt, Fr. 

Rose Hurder, So. 

Elise Ingles, Jr. 

Barret Ingram, So. 

Brooke Ingram, So. 




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Janie Irvin, Fr. 
Heather Isbell, So. 
Nikki Ivancic, Sr. 
Anna Ivshin, So. 
Ned Jabour, So. 
Dionne Jackson, So. 



Lindsey Jackson, Fr. 
Danny Jaeger, Fr. 
Loren James, Jr. 
Ricky James, Fr. 
Tammy James, Jr. 
Amy Janovsky, So. 





Molly Jeffcoat, Jr. 
Deondra Jefferson, Fr. 
Alan Jensen, Fr. 
Patrick Jerome, Fr. 
Joshua Jeter, Jr. 
Vaughan Jinks, Jr. 



Allen Johnson, Fr. 
Christina Johnson, Jr. 
Mandy Johnson, Jr. 
Ronnie Johnson, So. 
Karen Jointer, Sr. 
Bryant Jones, Fr. 



Jahreese Jones, So. 
Kimberly Jones, So. 
Sara Jones, Jr. 
William Jorden, So. 
Jason Josef, So. 
Kristi Joyner, Sr. 



students. /O 



Amy Kalkbrenner, So. 

Maureen Kampman, Fr. 

Austin Keeling, Jr. 

Caroline Key, So. 

Jonathan Kilgore, Sr. 

Ricara Kimbel, So. 



Ben Kimmons, Fr. 

David Kimweli, Fr. 

Sam King, Sr. 

Holly Kinget, Jr. 

Heather Kittrell, So. 

Katie Klinke, Fr. 



Jessie Kneupper, Jr. 

Jessica Knight, Fr. 

Cortland Knox, Jr. 

Christine Koenig, Jr. 

Daria Kovalyova, Fr. 

Ella Kuhn, Jr. 



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■>4L±- ■ lW^ f '^ ae 




Claire Kurtts, Fr. 

Chad Laborde, Jr. 

Kasey Ladner, Fr. 

Adam Lambert, So. 

Joseph Lamberth, Fr. 

Jerry Landry, Fr. 



Laura S. Lane, Sr. 
Christi Langoni, Fr. 
Walt Larisey, So. 
Liz Lasoski, Jr. 
Julie Lassalle, Sr. 
Valerie Lauro, Fr. 




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Lmdsey Lawrence, Fr. 
Prentiss Lawson, Fr. 
Ashley Leinweber, Sr. 
Brent LeJeune, Jr. 
Chat Lennart, So. 
Brittany Levy, Jr. 



Mikaela Levy, Fr. 
Mary Emrey Liles, So. 
Brian Lindsey, Fr. 
Jeremy Litton, So. 
Sarah Lloyd, Sr. 
Brad Lokitz, Jr. 



Joey Lollar, Fr. 
Ann Long, So. 
Jason Lotz, Fr. 
Chris Lowery, Fr. 
Amy Loy, So. 
Andrea Lucas, Jr. 



Joshua Johnson 




Drew Lumsden, Fr. 
Matthew Luter, Fr. 
Elizabeth Lutz, So. 
Wendy Lyons, Jr. 
Anita Madakasira, Sr. 
Nathan Maddox, So. 



Shea Maddox, Sr. 
Rachel Madjlesi, So. 
Cheqeutta Magee, Sr. 
Jessica Malpass, So. 
Kelly Malpass, Sr. 
Dan Marian, Fr. 



students. / D 



Erica Marks, Jr. 

Annah Marshall, Sr. 

Kacey Marshall, Fr. 

Bob Marston, Fr. 

Georgianna Martin, Sr. 

Kedra Martin, Sr. 



Sarah Martin, Jr. 

Hannah Mashburn, Sr. 

Aleksey Mashnitskiy, Jr. 

Artem Mashnitskiy, Jr. 

Kellen Mathews, Fr. 

Baron Matthews, So. 



EAT DANCE LAUGH RELAX 



what a lif 





Britney Mauldin, Fr. 

Lindsey May, Sr. 

Vince Mazzone, Fr. 

Sarah McAtee, Sr. 

Trey McClain, Fr. 

Roxanne McCullough, Fr. 



Jason McDonald, Sr. 

Shatondra McGaffeny, 

Fr. 

Colleen McGaw, Fr. 

Katie McGaw, Sr. 

William McGehee, Fr. 

Jeff Mclntyre, Jr. 



Tamond McKinsey, Fr. 

Derrick McNeal, Sr. 

Martha McNeese, Fr. 

Ruthanne McNeice, Jr. 

David McRae, Fr. 

Rebecca McRaney, So. 




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Natalie McSwain, Fr. 
Dolly Mehta, Fr. 
Kristin Melvin, So. 
Nick Melvin, Fr. 
Meg Meredith, Jr. 
Emily Merriman, Jr. 



Amanda Merrit, So. 
Trey Messer, Fr. 
Lindsay Meyer, Jr. 
Micheal Michel, Sr. 
Heather Miller, Fr. 
Zack Miller, Fr. 





Dalvia Mitchell, Fr. 
Jeff Mitchell, Sr. 
Joy Mitchell, Jr. 
Julia Mitchell, Fr. 
Larkin Mitchell, Fr. 
Keely Mixon, Jr. 



Charlie Mock, Fr. 
Robika Modak, So. 
Jill Moody, Jr. 
Jed Mooney, So. 
Doug Moore, Fr. 
Claire Morgan, Sr. 



Adam Morrison, So. 
Robbie Morrison, Sr. 
Ariel Moss, Fr. 
Jared Mott, So. 
Tom Murphy, Jr. 
Darin Muse, So. 



students.// 



Johnathan Myers, Fr. 

Vicki Myers, Jr. 

Jennifer Nagelin, Fr. 

Motoi Namihira, Fr. 

Amy Neely, Sr. 

Anna Nelson, Sr. 



Rebecca Nelson, So. 

James Newman, So. 

Hannah Newsom, Fr. 

Amanda Nicholas, Sr. 

Ashley Nichols, Fr. 

Jack Nichols, Sr. 



Eric Niedermeyer, Grad. 

Peter Nix, So. 

Ryan O'Beirne, So. 

Matthew O'Bryant, So. 

Kyle Oliver, Fr. 

Emily Olivier, Sr. 



EAT DANCE LAUGH RELAX 



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Lawrence Ou, Jr. 

Valerie Paasch, So. 

Christopher Pace, Fr. 

Claire Panter, Fr. 

Kim Parker, So. 

Mansa Parker, So. 



Megan Parks, Fr. 

Nick Parrish, So. 

Timothy Parsons, So. 

Krista Partain, Jr. 

Darsit Patel, Sr. 

Jinal Patel, So. 




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Mital Patel, Fr. 
Adam Patterson, Sr. 
Ryan Paul, Jr. 
Bradley Paulk, Fr. 
Nicole Paulk, So. 
Angela Payne, Sr. 



Jonathan Pedersen, Fr. 
Leigh Pennebaker, Sr. 
Malia Pelly, Jr. 
Nick Porter, Jr. 
Jessica Perkins, Sr. 
Bridgette Peters, Jr. 



Abby Peterson, Fr. 
Micheal Phillips, So. 
Stuart Phillips, Fr. 
Michael Pickard, Fr. 
Natalie Pilato, So. 
Candice Polk, Sr. 




Stacy Ponder, Fr. 
Callie Poole, So. 
Cameron Portera, Fr. 
Erin Powell, Jr. 
Joe Powell, Fr. 
Mary Frances Prejean, 
Sr. 



Ginny Puddister, Fr. 
Amanda Blair Pullen, So. 
Erin Puryear, Fr. 
Brendan Quigley, So. 
Colette Rabai, Jr. 
Roman Rabourn, Jr. 



students. // 



Chris Randall, Sr. 

Brlnda Rao, Sr. 

Starlight Ray, Sr. 

Stephanie Raymond, Fr. 

Stacie Reaves, Fr. 

Erin Redding, Sr. 



Charles Redmond, Sr 

Rebecca Reed, Sr 

Bill Reid, Jr 

Jonathan Reid, Fr 

Matt Renna, Fr 

Elaine Reyes, Sr 



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Danielle Reynolds, Fr. 

Zack Rhodes, Fr. 

Krissy Richmond, Fr. 

Emily Rivers, So. 

Bo Roberts, Fr. 

Edwin Roberts, Jr. 



Jess Roberts, Jr. 

Lauren Roberts, Jr. 

Andrew Robertson, Jr. 

Blake Robertson, Fr. 

Chris Robertson, Sr. 

Elizabeth Rogers, Sr. 



Beau Roode, So. 

Coralie Rose, Fr. 

David Rossi-Espagnet, 

Fr. 

Jennifer Roth, Sr. 

Melissa Salnave, Fr. 

Jennifer Samples, Fr. 




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Leah Sams, Sr. 
Katie Sanches, Fr. 
Sonia Sandhu, Sr. 
Liza Santiago, Fr. 
Madis Sarglepp, Fr. 
Charley Scales, Sr. 



Chris Schiro, So. 

Mary Catherine Shull, 

Sr. 

Micheal Schwitter, Jr. 

Sarah Segrest, Jr. 

Martin Seib, So. 

Amy Sellers, So. 





Kelly Sellers, Fr. 
Will Selman, So. 
Aldan Shank, So. 
Matt Sharbrough, So. 
Amelia Shaw, Fr. 
Megan Shaw, Fr. 



Timothy Sheehan, Sr. 
Heather Shelton, So. 
Hannah Silkman, Jr 
Julie Skipper, Sr. 
Shadia Slaieh, So. 
April Slayden, Sr. 



Steve Sloan, So. 
Laura Smallwood, 
Dell Smith, So. 
Kellie Smith, Fr. 
Leigh Smith, Jr. 
Leslie Smith, So. 



So. 



students. O 



Liz Smith, So. 
Madolyn Smith, Fr. 

Natalie Smith, Fr. 
Spencer Smith, Fr. 

Brett Snyder, So. 
Sidney Snyder, Fr. 



Evangeline Sonnier, Sr. 

Sam Sparks, So. 

Sarah Spaulding, Sr. 

Rachel Spear, Jr. 

Jeff Speed, Jr. 

Charles Spence, Fr. 



Edward Spencer, Fr. 

Elizabeth Staby, Fr. 

Sara Catherine Stafford, 

Fr. 

Fran Stallings, Jr. 

O.B. Stander, Jr. 

Kentrell Starks, Jr. 



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Caroline Stauffer, Sr. 

William Steelman, Sr. 

Meredith Stegall, Fr. 

Michelle Steinkampf, Fr. 

Israel Stephens, Fr. 

Elizabeth Stewart, Fr. 



Yulon Stewart, Fr. 

Jason Stine, Sr. 

Jennifer Stoner, So. 

Lori Stuntz, Sr. 

Shantelle Suane, Sr. 

Mackey Sugar, So. 




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John Sullivan, Jr. 
Jason Sumrall, So. 
Benita Tandy, Fr. 
Jessica Tauriac, Fr. 
Charles Terrel, So. 
Cindy Terry, Fr. 



Amy Thames, So. 
Lauren Theobald, Fr. 
Jihan Thigpen, Fr. 
Bobby Thompson, Jr. 
Deldra Thompson, Fr. 
Rachel Thompson, Jr. 



Andy Thornton, Jr. 
Angela Thurmond, Fr. 
Robert Thuston, Fr. 
Audra Tierce, So. 
Samara Tillman, So. 
Sarah Todd, Jr. 







Steffenie Tomlin, So. 
Kathleen Toner, So. 
Mallory Tosch, Jr. 
Brad Touchstone, Jr. 
Robert Touchstone, Jr. 
Kenneth Townsend, Fr. 



Ellen Trappey, Jr. 
Bryan Treanor, Fr. 
Cecilia Turner, So. 
Lauren Turner, Fr. 
Neil Umsted, Fr. 
Courtney Valentine, Sr. 



students. OO 



Lee Valentine, Sr. 

Prasad Vasamsetti, Sr. 

Tess Vasterling, Fr. 

Margaret Veach, Jr. 

Lauren Vice, Fr. 

Brad Villa, Fr. 



Elizabeth Vincent, So. 

Ryan Vincent, Sr. 

Gloria Viner, Jr. 

Veronika Viner, Jr. 

William Wadlington, So. 

Michael Wagner, Fr. 



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Chnsti Walden, So. 

Brandi Walker, Sr. 

Matt Walker, Jr. 

Wendy Walker, Fr. 

Mandi Wallis, Jr. 

Rebecca Walters, Fr. 



Zao Wang, Sr. 

Neely Ward, Fr. 

Alicia Washington, Sr. 

Chad Washington, Sr. 

Michael Waters, Jr. 

Adam Watkins, Fr. 



Blake Watson, Fr. 

Taylor Watson, Fr. 

Stephanie Webster, Jr. 

Kolie Wegner, Sr. 

Little Star Wegner, So. 

Ashley Weitlauf, So. 




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Ned Welles, Fr. 
Beth West, Sr. 
Jennifer Wester, Fr. 
Jonathan Whinery, Fr. 
Erin Whitaker, So. 
Jared White, Sr. 



Rachelle White, Sr. 
Wade White, Sr. 
Carolina Whitfield- 
Smith, Sr. 
Kason Whitten, Fr. 
Amie Whittington, Fr. 
Kate Wilbanks, Fr. 



Alex Wiley, So. 
Allison Williams, Fr. 
Betsy Williams, Sr. 
Chappell Williams, So. 
Sally Williams, Sr. 
Cliff Wilson, Fr. 



Crystal Wilson, Fr. 
Jason Wilson, Fr. 
Jennifer Wilson, So. 
Melissa Wilson, Sr. 
Jennie Wimbish, Fr. 
Quint Withers, Fr. 



Joshua Wittie, Fr. 
Jeffrey Witty, Fr. 
Corbin Womac, Sr. 
David Yeh, So. 
Margaret Yoste, Fr. 
Brandi Young, Jr. 



Margaret Young, Fr. 
Meredith Young, Fr. 
Neola Young, So. 
Randi Young, Fr. 
Jonathan Zaperach, So. 
Howard Zinn, So. 



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hanie Webster 



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Ul What is your 
favorite part of 
Millsaps? 



"Either that little 
part on the left... or 
the people." 

-Caroline Ficara 



Maria Anzola, Rich Caminita 




BACKYARD BRAWL 

following derrick mcneal's 
winning field goal, neil umsted 
and o.b. slander express their 
excitement over defeating 
mississippi college, the football 



game against mc was a big 
moment for both colleges, after a 
forty year hiatus the rivalry between 
the schools was renewed. 




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BRING IT ON 

erin powell motivates the 
crowd at the football game 
against mississippi college, 
while sarah spaulding, 
rebecca revels and lindsey 
Jackson provide a stable 
base. 

BATTER UP! 

offensively, brandon page 
helped lead the baseball 
team to become the scac 
west division champions, 
his .408 batting average 
was the highest on the 
team. 



sports. 89 



cheerleading 



BETH DOSHIER 





CHEERLEADERS, (front) Oria Dafe, Sarah Davis. Rebecca Revels, 
Dionne Jackson, Tiffany Atkins, Beth Doshier; (back) Neely Ward, Maria 
Anzola, Kathleen Garrett. Erin Powell, Lindsey Jackson, Sarah Spaulding. 



RLiii 




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FOR THE RECORD 


20-19 


Mississippi College 


23-31 


Austin College 


17-0 


Bethel College 


23-3 


Maryville College 


17-29 


Centre College 


58-16 


Rose-Hulman 


13-14 


DePauw University 


13-45 


Sewanee 


6-9 


Rhodes College 


35-28 


Trinity University 


5 Wins • 5 Losses 




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ootball 



instant replay 



• Backyard Brawl: In the season 
opener, the Majors defeated cross-town 
rival Mississippi College 20-19 with a 
last minute field goal made by senior 
Derrick McNeal. 

• All-SCAC: Brent Lejeune, Derrick 
McNeal and Matt O'Bryant were named 
to the All-SCAC 1 st team. Ryan Ezell, 
Marty Frascogna and Billy Williams 
were chosen for the 2nd team. 

• Grand Finale: In the last game of the 
season, the team defeated Trinity 
University which was ranked 1 4th in the 
nation. 



teStXA .• * 




FOOTBALL, (.front) Marty Frascogna. Craig Bowman. Cedric Evans. Walter Zinn, Marcus Dudley, Bubba Scarff, 
Allen Cox, David Mistretta; (2nd row) Derrick McNeal, Dane Hughes, Doug Garner. Digger Hughey, Wayne Brown, 
Head Coach Bob Tyler, William McGehee, Blake Huggard, Michael Robinson, Josh Jeter; (3rd row) Kentrell Starks, 
Alex Wiley, Chris Schiro. Jahreese Jones, Reggie Young, Patrick Anderson, Tamond McKinsey, Luke Cochran; 
(4th row) Eugene Lamberth, Brent LeJeune, Joseph Goines IV. Derriaux Gadlin, Kellen Mathews, Matt O'Bryant. 
Steven Campbell, Matt Walker, Jed Mooney, Stephen Cutter; (5th row) Billy Williams, Steven Sloan, Wes Atkins, 
Ryan Ezell, Cary Pierce, Rolfe Harper. O.B. Stander. Sean Smith. Adam Burdick, Seth Gouguet. Marty Seib, Zack 
Miller; (6th row) Michael Phillips, Nathan Maddox. Drew Lumsden, Matt Devall. Neil Umsted, Matthew Cartwright. 
Jesse Anderson, Ethan Bullock, Robin Hamby, Keith Chhstner, Thomas Bowden, Tim Tench, Danny Jaeger; (7th 
row) Lee Chatham, Ronnie Johnson, Tyler Erb, Dana Mason, Jeff Mclntyre, David Umsted, Lance Downing, Nick 
Cason, Brad Villa, Anthony Bullock, Osmond Akmenkalas, William Jorden, Assistant Trainer Suzie Francingues, 
Ryan Brumby; (back) Joey Loller, Brad Reeves, Keely Mixon, Barbara Balla, Asst. Coach Jack Carlisle. Asst. 
Coach Ronnie Gray, Asst. Coach Shea Taylor. Asst. Coach Larry Friday, Asst. Coach Joe Kinsella, Asst. Coach 
Jason Parsley, Head Trainer Murray Burch, Jamie Temple, Shantelle Suane. Beth Kates. Not pictured; Josh Wittie. 



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TRACY GILLANDERS defense 



FOR THE RECORD 



Hinds C.C. 
Mississippi College 
University of Dallas 
Huntingdon 
Louisiana College 
Agnes Scott 
Wesleyan College 
Oglethorpe 
LaGrange College 
Centre College 
Sewanee 

DePauw University 
Rose-Hulman 
Letourneau 
East Texas Baptist 
Trinity University 
Southwestern 
Mississippi College 
Hendrix College 
Rhodes College 



5 Wins* 15 Losses 








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soccer 




• Shutout: In their first shutout since 
1997, the Lady Majors defeated the 
ETBU Tigers 3-0. The team went on to 
defeat LeToumeau for a two-win 
weekend. 

• SCAC Player of the Week: 

Freshman forward Deanna Caston was 
named for the week of September 1 1- 
17. 

• All-SCAC Honor Roll: Seven of the 48 
Majors on the All-SCAC Honor Roll were 
members of the women's soccer team. 







WOMEN'S SOCCER, (.front) Sara Harris, Deanna Caston, Emilee Broussard, Lauren 
Houston, Christine Koenig, Tracy Gillanders, Janet Bradley, Kate Wilbanks, Gretchen Gifford, 
(back) Emily Merriman, Colleen McGaw, Deranda Brewer, Lindsay Calhoun, Kate Pearce, 
Head Coach Diane Rulewicz, Courtney Chastain, Malia Pelly, Laura Hillgartner, Kasey 
Ladner.Trainer Mandy Johnson. 





DEANNA CASTON forward 



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FOR THE RECORD 


1-2 


Ohio Northern 


1-4 


Wilmington 


1-2 


Mississippi College 


1-1 


University of Dallas 


2-2 


Huntingdon 


1-4 


Louisiana College 


1-3 


Oglethorpe 


5-1 


LaGrange College 


2-3 


Centre College 


0-4 


Sewanee 


0-5 


DePauw University 


1-3 


Rose-Hulman 


1-5 


Letourneau 


2-0 


East Texas Baptist 


1-5 


Trinity University 


0-2 


Southwestern 


1-0 


Mississippi College 


2-1 


Hendrix College 


2-4 


Rhodes College 


4 Wins* 13 Losses 




ISRAEL STEPHENS forward 



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instant replay 



• New Coach: Paul A. Van Hooydonk 
came from Emory University to fill the 
men's head coaching position. 

• Captains: Senior, Jim Mayfield and 
Junior, Walker Coburn were selected 
captains. 

• Big Win: The team scored a big win 
against the National Christian College 
Athletic Association Champions, the East 
Texas Baptist University Tigers by a score 
of 2-0. 

• All-SCAC Honor Roll: Nine men 
were named to the All-SCAC Honor Roll. 




MEN'S SOCCER. (front) Osmond Akmenkaias, Trey McClain, Graham Holly, Ned Welles, 
Adam Barnes, Brian Lindsey, Derek Anderson; (middle) Sidney Snyder, Kenny Harshbarger, 
Kelsey Van Every, Daniel Culpepper, Darin Muse, Vince Mazzone, Bradford Sutherlin, Michael 
Michel, Brent Guitreau, Robert Thuston; (back) Trainer Suzie Francingues, Jim Mayfield, Israel 
Stephens, Jason Moss, Drew Hendon, Coach Bill Lytton, Robbie Morrison, Walker Coburn, 
Rimmer Covington, Student Trainer Mandy Johnson. 





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FOR THE RECORD 


3-0 


Dillard University 


3-0 


Mississippi College 


3-0 


LaGrange College 


3-1 


Hardin-Simmons 


1-3 


Belhaven 


3-1 


Loyola 


3-0 


Maryville 


3-0 


Gordon 


3-0 


Mississippi College 


2-3 


Lyon 


0-3 


Rhodes 


0-3 


Trinity 


3-0 


Hendrix 


0-3 


Southwestern 


0-3 


Averett 


2-3 


Thomas More 


1-3 


Greensboro 


2-3 


Washington & Lee 


3-2 


Loyola 


3-1 


Oglethorpe 


3-0 


Sewanee 


3-0 


Rose-Hulman 


0-3 


Centre 


0-3 


DePauw 


3-2 


Faulkner 


1-3 


Huntingdon 


2-3 


Mississippi College 


3-0 


Dillard University 


1-3 


Southwestern 


0-3 


Rhodes 


3-0 


Hendrix 


0-3 


Trinity 


3-1 


Jackson State 


3-1 


Belhaven 


3-1 


Loyola 


3-0 


Oglethorpe 


2-3 


Rose-Hulman 


0-3 


DePauw 


0-3 


Centre 


3-0 


Sewanee 


21 Wins* 19 Losses 



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instant replay 



• All-SCAC Third Tsam: Jill Adams and 
Margaret Dykes 

• Team leaders: With 1 ,638 assists, 
JoAnna Barnett led the team. Jill Adams 
also led with 481 kills and 596 digs. Jill 
was 2nd in the SCAC in aces, with 71 . 

• Academics: JoAnna Barnett received 
the Academic All-American award. Four 
players were listed on the SCAC 
Academic Honor Roll. 

• Tradition Starts Now: Millsaps 
hosted Volleyfest 2000, a tournament in 
which 8 teams competed. 




VOLLEYBALL, (.front) Margaret Dykes, Helena Doering. Claire Coleman, Crystal 
Helo, (.middle) Head Coach Peter Cosmiano, Britney Mauldin, Mo Kampman, JoAnna 
Barnett, Jennifer Wester, Assistant Coach Becky Randall, (back) Sarah Babin, Andrea 
Gilbert, Natalie Hebert, Natalie Pilato, Jill Adams, Melissa Skertich. 




NATALIE HEBERT defensive specialist 



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country 



instant replay 




• New Coach: Janet Johnson has been 
running competitively for 1 2 years. 

• 5K run: The team hosted a 5K on 
Homecoming weekend. The race drew 56 
contestants. The team placed very well, 
leading in both the male and female 
categories. 

• Perspective: "The team really came 
together this year. Having Coach Janet run CROSS-COUNTRY. Cfront) Sarah Segrest. Mikaela Levy. Jennifer Barker. 
alonaside US everv mornina motivated US Kathleen Toner. Dolly Mehta; (back) Wendy Walker, Claire Kurtts. Brandon 
all to run our best." -Jessica Perkins 



Benson, Damien Ducote, Roman Rabourn, Coach Janet Johnson. 




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FOR THE RECORD 




Men's 


5th 


Delta State Invit. 




Homecoming 5K 


7th 


MC Invitational 




Hinds C.C. Invit. 


10th 


SCAC To urn. 




Women's 


4th 


Delta State Invit. 




Homecoming 5K 


6th 


MC Invitational 




Hinds C.C. Invit. 


10th 


SCAC Tourn. 



JENNIFER BARKER 




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instant replay 



• SCAC Player of the Year: Jessica 
Dunlap was a Player of the Week, #3 in 
the SCAC for average points per game 
with 1 8.8. She was also 2nd in re- 
bounds. Jessica was selected to the All- 
SCAC Second Team. 

• Standouts: Cecilia Turner was 3rd in 
the SCAC in blocked shots. Lindsay 
Meyer led the team in steals with 36. 
Lekesha Perry had the most three-pointers 
with 32. 

• Coaching Staff: Head Coach Robin 
Jeffries came to Millsaps after coaching 
at Klein High School in Houston, Texas. 
Assistant Coach Billy Evans coached at 
Northwest Rankin High Schoo 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL, (front) Lindsay Meyer, Cecilia Turner, Jessica 
Gillom, Jessica Dunlap, Jennifer Stoner; (back) Assistant Coach Billy Evans, 
Lisa Baldi. Jamie Temple. Jihan Thigpen, Leslie Smith, Lekesha Perry, Talisha 
Moore, Head Coach Robin Jeffries; (not pictured) Crystal Helo. 




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FOR THE RECORD 


74-56 


Judson College 


98-72 


William Penn 


57-64 


Rust College 


71-95 


Oglethorpe (OT) 


77-79 


Loyola University 


55-72 


Trinity University 


52-80 


Southwestern 


69-48 


Rose-Hulman 


59-67 


DePauw 


41-100 


Sewanee 


58-88 


Centre College 


44-56 


Hendrix (OT) 


57-70 


Rhodes College 


67-74 


Belhaven College 


71-63 


Trinity University 


46-63 


Southwestern 


67-70 


Rose-Hulman 


39-92 


DePauw 


63-95 


Sewanee 


59-70 


Centre College 


51-78 


Belhaven College 


47-68 


Hendrix College 


63-86 


Rhodes College 


48-51 


Rust College 


83-79 


Oglethorpe 


5 Wins • 20 Losses 




TALISHA MOORE guard 



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• Champions: With a record of 20-6, the 
team won the SCAC Championship. 

• Superior Coach: John Stroud won the 
SCAC Coach of the Year. He had a 
career record of 1 70 wins, making him 
the winningest coach in Millsaps 
basketball history. 

• Distinguished Players: 

Thomas Adams - All-SCAC First 
Team, two- time SCAC Player of the 
Week, Columbus Multimedia National 
Player of the Week 

Daniel Waguespack - All-SCAC First 
Team, d3.hoops.com National Team of 
the Week, two-time SCAC Player of the 
Week 

Michael Schwitter - SCAC Honorable 
Mention. 




MEN'S BASKETBALL, (front) Dharius Daniels, Lance Stoner. Travis Ezelle, Dale 
Almond, Landon Litty, Trent Forrest; (back) Asst. Coach Jonathan Gay, Head Coach 
John Stroud, Thomas Adams, Daniel Waguespack, Joe Rogers, Michael Schwitter, T. 
Francis, Asst. Coach Tim Wise. 





LANCE STONER, TRAVIS EZELLE, MICHAEL 
Scli^lTRil^FORRES^CIIACJJ STROUD 




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FOR THE RECORD 


77-49 


Loyola University 


97-74 


Tocca Falls 


102-114 


Rust College (OT) 


107-103 


Oglethorpe (OT) 


69-52 


Loyola University 


75-63 


Pensacola Christian 


99-76 


Emory University 


65-61 


Trinity University 


78-63 


Southwestern 


92-81 


Rose-Hulman 


68-66 


DePauw 


74-60 


Sewanee 


66-70 


Centre College 


65-61 


Hendrix (OT) 


70-54 


Rhodes College 


79-71 


Trinity University 


75-66 


Southwestern 


67-93 


Rose-Hulman 


72-63 


DePauw 


87-82 


Sewanee (20T) 


71-75 


Centre College 


55-57 


Hendrix College 


78-75 


Rhodes College 


67-65 


Rust College 


101-66 


Oglethorpe 


45-61 

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Mississippi College 


fins* 6 Losses 



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KEELYMIXON third base 




FOR THE RECORD 


1-0 


Louisiana College 


1 


1 


Louisiana College 


5 





Hendrix College 


2 


7 


Hendrix College 


5 


7 


Hendrix College 


12 


3 


Hendrix College 





5 


Rhodes College 





8 


Rhodes College 





5 


Rhodes College 


3 


4 


Mississippi College 


1 


3 


Mississippi College 





9 


Trinity University 


4-12 


Trinity University 


3-20 


Trinity University 


4-3 


Louisiana College 





9 


Louisiana College 


4 


5 


Rhodes College 





1 


Rhodes College 


8 





Rhodes College 





8 


Mississippi College 


2 


4 


Mississippi College 





9 


Trinity University 





8 


Trinity University 


1-3 


Trinity University 


6 Wins • 18 Losses 




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instant replay 



• All-SCAC: First Team - Claire Panter and 
Barbara Balla. Honorable Mention - 
Keely Mixon 

• Conference Win: In their first ever 
conference win, the Lady Majors softball 
team defeated Hendrix College 5-0. 
They went on to collect 5 conference 
wins for the season, placing third in the 
SCAC Western Division. 

• Award-winners: MVP - Emilee 
Broussard; Best Offensive Player - 
Barbara Balla; Best Defensive Player - 
Keely Mixon; Purple Heart - Sally 
Williams 

• New Coach: Joe Kinsella was named 
the Head Coach this year. 




FASTPITCH SOFTBALL, (front) Laura Garner, Dalvia Mitchell, Keely Mixon, Sara 
Capps, Claire Panter, Caroline Key; (back) Head Coach Joe Kinsella, Tia Brabham, 
Christine Koenig, Ann Boyd, Barbara Balla, Sally Williams, Audra Tierce, Emilee 
Broussard. Assistant Coach Walter Turner; (not pictured) Assistant Coach Peter 
Cosmiano. 




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baseball! 




• Champions: After sweeping Trinity 
University in three games, the team won 
first place in the SCAC West Division. 

• SCAC Honors: 

All SCAC First Team - Brandon Page, K.K. 
Aldridge, Matt Yglesias, Walker Thrash, 
Chat Lenhart 

All SCAC Honorable Mention - Matt Dowd, 
Doug Garner, Cody McCain, Stuart 
Phillips 

Brandon Page - Player of the Year, two-time 
Offensive Player of the Week, #1 runs/ 
game with 59 

Walker Thrash - Offensive Player of the 
Week, #1 in homeruns with 12, #1 in 
RBIs with 57 

Chat Lenhart - Co-Pitcher of the Year, Pitcher 
of the Week, #1 in wins/game 

Jon Wise - Pitcher of the Week 








BASEBALL, (front) Marsh Nippes, Prentiss Lawson, Jonathan Whinery, 
Stuart Phillips. Matt Yglesias, Will Selman, Frank Barker. Nick Gilbert. Matt 
Downer, Dane Hughes; (middle) Asst. Coach Chad Caillet, Cliff Wilson, K.K. 
Aldridge, Mark Chandler, Nick Parrish, Matt Renna, Brandon Page, Scott 
Staines, Matt Dowd, Cody McCain, Bo Roberts, Casey Cordts; (back) 
Taylor Beasley, Chris Pool, Jeff Mitchell, Walker Thrash, Stephen Cutter, 
Joe Rogers, Chat Lenhart, Doug Garner, Jon Wise, Robin Hamby, Head 
Coach Jim Page, Asst. Coach Jason Page. 




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5- 

10- 
12- 
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7- 
12-13 
11-13 
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Rhodes College 
Rhodes College 
Rust College 
Rust College 
Mississippi College 
Mississippi College 
Belhaven College 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Mississippi Valley 
Belhaven College 
Rust College 
Rust College 
Mississippi Valley 
Hendrix College 
Hendrix College 
Hendrix College 
Illinois-Wesleyan 
Illinois-Wesleyan 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
DePauw University 
DePauw University 
Rhodes College 
Rhodes College 
Rhodes College 
Delta State 
Delta State 
Southwestern 
Soutwestern 
Hendrix College 
Hendrix College 
Mississippi College 
Mississippi College 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
Southwestern 



29 Wins «11 Losses 



K.K. ALDRIDGE second base 



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tennis 




MEN'S TENNIS, (front) Jonathan Zaperach, Israel Stephens. 
Matthew Chow; (back) Coach Gregg Tripp, David Yeh, Trey 
Woodruff, John Sullivan, Michael Waters. 



WOMEN'S TENNIS, (front) Erin Gourlay, Abby Peterson. Megan 
Parks; (back) Meg Meredith, Amanda Merritt, Joy Mitchell, Coach 
Greg Tripp. 




^.^-^JONAlHWfZ APERflCH, M lMEL WATERS 



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DAVID YEH ■ TREY WOODRUFF 




FOR THE RECORD 



Women's 

Meridian CC 
Belhaven College 
Dillard University 
Mississippi College 
Coe College 
Centre College 
Hendrix College 
Rhodes College 
Belhaven College 
Mississippi College 
Hendrix College 
Hendrix College 
Oglethorpe Univ. 



Men's 

Meridian CC 
Dillard University 
Mississippi College 
Coe College 
Centre College 
Hendrix College 
Rhodes College 
Mississippi College 
Hendrix College 
Rose-Hulman IT 
Trinity University 
Southwestern Univ. 
Hendrix College 



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5 Wins • 8 Losses 




MEGAN PARKS 



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• SCAC Tournament: The team travelled 
to the SCAC Tournament at DePauw 
University. The women placed 6th, while 
the men scored 10th. 

• Nationally Ranked: Millsaps' freshmen 
ranked second in the NCAA Division 3. 

• Outstanding Woman: Marisa Parker 
scored a 1 86 in the SCAC tournament, 
placing 17th overall. 

• Outstanding Man: Scoring a 155, 
Zack Rhodes placed 22nd in the SCAC 
tournament. 




GOLF, (front) Chad Laborde, Margaret Yoste, Amy Janovsky, Nicole Paulk; (back) 
Coach Tim Wise, Jim Bush, Johnathan Myers. Marisa Parker; (not pictured) Kelli 
Crossland, Zack Rhodes, Charlie Spence, Danny Bell. 




JIM BUSH 




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Baseball Team 



■Coach Tim Wise, Marisa Parker 




THEGRINCH 

Kathleen Toner reads Dr. event at the sorority 

Seuss's infamous Christmas lodges. To add to the 

tale of the Grinch to a group excitement of the story, a 

of children at Santa group of KA's act it out in 

Shoestring, a traditional the background. 




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WE'VE GOT SPIRIT 

Britney Mauldin shows 
her spirit at a Millsaps 
basketball game. 
Organizations with the 
most purple pride were 
awarded cash prizes. 
Students prepared to 
show their spirit 
appeared with costumes, 
body paint and signs. 

PARADING AROUND 

The members of Kappa 
Delta build up 
enthusiasm in 
preparation for the 
parade on the the day 
of the football game 
against MC. The game 
marked a turning point 
for the rival schools. 



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alpha kappa alpha 





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MOnO: 



Service to all mankind 



Officers: [front] Kameliah Hicks; Candy Bahadur; Deondra Jefferson; 
Amber Hudson, Vice President; Sonya Brown; Denesha Evans, 
Treasurer; (back) Brandi Walker, President; Hiniku McDaniels; Natalie 
Collier, Secretary; Elaina Range; Stacy Porder; Stephanie Burks. 



7 hlS has been a tremendous year for AKA 
We have gained twelve tWW members 
who Want tO be of service to their 
community. 

BRANDI WALKER 



Pink and Green 

Social, 

Christmas 

Sing-O-Grams, 

Valentine's Day 

Raffle 




EVENTS 

• Stewpot ministries 

• Gateway mission 
| • AKA coat day 

• Spring clothes 
drive 

• Canned food drive 



FUN FACTS: Mascot: Ivy Leaf; Sorority colors: Salmon Pink and Apple Green; Founded January 1 5, 1 908 



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YOU need to be seeing about your missing sister ... There's 
one in the Christian Center ... but I'm so cold ... RESPECT YOUR 
ROOTS ... Vm SlflOrt . . . Need I say more? ... Apparently, 
I'm not imperative to this operation ... THIS IS A WHAT? ... 
So you mean to tell me the sorority's colors are pink and 
green? ... Would you like to sit down? ... You ain't living right... 



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BID DAY THEME: 

Hawaii Chi O 



Officers: (front) Keely Mixon, Recruitment Chairman; Kolie Wegner, 
Personnel Chairman; (bock) Ellen Trappey, President; Jessica Malpass 
Panhellenic Delegate; Sarah Todd, Secretary; Laine Hendricks, Vice 
President; Elizabeth Bishara, Treasurer; Brittany Levy, Pledge Trainer. 



"CM O allOWS yOU tO form special 

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memories with your sisters. 

SARAH TODD 



Read-A-Loud, 
Anngie Manguno 

Walk-A-Thon, 

Santa Shoe String, 



Bunny Shoe String B 




MEG MEREDI... 

LITTLE STAR WEGNfRtaj 



EVENTS 

Kappa Sigma 
Studio 54 Swap 
Eleuisinian Ball 
KA Halloween 
Swap 
Fall Party 



FUN FACTS: SCHOLARSHIP TROPHY; HIGHEST CHI OMEGA GPA IN THE NATION; AWARD OF ACHIEVEMENT 



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... I LOVE EVERYBODY, YOU'RE NEXT ... P(ISS the CCM-dle 

. . . Are you wearing the glitter tonight? . . . FABOO ... A 
SQUIRREL BIT HIS WHAT? ... Is thatabutterbean?... 
WHO'S GOING TO BAIL BARB OUT?? ... Gmada... 
What about ... Daria the future exterminator ... No 

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hablo espanoU! ... CREATURES THESE DAYS . . . WhoS€ 

apartment was it, Mary Etnrey??? ... De-stress 
Drive ... SAY MY NAME!! ... The entourage ... The 
Adonis . . . EIC ...All right, Janice!! ... Are you serious?? 
Don't study, let's play!! . . . Hey, Claire, where are my keys?? . . . Do 
you want a turkey sandwich, Mackey?? . . . 





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BID DAY THEME: 

Delta's Angels 



Officers: {front) Rachel Thompson, Kim Parker, Kelly Sellers, Hannah 
Silkman, Rose Hurder, Liz Bertuccini, (middle) Heather Shelton, Emily Daly, 
Megan Shaw, Lauren Dunagin, Mandy Johnson, Lindsay Calhoun, Sarah 
Martin, Natalie Smith, Elizabeth Lutz, [back) Marisa Parker, Lillian White, 
Margaret Dykes, Mary Alice Boyd, Jill Adams, Ashley Weitlauf, Joy Mitchel 



"Tri Delta is a family that understands 

where you've been, accepts where you are, 
and prepares you for where you'll go 

HEATHER SHELTON, SALLY WILLIAMS 



Homecoming 

Tailgate and brunch, 

Fall Party 

at Hal & Mai's, 

Stars & Crescent 
Formal 




ORDER OF OMEGA 

• Academic 
Programming 

• Philanthropic 
Programming 

• Sorority of 
Excellence 



< 'ILTA 



HEATHER GAMTHIER, ELIZABETH LUTZ, 
KELLYiW^ 4 i 

FUN FACTS: 30 initiates; $5000 to Children's Cancer Clinic; National philanthropy recognition; Scholarship Trophy 



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GhettO-fabulouS ... well, I'd say tonight was a flop ... Heath, 
like the candybar ... DESTINATION YOUR MOM ... HOW d.0 

YOU d-0 the D? . . . shape up or ship out... Word! ... DON'T 
EVEN GO THERE. GO WHERE? ...If we made eye contact, I missed 
it. . . I NEED A HOTGIRL ...I'm going into the nunnery . . . you're 
scary and big, and you're just scary ... coconuts anyone? . . . Not 





the brightest crayon in the box ... BBP ... Chubby Ole 

GvOUtltlhog . . . You'd just like to see me knocked off my pony. . . 
PROTECTION FROM THE DARKSIDE ...lam not going 

to jail tonight ... Tears and Makeup on my 
Shoulder . . . Divine Revelation . . . That's so ghetto, and 
not in a good way! ... My arms ore falling On . . . Purple Pride . . . 








Being a UcltCl is about more than just 
wearing your letters; it's about being 
Committed to service, scholarship, and 
sisterhood 

ANDREA LUCAS 



Habitat 

for Humanity, 

Suitcases 



for Kids, 

EARTH 

Campus Cleanup 



EVENTS 

• Multicultural 
Festival Step Show 

• Spring Party 

• Founders' Day 



FUN FACTS: Mascot: Elephant; Colors: Crimson & Cream; Participated in UMC Service Project and AKA Food Dri\ 



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Y Oil goin' make me lose my mind up in here! ... 
Delta born in my heart, Delta to the day I die 
,.. Happy 8th birthday, Rho Tau! THE ATOMIC 
DOG ... Fortitude . . . Quiche is spelled with a 
"Q" . . . Continuing the legacy front Sadie 
T. M. Alexander to the present ... What 
every woman should he about and what no 
man can live without ... Q-Delta Weekend ... 



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BID DAY THEME: 

Everybody has her day 
in the sun; some just last 
longer than others. 



AY FLOYD, 
ANN LONG 



Officers: (front) Lisa Stuart, VP Membership; Aimee Boudreaux, VP 
New Member Education; Lauren Roberts, President; Misty Goff, 
Treasurer; Mallory Tosch, VP Public Relations; [back] Margaret Yoste, 
Assistant Treasurer; Sage Byrd, Secretary; Ann Long, VP Standards, 
Susan Cherry, Panhellenic. 



My KcippCl DeltCl sisters have been my 
family away frotn home, my shoulder to cry on, 
and my source oflOUghtet Utld 

smiles/' 

MARTHA McNEESE 



Shamrock Project 

$10,000 for Prevent 
Child Abuse America, 

Girl Scouts 

of America, 

Sunnybrook 
Children's Home kachel falgout, 

Bunny Shoestrings-^ 



FUN FACTS: 27 initiates; 10 Perspective Leaders; 56 Members in Honoraries; over 1 ,000 Philanthropy Hours; $1 ,000 for MD/ 



EVENTS 

• Fall Party 
Mother-Daughter 
Tea 

• Father-Daughter 
Crawfish Boil 

• White Rose Formal 



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M0V, let's play the caf game ... It's a rough draft, right? ... Screw 
the guys; make a tent . . . What's your happy hour? ... THAT IS JUST 
W* HEINOUS! ... It's okay - you're in college ... THAT'S IN THE 
M* LUMBER DEPARTMENT, WHERE ALL THE WOOD IS ... Have you seen 

%, this girl? ... Anybody need a snackbar? ... love 

SOME tlc... DADGUMMIT ... WHERE'S the SPRAY butter? ...Dm you 

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lose your shoes last night? ... You record "Survivor" and we'll watch 
"Friends" ... Corner of the Eye ... Tell us again what his CrW looks like 
... What are you, the sleep nazi? ... Its game time, guys ... \ don'f 
Stalk - I hunt . . . Yes, it's a glitter night ... The KA stairs are kind of 
steep ... Drama Queen ... FOCUS . . . That human is a fashion 

emergency... oh, heavens ... This is so ghetto... 






BID DAY THEME: 

Phi Mu wants YOU! 



Officers: [front] Amy Janovsky, Phi Director; Nicole Allen, Secretary, 
Liz Smith, Membership Director; (back) Mariana Evans, Treasurer; 
Rebecca Cross, Vice President; Amy Loy, Panhellenic Representative; 
Leslie Davis, President. 



" It is an honOT when the entire campus 

recognizes the sisterhood we share in 
Phi Mil" 

LESLIE DAVIS 



Children's 

Miracle Network , 

Rummage Sale, 

Annual $1,000 Raffle, 

Phi Candy 

Cane Sale 




EVENTS 

"Fright Night" Fall 
Party at the Living 
Room 

• Founders' Day 

• Enchantress at 
George Street 



FUN FACTS: National Ritual Award; Awarded for Spirit by Order of Omega; 5 members named as Who's Who 



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Welcome, to the promise land ... Riding the loop ... It's da first 
of da month I'M JUST MAKING MYSELF AVAILABLE ... I gotta 
see a Matt about a Dog ... 6 Pack of E-Z Doze ... ha ha ... This is 
the song that never ends ... / DIDN'T GET THE MEMO . . . Party 
at Eve's ... Pukabee's ... MCE Will-ing-ly ... Fabulous! ... G.C. @ 
E.B. w/ S.T. ... Get out of my life . . . HOOING AROUND . . . 

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Pinky Pact ... Sophomores with ATTITUDE... WHAT? DO YOU 

JUST LIE THERE? ... Let's trade shirts ... Can it really 
be that big? . . . Olive juice ... CCWA... it's not a trailer . . . 
Boom-Boom ... Meatioaf ... thugish rugish ...Ah Ha ... 
chili cheese fries - w/ouT the chili ... OTC ... Flying kites at 
the Res ... Did you try to call me? ... Does anyone know 
how to make a float? ... Working the corner ... HOW 
AAANY CATS? ... We are sisters, we ARE Phi Mu ... 






COMMUNITY SERVICE: 

Grace House Cookout 

Stewpot 

Children's Cancer Clinic 



ORDER OF OMEGA: [front] Rachel Spear, Ellen Trappey, Jared 
White, Jenny Cherryhomes, Elaine Reyes, Lindsey May, (middle) 
Justin Arnold, Julie Skippe, April Slayden, Brooks Brower, Kelly 
Malpass, Julie Lassalle, Robert Touchstone, (back) Brad Lokitz, 
Ryan Paul, Peyton Hays, Jill Caruthers, Michelle Gueringer, Wade 
White, Courtney Valentine, Lane Douglass, Angela Payne, Hannah 
Mashburn, Leslie Davis, Lori Stuntz. 



"to be Greek Man of the Year /- 

a big honor. I hope that I've set a good 

example of Greek life." 

JARED WHITE "~ : " •*,,.. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL: {front) 

Danny Jaeger; Laura Hastings; 

Danny Marks; Jason Sumrall; 

(middle) Aldan Shank; Sam Sparks; 

Kevin Best; Ricky James; Joey Lollar; 

Larkin Mitchell; Christopher Hedglin; 

{back) Ben Allen; Brad Lokitz; Eric 

Daigle; Jeremy Litton; Jason Josef. 




PANHELLENIC: {front) Kim 
Parker; Erica Marks; Jessica 
Malpass; Liz Smith; Andrea 
Miller-Pound; (middle) Amy 
Loy; Lisa Stewart; Mary 
Alice Boyd; Natalie Smith; 
Ellen Trappey; {back) Tara 
Chauffe; Leslie Davis; Joye 
Cox; Joy Mitchell; Lawrence 
Ou; Laura Hastings; Susan 
Cherry. 



FUN FACTS: 56% Greek campus; Outstanding Advisor - Andrea Miller-Pound; Panhellenic won 3 awards at SEPC 



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MOTTO: 

First of all, Servants of all, 
We shall transcend all 



the men of alpha phi alpha fraternity, inc.: Thomas Adams, Marcus 
Dudley, Joshua Johnson, Bryant Graham, Dharius Daniels 



"The best rewards I received while a 
member ofAOA were the bonds of 

friendship and love." 

JOSHUA JOHNSON 



Go to High School, 
Go to College, 

Voteless People is 
a Hopeless People, 

A dopt-a-Highway, 

Stewpot, 

Habitat for Humanity 






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• 2000-2001 




Probate Show 


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Mixer 


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hard to be humble. " 

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KA/KD 

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Santa % .. 

Shoestring, 

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EVENTS 

• Old South 

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Mike, these are called shorts, wear them ... Nude e-mail 

chechin' . thunder ... Stop crying Lindsey , we 

Still lOVe yOU . . . Dueling banjos ... Sweeney who? ... 

DREW VS. WADE-BATTLE ROYALE ... E-mail restrictions ...It 
was truly a life-changing experience and Timmy wasn't 
even involved ... MR. JAMES' WILD RIDE ... RUNDELListhe 





Continental . . . Your thumb doesn't go there ... Everybody out, 
JAMES and I have movie time ... Bobby, you're back? ... 
It's the NCAA down there ...Dr. Doolittk is down the 
hall... FAT EDWARD ...Like Whoa ... No. Never 
happened . . . Geo triod . . . It's GAME time ... Mike, put 

your clothes back OH ... pedersen OR LINDSEY . . . Coke IS it ... 





SYMBOL & COLORS: 

Star & Crescent; 
Scarlet, White, & Green 



Officers: Justin Langlois, Grand Scribe; Rieker Carsey, Grand 
Procurator; Travis Grace, Grand Master; Edwin Roberts, Grand Master 
of Ceremonies; Will Selman, Grand Treasurer. 



"This year's seniors definitely left the 

fraternity better than they found It, and their 

legacy will live on." 

CHRISTOPHER J. HEDGLIN 



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CHRIS HEDGLIN 



Raised $500 

for Muscular Dystrophy 
Association, 

Kappa Sigma 

Scholarship/Leadership 
Awards 




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EVENTS 

• Wild Man 

• Founders' Day 

• South Seas 



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Freshmen Move-In Day 



FUN FACTS: 1 6 initiates; 2nd Place Overall in Intramurals; Most Distinguished Man; National KL had its 601 st birthday 



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makin' out with Sadaam ... I got dibs on Mario Cart! ... WANT 

A SNOWBALL HUTTON? ... It's off the heazy foshezzy ... 

REPO man Dave! ... ok, who stole joey's n'sync 
TICKETS? ... Tampa Cuts ... Sometimes peoples be 
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Cutter? ... Keep on Working ... There's a 
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GeTCHA! . . . Sharbrough, let the dead babies out of 

your drawer ... John, the toilet is that way --> ... 

Not on the new couches, Ronnie ill ... AEKAB ... 





MOTTO: 

Vir Qnisque Vir 



Officers: (left to right) Lee Henson, High Rho; Robert Touchstone, High 
Sigma; Ben Allen, High Delta; Kevin Best, High lota; Lawrence Ou, High 
Tau; Aldan Shank, High Beta; Sam Sparks, High Alpha; Jared Mott, 
High Theta; Matthew Chow, High Gamma; Wade Bourgeois, High Phi, 
Carter Burns, High Epsilon; Shane Hard, High Kappa 



"Lambda Chi Alpha is more than 

Bid Day and parties; it is brotherhood 

and service. " 

SAM SPARKS 



Food Drive 

for MS Food Network, 

AXA/XQ Ultimate 

Frisbee Tournament, 

Watermelon Bust 

for Children's Cancer 
Clinic 




EVENTS 

Food Drive raised 
26,000 lbs. for 
MS Food Network 
Crescent Boll 
Heaven and Hell 
Bubble Party 
Head Hunter's Ball 



FUN FACTS: Colors: Purple, Green & Gold; Founders' Day - March 22, 1 91 3; IM Volleyball Champions 2000 



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Orleans ... Popplezation ... THE TAPE BANDITS STRUCK AGAIN ... 

Racecar Driver ...ok but i think you do irebeck ... cause 

your fired!! ... THAT'S NOT MY DEPARTMENT. . Ding! Do I get a 
prize for that? ... LETS GO FIND SOME STUFF ... rule 
#i...4 HORSEMEN . . . Free Copies Anyone ? ... What 





percentage are you at? ... JUST RELAX!!! ... How to 

Better Communication ...DO WE HAVE TO DO THIS AGAIN? 
... Bald Chicken ... Cry Me A River . . . It's Your 2 1 th 
Birthday . . . THE EMPIRE ...My top's still FULL . . . Not A 
Human ... SideSwiper. . . 40 Yard Dash ... El Presidente es el 
Perro ...Say Cannon ... ALUMINUM IS A METAL? ... 





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Officers: (front) Sumon Bhowmick, Eminent Deputy Archon; Akram Al- 
Turk, Eminent Recorder; (back) Jared White, former President, Ryan 
Gaylord, Rush Chairman; Roman Rabourn, Eminent Treasurer; Brad 
Lokitz, Eminent Archon; (not pictured) Thomas Harris, Pledge Educator. 



Seeing the future of the fraternity turning the 
corner of Ezelle on bid day was a rush of 
excitement, accomplishment, and anticipation 
rolled into one. 

JEREMY LITTON 



Chili Bowl 

for Children's Miracle 
Network, 

Blitz 2000, 

Light the Night 

Leukemia Walk 




EVENTS 

Paddy Murphy 

* Blazing Saddles 

* Destination 
Unknown 

* Initiation Formal 



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Abate, Aileen 14, 25, 35, 36, 45, 

62, 131 
Abuso, Debbie 16,43, 130, 131, 

168 
Achfison, Paul 35 
Adams, Elizabeth 1,11,16,62, 

125 
Adams, Jaquelin 62 
Adams, Jill 99, 124, 125 
Adams, Richard 36, 45, 57 
Adams, Thomas 62, 104, 105, 

140 
Adkins, Tiffany 7 
Aggarwal, Ajay 35, 46, 61 
Ahuja, Seema 62 
Akmenkalas, Osmond 62, 3, 93, 

97, 151 
Al-Turk, Akram 9, 16, 30, 31, 33, 

35,62, 155 
Aldridge, K.K. 81, 108, 109, 143 
Aldridge, Leslie 62 
Alexander, Terrance 1 8, 62 
Allen, Alayna 37, 62, 73 
Allen, Ben 33, 62, 83, 138, 151 
Allen, Matt 47 

Allen, Nicole 45, 62, 1 34, 1 35 
Allison, Jan 59 
Almond, Dale 35, 62, 104 
Ambrosek, Christine 62 
Anderson, Derek 62, 97, 147 
Anderson, Jesse 62, 93 
Anderson, Lauren 62, 67, 1 25 
Anderson, Patrick 20, 93, 147 
Andrew, W, Clark 1 47 
Andrews, Kenneth 147 
Anwar, Aalia 62, 135 
Anzelmo, Margaret 62, 121 
Anzola, Maria 7, 14, 90, 131 
Arcuri, Leigh Ann 62, 121 
Armstrong, Angela 59 
Armstrong, Sarah 60 
Arnold, Justin 35,37,62, 138, 

155 
Arnold, Miranda 62 
Artigues, Geoff 46, 52, 1 55 
Asada, Ayako 22, 62 
Ashley, David 46 
Atkins, Tiffany 62, 90 
Atkins, Wes 1 0, 62, 93 
Austin, Courtney 62, 135 
Avalon, Ashley 4, 1 31 
Ayton, Ian 46 




Babin, Sarah 64, 99, 121 
Babula, Kristen 59, 62, 65, 135 
Bahadur, Candy 1 1 8 
Bailey, Anne 62, 1 65 
Baird, Rachel 62, 125, 167 
Bajaj, Anisha 84 



Baker, Diane 46 

Baldi, Lisa 7, 62, 102, 121 

Balla, Barbara 63, 93, 106, 107 

Bang, Brandon 63 

Banks, Hutton 63, 147 

Barfield, Kim 45 

Barker, Frank 63, 108, 147 

Barker, Jennifer 32, 63, 100, 101 

Berkley, Helen 63, 131 

Barksdale, Kay 59 

Barnes, Adam 63, 97, 1 43 

Barnett, Jeb 63, 151 

Barnett, JoAnna 35, 63, 75, 98, 

99, 114, 125 
Barnwald, Charles 20 
Barrett, Matthew 1,143 
Barron, Ashley 35, 63, 1 25 
Bartlett, Sarah 1 25, 1 66 
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Bass, Diana 63 
Bates, Elizabeth 14, 63 
Battle, Tamika 128 
Baugh, Esther 58 
Baugh, Rebecca 59 
Baxter, Brandon 44, 45 
Beasley, Sharon 58 
Beasley, Taylor 1 08, 1 47 
Beaugez, Jonathan 84, 147 
Beck, Elizabeth 59 
Beeks, Angela 20, 35, 39, 45, 63, 

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Bell, Danny 63, 1 1 2, 1 1 3, 143 
Bell, Mary 19, 63, 135 
Bennett, Bradley 46 
Bennett, Lindsay 45, 63, 69, 131 
Benson, Brandon 63, 76, 100, 

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Bergeron, Courtney 63 
Berry, Crystal 23, 43, 48, 63, 

128 
Bertke, Dana 46 
Bertuccini, Liz 33,39,63, 124, 

125 
Best, Kevin 8, 63, 71, 138, 151 
Bey, George 60 
Bhowmick, Sumon 14, 30, 33, 63, 

68, 155 
Biron, Pascal 17, 63 
Bishara, Elizabeth 22, 24, 63, 120, 

121 
Bjornerud, Ben 33, 46, 47, 63 
Black, Will 35, 143 
Blackstock, Lindsey 31, 40, 59, 

63,73, 166 
Blackwell, Holley 43 
Blakeney, Lindsey 63, 80, 131 
Booker, Michele 63 
Booth, Janis 58, 59 
Booth, Leslie 23, 63, 131 
Boshers, Martha 59 
Bostick, Heidi 40, 43, 63, 121 
Botos, Benjamin 1 51 
Bott, Melinda 10,44, 45,64, 

84, 1 35 
Boudreau, Sean 10, 64, 101 
Boudreaux, Aimee 130,131 
Bourgeois, Ronnie 1 47 
Bourgeois, Ryan 1 1 , 1 4, 20, 33, 

48,64,68, 155 
Bourgeois, Wade 151 
Bourn, Brian 1 6, 45, 64 



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Bowman, Craig 64, 93, 114 
Boyd, Ann 64, 72, 107, 121 
Boyd, Mary Alice 31, 33, 39, 64, 

78, 124, 125, 138 
Boyer, Royce 45 
Brabham, Tia 9, 64, 106, 

107, 121 
Bradford, Rebecca 64, 1 25 
Bradley, Janet 35, 64, 94, 95 
Bradshaw, Nicole 59 
Brasuell, Toney 1 47 
Bratcher, Chris 60 
Bratton, Lauryn 64, 131 
Breazeale, Jennifer 7, 39, 46, 64, 

121 
Breeland, Adam 64,143 
Breland, Shelly 58, 1 63 
Bresnahan, Paul 35, 64, 83 
Brewer, Deranda 20, 64, 71,95, 

121 
Brian, Lauren 9, 35, 43, 64, 68 
Brister, Bill 46, 60 
Brodowska, Monika 64 
Brooks, Sarah 8, 64, 121 
Brouillette, Beau 64 
Broussard, Emilee 64, 95, 107, 

114, 131 
Brower, Brooks 31 , 33, 48, 64, 

1 25, 1 38 
Brown, Blakely 8, 64 
Brown, Carlotta 36 
Brown, Jenni 45, 168 
Brown, Josh 64 

Brown, Kendra 35, 64, 71, 167 
Brown, Kristen 34, 151 
Brown, Richard 31, 64 
Brown, Sonya 23, 43, 45, 64, 68, 

118 
Brown, Wayne 36, 93 
Bruce, Kate 39, 64, 69, 1 25 
Bruce, Trish 58 
Brumby, Ryan 14,48,64,83,93, 

121, 169 
Brumfield, Patsy 167 
Brunt, Christopher 60 
Bryan, Locke 64, 147, 169 
Bryant, McCall 131 
Bryson, Jeannie 18,121 
Buchanan, Luran 59 
Buck, Ben 64 

Buck, Jane 15, 19, 36,40,65,66 
Buckley, Shannon 87, 167 
Bullock, Anthony 27, 28, 48, 65, 

93 
Bullock, Ethan 10, 36, 65, 93 
Burch, Murray 58, 93 
Burck, Christian 39, 65 
Burdick, Adam 31, 65, 93, 155 
Burke, Janice 43, 65, 121 
Burks, Stephanie 33, 45, 65, 68, 

118 
Burnett, Randi 65, 121 
Burney, Lou 58 
Burns, Ashley 65, 131 
Burns, Carter 65, 151 
Burnside, Blair 24, 65, 143 
Busekist, Ryan 7, 39, 65 
Bush, Jim 65, 113, 155 
Buzhardt, Gail 43, 60 
Byrd, Anna Ruth 65, 131 
Byrd, Sage 12, 46, 130, 131 




Cabell, Jason 143, 169 
Cacheiro, Adolfo 43 
Cadiere, Karen 59 
Caillet, Chad 108 
Cain, Eugene 60 



Caldwell, Richie 33, 52, 65, 147 
Calhoun, Lindsay 6, 18, 95, 124, 

125 
Callaway, Adam 65 
Caminita, Richard 65, 155,165 
Campbell, Steven 65, 93, 143 
Canale, Nicklaus 1 55 
Capps, Sara 65, 106, 107, 114, 

125, 169 
Carlisle, Jack 93 
Carlson, Martha 35 
Carr, Alanna 65 
Carsey, Rieker 16, 65, 80, 147 
Carter, Katherine 65, 72 
Carter, Kewann 65 
Cartwright, Matthew 65, 93 
Caruthers, Jill 34, 37, 46, 47, 65, 

125, 138 
Case, Blake 65 
Casey, Jennifer 58, 59, 167 
Cashman, 'Manda 27, 45, 65, 

135 
Caskey, Robert 28, 36, 40, 43, 45, 

65 
Cason, John 1 47 
Cason, Nick 93 
Castille, Kim 70, 1 35 
Caston, DeAnna 65, 95 
Causey, Adam 1, 18, 20, 31, 33, 

65,71,86 
Caver, Maggie 66, 76, 131 
Cesin, Andrei 66 
Chaiban, Guitta 8, 59, 131 
Chalona, Andrew 66 
Chandler, Mark 1 5, 20, 24, 46, 

66, 108, 143 
Chandler, Matt 

33, 46, 66, 67, 143 
Chastain, Courtney 66, 95, 131 
Chatham, Lee 66, 93, 1 47 
Chauffe, Tara 66, 67, 1 25, 1 38 
Cheek, Cole 45 
Cherry, Christine 1 4, 35, 66, 69, 

131, 163, 167 
Cherry, Susan 12, 33,66, 130, 

131, 138 
Cherryhomes, Jenny 7, 24, 34, 43, 

48,66, 125, 138, 167 
Chisolm, Amelia 66 
Chow, Matthew 4, 66, 84, 1 1 0, 

111, 151 
Christner, Keith 66, 93, 1 66 
Christopher, Nicole 8, 1 9, 66 
Chrzan, Agnes 23 
Clark, Jennifer 66, 131 
Clay, Emily 45, 66, 1 35 
Clay, Travis 42, 45, 59, 65 
Clegg, Katie 31, 66, 87, 131 
Clifton, Jean 18, 36, 66 
Clingan, Michelle 66, 168 
Coburn, Walker 24, 46, 66, 97 
Cochran, Luke 66, 93 
Coincon, J.B. 58 
Coker, Cheryl 60 
Coker, Timothy 60 
Cole, Bryan 26, 32, 39, 66 
Coleman, Claire 66, 74, 99, 121 
Coleman, Judy 35, 40, 43, 66, 

83 
Collier, Natalie 39, 45, 66, 118 
Collins, Stephanie 66 
Conelly, Helen 62 
Conley, Jermaine 39, 65, 66 
Connolly, Alex 66, 77, 147 
Conway, John 58, 59 
Coody, Amanda 65, 66 
Cook, Adam 23, 36, 44, 45, 67, 

155 
Cook, Melanie 37, 67, 125 
Cooper, Byron 7, 46, 52 
Cooper, Elizabeth 48, 59 
Cooper, Patrick 9, 1 2, 25, 35, 58, 

59, 167 
Corban, Carlo 67, 131 



Corbello, Jordan 35, 43, 67, 1 35 
Corburn, Walker 1 43 
Cordis, Casey 67, 108, 155 
Cosentino, Bobby 1 43 
Cosmiano, Peter 58, 59, 99, 107 
Cotten, Kayce 8, 14, 67, 80, 131 
Covington, Rimmer 67, 97, 143 
Cox, Allen 70, 93 
Cox, Joye 35,45,67,72, 131, 

138 
Craddock, Jay 67, 143 
Crawford, Adam 67, 1 43 
Crawley, Ken 67 
Crell, Anna 67, 77, 131 
Cross, Raleigh 67 
Cross, Rebecca 1 9, 3 1 , 59, 67, 

134, 135 
Crossland, Kelli 48, 1 1 2, 1 1 3, 

1 67, 1 68 
Crump, Devin 78 
Culpepper, Daniel 67, 97, 1 55 
Cunningham, Will 67, 147 
Cutter, Stephen 93, 108, 147,166 




Dafe, Oria 37, 39, 67, 77, 90, 91 

Daigle, Eric 67, 138, 147 

Daly, Emily 67, 124, 125 

Daniels, Dharius 37, 67, 104, 140 

Daniels, Julie 58 

Darby, Willie 67 

Darsey, Will 143 

Dasinger, Emily 57, 67 

Davis, Katy 16, 43, 67, 72, 116, 

125 
Davis, Leslie 

43, 67, 134, 135, 138 
Davis, Micah 67, 1 5, 1 65 
Davis, Renae 46, 67 
Davis, Sarah 20, 64, 67, 90,91 

121 
De Beukelaer, Herwig 67 
Dean, Colquitt 43, 67, 121 
Dees, Sarah 67, 121 
Delay, Germaine 23, 37, 73 
Devall, Matt 10, 46, 68, 93 
Dickson, Jamie 84 
Dickson, Nathan 143 
Dixon, Brian 1 51 
Dodd, Julian 45, 68 
Doering, Helena 99, 1 25 
Dollacker, Emily 131 
Dominick, Treuty 24, 68, 125 
Donald, Nicole 58 
Doshier, Beth 1 , 90, 91 , 1 1 4, 1 31 , 

163 
Douglas, Jeff 16, 31, 68, 143 
Douglas, V. Doreen 46 
Douglass, Lane 16, 43, 68, 135, 

138 
Dover, Andrea 68 
Dowd, Matt 108, 147 
Downer, Matt 1 08 
Downing, Lance 68, 93, 147 
Drysdale, Carol 45 
Dubose, Phillip 143 
Dubuisson, Billy 18, 43, 45, 68 
Ducote, Damien 7, 1 8, 67, 68, 

100, 101 
Dudley, Marcus 68, 93, 1 40 
Dufresne, Tola 1 7, 68 
Dunagin, Lauren 1 7, 35, 68, 78, 

1 24, 1 25, 1 67 
Dunlap, Jessica 39, 68, 1 02 
Dunn, Matthew 68 
Dupont, Josh 23, 45, 68 
Dykes, Margaret 68, 88, 99, 1 24, 

125 
Dzugan, Sergey 35, 43, 101 



162 




Easley, Danny 59 

Easley, Rebecca 16, 44, 45, 68, 

125 
Eastlack, Jared 31, 68 
Eaton, Kelly 121 
Ebarb, Brian 40, 41, 68 
Eckhardt, Livia 87, 131 
Edwards, Scott 20, 1 43 
Eeds, Gary 68 
Elliott, Esther 24,31, 35,36,39, 

43,68, 116, 135 
Ellis, James 31, 46, 68, 143 
Erb, Tyler 68, 93, 1 47 
Erdim, Nicole 35 
Estes, David 47, 1 43 
Estevecorena, Aurelie 68 
Evans, Billy 58, 102 
Evans, Cedric 68, 93 
Evans, Denesha 43, 45, 68, 81 , 

118 
Evans, Leonard 68 
Evans, Mariana 31, 35, 68, 134, 

135 
Everett, Lauren 22, 27, 35, 39, 42, 

45, 68, 71 
Exnicios, Amy 68, 78, 134, 135 
Ezell, Ryan 6, 93 
Ezelle, Travis 40, 69, 104, 105, 

147 




Fagan, Colleen 36, 39, 52, 69 
Falgout, Rachel 6, 28, 33, 40, 69, 

130, 131 
Fancher, Madelyn 64, 69, 121 
Parish, Coralie 69, 135 
Farrell, Betsy 36 
Faucett, Arien 30, 31, 69 
Felger, Shaun 25, 45, 65 
Felo, Andrew 46, 60 
Ferriss, Mary Sanders 31, 69, 121 
Ferry, Laura 10, 11,34, 35, 49, 

69, 131, 143 



Ficara, Caroline 45, 86 

Fikac, Aaron 69 

Fisk, Johnny 40 

Fite, Jamie 1 43 

Fitzgerald, L. Ife 1 28 

Flattmann, Grady 43, 69 

Flautt, Bolton 16, 47, 147 

Fleet, Stephanie 69, 1 25 

Fletcher, Devon 69, 121 

Floyd, Brian 44 

Floyd, Lindsay 31, 33,69, 130, 

131 
Flynn, Bryan 17, 31, 77 
Ford, Drew 69, 1 67 
Forrest, Trent 69, 104, 155 
Forster, Kelle 28, 40,41,46,69, 

121 
Fortenberry, Don 35, 36, 37, 58, 

167 
Fowler, Alan 69 
Fowlkes, John 26 
Francingues, Suzie 11,21, 46, 58, 

64, 93, 97 
Francis, Preston 1 43 
Francis, T 14, 16, 18,21,68, 

104, 115 
Franey, Laura 60 
Frascogna, Judy 59 
Frascogna, Marty 11, 93,143 
Freeman, James 69 
Freeman, Robert 40, 167 
Freeman, Veronica 43 
Freeney, Claire 81 
Freis, Catherine 43 
Premin, Kenzie 69 
French, Wesley 69 
Friday, Larry 93 
Fukuma, Junko 39 
Fulton-John, Katie 1 1 
Fulton-John, Lyn 1 1 
Furrow, Devin 69, 131 
Fussell, Natalie 135 




Gadd, Morgan 18, 45, 60 
Gadlin, Derriaux 23, 33, 93 
Gagliano, Paul 22, 30, 35, 44, 52, 

59,69, 143 
Gaines, John 59 



Galaty, Micheal 79 

Galicki, Stan 60, 61 

Gallagher, Carly 69 

Gamble, Lica 45, 59, 69, 81, 135 

Gannon, Nathan 31, 46, 143 

Garavito, Erika 7, 46, 69, 121 

Gardes, Lani 1 65 

Garner, Doug 3, 69, 93, 108, 

147 
Garner, Laura 8, 14, 23,62 69, 

107, 125 
Garrad, Robin 59 
Garrett, Kathleen 69, 90, 91, 114, 

131 
Garrett, Lauren 43, 84 
Garrett, Paula 61 
Gauthier, Heather 8, 35, 69, 1 24, 

125 
Gavioli, Robbie 70, 1 43 
Gay, Jonathan 69, 80, 104, 147 
Gaylord, Ryan 20, 67, 70, 155 
Gee, Lanier 1 21 
Gell, Rich 58 

Gibson, Corbett 34, 46, 47 
Gibson, Nolo 59 
Gifford, Gretchen 70, 95 
Gilbert, Andrea 17, 70, 99 
Gilbert, Nick 108 
Gilfoil, Beth 21, 70, 87, 121 
Gillanders, Tracy 43, 94,95, 167 
Gillom, Jessica 70, 102, 103 
Gleason, Michael 43 
Glidewell, Collin 35, 40, 45, 49 
Glumb, Sharon 36, 58, 167 
Gober, Cheri 58 
Goel, Shikha 31, 39, 64, 70 
Goff, Kristy 7, 18, 70, 121 
Goff, Misty 6, 22, 70, 130, 131 
Goines, Joseph 70, 93 
Golden, Jennie 8, 19,23,69,70, 

125 
Gonsalves, Denise 58 
Goode, Jim 31 , 35, 43, 44, 59, 70 
Gordon, Gray 35, 70 
Gosnell, Nelson 36, 147 
Goswami, Shelly 57, 70 
Gouguet, Seth 39, 70, 93 
Gourlay, Erin 70, 110 
Gowan, Temple 16, 70, 71 
Grace, Travis 70, 80, 147 
Graffam.JD 32, 70 
Graham, Bryant 15, 70, 81, 140 
Graham, Colleen 131 
Grainger, Elizabeth 70 



Grommer, Kristy 18,70, 168, 169 

Gray, Peter 35, 70, 1 55 

Gray, Ronnie 58, 93 

Green, Andrea 1 , 33, 35, 70, 1 25, 

167 
Greenwood, Robbie 45, 64, 70, 

151, 163 
Gregory, Allyson 131 
Greig, Matthew 45, 70, 155 
Griffin, Eric 60 
Griffin, Kathi 12 
Griffith, Brio 20, 169 
Grillis, Frank 46 
Grimmett, Adam 6, 70, 143 
Gnmsley, Shannon 59 
Griswold, Kenneth 35, 39, 45, 49, 

70 
Gruich, Jason 14, 70, 155 
Gueringer, Michelle 1 2, 32, 33, 

70, 125, 138, 169 

Guidry, Brandon 30, 33, 35, 36, 

44, 52, 70, 143 
Guidry, Reni 44, 64 
Guitreau, Brent 71, 97 
Guntherberg, Nicole 31 , 36, 45, 

71, 121 

Guthrie, Max 71 , 1 55 
Gutti, Neelima 35, 71 




Hable, Becky 71 
Haedicke, Jordan 71, 131 
Haley, Melanie 83 
Hall, Catherine 46 
Halliwell, Justin 43 
Hallmark, Chris 71, 147 
Hamby, Robin 93, 108, 114, 143 
Hard, Shane 12, 151 
Hardcastle, Anne 60, 61 
Hardin, Andrea 12, 71, 135 
Hardwick, Stephanie 67, 131, 169 
Hardy, Katie 16, 18, 31, 35, 40, 

79, 125 
Hargon, Judy 35 
Harkins, Ann 59 
Harper, Rolfe 71, 93, 143 
Harrigill, Shelley 7, 31, 36, 43, 49, 

71, 121 



Harrington, Grace 58 

Harris, Allison 31, 35, 43,49,71 

Harris, Andrew 1 6 

Harris, James 34, 40, 60, 155 

Harris, Nash 71 

Harris, Portico 71 

Harris, Sara 42, 52, 71, 94, 

95, 125 
Harris, Thomas 1 55 
Harriss, Kaiser 71 
Harshbarger, Kenny 1 3, 35, 97, 

143 
Hart, Temekia 71 
Hastings, Laura 24, 27, 33, 36, 

45,71,79, 135, 138 
Hatampa, Melody 71 
Hatt, Jason 71 
Hays, Peyton 14, 34, 35,49,71, 

138, 155 
Head, Aaron 40, 71 
Hearn, Jeremy 147 
Heath, Colby 71, 155 
Heatherly, Raymond 71 
Hebert, Natalie 46, 71, 99, 125 
Hedglin, Christopher 35, 39, 59, 

71, 115, 138, 147 
Heisler, Bess 9, 63, 71, 121 
Helo, Crystal 71,74, 99, 102, 121 
Henderson, John 36 
Henderson, Sarah Ann 36 
Henderson, Tom 59, 60 
Hendon, Drew 71 , 97 
Hendrick, Ann 58 

Hendricks, Lame 17, 33,71,82, 

120, 121 
Henke, Katie 71, 121 
Henry, Amy 1 25 
Henry, John 72, 80, 147 
Henson, Lee 72, 74 
Hicks, Jason 31,35,39,61,63, 

72 
Hicks, Jennifer 72, 76, 121 
Hicks, Kameliah 1 1 8 
Highfill, Dick 60 
Hill, Rebecca 72 
Hillgartner, Laura 33, 35, 46, 72, 

95, 1 25 
Hillman, Allan 34 
Hobgood, Angela 26,31,46,66, 

72, 135 

Hodges, Meredith 72, 74, 1 65 
Hoggatt, Isaiah 72, 155 
Hoggatt, Micah 72, 155 
Hogue, Jane 59 




taylor rahrberger 



robbie greenwood, nicole alien 



joy mitchell 



index. 1 63 




Holley, Melissa 72, 79 

Hollis, Ashley 72 

Holly, Chris 12, 143 

Holly, Graham 15, 18, 46, 72, 

97 
Honican, Jennifer 20, 72 
Hooker, Brad 20, 72, 1 55 
Hopkins, Ted 72, 143 
Horn, Timothy 72 
Houston, Brian 35, 43, 72 
Houston, Lauren 72, 95, 1 1 5, 
Houston, Trade 22, 37, 72, 1 / 
Hudson, Amber 35, 37, 72, 1 
Hudson, Shalanda 72 
Huggard, Blake 72, 93, 147, 
Hughes, Ben 14, 72, 151 
Hughes, Dane 72, 93, 108 
Hughey, Digger 72, 93 
Hulsey, Betty 58, 167 
Hunt, Josh 35, 52, 72 
Hurder, Rose 27, 31, 32, 35,' 

54,72, 124, 125 



Johnson, Janet 58, 100 
Johnson, Josh 16, 38, 51, 75, 

140 
Johnson, Mandy 73, 95, 97, 1 24, 

125 
Johnson, Ronnie 73, 93, 147 
Johnson, Ruth 58 
Jointer, Karen 23, 36, 39, 73, 82, 

128 
Jones, Bryant 73 
Jones, Jahreese 39, 73, 93 
Jones, Kimberly 40,73, 131 
Jones, Robert 60 
Jones, Sara 27, 31,46,73,84, 

131 
Jones, Steven 61 
Jordan, Janice 43 
Jorden, Will 6, 39, 70, 73, 82, 93 
Josef, Jason 73, 138, 155 
Joyner, Kristi 26, 33, 47, 52, 73, 

135, 167 
Junkin, Blythe 31, 52, 87, 131 
Junkin, Jordan 1 31 
Jurney, Ron 40, 58 




Ingles, Quay 72 

Ingram, Barret 72 

Ingram, Brooke 7, 31, 35,40,4 

45, 72 
Irby, Yamina 23, 128 
Irvin, Jane 73, 1 31 
Isbell, Heather 35, 73, 82 
Italiano, Regina 58 
Ivancic, Nikki 26, 36, 73 
Ivers, Leslie 58 
Ivshin, Anna 73 




Jabour, Ned 30, 35, 73, 83, 155 
Jackson, Dionne 7, 64, 73, 90, 

114 
Jackson, Lindsey 73, 90, 131 
Jackson, Paula 35 
Jaeger, Danny 73, 93, 138, 155 
James, Ashton 47, 143 
James, Loren 73, 75, 143 
James, Patrick 58 
James, Ricky 14, 18, 23, 32,35, 

36,45,73, 138, 155 
James, Tammy 73 
James, Tom 23 
James, Walter 46 
Janovsky, Amy 1 3, 36, 40, 59, 65, 

73, 113, 134, 135 
Jeffcoat, Molly 1, 8, 30, 32,33, 

35,46,73,82, 131 
Jefferson, Deondra 73, 1 1 8 
Jeffries, Robin 20, 58, 72, 102 
Jensen, Alan 11, 35, 39, 73 
Jerome, Patrick 73 
Jeter, Josh 73, 93 
Jinks, Vaughan 11,73, 121 
Johnson, Allen 73, 143 
Johnson, Christina 73 



Kahn, Robert 60 
Kalkbrenner, Amy 74, 1 35 
Kamenkovich, Asya 63 
Kampman, Maureen 74, 75, 99, 

125 
Kates, Beth 93 
Keeling, Austin 74 
Kelly, Jonathan 46 
Kennedy, Virginia 35 
Key, Caroline 74, 107 
Kilgore, Jonathan 23, 25, 35, 36, 

37,45,49,52,74, 155 
Killcreas, Amelia 8, 35, 49, 125 
Kimbel, Ricara 74 
Kimmons, Ben 35, 45, 74 
Kimweli, David 40, 68, 74, 167 
King, Sam 30, 35, 59, 74, 155 
Kinget, Holly 6, 40, 74, 131 
Kinsella, Joe 58, 93, 107 
Kittrell, Heather 26, 38, 62, 74, 

125, 167 
Klinke, Katie 14, 69, 74, 131 
Kneupper, Jessie 35, 74, 1 25 
Knight, Jessica 26, 31, 74 
Knight, Quincy 58 
Knox, Cort 6, 74, 1 55 
Koenig, Christine 74, 77, 95, 107, 

115, 135 
Kohn, Tom 43 

Kovalyova, Daria 40, 74, 121 
Kuhn, Ella 74 
Kurtts, Claire 26, 36, 74, 100, 121 




Ladner, Kasey 74, 95 

Lamb, William 60 

Lambdin, Borrot 42 

Lambert, Adam 13, 74, 143 

Lamberth, Eugene 39, 92, 93 

Lamberth, Joseph 74 

Landry, Jerry 35, 74 

Lane, Laura S. 25, 35, 45, 52, 70, 

74, 131, 167 
Lane, Mary Helen 26, 135 
Lang, Dana 58 
Langley, Janet 35, 59, 60 
Langlois, Justin 147 
Langoni, Christi 16, 40, 74, 131 
Larisey, Walt 74, 116, 1 43 
Larsen, Carolee 60 
Lasoski, Liz 7, 33, 52, 68, 74, 

131 
Lassalle, Julie 31,49,59,65, 74, 

1 35, 1 38 
Laster, Alma 1 28 
Lauro, Valerie 74 
Lawrence, Lindsey 75, 135 
Lawson, Prentiss 8, 75, 108 
Lee, James Henson 151 
Lee, Jason 23 
Lee, Martha 26, 58 
Leech, Will 155 
Lefavor, Brent 61 
Leinweber, Ashley 35, 39, 49, 59, 

75 
LeJeune, Brent 7, 75, 93 
Lenhart, Chat 75, 1 08, 1 09, 1 47 
Levy, Brittany 75, 120, 121 
Levy, Mikaela 16,31,34,66,75, 

100, 121 
Lewis, Charles 59 
Liles, Mary Emrey 75, 121 
Lindsey, Brian 75, 97, 1 43 
Little, Jason 46 
Litton, Jeremy 3, 20, 43, 75, 1 38, 

155 
Litty, London 1 04, 1 05 
Lloyd, Sarah 43, 45, 52, 75 
Lokitz, Brad 

21, 35, 75, 138, 155 
Lollarjoey 75, 93, 138, 147 
Long, Ann 31, 33, 75, 87, 130, 

131 
Lotz, Jason 75 
Lowery, Chris 1 , 75, 78 
Lowery, Patrick 46, 1 43 
Loy, Amy 30, 31, 35, 38, 39,43, 

52,75, 134, 135, 138 
Lucas, Andrea 23, 39, 40, 42, 

45, 52,59,75,87, 128 
Lucas, Deanna 46 
Lucas-Tauchar, Frances 19,56,169 
Lumpkin, Jed 147 
Lumsden, Drew 75, 93, 1 47 
Luter, Matthew 35, 36, 45, 75 
Lutz, Elizabeth 18, 24, 31, 36, 

59,75, 124, 125, 167 
Lyons, Wendy 37, 43, 75, 

121 
Lytton, Bill 97 




Laborde, Chad 33, 40, 41 

113, 147 
Ladner, Aaron 1 43 



Madakasira, Anita 75 
Maddox, Nathan 75, 93, 155 
Maddox, Shea 59, 75, 169 
Madison, Larry 59, 60 
Madjlesi, Rachel 75, 131 
Magee, Cheqeutta 75 
Magee, Stan 31, 58, 114, 167 
Maisel, Julie 45 
Malick, Jaesa 39 

Malpass, Jessica 36, 43, 75, 1 20, 
121, 138, 166 



Malpass, Kelly 11,31,69,75, 

121, 138 
Mann, Debora 40, 43 
Marian, Dan 75 
Markham, Katherine 131, 166 
Markley, Mary 59 
Marks, Danny 31, 138, 143 
Marks, Erica 76, 121, 138 
Marshall, Annah 1 2, 34, 35, 36, 

37,49,76, 131 
Marshall, Jim 168 
Marshall, Kacey 20, 64, 76, 121 
Marston, Bob 76, 1 43 
Martin, Daniel 143 
Martin, Georgianna 13, 36, 50, 

59, 76, 121 
Martin, Kedra 23, 42, 76 
Martin, Sarah 76, 1 24 
Mashburn, Hannah 25, 30, 31, 

36,50,59,76, 135, 138 
Mashnitskiy, Aleksey 40, 41 , 46, 

76 
Mashnitskiy, Artem 10, 1 1 , 40, 41 , 

76 
Mason, Dana 93 
Mathews, Kellen 76, 93 
Mathis, Greg 46 
Mathis, Kathy 42 
Matthews, Baron 76, 1 55 
Mauldin, Britney 52, 76, 99, 1 25 
May, Lindsey 24, 46, 47, 76, 

125, 138, 167 
Mayes, Kevin 16, 30, 31, 38, 39, 

59 
Mayfield, Jim 97 
Mazzone, Vince 76, 97, 143 
McAfee, Sarah 1 4, 35, 76 
McCain, Cody 108 
McClain, James 1 43 
McClain, Trey 76, 97 
McCledon, Lynda 59 
McCullough, Roxanne 27, 35, 45, 

76 
McDaniels, Hiniku 118 
McDonald, Boty 60, 61 
McDonald, Eric 1 7 
McDonald, Jason 76 
McDonald, Vickey 58 
McGaffeny, Shatondra 35, 76 
McGaw, Colleen 20, 52, 76, 95, 

115, 125 
McGaw, Katie 12, 33, 76, 125, 

169 
McGehee, Anna Catesby 121 
McGehee, William 76, 93, 143 
Mcintosh, Debra 59 
Mclntyre, Jeff 15, 76, 93 
McKaul, Nancy 58 
McKenzie, Katherine 121 
McKinsey, Tamond 76, 93 
McNair, Lucy 1 25 
McNeal, Derrick 76, 92,93, 155 
McNeese, Martha 9, 31, 76, 130, 

131 
McNeice, Ruthanne 76 
McNeil, Sarah Katherine 59 
McRae, David 31,36,45,57,74, 

76, 1 55 

McRaney, Rebecca 40, 43, 76, 1 25 

McSwain, Natalie 77 

Medcalf, Chris 151 

Mehta, Dolly 8, 12, 77, 100, 135 

Melvin, Kristin 77, 120, 121 

Melvin, Nicholas 77, 1 43 

Meredith, Meg 70, 77, 110, 111, 

121 
Merriman, Emily 20, 25, 46, 77, 

95, 1 25 
Merritt, Amanda 70, 77, 1 1 0, 1 1 1 , 

121 
Messer, Trey 77, 1 55 
Meyer, Lindsay 21, 23, 38,58, 

77, 102, 114, 128 
Mezzell.Ann 135 



Michel, Michael 77,97, 143 
Miller, Heather 32, 74, 77 
Miller, Wayne 58 
Miller, Zack 77, 93, 1 47 
Miller-Pound, Andrea 31, 58, 138 
Milnor, Jesse 36, 1 51 
Mistretta, David 69,92,93, 147 
Mitchell, Dalvia 77, 1 07 
Mitchell, Jeff 7, 31,32,33,34, 

50,71, 77, 108, 147 
Mitchell, Joy 31,77, 110, 124, 

125, 138, 163 
Mitchell, Julia 35, 77, 121 
Mitchell, Larkin 77, 138, 143, 165 
Mixon, Keely 20, 77, 93, 1 06, 

107, 114, 120, 121 
Mobley, Sandi 58 
Mock, Charlie 77, 151 
Modak, Robika 77, 131, 167 
Moody, Jill 77, 135 
Mooney, Jed 77, 93, 147 
Moore, Donna 58 
Moore, Doug 77 , 1 47 
Moore, Talisha 102, 103, 114 
Morgan, Claire 77, 121 
Morrison, Adam 77 , 1 55 
Morrison, Carlo 35, 50, 64, 121 
Morrison, Robbie 17, 33, 50,71, 

77,97, 143 
Moss, Ariel 39, 62, 77 
Moss, Jason 36, 97 
Molt, Jared 77, 151 
Moulder, David 46 
Moys, Allison 59 
Murphy, Tom 1 4, 59, 77 
Muse, Darin 77, 97, 143 
Muse, Jennifer 46, 52 
Myers, Amanda 1 63 
Myers, Johnathan 7, 78, 112,113 
Myers, Vicki 36, 39, 43, 78 
Myrick, Jay 1 43 




Nagelin, Jennifer 9, 78, 135 

Namihira, Motoi 78 

Neal, Kendall 62 

Neely, Amy 43, 78 

Neely, Katy Morgan 69, 131 

Neely, Walter 34, 46, 47 

Negandhi, Leta 26, 31, 40, 43, 135 

Nelson, Anna 63, 78, 121 

Nelson, Rebecca 78 

Nevins, Robert 43 

Newkirk, Tanya 59 

Newman, J J. 33, 70, 78, 147 

Newsom, Hannah 78, 1 25 

Ngo, Vinh 50, 80, 168 

Nguyen, Binh 31,46,64 

Nicholas, Mandy 7, 78 

Nichols, Ashley 8, 77, 78, 131 

Nichols, Jack 78 

Niedermeyer, Eric 78, 80 

Nippes, Marsh 108 

Nix, Peter 78, 1 43 

Norris, David 31, 33, 35, 45, 52 




O'Beirne, Ryan 30, 31 , 33, 52, 78,- 

87, 1 43 
O'Bryant, Matt 78, 93 
Odem, Shelly 59 
Ogden, Rob 43 
Oglesby, Judy 59 
O' Kelly, Amanda 59 



164 




meredith hodges 



anne bailey 



O'Kelly, Cody 147 

Oliver, Kyle 78, 1 43 

Olivier, Emily 20, 41 , 46, 62, 78, 

131 
Omo-Bare, Iren 39 
Ou, Lawrence 4, 24, 46, 78, 138, 

151 




Pffisch, Valerie 33, 35, 78, 

Pace, Christopher 78 

Pace, Phyllis 46 

Page, Brandon 108, 109 

Page, Christopher 151 

Page, Hannah 45 

Page, Jason 1 08 

Page, Jim 58, 108 

Panter, Claire 78, 106, 107, 

Parker, Kim 35, 43, 78, 1 24, 

138 
Parker, Marion 28, 40 
Parker, Marisa 8, 27, 78, 1 1 

113, 124, 125 
Parks, Megan 78, 110,111, 
Parrish, Nick 78, 108 
Parsley, Jason 93 
Parsons, Tim 19, 24, 39, 41, 

78,79 
Partain, Krista 42, 78, 1 25 
Patel, Darsit 39, 78 
Patel, Jinal 78 
Patel, Mital 22, 79 
Patterson, Adam 79, 1 55 
Paul, Ryan 79, 138, 155 
Paulk, Brad 25, 35, 36, 45, 

155 
Paulk, Nicole 79, 113, 121 
Payne, Angela 35, 43, 50, '. 

79, 135, 138 
Payne, Jason 151 
Pearce, Kate 11, 24, 50, 95, 

167 
Pedersen, Jonathan 4, 18, 31 

143 
Peede, Jon 59 
Pelleteri, Erin 27, 69, 121 
Pelly, Malia 33, 40, 46, 79, 

94,95, 131 
Pennebaker, Leigh 4, 43, 50, 

66,79 



Pennington, Tanya 26, 135 

Perkins, Betsy 59 

Perkins, Jessica 10, 12, 33,79, 

100, 101, 125 
Perry, Denise 24, 131 
Perry, Lekesha 1 02 
Peters, Bridgette 79, 131 
Peterson, Abby 32, 69, 79, 88, 

110, 125 
Phillips, Michael 10, 79, 93, 147 
Phillips, Stuart 79, 108 
Pickard, Michael 45, 79, 155 
Pierce, Cary 93, 155 
Pilato, Natalie 24, 79, 99, 125 
Pilgrim, John 12 
Polk, Candice 79 
Ponder, Stacy 79 
Pool, Chris 108, 115, 147 
Poole, Callie 18,31,35,40,78, 

79 
Porder, Stacy 1 1 8 
Porter, Bishop 1, 46, 121 
Porter, Katie 31, 58 
Porter, Nick 46, 79, 1 43 
Portera, Cameron 37, 72, 79, 1 25, 

167 
Powell, Davis 35, 147 
Powell, Erin 79, 90, 91, 114, 131 
Powell, Joe 79, 143 
Prejean, Mary Frances 1 1 , 79, 1 31 
Pringle, Michael 143 
Proctor, Greer 8, 23, 76 
Pryor, Shannon 121 
Puddister, Ginny 79, 1 25 
Pullen, Amanda Blair 6, 79, 131 
Puryear, Erin 79 




Quigley, Brendan 18,23,40,79, 

155 
Quinn, Melissa 32 




Rabai, Colette 23, 35, 40, 79 
Rabourn, Roman 75, 79, 100,155 



Randall, Becky 99 


Rose, Coralie 80 


Silkman, Hannah 78, 81, 


Randall, Chris 80, 155 


Rose, Todd 31, 36, 58 


124, 125 


Range, Elaina 1 1 8 


Rossi-Espagnet, David 80 


Skertich, Melissa 98, 99, 131 


Rao, Brinda 43, 51, 80 


Roth, Jennifer 80 


Skinner, Cowboy 58 


Rasmussen, Cara 58, 115, 167 


Rulewicz, Diane 58, 95 


Skipper, Julie 35,51,70,81, 125, 


Ray, Chandler 1 1 


Rundell, Tom 143, 168 


138 


Ray, Darby 11, 54, 60 


Russell, Dustin 147, 169 


Slaieh, Shadia 24, 33, 40, 80, 81 , 


Ray, Starlight 24, 40, 41 , 67, 80, 


Russell, John 34, 46, 47 


131 


135 


Russell, Kevin 59 


Slayden, April 35, 51,70, 81, 


Raymond, Stephanie 73, 80, 121 




121, 138 


Reaves, Stacie 80 




Sloan, Steve 25, 81,93, 147 


Redding, Erin 80 




Smallwood, Laura 81 


Reddoch, Jason 43 




Smart, Bonita 128 


Redmond, Charles Daniel 80 




Sm.th, Dell 7, 25, 36, 45, 81, 82, 


Reed, Rebecca 62, 80, 131 




155 


Reeves, Brad 93 




Smith, Elise 61 


Reid, Bill 40, 41, 80, 143 


Sail i s, Harrylyn 35 


Smith, Jesse 143 


Reid, Jonathan 80 


Salnave, Melissa 80 


Smith, Kellie 81 


Reilly, Bridgette 44, 45 


Samples, Jennifer 13,80, 131 


Smith, Leigh 40, 43, 81 


Reine, Virginia 1 35 


Sams, Leah 46, 63, 81, 121 


Smith, Leslie 81, 102, 120, 121 


Rendfrey, Frederick 17, 1 55 


Sanches, Katie 19, 81 


Smith, Liz 82, 134, 135, 138 


Renna, Matt 80, 108, 147 


Sandhu, Sonia 81, 135 


Smith, Madolyn 82 


Revels, Rebecca 90, 91, 114, 131 


Santiago, Liza 26, 81, 167 


Smith, Mark 1 67 


Reyes, Elaine 24, 26, 46, 80, 


Sarglepp, Madis 81 


Smith, Natalie 12, 82, 124, 125, 


114, 125, 138 


Scales, Charley 13, 45, 81, 143 


138 


Reynolds, Danielle 80 


Scarff, Bubba 93 


Smith, Richard 34 


Rhodes, Greg 46, 96, 97 


Schiro, Chris 11, 81, 93 


Smith, Sean 6, 10, 93, 155 


Rhodes, Zack 80, 113, 155 


Schmid, Margarita 59 


Smith, Sherry 25, 40 


Rhymes, Mia 45 


Schoolar, Ellen 43 


Smith, Spencer 82 


Rhymes, Sandy 58, 167 


Schumacher, Julie 47 


Smith, Vasha 68 


Rich, Daniel 155 


Schwartz, Donald 61 


Snead, Kara 1 31 


Richmond, Krissy 80 


Schwitter, Michael 46, 52, 81 , 104, 


Snyder, Brett 82, 1 43 


Rivers, Emily 1 , 26, 35, 77, 80, 


105 


Snyder, Sidney 82, 97, 1 43 


125 


Segrest, Sarah 28, 35, 40, 41 , 81 , 


Somes, Meghan 1 31 


Rivers, Jane 35 


100 


Sonnier, Eve 33,45, 82, 135 


Roberts, Bo 80, 1 08, 1 55 


Seib, Marty 11, 52, 81, 93, 155 


Sood, Nidhi 24, 135 


Roberts, Edwin 80, 1 47 


Sellers, Amy 22, 59, 81, 135 


Sorrells, Jennifer 63, 121 


Roberts, Jess 20, 24, 31, 33,80, 


Sellers, Kelly 22, 36,81, 124, 


Sparks, Sam 33, 45, 82, 138, 


143 


125 


151 


Roberts, Lauren 31, 80, 130, 131 


Selman, Will 81, 108, 147 


Spaulding, Sarah 1 0, 1 1 , 82, 90, 


Robertson, Andrew 44, 45, 80 


Shank.YYldan 81, 138, 151 


91, 131 


Robertson, Blake 21, 80, 151 


Sharbrough, Matt 81, 147 


Spear, Rachel 82, 131, 138, 167 


Robertson, Chris 80 


Shaw, Amelia 81 


Speed, Jeff 14, 46, 57, 82 


Robertson, Dora 59 


Shaw, Megan 36, 81, 124, 125 


Spence, Charlie 82, 112, 113 


Robinson, Cynthia 54,166 


Shearer, Kim 46 


Spencer, Edward 82 


Robinson, Michael 46, 78, 93 


Sheehan, Tim P 20, 81 , 143 


Staby, Elizabeth 16,82, 131 


Robinson, Wayne 36 


Sheehan, Tim E 1 43 


Stafford, Sara Catherine 82, 131 


Rogers, Elizabeth 16,46,47,80, 


Shelton, Anna 1 35 


Staines, Scott 108 


101, 121 


Shelton, Heather 7, 33, 52, 81 , 82, 


Stallings, Fran 39, 46, 82 


Rogers, Joe 88, 104, 108 


124, 125, 167 


Stander, OB. 25, 82, 93, 147 


Rogers, Kristin 1 35 


Sheridan, Karen 1 35 


Storks, Kentrell 82, 93 


Rohrberger, Taylor 20, 1 43, 1 63 


Show, Amelia 1 25 


Stauffer, Caroline 6, 22, 67, 82, 


Romaguera, Mac 81, 116,155 


Shull, Mary Catherine 6, 1 1 , 24, 


131 


Roode, Beau 72, 80 


30, 31,51,67,81, 131 


Stearnes, Ricky 97, 1 47 


Root, Rebecca 36 


Signs, Molly 59 


Steele, Margarette 1 28 



index. 1 o5 




Steelman, William 82, 143 
Stegall, Meredith 82, 121 
Steinkampf, Michelle 12, 73,82, 

121 
Stensaas, Kristina 60 
Stephens, Israel 36, 82, 96, 97, 

110 
Stewart, Elizabeth 1 9, 69, 82, 1 1 0, 

125 
Stewart, Taryn 38 
Stewart, Yulon 45, 52, 82 
Stine, Jason 38, 39, 43, 45, 82 
Stoner, Jennifer 82, 1 02, 1 03 
Stoner, Lance 52, 1 04, 1 05, 1 47 
Stout, Paul 1 47 
Strickland, Julie 135 
Strine, Cindy 31, 33, 58, 167 
Stroud, John 58, 104 
Stuart, Lisa 130, 131, 138 
Stuart, Vanessa 1 35 
Stuntz, Lori 26, 51, 82, 135, 

138 
Suane, Shantelle 82, 93, 168 
Sugar, Mackey 21 , 33, 36, 37, 45, 

82, 121 
Sullenberger, Alison 1 2, 

35, 51, 63 
Sullivan, John 83, 110 
Sumrall, Jason 83, 138, 143 
Surber, Theresa 59 
Surrell, Matt 46 
Sutherlin, Bradford 97, 1 43 
Swanner, Andy 36 
Sweeney, Adam 1 43 




Taban, Hootan 66 
Tandy, Benita 83 
Tarlin, Jan 61 
Taruiac, Jessica 1 67 
Tauchar, Anna Catherine 57 
Tauchar, Michael 57 



Tauchar, Paul 57 

Tauriac, Jessica 13, 83, 125 

Taylor, Pat 47, 60, 1 68 

Taylor, Shea 58, 93 

Tegtmeier, Kristen 42, 60, 61 

Temple, Jamie 93, 102 

Tench, Tim 47, 93, 147 

Terrell, Charles 1 55 

Terry, Cindy 83 

Thames, Amy 80, 83, 131 

Thatcher, Margaret 1 9 

Theobald, Lauren 39, 83, 121 

Thigpen, Jihan 39, 40, 83, 102 

Thompson, Bobby 83 

Thompson, Cliff 45, 52 

Thompson, Deidra 35, 83 

Thompson, Rachel 15, 31, 35,46, 

81,83, 124, 125 
Thompson, Stephanie 8, 18, 134, 

135 
Thornton, Andy 31, 83, 143 
Thorton, Missy 35 
Thrash, Walker 108, 147 
Thurmond, Angela 83 
Thuston, Robert 83, 97, 1 43 
Tierce, Audra 83, 107, 135 
Tillman, Samara 83 
Tippens, Barbara 18 
Todd, Sarah 31, 43, 83,84, 120, 

121 
Tomlin, Steffenie 26, 31, 38,40, 

83, 114, 135, 167 
Toner, Kathleen 31, 40, 59, 83, 

100, 131 
Tosch, Mallory 33, 43, 83, 1 30, 

131, 167 
Touchstone, Brad 83, 155 
Touchstone, Robert 24, 33, 83, 

138, 151, 167 
Townsend, Kenneth 14, 31, 34, 35, 

39,83 
Trappey, Ellen 1 , 14, 1 9, 31 , 33, 

35,36,43,45,83, 120, 121, 

138 
Treanor, Bryan 14, 76, 83, 155 
Trigg, Connie 59 
Tripp, Gregg 58, 110 



Trotter, Joycelyn 59 

Turman, Missa 58 

Turner, Cecilia 26, 40, 83, 102, 

103, 114 
Turner, Lauren 83, 131 
Turner, Walter 1 2, 23, 58, 59, 1 07, 

167 
Tyler, Bob 11, 58, 93, 114 




Umsted, David 46, 93, 143 
Umsted, Neil 83, 93, 143 
Underwood, Ranee 59 




Valentine, Courtney 7, 33, 43, 51 , 

83, 125, 138 
Valentine, Lee 46, 84 
Van Every, Kelsey 97 
Van Hooydonk, Paul 58, 97 
Vasamsetti, Prasad 33, 51, 84, 155 
Vasterling, Tess 19, 42, 84 
Veach, Margaret 24, 26, 59, 84, 

134, 135 
Vice, Lauren 18, 84 
Villa, Brad 84, 93, 147 
Vincent, Lizzie 84, 125, 167 
Vincent, Ryan 14, 33, 51, 84 
Viner, Gloria 84 
Viner, Veronika 84 




Wadlington, Bill 31, 52, 84, 143 
Wagner, Michael 79, 84 
Waguespack, Daniel 14, 52, 104, 

105 
Walden, Christi 16, 84, 130, 131 
Waldrop, Gail 58 
Waldrop, Will 46, 147 
Walker, Brandi 39, 45, 63, 84, 

118 
Walker, Donte 72 
Walker, Drew 16, 35, 143 



Walker, Matt 84, 92,93, 143 

Walker, Wendy 84, 100 

Wallis, Mandi 23, 24, 35, 59, 84, 

167 
Walters, Chris 147 
Walters, Rebecca 84, 1 35 
Wang, Joe 35, 40, 73, 84, 168 
Ward, Neely 7, 74, 84, 90, 131 
Ward, Timothy 61 
Warren, Sandford 61 
Washington, Alicia 84 
Washington, Chad 35, 51 , 73, 84, 

155 
Waters, Michael 46, 84, 110, 143 
Watkins, Adam 84, 155 
Watkins, Olivia 73 
Watson, Blake 84 
Watson, Taylor 84 
Weaver, Stacy 16, 1 35 
Webster, Stephanie 39, 84, 86 
Wegner, Kolie 1 , 46, 63, 84, 1 20, 

121 
Wegner, Little Star 20, 64, 84, 

120, 121 
Weitlauf, Ashley 11, 13, 14, 35, 

84, 124, 125 
Welles, Ned 85, 97 
Wells, Larry 59 
Wentworth, Stuart 46 
West, Barbara 59 
West, Beth 18, 31, 85, 125, 167 
Wester, Jennifer 85,99, 121 
Whinery, Jonathan 20, 85, 108 
Whitaker, Erin 26, 45, 59, 85, 135 
White, Jared 51, 85, 138, 155 
White, Lillian 1 1 , 24, 1 24, 1 25, 

167 
White, Nancy 58 
White, Rachelle 24, 85, 121 
White, Shane 59 
White, Wade 54, 85, 138, 143 
Whitfield, Johnnie-Marie 61 
Whitfield-Smith, Carolina 45, 85 
Whittaker, Erin 67 
Whitten, Kason 85 
Whittington, Amie 8, 73, 85, 135 
Wilbanks, Kate 12, 36,44,45, 

85,95, 121 
Wilburn, Sherryl 58 
Wiley, Alex 85, 93 
Wilkinson, Ruth 58 
Williams, Allison 59, 79, 85, 135 
Williams, Betsy 85, 121 
Williams, Billy 

11, 40, 41, 93, 147 
Williams, Chappell 12, 85, 131 
Williams, Mark 35, 46 
Williams, Renn 143 



Williams, Sally 7, 38, 40, 85, 107, 

114, 124, 125, 167 
Williamson, Georgia 67 
Willis, Judy 59 
Wilson, Cliff 85, 108 
Wilson, Crystal 85, 125 
Wilson, Jason 85 
Wilson, Jennifer 85, 131 
Wilson, Joe 45 
Wilson, Melissa 85 
Wimbish, Jennie 85 
Wise, Jon 1 08, 1 09 
Wise, Tim 36, 58, 104, 113 
Withers, Quint 7, 11, 12, 31, 85 
Wilt, Ben 65, 1 63 
Wittie, Joshua 36, 85, 93 
Witty, Jeffrey 85, 155 
Womac, Corbin 33, 68, 85, 147 
Woodruff, Chivers 34, 46, 47 
Woodruff, Trey 35, 110, 111 
Woods, Alex 59 
Woodward, David 58 




YSfttavid 14, 18,23,68,85, 

110, 111, 155 
Yglesias, Matt 36, 108, 109 
Yoste, Margaret 6, 1 6, 67, 85, 

113, 130, 131 
Young, Brandi 85 
Young, Chad 1 51 
Young, Mandy 1 21 
Young, Margaret 85, 121 
Young, Meredith 26, 85, 131 
Young, Neola 26,85, 135 
Young, Randi 85, 1 35 
Young, Reggie 93 




Zale, Sandford 61 

Zaperach, Jonathan 40, 85, 110 

Zinn, Howard 1 , 1 1 , 23, 30, 31 , 

39, 59, 68, 85, 93 
Zubic, Kell 143 




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BOBASHELA STAFF 

(front) Shannon Buckley, Heather Kittrell, Elizabeth Lutz, Mandi Wallis, Steffenie Tomlin, (middle) Andrea 
Green, Lindsey May, Sally Williams, Kate Pearce, Laura Lane, Mallory Tosch, Christine Cherry, (back) Cameron 
Portera, Lauren Dunagin, Lillian White. Rachel Spear, Robert Touchstone, Kendra Brown. 



EDITORIAL 

Editor Jenny Cherryhomes 

Assistant Editors Kate Pearce, 

Laura Lane 

SECTIONS 

Student Life Editor Beth West 

Student Life Assistants Cameron 

Portera, Christine Cherry 

People Editor Steffenie Tomlin 
People Assistant Mandi Wallis 

Sports Editor Sally Williams 
Sports Assistant Tracy Gillanders 

Greek Editor Lindsey May 

Greek Assistants Andrea Green, 

Kristi Joyner, Robert Touchstone, 

Lauren Dunagin, Rachel Spear 

Activities Editor Heather Shelton 
Activities Assistants Lillian White, 

Elizabeth Lutz, 

Kendra Brown 

Ad Editor Mallory Tosch 
Index Editor Lillian White 

PHOTO 

Photo Editors Heather Kittrell, 

Steffenie Tomlin, Rachel Baird 

Photographers Robert Freeman, 

Liza Santiago, Shannon Buckley, 

Drew Ford, Heather Kittrell 

Darkroom Staff Jessica Taruiac, 

Kelli Crossland 

Personnel Manager Laura Lane 
Finance Manager Rachel Spear 

PUBLICATIONS ASSISTANTS 

Blythe Junkin, David Kimweli 
CONTRIBUTING STAFF 

Mark Smith, Robika Modak, Lizzie 
Vincent 

Adviser Patsy Brumfield 

Director of Publications Stan 
Magee 




ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

Thanks to: Sandy Rhymes, Betty Hulsey, Patrick Cooper, 

Jennifer Casey, Don Fortenberry, Cindy Strine, Sister Sharon 

Glumb and Walter Turner for their cooperation and support; 

the Business Office for handling yearbook orders and billing; 

Steve Douglas of Graduate Supply House for his 

encouragement; Gwyneth Winston and Jennifer Hoover of 

Herff Jones for in-plant help; the Post Office staff for assisting 

with yearbook distribution; Cara Rasmussen for help with 

sports information; teachers and students for donating 

pictures for the book. 



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