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BOBASHELA 



MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

1701 north state street 

Jackson, ms 3 92 10 

601 .974.1000 

http://www.millsaps.eclu 



MILLSAPS-WILSON LIBRARY 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON, MS 39210-0001 



student life 4 

frisbee in the bowl... war coverage on TV for 

weeks.. .papers til 3 AM... caricatures and 

keychains at Major Madness... Affirmative 

Action Debate 

sports 28 

Baseball and Softball teams won 

SCAC.Matt O'Bryant named SCAC 

Defensive Player of the Year.. .Football team 

beat MC in the Backyard Brawl 

people 56 

Ann Long and Ned Jabour selected as Most 

Distinguished. ..Coach John Stroud 
retired... Voices and Visions welcomed 251 
freshmen. ..21 3 seniors graduated in May 

activities 88 

Up til Dawn raised over $25,000.. .Kenneth 
Townsend named Truman Scholar.. .Jane 

Goodall inspired environmental 
awareness. ..31 trees planted for Arbor Day 

greek 116 

Jeremy Litton and Kim Parker named Greek 

Man and Woman of the Year.. .Pi Kappa Alpha 

colonized a chapter.. .Alpha Phi Alpha and 

Phi Mu awarded Greek Week Most Spirited 




The pink azaleas, the professors 
who push us, the Christmas songs 

of the Bell Tower on December 

evenings, the smell of wisteria in the 

spring, the smiling faces on the way 

to class... the list could continue 

forever. All these things impact us 

in small ways we may not realize 

until we leave. 




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editor: courtney lyle 

assistants: sarah brooks, khyati gupta, 
kristen keating, lane 
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top right clockwise: ashley nichols, eugene lamberth, 
Joseph madison, kellie giorgio and 
adam lambert 



Homing 






DIARY of the DAY 

7a.m. Wake Up for annual 5K race 

9 a.m. Finally finish race... IdSt 

11 a.m. Shower 

Noon Ra/nyTallgating 

2 p.m. Kickoff VS. DePauw 

3 p.m. Ashley Weitlauf crowned 

Queen of the COUrt 

4 p.m. Head to EzgIIQ for a nap 

6 p.m. Dinner at Kelfer's 
9:05 p.m. Late for bus to North MS 

AllstarS concert at lUil and Mai's 
Midnight Took the party to frat row 

4 a.m. Crash- another incredible 

Homecoming completed; many 
more memories created. 




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WHAT'S :fouxK/ 
FAVORITE Homecoming 

MEMORY? 

"How many schools con 
you go to where you can 

tailgate and watch live 
action at the same time?" 

Emilee Broussard \ 



"It was so special to be able to 
represent the school and the 
Homecoming game. There 
were so many great girls on 
the court, and I feel honored 
to be chosen as queen." 

Ashley Weitlauf 




^EYWEITLAUFIS 
CONGRATULATED BY THE 
MAJOR AND PRESIDENT 
FRANCES LUCAS. 



"Tallgating Is always fun I 
Bo Roberts 




THE COURT 

MARY CATHERINE CREWS. Sophomore; LAURA HASTINGS. Senior; UINE HENDRICKS, 
Senior; ASHLEY WEITLAUF, Senior; LESLIE SMITH, Senior; SARAH BABIN, Senior; MIKAELA 
LEVY, Junior; ANNA MARSH: Freshman. 



student life homecoming 7 



WHAT'S :r€>UIB/ 
FRESHMEN ADVICE? 




"Get to know the 
cafeteria workers, They 
will give you more food." 







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ROOMMATES KYLlE 
KURTZ AND CHRISTINA 
SHARP SHOP FOR 
POSTERS TO DECORATE 
THEIR ROOM IN 
SANDERSON. 




Getting 



YOU KNOW YOU ARE A 
FRESHMAN WHEN... 

You only get one^i^SS intheo^Jc ... You 
get locked OUt of your dorm because you 
forgot your ID ... You Catry a map 

around campus... \oust.\\\ get (tVCSSCd 

Wp every day instead of wearing 
J>^J^1X1^ pants... You travel in a 

herd to the Fratern/ty houses... you 

realize the value of a quarter on 
l^vuicMi-y days. . . You \hmkrush 
is how you get to CtBSS on time... You 
expect ntuil in your mailbox ... You 
know the DOITIinO S number by heart .. . 
You spend more time down the hsU than 
inyourown roo m... You make prCluh 
phone calls instead of working on your I^JS 
lOOO or Heritage paper... 



Sarah Cowan, Laura Kuhn 






student life getting started 9 



Winning 




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PURPLE PRIDE AT ITS 
BEST... 

Waking Up at dawn to throw together a 
float for the parade... Painting your 
face purple and wHUc ... Sitting 
in the pouring tSin to olxc?^!* on your 
Majors... Raiding your roomate's 
closet for any thing ^ux^\e...Dri\ing 
to Indiana to see both the softball and 
baseball teams Wlu the SC:^A.€::^ 
championship... Stickers, hanners, 
tattoos, ChantSf pep rallies, and 
2>oixiZ>oi^^S--- Making goodie 
bags for away game roadtrips. . . Toppling 
5th ranked DePauw 71'GS... Playing in 
the pep band . . . Tailgating in the end 
zone...Def eating Mississippi 
College in the annual Salvation Army College 
I^ootto^ll Classic 16-14... 




MCCALL BRYANT, JUSTIN UNGLOIS, AIMEE BOUDREAUX 




BETH GILFOIL. UNIER GEE. JESSICA MALPASS 




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WHAT'S f OUIB' 
PURPLE PRIDE? 



1. LUCASTAUCHAR 



"GOOOO MAJORS!!! 

Is ttnere anything not to be 

proud of!?! I love 

IVIillsaps,,, it's fun, it's 

meaningful, and it's 

engaging!" 

Martha McNeese 



"I feel the most proud 
when I see all our student- 
athletes working as hard in 
the classroom as they do 

on the field or court." 

Kenneth Townsend 



"It's when Jillian Compton 

takes an awesome 3 point 

shot from an impossible 

distance and sinks it 

without breaking a sweat." 

Jessica Lester 



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student life purple pride 11 



WHAT'S ¥€>UXt/ 
STRESS RELIEVER? 




"I like to sit in ttie bowl and 

wait for someone to come 

and talk to me," 

Meghan Pigott 



""When I get stressed, I like 

to spend time with my 

girlfriend. She listens to my 

problem and tells me what 

I should do about it," 

Brent Guitreau 



"Reading and music." 
Matthew Luter 




KELLY MADDOX AND TREY PERRY 
STROLL ^EEN MU 
ANDTHUIRISTIANCENnR. 



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Chilling 







7a.m. TDe finitely still sleeping 

9 a.m. Hit snooze bar and 

decide to sldp language lab 

10 (uu. Cold shower in Galloway 

12 p.m. Grab some Kava and head to 
Dr. Palen's stats class in the lab 

1 p.m. Work on Accounting 
tutorials in Sullivan Harrell 

Z p.m. JMap in the howl 

3 p.m. Meeting at sorority house 

4 p.m. Catch up on some Botany 

reading in the library 

6 p.m. EARTH meeting in the caf 

8 p.m. Barnes and Noble's trip 
for a mocha frappuccino 

10 p.m. Get ready for a night 

out at J^eniaifs 

1 a.m. Join the party on Frat Row 

4 a.m. Decide to work on the IDS 
journals due for Dr. McElvaine 
at 10 a.m. 



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student life chilling out 13 



Major 



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Martha McNeese 








JAM PACKED 

Ol^^^V^Iislx... cotton candy... 
inflatable games... adrenaline 

rush... event staff... great 
weatfier.oar^^v^... picnic 
in the howl... paint your own 
frisbees... king edward subway 
band... ss^ovu-xty ... ja^ 
liles... digital caricatures. . 

relaxin' with friends... catching 
the buses. . . Stroke 9... i3iioto 

jammin' music small 

room 9... sno cones... hal 
and mal's... young alumni... 
se^omirit^^. . . wet slip n ' 
slide... prospective students... 




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WHAT'S GREAT 
ABOUT THE WEEKEND? 



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BESS WILSON AND ANN BURRUSS^ 
CLIMB THEIR WAY THROUGH THE 
INFLATABLE GAMES. 



"You say crawfish and I 

am there!!! The crawfish 

were awesome this 

year!!!" 

Delilah Whittington 



"I draw off of the 

enthusiasm that I 

experience when I am 

around everyone on this 

campus. I have more 

great times as I become 

greater involved on 

campus." 

Theon Johnson 

"IVIy favorite part was 
mal<ing my own frisbee." 

Laurence Mixson 



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WHAT'S ^FOUXK^ 

FAVORITE INTRAMURAL SPORT? 





"I'm no good, and I don't 
know why I play." 

Matt Marston 



"My favorite would be 

football. It requires more 

strategy and team work 

than the other sports. That 

helps level the playing 

field for us old faculty 

members. Heck, we even 

win once in a while." 

Kurt Thaw 



"Volleyball was my 

favorite sport to ref, but 

flag football was my 

favorite to play. " 

Adam Burdick 



JENNIFER HONICAN. LESLIE SMITH, JULIANNA WALLACE 
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Tp£HAC TREADMILLS ARE A 
^VORITE FITNESS MACHINE 
FOR KATY MORGAN NEELY 
AND HALEY ADAMS. 








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WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT 

Frantic emails begging for last minute 
^l^yo'i-s... the ISSt season 
for The Porn Stars?... dreaded games 
against the ferocious f3CUlty... 
half the hdttlc is making it to the 
HAC.the games that are cancelled 

and rescheduled at the most 

inconvenient times. . . the S-Mlnute 
Abs "VT.cl.^0 in preparation for Spring 
Break. . . **nO COIlfacf "flag football- 
are they serious?... cancellation of the 
Intramural Olympics... Haley 
Adams takes home pin^'POH^ gold 
. . . hoping that the other tCdtlt won't 
show... waking up when it is still dark 
outside to go do hilarious 80's 
workout videos... talking SltlSCk 
to the Opposing team and the 
of fioi^ls... taking OUe for 
the team... 





student life intramurals 17 



G I VING 




ShikhaGoel, Whitney Poole 





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hahitatfor humanity. . . Make-A-Wish. . . 

The Bethlehem Center... 

gleaners... Stewpot... Blait E. 

Batson Children's Hospital... 

Good Samaritan Center... 
Children's Miracle IXetnorli... 

American Cancer Society... Grace 

Hoif^e... chili bowX... operation 
Shoestring ...A meriC or ps... 
IS li ^ 3X1 pool^:... Mississippi 
Blood SeiTices. . .Big Brother/Big Sister. . . 
Jackson public schools... American 
Red Cross... PUSH ... poverty 
^ fighters... ciiareaif 

^ Ridgeland ...Um C ...UN\JED 

WAY. . . Delta Underground. . . angel 
tree ... tnadd... pack rat ... 




KATE JACOBSON, EMIIV STANFIELD 




DAVID PAPALE. DARIA KDVALYDVA. CHRISTOPHER HARRIS 




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WHAT i%g A -g^-ggai 
Volunteering Worthwhile? 



"It connects a person to 

what life is really about... 

the more we give, the 

richer life becomes." 

Amy Loy 



"Just knowing that even 
for a few minutes or a 

day I've touched 
someone's life and in 
return been reminded 
how fortunate I am." 



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Jason Hatt 



"Volunteering has always 

been about the people. 

. You learn so much by 

working with others 

for others." 




student life community service 19 



Major 






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^l/l?i Ix^st . . . movies in the howl. . . 

openmic... miiieiayiuiin... night 
of millsaps comedy... cosmic 

b OWlin^ . . . lt>on£m^i^Z£m^ Ixi tlx^ 

i>o-v»i... foreign film series... 
A a la O k e ... s e n n l o r fi 

hiifiebiiu... michdiel dean ester... 

roommate game. . . chess tournament. . . 
^^^Id^o d^noe^ i3^i"t:y... 
micliiiel anthony... gran torino... 
north ms allstars... jump little 
children... fridag forum... 
dezeray's hammer., bandits 
hoekeg. . . assassin same. . .STJtull 
room 9... debut of the dating 

game... fridays in the bowl... 
havahouseparty. . . -tviixtd- 

f 01*1x1^1... nite at Ihe races... 

back to school party... 

southern circuit series... math 
cluh crawfish hoil... fuculty 
readingfi. . . carta hall. . . f ooseball. . . 




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WHAT'S YOUR 
FAVORITE EVENT? 



"My favorite event would 

be a tie between karaoke 

(cause you can bust a 

move) and the dating 

game cause it is a cute \ 

idea." 

Ashley Logan 



"Homecoming concert 

was the best because i 

got to meet the members 

of the band!" 

Betsy Powell 



"Having North IVlississippi 
Allstars play our 
Homecoming." 

Jared Lorlo 



AMY JONES. LAUREN MICHAUD 






student life entertainment 21 



Taking 




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Justin Hupp, Joseph Cavalier, 
Daniel Ingram 



^•^sc?i*"%^oli*... harnes and 

nohle... branson... capital 
museum... moe's... yucatan... 
bop's... olxll^"... the cahot... 
dentin... costa rica... walmart... 
grand canyon... ixism^pcmi 
^r^s... cups... norihparh... 
mcalister's... summer 

Ch.QiL6Tig6... white water rafting... 

Washington semester . . the 
dock... Spain... bonsai... 

Cherokee... potomac river... 

V e n i c e ... s c o 1 1 a n d ... 

el ranchero... george street... 

england... nagoya... museum 
4 of art ...mvmphis. .belhaven 
market... hal and inaVs... 




MEGAN SHAW, MEGAN PARKS, ALLISON WILLIAMS, ELEANORE 
KELLY, JESSICA LESTER, CHRISTINE CHERRY 




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AFTER MANY LONG HOURS OF DRIVING AND 
HIKING, WHITNEY POOL, JENNIFER PARADISE, 
STAGEY DOUGLAS, AND BEN TILLMAN FINALLY 
REACH THEIR SPRING BREAK DESTINATION - 
THE GRAND CANYON. 



WHAT'S :V^OUXB/ 

OFF G\MPUS MEMORY? 



"Meeting Tracy Byrd in 
Branson was a lot of fun. I 
had seen Inim in Jackson 

before, so it was cool to 
get to meet him." 

Molly Allen 



"I think everyone should 

study abroad if given the 

opportunity. Not only did I 

live in Spain for a semester, 

but I got to see so much of 

the world. " 




student life off campus 23 



Enjoying 




Shatondra Bailey 



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THIS YEAR'S SPECIALS 

family y^eekend 

September Z7-Z8 

Multi-Cultural Festival 

November 18-22 

Advent Service 

December 3 

College Awards Dinner 

February 20 
Spring into Wellness Fair 




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Job Fair 

SEA Carnival 

Jane Goodall . . 



March 19 
April 5 

April 8 




LOUISE CHANDLER, CHRISTI LANGONI 



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Earth Fest 



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JESSICA GILLOM HELPS TO PRESEn1F| *^ 
THE THEME OF THE MULTICULTURAL 

>TIVAL - MANY VOICES, MAfilY FACI 

■EWORLD. 




WHAT'S ^FOUXK' 
SPECIAL MEMORY? 



"Getting the chance to 

hang out with the kids was 

fun, even though they 

definitely won the water 

fight." 

Tim Parsons 



"Siiding down a 40 foot strip 

of piastic sheet covered 

with peanut oii and 

watermelon guts is 

definitely the most effective 
form of stress relief," 

Kevin Best 





student life special events 25 




Life Album 



My FAVORITE things... 
Erika Cruz 

Book- On the Road by Jack Kerouac 
CD - The Steve Miller Band: Greatest Hits of 
1974-78 

Professor - Dr. George Bey 
Class - Intro to Prehistory 
Meal in the Caf - Veggie Wraps 
Place to go in Jackson - the Res 



J.T. Newman 

Book- Anything by Mark Twain 
CD- Ingram Mill: Until Now 
Professor - Dr. McKeown 
Class - Fantastic in Film and Literature 
Meal in the Caf - Fried Chicken and 

Pizza 
Place to go in Jackson - Subway 

Alexa Golliher 

Book- The Sun Also Rises 

CD- Frank Sinatra: The Golden Years -f, 

Professor - Dr. Anne MacMaster 
Class - Heritage 

Meal in the Caf - Pasta with Marinara 
Place to go in Jackson - the Overlook 
at the Res 

Hamilton Blanton 

Book- Catcher in the Rye 

CD- Ben Folds Five 

Professor - Iren Omo-Bare 

Class - International Monetary Systems 

Meal in the Caf - Chicken Parmesan 

Place to go in Jackson - Circle J 





Claire Stanford, Anna Kathivn Hill, Caroline Bush, Lauren Lippincott, Liz Blanche 



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Mia Cowgill, Robbie Greenwood 



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Matt Yglesias sprints 
through third base during 
the fourth inning against 
Wesleyan. 




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editor: sarah davis 

assistants: lauren lippincott, natacha 
touchette 

top right clockwise: brent guitreau, football offense, 
erin gourlay, mandy mcgehee 



Highlights 



Ashley Weber, freshman 

"Mandy inspires me to be the 
best player I can. She Is there 
for me as a friend when I need 
her, but not afraid to be a very 
serious coach." 





Katie Brown, sophomore 

"Mandy is amazing. She 
defends us to coach, 
participates with us in grueling 
conditioning, and supports 
us. She IS our salvation." 



Natalie Pilato, senior 

"One of my favorite memories 
was watching Coach Cos toss 
a couple of chairs across the 
gym floor after losing a match 
versus Belhaven." 




Jill Adams, senior 

"At our trip to Sea World my 
sophomore year, the team 
was able to see Coach Cos 
saturated with water as he 
was selected to be Shamu's 
'helper'." 



Margaret Dykes, junior 

"The coaching staff has a huge 
impact on the team. Our 
whackiness, fun-loving spirit 
and our stubbornness combines 
with the coaches to form a 
great group of girls that work 
together well. 




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'Helo set to blo^ in 
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Coach Peter Cosmiano and Assistant Coach Mandy 'I'oung 






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VolleybaH. (front) Margaret Dykes, Kim Finnell, Liz Blanche, Mo Kanipmar, Britney Mauldin, Crystal Helo, Jennifer Pujol, 
(back) Jen Wester, Ashley Weber, Erin Dehon, Natalie Pilato, Jill Adams, Katie Brown. 







Liz Blanche, Jen Wester, Jennifer Pujoi 





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Junior Margaret Dykes was named to the Verizon 
Academic All-District Volleyball Team, 
selected as an honorable mention player for 
the All-South Region Division III volleyball 
team, named to the All-SCAC first team, led 
the conference with 499 kills and received 
two Player of the Week honors. 

Senior Jill Adams was named to the All-SCAC 
third team. 

Coacli Peter Cosmiano had his 100th win and 
became the school's all time winningest 
volleyball coach. 

Final Ranking. The team ended its season with a 
fourth place overall conference standing. 





3-2 


Martin Methodist 


0-3 


Trevecca Nazarene 


3-0 


Mississippi College 


3-1 


West Alabama 


3-0 


Oglethorpe 


3-0 


Huntington 


3-1 


Bethaven 


3-1 


Dillard 


3-0 


Hendnx 


3-2 


Rhodes 


0-3 


Trinity 


1-3 


Southwestern 


3-1 


Mississippi College 


3-0 


Austin College 


0-3 


Depauw 


3-0 


Sewanee 


3-0 


Rose-Hulman 


3-2 


Center 


3-0 


Oglethorpe 


3-0 


Sewanee 


3-0 


Dillard 


1-3 


Southern Baptist 


2-3 


Loyola 


2-3 


Mississippi College 


3-0 


Hendricks 


3-0 


Rhodes 


1-3 


Southwestern 


0-3 


Trinity 


3-0 


Belhaven 


3-2 


Loyola 


0-3 


Depauw 


3-0 


Rose-Hulman 


3-0 


Oglethorpe 


3-0 


Centre 


3-0 


Sewanee 


25 


wins • 10 losses 



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Defensiv 





nal score 


16-14 


Mississippi College 


6-30 


U of Wisconsin, Stout 


56-12 


Univ. of South Alabama 


34-21 


Maryville College 


14-7 


Centre College 


28-25 


Rose-Hulman IT 


7-28 


DePauw University 


7-17 


Sewanee 


24-28 


Rhodes College 


6-38 


Trinity University 


4 


wins • 6 losses 



SCAC Honors. First team All SCAC- Matt O'Bryant, 
Jed Mooney, Brent LeJeune; Second team 
SCAC- Reggie Young, Jahreese Jones. 

Outstanding Defense. SCAC Defensive Player of 
the Year Matt O'Bryant helped lead the 
defense to second place overall in the 
conference for rushing defense and total 
defense. 

Rushing, Brent LeJeune was the SCAC's second 
leading rusher with 761 yards and finished 
with 2,097 career yards. 

Record Breal(ers. Both Jed Mooney and Matt 
O'Bryant broke the single-season conference 
mark on tackles for loss with 27 and 26 
respectively. 



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MILLSAPS-WILSON LIBRARY 

MILLSAPS COLLEGE 

JACKSON. MS 39210-0001 



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Kicking 



the final score 


3-1 


Univ. of the Ozarks 


1-5 


Emory University 


1-1 


Huntingdon College 


3-2 


LeTourneau College 


3-0 


Louisiana College 


1-3 


Sewanee 


0-6 


Centre College 


4-0 


LeGrange College 


2-1 


University of Dallas 


1-1 


Rose-Hulman 


0-2 


DePauw University 


1-3 


Belhaven College 


2-0 


Mississippi College 


0-1 


Oglethorpe University 


1-2 


Southwestern Univ. 


0-6 


Trinity University 


1-1 


Rhodes College 


2-0 


Hendrix college 


7 wins • 8 losses • 3 ties 



Forward 



Ned Welles was named to the All-SCAC second team. 

He played in 15 games for 706 total minutes on 

the field. 
Adam Barnes was selected for All-SCAC third team. 

He played in all 18 games for a total of 948 

minutes. 
Stat Leaders. Adam Barnes and Bradford Sutherlin 

led the team in goals with 5 each and in points 

with 12 and 11 respectively and were followed 

by Brent Blackburn with 4 goals and 10 points. 
Tri-Captains. Daniel Culpepper, Ned Welles and 

Rimmer Covington shared Team Captain duties. 
Seniors: Andrew Chalona, Ricky Stearnes, Bradford 

Sutherlin, and Daniel Culpepper. 
Road Trips. The team traveled to Memphis,TN, 

Longview,TX,Terre Haute, IN, Greencastle, IN, 

Atlanta, GA, and Conway, AR. 



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furilor Adam Barnes 
had 5 goals and 12 
points this season. 



Statistics 




Trey McClain, midfielder 

HOMETOWN: Olive Biancli. MS 
GAMES PLAYED: 18 
GOALS: 1 
POINTS: 2 



Bradford Sutherlin, forward 

HOMETOWN: New Orleans. LA 
GAMES PLAYED: 18 
GOALS: 5 
ASSISTS: 1 
POINTS: 11 





Derek Anderson, keeper 

HOMETOWN: Slidell. LA 
GAMES PLAYED: 14 
GOAL AVERAGE: 24 
SAVES: 61 



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MEN'S SOCCER, (front} Paul Pyrser, Joseph Weliby, Jolin Kucven. Richard Largilliere, Franklin Childress. Trey McClain. Stuart Schmidt, 
(mMIe) Leif Mylroie. Brent Blackburn. Andrew Chalona. Brett Bennett, Chris Matthews, Adam Barnes. Ned Welles. Trey Kelley. Cback; Assistant 
Coach Lee Johnson. Brent Guitreau. Thomas Rinaldi. Michael Sawyer. Derek Anderson. Bradford Sutherlm. Vince Mazzone. Daniel Culpepper. 
Rimmer Covington. Ricky Stearnes, Head Coach Paul Van Hooydonk. 



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Setting 





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^inal score 1 


0-21 


Christian Brothers 


0-9 


Harding University 


2-4 


LeTourneau University 


5-1 


Louisiana College 


0-3 


vlississippi College 


0-7 


Sewanee 


2-4 


Centre College 


4-1 


LeGrange College 


0-3 


Rose-Hulman IT 


0-6 


DePauw University 


1-3 


Oglethorpe University 


2-3 


Huntingdon College 


0-3 


Southwestern University 


0-10 


Trinity University 


0-2 


Belhaven College 


1-4 


Loyola University 


0-4 


Rhodes College 


4-6 


Hendrix College 


2 w 


ifins • 16 losses 



Laura Hillgartner was the only Senior on the 
team. "I have gained so much from my 
soccer experience. The girls are great, and it 
has been so wonderful to see a group that 
truly knows what it means to be a team." 

Road Trips. The team traveled to Memphis, TN, 
Longview,TX,Terre Haute, IN, Greencastle, IN, 
Conway, AR, New Orleans, LA, Atlanta, GA. 

Total Improvements. The Lady Majors had 21 
scores, almost three times its 8 scores from 
last season. 

Game Day Foods. "We ate healthy foods like 
doughnuts and bananas." 

-Melissa Anne Walker 



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Deanna Caston 
led the team 
with 8 points 
and 4 goals. 



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Gina Smith, midfielder 

HOMETOWN: Shreveport. LA 
GAMES PLAYED: 15 
GOALS: 2 
ASSISTS: 1 



Jessie Tracy, midfielder 

HOMETOWN: Hendersonville, TN 
GAMES PLAYED: 17 
GOALS: 3 
ASSISTS: 1 
POINTS: 3 





Melissa Anne Wall<er, 

FORWARD. KEEPER 

HOMETOWN: Jackson. MS 
GAMES PUNYED: 15 
GOALS: 6 
ASSISTS: 3 
SAVES: 86 



Claire Panter, forward 

HOMETOWN: Pascagoula, MS 
GAMES PLAYED: 15 
GOALS: 4 
ASSISTS: 2 





Kelly Maddox, forward. 

MIDFIELDER 

HOMETOWN: Paducah. KY 
GAMES PLAYED: 17 
GOALS: 2 
POINTS: 2 




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Laura Hillgartner, Laura Krueger, Emily Carlson. Deanna Caston, Jessie Tracy, Gina Smith, Head Coach Diane Rulewitz. 



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MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY, (tml) Corrinne Porr, Jessica Browr. Nora Oliver, Carly Dessauer, Mikaela Levy, (back) Ryan Day, J.T, Newman, 
Becky McDole, Claire Kurtts, Coach Enc Navarre. 

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Cross Country 




women 


8th 
2nd 
2nd 
6th 


USM Invitational 
Delta State Invitational 
MC Invitational 
SCAC Tournament 




Golf 




men 


2nd 
19th 
16th 

7th 


Louisiana College 
Golden Isles 
Emory Spring 
SCAC Tournament 




women 


5th 


SCAC Tournament 



Distance 



Major Improvements. Women's Cross Country moved 
up to 6th place in the SCAC tournament, its 
highest finish in the past four years. 

Setting Records. Jessica Brown and IVIikaela Levy 
beat the fastest time from previous tournament 
teams. Corrinne Porr and Carley Dessauer moved 
up into the top five finishing times. 

Jessica Brown had the highest team finish at all four 
meets including 3rd and 4th place finishes at 
the USM and MC meets, respectively. 

Women's Golf. Elizabeth Powell, Emily Powers, 
Marisa Parker, and Corrine Porr competed in the 
SCAC Tournament. 

Charlie Spence was named to the Men's Golf All- 
SCAC Second Team. 



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Is it a 

Sport? 



Kim Parker, senior 

"It's a sport because you are 
part of a team and it involves 
everyone working together and 
we definitely encorporate 
athletic talents through stunts 
and jumps." 




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Anny Guthrie, freshman 

"Cheerleading requires 
immense athletic ability and 
tremendous dedication which 
are two defining 
necessities that accompany 
any sport." 



Sarah Cowan, freshman 

"Cheerleading isn't a sport. It 
was invented for the sheer 
purpose of supporting athletes 
in other sports. Cheerleaders 
do have to be extremely 
athletic ... with the exception of 
me, of course." 





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Dionne Jacltson, senior 

"I think that cheerleading is a 
sport because we work hard 
so the fans don't have to." 



Robin Rockco, junior 

"Cheerleading is a sport 
because it requires a group of 
people coming together to 
accomplish one goal. It 
requires team work, 
practice, and dedication." 






CHEERLEADERS, (front) Heather Wilson, Elizabeth Hargrove, Karen Sporl. imiddlel Amy McCoy. Christi Walden, Amandj 
Epperson, Kim Parker, (back) Anny Guthrie. Dionne Jackson, Robin Rockco, Sarah Cowan, Sance Robinson. 





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Leading 





Camp. Squad returned from summer a week early 

to prepare for the season with a visiting UCA 

instructor. 
Captain Dionne Jackson led the squad with her 

four years of experience. 
Athletes. Anny Guthrie and Robin Rockco were 2- 

sport athletes, playing softball as well. 
Pep Rally. The squad planned the Pep Rally prior 

to the MC game and showcased their talent. 
Football squad. The seven member squad 

cheered at every home game and traveled to 

Memphis for the game against Rhodes. 
Basketball Squad. A total of 12 members took 

center court for routines with the pep band 

and dance team. 



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Luci Philumalee, Jana Santoro, Deidra Thompson 



Break 



Dancing Dozen. 12 members on the squad. 

Leadership. Christi Langoni and Katherine Burch served as team 

captains. 
Summer Practice. The team attended the Universal Dance Association 

camp in Hammond, LA, and returned to school one week early for 

training. 
Weekly workout. Yoga with Dr. Carolee Larsen every Friday in the HAC 

and dance practice four days a week. 
Social Outing. Beginning of the year dinner at Old Venice. 
Service Project. The team helped new students move in to their dorms 

during Welcome Weekend. 
Dance Music. A variety of tunes were used for dances including hip-hop 

lyrical, pom, and band music. CDs came from UDA. 
Entertaining the crowd at home football and basketball games. 
Extra Performances. The team helped to pump up crowd spirit at pep 

rallys and the parade before the MC game. 






Performance 





Jessica Ordoyne 

"1 think my favorite song that 
we did was the Michael 
Jackson medley. The beat 
was really fast and upbeat, as 
was the dance, and it always 
got the crowd pumped." 


Deidra Thompson 

"My favorite song was 
■Elevation' because as the 
song progressed in beat and 
tempo. It 'elevated' my spirit 
and dance performance, 
encouraging me to reach 
higher and burst with energy!" 


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Bess Wilson 

"The pom routine was my 
favorite dance because it was 
fast, and the crowd responded 
well. We really do depend on 
the audience, and it helps 
when we can see that they are 
enjoying it." 



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Langoni make a M 
Impression with th 
dance moves. 




MAJOR IMPRESSIONS. {\iom) Christi Langoni. Katlienne Burch (mM\s) Jana Santoro. Becca Walters. Jessica Ordoyne. Dana Rovalyova. 
Deidra Thompson, {back) Sarah Gardner-Cox, Lindsey Gaskin. Luci Philumalee. Bess Wilson, Gina Colon. 



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Victories 



Martha McDaniel 

"It wasn't a victory but almost 
beating Trinity on Valentine's 
was great. They ended up 
winning the Division Three 
Championship. We were only 
down by six with a minute to 
play. That was really exciting." 






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Sheena Gardner 

"Huntingdon college. It was 
our first road win in years. 



Becky McDole 

"I think our most exciting 
victory was at Huntington, 
because it was the first road 
game that we had won in a 
long time. We got to eat 
steak after the game!!" 






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KeJsey McKnight 
dribbles past the 
Sewanee defender. 






WOMEN'S BASKETBALL, (front; Jennifer Puiol. Becky McDole, Juliana Wallace, Asst. Coach Jennifer Hamm, Head Coacti Robin Jeffries. Asfiley Kmgsafer. Cnristme 
Parsons. Kelsey IvIcKnight. (back) Jillian Compton. Sheena Gardner, Sara Greer, liflelanie McDonald. KatyeTubb, Marttia McDaniel. 

Driving 




Sophomore Jillian Compton was named SCAC Player 
of theWeek,AII-SCAC Honorable Mention, and 
ranked third in the conference for three point 
shots made and total scoring with 383 points. 

Sophomores Juliana Wallace and Becky IVIcDole were 
among the Top 10 Rebounders in the conference 
with 187 and 156, respectively. 

High Scorers. Martha McDaniel had the team's 
season high of 26 points versus Oglethorpe, and 
Jillian Compton was close behind with 25 against 
Sewanee. 



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47-69 


Louisiana College 




62-54Rust College 


54-58 


Huntington College 


69«1 


Loyola University 


81-45 


Judson College 


66-59 


Texas Wesleyan 


83€4 


Dallas 


62-56 


Loyola University 


89-71 


Oglettiorpe University 


3&74 


Trinity University 


47-63 


Souttiwestem Univ. 


5S58 


University of Dallas 


57^0 


Sewanee 


59-69 


Centre College 


37-67 


Hendnx College 


51-71 


Rtiodes College 


60-54 


Rose-Hulman 


4562 


Depauw University 


62^ 


Huntington College 


74-79 


Oglettiorpe University 


54«9 


Trinity University 


43-54 


Southwestern Univ. 


66-75 


Sewanee 


49-75 


Centre College 


11 


wins • 13 losses 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL, (front) Cloyd Garth, Dale Almond, Juslin LeBlanc. Scott Colom, Tyler Warren, Carr Van Brocklin, Brad Greenhaw, Cody Harrison, (back) Assistant 
Coach Tim Wise, Lamonte Purvis, T. Francis, Brandon Cotton, Andrew Willrich, Morgan Walvoord, Thomas Adams, McKenzie Lash, Head Coach John Stroud. 

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the final score 


49-77 


Louisiana Tecti 


98-77 


Rinodes College 


68-57 


Huntington College 


77-65 


Rust College 


89-76 


Crichton 


86-71 


Maryville 


74-78 


Dallas 


77-58 


Webster 


76-77 


Rust College 


85-74 


Oglettiorpe University 


69-76 


Trinity University 


68-86 


Southwestern Univ. 


72-59 


University of Dallas 


68-63 


Sewanee 


88-66 


Centre College 


58-67 


Hendnx College 


91-78 


Rhodes College 


71-48 


Rose-Hulman 


65-71 


Depauw University 


86-71 


Huntington College 


75-60 


Oglethorpe University 


60-51 


Trinity University 


79-84 


Southwestern Univ 


69-73 


Sewanee 


73-90 


Centre College 


SCAC Tournament | 


78-82 


Rhodes College 


15 


wins • 11 losses 



Conference Leaders. The team led the conference in 

field goal percentage and steals. 
Thomas Adams led the conference in scoring with 

490 points and was second in rebounds with 

234. He received two Player-of-the-Week honors 

and was selected for the d3hoops.com All-South 

Region Second Team. 
McKenzie Lash led the conference with 46 total 

steals. He was honored as Player-of-the-Week. 
Cloyd "Junior" Garth was the conference assists 

leader with 116. 
Dale Almond led the team with 53 three-point field 

goals for 159 points. 
Conference Team Selections. Thomas Adams was 

named to theAII-SCAC First Team while 

McKenzie Lash made the Second Team. 



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Tammy Ladner 



"Winning the Championship 
game felt wonderful! It was 
definitely more intense than 
expected. We really have had 
a great year with a great 
team." 




FASTPITCH SOFTBALL, (front) Callie Sasser, Jen Drew, Brittany Ladner, Anny Guthrie, Juliana Wallace, Christina Sharp, Tammy Ladner. (back) 
Danielle Cross, Mandy McGehee, Helen Lorlng. Robin Rockco, Emilee Broussard, Barbara Balla, Naffie Mooney. Kylie Kurtz. 



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SCAC Champions. The Majors won their first title with 
an 8-0 victory over Sewanee. Jen Drew hit a grand 
slam in the first meeting with Sewanee. All- 
Tournament Team: Christina Sharp, Robin Rockco, 
Barbara Balla, Naffie Mooney, Danielle Cross, and 
Tammy Ladner. 

SCAC Top Three Home Run Hitters. Robin Rockco, 11; 
Barbara Balla, 7; Naffie Mooney,4. 

SCAC Top Awards. Barbara Balla, Player-of-the-Year. 
Coach Joe Kinsella, Coach-of-the-Year. 

Aii-SCAC Selections. First Team: Barbara Balla, Naffie 
Mooney, Brittany Ladner, Tammy Ladner, Robin 
Rockco, Christina Sharp, and Danielle Cross. Jen 
Drew, honorable mention. 

NCAA Tournament. The Majors received their first bid 
and ended the season with a third place finish at 
the Division III Regional, including the first-ever 
postseason win by the SCAC. All-Tournament Team: 
Robin Rockco, Tammy Ladner. 



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1-2 


Belhdven College 


5-3 


Belhaven College 


7-1 


Huntington College 


82 


Huntington College 


9-4 


William Carey College 


0-1 


Christian Brothers 


5-3 


Christian Brothers 


4-3 


Christian Brothers 


8-4 


Christian Brothers 


0-11 


Arkansas-Mont icello 


2-11 


Arkansas-Monticello 


18-1 


Stillman College 


14-0 


Stillman College 


10-5 


Hendrix College 


8-0 


Hendrix College 


10-7 


Hendnx College 


8-3 


Hendrix College 


8-6 


Rhodes College 


14-1 


Rhodes College 


1-0 


Rhodes College 


10-3 


Rhodes College 


3-0 


William Carey College 


7-3 


William Carey College 


0-7 


Mississippi College 


4-0 


Trinity University 


4-9 


Trinity University 


91 


Trinity University 


6-2 


Trinity University 


3-1 


Belhaven College 


3-5 


Belhaven College 


SCAC Tournament | 


4-1 


Centre College 


8-0 


Trinity University 


1-3 


Trinity University 


8-0 


Trinity University 


NCAA Regional | 


5-7 


Emory and Henry 


7-2 


Mount St. Joseph 


4-0 


Emory and Henry 


5-10 


Methodist College 


28 wins • 10 losses 



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6-8 


Oglethorpe 


13-3 


Sewanee 


4-1 


Belhaven College 


4-3 


Mississippi College 


10-14 


Southwestern 


7-4 


Southwestern 


8-11 


Southwestern 


3-0 


Crichton 


8-1 


Crichton 


2-1 


Hendrix College 


8-2 


Hendrix College 


3-1 


Hendnx College 


4-6 


Belhaven College 


5-6 


N.C. Wesleyan 


8-0 


McKendree 


3-11 


Montclair State 


7-1 


Trinity University 


6-7 


Trinity University 


16-5 


Illinois Wesleyan 


6-5 


Illinois Wesleyan 


4-2 


Rhodes College 


7-6 


Rhodes College 


3-2 


Rhodes College 


7-6 


Crichton 


13-14 


Crichton 


3-4 


Mississippi College 


8-17 


LeGrange 


5-1 


LeGrange 


16-3 


Hendrix College 


13-1 


Hendrix College 


5-8 


Belhaven College 


5-4 


Southwestern 


11-9 


Southwestern 


4-3 


Trinity University 


6-8 


Trinity University 


3-6 


Trinity University 


315 


Mississippi College 


SCAC Tournament | 


10-2 


Sewanee 


2-1 


DePauw 


10-5 


Southwestern 


4-11 


Southwestern 


11-8 


Southwestern 


NCAA Tournament | 


4-2 


Carthage 


12-13 


Wartburg 


310 


Mississippi College 


27 


wins • 17 losses 



SCAC Champions. After defeating Southwestern in 
dramatic fashion 11-8 in 10 innings, the team 
won the SCAC championship. SCACAII- 
ToumamentTeam: Bo Roberts, K.K.AIdridge, 
IVlattYglesias, Stuart Phillips, and Chat Lenhart. 

SCAC Top Awards. MattYglesias, Player-of-the-Year. 
Doug Garner, Pitcher-of-the-Year. Coach Jim 
Page, Coach-of-the-Year, 5th year. 

AII-SCACTeam Selections. A league high of seven 
Majors selected: MattYglesias and K.K.AIdridge 
made the team for their fourth year and Chat 
Lenhart for his third; Doug Gamer, Bo Roberts, 
Scott Staines and Stuart Phillips also selected. 

NCAA Tournament. The Majors played in the Central 
Regional toumament at Mississippi College and 
finished 5th. 




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the returning players will 
continue what we have started 
and make Millsaps a dominant 
force in Division III." 



Matt Renna 

"All of our hard work and 
dedication finally came 
through. After losing the 
tournament the past two 
years, it was extremely special 
to win with a group of guys 
this diverse." 




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BASEBALL, (trout) Travis Scharr. Brad Mizerany. Matt Reniia, Dustane Reed, Clifl Wilson, Bo Roberts, K.K. Aldndge, Scott Staines, David 
Papale, Randall Vaughan, (middle) Garner Wetzel, Drew Varnado, Stuart Phillips, Prentiss Lawson, Cliff Kennedy, Matt Yglesias, Chris Corkern, 
tee Watts, Ryan Skertich, Will Selman, Derek Beaushaw, Rob Ellmg, (back) Head Coach Jim Page, Assistant Coach Jeff Mitchell, Brandon 
Morris, Barry Kidder, Chat Lenhart, Joe Thrash, Todd Kindler, Doug Garner, Stephen Kirkpatrick, Tal Hendnx, John fox, Ben Wilson, Assistant 
Coach Brandon Page, Assistant Coach Cody McCain. 



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51 



Memories 



Thomas Brezina 

"We mooned people in 


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the most about tennis this 


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"The past four years have 


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work, social life, and tennis 




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WOMEN'S TENNIS. Erin Gourlay. Katie Anderson, (not pictured) Katy Benvenutti, Daisy 
Hamburg, Brooke Evans, Jenny Jasso. Jana Tnskova 



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SCAC Honors. David Yeh and Matthew Chow 
named SCAC All-Conference Honorable 
Mention. 

Singles Play. David Yeh finished the season with 
a record of 12 wins and 2 losses in 
individual play and Matthew Chow had a 
record of 8 wins and 6 losses. 

Doubles Play. David Yeh and Matthew Chow won 
6 and lost only 4. 

Women's Tennis. Senior Daisy Hamburg served 
as the captain for the women's team and 
had a winning record of 6 wins and 4 losses. 



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men 


7-0 


Stillman College 


3-4 


Dillard University 


2-5 


Mississippi College 


4-3 


Lyons College 


1-4 


Hendnx College 


1-6 


Mississippi College 


2-5 


Belhaven College 


3-4 


Centre College 


1-6 


Rhodes College 


3-4 


SCAD 


4-3 


University of the Ozarks 


0-7 


Spring Hill College 


2-7 


Belhaven College 


SCAC Tournament | 


2-4 


Centre College 


4-2 


Oglethorpe 


4 


wins • 11 losses 




women 


9-0 


stillman College 


4-5 


Dillard University 


0-9 


Mississippi College 


4-5 


Lyons College 


2-5 


Hendnx College 


0-9 


Mississippi College 


3-6 


Belhaven College 


0-9 


Centre College 


0-9 


Rhodes College 


0-9 


SCAD 


2-5 


University of the Ozarks 


0-9 


Spring Hill College 


8-1 


Univ. of Texas at Dallas 


6-3 


Belhaven College 


SCAC Tournament | 


0-5 


Rose-Hulnian 


3-6 


Oglethorpe 


3 


wins • 13 losses 



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Sports Album 

THOUGHTS 
& MEMORIES... 






Randall Vaughan: 

It was a real honor to win the 
conference title, and it goes to 
show where hard work and 
dedication can get you. 



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Barbara Balla: 

I have learned through college 
sports and juggling classes and 
work that if you want something 
bad enough, you will find a way 
to accomplish it, no matter the 
personal sacrifice. 



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RaShaad Primm: 

Our most exciting victory was 
when we beat Trinity University 
during senior weekend. Trinity 
was ranked 5th in the Southern 
region at that time and number 
one in conference. Everybody 
predicted us to lose but we 
shocked everyone. 



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editor: deranda brewer 

assistants: sarah brooks, katie henke 

top right clockwise: John michael zender and dustane 
reed, christi walden and renae davis, 
Janice Jordan, lindseygreer 





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Dr. Frances Lucas 

President of the College 




Activities: 

Discussed retention of students, occupancy of 
residence halls, campus master planning, and fund 
raising 

Held a retreat at the Gray Conference Center 

Not pictured: 

Dr. John Pilgrim - Vice President of Administration 




Mr. Ron Jurney 

Athletic Director 




Dr. George Bey 

Associate Dean of Sciences & Anthropology 




Ms. Louise Burney 

Assist, vice Pres. for Business Affairs and Controller 



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Ms. Martha Boshers Dr. Randy Boxx 

Assist. Vice President of Institutional Advancement Dean of Else School of Management 




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Dr. David Davis 

Associate Dean of Arts and Letters 





Ms. Ann Hendrick 

Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid 




Mr. Charles Lewis 

/ice President for Institutional Advancement 



Dean Todd Rose 

Vice President and Dean of Students 



Dr. Richard Smith 

Vice President and Dean of the College 



people cabinet 59 




ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE. Patti Wade, Esther Baugh, 
Barbara Young, Nancy McKay. 




COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE, {front) Jon Peede, Nicole 
Bradshaw, Courtney Lange, Shelly Bass, {back) John Webb, 
Lewis Lowe. 




OFFICE OF ADULT LEARNING. Wanda Manor, Janet 
Langley, Nola Gibson. 



ADMISSIONS, (front) Rebecca 
Egolf, Betsy Perkins, Karen 
Cadiere, Mickey Quinlan, (mkidle) 
Shane White, Angela Armstrong, 
Connie Trigg, Crystal Berry, {back) 
Lindsey Blackstock, Anne Dreher, 
Sarah Katherine McNeil, Ann 
Hendrick. 



STUDENT AFFAIRS, {front) 
Betty Hulsey, Janis Booth, Molly 
McCarthy, Vickey McDonald, 
Cindy Strine, {2nd row) Brandon 
Guidry, Janet Langley, Lola Perez, 
Don Fortenberry, Mike Collins, 
{3rd row) Raigan Miskelly, Martha 
Lee, Sonny Lemmons, Sherryl 
Wilburn, Jennifer Casey, {back) 
Todd Rose, Erica James, Wayne 
Miller, Martha Johnston. 



FINANCIAL AID. {front) Cheri 
Gober, {back) Wendy Hutchins, 
Patrick James, Isabelle Patterson. 




TONYA MCDOUGAL, MS DENISE GONSALVES, ERICA GEARING 



COWBOY SKINNER 







RA'S. (.front) Liza Santiago, 
Samantlia King, Lauren Everett, 
Natalie McSvvain, Jen Cornett, 
Daniel Walker, {2nd mw) Lindsey 
Gaskin, Kenny Townsend, Tim 
Parsons, Erin Whitaker, Mike 
Padilla, {3i'Li row) Erin Gourlay, 
Jared Eastlack, Mary Catherine 
Whitley, Mariana Evans, Angela 
Thurmond, (4th row) Jessica 
Ordoyne, Amy Sellers, Natalie 
Smith, Shannon Buckley, Ricara 
Kimbel, Uituk) Jennifer Casey, 
Patrick Black, Nicole Christopher, 
Billy Dubuisson, Jim Goode, 
Sonny Lemmons, Thomas Adams, 
Kathleen Toner, Mike Collins. 



INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCE- 
MENT, [front] Courtney l.ange, 
John Webb, Mebrat Abrahol-Ezaz, 
Tanya Newkirk, Colleen Pagan, 
Nicole Bradshaw, John Conway, 
{middle) Lewis Lowe, Charles 
Lewis, Anna Walker, Martha 
Boshers, Alex Woods, Rebecca 
Cockrell, Shelly Bass, [back) Larry 
Wells, Kay Barksdale, Michele 
Bunch, Theresa Surber. 




LIBRARY, (front) Ryan Roy Eliza- 
beth Beck, Molly Signs, Tom 
Henderson, (back) Debra Mcin- 
tosh, Rocky Madden, Lynda 
McClendon, Allison Mays, Jan 
Allison. 



POSTAL STAFF. Jackie Bean, Ruth Stewart. 




BUSINESS OFFICE, (front) Sharon Beasley Dana Lang, 
Trish Bruce, .Anne Clark, Regina Italiano, (back) Leslie Ivers, 
Ruth Wilkinson, Lou Burne\', Julie Daniels, Gail Waldrop. 




MAINTENANCE, (front) Russell Jones, Bo Ainsworth, Shane 
Wilkinson, Jimmy McMillon, (back) Jim Busby, Michael 
Smith, Tommy Barnes, Percy Johnson, Da\id Wilkinson. 



people staff 61 



Dr. Ajay Aggarwal 

Associate Professor of Quantitative Management 

Dr. Theodore Ammon 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 

Dr. Sarah Armstrong 

Professor ofBiolog)', Chair 

Mr. Len Bobo 

Adjunct Instructor of Music 

Dr. James Bowley 

Associate Professor of Religion 



Dr. Eugene Cain 

Professor ofCliemistn 
Dr. Connie Campbell 

Associate Professor ofMatlieinatics 

Dr. Claudine Chadeyras 

Chair of Modern Languages 

Dr. Cheryl Coker 

Assistant Professor of Perfonning Arts 
Mrs. Gayla Dance 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



Dr. Guiomar Duenas 

Associate Professor of History 

Dr. Priscilla Fermon 

Associate Professor of French 

Dr. Laura Franey 

Assistant Professor ofEnglisIi 

Dr. Veronica Freeman 

Assistant Professor of French 

Dr. Stan Galicki 

Instructor of Geology 



Dr. Eric Griffin 

Assistant Professor of English 

Mr. Tom Henderson 

College Librarian 

Dr. Dick Highfill 

Assistant Ptofessor of Biology 

Dr. Lee Lewis 

Assistant Professor of Oiemistn- 

Dr. Debora Mann 

Assistant Professor ofBiolog}' 




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Facul 



DR. DONALD SCHWARTZ 





Mr. R.W. McCarley 

Assistiiiit I'rofcsor of Computer Science 

Dr. Robert McEIvaine 

Professor of History. Ciuiir 

Dr. Sarah Lea McGuire 

Assistant Professor ufBioloiiy 

Dr. Greg Miller 

Professor of F.n;^lisli 

Dr. Iren Omo-Bare 

,45,«icii(tf I'rofessor ofPoliticol Science 



Dr. Kevin Pauli 

As\istiOil Prof of Management Information Systems 

Dr. Darby Ray 

Assistant I'rofessor of Religious Studies 

Dr. Angeles Rodriguez 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 

Dr. Donald Schwartz 

Assistant Professor of Computer Seri'ices 

Dr. Elise Smith 

Professor of Art 



Dr. Steve Smith 

Professor of Pliilosophy ami Religious Studies 

Dr. Pat Taylor 

Assoc. Prof ofEcon, Dir. ofUndergrad. Business Prog. 

Dr. Kurt Thaw 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

Dr. Gene Vinson 

Assistant Professor of Education 




people faculty 63 



Aileen Abate, Sr. 


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Katie Abel, So. 


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Tim Abston, Fr. 
Andrew Adams, Fr. 


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Haley Adams, So. 


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Jacquelin Adams, Sr. 


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Richard Adams, Sr. 


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Thomas Adams, Sr. 


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William Adams, So. 


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Reena Ahuja, Fr. 


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Kristin Aiken, Jr. 


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Al<ram Al-Turl(, 



Molly Allen, 

Susan Allen, 

Dale Almond 

Om Amin, 

Carl Anderson, 

Katie Anderson, 





Helen Barkley, Jr. 
Hazami Barmada, Fr, 
Ashley Barron, Jr. 
Jack Bartlert, Fr. 
Nerma Basic, So. 
Jennifer Baynham, So. 



Derek Beaushaw, Fr. 
Carlisle Beggerly, So. 
Georgia Beilmann, Fr. 
D-.,iHaell,Jr. 
Brt;tt tffinett, So. 
Lindsay .^^nnett, Sr. 



Sarali Benolt, So. 
Catherine Benuenutti, Fr. 
Courtney Bergeron, Jr. 
Jay Biedenharn, So. 
Doc Biilingsley, So. 
Patrick Black, So. 



Brent Blackburn, Fr, 
Jamie Blackmon, So. 
Lindsey Blakeney, Sr. 
Elizabeth Blanche, Fr. 
Hamilton Blanton, So. 
Catherine Boone, Fr. 



Leslie Booth, Jr. 
Joshua Bostwick, So. 
Alex Bosworth, Fr. 
Kelly Boutwell, So. 
Craig Bowman, Sr. 
Emily Bradley, Fr. 



Ashley Brauner, Fr. 
Adam Breeland, Jr, 



Deranda Brewer, Jr. 
Thomas Brezina, Fr. 



people abafebrezina 6-5 



Lauren Brian, Jr. 
John Brooks, Fr. 



Closer Look 



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Sarah Brooks, Jr. 
Larry Brouillette, Sr. 



Emilee Broussard, Sr. 

Haley Brown, So. 

Jessica Brown, Fr. 

Kathtyn Brown, So. 

Sonya Brown, Jr. 

Kate Bruce, Jr. 



Adam Brupbacher, Fr. 

Emily Bruser, Fr. 

McCall Bryant, Sr. 

Ben Buck, Jr. 

Travis Buckingham, So. 

Mary Buntin, So. 



Katharine Burch, So. 

Rob Burkes, So. 

Tyler Burns, So. 

Ann Burruss, Fr. 
Ryan Busekist, Sr. 
Caroline Bush, Fr. 



Adam Butler, Fr. 
Andrew Cain, Fr. 
Gunter Cain, Fr. 
Joel Camp, So. 
Coleman Carlisle, So. 
Emily Carlson, So. 



Paul Carroccio, So. 
, Kewann Carter, Jr. 
Lindsay Carter, So. 
Lauren Caruso, Jr. 
Joseph Cascio, So. 
Robert Caskey, Sr. 










Aaron Chenevert, Fr. 
Christine Cherry, Jr. 
Arlene Chiemprabha, So. 
Franl<lin Childress, Fr. 
Matthew Chow, Jr. 
Nicole Christopher, Jr. 




Erin Cook, Sr. 
Brad Corban, Fr. 
Jordan Corbello, Sr. 
Casey Cordts, Jr. 
Chris Corkern, So. 
Yashia Cormick, Sr. 



people brian-cormick 67 



Michelle Cormier, So. 

Callee Cosby, So. 

Rimmer Covington, Jr. 

Sarah Cowan, Fr. 

Mia Cowglll, Fr. 

Joye Cox, Jr. 



Mary Catherine Crews, So. 

Michelle Crosby, Fr. 

Danielle Cross, Fr. 

Jolie Anna Cross, Fr. 

Raleigh Cross, Jr. 

Erika Cruz, Fr. 



Daniel Culpepper, Sr. 

Will Cunningham, Jr. 

Chris Curren, Fr. 

David Cutter, Fr. 

Stephen Cutter, Jr. 

Oujal Dadlani, Fr. 



Oria Date, Jr. 

Emily Daly, Sr. 

Will Darsey, Sr. 

Emily Dasinger, Sr. 

Frances Davidson, Fr. 

Mandy Davidson, So. 



I' Renae Davis, Sr. 

j;.- Sarah Davis, Sr. 

;;'■ Triana Davis, Fr. 

I Rebecca Day, So. 

j Ryan Day, So. 

t., Charies De La Vergne III, So. 



A Close 




CATHERINE BOONE 



DEAEK ANDERSON 









Shana Dukes, So. 
Lauren Dunagin, Sr. 
Amanda Duplantis, Fr. 
Kate Dyess. So. 
Margaret Dykes, Jr. 
Rebecca Easley, Sr. 



Jared Eastlack, Jr. 
Jason Eastlack, Fr. 
Megan Ellingburg, Fr. 
Maiy Esther Elliott, Sr. 
Anna Ellis, Fr. 
Amanda Epperson, Fr. 



Tyler Erb, Sr. 
Loy Ernst III, So. 
Allison Ertz, Fr. 
Amberely Etherldge. Fr. 
Brooke Evans, Sr. 
Denestia Evans, Sr. 



Leonard Evans Jr., Sr. 
Mariana Evans, Sr. 



Lauren Everett, Jr. 
Amy Exnicios, Jr. 



people corrr ier-exnicios 69 



Robert Ezelle, So. 

Meghan Federico, Fr. 

Katie Fett, So. 

Caroline Ficara, Sr. 

Kimberly Finnell, Fr. 

Julie Fisher, Fr. 



Stephanie Fleet, Jr. 

Trey Fleet, Fr. 

Blake Fletcher, So. 

Devon Fletcher, Sr. 

Lindsay Floyd, Sr, 

McKenzie Followwill, So. 



Brandon Fontenelle, Fr. 

Emily Ford, So. 

Nickolas Fowler, Fr. 

Chrystal Francis, So. 

Jordan Francis, So. 

Aaron Frommeyer, So. 



Allison Gallagher, Fr. 

Naveen Ganesh, Fr. 

Jeffrey Gardner, Fr. 

Sarah Gardner-Cox, Fr. 

Jazmin Gargoum, So. 

Lindsey Gaskin, So. 



Heather Gauthier, Jr, 

Ryan Gaylord, Sr. 

Meredith Germany, Jr. 

Don Gibson, Fr. 

John Gibson, Fr. 

Cory Gilbert, Fr. 



Erin Giles, Fr. 
Rebecca Kay Gilreath, So. 



Beth Gilfoil, Sr. 
Jessica Gillom, Jr. 





Rebecca Gilreath, So. 
Kellie Giorgio, Fr. 
Matthew Glass, So. 
Conor Gleason, Fr. 
Annu Goel, Sr. 
Sliikha Goel, Sr. 



Kristy Goff, Sr. 
Misty Goff, Sr. 
Joseph Goines, Sr. 
Jennie Golden, Jr. 
Alexa Golliher, So. 
James Goode, Sr. 



Travis Grace, Sr. 
Bryant Graham, Sr. 
James Graves III, Sr. 
Chris Graybeal. Fr. 
Emily Greaney, Fr. 
Andrea Green, Sr. 



Brad Greenhaw, Fr. 
Robert Greenwood, Jr. 
Lindsey Greer, Fr. 
Sara Greer, So. 
Matthew Greig, Sr. 
Brent Guitreau, Jr. 



people ezelle-guiti 71 



A Closer Look 




Vimala Gutti, Fr. 

Chris Hallmark, Jr. 

Grace Hammond, Fr, 

Jennifer Harcrow, Fr, 

Drew Harmon, Fr, 

Sara Harris, Sr. 




Paige Henderson, So. 

Laine Hendricks, Sr. 

Tal Hendrix, Fr, 

John Henry, Sr, 

James Lee Henson, Jr, 

Katie Herringshaw, So, 



William Hester, Fr, 


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Emily Hildebrand, Fr, 


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Anna Kathryn Hill, Fr, 


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Laura Hillgartner, Sr, 


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Nick Hinton, So, 


Meredith Hodges, Jr. 


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Riley Hoekenschnieder, Fr. 


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Jamie Holcomb, So, 


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Megan Holcomb, Fr, 


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Major Hollis, Fr, 


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Jennifer Honican, Sr. 


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Kellie Hood, Jr. 






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DIONNE JACKSON, NED JABOUR 




Amber Hudson, Sr. 
Tina Huettenraucti, So. 
Justin Hupp, Fr. 
Rose Hurder, Sr. 
Patrick Hyndman, Jr. 
Margaret Hyneman, So. 



Sara Ignal, Fr. 
Barrett Ingram, Sr. 
Brool<e Ingram, Sr. 
Daniel Ingram, Fr. 
Trent Irby, So. 
Jivka ivanova. So. 



Zandria Ivy, So. 
Ned Jabour, Sr. 
Dionne Jackson, Sr. 
Lindsey Jackson, Jr. 
Katherine Jacobson, Fr. 
Danny Jaeger, Jr. 



George James, Jr. 
Truman James, Fr. 
Jason Jarin, Fr. 
Jennifer Jasso, So. 
Reshonda Jenkins. Fr. 
Nicki Jennings, Jr. 



Alan Jensen, Jr. 
Patrick Jerome, Jr. 
Allen Jotinson, Jr. 
Bradley Jotinson, Jr. 
Chnstian Johnson, Fr. 
Daniel Johnson, So. 



people gutti-johnson 73 



Jewel Johnson, Fr. 
Ronnie Johnson, Sr. 




A Closer Look 



Shelley Johnson, Fr. 
Theon Johnson, Fr. 



Amy Jones, So. 

Jahreese Jones, Sr. 

Kyle Jones, Fr. 

Randall Jones, So. 

Jason Josef, Sr. 

Maureen Kampman, Jr. 



John Karabelas, Fr. 
Kristen Keating, Fr. 
Trey Kelley, Jr. 
Eleanore Kelly, So. 
Tim Kelly, Fr, 
Margaret Kemp, Fr. 



Barry Kidder, So. 

Matt Kilgore, Jr. 

Clint Kimberiing, So. 

Benjamin Kimmons, Jr. 

Todd Kindler, Fr. 

Brian King, Fr, 



Ashley Kingsafer, Fr. 
Clay Kirkpatrick, Fr. 
Jessica Knight, Jr. 
Christine Koenig, Sr. 
Betsy Kohut, So. 
Daria Kovalyova, Jr. 



Karia Kregting, So. 
Laura Krueger, Fr. 
John Kueven, So. 

Laura Kuhn, Fr. 

Claire Kurtts, Jr. 

Kylie Kurtz, Fr. 



f I PAMELA COLEMAN, ORIADAFE 



TJMATMIS 




CHRISTOPHER HARRIS, ROBBIE GREENV^g|ygj|y|g^ 




Justin LeBlanc, Fr. 
Mignon LeBreton, Fr. 
Richard Legendre, Fr. 
Chat Lenhart. Sr. 
Jessica Lester, So. 
Marcie Levey, So. 



Mikaela Levy, Jr. 
Maty Emrey Liles, Sr. 
Lauren Lippincott, Fr. 
Jeremy Litton, Sr. 
Ashley Logan, So. 
Joey Loilar, Jr. 



Helen Loring, Fr. 
Jared Lorlo, So. 
Jason Lotz, Jr. 
Amy Loy, Sr. 
Matthew Luter, Jr. 
Elizabeth Lutz, Sr. 



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Matt Marston, So. 

Kellen Mathews, Jr. 

TJ Mathis, Fr. 

Baror Matthews, Jr. 

Christopher Matthews, Fr. 

Britney Mauldin, Jr. 



Kevin Mayes, Sr. 

Vince Mazzone, Jr. 

Trey McClain, Jr. 

Martha McDaniel, Fr. 

Becky McDole, So. 

Martha McDonald, So. 



Melanie McDonald, Fr. 

Carrie McDonnell, Fr. 

Peeper McGaw, So. 

Brett McGee, So. 

Mandy McGehee, So. 

Kelsey McKnight, Fr. 



Edward McLaurin, So. 
Daniel McLeroy, So. 



Carter McNeese, So. 
Martha McNeese, Jr. 




Jordan McPhail, Fr. 
David McRae, Jr. 
Rebecca McRaney, Sr. 
James McVaugh, Fr. 
Kristin Melvin, Sr. 
Trey IVIesser, Jr. 



Lauren Michaud, So. 
Katie Beth Miksa, Fr. 
Emily Miller, Fr. 
John B. Miller, So. 
Kelly Miller, So. 
Alisa Millet, So. 



Dalvia Mitchell, Jr. 
Jonathan Mitchell, Jr. 
Julia Mitchell, Jr. 
Larkin Mitchell, Jr. 
Laurence Mixson, So. 
Brad Mizerany, Fr. 



Ottar Mobley, Jr. 
Charlie Mock, Jr. 
Patrick Mock, Fr. 
Robika Modak, Sr. 
Colleen Moody. So. 
Nafshiya Mooney, So. 



people lyle*motf 77 




Jennifer Paradise, So. 
Evan Paretti, Fr, 
Brad Parker, Fr. 
Kim Parker, Sr. 
Marisa Parker, Sr. 
Casey Parks, So. 



Megan Parks, Jr. 
Michael Parks, So. 
Nicliolas Parrish, Sr. 
Christine Parsons, Jr. 
Timothy Parsons, Sr. 
Olivia Partin, Fr. 



Elizabeth Paschall, Fr. 
Jinal Patel, Sr. 
Sarina Patel, So. 
Brad Paulk, Jr. 
Nicole Paulk, Sr. 
Kaley Payne, So. 



Jonathan Pedersen, Jr. 
Erin Pelleteri, Sr. 
Stephanie Perez, Fr. 
Kim Petkovich, So. 
Jaime Pettigrew, So. 
Lindsey Pharr, Fr. 



Corrinne Porr. Jr. 
Nicholas Porter, Sr. 



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Cameron Portera, Jr. 
Betsy Powell, Fr. 



people murphy-powell 79 



A Closer Look 




Dustane Reed, Fr. 

Trevor Reed, So. 

Stephanie Reis, Fr. 

Emily Rhea, Fr. 

Kyle Richard, So. 

Trey Rick, Fr. 



Tom Rinaldi, Fr. 

Emily Rivers, Sr. 

Bo Roberts, Jr. 

Monica Roberts, Jr. 

Lenora Robinson, Fr. 

Robin Rocl(co, Jr. 



Ruthie Rogers, Fr. 

Oaisianette Rollins, Fr. 

Jacques Roman, Fr. 

Lindsay Rosenblatt, So, 

Robert Rowan, Fr. 

Angle Rovdand, So. 




Rishi Roy, So. 
Andrew Russell, So. 



Alexis Russo, Fr. 
Robert Rutherford, Fr. 



Ross Rutledge, Fr. 
Chris Sale, So. 
IVIelissa Salnave, Jr. 
Liza Santiago, Jr. 
Jana Santoro, So. 
Bethany Santucci, Fr. 



Calista Sasser, Fr. 
John Sawyer, So. 
Michael Sawyer, Fr. 
Suzanne Scales, So. 
Travis Scharr, Fr. 
Valerie Scheffler, So. 



Ashley Schettler, Fr. 
Emily Schmidt, So. 
Stuart Schmidt. Fr. 
Daniel Searcy, Jr. 
Leah Seddelmeyer, Fr. 
Martin Seib, Sr. 



Amy Sellers, Sr. 
Kelly Sellers, Jr. 
Will Selman, Sr. 
Aldan Shank, Sr. 
Christina Sharp, Fr. 
Amelia Shaw, Jr. 



Megan Shaw, Jr. 
Heather Shelton.Sr. 
Kiger Sigh, Fr. 
Amanda Simpson, Fr. 
Madeline Sims, So. 
Shadia Slaieh, Sr. 



people powellslaieh 81 



Rebecca Sledge, So. 
Steve Sloan, Sr. 
Alicia Smith, Jr. 
Amanda Smith, Fr. 
Amber Smith, Fr. 
David Smith, Jr. 



Deil Smith, Sr. 

Gina Smith, So. 

Leslie Smith, Sr. 

Natalie Smith, Jr. 

Elise Smyth-Gilbert, Fr. 

John Sonnenberger, Fr. 



Sam Sparl(s, Sr. 

Louis Spears, Fr. 

Jonathan Spencer, Fr. 

Karen Sporl, So. 

Sara Catherine Stafford, Jr. 

Elliot Stamey, So. 



Emily Stanfield, Fr. 
Claire Stanford, Fr. 
Shay Steclder, Fr. 
Robert Steiner, Fr. 
Michelle Steinkampf, Jr. 
Rebecca Stephens, So. 



Elizabeth Stev»art, Jr. 

Jessica Stewart, Fr. 

Tracey Stewart, Jr. 

Yulon Stewart, Jr. 

dget Marie Stiltner, Jr. 

Geoffrey Stone, So. 







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Jessica Sutton, Fr. 
Brian Sy, Fr. 
Monica Tanner, Fr. 
Daniel Taylor, So. 
Shannon Tedrow, Fr. 
Ttiomas Terral, Fr. 



Charles Terrell, Sr. 
Cindy Terry, Jr. 
Amy Thames, Sr. 
Trevor Theilen, So. 
Lauren Theobald, Jr. 
JihanThlgpen, Jr. 



Mitchell Thomas, Fr. 
Deidra Thompson, Jr. 
Stephanie Thompson. Jr. 
Erin Thornton, So. 
Robert Thuston, Jr. 
Audra Tierce, Sr. 



Ben Tillman, So. 
Kathleen Toner, Sr. 
Lindsey Topp, So. 
Natacha Touchette, So. 
Kenneth Townsend, Jr. 
Jessie Tracy, So. 



Monica Trepagnier, Jr. 
Robert Triplett, So. 
Jesse Tucker, Fr. 
Cecilia Tumer, Sr. 
John Tyra, Fr. 
Evan Underwood, So. 



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Brad Villa, Jr. 

Elizabeth Vincent, Sr. 

Davis Wade, Fr. 

BillWadlington,Sr. 

Christi Walden, Sr. 

Amanda Waldrop, Fr. 



Daniel Walker, So. 
Melissa Anne Walker, So. 
Wendy Walker, Jr. 
Juliana Wallace, So. 
Nicole Walter, So. 
Becca Walters, Jr. 



Doug Webster, So. 

Joseph Wehby, Fr. 

Ashley Weitlauf, Sr. 

Jessica Welch, Jr. 

Ned Welles, Jr. 

Wayne West, So, 



Garner Wetzel, Fr. 

Erin Whitaker, Sr. 

John Whitehead, Jr. 

Amie Whittington, Jr. 

Delilah Whittington. So. 

Sarah Wilkinson, So. 



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Chappell Williams, Sr, 
Kyle Williams, Fr. 
Lane Williamson, So. 
Fred Willis, Fr. 
Andrew Willrich, Fr. 
Bess Wilson, Fr. 



Crystal Wilson, Jr. 
Heather Wilson, Fr. 
Jennifer H. Wilson, Fr. 
Jennifer L Wilson, Sr. 
Quint Withers, Jr. 
Joshua Wittie, Jr. 



^ Adryon Wong, So. 
Scarlett Woods, So. 
Michael Yablick, Fr. 
Alex Yarbrough, Fr. 
David Yeh, Sr. 
Randi Young, Jr. 



Vassil Zanev, Jr. 
Jonathan Zaperach, Sr. 
Bea Zeigler, So. 
John Zender, So. 
Boo Zinn, Sr. 



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People Album 

PEOPLE AND 
RELATIONSHIPS 



Margaret Cooper and 
Bridget Stiltner 

united voices at the annual 

Advent Service held in the 

recital hall. 






Justin Hupp, Coleman 

Carlisle, Michelle 
Cormier, Patrick Black 

ate together at the Major Madness 
crawfish boil. 



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Jason Sumrall and 
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Jason Eastlack and 
Drew Harmon 

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Stacy Ponder and 
Deondra Jefferson 

tasted the cultures of the world at 
the Multicultural Festival. 



Crystal Berry, Betsy Perkins, Sarah Katherine McNeil 




Esther Elliott, Jinal Patel, Leta Negandhi, Daniel Johnson 



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editor: jivka ivanova 

assistants: vimala gutti, Christina giurintano, 
mandy mcgeliee, emily sclimidt 



top right clockwise: erika cruz, ann long, katie brown 
and liza Santiago, doc billingsley 



[friiiit] Justin Hupp, Sarah 
G a r d n e r - C o X , Grace 
Hammond, Lauren 
Lippincott, Brett McGee, 
Adam Cook, Ashley Weitlauf, 
(middle) John Sawyer, 
Meghan Pigott, Lauren 
Michaud, Emily Presswood, 
Kelly Miller, Chappell Will- 
iams, Anna Crell, Martha 
McNeese, Jivka Ivanova, 
Martha Carlson, [back) Betsy 
Kohut, Kate Jacobson, Judy 
Coleman, Rebecca Gilreath, 
Jonathan Pedersen, Larkin 
Mitchell, Hamilton Blanton, 
D a n n V Bell, I o n a t h a ii 
Brvdalski. 





Si'ihitc Ewiutiw Hiaiuil 
number of members: 5 

purpose: preside over the 
Senate, serve as a 
representative body of the 
students, maintain great 
quality of life for students 
and campus, work w/ith 
others to create a healthy 
learning environment 

fun facts: have a word of the 
week for each senate 
meeting 



Treaurer Patrick Black, 2nd Vice President Jessica Knight, President Kenneth 
Townsend, 1st Vice President Paige Henderson, Secretary Jason Hatt. 



[front] Brad Greenhavv, 
Lindsey Greer, Kelsey 
McKnight, Tim Abston, Ben 
Tillman, Amber Smith, 
(middle) Becky McDole, 
Patrick Black, Coleman 
Carlisle, Clay Kirkpatrick, 
Trey Hester, Trey Rick, {bacl< 
Ale.xa Golliher, Paige 
Henderson, Lane 
Williamson, Emily 
Presswood, Margaret Cooper, 
Amberely Etheridge, Ann 
Burruss, Leslie Aldridge, Gina 
Colon, Sarah Gardner- Cox. 




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Ann Long and 
i Ned Jabour were 
k selected as Most 
^ Distinguished 
^Man and Woman. 




SA 

ptz was 
nairiMMj'^teade^ of the Year. 



Campus 

LEADERS 




JIM GOODE received the Leader 
of the Year Award from ODK and 
the Lewis and Reiff Award. He 
also served as President of ODK 
and graduated with Honors in 
Biology. 



SHIKHA GOEL and Ricky 
James recognize outstanding 
student leadership in each 
department at the LEAD Awards 
Ceremony. 





KENNETH TOWNSEND was 

the first Millsaps student to win a 
Truman Scholarship, which 
recognized leadership potential and 
committment to non-profit 
governmental organizations. 



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served as Second Vice 
President in the fall. 




activities campus leaders 91 



number of members: 9 

purpose: to provide students 
with chances to become 
better individual and 
chamber musicians and 
give them performance 
opportunities. 

what they did: performed a 
Fall and Spring Concert in 
the AC as well as in other 
venues such as the Bowl 
and the local community. 




[front} Meghan Pigott, HalL-y Brcivvn, .\(.h\on Wong, {Lhick} Dr. Julie Maisel, 
Yulon Stewart, Michael Yablick, Doc Biiiingsley, Cory Gilbert, Nicole Walter, 
(not pictured) Robbie Greenwood. 




(/roHt) Matt Little, Michael Yablick, Jennifer Nagelin, (iinc/;) Dr. Julie Maisel, John 
Kueven, Dell Smith, Ricky James, Bradley Paulk, Nicole Walter, Doc Biiiingsley. 



■ Hill IIIIIIM 

Drainatk Hotiorary 
number of members: 22 
purpose: to strengthen and 
promote the theatre arts; 
to develop the skills 
necessary to achieve 
unified productions as a 
group of artists 
fun facts: with over 550 casts 
across the country, it is the 
largest national honor 
society in America; the 
"Alpha Cast," the first 
chapter of the honorary, 
stemmed from an earlier 
secret dramatics group. 




(//(Hit)Brent Lefavor, Jazniin Gargoum, Sam Sparks, Secretary Elizabeth Olds, 
Timothy Parsons, (back) Shelby Love, President Mike Padilla, Laura Hastings, 
Michael Guidry, Matt Ward, Brian Wallace. 



number of members: 12 

purpose: to promote the visual 
arts on campus. 

projects: taught children to 
make clay pinch pots and 
sculptures at the SBA 
Carnival; guided tour of 
Graduate Studios at 
Memphis College of Art 
and alternative galleries in 
Memphis. 




Martha Carlson, Secretary Nora Oliver, Adviser Sandra Smithson, Treasurer 
Leslie Aldridge, Nicole Walter, President Teddy Houghtaling, Rick Legcndre, 
Vice President Walter Young. 




MichaeL^ 
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with tfie 



at a 

Basketball 

game. 




Sam Sparks received 
the Hains Prize, and Matt Ward 
was named Best Leading Actor 
for his role in Charley's Aunt. 



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Artistic 

EFFORTS 




BRIAN WALLACE played the 
part of Orestes, and Rebecca 
Easley was Electra in the Players 
performance of The Great 
Western Swamp. 



SUZANNE SCALES: 

"My favorite concert is the 
Advent/Christmas Service. 
Performing and sharing in this 
concert thoroughly prepares me 
for the Advent Season." 





JAZML^ GARGOUM, 

a sophomore double-majoring in 
Theater and Political Science, was 
Props Assistant and Set Director in 
Charley's Aunt. 



IfltJ Yulon 

'art has played the 
saxophone for 10 years 
and performs in the 
Wind Ensemble. 





Brad Corban 
and Mandy 
McGehee 
perform in 
Charley's 
Aunt. 



Brett Potter sings Silent Niglit 
at the close of the Advent Service. 




activities performers 93 




{front} Sarina Patel, Liza 
Santiago, Casey Cordis, Ryan 
Day, Andrea Green, Arlene 
Chiemprabha, Lauren Brian, 
David Smith, (back) Danielle 
Reynolds, Lauren Theobald, 
President Katie Hardy, 
Historian Dionne Jackson, 
Nora Oliver, Shruti Chandna, 
Nerma Basic, Jessie Tracy, 
Chris Holly, Ben Buck, liiot 
pictured) Treasurer Kim 
Parker, Robert Caskey, Vice 
President Lindsay Floyd, 
Advisor Dr. Robert Nevins, 
Geoff Stone. 




Craddock, Historian Sonya 
rovvn, President Jordan 
Corbello, Vice President Kim 
Parker, Webmaster David 
Norris, Activities Coordinator 
Jessie Tracy, Michael Yablick, 
{middle) Andrew Chalona, 
Tyler Burns, Melissa Welch, 
Lauren Everett, Lindsey 
Gaskin, Callee Cosby, Devon 
Fletcher, Monica Trepagnier, 
Andrea Gilbert, Travis 
Buckingham, (back) Ned 
Jabour, Dionne Jackson, Dr. 
Debora Mann, Katie Hardy, 
rian Houston, Becky 
McDole, Trey Hester, Rebecca 
McRaney, Bobby Thompson. 



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about abuse of women; 
provide help and services 
for those who may be 
involved in abusive 
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Ariel Moss, Yulon Stewart, Sherryl Wilburn, Elizabeth Madjl 
Williamson, Christi Langoni. 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 



number of members: 42 

purpose: cultivate psychologi- 
cal thinking; help psych 
majors prepare for 
graduate school. 

what they did: invited to 
Millsaps an international 
expert on racial prejudice 
and social conflict to 
reflect on his life's work. 

project: Friday round table 
discussions on current 
events and psychology. 




Co-Presidents Holly McNeal, StacieCrooms, {notpict.) Sec'Treas. Patricia Greene 





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Precise 

MEASURE 




STUART PHILLIPS was often 
seen working in tlie upstairs 
lounge of Olin Hall, where many 
science majors studied togetfier 
and did their assignments. 



ECOLOGY EXPERIMENT. 

Ryan Travis checks to see how the 
subject will react in a study of 
aggressive behavior in Siamese 
Fighting fish. 





BECKY MCDOLE: 

"Watching the kids' amazement 
as they looked through the 
microscope for the first time was 
priceless. It was great for me to 
share my passion of science." 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF 
IIVE 



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activities science 95 



Beyond 

ROOKS 




JIHAN THIGPEN studies 
psychology in Sullivan Harrel, 
which housed departments such 
as Math, Anthropology, Geology, 
Psychology, Physics, and 
Computer Science. 



JESSIE TRACY attended a 
question and answer session with 
Dr. Jane Goodall. Dr. Goodall 
was the Nova Series Guest and 
highlighted the Green Semester. 





PAMELA COLEMAN paints a 
popcorn box to go along with the 
theme of Welcome Weekend and 
Voices and Visions: "Millsaps Goes 
to the Movies." 





While researching for 
his Honors project, Jim 
Goode hangs out with a 
native of the Yucatan. 



New Math Honorary 
Charter members: President Delilah 
Whittington, Ben Kimmons, Dr. Joseph 
Palen, Drew Pruett, Christina Giurintano. 





Earth 
Science Honorary: Secretary Alvin 
Byrd, President Steve Sloan, Vice 
President Kevin Best, (not pichireil) 
Treasurer Allen Johnson. 





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Matthew Luter prepares for 
the freshmen by making 
decorations. 




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ilidiilt lirjaii Wallau'/I rcasuaT 
Adam Lambert, Co-President 
llaniiali (iuthrie, Nicole 
Walter, Hannah Page, Alex 
Hosworth, (back) Julian 
Vfurchison, Michael (ialaty, 
( )ttar Mobley, Doc BilliiiKsky. 
limothy Parsons. 



number of members: 12 

purpose: to promote interest 
in mattiematics 

what they did: hosted two 
Millsaps Math Challenge 
competitions for high 
school students; competed 
m the MATH Challenge, the 
William Lowell Putnam 
Mathematical Competition, 
and the LA/MS section of 
the Mathematical 
Association of America's 
Student Competition 

fun facts: held "pizza puzzles' 
for all students, faculty, 
and staff. 



(front) Dr. Connie Campbell, President Delilah Whittington, Rishi Roy, Vice 
President Nora Oliver, {midtlle) Dr. Joseph Palen, James Graves HI, Secretary 
Katie Beth Miksa, Motoi Namihira, (back) Louis Spear, SteffenieTomlin, Shikha 
Goel. 



(front) Taiisha Moore, Pamela 
Coleman, Martha McNeese, 
Leslie Booth, Sonya Brown, 
Rebecca Day, Paige 
Henderson, (2nd row) Mackey 
Sugar, Zack Rhodes, David 
Yeh, Jason Hatt, Lauren 
Michaud, Coleman Carlisle, 
(3nd row) Peeper McGaw, 
Elizabeth Olds, Trey McClain, 
Jessica Knight, Ashley 
Weitlauf, Dale Almond, (back) 
Stacey Douglas, Charles de la 
Vergne III, Will Darsey, 
Hamilton Blanton, Ben 
Tillman. 




number of members: 35 

purpose: to help freshmen, 
transfers, residential, and 
commuter students quickly 
and smoothly make the 
transition to college life. 

what they did: provided an 
efficient residence hall 
move-in and planned 
programs for new 
students. 

fun facts: theme was 
"Millsaps Goes to the 
Movies." 



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(font) Coleman Carlisle, Becky McDole, Ashley Barron, .Ashlev Weitlauf, Adam 
Cook, Lauren Michaud, Lindsay Carter, Sonya Brown, Kelly Miller, (middle] 
Matt Marston, Paige Henderson, Matt Luter, Jessica Knight, Meghan Pigott, 
Brooke Ingram, Valerie Paasch, Courtney Bergeron, David Norris, Sam Sparks, 
(back) Trevor Theilen, Lola Perez, David McRae, Casey Cordts, Suzanne Scales, 
Joye Co.x, Becca Day, Hamilton Blanton, Martha McNeese, Mackey Sugar, 
Elizabeth Stewart. 



activities beyond books 97 



(front) Valerie Paasch, Rose 
Hurder, Elizabeth Lutz, Emily 
Daly, Hannah Page, (2nd roii) 
Tanya Newkirk, Dr. Laura 
Franey, Brooke Ingram, Jessica 
Malpass, Kristy Goff, Margaret 
Purifoy, Kim Jones, Julie 
Strickland, Dr. Greg Miller, (3rd 
row) Dr. Eric i, Miguel .Arellano, 
Julian Murchison, Ann Long, 
McCall Bryant, Misty Goff, Judy 
Coleman, Dr. .Austin Wilson, 
Aldan Shank, (back) Beau 
Brouillette, Will Darsey, Jim 
Goode, Robert Caskev. 




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front) Ned Jabour, President 
Jim Goode, Joye Co.x, .Adam 
Cook, Kenneth Townsend, 
Ricky James, Public Relations 
Sarah Davis, Christine 
Cherry, (back) Liz Smith, Will 
Darsey, Secretary Brooke 
Ingram, Julia Mitchell, Jason 
Hatt, Jordan Corbello, Amy 
Janovsky, Brad Paulk, Casey 
Cordts. ' 




(front) Vice President Nora Oliver, Daniel Taylor, Samantha King, Karen Sporl, Pamela Coleman, Sarah Benoit, 
Ale.xa GoUiher, Lauren Everett, (2nd row) Erin Thornton, Jessica Lester, Preasurer Sarina Patel, Callee Cosby, Katie 
Herringshaw, Colleen Moody, Lane Williamson, (3rd row) Kim Petkovich, Jana Santoro, Mandy McGehee, 
Chrystal Francis, Katie Brown, Michelle Cormier, President Matt Marston, (4tli rou') Jennifer Baynham, Ashley 
Barron, Lauren Michaud, Tammy Ladner, Leslie Aldridge, Emily Schmidt, (5tli row) Kate Bruce, Lindsay Carter, 
Eleanore Kelly, Rebecca Gilreath, Jillian Compton, Dale Almond, (bnck) Brett McGee, McKenzie Followwill, Julia 
Mitchell, Secretarv Jessie Tracv, Coleman Carlisle, Beckv McDole. 




[front) Anjali Pahwa, Amber Smith, Lindsey Green, Megan Holcomb, KateJacobson, Sarah Gardner- Cox, Gina 
Colon, Vimala Gutti, (2nd row) Jonathan Spencer, Meghan Connor, Khyati Gupta, Kelsey McKnight, Shay 
Steckler, Bethany Santucci, Bess Wilson, (3rd row) Lauren Bardwell, .Amberely Etheridge, .Alex Bosworth, Brad 
Corban, Allison Ertz, Robert Rutherford, Katie Beth Miksa, (4th row) Justin Hupp, Brad Greenhaw, Michael 
Yablick, (5f/; row) Laura Hillgartner, Brooke Ingram, Lauren Dunagin, Amy Ley, Kevin McGuire, (back) Will 
Darsey, Kim Parker, Judy Coleman, Jordan Corbello, David Norris, Valerie Paasch. Norris, Valerie Paasch. 



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and Dr. Grej 
lller were part of the Ford 
'"lows Retreat at Twin Lakes 
Conference Center. 




Editor Kelly 
Eaton leads a 
weekly P&W 
^ staff meeting. 



Distinct 

HONORS 



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BRIAN HOUSTON received 
the Stylus Faith and Work 
hiitiative Second Prize for his 
essay entitled Tableau, published 
in the literary magazine which 
came out in the spring. 



STYLUS EDITOR J D Graffam 
anounces the winners of the 
magazine's literary competition at 
a yearend reception in the Leggett 
Center. 





HALEY BROWN served as News 
Editor of the paper and helped 
produce weekly issues which came 
out every Thursday. 



was the Editor of the 
Life Section of the 
P&W. 





;ii^ia;< jy^^i.''iw'H Managing 
Editor Casey Parks and Editor Kelly 
Eaton came back to school in early 
August to work on the P&W design. 



(front) Jessica Nelson, 
Barrett Ingram, Ben Kimmons, Alan 
Riethmaiers, (back) Lauren Everett, David 
Norris, Kim Parker, Leslie Aldridge. 




activities distinct honors 99 



Campus Ministry Team 
{.front) Megan Partin, Katie 
Beth M i s k a , Coleman 
Carlisle, Paige Henderson, 
Khyati Gupta, (2nd row) Katie 
Hardy, Patrick Black, 
Eleanore Kelly, Lindsex 
Greer, Heather Wilson, 
Shikha Goel, Kenneth 
Townsend, (3rd row) Natalie 
Smith, Kelly Miller, Jennifer 
Baynham, Christi Langoni, 
Ricky James, Amy Loy, Don 
Fortenberry, (back) Matt 
Marston, Suzanne Scales. 
Beckv McPdle. 





[jHiiit] Briioke Ingram, Laura 
Hillgartner, Meg Owen, Katie 
Beth Miksa, Crickett Nicovich, 
Lauren Dunagin, Amy Loy, 
(/»/iW/e)JossieSlepyan, Martha 
McDonald, Helen Loring, 
Emily Rhea, (back) Chip 
Welch, Jason Eastlack, David 
Moore, Jared Eastlack, Lindsay 
Rosenblatt, Matt Kilgore,Drew 
H a r m o n , D a V i d Y e h , B r i a n 
Bourn, Brendan Quigley, Billy 
t'rain. 



WESLEY FELLOWSHIP 



[fiont) Andrea Dewey, Raigan 
Miskelly, Katie Beth Miksa, 
Kristen Keating, Laura Krueger, 
[middle) Julia Mitchell, Lauren 
DiHiagin, Martha McDonald, 
Natfie Mooney, Daniel McLeroy, 
David Fuquay, (feuc/c) Jane Watts, 
Lindsey Greer, Martha McNeese, 
Crickett Nicovich, Amv Loy. 





CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOC. 



(front) Robert Caskey, Cleveland 
Patterson, Elizabeth Lutz, Amy 
Janovsky, Nedjabour, (2nd row) Rev. 
Joe Tonos, Erica Wilburn, Sarah 
Weeks, Claire Kurtts, Kelly Sellers, 
David McRae, Sarah Benoit, 
Michelle Cormier, Lauren Michaud, 
Molly McCarthy, (3rd row) Katie 
Folwer, Shirley Sullivan, Patrick 
Mock, Meghan Connor, John Saw- 
yer, Joshua Wittie, Stephanie Fleet, 
(back) Meagan Tice, Andy 
Thibodeaux, David Nonnenmacher, 
Joseph Cascio, Gina Colon. 




Episcopal Worsldp Group 
(front) President Eleanore 
Kelly, Randi Cline, Devon 
Fletcher, Alex Whittington. 
Rev. Bill Richter, (back) Peter 
Gray, Elise Smyth-Gilbert, 
Emily Maples, Crystal 
Moreau, Shelby Love, Louise 
Chandler, Hamilton Blanton, 
(not pictured) Dr. Darby Ray, 
Christine Cherrv. 






Amy Exnicios aniP 
Gina Colon attend 
the CMT ice cream 
social in the first 
week of school. 



World 

SERVICE 




MARY BUNTIN leads a 

relationship Bible study based on 
Tommy Nelson's Soii^ of Solomon 
videos. The group met every 
Wednesday at 9:00 pm in the 
Kappa Delta house. 



JARED EASTLACK plays the 
drums for Millsaps Christian 
Fellowship. The group met at the 
Student Center every Tuesday 
night to sing and worship 
together. 





SARAH WILKINSON was part 
of an interdominational group 
that gathered each week to discuss 
personal relationships from a 
Christian perspective. 



EtV Drew Harmon and 

fett Kilgore practice before the 
weekly MCF meeting. 





Ashley Barroi 
Kelly Sellers. 



Ashley Logan went 
to the CMT opening 
for the year. 




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purpose: provoke thinking on 
crurent issues of concern. 
Student-centered discus- 
sion group open to all. 

what they did: sponsored six 
public discussions, 
including the Death Penalty 
Debate and "Faith and 
Doubt at Ground Zero." 




{front) Treasurer Kate Jacobson, ('resident .Akanksiia Ciupta, Me.nlian Pii^ott. 
{back] Vice President Rickv James, Dr. Jolin'riiatanianil, Secretary lolin Saw\er. 



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To Help 
purpose: spread environmen 

tal awareness on campus. 
projects: Pack-Rat, EARTH 

Fest. recycling, planting 

trees. Gleaners. 




{front) Kelly Maddox, President Adryon Wong, Treasurer Meghan Pigott, Nicole 
Walter, {back) Vice President Allison Williams, Robert Caskev, Historian len 
Na,nelin. Patrick Hopkins, Sliadia Slaich. 




purpose: share knowledge 
about history and 
encourage the study and 
exploration of historical 
pursuits. 

what they did: co-sponsored 
the Iraq Teach-in: had a 
Spring Reception with 
historian Laura Mason. 







William Jorden, Lindsey Jackson, Caroline Hobbs, Boo Zinn, Christina 
Blackmon, Leonard Evans, Kristen Tegtmeier. 



[front] Kiser Sigh, Tech Chair 
Slelfenie Ibmlin, Co-Chair- 
man Brendan Quigley, Cn- 
Chairman C o u r t n c \ 
Bergeron, Lane Williamson, 
{middle) Clay Kirkpatrick, 
Special Events Chair Casc\ 
Cordts, Comedy Chair 
Michelle Steinkampf, Ka\.i 
House Chair Jared Eastlack, 
E.xecutive Secretary Jason 
Hatt, Robert Triplett {back) 
Trey Rick, Cindy Strine, 
Lindsey Greer, Jessica Welch, 
Marcie Levey, Emily Ford, Sa- 
rah Benoit, Amanda Smith. 





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Brian Bourn 
works on a sign for the 
Multicultural Festival in 
November. 



Annu Goel ^ 
helps clean up 
outside the 
Bethlehem 
Center at the 
Fall Midtown 
Project. 





Politically 

CORRECT 




MEG HYNEMAN: 

"I think that it is important for 
us to be aware of tlie world that's 
larger than Millsaps campus and 
Northeast Jackson. The world is 
not homogenous!" 



SPENCER SMITH participated 
in a Death Penalty Debate 
sponsored by Symposium. 
Spencer, along with Dr. James 
Bowley, argued against capital 
punishment. 





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"•jf^ played a Spartan woman in 

Lysistrata. This performance was 
one of 1,000+ international anti-war 
demonstrations performed on 
March 3. 






Daniel 
Johnson, Jason Hicks, 
and Callie Poole protest 
against military action 
in Iraq. 





Yulon Stewart, Sonya Brown, Shanm 
Buckley, Kenneth Townsend, Kevin 
yi&yes, {not pictured) ]t%s 



places a 
candle in her window during the 
war against Iraq. 




activities world awareness 103 



Global 

INSIGHT 




DENG MABIL and Oria Date 
wear traditional African clothes at 
the Multicultural Festival 
Fashion Show. Oria said, "It was 
nice to see different cultures 
coming together as one." 



CHRISTI LANGONI publicized 
the Multicultural Festival with 
signs around campus. Because of 
their participation in various 
events, Christi and Sarina Patel 
won the MCA Humanitarian Award. 





DANIEL JOHNSON joined the 
MCA diversity meetings on 
Tuesdays at noon. Discussion 
topics included Attitudes about 
the South, Ethnic-Racial Jokes, 
and Peer Pressure. 




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of the Hot Box Performers in 
Guys and Dolls, a presentation 
in the Opening Nights course. 



Jessica Ramer, 
Jana Santoro, and Rebecca Gilreath 
do a Russian dance in their IDS class 
performance of Fiddler on the Roof. 





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Elizabeth 
Payne, Jessica Lester, 
Kelly Boutwell perform 
as Kismet Dancers. 




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{jiiiiit) iilorKi Surbur, Vice 
Prcsidfiit Ek'anore Kelly, 
President Amy Janovsky, 
Megan Shaw, Jennie Golden, 
Ox. Angeles Rodriguez, (ixKk) 
Ben Buck, Coleman Carlisle, 
I a c q u e I i n A d a in s , A m a n d a 
Vlerritt, Adviser Dr. Robert 
Kahii, Diiug Webster, Dr. 
Ramon ligueroa. 



GERMAN CLUB 



number of members: 25 

purpose: to expose the community to 
German culture and to move people 
toward a better understanding of global 
issues. 

what they did: participated in Vne Language 
Department Cliristmas Party: sponsored 
Faschingfest in February: visited the 
Gluckstadt German Festival in October: 
met every Wednesday for Stammtisch: 
invited the German Konsul to speak 
about his diplomatic experience around 
the world. 

fun facts: the imaginary mascot was named 
Jurgen and the not imaginary one was 
named Chippie. 




(front) kril< Bartlam, Ben lillman, Jennie (mklen. i/'kc/.) Jana 
Triskova, Bob Nevins, Dr. Veronica Freeman, Jason Hicks, Judy 
Coleman, Nerma Basic. 





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"Mythycal Geography," "The Songs of 
Sapho," "The Cross and the Christmas 
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fun activity: annual Keifers Party on Apnl 9. 



[front) Roxanne McCollough, Dr. Michael Gleason , Ray Billman, 
Ricky James, Dr. Catherine Freis, (middle) Lizzie Vincent, Ned 
Jabour, Brandon Benson, Jim Goode, Kayla Anthony, Robika 
Modak, Jeremy Litton, (back) Steffenie Tomlin, Leta Negandhi, 
Elizabeth Lutz, Shikha Goel, Dr. Holly Sypniewski, Melissa Salnave, 
Deidra Thompson. 



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(front) Randall Jones, Kewann Carter, Theon Johnson, Brian ,Sy, (l\Kk\ Shannon 
Buckley, Ariel Moss, Christi Langoni, Shruti t:handna, Shikha Goel, .Adviser 
Sherryl Wilburn, Sarina Patel, Kevin Mayes. 



activities global insight 105 



Fiiiuiiiiiil MiUhr^i'ilic'iil A\suc. 

number of members: 23 

purpose: education in 

investment decision making. 

awards: placed 2nd in tine 
growth category at the 
University of Dayton 
R.I.S.E. Symposium. 

Project: participated in the 
operation of the Luis 
Wilson Fund student 
managed portfolio. 




lis Siliiiii, RinimtT Covington, Brad Villa, l.indsey Blakeney, Dr. Walter 
.■l\, Dana Mason, Vassil Zanev, Mariana Evans, Liz Siiiitli. 



/,o///\ Wilsiin Fund Miiini^^crs 
Chris S c h i r o , L i n d s e y 
Blakeney, Dr. Walter Neely, 
Rimmer Covington, Dana 
Mason, Mariana Evans, Liz 
Smith. 




JUDICIAL COUNCIL 



ifniiit) Secretary Michelle 
Cormier, Vice Chair Mary 
Catherine Crews, Eleanore 
Kelly, Meaghan Vander 
Schaaf, ibitck) Dr. Del Gann, 
Steven Campbell, Coleman 
Carlisle, Chair Ricky James, 
Liza Santiago. 




ExciUtiw linaiil nf rdtlifhiilcn 
[fvunt) Wendy Walker, Shan- 
non Buckley, Christine 
Koenig, David McRae, 
Mackey Sugar , (mUUik) Adairi 
Causey, Valerie Paasch, Sarah 
Davis , [back) Ricky James, T. 
Francis, Daniel Culpepper. 




purpose: to promote knowledge 
and opportunities in the 
accounting field. The group 
networked with students 
throughout the nation. 

what they did: invited William 
M'cCleave, Controller for 
G&O Manufacturing, and 
Dan Spivery, a broker from 
A.G. Edwards, to speak to 
the group. 



(front) Secretar\ Barhaia I ippeiis. President Audra Tierce, Cindy Etheridge, Vice 
President Amy Janovsky, Renae Davis, Mariana Evans, Barbara Balla, John 
Henry, (middle) Dale Almond, Temekia Hart, Treasurer Ryan Busekist, Amy 
Sellers, Charles Spence, Alumni Relations Jennifer Stoner, Leah Harris, (back) 
Robert Argo, Monica Roberts, Amie Whittington, Corrinne Porr, Paul 
Broshahan, Brett Snyder, Alex Wiley, Ryan Gaylord. 




' Akanksha Gupta, Kaley Payne, 
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Practical 

AFFAIRS 




DR. OMO-BARE prepared a 
student delegation and took 
them to the National Model 
United Nations Conference in 
New York City in the spring. 



BLYTHE JUNKIN: 

"Dr. Neely and many other business 
professors give individual help to 
their students both before and 
after graduation. This shows their 

dedication to Millsaps and its students." 





PATHFINDER Coleman Carlisle 
and Presidential Ambassador 
Valerie Paasch helped host 
prospective students when they 
visited campus. 



Economics major Will Darsey 
speaks to an insurance company representative at 
the Career Fair in tlie Legett Center. 






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number of members: 22 
purpose: provide school 

involvement opportunity for 

incoming freshmen. 
what they did: Stev^pot. YMCA. 

Bethlehem Center. Habitat 

for Humanity. 
a member's view: "It allowed 

me to make friends even 

before starting college." 

-Khyati Gupta 



{front) Liz Stewart, Khyati Gupta, Lindsey Greer, Stepiianie Thompson, Sarah 
Will<inson, Bethany Santucci, Jolie Cross, {middle) Bridget O'Brien, Kellie Giorgio, 
Laura Krueger, Joshua Bostwick, McKenzie Followwill, Hazami Barmada, Ashley 
Kingsafer, (back) Courtney Bergeron, Amberely Etheridge, Kristen Keating, Ellen 
Beilmann, Josh Lack, J. P. Mc\'augh, Kiger Sigh, Joseph Ca\alicr. 



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{f'witt} Courtney Austin, Jennifer Baynham, Sariiid I'aUi. I leasurer .\erma Basic, 
{buck) Historial Nicole Walker, Brian Sy, Vice President Madeline Sims, Secretary 
Rebecca Gilreath, President Ryan Day, Karen Sporl. 



Hxcciitiw Board 
number of members: 10 

purpose: raise money for St. 

Jude Research Hospital for 

cancer awarness. 
what they did: letter writing 

campaigns. 
fun facts: raised over 

$26,000: largest student 

led fundraiser on campus. 




Adviser Lola Perez, Patient Relations Kim Parker, Administrative Asst. Steffenie 
Tomlin, Student Director .Amv Lov, David Norris, Public Relations .Alexa Golliher. 




(front) Michael Ranks, Robert Greenwood, Nora Oliver, Bahen Privett, Casey 
Cordis, Andrew Chalona, Daniel McLeroy, (back) Matthew Luter, Matt Kilgore, 
Lindsay Rosenblatt, Kim Jones, Brendan Quigley, Chris Robinson. 



purpose: provide an activity for 

people to enjoy. 
what they did: play frisbee on 

Fridays at the practice field. 
fun facts: trying to develop a 

team to compete against 

other universities 
a member's view: "There is 

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number of members: 20 
purpose: to promote the 

baseball program. 
what they did: run concession 

stands, keep statistics, 

retrieve equipment. 
a member's view: "We came 

together to support every 

sporting event, and that 

made it fun. "-Scarlett 

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{fr'ont) Public Relations Lane Williamson, Asst. Public Relations Allie Gallagher. 
Co-Captain Kathleen Toner, Captain Jennifer Wilson, Co-Captain Emily Ford, 
Spirit Chair Christi Langoni, Historian Meghan McCaffery, (back) Asst. 
Fundraiser Heather Wilson, Emily Murrell, Gina Smith, Natacha Touchettc. 
Scarlett Woods, Jessica Knight, Christi Walden, {not pictured) Crystal Wilson. 





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volunteer opportunities. Projects 
included the American Heart 
Association Walk and the 
Homecoming Canned Food Drive. 



JESSICA KNIGHT operates the 
scoreboard at a baseball game. 
The Diamond Girls also helped 
publicize the times of the games 
and how the team was doing. 






JESSICA ORDOYNE and 

Deidra Thompson run in the 
American Red Cross Walk/Run 
sponsored by Campus Link. 




(front) Annu Goel, 
^ncKett Nicovich, (back) Esther Elliott, 
Don Fortenberry, Shikha Goel. 





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Who's 
WHO 




Thomas Adams 

Columbus, MS 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 





Akram^ Al-Turk 

Brandon, IVIS 
B.S., Chemistry 




Anisha Bajaj 

Jackson, IVIS 
B.S., Chemistry 





Shannon Buckley Robert Caskey 



Jackson, MS 
B.A., English 



Ridgeland, MS 
B.S., Biology 




Adam Causey 

Alexandria, AL 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 




Jackson, MS 
B.S., Biology 




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Jordan Corbello Daniel Culpepper William Darsey 



Meridian, MS 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 



Natchez, MS 
B.A., Economics 







Sarah Davis 

Jackson, MS 

B.S., Computer Science 



Rebecca Easley 

Starkville, MS 
B.A., Theatre 



Mariana Evans 

Bay St. Louis. MS 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 



Lindsay Floyd 

Hoover, AL 
B.S., Biology 







Shikha Goel 

Pearl, MS 

B.S., Mathematics 



Kristy Goff 

Gulfport, MS 
B.S., Biology 



Misty Goff 

Gulfport, MS 
B.S., Biology 



Jim Goode 

Laurel, MS 
B.S., Biology 







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Brandon, MS 
B.S., Biology 



Ridgeland, MS 
B.A., Music 



Belden, MS 

B.A., Religious Studies- 
Philosophy 



Ned Jabour 

Monroe, LA 
B.S., Biology 



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Who's 
WHO 




Dionne Jackson 



Tupelo, MS 
B.S., Biology 




Amy Janovsky 

Round Rock, TX 
B.B.A., Accounting & 
Spanish 




McKenzie Lash 

Columbus, MS 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 






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Chat Lenhart 

Katy, TX 

B.B.A., Business 
Administration 




Atny Loy 

Natchez, MS 

B.A., European Studies 





Elizabeth Lutz 

Canton, MS 
B.S., Chemistry 




Kevin Mayes 

Greenwood, MS 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 




f.T. Newman 

Ackerman, MS 
B.S., Biology 




David Norris 

Gautler, MS 
B.S., Biology 




Valerie Paasch 

Lafayette, LA 
B.S., Psychology 




Eads, TN 

B.A., Religious Studies 




David Yeh 

Meridian, MS 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 






Kim Parker 

Jackson, MS 
B.S., Biology 



Tim Parsons 

Pensacola, FL 
B.A., Sociology- 
Anthropology 



Brendan Quigley 

Livonia, Ml 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 






Heather Shelton Elizabeth Smith Sam Sparks 



Mandeville, LA 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration & 
Economics 



Tupelo, MS 
B.A., Theater 



Ashley Weitlauf 

Paducah, KY 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 



Not Pictured: Barrot Lambdin Erin Pelleteri 



Greenwood, MS 
B.S. Biology 



Mackey Sugar 

Shreveport, LA 
B.B.A., Business 
Administration 



New Orleans, LA 
B.A., English 



Matthew Yglesias 

Greenwell Sphngs, LA 
B.S., Biology 



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Amy Loy and 
Jessie Tracy played 

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while visiting Rome. 




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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA: Yolanda Magee, Secretary; Artricia Robinson, Correspondence; Veronica Elbashab, President; Stc 
Ponder, Vice President; Erica Dotson, Publications; (not pictured) Denesha Evans; Amber Hudson; Hinika McDani( 
Treasurer; Shanell Kettle. 



COLORS& "^ Colors are salmon pink and apple green; events 

include sponsoring the Step/Strut Show, Clothes Drive, Up til 
Dawn, Flowers are the Pink Tea Rose and English Ivy 



FOUNDINGDATE January 1 5, 1 908 at Howard University 



MOTTO: Service to all mankind 



ROLL CALL: Scott Colom and Thomas ALPHA PHI ALPHA: Frank Terry 

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COLORS&~' " "' Colors ore black and old gold; Events include 
hosting the 72nd annual regional convention; Mascots are the ape 
and the sphinx; Events include sponsoring ttie Affirmative Action 
Debate, Black History IVlonth Quote of tlie Day 



FOUNDINGDATE December 4, 1 906 at Cornell University 



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



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Treasurer; Deranda Brewer, Recruitment Chair. 



FACTS&^ 27 initiates; Founded April 5, 1 896; Philanthropies 

included Donce-o-thon, Chili Bowl, Shamrock Bowling Team, 
$3,000 raised in Walk-a-thon 

DATES& Fall Party November 1 6; Eleusinian Ball March 22; 

Draft-A-Date April 25 

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I was like shoooo . . . WHAT'S UP? ... 
Puppies! ... Human Vaccuum 
Cleaner ...The TARTS... THE PHANTOM 

voMiTER .. Laudie...Bowschky ... Let's go 
squirrellin'... THE MADAM... I couldn't 
even do the roger rabbit in the fifth grade! . . . 
Biggie, Dino, and Cankles ...you simmer 
DOWN . . . Ka-Ka ... Hook, line, and sinker ... 
Claire, get out of the Cabot pool ... EIC ... Out 
with the OLD, in with the NEW... Erin, 
where's Toy Toy... stalking ... We are 

the party ... Fire Morsliali ... Why is my 
bed wet? ... deer in the headlights ... He's my 

owldoddy! ... ZOOMA ZOOMA... Don't 
monkey out ... The "Jaf . . . Groupies 
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Benoit, Member Development; Lindsey Greer, Risk Management; Michelle Cormier, Academic Development Choir; Natacha 
Touchette, VP Finance; Megan Shaw, President; (2nd row) Allie Gallagher, Treasurer; Emily Ford, Philanthropy; Ashley 
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Emily Schmidt, Sponsor Choir; (3rd row) Hannah Guthrie, Reference Chair; Lauren Michoud, New Member Educator; Lindsay 
Carter, Activities Choir; Heather Gauthier, Alumnae Choir; Natalie Smith, VP Chapter Development; (back) Maureen 
Kampman, Social Events Choir; Colleen McGaw, Continuing Education; Bess Wilson, Delta Underground Chair; Emily 
Presswood, VP Public Relations. 

FACTS& Scholarship Trophy; $6000 to Children's Cancer 

Clinic; First Place Overall Greek Week; $2,000 raised with 3 Up 'til 
Dawn Teams; Bunny Shoestring; Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day 
parties for UMC Children's Cancer Clinic; Tri Delta/St. Jude Week; 
40 members in honoraries; Founded Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 

DATES& Fall Party November 1 0; Stars and Crescent Formal 

April 1 1 ; Family Reunion November 3 

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Where's Natalie? . . . There's a rabbit in the 
mattress and a crawfish in the hallway ... I 
CLEAN MINE! ... It's ATP! ! ! . . . Oops. I 
dropped my fork. Again ... Senior Sitdown at Old 
Venice ... I WANNA GET MARRIED! ... We 
goin', we hardcore ... OUR FAVORITE 
PANSY ...So Chelhr how much water can you 
fit in your hands? ...I want him more than 
Cheerios! ... Straight arms are weird ... 
Baby SUB and bambi oise ... LOVE THOSE 
BOOTS . . . Nice turtleneck . . . One shoe on, 
one shoe off... things are getting crazy ... THE 

SWEETEST THING ... "Mom" ... Block 
Parties ...I will not be THAT girl!! 
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leaving the Cube again ... I SEEN 'iM ... If 

you wanna be a Tri Delta ... Is this 
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Germaine Delay, Treasurer. 



FACTS&-1GURES: Founded January 1 3, 1 91 3; Celebrated it's 90th 
anniversary; Philanthropies included Voice of Calvary Ministries, 
Up Til Dawn, Delta Academy Mentors, Breast Cancer Awareness 
Program, Delta Campus Wide Community Service, Delta STD 
Awareness Program, Pancake Breakfast 

DATES& Back to School Party Jan. 1 8; Delta Movie Night 

March 31 ; Delta Fitness April 1 ; Delta Party; Delta Rho Tau Reunion 
April 5 

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From the window... YEAH! ...Do 
somethin' ... Oops! I forgot ... YOU'RE A PIECE 

OF CRAP... Lemon-sqeeze ... tothe 

WALL..YEAH! ... Lefs hove o slumber party!... THIS 
A/NT NOTHING BUT A DELTA PARTY . . . Love 
y'all ... To be Greek... enough said! ... 
Sorors, do you know what THEY said about us? 

... Motion to close discussion... SECOND! 
...How Ong is til is meeting going to QStv... 

Loved by omegas! Chased by K-A-Psi. Wanted 
BY the Alphas and the Sigmas even try! . . . 
We are the ladies of... FORTITUDE! 

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FACTS&FIGURES: Alpha Mu Chapter founded in 1 894; 1 9 initiates; 
Philanthropies included KD/KA Casino Night, Birdies for Charity, 
Carwash for America, MDA Lockup for Good, Up 'til Dawn, 
Habitat for Humanity, Project Midtown 

EVENTS&PARTIES: Old South, Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound, Luau, 
Rhythm & Blues, Toga Party 

COLORS&MOnO: Crimson and Gold; "DEUS ET LES DAMES" 



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BE IN COLLEGE . . . OsCOr 

Performance . . . she's using 

him for his reputation ... No more 
high school girls ... Clay's date is on the 
bathroom floor speaking French again . . . IT'S 
GAME DAY ... Their chapter meetings 
are like an international summit . . . 
No more Asian rap ... is Preston 

in Franklin or Bocot Tonight? ... The 

trailer park in Pearl? ... Who stole 
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McDonnell, Assistant Treasurer; (back] Joye Cox, VP Membership; Katie Abel, Panhellenic Representative; Kim Petkovich, Vf 
New Member Education; Meghan McCoffery, VP Standards; (not pictured) Betsy Stoby, Secretary. 



FACTS&FIGURE? Founded October 23, 1 897; Colors: Olive Green 
and Pearl White; Mascots: the Frog, Teddy Bear, Nautilus Shell, 
and Dagger; Motto: Let us Strive for that Which is Honorable, 
Beautiful, and Highest; Order of Omega Spirit Award and 
Excellence in Academic Programming Award; Shamrock Project 
raised over $10,000; Girl Scouts of America Troop 465; National 
Women's Friendship Day; Chili Bowl; KA-KA Casino Night 

DATES&PLACES Fall Party, Dynamic Duos, Valentine's Party, Emerald 
Ball, iVlother-Daughter Tea, Father-Daughiter Cook-Out, All Sorority 
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Kiss me on my face ... GOLF CART RIDES 

. . . Party fouls . . . Keep it all in the family . . . HEY 

BOO ... WHERE ARE YOU? ... One for 

my nOmieS . . . McCaffery, can I borrow 
a CD? ... Hey Diddy ... AT LEAST I DON'T SEDUCE MY 
WELCOME WEEKEND BOYS! ... Scholarship's the 
best one to go out on ... RED HEAD 
BOYS ... Cultivating ... Bill Nye ... Goin' 

to Pearl . . . Double oh sea ... CelERY IS KEY . . . 

My dote is taller than yours!! . . . 

Operation Oompa-Loompa is now underway ... 
Batman loves Robin . . . 2 EZ . . . Pretty SUre . . . 

Operation Apple Juice ... What's 
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FACTS&FIGURES 15 initiates; Historical Founding 1400 Bologna, 
Italy; American Founding December 10, 1869, in Charlottesville, 
Virginia; Colors ore Scarlet, White, and Green; Philanthropies 
include KI/XQ Basketball Tournament, KX/OM Van Slam, Adopt- 
A-Highwoy, Stev/pot 

DATES& Ct:^ Summer Rush, Deer & Beer, Founders' Day, Cossa's 
Ball, South Seas 

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Nick, don't do it! ... You fell asleep 
doing what? ...THE GUY IN THE 
SOMBRERO DID IT... Co PI O 

gazelle swim?: ... msisthe 

strongest arm at Millsaps . . . FORGET AREA 
CODES - HOSPITALS COUNT ... Isn't that 
for farm animals? ... SHE KICKED 
HIS BUTT ... Did her brother like your 
acceptance speech? ... I suck because 
my girlfriend cheats on me . . . Hey Jed- 
invent me a hammer ... I SWear 
nothing happened ... Another ONE 

TAKES THE WALK OF SHAME. . . Who IcnCW 

they were friends? . . . Did you tell her 

you're dating someone? . . . YOU PLAY 

TENNIS?! ...I can't tell I'm 
colorblind . . . Hide the evidence, our 
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Treasurer; Laurence Mixson, Rush Choir; (not pictured) Brad Corban, Vice President External; Tyler Burns, Alumn 
Correspondent; Elliot Stamey, Social Chair. 



FACTS&-'3URES-; 1 2 New Associate Members; 27,800 Ibs.of food 
collected for North American Food Drive; $750 for St. Jude's 
Children's Hospital from Watermelon Bust; No appearances before 
IFC Judicial; 1 Bubbly Hot tub for Spring Party 

DATES& Founder's Day, March 22, 1 909; Crescent Ball, New 

Orleans, Winter Formal; Bubble Party; Halloween Party; 
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Nice scooter ... it's whatever 
bro .. . As in life . . . PLEDGE MCVAUGH . . . 

Every man a what? ... Don't 

forget the green ... WE NEED A TOKEN . . . 
Naw, that second one's fake . . . 
COOKIE . . . Sorry sir, you need a pay stub . . . 
/'m gonna go ahead and decline that . . . 
The siren she is ... All he does now is 
work and drink ...WoulDN't THAT JUST BE 

THE GREATEST? ... Nicel/ done! ... ONE 
MINUTE UNTIL I DRAG YOU OUT BY THE 
THROAT ... For God's sake, buy Uncle Tim 

his coffee ... THINK ABOUT IT IP... Incorrect 

. , . You cannot defeat ME! . . . *Snap* 
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Burch, Membership Director; (back) Becky Stephens, Secretary; Alanna Carr, Panhellenic Delegate; Shelby Love, Vic 
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90,98 


Herbert, Nichole 121 


Cutter, Stephen 68, 140, 


Elling, Rob 51 


Gallagher. Allison 65. 70, 


Greenslade, Jeremy 33 


Hernng, Kirbi 121 


14l/f 


Ellingburg, Megan 69 


79, 108, 124, 125 


Greenwood, Robbie 27, 


Harrmgshaw, Katie 72, 98, 


/ 


Elliott, Esther 19. 23, 69, 


Ganesh, Naveen 70 


71, 75. 92, 108, 144, 145 


121, 169 


/ 


87, 109, 149 


Gann. Del 106 


Greer, Lindsay 8, 22, 56, 


Hester, Tray 72, 90, 94, 


^ 


Ellis, Anna 69, 149 


Gardner. Jeffrey 6. 70. 


71. 79, 90, 100, 102, 


133 


Dadlarii, Oujal 68 


Epperson. Amanda 40. 69. 


133 


108, 124, 125 


Hicks, Jason 1, 27, 103, 


Dafe, Oria 68, 74. 104. 


137 


Gardner. Sheena 44. 45 


Greer. Sara 44. 45. 71. 


105, 111 


■ 128. 129 


Erb. Tyler 69, 87, 141, 171 


Gardner-Cox, Sarah 42, 43. 


121 


Highfill. Dick 62 


Daly Emily 68. 98, 125, 171 


Ernst. Loy 69. 1 52 


70.90.98. 121 


Gregory. Allyson 137, 159 


Hildebrand. Emily 72, 121 


Dance, Gayla 62 


Ertz. Allison 69, 98, 125 


Gargoum. Jazmin 37, 70. 


Greig, Matthew 71, 155 


Hilgartner, Laura 36. 37 


Daniels. Julie 61 


Etheridge. Amberely 


81. 92, 93 


Griffin, Eric 62, 98 


Hill, Anna Kathryn 26. 72. 


Darsey Will 6. 68. 97, 98. 


69. 90,98, 108, 125 


Garner. Doug 50, 51, 141 


Guidry, Brandon 60 


121 


107. 110. 133. 171 


Etheridge. Cindy 106 


Garth, Cloyd 46, 47. 55 


Guidr/, Michael 88, 92, 


Hillen. Reed 141 


Dasinger, Emily 68. 125 


Evans, Brooke 52, 69, 75, 


Gaskin, Lindsay 43, 61 , 


155 


Hillgartner, Laura 36. 37. 


Davidson. Frances 68. 


121 


70,94 


Guitreau, Brent 12, 29. 35. 


72,98, 100, 125 


149 


Evans, Denesha 69. 118 


Gauthien Heather 70, 124, 


54, 71. 133. 162 


Hinton, Nick 72, 141 


Davidson, Mandy 68, 115 


Evans. Leonard 69. 102 


125 


Guntherberg. Nicole 121 


Hobbs, Caroline 102 


Davis, David 59 


Evans. Mariana 61 . 69. 


Gaylord, Ryan 70, 106, 


Gupta. Akanksha 3, 18. 23, 


Hobgood, Angela 148 


Davis, Maggie 53 


106. 111. 149. 158 


155 


71, 102, 106 


Hodges. Meredith 72 


Davis, Renae 22, 23. 56. 


Everett, Lauren 61, 69, 81, 


Gee, Lanier 10, 121 


Gupta, Khyati 1, 3, 5, 9, 71, 


Hoekenschnieder. Riley 72. 


68. 106. 170 


90,94,98, 99. 121 


Germany, Meredith 70 


98, 100, 108, 169 


121 


Davis, Sarah 29, 68, 77, 


Exnicios, Amy 69. 101, 149 


Gibson, Don 70 


Guthne, Anny 40. 41, 48, 


Holcomb. Jamie 71 . 72, 


98, 106, 111, 121, 169 


Ezelle, Robert 17. 32, 70, 


Gibson, John 70, 87 


49, 71 


124. 125 


Davis, Tnana 68 


14 V; 


Gibson, Nola 60 


Guthne, Hannah 71. 97. 


Holcomb. Megan 72. 98, 


Day Rebecca 12, 19, 68, 


^; '" 


Gilbert. Andrea 23, 94, 


124, 125 


125 


97. 136, 137 


1 


109 


Guthne, Max 71 


Hollis, Major 8, 72, 133 


Day Ryan 38. 39. 68, 94. 


1 


Gilbert, C017 70, 92 


Gutti, Neelima 71 


Holly Chns 19, 65. 94, 


108 


F^an. Colleen 61 


Giles, Enn 70 


Gutti, Vimala 72. 89. 98. 


133 


De La Vergne. ChaHes 68. 


Fedenco. Meghan 1 5. 70, 


Gilfoil. Beth 10, 70, 121 


169 


Holly Graham 33 


97. 133 


:; 121 


Gillom, Jessica 25, 70. 73. 




Honican. Jennifer 16,70 


Dean. Colquitt 121, 170 


^ermon, Pnscilla 62 


128. 129 




72, 121 


Deanng, Paul 69 


*^Fett. Katie 17. 70. 125 


Gilreath. Rebecca 13. 70. 




Hood. Kellie 72 


Dehon, Enn 30, 31, 54, 70, 


Ficara. Caroline 70 


71, 90, 98, 104, 108, 125 


Hallmark. Chns 39, 72. 141 


Hopkins, Patnck 102 


121 


Figueroa. Ramon 105. 163 


Giorgio. Kellie 5. 71. 108. 


Hamburg, Daisy 52, 53, 


Hopkins, Ted 73 


Delay Germaine 19, 69, 


Finnell. Kimberiy 30. 31. 


137 


83j 121 


Horn, Tmothy 73 


128, 129. 170 


70. 121 


Giunntano. Chnstina 89. 


Hamm. Jennifer 45 


Horna, Amanda 149 


Delong, Natasha 69, 149 


Fisher, Jason 33, 141 


96. 169 


Hammond. Grace 72, 90, 


Houghtaling, Ted 73, 92 


Deng. Simon 69 


Fisher, Julie 70. 137 


Glass. Matthew 71. 155 


121 


Houston. Bnan 27. 73. 94. 


Dessauer, Carly 12. 38. 


Fite. Jamie 132. 133 


Gleason. Conor 71, 133 


Harcrow. Jennifer 72 


99 


39.69. 124, 125 


Fleet. Stephanie 67. 70. 


Gleason, Michael 105 


Hardy Katie 94, 100, 111, 


Hudson. Amber 73. 118 


Dewey Andrea 8, 15, 69, 


100. 125 


Gober, Chen 60 


125 


Huettenrauch. Tina 69, 73 


87. 100 


Fleet. Trey 70. 145 


Goel. Annu 71. 103. 109 


Hargrove. Elizabeth 40 


Hulsey Betty 60, 160, 169 


Dickson. AJ 69 


Fletcher. Blake 70 


Goel. Shikha 18. 71. 90, 


Harmon. Drew 67. 72. 86. 


Hupp, Justin 22, 73, 86. 


Dildy Letha 69 


Fletcher. Devon 12. 70. 


91, 97, 100, 105, 109, 


100. 101 


90.98. 155 


Dodd, Julian 69 


94. 100. 121 


1 11 


Harnngton. John 141 


Hurder, Rose 73. 98. 125. 


Dollacker, Emily 7. 170 


Floyd. Lindsay 70. 94. 1 1 1 . 


Goff. Knsty 71. 98. Ill, 


Hams, Christopher 18,75. 


159 


Dotson. Enca 69. 118 


137, 159 


121. 158. 171 


145 


Hutchins. Wendy 60 


Douglas. Stacey 19. 69. 


Followwill, McKenzie 70, 


Goff. Misty 71, 98, 111, 


Hams, Leah 106 


Hyndman. Patnck 73. 155 


80.97. 137 


98, 108, 125 


137. 158 


Hams, Nash 141 


Hyneman. Mag 73. 103 



index 165 









Lemmons. Sonny 60. 61 . 


Mason. Dana 106 




/m 




169 


Massey. William 155 




^ 




Lenhart. Chat 50. 51. 75. 


Mathews. David 1 15 




1 




1 12. 140. 141 


Mathews. Kellen 76 


• 


f 




Lester. Jessica 11. 22. 27. 


Mathis.TJ. 9. 74. 76. 155 


f 




75. 98. 105. 125 


Mathres. Katy Atkins 115 




f 




Levey Marcie 75. 90. 102. 


Matthews. Baron 76. 154. 


/% /% ^ 


% y^^ j^^ 


/% /• 


125 


155 


^ ^/ 


1 /M IF 


m/^ 


Levy. Mikaela 7, 38. 75. 


Matthews. Chns 35. 76. 155 


f W i 


w i M Ly 


\ 


91. 121 


Mauldin. Britney 30. 31. 76 


# # i 


fy i^_>#y IrO. 


■Wv 


Lewis, Alexis 1 37 


125 


m r i 


l^ %^1/ ^0^ i 


^ V 


Lewis, Charles 59, 61 


Mayes, Kevin 76. 103. 


• 






Lewis, Lee 62 


105. 112 






Liles, Jay 21 


Mayfield. Jim 33 








Liles, Mary Emrey 75, 121 


Mays. Allison 61 


Ignal, Sara 73 


Johnson, Ronnie 74. 140, 


Kirkpatnck, Stephen 16.51 


Lindsay, Bnan 1 33 


Mazzone. Vince 6. 34. 35, 


Ingram. Barrett 73. 99 


141 


Kittrell. Heather 125 


Lippincott, Lauren 8, 26, 


76. 133 


Ingram. Brooke 73. 97. 


Johnson, Shelley 74 


Klinke. Katie 137 


29, 75, 90. 121. 161. 


McCaffery. Meghan 13. 


98 


Johnson. Theon 15. 74. 


Knight. Jessica 74. 90, 


169 


108. 116. 136, 137 


Ingram. Daniel 22. 73. 


100. 105. 152 


97. 103. 107. 108. 109, 


Little. Matt 92, 152 


McCain, Cody 51 


155 


Johnston. Martha 60 


1 14 


Litton, Jeremy 3, 75, 105. 


McCaHey R W. 63 


Irby. Trent 32, 73. 141 


Jones, Amy 21, 74, 1 15, 


Koenig, Chnstine 74, 106, 


155. 158. 159 


McCarthy. Molly 60. 100 


Isbell. Heather 149 


120. 121 


149 


Logan. Ashley 13. 15. 21. 


McClain. Trey 35. 76. 97. 


Italiano. Reglna 61 


Jones. Brandon 141 


Kohut, Betsy 74, 90 


75. 101 


133 


Ivanova. Jivka 24. 73. 89. 


Jones. Jahreese 32. 33, 


Kovalyova, Dana 18, 43, 


Lollar. Joey 75. 141 


McCleave. William 106 


90. 106. 107. 169 


74 


74. 121 


Long. Ann 3. 89. 91. 98, 


McClendon. Lynda 61 


Ivers. Leslie 61 


Jones, Jason 33 


Kregting. Karia 19. 74. 121 


137. 159. 171 


McCollough. Matt 32. 33. 


Ivy. Zandna 64. 73. 121 


Jones, Kim 98, 108 


Krueger. Laura 36, 37, 54, 


Lonng. Helen 2. 8. 48. 75. 


141 




Jones, Kyle 74 


74, 100, 108, 125 


100. 125 


McCollough. Roxanne 105 




Jones, Randall 74. 105. 


Kueven, John 4, 34, 35 


Lono. Jared 21. 75. 144. 


McCoy Amy 40, 41 




152 


74, 92, 155 


145 


McDaniel. Martha 45. 54. 


Jabeen. Linsa 23 


Jones. Russell 61 


Kuhn, Laura 9, 74, 137 


Lotz. Jason 75. 152 


76 


Jabour. Ned 3. 73. 91. 94. 


Jordan. Janice 56 


Kurtts, Claire 38, 39, 74, 


Love. Shelby 92. 100. 148. 


McDaniels. Hinika 1 18 


98. 100, 105. 111. 155. 


Jorden. William 32. 102 


100, 121 


149 


McDole. Becky 38. 39. 


158 


Josef. Jason 74. 80. 155 


Kurtz, Kyhe 9. 48. 74. 


Lowe. Lewis 60. 61 


44. 45. 76. 90. 94. 95. 


Jacks. Holly 149 


Junkin. BIythe 7, 107. 169 


121 


Ley. Amy 19. 75. 95. 98. 


97. 98. 100. 121. 161 


Jackson. Dionne 1 0. 


Jumey. Ron 58 




100. 108. 112. 114 


McDonald. Martha 7. 44. 


40. 41. 63. 73, 90, 94, 






Lucas. Frances 1 1 . 58. 171 


64. 76. 100, 120, 121 


112 






Lumsden. Drew 141 


McDonald. Melanie 45, 76 


Jackson. Lindsey 73. 75. 




Lack. Josh 108 


Luter. Matthew 12. 75. 97. 


McDonald. Vickey 60 


102. 137 


Kahn. Robert 105 


Ladner, Bnttany 48. 49 


108. 115 


McDonnell. Carrie 76. 136 


Jacobson. Kate 9. 18. 73. 


Kampman. Maureen 30. 


Ladner. Josh 1 52 


Lutz. Elizabeth 75. 91. 98. 


137 


90. 98, 102 


74. 124. 125 


Ladner, Tammy 48, 49, 75, 


100. 105. 112. 125. 158 


McElvaine. Robert 63. 103 


Jaeger, Danny 73, 1 55 


Karabelas. John 74 


98 


Lyie. Courtney 5. 76. 137. 


McGaffeny Shatondra 24. 


James. Enca 60 


Kastner Todd 33 


Lambdin. Barrot 23. 109. 


169 


128. 129 


James. George 73 


Keating. Knsten 5. 8. 74. 


1 13. 171 




McGaw. Colleen 76. 97 


James. Knstie 137 


100. 108. 149. 169 


Lambert, Adam 5, 75, 97, 




124. 125 


James. Patnck 60 


Kelley Trey 24. 35. 74. 


132, 133, 171 




McGee. Brett 76. 90. 98. 


James. Ricky 4. 91. 92. 


133 


Lamberth, Eugene 5, 27, 75 


Mabil, Deng 76. 104 


155 


98. 100, 102, 105, 106, 


Kelly. Eleanore 22. 23. 74. 


Lamey, William 75, 141 


MacMaster Anne 26 


McGeehee. Anna Catesby 


154, 155, 158 


98. 100,105. 106. 136. 


Landiy, Jerry 75, 98 


Madden. Rocky 61 


96 


James, Truman 73. 141 


137 


Lang. Dana 61 


Maddox. Kelly 12. 37. 76. 


McGehee. Mandy 29. 48. 


Janovsky, Amy 66. 98. 


Kelly. Tim 74. 141 


Lange. Courtney 60. 61 


100, 102, 137 


70. 76. 83. 89. 93. 98. 


100. 105. 106. 112. 149. 


Kemp. Margaret 74. 82 


Langley. Janet 60 


Maddox, Nathan 155 


114. 125. 169 


159 


137 


Langlois. Justin 10. 33. 


Madison, Joseph 5. 76 


McGuire. Kevin 98 


Jarin. Jason 73. 115 


Kendall, Kyle 145 


140. 141 


Madison. Robbie 68. 76 


McGuire. Sarah Lea 62, 


Jasso. Jennifer 52. 73. 


Kennedy Cliff 51. 141 


Langoni. Christi 24. 42. 43. 


Madjiesi. Elizabeth 64. 94. 


63, 170 


121. 169 


Kettle, Shanell 1 18 


55. 75. 94. 100. 104. 


136. 137 


Mcintosh, Debra 61 


Jefferson. Deondra 86 


Kidder. Barry 51. 74. 155 


105. 108. 136. 137 


Magee. Stan 169 


McKay Nancy 60 


Jeffries. Robin 45 


Kilgore. Matt 74. 108 


Largilliere. Richard 35. 75. 


Magee. Yolanda 117. 118 


McKenzie, Kathenne 121 


Jenkins. Reshonda 73 


Killelea. Bob 107 


85. 133 


Maguire. Kevin 76 


McKeown, James 26, 63 


Jennings. Nicki 73 


Kimbel. Ricara 14, 61, 87 


Larkins. Cynthia 75. 125 


Maisel. Julie 92 


McKnIght, Kelsey 44, 45. 


Jensen. Alan 73 


KimbeHing. Clint 11. 74. 


Larsen. Carolee 42 


Malone. Chandler 54. 84. 


76.90.98. 125 


Jerome. Patrick 64. 73. 


154. 155 


Lasala. Florencia 75 


141 


McLaunn. Edward 68. 76 


114 


Kimmons, Ben 27, 74. 96. 


Lash, McKenzie46, 47. 112 


Malpass. Jessica 10, 76, 


McLeroy Daniel 21. 76 


Jiles. Markeshia 129 


99 


Latham. Viveca 75 


98, 121. 170 


100. 108, 115 


Johnson, Allen 73, 96 


KindlenTodd 50. 51. 74, 


Lawson. Prentiss 51. 75 


Mann. Debora 62. 63. 94 


McMillon, Jimmy 61 


Johnson, Bradley 73, 141, 


141 


Leake. Madeline 75 


Manor. Wanda 60 


McNair, Lucy 125 


145 


King, Bnan 52, 74, 141 


LeBlanc. Justin 46. 75. 141 


Maples. Emily 76. 100. 121 


McNeal. Holly 94 


Johnson, Chnstian 73 


King, Samantha 61 , 98, 


LeBreton. Mignon 75 


Marinello. Damian 76. 145 


McNeese. Carter 76. 145 


Johnson, Daniel 2, 13, 73, 


149 


Lee, Clay 170 


Marsh. Anna 7. 76. 121 


McNeese. Martha 11. 14. 


87, 103, 104 


Kingsafer, Ashley 45, 74, 


Lee, Martha 60, 160. 169 


Marshall. Kacey 64. 76. 


26. 64. 76. 90. 97. 100. 


Johnson, Jewel 74 


108. 121 


Lefavor. Brent 92. 114 


121 


137 


Johnson, Lee 35 


Kinsella. Joe 49 


Legendre, Rick 75, 92, 169 


Marston. Bob 76. 133 


McNeil. Sarah Katherine 


Johnson, Mandy 33 


Kirkpatnck. Clay 74. 90. 


Lehman. Barret 155 


Marston. Matt 16. 76. 97. 


60.86 


Johnson, Percy 61 


102 


LeJeune. Brent 32. 33 


98. 100. 155 


McPhail. Jordan 77. 137 



McRae, David 77. 97. 100. 


Musso. John 78, 141 


Parker, Kim 3, 40. 79, 90, 


Pnmrn, RaShaad 47, 55, 


Rulewitz, Diane 37 


106. 154. 155 


Mylroie, Erik 78, 155 


94.98,99, 108, 113, 


119 


Russell, Andrew 20. 81. 


McRaney. Rebecca 77. 94. 


Mylroie, Leif 35, 78, 155 


125, 158, 159 


Pnvett, Bahen 17, 69, 80, 


83, 152 


125 




Parker, Marion 91 


108, 155 


Russo, Alexis 81 


McSwain. Natalie 61. 129 




Parker. Mansa 38, 79, 


Pruett, Drew 96 


Rutherford, Robert 81, 98, 


McVaugh. James 77. 108. 




124, 125 


Puddister, Virginia 80, 


144, 145 


144. 145 


Nagelin, Jennifer 25, 78 


Parks, Casey 79, 99 


125 


Rutledge, Ross 81. 141 


McVea. Stephens 141 


92. 102, 149 


Parks, Megan 22, 67, 79, 


Pujol, Jennifer 30, 31, 45, 




Mehta. Dolly 149 


Naniihira, Motoi 78, 97, 


121 


75,80, 125 




Melvin. Kristin 67. 77. 121 


169 


Parks, Mike 9, 79, 104, 


Punfoy, Margaret 98 





Merritt. Amanda 105. 121. 


Navarre, Eric 38 


155 


Purser Paul 35, 80, 152 


Sale, Chns 81, 155 


159 


Neely, Katy Morgan 17, 78, 


Parrish, Nicholas 79 


Puivis. Lamonte 46, 47 


SaJnave, Melissa 81, 105 


Messer. Trey 8. 27. 77. 


137 


Parsons, Chnstine 44, 45, 




Samples, Jennifer 137, 169 


155 


Neely Walter 63, 106 


79, 137 




Sampson, Andrew 144, 


Meyer. Lindsey 1 28 


Negandhi, Leta 87, 105 


Parsons, Tim 25, 61 , 66, 


,,— 


145 


Michaud. Lauren 13. 21. 


Nelson, Jessica 78, 99, 


79, 92, 97, 113 


Quigley, Brendan 80, 100, 


Santiago, Liza 61, 81, 89, 


25. 77.90. 97.98. 100. 


148, 149 


Partin, Megan 8, 100, 125 


_102, 108, 113, 172 


94, 106, 169 


124. 125 


Nevins. Robert 94. 105 


Partin, Olivia 79 


Quinlan, Mickey 60 


Santoro, Jana 42. 43. 81. 


Michel. Michael 33 


Newbern, Jeff 52. 53. 78. 


Paschall, Elizabeth 9, 79, 




98. 104. 136. 137 


Miksa, Katie Beth 77. 97. 


155 


125 




Santucci. Bethany 81. 85, 


98. 100. 121 


Newkirk, Tanya 61, 98 


Patel. Jinal 79. 87 




98, 108 


Miller. Brad 33. 54. 133 


Newman, J T 26, 38, 39, 


Patel, Sanna 79, 94, 98, 


Rai. Sandeep 80 


Sasser Callie 48, 81, 125 


Miller. Emily 77 


1 12, 141 


105. 108. 162 


Rainey, Bnttany 80, 121 


Sawyer John 81, 90, 100, 


Miller Greg 63. 98 


Newsom, Hannah 125 


Patterson, Cleveland 100 


Ramer, Jessica 80, 88, 


102, 155 


Miller John 77 


Nichols, Ashley 3, 5, 78, 


Patterson, Isabelle 60 


104, 125 


Sawyer Michael 35, 81, 


Miller Kelly 77. 82. 87. 


80, 99, 137, 172 


Patterson, Jay 155 


Ray, Darby 62, 63, 100 


117, 133 


90.97. 100. 1 14. 136. 


Nichols, Demeria 78 


Pauh, Kevin 63 


Raymond, Stephanie 80 


Scales, Suzanne 25, 68, 


137 


Nicovich, Cnckett 7, 19, 


Paulk, Brad 4, 73, 79, 92, 


Redding, Enn 80 


81, 93, 97, 100, 115, 


Miller. Tarrance 33 


23. 24. 78. 100. 109. 121 


98, 154, 155 


Reed, Bobby 60 


124, 125 


Miller Wayne 60 


Nippes, Marsh 67 


Paulk, Nicole 79, 121 


Reed, Dustane 51, 56, 80 


Scharr Travis 51 , 67, 81 


Millet. Ahsa 77. 149 


Nix, Peter 78, 133 


Payne, Elizabeth 105 


Reed, Trevor 80 


Scheffler, Valene 81, 149 


Misheub. Lauren 108 


Nonnenmacher David 100 


Payne, Kaley 79, 106 


Reis, Stephanie 80, 149 


Schettler Ashley 18, 81 


Miskelly Raigan 60. 100 


Norns, David 78, 90, 94, 


Pedersen. Jonathan 26, 79, 


Renna, Matt 51, 141 


124, 125 


Mitchell. Dalvia 77 


97,98,99, 108, 112 


90, 133 


Reynolds, Danielle 94, 


Schiro, Chns 25, 33, 106 


Mitchell. Jeff 51. 169 


Notvest, Tara 23, 78 


Peede, Jon 60 


149 


Schmidt, Emily 20, 81, 89, 


Mitchell. Jonathan 77 




Pelleten, Enn 79, 113, 121 


Reynolds, Spencer 141 


98, 124, 125, 169 


Mitchell. Julia 77. 98. 100. 




Pennington, Tanya 149 


Rhea, Emily 2, 80, 100, 


Schmidt, Stuart 1, 34, 35, 


120. 121 




Perez, Lola 60, 97, 108, 


125. 161 


54, 81, 133 


Mitchell. Larkin 77. 90. 


O'Beirne, Ryan 78, 132, 


169 


Rhodes. Zack 39. 83, 97. 


Schwartz, Donald 62, 63 


132. 133 


133, 171 


Perez, Stephanie 79 


155 


Searcy, Daniel 81, 152 


Mixson. Laurence 15. 77. 


O'Bnen, Bndget 78, 108 


Perkins, Betsy 60, 86 


Rich. Daniel 155 


Seddelmeyer, Leah 81, 


144. 145. 159 


O'Bryant, Matt 3, 32, 33 


Perret, Hunter 141 


Richard. Kyle 80 


149 


Mizerany. Brad 51 . 77. 


O'Callaghan, Daniel 78 


Perry, Trey 12, 140, 141 


Richter Bill 100 


Seib, Marty 81, 154, 155 


155 


Olds, Elizabeth 12, 15, 78, 


Petkovich, Kim 11, 79, 98, 


Rick, Trey 1,14, 27, 80, 


Sellers, Amy 61, 81, 106, 


Mobley Ottar 77. 97. 152 


92, 97 


1 16, 136, 137 


90, 102 


149 


Mock. Charlie 77 


Oliver, Kyle 19, 133 


Pettigrew, Jaime 79, 124, 


Riethmaier Alan 99 


Sellers, Kelly 25, 81, 100, 


Mock. Patnck 77. 100 


Oliver Nora 38, 54, 78, 92, 


125 


Rinaldi, Tom 35, 80, 155 


101, 115, 125 


Modak. Robika 77. 105. 


94, 97, 98, 108 


Pharr, Lindsey 79 


Rivers, Emily 80, 125 


Selman, Will 16, 51, 81, 


116. 137 


Omo-Bare, Iren 26, 63, 107 


Phillips, Connell 19 


Robert, Jon 33 


140, 141 


Montgomery. Robert 60 


ONeal, Darron 152 


Phillips, Michael 32, 33, 79, 


Roberts, Bo 7, 50, 51, 80, 


Shank, Aldan 77, 81, 98, 


Moody. Colleen 5. 11. 77. 


O'Quinn, Rickey 1 19 


140, 141 


155 


145, 158 


98. 120. 121. 169 


Ordoyne, Jessica 43, 55, 


Phillips, Stuart 50, 51, 95 


Roberts, Monica 80, 106 


Sharbrough, Matt 140, 141 


Mooney. Jed 17. 32. 33. 


61, 78, 109 


Philumalee, Luci 42, 43, 


Robinson, Artncia 118 


Sharp, Chnstina 9, 48, 49, 


140. 141 


Owen. Meg 78. 87. 100 


79, 137 


Robinson, Chns 108, 155 


81, 137 


Mooney. Naffie 37. 48. 49, 




Pickard, Michael 155 


Robinson. Lenora 80 


Shaw, Amelia 81 


68. 75. 77. 100. 121 




Pigott, Meghan 3, 12, 15, 


Robinson. Sarice 40. 41 


Shaw, Megan 22, 81, 105, 


Moore. David 20. 100. 


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76, 79,90,92, 97, 102, 


Rockco. Robin 40. 41. 48. 


124, 125 


152 


Paascli, Valene 78, 97, 98, 


137 


49. 54. 80. 137 


Sheehan, Tim 33 


Moore, Doug 140. 141 


106, 107, 113, 125 


Pilato, Natalie 30, 31, 124, 


Rodriguez. Angeles 


Shela. Boba 300. 301. 400 


Moore. Talisha 77, 97 


Padilla, Mike 61, 92, 145 


125 


63. 105 


Shelton. Heather 81, 113, 


Moreau, Crystal 100, 149 


Page, Brandon 51 


Pilgnm, John 58 


Rogers. Ruthie 80. 125 


125, 159 


Morns, Brandon 32, 33, 


Page, Hannah 57, 96, 97, 


Poe, Enca 79 


Rollins. Daisianette 80 


Sigh, Kiger 8, 81, 102, 


51, 54, 141 


98, 170, 171 


Ponder Stacy 86, 118 


Roman. Jacques 80. 87. 


108, 155 


Morns, Juliana 77 


Page, Jim 50, 51 


Pool, Whitney 18, 79, 137 


145 


Signs, Molly 61 


Morns, Rosalyn 77 


Pahwa, Anjah 78, 98 


Poole, Callie 79, 103 


Rose. Todd 10. 59. 60. 


Simpson, Amanda 81 


Morns, Samuel 1 45 


Paige, Kelly 78 


Porr Cornnne 38, 77, 79, 


169 


Sims, Madeline 81, 108, 


Mornson, Adam 155 


Palen, Joseph 96, 97 


106 


Rosenblatt. Lindsay 


149 


Mornson, Megan 77 


Pande, Reshoo 3, 78 


Porter Logan 121 


12. 78. 80. 100. 108 


Skertich, Ryan 50, 51, 141 


Moss, Anel 77, 94, 95, 


Ranks, Michael 108 


Porter Nicholas 79 


Rowan. Robert 80. 133 


Skinner, Cowboy 61 


105, 128. 129 


Panter, Claire 16, 18, 37, 


Portera, Cameron 79 


Rowan. Scott 33 


Slaieh, Shadia 81, 102, 


Mott. Jared 77, 145 


78, 137 


Powell, Betsy 21, 79, 149 


Rowes. Courtney 137 


137 


Murchison, Julian 97, 98 


Papale, David 18, 51, 78 


Powell, Elizabeth 38 


Rowland, Angie 80, 124, 


Sledge, Rebecca 36, 37, 


Murphy, Yale 78, 133 


Paradise, Jennifer 13, 79, 


Powell, Joe 80, 133 


125 


82, 137 


Murrell, Emily 78, 108 


86, 137 


Powers, Emily 38, 121 


Roy Rishi 14, 81, 97, 1 17, 


Slepyan, Jossie 100 


Murtagh, David 78 


Paretti, Evan 79 


Presswood, Emily 80, 85, 


155 


Sloan, Steve 54, 82, 96, 


Muse, Darin 33 


Parker Brad 79 


90, 124, 125 


Roy, Ryan 61 


140, 141 



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Wagner. Michael 144. 145 


Williamson, Lane 5, 75, 85, 




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90, 94, 98, 102, 108, 




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84. 108, 137 


136, 137, 169 




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Waldrop, Amanda 84, 137 


Willis, Fred 85 


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Waldrop, Gail 61 


Willnch, Andrew 46, 85, 


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Walker Anna 61 


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Walker, Daniel 14, 61, 84 


Wilson, Austin 63, 98 


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Wilson, Ben 51 


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Wilson, Bess 8, 15, 43, 


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55, 78, 85, 98, 124, 125 


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Wilson, Cliff 51 


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Wallace, Bnan 57, 92, 93, 


Wilson, Crystal 85, 108, 








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125 








Wallace, Juliana 16, 44, 


Wilson, Heather 10, 40, 








45. 48, 49, 84, 121 


41, 85, 100, 108 


Smallwood. Laura 125 


Stewart, Jessica 82 


Tice, Meagan 100 


Walter Nicole 11, 80, 84, 


Wilson, Jake 140, 141 


Smallwood. Lesley 125 


Stewart, Ruth 61 


Tierce, Audra 23, 83, 106, 


92, 97, 102, 148, 149 


Wilson, Jennifer H, 85 


Smith, Alicia 82 


Stewart, Tracey 82 


149. 169 


Walters, Becca 43, 55. 84. 


Wilson, Jennifer L. 85, 108, 


Smith. Amanda 1, 20. 82. 


Stewart. Yulon 82. 92. 93. 


Tillman. Ben 83. 90. 97. 


149 


137 


102 


94. 103 


105. 132, 133 


Walters. Webb 141 


Wise. Tim 46 


Smith. Amber 69. 82. 90. 


Stiff. Shandrea 128. 129 


Tlppens, Barbara 106 


Walvoord. Morgan 6. 46. 


Withers, Qumt 85 


98 


Stiltner. Bridget 62. 82. 86 


Tomlin, Steffenie 90, 97, 


84. 155 


Wittie, Joshua 85, 100 


Smith. David 82. 94 


Stone. Geoff 82. 94. 133 


102, 105. 108. 169 


Ward, Angela 84 


Wong, Adryon 17, 72, 85, 


Smith. Dell 82. 92. 155 


Stoner. Jennifer 106. 121 


Toner, Kathleen 12, 61, 83, 


Ward, Matt 84, 92, 155 


92, 100, 102, 120, 121 


Smith. Ehse 63. 87 


Strickland. Julie 82. 98. 


108, 115, 137 


Warren, Tyler 46, 47, 84 


Woods, Alex 61 


Smith. Gina 37. 82. 108 


149 


Tonos, Joe 100 


Watkins, Adam 84, 155 


Woods, Scarlett 71, 85, 


Smith. Leslie 7. 16. 82. 


Strine. Cindy 60. 102. 169 


Topp, Lindsey 83, 125 


Watson, Blake 16 


108, 117, 169 


121 


Stroud. John 3. 46 


Touchette, Natacha 14, 29, 


Watts, Jane 100 


Woodward. David 163 


Smith. Liz 98. 106. 1 13. 


Stuart. Vanessa 149 


83, 108, 124, 125, 169 


Watts, Lee 51, 141 




148. 149. 158 


Sugar Mackey 82, 97, 


Touchstone, Brad 1 55 


Webb, John 60, 61 




Smith. Marc 33 


106, 113, 120, 121 


Townsend, Kenneth 11,61, 


Weber Ashley 14, 15, 30, 


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Smith. Michael 61 


Sullivan, Shirley 100 


79, 83, 90, 91, 98, 100, 


84 


mil JE. Michael 85. 92. 


Smith, Natalie 17. 61. 82. 


Sumrall, Jason 82, 86, 


103, 114 


Webster Doug 84, 105. 


C9^98 


100, 124. 125. 149 


132, 133 


Tracy Jessie 23, 37, 83, 


154, 155 


iYart/ough, Alex 85, 133 


Smith. Richard 59 


Surber, Gloria 82. 105 


94, 96, 98, 114, 149 


Weeks, Sarah 100 


S^. David 52, 53. 78. 85. 


Smith. Sean 155 


Surber. Theresa 61 


Travis, Ryan 95, 115, 155 


Wehby Joseph 35, 67, 84, 


97. 100. 113. 170 


Smith. Spencer 103. 133 


Sutherlin. Bradford 33. 34. 


Treanor, Bryan 1 54, 1 55 


87, 133 


Yglesias. Matt 12. 28. 50. 


Smith, Steve 63 


35. 54. 133 


Trepagnier, Monica 83, 94, 


Weitlauf, Ashley 7, 84, 90, 


51. 113 


Smithson, Sandra 92 


Sutton. Jessica 72. 81. 83. 


128, 129 


97, 113, 117, 125, 158 


Yoste. Margaret 137 


Smyth-Gilbert, Elise 82, 


121 


Tngg, Connie 60 


Welch, Jessica 84, 102 


Young. Barbara 60 


100, 121 


Sy, Brian 13, 83, 94, 105, 


Tnplett, Robert 17, 83, 102 


Welch, Melissa 22, 94 


Young. Mandy 30 


Snyder, Brett 106, 132. 


108 


Tnskova, Jana 52, 53, 105 


Welch, Vance 141 


Young. Randi 13. 85. 149 


133 


Sypniewski, Holly 105 


Tubb. Katye 45, 71, 121 


Welles, Ned 34, 35, 84, 


Young. Reggie 32 


Somes, Meghan 74, 137 




Tucker, Jesse 83 


132, 133 


Young, Walter 92 


Sonnenberger, John 82, 


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Turner, Cecilia 83, 128, 


Wells, Larry 61 




145 


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129 


West, Wayne 64, 84, 152 




Sooter, Jacob 52, 86 


Ifflinen Monica 83 
Jvlor, Daniel 83, 98, 155 
Taylor, Pat 63 


Turner, Lauren 1 37 


Wester Jen 30, 31 


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Sparks, Sam 82, 92, 97, 


Tyler, Bob 61 


Wetzel, Garner 51, 84, 141 


Za^, Vassil 85, 106 


113. 144, 145, 158 


Tyra, John 83 


Whitaker Erin 61, 84, 1 14, 


^^^^ach, Jonathan 23, 85 


Spears, Louis 82, 97 


Tedrow, Shannon 83, 169 




149 


Zeigler, Bea 85 


Spence, Charles 38, 39, 


Tegtmeier, Kristen 102 




White, Shane 60 


Zenden John 56, 85, 133 


106 


Terral, Thomas 83, 155 


1 1 


Whitehead, John 84, 133 


Zinn, Boo 15. 85. 102 


Spencer, John 133 


Terrell, Charles 83 


Jhd^ood, Evan 83, 145 


Whitley, Mary Catherine 


Zirulnik. Zach 72 


Spencer, Jonathan 66, 82, 


Terry, Cindy 83 


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61, 148, 149 




85,98 


Terry, Frank 1 19 




Whittington. Alex 100,154, 




Spivey, Dan 106 


Thames, Amy 83, 137. 170 


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155 




Sporl, Karen 40, 41, 82, 


Thatamanil. John 26. 102 


^n Brocklin. Carr 46. 84. 


Whittington, Amie 84, 106, 




98, 108 


Thaw. Kurt 16. 63 


148, 149, 158 




Staby Betsy 136, 137 


Theilen. Trevor 83. 97. 


Van Hooydonk. Paul 35 


Whittington. Delilah 84. 96. 




Stafford, Sara Catherine 


144. 145 


Vander Schaaf. Meaghan 


97 




82, 136, 137 


Theobald. Lauren 12. 83. 


84. 106. 124. 125 


Wilburn. Erica 100 




Staines, Scott 50, 51 


94 


Varnado. Drew 51 . 141 


Wilburn, Sherr/I 60, 61. 




Stamey Elliot 82, 144, 145 


Thibodeaux. Andy 100 


Vasterling. Tess 84. 124, 


94, 105, 160, 169 




Stanfield, Emily 18. 82 


Thigpen. Jihan 83. 96 


125 


Wiley, Alex 1 06 




Stanford. Claire 26. 81. 


Thomas. Andrew 155 


Vaughan. Randall 51. 55. 84 


Wilkinson, David 61 




82. 121 


Thomas. Mitchell 83 


Villa. Brad 84. 106. 141 


Wilkinson, Ruth 61 




Stearnes. Ricky 34. 35. 


Thompson. Bobby 94 


Vincent. Elizabeth 84. 105. 


Wilkinson, Sarah 84, 101. 




140, 141 


Thompson. Deidra 42. 43. 


117. 125. 171 


108, 109, 137 




Stecklen Shay 82, 98 


55. 83, 105 


Vinson. Gene 63 


Wilkinson, Shane 61 




Steiner, Robert 82 


Thompson, Stephanie 83, 




Wilkinson. Tim 60 




Steinkampf, Michelle 82, 


108 




Williams. Allison 22. 102. 




102, 115, 120, 121 


Thornton, Enn 76, 83, 98, 


Vfadf D^vis 84 


149 




Stephens, Rebecca 82, 


121 


Williams. Chappell 85. 90. 




148, 149 


Thrash, Joe 17, 51, 141 


y!iad'f , Patti 60 


137 




Stewart, Elizabeth 22, 82, 


Thurmond, Angela 61, 149 


Wadlington. Bill 84. 132. 


Williams. Kyle 85, 155 




97, 108, 125, 159 


Thuston, Robert 6, 83, 133 


133. 171 


Williams, Renn 132, 133 





bobashela staff 

editorial 

editor: Christine cherry 
assistant editor: katie herringshaw 

life 

editor: courtney lyle 

assistants: colleen moody, lane 

Williamson, kristen keating, khyati gupta, 

sarah brooks 

sports 

editor: sarah davis 

assistants: lauren lippincott, 

natacha touchette 

people 

editor: deranda brewer 
assistants: sarah brooks, katie henke 

activities 

editor: jivka ivanova 
assistants: Christina giurintano, vimala 
gutti, emily schmidt, mandy mcgehee 

greek 

editor: andrea green 

assistants: sarah benoit, Jordan francis, 

scarlet woods 

ads 

editor: biythe junkin 
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index 

editor: motoi namahira 

photo 

editors: steffenie tomlin, liza 

Santiago, shannon buckley 

assistants: katie brown, jen samples, 

rick legendre, jen jasso, audra tierce 



director of student publications: 

Stan magee 




bobashela staff: inontJ knyati gupta. courlney lyle, katie herMiigsnavv, cnnstine f iierry, anarea green, 
deranda brewer, chnstina giunntano, (back) rick legendre, shannon tedrow. lane Williamson, emily 
Schmidt, sarah benoit. Jennifer |asso, colleen moody, liza Santiago, Stan magee 

acknowledgements 

thanks to: Betty Hulsey, JenniferCasey, Don Fortenberry, Cindy 
Strine, Sherryl Wilburn, Lola Perez, Sonny Lemmons, Mike 
Collins, Todd Rose, Martha Lee, and the Publications Board 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 of Herff Jones 
for in-plant help; Jeff Mitchell for help with sports information; 
students, teachers, and staff for donating pictures and purchasing 
the book. 



shannon tediow 



Courtney lyle, jen samples 




sarah davis, chnstine cherry 



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club BOBA,..what is it called'i' around the tower'?. ..it only takes one squirt of 
air. .that's English by the way...futura is bad. ..the pianist. ..have you climbed 
your tree today?. ..Delilah. ..have you found your soulmate? the computer is 
talking to me? late nights in the YB room 



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Graduation 






Jessica Malpass: 

.-^ Degree- B.A. Spanish 

yi Plans after Graduation- Ole Miss 

Law School 

Best Memory Of Millsaps- Living in 
Galloway the first year after it was 
renovated; nny closest friends lived in the 
same cube. 



David Yeh: 

Degree- B.B.A. Business 
Plans after Graduation- Hoping to 
start a coffee shop in North Jackson 
Best Memory Of Millsaps- Bid Day 

and hanging out with friends 



Aiieen Abate: 

Degree- B.S. Computer Science 
Plans after Graduation- Getting a 
job close to home or maybe applying to 
nursing school next year 
Best Memory Of Millsaps- 
Opening convocation my freshman 
year- I'll never forget the look of 
recognition on my classmates' faces 
while singing the Alma Mater when we 
realized it was the "Dirty Dancing" song. 



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Baccalaureate Speaker: Bishop Clay Lee 
Commencement Speaker: Mr. James Barksdale 
Founder's Medal: Hannah Page 

Frank and Rachael Ann Laney Award: Hannah Page 
Distinguished Professor Award: Dr. Sarah Lea McGuire 



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And when we leave, we will realize the small things will 

stay with us. Then we will understand the saying, "We 

may leave Millsaps, but Millsaps will never leave us." 









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