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Millsaps College 



1701 North State Street 

Jackson, MS 3 9210 

601-974-1000 

http://www.millsaps.edu 




The Life 4 



WHAT WE 



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"This past year was so 
exciting... from Greek life to 
dinner in tlie 'caf, tliere was 
never a dull moment!" 



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Activities 88 



Greek 116 



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Lindsay Rosenblatt 




"Throughout my 
four years, 
Millsaps has 
taught me how to 
balance school 
work with an 
active social life, 
preparing me for 

the work force." 
-Jivka Ivanova 



Editor: Nancy Salloum 
Assistants: Kayla Ouellette 



Jazmin Gargoum, Lauren Bardwell 



Student Life Divider 



Michelle Palmer, Paige Henderson, Mandy McGehee, Sarah Wilkinson, 
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Jen Cornett, Ben Robichaux 




Todd Kindler. Ronald Causey 



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Brooke Wilson 



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Daniel Walker 



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Alessandro Norris, Lorenzo Bailey 



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"You form a 
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bond with all the 

girls." 

-Victoria Gibson 




Editor: Robert Quimby 



Erin Dehon 



Sports Divider 
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ERYC LORINO 

r unning back 



BRANDON MORRIS 

quarterback 




CANAAN FARRIS (25) linebacker 
RONNIE WHEAT (14) defensive back 



TYSON ROY 

running back 




AT A GLANCE 




Tyson Roy and Conell Phillips were namecJ 

to the All-SCAC First Team. 

The Majors shutout the Choctaws in the 

Backyard Brawl 9-0. 

Tyson Roy led the SCAC in rushing 

yards (1046). 

Marshall Brown led the teann in 

tackles (69). 

Tyson Roy had the most touchdowns 

(10) and all-purpose yards (1461). 



(front) Ben Rohichaux, David Cutter, Conell Phillips, J.J. Cilmore; 
(center) Josh I lanna; [back right) Stephen Parr, Cedric Lawrence 



Raymece Savage led the Majors in passing 
yards (658) and completed 51.4% of his 
passes. 




Spoils 



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DEFENSIVE 




Emmitt Johnson 



■ FINAL SCORE ■ 


90 


Mississippi College 


2a24 


Emory and Henry 


ia27 


Belhaven College 


20-18 


Centre College 


7-14 


Rose-Hulman 


7-38 


DePauw 


27-24 


Sewanee 


2ai9 


Rhodes 


21-27 


Trinity 


4 wins • 5 losses 



Football 
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WHITNEY WARRINGTON, RACHEL FONTENOT, AND JEWEL JOHNSON 



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CHARLES GORDON, HEATHER 
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AT A GLANCE 



Ben Robichaux, Skylar Jones, and 

Charles Gordon were the men on the 

co-ed squad that cheered on the 

basketball teann. 

The captains were Heather Wilson, 

Karen Sporl, and Sarice 

Robinson. 

The team attended UCA camp at 

the University of Alabama to 

prepare for the year. 



(front) Darby Turman; (2nd row) Penny Bailey. Karen Sporl. 
Ashley Urauner. Rachel Fontenot. Beth McKay. Emily 
McCoin: {3rd row) Wliitney Warrington. Kim Henry, Anna 
WelLs, Beth Sadler, Ashley Harris, Jewel .lohnson. Heather 
Wilson; {buck) Rachael Joe, Sarice Robinson 



The squad performed at the 
homecoming game, cheered at all the 
home football and basketball games, 
and traveled to Rhodes to cheer on the 
IViajors. 




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MAJOR 




SARICE ROBINSON 
BETH SADLER 



WHITNEY WARRINGTON, ASHLEY PENNY BAILEY 
HARRIS, RACHEL FONTENOT, AND 
ANNA WELLS 

Cheerleading 
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MAJOR 




CARLY DEWEESE 



PAM BEIDLEMAN 
KATE ANDERSON 



HANNAH Mcknight 

KATE ANDERSON 



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{front) katherine burch, kate anderson, murray petersen, rachel 
mixson; (back) emily maples, the major, nancy salloum, hannah 
Mcknight, and susan mixson 




KEELIE BROOM, RACHEL MIXSON, EMILY MAPLES, MURRAY 
PETERSEN, SUSAN MIXSON, KATE ANDERSON, KATHERINE 
BURCH, HANNAH McKNIGHT, AND NANCY SALLOUM 



NANCY SALLOUM 

HANNAH Mcknight 



MURRAY PETERSEN 
SUSAN MIXSON 




AT A GLANCE 




The captains for the team were Murray 
Petersen and Kate Anderson. 
The group practiced every Sunday 
through Wednesday from 7:30 - 9:00 to 
prepare for their halftime shows. 




IVIajor Impressions consisted of 13 
women, and they performed at halftime 
of the home football games and at pep 
rallies. 

■ The squad went on a social 
outing together and helped new 
students move in during Welcome 
Weekend. 



(front) Carly Deweese. Kate Anderson. Murray Petersen, 
Katherine Burch: (middle) Pam Beidleman. Keelie Broom, 
Hannah McKnight, Nancy Salloum; (back) Emily Maples, 
Rachel Mixson, Susan Mixson, Hannah McKnight, Nancy 
Salloum 



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SAM NELSON 

defender 



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AT A GLANCE 




Domenick Dipaolo led the Majors in 

saves (72) and had 10 against 

DePauw University. 

Elliott Houston scored 3 goals against 

LA College Men. 

Sam Gay was named to the All- 

SCAC Third Team. 

Ben Buckner led the team in 

goals (4) and points (8). 



(front) Sam Gay. Leif Mylroie. Brent Blackburn, Lee Emery, 
Lee Pharr. John Kellogg, Michael Sawyer; (middle) Ned 
Welles, Heath Smith, Stuart Schmidt, Joseph Ingram. Oghale 
Ighoavodha, Jake Milner. Domenick Dipaolo, Sam Nelson. 
Kyle Shuford, Alan Kebert; (fcacA') John Kueven, Franklin 
Childress, llenn.' Hilario. Greg Groglio, Sean Hampton, Ben 
Buckner, Brett Bennett, Joseph Wehby, Brad Goodwin. Elliott 
Houston 



Heath Smith and Brett Bennett started 
in all 18 games. 

The team completed its first season on 
the new state-of-the-art Sprinturf field 
donated by a former Millsaps athlete. 



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DRIBBLING 







Ben Buckner 



OGHALE IGHOAVODHA 

midfielder 



SAM NELSON 

defender 



FRANKLIN CHILDRESS (4) defender 
LEE JOHNSON head coach 

Men's Soccer 
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I FINAL SCORE | 

3-2 Blackburn College 

0-4 Principia College 

00 LeToumeau Univ. 

6-0 Louisiana College 

1-3 Trinity College 

03 Southwestern Univ. 
1-9 DePauw University 
1-3 Rose-Hulman IT 
2-1 Huntingdon College 
0-5 Belhaven College 
0-4 Centre College 

04 Univ. of the South 
50 Delta State Univ. 
0-1 University of Dallas 
0-3 Hendrix College 
06 Rhodes College 
1-4 Mississippi College 
1-5 Oglethorpe Univ. 

5 wins • 21 losses • 1 tie 



KICKING 




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AMANDA PASCHALL 

forward 



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JULIA FELL 

defender 



BRENNA BUSSART 

midfielder 



JESSIE TRACY 

midfielder 




AT A GLANCE 



Elise Diffie led the team in 
goals (6) and points (13) and 
also had 2 game winning goals. 
Brenna Bussart was named to 
the All-SCAC Third Team. 




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IVlary Raines had the most saves (103). 

Amanda Paschall scored 3 goals 

against LA College Women. 

Kristen Barrios had 20 saves against 

Mississippi College. 

■ Amanda Paschall, Jessie Tracy, 
Julia Fell, Valena Scott, and Gina 
Smith started all 17 games for 
the Majors. 



(front) Julia Fell. Elise Diffie. Amanda Paschall. Emily 
Ainsworth. Kristin Barrios; (middle) Candace McLaughlin. 
Gina Smith, Callie Roth. Lauren Rochelle, Valena Scott. Kate 
Klobucar. Mary Raines: (back) Coach Paul Van Hooydonk, 
Sarah Kocher. Jessie Tracy, Brenna Bussart. Kaycee Wright. 
Emily Carlson. Merrie Carol Angell 



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CARLY DESSAUER 



LESLIE FRESE 





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ADRYON WONG 



JILLIAN COMPTON 




AT A GLANCE 




Five members of the Men's team finished 
in the top 25 of the IVIillsaps Invitational. 
Carly Dessauer was named to the All- 
Regional Team for the second straight year. 
Carly Dessauer and Adryon Wong finished 
first and second in the Millsaps Inviational. 



Adryon Wong and Carly Dessauer tied for 
the fastest time on the Women's squad 
with runs of 19:36. 

Ray Yeates led the Major Men at the USM 
Invitational (24:19), the Millsaps Invite 
(31:00), and the Rhodes Invitational (30:17). 




Carly Dessauer. l\y Settlemires. Becky McDole. Ali Dry. Nora Oliver. Adryon Wong. Ray Veates. Michael Yablick. Skyler Jones. Richard Jones. Jason Jarin, Ryan Day 
Jessica Brown 

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RUNNING THE 




P l FINAL SCORri m 

Men's Cross Country 

9th USM Invitational 

Millsaps Invitational 
Rhodes Invitational 
MC Invitational 
MSU Invitational 
SCAC Tournament 
Women's Cross Country 
13th Rhodes invitational 
7th SCAC Tournament 



Cross Country 
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FROM SET 




■ FINAL SCORE || 


0-3 


Belhaven 


3-1 


Loyola 


3^ 


Mississippi College 


3-1 


Xavier 


4 Wins 


Rhodes Tournament 


1W-3L 


Division #1 


2W-3L 


Jacl(Son State Univ. 


0-3 


Loyola 


3W-2L 


Cross #1 


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Belhaven 


2W-2L 


Division #2 


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Mississippi College 


3W-2L 


Univ. of Texas-Tyler 


4W-1L 


Cross #2 


24 wins • 15 losses 



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ERIN DEHON setter 

JENNIFER BRASWELL middle blocker/outside hitter 




SSIDY BAKER setter, KIM FOX outside hitter, and COLLEEN 

LLY outside hitter 



ASHLEY WEBER 

outside hitter 



JENNIFER BRASWELL 

middle blocker/outside hitter 




AT A GLANCE 




Ashley Weber was named to the All-SCAC 
Second Team, and Colleen Kelly was 
named to the All-SCAC Thrid Team. 




Ashley Weber led the team in kills (394) 
and had 229 of them in conference games. 
Erin Dehon led the Majors in assists (1122) 
and also served the most aces (42). 

■ Jennifer Braswell had the most solo 
blocks in conference play (11) and 
overall (13). 

■ Ashley Weber led the squad in digs 
(527), and 280 of those came in 
conference games. 



(front) Katie Brown, Kim Fox, Ashley Weber, Cassidy Baker; 
(middle) Michelle Smith. Katie Wages, Jennifer Braswell. Sarah 
Exiey; (back) Coach Jamie Burns, Keisha Keyes, Renee Green, Liz 
Blanche, Colleen Kelly, Jennifer Pujol, Erin Dehon, Margaret Dykes 



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DRIVING TO 




■ FINAL SCORE ^ 


77-86 


Louisiana College 


51-71 


Mississippi College 


5038 


Rust College 


68-79 


Crichton 


5064 


Loyola University 


4S65 


Belhaven 


69-65 


Oglethorpe 


63-71 


Loyola University 


63€6 


Rose-Hulman 


6365 


DePauw 


9&61 


University of Dallas 


6575 


Sewanee 


57-54 


Centre 


71-65 


Rust College 


66-70 


Oglethorpe 


7066 


LaGrange 


71-83 


Rhodes 


5749 


Hendrix 


67-64 


Trinity 


5065 


Southwestern 


7069 


Rose-Hulman 


67-64 


DePauw 


62-65 


Sewanee 


6469 


Centre 


69«4 


Trinity 


9 wins • 16 losses 



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LORENZO BAILEY 

guard 




LER WARREN guard 
ONTE OSCAR guard 



SANDRO NORRIS 

forward 



DEONTE OSCAR 

guard 




AT A GLANCE 




Junior Tyler Warren led the Majors in points 
(315) and averaged 12.6 points per game. 
Rodney Rogan led the team in rebounds 
with 112. 
Tyler Warren had the most steals (39) and 




assists (80). 

Sandro Norris had the most blocked shots 

(10). 

Carr Van Brocklin had the highest field goal 

percentage (.619) in conference play. 

■ Tyler Warren had 
the highest free 
throw percentage 
in conference 
games (.854). 

(front) Roscoe Forch. Lorenzo Bailey, 
John Childs. Tyler Warren, Rob Davis, 
Deonte Oscar, Justin LeBlanc, Brad 
Greenhaw: (back) Carr Van Brocklin, 
Marc Rauschuber, Morgan Walvoord, 
Sandro Norris. Daylon Carroll, Ross 
LeBlanc, Rodney Rogan 



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MIRANDA ROSAR forward 



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89-50 


Judson College 


46-50 


Mississippi College 


5361 


Gustavus Adolphus 


46-57 


Consolation Wittier 


7a57 


Huntingdon College 


67-64 


Oglethorpe 


62-59 


LSU-Shreveport 


65-56 


Rose-Hulman 


31-72 


DePauw 


61-38 


University of Dallas 


51-63 


Sewanee 


6047 


Centre 


59-58 


Rust College 


52-59 


Oglethorpe 


5063 


LaGrange 


47-60 


Rhodes 


52-64 


Hendrix 


6369 


Rust College 


62-85 


Trinity 


59-53 


Southwestern 


57-71 


Rose-Hulman 


64-57 


DePauw 


5361 


Sewanee 


72-76 


Centre 


47-73 


Tnnity 


10 wins • 15 losses 



Sheefia Gardner 



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JILLIAN COMPTON 

guard 




(IE STURGIS (guard), JILLIAN COMPTON (guard), MIRANDA 
VR (forward), SHEENA GARDNER (guard), KELSEY 
<IGHT (guard 



LESLIE FRESE 

forward 




AT A GLANCE 




In the first game of the season, Senior 
guard Jillian Compton scored her 1,000th 
point as a Lady IVlajor. 
IVIartha IVlcDaniel led the team in points 
(294), and averaged nearly 12 points a 




game. 

Sara Greer led the team in assists (57), 

and Miranda Rosar had the most rebounds 

(174). 

Martha McDaniel had the most steals with 38. 



(front) Megan Alderson, 
Amanda Arcement, 
Caitlin Doyle, Sara 
Greer. Jillian Compton, 
Sheena Gardner, 
Assistant Coach 
Jennifer Hamm; (back) 
Coach Robin Jeffries, 
Debbie Sturgis, Leslie 
Frese, AH Sturgis, 
Krystle Holliday, 
Miranda Rosar, Martha 
McDaniel, Kelsey 
McKnight, Kalea 
Hardwick 



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CONFERENCE 




■1 FINAL SCORE H 


7-2 


Mississippi College 


104,104 


Rhodes College 


5-11 


Mississippi College 


a4 


Southwestern Univ. 


12-16.7-6 


Souttiwestem Univ. 


&0. 17-1 


Rust College 


121, &0 


Hendrix College 


11-1 


Hendrix College 


11-9, 8-12 


LaGrange College 


24^,104 


Rhodes College 


16-2 


Rhodes College 


6-7 


Belhaven College 


18-1 


Tougaloo College 


102,7-10 


Trinity University 


3-7 


Trinity University 


23-3 


Tougaloo University 


144 


IL Wesleyan Univ. 


6-5 


Belhaven College 


&0, 12-1 


Hendrix College 


7-14 


Mississippi College 


11-17, 4-1 


Trinity University 


1-5 


Belhaven College 


7-8. 1-5 


LaGrange College 


2-8. 413 


Southwestern Univ. 


5-13,&0 


Louisiana College 


102.9« 


Emory University 


13« 


Mississippi College 


SCAC Tournament | 


16-7 


Depauw University 


13-1 


Sewanee 


5-2 


Trinity University 


4-3 


Trinity University 


33 wins • 15 losses 



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outfield 




SHERWOOD COLETTE 

center field 



DOUG GARNER 

pitclier 




AT A GLANCE 




The Majors went undefeated in the SCAC 
Tournament and had a record 8 players nanned 
to the Tournament Team: Hunter Abrams, 
Garner Wetzel, Ryan Skertich, Ben Wilson, John 
Pacillo, Doug Garner, John Fox, David Hutzel. 



SOUTHERN COLLEGIATE 
ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 




Garner Wetzel was named D-3 National Hitter 
of the Week in late March. 
In a complete game win over Trinity, pitcher 
Doug Garner moved into first place in career 
wins in the SCAC (29). 

■ Ryan Skertich had the most hits (66), 
RBI's (59), and stolen bases (22). 

■ Junior pitcher Todd Kindler had the best 
record at 8-1. 

(front) Ronnie Wheat, Cape Bell. Jason Hadley. Nick Crawford, 
Taylor Jones, Ronnie Causey, Brad Mizerany, Derrik Boland, 
Barkley Wedemeyer, Hunter Abrams: (middle) Luke Morrow, 
Brandon Ingram. John Pacillo. Ryan Skertich, Nicky Prather. Quinn 
Salmon. Michael Worobel. Stuart Wood, Joe Blades, Jay Hollenbeck, 
Sherwood Colette: {back) Coach Jim Page, Randall Vaughn. David 
Hutzel. Garner Wetzel, Tal Hendrix. Hunter Owen, Joseph Thrash. 
Todd Kindler, Rob Elling, Doug Garner. James Slater. John Fox. Ben 
Wilson. Assistant Coach Cody McCain 



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PLAYING WITH 




NAFFIE MOONEY 

right field 



SARAH FLEMING 

pitcher/designated hitter 



CRYSTAL BENDER 

center field 



Sports 
50 



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BRITTANY LADNER 

catcher 








RENEE GREEN 

shortstop 




JOSIE MANLEY 

third base 




AT A GLANCE 




Senior Sarah Fleming and freslinnan 
Amanda Stevens were named to the 
All-Tournament First-Team as 
designated hitter and first baseman, 
respectively. 




With a win over Stillman, head coach 
Joe Kinsella saw his 100th victory. 
The team went 9-3 against other 
opponents in the SCAC. 
Josie Manley, Crystal Bender, and 

Christina Sharp all tied for the 

most hits (41). 
■ Crystal Bender led the team in 

home runs (3). Josie Manley had 

the most runs batted in with 32. 



(front) Amanda Stevens. Lakyn Britt, Jesica Samson, Ivy 
Settlemires: (middle) Jessica Clincy. Victoria Gibson. Kylie 
Kurt. Renee Green. Christina Sharp, Josie Manley. Bird 
Hardvvick; (back) Coach Joe Kinsella, Brittany Ladner, Cr>'stal 
Bender. Naffie Mooney, Tammy Ladner. Kati Fleming, Rick 
Fremin 



Softball 



51 



POWERFUL 




BROCK NEWMAN 



Spiirls 
52 



JAC CHAPMAN 




ri 


FINAL SCORE ■ 




Women's Tennis 




&o 


Tougaloo College 




7-2 


Tougaloo College 




6-3 


Dillard 




&0 


Rust College 




24 


Dallas Baptist 




6-3 


Gulf Coast CC 




a5 


Rhodes College 




0-5 


Centre College 




as 


Hendrix College 




1-8 


Mississippi College 




0-5 


Belhaven College 




8-1 


Hinds CC 




1-8 


Oglethorpe 




0-9 


Univ. of the South 




6 wins • 8 losses 



HILLARY HAMBLEN 



JOHN KUEVEN 




AT A GLANCE 



Russell Turley had the best record at 
#1 for the men (5-4), while Katie 
Anderson had the best #1 record for 
the women (8-9). 
Russell Turley and Wes Hill had the 




best #1 doubles record for the men (2-1). 
Sadler and Triskova-Melia were 
undefeated in #2 doubles play for the 
women (3-0), as were John Kueven and 
Jeff Newbern for the men (2-0). 

■ Katie Anderson was named to the 
All-Tournament Team for the 2nd 
straight year, and Russell Turley 
was named an honorable mention 
on the All-SCAC Team. 



(front) Leslie Frese, Sara Greer, Mia Cowgill, Katie Anderson, 
Hillary Hamblen, Jenn Jasso, Beth Sadler, Kelsey McKnight, 
Jana Melia: (back) Coach Scott Pennington, Brock Newman, 
John Kueven, Jonathan Giurintano, Travis Scharr. Aaron 
Frommeyer, Russell Turley, Wes Hill, Michael Puckett, Jeff 
Newbern 



Tennis 



53 



HOOTING FOR 




iPE^'^ 









Drew 
McDowell 





p i FINAL SCORE~^ 

Men's Golf 

5lh Louisiana College Inv. 
4th SAU Invitational 
3rd MC Invitational 

Women's Golf 

4th Rhodes Invitational 



CHUCK GRAYBEAL 



MICHAEL AMEEN AND 

DREW Mcdowell 



MICHAEL AMEEN 



Sports 
54 



CHUCK GRAYBEAL, DANIEL RICE, MICHAEL AMEEN, AND DREW McDOWELL 



%'?f4 




DANIEL RICE, COACH SCOTT ESSEX 



DANIEL RICE 




AT A GLANCE 




Chuck Graybeal finished the Mississippi 
College Invitational strong with three 
birdies in the last four holes. 
The men finished one stroke out of 2nd 
place at the Mississippi College 




Invitational. 

Betsy Powell and Dorothy Lanier posted 
the best scores at the Rhodes 
Invitational and helped the women's 
team take 4th place overall. 

■ Betsy Powell posted a final score 
of 197 at the SCAC Tournament 
and a team leading 205 at the 
Spring Hill Invitational. 

■ Freshman Drew McDowell shot 
the best score for the men at the 
SCAC Tournament (+11). 



Daniel Rice. Drew McDowell, Chad Tobler. Chuck Graybeal. 
Michael Ameen 



Golf 



55 




Justin LeBlanc 




[front] Karia Kregting, Callee Cosby, Megan 
Felker' (''^'^''l Emily Robertson, Kaitlin Brown 



Amanda Arcement 



Katie Wages 



Album 



Renee Green 





Kelsey McKnight 






All Sturgis 



Jonathan Giurintano 



Morgan Walvoord, Roscoe Forch, Rodney Rogan Emily Carlson 



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Nick Crawford 



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PEOPLE 




Hannah Guthrie, Suzanne Scales 




Don Fortenberry, Shelby Love 




Drew McDowell, Beth Sadler 



...talk 

"I like the small 
campus because I 
am able to 
recognize 
everyone. It gives 
me a sense of 
community, 
almost like a 

family bond." 

-Terrel Sugar 



Editor: Leah Strickland 



People Divider 
59 



Frances 
Lucas 

'President 
of the 
College 




Cabinet 




Dr. Richard Smith 

Senior Vice President & Dean of the College 



People 
60 




fs. Louise Burney 

;e President for Finance 



Dr. David Davis 

Associate Dean of Arts and Letters 




Dr. Ken Harmon 

Dean of Else School of Management 






Is. Ann Hendrick 

ian of Admissions & Financial Aid 



Dr. Brit Katz 



Mr. Charles Lewis 



Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students Vice President for Institutional Advancement 




f r. Todd Rose 

;e President for Campus Services 



Ms. Patti Wade 

Director of Communications 



NOT PICTURED 

Mr. Ron Jurney 

Athletic Director 

Dr. Tim Ward 

Assoc. Dean of Sciences 



Cabinet 



61 




Mi 




HAC Staff: (/rowtjjosh Flegel; (2iid row) Ciiuly Striiie, Denise 
Gonsalves; (3rd row) Cassandra Alston, Jason Linsenmeyer; (back) 
Kristen Kinsella, Kelly Melton • 




Student Affairs: f/rowf; Jason Linsenmeyer, Tonya Craft, Don Fortenberry, Amy 
Morris, Kelly Melton; (2iui row) Betty Coleman, Janet Langley, Ellen Trappey, 
Kendrick Schetter, Vickey McDonald, Betty Hulsey, Richard Fremin; (3ril row) 
Cindy Strine, Ife Fitzgerald, Brooks Brower, Cody McCain; (hack) Shenyl Wilbum, 
Scott Pennington, Paul VanHooydonk, Georgianna Martin, Joe Kinsella, Brian 
Emory, Martha Johnston, Jim Page 



People 



62 




Don is the kind of person wo will be at Millsaps 
forever. He has made the kind of impact on our 
campus that will carry on far longer than any of us, 
so that when our children's children are at 
Millsaps, they will not only physically see the 
difference Don has made on campus, but they will 
still be able to feel his spirit and energy, which are 
a large part of what keeps Millsaps going, 

Andrea Dewey 



'^fr" 





\ \ 




1987 




V? 




The most wonderful 
thing about Millsaps is 
the caring, stimulating, 
and engaged commu- 
nity. It alw^ays pressed 
me to grow and to strive 
to make the world a 
better place. 

Don Fortenberry 



Dr. Don Fortenberry 

Retires after decades of service 



staff 
63 



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Dr. Sarah Armstrong 

I'rofc'sior of Bioh^- 
Dr. Kamilla Bahbahani 

Associate I'rufcssor uf Eiliimliaii 

Dr. Diane Baker 

Associate Professor of Mtiiuigeinent 

Dr. William Bares 

Assistant Professor of Computer Science 

Ms. Elizabeth Beck 

Assistant Professor, Lilmirian 



Dr. James Bowley 

Associate Professor of Religious Stucties 

Dr. Kristen Brown 

Associate Professor ofPliilosopliy 

Ms. Gail Buzhardt 

Language Lab Director 

Dr. Connie Campbell 

Associate Professor of Matlwmatics 

Dr. Claudine Chadeyras 

Assistant Professor of French 



Dr. Cheryl Coker 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Dr. Tim Coker 

Professor of Music 

Dr. Catherine Freis 

Professor of Classics 

Dr. Peter Friis 

Professor of Matliematics 

Dr. Stan Galicki 

Assistant Professor of Geology 




People 



04 



^ *- I f-^ ^ 




Dr. Patrick Hopkins 

Assuckiti' I'lvfcssor of I'liilosopliy 
Dr. Wolfgang Kramer 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Dr. Christopher Lawrence 
Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics 
Dr. Lee Lewis 
Assistant Professor ofClieniistry 
Dr. Robert McElvaine 
Professor of History 



Dr. Sarah McGuire 

Associate Professor of Biology 
Dr. Greg Miller 
Professor of English 
Kelly Mueller 
Professor of Art 
Dr. Walter Neely 
Professor of Finance 
Mr. Robert Nevins 
Associate Professor of Biology 



Dr. Kristen Tegtmeier Oertel 

Professor of History 
Dr. Iren Omo-bare 

Associate Professor of Politics 

Dr. Lynn Raley 

Associate Professor of Music 

Dr. Darby Ray 

Associate Professor of Religious Studies 

Dr. Hollis Robbins 

Associate Professor of English 



Dr. Connie Schimmel 

Associate Professor of Education 

Dr. Donald Schwartz 

Associate Professor of Computer Science 

Dr. Robert Shive 

Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science 

Dr. Elise Smith 

Professor of Art 

Dr. Steve Smith 

Professor of Religion 



Dr. Kristina Stensaas 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 
Dr. Gene Vinson 
Assistant Professor of Education 
Dr. Austin Wilson 
Associate Professor of English 
Dr. Suzanne Woodard 
Assistant Professor ofPsyclwlog)' 








♦ 







IR. STEVE SMITH 



DR. JAMES MCKEOWN 



Faculty 



65 



Katie Abel, SR. 

Christopher Achee. JR. 

Haley Adams, SR. 

Justin Adidsson, SR. 

Reena Ahuja, JR. 

Emily Ainsworth, SO. 



Elizabeth Albert, PR. 

Megan Alderson, FR. 

Antoinette Alexander, FR. 

Leah Alford, SO. 

Wardah All, JR. 

Taylor Allee, FR. 



Michelle Allen, FR. 

Molly Allen, SR. 

Reade Alpaugh, SO. 

Michael Ameen, FR. 

OmAmin, JR. 

Carl Anderson, SR. 



Kate Anderson, SO. 

Katie Anderson, JR. 
Seneca Anderson, SO. 

Kayla Anthony, SR. 

Amanda Arcement, FR. 

Laura Arcuri, SO. 



Anthony Atchison, JR. 

Madeleine Baber, FR. 

Anansa Bailey, FR. 

Lorenzo Bailey, R. 

Trey Bailey, JR. 

Beth Ann Baker, FR. 



ASHLEY OLIVER 



^ 





Cassidy Baker, FR. 
Gwendolyne Ballard, FR, 
Carle Balton, SO. 
Patrick Barb, SR. 
Lauren Bardwell, JR. 
Katie Barlow, SO. 



Kristin Barrios, SO. 
Nerma Basic, SR. 
Maggie Baumgartner, SO. 
Jennifer Baynham, SR. 
Derek Beaushaw, JR. 
Carmen Beck, FR. 



Pam Beidleman, SO. 
Stephen Belden, JR. 
Michael Bell, SO. 
William Bell, FR. 
Jon Belllsh, ffi. 
Crystal Bender, SR. 



Brett Bennett, SR. 
Karling Bennett, FR. 
Sarah Benolt, SR. 
William Benton, FR. 
Catherine Benvenutti, JR. 
Jay Biedenharn, SR. 



Robert Biedenharn, FR. 
Doc Bllllngsley, SR. 
Patrick Black, SR. 
Jamie Blackmon, SR. 
Margaret Blair, FR. 
Hamilton Blanton, Sr. 



BETH SADLER 



Jenny Blount, SO. 

John Boettcher, FR. 

Joanna Bonds, FR. 

Matthew Bonneau, FR. 

Nathan Booth, FR. 

Elizabeth Boteler, FR 



Sarah Bounds, SO. 


'dfe 




Freddie Brackin, FR. 


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Mariey Braden, SO. 


U \ 


\ 


Courtney Bradshaw, FR. 




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Glennye Bramlett, FR. 


wL : 


1. 


Jennifer Braswell, SO 


M ^ 


^ 




Ashley Brauner, JR. 

Lakyn Britt, FR. 

Adam Broadwell, SO. 

John Brooks, JR. 

Haley Brown, SR. 

Jessica Brown, JR 



Katie Brown, SR. 

Marshall Brown, SO. 

Mattie Brown, FR. 

Emily Bruser, JR. 

Jay Buck, SO. 

Katherine Burch, SR 



l'ci)l)lc 



6» 



Coleman Carlisle, SR. 
Emily Carlson, SR. 
Bjorn Carlsson, FR. 
Katie Carmon, FR. 
Daylon Carroll, FR. 
Lindsay Carter, SR. 



Joseph Cascio, SR. 
Matthew Casteel, Jr. 
Sarah Castille, FR. 
Jason Caswell, FR. 
Ronald Causey, FR. 
Crandall Cavitt, FR. 



Brian Chadwick, FR. 
David Chandler, FR. 
Louise Chandler, SR. 
Shruti Chandna, SR. 
Casey Chiasson, SR. 
Arlene Chiemprabha, SR. 




BRAD MIZERANY, TYIER WARREN 



MAGGIE MORGAN 



Students 



69 




Celeste Collins, SR. 

Scott Colom, SR. 

Gina Colon, JR. 

Jlllian Compton, SR. 

Louis Conley. FR. 
Meghan Connor, JR. 



Charity Cook, FR. 

Kathivn Cook, FR, 

Lacey Cook, SO 

Erika Cooksey, R 

Margaret Cooper, SR, 

Brad Corban, JR, 



Chris Corkern, SR. 

Michelle Cormier, SR. 

Jen Cornett, SR. 

Callee Cosby, SR. 
Courtney Costello, SO. 

Sarah Cowan, JR. 



Nick Crawford, SO. 

Mary Catherine Crews, Sr, 

Henry Crosby, SO. 

Jolie Cross, FR. 

Erika Cruz, JR, 

Michael Curren, FR 



Pconic 



70 




Ashley Davis, FR. 
Elizabeth Davis, SO. 
Rob Davis, FR. 
Ryan Day, SR. 
Charles De La Vergne, SR. 
Paul Dearing, JR. 



Maiy Deaton, FR. 
Erin Dehon, SR. 
Meaghan Derrick, FR. 
Holly Dickens, SO. 
Elise Diffie, FR. 
Kyle Doherty, FR. 



Emma Doineau, SO. 
John Douglas, SO. 
Joshua Dov»ner, FR. 
Joey Doxey, JR. 
Caitlin Doyle, SO. 
Jennifer Drew, JR. 



Alexandra Diy, FR. 
Lynn Dudinsky, FR. 
Jason Eastlack, JR. 
Cat Edwards, SO. 
Veronica Elbashab, SR. 
Erin Elliott, R. 



Anna Ellis, JR. 
Austin Emmons, FR. 
Amanda Epperson, JR. 
Ley Ernst III, SR. 
Allison Ertz, JR. 
Sarah Exiey, FR. 




KELLY MADDOX, RANDI CLINE 



STUART SIMON 



Students 



71 




Chrissie Faust, FR. 

Meghan Federico, JR. 

Megan Felker, FR. 

Julia Fell, FR. 

Kathryn Fenstermaker, FR. 

Ashley Ferguson, R. 



Katie Fett, SR 

Trey Reet, JR 

Sara Reming, SR, 

McKenzie Followwill, SR, 

Brandon Fontenelle, JR 

Rachel Fontenot, FR 



Roscoe Forch, ffi. 

Emily Ford, SR. 

Kim Fox, SO. 

Brittany Foxx, FR. 

Chrystal Francis, SR. 

Jordan Francis, SR. 



Michael Franklin, SO 

Leslie Frese, SO 

Chris Fultz, FR 

Allison Gallagher, JR, 

Sarah Gardner-Cox, SR 

Lindsey Gaskin, SR 



People 



72 



Rebecca Gilreath, SR. 
Kellie Giorgio, JR. 
Jonathan Giurintano, FR. 
Ryan Glasgow, FR. 
Michael Gleason, SO. 
Alexa Golliher, SR. 



Brad Goodwin, FR. 
Sara Goodwin, FR. 
Charles Gordon, JR. 
John Gorham, FR. 
Brandon Goza, FR. 
Laura Grantham, FR. 



Renee Green, SO. 
Brad Greenhaw, JR. 
Lindsey Greer, JR. 
Sara Greer, SR. 
Curtis Griffin, SO. 
Tiffany Grimes, FR. 



Mimi Grissom, FR. 
Gregory Groglio, R. 
Sarah Guenther, FR. 
Hannah Guthrie, SR. 
Vimala Gutti, JR. 
Christina Hale, SO. 




William Hardin, FR. 

Drew Harmon, JR. 

Holly Harmon, FR. 

Andrew Harris, SO, 

Ashley Harris, SR. 

Chris Harris, SR. 



Danielle Han/ey, FR. 

Brandon Haynes, SO. 

Tralane Haynes, SO. 

Scott Hays, SO. 

Nikki Hebert, JR. 

Paige Henderson, SR. 



Emily Henke, FR. 

Michael Henke, SO. 

Kimberly Henty, SO. 

James Henson, SR. 

Camille Herman, SO. 

Katie Herringshaw, SR. 



Trey Hester, JR. 

Ashley Hewitt, FR, 

Liz Higgins, SO. 

Henry Hilario, FR. 

Emily Hildebrand, JR. 

Anna Kathryn Hill, JR. 



Jeremy Hinton, FR. 

Riley Hoekenschnieder, JR. 

Robert Hogan, FR. 

Jamie Holcomb, SR. 

Megan Holcomb, JR. 

Amanda Holland, FR. 




NICK CRAWFORD 



BAHEN PRIVEn 




KRISTEN KEATING, JONATHAN SPENCER 





PAIGE HENDERSON, ELEANORE KELLY 




Jay Hollenbeck, FR. 
Kfystle Holliday, FR. 
Major Mollis, JR. 
Sumner Holmes, SO. 
Ryan Hooper, SR. 
Graham Hopkins, FR. 



Alyce Howe, FR. 
Alisha Hudnell, SO. 
Tina Huettenrauch, SR. 
Katie Hughes, SO. 
Jeremy Hunter, FR. 
David Hutzel, FR. 



Meg Hyneman, SR. 
Brandon Ingram, FR. 
Jivka Ivanova, SR. 
James Iverson, FR. 
Zandria Ivy, SR. 
Holly Jacks, SR. 



Thomas Jackson, SO. 
Kate Jacobson, JR. 
Jason Jarin, JR. 
Jennifer Jasso,SR. 
Matthew Jeffries, FR. 
Rachael Joe, FR. 



Christian Johnson, JR. 
Elizabeth Johnson, FR. 
Theon Johnson, JR. 
Amy Jones, SR. 
Daniel Jones, FR. 
Hewitt Jones, SO. 



ASELA ROBERTS 




75 



Nicole Jones, FR 
Sharra Jones, FR 
Skyler Jones, FR 
Narissa Juitt, SO, 
Angelique Juneau, FR. 
Kristen Keating, JR, 



Alan Kebert, FR 

Jennifer Keith, SR 

John Kellogg, FR, 

Colleen Kelly, SO, 

Eleanore Kelly, SR, 

Margaret Kemp, JR, 



Kyle Kendall, SR, 

Keisha Keyes, SO, 

Chad Killcreas, FR, 

Claron Kim, FR, 

Clint Kimberling, SR, 

Ka'trevia Kirk, FR, 




People 



7(i 




Dorothy Lanier, FR. 
Cynthia Larkins, JR. 
Florencia Lasala, JR. 
Rebecca Lasosl<i, SO. 
Viveca Latham, JR. 
Cedric Lawrence, FR. 



Ross Leblanc, FR. 
Jessica Lester, SR. 
Marcie Levey, SR. 
Lauren Lippincott, JR. 
Katelyn Littlejohn, SO. 
TJ Loehn, FR. 



Ashley Logan, SR. 
Helen Loring, JR. 
Jared Lorio, SR. 
Walton Lott, FR. 
Chelsea Lovitt, FR. 
Matthew Ludlum, SO. 



Courtney Lyie, SR. 
DengMabil,JR. 
Matthew Mabry, SR. 
Kelly Maddox, SR. 
Nicholas Madison, FR. 
Robbie Madison, SR. 



Amy Madjiesi, FR. 
Elizabeth Madjiesi, SR. 
Cody Mahaffey, FR. 
Ravi Mangal, FR. 
Emily Maples, JR. 
Marcus Marinello, JR. 




.M 



VICTORIA GIBSON, JASON LINSENMEYER 








''"'90? * 




CAlilE SASSER, AMANDA MAYO, KELSEY MCKNIGHT 





RESHOO PANDE 



Students 



77 



Anna Marsh, JR. 

Matt Marston, SR. 
Allyn Mattalino, FR. 

Krissy Matte, SO. 
Danielle Mayer, SO. 
Amanda Mayo, SO. 



Meghan McCaffery, SR. 

Brent McCarty, SO. 

Emily McCoin, FR. 

Rebecca McDole, SR. 

Drew McDowell, FR. 

Mandy McGehee, SR. 



Kim McGowan, SO. 

Marlena McKay, JR. 

Erin McKewen, FR. 

Michael McKinney, SO. 

Hannah McKnight, SO. 

Kelsey McKnight, JR. 



Candace McLaughlin, FR. 

Edward McLaurin, SR. 

Daniel McLeroy, SR. 

Eileen McMillan, SO. 

Lacey McMillin, JR. 

Ashley McPhail, SO. 



John Russell McPherson, FR. 

James McVaugh Jr., JR. 

Leslie Merritt, SO. 

Lauren Michaud, SR. 

Katie Beth Miksa, JR. 

Eric Miller, FR. 



NANCY SAILOUM 
I 



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People 



78 




Kelly Miller, SR. 
Tarrance Miller, SR. 
Alisa Millet, SR. 
Liz Mitchell, SO. 
Rachel Mixson, SO. 
Susan Mixson, SO. 



Brad Mizerany, JR. 
Felicia Mo, FR. 
Colleen Moody, SR. 
Nafshiya Mooney, SR. 
Maggie Morgan, SO. 
Juliane Denton Morris, SR. 



Rosalyn Morris, JR. 
Benjamin Morvant, R. 
Lavon Moulder, SO. 
Yale Murphy, JR. 
Emily Murrell, JR. 
Elijah Myrick, FR. 



Kathiyn Nalley, FR. 
Jessica Nelson, SR. 
Sam Nelson, FR. 
Jeff Newbem, JR. 
Crickett Nicovich, SR. 
Alessandro Norris, FR. 



Tara Notvest, SR. 
Faith Ashley O'Brien, SO. 
Tyler O'Hara, SO. 
Elizabeth Ofem, FR. 
Ashley Oliver, FR. 
Nora Oliver, SR 



LINDSEY GREER 



Students 



79 



Nyaboke Omwega, R. 

Deonte Oscar, FR. 

Kayla Ouellette. SO. 

Hunter Owen, FR. 

Margaret Owen, SR. 

Anjali Patiwa, JR. 



Michelle Palmer, FR. 

Reshoo Pande, SR. 

David Papale, JR. 

Everett Paradise. FR. 

Anirudh Pareek, FR. 

Evan Paretti, JR. 



Robert Parrott, FR. 

Christine Parsons, JR. 

Jon Parsons, FR. 

Amanda Paschall, So. 

Sarina Patel, SR. 

Jonathan Patterson. R. 



John Patton, FR. 

Robin Perry, MBA 

Trey Perry, SR. 

Kim Petkovich, SR. 

Jaime Pettigrew, SR. 

Paul Pettitt, FR. 



Jenny Phalen, SO. 

Lindsey Pharr, JR. 

Conell Phillips Jr., JR. 

Meghan Pigott, SR. 

Marcy Pilate, FR. 

Mike Pope, FR. 



SHELLY JO JOHNSON. BEADIE ZEIGLER 







People 



no 



Marianne Portier, SR. 
Elizabeth Powell, JR. 
Emily Powers, SR. 
Emily Pfesswood, SR. 
Leyton Proctor, PR. 
Robert Quimby, FR. 



Laura Rabalais, FR. 
Jessica Ramer, SR. 
Stesha Rampersad, FR. 
Kelly Rasmus, SO. 
Marc Rauschuber, FR. 
Beverly Ray, FR. 



Monica Reible, SO. 
Jackie Rezk, SO. 
Daniel Rice, SO. 
Kyle Richard, SR. 
Lindsey Richardson, FR. 
Steven Richardson, JR. 



Thomas Richardson, FR. 
Alan Riethmaier, SR. 
Debbie Rigney, FR. 
Tom Rinaldi, JR. 
Asela Roberts, FR. 
Margaret Roberts, FR. 




Emily Robertson, SO. 
Ben Robichaux, SO. 
Sarice Robinson, JR. 
Lauren Rochelle, Fr. 
Lauren Roddie, FR. 
Abigail Rollins, SO. 



Jacques Roman, JR. 

Miranda Rosar, JR. 

Claire Rose, SO. 

Lindsay Rosenblatt, SR. 

Callie Roth, FR. 

Angle Rowland, SR. 



Tyson Roy, SO. 

Alexis Russo, JR. 

Robert Rutherford, JR. 

Elizabeth Sadler, FR. 

Puja Sakhrani, FR. 

Nancy Salloum, SO. 



Quinn Salmon, FR. 
Jessica Samson, FR. 
Jessica Sanford, SO. 

Jana Santoro, SR. 

Raymece Savage, FR. 

Michael Sawyer, JR. 



John Sawyer, SR. 

Suzanne Scales, SR. 

Travis Scharr, JR. 

Ashley Schettler, JR. 

John Schettler, SO. 

Stuart Schmidt, JR. 



Ivy Settlemires, FR. 

Bryan Sexton, SO. 

Christina Sharp, JR. 

Tracy Shipley, FR. 

Danny Siefker, FR. 

Kiger Sigh, JR. 






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COLEMAN CARLISLE 



NICOLE JONES 




CHARLES GORDON, BILLY LAMEY, TOM BREZINA . 





htism' 



JIVKA IVANOVA 



People 




Agnieszka Sikora, SO. 
Stuart Simon, SO. 
Amanda Simpson, JR. 
Madeline Sims, SR. 
Ryan Skerticli, SR. 
Kevin Slark, SO. 



Josh Sledge, FR. 
Grace Smart, FR. 
Amber Smith, JR. 
Anna Smith, SO. 
David Smith, SR. 
Gina Smith, SR. 



Holly Smith, FR. 
Melanie Smith, FR. 
Michelle Smith, FR. 
Robert Smith, FR. 
David Smolkin, FR. 
Chris Spear, SO. 



Louis Spears, JR. 
Brenna Spell, FR. 
Jonathan Spencer, JR. 
Karen Sporl, SR. 
Chris Stahl, FR. 
Elliot Stamey, SR. 



Claire Stanford, JR. 
David Steinvtfinder, SO. 
Becky Stephens, SR. 
Robert Stephens, FR. 
Christina Stewart, SO. 
Jessica Stewart, JR. 



SARINAPATEL 




Julia Stewart, SO 

Mark Stewart, FR 

Cody Stockstill, FR 

Geoffrey Stone, SR 

Leafi Strickland, FR, 

Ali Sturgis, SO 



Debbie Sturgis, SO, 

Terrel Sugar, FR, 

Eric Sumrall, FR, 

MarkSurber, FR, 

Jessica Sutton, JR, 

Timothy Paul Tackett Jr., SO, 



Cari Taylor, SO. 

Daniel Taylor, SR. 

Caitlin Tew, FR. 

Trevor Theilen, SR. 

Jifian Thigpen, SR. 

Andrew Thomas, JR. 



Bradley Thompson, FR, 

Erin Thornton, SR, 

Ben Tillman, JR, 

LindseyTopp, SR, 

Natacha Touchette, SR, 
Jessica Tracy, SR, 



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Russell Turley, SO. 
Travis Tutor, FR. 
Evan Lee Underwood, SR. 
Karen Uphaus, FR. 
Petra Vackova, FR. 
Laura Valentine, FR. 



Meaghan Vander Sctiaaf, SR. 
Ivana Ventic, FR. 
Courtney Vowel!, SO. 
Jim Wadlington, SO. 
Katie Wages, ffi. 
Patrick VKaites, SO. 



Amanda Waldrop, JR. 
Nina Walker, FR. 
Sam Walker, FR. 
Thomas Daniel Walker, SR. 
Brian Wallace, SR. 
Nicole Walter, SR. 



Angela Ward, SR. 
Matt Ward, SR. 
Whitney Warrington, FR. 
Heniy Waters, SO. 
Charlotte Watkins, FR. 
Jonathan Webb, FR. 



Ashley Weber, JR. 
Doug Webster, SR. 
Barkley Wedemeyer, FR. 
Evan Weems, FR. 
Anna Wells, FR. 
Cheisi West, FR. 



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MARGARET COOPER, JACOB WILSON 



KATE JACOBSON 



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Steven Whatley, FR. 

Robert Whitacre, SR. 

Brittany White, FR. 

Jacob B. White, FR. 

Jacob C. White, FR. 

Mary Whitley, SR. 



Ashley Wilbourn, SO. 
Sarah Wilkinson, SR. 
Jordan Willett, FR. 
Cory Williamson, FR. 
Lane Williamson, SR. 
FrecJ Willis, FR. 



Andrew Willrich, JR. 

Brooke Wilson, SR. 

Heather Wilson, JR. 

Jake Wilson, SR. 

Milan Winnard, SO. 

Quint Withers, SR. 



MacDougall Womack, FR. 

Adryon Wong, SR. 

Neil Woodall, FR. 

Trey Woods, SO. 

Harrison Wool, FR. 

Michael Worobel, JR. 



Kaycee Wright, FR. 
Michael Yablick, JR 

Brad Yakots, SO. 

RayYeates, FR. 

Charles Young, SO. 

Ryan Zagone, FR. 



Bea Zeigler, SR. 
Keyuan Zhang, FR. 




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People 



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Rebecca Lasoski 



Sarina Patel 



Ryan Hooper 



Shruti Chandna 



Album 





J. p. McVaugh 




Randall Jones, Penny Bailey 




Sarah Exiey, Katie Wages 



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ACTIVITIES 

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Katherine Burch 




Kelly Mueller, Jolle Anna Cross 



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"With a wide variety 
of organizations on 
campus, there are 
plenty of 
opportunities to 
gain leadership 
experience. You 
can't truly 
experience 
Millsaps fully 
without becoming 

involved." 

-Randall Jones 



Editor: Jessica Curry 
Assistant: Tammy Ladner 



Kim Petkovlch, Stacey Douglas, Leslie Frese, Jessica Tracy 



Activities Divider 
89 




Noble 



"The most rewarding 
thing about Habitat 
for Humanity is 
knowing that you are 
helping someone in 
need and seeing the 
joy on their face." 

^Pam Coleman 



STARIEVENTS 



UP 'TIL DAWN 

Raising Money for St. Jude's Cliildren's Hospital 

The group sent letters and made phone calls to 
sponsors for pledges to help find a cure for cancer. 
They raised over $20,000 in the all night event. 

CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM 

Focusing on the needs of ttie community 

The team organized volunteers to v^ork at Stewpot 
Community Services, Bethlehem Center, Operation 
Shoestring, Gleaners, the Save Lids to Save Lives 
Drive, and Delta Delivery. 

CIRCLE K 

Making a difference for the young and old 

The group sponsored the annual Salvation Army Angel 
Tree and an Easter egg hunt for children in Operation 
Shoestring. They also played cards with residents at 
Orchard Retirement Community. 




Efforts 




la Ellis: proofreading in tlie Writing 
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J.P. McVaugh, Tiffany Hammond, Penny Bailey: Habitat for Humanity build 



Nobble EITorts 




Tiffany Hammond, Shenien Brown, Cheisi West: 

a partnership for § drug-free ameri 




Shee na Gardner ea rth day 



PHILANTHROPIES 



CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

Raised money for Homeless Shelter of 
Catholic Charities and for Our House 

BETA BETA BETA 

Worked on the Stocking Stulter project 
with the Salvation Army 

BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

Collaborated on events with Major 
Productions, SBA, Alpha Phi Alpha, and A 
Partnership for a Drug-Free Mississippi 

C.A.L.L.S. 

Co-sponsored Delta Delivery with CMT 



Nathan 
Booth 

saving a life 



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Jessica Ramer: backstage during nunsense 



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Michael Guidry, Andrea Dewey: Ihe night 
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ACTORSHONORS 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA AWARDS 

Cameo Award: John Ortis as the Bellhop {Lend Me a 

Tenor) 

Best Supporting Actress: Margaret Roberts as Sister 

Mary Amnesia {Nunsense) 

Best Supporting Actor: Michael Guidry as John 

Thoreau (The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail) 

Best Leading Actress: Jessica Ramer as Mother 

Superior, Mary Regina {Nunsense) 

Best Leading Actor: Matt Ward as Henry Thoreau {The 

Night Thoreau Spent in Jail) 

Freshman Award: Jacqueline Coale 

Backstage Award: Shelby Love 

Frank Mains Award: Billy Dubuisson 

Mitchell Award (Player of the Year): Catherine Edwards 

Alpha Psi Omega Award: Mike Padilla 

Best Show of the Year: Nunsense 

The P\ays:The Complete Works of William Shakespeare 
(abridged); Antigone; Nice People Dance to Good 
Country Music; The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail; The 
Toad Prince; Lend Me a Tenor; Nunsense 

Senior Projects: Jazmin Gargoum, 
Guidry, Celeste Collins 




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"Don't be afaid to 
audition because you 
will nniss wonderful 
opportunities to play 
character roles that 
allow you to grow." 

'^Jacqueline Coale 




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j^i^ Seneca i)iicierson, Hannah McKnight: Earth Day 

"In MCA, I loved I I 

meeting people and ' ' 

getting to know aspects ISS^RHB ^r-^ r\4^ 

of their culture. It is MBB^^f^^^^'" j \J\J\ 

important to know ~ 

other cultures as well 
as sharing my own." 

*- Fred Willis 





Alisa Millet : reading the weel<ly news 



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lima Patel: Dwali peifomer 



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Affairs 



WORLDVIEW 



ELECTION DAY 

First chance to vote for many 
In a close election, President George W. Bush 
defeated yet another opponent, Senator John Kerry 
from Massachusetts. It was the first time for many 
students to be concerned with mock debates, voter 
registration drives, and absentee ballots. 

BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

Fundraising for Sudan 

The Black and White Social raised $200 to support 
the efforts of the Lost Boys of Sudan. 

DIWALI 

A Millsaps First 

Dawali, the Indian Festival of Lights, was celebrated in 
November. It included traditional clothing, food, and 
dance. 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS 

Dealing with worldwide issues 

The group went to a regional conference in Atlanta and a 
national conference in New York City. 




Robichaux, Drew Harmon: presidential debate 





PURPLE & WHITE STAFF 



DIT DOTS 

I'm sorry, I heard you say, "I'm starting 
to like gonorrhea." 

You're having a bad day. 

I am gonna have a bad day 4 years. 

Well, the TV was on -VHl was drinking 
with me. 

If 1 make them too campy, it will remind 
them that I'm gay. 

So, how's the family? I'm just making 
small talk. 



Kyle Doherty: researching stoiy ideas for the P&W 



Global Affairs 
95 






If trilffAsela RoVts: MCF 




Religious 




Crickett Nicovich, Ashley Wilbourn, John McPherson: Wesley 
Fellowship 



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Ramsey Wise: Glorify God Bible 
study 



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Activities 



SACREDLIFE 



CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM 

Ministering and providing information 

The Campus Ministry team sponsored the Welcome 
Weekend Ice Cream Social, Bunny Shoestring, 
Santa Shoestring, Chapel Services, The Seeking 
and Understanding series, Midtown Project, AIDS 
Awareness events. Human Rights forums. Advent 
and Maundy Thursday services, CHALLENGE, 
Devotions and Thoughts for the Day. 

CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

involvement in the community 

The Catholic Student Association held activities with 

various Jackson area Catholic Youth Organizations; 

including a Confirmation class at St. Richard Parish; 

Diocesan Retreat Team Participants and 

Facilitators. 




Marley Braden, 
Drew Harmon: 

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I love that Millsaps 
has groups for 
people of many 
different faiths. And 
all are inclusive and 
inviting, enhancing 
the concept of 
community!" 

'^Lindsey Greer 

Bahen Privett, Emily Maples: Canterbury worship services 

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hn Gorham, John Douglas, Andrea Dewey: Wesley Felllowship 



Religious Activities 
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Trey Rick, Doug Moore: registratiolf 




Academic 





Michelle Palmer: sculpting with wii 



Activities 



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STANDOUTS 



AWARDS DAY PROGRAM 

Art History Award: Carly Dessauer 

Art Award: Edward McLaurin 
English Award: Alexa Golliher and Kimberly Hogan 
Latin Award: Andrew Harnnon and Lacey Cook 
History Award: Jamie Holcomb and Erin Thornton 
French Award: Lauren IVIichaud 
Bishop's Medal: Jacob Wilson 
Religious Studies Award: Matthew IVIarston 
Creative Writing Award: Chrystal Francis 
Music Award: Margaret Cooper 
Biology Research Award: Ryan Day. 
Beta Beta Beta Award: Jessica Tracy 
Chemistry Research Award: Natacha Touchette 
Education Award: Kelly Miller 
Geologist Award: Angela Pell 
Mathematics Award: William Pruett 
Physics Award: Thomas Walker 

Psychology Award: David Hooper, Alexis Lewis, Nishad Jabeen 
Sociology Award: Sarah Gardner-Cox 
Anthropology Award: Doc Billingsley and Jessica Lester 
Social Science Award: Jessica Lester 
Accountant Award: Jillian Compton 
Investment Award: McKenzie Followwill 
Finance Award: Jivka Ivanova 




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"Millsaps makes it 
easy for you to find 
yourself and who you 
want to be because 
classes never come 
up short and choices 
are always aplenty." 

'^Jason Jarin 



Michelle Cormier: stuiiai teacher 





an Pitts, Jennifer Pujol: history group project 



Academics 
99 





Excellence 



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Daniel Walker 

love Award 




Patrick Black 
Paige Henderson 




Casey Parks laney Award 

Ryan Day Founders Medal 

Paige Henderson Fortenberry Award 




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100 




Hall of Fame 



101 



Kathryn 
Abel 

l| Economics 



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Memphis, TN 
Career goal: 

Economist 




Sarah 
Benoit 

Business 
Adminstration 
Baton Rouge, MS 
Career goal: 

Marketing 





^ Hamilton 
Blanton 

Business witin a 
concentration in 
Finance 

Lawrenceville, NJ 
Career goal: 
Southern Senator 





Patrick 
Black 

English 
Weir, MS 
Career goal: 

Organizational 
Development 




Katherine 
Burch 

Chemistry 
Baton Rouge, LA 
Career goal: 

Pharmacist/ 
Pharmaceutical researcher 




Who's 



Who 




Fred 
Carlisle 

Spanish 

Holly Springs, MS 

Career goal: 

Lawyer 




Scott 
Colom 

English/ History 
Columbus, MS 
Career goal: 
Lawyer/ politician 



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Jillian 
Compton 

Accounting 
Gardendale, AL 
Career goal: 
Forensic Accounting 



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Shruti 
I Chandna 

Biology 
\ Psychology minor 
Pearl, MS 
Career goal: 

Pediatric Dentist 



Michelle 
Cormier 

History 
Lafayette, LA 
Career goal: 

History Professor 




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Carly 
Dessauer 

Art History 
Folsom, LA 
Career goal: 

College Professor 



Sarah 
Gardner-Cox 

Sociology 
Austin, TX 
Career goal: 

President of a Non- 
profit organization 



Alexa 
Golliher 

English 
Paducah, KY 
Career goal: 

Law School 




Rebecca 
Day 

Political Science 
IVIadison, IVIs 
Career goal: 

Scientist 




Ryan Day 


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Biology 

Springfield, LA 
Career goal: 

Cancer therapy/ 
research 




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"You cannot help but learn nnore as 
you take the world into your hands. 
Take it up reverently, for it is an old 
piece of clay, with millions of 
thunnbprints on it." 

~John Updike 





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Paige 
Henderson 

Political Science 
Ripley, TN 
Career goal: 

Law School/ Divinity 
.School 



Tina 
Huettenraucli 

Music with a piano 
concentration 
Markkleebery,Germany 
Career goal: 
music cognition/ 
psychology of must 






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Veronica 


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Chemistry 
Business minor 
Hattiesburg, Ms 
Career goal: 

Dentist 



Robert 
Ezeiie 

Math/ Philosophy 
Jackson, MS 
Career goal: 

Philosophy 
Professor 




Jazmin 
Gargoum 

Theatre/Political 
Science 

Long Beach, MS 
Career goal: 

Political Consultant 



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History 


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Birmingham, AL 


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Jivica 
ivanova 

Political Science/ 

German/Finance 

Sofia, Bulgaria 

Career goal: 

to positively influence 

world development 



Who's Who 



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Zandria Ivy 

Psychology 
Tupelo, MS 
Career goal: 

Education Policy 




Becky 
McDole 

Biology 

Birmingham, AL 
Career goal: 

Pharmacist 




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Crickett 
Nicovich 

Political Science 
Starkville.MS 
Career goal: 
Undecided 




Eleanore 
Kelly 

Economics/ Spanish 
Memphis, TN 
Career goal: 

to always have a 
good work ethic 



Kelly 
Maddox 

Biology 

Spanish Chemistry minor 

Paducah, KY 

Career goal: 

Dentist 





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Matt 
Marston 

Religious Studies 
Memphis, TN 
Career goal: 

Seminary 



Who's 

Who 



Lauren ^|P 
Michaud 

French/ Business 
Administration 
Baton Rouge, LA 
Career goal: 




Music/Marketing 
Industry 


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Elizabeth 
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Theatre 


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Olive Branch, MS 


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Broadway Performer 

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John Kueven 

Business/ Religious 
Studies 
Meridian, MS 
Career goal: 
Hospital Administratoi! 



Nora Oliver 

: Art History 
Long Beach, Ms 
Career goal: 

Physician 




Mandy 
McGehee 

Biology 
Liberty, MS 
Career goal: 

FBI Forensic Lab 
Director 




Kelly Miller 

Business 
Adminstration/ 
Elementary Education 
Hammond, LA 
Career goal: 
Undecided 




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Sarina 
Patel 

Psychology 
Clinton, MS 
Career goal: 

Nurse Anesthetist 



Jol 
Sawyer 

Political Science/ 
International Relations 
Gulfport, MS 
Career goal: 
Peace and Justice 
Work 





Jessica 
T^acy 

Biology 

Business/Classics/ 
Chemistry minor 
Hendersonville, TN 
Career goal: 
Veterinary Medicine 





Reshoo 
Pande 

Accounting 
Greenwood, MS 
Career goal: 

Tax Attorney 




Casey 
Parks 

English 

Alexandria, LA 
Career goal: 

Journalist 






Meghan 
Pigott 

Anthropology 
Brandon, Ms 
Career goal: 

Graduate School 



"What lies behind us and what 
lies before us are tiny matters 
compared to what lies within us." 

''Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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Daniel 


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Walker 




Physics/ Math 
Scant City, AL 
Career goal: 

Industry/College 
Professor 




Jessica 
Ramer 

Elementary 
Education/Psychology 
Jackson, TN 
Career goal: 
Elennentary School 
Administration 




Suzanne 
Scales 

Psychology 
Meridian, MS 
Career goal: 

Speech and 
Language Pathology 



Sarah 


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Wilkinson 


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Socoiogy 
Coppell, TX 
Career goal: 

Public Policy in the 
Non-Profit sector 


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Business 
Adminstration/ 
English 
Laurel, MS 


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Attorney 


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Cordova, TN |^H 


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Who's Who 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



Members: (front) Brett Bennett, Jessie Tracy. Lindsey Gaskin, Sarina Patel, (2nd row) 
Jeff Newbern, Bijal Patel. Kelly Maddox. (3rd row) Florencia Lasala. ShrutI Chandna, 
Michael Yablick, (4th row) Gunter Cain, Nerma Basic. Brad Greenhaw. (back row) 
Ryan Day, Becky McDole, Randi Cline. Jason Eastlack, Andrew Adams 
Officers: President Sarina Patel, Vice President Jessica Tracy, Treasurer Lindsey Gaskin 



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Members: (front) Brad Corban, Shruti Chandna, Jazmin Gargoum, Shelby Love 

Sarah Wilkinson, (middle) Sec. Cat Edwards, V.P John Douglas, Ashley Davis, 

Celeste Collins. Pres. Lauren Bardwell, Elizabeth Olds, (back) John Yargo, Trey 

Fleet, Billy Dubuisson, Michael Guidry, Matt Ward, Steven Richardson, Brent 

Lefavor 

Purpose: To strengthen and promote the theatre arts; to develop the skills 

necessary to achieve unified productions as a group of artists. 



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Members: (front; David Papale. Amberely Ethendge. Cynthia Larkins. Sarah 
Gardner-Cox, Jivka Ivanova. Reena Ahuja, Jessica Stewart, Jacques Roman, 
(middle) John Fox, Dr. Ajay Aggarral, Shannon Tedrow, Emily Murrell, Brian King, 
Garner Wetzel, (back) Dr. Ken Harmon. Damian Marinello, Cm Amin, Dr. Raymond 
Phelps. Yale Murphy, Tyler Warren, Clay Kirkpatrick, Todd Kindler 



AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 



Members: Jonathan Spencer, Kristen Keating, Samantha King 



ART CLUB 



Members: (front) Nicole Walter, Katie Dyess, Petra Vackova, Edward McLaurin, 
Kelly Mueller, Jason Jarin, Carly Dessauer, (back) Jordan Francis, John Boettcher 
Officers: President Nora Oliver, Vice President Jordan Francis. Secretary Carly 
Dessauer, Treasurer Jason Jarin 
Purpose: To promote the visual arts on campus. 





Activities 



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BETA ALPHA PSI 



Members: (front) Katie Herringshaw, Jana Santoro, Charles de La Vergne III. Jillian 

Compton, Gina Smith, Matthew Mabry, (back) Cynthia Larkins, Lauren Lippincott, 

Jessica Sutton, Emily Ford, Chase Whitehead, Reshoo Pande 

Officers: President Charles De La Vergne, Secretary Jana Santoro, Treasurer Jillian 

Compton, Alumni Relations Gina Smith, Irena Zaneva 

Events: Attended national conference in Orlando where they participated in a day 

of community service in the Orlando area, including the City Parks and the Animal 

Shelter. They also attended an Etiquette Dinner hosted by Everyday Gourmet and 

two meetings of the Internal Auditors. The students provided landscaping for a 

Habitat for Humanity home in Jackson and hosted a week of ethics-related 

activities titled "Acts of Conscience in the Workplace." 






BETA BETA BETA 



Members: (front) Leah Alford. Mandy IVIcGehee, Shruti Chandra, Jessie Tracy, Kelly Maddox, 

Randi Cline, Tom Rinaldi, Becky McDole, {2nd row) Tiffany Grimes, Michael Henke, Michael 

Yablick, Trey Fleet, Tim Abston, Amanda Epperson, Lindsey Gaskin, Debora Mann, (3rc/ row) 

Amy Jones, Nerma Basic, Danielle Harvey Jason Eastlack, Florencia Lasala, Naveen Ganesh, 

Nicole Walter, Stacey Douglas, Kim Petkovich, (back) Chrystal Francis, Eily McMillan, Andrew 

Adams, Nick Fowler, John Tyra, Erik Mylroie, Ryan Travis, Om Amin, Brett Bennett, Gunter Cain 

Adviser: Dr Debora Mann 

Officers: Pres. Jessie Tracy, V. Pres. Shruti Chandna, Sec. Mandy McGehee, Treas. Tom 

Rinaldi, Historian Becky McDole, Event Coord. Randi Cline and Kelly Maddox, Web Page 

Coordinator Erin Hardy 

Number of IVIembers: 54 

Purpose: To promote scholarship in biological sciences, dissemination of biological 

knowledge, and to encourage research. 

Awards: LEAD Outstanding Student Organization 



BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



IVIembers: (front) Anansa Bailey, Tiffany Hammond, Elizabeth Davis, Antoinette 
Alexander, {middle) Christina Stewart, Jessica Curry, Marcy Pilate, (back) Scott 
Colom, Jeremy Hinton, (not pictured) Tarrance Miller 
Adviser: Ms. Sherryl Wilburn 

Officers: President Christina Stewart, Vice President Tarrance Miller, Secretary 
Tiffany Hammond, Treasurer Elizabeth Davis, Public Relations Nicole Jones 
Number of Members: 34 

Purpose: To assist Minority Affairs, acting as a support group for minority 
students: make the Millsaps community more aware of the minority community at 
Millsaps and nationwide; to enrich the Millsaps community through the 
furtherance of the minority community academically, socially, and politically. 
Events: The Mahogany Ball; cooked "soul food" for MCA Festival; Black History 
Month events; assisted in the annual SBA Carnival; Easter egg goodies for the 
local Boys and Girls' Club. 



C.A.L.L.S. 



Members: {front) Paige Henderson, Terrel Sugar, Ashley Hewitt, Eleanore Kelly, 

John Forrest Douglas, Jennifer Baynham, (middle) Kristen Keating, Ellen Beilmann, 

Andrea Dewey, Matt Marston, Chris Spear, (back) Raymond Clothier. John Kellogg, 

Jonathan Spencer, Lindsey Greer, John Sawyer, Cheisi West, Kelly Maddox, Jana 

Santaro 

Adviser: Mr. Raymond Clothier 

Officers: Ellen Beilmann, Andrea Dewey, Eleanore Kelly, Matt Marston 

Number of Members: About 25 

Purpose: Sponsored by the Faith and Work Initiative; aimed at helping those who 

want to serve others as a career or vocation. 

Events: Meetings with a theme one Tuesday evening each month at the Weems 

House. 

Trips: Spiritual formation retreats once a semester 

Philanthropies: Co-Sponsored Delta Delivery with CMT 




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CAMPUS MNiSTRY TEAM 



Members: (front) Coleman Carlisle, KIger Sigh. Brent McCarty. Courtney Bradshaw, 

Hillary Hamblen, Matt Marston, {middle) Jonathan Webb, Kristen Keating, Jana 

Santoro, Kelsey McKnight, Ashley Hewitt, Lauren Roddie. Jewel Johnson, (back) 

Paige Henderson, Suzanne Scales. Don Fortenberry, Lindsey Greer, Holly Dickens. 

Katie Beth Miksa, Zandria Ivy, Patrick Black, (not pict.) Viveca Latham, Henry 

Waters, Lauren Bardwell. Ellen Bellmann, Khyati Gupta 

Adviser: Chaplain Don Fortenberry 

Officers: Co-Chairs: Paige Henderson, Patnck Black, Katie Beth Miksa; Sec. 

Suzanne Scales 

Number of Members: 45 

Purpose: To plan, oversee, and implement service- learning/ religious/ 

philanthropy/educational events to the college community. 



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CANTERBURY EPISCOPAL WORSHIP 






Members: (front) Becca Hedges, Hannah McKnight. John Kellogg. Eleanore Kelly. 

Darby Ray, Meg Owen, Will Benton, (middle) Jessica Hoffpauir, Julia Stewart, Kelly 

Rasmus, Katelyn Littlejohn, Paige Henderson, Brad Corban, Elise Smyth-Gilbert, 

Anna Smith, Rachel Fontenot, David Chandler, (bacl<) Christina Hale, Chris Robinson, 

Emily Robertson, Frannie Wesberry. Emily Hildebrand. Valena Scott, David 

Steinwinder, Emily Maples, Drew Harmon, Bahen Privett, Rev. Chan Osborn De Araya 

Adviser: Dr. Darby Ray 

Officers: President Elise Smyth-Gilbert, Vice President/Musician Emily Maples. 

Vice President of carrying prayer books Chris Robinson, Secretary Amanda 

Simpson 

Number of Members: about 25 regulars 

Purpose: To provide a weekly Episcopal Eucharist officiated by local Episcopal 

priests and a fellowship environment to all Millsaps students . 



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CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



Members: (front) Kelly Rasmus, Holly Dickens, (middle) Kelly Maddox, Jacqueline 

Coale, Monica Reible, Rob Stephens. Laura Pitre, (back) Chris Achee, Chris Spear, 

Robert Rutherford, J.P McVaugh 

Adviser: Laura Pitre; Officers: Pres. Robert Rutherford. V. Pres. Meghan Connor, 

Sec. Ashley Schettler. Treas. J.P McVaugh 

Number of Members: 150 

Purpose: To enrich lives through the Catholic faith, fellowship and commmmunity 

service. 

Parties: Kick-Off-the-Year Party in the fall, Halloween and Christmas Parties with 

kids at Our House shelter, End-of-the-Year Party/Craw/fish Boil 

Events: Pepperoni and Prayer, food and a guest speaker on a spiritual/religious 

topic. Mass in the Bowl 






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Members: Wardah All, Shruti Chandna. Ryan Day, John Boettcher. Michael Yablick 

Officers: President Ryan Day. Vice President Karen Sporl, Secretary Shruti 

Chandna, Treasurer Norma Basic, Public Relations Nicole Walter 

Number of Members: 15 

Purpose: To operate as a service organization 

Philanthropies: Playing cards with residents at Orchard Retirement Community, 

Key Club Rally, Thanksgiving dinner at Ronald McDonald House, Salvation Army 

Angel Tree, Up 'Til Dawn, Spring planned activities, 30 hour famine. Operation 

Shoestring Easter Egg Hunt 



DIAMOND GIRLS 



Members: (front) Antoinette Alexander. Ivana Ventic, Tiffany Hammond, (middle) 

Marcy Pilate. Chrissie Faust. Danielle Harvey, (back) Mignon Lebreton, Emily Ford, 

Gina Smith, (not pictured) Allison Gallagher, Jana Brady 

Adviser: Mr. Jim Page 

Officers: Captain Emily Ford. Co-Captain Gina Smith, Co-Captain Allison Gallagher 

Number of Members: 11 

Purpose: To promote the baseball team through spirit, pride, and enthusiasm. 

Activities: Run the concession stand; keep the statistics during games; retrieve 

bats, helmets, and foul balls; make "happies" for the coaches and players; 

decorate the locker room; publicize when the games are and how the team is 

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Members: [front) Mandy McGehee, Adryon Wong, Sarah Wilkinson, Kelly Maddox, 

Meghan Pigott, (middle) Andrew Harris, Katie Barlow, Briana Travelbee, Camille 

Herman, Ben Ross, (back) Rachel Mixson, Becky Lasoski, Susan Mixson. Hannah 

McKnight, Lindsey Topp (not pictured) Petra Vackova, Brett Potter 

Officers: President Adryon Wong, Vice President Sarah Wilkinson, Secretary 

Meghan Pigott, Historian Briana Travelbee, PR Brett Potter 

Purpose: To spread environmental awareness on campus. 



ETA SIGMA PHI 



Members: (front) Callie Sasser, Haley Brown, Marley Braden, Drew Harmon, 
(middie) Trevor Theilen, Jessie Tracy, Katie Beth Miksa, Ryan Day, (bac/<) Michael 
Parks, Cory Gilbert, Brad Corban, Andrew Harris, Dr. Catherine Freis, Matt Vieron 
Purpose: Classics Honorary 



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Members: Matt McCollough, Brandon Morris, Doug Webster, McKenzie Followwill 

Katie Herringshaw, Riley Hoekenschnieder, Justin LeBlanc, Dr. Walter Neely, 

Hamilton Blanton, Jivka Ivanova, (not pictured) Paul Pettitt 

Adviser: Dr. Walter Neely 

Officers: President Doug Webster, Vice President Katie Herringshaw, Secretary 

Paul Pettit 

Number of Members: 10 

Events: Trip to Memphis to interview for jobs 



FMA NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



Members: Doug Webster, Dr. Walter Neely, McKenzie Followwill, Jivka Ivanova, 

Hamilton Blanton, Brandon Morris 

Adviser: Dr. Walter Neely 

Number of Members: 5 

Purpose: An honor society for FMA finance students who achieve academically. 

Qualifications for Membership: Outstanding GPA overall in finance courses 



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Members: (front) Nina Walker, John Schettler, Barbel Kramer, (middle) Jacob 
Wilson, Dr. Veronica Freeman, Nerma Basic, Mr. Robert Nevins, Dr. Wolfgang 
Kramer, (back) Margaret Cooper, Caroline Kramer, Jana Melia 
Purpose: To expose the community to German culture and to move people toward 
a better understanding of global issues. 



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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY 



Members: (front) Cory Williamson, Michael Yablick, J.P McVaugh, (middle) Amanda 

Epperson, Jen Drew, (back) Matthew Ludlum 

Adviser: Dr. Connie Campbell 

Officers: President Michael Yablick, Vice President Cory Williamson, Secretary Jen 

Drew, Treasurer Amanda Epperson 

Number of IVIembers: 46 

Purpose: Volunteer Coordinator 

Events: Three Habitat builds per semester 



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HISTORY CLUB 



IVIembers: (front) Pam Beidleman, Michelle Cormier, Kate Anderson, Gina Colon, 
Rebecca Sledge, Kristen Oertel, (middle) John Ortis, Jamie Holcomb, Jamie 
Blackmon, Brett Potter, Liz Madjiesi, (back) Trevor Thielen, Tyler Burns, Robert 
Rutherford, David Steinwinder, Zack Zirulnik 

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



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JEWISH CULTURE ORGANIZATION 



Members: (front) Woods Curry, Lindsey Topp, Harrison Wool, Ashley Hewitt, Dr. 

James Bowley, (back) Lauren Michaud, Dean Brit Katz, Bradford Borban, Jessica 

Brown 

Adviser: Dr. James Bowley 

Officers: President Lindsey Topp 

Number of Members: 20 

Purpose: To celebrate and educate people about Jewish culture. 

Qualifications for Membership: Interest in Jewish culture 



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Black, Maggie Baumgartner, Emily Presswood, Lane Williamson 



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Members: (front) Brandon Morris, Riley Hoekenschnieder, Hamilton Blanton, 

McKenzie Followwill, Justin LeBlanc, {back) Matt McCollough, Dr. Walter Neely, 

Jivka Ivanova, Doug Webster 

Adviser: Dr. Walter Neely 

Purpose: To manage the Louis Wilson Fund and to perform research analysis. 

Fun Fact: Students recommend management of a stock fund that has grown from 

$75,000 to $150,000. 



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MATH CLUB 



Members: (front) Dr. Robert Shive, Dr. Gayla Dance, Dr. Miguel Arellano, Tammy 

Ladner, Ms. Tracy Sullivan, Peter Friis, (back) Guard Robert Ezelle, Katie Beth 

Miksa, Dr. Connie Campbell, Drew Pruett, Bjorn Carlsson, (not pictured) Christina 

Giurintano, Daniel Wall<er 

Adviser: Dr. Connie Campbell 

Officers: President Christina Guirintano, Secretary Bjorn Carlsson, Treasurer Katie 

Beth Miksa, Chaplain Daniel Walker, Robert Ezelle 

Number of Members: 20 

Purpose: To have sum fun. 



MILLSAPS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 



Members: (front) Jocie Slepvan, Emily Rhea, (2nd row) Asela Roberts, Marley 
Braden, Sarah Bounds, Meg Owen, Laura Krueger, Meg Welch, (3rd row) Chip 
Welch, Will Benton, Jonathan Webb, Drew Harmon, Katie Beth Miksa, (back) Matt 
Kilgore, Lindsay Rosenblatt, Kurt Cooper, John Michael Gorham, Kevin Maguire 
Purpose: To bring the gospel to bear in the lives of individuals. 
Events: Meetings every Tuesday at 8pm on the second floor of the Student Center 
Trips: Annual beach trip in spring; annual fall conference 
Philantfiropies: Habitat for Humanity, Voice of Calvary 



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Members: (front) Jessica Curry, Erin Giles, Stesha Rampersad, Marcy Pilate, 

(middle) Chaplain Don Fortenberry, Gwendolyne Ballard, Antoinette Alexander, 

Anansa Bailey, Danielle Harvey, Nathaniel Clay, (back) Ashley Oliver, Charity Cook, 

Viveca Latham, Mattie Brown, Jonathan Spencer, Theon Johnson III 

Adviser: Ms. Sherryl Wilburn 

Number of Members: 23 

Purpose: To glorify God through worship and praise. 



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Members: (front) Trace Hunt, Ms. Sherryl Wilburn, Sarina Patel, Shruti Chandna, 

Jessica Curry, (back) Charles Young, Petra Vackova, Cheisi West, Fred Willis, 

Stuart Simon 

Adviser: Sherryl Wilburn 

Number of Members: 20 

Purpose: To increase the knowledge of various cultures across campus 



ORDER OF OMEGA 



Members: (front) J.P McVaugh, Lauren Michaud, Hamilton Blanton, (middle) Kelly 

Miller, Sarah Benoit, Marcie Levey, Adryon Wong, Naffie Mooney, Mandy McGehee, 

Lindsey Greer, Kristen Keating, Ashley Schettler, Lane Williamson, (back) Coleman 

Carlisle, Will Adams, Eleanore Kelly, Patrick Black, Crickett Nicovich, Paige 

Henderson, Katie Beth Miksa, Jana Santoro, Michelle Cormier 

Adviser: Ms. Ellen Trappey 

Officers: President Lauren Michaud, Vice President Kelly Miller, Secretary 

Suzanne Scales, Treasurer Patrick Black 

Number of Members: 33 

Purpose: To recognize outstanding Greek leaders and to bring together the 

campus and community. 

Qualifications for Membersfiip: Junior or Senior initiated member in good 

standing of a fraternity or sorority, with a cumulative 3.0 GPA 



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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CLUB 



Members: (front) Autumn Calhoun. Major Mollis, Crickett Nicovich, Bahen Privett. 
Danielle Mayer, {back) Dr. Eric Griffin. Gunter Cain. Nick Fowler. Bobby Kilgore, 
Andrew Harris. Shruti Chandna 
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Members: (front) Lindsey Greer. Maggie Baumgartner, Rachel Fontenot. Beth Ann 

Baker. Whitney Warrington. Penny Bailey, {middle) Stesha Rampersad. Ivana Ventic. 

Lauren Roddie, Leslie Frese, Angel Juneau, Mary Deaton, (back) Brent McCarty, 

Drew McDowell. Beth Sadler, Kristen Keating, Courtney Truax 

Number of Members: 25 

Purpose: To provide campus tours for campus visitors. 



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Members: Oghale Ighoavodha. Chartering President; Hon. Henry T. Wingate. U.S. 
Chief District Judge: Kate Anderson. Vice President; Stephen King. Installation 
Officer; Jonathan Spencer. Treasurer; Milan Winnard, Secretary 
Purpose:Pre- Law Honorary 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



Members: {front) Kelly Maddox. Natacha Touchette. Arlene Chiemprabha. Jennifer 
Baynham. Adryon Wong. Carly Dessauer, Jamie Holcomb, Michelle Cormier, Sarah 
Gardner-Cox, Nora Oliver. Lindsey Topp, Tina Huettenrauch, Christina Giurintano, 
Stacey Douglas. Alexa Golliher. {back) Daniel Taylor. Doc Billingsley. John Sav^ryer, 
Matt Marston. Trevor Theilen. Ryan Day. James Brock 



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Members: (front) Tammy Ladner, Dr. Gayla Dance. Drew Pruett. (back) Robert 

Ezelle, Katie Beth Miksa, Dr. Connie Campbell, Jillian Compton 

Adviser: Dr. Connie Campbell 

Officer: President Drew Pruett 

Number of Members: 15 

Purpose: Math Honorary 



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PI DELTA PHI 



Members: (front) Dr. Priscilla Fermon, Dr. Claudine Chadeyras, Lindsey Carter, 
Lauren Michaud, (back) Ms. Gail Buzhardt, Brandon Haynes, Shay Steckler 
Number of Members: 10 
Purpose: French Honorary 



PRESIDENTIAL AMBASSADORS 



Members: (front) Maggie Morgan, Julia Stewart, Kelly Miller, Sarina Patel, Sarah 
Gardner-Cox, Kiger Sigh, Lane Williamson, (back) Becky McDole, Scott Hays, Gina 
Smith, Patrick Black, Kelsey McKnight, Matt Marston 



Members: (front) Haley Adams, Wardah All, Emily Presswood, (back) Randall 

Jones, Amberely Etheridge, Catherine Benvenutti 

Adviser: Dr. Kurt Thaw 

Officers: Co-Presidents Randall Jones and Josh Bostwick, Treasurer Haley Adams, 

Public Relations Wardah Ali 

Number of Members: 30 

Purpose: To inform psychology students of grad school programs and jobs 

available to them. 

Qualification for Membership: open to all 

Events: Psycho-Cinema, Psychology Movie Nights, Psychology Dinner 




Members: (front) Matt Marston, Kate Jacobson, Eleanore Kelly, Tina 

Huettenrauch, Lane Williamson, (middle) Lauren Michaud. Nora Oliver, Paige 

Henderson, Adryon Wong, Mandy McGehee, Ryan Day, (back) Patrick Black, 

Jamie Holcomb, Emily Presswood, John Saw/yer, Zandria Ivy 

Adviser: Dean Brit Katz; Officers: Chair Paige Henderson, Co-Chair Eleanore Kelly 

Number of Members: 31 

Purpose: To develop, plan, and carry out events for the senior class. 

Fundraisers: Senior Gift Campaign 

Events: Fall Mixer, Sr. Ecumenical Worship Service, Etiquette Dinners, Senior 

Circle Social, Hall of Fame/Who's Who Reception, Real World 101 with the 

Career Center, Last Hurrah, Senior Class Gift, and Senior Champagne Party 

Pliilanthropies: Senior Gift Campaign: raised money and presented a lasting gift 

to the College. The gift was a stained glass window in honor of Don Fortenberry. 



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SIGMA DELTA PI 



Members: {front) Florencia Lasala. Rachel Mixson, Ashley Schettler, (back) Jon 

Bellish. Jessica Sanford. Susan Mixson, Dr. Robert Kahn 

Adviser: Dr. Robert Kahn 

Officers: President Eleanore Kelly, Vice President Jessica Lester 

Number of IVIembers: 24 

Purpose: To service as an International Spanish Honorary. 

Qualifications for IVIembership: 3.0 GPA after completion of the 2110 level and 

two other courses (Including one literature course) 



SIGMA LAMBDA 



Members: (front) Sarah Gardner-Cox, Shruti Chandna, Marcie Levey, Sarah Benoit, Kate 
Jacobson, Gina Colon. Ashley McPhail. {2n(J row) Kelly Miller, Kelly Maddox, Ashley 
Schettler, Michelle Cormier, Tina Huettenrauch, Jennifer Baynham, Paige Henderson, {3rd 
row) Erin Thornton, Pathck Black, Lane Williamson, Lauren Michaud, Emily Presswood, 
Kristen Keating, Ryan Day, Jason Jarin, (back) Suzanne Scales, Theon Johnson III, Jana 
Santoro, Eleanore Kelly, Don Fortenberry, Crickett Nicovich, Jonathan Spencer 
Adviser: Dr. Ted Ammon; Officers: President Ryan Day, Vice President Patrick Black, 
Secretary Lindsey Greer, Treasurer Kelly Maddox 
Number of Members: 45 

Purpose: To foster leadership and service; to provide a discussion forum for human 
rights issues; to recognize students who show early leadership promise. 
Qualifications for membership: Second semester sophomore or greater with a 3.0 GPA 
Philanthropies: Human Rights Forum, bookdhve for Jackson Adult Education 
Center(267 books collected), Midtown Daycare Chhstmas Party 



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Members: (front) Haley Brown, Alexa Golliher, Lauren Bardwell, John Yargo, 
Kimberly Hogan, Lane W/illiamson, Sarah Cowan, Paul Dearing, Cory Gilbert, 
Angela Ward, Chrystal Francis, Emily Stanfield, {back) Dr. Austin Wilson 






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Members: (front) Emily Hildebrand, Erika Cruz, Emily Maples, (back) Jessica 

Sutton, Claire Stanford 

Adviser: Dr. Robert Kahn 

Officers: President Erika Cruz, Vice President Emily Maples, Secretary Emily 

Hildebrand, Treasurer Lindsey Greer, PR Jessica Sutton, Seargent at Arms Claire 

Stanford 

Number of Members: 32 

Events: Annual Dinner at LaCazuela 



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Members: (front) Jason Fisher, Marcy Pilate, Tammy Ladner, (middle) David Moore, 

Brett Bennett, Dr. Lee Lewis, (back) David Curtis, Josh Hanna, (not pictured) Callee 

Cosby, Tom Rinaldi, J.P McVaugh 

Adviser: Dr. Lee Lewis 

Officers: President Tammy Ladner, Vice President Callee Cosby, Secretary Tom 

Rinaldi, Treasurer J.P McVaugh 

Number of Members: 17 

Purpose: To strengthen campus knowledge and understanding of Chemistry. 

Qualifications for Membership: Have an interest in Chemistry 

Parties: Teamed up with BBB and participated in the Christmas Stocking Stuffer 

Events: Sponsored Chemistry Major End-of-the-Year party 

Awards: Mississippi SAACS Chapter of the Year 



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STUDENT ATHLETIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE 



Members: (front) Tammy Ladner, Penny Bailey, Jennifer Jasso. Jlllian Compton, 

Sheena Gardner, Carly Dessauer, {middle) Daniel Rice, Gina Smith, Naffie Mooney, 

Katie Anderson, Kim Fox, Jason Jarin, Mr. Ron Jurney, (back) Brett Bennett, Joey 

Doxey, Trey Hester, Russeii Turley, Tyier Warren, Justin LeBlanc, Ryan Day, (not 

pictured) Keisey IVIcKnight, Nick Crawford, Todd Kindier, Jessie Tracy, Nora Oliver 

Adviser: Ron Jurney 

Officers: Chair Tammy Ladner, Chair Elect Trey Hester, Secretary Keisey McKnIght, 

Secretary Elect Kim Fox 

Number of Members: 31 

Purpose: To help develop communication between each athletic team and the 

athletic department and the entire campus. 



STUDENT BODY ASSOCIATION 



Members: (front) Kate Jacobson, Cm Amin, IVleghan Pigott, Emiiy Presswood, 
Katherlne Burch, Sarah Gardner-Cox, Jon Bellish, {2nd row) Brandon Haynes, Holly 
Dickens, Courtney Truax, Drew McDowell, Shruti Chandna, Jessica Sutton, {3rd 
row) Chelsl West, Ryan Zagone, KIger Sigh, Briana Travelbee, Will Adams, {bacl<) 
Elijah Myrick, Nathan Booth, Kyle Doherty, J.P McVaugh, JIvka Ivanova, Jordan 
Willett, Charles Gordon 



STUDENT BODY ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 



Members: {front) Secretary Ashley McPhail, First Vice President Lauren LIppincott, 
Dean Brit Katz, {bacl<) President Theon Johnson III, Second Vice President Brad 
Yakots, Treasurer Brent McCarty 

Purpose: To preside over the Senate; to serve as a representative body of the 
students; to maintain great quality of life for students and campus; to work with 
others to create a healthy learning environment. 



STYLUS 



Members: (front) Edward McLaurIn, Candace Jones, Shay Steckler, Lauren 
Bardwell, (back) Bethany Santucci, Elijah Myrick, Petra Vackova, David Steinwinder 
Editor: Lauren Bardwell 



Members: Milan WInnard, Meghan Pigott, Kate Jacobson, Dr. James Bowley, 

Emma Doineau 

Adviser: Dr. James Bowley 

Officers: President Meghan PIggott 

Number of Members: 6 

Purpose: To provide the campus with regular occasion for debate and Interaction 

on timely cultural Issues. 



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Members: (front) Karling Bennett, John Forrest Douglas, Lindsay Greer, {2nd row) 
Ms. Lisa Garvin. Hillary Hamblen, Andrea Dewey, Ashley Hewitt, {3rd row) Ashley 
Wiibourn, Marcle Levey. Margaret Cooper, Jake Wilson, Crickett Nicovlch. Michelle 
Palmer, Jonathan Webb, Daniel McElroy, Jonathan Spencer, (back) Kristen Keating, 
John Russell McPherson, John Michael Gorham. Ms. Karen Koons 




Members: {front) Brad Corban, Jonathan Spencer, Kate Jacobson, Erika Cruz, 

Karen Sporl, {back) Theon Johnson III, Jon Bellish, Camille Herman, Andrew Harris 

Marianne Portier, Jazmin Gargoum, Dr. Robert McElvaine, Eric Sumrall, (not 

pictured) Amanda Simpson, Kyle Doherty, Thomas Richardson 

Adviser: Dr. Robert McElvaine 

Officers: President Kate Jacobson, Vice Presidents Jazmin Gargoum and Amanda 

Simpson, Secretary Kyle Doherty, Treasurer Thomas Richardson, PR ErIka Cruz 



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Name: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 
Founded: Howard University on January 
15, 1908 Chapter: Lambda lota founded 
in 1977 Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple 
Green Flowers: Pink Tea Rose and English 
IvyMotto: Service to all mankind. Service 
Projects: Coat Drive, Tsunami Relief Fund 
Bake Sale, Ronald McDonald House, 
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Skee-Wee could break glass... We need to find 
her a boyfriend. . .TABOO! I ...My Sorors, just the other 
day I was called CONCEITED... hose and closed- 
toe shoes. ..BBtrt it's cold out here. ..She had 
her jacket on @ 2 in the morning in pajamas ... 
He's like a big, black, sexy oil tank...You ironed 
your jacket?!!... Because you're just so cute!... How 
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Name: Alpha Phi Alpha Founded: 
December 4, 1906 at Cornell University 
Colors: black and old gold Motto: First of 
all, servants of all, we shall transcend all. 
President: Steven Richardson Secretary: 
Jacques Haynes Service projects: 
"Voteless People are Hopeless People" 
voting rally, sponsored Black History nnonth 
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Name: Chi Omega Nickname: Chi- Founded: 

1895 Colors: Cardinal and straw Number of 
initiates: 22 Number of members: 87 

Symbols: Owl, skull & crossbones, carnation 
Officers: President: Grace Hammond Vice 
President: Jessica Hoffpauir Secretary: Jenny Blount 
Treasurer: Carly Deweese Momma Hooter: Julia 
Stewart Personnel: Leah Alford Recruitment 
Ctiair: Emily Hildebrand Panhellenic Delegate: Carl 
Taylor Philanthropies: Chi Omega Olympics, 
Stewpot Halloween, Project Midtown, Blood 
Drive, Santa & Bunny Shoestring, Thanksgiving 
Feast, Christmas party at nursing home, 
Valentine's party at Bethlehem Center 
Awards: Scholarship trophy and award 






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I really like your halter top.. .CJ, you are the funny one... 
Malfunction Junction ... I've been emotionally 
unstable since I was eight ... Eiise has the 
memory of a cow ... chill up in MY bones... 
LIEUTENANT DAN ... i'm sorry but it's hard to 
write on toilet paper ... I just don't know guys, 
here we just don't do t/iaf... It's just like Art Deco!... 
She had space cake and no money... in falliphobia... Showers 
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Name: Delta Delta Delta Motto: " Let us steadfastly 
love one another." Founded: 1888 Years at 
Millsaps: 19 Number of Members: 77 Initiates: 

24 Colors: Blue & yellow Symbols: Stars, crescent, 
dolphin Philanthropies: St. Jude's, Children's Cancer 
Clinic Officers: President : Helen Loring VP Chapter 
Development: Cassie Sasser Academic Development: Liz 
Mitchell Music: Jacqueline Coale Social/Member 
Development: Eily McMillan VP Membership: Ashley Schettler 
New Member Educator: Amanda Mayo Alumnae Relations: 
Catherine Benvenutti Reference: Holly Dickens Sponsor: 
Monica ReibleVP Public Relations: All Couey Activities: 
Danielle Cook Correspondent: Taylor Allee Panhellenic 
Delegate: Li nd sey G reer Panhellenic Representative: Ama nda 
Holland Philanthropy: Sarah Bounds Delta Underground: 
Marley Braden Risk Management: Hillary Hamblen Social 
Events: Nancy Salloum VP Administration: Hannah McKnight 
House Manager Ashley Hewitt Secretary: Courtney Truax 
VP Finance: Kelsey McKnight Treasurer: Beth Ann Baker 
Licensing: Maggie Briscoe 





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McMillan. Beth Ann Baker, (row 2) Holly Dickens, Allie Gallagher, Ali Couey, Hannah 
McKnight, Ashley Schettler, Kelsey McKnight, (row 3) Hillary Hamblen, Sarah Bounds, 
Nancy Salloum, Catherine Benvenutti, Ashley Hewitt, Monica Reible, (back) Liz Mitchell, 
Danielle Cook, Maggie Briscoe, Courtney Truax, Jacqueline Coale, Amanda Mayo, Taylor 
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opportunity of education and broad development; 
she is one who has enjoyed the privileges of culture 
and selected environment... It is pleasing to a 
heartfelt depth to see her not as self centered, not 
desirous of selfish power, not wanting the plaudits 
of people, not wanting glory- but with a purpose 
which directs her activities and all that she may 
control toward lifting somebody else. 

-Soror Mary McCleod-Bethune 



Delta 

Long ago and far away 

Twenty-two began a brand new day. 

They wanted more than just a social life. 

They desired to be more than just a wife. 

These twenty-two had a larger vision 

And that soon caused them great division. 

Some went left, but most went Right 

And strove to reach a higher light. 

They wanted to make a better place 

And give their children a broader space 

To expand their minds and their hearts 

And give to the world the best parts 

Of being Intelligent, Female, and Black. 

These twenty-two started the forward motion 

But theirs was just the tip of this Delta notion. 

They gave the foundation and an example to follow 

They made it strong and solid, not hollow. 

Their legacy remains as a directional arrow 

And the time is now to release the sparrow. 

To fly free and soar to heights unknown 

But she must never travel alone. 

Along with her sisters the job gets done. 

Along with her SORORS the battle is 

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Name: Kappa Alpha Order Motto: Excels Sior 
Founded: 1865 Years at Millsaps: Since 1893 
Number of Members: 54 Initiates: 16 

Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Symbols: Crim- 
son Cross National Philanthropy: Muscular 

Dystrophy Association Officers: President: 

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Love in an elevator... You're not Geoff!... 
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soccer, anyone?... daddy likey... Iiello govanas... 
buckeye biscuits... not a senior, really?... 
brini it ... say somethin', what?... is denmark a 
country? ... Bertha, the zoology frog ... 
/ love birthday poems... What exactly did 
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jack.' daniels? ... but what if it's 21? ... 
FAABUUULOUS ... The Newlyweds... fake 
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Procrator: Justin LeBlanc Grand Master of 
Ceremonies: Tom Brezina Grand Scribe: Adam 
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thetractor?... no money wasted/... relationship-0, Jesse- 
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civil! I'm civil!... I'm a scientist. ..\'m not drunk-I'm not 
drunk!. ..Aey, look at me-I'm naked!... \Qok, 
a horse... YOU!. .Zeta-size it!. ..I can't get it 
up.. .sounds like a personal problem... it's a\so a 
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no, bananas are back? ... Red Sea Pedestrian... You are the 
condescending teddy bear... wlien's ttie last time you ate a flower?... i 
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Number of Members: 35 Number 
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and diamond Philanthropy: Children's 
Epilepsy Foundation Officers: President: 
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"Phi Alpha" Founded: March 9, 1856 
Colors: Royal purple and old gold 
Mascot: Lion Officers: Eminent Archon: 
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McCarty Eminent Recorder: John Schettler 
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Scott Hays Risit Manager: Jacob White 
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this? ... It's a sledge hammer?... When in Rome... 
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It's a Kiger. It's pretty much my favorite 
animal... In your face... Solid, dude... That's 
dehumanizing... Chicago loves the 
rooster„.Me so ronry... Scottydipadidoodady... They 
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Kelly Paige, Viveca Latham, Veronica Elbashab, Cheisi 
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Anthony, Kayla 1. 25. 66. 125 
Arcement, Amanda 47. 56. 66 
Arcuri. Laura 12. 18. 66 
Arellano. Miguel 111 
Armstrong. Sarati 64 
Atcriison. Anthony 66. 135 



Abel. Katie 66. 102. 139 
Abrams. Hunter 48, 49 
Abston. Tim 15. 107. 134. 135 
Achee. Chris 66. 108 
Adams. Andrew 106. 107 
Adams. Haley 66. 113. 125 
Adams. Will 111. 115. 116.134. 

135 
Adkisson. Justin 15. 66. 143 
Aggarral. Ajay 106 
Ahuja. Reena 66. 106. 165 
Ainsworth, Emily 39, 66. 139. 

160 
Akwenye. Audrey 96 
Albert. Elizabeth 66. 67. 117 
Alderson. Megan 47. 66. 125 
Alexander. Antoinette 66. 92. 107. 

108. Ill, 120, 121 
Alford, Leah 6, 66, 107, 124, 

125 
Alford. Tyler 135 
Ali. Wardah 66. 70, 108. 113 
Allee. Taylor 26. 66, 128. 129 
Allen. Michelle 66 
Allen. Molly 3. 66. 139 
Alpaugh. Reade 66. 157 
Alston. Cassandra 62 
Ameen. Michael 6. 54. 55. 66. 

157 
Amin. Cm 57. 66. 106. 107. 115. 

157 
Ammon. Ted 114 
Anderson, Carl 66. 147 
Anderson. Kate 34. 35. 66. 110, 

112 
Anderson, Katie 53, 66, 115, 

125 
Anderson, Seneca 23, 66, 94, 

155 
Andrus, Dwight 18 
Angell, Merrie Carol 39 



Baber, Madeleine 66, 125 
Bahbahani, Kamilla 64 
Bailey. Anansa 9, 66, 107. 

111. 167 
Bailey. Lorenzo 14. 29. 44. 45, 

66.75. 172 
Bailey. Penny 27. 32. 33. 87. 91. 

107. 112. 115 
Bailey. Stephanie 161 
Bailey. Trey 66. 135 
Baker. Beth Ann 18. 66. 112. 128. 

129 
Baker. Cassidy 43, 67 
Baker, Diane 64 

Ballard, Gwendolyne 67, 111, 117 
Balton, Cane 67, 129 
Barb, Patrick 67, 157 
Bardwell. Lauren 5. 67, 106. 108. 

114. 115 
Bares. William 64 
Barlow. Katie 67. 109. 138. 139. 

160 
Barnes. Adam 15 
Barrios. Kristin 22.38.39.67, 

139 
Basic, Nerma 67, 106. 107. 108. 

109 
Baumgartner. Maggie 13.18.67. 

72.110. 112. 125 
Baynham, Jennifer 67,107,112, 

114, 117 
Beaushaw, Derek 67 
Beck, Carmen 67, 151, 165 
Beck. Elizabeth 64 



Beidleman. Pam 18.34.35.67. 

110. 139 
Beilmann. Ellen 17. 76. 107. 

108 
Belden. Stephen 67. 135 
Bell. Cape 49 
Bell. Michael 23. 67 
Bell, William 67 
Bellish, Jon 67, 114, 115, 116, 

135 
Bender. Crystal 50, 51, 67, 129 
Bennett, Brett 36, 67, 106, 107, 

114, 115. 157 
Bennett, Karling 67, 81, 116, 151 
Benoit, Sarah 17,67,102,111. 

114. 129 
Benton. Will 40,67, 108, 111. 

116, 147 
Benvenutti. Catherine 10, 67, 

113, 116. 128. 129. 165 
Bible. Paul 147 
Biedenharn. Jay 67, 134. 135 
Biedenharn. Robert 67. 135. 160 
Billingsley. Doc 67, 99, 112 
Black, Patrick 19. 67, 100, 102, 108, 

110, 111, 113, 114, 119, 157 
Blackburn, Brent 27, 36, 135 
Blackmon, Antonio 117 
Blackmon, Jamie 67, 110. 125 
Blades. Joe 2. 49 
Blair. Margaret 12.67. 139 
Blakeney. Kara 139 
Blanche. Liz 43, 125 
Blanton. Hamilton 22, 67, 102, 

109, 110. Ill, 117,134,135 
Blount, Jenny 68. 124, 125, 164 
Boettcher. John 68, 106, 108 
Boland, Derrik 49 
Bonds. Joanna 68. 81 
Bonneau. Matthew 68 
Booth. Nathan 68. 91. 115. 155 
Borban. Bradford 110 
Bostwick. Josh 113. 147 
Boteler. Elizabeth 68. 125 
Bounds, Sarah 20, 68, 111, 128, 

129 
Bowden. Thomas 155 
Bowley. James 64. 110. 115 




Brackin. Freddie 68. 155 
Braden. Marley 68. 76. 97. 109. 

111. 128. 129 
Bradshaw. Courtney 68. 108. 129 
Brady. Jana 18. 108. 139 
Bramlett. Glennye 68 
Braswell. Jennifer 42. 43. 68 
Brauner. Ashley 32, 68, 139, 

155 
Brezina, Tom 82, 142. 143 
Briscoe. Maggie 116. 128. 129 
Britt. Lakyn 51, 68. 125 
Broadus. Todd 143 
Broadwell. Adam 68 
Brock. Ben 19. 112. 157 
Brooks. John 18. 68. 142. 143 
Broom. Keelie 35 
Brolzman. Christina 138. 139. 

160 
Brower. Brooks 62. 116 
Brown. Haley 17,68,109,114, 

129 
Brown, Jessica 10. 40. 68. 95. 

110. 139 
Brown. Kaitlin 56. 125 
Brown. Katie 43. 68 
Brown, Krislen 64 
Brown, Marshall 68 
Brown, Mattie 14, 19, 68, 93, 

111 
Brown, Shenien 91 
Bruser, Emily 68, 139 
Buck, Jay 68 
Buckingham, Travis 157 
Buckner, Ben 15, 36. 37 
Bunn. Jeffrey 147 
Burch, Kathehne 7. 25, 34. 35. 

68. 89. 102. 115. 150. 151 
Burch. Matt 68. 135 
Burck. Robin 23. 139 
Burkes. Rob 68 
Burney. Louise 61 
Burns. Jamie 43. 56 
Burns. Tyler 68. 110. 147. 160 
Bush. Russell 157 
Bussart. Brenna 38, 39, 68 
Buzhardt, Gail 64, 113 



Cam, Gunter 68, 106, 107, 112 
Calhoun, Autumn 68. 112 
Camp. Joel 157 
Campbell. Connie 64. 110. 111. 

112 
Campbell. Greg 171 



Carlisle. Coleman 69. 82. 108. 

111. 157 
Carlisle. Fred 102 
Carlson. Emily 19. 39. 56. 69. 

129 
Carlsson. Bjorn 69. Ill, 147 
Carmon. Katie 17. 69. 125 
Carroccio, Paul 135 
Carroll, Daylon 45, 69 
Carter, Lindsay 19, 20. 25. 69. 

113. 129 
Cascio. Joseph 25, 69, 119. 

157 
Casey. Blair 143 
Casteel. Matthew 69 
Castille. Sarah 69. 151 
Caswell, Jason 69 
Catchings, Bryan 9 
Causey, Ronnie 26, 49. 56. 69 
Cavalier. Joseph 157 
Cavitt. Crandall 69 
Chadeyras. Claudine 64. 113 
Chadwick. Bnan 69. 135 
Chandler. David 69, 108, 155 
Chandler. Louise 69. 125 
Chandna. Shruti 22. 23. 69. 72. 

87. 95. 102, 106. 107. 108. 

111. 112. 114. 115. 116. 162 
Chaplain. Andrew 135 
Chapman, Jac 53 
Chase, David 135 
Chatterjee, Dylan 157 
Chiasson, Casey 69 
Chicosky, Chelsea 125 
Chiemprabha, Arlene 69, 112, 

151 
Childress. Franklin 36. 37. 57. 

69. 134, 135 
Childs. John 18. 45. 69 
Clade. Tiffany 69. 151 
Clark. Catherine 69. 150. 151 
Clark. Julye 69. 151 
Clay. Nathaniel 19.69. Ill 
Clements. Travis 69. 147 
Clemmensen, Tyler 135 
Clincy. Jessica 51, 69, 167 
Cline, Randi 69, 71, 106, 107, 

139 
Clothier. Raymond 107 
Coale, Jacqueline 68, 69, 93. lOt 

128, 129 
Cochran, Thad 24 
Coker, Cheryl 64 
Coker. Tim 64 
Coleman, Betty 62 
Coleman, Pam 69, 90 
Colette, Shera/ood 49, 69 
Collins. Celeste 70, 93, 106 
Colom, Scott 70. 102, 107. 

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Colon. Gina 17, 70, 110, 114. 

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nor, Meghan 70, 108 

k. Charity 70, 111 

k, Danieiie 5, 18. 117, 128, 

.29, 161 

k, Kathryn 70 

k, Lacey 18, 70, 99, 139 

ksey, Erika 70 

per, Kurt 111 

per, Margaret 70, 85, 92. 99, 

.09. 116, 169 

Jan. Brad 23, 70,73,92, 106, 

.08, 109, 116, 147 

<ern, Chris 70, 135 

nier, Michelle 18, 70, 99, 102, 

.10,111,112,114, 129 

^en, Jen 70 

jiia. Crystal 18 

by, Callee 25, 56, 70, 114, 

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tello, Courtney 18, 70, 138, 

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-an. Sarah 18. 70. 114. 139 

'gill, Mia 53 

t, Tonya 62 

vford. Nick 49. 57, 70. 74, 

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vs, Mary Catherine 70, 125 

;by, Henry 70, 90 

is, Danielle 139 

is, Jolie Anna 70, 89 

'., Erika 70. 114, 116, 125 

cia, Brittany 15 

)epper, David 147 

en, Michael 70. 155 

■y, Bentley 147 

■y, Jessica 3,67,70,89,107, 

.11. 116. 162, 171 

•y. Woods 70, 96, 110 

:is, David 114 

;is, Kennon 135 

;er, David 30. 70. 142, 143 




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ce.Gayia 111, 112 
:ey, Rikki 15, 70, 139 
leii, Jeep 143 
me, Stephen 70 
ids. Amber 94 
idson. Frances 151 
idson, Lauren 23. 70, 139 



Davis, Ashley 71, 106, 139, 

151 
Davis. David 61 
Davis. Elizabeth 27, 71, 107 
Davis, Rob 45, 71, 143 
Day, Becca 24, 103, 113, 139, 169 
Day, Ryan 40, 71, 90, 98, 99, 

100, 101, 103, 106, 108, 109, 

112,113,114,115 
De La Vergne, Charles 71,107, 

134, 135 
Dearing, Paul 71, 113, 114 
Deaton, Mary 71, 112 
Dehon, Erin 29, 42,43, 71, 

125 
Derrick, Meaghan 71, 125 
Dessauer, Carly 17, 40, 94, 99. 

103. 106, 112, 115 
Deweese, Carly 34, 35, 124, 125 
Dewey. Andrea 63,76,92,97, 

107, 116 
Dickens. Holly 10. 71, 108, 115, 

128, 129 
Diffie, Elise 39, 57, 71 
Dipaolo, Domenick 15, 36 
Doherty, Kyle 71, 95, 113, 115, 

116, 147 
Doineau, Emma 71. 107, 115 
Douglas, John Forrest 71, 81, 91, 

97, 107, 116, 146, 147 
Douglas, Stacey 89, 107, 112, 

135, 139 
Downer, Josh 15. 71, 146, 147 
Doxey, Joey 71. 115 
Doyle. Caitlin 47. 71. 125 
Drake, Meredith 139 
Drew, Jen 71, 110, 138, 139 
Dry, All 40, 71,139 
Dubuisson, Billy 93. 106 
Dudinsky, Lynn 71, 143 
Duplanhs, Amanda 151 
Dyess, Katie 106, 125 
Dykes, Margaret 43 



r£ 



Eastlack, Jason 71, 90, 106. 

107 
Edwards. Cat 71. 93, 106 
Elbashab, Veronica 71, 103, 119, 

121, 160 
Elling, Rob 49 
Ellingburg, Megan 92 
Elliott. Erin 71, 125, 165 
Ellis, Anna 71, 91, 151 
Emery, Lee 36, 135 
Emmons, Austin 71. 155 



Emory, Brian 62, 171 
Epperson, Amanda 10, 71, 107, 

110. 138, 139 
Ernst, Loy 71, 155 
Ertz, All 18,71 
Essex, Scott 55 
Etheridge, Amberely 106, 110, 

113, 129 
Exiey. Sarah 43, 71, 87, 129 
Ezelle. Robert 103. Ill, 112, 

143 



G 



T 



Farrls, Canaan 30 

Faust, Chrissie 72, 108, 139 

Federico. Meghan 72, 125 

Felker. Megan 56, 72, 125 

Fell, Julia 22. 39, 72, 117 

Fenstermaker. Kathryn 72, 129 

Ferguson, Ashley 72, 129 

Fermon, Priscilla 113 

Fett, Katie 17, 19, 72, 129 

Fiser, Harvey 65 

Fisher, Jason 114. 143 

Fitzgerald. Ife 62 

Fleet, Trey 72. 106, 107, 147 

Flegel,Josh 23,62 

Fleming, Sara 50, 51, 72 

Fletcher, Blake 155 

Followwill, McKenzie 19. 72, 99, 

109, 110, 117, 129 
Fontenelle, Brandon 8, 72, 146, 

147 
Fontenot, Rachel 32, 33, 72. 76. 

108, 112, 125, 162 
Forch, Roscoe 22, 45, 56, 72, 

164 
Ford, Emily 72, 107, 108, 129 
Fortenberry, Don 59,62,63.107. 

108, 111. 114 
Fowler, Nick 107. 112 
Fox, John 14, 25, 49, 106,168 
Fox, Kim 43, 72, 115. 125 
Foxx, Brittany 72 
Francis, Chrystal 72, 92, 99, 107, 

114 
Francis, Jordan 72, 106, 139 
Franklin, Michael 72 
Freeman, Veronica 109 
Freis, Catherine 64, 109 
Fremin, Richard 51, 62 
Frese, Leslie 14,40,47,53,72, 

89. 112. 129 
Friis, Peter 64, 111 
Frommeyer, Aaron 53, 155 
Fuitz. Chris 72, 143 



Galicki, Stan 64 

Gallagher, Allison 72. 79, 108, 

128, 129 
Ganesh, Naveen 107 
Gann, Del 64 
Gardner, Jeffery 135 
Gardner, Sheena 46, 47, 91. 115 
Gardner-Cox, Sarah 17, 72, 99, 

103, 106, 110, 112, 113, 114, 

115, 125 
Gargoum, Jazmin 5, 92, 93, 103, 

106, 116 
Garner, Doug 49 
Garrett. Paula 65 
Garvin. Lisa 83, 116 
Gaskin, Lindsey 72, 106, 107 
Gaudet, Joby 72, 135 
Gay, Sam 36 
Gibson, John 72, 147 
Gibson, Ryan 135 
Gibson, Victoria 29, 51, 72,77 
Gilbert, Cory 72, 109. 114 
Giles, Erin 72, 111, 132, 160, 161 
Gilmore, J.J. 30, 72, 
Gilreath, Rebecca 26, 73, 129 
Giorgio, Kellie 10, 73, 139 
Giurintano. Christina 111, 112 
Giurintano, Jonathan 52, 53, 56, 

73, 157 
Glasgow, Ryan 73 
Gleason, Mike 73, 143 
Golliher, Alexa 73,96,99,103, 

112,114, 139 
Gomila, Andrew 134, 135 
Gonsalves, Denise 62 
Goodwin, Brad 36, 73, 157 
Goodwin, Sara 73. 139 
Gordon. Charles 19, 32, 73, 82. 

115, 143, 160 
Gorham. John Michael 23. 73. 

97, 111, 116 
Gourlay, Erin 168 
Goza, Brandon 73 
Grantham, Laura Lynn 73. 113 
Graybeal, Chuck 54, 55, 157 
Greaney. Emily 139 
Green. Renee 15, 43, 51, 56, 73, 

129 
Greenhaw, Brad 22. 23, 44. 45, 

73,87, 106, 110 
Greer, Lindsey 3, 13, 79, 85, 96, 

97, 107, 108, 110, 111. 112. 

114. 116. 128. 129. 160, 161 
Greer, Sara 46, 47, 53, 73, 125 
Griffin, Curtis 73, 135 



Griffin, Eric 64. 112 
Grimes, Tiffany 73, 107, 129 
Grissom. Mimi 17, 73, 139 
Groglio, Greg 36, 73 
Guenther, Sarah 13, 73, 129 
Guidry, Michael 19, 92. 93. 106. 

157 
Gupta, Akanksha 21 
Gupta, Khyati 18, 21, 108, 117 
Guthrie, Hannah 59, 73, 129 
Gutti, Vimala 73 



^ 



Hadley. Jason 48. 49 

Hale, Christina 73, 108, 125 

Hall, Brian 73, 147 

Hamblen, Hillary 11,18,29,53. 

73, 76, 90, 108, 116, 128, 

129, 162 
Hamlet, Stephanie 73 
Hamm, Jennifer 47 
Hammond, Grace 73, 124, 125 
Hammond, Tiffany 73, 80, 91, 

107, 108 
Hamon. Mark 7, 64 
Hampton, Sean 36, 135 
Hanauer, Sarah 26. 151 
Hanna. Josh 6,22,30. 73, 114, 

143 
Hardin, Will 19, 74, 135 
Hardwick, Kalea 47, 51 
Hardy, Erin 107 
Harmon, Drew 15, 74, 95, 97, 99, 

108, 109, 111 
Harmon. Holly 74 
Harmon, Ken 24, 61, 106 
Harns, Andrew 74, 109, 112, 

116. 154. 155 
Harris, Ashley 32, 33,74, 139 
Harris, Chris 74, 147 
Harris, James 64 
Harvey, Danielle 9, 74, 107, 108, 

111 
Haynes, Brandon 74, 113. 115, 

154, 155 
Haynes, Jacques 92, 96, 122, 

123,161 
Haynes, Tralane 72. 74 
Hays. Scott 2, 19, 74. 113. 156. 

157 
Heard. Rachel 64 
Hebert, Nikki 21, 74, 84. 125 
Hedges. Becca 108, 125, 164 
Henderson, Paige 6,7,24,74. 

100. 103, 107, 108. Ill, 113, 

114, 117, 125 





Ivana Ventic, Anansa Bailey 



sica Clincy, Connell Phillips 



Sumner Holmes 



Index 



Henderson. Tom 64 

Hendrick, Ann 61 

Hendrlx. Tal 49 

Henke, Emily 74. 125 

Henke. Michael 74. 98, 107. 135 

Henry. Kimberly 32. 74. 119. 120. 

121. 163 
Henson. James 74 
Herber. Jacqueline 151 
Herden. Ian 147 
Herman. Camille 18, 74, 109, 

116 
Herring. Kirbi 125 
Herringshaw, Katie 74. 107. 109. 

125 
Hester. Trey 18, 19. 74. 115. 

135 
Hewitt. Ashley 5. 21, 74, 93, 107, 

108, 110, 116. 128. 129. 161 
Higgins, Liz 74, 151, 166 
Hilario. Henry 15, 36, 74 
Hildebrand, Emily 19. 74. 108. 

114. 124. 125 
Hill. Anna Kathryn 74, 125 
Hill.Wes 53 
Hillen, Reed 143 
Hinton, Jeremy 74, 107 
Hinton. Nick 25, 143 
Hoang, Mary 151 
Hoekenschnieder, Riley 74,99, 

109, 110, 125 

Hoffpauir, Jessica 108, 124, 125 
Hogan, Kimberly 99, 114 
Hogan. Robert 74 
Holcomb. Jamie 74. 99. 103. 110, 

112. 113. 116. 129. 166 
Holcomb. Megan 74, 129 
Holland, Amanda 74,128,129, 

160 
Hollenbeck, Jay 49, 75 
Holliday, Krystle 47, 75, 129 
Hollis, Major 75, 112, 135 
Holmes, Sumner 23, 75, 147. 

167 
Hooper, David 99 
Hooper. Ryan 75. 87, 155 
Hopkins. Graham 21. 75. 135 
Hopkins. Patnck 65 
Home. Amanda 150. 151 
Houston. Elliott 36. 157 
Howe, Alyce 75, 125 
Hudnell, Alisha 75, 151 
Hudson, Michael 89 
Huettenrauch, Tina 75, 92, 112, 



113, 114 
Huffman, Adam 73, 154, 155 
Hughes, Katie 75 
Hulsey, Betty 62, 171 
Hunt, Trace 111 
Hunter, Ellen 21 
Hunter, Jeremy 75 
Hutzel, David 49. 75 
Hyneman. Meg 75 



a 



Ighoavodha. Oghale 36. 37. 

112 
Ingram. Brandon 49, 56. 75 
Ingram. Daniel 157 
Ingram, Joseph 36 
Ivanova, Jivka 5,75,78,82,94, 

99. 103. 106. 109. 110, 115. 

116, 117. 163 
Iverson. James 75 
Ivy. Zandria 75, 104, 108. 113. 

125 



#/ 



Jabeen. Nishad 99 
Jacks. Holly 75 
Jackson, Thomas 75 
Jacobson. Kate 75. 85, 

113, 114,115, 116. 117 
Jarin. Jason 40, 41, 75. 99, 106, 

113, 114, 115. 171 
Jasso, Jennifer 11. 53, 75. 115. 

125 
Jeffries, Matthew 75 
Jeffries, Robin 47 
Joe, Rachael 19, 32, 75, 123 
Johnson, Chnstian 75 
Johnson, Elizabeth 75, 139 
Johnson, Emmitt 30, 31 
Johnson. Jewel 32.107.108, 

120, 121 
Johnson, Kat 151 



Johnson. Lee 37 
Johnson. Shelly Jo 27. 80 
Johnson. Theon 18. 19, 75, 111. 

114.115. 116.117. 154,155 
Johnston, Adam 142. 143 
Johnston. Martha 62 
Jones. Amy 75. 107. 125 
Jones. Candace 115 
Jones. Daniel 75 
Jones. Hewitt 75. 143 
Jones. Nicole 76. 82. 107 
Jones. Randall 87. 113. 155. 166 
Jones. Richard 40 
Jones. Sharra 76 
Jones. Skyler 40. 76 
Jones, Taylor 49, 135 
Juitt, Narissa 76, 121, 160, 

163 
Juneau, Angel 76, 112 
Jurney, Ron 61, 115 



K 



Kahn, Robert 64. 114 

Katz. Brit 61. 110. 113. 115 

Kearns. Mark 155 

Keating. Kristen 18. 74. 76. 106, 

107. 108, 111, 112, 114, 116. 

150. 151, 161 
Kebert. Alan 36, 76 
Keith, Jennifer 24. 76. 139 
Kellogg, John 6,36, 76. 107, 

108, 157 
Kelly, Colleen 15,43, 76 
Kelly, Eleanore 18, 20, 74, 76, 104, 

107, 108,111. 113. 114,139 
Kelly, Josh 13, 22 
Kemp, Margaret 76. 139. 160 
Kendall. Kyle 76. 84. 147 
Kennedy, Cliff 13. 143 
Keyes. Keisha 43. 76 
Kidder. Barry 157 
Kilgore, Bobby 112 
Kilgore, Matt 111 
Killcreas. Chad 9, 76 
Kim. Claron 76 
Kimberling, Clint 14,76. 113, 

156, 157 
Kindler, Todd 26, 49, 106, 115. 

142. 143 
King, Bnan 106. 143 
King, Samantha 106, 151 
King, Stephen 112 
Kinsella. Joe 51. 62 
Kinsella. Knsten 62 
Kirk. Ka'trevia 76 
Kirkland. Lindsey 76, 125 



Kirkpatrick. Clay 106. 135 
Kline. Johnathan 76 
Klobucar. Kate 39, 151 
Kocher. Sarah 13. 39. 76 
Koehler. Matthew 76. 135 
Koon. Katelin 76. 151 
Koons. Karen 97, 116 
Kramer, Barbel 109 
Kramer, Caroline 109 
Kramer. Wolfgang 65, 109 
Kregting, Karia 25, 56, 76, 119, 

125 
Krueger, Laura 111 
Kueven. John 36. 53. 76. 104. 

119. 157 
Kurtz. Kyhe 51, 76, 125 



£ 



Ladner, Bnttany 51, 76 
Ladner, Josh 24, 155 
Ladner, Tammy 25. 51. 76. 89. 

111,112. 114. 115. 171 
Lamey. Billy 82, 143 
Lampton, Anderson 76. 147 
Landry. Franklin 76 
Langley. Janet 62 
Lanier, Dorothy 77, 139 
Larkins. Cynthia 77, 106, 107. 

129 
Lasala. Florencia 77, 90, 106, 

107, 114 
Lasoski, Becky 77, 87, 109, 113, 

139 
Latham, Viveca 77, 108, 111, 

160 
Lawrence, Cedric 17.30.57,77 
Lawrence. Christopher 65 
LeBlanc. Justin 19. 45. 56. 109. 

110. 115. 117. 142, 143 
LeBlanc. Ross 45. 56. 77. 143 
Lebreton. Mignon 108 
Lefavor. Brent 106 
Leggett. Niki 151 
Lester. Jessica 13. 77. 99. 114. 

129 
Levey, Marcie 26, 77, 110, 111, 

114, 116, 129, 161 
Lewis. Alexis 99 
Lewis. Charles 61 
Lewis. Lee 65. 114 
Lier. Greg 155 
Linsenmeyer. Jason 62. 77 
Lippincott. Lauren 77. 98. 107. 

115. 125 

Littlejohn. Katelyn 77. 108. 125 
Lockhart. Ishmael 31 



Loehn, tJ. 77. 143 

Loring. Helen 77. 128, 129 

Lorino. Eryc 30 

Lorio. Jared 77. 147 

Lon. Walton 77 

Love. Shelby 17.59.93.106. 

151 
Lovitt. Chelsea 77. 139 
Lucas. Frances 19. 60 
Luckett. Peter 92. 93 
Ludlum. Matt 77. 110, 113, 

147 
Lyie, Courtney 77. 139 



1H 



Mabil. Deng 77 

Mabry. Matthew 77. 107 

MacDougall. Thomas 8. 146 

MacMaster. Anne 10 

Maddox, Kelly 67. 71. 77. 104. 106 

107. 108. 109. 112. 114. 13S 
Madison. Nicholas 77 
Madison. Robbie 77 
Madison, Wick 164 

Madjiesi. Amy 12. 77. 139 
Madjiesi. Liz 77, 110. 139 
Magee. Stan 171 
Maguire, Kevin 111 
Mahaffey. Cody 77, 155 
Mallette. Drew 7, 135 
Mangal, Ravi 77 
Manley, Josie 15, 51 
Mann. Debora 107 
Maples. Emily 18. 35. 77, 97, 

108, 114, 119, 125 
Marinello, Damian 106, 147 
Marinello, Marcus 77 
Marsh, Anna 6, 19, 78, 125 
Marsh, Dan 135 

Marston, Matt 18, 78, 90, 99, 

101. 104. 107. 108. 112. 113 

157. 160 
Martin, Georgianna 62 
Matassa. Vincent 157 
Mattalino, Alli 78, 139 
Matte, Kristen 78. 151 
Mayer. Danielle 7. 12. 78. 112. 

139 
Mayo. Amanda 77.78. 128, 

129 
McCaffery, Meghan 78, 139 
McCain, Cody 49, 62 
McCarson, Louis Randolph 143 
McCarty, Brent 6, 78, 95, 108. 

112, 115, 156, 157 
McCoin, Emily 7, 32, 78, 139 




Ta rrance Miller 







John Fox 



;ollough, Matt 109, 110, 143 

)aniel, Martha 47, 151 

)ole, Becky 40, 78, 104, 106, 

,07, 113, 125 

tonald, VIckey 62 

tonnell, Carrie 18, 139 

lowell, Drew 54, 55, 59, 

8, 112, 115, 146, 147 

Iroy, Daniel 116 

Ivaine, Robert 65, 116 

iee, Lesleigh 121 

lehee, Mandy 6, 19, 26, 78, 

,04. 107, 109, 111, 113, 129, 

62 

lowan, Kim 78, 119, 120, 

60, 161, 169 

luire, Sarah 65 

.ay, Beth 32 

,ay, Marlena 78 

.eown. James 65 

.ewen, Erin 78, 125 

;inney, Michael 78, 83, 157 

night, Hannah 7, 12, 19, 21, 34, 

5, 78, 94, 108, 109, 128, 129 

.night, Kelsey 18,47,53,56, 

1, 77, 78, 108, 110, 113, 

15, 128, 129 

aughlin, Candace 39, 78 

aurin, Edward 78, 99, 106, 

15 

eroy, Daniel 78 

lillan. Eily 78, 85, 107, 128. 

29, 171 

lillin, Lacey 22, 78 

hail, Ashley 18,78,114,115, 

38, 139, 160 

herson, John Russell 8, 78, 

6,116,157 

ae, Michael 157 

augh,J.R 26. 78. 87. 91. 

08. 110. 111. 114. 115. 

46. 147 

ea, Stephens 143 

a. Jana 53. 109 

;on. Kelly 15. 62 

ritt. Leslie 78. 150. 151. 

60 

laud. Lauren 18,27.78,97. 

•9. 104, 110, 111, 113, 114, 

16, 129, 160 

>a, Katie Beth 18, 78, 107, 

08, 109, 111, 112, 125, 160, 

,61 

;r. Brad 135 ■ 

;r, Eric 78, 147 

;r, Greg 65 

sr, Kelly 17, 23, 79, 99, 

.01, 104, 111, 113, 114, 

.39 

3r, Tarrance 79, 107, 168 

;t, Alisa 79, 94, 151 

er, Jake 36 



Milroy, Leif 160 
Minton, Danny 155 
Mitchell, Liz 79, 128, 129 
Mixson, Laurence 147 
Mixson, Rachel 35, 79, 109, 

114, 139, 160 
Mixson, Susan 7, 35, 79, 109, 

114, 139 

Mizerany, Brad 23, 49, 69, 79 
Mo, Felicia 79 
Moody, Colleen 79, 125 
Mooney. Naffie 50,51,79,111, 

115, 125 
Moore, David 114 
Moore, Doug 98 
Moreau, Crystal 151 

Morgan, Maggie 10, 69, 79, 113, 

125. 160 
Morris, Amy 62 
Morris, Brandon 30, 68, 109, 

110, 143 
Morris, Juliane Denton 79 
Morris, Rosalyn 79 
Morris, Sam 146, 147 
Morrow, Luke 49 
Morvant, Ben 79, 135 
Mothe, Amanda 129 
Moulder, Lavon 21, 79, 143 
iVIueller, Kelly 64, 65, 89. 

106 
IVIurphy. Yale 14. 79. 106. 

135 
Murrell. Emiiy 79. 106. 125 
Musso, John 143 
Mylroie, Erik 18, 107 
Mylroie, Leif 6, 18, 36, 157 
Myrick, Elijah 7, 9, 79, 80, 115, 

135 



TV 



Nalley, Kathryn 79, 129 
Neely. Walter 65. 109. 110 
Nelson. Jessica 79. 92. 117. 

151 
Nelson. Sam 36. 37. 79. 

157 
Nevins, Robert 65 
Newbern.Jeff 53, 79, 106, 

157 
Newman, Brock 52, 53, 157 
Nicolas, Andy 135 
Nicolas, Brooks 135 
Nicovich, Crickett 6, 25, 79, 83, 

96, 104, 111, 112, 114, 116, 

125 
Nippes, Marsh 146, 147 



Norris, Alessandro 29, 45, 79, 

164 
Notvest, Tara 16, 20, 68, 79, 92 
Nowicki, Tristan 147 



Q 



O'Brien, Faith Ashley 79 
Odum, Allen 27 
Oertel, Kristen 65, 110 
Ofem, Elizabeth 19, 79 
O'Hara, Tyler 9, 79, 154, 155 
Olds, Elizabeth 104, 106 
Oliver. Ashley 66. 72. 79. Ill 
Oliver. Nora 12. 24. 40. 79. 90. 

104. 106. 112. 113. 115. 

116, 172 
Olivier, Jennifer 129 
Omo-Bare, Iren 65. 116 
Omwega. Nyaboke 80 
O'Neal. Darron 155 
Ortis. John 93, 110 
Osborn, Chan De Araya 108 
Oscar, Deonte 45, 80, 165 
Ouellette, Kayia 5, 15, 19, 23. 79. 

80. 171 
Ourso, Trey 116 
Owen. Hunter 49. 80, 135 
Owen, Margaret 80, 108, 111 



T 



Pacillo, John 49 

Padilla,Mike 17, 93, 147 

Page. Jim 49. 56. 62. 108 

Pahwa. Anjali 80 

Paige. Kelly 160 

Paine. Kaley 12 

Palmer. Michelle 6. 18. 26. 80. 

98. 116. 129. 162 
Pande, Reshoo 16. 21, 25, 77. 

80, 105, 107 
Papale, David 68, 80, 106, 

147 
Paradise, Everett 80, 135 
Paradise, Jennifer 25, 139 
Pareek, Anirudh 80, 155 
Paretti, Evan 80 
Parker, Athena 151 
Parks, Casey 24, 100, 105, 

113 
Parks, Michael 109 



Parr, Stephen 30 

Parrott, Robert 8, 19, 80, 157 

Parsons, Christine 18, 80, 138, 

139 
Parsons. Jon Michael 80. 135 
Paschall. Amanda 39.57.80.151 
Patel. Bijal 106 
Patel. Lima 94 
Patel. Sarina 12.80.83. 87.105. 

106. Ill, 113 
Patterson, Jay 80. 135. 157 
Patton. John 80. 143 

Pell. Angela 99 

Pennington. Scott 53. 62 

Perry. Robin 80 

Perry. Trey 80. 143 

Petersen. Murray 7. 34. 35. 139. 

171 
Petkovich. Kim 6. 26. 80. 89. 

107. 117. 139 
Pettigrew, Jaime 80. 129 
Pettitt, Paul 6, 8, 80, 109, 157 
Phalen, Jenny 17, 80, 151 
Pharr, Lee 36. 135 

Pharr. Lindsey 80 

Phelps. Raymond 106 

Phillips. Conell 30. 80. 155. 167 

Pigott. Meghan 6. 80. 105. 109. 

115. 139 
Pilate. Marcy 80. 107. 108. 111. 

114 
Pitre. Laura 108 
Pitts. Sean 99 
Polar, Sloan 18 
Pool, Whitney 96, 139 
Pope, Mike 80, 143 
Portier, Marianne 81, 113, 116 
Potter, Brett 109, 110 
Powell, Betsy 96, 151 
Powell, Elizabeth 81 
Powers. Emily 81 
Prather. Nicky 49 
Presswood. Emily 19. 81. 110. 

113. 114. 115. 129, 161 
Pritchard. Mary Elizabeth 125 
Privett. Bahen 74. 97, 108, 112 
Proctor, James 172 
Proctor, Leyton 19, 81, 135 
Pruett, Drew 98, 99, 111, 112 
Puckett, Michael 53 
Pujol, Jennifer 43, 99 
Puschall, Amanda 150 





Quimby, Robert 

29, 81, 157, 171 



Rabalais, Laura 66, 81, 125 



Raines, Mary 39. 151 

Raley. Lynn 65 

Ramer. Jessica 81. 92. 93. 105. 

129 
Rampersad. Stesha 81. 99. 111. 

112. 117. 160. 163. 171 
Rasmus. Kelly 10. 17. 81. 108. 

116. 125. 160 
Rauschuber. Marc 45. 56. 81. 

143 
Ray. Beverly 81 
Ray. Darby 65. 108 
Reed. Trevor 18 
Reible. Monica 81. 108. 128. 

129 
Reynolds. Spencer 143 
Rezk. Jackie 21. 81 
Rhea. Emily 111 
Rice. Daniel 9, 55, 81, 115, 

154, 155 
Richard, Kyle 81 
Richardson, Lindsey 81, 92 
Richardson. Steven 81. 106, 

122, 123 
Richardson, Thomas 81, 116, 

147 
Rick, Trey 98 
Riethmaier, Alan 81 
Rigney, Debbie 81, 150, 151, 

160 
Rinaldi.Tom 23.81. 107.114. 

157 
Robbins. Hollis 65 
Roberts. Asela 75. 81. 96. Ill 
Roberts. Margaret 81, 93. 129 
Robertson. Emily 56, 81, 108, 

125, 164 
Robichaux, Ben 30, 81, 95 
Robinson, Chns 108, 157 
Robinson. Sarice 32. 33. 73. 

81 
Rochelle. Lauren 38. 39. 81. 

139 
Roddie, Lauren 81. 108. 112. 

125 
Rogan. Rodney 45. 56 
Rogers, Nat 135 
Rollins. Abby 81. 150. 151 
Roman. Jacques 82. 106. 147 
Rosar. Miranda 18. 46. 47. 82 
Rose. Claire 82 
Rose. Todd 61 

Rosenblatt. Lindsay 5. 82. Ill 
Ross. Ben 109 






Kim McGowan 



lecca Day 



Margaret Cooper 



Index T 



Roth. Callie 39, 82 

Rowe. Courtney 139. 151 

Rowland. Angle 20. 82. 129 

Roy. Tyson 12. 30. 82. 143 

Rueff. Andrew 135 

Russo. Alexis 82. 150. 151 

Rutherford. Robert 80, 82, 108, 

110, 116. 146. 147 
Rutledge, Ross 143 



s 



Sadler, Beth 32. 33. 53. 59. 67. 

112. 129 
Sadler. Elizabeth 82 
Sakhrani. Puja 82 
Sale. Chris 157 
Salloum. Nancy 5. 7, 12, 18, 35, 

78,82, 128. 129. 171 
Salmon. Quinn 49. 82. 135 
Sampson. Andrew 147 
Samson, Jessica 82, 151 
Sanford. Jessica 

82, 114. 139. 161 
Santoro. Jana 20. 82. 98. 

107. 108. 111. 114. 139 
Santucci. Bethany 115 
Sasser, Callie 69, 77, 109, 128, 

129 
Saunders, David 56 
Savage, Raymece 1, 31, 82 
Sav^yer. John 82, 101,105,107, 

112. 113. 157 
Sawyer. Michael 36. 82. 135 
Scales. Suzanne 59. 82. 105. 

108. 111. 114. 129 
Scharr, Travis 53, 66, 82, 155 
Scheffler, Valene 151 
Schetter. Kendricl< 62 
Schettler. Ashley 12. 17. 82, 

108, 111. 114. 116, 128. 

129 
Schettler, John 11, 82. 109. 

156. 157 
Schimmel, Connie 65 
Schmidt, Stuart 36, 82, 135 
Schwartz, Donald 65 
Scott. Valena 39. 108, 125 
Settlemires. Ivy 40. 51. 82. 151 
Sexton. Bryan 23. 82. 147 
Sharp. Christina 50. 51. 82, 139 
Shaw, Enn 161 
Shipley, Tracy 52, 82 
Shive, Robert 65, 111 
Shuford. Kyle 36 
Siefker, Danny 82, 154, 155 
Sigh, Kiger 19, 82, 108. 113. 

115, 156. 157 
Sikora. Aggie 12. 18, 83, 129 
Simon, Stuart 71,83, 111. 117 
Simpson. Amanda 83. 108. 116 
Sims. Madeline 83 
Skertich. Ryan 49. 83. 143 
Slark. Kevin 83, 147 



Slater, James 49 

Sledge. Josh 83 

Sledge. Rebecca 26. 110, 139 

Slepvan, Jocie 111 

Smart, Grace Ann 83, 125 

Smith, Amber 83. 132. 160 

Smith. Anna 6. 83. 108. 125 

Smith. David 83. 155 

Smith. Elise 64. 65 

Smith. Gina 38, 39. 83. 98, 107, 

108, 113, 115 
Smith, Heath 18, 36 
Smith, Holly 83 
Smith. Josef 9 
Smith. Melanie 83. 125 
Smith. Michelle 43. 83 
Smith. Richard 24. 60 
Smith. Robert 83 
Smith. Steve 65 
Smolkin. David 83, 146, 147 
Smyth-Gilbert, Elise 

19, 108, 125 
Sood, Ronnie 155 
Sooter, Jacob 26, 155 
Souvinette, Emily 13 
Spear, Chris 18, 56, 83. 90. 

107. 108. 146. 147. 160 
Spears. Louis 23. 83 
Spell. Brenna 83. 125 
Spencer. Jonathan 18. 74. 83. 

106. 107.111. 112. 114, 116 
Sporl, Karen 9, 18, 32, 33, 83, 

108, 116 

St. John, Skye 21, 117, 129 
Stahl, Chris 83, 155 
Stamey. Elliot 83. 147 
Stanfield, Emily 113. 114 
Stanford. Claire 83. 114. 125 
Stockier. Shay 113, 115 
Steinwinder, David 23, 83, 91, 

108, 110, 115, 143 
Stensaas. Kristina 65. 98 
Stephens. Becky 17. 83. 150. 151 
Stephens. Rob 83. 108. 162 
Stevens. Amanda 8. 51. 129 
Stewart. Christina 83. 107 
Stewart. Jessica 83. 106. 165 
Stewart. Julia 84. 108, 113, 124, 

125, 160 
Stewart, Liz 21 
Stewart. Mark 84 
Stockstill. Cody 84 
Stone. Geoffrey 84. 134, 135 
Storm, Megan 41, 125 
Strickland, Leah 59, 75, 84, 

171 
Stnne, Cindy 62, 171 
Stronsky, Sarah Beth 18 
Sturgis,Ali 47, 56, 84, 151 
Sturgis, Debbie 47. 84, 151 
Sugar, Miles 157 
Sugar, Terrel 6, 15, 59, 84, 107. 

125 
Sullivan, Tracy 111 
Sumrall, Eric 84, 116 
Surber. Mark 84, 113 
Sutton. Jessica 84. 107. 114. 

115. 125 
Swilley. Meghan 96, 151 



Tackett, Paul 84, 93, 135 

Talbot, Joanna 26, 151 

Talley, Nathan 155 

Taylor, Can 6, 76, 84, 124, 125, 160 

Taylor, Daniel 84. 112 

Tedrow, Shannon 106, 150, 151 

Terry. Cindy 21 

Tew, Caitlin 19, 84, 139 

Thaw, Andrew 11 

Thaw, Kurt 113 

Theilen. Trevor 68,84. 109. 110. 

112. 147 
Thigpen. Jihan 15. 84 
Thomas. Andrew 84, 157 
Thompson. Bradley 84. 143 
Thornton. Erin 84. 99, 114, 125 
Thrash, Joseph 49, 143 
Tillman, Becky 70 
Tillman, Ben 84, 135 
Tobler, Chad 55. 157 
Tomlinson. Ben 92. 93 
Topp. Lindsey 84. 109. 110. 

112. 172 
Touchette. Natacha 84. 99, 112, 

129 
Tracy, Jessica 23.39,57,84,89, 

99, 105, 106, 107, 109, 115, 

151, 162,171 
Trahan, Mark 84, 155 
Trappey, Ellen 62, 111 
Travelbee, Briana 84, 109, 115, 

119, 139, 171, 172 
Travis, Ryan 107 
Triplett, Robert 13, 84 
Trocquet. Danielle 3, 164 
Troutt. Morgan 84. 139. 160 
Truax. Courtney 3, 11, 21, 84, 

112, 115, 117, 128, 129 
Tucker. Jesse 146. 147 
Tumminello, Katie 84, 138, 139 
Turley, Russell 52, 53, 85, 113, 

115, 157 
Turman, Darby 32 
Tutor. Travis 26. 85 
Tyra. John 107 



n 



Underwood. Evan Lee 85. 147 
Updike. John 103 
Uphaus. Karen 85. 171 
Usman. John 155 



V 



Vackova. Petra 67. 85. 106. 109. 

111. 115. 117, 163 
Valentine, Laura 85, 151 
Van Brocklin, Carr 45 
Van Hooydonk, Paul 39. 62 



Vander Schaaf. Meaghan 85, 129 

Vaughn. Randall 49 

Ventic, Ivana 70, 85, 108, 112, 

167 

Vieron,Matt 21. 98. 109. 172 

Vinson. Gene 65 

Vowell. Courtney 85, 150. 151 



IV 



Wade. Patti 61 

Wadlington, Jim 27, 85, 135 

W/ages. Katie 18, 43, 56, 85, 

87 
Waites, Patrick 13, 18, 85, 95, 

164 
Waldo, Ralph Emerson 105 
Waldrop, Amanda 85, 139 
Walker, Daniel 9. 24, 26, 100, 

105, 111. 147 
Walker. Nina 85. 109. 125 
Walker. Rusty 20 

Walker. Sam 85 

Walker. Thomas 85. 99 

Wallace. Brian 85 

Walter. Nicole 9. 19. 85. 106, 

107, 108, 151 
Walters, Web 143 
Walvoord, Morgan 45, 56, 157 
Ward, Angela 85, 114 
Ward, Matt 19, 27, 85, 92, 93, 

106, 157 

Warren, Tyler 44, 45, 69, 106, 

115. 143 
Warrington. Whitney 32. 33.85. 

112. 116, 139 
Waterman, Clay 18. 157 
Waters. Henry 85. 108. 110. 147 
Watkins. Charlotte 85. 125 
Watts. Lee 143 
Weatland. Ashley 95 
Webb. Jonathan 85. 108, 111, 

116,147, 171 
Weber. Ashley 42. 43. 85 
Webster. Doug 25. 85. 99. 109. 

110. 157 
Wedemeyer. Barkley 49. 85. 143 
Weems. Evan 70. 85. 135 
Wehby. Joseph 15. 19, 36,134, 

135 
Welch, Chip 111 
Welch, Meg 111 
Welles, Ned 36 
Wells, Anna 32, 33, 85. 92. 

139 
Wesberry. Frannie 108, 125 
West, Cheisi 8, 18, 85, 91, 94, 

107, 111. 115. 121, 160 
West, Wayne 155 

Wetzel, Garner 48. 49. 106. 

143 
Whatley. Steven 86, 135 
Wheat, Ronnie 30, 49 
Whitacre. Robert 86, 116 
White, Bnttany 19. 86, 139, 171 
White, Jacob C, 8, 86, 156, 157 
White, Jacob B. 86, 155 
Whitehead, Chase 107 
Whitley, Mary 86, 150, 151 
Wilbourn, Ashley 27.81.86. 

96. 113. 116. 138. 139. 160 
Wilburn. Sherryl 62, 107, 111 



Wilkinson. Sarah 6. 86. 93. 

105. 106. 109. 139 
Willen. Jordan 10. 26. 86. 115, 

139 
Williamson, Cory 8, 86, 110, 15' 
Williamson, Lane 3. 84, 86, 10! 

110. Ill, 113, 114, 139 
Willis. Fred 86. 94. Ill 
Willnch. Andrew 86. 135 
Wilson. Austin 65, 114 
Wilson, Ben 49 
Wilson. Brooke 26. 86 
Wilson. Heather 22. 32. 33. 86 

151 
Wilson. Jacob 15.85. 86. 

99. 109. 116. 143 
Wingate. Henry 112 
Winnard. Milan 86. 112. 115. 

146. 147 
Wise. Ramsey 96 
Wise. Tim 44 
Withers, Quint 86 
Womack, MacDougall 86, 146, 

147 
Wong, Adryon 10, 40, 86, 105, 

109, 111, 112, 113. 125 
Wood. Stuart 49 
Woodall. Neil 86 
Woodard. Suzanne 65 
Woodrick. Woody 113 
Woods. Trey 10. 86. 157 
Wool, Harhson 86, 110 
Worobel. Michael 49, 86, 155 
Wright, Kaycee 39, 86 




Yablick. Michael 40, 41, 86, 10 



107, 108, 110 
Yakots. Brad 86. 115. 157 
Yarbrough. Alex 135 
Yargo, John 84, 106, 114 
Yeates, Ray 8, 40. 41. 86. 15^ 
Young. Charles 66. 86. Ill 
Younger. Casey 172 




Zagone. Ryan 86. 115, 157, 

162 
Zaneva, Irena 98, 107 
Zeigler, Beadie 80, 86 
Zender, John 135 
Zhang, Keyuan 59, 86. 87, 17] 
Zirulnik, Zack 110 
Zubic, Ethan 135 



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Acknowledgements 

Thanks to: 

♦ Betty Hulsey for all her help with 
book purchases, mailing books, 
and all the many other things she 
did. 

♦ Communications Department for 
helping with portraits and for taking 
some pictures. 

♦ Greg Campbell for taking pictures. 

♦ The Business Office for keeping up 
with our accounts. 

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we mailed out. 

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information. 

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information. 

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gave us pictures and quotes. 

♦ To everyone who purchased this 
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As we say farewell, 
we will always 
remember the good 
times and the bad 
times at Millsaps 
and how the year 
went by so fast. 





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