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Bobashela 





avid Smolkin, Garic Barrosse 



Robert Parker 



1701 N State Stree 

MILLS APS-WfLSON L1BRARV 
COLLEGE 
4ACK.SON, MS 39210-0001 



lackson, MS 39210 . 601-974-1000 . http://www.millsaps.edu 







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Milk sucks. Got 

margaritas? 

-Jen McKinley, 

freshman 




Honk if you think I'm 

Jesus. 

-Rachel Brooks, 

sophomore 




Hunter Abrams JR. 
LaReina Adams SO. 

Noruwa Agho FR. 
Elizabeth Albert JR. 
Rick Alexander FR. 



LeahAlfordSR. 
HudaAliSO. 
Alex Allain SO. 
Taylor Allee JR. 
Alice Allen SO. 



Michelle Allen JR. 

Anna Allred SO. 

Sarah Allred FR. 
Reade Alpaugh JR. 
Michael Ameen JR. 





Amber Amore SO 
Benjamin Anderson SO. 
Denarold Anderson SO 
Kate Anderson SR 
Carissa Antone si ) 
James Antonmi JR. 



Laura Arcuri JR. 

P. J Are FR. 

Beth Ann Baker JR. 

Jacob Baker FR. 

Gwendolyne Ballard JR. 

Hayley Barber SO. 



Kathryn Barlow SR. 
Whitney Bass FR. 
Megan Bauerle FR. 
Maggie Baumgartner SR 
Erin Beasley FR. 
Corey Beaumont FR 



Rebecca Behrends SO. 
Karling Bennett JR. 
Brockton Bensch FR. 
Will Benton JR. 
Gloria Bemado FR. 
Lindsay Besinger FR. 



Paul Bible SR 
Robert Biedenham SO 
Ul'yana Biryukova SO. 
Matthew Black SO. 
Ann Blumer SO. 
Mollv Bohlke FR 



Demk Boland JR. 
Gloria Bolton FR. 
Kelli Bonin FR. 
Nathan Booth JR. 
Elizabeth Boteler SG. 
Natalie Boudreaux FR. 



Elizabeth Bouffanie SO. 
Lloyd Bourne FR 
Chad Bowen SO. 
Jaren Bowser FR. 
Russell Boyd SO. 
Mirel Brackm FR. 







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'f 4 Vegetarian lasagna. 

-Lauren Guichard, 

freshman 




£_ f A turkey wrap and fried 
okra. 
-Mirel Brackin, 
freshman 




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Jana Brady SR. 

Louis Brantmeyer FR. 

Alexander Buck SO. 

Brandt Buckler FR. 

Karolyn Buckner FR. 



Nick Buckner FR. 

Jeffrey Bunn JR. 

Philip Bums FR. 
Mason Burrell FR. 

David Butler SO. 






Hardy Butler FR. 

Amanda Cain FR. 

Ben Cain SO. 

Lia Calhoun SO. 

' Calvasina FR. 





( ree( antrell IK. 
lames Carey FR. 
Andy Carlson S< I 
Bjorn Carlsson SR. 
Robyn Carpenter FR. 
Mary Caskey FR. 



el Castille SO. 
Aimee Catalanotto SO. 
David Chandler JR. 

leather Chapman FR. 

"aylor Cheeseman FR. 
Matthew Chouest FR. 



i\a Clayton FR. 

ravis Clements SO. 

acqueline Coale JR. 
Katie Collins SO. 
hua Conlee FR. 
Louis Conley JR. 



Lacey Cook SR. 
Patrick Cook SO. 
Philip Cortese SO. 
Will Coursey FR. 
Katelynn Cowan SO. 
Nick Crawford SR. 



Henry Crosby SR 
Alex Cummings FR. 
George Cummings SO. 
Ebonye Cunningham FR. 
Christopher Curren SR. 
Michael Curren JR 



Woods Curry JR. 
Jensen Curtis FR. 
Da\ id Dale FR. 
Chris Daniels FR. 
Luke Darby SO. 
Rikki Darcey JR. 



Ellen Davies FR. 
Elizabeth Davis SR. 
Matthew Deweese SO. 
Holly Dickens SR. 
Crystal Dickerson SO. 
Elizabeth Dodson FR. 



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(^Possibilities 



. . . unlimited funds y where would you go: 



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I would go to Spain 

because of the art, the 

history, and the hot 

guys. 

-Beth Fossen, 

freshman 




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I would like to go on 

a tour of Italy because 

of its cultural richness, 

historic buildings, and 

its beauty! 

-Kari Hurfstatler, 

sophomore 




Maryam Dogar FR. 

Kyle Doherty JR. 

John Douglas SR. 

Nick Dubuisson FR. 

Samantha Easterhnu FR 



Holly Edwards FR. 

Ahmed Elalighe SO. 

Erin Elliot JR. 

Rome Emmons JR. 
Mathew English FR. 



Sarah Exley JR. 
Allan Eyrich SO. 
Julia Fell JR. 
Ashley Ferguson JR. 
Madison Field FR. 





Rachel Fontenot JR 
Revis Fortune IK. 
Kimbcrl) Fox SR 

Michael Franklin SR. 
Phoebe Frasei 1 l< 
[Crystal 1 razier FR 



Andrew Fredericks FR 
Leslie Frese SR. 
Jane I ullei JR 
James Furrh FR. 
Jonathan Gamble FR. 
Shannon Garrison FR. 



Anh Giang FR. 
Chelsi Gibbons FR. 
Victoria Gibson SR. 
Lydia Gikas FR. 
Nick Gilbert FR. 
Jonathan Giunntano JR. 



Gary Gleason JR. 
Bradley Goodwin SO. 
Charles Gordon SR. 
William Gorham FR. 
Chns Graves FR. 
Lloyd Gray FR. 



Miriam Gray SO. 
Taryn Green FR. 
Maria Greene SO. 
Kathryn Griener FR. 
Curt Griffin SR. 
Tiffany Grimes JR. 



Mimi Gnssom JR. 
Lauren Guichard FR. 
Dakota Guillen FR. 
Jordan Gunther FR. 
Cartier Gwin FR. 
Mohamed Haj j SO. 



Sophia Halkias SO. 
Brian Hall JR. 
Taylor Hallmark SO. 
Hillary Hamblen JR. 
Kelly Hamill FR. 
Katie Hamm SO. 



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.your favorite place to be on campus? 



{f f The swing outside the 

Christian Center. The 

atmosphere is perfect 

before sitting in a 

classroom. 

-Sarah Maher, 

freshman 






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place to hang out. 








-Brian Hall, 








junior 


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Andrew Hammond FR 

Sarah Hanauer SR. 

Josh Hanna SR. 

David Hardy FR. 

Andrew Harris SR. 



David Hams SO. 

John Hanis SO. 

Meredith Harris FR. 

Hugh Hartzog SO. 

Brandon Havnes SR. 



Tralane Haynes SR. 

Scott Hays SR. 

Courtney Helrich SO. 

April Hendricks SO. 

Emily Henke JR. 





Kimbcrlj Henry SR 
( amillc Herman SR 
Sam Herman FR. 
Ashley Hewitt JR 
Brittan> Hickman SO 
I mi Hicks I R 



David Higgins SO. 
Liz Higgins SR. 
Kaylord Kill I R 
Mary Hoang SR. 
Susan Hoerauf FR. 
Ja\ Hollenbeck JR. 



I lien HolleyFR. 
Kiystle Holliday SR. 
Sumner Holmes JR. 
Ta> lor Holop SR. 
Daniel Honeycutt FR. 
Graham Howard SR 



Guy Howard JR. 
AlyceHoweJR. 
Laura Howe FR. 
Justin Huckaby FR. 
Alisha Hudnell SR. 
Boomer Hudson FR. 



Schuyler Huff SO. 
David HutzelJR. 

Aaron Hyatt FR. 
Oghale Ighoavodha JR. 
Chris Ingle FR. 
Brady Jackson FR. 



Roxann Jackson FR 
Ashley Jefcoat SO. 
Lauren Jenkins FR. 
Julia Jesuit FR. 
Bnttani Johnson FR. 
Elizabeth Johnson JR. 



Vanessa Johnson SO. 
Bobhi Jones SO. 
Juan Joseph SO. 
Megan Jumago SO. 
Chauvin Kcan FR. 
Lisa Keating SO. 



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one thing that college has taught you! 



How to improvise. 
-Krystle Holliday, ;} 







When you enter your 

room at 3am, you 

should keep an open 

mind! 

-Edgar Meyer, 

freshman 



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Christopher Kelley SO. 

Colleen Kelly SR. 

Gabby Kelly SR. 

Rachel Keng SO. 

Alec Kerr FR. 



Rocky Khanna FR. 

Rebecca Kindler FR, 

Ka'trevia Kirk JR. 

Lindsey Kirkland JR. 

Nell Knox FR. 



Sarah Kocher JR. 
Christie Kokel SO. 

Katelin Koon JR. 
Philip deKozan FR. 
Morgan Ladner FR. 





Taylor Lamb-Jackson FR. 
Darrington Lancaster SO. 
Colby Langston FR. 
Rebecca Lasoski SR 
Mary Latadj I R 
Ccdric Lawrence SO. 



William Lawrimore FR. 
Ross Leblanc JR. 
Kayla Leleux FR. 
Katie Lewallen SO. 
David Lind SO. 
Dylan Lindsay FR. 



Katelyn Littlejohn SR 
Thomas Loehn JR. 
Lacey Logan SO. 
Blake Lopez FR. 
Matthew Ludlum JR. 
Allen Lyle SO. 



James Mabuoch SO. 

n Maddox FR. 
Drew Maddox SO. 
Ace Madjlest JR. 
Megan Maher SO. 
Sarah Maher FR. 



Meagan Malone SO. 
Amy Marcellus FR. 
Ashley Martin FR. 
Blake Martinez FR. 
Caroline Massey SO. 
Kristen Massey SO. 



Alii Mattahno JR. 
Kathryn Mauldin FR. 
Courtney Maxson FR. 
Stephanie Maxwell SO. 
Amanda Mayo SR. 
Brittney McAllister FR. 



Joe McCarthy SO. 
Brent McCarty SR. 
Emily McCoin JR. 
Maureen McDonald SR. 
Andrew McDowell JR. 
Menton McGinnis SO. 







^kinkina 



...would you take with you to live on a deserted island? 



My cell phone, a change 

of clothes, and mouth 

wash. 

-Harvey Hunt, 

junior 




My iPod (complete with 

Disney music), 

sunglasses (but no 

sunscreen), and my 

friends. 

-J.R. Braun, 

sophomore 




Augusta McKewen FR 
Kathryn McKey FR 

Jennifer McKinley FR 
Miehael McKinney SR 

Hannah McKnight SR 



Eileen McMillan JR 

John McPherson JR 

Blake Means FR 

Christine Melsheimer SO 

Tye Menist FR 



Corey Menozzi FR. 

Leslie Merritt SR. 
Kenny Metzger FR. 

Edgar Meyer FR. 
Alexander Miller JR. 





James Mims S( ) 
./ Mitchell SR 
Rachel Mixson SR 
Susan Mixson SR 
Michael Mohi l R 
Brandon Mong I R 



Megan Mooney FR 
Zach Moore SO. 
Maggie Morgan SR. 
Kathleen Morrison FR 
Ben Morvant JR. 
Lavon Moulder SR 



Anne-Mane Mueschke FR. 
Caroline Murphy FR. 
Katie Najder FR. 
Nick Namias FR 
Mary Negrono FR. 
Alexander Nessel FR. 



Bradley Nicholson SO. 
Virginia Nippes FR. 
Allison Noto FR. 
Tyler O'Hara SR. 
Matthew Oglesbee SO. 
Andrew Olinger SO. 



Hanna Olivier FR. 
Jon-Mark Olivier SR. 
Nyahoke Omwega JR 
Bohhy Oshum FR. 
Kayla Ouellette SR. 
Hunter Owen JR. 



Allison Pahst JR. 
Nathan Paige SO. 
Lisa Papale FR. 
Robert Parrott JR. 
Keith Parsons FR. 
Amanda Paschall SR. 



Hollie Penuel FR. 
Burton Pereira SO. 
Conell Phillips SR. 
Alexander Pieschel FR. 
Marcj Pilate JR. 
Travis Pinkston SO. 






17 




M. 

(^Qmbition 



.you see yourself in ten years? 



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Hopefully a pediatric 

nurse practioner, or on 

my way there anyway! 

-Chelsi Gibbons, 

freshman 






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far away from 


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Mississippi! 






-Ivana Ventic, 






senior 






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Audrey Plaisance FR. 

Christina Pohlmann FR. 

Justin Polk FR. 

Dominique Powell SO. 

Lauren Powell FR. 



Nicholas Prather SR. 

Zack Prather SR. 

Charlotte Prejean SO. 

Michael Price FR. 

James Proctor SR. 



Scotry Pulliam FR. 
Joseph Quillin SO. 
Robert Quimby JR. 
Roxie Randle SO. 
lary Clark Rardin FR. 





Kelly Rasmus SR 
Erin Redman FR. 
Monica Reible SR. 

Amber Rhodes SO. 
Daniel Rice SR. 
Kayla Richard S< ) 



Thomas Richardson JR 
Jason Riggins FR 
Debbie Rigney JR. 
Asela Roberts JR. 
Emily Robertson SR. 
Nosha Robinson SO. 



Lauren Roddie JR. 
Abigail Rollins SR. 
Callie Roth SO. 
Jordan Rourke FR. 
Tyson Roy JR. 
Kate Royals FR. 



Jameel Rucker FR. 
Melissa Rutherford FR. 
Miles Sager FR. 
Elizabeth Salathe SO. 
Louis Sallie FR. 
Nancv Salloum SR 



Kim Sampson FR. 
David Sandlin FR. 
Jessica Sanford SR. 
Sital Sanjanwala FR. 
Steven Sarpy SO. 
Knstin Satterlee FR. 



Madhav Saxena FR. 
John Schettler SR. 
Catherine Schmidt SO. 
Sarah Schmidt SO. 
Timothy Schwarzauer FR. 
Cameron Seipper SO. 



Catherine Scott FR. 
Isreal Scott JR. 
Vanessa Seecoomar FR. 
Bryan Sexton SR. 
Micah Shear FR. 
John Shivers FR. 



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t ess we 



• * • 



mnsitions 



..do college all over again, what would you change? 



I'd try and make every 

year as great as my 

senior year! 

-Jenny Phalen, 

senior 




g, I've loved my college 

experience. The only thing 

I would change would be 

spending less time being 

so involved so that I could 

spend more time with my 

Iriends. 

-Ashley Wilbdurn, 




Timothy Shoptaugh FR 

Kelly Shows JR 

Joseph Siefker JR 

Aggie Sikora SR 

Stuart Simon SR 





Amanda Smilhers FR. 
Chad Songy SO. 
Emily Soniat FR. 
Elizabeth Soobj SO. 
Mary Rogers Sorej S( l 
Chris Spear SR. 



Louis Spears SR. 
Brenna Spell JR. 
Cary Spell FR. 
Olivia Spencer FR. 
Christopher Stahl JR. 
Charles Stall SR. 



Enk Stark FR. 
Liz Starrett SO. 
Joseph Steadman FR. 
Christopher Steele FR. 
Robert Stephens JR. 
Chris Stewart FR. 



Emily Stewart SO. 
Julia Stewart SR. 
Marcus Stokes SO. 
Ian Stone FR. 
Leah Strickland JR. 
Sarah Stronsky SR. 



Caroline Stroud FR. 
Allison Sturgis SR. 
Deborah Sturgis SR. 
Terrel Sugar JR. 
Megan Sullivan FR. 
Parker Sullivan FR. 



Eric Sumrall JR. 
April Swiney FR. 
Paul Tackett SR. 
Brittany Tait FR. 
Katv Tait FR. 
Cari Tavlor SR. 



Jordan Taylor FR 
Kane Tebo FR. 
Walt Terry FR. 
Kasey Thibodeaux FR. 
Mitchell Thomas SR. 
Ophelia Thomas FR. 



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<S^svitations 



Paige Thomas FR. 

Colin Thompson FR. 

Rachel Tillay FR. 

Chad Tobler JR. 

Austin Tooley SO. 



Mark Trahan SR. 

Briana Travelbee SR. 

Morgan Troutt JR. 

Cori Tucker FR. 

Kevan Beth Tucker SO. 



Katie Tumminello JR. 

Russell Turley SR. 

Christopher Uihlein JR. 

Laura Valentine JR. 

Cameron Vamado FR. 



Idana Vedanarayanan FR. 
Ivana Ventic JR. 
Katherine Veron FR. 
Dustin Vickers FR. 
Allisa Vincent SO. 





VJhuii Von Blon I R 
Morgan Vordcr-Brucgg I R 
Courtney Vowcll SR 
James Wadlington SR. 
Caitlin Warburton FR 
Rachel Warren I R 



Whitney Warrington JR. 
Henry Waters SR 
Charlotte Watkins JR 
Jonathan Webb IK 
Barkley Wedemeyer JR 
Brittney West FR. 



( hclsl West IR 
Whitney West I K 
Megan Wharton SO. 
Ronald Wheat JR. 
Jacob B. White JR. 
Jacob C While JR 



Christian Widdows S< ) 
Ashley Wilbourn SR. 
Frederick Wiley SO. 
Jordan Willett JR. 
Florence Williams FR. 
Cory Williamson JR. 



Alex Wills FR. 
Gem Wilson FR. 
Mary Wilson SO. 
MacDougall Womack JR. 
Neil Woodall SO. 
Trey Woods SR. 



Jarrison Wool JR. 
Drew Wooton FR. 
Michael Worobel SR. 
Erin Wright JR. 
Kaycee Wright JR. 
Peter Wright FR. 



23 




(front) Dean Brit Katz, Howard McMillan, Mathew Cox, (row 2) Dr. David Davis, Dr. Charles Lewis, Patti Wade, 

(row 3) Todd Rose, Dr. George Bey, Maribeth Wann, (row 4) Dr. Frances 

Lucas, Dr. Timothy Ward, (back) Louise Burney, Timothy Wise, Dean Richard Smith 




Dr. A jay Aggarw a I 

Associate Professor of Management 

Dr. Diane Baker 

Associate Profcssoi of Management 

Dr. William Hans 

Assistant Professor of Computer Science 

Dr. .lames Bow lev 

Associate Professor of Religious Studies 

Dr. Claud ine Chadeyras 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 



Dr. Cheryl Coker 

.Associate Professor of Performing Arts 
Dr. Tim Coker 

lessor of Performing Arts 
Jiitu' Collins 

Assistant Professor o I Management 
Dr. Kant on Figueroa 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 
Dr. Catherine Freis 
Professor of Classical Studies 



Dr. Michael Calaty 

Assoc Prof, of Sociology/Anthropology 

Dr. Stan Galicki 

Assistant Professor of Geology 

Dr. Delbert Gann 

Associate Professor of Geology 

Dr. Eric Griffin 

Associate Professor of English 

Dr. Mark I la in mi 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



Dr. Jamie Harris 

Associate Professor of Geology 

loin Henderson 

College Librarian 

Dr. Robert Kahn 

Associate Professor of Modern Languages 

Dr. Wolfgang Kramer 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Dr. Sarah McGuire 

Professor of Biology 



Dr. Jim McKeown 

Professor of Biology 
Howard McMillan 

Professor of Management 

Dr. Walter Neelv 

Professor of Management 

Bob N e v i n s 

Associate Professor of Biology 

Dr. Iren Omo-Bare 

Associate Professor of Political Science 



Dr. Don Schwartz 

Associate Professor of Computer Science 

Dr. Robert Shive 

Professor of Computer Science 

Dr. Steve Smith 

Professor of Religious Studies 

Dr. Bill Storey 

Associate Professor of History 

Dr. Pat Taylor 

Associate Professor of Management 



Dr. Kurt Than 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

Sarah Wamester 
I Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 
I Dr. Timothy Ward 

Professor of Chemistry 

Sanford Warren 

Instructor of Management 



3! 




ete 



eftication 




Karen Shepherd, Ruth Stewart 



(front) Andrew Harris, Autumn 
Calhoun, Ashley Jefcoat, Jeanne 
Bodron, Tom Henderson, (row 2) 
Al Parker, Gail Keller, Dawn 
Nations, (row 3) Don Mullen, 
Blake Copeland, Jeff Venator, Chris 
Holmes, (back) Brian Jackson, Dan 
McKnatt, Adam Huffman 






Shelia Robertson, Nicole Skinner, 
Kathie Adams, Donna Brvan 




Bradley Bennett, Sharon Beasley, Patricia Bruce, 
Katherine Burch, Gail Waldrop, Dana Lang, Julie 
Daniels, Louise Burnev, I cslie Ivers, ('lift Wilson 




(front) Holly Dickens, M.L. Gough, Patrick Cooper, 
Murray Burch, Dr. Don Fortenberry, (middle) John 
Conway, Lisa Garvin, Suzanne Scales, Mary Bolton, 
2 John Reed, (back) Roland Rodriguez, Jim Page, 
Martha Johnston, J. W. Hoatland, Kevin Maloney 



(front) Jessica Brown, Cheri Gober, Vimala Gutti, 

(middle) Mathew Cox, Heather Anderson, Peggy 

Bern,', Jody Herm, (back) Ben Wilson, Kary Pacelli, 

Karen Cadiere, Sheha Robertson, Ken McRae 




Scholar 



tap day 



honors projects 



exams 



Academics 



comps 

papers 



library registration 

excellence 

honoraries 




I HBhBHS HH 



V',V-:. : ,. 





Menton McGinni 



Rachel Warren 



Katherine Negrotto 



THE STUDENT 




Lauren Jenkins Dan Dorsey in the library studying for final exams. 




£9 



Bookstore 
employee: 
Kimberly Castile 



Fourth Night: 
Lydia Gikas, 
Rebecca Kindler 



Au 



9 




Del 




Katie Hamm 



Chemistry professor, Dr. Stensaas, Taylor 
Weglicki 



Aoril 



Exam week in 
the Library: 
Abbott Wootten 



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PERFORMING 




Trace Lee Hunt, 
Isreal Scott, Justin 
Huckaby 



Play Rehearsal: John Forrest Douglas, Neha Solanki, Asela Roberts, 
Andrew Fredericks 




tober 

Dr. Coker 
conducts the 
Millsaps Singers 
at the "Band of 
Angels: Homage 
to the American 
Spiritual" 
concert. 




Singers Christmas Concert 



Emily McCoin, Austin Tooley 
Andrew Fredericks 




«Cat 
Bu chanan 



4RT$ 





> 



Senior art L QS£ LOSE LOSE 

projects 

displayed 



FfWrl F A!Trl FAITH 



Players Awards 
given at 57th 
annual awards 
banquet. 




2. The Millsaps Players, JR Braun, 
Trace Lee Hunt, and David 

Lind rehearse for an upcoming 
production 

3. Henry Waters in his senior recital 



Freshman of the Year - Justin Huckaby; Backstage 
Award - Alice Allen; Frank Hains Award for Scenery 
Technical Achievement - John Forrest Douglas: Best 
Cameo Performance - Meagan Malone (Gymnasia) in A 
Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum: Best 
orting Actress - Jacqueline Coale (Domina) in A 
Fi/^^ Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum: Best 
Supporting Actor - David Lind (Senex) in A Funny Thing 
Happened On the Way to the Forum: Best Leading Actress 
e Randle (Sister Rita) in The Runner Stumbles: Best 
eading Actor - Austin Tooley (Pseudolus) in A Funny 
Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum: Mitchell 
Award for Outstanding Player of the Year - Cody Stockstill; 
Alpha Psi Omega Award for outstanding work over four 
years - John Forrest Douglas 






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JACKSON, MS 39210-0001 



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BEYOND THECHAL 



• 




Lydia Gikas 



Mohamed Hajj, Rikki Darcey 





Preparing 
quantitative 
analysis lab. 
Dr. Ward, 
Beth Ann 
Baker 



Octobei 




Dr. Grubbs: Intro to Management class 




Andrew Olinger, Kasey 
Thibodeaux, Elizabeth Salat 



ACHIEVEMENTS 




Dylan Lindsay, 
Roxann Jackson 



Honors stole presentation to Rachel Mixson 




ptember 



Graduate school 
fair. Todd 
Kindler, Keelie 
Broom 



Advent service. 
Roxy Randle, 
Dr. Coker 




em 




Tap Day. Sarah Bounds 
Ashley Wilbourn, Jessi 
Hoffpauir, Daniel Rice, 
John Forrest Douglas. 



Marc 






1 



May 



Baccalaureate 
service at 
Galloway 
Methodist. 
Christina Hale, 
Dr. Ray, Dr. 
Gleason 




1. Tap Day. Club presidents: Jessica 
Sanford, Scott Hayes, Brent McCarty, 
Andrew Harris 

2. Tap Day. Ashley Jefcoat tapped 
into Classics Honorary by Glen 
McLeod 

3. Advent Concert. Michael Mohr 
Mary Wilson, JR Braun, Elizabeth 
Albert, Catherine Schmidt 



Graduation 
ceremony. Dr. 
Lucas, Briana 
Travelbee, Dr. 
Armstrong 










37 



HONORAMES 




Anh Giang 




Amanda Mayo 

Lewis Wilson Fund Managers 
Purpose: To make investment 
recommendations for the Lewis Wilson 
Fund 

(front) Andrew Willrich, Will Hipplcr. Barkley Wedemeyer 
(row 2) Dr. Walter Neely, Zack Prather, Gabe Briseno 




Alpha Psi Omega 

Purpose: To provide acknowledgment 
to those demonstrating a high standard 
of accomplishment in theatre 
Projects: Gorilla Grams and Millsaps 
Player Production 

(front) Sarah Kocher, Alice Allen, Christina Brotzman 
(President), Jacqueline Coale (row 2) Brent Lefavor, 
Trace Lee Hunt (Secretary/ Treasurer), John Forrest 
Douglas (Vice President), Harrison Wool (back) Larry 
Denman, Danielle Cook, Roxie Randle, J.R. Braun 



English Club 

Purpose: To enhance the literary 
experience of Millsaps students. 

(front) Chris Spear, Rob Stevens (President), Beth 
Sadler (row 2) Elizabeth Davis, Jordan Willett, Mimi 
Grissom, Anne MacMaster 



Financial Management 
Association Finance Club 

Purpose: Serves to encourage and re- 
ward scholarship and accomplishment 
in financial management 

(front) Andrew Willrich. Lauren Currie, Nicky 
Prather. Joe Blades, Bradley Thompson, (row 2) 
Michael Puckett, Gabe Briseno, Will Hippler, Barkley 
Wedemeyer, (row 3) Paul Pettitt, Zack Prather, Trey 
Kelley, Joseph Cavalier, Johnny Fournet 



Beta Beta Beta 

Purpose: To promote research in the 
biological sciences 

Projects: Salvation Army Stocking 
Stuffers 

(front) Tiffany Clade, Kristen Massey (row 2) Terrel 
Sugar, Asela Roberts, Megan Maher. Tiffany Grimes, 
Leah Alford (Vice President) (back) Kirk Jackson, 
Leah Strickland, Sarah Bounds (President), Lansden 




& CLUBS 



Phi Delta Kappa 

urpose: An international association 
or professional educators 

luote: "We love to be educated, and 
ove to educate" 

front) Colleen Kelly. Anna Smith (President) (row 
IHannah McKnight (Events Planner), Jessica 
toffpauir (Vice President), Megan Felker (Events 
lanner) 



Art Club 

urpose: To enrich the lives of 
:udents with art 

'rojects: Student Silent Auction to 
enefit Katrina victims 
loyd Bourne, Courtney Maxson, Lacey Cook, Katie 
amm, Travis Pinkston 



Sigma Delta Pi 

'urpose: To encourage students of 
Spanish to attain excellence and to 
ntice students of other departments to 
tudy Spanish through interaction and 
ipportunity 

Tont) Susan Mixson, Murray Petersen (President) 
.achel Mixson, Tiffany Grimes (row 2)Barktey 
tedemeyer, Russell Turley, Jessica Sanford, Paul 
;ible, Kyle Doherty 



Anthropology Club 

^urpose: To enrich the lives of 

tudents with Anthropology 

front) Ace Madjlesi, Michelle Buchanan, Nancy 
'ates, Katelynn Cowan. Courtney Helfrich, Chelsi 
Vest, Julian Murchison (row 2) Matthew Black, 
ordan Taylor, Megan Jumago, Caroline Massey, 
Irittany Hickman, Brockton Bensch. Zhou Tong 




Omicron Delta Kappa 

Purpose: To honor outstanding leadership. 
Projects: Host biannual Tap day 

(front) Janet Langley (fac. treas.), Becky Lasoski (V. Pres.). 
Jessica Sanford (Pres.). Holly Dickens (Sec.) Ashley McPhail 
(Treas.) (row 2) Beth Ann Baker. Jacqueline Coale, Ashley 
Ferguson, Ashley Hewitt, Julia Stewart, Maggie Baumgartner, 
Jessica Hoffpauir, Camille Herman (row 3) Courtney Vowell, 
Lacey Cook, John Kellogg, Amanda Mayo, Amanda Stevens, 
Ashley Wilbourn, Chelsi West, Nancy Salloum, Ryan Zagone 
(Row 4) Andrew Harris, Brandon Haynes, Carl Woods. Brent 
Mcarty, Jonathan Giurintano, Henry Waters. Scott Hayes. 
Charles Gordon 



Student Affiliates of American 
Chemical Society 

Purpose: Serves the Millsaps community 
by furthering the interest in Chemistry. 

(front) Brandon Goza. David Chase. Courtney Vowell. Erin 
Redman. Amanda Mayo (back) Edgar Meyer. Emily Stewart. 
Beth Ann Baker, Woods Curry, David Sandlin 



Phi Beta Kappa 

Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest aca- 
demic honor society, installed at Millsaps 
in the spring of 1989. It recognizes and 
encourages excellence in the liberal arts. The 
Millsaps chapter. Alpha of Mississippi, elects 
members from the senior class on the basis 
of broad cultural interests, scholarly achieve- 
ment, and good character. 






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HONORARIES 




Psychology Club 

Purpose: To enrich the lives of 

students with psychology 

(front) Carissa Antone (Public Relations Chair), Trace 
Lee Hunt (Vice President). Camille Herman (Presi- 
dent) Jessica Quinn (row 2) Huda Ali, Jennifer Olivier. 
Sarah Schmidt. John Hams (back) Kajal Kaul, Ste- 
phen Black. Margot Fountain. Charlie Young 



Financial Management 

Association National Honor 

Society 

Purpose: Serves to encourage 
and reward scholarship and 
accomplishment in financial 
management 

(front) Andrew Willrich. Dr. Walter Neely, Zack Prath- 
er. Gabe Briseno, Will Hippler 



Sigma Delta Tau 

Purpose: National English Honorary 

Dr. Eric Griffm, Catherine Schmidt. Katie Collins. 
Beck\ Lasoski. Emma Doineau. Rob Stevens, 
Allie Blair, Mark Trahan. Karling Bennett, Ashley 
Wilboum 



Brenna Spell, 
Jacqueline Coale 




Sigma Lamba 

Purpose: A service and leadership honorary dedicated to the 
discussion of human rights 

Projects: Human Rights Forum. Book Drive. Christmas party at 
Midtown Daycare 

(front) Lacey Cook. Holly Dickens, Beth Ann Baker, Ashley McPhail. Maggie Baumgartner. 
Amanda Mayo (row 2) Becky Lasoski, Chelsi West, Brenna Spell, Jacqueline Coale, Ashley 
Hewitt. Julia Stewart. Jessica Hoffpauir. Ryan Zagone (row 3) Kelly Rasmus. John Kellogg. 
Ivana Ventic, Amanda Stevens. Ashley Ferguson. Jessica Sanford. Ashley Wilboum. Murray 
Petersen. Dr. Pat Taylor (row 4) Ben Cain, Jonathan Giunntano. Krystie Holliday, Beth 
Sadler, Henry Waters, Dr. Ted Ammon. Scott Hays, Oghale Ighoavodha 




& CLUBS 

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Art History Award - Ruth Rogers 
William D. Rowell Memorial Art Award - Candace Jones 
Outstanding Junior Studio Art Award - Petra Vackova 
Art History Paper Award- Elise Diffie, Holly Harmon 

BIOLOGY 

Biology Department Award for Service - Stephen Moffitt 

Biology Research Award - Tiffany Clade, Andrew Gilder 

Tri-Beta Award - Leah Alford 

CHEMISTRY 

General Chemistry Award - Emily Gilbert, Sam Herman. 

Keith Parsons. Mohamed Hajj 

Junior Analytical Chemistry Award - Beth Ann Baker 

Chemistry Department Senior Research Award - Aprile Gilmore 

J.M. Whitfield Sen-ice Award -Miles Sugar. Courtney Vowell 

CLASSICS 

Excellence in Introductory Latin - Philip Cortese, Joseph Quill in 
Excellence in Introductory Creek - Edgar Meyer 
Excellence in Advanced Greek - Sarah Castille 
Excellence in Advanced Latin - Julia Fell 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

Outstanding Computer Science Student - Paul Bible 

EDUCATION 

cellence in Student Teaching - Colleen Kelly; Secondary - Hannah Mcknight 
Outstanding Scholarship Award - Megan Felker. Jennifer Boully 
Maiy Sue Enochs Lewis Endowed Scholarship -Sidney Peters 

ENGLISH 

Paul D. Hardin Award in English - Chris Spear 

Robert H. Padgett Award in English - Emma Doineau 

Clark Essay Award - John Yargo 

GEOLOGY 

Wendell B. Johnson Memorial Award - Erin Elliot 

Richard R. Priddy Memorial Award - Claire Rose 

Jennifer L. Sorrells Memorial Award - Daniel Rice 

W.A. Tarr Award - Daniel Rice 

HISTORY 

Ross H. Moore Histoty Award - Brent MeCarty 

MATHEMATICS 

Outstanding Freshman Mathematics Award - Beth Fossen 
Samuel R. Knox Senior Mathematics Award - Oliver Richards 

MODERN LANGUAGES 

Albert Godfrey Sanders Award in French - Catherine Schmidt 

Pi Delta Phi Intermediate French Award - Charlotte Prejean 

Albert Godfrey Sanders Award in Spanish - Mary Pritchard 

Intermediate Spanish Award - Rushton Barrosse. Christopher Awwad 

Schiller Intermediate German Award - Rebecca Behrends 

Schiller Advanced German Award - Isabell Thomasson 

PERFORMING ARTS 

Sweat Summer Studies Awards - Jacqueline Coale, Michael Cotten 
Jim Lucas Scholarship - Cody Stockstill 



College Physics Award 
General Physics Awards 



Matthew Bonneau 
Christian Widdows 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 

John F. Kennedy Award - Keelie Broom 
Reitl & Cynthia Binvham Awards - Sarah Hanaaer, Thomas Womack, Jonathan Belli 



PSYCHOLOGY 

William James Award for Academic Excellence - Katelyn Littlejohn 

Award for Outstanding Research in Psychology' - Camille Herman 
Award for the Application of Psychology - Jacqueline Re/.Walter Ruefl 
Noam Chomsky Award for Excellence in Psychology - Sarah Elizabeth Mitchell 

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 

Excellence in Religious Studies Award - Jessica Hoffpauir 

Religious Studies Paper Award - Thomas Richardson 

Henry and Katherine Bellamann Awards: Music - Jacqueline Coale. Walton 

Lott: Theatre - Christina Brotzman; Creative Writing - John Boettcher 

Dora Lynch Hanley Award for Distinguished Writing - Erika Cooksey 

SOCIOLOGY /ANTHROPOLOGY 

Frances and L.B. Jones Award in Anthropology- - Mary Margaret Morgan 

Frances H. Coker Award in Sociology- - Jon-Mark Olivier 

Chi Omega Social Science Award - Camille Herman 

ELSE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT 
ACCOUNTING 

Mississippi Society ofCPA s Scholarship - Kimberly Henry 

Mississippi Society- ofCPA s Outstanding Senior Award - Sarah Beth Stronsky 

Mississippi Association ofCPA 's Scholarship- Alonia Carey 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Wall Street Journal Award - William Hays 

ECONOMICS 

Richard B. Baltz Award - William Hays 

FINANCE 

Merrill Lynch Award for Excellence in Investments - William Hippler 

CFA Society of MS Award for Excellence in Finance - Christian Carrico 

Else Scholars - Maggie Baumgartner, Lauren Currie. William Hays. 

William Hippler. John Pacillo, Jessica Sanford, Julia Stewart 

COLLEGE AWARDS FOR LEADERSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP 

Omicron Delta Kappa Awards: 

Freshman Man and Woman of the Year - Edward Cantrell. Brandi Buckler 

W. Charles Sallis Leader of the Year - Ashley McPhail 

Janet Lynnc Sims Award - Beth Ann Baker 

Beta Gamma Sigma - Juniors: Ryan Zagone. Keyuan Zhang. Alonia Carey. 

William Hill. Daniel Holley. Brian Chadwick; Seniors: Lauren Currie. John 

Pacillo. Julia Stewart. Kelly Rasmus: Graduate Students: Magdalena 

Hertelendy, Brian Mohon. Ying Hou 

Lewis and Reiff Awards - John Douglas. Jessica Hoffpauir. Ashley Anne 

McPhail, Chris Spear 

Thomas G. Ross Scholarship - John McPherson 

Phi Beta Kappa - Leah Alford. Maggie Baumgartner. Sarah Bounds. Laeey 

Cook, Emma Doineau. William Hippler. Jessica Hoffpauir. Christian Carrico. 

Rachel Mixson, Susan Mixson. Mary Pritchard, Jessica Sanford. Chris Spear. 

Mark Trahan . John Yarao 



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WHO'S WHO 



Maggie Baumgartner 

MAJOR: Economics 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Honor Council, 
Chi Omega, Gamma Chi, Senior 
Year Experience Committee, College 
Republicans, LEAD Team, Sigma 
Lambda 



Jennifer Blount 

MAJOR: Art History 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Judicial Council, Chi 
Omega, Kappa Pi Honorary, Intern for 
MS Arts Commission, Intern for MS 
Museum of Art, SBA Senator 



Sarah Bounds 

MAJOR: Biology 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Excellence on 
Biology Comps, Honors Program, Beta 
Beta Beta, Residential Assistant and 
Director, Senior Homecoming Maid, 
CMT 



Hoily Dickens 

MAJOR:Business Administration 
ACHIEVEMENTS: SBA 2nd Vice- 
President, Delta Delta Delta, CMT, 
College Republicans, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Sigma Lambda, Order of 
Omega 



John Forrest Douglas 

MAJOR: Religious Studies 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Millsaps Players, 
CMT, C.A.L.L.S, Alpha Psi Omega, 
First Year Experience, Millsaps 
Singers, S.L.A.C.K.E.R.S 








Catherine Edwards 

MAJOR: Theatre 

ACHIEVEMENTS: NOW CAN, Jackson 
area NOW, Millsaps Players, Alpha 
Psi Omega, Up Til Dawn, Habitat for 
Humanity, Friends and Family Pride 
Coalition 



Samuel Curtis Griffin 

MAJOR: Accounting 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Kappa Alpha Order, 
Sports Medicine Student Trainer for 
Women/Men Soccer Teams, Judicial 
Council, Interfraternity Council, Beta 
Alpha Psi 



Mary Christina Hale 

MAJOR: Religious Studies 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega, Career/ 
Personal Development Chair, First 
Yr Experience Director, Senior Year 
Experience Committee, C.A.L.L.S, 
Wesley Fellowship, Mardi Gras Court 



Andrew Harris 

MAJOR: Classical Studies 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Classical Studies Honorary, Outdoor 
Adventure Club, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Senior Year Experience Committee, 
E.A.R.T.H 



Brandon Haynes 

MAJOR: Biology and French 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Resident Assistant, Senior Year 
Experience Committee, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Pi Delta Phi, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Beta Beta Beta 




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William Scott Hays 

IAJOR Economics and Business 

dministration 

CHIEVEMENTS: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

jdicial Council, Honor Council, Beta 

amma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, 

residential Ambassador, defended 

onors Thesis 



Rebecca Hedges 

IAJOR: Biology 

CHIEVEMENTS: Resident Assistant, 

hi Omega, Beta Beta Beta, Lab 

ssistant, Canterbury Club, Bowl 

itting 



Ashley Camille Herman 

IAJOR: Psychology 
CHIEVEMENTS: Omicron Delta 
appa, Beta Beta Beta, Psychology 
lub, ACE, Presented at MAS 
onference and at the Conference on 
nerging Adulthood, defended Honors 
nesis 



Jessica Hoffpauir 

IAJOR: Religious Studies 
CHIEVEMENTS: CMT, Chi Omega, 
3rd Fellow, First Year Experience 
irector, McNair Fund Recipient, 
micron Delta Kappa, Sigma Lambda 
resident 



Trace Hunt 

IAJOR: Psychology 
CHIEVEMENTS: Pi Kappa Alpha, 
lillsaps Players, Alpha Psi Omega, 
sychology Club, Multicultural Club, 
lory Phi God 













Kirk Jackson 

MAJOR: Biology 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Football Team, RA, 
Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Blair E. Batson Volunteer, Weiner 
pre-medical Scholarship Recipient, New 
Orleans Community Center Volunteer 



Colleen Kelly 

MAJOR: Psychology, Elementary Ed 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Dean's List, 
Four Year Volleyball Letterman, Big 
Brothers/Big Sisters of America, 
Intramural Woman of the Yr, Phi Delta 
Kappa, Sigma Delta Psi, All American 
Scholar 



Rebecca Lasoski 

MAJOR: English 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Editor-in-Chief of 
the P&W, Judicial Council, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, defended Honors 
Thesis, Writing Center Tutor, Intern 
MS Magazine and MS Methodist 
Advocate, Sigma Tau Delta 



Amanda Mayo 

MAJOR: Chemistry 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Delta Delta 
Delta, Student Affiliates of the 
American Chemical Society, First 
Year Experience Leader, Habitat for 
Humanity, Sigma Lambda, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa 



Brent McCarty 

MAJOR: Chemistry and History 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Order of Omega, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, defended 
Honors thesis in Chemistry, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, CMT, Purple & White 
Layout Editor, SBA Treasurer 







WHO'S WHO 



Michael McKinney 

MAJOR: English 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Resident Assistant, 
Residence Hall Director, Millsaps 
Singers and Chamber Singers, 
Interfraternity Council 



Hannah McKnight 

MAJOR: Biology 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Delta Delta Delta, 
ACS Environmental Intern, E.A.R.T.H, 
Beta Beta Beta, Order of Omega, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta 
Kappa 



Ashley McPhail 

MAJOR: Business Administration 
ACHIEVEMENTS: SBA 1st Vice 

President, co-chair of CMT, Senior 
Year Experience Chair, Kappa Delta, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Omicron 
Delta Kappa Leader of the Year, 
Freshwoman of the Year, Order of 
Omega 



Mary Margaret Morgan 

MAJOR: Anthropology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega, Millsaps 
Singers, Anthropology Club, SBA 
Senator, defended Honors Thesis in 
Anthropology, Panhellenic Recruitment 
Counselor Coordinator 



Amanda Paschall 

MAJOR: English 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Women's Soccer 
Team, Phi Mu, English Club 








Kelly Rasmus 

MAJOR: Accounting 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Beta Gamma 
Sigma, Chi Omega, CMT, Order of 
Omega, Beta Alpha Psi, Presidential 
Ambassador, Sigma Lambda 



Emily Robertson 

MAJOR: Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega, Costa 
Rica Summer Study, Canterbury Club, 
Foundations Leader, Project Yellow 
Ribbon, Recipient of McNair Fund for 
Christian Missions 



Abigail Rollins 

MAJOR: Business and Economics 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Mu, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Student Employee in 
Office of Admissions 




Nancy Salloum 

MAJOR: Chemistry 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Bobashela Co- 
Editor-in-Chief, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Beta Beta Beta, RA, Chemistry 
Research Intern, All-College Council, 
Special Assistant to the Dean of 
Students 



Jessica Sanford 

MAJOR: Business Administration and 

Spanish 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Omicron Delta Kappa 

President, Kappa Delta, Marsha McCarty 

Wells Scholarship, defended Honors 

Thesis, Order of Omega, Sigma Delta Pi, 

Beta Gamma Sigma 







John Schettler 

AJOR: Philosophy 
2HIEVEMENTS: Sigma Alpha 
>silon, Cycling Club, Hopkins Fine 
)int Distinction, First Year Experience 
lader, SBA Senator, German Club 



Stuart Simon 

AJOR: Music 

DHIEVEMENTS: Mu Phi Epsilon, 
wish Cultural Organization, Accepted 
to Graduate Studies Program for 
usic and Library Science 



Christopher Spear 

AJOR: English 

DHIEVEMENTS: Lambda Chi Alpha, 

)nor Council, Millsaps Office of 

jmmunications, Ford Fellow, Fund 

r Theological Education Fellow, 

A.L.L.S 



Julia Stewart 

AJOR: Business Adminstration 
DHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega, 
esidential Ambassador, CMT, 
nicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma 
gma, McNair Fund Recipient, Order 
Omega 



Miles Sugar II 

AJOR: Chemistry 
DHIEVEMENTS: Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
udent Affiliates of American Chemical 
Dciety, Millsaps Players, Presidential 
nbassador, Thomas G. Ross 
e-medical Scholarship, Wiener 
emedical Research Fellow, Chamber 
ngers 







Briana Travelbee 

MAJOR: Business Administration 
ACHIEVEMENTS: SBA, Kappa Delta, 
ACS Environmental Intern, E.A.R.T.H, 
Bobashela Greek Life Editor, 
Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor 
Coordinator 



Henry Waters 

MAJOR: Music 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Mu Phi Epsilon, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Order of Omega, Sigma 
Lambda, Chamber Singers, First Year 
Experience Director 



Ashley Wilbourn 

MAJOR: English 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Kappa Delta, Corree 
Anding Stegall Leadership Award, 
defended Honors Thesis, Panhellenic 
Recruitment Chair, Managing and Sports 
Editor for P&W, Dora Lynch Haney Award 
for Writing, First Year Experience Leader 



Stephen Bradford Yakots 

MAJOR: Political Science 
ACHIEVEMENTS: SBA President, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Resident 
Assistant, Millsaps Singers, All- 
College Council, First Year Experience 
Leader of the Year 



John Yargo 

MAJOR: English and Classics 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Ford Fellow, Stylus 
Literary Magazine Editor, Alpha Psi 
Omega, Production Assistant for the 
International Ballet Competition, 
Writing Center Tutor, P&W Cartoonist 







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qj Holly Dickens 
^dJohn Forrest Douglas 





Chris Spear 



Chris Spear, an English major, received the Frank and Rachel 

Anne Laney Award for his essay on the value of a Millsaps liberal 

arts education. 




John Forrest Douglas 

The Don Fortenberry Award, which recognizes the graduating 

senior who has demonstrated the most notable, meritorious, 

diligent, and devoted service to the college with no expectation 

of recognition, reward or public remembrance, was given to John 

Forrest Douglas, who majored in religious studies. 




Aprile Gilmore 



The Founders Medal, awarded to the graduating senior with the 

highest grade point average tor the entire college course of studv 

and a grade of excellent on the comprehensive examinations, 

went to Aprile Gilmore, a chemistry major. She will attend the 

University of Mississippi Medical ("enter. 




Dr. Kim Burke 



The winner of the Distinguished Professor Award was Dr. Kim 
Burke, professor of accounting and the Kelley Gene Cook Chair 
of Business Administration. Howard McMillan, Dean of the Else 

School of Management, said that Burke's teaching evaluations 
were consistently among the highest at Millsaps. 



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Sarah Bounds 

After graduation, Bounds planned to enroll in the 

Master of Science nursing program at Vanderbilt as 

the first Millsaps student ever accepted. She was a 

member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Lambda, in 

addition to serving as the president of Beta Beta Beta. 

She was also a highly regarded 

resident assistant. 






Jessie 



Hoffpauir, a religious 
studies major, planned to 
join the Jesuit Volunteer 
Corps after graduation. 
She participated in the 
Lily Fellowship Program, 
Chi Omega Fraternity, 
C.A.L.L.S., the McNair 
Fund for Christian 
Missions, Sigma Lambda, 
and the Campus Ministry 
Team. 






McPhail participated in the Student Body Association, 
Kappa Delta, Canterbury Club, C.A.L.L.S., Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, and Sigma Lambda. She 
was also a member of Campus Ministry Team and Senior 
Year Experience. 



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Spear, an English major, was president of Lambda 

Chi Alpha fraternity. He was described as "extremely 

conscientious," and a "self starter." Spear, an avid member 

of the English Club, also served as its President. 



CRADUATIO 




Baccalaureate Service 



Processional 



Nancy Salloum 



Kristin Barrios 




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Trace Lee Hunt, Daniel Rice 



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philanthropy homecoming 

the bowl parties 

Student Life 

purple pride jntramurals 

spirit recreation dining 

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1. Ellen Davies, Olivia 
Spencer 

2. Chelsi Gibbons 

3. Cameron Varnado 



tLS Z> Freshmen began the year at Move-in Day on August 27th. 

Freshmen represented A «> different states througout the U.S. The class 

consisted of A ^ O females and XU~r males. The average ACT score 

was Zt O and the average GPA was «5 • o . 




omecoming 

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Majors beat the Tigers 34-12! 




Rob Stephens, 
MacDougall Womack, 
Katie Collins 

chael Sims 

LaReina Adams and 
Crystal Dickerson 
tailgating. 



Team Captains Conell 
Phillips, Casey Younger, 
Tyson Roy 

Coach Dawson, Kennedy 
Griffin, David Hardy, 
Coach Dubose 





1 . Meagan Malone, Luke Darby 

2. Chelsi West 

3. Rocky Khanna 



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Lekha Sunkara, Ani Pareek 

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Diwali Festival of Lights 



Neha Solanki 

Luv Agrawal, Lekha 
Sunkara ^r 

Liz Smith, Ben Cain 

Garic Barrosse, Alex Allain, Katie 
Collins, Ahmed Elalighe, Katelynn 
Cowan 





Millsaps Diversity 



Chad Songy, Rachael Joe 

Kim Sampson, Kenosha Robinson 

Jameel Rucker, Jaren 
Bowser , Louis Conley, 
Chelsi West, Kim McGowan, 
Mason Burrell, Gabby Kelly, 
Jessica Clincy, Mia Hunt, 
Kenosha Robinson, Oghale 
Ighoavodha 

Antoinette Alexander 



Chris 



Awwad, Katie Collins 




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1 . Chi Olympics: Lloyd Gray 

2. One Campus One Community 
speaker: Darby Ray 

3. Blood Donor: Andy Moffit 



Watermelon Bust: David 
Smolkht, Michael Johnson 



Chi Olympics: Amanda 
Stevens h 



Delta Underground Comedy 
Act: Chad Songy 




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Santa Shoestring: Bobbi Jones, 
Kevan Beth Tucker 



Santa Shoestring: Anderson Lampton CSPAN interview: Dorothy Lanier 




jod Donor: Camille Herman Delta Underground: Alex Allain, 

Matthew Black 



Santa Shoestring: Kayla Richard, Lauren 
Roddie 







1 .Brad Goodwin 

2. Mary Rogers Sorey 

3. Jack Rader, Mikey Curren 

SAPS events 



Delta Sigma Theta: Crystal Dickerson, LaReina 
Adams, Jessica Clincy, Liz Ofem, Gwendolyne Ballard, | 
Rachael Joe, Ka'Trevia Kirk, Danielle Harvey 

Kathleen Morrison, Sital Sanjanwala, 
Project Runway Mm 

Alonia Carey, Kim McGowan, Pep Rally 





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Kevin Slater, Kava Music Night 

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Megan Felker, Matthew Ogles 



Brittany Tait, Project Runway Finale 



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1. Meagan Malone 

2. Lauren Powell 

3. Matthew Deweese 



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Miles Sugar, Morgan Ladner 




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Liz Starrett, Kayla Leleux, Kasey Sarah Matheny 

Thibodeaux 



Ashley Davis, Ivy Settlemires, Karling Bennett Dr. Tim Ward 




leb Norman, Kaylord 
Hill, Chris Steele 



George Cummings, 
William Lamey 



Kathryn McKey, Major 
Millsaps 





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Michelle Smith 



Elizabeth Davis 





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2. Cearro Anderson 

3. Casey Phillips 






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1. Natalie Walden 

2. Sana Bhatti, Tiffany 
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3. Roxann Jackson 



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Brent McCarty 



Amanda Stevens 



Dr. Steve Smith 



Ross James 



RELAXATION 

Anna Allred, Stephanie Maxwell 



George Cummi 
Bradley Nicholson 




lah McKnight 



Joseph Cavalier, Christina 
Brotzman, Meredith Drake 



CateGnener 



Megan Maher, Rachel 



mner Holmes 



Freddy Brackin, Austin Emmons, Mark Luv Agrawal 
Kearns 




1. Carissa Antone 

2. Natalie Boudreaux 

3. Cedric Lawrence 



George Cummings, 
Courtney Helfrich 



David Sandlin 



Eric McCarty 




Stephanie Bailey 



Justin English, John Shivers 



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Katie Barlow 




Major Millsaps, Danielle Cook 




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1 . Jen McKinley 

2. Matthew Oglesbee 

3. Taylor Allee 

■— Millsaps Gospel Choir — 

| The Gospel Choir's purpose is to 
§ provide students on campus the 
I opportunity to praise with their voices, 
I connect with their minds, and believe 
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Fun Fact: you will never 
see a newspaper person 
on a Tuesday night 
unless you happen to 
be in the P&W office." 
-Kyle Doherty 



"~ Student Body Association ^~ 

The SB A consists of three branches of 

government which work to serve the 

student body: Executive Board. Student 

Senate, and Judicial Council. 



rganizations 



The Purple and White 

Purpose: To produce a weekly news- 
paper for the campus. 
Funny Quotes: "I, Campus." "They're 
leading people to Jesus." "Woah, I'm not 
down with Satan!" "My hands fell off." 

(front) David Smolkin, Alex Pieschel. Ben Cain. Cree 
Cantrell. Edgar Meyer (middle) Mary Clark Rardin, 
Catherine Schmidt, Kyle Doherty. Kathleen Morrison, 
Kate Royals (back) MacDougall Womack, Sital 
Sanjanwala. Nell Knox. Thomas Richardson. Hillary 
Hamblen, Luke Darby 



Fellowship Of Christian Athletes 

Impact on Millsaps: Teaching about 
Jesus Christ through the realm of 
athletics 

Memorable Moment: Riding bicycles 
through the HAC before wrapping 
them for the Salvation Army angel tree 
(front) Zhou Tong, Chris Kelley, Leslie 
Robichaux. John McPherson (captain) (back) 
Daniel Honeycutt, Russ Boyd (co-captain), 
Chris Steele, Liz Starrett, Zach Moore 



Thursday Night Bible Study 

Purpose: To provide an atmosphere for 
Christians and non-Christians to leam 
about God and to encourage each other 
to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ, 
(front) Mirel Brackin, Ashley Martin, Amanda 
Smith. Miriam Gray (middle) Dr. Lewis (advisor). 
Amber King, Rachel Shows (leader), Niki 
Agho (back) Russ Boyd, Hunter Abrams. Chad 
Bowen (leader). Zach Moore (president). Oghale 
Ighoavodha. John McPherson (leader), Michael 
Price 







Student Organizations Fair: Liz Ofem 
Chelsi West 



SAPS Project Runway in the Bowl: Dean 
Johnson. M.L. Gough 




Anime Club, sword making: Mark Surber, Charlie 
Young 



Outdoor Adventure Club 

Trips: Canoeing on the Okatoma River. 
Breckenridge ski trip. Whitewater 
rafting on the Chattooga River 
Fun Facts: The Outdoor Adventure 
Club has proudly served Bahen's 
Mexican Delight since December 2004. 
front) Julia Fell. Amanda Smith. Mary Wilson, 
Anna Allred. Brandon Mong (back) Alex Buck, 
Taylor Weglicki (secretary). Chad Bowen (vice- 
president). Will Benton (president). Dr. Eric 
Sriffin (advisor) 



College Republicans 

Memorable Moment: Raising over 
2,300 pounds of food for Stewpot 
Ministries. 

Speakers: US Congressional Can- 
didate Yvonne Brown. State Senator 
Lydia Chassniol 



(front) Brian Hall (president), Gwen Orr (public 
relations chair), Ben Cain (vice-president) 
(back) Lauren Jenkins. Mirel Brackin. Taylor 
Allee, Kristen Massey, Winfrey Norton 



Honor Council 

Purpose: The Honor Council serves as 

the advisory board for the Academic 

Dean. 

Number of Members: 7 students and 

3 faculty members 



(front) Kari Buckner. Maggie Baumgartner 
(chairman) (middle) Harvey Fiser. David Butler, 
Chris Spear (back) Dr. Mark Hamon, Dr. James 
Bowley. Joey Quillin (sergeant-at-arms) 




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Catholic Student Association 

Philanthropies and Projects: Monday 

night rosary. Angel Tree, Statue of the 

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Canterbury Club 

Purpose: To provide a weekly Episcopal Eucharist 
officiated by local priests and a fellowship 
enviroment to all students. 

(front) Stephanie Maxwell. Walt Duncan. Mary Elizabeth 
Pntchard, Carly Deweese (co-president), Becca Hedges. Lydia 
Gikas, Caitie Warburton (middle) Julia Stewart, Leah Alford, 
Ashley McPhail. Kelly Rasmus, Emily Robertson, Chuck 
Culpepper ( back) Jessica Hoffpauir, John Kellogg (co-president I, 
Dr. Darby Ray (advisor), Jana Brady. Matthew Deweese (vice- 
president of music). Mary Rogers Sorey, Will Benton 




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The Society for Learning All Cosmic 

Knowledge of Epistemology and Religion 

promotes discussion of worldwide religious 

and cultural issues. 



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Welcome Weekend: Jessica Hoffpauir. Liz 
Mitchell. Jacqueline Coale 





Outdoor Adventure Club canoeing 
trip: Courtney Costello 



Millsaps Christian Fellowship: Natalie Wajden, Kurt Kooper. 
Asela Roberts 



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1. Mangala Maddali 

2. Louis Conley 

3. Jonathan Webb 



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Family and Friends 
Pride Coalition 



[Family and Friends Pride Coalition 
provides a welcoming atmosphere for 
people of all sexual orientations and 
walks of life. 



The members of the 
Cycling Club have 
the sexiest legs on 
campus." - John 
Schettler 



■Active Minds at Millsaps ' 

Active Minds works to promote mental 
health awareness and advocacy by 
sponsoring speakers and awareness 
education weeks. 



rganizations 




NOW Millsaps CAN 

Stands for: National Organization 

for Women Millsaps Campus Action 

Network 

Impact on Millsaps: The pro-choice 

voice on campus 

Philanthropies: New Life for Women, 

Grace House, and St. Jude 



(front) Ashley Oliver, Angel Juneau, Holly Harmon, Rushton Barrosse, Mary Scott (back) James Proctor, Cat 
Edwards (president). Ace Madjlesi (secretary), Courtney Helfrich (treasurer). Aimee Catalanotto 




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Diamond Girls 

Purpose: To assist the baseball team 

with concessions and to publicize 

baseball games on campus 

Funny Quotes: "Well you gotta have 

hot buns!" "For the fifth billionth time 

we don't have anymore hot dogs!" 

"Improvise." 



(front) Kari Huffstatler, Laura Howe. Lauren Guichard, Ivy Settlemires (back) Ivana Ventic (captain), 
Danielle Harvey (jr. captain), Krystle Holliday 



Cycling Club 

Trips: Group rides nearly every weekend, 
biking the entire Natchez Trace Parkway 
during spring break 
Philanthropies: National Multiple 
Sclerosis Society; MS 150 Bike Ride 



(front) Anna Allred, John Schettler (president), David Butler (vice-president) (back) Taylor Weglicki, Brandon 
Mong, Chad Bowen (wheels and gears). Will Benton (treasurer) 






SAPS movie night in the Bowl: Christie 
Kokel, Blake Lope/ 



All White Party: Casey Younger. Ka'Trevia 
Kirk. Ray Kline, Liz Ofem 



Black Student Association meeting: Chelsi West 




Young Democrats 

^urpose: To provide a forum for 

;tudents to participate in Democrat 

)olitics 

dumber of Members: 60 



font) Thomas Richardson, Alex Pieschel, Kyle Doherty, Mary Clark Rardin (vice-president) (back) Anna 
mith, Eric Sumrall (president), Steven Sarpy (treasurer), Kate Royals (public relations) 



Students for Life 

y urpose: To educate the college 
•ommunity about the value of human life. 
r rips: Students for Life Southern Regional 
Vo-Life Conference at Loyola University, 
>Jew Orleans 

Philanthropies: Mississippi Families 
or Kids Banquet, Brownies for Babies, 
.aughs for Kids Comedy Show 



ront) Brian Hall, Edgar Meyer (back) Katie Hamm, Rachel Shows, Zach Moore, Chris Awwad (historian), 
mber Amore (president), Miriam Gray, Catherine Clark (vice-president), Chad Killcreas 



Circle K 

Motto: "Live to serve. Love to serve" 

Memorable Moment: Living in boxes for 

!4 hours in the Kroger parking lot during 

he fundraiser that benefitted Habitat for 

iumanity 

7 unny Quotes: "Are we going over that 

)ridge?" " I needed that report yesterday." 



ront) Krystle Holliday, Ivana Ventic, Megan Storm (vice-president), Jessica Samson (president), 
jack) Ivy Settlemires, Allison Zakaras, Lisa Keating, Katie Carmon, Ashley Martin 





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Up 'Til Dawn is an organization that 

raises money to benefit St. Jude Children's 

Research Hospital through writing letters 

and holding events. 

Campus Ministry Team 

Purpose: "Building Community, Growing 
Spiritually, Serving the World" 
Trips and Activities: New Orleans Hurricane 
Relief, Delta Delivery, Project Midtown 
Parties: Annual CMT Ice Cream Social 



(front) Katie Collins, Woods Curry, Julia Stewart. Ashley 
McPhail (co-chair), Jessica Hoffpauir. Sital Sanjanwala. Chelsi 
West (row 2) Lisa Keating, Will Gorham, Ashley Martin, 
Hanna Olivier, Bridget Sullivan. Katherine Negrotto. Kathleen 
Morrison (row 3) Brent McCarty, Philip Cortese. Alex Allain. 
Harvey Hunt. Luke Darby. Rocky Khanna (back) Winfrey 
Norton, Ashley Hewitt, Lisa Garvin (advisor). Miriam 
Gray 




— C.A.L.L.S — 

Stands for: Considering a Life of Leadership 

and Service 

C.A.L.L.S nurtures the spiritual life of 

students and prepares students to respond to 

God's call. 




Student Organization Fair: Jessica Samson. 

Vanessa Johnson 





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Diwali: C hris Awwad, Laura Rodriguez. Steven Sarp 



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Robinson. Valencia Trincttc 
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1 . Charity Cook 

2. Ann Blumer 

3. Winfrey Norton 



— A.P.I.C.S. — 

Stands for: American Production and 
Inventory Control Society 
APICS enhances student knowledge of 
operations management by conducting 
plant tours of local manufacturers. 



— Presidential Ambassadors — 

The Presidential Ambassadors assist 

the Admissions office in achieving 

enrollment goals by hosting 

prospective students and giving 

campus tours. 



[" Habitat for Humanity ™ 
The Millsaps Chapter of Habitat for 
Humanity works to provide housing 
for families in the Jackson area. 




rganizations 



Senior Year Experience 

( front) Valeria Scott, Maggie Baumgartner, 
Holly Dickens, Hannah McKnight, Kelly 
Rasmus (middle) Ashley McPhail, Julia 
Stewart, Susan Mixson, Bnana Travelhee. Sarah 
Bounds. Jessica Hoffpauir. Katelyn Littlejohn, 
Christina Hale, Courtney Vowell (back) Leah 
Alford, Courtney Costello, Erin Wright, Ashley 
Wilboum. Jim Wadlington, Chris Spear, Brent 
McCarty. Christina Hale 

"The best thing about Senior Year 
Experience was the free drinks!" 

- Hannah McKnight 



Black Student Association 

Purpose: To foster discussion that 
pertained to both the black community 
and the college as a whole 
Events: Mahogany Ball. All White 
Party 

(front) Liz Ofem. Chelsi West, Latrese Martin, 
Kim McGowan (back) Sheryl Wilburn, Harvey 
Hunt, Antoinette Alexander, Kenosha Robinson, 
Isreal Scott, Anansa Bailey 



Earth 

Purpose: To broaden the 
environmental movement worldwide 
and to educate and mobilize people, 
governments, and corporations to take 
responsibility for a clean and healthy 
environment. 

(pictured) Rikki Darcey. Briana Travelhee 









Outdoor Adventure Club hiking trip: Sarah 
Bounds 



BSA Black History Month Celebration: Kim 

Sampson 



Diwali: Michelle Buchanan, Neha Solank 
Kennedy Langston, Caroline Massey 



Student Life Awards 

Most Distinguished: John Forrest Douglas. Holly 

Dickens 

Senior Presidential Ambassadors: Keelie Broom. 

Scott Hays, Maggie Morgan. Kelly Rasmus. Miles Sugar. 

Julia Stewart 

Outstanding Presidential Ambassadors: Philip 

Cortese, Rachel Fontenot, Laura Rabalais, Kayla Richard, 

Katelyn Ullmer 

Dean's Citation for Alcohol and Drug 

Education Programming: Daniel Honeycutt, Kappa 

Alpha Order 

L.O.V.E (Leader of Values & Ethics): John 

Forrest Douglas. Catherine Edwards 

SBA Leader of the Year: Holly Dickens 

Outstanding Non-Senate Committee 

Member: Megan Felker 

Outstanding SBA Committee: Community 

Outreach 

SBA Leadership: Philip Cortese 

SBA Senator of the Year: Jacob B. White 

Foundations Leader of the Year: Amanda Mayo 

Outstanding RA Staff: Katie Collins, Ashley 

Jefcoat, John Russell McPherson. Cameron Scipper, Chad 

Songy 

Residence Hall Director of the Year: Ashley 

Hewitt 

Student Employee of the Year: Michael 

McKinney 

Student Employment Outstanding Service: 

Ryan Zagone. Andy Moffitt 

Foundations Team of the Year: Candice Fisher, 

Luke Darby 

Outstanding Service to the Foundations 

Program: Amber Davids, Carly Deweese 

School Spirit: Christie Kokel, Phi Mu 

Admissions: Outstanding Presidential Ambassadors: 

Kelsey McKnight, Kiger Sigh, John Brooks, Amber Smith 

Panhellenic Scholarship: Beth Ann Baker 



Purple & White Writer of the Year: Catherine 

Schmidt 

Bobashela Photojournalism: Gabrella Kelly 

Bobashela Service: Briana Travelbee, Emily Stewart 

Bobashela Editorial Leadership: Nancy Salloum. 

Leah Strickland 

Stylus Editorial Leadership: Katie Hamm 

Article of the Year: "Forecast Projects Freshman 

Tsunami" by Cree Cantrell 

Column of the Year: Wes Hill 

Souls Afire Community Service: John Forrest 

Douglas, Jessica Hor'tpauir. John Kellogg. Ashley 

McPhail. Alumnus: Dr. Frank Serio 

Student Choice Awards 

Best Non-Greek Organization: Circle K 
Best Advisor to a Student Organization: Dr. 

Patrick Taylor 

Favorite Cafeteria Staff: Denise Gonsalves 

Favorite Maintenance Staff: Hourman Skinner 

Favorite Campus Safety Officer: David White 

"Major Hospitality" Friendliest: Brad Yakots & 

John Kellogg (tie). Hannah McKnight 

"Most Mad for the Major" School Spirit: Chelsi 

West 

"Millsaps Idol" Most Talented: Kevin Slater. 

Jacqueline Coale 

"Mr. GQ & Ms. Diva" Best Dressed: Cree Cantrell. 

Cearro Anderson 

"Mr. & Ms. Facebook": Ben Cain, Kathleen Morrison 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded January 15, 1908, on the campus of Howard University in 
Washington, DC. The Lambda Iota Chapter was chartered at Millsaps on May 1, 1977. The 
chapter organized a campus-wide school supply drive and donated the proceeds to Stewpot. 






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savings accounts. \ UQBchool supplies 
donated to Stewpot. 

SOCIAL EVENTS: Pink Ice Party, 
Kickball Tournament. J0083entenial 
Walk. 



OFFICERS: Vice President Kimberly Hemy, President 
Kimberly McGowan, Secretary Antoinette Alexander 




I want a food court for Christmas... Wrap it up!. ..She 
reminds me of Cicely Tyson. ..Is bootleg a new adjective?... 
So they're finally realizing it's broken?!. ..Is her hand in 
a fist?...Dit dot! Write it down!. ..Erin said maybe, which 
means no. ..They need to get a life... I'm going to need for 
Vicksburg to fix their sound system. ..She used the whole 
dictionary... Military!!. ..I bet you know the name of your 
Navy recruiter.. .Little Clubhopper Wannabe GQ... You 
didn't teach us that, It comes naturally.. .Flatter Me!!! 




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Alpha Phi Alpha was the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity in the United 
States established by African-American men. It was founded at Cornell University in 
Ithaca, NY, by seven college men who felt the need for a strong bond of brotherhood. 
The visionary founders, known as the "Jewels" of the fraternity, were Henry Arthur 
Callis, Charles Henry Chapman, Eugene Kinckle Jones, George Biddle Kelley, 
Nathaniel Allison Murray, Robert Harold Ogle, and Vertner Woodson Tandy. 






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on November 21, 1981 

AIMS OF THE FRATERNITY: "Manly Deeds, Scholarship, and Love for AU 
Mankind" 

MEMBERS: Louis Conley, Jacques Haynes, Kevin Wilbert 

ADVISORS: Floyd Williams, Michael Miller 




Who ya with??? ICE!. ..1-1-1-1-9 0-0-0-0-6!... How old is 
YOUR Phrat? The Oldest and The Coldest... We can't have 
any of that!... Mr. Magnif-ICE-nt... Brrr! It's cold out here!... 
Phirst Phamily '06, '08, the rest are too late... The House of 
Alpha... INCONQUERABLE ... Alpha Phi Alpha is the ONLY 
way!... King Tut Got Ice???... On a cold December day... Our 
show is off the heezy, we're making this look easy, so ICY 
and so PRETTY the ALPHA Phamily... We are the brothers 
of the A PHI A... We party hard, we stay up late, but most 

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The Chi Delta Chapter of Chi Omega celebrated Bid Day with a Mardi Gras theme, 
welcoming 17 new members. In November, the chapter raised $800 for Special Olympics 
through their Chi-Olympics, hosting events in the Bowl such as a three legged race, tug of 
war, and potato sack race. In March they held their annual Walk-for-a-Wish and Draw Down 
and raised over $22,000 for their national philanthropy, Make-A-Wish. The chapter ended 
the year winning the Order of Omega award for Excellence in Philanthropic Programming. 






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THE NUMBERS: 7()nembers. 
73^ ears at Millsaps. 9^arsity athletes. 
3.4& vera g e Chapter GPA. 

SOCIAL EVENTS: February 2#iint 
the Town Red at WC Don's. Fall Party at 

93(^ lues Cafe - April2(J :leusinian Bal1 
at Montes. 

OFFICERS: (front) Treasurer Emily Henke, VP 
Meaghan Derrick, President Megan FeLker, Panhellenic 
Delegate Kayla Richard, (back) New Member Educator 
Stephanie Maxwell, Panhellenic Executive Cameron 
Scipper, Secretary Darrington Lancaster, Personnel 
Megan Maher 





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rhinos. ..go for the gold!. .. caddy wompus... club cadillac 
featuring DF easie E.. .they're all running.. .that doesn't 
mean stop, it means give me a high five... happy 
digestion... fruit cup!. ..cheese ballL.yo vanilla, kick it 
one time boyz...it's a Mickey Avalon morning... cupcake 
with sprinkles on top for your birthday.. .space camp... 
Millsaps walk it out... I wanna be your Valentine, baby... 
wa jee sha wan (I'm lovin' it). ..in the bag!. ..flip cup at 
the Pike house.. .you can't fix stupid. ..I hate hotdogs!!!... 
peace, love and Valena...no gravity.. .Mary.. .April... 
political conversations. ..Suzie...hellie... Bob. ..London 
Bridge.. .umbrella raincoat. .leetle bitty teeny tiny.. .slam 
me up against a wall. ..hey boo... "things".. .calls from 
Gloria Estefan during rush... sisterhood of the S.O.N. 




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Delta Delta Delta was founded Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, at Boston University. Tri Delta 
kicked off their 20th year at Millsaps College by celebrating Bid Day Caribbean Pirate 
style and initiating 25 new members. Tri Delta hosted Delta Underground to raise money 
for their national philanthropy, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. They aided in the 
national Tri Delta "10 for 10" campaign to raise ten million dollars in ten years, and they 
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Underground. 43 :om P e ^ ltors m tne 
1st annual Video Game Tournament. 
3 (jnembers in honoraries. 

SOCIAL EVENTS. October2 g'all 

Party at Que Sera. April J ^> tars and 

Crescent Formal at Mardi Gras 

OFFICERS, (front) Academic Brandi Buckler, 
Panhellenic Rep Beth Ann Baker, VP Membership 
Michelle Palmer, President Ashley Ferguson, Secretary 
Caroline Stroud, Sponsor Chair Candice Fisher, Chapter 
Correspondent Rachel Eldridge, (middle) Philanthropy 
Chair Miriam Gray, Continuing Education Ashley 
Hewitt, House Manager Alice Allen, Social Chair 
Jacqueline Coale, VP Finance Liz Smith, Music Chair 
Hillary Hamblen, Reference Chair Sarah Matheny, 
Panhellenic Delegate Katie Collins, (back) Activities/ 
Intramurals Chair Sarah Exley, New Member 
Educator Meagan Malone, VP Chapter Development 
Danielle Cook, Membership Development Taylor Allee, 
VP Public Relations Christie Kokel, VP Administration 
Megan Wharton 








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havehiood? tella...I love^^KA DOTS.. .Ebony and 
ivory..! You know it's fadeless. ..tne sun won't make it 
dirty.. .Foreign object... she has a small child growing 
on her back... you know who makes the best cake? 
my housekeeper... and that's why i no longer blow 
my nose... surf... contacts in visine= hospital visit... 
Are you all TRRRI DELLLLTAS?... Jacqueline "Jazz 
Square" Coale... Pretty pose!.. I made out with a person 
in a pumpkin costume! So.. .we got in a room!... What's 
that behind your ear? The Finance Team... Ketchup!... 
He was the love of my life! So I ran after him... She has 
the most fantastic. .nachos!... It's electric. ..I'm bringing 
sappy back... Tri Delta body crush... "tryst". ..I was very 
professional.. .And another thing.. .I've just gotta say, 
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Tau Chapter at Millsaps was chartered on February 17, 1993. The sorority colors are 
crimson and cream. Eight new members were initiated in the fall, 2006. Delta Sigma Theta 
philanthropies included Project READ at the Boys and Girls Club, Campus Cleanup, Angel 
Tree, Hurricane Relief Turkey Drive, Faculty & Staff Easter Egg Hunt, visiting Chadwick 
Nursing Home, and Know Your Candidate Political Forum. 






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MEMBERS: Danielle Harvey, Ka'Trevia Kirk, Rachael Joe, Gwendolyne 
Ballard, Elizabeth Ofem, Crystal Dickerson, LaReina Adams, Jessica Clincy 





Deltas are RED HOTT!!... Can I get my $5?... Joe of the 
Rachael... Coleman Love... Two Scoops... You better be 
Owt!!!... Cause Delta's what I had to be!... Jump, Duck, 
Run, don't run into the car!!... It's a big dog running 
behind us... Take off your sunglasses, you're too fly!... 
00-00!!!00-00!!L. SPEC... That's wassup... She looks 
like the crazy woman who puts her lipstick around her 
lips... I'll be glad when its over... Electrifying Ladies 
Exemplifying Minerva's Everlasting Notion of TRUE 
Sisterhood... I never wanna hear Zoom Zoom again!... 
You better know this verbatim... Miss Piggy... I'm here to 
let you know DST is gon steal da show!!! Anybody have 
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Alpha Mu Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order was founded in 1894 at Millsaps. Alpha 
Mu is the oldest Kappa Alpha chapter in Mississippi and the most decorated Chapter 
nationwide. In November, the chapter dedicated the Ned Wells Memorial Library in honor 
of Ned Wells and his family. 



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pool. Sweethearts. \ T^Iew Members. 

EVENTS: December 2>ld South in 
Mobile, AL. November \ ^Dedication 
of Ned Wells Memorial Library. March 
2 (Sponsored Campus- Wide Alcohol 
Education Program. April 2 J-uau. 



OFFICERS: (front) VI Steven Whatley, IV Jon Bellish, 
II Robert Biedenharn, (back) I Ben Morvant, VH Erik 
Stark, (not pictured) HI Brian Chadwick, V Quinn 
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Kappa Delta was founded September 26, 1897 at State Female Normal School at Farmville, 
Virgina. Kappa Delta jump started its 92nd year at Millaps with the Bid Day theme "Lights, 
Camera, KD!" KD hosted a golf tournament at Whispering Pines and annual silent auction 
held at Schimmel's to benefit PCAA and the Family Support Center of Metro Jackson. 
The Kappa Deltas finished the spring semester being named Order of Omega Sorority of 
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BY THE NUMBERS: 7()nembers. 
Jnember chosen for Millsaps Hall of 
Fame. 5 nem b ers named Who's Who. 
2Qiew members. 

SOCIAL EVENTS: March3XThe 

Bradfords played at Emerald Ball, held at 
the Capitol Club. February 2 3^- nnual 
Shamrock Project raised over $24,000. 

OFFICERS: (front) VP Membership Chelsea Lovitt, 
President Jordan Willett, Panhellenic Representative 
Megan Jumago, Secretary Mimi Grissom, (back) VP 
Standards Katie Sargent. VP Member Education Kevan 
Beth Tucker, VP PR Sarah Schmidt, Treasurer Rachel 
Keng, VP Operations Gwen Orr 




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Waylon boo-boo ... scabies... P.U.D.HH ... Whataburger, « 
Whataburger, Whataburger... definitely the cheese... 
COWBOY... She cherishes a coke... DO Y'ALL NEED 
SOME GAS-O-LINE?! .. jshowstoppers... children are 
like drunk people... KATIE! ...you can't sit with us ... 
Trtnt Lott cenSirs this message... SHE CRUMBLED 
HERE... Our team never loses... RIDIC ... Be discrete!... 
Please don't sing booty dancing music, I may have to 



FALL PARTY (front) Emi^ MMi^ Sital Sanjanwala, 
Meredith Harris, Erin Wright, Ra^^LKeng (back) Sarah 
Schmidt, Danielle Mayer, Keelie Bro^^Alli Noto, Emily 

SENIO»ECEPTION (front) Lacey Cook, Erii3|/ight, 
Pam Bdfljer^B, Courtney Costello, Katie Barlow (middle) Ashley 
Wilbcff^^^^pMixson, Danielle Mayer, (back) Jessica Sanford, 
Jana Brady, iWky Lasoski, Rachel Mixson, Briana Travelbee 



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wash a couch... Are mine the only classes that have 
brain breaks?.. Is this really happening?... You should 



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Kappa Sigma was founded on December 10, 1869. The Alpha Upsilon chapter initiated 
thirteen new members into the fraternity. They celebrated Founder's Day on January 21, 
2007, in New Orleans. The chapter represented the Scarlet and White while participating 
in the All-Fraternity Poker Tournament and intramurals. 



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athletes. \ 3^ ew members. Jnember 
named Master of the Ritual by National 
Kappa Sigma. ZjMl-SCAC inductees. 
Jnember returning to Iraq. JQnembers 
named Ritually Proficient. 

EVENTS: February 2 Jnitiation Formal 
in New Orleans. April^iouth Seas. 

OFFICERS, (front) Guard H T.J. Loehn, Grand Master 
Barkely Wedemeyer, Grand Procurator Lynn Dudinsky, 
(back) Grand Scribe Russell Booth, Guard I Ross 
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The men of the Theta-Eta Zeta Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha sponsored Watermelon 
Bust for Stewpot Ministries and the annual Bubble Party in the fall. In the spring, the 
Chops initiated eleven new members and returned to New Orleans for Crescent Ball. With 
philanthropies, brotherhood experiences, and parties, the brothers of Lambda Chi once 
again learned the importance of their translated motto, "Naught without labor." 



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2 "JSingle occupancy rooms in the House. 

SOCIAL EVENTS: October, March, 

April Foam Party. February Heaven & 
Hell. March Annual Glutton Bowl. April 
Buy-A-Brother, Headhunter's Ball. 

OFFICERS, (front) Treasurer Matthew Bonneau, 
Secretary Michael Johnson, VP Internal Ben Cain, 
VP External Luke Darby, (middle) Fraternity 
Educator Matthew Black, Scholarship Chairman Chad 
Killcreas, President Drew McDowell, (back) Alumni 
Correspondent Eric Miller, Rush Chairman Chris 
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I..A out of 5 frateij|™aen agree. ..There wre all } 
these chains and medial toT^^^devices!...AliMdy?! It's 
not efci dark outside!... You neve'^p^pvv when you'll need 
to cross-dress. ..Oh, it's Bolivia!. ..The Triumvirate. ..I'll 
go ahead and admit it - I'm a bloody whore!. ..Too much 
judgment for one day!. ..I was admiring her from afar... 
Wifery...Yay, my dignity is back.. .Oh, look - empty! Filled 
with all you promiseL.I don't hate it; I'm just afraid of it 
because we're not very well acquainted.. .They send out 
inquisitors, which piss me off.. .It doesn't matter - we cam 
throw harder.. .You're an active - I don't have to waste 
my time with you!. ..I'm going to teach my kids to steal... 
Sun WHO?. ..Well, there are several. ..Not in a bathing 
suit in two weeks. ..Vice is the best seasoning. ..Chilli 
sauce!... Sometimes you just want to gnaw on the log. ..I 
thought it was a concussion, but it was just a hangover... 
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Phi Mu was founded on March 4, 1852, at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. The 
Epsilon chapter of Phi Mu celebrated their 93rd year at Millsaps and welcomed seventeen 
new members with a bid day from the fifties. Through the Dance-Marathon, dodge ball, anc 
silent auction on Parents' Weekend, Phi Mu supported the Children's Miracle Network, witl 
most of the proceeds going to the Blaire E. Batson Children's Hospital in Jackson. 



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9 Unitiated members. \ 5 Sonnies for 
Founders Day. \ 2^°dgeballs thrown. 
«novie nights. \ ^-shirts made. 

SOCIAL EVENTS: November \g 

Fall Party City Love at Basils. April 14 
Enchantress Ball at the Edison Walthall 
Hotel. 

OFFICERS, (front) Membership Director Catherine 
Clark, President Debbie Rigney, Panhellenic Delegate 
Chelsi Gibbons, Panhellenic Representative Hanna 
Olivier, Treasurer Rebecca Behrends, (back) Vice 
President Rachel Brooks, Secretary Phoebe Fraser, 
Sisterhood Development April Hendricks, Phi Director 
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2006 OFFICERS (front) Abby Rollins, President; Jenny 
Phalen, Phi Director Alisha Hudnell, Sisterhood Development; 
Sarah Hanauer, Treasurer (back) Leslie Merritt, Vice President; 
Rachel Brooks, Phi ■■■ector; Mary Hoang, Membership 
Director; Debbie Rignev, Panhellenic Representative; Carissa 
Antone, Panhellenic Delegate 



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If it fits in your purse, it's yours... O-10... Steam can 
power a locomotive... Ssssssss... That's what she said!... 
Soogles... Captain... I see those judging eyes... Do you 
think that I'm pretty???... What are you? Reveal to me 
your wisdom!... Cuju?... Heinous... You better pull over 
or I'm going to poop in your van!... Pump up the jams!... 
Weak link!... My daddy greets people in his rooster mask 
and blue apron... 






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established on campus in 1905 by eight men. The chapter held a wide variety of philanthropic and 
service events including Rent-a-Pike, Pike Recess, and weekly visits to the Bethlehem Center. Their 
colors are Garnet and Old Gold. Their flower is the lilly of the valley, and their token is the oak. 



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BY THE NUMBERS: 1 $iew initiates. 
[ ^fnen in academic honoraries. ^arsity 
athletes, §nembers involved in SBA. 
03O lours of community service. 
Rational Convention Representations 

SOCIAL EVENTS: Bootleggers Ball, 
Halloween Party, Academic Rendevous, 
Pike Party Gras, The Irish Bash, and Pikes 
Peak. 



OFFICERS, (front) Internal VP Freddy Brackin, 
Treasurer Austin Emmons, President Cody Mahaffey, 
(middle) Sergeant-at-Arms Mark Kearns, External 
VP Michael Curren, Secretary Jacob B. White, (back) 
Member at Large Matthew Oglesbee Pledge Educator 
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The Mississippi Delta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon began the year by holding their 
annual social events: Blazing Saddles, Destination Unknown and Christmas Party. In the 
spring, they held their Initiation Formal in New Orleans, followed by a Founders' Day 
Reception and Paddy Murphy. The year drew to a close as the SAE's regained the Order of 
Omega Fraternity of Excellence Award. 






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currently serving various SBA 
branches. J ^"itiated new members. 
$11 ,000 aised for the LifeShare 
Foundation through Chili Bowl. 
IQ^arsity athletes. £ 6 Chili Bowl teams 

SOCIAL EVENTS. Blazing Saddles, 
Destination Unknown, Christmas Party, 
Founders' Day, Paddy Murphy. 

OFFICERS, (front) Eminent Archon Jacob C. White, 
(back) Eminent Recorder Joey Quillin, Risk Manager 
Robert Quinn, Rush Chair Mitch Carrington, Eminent 
Deputy Archon Greg Higginbotham, Treasurer 
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INITIATIOI^FORMAL. Jacob C. 
White, Scott Hays r Russell Turley, Robert 
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SENIORS.iMiles Sugar, Brent McCarty, Russell 
Turley, Clay Waterman, Michael McKinney, 
Scott JEaJKlhad Tobler, Reade Alpaugh, (Not 
Pictured) Brad Yakots,Trey Woods, John Schettler 



11. ..pull... SNAP.. .Abs flexing too serious. ..All sissies 
in-«D neub.. Eminent 
Rogain...Brothership... That's news to me. ..Freeze 
please.. .Most def... That's like your opinion, man... 
I just wanted to do it so I did it.. .Do you want to see 
the things that I can do?. ..Stickybirds... Green paint 
on the sidewalk. ..I started the fireL.MC part deux... 
Great!. ..High Five. ..Brothership...Victorrrr... That's 
what she said... Desperate Ray.. .Rack 'em rack...Ah- 
ssssssss...If you sleep with dogs. ..Mohammed, get 
out.. .The Duke. ..Party in room 530...Frat-er-nity... 
Drinking green tea. 



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INTER-FRATERNAL COLTBTL 

(front) Ben Cain, Brian Hall, Ryan ZagoiMrhilip Cortese, 
Robert Biedenharn (back) Abbot Woot^^Jacob C. White, 
Barkley Wodemeyer, Cody Mahaffey^enjanjin Morvant 






ORDER OF OMEGA 

(front) Debbie Rignev, Lacey Cook, Holly Dickens, Beth Ann Saker.^Bilev 
McPhail (row 2) Hillary- Hamblen, Rebecca Lasoski, Jacqueline (J^tAshley 
Ferguson, Ashley Hewitt, Julia Stewart, Jessica Hoffpauir (row 3)1 
Tumminello, Cody Mahaffey, Amanda Mayo, Amanda Stevens, Jessi^Rnford, 
Ashlej Wilbourn (back) Jacob C. White, Kelly Rasmus, Cory ■illias^Ri, Brent 
McCarty, Jonathan Giurintano, Henry Waters, Scott Hays, Ryan^agone 

LENIC COUNCIL 

ollins, Beth Ann Baker, Hanna Olivier, (middle) 
r, Megan Jumago, Mary Clark Rardin, (back) 
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THE GREEK LIFE: Recruitment ... late 
nights... skits... Bid Day... paint, mud, and 
bubbles ... philanthropy... Operation Shoestring 
... Project Midtown.. .ritual.. .initiation ... 
Chapter ... socializing... tailgating... Winter 
Formals... Spring Parties... Leadership ... retreats 
... Scholarship. ..swaps... Big Sis/Little Sis 
Revelation... Pledge Class bonding 

ORDER OF OMEGA: A national 
leadership society that recognizes student 
achievement in promoting inter-Greek 
activities. 

ORDER OF OMEGA AWARDS: Spirit 
Award Delta Delta Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Excellence in Risk Management Delta 
Delta Delta, Pi Kappa Alpha. Excellence in 
Philanthropic Programming Chi Omega, 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Excellence in Public 
Relations Phi Mu, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Excellence in Academic Programming Kappa 
Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Fraternity of 
Excellence Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sorority of 
Excellence Kappa Delta 



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TOUCHDOWN PASSES AND SIGNED 
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JAN JOSEPH: THREE TIME SCAC 
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WEEK; 2,495 YARDS PASSING; 5 
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WEEK 

LACE: FINISH IN SCAC. HEAD COACH 
MIKE DUBOSE LED THE MAJORS TO 
THEIR FIRST PLAYOFF APPEARANCE 
SINCE 1975. 

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DePauw Univ 52-12 


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Sewanee 35-18 


Huntingdon 


34-35 


Rhodes College 14-6 


Lincoln Univ 


52-10 


Trinity Univ 34-12 


Centre Coll 


38-12 


Carnegie Mellon 0-21 


Austin Coll 


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HUNTER OWEN: SCAC PLAYER OF 
THE YEAR; ABCA PLAYER OF 
THE YEAR; SCAC CO-PLAYER 
THE WEEK 

JOHN PACILLO: 2ND TEAM 

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN BY 
ESPN MAGAZINE; ABCA GOLD 
GLOVE SOUTH REGION TEAM 

NICK CRAWFORD: NCAA RECORD 
WITH 96 CAREER HIT-BY-PITCHE 

JASON HADLEY: SCAC PLAYER OF 
THE WEEK; 2ND TEAM ABCA 
ALL-SOUTH REGION TEAM 

HUNTER ABRAMS: ABCA GOLD 
. GLOVE ALL-SOUTH REGION 
TEAM 



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Ronnie Causey, Taylor Jones. Daniel Honeycuit; (middle) Josh Conlee, Boomer Hudson, Brandon Ingram, Bryant Pulmerton, Hayes Brian, 
Russ Boyd, Nicky Pralher, Andrew Fleming, Justin Carter, Fred Wiley, Derrik Boland, John Pacillo. Joe Blades; (back) Head Coach Jim 
Page, Assi, Coach Doug Fortenbeny, Brent Buft'a. Tait Hendrix. Drew Maddox, Quinn Salmon, David Hutzel. Travis Bogus, Hunter Owen, 
John David Childs. Jay Hollenbeck, Hunter Abrams, Luke Morrow, Zach Moore. Asst. Coach Cody McCain 



6-3,0-5,4-6,7-1 Rhodes 
; Wesleyan 11-6 Austin College 

35 Wins 1 1 Losses 



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NUMBER OF LADY MAJORS 

EARNING ALL-SCAC 
HONORS, INLUDING 
JOSIE MANLEY, JENNIFER 
MCKINLEY, SAMANTHA 
HILL, KASEY THIBODEAUX, 
RENE HEBERT AND TIFFANY 
LADNIER 

JOSIE MANLEY: ALL-SCAC 1ST 
TEAM FOUR CONSECUTIVE 
YEARS 

JENNIFER MCKINLEY: FIRST 
TEAM ALL-ATLANTIC REGION 
WITH A .417 BATTING 
AVERAGE, 6 HOME RUNS, 
AND 32 RBI'S. RANKED 
AMONG TOP 10 IN SCAC IN 
8 DIFFERENT OFFENSIVE 
CATEGORIES 

TIFFANY LADNIER: BROKE 
SCAC RECORD OF STOLEN 
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SOUTH REGION SECOND TEAM 

RODNEY ROGAN: SCAC PLAYER OF 
THE WEEK, ALL-SCAC SECOND 
TEAM 

LORENZO BAILEY: ALL SCAC 
HONORABLE MENTION 

ALLEN ODUM: ALL SCAC 
HONORABLE MENTION 

NUMBER OF COMBINED STEALS 
RECORDED FOR THE SEASON 

TOTAL POINTS SCORED AGAINST 
OPPONENTS FOR THE SEASON 



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Ross James, Rodney Rogan (middle) Caleb Norman, Justin Polk, Cameron Varnado, Chris Ingle, Edrick 
Montgomery. Russell Booth. Alex Wills, Blake Martinez, Jameel Rucker, Kaylord Hill (back) Alesandro 
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LAREINA ADAMS: ALL-SCAC 
HONORABLE MENTION 
SELECTION; LED SCAC IN 
DOUBLE-DOUBLES AND IN 
REBOUNDING 

CRYSTAL DICKERSON: LED 

THE TEAM IN STEALS, 
RECORDING 73 FOR THE 
SEASON 



TOTAL POINTS SCORED AGAINST 
OPPONENTS DURING THE 
SEASON 

NUMBER OF HOME GAMES 

PLAYED BY THE LADY i 
MAJORS 



LESLIE FRESE: SCORED 
176 POINTS, HAD 130 
REBOUNDS, AND STARTED 
20 GAMES 



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Women's Basketball: (front) Asst. Coach John Reed, Crystal Dickerson, Leslie Frese, Allison 
Snirgis, Coach Mary Bolton, Deborah Sturgis. Marianne Smith. Amber King, Asst. Coach LaQuanda 
Nichols (back) Volunteer Asst. Coach Jackie Norris, Cori Tucker, Kalea Hardwick, LaReina Adams, 
Mesan Bauerle. Jamie Sclafani 







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den's Soccer: (front) Andres Colocho. Ryan Schexnayder. Drew Dews. Scott Pulliam. Greg Groglio. Justin Bums. Corey Beaumont, 
middle) Lance Allen, Ben Buckner. Lee Pharr. Jake Milner. Matt MutchJer, Domenick DiPaolo. Anthony Amaya, Taylor Holop. Joseph 
ngram: (back) Heath Smith. Luke Campbell. Oghale Ighoavodha. Brandon Mong. Aaron Hyatt. Parker Sullivan, Colin Thompson. Dre< 
Vooion. Todd Sehneck 









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JULIA FELL: NAMED NCAA 

ACADEMIC ALL-SOUTH REGION 
TEAM MEMBER 

HAYLEY BARBER: NAMED TO 
D3KICKS.COM TEAM OF THE 
WEEK 

NUMBER OF MEMBERS SELECTED 
TO THE ACADEMIC ALL-SCAC 
TEAM 

GOALS SCORED BY SEVEN 

DIFFERENT PLAYERS TO SET A 
NEW SCHOOL RECORD 

TOTAL NUMBER OF GOALS SCORE! 
DURING THE SEASON 

NUMBER OF GOALS SAVED BY THE 
GOALKEEPERS 

NUMBER OF PLAYERS NAMED 
TO ALL-SCAC THIRD TEAM: 
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Huntingdo 


ississippi College 1-5 


Letournea 


3uisiana College 1 -O 


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elhaven College 1-2 


Austin Co 


niv. of Dallas 0-2 


Hendrix C 


DUTH WESTERN 0-5 


Rhodes Cc 


unity University 0-8 


Oglethorp 


ePauw University 0-4 






4 Wins 14 Losses 



Women's Soccer: (front) Jessie Otis, Liz Donovan, Julia Fell, Kristen Massey, Ann Blumer, Laura 
Rodriguez, Kate Goodwin, Hollie Penuel, Hayley Barber, Megan Sullivan, Lauren Rochelle, Amanda Pasch 
(back) Emily Ainsworth, Sarah Kocher, Beth Piraino, Bobbi Jones, Mary Raines, Elizabeth Sooby, Mereditl 
Harris, Callie Roth, Kaycee Wright, Coach Paul Van Hooydonk 




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NO. 54 IN DIVISION III FOR 
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TEAM RANK IN THE SCAC: IN 

BOTH SERVICE ACES PER 
GAME AND TOTAL SERVICE 
ACES 

•AM RANK: IN NCAA DIVISION 
III FOR SERVICE ACES 

COLLEEN KELLY: BLOCKED 36 
HITS 

ANI BABINSKI: HAD 101 KILLS 

NUMBER OF DIGS TALLIED BY 
THE TEAM FOR THE ENTIRE 
SEASON 




Volleyball: (from) Lindsay Dillon-Maginni^, Samantha Hill. Dixie Krauss, Amanda Cain. Keisha Keycs. Sally McCann (back) Colleen Kelly, Ani 
Babinski, Toni Manley, Susan Hoerauf. Kim Fox. Sarah Exley 




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AS ESPN THE MAGAZINE 
ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 
SCHOLARS: RUSSELL 
TURLEY AND EMILY STEWART 

CONSECUTIVE YEARS FOR THE 

LADY MAJORS TO BE NAMED 
AS AN ITA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 
TEAM 

TOTAL WINS FOR THE MEN'S 

SEASON 

TOTAL WINS FOR THE WOMEN'S 



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ZAKARAS NAMED TO THE ALL- 
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's Tennis: (front) Robert Parker, Chris Rolen, Murphey Parker, Tim Women's Tennis: Coach Seott Pennington, Allison Zakaras, Beth Fossen, Emily 

taugh, Trevor Harris (back) Coach Scott Pennington, Alex Cummings, Wes Hill, Stewart, Beth Sadler, Allisa Vincent, Beth Piraino, Graduate Assistant Katie 
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iday. Ivy Settlemires, Coach Kurt Thaw 


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Maxwell, Mirel Brackin, 


Elizabeth Donovan, 


Natalie Boudreaux 



FINISH FOR JACK RADER 

AT THE HENDRIX SPRING 
CLASSIC 

SCORE FOR MICHAEL AMEEN 

AT THE MISSISSIPPI 
COLLEGE INVITATIONAL TO 
PLACE 6TH OVERALL 

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TEAMS 

MILES TRAVELED TO 

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SCAC TOURNAMENT IN 
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Men's Golf: Madison Field, Ben Morvant, Daniel Rice, Freddy Brackin, Coach Scott 
Essex, Jack Rader, Chad Tobler, Michael Ameen 




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REGIONALS FINISH 

NUMBER OF TEAM MEMBERS 
SELECTED FOR THE ACADEMIC 
ALL-SCAC TEAM 




Men's Cross Country: Lloyd Gray. Taylor Weglicki. Will Benton, Travis Tutor. Sam 
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153 




Abrams. Hunter 2, 4, 6, 76, 

130 
Adams, Kathie 26 
Adams, LaReina 6, 57, 62, 

82, 96, 136, 137 
Aggarwal. Ajay 25 
Agho, Noruwa 6, 76, 79 
Agrawal, Luv 58, 73, 107 
Ainsworth, Emily 51, 101, 

102, 140 
Al-Hashimi, Nadia 75 
Albert, Elizabeth 6, 37, 111 
Alexander, Antoinette 59, 66, 

80. 84, 85 
Alexander, Rick 6 
Alford, Leah 6, 38, 41, 50, 

77, 80. 89, 91 
All. Huda 6. 40 
Allain, Alex 6, 58, 61, 79, 

107. 109 
Allee, Taylor 6, 76, 77, 92, 93 
Allen, Lance 99, 139 
Allen, Michelle 6 
Allison, Jan 27 
Allred, Anna 6, 73, 77, 78, 

89, 90, 148, 149 
Allred, Sarah Lloyd 6, 33. 38, 

89, 91, 92, 93 
Alpaugh, Reade 6. 66. 117, 

118 
Amaya, Anthony 138, 139 
Ameen, Michael 6, 117, 119, 

146, 147 
Ammon, Ted 40 
Amore, Amber 7, 79 
Anderson, Benjamin 7 
Anderson, Cearro 70, 81, 85, 

87. 121 
Anderson, Denarold 7 
Anderson, Erin 89 
Anderson, Heather 27 
Anderson, Kate 7, 54, 61, 

69, 89, 91, 145, 156 



Anderson, Trinette 50, 79 
Andrus, Amanda 101, 126. 

127 
Antone, Carissa 7. 40, 74. 

111. 112. 153 
Antonini, James 7, 68 
Arcuri, Laura 7 
Are. P. J. 55 
Avalon. Mickey 90 
Awwad. Chris 41. 59. 79. 

106. 107 



Baber, Mattie 65. 75, 109 
Baber, Sam 117 
Babinski, Am 142 
Baggett, Lansden 38 
Bailey, Anansa 67. 80, 85 
Bailey, Damon 99 
Bailey, Lorenzo 134. 135 
Bailey. Stephanie 74 
Baker, Beth Ann 7,34,39, 

40.41. 81, 92, 93,95, 120 
Baker, Diane 25, 31 
Baker, Jacob 7, 117 
Ballard, Gwendolyne 7. 62, 

82,96 
Barber, Hayley 7, 89, 140, 

141 
Bares. William 25 
Barlow, Katie 7. 74, 101, 

102, 103. 156 
Barrios, Kristin 50. 101. 156 
Barrosse, Garic 1, 41. 58, 

78, 107 
Bass, Whitney 7 
Bauerle, Megan 7, 101, 136 
Baumgartner, Maggie 7. 39. 

40, 41, 42, 67. 77, 80. 89, 

121 
Beasley, Erin 7 
Beasley, Sharon 27 
Beaumont, Corey 7. 139 



Beck, Carmen 111 
Beck, Elizabeth 27 
Behrends. Rebecca 7, 41, 

110, 111, 113. 128. 129 
Beidleman, Pam 101. 102. 

103. 128. 129 
Behsh. John 121 
Bell. Cape 130 
Bellish. Jon 41. 98. 99 
Bennett, Bradley 27 
Bennett. Karling 7, 40, 64, 

111. 128, 129 
Bensch, Brockton 7, 39 
Benton. Will 7. 77, 78, 148 
Bernado. Gloria 7 

Berry, Max 2. 130 
Berry, Peggy 27 
Besmger. Lindsay 7 
Bey, George 24 
Bhatti. Sana 31, 72, 111 
Bible. Paul 7. 39. 41. 107 
Biedenharn. Robert 7, 98. 

99, 120 
Biryukova, Julianna 7. 69. 

129 
Black, Matthew 7. 39. 57. 

61, 70, 106. 107. 109.156 
Black, Stephen 40 
Black, Susie 85. 91. 95. 

103, 109. 113, 119, 121 
Blades, Joe 38, 130 
Blair. Allie 40. 101 
Bland. David 99 
Blon. Ashton Von 23, 105 
Blount, Jenny 42. 89. 90 
Blumer, Ann 3. 7. 67. 71. 

80, 140 
Bodron, Jeanne 26 
Boettcher. John 41 
Bogue, Travis 130 
Bohlke, Molly 7 
Boland. Derrik 7, 130 
Bolton, Gloria 7, 69 



Bolton, Mary 27, 136, 137 

Bonin, Kelli 7 

Bonneau, Matthew 41. 106. 

107. 109 
Booth, Nathan 7, 115 
Booth, Russell 104, 105, 

134 
Bordelon. Ashley 101, 103, 

126, 127 

Boteler, Elizabeth 7, 89 
Boudreaux, Natalie 7, 74. 

101. 146 
Bouffanie. Elizabeth 7. 93, 

127, 159 

Boully, Jennifer 41, 111, 113 
Bounds, Sarah 36, 38. 41, 

42, 48. 57. 80. 155 
Bourne. Lloyd 7. 39. 75 
Bowen, Chad 7. 76. 77. 78 
Bower, Stephen 115 
Bowley, James 25, 77 
Bowser. Jaren 7, 59 
Boyd, Russ 7, 76, 130, 131 
Brackin, Freddie 53, 73. 114, 

115, 146. 147 
Brackin, Mirel 7, 8, 75. 76. 

77. 89. 91, 146 
Brady, Jana 8, 77, 101, 102. 

103 
Brantmeyer. Louis 8 
Braun, JR 33. 37. 109 
Brian, Hayes 130 
Briscoe, Maggie 65, 93 
Briseno. Gabe 38. 40 
Brooks, John 81 
Brooks, Rachel 6. 110, 111, 

112, 113 
Broom, Keelie 36. 41. 81. 

101. 102, 103 
Brotzman, Christina 38, 41, 

73, 101. 103 
Brown, Jessica 27 
Bruce, Patricia 27 
Bryan, Donna 26 
Buchanan, Cat 33 
Buchanan, Michelle 39, 52, 

80 
Buck, Alexander 8, 77, 114, 

115 
Buckler, Brandi 8, 41, 92, 

93, 95 
Buckner, Ben 30. 138. 139 
Buckner, Karolyn 8. 77. 93 
Buckner, Nick 8 
Buffa, Brent 130 
Bunn. Jeffrey 8. 107, 109 
Burch, Katherine 27 
Burch, Matt 99 
Burch, Murray 27 
Burke, Kim 47 



Burney. Louise 24, 27 

Burns, Justin 139 

Burns, Philip 8, 99 

Burrell, Mason 8, 59 

Burris, Anna 101 

Butler, David 8, 77. 78, 117, 

119 
Butler, Dillard 115 
Butler, Hardy 8 



Cadiere. Karen 27 

Cain, Amanda 8. 91, 142, 

143 
Cain, Ben 8, 40, 52, 54, 58, 

76, 77, 81, 106, 107, 109 

120 
Calhoun, Autumn 26, 73 
Calhoun. Lia 8. 61. 71, 159 
Callis, Henry Arthur 86 
Calvasina, Holly 8 
Campbell, Luke 139 
Cannon, Timothy 99 
Cantrell, Cree 9, 41, 76, 81 
Carey. Alonia 41. 62, 85 
Carey, James 9 
Carlson. Andy 9 
Carlsson, Bjorn 9, 107 
Carmon, Katie 79, 89 
Carpenter, Robyn 9, 123, 128 

129 
Carrico, Christian 41 
Carrington, Mitch 116, 117, 

119 
Carter, Justin 4, 130, 131 
Casey, Blair 56, 69, 105 
Caskey. Mary 9, 89, 91 
Cassibry, Demaris 101 
Castile, Kimberly 30 
Castille. Daniel 9. 115 
Castille. Sarah 41. 111. 

113 
Catalanotto, Aimee 9, 78 
Causey, Ronnie 130 
Cavalier, Joseph 38, 73 
Chadeyras, Claudine 25 
Chadwick, Brian 41, 98, 99 
Chandler, David 9, 115 
Chaplain. Andrew 99 
Chapman. Charles Henry 86 
Chapman, Heather 9 
Chase, David 39. 99 
Chassniol. Lydia 77 
Cheeseman. Taylor 9, 105 
Chicosky. Chelsea 89 
Childs. John David 130 
Chouest. Matthew 9 
Christ. Jesus 76 
Clade, Tiffany 35. 38. 41, T. 

Ill, 153 



Michelle Smith, Ivana Ventic, 
Elizabeth Salathe 





lark, Andrew 99 

lark, Catherine 79. 110, 

111, 112, 113 
layton. Ava 9, 111, 113 
lements. Travis 9, 107 
lincy. Jessica 59. 62. 82. 

96, 133 
oale, Jacqueline 9, 32, 33. 

38. 39, 40, 41, 57, 77, 81, 

86. 92. 93. 95. 120 
oker, Cheryl 25 
oker, Tim 25 
ollins. Jane 25 
ollins, Katie 9, 40. 57, 58, 

59. 66. 79. 81. 92. 93, 

95, 120. 159 
olocho. Andres 99. 139 
onlee, Joshua 9. 99. 130 
onley. Louis 9, 56, 59. 78, 

86.87 

onway, John 27, 121 
ook. Charity 80 
ook. Danielle 38. 75, 92. 

93. 95 
ook, Lacey 9, 39, 40, 41. 

99. 101. 102, 103, 120 
ook, Patrick 9, 117, 159 
ooksey, Erika 41 
ooper, Patrick 27. 56 
opeland. Blake 26 
ortese. Philip 9. 41. 79, 81, 

117. 119, 120 
ostello. Courtney 77, 80. 

101. 102. 103. 150 
often, Michael 41 
oursey. Will 9, 115 
owan, Katelynn 9, 39. 58, 

93, 128, 129, 159 
ox. Mathew 24, 27 
rawford, Nick 9, 130, 131 
rosby, Henry 9 
rose, Kenith 107 
ulpepper. Chuck 77 
ummings. Alex 9, 56. 65, 

117, 145 
ummings. George 9, 65, 73, 

74, 105 

unningham, Ebonye 9 
urren, Christopher 9 
urrie, Lauren 38, 41 
urry, Woods 9, 39, 79. 107 
urtis, Jensen 9, 117 



ale, David 9 
anjels. Chris 9, 105 

"els. Julie 27 

by, Luke 9, 31, 58, 62, 
79, 81, 106, 107, 114, 

115 



Darcey. Rikki 9, 34. 80, 101. 

103. 121 
Darnell, Jeep 56, 125 
Davids, Amber 81 
Davies. Ellen 9. 54, 101, 

103. 156 
Davis. Alandra 93 
Davis. Ashley 64, 101, 111. 

113 
Davis, David 24 
Davis. Elizabeth 9, 38. 68. 156 
Davis. Leah 91 
Dawson, Coach 57 
de Kozan, Philip 2. 5, 14, 

130 
Dedeaux, Tiffanei 128, 129 
Denman. Larry 38 
Derrick, Meaghan 88, 89, 

91. 121 
Deweese. Carly 77. 81, 89. 

91 
Deweese, Matthew 9, 35, 64. 

77. 117. 119 
Dews. Drew 117, 119. 139 
Dickens. Holly 9. 27. 39, 40. 

42. 46, 56, 57, 80. 81. 82, 

93. 120, 156 
Dickerson, Crystal 9, 57, 62. 

69.82. 96. 136 
Diffie. Elise 41 
Dillon-Maginnis. Lindsay 93, 

142, 143 
DiPaolo, Domenick 56, 139 
Do. Kathy 54 
Dodson, Elizabeth 9. 54, 

111 
Dogar, Maryam 10 
Doherty. Kyle 10. 39. 76, 

79. 107 
Doineau. Emma 35, 40, 41 
Donovan, Elizabeth 101. 

103. 140. 146 
Dorsey. Dan 30, 65, 117. 

119 
Douglas, Erica 132, 133 
Douglas. John Forrest 10, 

32, 33. 36. 38. 41, 42. 46. 

47, 81, 156 
Downer, Joshua 107. 109 
Doxey, Joey 57 
Drake, Meredith 73. 101 
Dubose. Mike 57 
Dubuisson, Nick 10. 105 
Dudinsky, Lynn 104, 105 
Duncan, Walt 77 



Easterling, Samantha 10 
Edwards. Catherine 42. 78, 
81 



Edwards, Daniel 73 
Edwards. Holly 10 
Edwards. Kat 30 
Elahghe, Ahmed 10, 58, 115 
Eldndge. Rachel 92, 93, 153 

Elliot, Erin 10, 41, 89 
Emmons, Austin 10, 73, 

114. 115 
English, Justin 74. 105. 125 
English, Mathew 10, 99 
Essex, Coach 146. 147 
Estefan, Gloria 90 
Exley. Sarah 10. 92, 93, 115, 

142 
Eyrich, Allan 10 
Ezelle, Frank 159 



Farris, Canaan 65 
Faust, Chrissie 101 
Felgar, Francesca 93. 95 
Felker. Megan 39. 41. 63. 

66. 70. 81. 88. 89. 91 
Fell. Julia 10. 41. 62, 77, 

140 
Ferguson. Ashley 10, 39, 40, 

53. 86, 92, 93. 120 
Field, Madison 10. 99. 146. 

147 
Figueroa, Ramon 25 
Fiser. Harvey 77 
Fisher, Candice 81, 92. 93. 

157 
Fleming, Andrew 130 
Fletcher, Jaclyn 67 
Fontaine, Will 99 
Fontenelle, Brandon 57 
Fontenot, Rachel 11. 81, 

89, 91 
Fortenberry, Don 27 
Fortenberry, Doug 130 
Fortune, Revis 11 
Fossen, Beth 10. 41, 145 
Fountain, Margot 40 
Four, Sisters 102 
Fournet, Johnny 38 
Fox. Kim 11, 89, 123, 142. 

143 
Franklin, Michael 11 
Franklin, Molly 159 
Fraser, Phoebe 11, 110, 111. 

113 
Frazier, Krystal 11 
Fredericks. Andrew 11, 32. 115 
Freis, Catherine 25 
Frese. Leslie 11. 93, 136, 

137. 148 
Frierson, Liz 89 
Fromkin, Molly 93, 95. 159 



Fuller. Jane 11. Ill 
Furrh. James 11. 115 



Galaty, Michael 25 
Galicki. Stan 25 
Gamble, Jonathan 11,117 
Gann, Delbert 25 
Garrison. Shannon 11 
Garvin. Lisa 27, 65. 79 
Gay. Sam 148. 149 
Giang, Anh 11. 38. 
Gibbons, Chelsi 11, 18, 54, 

110. Ill 
Gibson. Victoria 11. 40 
Gikas. Lydia 11. 30, 34. 77, 

89, 91 
Gilbert, Emily 41, 111 
Gilbert. Nick 11 
Gilder, Andrew 41 
Gillenwater, Shawn 124, 125 
Gilmore, Aprile 41. 47 
Giunntano, Jonathan 11, 39, 

40. 116. 117, 120 
Gleason. Gary 11 
Gleason. Micheal 105 
Gober, Chen 27 
Gonsalves, Denise 81 
Goodwin, Brad 11. 62. 117 
Goodwin. Kate 140 
Goodwin, Sara 101, 103 
Gordon. Charles 11. 39. 51. 

105 
Gorham. Will 11. 79, 117, 

119 
Gough, ML 66 
Goza, Brandon 39 
Graves, Chris 11, 105 
Gray. Lloyd 11. 60. 67, 

148, 157 
Gray, Miriam 11. 76. 79. 92, 

93, 95 
Green. Renee 51 
Green. Taryn 11. 34. 89 
Greene. Maria 2. 11, 89, 91, 

148 
Greer. Angel 51 
Griener. Kate 11. 73. 75 
Griffin. Eric 25, 40, 77 
Griffin, Kennedy 57 
Griffin, Samuel Curtis 11. 

42. 99 
Grillo. Nick 31 
Grimes, Tiffany 11. 38, 39, 

93, 121. 128. 129 
Grissom, Mimi 11. 38, 100. 

101, 103 
Grogho, Greg 139 
Guichard, Lauren 5. 8. 11, 

78 



Guillory, Dakota 11, 67 
Gunther, Jordan 11. 105 
Gutti, Vimala 27 
Gwin. Cartier 11. 54 



Hadley, Jason 130. 131 
Hajj.Mohamed 11.34.41. 

65, 117, 119 
Hale, Christina 37. 42. 80, 

89 
Halkias, Sophia 11 
Hall, Brian 11, 12. 77. 79, 

107, 109. 120 
Hallmark, John Taylor 1, 11, 

117 
Hamblen. Hillary 11,57,76, 

92. 93. 95, 120, 144 
Hamill, Kelly 11, 75, 101, 

103 
Hamm. Katie 11. 31. 39. 79. 

81. 89 

Hammond. Andrew 12. 55. 

117 
Hamon, Mark 25. 77 
Hanauer, Sarah 12, 41, 111. 

112 
Hanna, Josh 12. 69. 105. 

124 
Hardin. Will 99 
Hardwick, Kalea Bird 133, 

136 
Hardy, David 12, 57, 125 
Harmon, Holly 41. 78 
Harris. Andrew 12. 26. 37. 

39. 42. 115 
Harris. David 12. 57. 115 
Harris. Jamie 25 
Harris, John 12. 40 
Harris, Marcus 125 
Harris, Meredith 3. 12. 101. 

102. 140 
Harris. Trevor 145 
Hartzog, Hugh 12 
Harvey, Danielle 62, 78, 

82, 96 

Havenar, Lauren 101, 102 
Hayes, Scott 37, 39. 65 
Haynes, Brandon 12. 36. 39. 

42, 83. 115 
Haynes. Jacques 12. 86. 

87 
Hays. Scott 12. 40. 41, 43, 

81. 117. 118. 119. 120 
Hedges. Becca 43. 54. 77. 

89, 91 
Heinke, Emily 89 
Helfrich, Courtney 12. 39. 

74. 78. 101. 102. 103 
Henderson, Tom 25, 26. 27 




Hendricks, April 12, 67, 110, 

111, 112 
Hendrix, Tait 130 
Henke, Emily 12, 35, 88, 

91 
Henke, Michael 99 
Henry, Kimberly 13, 41. 51. 

65, 84, 85, 127 
Herber, Jacqueline 111 
Herden, Ian 107 
Herm, Jody 27 
Herman, Camille 13, 39, 40, 

41, 43, 61 
Herman, Sam 13, 41 
Hewitt, Ashley 13, 39. 40. 

79, 81, 92, 93, 95, 120 
Hickman, Brittany 13, 39, 66. 

101, 155 
Hicks, Erin 13, 55 
Higginbotham, Greg 116, 

117 
Higgins, David 13 
Higgins, Liz 13, 111 
Hill, Kaylord 13, 65, 68. 

134 
Hill, Samantha 132, 133, 

142, 143 
Hill, Wes 41, 81, 144, 145 
Hippler, Will 38, 40, 41 
Hoang, Mary 13, 51, 83, 

111, 112, 113, 121 
Hoatland, J. W. 27 
Hoerauf, Susan 13, 93, 142 
Hoffpauir, Jessica 36, 39, 40 : 

41, 43, 48, 57, 77, 79, 80, 

81, 89, 90, 91, 120, 158 
Hoffstatler, Kari 78 
Hollenbeck, Jay 2, 13, 130 
Holley, Daniel 41 
Holley, Ellen 13, 101 
Holley, Sloan 117 
Holliday. Krystle 13, 14, 78, 

79, 93, 146 
Holmes, Chris 26 
Holmes, Sumner 13, 62, 73, 

121 
Holop, Taylor 13, 117, 139 
Honeycutt, Daniel 13, 76, 81. 

99, 130 
Hooydonk, Paul Van 140 
Hou, Ying 41 
Houston, Elliott 117, 159 
Howard, Graham 13, 75 
Howard, Guy 13 
Howe, Alyce 13, 89, 91, 

150 
Howe, Laura 13, 78, 89, 

91 
Huckaby, Justin 13, 32, 33, 

107 



Hudnell, Alisha 13, 111, 

112, 113. 121 
Hudson, Boomer 13, 65, 99, 

130 
Huff, Schuyler 13 
Huffman, Adam 26 
Huffstatler, Kari 10, 111 
Hulsey. Betty 159 
Hunt, Harvey 4, 16, 79, 80 
Hunt, Mia 59 
Hunt, Trace Lee 32, 33. 38, 

40, 43, 52, 115 
Hutzel, David 3, 13, 130, 

131 
Hyatt, Aaron 13, 99, 138. 

139 



Ighoavodha. Oghale 13, 40, 

59, 76, 138, 139 
Ingle, Chris 13, 134, 135 
Ingram, Brandon 130, 131 
Ingram, Joseph 68, 139 
Ivers, Leslie 27 



Jackson, Brady 13, 105 
Jackson, Brian 26 
JacfcsW Chris 124, 125 
Jackson, Kirk 38, 43 
Jackson, Roxann 13, 36. 67, 

72, 111, 113 
Jackson, Taylor 89 
James. Megan 120 
James, Rachel 91, 127 
James, Ross 72, 134, 135 
Jefcoat, Ashley 13, 26, 37, 

81 
Jenkins, Lauren 13, 30, 57, 

75. 77. 101. 103. 127 
Jesuit, Julia 13, 101. 103 
Jesus, Baby 94 
Joe, Rachael 59, 62. 82. 

96 
Johnson, Brittani 13, 55, 

126, 127, 153, 156, 159 
Johnson, Elizabeth 13, 101 
Johnson, Michael 60, 106, 107 
Johnson, Rushton 76 
Johnson, Vanessa 13, 79, 159 
Johnston, Adam 75, 105 
Johnston, Martha 27, 159 
Jones, Bobbi 13. 60, 101, 

103, 140, 141 
Jones, Candace 41 
Jones, Eugene Kinckle 86 
Jones, Hewitt 105 
Jones, Taylor 99, 130 
Joseph, Juan 13, 124, 125, 

129 



Jumago, Megan 2, 13, 39, 
71, 100, 101, 103, 112. 
120, 123, 128, 129 

Juneau, Angel 78 



Kahn, Robert 25 

Katz, Brit 24, 159 

Kaul, Kajal 40 

Kean. Chauvin 13, 28, 117. 

119 
Kearns, Mark 73, 114, 

115 
Keating, Lisa 13, 79. Ill 
Keller, Gail 26 
Kelley, Christopher 14, 76, 

145 
Kelley, George Biddle 86 
Kelley, Trey 38 
Kellogg. John 39. 40. 61. 77. 

81, 117. 119, 151 
Kelly, Colleen 14, 39, 41, 43, 

68. 123. 142. 143 
Kelly, Gabrella 14, 51, 59, 

81. 85, 87, 121, 128. 129, 

159 
Keng, Rachel 14, 100, 101, 

102 
Kerr, Alec 14, 99 
Keyes, Keisha 142 
Khanna, Rocky 14, 58, 79 
Killcreas, Chad 79, 106, 107 
Kindler, Rebecca 14, 30, 

89 
Kindler, Todd 36 
King, Amber 76, 136, 137 
Kirk, Ka'trevia 14, 62, 78, 

82,96 
Kirkland, Lindsey 14, 57, 

89, 91 
Kirkpatnck, Clay 99 
Klein, Lee 69, 123 
Kline, Ray 78 
Knox, Nell 14, 76. 89 
Kocher, Sarah 14, 35, 38, 

140, 159 
Kokel, Christie 14, 78, 81, 

92, 93, 95, 127, 157 
Koon, Katelin 14, 111 
Kooper, Kurt 77 
Kramer, Wolfgang 25 
Krauss, Dixie 142, 143 
Kutcher, Andi 63, 68, 93 



Ladner, Morgan 14, 57, 64, 

93, 127, 133 
Ladnier, Tiffany 132, 133 
Lamb-Jackson, Taylor 15 
Lamey, William 65 



Lampton. Anderson 60, 65, 

107 
Lancaster, Darrington 15, 33, 

88, 89 
Lang, Dana 27 
Langley, Janet 39 
Langston, Colby 5, 15, 99 
Langston, Kennedy 80. 93 
Lanier, Dorothy 60, 101, 102, 

103 
Lasoski, Becky 15, 39, 40, 

43, 101, 102, 103, 120 
Latady, Mary 15, 101, 

103 
Lawrence, Cedric 15, 68, 

74 
Lawnmore. William 15, 125 
Leblanc, Ross 15, 104, 

105 
Lefavor, Brent 38 
Leleux, Kayla 15, 54, 82, 93 
Lewallen, Katie 15, 75, 89, 

150 
Lewis, Charles 24 
Lind, David 15, 33 
Lindsay, Dylan 15, 36 
Littlejohn, Katelyn 15, 41, 

61, 80, 89, 90. 91, 121, 150 
Lo. Chelsea 101 
Loehn, Tommy 15, 65, 104 
Logan, Lacey 15, 85 
Lopez, Blake 15, 78, 115 
Lott, Trent 102 
Lott, Walt 41, 107 
Love, Coleman 97 
Lovitt, Chelsea 100, 101, 

103 
Ludlum, Matthew 15, 107 
Lyle, Allen 15, 71, 117, 119 



Mabuoch, James 15 
MacMaster, Anne 38 
Maddali, Mangala 78 
Madden, Rocky 27 
Maddox, Ben 15 
Maddox. Drew 15, 130 
Madison, Larry 27 
Madjlesi, Ace 15. 39. 78 
Magee, Stan 159 
Mahaffey. Cody 114, 115, 

120 
Maher, Megan 15. 38. 73. 

88, 89, 91 
Maher. Sarah 3, 12, 15, 67, 

111 
Mallette, Drew 99 
Malone, Meagan 15, 33, 53, 

58, 64, 92, 93, 95 
Maloney, Kevin 27, 159 



Manley, Josie 132, 133 
Manley, Toni 142 
Maples, Dylan 56, 62 
Marcellus. Amy 15 
Maritnez, Blake 105 
Martin, Amy Latrese 80, 85 

121 
Martin, Ashley 15, 76, 79 
Martinez, Blake 15. 69, 

134 
Mary, Blessed Virgin 77 
Massey, Caroline 15, 39, 

80, 111 

Massey, Knsten 3, 15, 38, 

67, 71, 77, 140, 141 
Matheny, Sarah 64. 92, 93 
Mattalino, Alii 15, 101 
Matte, Kristen 111, 112 
Mauldin. Kathryn 15 
Maxson, Courtney 15, 39, 

55 
Maxwell, Stephanie 5, 15, 

34, 57, 73, 77. 88, 89, 9( 
91, 146 

Mayer, Danielle 101, 102. 

103 
Mayo, Amanda 15, 38, 39, 

40, 43, 81, 93, 120 
Mays, Allison 27 
McAllister, Bnttney 15, 54, 

89, 133 
Mcarty, Brent 39 
McCain, Cody 130 
McCann, Sally 142, 143 
McCarthy, Joe 15, 115 
McCarty, Brent 15, 37, 41, 

43. 72. 79. 80, 117, 118 

119. 120 
McCarty, Eric 74 
McCoin, Emily 15, 32, 101, 

102, 127, 157 
McDonald, Maureen 15, 

111 
McDowell, Drew 15, 62. 10 

107, 109 
McGinnis, Menton 15, 29, 

35, 89. 90, 91 
McGowan, Kim 4, 59, 62, 

66, 80, 84, 85, 87, 128, 

129 
McGuire, Sarah 25 
Mcintosh, Debra 27 
McKeown, Jim 25 
McKewen, Augusta 16, 89 
McKey, Kathryn 16, 57, 65 

95 
McKinley, Jennifer 6, 16, 7 

111, 132, 133, 159 
McKinney, Michael 16, 44, 

81, 117, 118 




IcKnatt, Dan 26 
IcKnight. Hannah 16, 39, 

41, 44, 63, 65, 73,80. 

81. 93 
IcKnight. Kelsey 81 
IcLeod, Glen 37, 107. 

109 
IcManus, Molly 27 
IcMillan, Eily 16, 53, 93, 

95 
IcMillan. Howard 24. 25. 

47 

IcMillin, Lacey 71 
IcPhail, Ashley 39. 40. 41. 

44, 49, 77. 79. 80. 81, 

101. 103. 120. 121 
IcPherson. John 16. 41. 

76, 81 

IcRae. Ken 27 
leans, Blake 16, 56, 89, 91 
lelsheimer. Christine 16 
lenist. Tye 16, 99 
lenozzi, Corey 16, 105 
lerritt, Leslie 16, 70, 111. 

112, 121 

letzger, Kenny 16, 105 
leyer, Edgar 14. 16, 31, 39, 

41, 61, 66, 76. 79, 107 
eyers, Caroline 52, 101 
iller, Alexander 16 
iller, Eric 106, 107 
iller. Michael 86 
illsaps, Major 75 
ilner, Jake 139 
ims, James 17 
itchell, Brian 107 
itchell, Liz 17, 41. 93 
ixson, Rachel 17. 36. 39, 

41, 101. 102. 103 
ixson, Susan 17, 39, 41. 

80. 101. 102. 103 
offitt. Andy 41. 60. 81 
ohon, Brian 41 
ohr, Michael 17. 37. 107. 

109 
ong, Brandon 17, 77, 78, 

117. 119. 139 
ontgomery, Edrick 134, 

135 

ooney, Megan 17 
oore, Mike 56. 115 
oore. Sarah Anne 111. 113 
oore. Zach 3. 17, 76. 79. 

122, 130 
organ, Mary Margaret 17, 

40. 41. 44, 81, 89 
orris, Sam 107 
orrison, Kathleen 17. 54. 

62. 73. 76, 79, 81. 101, 

103 



Morrow, Luke 130 
Morvant. Ben 17. 98, 99, 

120. 146 
Mothe. Amanda 93 
Moulder. Lavon 17, 105 
Mueschke, Anne-Marie 17 
Mullen, Don 26 
Murchison, Julian 39 
Murphy. Billy 130 
Murphy. Caroline 17, 89. 

91 
Murphy. Paddy 116 
Murray. Nathaniel Allison 86 
Mutchler, Matt 117, 119, 

139 

NaoMfi, Keith 68, 105 
Najder, Katie 17 
Namias, Wick 17, 125 
Nations, Dawn 26 
Neely. Walter 25, 38, 40 
Negrotto, Kathenne 17, 29. 

79 
Nessel, Alexander 17. 115 
Nevins, Bob 25 
Nichols, LaQuanda 136. 

137 
Nicholson, Bradley 17, 73. 

105 
Nippes, Virginia 17 
Norman. Caleb 65. 134 
Norris, Alesandro 134 
Norris. Jackie 136 
Norton. Winfrey 63, 77. 79, 

80 
Noto. Alii 17, 71, 101, 102. 

103 



OHara. Tyler 17, 69, 115 
Oates, Chantae 65, 127 
Odom, Quinnica 121 
Odum, Allen 122. 134 
Ofem. Liz 57.62.76.78.80. 

82. 96. 126, 127 
Ogle, Robert Harold 86 
Oglesbee, Matthew 17, 63. 

76. 114. 115 
Olmger. Andrew 17. 34. 107 
Oliver, Ashley 78 
Olivier, Hanna 17. 79. 110. 

111. 120 
Olivier, Jennifer 40 
Olivier, Jon-Mark 17, 41 
Omo-Bare, Iren 25 
Omwega. Nyaboke 17 
Orr. Gwen 57. 77, 100, 101. 

103. 127. 153 
Osburn, Bobby 17, 130 



Oscar, Deonte 38. 134, 

135 
Otis, Jessie 140 
Ouellette, Kayla 17 
Owen, Hunter 17, 99, 130. 

131 



Pabst, Allison 17 
Pacelli. Katy 27 
Pacillo. John 41, 130 
Page. Jim 27, 130 
Paige. Nathan 17 
Paige, Woody 109 
Palmer, Michelle 92, 93, 

95 
Palmerton, Bryant 130 
Papale, Lisa 17 
Pareek, Am 58. 115 
Parker, Al 26 
Parker. Louis 87 
Parker. Mary Helen 111 
Parker. Murphey 144. 145 
Parker. Robert 1. 99. 144, 

145 
Parrott. Robert 17, 117, 118. 

121 
Parsons, Keith 17, 41, 115 
Paschall. Amanda 17, 35, 44. 

111. 140, 141 
Payne. Howard 136 
Pennington, Scott 145 
Penuel, Holhe 17. 140 
Pereira. Burton 17 
Peters. Sidney 41 
Petersen, Murray 39, 40, 

101, 103 
Pettitt, Paul 38 
Phalen, Jenny 20, 111, 

112 
Pharr, Lee 99, 138, 139 
Phillips, Casey 70, 93, 95 
Phillips, Conell 17, 50, 57, 

125 
Pieschel, Alex 76, 79, 107, 

109 
Pieschel. Alexander 17 
Pilate. Marcy 17 
Pinkston, Travis 17, 39 
Piraino. Mary Elizabeth 111, 

140, 144, 145 
Plaisance, Audrey 18, 89. 

91 
Pohlmann. Christina 18 
Polk. Justin 18. 134 
Poulk, Betsy 71 
Powell, Dominique 18 
Powell, Lauren 18. 64. 127 
Prather, Nicky 18. 38. 130 
Prather, Zack 18. 38, 40 



Prejean, Charlotte 18. 41, 

101, 102, 103, 145 
Price, Michael 18, 76 
Pritchard. Mary Elizabeth 41, 

77,89. 90 
Proctor, James 18, 78, 155 
Puckett. Michael 38. 145 
Pulliam, Scott 18. 139 



Quillin, Joey 18. 77. 116. 

117, 119 
Quimby, Robert 18. 117, 154 
Quinn, Jessica 40, 75 
Qumn. Robert 116, 117, 

119 



Rabalais. Laura 81. 89, 

91 
Rader, Jack 62. 114. 115. 

146 
Raines, Mary 140 
Randle, Roxie 18, 33, 36. 

38. 52, 70. Ill, 113 
Rardin, Mary Clark 18, 76, 

79, 101, 120 
Rasmus. Kelly 19. 35, 40, 

41,44, 77,80,81,89, 120 
Ray, Darby 60, 77 
Ray, Desperate 118 
Redman, Erin 19, 39 
Reed, John 27,136,137 
Reible, Monica 19. 51, 93. 

155 
Rez, Jacqueline 41 
Rhoden, Todd 115 
Rhodes. Amber 19 
Rice. Daniel 19, 36. 41, 52, 

68, 115, 146, 147 
Rice, James 107 
Richard. Kayla 19. 61. 81. 

88, 89, 112, 120 
Richards. Oliver 41 
Richardson, Thomas 19, 41, 

57, 76, 79, 107, 159 
Riggins, Jason 19. 130 
Rigney, Debbie 19. 110. 111. 

112. 113. 120 
Roberts. Asela 19. 28. 32. 

38. 70, 77 
Robertson. Emily 19. 44. 57. 

77. 89. 91 
Robertson, Shelia 26, 27 
Robichaux, Leslie 69, 76 
Robinson. Kenosha 19. 59, 

79, 80 
Rochelle, Lauren 140 
Roddie, Lauren 19. 61. 89. 

91, 159 



Rodriguez, Fernando 36 
Rodriguez. Laura 79. 140 
Rodriguez, Roland 27 
Rogan, Rodney 134, 135 
Rogers, Ruth 41 
Rolen, Chris 145 
Rollins. Abby 19. 44, 111. 

112, 113 
Rop, David 148. 149 
Rose, Claire 41 
Rose, Todd 24 
Roth, Callie 19. 66, 140, 

141 
Rourke. Jordan 19 
Roy, Ryan 27 
Roy, Tyson 19. 57, 105. 

125 
Royals. Kate 19. 76, 79, 

101, 102 
Rucker, Jameel 19. 59, 

134 
Rueff, Andrew 99 
Rueff, Walter T. 35.41,99 
Rutherford. Melissa 19 



Sadler, Beth 38, 40. 93. 

145 
Sager, Miles 19. 98. 99 
Salathe, Elizabeth 19. 34. 

61, 111. 154 
Sallie. Louis 19 
Salloum, Nancy 19. 39. 44, 

50, 81. 159 
Salmon, Quinn 98, 99. 

130 
Sampson, Kim 19, 59. 80. 

159 
Samson. Jessica 61. 79. 

111. 153 
Sanders, Chris 134 
Sandlin, David 19. 39. 67. 

74, 107 
Sanford, Erin 28, 89. 91. 

148. 149 
Sanford. Jessica 19. 37. 39. 

40, 41, 44, 101, 102, 103. 

120. 121 
Sanjanwala, Sital 19, 62, 

76. 79. 101. 102. 103 
Sargent. Katie 100, 101. 

103 
Sarpy, Steven 19, 62, 67. 

79, 107 
Satterlee. Kristin 19, 128. 

129 
Saxena, Madhav 19, 115 
Scales, Suzanne 27 
Schettler, John 19. 45. 78. 

117. 118. 119 
Schexnayder. Ryan 139 




Schmidt, Catherine 19. 37. 

40, 41, 76, 81 
Schmidt, Sarah 19, 40, 100, 

101, 102, 103, 127 
Schmidt, Stuart 37 
Schneck, Todd 98, 99, 139 
Schwartz, Don 25 
Schwarzauer, Tim 19, 115 
Scipper, Cameron 19, 66, 81, 

88, 89, 91, 120 
Sclafani, Jamie 136, 137 
Scott, Agnes 142 
Scott, Catherine 19 
Scott, Isreal 19, 32, 80 
Scott, Mary 78 
Scott, Valena 80, 89 
Seecoomar, Vanessa 19, 

127 
Selby, Matt 71 
Serio, Frank 81 
Settlemires, Ivy 64, 78. 79. 

Ill, 146, 148 
Sexton, Adrianne 101 
Sexton, Bryan 19, 62, 107 
Shaw, Erin 66, 85, 87 
Shear, Micah 19 
Shepherd, Karen 26 
Shive, Robert 25 
Shivers, John 19, 74, 105 
Shivers, Jordan 125 
Shoptaugh, Tim 20, 117, 

145 
Shows, Kelly 20, 111 
Shows, Rachel 71, 73, 76, 

79, 89, 91 
Siefker, Joseph Danny 20, 115 
Sigh, Kiger 81 
Sikora, Aggie 20 
Simon, Stuart 20, 45, 51, 

150 
Sims, Laquanda 20 
Sims, Michael 20, 57 
Skinner, Hourman 81 
Skinner, Nicole 26 
Slark, Kevin 20 
Slater, Kevin 20, 63, 81, 

107, 109 
Smith, Amanda 20, 56, 76, 

77, 85, 87, 89, 91, 95, 97, 

103, 109, 113, 119, 121 
Smith, Amber 81 
Smith, Anna 39, 79, 89, 

90, 152 
Smith, Catherine 20, 66 
Smith, Elizabeth 20 
Smith, Emily 35 
Smith, Heath 139 
Smith, Josh 20, 107 
Smith, Liz 53, 58, 66, 71, 

92, 93, 95 



Smith. Marianne 20, 101, 

103, 136, 137 
Smith, Melanie 20, 89, 91 
Smith, Michelle 68. 153, 154 
Smith, Richard 24 
Smith, Steve 25, 72 
Smithers, Amanda 21, 111, 

159 
Smolkin, David 1, 53, 60, 

76, 107 
Solanki, Neha 32, 52, 58, 80 
Songy, Chad 21, 59, 60, 81, 

134 
Soniat, Emily 21 
Sooby, Elizabeth 21. 89, 140, 

141 
Sood, Ronnie 115 
Sorey, Mary Rogers 21, 62, 

66, 77, 89, 91 
Spear, Chris 21, 38, 41. 45. 

47, 49. 77. 80. 107. 120 
Spears, Louis 21 
Spell, Brenna 21, 40. 89 
Spell, Cary 21, 117 
Spencer, Olivia 21, 54 
Stahl, Chris 21, 115 
Stall, Charles 21. 105 
Stark, Erik 21, 98, 99 
Starrett, Liz 21, 64, 76. 

146 
Steadman, Joseph 21. 115 
Stebly, Matt 105 
Steele, Chris 21. 65. 76. 134 
Stephens, Rob 21, 57 
Stevens, Amanda 39, 40, 60, 

72, 93, 95, 120, 159 
Stevens, Rob 38, 40 
Stewart, Chris 21 
Stewart, Emily 21, 39, 81. 

93. 145, 159 
Stewart, Julia 21, 39. 40, 41, 

45, 57, 61, 77, 79, 80, 81. 

89. 90. 91. 120 
Stewart, Ruth 26 
Stockstill, Cody 33. 41 
Stokes, Marcus 21, 123. 125 
Stone, Ian 21, 99 
Storey, Bill 25 
Storm, Megan 79, 89 
Strickland, Leah 21, 38, 81, 

159 
Stronsky, Sarah Beth 21, 41 
Stroud, Caroline 21, 92 
Sturgis, Allison 21, 51, 111. 

136, 137 
Sturgis, Deborah 21. 51. 

Ill, 136, 137 
Sugar, Miles 41, 45, 64, 81, 

117, 118, 119 
Sugar, Terrel 21, 38. 89, 91 



Sullivan, Bridget 79 
Sullivan, Megan 21, 140 
Sullivan, Parker 21, 99, 139 
Sumrall, Eric 21, 79 
Sunkara, Lekha 58 
Surber, Mark 76 
Sweat, Anna .37 
Swmey, April 21 



Jac\Mt, Paul 21, 99 
TaWBrittany 21, 63, 89 
Taff #aty 21, 111, 113 
Taney, Nathan 115 
Tandy, Vertner Woodson 86 
Taylor. Can 21, 121 
Taylor, Jordan 21, 39 
Taylor, Pat 25, 40, 81 
Tebo, Katie 21 
Terry, Walt 21. 115 
Tew, Caitlin 101 
Thaw, Kurt 25. 146 
Thibodeaux, Kasey 21, 34, 

54, 64, 132, 133 
Thomas, Mitchell 21 
Thomas, Ophelia 21 
Thomas. Paige 22 
Thomasson, Isabell 41 
Thompson, Bradley 38, 105 
Thompson, Colin 22. 117. 139 
Tillay, Rachel 22 
Tobler, Chad 22, 68, 117, 

118, 119. 146. 147 
Tong, Zhou 39. 76 
Tooley, Austin 22, 28, 32, 33 
Townsend, Kenny 56 
Trahan, Mark 22, 40, 41, 115 
Travelbee, Briana 22. 37, 

45. 80, 81, 101, 102, 103, 

121, 159 
Troutt, Morgan 22, 101 
Tucker. Cori 22, 136 
Tucker, Kevan Beth 22. 60. 

63, 100. 101. 102. 103 
Tumminello, Katie 22, 101. 

103. 120 
Turley, Russell 22, 39. 117. 

118. 119, 144, 145 
Tutor, Travis 148, 149 
Tylor, Cari 89 
Tyson, Cicely 85 



Uihlein, Christopher 22 
Ullmer, Katelyn 81, 110. 
Ill, 113 



Vackova, Petra 41 
Valentine, Laura 22 



Varnado, Cameron 22, 54, 

68, 134 
Vedanarayanan, Vandana 22 
Venator, Jeff 26 
Ventic, Ivana 18, 22, 40, 51, 

61, 78, 79 
Veron, Katharine 22, 54, 65 
Vickers, Dustin 22 
Vincent, Allisa 22, 111, 145 
Vorder-Bruegge. Morgan 23 
Vowell, Courtney 23, 39, 41, 

51, 80, 111, 112, 121 



Wade. Patti 24 
Wadlington, Jim 23, 50, 80, 

99 
Walden, Natalie 72. 77 
Waldrop, Gail 27 
Walker, Nina 89 
Walker, Rusty 57 
Wamester, Sarah 25 
Wann, Maribeth 24 
Warburton, Caitie 23. 77, 

89, 91 
Ward, Tim 24. 25, 64 
Warren, Rachel 23, 29 
Warren, Sanford 25 
Warrington. Whitney 23, 101, 

103 
Washington, Bernita 128, 129 
Waterman, Clay 117, 118, 

119 
Waters, Henry 1, 23, 33, 39, 

40, 45. 71. 107, 120 
Watkins, Charlotte 23, 89 
Webb, Jonathan 23.78,107, 

158 
Wedemeyer, Barkley 23, 38, 

39, 104, 105 
Weems, Evan 99, 121 
Weglicki, Taylor 31, 77, 78, 

148, 149 
Wells, Anna 91, 101. 121 
Wesberry. Frannie 89 
West, Brittney 23, 137 
West, Chelsi 4, 23. 39, 40, 

58, 59, 76, 78, 79, 80, 

81. 85 
West, Whitney 23, 111, 113 
Wharton, Megan 23, 92, 93 
Whatley, Steven 98, 99 
Wheat, Ronnie 23, 69, 105 
White, Brittany 101, 103 
White, Cap 71, 105 
White. David 81 
White, Jacob B. 23. 81. 114, 

115, 125 
White, Jacob C. 23, 116, 

117, 118, 119. 120, 121 



Wicks, Adam 107 
Widdows, Christian 23, 41 
Wilbert, Kevin 86, 87 
Wilbourn, Ashley 20, 23, 35 

36, 39, 40, 45, 80, 101, 

102, 103, 120. 121, 159 
Wilburn, Sheryl 80 
Wiley, Fred 23, 130 
Willamson, Cory 119 
Willett, Jordan 23, 38, 100, 

101, 103 
Williams, Florence 23, 111 
Williams, Floyd 86 
Williams, Mary Mitchell 89 
Williamson, Cory 23, 117, 

119. 120 
Willnch, Andrew 38, 40, 99 
Wills, Alex 23, 134 
Wilson, Ben 27 
Wilson, Cliff 27 
Wilson, Gerri 23, 111 
Wilson, Mary 23, 28. 37, 7 
Winnard, Milan 107 
Wise, Timothy 24 
Wodemeyer, Barkley 120 
Womack, MacDougall 23, 4 

57. 76, 107, 109 
Woodall, Neil 23, 71, 105 
Woods, Carl 39 
Woods, Trey 23. 117, 118, 

119 
Wool. Harrison 23, 38, 10 T 

109 

Wooton, Drew 23, 31, 139 
Wootten, Abbott 31, 120 
Worobel, Michael 23. 115 
Wright, Erin 23, 57, 65, 80 

101, 102, 103, 127 
Wright, Kaycee 23, 140, 15 
Wright. Peter 23. 105 



Yakots, Brad 32, 45, 65, 8: 

117, 118, 119 
Yargo, John 35,41,45 
Yates, Nancy 39, 93, 95 
Yeates, Ray 23, 117, 119 
Young, Charlie 40, 76 
Younger, Casey 57, 78, 12 



Zagone, Benjamin 23 
Zagone, Ryan 39, 40, 41, £ 

117, 120 
Zakaras, Allison 23, 79, 1^ 
Zhang, Keyuan 41, 66 
Zubic, Ethan 99 








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people 

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use of his sports photos; the Business Office for handling 
yearbook orders and billing; Molly Fromkin, Elliott Houston, 
and Thomas Richardson for helping with parent sales letters; 
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