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Millsaps-Wilson Library 



5 1891 00085333 3 



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What was your favorite '^Iv 
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The outing at the Reservoir 
was so much fun! The food 
was great, the weather was 
great, and just hanging out 
and throwing a football back 
and forth was great. 

Janice Okeke 



I enjoyed attending the first 
football ganne against MC 
and being able to cheer on 
our Majors to victory, and 
be a part of the ungoing 
rivalry between our schools. 

Brittany Kinman 



Definitely knowing that I 
made it through finals and 
that I'm coming back as a 
sophomore! 

Leia Goiden 



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Suzanna Keen, Brittany Hickman, 

luren Vucovich, Megan Maher, and 

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Diversity puts a perspective 
on everything and reminds 
us that the world isn't made 
up of people exactly like us 
or with the same views. 

Cheshil Dixit 



Diversity is important in 
that it helps an individual 
develop better social, 
cultural, and mental 
understandings. Diversity 
opens the mind to new 
topics and events. 

Roscoe Forcli 



Diversity helps us 
understand and cherish the 
gifts of love, peace, justice, 
and most importantly the 
endless possibilities of hope. 
Joyee Esters 





Why do you think service ^-p} 
projects are important q 



When we serve our 
community, we connect and 
bond with our community 
and will desire to improve 
conditions and serve the city 
our college is in. 

Averiil Brewer 

It really displays the 
values we try to promote. 
Service projects help us to 
become engaged within the 
community that surrounds 
the school, We're not simply 
enclosed within our gates. 

Chris Eden 

The service is as much a part 
of our education as learning 
inside the classroom. Through 
service we break down 
barriers, better understand 
those around us, and better 
understand ourselves. 

Bolton Kirchner 



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I CokerandJ.R. Burnett, pie eating 
contest on PI Day. 

Maria Underwood, Bowl sitting. 



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Canterbury Qub: (front) Mary Rogers Sorey, Stephanie Maxwell, Menton McGinnis, 
Lydia Gikas. Dr. Darby Ray; (back) Alii Butler. Ginsie Simmons, Thomas Deweese, 
Emily Brandon, Christopher Powell, Lauren Guillory, Madeleine Porter, Maggie Floyd, 
Caitie Warburton, Caroline Massey, Oria Kirk, Matthew Deweese 




Earth Qub: Mary Wilson, Kate Griener, Lauren Guichard, Laura Howe, Kevan Beth 
Tucker. Neha Bhatnagar, Sarah Fisher. Mary Clark Rardin 




Muslim Student Anodation: Russell Warden. Dr. Lola Williamson, Sabira Ebaady, 
Lamees El-Sadek, Stephen Passman 



Panhellenic Coundl: Laura Jackson. Amanda Cloyd, Ellen Davies, Lamees El-Sadek, 
Brittany Tait, Katie Sorey, Jesse Crow, Rachel Mathias 




Purple and White: (front) Katie Reigeluth, Catherine Schmidt, Kate Royals, Bernadette 
DeRussy Ben McNair, (middle) Neha Bhatnagar, Josh Smith, Jesse Crow, Erin Loveland, 
Sue Carrie Drummond, (back) Woody Woodrick, Andy Morrison, Alex Pieschel, Josh 
Cosme, Emma Sloan, Kathleen Morrison 



Resident Assistanti: (front) Karl Buckner, Caroline Stroud, Amber King, Cori Tucker, 
Crystal Dickerson (second) Tim Shoptaugh, Hunter Berch, Jacob Baker, David Butler, 
Alex Shows, Matt Binion, Patrick Cooper. Kayla Richard. Chad Bowen, Lizzie Cosse, 
Kate Garand (third) Dean Brit Katz, Ashley Jefcoat, Katie Collins, Brittani Johnson, 
Philip Cortese, Vanessa Johnson (back) Dylan Lindsay, Chris Keliey Brittany Tait, 
Katherine Negrotto, Sam Hill, Liz Lancaster, KeNosha Robinson, Zach Moore, Chad 
Songy, Hugh Hartzog 





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Most Distinguished Man and Woman: Kayla Richard and Philip Cortese 

Most Outstanding Fraternity Man and Sorority Woman: Katie Collins and Ahmed 
Elalighe 

Souls Afire Community Service: Katie Collins, Darrington Lancaster, KeNosha 
Robinson, and Brittany Tait 

L.O.V.E. Award (Leader ofValues& Ethics): Hunter Berch 

SBA Awards: 

SBA Leader of the Year: Philip Cortese 

Senator of the Year: Amanda Cain 

Committee of the Year: Campus Services 

Non-senate Committee Member of the Year: Mailey Miranda 

Pariiamentarian Award: Robert Jaggers 

Student Employment Award: 

Student Employee of the Year: Joey Quillin 

Foundations Awards: 

Foundations Director of the Year: Roxie Randie 

Foundations Team of the Year: AlexAllain and Brittany Ector 

Residence Life Awards: 

Residence Hail Director of the Year: Mjgh Hartzog 

Outstanding Resident Assistant: Brittany Tait 

Admissions Award: 

Presidential Ambassador of the Year: Bryan Dupree 

Service Awards: 

Mississippi Center for Justice Honor for Social Justice: Maria Underwood 

Publications Awards: 

Bobashela Service Award: Amanda Hudson 

Bobashela Editorial Leadership Award: Amanda Smithers 
Bobashela and Stylus Service Award: Diantha Williamson 
Stylus Editor's Choice Award: Cartier Gwin 
Stylus Photography Award: Brandi Buckler 



Stylus Poetry Award: Anne-Marie Mueschke 

Stylus Prose Award: Matthew Chouest 

Stylus Visual Art Award: Beth Fossen 

Faith and Work Award: Kathryn McDonald 

MCA Diversity Award: Kathryn McDonald and Amanda Smith 

Most Dedicated to the Purple & White: Katie Reigeluth 

Purple & White Editor of the Year: Jesse Crow 

Purple & White Writer of the Year: Sue Carrie Drummond 

Purple & White Service Award: Catherine Schmidt 

Greek Life Awards: 

Chapter of Excellence: Chi Omega 

Outstanding chapter president: Megan Maher, Chi Omega 

Outstanding Faculty Advisory: Patrick Cooper, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Outstanding Alumna/Alumnus Advisor: Jennifer Rider, Phi Mu and Matt 
McLaughlin, Kappa Alpha Order 

Unsung Leaders: Mary Clark Rardin, Kappa Delta and James Rice, Lambda Chi 
Alpha 

Most Improved Scholarship: Lambda Chi Alpha 

Most Community Service Hours: Lambda Chi Alpha and Chi Omega 

Best Philanthropy Event: Lambda Chi Alpha 

Greek Spirit: Lambda Chi Alpha 

Outstanding Scholarship: Chi Omega 

Public Relations: Kappa Delta 

Risk Management: Delta Delta Delta 

Greek Week Winners: Phi Mu and Lambda Chi Alpha 

Fraternity and Sorority Model Initiates: Lauren Williams and George Holmes 

Panhellenlc Scholarship Winners: Brittany Tait and Kate Royals 



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town ... Alvin and the ChillBumps ... 
Party voice ... Little Linda Makes a 
Wish .,, Locked doors in dogpiles ... 
Flushed asian syndrome ... The Laun- 
dry Room ... Barely legal ... SWEET 
SUITE ... Gas leaks ... Scawy wax boy 
... You can have whatever you like 
... Come into our house, you need 
to SEE CHI O ... My SILLY place ... 
Presume the Prosition ... Catchphrase 
... No use crying over spilled perfume 
... Mista Dogg ... The veil, droopin' ... 
REMINISCING ... Shotgunning a loaf 
of bread ... "I have a drink" ... SpOo- 
NeRiSmS ... You Go Girl ... Step it up 
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ACpvlTIES: Delta Auction, Tutoring 
Dwn Elementary, Voter Registration, 
Greel< Weeic Festitvites, 3rd Annual Rho 
Tau Luncheon, 1st Annual Delta Auction, 
SAE Chill Bowl, Red Light Special (Party), 
Adopt-a-Class (Brown), Budgeting Forum 






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Dystrophy Association. 

• The chapter served over 400 Chick-Fli-A 

chicken nuggets at their annual Drug and Alcohol 

Education Program. 

• The Alpha Mu chapter is the most decorated 

hapter in the nation with twenty-one Samuel Zenas 

Ammen Awards and ten George C 

Marshall Awards. 












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• Kappa Delta stipported four national philanthropies 

andvcaised $20,400 to donate to Prevent Child 

Abuse America and the Family Support Services at 

the Metropolitan YMCAs of Mississippi. 

• Kappa Delta was founded nationally on October 

13, 1897, and the Mu chapter has been on campus 

for 95 years. 

• The chapter initiated twenty new members 
in the fall. 



OFFICERS: Katie MacMillan, Vice-President of Operations; Ellen Davies, Panhellenic Delegate; Kate Royals, Vice-President 
of Standards; Mary Paige Francis, Vice-President of Membership Education; Natalie Boudreaux, President; Jessica Greber, 
Secretary; Bonnie Tucker, Vice-President of Public Relations; Oria Kirk, Treasurer 



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• The Theta^tta chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha 

colla tted jgrcr 60,000 pounds of food during the 

fall semester for their annual canned food drive 

benefiting Stewpot. 

• Over 1,100 feet of plastic wrap is used every year 
by the chapter for various parties and events. 

• The chapter achieved the highest GPA in &\i^^y 
category at Millsaps during the spring semester. 




OFFICERS: (front) Josh Whitam, Ben McNair.Alex dinger, Michael Mohr, Chris Eden,TamariusWeems, (back) Austin 
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It looks like I just stomped a gay bird 

to death ... It's very awkward doing 

the Captain Morgan pose in your 

underwear thinking it's a brother 

coming up the stairs, and it turns out 

it's a security guard ... You don't even 

know ... I was like, the only normal 

person there ... Maybe it's Maybeline 

... BOF! ... BOOP BOOP, HOOP 

YEAH! ... Work that Neutrogena 

... BID DAY! ... Hey man ... As social 

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• The Epsilon chapter of Phi Mu hosted the first 
annu^ Casino Night with Kappa Alpha Order and 
used over 4,000 pinl<, white, red, and gold poker 

chips for the event. 

• The chapter made over 100 lion-shaped IV covers 

for the children of Blair E. Batson Hospital during 

philanthropy night of recruitment, 

• Together with Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Mu won 

Greek Week for the second year in a row. 




OFFICERS: (front) Marie Thomas, Secretaiy; Emily Mosow, Treasurer; Rorence Williams, President; Catherine Scott, 
Vice-President; Amanda Hudson, Phi Director; (back) Roxann Jackson, Membership Director; Amanda Cloyd, Panhellenic 
Representative; Erin Jones, Academic Excellence Chair; Mignon Sicard, Sisterhood Development Chair; Lauren Porter, 
Vj'hilanthropy Chair (not pictured: Amanda Smithers, Membership Director) 



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the stove? ... I watch Family Guy, it 
makes me wholesome on the inside 

... This is good, but it doesn't go 
with sausage ... Sometimes instead 

of sleeping, I like to have a dance 
party ... That costs extra ... RISK! ... 
I have a legitimate point to make ... 
Why are you such a skank? ... That 
just happened ... Whose bed have 

your boots been under? ... Skinny 
Legs Magee ... You ride that horse! ... 

will throw my corn at you ... Zing! 

... Boys! ... Grocery shopping is a 

bonding activity ... Piggly Wiggly ... 

And then I had friends! ... 




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• The first annOal Pike Barbecue Benefit for tlie 
FortenberrvAward and Scholarship raised $12,775. 

• Pike, along with Chi Omega and Delta Sigma 
Theta, came in second place in Greek Week. 

• The chapter was recognized for being above the 

all-men's average GPA and also received a scholarship 

plate from Pi Kappa Alpha International for having an 

above a 3.0 chapter average GPA. 

• Faculty advisor Patrick Cooper received the 2009 
award for Outstanding Faculty Advisor Ahmed 
Elalighe received the 2009 award for Best Greek 

Man. George Holmes received the 2009 award for 
Men's Model Initiate. 













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• SAE's social events include Paddy Murphy, 

Founder's Day. Initiation Formal, Blazing Saddles, and 

Destination Unknown. 

• The chapter's philanthropy projects include Chili 

Bowl, Project Shoestring. Habitat for Humanity, and 

Grace House. 



OFFICERS: (front) James Ameen. Rush Chair; Matt Mutchler. Eminent Recorder: Tim Shoptaugh, Risk Manager; (back) 
Taylor Holop, Eminent Treasurer; Drew Respess, Eminent Deputy Arclion; Alex Cummmgs, Eminent Archon 




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KATE HALL was named to the All-SCAC Third Team. 
She led the team in kills and had double digit kills in 22 
matches. She was sixth in the league in kills per game. 

JAIME BURNS returned to Millsaps as the head volleyba 
coach. 




VOLLEYBALL: (front) Victoria Romano, Amanda Cain, Mallory Clark, Hailey Miranda, Erica Cool<, Sarah Exiey; (bacl<) Maggie Tumminello, iHeatlier Keenan, 
iHolland Dunham, i<ate Mali, Cheisea Harrison, Dixie Krauss 




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St. Catherine 


3-0 


Loyola-New Orieans 


2-3 


Concordia 


3-0 


Sewanee 


3-0 


U.T.Tyler 


3-1 


DePauw 


1-3 


Piedmont 


0-3 


Oglethorpe 


3-0 


Reinhardt 


1-3 


Hendrix 


3-1 


East Texas Baptist 


0-3 


Trinity 


1-3 


Spring Hill 


3-1 


Southwestern 


2-3 


Belhaven 


3-1 


Colorado 


0-3 


Loyola-New Orieans 


1-3 


Birmingham-Southeni 


0-3 


Paul Quinn 


3-0 


Belhaven 


2-3 


Belhaven 


2-3 


Huntingdon 


3-0 


Mississippi College 


1-3 


Centre 


2-3 


Southwestern 


0-3 


Depauw 


1-3 


Colorado 


1-3 


Oglettiorpe 


3-1 


Austin 


1-3 


Rhodes 


1-3 


Rhodes 


0-3 


Dillard 


3-1 


Dillard 


3-0 


Spring Hill 


1-3 


Wiley 


1-3 


Hendrix 


1-3 


Lambuth 


3-0 


Oglethorpe 


2-3 


Belhaven 


3-0 







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All-SCAC Third Team 



Toni Manley, 132 blocks, ISO kills' 



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THE TEAM FINISHED the regular season undefeated, 
won the conference championship, and made it to the 
second round of the NCAA playoffs. Mike Dubose was 
named SCAC Coach of the Year. 

TWENTY PLAYERS were named to the All-SCAC team. First team: 
Juan Joseph, Shane Bowser, Eric McCarty, Michael Galatas, John 
Shivers, Andres Wallace, Taylor Russolino, Denarold Anderson, 
Lee Klein, Marcus Harris, Jonathan Brooks, Jacob Hanberry, 
William Lawrimore. Second team: Raymece Savage, Cap White. 
Honorable Mention: Burt Pereira, Michael Sims, Chris Skinner, 
Marcus Stokes, Adam Williams. 



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Mississippi Coi ege -l.'o Se^anee Univeraty 38-17 

Belhaven College 34-14 Tnnity Univetslty 56-27 

Austin College 41-7 Colorado College 50-6 

Rhodes College 49-2 B'hamSoulhem 31-14 

DePauw University 53-13 LaGrange College 51-26 

Centre College 46-26 Wash. & Jefferson 20-35 



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What does a Millsaps cheerleader need most Cr 





Determination. With demanding 
classes and many other things 
happening on campus, adding 
cheerleading to the list was not 
easy, but it was worth it! 

Catherine Patten 



Spirit and positive attitude, 
This year's squad was certainly 
full of spirit and positivity which 
allowed us to reach great 
heights.. .literally! 

Lindsay Webre 




Haley Toler, Sarah Hartzog 




CHEERLEADERS: Sarah Schmidt, Chantae Gates, Haley Toler, Sarah Hartzog, Elizabeth Bouffanie, Clara VanHom, Cassie Kaple, Christie Kokel, Lindsay 
Webre, Lauren Powell, Kristen Andrus, Annanda Andrus 



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through my head, or I'm 
thinking about how great it's 
going to be to finish the racel 

Kate Garand 




I get a verse of a song in my 
head, and I keep repeating it 
until the race is over. 

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CROSS COUNTRY: (front) Natalie Rebentisch, Maria Greene, Anna Allred.Anna Johnson, Kate Garand, (back) Cedric Williams, Taylor Weglicki, Coach 
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MC Season Opener 

Southern Mississippi 
Mississipi State University 

Rhodes Invitational 
Jackson State University 
MCWatson Ford Invitational 
Mississippi College Open 

SCAC Championship 



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MC Season Opener 

Southern Mississippi 
Mississipi State University 

Rhodes Invitational 
Jackson State University 
MCWatson Ford Invitational 
Mississippi College Open 

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Rhodes 


1-3 


Univ. of Dallas 


Hendnx 


1-0 


Austin College 


Sewanee 


0-3 


Mississippi Coll. 


Oglethorpe 


1-0 


Belhaven 


Trinity 


1-3 


LeToumeau 


Southwestern 


1-0 


Piedmont 


Chrichton 


50 


Alcorn State 


B'ham-Southerii 


0-4 


Agnes Scott 


Centre 


2-4 


Louisiana Coll. 


DePauw 


0-2 


East Texas Baptist 


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Meredith's 54 yard free kick 
to beat Belhaven 4-3 witin 2 
minutes left in the game. 

Leslie Robichaux, 10 goals, All- 

SCAC Second Team, NSCAA All-South 

Region Second Team, Team MVP 



Beating Southwestern at 
Southwestern, We were the 
underdogs, but everyone played 
really hard and we came out with 
a big win. 

Hayley Nemeth 




WOMEN'S SOCCER: (front) Maiy Richart, Callaghan Starrett, Lissa McManus, Laura Gray. Holly Wafren, Jessica Harris. Erin Sanford, Hayley Barber, 
Kristen Massey,Ann Blumer, Bobbi Jones, Hayley Nemeth, Megan Sullivan, Sara Millington, (back) Callie Roth, Amanda Paschall, Caitlyn Page, Made! Levey, Mad- 
die Ortega, Leslie Robichaux, Meredith Harris, Sarah Nelin, Elizabeth Sooby, Molly Beth Jourdan,AnneWaldrop, Emily Townsend, Courtney Syl<es, Hollle Penuel, 
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How to work together with 
teammates to successfully reach 
an end goal, and the discipline 
of time management. 

Andres Colocho 



To take advantage of every 
second of the time playing. 
It's some of the best times of 
your life, spent with incredible 
people that you'll never forget. 
Colin Thompson, 6 goals, 4 assists 




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MEN'S SOCCER: (front) Riley Manning, Martin McManus, Christopher Peyton, Drew Dews, Phil Guillot,Andres Colocho, Justin Bums, Miles Hesteriy, Brian 
Meyers, Drew Moroux, (back) Brandon Mong,Todd Schneck, Colin Thonnpson, Conley Pomerenke, Dylan Broussard, Domenick DIPaolo, Ian McDougall, Luke 
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Austin College 4-2 


Hendrix 


2-3 


Rust College 6-0 


Setvanee 


4-3 


Huntingdon College 10-1 


Oglethorpe 


2-0 


LeToumeau Univ. 1-2 


Trinity 


2-7 


Piedmont 1-2 


Southwestern 


0-2 


Belhaven 1-2 


B'ham-Southem 


2-5 


Mississippi College 1-3 


Centre 


21 


Louisiana College 6-0 


DePauw 


0-1 


Augustana College 1-2 


Colorado College 


0-5 


Fonttionne 4-1 


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team gave and the experience 
of travelling to other states for 
away games. 

Morgan Shell 




Making it to the SCAC 
tournament and the bond we 
formed as a team throughout 
the year. 

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University of Dallas 


61-48 


Spelman College 


76-47 


Sewanee 


52-44 


Louisiana College 


56-73 


Oglethorpe 


55-94 


Mississippi College 


70-99 


DePauw 


51-85 


Rust College 


86-38 


Centre College 


57-80 


Hendnx College 


81-78 


BSC 


47-66 


Piedmont College 


81-74 


Rhodes College 


65-73 


Rust College 


73-67 


Austin College 


65-67 


Trinity 


62-79 


Colorado College 


50-64 


Southwestern 


45-42 


Trinity 


61-82 


Souttieastem 


32-63 


Southwestern 


65-62 


Austin College 


49-47 


Hendrix College 


50-72 


Colorado College 


65-67 


Oglethorpe 


56-70 


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All-SCAC Honorable Mention 




What was the high point of your season 



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The outstanding leadership of 
seniors Chad Songy, Chris Sanders, 
and Russell Booth provided a 
great time of memories that 
will be cherished. 

Coach Tim Wise 



When we beat Trinity at home. 
It was the final home series for 
us, and Trinity was ranked #9 
in the nation. We played our 
best game all year. 

Ben Cooper 













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Belharen College 57-76 

Louisiana College 57-65 

Loyola 54-57 

Wesley College 52-59 

Rust College 92-79 

Huntingdon College 73-75 

Hendrii College 61-73 

LaGrange College 70-66 

Southeastern 56-85 

Trinity 50-55 

Southwestern 48-50 

Austin College 66-68 

Colorado College 78-62 



University of Dallas 
Scwanee 



DePauw 
Centre College 
BSC 

Rhodes College 
Austin College 
Colorado College 
Trinity 

Southwestern 
Hendrix College 



73-60 
58-56 
54-68 
83-85 
56-59 
60-68 
84-79 
74-78 
76-66 
88-67 
83-73 



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1 was able to learn a lot about 
team chemistry and how 
important it is to success. 

Allison Tarbox 



Learning how to practice. For 
me, practices are just as intense 
as games, and I was able to 
look at my teammates and 
watch how they practice. 

Jade Hewitt 



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McAllister, Jade Hewitt; (back) Coach Roland Rodriguez, Amanda Berry, Jenny Laird, Karoline Kremers, Laura Litton, Lindsay Drane, Allison Tarbox, Coach Jennifer 
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Southwestern 


2-4 


DePauw 


0-5,0-8 


Trinity 


5-12 


Univ. ofTexas-Tyle 


r 2-7 


Sewanee 


16-1, 16-0 


Austin College 


6-5 


Mississippi Coli. 


11-3,0-8 


MacMurray 


15-2, 11-2 


B'ham-Southem 


1-6, 1-5 


LaGrange 


15-0,5-2 


B'tiam-Soutliem 


0-11,0-5 


Wesleyan 


8-0, 7-0 


Rhodes 


12-4,9-10 


Emory 


4-16 


Rliodes 


1-12,0-6 


Mississippi Coll. 


0-3 


Centre 


11-3,6-4 


Emoiy 


1-2 


Centre 


3-2, 15-1 


Louisiana Coll. 


0-2, 1-2 


DePauw 


2-10,3-5 


Christ. Brothers 


1-5,1-4 



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41 HR and 186 RBI,AII-SCAC First Team, 
D3baseball.com All American Third Team, ABCA 
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LaGrange College 


12-8 


Hendrix College 


5-2 


Univ. of the Ozarks 


9-5 


Hendrix College 


5-1 


Rhodes College 


14-13 


Hendrix College 


12-13 


Piedmont College 


6-5 


Austin College 


9-5 


Piedmont College 


11-7 


Austin College 


12-3 


Huntingdon College 


13-10 


Belhaven College 


10-7 


Hendrix College 


4-5 


Southwestern Univ. 


6-8 


Hendrix College 


2-1 


Southwestern Univ. 


5-3 


Mississippi College 


20-3 


Mississippi College 


12-10 


Southwestern Univ. 


13-6 


Louisiana College 


17-13 


Southwestern Univ. 


11-7 


Emoiy University 


6-3 


Southwestern Univ. 


8-3 


Emory University 


6-0 


Emory University 


13-2 


Belhaven College 


3-11 


Belhaven College 


14-4 


Trinity University 


14-4 


Austin College 


13-9 


Trinity University 


4-8 


Austin College 


7-5 


Trinity University 


10-9 


Austin College 


10-7 


Centre College 


2-4 


Mississippi College 


11-4 


Hendrix College 


8-9 


Huntingdon College 


9-8 


Wartburg College 


5-3 


Trinity University 


10-0 


Wisconsin-Whitewater 12-4 


Trinity University 


2-3 


Carthage College 


5-12 


Illinois Wesleyan 


5-3 


Wisconsin-Whitewater 4-10 


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the season for the first time 
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Zemke, Jeremy Alitf, Josh Ordeneaux. (middle) Hayes Brian. Tyler Berry. Eli Ladnier. Billy Onh. John Marshall Pemberton. Boomer Hudson. Tanner Woodson. 

Aaron Williams, Andrew Eieming, Matt Mozingo. Andrew Jones. Peter Ratferty. Jason Riggms. (back) Head Coach Jim Page. Assistant Coach Doug Eortenberry, 

Frederick Wiley. Tail Hendrix, Puss Boyd, Steven Comeaux, Drew Maddox. Drew Respess. Philip de Kozan. Hunter Owen. Will Hawkins. Jules Roussel. Andrew 

Evans, Shelby Robertson, Bivant Palmerton. Billy Murphy. Sam Scheibel. Assistant Coach Derrik Boland, Assistant Coach Brent Buffa, Associate Head Coach 

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Elizabeth Oleary, Allison Zakaras, Mimi Nguyen 




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Trevor Harris, Chris Rollen,Tim Shoptaugh.Alex Cummings, Campbell Hughes 




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women 




Huntingdon College 


2-7 


University of Mobile 


0-5 


Sewanee 


0-9 


Cornell College 


0-7 


Oglethorpe 


2-7 


Centre College 


0-9 


Henderson State 


1-6 


B'ham Southern 


0-5 


Arkansas Tech 


0-9 


Rhodes College 


0-9 


Mississippi College 


1-8 


Austin College 


0-9 


Louisiana College 


7-2 


Southeastern OSU 


0-9 


UT at Tyler 


1-8 


Meridian CC 


0-9 


UT at Dallas 


2-7 


Southwestern 


0-9 


Belhaven College 


0-9 


Oglethorpe 


0-9 


Campbellsville 


4-5 








men 




Huntingdon College 


6-3 


Mississippi College 


1-8 


Sewanee 


0-9 


Cornell College 


90 


Oglethorpe 


2-7 


Centre College 


9-0 


Mississippi College 


2-7 


B'ham Southern 


2-7 


Jackson State 


1-6 


Rhodes College 


0-5 


Louisiana College 


7-0 


Austin College 


9-0 


UTatTylet 


0-9 


Southeastern OSU 


0-9 


Tyler JC 


1-8 


Meridian CC 


4-5 


Belhaven College 


9-0 


Colorado College 


4-5 


Campt)ellsville 


4-5 


Austin College 


9-0 


University of Mobile 


3-5 


Hendrix College 


8-1 



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'fat'eMacMitej, 







Richard Absher, FR 

Hesterine Achane, FR 

Elise Ackley, SO 

Sarah Jo Adams, SO 

Gwen Agho, SO 

Luv Agrawal, SR 



Gabe Aguilar, FR 

Akshay Ahuja, SR 

Rachel Alexander, SO 

Darrius Allen, FR 

Taylor Allen, FR 

Amber Amore, SR 



Alicia Anderson, FR 

Anna Anderson, SO 

Denarold Anderson, SR 

Russell Anderson, FR 

Kristen Andrus, FR 

Carissa Antone, SR 



Salvador Arceo, FR 
Heather Arthur, FR 

Andre Aubert, FR 
Brittany Aucoin, FR 

Summer Bailey FR 
Allen Baird, FR 






Austin Baker. SO 
Jacob Baker. JR 
Carrietha Ball, FR 
Travis Banta. FR 
Hayley Barber. SR 
Todd Barnthouse, FR 



Garic Barrosse. SR 
David Bastian. FR 
Evan Bauer. SO 
Krystal Beard. JR 
Jonathan Beasley, FR 
Sarah Beck. SO 



Case/ Behan. FR 
Rebecca Behrends. SR 
Sandra Benic. FR 
Mary Bennett. SO 
Marlaina Berch. FR 
Amanda Berry SO 



Neha Bhatnagar, SO 
Matthew Black. SR 
Ann Blumer. SR 
Molly Bohlke.JR 
Michael Boudreaux, FR 
Elizabeth Bouffanie, SR 




What is your favorite Caf desert? 




The red cake with white icing 
and chocolate curls. 

Rachel Tillay 



The dregs of the peach cobbler. 
It's so perfealy soggy and 
starchy. I just love it. 

Meagan Malone 



Froyo with caramel and just 
the right amount of milk. 

Amanda Cain 



I'd have to say the brownies. 

Phoebe Fraser 



Kieran Bourgeois, FR 
Llo/d Bourne, JR 
Shane Bowser, FR 
Russell Boyd, SR 
Phillip Boyett, FR 
MirelBrackin,JR 



Emily Brandon, SO 

Erin Brani, FR 

Louis Brantmeyer, JR 

Teal Brechtel, FR 

Averill Brewer, FR 

Celeste Brewer, FR 



Kelly Brignac, FR 

Jonathan Brooks, J R 

Rachel Brooks, SR 

Joel Broussard, FR 

Jeff Brown, FR 

Mary Buchan, SR 



Alex Buck, SR 
Ellen Burke, FR 
Logan Burt, FR 
William Butcher, FR 
Alii Butler, SO 
David Butler, SR 





Morgijn Cahn. FR 
Amanda Cain, JR 
Ben Cain, SR 
Lia Calhoun. SR 
Cree Cantrell, JR 
Mandy Carlock, SO 



Anthony Carter, FR 
Alex Cashman, FR 
Daniel Castille. SR 
Aimee Catalanotto, SR 
Amanda Chapman, FR 
Hannah Chappelle, SO 



Gene Chest, FR 
Matthew Chouest, JR 
Krista Clark, SO 
Sloan Click, FR 
Amanda Cloyd, SO 
Olivia Coats, FR 



Alexander Cocke, SO 
Clifford Coile, SO 
Katie Collins, SR 
Steven Comeaux, FR 
Chase Cone. FR 
Josh Conlee, JR 




Where do you go to study? 




I go to the music lounge or 
the library because there are 
no distractions, such as my 
roommate. 

Rachel Alexander 



I like to go to the second floor 
windows of the library so that I 
can see the azalea bushes while 
I work. 

Neha Solanki 



I go to the top of the film tower 
by the football field because it's 
quiet, breezy, and warm. And no 
one knows about it. .until now. 
Cree Cantrell 



My desk. I study by the glow of 
my computer screen while my 
roommate sleeps. 

Catherine Scott 



Patrick Cook, SR 

Benjamin Cooper. FR 

Brynn Corbello, SO 

Philip Cortese, SR 

Joshua Cosme, FR 

Lauren Cospelich, SO 



Laura Cost, SO 

Hunter Cowan, FR 

Katelynn Cowan, SR 

Anna Crousillac, FR 

Jesse Crow, FR 
Quincy Crowell, FR 



Richmond Culp, FR 

Zachary Cunningham, FR 

Bishop Currie, FR 

David Dale, JR 

Luke Darby, SR 

Gary Davis, FR 



Nate Davis, FR 

Zach Davis, SO 

Larry Denman, SR 

William Derrick, FR 

Matthew Deweese, SR 

Thomas Deweese, FR 




Anna Johnson; Colin Thompsoni 




Drew Dews, JR 
Crystal Dickerson, SR 
Tina Dinh, FR 
Alexander Dipascal, JR 
Cheshil Dixit, FR 
Ellen Dixon, FR 



Thea Dixon, FR 
Kristian Dobard, FR 
Elizabeth Dodson,JR 
Laura Domingue, FR 
Susan Doussan, SO 
Sue Carrie Drummond, FR 



uan Duarte, SO 
Courtney Dugas, FR 
Holland Dunham, FR 
Bryan Dupree, SO 
Kaylon Durham, FR 
Matthew Dyess, FR 



Jessica Eastin, SO 
Sabira Ebaady, SO 
Brittany Eaor, SO 
Lamees El-Sadek, SO 
William Everett, SO 
Philip Ewbank, SO 




Name a Millsaps myth that you have heard 




If you step on the crest, you 
won't graduate. To reverse the 
curse you must streak across 
the Bowl. 

Jacob Gibson 



There's a ghost named Frank 
haunting the Christian Center 
theater. 

Rachel Brooks 



Bacot IS haunted by the ghost 
of Becky Bacot. My freshman 
year, she set off the fire alarm 
three times in one night. 

Roscoe Forch 



There are cameras pointing at 
the fountain to prevent people 
from playing in it. 

Florence Williams 



Judy Faragasso. FR 

Amanda Fertitta, FK 

Erin Fleming, JR 

Jaclyn Fletcher, JR 

Maggie Floyd, FR 

Elise Fontenot. FR 



Karen Forester, FR 
Kristin Foss, SO 

Ashton Foust, FR 
Duncan Fraser, 5R 
Phoebe Fraser SO 

Hudson Fuller, FR 



Jennifer Gandy, JR 

Kate Garand, SO 

Jacob Gibson, SO 

Lydia Gikas, JR 

Whitney Gilchrist, FR 

Meghan Giurintano, FR 



Lauren Gladne/, SO 

Lura Glatzer, FR 

Irene Goddard, SR 

Sameer Goel, FR 

Leia Golden, FR 

Adam Golsby SO 






Devin Gonzales, FP, 
Victoria Gorham. FR 
Alex Granier, FR 
Laura Gray, FR 
Lloyd Gray, JR 
Sarah Gray, JR 



Meianie Green, FR 
Maria Greene. SR 
Samantha Greenleaf, SO 
Philip Grove, FR 
Lauren Guichard,JR 
Alexis Guilbeau, SO 



Dakota Guillory, JR 
Lauren Guillory, FR 
Laura Guillot, FR 
Kathryn Gunderson. FR 
David Guyott, FR 
Martin Haaga, FR 



Sophia Halkias, SR 
Brian Hall, SR 
Taylor Hallmark, SR 
Holly Harlan, FR 
Nathan Harrell, FR 
Jessica Harris, FR 




What is your favorite movie? 




Flyday is really funny. 



Paul Miller 



Howl's Moving Castle. 

Dlantha Williamson 



Away We Co - an independent 
filnn, very surprising and 
delightful. 

Brittany Tait 



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House Bunny. I like to quote it 
a lot. 

Jen IMcKinley 



Eric Harrison, FR 


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Hugh Hartzog, SR 


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Sarah Hartzog, SO 


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Andrew Hatten, SO 


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Brad Hayes, SR 
Dena^ Hebert, SO 


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Megan Hebert, FR 


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Courtney Helfrich, SR 


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Brandon Hendricks, FR 


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Tait Hendrix, SR 


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Sam Herman, JR 


Jflb^NjHL 


Mark Herndon, SO 



Jade Hewitt, FR 

Hannah Hinson, JR 

Beau Hinton, FR 

Amanda Hoak, FR 

Casey Holloway, FR 

Laura Grayson Howe, JR 



Justin Huckaby, SR 

Amanda Hudson, SO 

Schuyler Huff, SR 

Michael Hunt, FR 

Joseph Hunter, FR 

Stirling Hutchins, FR 





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Holly Irwin, FR 
Laura Jackson, SO 
Brent JerrelLFR 
Yue Jiang, FR 
Jorge Jimenez, SO 
Brittani Johnson, JR 



David Johnson, SO 
Dwight Johnson, FR 
Lainey Johnson, FR 
Andrew Jones, FR 
Ashley Jones, SO 
Erin Jones, JR 



Thomas Jones, SR 
Geoffrey Joseph, FR 
Molly Beth Jourdan, FR 
Megan Jumago, SR 
Richard Kean, JR 
Lisa Keating, SR 



Suzanna Keen, FR 
Heather Keenan, SO 
Christopher Kelley, SO 
Brennon Kelly, FR 
Rachel Keng, SR 
Andy Kennedy, SO 



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What do you do in your free time? 




I watch Hulu because it's 
convenient, and a lot of the 
shows I like come on at the 
same time. 

Justin Huckaby 



I get ahead in my work, and I 
journal. 

Kayla Richard 



I work out and play football. 

Nick Dubuisson 



What's free time? 



Marie Thomas 



Lauren Kessler, FR 
Brittany Kinman, FR 
Bolton Kirchner. SO 

Lauren Kittreil, FR 
'Sarah Kocher.GRAD 

Christie Kokel, SR 



Ekaterina Kotcherguina, SR 

Andy Kutcher, SR 

Garrison Laborde, FR 

Morgan Ladner, JR 

Jenny Laird, FR 

William Lammons, FR 



Tiffany Langlinais, FR 

Brooke Lassiter, SO 

Sarah Laughlin, SO 

Katherine Lawrence, FR 

Samantha Ledbetter, FR 

Molly Lehmuller, SO 



Katie Lewallen, SR 
David Lind, SR 
Dylan Lindsay, JR 
Laura Litton, SO 
Erin Loveland, FR 
Britney Mack, FR 



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Katie MacMillaci. 30 
Chris Mailer, SO 
Megan Maher, 5R 
Sarah Maher, JR 
Meagan Malone, SR 
Toni Manley, SR 



Nathaniel Mann, SO 
Riley Manning, SO 
Molly Markowitz, FR 
Margaret Marley, FR 
Amy Martin, JR 
Holden Martin, FR 



Mary Martin, FR 
Caroline Massey, SR 
Kristen Massey, SR 
Sarah Matheny, SR 
Rachel Mathias, FR 
Carl Matroni, FR 



Courtney Maxson, JR 
Stephanie Maxwell, SR 
Cole McDonald, FR 
Kathryn McDonald, FR 
Menton McGinnis, SR 
Lissa McManus, FR 



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Which campus event do you enjoy most? 




The Southern Literary Festival 
because I get to hear writers 
read and discuss their works. 

Fowler Jones 



The Holi Show. Color wars are 

great, even when it's really cold. 

Kailey Rocker 



Boys' Bid Day because It's 
a time to welcome new 
members. 

TamariusWeems 



I love the Cravv^sh Boil. 
Anything that involves food and 
music. 

Lloyd Gray 



Ben McNair, SO 
I Andrew McPherson, SO 
I John McRae, SO 

k Blake Means, J R 

I Rachel Medlin, FR 

I Tye Menist, SR 



Brian Merkel, FR 
Edgar Meyer. JR 
Elizabeth Meyer FR 
Brian Mikell, FR 
Ashley Miller. SO 
Khylee Miller, FR 



Sara Millington. FR 

Marjie Mitchell, JR 

Michael MohrJR 

Alison Montgomery, FR 

Shaka Moody, FR 

Annelise Moore, FR 



Andy Morrison, SO 

Kathleen Morrison, JR 

Lee Morrison, FR 

Stephanie Moses. FR 

Emily Mosow, SO 

Matthew Mozingo. FR 





Anne-Marie Mo*/ -htc 
Joe Muller, SO 
Chase Munro, SO 
Caroline Murphy. JR 
Timothy Murphy, FR 
Austin Musice, FR 



Whitaker Musick, FR 
Matthew Mutchler, SR 
Paz Naccari, FR 
Genevieve Navin. SO 
Spencer Nessel, FR 
Mimi Nguyen, SO 



Jordan Nolan. FR 
Mary Elizabeth O'Leary, FR 
Elicia Ocmond, FR 
Matthew Oglesbee, SR 
Janice Okeke, FR 
Hanna Olivier, SO 



Josh Ordeneaux, SO 
Gwen Orr, SR 
Maddie Ortega, FR 
Caitlyn Page, FR 
Lisa Papale, JR 
Evan Parker, SR 




What's your favorite part of dorm life? 




That I can walk down the 
hall and say, "What's up!?" to 
anyone at any time. 

Alex Cocke 



Being in constant contact and 
communication with my friends. 
I love spur of the moment 
dorm parties. 

Anne Waldrop 



I like having a lot of people 
around, and it's great when you 
need a distraction, 

Bennon Pickette 



I love dorms except when the 
fire alarm goes off or we run 
out of toilet paper 

Jessica Greber 



Matthew Parlato, FR 
Keith Parsons, J R 
Stephen Passman, SO 
Anisha Patel, FR 
Khushi Patel. FR 
Nikhil Patel, SO 



Amy Patterson. FR 

Nile Patterson, SO 

Catherine Fatten, FR 

John Pemberton, SO 

Angela Pesnell. JR 

Lance Philyaw, SR 



Jennifer Pickren, FR 

Travis Pinkston, SR 

Jam! Pittman, FR 

David Poliakoff, FR 

Dixie Pond, SO 

Lauren Porter, FR 



Madeleine Porter, FR 

Charlotte Prejean, SR 

Nicolas Presti, SO 

Caitlin Price, FR 

Michael Price, jR 

Ashley Prince, FR 





Theorsio Proctor, FR 
Allison Purves, SO 
oseph Quillin, SR 
Peter Rafferty, SO 
Shivalika Rana, SO 
Roxie Randle. SR 



Mary Clark Rardin, JR 
Natalie Rebentisch, FR 
Megan Redhead. FR 
Mary Kate Rees, SO 
Kenny Reeves, FR 
ames Rice, SR 



Alexander Richard, FR 
Kayla Richard, SR 
Mary Richard, FR 
oseph Richards, SO 
Chelsea Rick, FR 
Tamara Rilko, SR 



Ashley Rivera, FR 
Andrew Roach, FR 
Kailey Rocker, FR 
Laura Rodriguez, SO 
Christopher Rolen, SO 
Victoria Romano, SO 




What was your favorite class? 




Theater History. It was 
awesome. 

J.R. Braun 



The Quest for the Holy Grail 
taught by Dr. Jones, because 
I'nn interested in mythical and 
religious matters. 

Collin Napier 



My favorite class was 
Constitutional Law. It was 
informative, swift-paced, and 
challenging, but also fun. 

Nathan Mann 



Intro to Religious Studies 
because we got to experience 
different religions while learning 
about them. 

Amanda Cloyd 



Kylie Romero, SO 

Wrijoya Roy, FR 

Aditya Sabharwal, FR 

David Sandlin, JR 

Phillips Sanford, FR 

Sital Sanjanwala, JR 



Andrew Santos, FR 

Steven Sarpy, SR 

Mallory Satcher, FR 

Raymece Savage, SR 

Kseniya Savelyeva, FR 

Ashley Scales, FR 



Jenny Scalzo. SO 

Sam Scheibal, FR 

Catherine Schmidt, SR 

Sarah Schmidt, SR 

Sara Schumacher, SO 

Jennifer Serwan, FR 



Mary Catherine Sharpe, FR 
Micah Shear, JR 
l^organ Shell, FR 
Megan Shirey, FR 
Kaitlin Short, FR 
Amy Shoves, FR 




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Mary Lindsey Sirnpkins. FR 
Mitchell Singletary FR 
Emma Sloan, SO 
Amanda Smith. JR 
Catherine Smith, JR 
Elizabeth Smith, FR 



Liz Smith, SR 
Amanda Smithers,JR 
Anna Smithson, FR 
Will Smyser, SO 
Katie Sorey, SO 
Laura Sorey, FR 



Mary Rogers Sorey, SR 
Derek Sparger, JR 
Aubin St. Clair, FR 
Claire Stamm, SO 
Broc Stevens, FR 
Emily Stewart, SR 



Matthew Stewart, FR 
Marcus Stokes, SR 
Mandi Strickland, FR 
Kate Sundell, FR 
Collins Swords, FR 
Courtney Sykes, FR 




What was your most embarassing moment? 




I was late for class, and I tripped 
going up the stairs. 

Candice Fisher 



It was my first day of freshman 
year, and I had a huge rash on 
the left side of my face because 
of my new bedsheets. 

Hailey Miranda 



My freshman year, I got locked 
out of Bacot in my boxers. 

Dylan Lindsay 



I tripped down the stairs of 
SHH, superman glided into the 
Bowl, and landed on my face. 

Hanna Olivier 



Eric Tabor, FR 

Daniel Tackett, SO 

Brittany Tait, SO 

George Tambe Jr., FR 

Allison Tarbox, FR 

Lindsey Tassin, FR 



Justin latum, FR 

Katherine TebcJR 

Marie Thomas, SO 

Michael Thomas, FR 

William Thomas, SO 

Christopher Thompson, FR 



Colin Thompson, JR 

Rachel Tillay. J R 

Andrew Tims, FR 

Lauren Titone, FR 

Brittany Tourelle, SO 

James Tryforos, SO 



Emily Tuberville, SO 

Bonnie Tucker, SO 

Kevan Beth Tucker, SR 

Joshua Tuilos, FR 

Katelyn Ullmer, SR 

Brittany Ussin, FR 



Evgenia Ustinova, SR 

Brittany Veal, FR 

Sophie Ventura, FR 

JPVerzwyvelt, FR 

Hannah Vick, FR 

Bryant Voth, FR 



Carol Wagner, SO 

Thomas Walden, SO 

Anne Waldrop, FR 

McCall Walker, FR 

Caitie Warburton, JR 

Cameron Ward, SO 



Mark Ward, SO 

Holly Warren, FR 

Marvin Washington, FR 

Sydney Watson, FR 

Taylor Weaver, SO 

Chris Webb, FR 



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Will Webb, FR 
Lindsay Webre, FR 
Tamarius Weems, FR 
Josh Whitam, SO 
Caitlin White, FR 
Pandora White, FR 



Shelby White, FR 
Christian Widdows, SR 
Frederick Wiley, SR 
Cedric Williams, FR 
David Williams, SO 
Florence Williams, JR 



Lauren Williams, FR 
Sha'quita Williams. SO 
Diantha Williamson, JR 
Alex Wills, JR 
Gerri Wilson, JR 
James Wilson, FR 



Lee Wink. FR 
Margie Woodall. FR 
Tanner Woodson. SO 
Janet Wyeth. FR 
Sharon Yoo. FR 
Allison Zakaras. JR 




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I was overjoyed about the election, 
hopeful about the future, and 
loved the participation fronn the 
student body. 

Courtney Sykes 



It was a presidential election 
that would have made history, 
no matter the result, because 
there were so many firsts. 

Sarah Nelin 



I watched how much each 
candidate lied on Fact Checker 
and laughed. 

Tony Bellan 



I think it was a waste of a vote. 
Nobody was worth it. 

McCall Walker 



Dr. Ted Ammon, Philosophy 

Dr. William Bares, Computer Science 

Dr. Jesse Beeler, Business 

Dr. Annie Blakeney-Glazer, Religious 



Dr. Bill Brister, Business 

Dr Kristen Brown, Philosophy 

Dr. Judith Caballero, Spanish 

Dr Damon Campbell, Business 



Dr Cheryl Coker, Music 

Ms. Gayla Dance, Mathematics 

Dn David Davis, History 

Dr Anita DeRouen, Writing Program 



Dr. Priscilla Fermon, French 
Dr. Amy Forbes, History 
Dr Laura Franey, English 
Dr Stan Galicki, Geology 



Dr Michael Gleason, Classical Studies 

Dr Eric Griffin, English 

Dr Jamie Harris, Geology 

Dr. Brent Hendrixson, Biology 



Dr Patrick Hopkins, Philosophy 

Dr Terri Hudson, Business 

Dr Melissa Kelly Psychology 

Dr. Wolfgang Kramer, Chemistry 



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Dr. Anne MacMaster, English 
Dr. Robert McElvaine, History 
Dr. Sara McGuire, Biology 
Dr James McKeown, Biology 



Dr Greg Miller, English 
Ms. Sandra Murchison, Art 
Dr Walter Neely, Business 
Mr Bob Nevins, Biology 



Dr Kristen Oertel, History 
Dr Iren Omo-Bare, Political Science 
Dr Ashleigh Powers, Political Science 
Dr Jimmie Purser, Chemistry and 
Computer Science 



Dr Lynn Raley, Music 

Dr Darby Ray, Religious Studies and Faith 

and Work Initiative 
Dr Michael Reinhard, Political Science 
Dr Shadow Robinson, Physics 



Dr Donald Schwartz, Computer Science 
Dr Robert Shive, Mathematics and 

Computer Science 
Dr Steve Smith, Philosophy and Religious 

Studies 
Dr Kristina Stensaas, Chemistry 



Dr. William Storey, History 

Dr Holly Sypniewski, Classical Studies 

Dn Kurt Thaw, Psychology 

Dr. Daniel Turkeltaub, Classics 



Dr Yan Wang, Mathematics and 

Computer Science 
Dr Tim Ward, Chemistry 
Ms. Maline Werness, Art 
Dr Lola Williamson, Religious Studies 



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Alpha Psi Omega: Theater Honorary (front) Sarah Kocher (interim advisor), Elizabeth 
Gutherz, Mandy Carlock, Elizabeth Boteler, Candice Fisher, Brittany Tourelle, (middle) 
Roxie Randle, Anne-Mane Mueschke, Catherine Smith, Jaclyn Bethany, Casey Phillips, 
Justin Huckaby. (back) j.R. Braun, Matthew Black, Dylan Lindsay, Kate Lawrence, Larry 
Denman, David Lind. Bryan Dupree 




Anthropology Club: (front) Jane Fuller, Nancy Yates, Lauren Cospelich. Megan Jumago 
(back) Will Johnson, Christie Kokel, Garic Barrosse, Elise Ackley, Duncan Fraser 




Beta Alpha Psi: Accounting Honorary (front) Lee Klein, (middle) Angela Pesnell, 
Amanda Andrus, Meredith Harris, Julia Jesuit, Brittney McAllister, Laura Litton, (back) 
David Dale, Emily Soniat, Florence Williams, Pete Wright, Walt Terry, Kenny Metzger 



Beta Beta Beta: 6/o(ogy Honorary (front) Blake Means, Hayley Barber, Audrey 
Plaisance, Emily Brandon, Kristin Foss, (second) Adi Sabharwal, Summer Bailey, Brynn 
Corbello, (third) Anisha Patel, Neha Bhatnagar, Clifford Coile, Marie Thomas, Lisa 
Keating, (back) Heather Chapman, Anh Giang, Kristen Massey, Joyee Esters, Edgar 
Meyer, Elisa Miguel-Qin 




FMA Rnance Club: Allison Zakaras, Miles Sager, Madison Field, Cap White, Andrew 
Chaplain, Dr. Walter Neely (Advisor) 



FMA Honor Society: Miles Sager, Madison Field, Cap White, Andrew Chaplain, 
Dn Walter Neely (Advisor) 



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Omicron Delta Kappa: Leadership Honorary (front) Rachel Brooks. Katie Lewallen, 
Meagan Malone, Megan Maher, Katie Lee Sargent, Kate Royals, (middle) Larry Denman, 
Katie Collins, James Rice, Hanna Oiivien Stephanie Maxwell, Luke Darby, Brittany 
Hickman, Christie Kokel, Michael Mohr, Alex Allain, Bnttany Tait, (back) Ben Cain, David 
Butler Philip Cortese, Joey Quillin, Cree Cantrell, Brandon Mong, Edgar Meyer 



Phi Beta Kappa: Scholarship Hor^orary (front) Vandana Vedanarayanan, Katie Hamm, Ka- 
tie Collins, Emily Stewart, Ashley Jefcoat. Aprit Hendricks, Emily Gilbert, Megan Maher 
Kayla Richard, (back) Andrew dinger Kathryn Buchan, Mary Wilson, Andy Carlson, 
Alex Allain, Philip Cortese, Meagan Malone, Matthew Oglesbee. Amber Amore, 
Katelyn Ullmer Roxie Randle, Anna Allred 




Phi Eta Sigma: Freshman Honorary (front) Teal Brechtel, Anne Waldrop, Meghan 
Giunntano, Elise Fontenot. Amy Patterson (second) Amy Shows, Jessica Harris, 
Jennifer Pickren, Jennifer Serwan, Neha Bhatnagar (third) Ashley Rivera, Alex Richard, 
Matthew Stewart, Alex Granier (fourth) Megan Redhead. Megan Shirey, Kelly Brignac, 
Annelise Moore. Dr. Zachary Musselman (fifth) Dena^ Hebert. Brynn Corbello. Natalie 
Rebentisch, (back) Mallory Satcher Kathryn McDonald. Will Everett. Katie Sorey 




Pi Mu Epsilon: Mathematics Honorary (front) Chris Widdows. Mrs. Gayla Dance 
(Advisor). Dr John Osoinach. (middle) Erin Redman, Rebecca Behrends, Kristen Massey, 
Kevan Beth Tucker. Kate Griener. Roxie Randle (back) Ms. Tracy Sullivan. Emily Stewart. 
Jaclyn Fletcher 




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McGinnis, (back) Amanda Hoak, Neha Bhatnagar, Ashley Martin, Lisa Keating, Carissa 




Sigma Delta PI: Spanish Honorary Sue Carrie Drummond, Chris Awwad, Dn Robert 
Kahn, Winfrey Norton, Katherine Negrotto, Cori Tucker, David Williams 




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Louis Wilson Fund Managers: Hunter Owen, Todd Schneck, Dr. Walter Neely, Jane 
Ustinova 



Chamber Singers: (front) Zach Davis, Matthew Black, Karen Forester, Elizabeth Salathe, 
Ben McNair, (middle) Richard Kemp, Larry Denman. Catherine Smith, Lisa Papale, 
Candice Fisher, Erin Ford, Justin Huckaby, Rachel Alexander, Jaclyn Bethany, J. R. Braun, 
(back) Bennon Pickette, Meagan Malone, David Lind, Hyland Keen, Dylan Lindsay, Katia 
Kotcherguina, Whitney Wages, Rachel Tillay 





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Art: 

Excellence in Art History Award - Erin Jordan 
William D. Rowel! Memorial Art Award -Tom Manley 
Outstanding Junior Studio Art Award - Beth Fossen 
Art History Paper Award - Erin Jordan 

Performing Arts: 

Senior l\Ausic Award ■ Charles Denman 

Performance Concentrator Award in Music ■ Meagan Malone 

Academic Acliievement in Theater Award - Casey Phillips 

Classics: 

Swearingen Prize for Excellence in Introductory Latin - Joe Muller 
Swearingen Prize for Excellence in Advanced Latin - Philip Cortese 
Swearingen Prize for Excellence in Introductory Greek ■ Morgan Jones 
Swearingen Prize for Excellence in Advanced Greek - Andy McPherson 
Magnolia Coullet Senior Classics Award - Philip Cortese 

English: 

Paul D. Hardin Award in English - Katie Mamm 

Robert H. Padgett Award in English - Vandana Vedanarayanan 

Clark Essay Medal ■ Vandana Vedanarayanan 

History: 

Ross H. Moore History Award - Megan Wharton 

Modern Languages: 

Pi Delta Phi Intermediate French Award ■ Karina Sjdduth SAnne Waldrop 

Albert Godfrey Sanders Award in Spanish - Kayla Richard 

Sigma Delta Pi Intermediate Spanish Award ■ David Guyott, Sarah Hartzog, & Ashley Martin 

Philosophy: 

Best Philosophical Writing Award - Meagan Malone 

Religious Studies: 

Excellence in Religious Studies Award - Alex Allain 
Religious Studies Paper Award - Brittany Hickman 
Bishop's Medal • Candice Fisher 
Henry and Katherine Bellamann Awards 

Creative Writing - Luke Darby 

Music - Larry Denman 
Dora Lynch Hanley Award for Distinguished Writing ■ Kate Royals 

Biology: 

Biology Department Award for Service - Emily Gilbert 

Biology Research Award • Hayley Barber 

Tri-Beta Award ■ Hayley Barber & Matthew Deweese 

Chemistry: 

Joseph B. Price General Chemistry Award - Clifford Coile, Samuel Scheibal, Marie 

Thomas, & Jennifer Serwan 
Junior Analytical Chemistry Award - Keith Parsons 
Chemistry Department Senior Research Award - Emily Stewart 
J.M.Whitfield Service Award - Neha Solanki 

Computer Science: 

Outstanding Computer Science Senior Project ■ Garrett McKellar 



Education: 

Excellence in Student Teaching: Elementary ■ Darrmgton Lancaster: Secondary ■ Amber 

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Outstanding Scholarship Award for Elementary Education - Dianne Coleman 
Outstanding Scholarship Award for Secondary Education - Kayla Richard 
Mary Sue Enochs Lewis Endowed Scholarship - Lauren Powell 
Excellence on National Praxis II Examination - Kayla Richard & Melanie Smith 

Geology: 

Wendell B.Johnson Memorial Award ■ Andrew Fleming 
Richard R. Priddy Memorial Award - Rachel Keng 
Jennifer L. Sorrells Memorial Award ■ Vlfilliam Fontaine 
W.A.Tarr Award ■ David Butler 

Mathematics: 

Outstanding Freshman Mathematics Award - Lauren Titone andYue (Joyce) Jiang 
Samuel R. Knox Senior Mathematics Award ■ Robert Parker 

Physics: 

College Physics Award ■ Andy McPherson 
General Physics Award ■ Keith Parsons 

Political Science: 

John F. Kennedy Award • Philip Cortese 

Reid and Cynthia Bingham Awards - Anna Sweat, Molly Kate Bohike, & Lauren Guichard 

Psychology: 

William James Award for Academic Excellence ■ Mary Wilson 

Mary Whiton Calkins Award for Outstanding Research in Psychology ■ Rachel Brooks & 

Sarah Matheny 
Gordon Allport Award for the Application of Psychology - Elizabeth Starrett & Lee Fountain 
Noam Chomsky Award for Excellence in Psychology - Ashley Jefcoat 
Best Overall Performance on Comprehensive Examination - Mary Wilson 
Chi Omega Social Science Award - Kathryn Buchan 

Accounting: 

Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants Outstanding Senior Award - Alan 
Landrum 

Business Administration: 

Wall Street Journal Award - Erin Anderson 

Economics: 

Richard B. Baltz Award - Chad Songy 

Finance: 

Merrill Lynch Award for Excellence in Investments ■ Brian Chadwick & Evgenia (Jane) 

Ustinova 
CFA Society of Mississippi Award for Excellence in Finance - Bradley Thompson 
Else Scholars: Erin Anderson, Kathryn Buchan, Lacey Evans, Hugh Hartzog, Michael 
Hendrix, Bobbi Jones, & Chad Songy 

Omicron Delta Kappa Awards: Freshman Man of the Year - Dwight Johnson; Freshman 
Woman of the Year - Jesse Crow: W. Charles Sallis Leader of the Year - Philip Cortese 

Lewis and Reiff Awards: Alex Allain, Chad Bowen, Philip Cortese, Kayla Richard 
Thomas G. Ross Scholarship - Sam Herman 
Janet Lynne Sims Award ■ Keith Parsons 



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Katie Collins, an English major and 
member of Delta Delta Delta Fraternity, 
was the Panhellenic President as well as 
a Residence Hall Director and CMT co- 
chair. She also participated in the Ford 
Fellow and Honors Programs. Collins 
was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and 
Omicron Delta Kappa honoraries. 






Meagan Malone, a philosophy and French 
double major with a concentration in 
piano, was a member of Delta Delta 
Delta Fraternity. She was also a member 
of the Millsaps Players, Singers, and 
Chamber Singers. Malone served as a 
staff writer for the Purple & White and 
as a member of the Judicial Council. 




Philip Cortese, a classics and political 
science double major with a French 
minor and a Latin concentration, 
was a member of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon Fraternity. He served as 
CSA president, the Campus Safety 
Committee Chair for SBA, and as 
a Presidential Ambassador. He was 
a member of Phi Beta Kappa and 
Omicron Delta Kappa honoraries. 








Kayla Richard, a Spanish major with a 
double minor in English and education, 
was a member of Chi Omega Fraternity, 
and served as the Panhellenic Vice 
President. She acted as the CMT 
Challenge project leader, CSA leadership 
team, and Vice President of the Spanish 
Club. Richard was also an RA and a 
Presidential Ambassador. 




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Alex Allain 

MAJOR: Religious Studies 
MINOR: Faith & Work 
ACHIEVEMENTS: CMT (Service Trips 
Chair), AXA, Americorps VISTA, Big 
Brothers Big Sisters of MS, McNair Fund 



Carissa Antone 

MAJOR: Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Psychology 
Department Intern, MCA Diversity, P.A.D 
(Treasurer), Phi Mu (Panhellenic Delegate, 
IFC Chair), CSA, Walk for Auusm 






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Christopher Avyrwad 

MAJORS: Biology, Spanish 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Lambda Chi Alpha 
(President, Recruitment Chair), Foundations 
Leader, McNair Fund 



Ann Blumer 

MAJOR: Business Administration 
MINOR: Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Kappa Pi, Women's 
Soccer, Ballroom Dancing, Pathfinders, 
National Jr. Angus Assoc. Board of Directors 








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Chadwick Bowen 

MAJOR: Classical Studies 
MINORS: History, Faith & Work 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Ultimate Frisbee Club, 
Outdoor Adventure Club, MCF (President), 
C.A.L.L.S. (Chair) 




James Braun 

MAJOR: Theatre 
MINOR: Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Alpha Psi Omega, 
Chamber Singers, MiUsaps Players, 
Foundations Leader of the Year 



Rachel Brooks 

MAJOR: Psychology (Human Services) 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Mu, F.Y.E., Ford 
Fellowship Program, Safe Space, Omicron 
Delta Kappa 



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MAJOR: Geology (Geophysics) 
MINOR: Physics 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Honor Council 
(Chair), Outdoor Adventure Club (Pres.), 
Cycling Club (Pres.), SFE (Pres.), 2AE 



Benjamin Cain 

MAJOR: History 
MINOR: English 

ACHIEVEMENTS: LXA(VP Internal), 
OAK, Order of Omega (Pres), Judicial 
Coimcil, IFC (Pres), F.Y.E. (Student Director) 






Katie Collins 

MAJOR: English 

ACHIEVEMENTS: CMT (co-chair), 
Panhellenic President, Tri Delta, Ford 
Fellow, Honors Program, Phi Beta Kappa, 
RHD, Omicron Delta Kappa 




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MAJORS: Classical Studies (Latin), Political Science 
AINOR: French 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Beta Kappa, 
)micron Delta Kappa (Pres.), CSA (Pres.), 
!AE, SBA Senator, Presidential Ambassador 




Luke Darby 



SAAJOR: English 
^INOR: Anthropology 
\CHIEVEMENTS: Lily Fellow, AXA 
External VP), CMT, Judicial Council, 
foundations Leader, P&W, OAK 



rystal Dickerson 

V\AJOR: Biology 
VllNOR: Chemistry 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Women's basketball 
Captain), Judicial Council, BSA, Delta 
SigmaTheta(VP), FCA 



^hmed Elaiighe 

^AJOR: Public Management 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Pi Kappa Alpha 
Treasurer), IFC (VP of Recruitment), 
ifMCA Youth and Government (Program 
:oordinator) 



Candice Fisher 

lAAJOR: Religious Studies 
vMNOR: Education 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Tri Delta, Singers, 
'hamber Singers, S.L.A.C.K.E.R.S., 
oundations Leader, Alpha Psi Omega 






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»<AJOR: English 
»AINOR: Political Science 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Political Science Club 
Pres.), MCA Diversity (Discussion Leader), 
CIC, CMT, P&W (Opinions Editor) 




Kathleen Hamm 

MAJOR: English 
MINORS: French, Studio Art 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega, Stylus 
(Editor). Judicial Council (Vice-Chair), 
Writing Center Tutor 


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Brittany Hickman 

MAJORS: Anthropology, Political Science 
ACHIEVEMENTS: SYE (Chair), SBA 
(2nd VP), Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma 
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MAJOR: Psychology 
MINOR: Classical Studies (Latin) 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Honors Program, 
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Vanessa Johnson 

MAJOR: French 

MINORS: Art History, Education 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Delta Sigma Theta 

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Bobbi Jones 

MAJORS: English, Business Admin. 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Women's soccer, Kappa 
Delta, Bibles and Basketballs, FCA Yoga 
Instructor, Kappa Alpha Sv/eetheart, APICS 
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ACHIEVEMENTS: Glory Phi God, BSA, 
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MAJOR: Anthropology, Sociology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Kappa Delta (VP), 
Panhellenic Council (Pres,), Anthropology 
Club, Dance Team 


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MAJOR: Spanish 
MINOR: Secondary Education 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Women's basketball, 
Volleyball manger, RA, FCA 



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MAJOR: Elementary Education 
MAJOR: Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega (VP, 
Secretary)^ CMT, Singers, Sigma Lambda, 
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Katie Lewallen 

MAJOR: Political Science 
MINOR: Faidi and Work 
ACHIEVEMENTS: SBA Senator, All 
College Council, Political Science Club, 
Model United Nations, Chi Omega, OAK 





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Menton McGinnis 

MAJOR: Psychology (Hiunan Services) 
MINOR: Geology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega, 

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MAJOR: Business Administration 
MINOR: Greek 


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MAJOR: Mathematics 
MINOR: Theater 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Mu (Membership 
Director), FYE Director, Order of Omega, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa 




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ACHIEVEMENTS: S.A.L.T College 
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Pres., Secretary), S.C.C.A. (VP), Singers, 
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Catherine Schmidt 

MAJORS: English, French 
ACHIEVEMENTS: P&W (Editor-in- 
ChieO, Singers, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Delta 
Phi (co-President) 



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MAJOR: Elementary Education 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega Fraternity 
(T-shirt chair). National Panhellenic Council 
(Secretary & Recruitment Counselor 
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Elizabeth Sooby 

MAJOR: Physics 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Women's soccer, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Pi Sigma 
(Pres.), Sigma Lambda, Chi Omega, NASA 
Student Ambassador 




Mary Rogers Sorey 

MAJOR: Biology 

MINORS: Faith and "Work, Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega (Social 
Chair, Make-A-Wish Co-Chair), SBA 
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MAJOR: Sociology-Religion 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Mu (Pres.), 
Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Order of Omega (Treasurer), Presidential 
Ambassador, Honors Program 




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Dominique Powell, a psychology and history 

major, received the Frank and Rachel Anne Laney 

Award for her essay on the value of a Millsaps 

liberal arts education. 




Kayla Richard 

The Founders Medal, awarded to the graduating 
senior with the highest grade point average for 

the entire college course of study and a grade of 

excellent on the comprehensive examinations, 

went to Kayla Richard, a Spanish major. 




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 Alex 
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5090 MCRAVE 
JACKSON, r 






mw\)m m )imm. inc 



'Wholesale Grower" 

(601)878-5933 

4450 P^irsoiib Road 
Raymond, MS 39154 



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DAY (601) 948-1310 
NIGHT (601) 856-4866 



[TEXACO 



MEDICAL CENTER TEXACO 

24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 
TOUCH FREE CAR WASH 



ROBERT R WARD JR. 
Owner 



2395 NORTH STATE STREET 
JACKSON, MS 39202 




Abel, Mary Helen 49 
Absher, Richard 82 
Achane, Hestenne 82 
Ackley, Elise 6, 7, 25, 26, 

82, 116 
Adams, Lareina 9, 32, 33, 

71, 115, 117 
Adams, Sarah Jo 82 
Agho, Gwen 47, 82 
Agrawal, Luv 82 
Aguilar, Gabe 35, 37, 82 
Ahuja, Akshay 82 
Alexander, Rachel 82, 85, 

113, 118 
All, Zohda 111 
Aliff, Jeremy 77 
Allain, Alex 15,19,43,45, 

81, 117, 119, 122, 127 
Allen. Baird 53 
Allen, Darrius 82 
Allen, Taylor 35, 82 
Allmon, Anastasia 39, 40, 

90 
Allred, Anna 17, 25, 26, 

64, 117 
Allred, Sarah Lloyd 24, 25 
Amaya, Anthony 17,68, 

69, 108 
Ameen, James 52, 53 
Ammon, Ted 102 
Amore, Amber 1, 82, 117 
Anderson. Alicia 12,13, 

21, 39,40,82. 86, 118 
Anderson, Anna 82 
Anderson, Denaroid 60, 

61 
Anderson. Erin 25, 26, 

119 
Anderson, Jordan 47 
Anderson, Katie 39. 41 
Anderson. Russell 53. 78. 

82 
Andress, Elizabeth 25, 27 
Andrus. Amanda 39.41. 

62,88 



Andrus, Kristen 62, 63, 

82, 117 
Antone, Carissa 82. 118. 

122 
Arceo, Mikey 53. 54. 82 
Arthur, Heather 82 
Aubert. Andre 35, 82 
Aucoin, Brittany 12, 82 
Awwad. Chris 43,45, 11f 

122 



Baber. Sam 53 
Bailey. Summer 82. 116 
Baird, Allen 82 
Baker Austin 83 
Baker, Jacob 17 18.53, 

83, 110 
Ball, Carrietha 83 
Ballard. Gwendolyn 32. 

33 
Banta. Travis 83 
Barber, Hayley 25, 26, 27 

67,83, 115. 116, 119 
Bares, William 102 
Barnthouse, Todd 77,83 
Barrosse, Garic 83,116 
Bastian, David 53, 54, 78, 

79,83 
Bauer. Evan 50,51,83 
Bauerle, Megan 39,110 
Beard, Krystal 83 
Beasley, Jonathan 83 
Beaumont, Corey 68. 69 
Beck. Sarah 83 
Beeler, Jesse 102 
Behan, Casey 51.83 
Behrends. Rebecca 47. 49, 

83, 115, 117 
Bellan, Tony 101 
Benic, Sandra 83 
Bennett, Mary 83 
Berch, Hunter 18, 19, 50, 

51, 108 
Berch. Marlaina 30, 31, 

83,94 



Berry. Amanda 29. 74. 

83 
Berry Max 77 
Berry Tyler 77, 108 
Besinger, Lindsay 107 
Bethany Jaclyn 29, 113, 

116, 118 
Bhatnagar, Neha 12, 18, 

83, 116. 117, 118 
Binion, Matt 18 
Bintz, Amanda 74, 75 
Biswas, Mou 21,29, 112 
Bizzell, Garrett 35 
Black, Matt 14,43,44,45, 

83, 116, 118 
Blakeney-Glazer, Annie 

102 
Bland, David 35 
Blessey Mary 40. 41 
Blumer, Ann 67. 83. 115, 

122 
Bohike, Molly 83, 119 
Boland. Derrik 77 
Bolton, Gloria 108 
Booth. Russell 72, 73 
Bordelon. Ashley 39 
Boteler. Elizabeth 112.115. 

116 
Boudreaux. Michael 83 
Boudreaux. Natalie 21, 38, 

39.41 
Bouffanie. Elizabeth 5, 29. 

62. 63,83 
Bourgeois, Kieran 84 
Bourne. Lloyd 13.81,84 
Bowen, Chad 18, 119, 

122 
Bower, Beverly 64 
Bower, Stephen 51 
Bowie, Jessica 71 
Bowser, Shane 60, 61, 

84 
Boyce, Stephen 111 
Boyd, Russell 76, 77, 84 
Boyett, Phillip 53, 54, 84 
Brackin, Mire! 8, 14, 25, 

26,84 
Brandon. Emily 18, 25, 84, 

116 



Brani, Erin 84 
Brantmeyer, Louis 84 
Braun, James 122 
Brechtel, Teal 13,84.111. 

117 
Brewer. Averill 14, 27, 84 
Brewer, Celeste 84 
Brian, Hayes 77 
Brignac, Kelly 2,84, 117 
Brister, Bill 102 
Brooks, Jonathan 60, 84 
Brooks. Rachel 17. 47, 48, 

49, 84, 87. 117. 119, 122 
Broussard. Dylan 68, 90 
Broussard, Joel 51,84 
Brown, Danielle 24, 25, 

112 
Brown, Jeff 53.84 
Brown. Kristen 102 
Brown. Lindsey Claire 25, 

81 
Brumfield, Christina 25, 

26,78 
Buchan, Kathryn 84, 117, 

119 
Buck, Alex 51,84 
Buckler, Brandi 19. 107 
Buckner, Kan 18, 28, 29, 

30 
Buckner, Nick 108 
Buffa. Brent 77 
Burke. Ellen 47, 84, 107 
Burke, Kimberly 107 
Burns, Jaime 58 
Burns, Justin 35.68 
Burrell, Mason 61 
Burris, Anna 39 
Burt, Logan 84 
Butcher, William 6, 53, 

54,84 
Butler, Alli 18,25,84.106 
Butler, David 18,53,65, 

84, 117, 119, 122 
Butler, Stephen 53 



Caballero, Judith 102 
Cahn, Morgan 47, 48. 49, 

82,85 
Cain, Amanda 1, 10. 11. 

19. 36,58,83,85, 117 
Cain, Ben 43, 44, 45, 85, 

117 122 
Calhoun, Lia 85, 137 
Campbell, Luke 68 
Cannon. Timothy 35 
Cantrell, Cree 85, 117 
Caps, Abigail 39 
Carlock, Mandy 85, 113, 

116 



Carlson, Andy 113,117 
Carrington, Mitch 53 
Carter, Anthony 85 
Cashman, Alex 85 
Caskey, Mary 25 
Castille, Daniel 51,85 
Catalanotto, Aimee 17, 

85 
Chadwick. Brian 119 
Chandler, Will 51, 107 
Chaplain, Andrew 116 
Chapman, Amanda 14, 

85 
Chapman, Heather 116 
Chappelle, Hannah 28, 29 

31,85,94 
Chest, Gene 85 
Chouest, Matthew 19,85 
Clark, Andrew 35 
Clark, Krista 11,85 
Clark. Mallory 58, 59 
Click, Sloan 85 
Cloyd. Amanda 18. 46, 47 

85,97 
Cocke, Alexander 51,85 

95 
Coile, Clifford 84, 85, 113 

116, 119 
Coker, Cheryl 102,111,1 
CokenWard 16 
Coleman, Dianne 119 
13 Collins, Katie 18,19,29, 

44.85, 117, 120, 122 
Collums, Griffin 50, 51 
Colocho, Andres 34, 35 

36,68 
Comeaux, Steven 51,77, 

85 
Cone, Chase 53, 85 
Conlee,Josh 35.36.77. 

85 
Cook. Erica 58. 59 
Cook, Patrick 53.86. 117| 
Cooper. Ben 72. 86 
Cooper. Patrick 18, 19 

50,51 
Corbello, Brynn 11,47 8 

116, 117 
Cork, Cade 37,92 
Cortese, Philip 14, 18, 19 

53.86, 117 119, 121, 
123, 126 

Cosme,Josh 18,43,44 

86 
Cospelich, Lauren 86, ^^( 
Cosse. Lizzie 18.28.29 

30 
Cost, Laura 28, 29, 30, 

44.86 
Cousin. Christopher 51 
Cowan. Hunter 86 
Cowan, Katelynn 29, 86 
Grose, Kenny 43, 82 



rousillac. Anna 39, 40, 

86 
row, Jesse 18.19,29,30, 

31,86, 119 
!rowell, Quincy 86 
ulp, Richmond 1,86,96, 

113 
ummings, Alex 52, 53, 

78,79 
urrie. Bishop 86 



)ale, David 86, 116 
)ance, Gayla 102, 117 
)arby, Luke 43, 44, 45, 

86, 115, 117 118, 119, 

123 
)avies, Ellen 18, 38, 39 
)avis, Chris 9, 53, 54 
)avis, David 102,108 
)avis, Gary 86 
)avis, Nate 86 
)avis, Zach 53, 54, 86, 

118 
e Kozan, Philip 77 
)enman, Larry 86, 116, 

117 118, 119 
lennis, Katie 28, 29, 31 
)eRouen, Anita 102 
)ernck, William 86 
)eRussy Bernadette 18 
leweese, Matthew 18, 53, 

54,86, 119 
leweese, Thomas 18, 54, 

86 
lews. Drew 53, 54, 68, 

69,87 
lickerson. Crystal 9, 18, 

32,71,87 123 
iinh, Tina 87 
liPaolo, Domenick 68, 

69 

lipascal, Alexander 87 
lixit, Cheshil 12, 87 
lixon, Ellen 12, 47 48, 49, 

81,87 

lixon, Thea 87 
lobard, Kristian 87 
)odson, Elizabeth 47 87 

96 
tomingue, Laura 39, 40, 

87 
touglas. Erica 74, 117 
)oussan, Susan 29, 30, 

87 
)owdy, Kristy 9 
)rane, Lindsay 74 
)rummond. Sue Carrie 6, 

12, 18, 19.29, 30, 31, 

87 118 



Duarte, Juan 87 
Dubose, Mike 60 
Dubuisson, Nick 91 
Duffy. Donovan 6 
Dugas. Courtney 47 48, 

49,87 
Dunham, Holland 58, 87 
Dupree, Bryan 19, 87 112, 

116 
Durham, Kaylon 87 
Dyess, Matthew 35, 87 



Eastin. Jessica 28.29.87 
Eastlack. Steven 13.21. 

43,81 
EbaadySabira 18,87 
Ector, Brittany 19, 82, 

87 
Eden, Chris 14. 42. 43 
El-Sadek. Lamees 18,28, 

29, 31,87 
Elahghe. Ahmed 19,50,51. 

114, 123 
Eldridge-Ritter, Rachel 29. 

117 
Emmons. Austin 115 
Esters. Joyee 12. 116 
Evans. Andrew 77 
Evans. Lacey 119 
Everett. Will 43. 44, 87 

117 118 
Ewbank, Philip 43. 44. 45, 

87 
Exiey Sarah 58 
Ezelle, Frank 137 



Fang, Yuan 113 
Faragasso. Judy 47, 88 
Feindel, Jenna 84 
Felgar, Francesca 29, 107 
Fenstermaker, Kathryn 17 
Fermon. Priscilla 102 
Fertitta. Amanda 39. 88 
Field. Madison 34. 35, 36, 

116 
Fisher, Candice 29, 99. 

115, 116, 118, 119, 123 
Fisher, Sarah 18, 39, 41 
Fleming, Andrew 77, 109, 

119 
Fleming, Erin 88 
Fletcher, Jaclyn 88. 117 
Floyd, Maggie 6, 18, 25, 

27 88 
Fontaine, Will 35, 117 119 



Fontenot, Ehse 11,47 88, 

117 
Forbes, Amy 102 
Forch, Roscoe 12, 87 
Ford, Erin 118 
Forester, Karen 47 88, 

118, 137 
Fortenberry Doug 77 
Foss, Kristin 14, 24, 25, 26, 

27 81, 88, 116 
Fossen, Beth 19,78.79, 

118, 119 
Fountain, Lee 117 119 
Foust, Ashton 47 48, 88 
Fox, Jennifer 74 
Francis, Mary Paige 9, 38, 

39,40,41, 90. Ill 
Franey, Laura 102 
Eraser, Duncan 88, 116 
Eraser. Phoebe 6. 47 48, 

49,83, 88 
Frazier, Krystal 137 
Fredericks, Andrew 50. 

51 
Fromkin, Molly 29 
Fuller, Hudson 88 
Fuller, Jane 116 
Furrh, Brooke 50, 51 



Gabreski, Lauren 21, 28, 

29, 31 
Galatas, Michael 60 
Galicki, Stan 102 
Gamble, Jonathan 53 
Candy, Jennifer 88 
Garand, Kate 18.28,29. 

64,88 
Garth, Cloyd 33 
Giang, Anh 116 
Gibson, Jacob 87 88, 112, 

113 
Gikas. Lydia 18.24.25,88 
Gilbert, Emily 47 117 119 
Gilchrist, Whitney 25, 88 
Giurintano, Meghan 25, 

26,27 88,92, 105, 117 
Gladney, Lauren 12, 39, 88 
Glatzer, Lura 88 
Gleason, Michael 102 
Goddard, Irene 47 49. 88, 

115 
Goel, Sameer 88 
Golden, Leia 6, 47 48, 88 
Golsby Adam 43, 88 
Gonzales, Devin 89 
Goodwin. Brad 53. 54 
Gorham. Victoria 11.25. 

27 89 
Gorham. Will 53. 54 



Cramer, Alex 77 89, 117 
Gray, Laura 67, 89 
Gray Lloyd 5, 64, 89, 93 
Gray Miriam 33, 123 
Gray Sarah 48, 89, 92 
Greber, Jessica 9,38,39, 

41,90. 95 
Green. Melanie 89 
Green. Taryn 6, 25, 26 
Greene, Maria 25. 26, 64, 

65,89, 109 
Creenleaf Samantha 28, 

29, 30,89 
Griener, Kate 18,117 
Griffin, Eric 102 
Grove, Philip 89 
Grubbs, Ray 108 
Guichard, Lauren 18, 89, 

119 
Guiibeau, Alexis 47 48, 85 
Guillory Dakota 43, 89 
Guillory, Lauren 18, 39, 

40,41,89 
Guillot, Laura 39, 89 
Guillot, Phil 35, 36, 37 

68,69 
Gunderson, Kathryn 39, 

40,89 
Gutherz, Elizabeth 6, 29, 

116 
Guyott, David 89. 113. IIS 
Gwin. Cartier 19 



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Haaga. Martin 53, 54. 89 
Haddad. Bryce 35, 36 
Hajj, Mohamed 53. 54 
Halkias, Sophia 89, 107 
Hall. Brian 89 
Hall. Kate 25. 27 58, 59 
Hallmark, Taylor 1,53,89 
Hamerjosh 110 
Hamill. Kelly 39 
Hamm. Katie 25, 26, 27 

107 117 119, 123 
Hammac, Brett 111 
Hanberry. Jacob 60 
Handelman. Nicholas 51 
Hargis, Billy 44 
Harlan, Holly 31, 89 
Harrell, Nathan 53, 89 
Harris, Jamie 102,109 
Harris, Jessica 66,67 89, 

117 
Harris, Marcus 60 
Harris, Meredith 39, 66, 

67 116 
Harris, Tabatha 47 
Harris, Trevor 78 
Harrison, Chelsea 25, 26, 58 



Harrison, Eric 90 
Hartzog, Hugh 17 18, 19, 

90, 119 
Hartzog, Sarah 62, 63, 

90, 119 
Hatten, Andrew 34, 35, 

36.90 
Havenar, Lauren 39, 40, 

115 
Hawkins, Will 76, 77 
Hayes, Brad 90 
Haywood, Adam 9, 34, 35 
Heard, Rachel 105 
Hebert, Dena^ 12,90,117 
Hebert, Megan 47 82, 90 
Helfrich. Courtney 39. 

40,90 
Hendricks, April 47 117 
Hendricks. Brandon 90 
Hendrix. Michael 119 
Hendrix, Tait 76, 77 90 
Hendrixson, Brent 102 
Herm, Erin 39 
Herman, Sam 90, 119 
Hesterly Miles 68 
Holly Harlan 29 
Hewitt, Jade 29,31,74,90 
Hickman, Brittany 8, 39, 

40, 117 119, 123 
Higginbotham. Greg 53 
Hill. James 35,36.92 
Hill, Sam 18 
Hinson. Hannah 21.47 48, 

49,90 
Hinton, Beau 6, 53, 78, 90 
Hittel, Brett 35 
Hoak, Amanda 29,30,31, 

90, 118 
Hoerauf, Susan 28. 29 
Holloway. Casey 12.81. 

90. 113 
Holmes. George 19. 50. 51 
Holop, Taylor 52. 53. 54 
Honeycutt, Daniel 34. 35, 

36,90 
Hopkins, Patrick 17 102 
Howe, Laura Grayson 18, 

25,90 
Huckaby, Justin 7 90,91, 

112. 113. 116. 118, 123 
Hudson, Amanda 11,19, 

21,46,47 48,90, 137 
Hudson, Boomer 35, 36, 

76,77 
Hudson, Tern 102 
Huff, Schuyler 90, 111 
Hughes, Campbell 53, 78, 

79 
Hulsey Betty 137 
Hunter, Joseph 90,94 
Hutchins, Stirling 7. 29, 

31,90 
Hutchinson, Eric 11 



Hyatt, Aaron 35,36,68,69 



Ingle, Chris 73 
Irwin. Holly 28,29, 30, 
31,91 



Jackson, Laura 18, 39, 91 
Jackson, Roxann 46, 47, 

49, 112 
Jaggers, Robert 19, 117 
Jefcoat, Ashley 18,117 

119, 123 
Jenkins, Lauren 39 
Jerrell, Brent 51, 91 
Jesuit, Julia 39. 116 
Jiang, Yue 91 
Jimenez, Jorge 14,42,43, 

91 
Johnson, Anna 25,64,65,86 
Johnson, Brittani 18,91, 

96, 107 
Johnson, David 43, 91 
Johnson, Dwight 91, 119 
Johnson, Jessica 39, 41 
Johnson, Lainey 91 
Johnson, Vanessa 18, 32, 

33, 123 
Johnson, Will 116 
Johnston, Jerry 35 
Johnston, Martha 137 
Jones, Andrew 53,77 91 
Jones, Ashley 47 91 
Jones, Bobbi 39, 66, 67 

119, 123 
Jones, Erin 46,47 48,91, 

108 
Jones, Fowler 93 
Jones, Morgan 119 
Jones, Thomas 91 
Jordan, Erin 119 
Joseph, Geoffrey 51, 78, 

79, 91 
Joseph, Juan 60, 61, 124 
Jourdan, Molly Beth 47 

67 91 
Jumago, Megan 39, 40, 91, 

116, 124 



GC 



Kahn, Robert 118 
Kaple, Cassie 39,41.62. 
Katz, Brit 18, 96, 137 



Kean, Chauvin 5, 53, 54 
Kean. Richard 91 
Keating, Lisa 33. 91, 116, 

117 118 
Keen, Hyland 9, 34, 35, 

118 
Keen, Suzanna 8,21,39, 

40,41,91, 108 
Keenan, Heather 11,47 

48, 58, 91 
Kelley, Chris 18,78,91 
Kelly, Brennon 91 
Kelly, Melissa 102 
Kemp, Richard 118 
Keng, Rachel 39,40,91, 

109. 119 
Kennedy. Andy 91 
Kerr, Alexander 35, 36 
Kessler, Lauren 39, 40. 92 
Khandker, Asif 108 
Khanna. Rocky 12 
Kilgore. Tiara 33 
Kimmel. Leslie 98 
Kineses. Emily 47 96 
King, Amber 9, 18, 119, 

124 
Kinman, Brittany 6, 39, 92 
Kirchner, Bolton 14, 53, 

54, 92, 107 
Kirk, Oria 18,38,39 
Kittrell, Lauren 17 92 
Klein, Lee 60,61, 116 
Knox, Nell 25 
Kocher, Sarah 92, 116 
Kokel, Christie 29, 62, 63, 

92, 114, 116, 117 124 
Kotcherguina. Katia 92, 

113, 118 
Kramer, Wolfgang 102 
Krauss, Dixie 58, 59 
Kremers, Karoline 9, 74, 

75 
Kutcher, Andy 29, 92, 

108 



Laborde, Garrison 53, 54, 

92 
Ladner, Morgan 29, 74, 92 
Ladnier, Eli 35, 77 
Ladnier, Tiffany 17 74, 75, 

117 
Laird, Jenny 74,92 
Lammons, William 92 
Lancaster, Darrington 8, 

19,25,26, 119, 124 
Lancaster, Liz 18,24,25, 

26 
Landrum, Alan 35, 119 
Langlinais, Tiffany 29,31,92 



Langston, Andrew 34, 35, 

37 
Langston, Colby 35 
Lassiter, Brooke 29, 30, 

92 
Latady, Mary 5,21,39 
Laughlin, Sarah 92 
Lawrence, Katherine 29, 

31,92, 116 
Lawrimore, William 60, 

117 
Lea, Melissa 117 118 
Ledbettier, Samantha 92 
Lehmuller, Molly 15,29, 

92 
Levey, Madei 29. 67 
Lewallen, Katie 25, 26, 92, 

94, 117 124 
Lind, David 92, 116, 118, 

124 
Lindsay, Dylan 18,92,99, 

116, 118 
Lindsey, Mary 98 
Litton, Laura 74, 75, 92, 

116 
Love, John 73 
Loveland, Erin 18,29,30, 

31,92 
Loveless, Grant 50, 51 
Lowe, Jason 107 
Lucas, Frances 117 
Lyie, Allen 53 



Mack. Britney 92 
MacMaster. Anne 103 
MacMillan. Katie 12. 38. 

39,40,81,92,93 
Maddox, Drew 77 
Magee. Stan 137 
Maher, Chris 92, 93 
Maher, Megan 8, 19, 25, 

26, 92, 93, 117 124 
Maher, Sarah 47, 48, 92, 

93 
Malaschak, Tony 9, 77 
Malone, Meagan 29, 83, 

92,93, 105, 117 118, 

119, 120, 124 
Maloney, Kevin 137 
Manley, Tom 59,92,93, 

115, 119 
Mann, Nathan 92. 93, 97 
Manning, Riley 54, 68. 92, 

93 
Markowitz. Molly 14. 93. 

109 
Marley, Margaret 39. 40, 

93 
Marrs, Suzanne 107 



Martin, Amy 22, 93, 115 
Martin, Ashley 106, 118, 

119 
Martin, Holden 53, 93 
Martin, Mary Rebecca 39, 

93 
Martinez, Blake 72. 73 
Massey. Caroline 18,47 

49,93 
Massey, Kristen 66, 67 93, 

116, 117 
Matheny, Sarah 29,31,93, 

119 
Mathias, Rachel 18,4793 
Matroni, Carl 51,93 
Maxson, Courtney 93, 94, 

105. 107 117 
Maxwell, Stephanie 8, 18, 

25.26,27 93, 117 
May, April 22 
McAllister, Brittney 25, 26, 

74,75, 116 
McCain, Cody 77 
McCarthy. Joe 51 
McCarty, Eric 60 
McDonald, Cole 93 
McDonald, Kathryn 19, 44, 

93, 117 
McDougall, Ian 68 
McElroy, Briana 23 
McElvaine, Robert 103 
McGinnis, Menton 18, 25, 

26.27 93, 117 118, 124 
McGuire, Sara 103 
McKellar, Garrett 119 
McKeown, James 103 
McKinley, Jennifer 47 74, 

89, 137 
McLaughlin, Matt 19 
McManus, Lissa 67 93 
McManus, Martin 68 
McNair, Ben 18,42,43, 

64. 94, 118 
McNair, Jonathan 81 
McPherson, Andy 94, 107 

119 
McRae,John 35,94 
Means, Blake 25,94, 116 
Medlin, Rachel 94 
Menist, Tye 35, 94 
Merkel, Brian 94 
Metzger, Kenny 116 
Meyer, Edgar 42, 43, 45, 

94, 116, 117 118 

Meyer, Elizabeth 25, 27 94 
Meyers. Brian 68 
Miguel-Qin, Elisa 111. 116 
Mikell. Brian 53, 94 
Miller, Ashley 24, 25, 94 
Miller, Greg 103 
Miller, Khylee 94 
Miller, Paul 89 
Millington, Sara 39, 67 94, 



137 
Miranda, Hailey 10, 11, 19 

58,59,99, 117 
Mitchell, Brian 8, 43, 45 
Mitchell, Marjie 94 
Mohr. Michael 8. 42, 43, 

45, 90,94, 117 
Monarch. Jared 11,53 
Mong, Brandon 53, 54, 68 

69, 117 
Montgomery, Alison 94 
Moody, Shaka 94 
Moore, Annelise 39, 94, 

107 117 
Moore, Michael 51 
Moore, Zach 18,125 
Moroux, Drew 68 
Morrison, Andy 18,94 
Morrison, Kathleen 17, 18, 

39, 94 
Morrison, Lee 53, 94 
Moses, Stephanie 94 
Mosow, Emily 46, 47 ■ 

49,94 

Mozingo, Matt 35, 77, 94 
Mueschke, Anne-Marie 19 

94, 95, 116 
Mullenjoe 12,94,95,115 
Munro, Chase 53, 94, 95 
Murchison, Sandra 103 
Murphy, Billy 76, 77 
Murphy, Caroline 25, 94, 

95 
Murphy, Timothy 94, 95 
Musice, Austin 42, 43, 44, 

94,95 

Musick, Whitaker 51.94,9 
Musselman, Zachary 117 
Mutchler, Matt 52, 53, 94j 

95 



Naccari, Paz 29, 31, 94, 9 
Napier, Collin 97 
Navin, Genevieve 21, 29, 

94,95, 113 
Neely Walter 103,116, 

118 
Negrotto, Katherine 18, 

29, 118 
Nelin, Sarah 39, 67 101 
Nemeth, Hayley 67 
Nessel, Alexander 50, 51 
Nessel, Spencer 51,94,91 
Nevins, Bob 103 
Newell, Ryan 10 
Nguyen, Mimi 29, 78, 79, 

94,95 
Nicholas, Katherine 25, 

51,74 



lippes, Marsh 43 
lolan, Jordan 95 
lorton, Winfrey 11? 



)'Leary, Mary Elizabeth 

29,31,78.95 
)'Rear, Jason 73 
)ates, Chantae 62, 63 
)cmond, Elicia 9,71,95 
)ertel, Kristen 103 
)glesbee, Matthew 51, 95, 

111, 117 

)keke, Janice 6,9,70,95 
)linger, Alex 42, 43, 108, 

117 
)linger, Andrew 43, 45, 

117 
)liver, Caroline 39, 40 
)livier, Hanna 47, 95, 99, 

117 
)mo-Bare, Iren 103 
)rdeneaux,Josh 9,77,95 
)rr, Gwen 39,40,95, 115 
)rtega, Maddie 67, 95 
)rth, Billy 53, 77 
)soinach,John 108,117 
)wen. Hunter 76, 77, 118 



age, Caitlyn 27, 67, 95 
age, Jim 77 
almerton, Bryant 77 
apale, Lisa 28,29, 95, 118 
arker, Evan 42, 43, 44, 

45,81,95 

arker, Robert 35, 37, 119 
arlato, Matthew 96 
arsons, Keith 50,51,96, 

119 
aschall, Amanda 67 
assman, Stephen 18, 51, 

96, 111 

atel, Anisha 96, 116 
atel, Khushi 96 
atel, Nikhil 96 
atterson. Amy 25, 26, 27, 

96, 117 

atterson, Nile 96 
atton, Catherine 23, 62, 

96 
earce, Andrew 35 
earce, Nathan 6, 35 
emberton, John 53,77, 

96, 108 
enuel, Hollie 67, 109 
ereira, Burt 60 



Pesnell, Angela 96, 116 
Peyton, Christopher 68 
Phillips, Casey 116,118, 

119 
Philyaw, Lance 96 
Pickette, Bennon 88, 95, 

118 
Pickren, Jennifer 15,47, 

96, 117 
Pieschel, Alex 2, 18,42, 

43, 44,45 
Pinkston, Travis 96 
Pittman.Jami 10, 11, 86, 

96 
Plaisance, Audrey 25,116 
Pohakoff, David 96 
Pomerenke, Conley 68, 69 
Pond, Dixie 21,47 48,49, 

96, 137 
Porter, Lauren 14, 46, 47, 

48, 49, 96 
Porter, Madeleine 11, 14, 

18,27,96 
Powell, Christopher 18 
Powell, Dominique 33, 117, 

118, 127 
Powell, Lauren 62,63, 119 
Powers, Ashleigh 103 
Prejean, Charlotte 39, 40, 

96 
Presti, Nicolas 96 
Price, Caitlin 96 
Price, Michael 96 
Prince, Ashley 2, 47 96, 

98, 113 
Proctor, Theorsio 96, 97 
Purser, Jimmie 103 
Purves, Allison 29, 30, 

96, 97 
Purvis, Victoria 39, 40 



Quillin.Joey 19,53,96,97 

115, 117, 118 
Quinn, Jessica 117 
Quinn, Paul 59 
Quinn, Robert 53 



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Raderjack 51,108 
Rafferty, Peter 35, 77, 96, 

97 
Raley, Lynn 103 
Rana, Shivalika 96, 97 
Randle, Roxie 19,21,47,48 

49,96,97, 116, 117, 125 



Rardin, Mary Clark 18, 

19, 39 
Ray, Darby 18, 103, 127 
Rebentisch, Natalie 25, 26, 

64,65,96,97, 117 
Redhead, Megan 5, 96, 

97 117 
Redman, Erin 28,29, 108, 

117 
Rees, Mary Kate 25, 26, 

27,97 
Reeves, Kenny 97 
Reigeluth, Katie 18, 19 
Reinhard, Michael 103 
Respess, Drew 52, 53, 77 
Rice, James 2, 19,43,44, 

45, 97, 117 118 
Richard, Alex 14, 53, 54, 

97 117 
Richard, Kayla 17, 18, 19, 

25, 91, 97, 117 119, 121, 

125, 126, 127 
Richard, Mary 67, 97 
Richards, Joe 84,88,97 
Rick, Chelsea 25, 97 
Rider, Jennifer 19 
Riggins, Jason 77 
Riiko, Tamara 97 
Rivera, Ashley 25, 27, 78, 

97 117 
Roach, Andrew 6, 97 
Robertson, Shelby 77 
Robichaux, Leslie 5, 67 
Robinson, Craig 10 
Robinson, KeNosha 18, 19, 

111, 125 
Robinson, Shadow 103, 

117 
Rocker, Kailey 93,97, 137 
Rodriguez, Laura 97 
Rodriguez, Roland 74 
Rolen, Christopher 78, 97 
Romano, Victoria 25, 58, 

59,97 
Romero, Kylie 98 
Roth, Callie 67 
Roussel, Jules 77 
Roy, Wrijoya 13,21,29, 

30, 31,86,98 
Royals, Kate 8, 18, 19, 38, 

39,40, 117 119 
Russolino, Taylor 60 
Ryon, Brandon 109 



Sabharwal, Adi 44,98, 116 
Sagar, Miles 35 
Sager, Miles 34, 36, 116 
Salathe, Elizabeth 47, 49, 
118 



Sanders, Chris 72, 73 
Sandiin, David 43, 44, 45, 

98, 108 
Sanford, Erin 25, 26, 66, 

67 
Sanford, Phillips 53, 98 
Sanjanwala, Sital 9, 39, 98 
Santos, Andrew 98 
Sargent, Katie Lee 39, 40, 

117 
Sarpy, Steven 43, 45, 98, 

105 
Satcher, Mallory 98, 117 
Savage, Raymece 60, 61, 

98 
Savelyeva, Kseniya 96, 98 
Scales, Ashley 98 
Scaizo, Jenny 29,31,98 
Scheibel, Sam 77 98, 119 
Schmidt, Catherine 18, 19, 

98, 125 
Schmidt, Sarah 9, 39, 40, 

41,62,63, 98, 117 
Schneck, Todd 35,68, 118 
Schreiber, Virginia 25, 27, 

98 
Schumacher, Sara 98 
Schwartz, Donald 103 
Schwarz, Philip 106 
Schwarzauer, Timothy 50, 

51 
Scipper, Cameron 25, 125 
Sclazo, Jenny 31 
Scott, Catherine 46, 47 

85,96 
Serwan, Jennifer 98, 117, 

119 
Sethi, Rubina 39, 41 
Sharpe, Mary Catherine 98 
Shear, Micah 98 
Shell, Morgan 9, 70, 98 
Shirey, Megan 98, 117 
Shive, Robert 103 
Shivers, John 60, 61 
Shoptaugh, Tim 18,52, 

53,78 
Short, Kaitlin 7 29,31,98 
Shows, Alex 18 
Shows, Amy 25, 27, 98, 

117 
Shows, Rachel 8, 25, 26, 

125 
Sicard, Gabby 11,47,48 
Sicard, Mignon 11,46,47 

48 
Simmons, Ginsie 18, 25, 

26, 109 
Simpkins, Mary Lindsey 12, 

25,99 
Sims, Michael 60, 61 
Singletary, Mitchell 99 
Skinner, Chris 60 
Skyes, Courtney 39 



Slater, Kevin 17 
Sloan, Emma 18, 99 
Smith, Amanda 19, 25, 99 
Smith, Catherine 29, 99, 

116, 118 
Smith, Elizabeth 15,47,99 
Smith, Josh 18 
Smith, Liz 29, 99 
Smith, Marianne 39 
Smith, Melanie 119 
Smith, Steve 103,114 
Smithers, Amanda 6, 19, 

47 48,99, 106, 137 
Smithson, Anna 99 
Smyser, Will 43, 99 
Songy, Chad 18,19,72, 

73, 119, 125 
Soniat, Emily 29, 116 
Sooby, Elizabeth 25, 26, 

66, 67, 94, 125 
Sorey, Katie 14,18,24,25, 

26, 99, 117 
Sorey, Laura 25, 27 99 
Sorey, Mary Rogers 18, 25, 

26, 99, 125 
Sparger, Derek 99 
Spell, Gary 53, 54 
St. Clair, Aubin 5,99, 137 
Stamm, Claire 25, 27 99 
Stark, Erik 6, 35, 36 
Starrett, Gallaghan 67 
Starrett, Elizabeth 119 
Steadman, Joseph 51 
Stensaas, Kristina 103, 111 
Stephens, Rob 107 
Stevens, Brock 43, 44, 99 
Stewart, Emily 29, 99, 114, 

117 119 
Stewart, Matthew 99, 117 
Stokes, Marcus 60, 99 
Storey, William 103 
Strickland, Mandi 25, 99 
Stroud, Caroline 9, 18,29 
Sudduth, Karma 119 
Sullivan, Megan 67 
Sullivan, Tracy 117 
Sundell, Kate 88, 99 
Sweat, Anna 119 
Swords, Collins 53, 99 
Sykes, Courtney 67, 99, 

101 
Sypniewski, Holly 103 



Tabor, Eric 100 
Tackett, Daniel 35, 100 
Tait, Brittany 17 18,19, 

25,26,89, 100, 117 
Tambe, Jr., George 100 
Tarbox, Allison 74, 88, 100 



Tassin, Lindsey 39, 100 
latum, Justin 100 
Tebo, Katherine 17, 100 
Terry, Walt 116 
Thaw, Kurt 103,117 
Thibodeaux, Kasey 29, 31, 

74, 75, 94 
Thibodeaux, Ryan 77 
Thomas, Marie 46,47 91, 

100, 116, 119 
Thomas, Michael 100 
Thomas, Mike 53 
Thomas, Paige 29, 107 
Thomas, William 100 
Thompson, Bradley 119 
Thompson, Christopher 

100 
Thompson, Colin 53, 54, 

68,86, 100 
Thompson, Jay 111 
Thompson, Mac 77 
Tillay, Rachel 83, 100, 113, 

118 
Tims, Andrew 100 
Titone, Lauren 100, 119 
Toler, Haley 62 
Tourelle, Brittany 39, 40, 

100, 113, 116 
Townsend, Emily 66, 67 
Tryforos, James 51,100 
Tuberville, Emily 28, 29, 

30, 100 
Tucker, Bonnie 7, 38, 39, 

40,41,90, 100 
Tucker, Con 9, 18, 71, 118 
Tucker, Kevan Beth 18,35, 

39,40, 100, 117 
Tullos,Josh 16, 100 
Tumminello, Maggie 25, 

26, 27, 58, 59 
Turkeltaub, Daniel 103 



Ullmer, Katelyn 47, 49, 

100, 115, 117, 125 
Underwood, Maria 16, 19, 

25,26,54 

Ussin, Brittany 71, 100 
Ustinova, Evgenia 100, 118 



Van Hooydonk, Paul 67 
Vanhorn, Clara 39,41,62 
Varnado, Cameron 73 
Veal, Brittany 23, 100 
Vedanarayanan, Vandana 
111, 117, 119 



Ventura, Sophie 100 
Veron, Katharine 29 
Verzwyvelt.JP 100 
Vick, Hannah 17 39, 100, 

106 
Voth, Bryant 100 
Vucovich, Lauren 8, 9, 39, 

40,41 



Wages, Whitney 118 
Wagner, Carol 100 
Walden, Thomas 100, 113 
Waldrop, Anne 39, 67, 95, 

100, 117, 119 
Walker, McCall 14, 35, 36, 

100, 101 
Wallace, Andres 60 
Wallace, Jack 21 
Wang, Yan 103 
Warburton, Caitie 18,25, 

100 
Ward, Cameron 100 
Ward, Mark 100 
Ward, Tim 103 
Warden, Russell 18 
Warren, Holly 66, 67, 

100 
Washington, Marvin 100 
Watson, Sydney 100 
Watts, Rachel 107 
Weaver, Taylor 1 00 
Webb, Chris 100 
Webb, Ronda 9, 70, 71 
Webb, Will 53,101 
Webre, Lindsay 29, 30, 31, 

62, 101 
Weems, Tamanus 17, 42, 

43,44,93, 101 
Weglicki, Taylor 64, 65 
Wells, Ashley 113 
Werness, Maline 103 
Wesleyan, Illinois 76 
Wharton, Megan 119 
Whitam,Josh 42,43,44, 

101 
White, Caitlin 31, 101 
White, Cap 57 60, 116 
White, Pandora 101 
White, Shelby 5,31,78, 

79, 101 
Whitmore, Daniel 6 
Whitmore, Tiffany 11,71 
Widdows, Chris 11,101, 

110, 117 
Wiggins, T J. 37 
Wiley Frederick 77, 101 
Williams, Aaron 76, 77 
Williams, Adam 60 



Williams, Cedric 64, 65, 

101 
Williams, David 43, 44, 

101, 118 
Williams, Florence 2, 46, 

47,48,87, 101, 116 
Williams, Lauren 19,25, 

27, 78, 79, 101 
Williams, Mary Mitchell 24, 

25 
Williams, Sha'quita 101 
Williamson, Diantha 19, 

89, 101, 137 
Williamson, Lola 18, 103 
Wills, Alex 101 
Wilson, Gerri 101,111 
Wilson, James 12, 101 
Wilson, Mary 18, 117, 119 
Wink, Lee 101 
Winton, Brad 107 
Wise, Tim 72 
Woodall, Margie 88, 101, 

137 
Woodrick, Woody 18 
Woodson, Tanner 77,101 
Wool, Harrison 113 
Wooten, Abbott 53 
Wright, Pete 116 
Wyeth, Janet 101 



Yates, Nancy 29, 116 
Yoo, Sharon 12, 94, 101 



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Zakaras, Allison 29, 78, 
101, 116 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: 

Amanda Smithers 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: 

Jen McKinley 
Krystal Frazier 
Diantha Williamson 
Aubin St. Clair 
Margie Woodall 
Kailey Rocker 
Karen Forester 

PEOPLE STAFF: 

Karen Forester 
Kailey Rocker 

STUDENT LIFE STAFF: 

Amanda Hudson 
Dixie Pond 

ACADEMICS STAFF: 

Krystal Frazier 
Diantha Williamson 

SPORTS STAFF: 

Jen McKinley 
Margie Woodall 

GREEK STAFF: 

Amanda Hudson 

PUBLICATIONS 
ASSISTANTS: 

Sara Millington 
Lia Calhoun 

DIRECTOR 

OF STUDENT 

PUBLICATIONS: 

Stan Magee 

MASCOT: 

Bob 




Sara Millington, Margie Woodall, Amanda Hudson, Amanda Smithers, 
Jen McKinley, Aubin St. Clair, Karen Forester, Kailey Rocker (not 
pictured: Krystal Frazier, Diantha Williamson, Dixie Pond, Lia Calhoun, 
Stan Magee) 



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Hello circle, welcome to the page! ... I like shading, shading's good ... 

LADYBUG INVASION! ... I feel benevolent when I use the shadow/ 
highlight tool because I give people a tan ... who drank all the Diet Dr. 

Pepper? ... the yearbook staff should be renamed the Millsaps Stalker 

Committee ... Beekeeping Club? ... I've got my arm ready! ... how do 

you make it so that you right click and it does the funny thing? ... if 

you're late, you get sacrificed, that's the rule ... if this computer was any 

slower it would be Christmas ... I haven't shaved the back of my thighs 

since, like, the eighth grade ... a who? ... mmm... delicious! ... WHY ARE 

YOU SO CREEPY?! ... is that necessary? ... 



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Thanks to: Betty Hulsey, Martha Johnston, Kevin Maloney, Dean Katz, 
the Post Office Staff, and the PubHcations Board for their cooperation and 
support; Frank Ezelle for the generous use of his sports photos; the Business 
Office for handhng yearbook orders and bilhng; students, teachers, and staff 
for donating pictures and purchasing the book. 



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