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'MY FAVORITE part ofWelcome 

Weekend was the Bacot Bash 

because I went around and 

introduced myself to many people. 

That is when I made some of the 

friends that I am still closest to today 

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TIMOTHY WHITE and his little 
sister, Tessa White, say their last good- 
byes in Galloway before the beginning 
of a busy semester 



THE COMEDIAN was the best 
He was hilarious." 
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LAUREN WILLIAMS was a 

Foundations leader for freshman 
students. She volunteered her time 
to help the freshmen move in and get 
adjusted to college life. 



"THE MOVE-IN process was the 

best. I got all of my things in under 

' :utes. Everyone was so 

helpful and encouraging. It made 

me much more c-^.'m yet extremely 

excite:i^' ' ' of Millsaps" 

a Melvini 






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KAILEY ROCKER enjoys the 

relaxing view of the Bowl while 

completing her assignments. 





"THE BOWL is a beautiful part of 
our community. When the weather 
is pretty, you can see all of the stu- 
dents come out and enjoy them- 
selves and get a chance to know 
each other's personalities." 

- Khushi Patel 



SARAH HARTZOG socializes 
the Bowl while journeying to her 
next destination. 




KATE SMITH played flute in • 
Pep Band at the Homecoming 
Pep Rally held in the Bowl.The 
Bowl's stage showcases the many 
talents and accomplishments of 
the campus. 



JONATHAN EBELHAR takes 

a relaxing Bowl nap on a beautiful 
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"DIVERSITY sheds light on wRa! 

impels us to smile regardless of where 

we come from. Appreciating my 

neighbor's background helps me enjoy 

in the time that I have been given!" 

- Lamees El-Sadek 



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"EMBRACING cultural differences 
allows one to understand others as 
well as themselves. Having an open 
mind makes life easier since the U.S. 
is a melting pot." 

-MliJUIIAbramovich 



MADDIE ORTEGA plays the I H . 
washboard with the band Snazz at 
the MCA Diversity Festival. 



JORGE JIMENEZ strikes a disco 
pose in the traditional Indian Kurta 
during the Diwali fashion show. 
He merged Indian and American 
cultures to display unity, the theme 
of Diwali. 



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- Serving food at the MCA 
Ipiversity Festival 



TAO TANG performs a tribute to 

Michael Jackson during the Black 

History Program. 



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"COMMUNITY SERVICE s a 

great way to see postive change 

first hand! Nothing beats the warm 

fuzzy feeling when you l<now you 

are doing something for others." 

- Katie Wilson 




KELSEY WORCH performs 
at the Operation Rehydration 
Benefit. The goal of this 
organization is to stop lethal 
effects of dehydration on children 
in developing nations. 



WILL CHANDLER supports 

the All Greek Relay For Life team. 

The balloon, representing the 

Disney movie UR was the team's 

spirit stick. 




BOLTON KIRCHNER volunteers 

at Brown Elementary with I C I C, 

enthusiastically promoting the 

importance of reading to the 

students. 





CAITIE WARBURTON 

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Omega's Walk for a Wish. 






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JAMI BOLAND plays intramural 
basketball. Intramurals are a fun 
and competitive way to release 
school stress and anxiety. 





JORDAN FLINT and Kirsten 
Clark at the Bacot Bash during 
Welcome Weekend. 





JOSHTULLOS and Dakota 
Guillory ate the majority of their 
meals in the Caf. They eagerly 
created new dishes instead of 
sticking to routine Caf meals. 



"FITNESS is essential for 
preserving not only our physique, 
but also for maintaining a strong 
and sharp mind." 

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STUART MARTIN AND 
DEVON MORRIS rock out 
during the Society for the 
Advancement of the Electronics' 
(SAEC) Guitar Hero Tournament. 





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MAJOe MADNESS IN THE AIR 



"MAJOR MADNESS is a great 
way for the Millsaps community to 
bond with each other enjoy some 
great food and entertainment" 

- Summer Bailey 



MY FAVORITE PART was the 

90's themed Step Show. It really 
brought back memories! Although 
the crawfish boil was really 
yummy, too." 

-Devon Morris 





AMANDA CAIN and Kendall 
Gregory members of SAPS, work 
hard to quickly serve crawfish 
plates to a plaza full of people. 



TONY ZHOU receives his arm 
band signifying he is a Millsaps 
student. This arm band allowed 
him to receive a crav^^sh plate. 




"MAJOR MADNESS is a huge 
event which consumes the lives of 
the SAPS board beginning in Janu- 
ary; it is great to see it all come 
together into awesomeness!" 

-Jam! Pittman 



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"THE WATER CRISIS was 

awesome because I had the 
opportunity to stay in the Cabc 
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FRESHMEN ORIENTATION GROUPS 
STORMING THE BOWL 




Group Ono: ifrontj I-JichoidS Lynch. Daniel Br/de. Sophie DeHaan, Sarah Spann. 
Erin Loveland, (back) Ian McDougall, Lihuang Zhujohn McAfee, Ryan Kirkley. 
Aaron Caldwell. Ashton Fillingame, Aaron Law. Andrew Marion, Christian Broussard. 
Christian Ruiz 




Group TWo: ^iui-l, dch McNair Kaitlyn Cnppin. Rosalie Nolan, Erin Sanders. Katie 
Wilson, Anne Waldrop (back) Zoe Morrison, EllisThompson. Daniel Daugherty. 
Dominic Giampola, Stuart Rucker 




Group Three: (front) Douglas Kennedy KelseyWorch. Kate Kay.TiffanyTownsend, 
jeiiiiiiei uueoel, Bethan Pearson. Elizabeth Land (back) Roxann Jackson. Will Young, 
Dylan Lindsay Jordan Mammons, Angel Sutler MirandaTucker Austin Deskewies, 
Jessica Mullen Justin GudgerAnn Richardson. Ramandeep Kaur 




Group Four: (front) Andrea Partridge, Deshaunda Price, Chris Bell.Tiara Willis, 
Bnttani Johnson, Sha'Quita Williams (back) Blake Sutton. Stevie Cantrell.Tyler 
Caldwell. Kristy Gourley Thomas Tippit, Caleb McCullough, Taylor Pounds, Jack 
Powers, Juan Fernandez, Jorge Jimenez. Dustin Fawcett, Roderick Crockett 




Group FIvo: \,u onlj Breanna David. Carra Cockrell, Kathenne Landry Megan 
Porter Anna Church. Elizabeth Gutherz.Tamarius Weems (back) Hunter Creech, 
James Rolen, Andy Laney Stuart Martin. Andrew Giudice 




Group Seven: I'l r-.n P-\tncA Albert, Matt Larochelle, Lauren Vucovich.Taylor 
Scyster Lauren Ho;h,/\udre, Sheppard, Sarah James (back) Kent Boudreaux, Carson 
Goldsmith, Michael Abramovich,John Newell, Jarrod Howell, Hyland Keen. Marshall 
Burgin. Kate Smith, Grace Williams.Tevin Goggins, Kali Falnes 




Group Sbu (front) Bonnie Tucker Courtney Scotto. Alex Eraser, t-iarqueze 
Sawyers, Kristin Salmon, Erik Stark, (back) Hunter Bondurant. Ben Rimmer Blake 
Crose, Garrett Wilkerson. Dylan Home, William Lewis, James McAuley Taylor 
PerepelukTaylorTidwell. Kirsten Wee 



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Group Eight: (front) Kajia Zhou.Taylor Cook, Evan Parker Victoria Wheeler 
Frances Tubb. Gwen Agho. Nedah Nemati (back) Russell Pellichino, Enn Classen, 
Greg Blasiar Weston Shepherd.Taylor Parks. Ryan Schuitz. Timothy White, Garrett 
Salter 




Group Nine: (front) Treshika Melvin, Lindsey Lacey, Morgan Bares, Margaret Eggers, 
Melinda Boudreaux, Kelsey Smith, (back) Konnor Joplin, Owen Phillips, Scott Crow, 
Jack Lipman, Alice Pieschel, Griffin Collums, Bobby Sterken, Michael Mayo, Oria Kirk 




Group Eleven: (front) Raha Amini, Dora Lambert, Chelsey Overstreet, Meg 
Huntington, Christie Campbell, Hanna Olivier (back) Sean Hayes. Aaron Schwartz, 
Nathan Barclay Chris Derojas, Chris Countiss,Josh Hamlett, Hugo Cordova, Edgar 
Meyer 




Group Thirteen: (front) Christian Chandlen Andrea Williams, Ginny Sanborn, 
Jasmeet Kaur, Sarah Bolt, Maria Undei^ood (back) Cory Young, Dylan Watson. 
Parker Welch, Patrick Neely. Garrett Pinciotti. Randy Thackrey. Jackson Allen, Amanda 
Smithers 




Group Fifteen: (front) Lauren Wilhams, Emma Wann, Jennifer Rogers, Alex 
Toth, Emily Tuberville (middle) Dean Davis, Josh Smith, Gini Carter Ben Cremeans. 
Adam Bice (back) Matt Conn, Cody Warford, Eric Bennett, Jake Sherrington, Blake 
Boleware,Adam Bice,Jermaine Henry Evans Henderson 




Group Seventeen: (front) KathrynWise, Kiara Upshaw, Leann Williams, Nicholas Betts, 
Stephen Gates, Knsten Lucas, Rafael Arceo, Margaret Thomas, David Williams, Elizabeth McDonald 
(back) Suzanne Glemot, Brelynn David, Marleigh McCrimmon, Ganesh Swamy, Matthew Elliott, 
Den-ick O'Neal, Alex Lawhon, Bruce Pears, Florence Williams 




Group Ten: (front) Mikey Arceo, Susan Harmon, Katie Greer, Casey Hunt, Claire 
Aime, Elizabeth Sigafoose. Chelsea Wright, Sarah Laughlm (back) Flora Ziliak Qumn 
Lemieux, Kevin Wall, Adam Tilly Raven Scott, Nathan Quick, Deauntay Payne 




Group 1\welve: (front) Sarah Zito, Daniel Moise. Brittany Eaor. Haley Hesdorffer 
Marvis Osirio (middle) Knsten Harvey Anna Claire Garyjyesha Marshall, Brittany 
Bell. Sandra Lowe, (back) Andrew Shelton, Jason Verellen, Josh Parker Keith 
LeatherA/ood, Jairus Browning, Michael Mann, Jonathan Ebelhar 




Group Fourteen: (front) Chelsea Rick, Courtney Ramsey Bethany Lyons, Megan 
Yglesias,Josh Whitam, Allie Jordan. Jordan Ashcraft (back) Andrew Weber Jessie 
Painter; Stephen Hammer; Alex Lawson, Kyle McDonald, Jake Warren, Victor Leuck 




Group Sixteen: (front) Jonathan WaltherTim Gillis, Meghan Giunntano, Mary 
Elizabeth O'Leary Ethan Westbrook (back) Kenny Artigues. Adam Shepherd. Shane 
Anderson. Vivek Gullapali, Kevin Templeton, Stephen Otey Brandon Center 




Group Eighteen: (front) John Bourgue.Wade Speeg, Laura McCann. Caitlyn 
Dougherty. Allison Purves (back) Tim Frye, Ryan Clark, Taylor Meades,Wes Perkin 
Matthew Betts, Benme Jefferson, Joel Mabry Caroline Kordahl, Anthony Veneklase, 
Austin Demsky, Carlie Thompson, Kendall Gregory 





CantertMiy Club: (front) Laura Sorey, Grace Williams, President Emily Brandon, 
Oria Kirk (backj Ginsie Simmons. Maggie Floyd, Madeleine Porter, Rev. Dr Minka 
Sprague 




Major Melodies: (front) Douglas Kennedy Jennifer GoebeLJoan Quittmeyer 
Hannah Enloe, Elizabeth Land, (back) Sarah Bolt, Kate Kay Susan Harmon. Heather 
Keenan. Kelsey Worch, Emily Mote 




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Quiz Bowl Team: (front) Kailey Rocker. Devon Morris, Ramandeep Kaur (back) 
tiatthew Elliott. Cheshil Dixit. Robert Jaggers, Alex Lawson.Will Everett. Garrett 
Wilkerson 




Muslim Students Association & IRE: (front) Amanda Hoak. Lamees El-Sadek 
(back) Dylan Watson. Laura Cost. Katie Tebo. Dr Lola Williamson. Sabira Ebaady Nick 
Cortese 




Mlllsaps International Buddy System: (front) Bnuany Aucom, Summer 

Bailey, Mrs. Sherryl Wilburn. Denae Hebert (back) Mallory Satchen James Wilson. 
Aubin St. Clair Khushi Patel, Nile Patterson 




Independent Theatre Group: (front) Janet Wyeth, Anne-Mane Mueschke, 
Lindsay Webre, Maddie Menefee (back) Ellen Burke, Jordan Hammons, Richmond 
Gulp, David Guyott.JuliaTrudel 




Society for the Advancement of the Electronic Culture: (front) Kailey 

Kockerjyesha Marshall. Chesnil Dixit. Stuart Martin (backj Michael Abramovich. Ben 
Cremeans.Joel Mabry Matthew Elliott, Robert Jaggers 




Campus Ministry Team: i:ior.ti Olivia Shepard. Marleigh McCrimmon. Marlaina Berch, 
Stephanie Moses. iNJicholas Lynch. Jonathan EbelhanAaron Law. TaylorTidv/ell. Juan Solano 
(second) Meg Huntington. Knsten Lucas. Lamees El-Sadek. Mou Biswas, Emily Tuberville. Jesse 
"ow, Melinda Boudreaux. Erin Classen, Kelsey Smith (third) Chelsey Overstreet. Kristin 
>ss, Ginsie Simmons. Mary Kate Rees. Mikey Arceo. Allison Purves. Anna Church. Erin 
Sanders (back) Megan Porter Claire Crawford. Samantha Greenleaf. Laura Cost. Lizzie 
Cosse. Mary Paige Francis.Tavlor Park?, Chris Eden, Parker Welch, Bolton Kirchnen Brittany 




Catholic Student Association: (front) OrIa Kirk. Claire Stamm, Lauren 
Gabreski, Audrey Plaisance. Mary Kate Rees (middle) Ellen Burke. Gabrielle 
Richardson, Meghan Giurintano, Victoria Gorham,Will Gorham. Natalie Boudreaux. 
Nick Cortese (back) Julia Jesuit Nick Dubuisson 





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Resident Assistants: (front) Steve Eastlack. Alex Shows.Tony Bellan. Chase 
Munro. Amy Patterson. Lamees El-Sadek. Alex Wills. Liz Lancaster Lizzie Cosse. 
Caroline Stroud. Brittani Johnson. Advisor Patrick Cooper Matt Binion (middle) 
Con Tucker Brittany Tourelle, Brandon Mong, Hailey Miranda, Natalie Rebentisch. 
Kate Garand, Brittany Tait.Wrijoya Roy Lisa Papale, Megan Redhead, Sam Hill(back) 
Hunter Berch, Dean Katz, Ben Cooper Dwight Johnson, Oliver Galicki,Johnathan 
Ebelhar Stephen Passman, Dylan Lindsay Sam Herman, Kan Buckner Mark Hemdon 




SBA Awards: 

SBA Leader of the Year: Cree Cantrell 

Outstanding Senator Award: Liz Lancaster 

Outstanding Senate Committee: Student Services 

Outstanding Non-Senate Committee Member: Brynn Corbello 

Residence Life Awards: 

Outstanding Resident Assistants of the Year: Liz Lancaster and Steplien 

Passman 
Foundations Awards: 
Foundations Director of the Year: Daniel Honeycutt 
Foundations Team of the Year: Dylan Lindsay and Roxann Jackson 
Admissions Award: 
Senior Presidental Ambassador Awards: Will Gorham, Allen Lyie, Cree 

Cantrell, Amanda Cain, Hanna Olivier, Brandon Mong, Catherine Smith 
Outstanding Presidential Ambassadors: Kate Garand, Casey Molloway 
Service Awards: 

IVIississippi Center for Justice Certificate of Appreciation: Ronda Webb 
Outstanding Participation in Emerging Leaders: Chris Bell, Nicholas Betts, 

Sarah Bolt, Hunter Bondurant, Sophie DeHaan, Matthew Elliott, 

Suzanne Glemot, Lindsey Lacey, Alex Lawson, Kristen Lucas, Zee 

Morrison, Courtney Ramsey, Courtney Scotto, Parker Welch, Kelsey 

Worch, Dylan Home 
Circle K Award: 
Circle of Service Award: Dean Brit Katz 
Multicultural Affairs & international Student 
Programs: 
MIBS Leadership Award: Brittany Aucoin, Summer Bailey, Denae Hebert, 

Stephen Passman, Khushi Patel, Nile Patterson, Mallory Satcher, 

Aubin St. Clair, James Wilson 
The International Student Award: Jana Mertens 




Student Employment Award: 

Student Employee of the Year: Denae Hebert 
Athletic Awards: 

Spirit Award: Drew Respess 
Publications Awards: 

Bobashela Newcomer of the Year: Tiara Willis 

Bobashela Excellence in Photojournalism: Kailey Rocker 

Bobashela Outstanding Editorial Leadership: Margie Woodall 

Bobashela Editor Emeritus Award: Amanda Smithers 

Most Dedicated to the Purple & White: Alex Pieschel and Kate Royals 

Purple & White Editor of the Year: Annelise Moore 

Purple & White Writer of the Year: James Hill 

Purple & White Service Award: Frank Ezelle 

Greek Life Awards: 

Panhellenic Scholarship: Lamees El-Sadek 

Greek Week Winners: "The Monstars" - Chi Omega, Alpha Phi Apha, and 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Excellence in Risk Management: Pi Kappa Alpha 
Public Relations: Kappa Delta 
Greek Spirit Award: Delta Delta Delta 
Best Philanthropy Event: Kappa Delta Shamrock 
Most Community Service Hours: Lambda Chi Alpha and Chi Omega 
Highest Chapter New Member Class GPA: Kappa Delta 
Highest Overall Chapter GPA: Chi Omega 
Most Improved Chapter GPA: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Recognition of Chapters Above All Women's and All Men's Average: Lambda 

Chi Alpha, Kappa Alpha, Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Delta, Chi Omega 
Sorority/Fraternity Model Initiate: Kelsey Worch - Delta Delta Delta Delta, 

Kendall Gregory - Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Unsung Greek Leader: Josh Whitam - Lambda Chi Alpha, Samantha 

Greenleaf - Delta Delta Delta 
Outstanding Chapter Advisor: Rogen Chhabra - Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Outstanding Chapter President: Karl Buckner - Delta Delta Delta 
Chapter of Excellence: Kappa Delta 
Dean's Citation for Alcohol/Drug Education Programming: Kappa Delta, 

Panhellenic, Psi Chi, Psychology Club (Chair Lauren Vucovich) 



Love / Ed King Award: 

Lamees El-Sadek 



Greek Man & Woman: 

Hanna Olivier & Daniel Honeycutt 




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BASKETBALL DANCE TEAM (above left): (front) Megan Beard, Jennifer GoebelTaylorScyster, 
Bethany Lyons, (middle), Katie Wilson, Hayley Nemeth, Laura Domingue, Megan Redhead, (back) Elizabeth 
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juichard, Dylan Broussard, Drew Dews, Juan Solano, Drew Moroux, Justin Burns, (back) Andres Colocho, Corey 
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Honorable Mention: Jeremy Aliff 

ESPN The Magazine Academic All- 
District VI: Will Hawkins, Aaron Williams 



JFIELDERS DURING PITCHING CHANGE: Trey Rountree,Will Hawkins, Drew Leonard, Wes Perkins. 

EAM MEMBERS: Peter Rafferty, Jessie Painter Stephen Gates, Nathan Pearce, Tyler Collins, Kevin Wall, Josh 
irdeneaux, Jeremy Aliff,Tanner Woodson, Trey Rountree, Ryan Zemke,Alex Granier Adam Bice, Matt Mozingo.Jake 
lills,Will Elmore, Drew Leonard, Jordan Nolan, Matt Conn, Kenny Artigues, Aaron Williams, Josh Conlee, Boomer 
udson, Andrew Fleming, J T Newell, Andrew Pearce, Zack Snider John Bourque, Head Coach Jim Page,Asst, 
each Doug Fortenberry Bobby Sterken,Wes Perkins, Jason Riggins, Drew Respess, Jules Roussel. Blake Boleware, 
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WOMEN: Olivia Coats. Mimi Nguyen, Brelynn David, Breanna David, Lauren David, Morgan Shell, Allison Zakaras, 
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ordova, Sam Hill, Angel Butler Stephen Butler Adam Shepherd, Coach Andy Till 




TRACK: (front) Victoria Romano, Krista Clark, Bruce Pears, (back) Coach Charles 
Bailey Christian Broussard, Coach Roger Bynum, Deonna Walton, Cameron Varnado, 
Kasey Laird, Lloyd Gray Erica Cook Michael Galatas.Tim Gillis. Bryce Haadad. Head 
Coach AndyTill 








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Whitney Bass SR 

Evan Bauer JR 

Megan Beard SR 

jade Beck FR 

Brittany Bell FR 

Chris Bell FR 



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The Dell Line." "The thirdTloor of the library.' 



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"In my car: listening to The Bends' 
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Kelly Brignac SO 
Lindsey Claire Brown JR 

Jairus Browning FR 
Dylan Bruner FR 
Dame! Bryde FR 

Marshall Burgin FR 











Ellen Burke SO 

Barrett Butcher SO 

Alii Butler JR 

Angel Butler FR 

Taylor Byrd Grad 

Amanda Cain JR 








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"I would take a busload of my "I would find a small economy and "I would travel to Europe and eat 

friends to Potter Land." pump all the money into it and whatever I wanted." 

destroy it." 




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"I would save it for my family." 



;hurch FR 
Clark FR 
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Amanda Cloyd JR 
Alex Cocke JR 
Carra Cockrell FR 
Clifford Coile JR 
Tyler Collins FR 
Josli Conlee SR 



Matt Conn FR 
Taylor Cook FR 
Ben Cooper SO 
Brynn Corbello JR 
Hugo Cordova FR 
Nicholas Cortese FR 




Lizzie Cosse JR 
Laura Cost JR 
Ciiris Countiss FR 
CInris Cousin JR 
Claire Crawford FR 
Ben Cremeans JR 





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northern most places in the world 
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Alex Fraser FR 

Phoebe Fraser SR 

Michael Galatas SO 

Oliver Galicki SO 

Jennifer Gandy SR 

Kate Garand JR 








Tim Gillis FR 

Drew Giudice FR 

Meghan Giurintano SO 

Lura Glatzer SO 

Suzanne Glemot FR 

Irene Goddard SR 






Robert Garrett JR 

Anna Gary FR 

Dominic Giampola FR 

Anh Giang SR 

Amber Gibson JR 

Lydia Gikas SR 










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"The smell of my cube and the 
friendships that I have formed." 





"I like hanging out with other girls." "I like the fact that my friends are 

right down the hall." 




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"My favorite part was having a 
roommate." 




Sam Herman SR 

Mark Hemdon JR 

Haley Hesdorffer FR 

Jade Hewitt SO 

James Hill SO 

Hannah Hinson SO 









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Amanda Hoak SO 

Casey Holloway SO 

Taylor Holop SR 

Alexandra Hooper FR 

Dylan Home FR 

Lauren Hoth FR 





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sing everywhere with my personal. said so." pokemon." 

portable microphone." 




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Andrew Laney FR 

Sarah Laughlin JR 

Aaron Law FR 

Alex Lawhon FR 

Katherine Lawrence SO 

Will Lawrence FR 





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Alex Lawson FR 

Keith Leatherwood FR 

Molly LehmullerJR 

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Evan Lewis JR 



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Dylan Lindsay SR 

Jack Lipman FR 

Laura Litton JR 

Lovie Love FR 

Erin Loveland SO 

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Nicholas Lynch FR 

Bethany Lyons FR 

Joel Mabry FR 

Katie MacMillan JR 

Chris MaherJR 



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their undergarments at Franz Liszt." creation of the universe, world, and 

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Bnan Mikell SO 

Ashley Miller |P 

Sara Millington SC 

Michael Mohr SR 

Shaka Moody SO 

Annelise Moore SO 












Devon Morris SO 

Andrew Morrison JR 

Zoe Morrison FR 

Shante Morton FR 

I^Stephanie Moses SO 

Emily Mote FR 








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"Study really hard; then party." 



-Dakot?Guillory 

"Don't be such a gossip!" 




=l!eanna*White 

"Try your best, but don't stress out 
too much because it will ruin your 
college experience." 




^Elizabetfrlfani 

"If you have sex, you will get 
pregnant and die." 





Stephen Passman J R 
Khushi Patel SO 
Neha Patel PR 
Nile Patterson JR 
Catherine Patton SO 
Andrew Pearce SO 




Jessie Painter FR 
Lisa Papale SR 
Evan Parker J R 
Joshua Parker FR 
Taylor Parks FR 
Andrea Partridge FR 



Bruce Pears FR 
Bethan Pearson FR 
Russell Pellichino FR 
Stephen Peltier FR 
Taylor Perepeluk FR 
Wesley Perkins FR 




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Wal-Mart, and shoot my loved 
ones as they became zombies." 



-Drew Moroux 

"I would succumb to them. 



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"I would take the guns from the 
security office, then raid Reubens 
and the Caf for canned food and 
water After that, I would go to the 
AC roof and wait..." 



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of the Atrium for two weeks 
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a zombie's ankles to decay and 
break." 




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eaten dinner in the caf at the same 

time since freshman year, so the caf 

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"Caf I love grilled cheese." 




James Tr/foros SO 
Frances Tubb FR 
Bonnie Tucker JR 

Miranda Tucker FR 
Kiara Upshaw FR 
Jason Verellen FR 









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Carol Wagner JR 

Anne Waldrop SO 

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Jonathan WattherFR 

EmmaWann FR 







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Jake Warren FR 

Dylan Watson FR 

Andrew Weber FR 

Lindsay Webre SO 

KirstenWeeFR 






Dr.TedAmmon, Philosophy 

Dr. Diane Baker, Business 

Dr. William Bares. Computer Science 

Dr. Jesse Beeler, Business 

Dr. George Bey, Sociology- Anthropology 








Dr. James Bowley, Religious Studies 
Dr. Judith Caballero, Spanish 
Dr. Connie Campbell, Mathematics 
Dr. Damon Campbell, Business 
Dr. Claudlne Chadeyras, French 










Mrs. Cori Ciaccio, Chemistry 

Mr. Raymond Clothier, Faith &Work Initiative 

Dr. Curtis Coats, Communications 

Dr. Cheryl Coker, Music 

Dr.TlmCoker, Music 











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Mrs. Gayla Dance. Mathematics 
Dr. David Davis, History 
Dr.Blakely Fender, Business 
Dr. Priscilla Fermon, French 
Mr. Harvey Fiser, Business 









Dr. Amy Forbes, History 

Dr. Laura Franey, English 

Dr. Michael Galaty, Soclology-Anthropolgy, 

Dr.StanGalicki, Geology 

Dr. Eric Griffin, English 



Dr. Ray Grubbs, Business 
Dr. Rachel Heard, Music 
Mr. Tom Henderson, Library 
Dr. Robert Kahn, Spanish 
Dr. Asif Khandker, Physics 





Dr. Steven Kistulentz, English 
Dr. Wolfgang Kramer, Chemistry 
Dr.Melissa Lea, Psychology 
Dr. lee Lewis, Chemisiry 
Dr. Mark Lynch, Mathematics (as drawn by 
the Math faculty) 









Dr. Anne MacMaster, English 
Dr. Debora Mann, Biology 
Dr. Robert McElvalne, History 
Dr. Sarah McGuIre, I 
Dr. James McKeown, I 



Ibward McMillan, Acting College President 
Dr. Greg Miller, English 
Dr. Julian Murchlson, Anthropology-Sociology 
Ms. Sandra Murchlson, Art 
Dr. Walter Neely, Business 



Mr. Bob Nevlns, I 

Dr. Kristen Oertel, History 

Dr. Iren Omo-Bare, Political Science 

Dr. Andrew Paxman, History 

Dr. Ray Phelps, Business 



^n Raley, Music 
Dr. Darby Ray, Religious Studies and Faith 

and Work Initiative 
Dr. Michael Reinhard, Political Science 
Dr. Shadow Robinson, Physics 
Dr. Connie Schimmel, Education 



, Dr. Donald Schwartz, Computer Science 
Dr. Steve Smith, Philosophy and Religious 

Studies 
Dr. Kristina Stensaas, Chemistry 
Dr. William Storey, History 
Ms. Tracy Sullivan, Mathenoatlcs 



Dr. Holly Sypniewski, Classical Studies 
Dr. Patrick Taylor, Business 
Dr. Marcus Tellkamp, Biology 
Dr. Kurt Thaw, Psychology 
Dr. Cory Toyota, Chemistry 



Dr. MingTsui, Sociology- Anthropology 
Dr. Daniel Turkeltaub, Classical Studies 
Dr.YanWang, Mathematics 
Dr.Tim Ward, Chemistry 



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BETA BETA BETA: biology Honorary (front) Heather Chapman, Kevin Peters. Madeleine Porter Jc - 
limenez, Lance Philyaw, Aubin St. Clair James Wilson. Lamees El-Sadek. Thomas Martin. Ganesh Swamy, 
(middle) Hayley Nemeth. Sarah Fisher Amanda Smith. Steve Eastlack, Nate Davis. Amanda Berry. Mou Biswa 
Krystal Frazien Edgar Meyer Gem Wilson. Elizabeth Meyer Bernadette Derussy. Summer Bailey Lindsey Tassir 
Shivalika Rana, Anisha Patel.Christopher Hubbard. Dylan Lindsay (back) Anh Gang. Blake Means. Kristin Foss, 
Lydia Gikas. Sabira Ebaady Mimi Nguyen, Travis Banta. Clifford Coile.Teal Brechtel.Will Webb, Megan Shiney, 
Aaron Schwartz 







CHAMBER SINGERS: (front) Katia Kotcherguina. Kelsey Worch. Joyce Jiang. (2nd 
row)TiffanyTownsend, FUchelTillay Lisa Papale, (3rd row) Catherine Smith. Miranda 
Tucker Kar^n Forester (4th row) Richard Kemp, Jaclyn Bethany Flachel Alexander (back) 
Zach Davis, Justin Gudger Cednc Williams, Ben McNain Will Young. Dylan Lindsay, Jordan 
Hammons, Jonathan Ebelhar Richmond Culp, Hyland Keen, Dwight Johnson 





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llliam D. Rowell Memorial Art Award - Courtney Maxson 
itstanding Junior Studio Art Award - Daniel Johnson 
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erforming Arts: 

nior Music Award - Rachel Tillay 

ii Plii Epsilon Senior Acliievement Award - Rachel Tillay 

lassies: 

learingen Prize for Excellence in Introductory Latin - Morgan Jones 

learingen Prize for Excellence in Advanced Latin and Greek - Andrew 

McPherson 

learingen Prize for Excellence in Introductory Greek - Michael Price 

iMWS Award for Outstanding Accomplisliement in Classical Studies - 

3randi Buckler 

nglish: 

ul D. Hardin Award in English - Lloyd Gray 

ibert H. Padgett Award in English - Alex Pieschel 

me Breland Award in English and Education - Michael Mohr 

ark Essay Medal - Lloyd Gray and Alex Pieschel 

istory: 

iss H. Moore History Award - Sarah Lloyd Allred 

ociology and Anthropology: 

ancesand L.B. Jones Award in Anthropology NadiaAl Mashimi 

lodern Languages: 

bert Godfrey Sanders Award in French: Lauren Jenkins 
Delta Phi Intermediate French Award - Kathryn Smith and Gabrielle Richardson 
bert Godfrey Sanders Award in Spanish - Sarah Hartzog and David Guyott 
;ma Delta Pi Intermediate Spanish Award - Evan Parker and Alice Pieschel 

eliglous Studies: 

cellence in Religious Studies Award - Brittany Tait 
iligious Studies Paper Award - Brittany Tait 
inry and Katherine Bellamann Awards 

Creative Writing - Gloria Bolton 

Studio Art - Beth Fossen 
ira Lynch Hanley Award for Distinguished Writing - Jana Mertens 

iology: 

Diogy Department Award for Service - Abbott Wootten and Amanda Smith 
ology Research Award ■ Bernadette DeRussy 
i-Beta Award - Anh Giang and Lauren Gabreski 

hemistry: 

seph B. Price General Chemistry Award - Lauren Hoth, William Webb, Devon Morris, 

and Taylor Parks 

nior Analytical Chemistry Award ■ Eli Smith 

lemlstry Department Senior Research Award - Erin Redman 

VI. Whitfield Service Award - Hanna Olivier 

omputer Science: 

itstanding Computer Science Senior Project - Nicholas Buckner 



Education: 

Excellence in Student Teaching: 

Elementary - Mirel Brackin and Cori Tucker 

Secondary ■ Michael Mohr 
Outstanding Scholarship Award - Cori Tucker 
Mary Sue Enochs Lewis Endowed Scholarship - Elizabeth Gutherz 

Geology: 

Wendell B. Johnson Memorial Award - Hunter Berch 
Richard R. Priddy Memorial Award - Andrew Fleming 
Jennifer LSorrells Memorial Award - Andrew Fleming 

Mathematics: 

Outstanding Freshman Mathematics Award • Matthew Elliott and Lihuang Zhu 
Samuel R. Knox Senior Mathematics Award - Qiaoya Zhang 

Physics: 

College Physics Award ■ Clifford Coile 
General Physics Award - Jay Thompson 

Political Science: 

John F. Kennedy Award ■ Lauren Guichard 

Reid and Cynthia Bingham Awards - Molly Bohike and Sarah Jo Adams 

Winston Churchill Award for Public Management and Administration - Taylor 

Cheeseman 

Psychology: 

William James Award for Academic Excellence - Ashley Martin 

Mary Whiton Calkins Award for Outstanding Research in Psychology - Alexandra 

Sheppard 
Gordon Allport Award for the Application of Psychology ■ Caroline Stroud and Katie 

Tebo 
Noam Chomsky Award for Excellence in Psychology - Karl Buckner 
Best Overall Performance on Comprehensive Examination - Jessie Otis 
Chi Omega Social Science Award - Caroline Stroud 

Accounting: 

Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants Outstanding Senior Award ■ Laura 

Litton 
Business Administration: 

Wall Street Journal Award - Hollie Penuel 

Business Administration Comprehensive Exam Award - Will Gorham 

Economics: 

Richard B. Baitz Award ■ Cree Cantrell 

Finance: 

Merrill Lynch Award for Excellence in Investments - Blake Martinez 
CFA Society of Mississippi Award for Excellence in Finance - Will Gorham 
Senior Else Scholars: Beth Fossen, Julia Jesuit, Cree Cantrell, Lauren Jenkins, Florence 
Williams,AlexanderNessel, and Will Gorham 

Leadership and Scholarship 

Omicron Delta Kappa Awards: Freshman Man of the Year - Austin Deskewies; 
Freshman Woman of the Year • Katie Wilson; W. Charles Sallis Leader of the Year 

■ Hanna Olivier 

Lewis and Reiff Awards: Brittany Tait, KatieTebo, Hanna Olivier, and Edgar Meyer 

Thomas G. Ross Scholarship - Clifford Coile 

Janet Lynne Sims Award ■ Jay Thompson 




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Amanda Cam, a physics major with 
minors in mathematics and business, 
was President of SAPS and captain of 
the volleyball team. She participated in 
SYE and SBA, and she was a member 
of Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor 
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Edgar Meyer; a classical studies and 
biology major; acted as new member 
educator in Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 
He was President of Sigma Lambda 
and District Governor for Circle K 
International, and he was a member of 
Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, and Eta 
Sigma Phi Honoraries. 





Cree Cantrell, an economics major with 
a minor in French, was President of SBA, 
and Vice-President and chairman of the 
Community Outreach Program. He was 
a member of College Republicans, "The 
Purple & White," Speech and Debate 
Club, and CMT He was also chosen as a 
member of Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, and Phi Alpha Delta honoraries. 






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with a minor in faith and works, was 
a member of Chi Omega Fraternity 
and served as Panhellenic President, 
CMT co-chain and Challenge co-chair 
She also participated in the Lilly and 
Ford Fellowship programs. She was 
a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Sigma Lambda, and Order of Omega 
Honoraries. 




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MAJOR: IVcholog)' 
MINOR: Mathematics 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Circle K (president), 
Undergraduate Research, CMT, Volunteer 
at Univ. ot Miss., Psychology Club 




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Mirel Brackin 



MAJOR: Elementary Education 
MINOR: Spanish 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Women's Golf 
leam, Chi Omega, Millsaps Christian 
Fellowship, College Republicans, 
Intramural Sports 



Nadia Al Hashimi 

MAJOR: Anthropology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Honors in 

Anthropology, Ford Fellowship, Research 
Assistant, Anthropology Club (president). 
Intern at the Insitute of Southern Jewish 
Life 



Kari Buckner 

MAJOR: Psvcholog)- 
ACHIEVEMENTS:'Delta Delta Delta 

(president). Resident Assistant, Psi Chi, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Honor Council 



Sarah Lloyd Allred 

MAJORS: History, English 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega (vice 
president). College Republicans, Phi Alpha 
Theta (president), Sigma Tau Delta, Order 
ot Omega 



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Amanda Cain 

MAJOR: Physics 

MINORS: Mathematics, Business Admin. 

ACHIEVEMENTS: SAPS (executive 

director ot programming), SBA 

Executive Board, SYE Chair, Presidential 

Ambassador 



Natalie Boudreaux 

MAJORS: Economics, Business 
Administration 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Kappa Delta 
(president), Women's Colt Team, Catholic 
Student Association, Millsaps Writing 
Center Tutor, Staff Writer for P&W 



Cree Cantrell 

MAJOR: Economics 
MINOR: French 

ACHIEVEMENTS: SBA (president). Pep 
Band, Omicron Delta Kappa, Football 
team. College Republicans 



osh Conlee 

AJOR: Biology 

INOR: Business Administration 
IHIEVEMENTS: Baseball Team, 
.ppa Alpha (vice president). Fellowship 
Christian Athletes, Catholic Student 



indrew Fredericks 

AJOR: Biology 
INOR: Chemistry 
:HIEVEMENTS: Pi Kappa Alpha, 
ident Conduct Board, Intramural Sports, 
rder of Omega, Nursing Assistant 



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MAJOR: English 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Cross Country 
Team, Track Team, Ford Teaching Fellows 
Program, Millsaps Christian Fellowship, 
Canterbury Club 



Sam Herman 

MAJOR: Chemistry 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Hurricane Relief 
Trips, 4 SCAC Championships, Millsaps 
Challenge Program, Kappa Sigma 
(founding father). Chemistry Research 




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AJOR: Biology 

IHIEVEMENTS: Pi Kappa Alpha, 
3nor Council, Radiology Transporter, 
olecular Genetics Research, Resident 



ydia Gikas 

AJOR: Business Admin. 
INORS: Biology, Faith & Work 
:HIEVEMENTS: Chi Omega 

tesident), Lilly Faith & Work Initiative, 
:ta Beta Beta, Canterbury Club, SYE 







Vill Gorham 

lAJOR: Business Admin. 

lINOR: History, Financial Service 

oncentration 

CHIEVEMENTS: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

T"), Catholic Student Assoc. (Pres.), Or- 

;r of Omega (Pres.), CMT, FMA 



Daniel Honeycutt 

MAJORS: Economics, Business 
Administration 

ACHIEVEMENTS: SBA(2ndVP), 
FYE (Student Director), Kappa Alpha 
(president), Omicron Delta Epsilon, Order 
of Omega 



Roxann Jackson 

MAJOR: Spanish 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Mu (social chair), 
Millsaps Singers, Millsaps Players, Alpha 
Psi Omega, Foundations Leader 




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MAJORS: Business Administration, Spanish 
MINOR: Creative Writing 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Foundations Leader, 
Residence Hall Director, Delta Sigma 
Theta (Pres.), Chairperson of Student Life 
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MAJOR: Biology 
MINOR: Chemistry 
ACHIEVEMENTS:' Chamber Singers, 
Resident Assistant, Foundations Leader, 
S.C.C.A., Alpha Psi Omega 



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Katherine Negrotto 

MAJORS: Spanish, Philosophy 
ACHIEVEMENTS: CMT (global 
tiincerns chair). Delta Delta Delta 
I raternit)', Wellspring Ser\-ice Communin' 
I co-director), McNair Fund Missions, 
Resident Assistant 




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Edgar Meyer 

MAJORS: Biolog>', Classical Studies 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Umbda Chi Alpha 
(traternirv' educator). Circle K International. 
Sigma Lambda (President), CMT, Lienors 
Project in Chemistry 



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Michael Mohr 

MAJOR: English 
MINOR: Lducation 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Lambda Chi Alpha 
(President), Writing Center Tutor, Ford 
Teaching Fellow, Omicron Delta Kappa 






Hanna Olivier 

MAJOR: Chemistry 
MINOR: Classical Studies 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Omicron Delta 
Kappa (Pres.). Panhellenic Recruitment 
( hair. Phi Mu (philanthropy chair), Circle 
K, CMT (ser\'ice trips co-chair) 





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Lisa Papale 




MAJOR: English 

MINORS: Philosophy, Communications 


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RHD, Chamber Singers, Sigma Tau Delta 




English Honorary, Singers 





Brandon Mong 

MAJOR: Biolog)- 
MINOR: Faith c^ Work 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Mens Soccer, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, RHD, Presidential 
Ambassador, Omicron Delta Kappa 
(Secretary) 




Kate Royals 

MAJOR: English 

MINORS: Spanish, Women's & Gender 

Studies Concentration 

ACHIEVEMENTS: PcS;W(Editor-in- 
C^hict), Kappa Delta (VP of Standards), 
Young Democrats (Pres.), PHR Counselor 



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MAJOR: English 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Beta Kappa 

.Academic Honot Societ)', The Purple & 
White, Wellspring Seryice Community, 
Kappa Delta Sororit)', CMT 



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Sital Sanjanwala 

MAJORS: Business Admin., Economics 
MINOR: Faith cV Work 
ACHIEVEMENTS: 1 Campus 1 Comm. 
(co-chair), CM F (Midtown chair), P&W 
(Layout Editor, Business Manager), Kappa 
Delta Sororit)', Omicron Delta Epsilon 


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manda Smith 



AJOR: Biology 
I NOR: Psychology 
:HIEVEMENTS: Panhellenic 
cruitment Counselor Coordination, 
jnor Council, Foundations Leader, CMT, 
ta Beta Beta Biology Honorary 






Katie Tebo 

MAJOR: Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: CMT, Psi Chi 
Psychology Honorary (VP), President's 
List, 1 Campus 1 Community, Sigma 
Lambda Service Leadership Honorary 




latherine Smith 

AJOR: Classical Studies 
INORS: Education, Theatre 
:HIEVEMENTS: Delta Delta Delta, 
lamber Singers, Presidential Ambassador, 
pha Psi Omega Theatre Hon. (Bus. 
anager). Eta Sigma Phi Classics Hon. 



Lmanda Smithers 

AJOR: Applied Mathematics 
I NOR: Chemistry 
:HIEVEMENTS: Phi Mu Fraternity 
lembership Director), Bobashela (Editor- 
■Chief, Co-Editor, People Editor), 
Tiicron Delta Kappa, Foundations Leader 





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Kasey Thibodeaux 

MAJOR: Biology 

MINOR: Spanish 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Softball, Delta Delta 

Delta Fraternity, Lab Assistant, Conference 

Assistant, Student Worker for the Else 

School 




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Cori Tucker 

MAJOR: Elementary Education 

MINOR: Spanish 

ACHIEVEMENTS: Women's Basketball, 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Refuel: 
Pinelake's College Ministry, Big Brothers 
Big Sisters, Resident Assistant 





raroline Stroud 

AJOR: Psychology 
ZHIEVEMENTS: Phi Beta Kappa 
:adademic Honor Society, Psi Chi 
ychology Honorary (President), Delta 
:lta Delta Fraternity (VP of Admin.), 
:sident Hall Director, Order of Omega 
reek Leadership Honorary (Secretary) 



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Florence Williams 

MAJOR: Accounting 
MINOR: Computer Science 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Phi Mu Fraternity 
(President), Beta Gamma Sigma Business 
Honorary, Foundations Leader, Order of 
Omega Greek Leadership Hon., Party Pics 



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lAJOR: Religious Studies 
ilNORS: Sociology, Faith & Work 
CHIEVEMENTS: CMT (Co-chair), 
inhellenic President, Wellspring Service 
ommunity (co-director). Ford Fellowship, 
sident Hall Director 



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Alex Wills 

MAJOR: Business Administration 
MINOR: Psychology 
ACHIEVEMENTS: Football Team, 
Resident Assistant, Basketball Team, 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Ballroom 
Dancing Club 



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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 

Brittany Tait, who majored in religious studies. 



Dr. Kristina Stensaas 

The winner of the Distinguished Professor 

Award was Dr Kristina Stensaas, Associate 

Professor of Chemistry 




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Agho, Gwen 22, 38 
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Aime, Claire 23,38,52,53, 

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Alexander Rachel 103, 107, 

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Ammons.Will 128 
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Anderson. Russell 48 
Anderson, Shane 23, 76 
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Andrieu, Stephen 42, 6 1 
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Arceo, Mikey 1 8, 23, 24, 48, 

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Arceo, Rafael 23, 48, 49, 76 
Arthur Heather 8, 76 




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Bailey Summer 1 9, 24, 25, 56, 

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Bass.Whitney 76 
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Bauerle, Megan 36, 63, I 32 
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Beck Jade 76 
Beck Sarah 1 07, I 3 I 
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Bell, Brittany 23,76 
Bell, Chris 11,22,25,44,76 
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Benic. Sandra 77 
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reanna 22,51,70,80 
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Fenstermaker, Kathryn 8 1 
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Fermon, Priscilla 96 
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Fillingame, Ashton 22, 8 1 
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no, 127 
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34,82, 105, 132 
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41,56,57,82, 125 
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Goldsmith, Carson 22, 69, 82 
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111.115 
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Gregory Kendall 19,23,25, 

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Grubbs. Ray 96 
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102, 106, 107, I 10, 131 
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41.83 
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88. 123 
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Gunderson. Kathryn 36. 37, 

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Hammer Stephen 23 
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40,46,83, I 10 
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Harbor Jasmine 63,83 
Hargis, Billy 83,84 
Harlan, Holly 32,83 
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41,58,83,95, 132 
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Harris. Meredith 26, 36. 50. 

58,59. 134 
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Harrison, James 83 
Harrison,Taylor 49, 6 1 . 133 
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Hayes, Sean 23,83 
Haywood, Adam 42,43,99 
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Hebert, Denae 24,25,83, 

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Hebert. Megan 38.83 
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Henderson. Tom 96 
Henry. Jermaine 23,83 
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84. 104, I 15, 133, 134 
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Hesdorffer Haley 23,84 
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Hughes, Kyle I 1 , 54 
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24, 30, 84, 99, I 34 
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Jackson, Pamela 62, 63 
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133 
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42,84 
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Johnson, David 44, 84 
Johnson, Dwight 24,99,106, 

I 10, 130 
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Johnson, Lainey 20 
Johnson, Vanessa 84 
Johnston, Jerry 42 
Johnston, Martha I 29 
Jones, Andrew 84 
Jones, Ashley 38 
Jones, Morgan I I I 
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Joplin, Konnor 23, 85 
Jordan, Allie 23,36,85 
Joseph, Geoffrey 70, 85, 1 06 
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Krauss, Dixie 53 




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Kaun Ramandeep 8, I 3, 22, 

24,85, 129, 133, 134 
Kay Kate 22,24,85,99, 133 
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Keen, Hyland 22,43,110 
Keen, Suzanna 2, 36, 80 
Keenan, Heather 5, 1 8, 24, 

38,40,52,53,81,85, 130 
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Kennedy Andy 85 
Kennedy Douglas 2, 22, 24, 

44, 85, 1 24 
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Kessler Lauren 36, 85 
KhandkerAsif 96 
Kineses, Emily 38,85 
Kinman, Brittany 27, 36 
Kirchner Bolton 1 4, 24, 48, 

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KirkleyRyan 22,85 
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Klein, Lee 54 
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Laird, Kasey 38, 40, 52, 73, 

130 
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85,95 
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85, 106, 121, 132 
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Landry, Katherine I 1 , 22, 36, 

56,57,85 
Lane, Sam 85 
LaneyAndy 22,46,82,86 
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Langston, Andrew 42 
Langston, Colby 42, 54 
Larochelle, Matt 22, 42 
Lassiter Brooke 27, 32, 35 
Latady Mary 36 
Laughlin, Sarah 23, 86, I 34 
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Lawhon,Alex 23,86,123 
Lawrence, Kate 32, 35, 86, 87 
Lawrence, Will 69,86 
Lawrimore, William 54,86 
Lawson,Alex 18,23,24,25, 

46,86 
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Leathewood, Keith 23, 86 
Lee, Brooke 66 
Lehmullen Molly 27, 32, 35, 

73,86 
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Lewis, Lee 96 
Lewis, William 22 
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105, I 10, I 16, 121 
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108, I I I, I 19 
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35,86 
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86, 1 22 
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Mann, Michael 23,44,87,95 
Manning, Riley 61 
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Martin, Ashley 25,87, I I I 
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McCall, Anderson 76,87 
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McManus. Martin 61 
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129, 132 
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Morrison, Kathleen 36. 

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117, 133 
Thomas, Grant 46 
Thomas, Margaret 23, 38, 39, 

41,93 
Thomas, Mane 38, I 30 
Thomas, Ophelia 27, I 33 
Thomas, Paige 32 
Thompson, Carlie 23.80,93 
Thompson, Colin 48, 60, 

61,93 
Thompson, Ellis 22,93 
Thompson, Jay I 10, I II 
TidwelLTaylor 22,24,26,48, 

49,91,93 
Till, Andy 73 
Tillay Rachel 93,110,111 
Tilly Adam 23,44,70,71, 

93, 126 
Tippit, Thomas 22,93 
Titone, Lauren 36, 105, 134 
Toney, Brielle 36 
Toth,Alex 23,27,30,93, 122 
Tourelle, Brittany 24, 36, 74, 93 
Townsend, Emily 58 
Townsend,Tiffany 22, 93,110 
Toyota, Cory 97 
Trudel, Julia 24,93, 107, 130, 

131, 133 
Tsui, Ming 97 
Tryforos, James 46, 94 
Tubb, Frances 10,22,32,94 
Tuberville, Emily 6, 23, 24, 27, 

32,33, 130 
Tucken Bonnie 5, 7, 22. 26, 

36,37,94, 134 
Tucker, Con 24, 63, I I I , I 1 7 
Tucker Miranda 22, 86, 94, 

I 10, 131 
Tullos,Josh 9, 17,83, 102, 130 
Tumminello, Maggie 30, 52, 

53,81 
Tumminello, Sam I 6 
Turkeltaub, Daniel 97 



Upshaw, Kiara 23, 94 
Ustinova,Jane 100 




Van Hooydonk, Paul 58 
Vanhorn, Clara 36, 1 30 
Varnado, Cameron 64, 65, 

72,73, 108 
Varney Elliot 69 
Veal, Brittany 28,29, 101 
Veneklase, Anthony 23 
Verellen, Jason 23,94 
Veron, Katharine 32 
Vorder-Bruegge, Morgan 32, 

33, 34, 87, 94, I 3 I 
Vucovich, Lauren 22, 25, 36, 

37,56,57, 127 




UndenA/ood, Mana 
30, I 30, I 34 



23,25, 



Wagner Carol 94 
Waldrop,Anne 22,36,94 
Walker McCall 42,43 
Wall, Kevin 23, 27, 42. 69. 94 
Walley James 119 
Waither Jonathan 23.94 
Walton, Deonna 62,63,73 
Wang.Yan 97 

Wann,Emma 23,30,94, 133 
Warburton, Caitie 30 
Ward,Tim 97 
Warford.Cody 23.94 
Warren, Holly 32,58 
Warren, Jake 23.46,94, 133 
Watson, Dylan 23, 24, 26, 48, 

49,94, 120 
Webb,Ronda 25,63 
Webb, Will 48, I 10, I I I 
Weber Andrew 23, 94 
Webre, Lindsay 24, 32, 33, 

34,94 
Wee,Kirsten 22,94,133 
Weems.Tamarius I 3, 22, 26, 

44, 45, 94 
Welch, Parker 23, 24, 25, 

46,94 
Westbrook, Ethan 23, 46. 94 
WheelerVictona 8, I 2. 22, 

75,94,99, 122, 134 
Whitam.Josh 23.25,44,45 
White, Leanna 88, 1 22, 1 26 



White, Pandora 20 
White, Shelby 32 
White.Tessa 6 
White, Timothy 6, 22, 64, 94 
Wiggins.Thomas 42 
Wilburn, Sherryl 24 
Wilkerson, Garrett 22, 24, 

44, 45, 94 
Williams, Aaron 69 
Williams, Adam 54,130 
Williams, Andrea 11.23,30, 

95.99, 100 
Williams. Cednc 18.95,100, 

107, I 10 

Williams, David 6,23,44, 

75,95 
Williams, Florence 23, 38, 

108, I II, I 17 
Williams, Grace 1 5. 22. 24, 

32,35,95 
Williams, Lauren 6, 23, 30, 50, 

51,70,94,95, 121 
Williams, Leann 23, 66, 95 
Williams, Mary Mitchell 30, 

73 
Williams, Sha'Quita 22 
Williamson, Diantha 92, 105 
Williamson, Lola 24 
Willis,Tiara 22,25,79,95, 

129, 133 
Wills, Alex 24,54,75,95,117, 

128, 133. 134 
Wilson, Gem 110 
Wilson, James 24,25,26,46, 

95, I 10 
Wilson, Katie 1 4, 22, 27, 30, 

51,56,57,95, 110, I I I, 134 
Wink, Lee 44, 95, 1 04 
Wise, Kathryn 23, 95, 1 30 
Woodall, Margie 25, 95, 1 29 
Woods, Khiiron 95 
Woodson, Tanner 69 
Wootten, Abbott 48, 132 
Worch, Kelsey 22, 24, 25, 32, 

35,95, 110, 131, 132 
Wnght, Chelsea 23, I 33, I 34 
Wnght Lizzie 1 05 
Wyeth, Janet 24 



Young, Cory 23 
Young, Jude 44,95 
Young. Will 17.22,44,9 
106, 110, 133 





Zakaras, Allison 32,70,' 
Zemke, Ryan 69 
Zhang, Qiaoya I I I 
Zhou, Kajai 82 
ZhoaKajia 22, 100 
Zhou,Tony 1 9 
Zhu, Lihuang 22,95,11 
Ziliak, Flora 23,30,95,1 
Zito, Sarah 23,53,95 



Yglesias, Megan 23, 66, 95, 

120 
Yoo, Sharon 30, 75, 88, 95, 

130 




Alex Wills 



Katie Collins 



Will Ammons 



Andrew Fox 



Kailey Rocker 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Amanda Smithers 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Margie Woodal I, Editor 

Kailey Rocker 

Karen Forester 

Aubin St. Clair 

Dixie Pond 

Jen McKinley 

PEOPLE SECTION 

Karen Foresten Editor 
Kailey Rocker; Editor 

STUDENT LIFE SECTION 

Tiara Willis, Editor 

ACADEMICS SECTION 

Ramandeep Kaun Editor 

Anna Churcli 

Stephanie Moses 

SPORTS SECTION 

Rannandeep Kaur 
Amber Gibson 

GREEK SECTION 

Jyesha Marshall, Editor 

PUBLICATIONS 
ASSISTANT 

Sara Millington 

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT 
PUBLICATIONS 

Stan Magee 

MASCOT 

Bob 




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BOBASHELA STAFF. Tiara Willis, Margie Woodall, Stephanie Moses, Amber Gibson, 
Amanda Smithers, Aubin St. Clam Ramandeep Kaun Sara Millington, Kailey Rocken (not 
pictured) Karen Forester, Dixie Pond, Jen McKinley, Anna Church, Jyesha Marshall 



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You smell like a cat ... Sometimes I should just not do things . . . The 

Adobe Updater must update itself before it can check for updates. 

would you like to update the updater now? . . . Well, I smell like a 

dead pigeon . . . I've never had to shine the yearbook cover before . . . 

Now I know what I was thinking - nothing - and I'm ok with that ... 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 

Thanks to: Martha Johnston, Dean Katz, the Post Office Staff, and the 
Publications Board for their cooperation and support; Frank Ezelle for 
the generous use of his sports photos; the Business Office for handling 
yearbook orders and billing; students, faculty and staff for donating pictures 
and purchasing the book. 




















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