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EHIGH UNIVERSITY 









v_ rV here the Lehigh's rocky rapids 
' Rush from out the West, 

Mid a grove of spreading chestnuts 

Walls in ivy dressed. 

On the breast of old South Mountain 

Reared against the sky, 

Stands our noble Alma Mater, 

Stands our dear Lehigh. 

V. VVe will ever hve to love her, 
Live to praise her name, 
Live to make our lives add luster 

^ To her glorious fame. 

Let the glad notes wake the echo, 
oyfully we cry: 

Hail to thee, our Alma Mater; 
Hail, all hail, Lehigh. 




(5**^ ike a w atchman on the mountain 
Stands she grandly bold, 
Earth's and Heaven's -secret seeking. 
Hoarding them like gold. 
All she wrests from Nature's storehouse 
Naught escapes her eye, 
Gives she gladly to her dear ones. 
While we bless Lehigh. 



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Athletics 1 60 j Greek Orgs. 




rganizations 262 f Undergraduates 286 t Seniors 356 f Residence Life 456 t Closing 



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Lehigh University 

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Christmas Hall was the first building 
used by the universit)'. It was acquired 
from the Moravians even before they 
had the chance to use it as a church. 





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ehigh w:ls founded in I86S b\' .\sa Packer. Packer was bom in December of 1805 in Mystic, Connecticut, but eventually 
travelled down to a small town on the upper reaches of the Sus(|uehanna River. Packer began working as a carpenter and married 
a woman Irom Vermont, Sarah blakslee. He spotted many oi)portunities lor himself early on ;uid entered into man\ partnerships with 
family and friends throughout many disciplines in the mining industn*. He became a civic figure, founding St. Mark's Episcopal 
Church and chartering the .Maucli Chunk Water Company. He was sent to the state legislature in 1841 and 1842, where he established 
Carbon Cotinty, in which .\lauch Chunk, now called Jim Thorpe, is located. Packer began a term as associate judge of Carbon County, 
,i;i\ing him tlie reverent title as "the Honorable .Asa Packer." 

W hile in .Mauch Cliunk, Sarah Packer gave birth to three children: Mary Hannah, Robert Asa, and Harr)' Eldred. The couple also 
iidopted a little girl, Marian. De.spite the prosperity of the family, they still lived a simple and humble life. Packer continued working 
in the anthracite coal business, and bestowed it upon himself to begin plans on the I.ehigh \alley Railro:id. Constmction began in 
ISSJ and three yean; later trains were running regulark between Nhaich Chunk and Easton. This small town businessman became 
a man of national reputation and a railroad monarch. During this same time period, 1853-1857, he served two terms in the House 
of Representatives. 

The Lehigh \'alley Railroad became Packer's primar\' interest, and he began purchasing vast amounlsof land in .'Mientown, Easton. 
and Bethlehem. The smart entrepreneur began surrounding himself with capable assistants and friends. .M the age of 29. Packer hired 
Robert Sayre, Jr. and made him chief engineer of LVRR, and maintained Elisha Wilbur as the man in charge of financial operations 
for the Railroad and his private secretar)-. By this time, Asa Packer was one of the wealthiest men in the State of Pennsylvania and he 
began looking for a way to spend his surplus. 

In lS(i9, Packer approached Bishop Stevens of Philadelphia with iiis idea for a univereit)'. Packer told the Bishop he planned to 
donate $500,000 to endow the university, and entrusted the Bishop with the know how of establishing a premier institution. A location 

was picked on the wooded slope of South Mountain. Fifty-seven acres were set aside for 
the universin's purposes. The building of a bridge was also proposed to connect 
Bethlehem with South Bethlehem. The original Board of Trustees was then selected and 
was comprised of Packer, his son Robert, Bishop Stevens, Sayre, and the Honorable John 
W. Maynard. The first organizational meeting was held at the Sun Hotel on July 27, 1865. 
The board elected Elisha Wilbur treasurer, and Rev. Potter as secretan' and concluded 
that the institution shall consist of a college proper ;is usually organized, togetherwith 
a scientific school embracing the whole class of physical sciences taught in the best 
institutions of its kind." An architect was hired and plans for the university^ ensued, which 
was modeled :ifter institutions such as Yale. Hanard. Rens.selear Pohlechnic Institute, 
and Union College. Plans for the president's house and Packer Hall were approved for 
the board and Charles Brodhead donated seven acres to the university's plot, bringing the 
edge of campus up to the roadwa\- now known as Brodhead Avenue. By the end of 1865. 
Henr\- Coppee was chosen as the first president and fi\e more persons were chosen to serve 
on the Board of Trustees: Packers son Harr\. G. B. I.indemian. Packer's son-in-law. 
Sayre's brother William. Jolin I'ritz. and Joseph Harrison Jr. 

On September 1 . 1866, opening ceremonies were held and the formal opening of 
Lehigh I'niversiti.- began at ("hristmas Hall, a fomier Moravain Church. 39 young men 
were eager to begin their education at ;ui institution wJiere technical elements would be 
learned along with the arts, so graduates would have a complete understanding and 
working knowledge of all the skills required in world of business. 

.■\sa Packer donated S500.000 to establish Lehigh 
University. Asa Packer was a liberal man who 
wanted to develop a university where students 
were versed in technical and language sicills. 



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William Henry Chandler was elected pro- 
fessor of chemistry at Lehigh University 
in 1 871 . He planned the chemical labo- 
ratories, which were completed in 1885, 
and the buildings of St. Lukes Hospital. 
Photo 1892 Epitome. 



186S-1900 



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hen the University first opened, tuition prices were high in comparison to similar universities hke Cornell and 
Lafayette. Enrollment was low because of the high costs of education and very high entrance requirements. Rates of attrition were 
also alarming. More than half of the entering freshmen dropped out within three years. The trustees believed that creating a 
preparatory school would help alleviate some of the enrollment and financial issues. In the fall of 1871, the preparatory school 
admitted 49 males, some as young as 15 years old. The preppers, as they were called, would take classes and participate in 
laboratories until they were able to pass the university's entrance exams and be admitted as degree candidates. Many facult}' and 
students were opposed to this idea because the faculty did not want to take on disciplining and teaching the preppers and older 
students did not want to make room for the younger students on campus. Because the preparatoiy school did not significantly 
increase enrollment, it was closed in the spring of 1874. 

On July 3, 187 1 , Asa Packer announced the abolition of tuition and introduced his original plan for financing. Packer would 
donate $250,000 for every $ 125,00 the board raised. He also agreed to donate an additional $20,000 each year for maintenance 
costs. The board found it nearly impossible to raise the necessary funds, but Packer continued donating all of the money needed 
to operate the university so Lehigh could remain tuition free. 

The students at Lehigh were noted as those at a scientific school and of the flannel shirt variety. The students began their day 
at the chapel six days a week, were not allowed to play cards, smoke or drink, and were to remain in their rooms between 7:30 and 
9:30 in the evening for study hours. Students were taught by method of recitation, in which each student would be required to 
stand up in front of the class and recite the lessons. Each student was then graded 
on his performance. Since grading was done on a daily basis, attendance was at 
a premium. Saturdays were used to complete laboratory work. The school year 
was divided into two terms with each term ending with a written and oral 
examination. The annual review, in which seniors defended their theses, was 
held at the end of the second term and open to the public. Many interested 
residents from Bethlehem often attended. 

Most of Lehigh's student body hailed from New York, New Jersey and Pennsyl- 
vania, although Lehigh has always had a few students from Brazil and other 
South American countries. The students formed very close relationships and 
participated in a variety of traditions and tomfoolery. Each spring, a mock 
program was produced by the graduating seniors. This program was a spoof on 
commencement and students and professors conferred for farfetched and repug- 
nant degrees. The cane rush was an annual event that occurred each fall. First 
and second year students would beat and claw one another for possession of a 
cane. This event left many with battle scars to show their involvement, some 
recollections even include the presence of an ambulance in the President's yard. 
The spring event was the calculus cremation ceremony. This event started with 
first and second year technical students who would get together after exams 
during the spring term and burn their calculus books on the main lawn in front 
of Packer Hall. 



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I'hroughout the early years of 
I.chigh, each entering class de- 
veloped an insignia, choose class 
colors that were worn to show 
camaraderie, and had their own 
fight song tor football games. 
The Class of 1895 insignia is 
shown below. Photo 1895 
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Coppee Hall opened in March 
of 1883 and was the school's 
first gymnasium. Here, stu- 
dents practiced gymnastics, box- 
ing, wrestling and billiards. In 
1912, the g}'mnasium was re- 
named in honor of Coppee. 
Photo 1898 Epitome. 



The men's lacrosse team photo from 1896. 
The Lehigh Lacrosse Club was founded in 
1 884 and lacrosse sprung up quickly around 
campuses. This team defeated Johns Hopkins 
and Stevens for the Intercollegiate Champi- 
onship in 1896. Photo 1898 Epitome. 

The calculus cremation ceremony was one of 
Lehigh's most unique and peculiar tradi- 
tions. Students would process across the 
New Street Bridge to the North Side, return 
over the Old Bridge and venture up Dela- 
ware Avenue before returning to campus. 
The Grand Accussador would then begin 
the ornate ceremony and book burning. 
Songs and chants would be song throughout 
the entire lestivity. Photo 1891 Epitome. 



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Taylor Hall was the first building 
constructed solely for the pur- 
pose of housing students. It was 
endowed bv Andrew Carnegie 
and named in honor of Charley 
L. Taylor. Taylor ser\'ed as a 
trustee of the Carnegie Corpora- 
tion and the University. Photo 
1912 Epitome. 



The children of Robert H. 
Sayre donated $100,000 for 
the development of Sayre Park 
as a memorial to their father in 
1909. The main roads were 
laid down as they exist today. 
The Hill later became home 
to many fraternities. Photo 
1911 Epitome. 



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The 1905 Lehigh University Football 
team, a few years before the major 
turnaround in the athletic department. 
Photo LU Archives. 

Billy Sheridan is known for the excel- 
lence he brought to the wrestling pro- 
gram. He had 222 wins with the 
wrestling program, more than anv 
other coach in the school's histor)'. As 
a wrestler, Sheridan was undefeated 
and won the Scotland and British Isles 
championships. He was a man of great 
character and had implicit faith in his 
boys. He helped them develop char- 
acter and instituted a sense of fair play. 
Photo 1955 Epitome. 




Edward Higginson Williams paid all of 
I he expenses for his department and per- 
sonally equipped it with apparatus worth 
over S4,000. Photo LU Archives. 



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\ _J he turn of the century' brought many new changes to the campus and student life, but other issues still lingered from the latter part of the 1800s. 
Financing the universit}' was still a problem for President Drown and his successor President Drinker although the generosit}- of private donors lead to 
new buildings on campus. In 1900. Professor Williams donated money for the establishment of prizes for the junior orator}' contest. These became the 
first Williams prizes, which are still awarded today. Williams was using much of his own money to furnish the geological quarters of the chemistry 
laboratory , so he decided to endow a new building. On Founder's Day 1903, Williams Hall was dedicated. It provided a home for mechanical engineering. 
mining, and geology. 

The .Mumni .Association began to have a much greater influence on the university around this time. The fifth president of the university, Henry Sturgis 
Drinker, was an alumnus and remained in touch with the university even after he graduated. He helped organize the Alumni Association and at one time 
served as its president and secretary. Drinker knew how to organize and educate the alumni in fund-raising and how to rally their support for new 
programs. The Alumni Association Endowment Fund was established in \W ■ President Drinker is well remembered for the personal approach he took 
to all matters. He knew alumni would be sympathetic to student needs since they had once faced the same problems. He designed projects that alumni 
would support, such as Drown Hall, which was built for housing student and alumni activities. Drinker then pushed the alumni and trustees for a new 
building intended to house students. Because many of the alumni had painful memories of their housing experiences at Lehigh, they were very- 
sympathetic to this phin. Local families were known for charging inflated rents to boarders, and the housing on campus was severely limited due to Asa 
Packers aversion to on-campus housing. Despite Packer's stipulation to minimal on-campus housing, the alumni and trustees felt that it was time to 
build a dormitory. Andrew Carnegie donated S120,000 for the endowment of Lehigh's first dormitory, which was named after his good friend, Charles 
L. Taylor. Taylor Hall was completed in 1908 and housed 140 students, approximately one-fifth of the student body. At this time, the children of Robert 
Sayre also donated money and land for the development of what is now Sayre Park. It was also decided that fraternities would be allowed to build chapter 
houses on campus. The university would advance funds to aid in the construction, and when completed, the houses would be subject to the rules of the 
university. Delta Upsilon built a house on "the Hill" shortly thereafter in 1908, with many other chapters close behind. 

Large advancements in athletics were also made during the early part of the new century. Many of the changes and improvements can be attributed 

to Eugene G. Grace. While at Lehigh. Grace played baseball and was offered a spot on the Boston Braves, 
which he turned down to work for Bethlehem Steel. Grace's first contribution to the Lehigh athletic program 
was bringing in a former prep school teammate, Howard Roland Reiter. Reiter distinguished himself by 
introducing the overhead spiral pass in football and came to Lehigh in 1910 to coach football. The next year 
he became a professor of physical education and director of athletics. Reiter's high profile attracted skilled 
football players which led to a turnaround in tlie prograin. In the fall of 191 1. William "Billy" Sheridan, 
achampion wrestler, was brought in from the University of Pennsylvania by Reiter. Sheridan brought lasting 
success to the wrestling program that still exists today. Since the quality of the sports programs were 
improving, tlie existing facilities needed to be renovated. Charles L. Taylor donated several large gifts for a 
new gymnasium and playing fields. 

Student life on campus also changed with the beginning of the new century. In 1905. religion courses 
were no longer required, although attendance at the chapel was still mandatory. Sports, which were once 
run by the students, were now run formally by coaches and the physical education department. Swimming 
also became a requirement for graduation in 1919- The university was rapidly growing in size and reached 
901 students in 1918. Military summer camps began popping up around the country to help the nation 
"prepare" forwhat might lie ahead. Lehigh began givingcredit tosmdents who successfully completed those 
camps. When war with Germany arose, many students voluntarily left to support their nation. Seniors were 
given early finals so they would sti 1 1 be able to graduate before leaving. Camp Coppee w as created and assisted 
troops in training. The government began sending men in training to Lehigh so they could receive a 
somewhat shortened version of a technical education. In 1918 the faculty adopted a formal ROTC program 
and by 1920 the faculty made mo years of ROTC participation mandatory . Other small changes were also 
taking place on campus, although the lasting factions they created could have never been foreseen. The 
College of Engineering, College of Arts and Science, and College of Business Administration w«re formally 
created in 1918. ^_ 

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morial Drive were erected in honor of all the 
students and alumni who lost their lives in 
World War 1. Photo 1926 Epitome. 



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uring the post war years, education tlourished around the nation. Lehigh was looking for a businesslike way to 
improve the engineering education. Charles Russ Richards was appointed president in 1922 and it was his job to develop 
leadership, business skills, and scientific research through engineering. Richards made it clear that the colleges of Business 
Administration and Arts and Science would exist for the purposes of improving the education of engineering students, especially 
those training to become leaders in industry and business. 

The Alumni Association remained active in raising and donating funds to the university, although President Richards was not 
as cordial to alumni involvement as President Drinker had been. The Alumni Association began an annual plan of giving called 
the Alumni Fund in 1925. Money raised by this fund was for tangible items such as buildings and equipment. The first major 
project undertook by the alumni was a memorial dedicated to 1 ,92 1 servicemen, 46 of whom lost their lives during World War 1 
The memorial was designed to hold offices and host faculty and alumni meetings. President Richards planted 46 elm trees on 
both sides of the drive extending west to Taylor Gym. Beneath each tree, a bronze plate was placed bearing the name of a deceased 
student or alumnus. The roadway was then renamed Memorial Drive. 

Another generous alumnus, James Ward Packard, class of 1884 and founder of Packard Motor Car Company, sponsored the 
development of a new building that would house the mechanical and electrical engineering departments. Packard died before 
Packard Laboratoiy was completed and received a posthumous honorary doctorate at the commencement address in June 1929. 

The student body began changing in the postwar years. Students were sent to college because, "they should go," not because 
they wan ted to study. The last calculus cremation ceremony was held in 1923, ending what had been one of Lehigh's most unique 
traditions. The "Lehigh Review" was created in 1927 and provided an outlet for talent in essays, photos, poetry, and drawings. 
Compulsory worship ended though devotional services were held for those who chose to 
attend. 

The economic depression that began in 1929 affected Lehigh slowly at first. 
Reductions from giving and the alumni endowment accompanied losses from tuition. 
The trustees and President Richards reduced the number of faculty and kept salaries 
static. They did not undertake any large building projects or renovations. In 1934, the 
Office of Admission was opened due to a need for increasing admissions efficiency. The 
university feared a further drop in enrollment, but did not want to lower the entrance 
requirements. The Admissions office proved to be a positive venture for the university. 
Enrollment started increasing and by 1936 the number of available seats was less than 
the number of qualified candidates. In 1932, the Alumni Association created the 
Placement Office to help graduates find jobs in the saddened economy. The Placement 
Office later became the Placement Bureau and the responsibilities were transferred to 
the university. In the same year, control of the Athletic Department also shifted hands. 
There was a nationwide concern over the scholarships given to athletes attending 
institutions of higher education. A Director of Athletics was appointed and a faculty 
committee reviewed the eligibility of each student athlete. Athletes would no longer be 
allowed to receive gifts from alumni, faculty or other students. 



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A Chi Psi chapter was chartered 
at Lx-high by nine undergraduate 
men in 1894. I he chapter main- 
tained a house on Seneca Street 
until 1915 when they decided to 
move on campus and erect a new 
lodge, which is shown below, 
'hoto 1932 flpitome. 



Beautiful days and gorgeous 
surroundings were always a good 
excuse to procrastinate daily 
activities like going to class. 
Some men gather around a 
building in benveen classes and 
enjoy a friendly game of leap 
frog. Photo LU Archives. 



The senior class of 1928 poses for a 
photo outside the AJumni Memorial 
Building. Photo 1928 Epitome. 

University President Charles Russ 
Richards. Richards was elected presi- 
dent in 1 922 after a long career at the 
Universities of Nebraska and Illinois. 
He had excellent qualifications, in- 
cluding extensive work in mechanical 
engineering. Richards retired in 1935, 
leaving behind an enviable record of 
achievement. He carried Lehigh 
through campus development and 
expansion, and the rough years during 
the Great Depression. Photo 1927 
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Company A ot the ROTC 
marches for review. The univer- 
sity was into a miUtary campus 
during the war. Army Special- 
ized Training Program (ASTP) 
students outnumbered civilians 
three to one. Photo 1943 
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A group of Taylor Hall resi- 
dents still manage to find 
some leisure time during 
the war. Here they wax up 
their skiis prior to spend- 
ing a day on the slopes. 
Photo 1944 Epitome 






Members ot Alpha Tau Omega play a 
round ot pool. ATO was the second 
national fraternity to have a chapter at 
Lehigh, but low enrollment during 
World War 11 hurt the fraternity sys- 
tem significantly. Photo 1945 
Epitome. 

Two students, with the assistance of 
their professor, conduct welding re- 
search. Welding research was one of 
the most important war projects con- 
ducted by Lehigh. Engineers sought 
to develop a simple method for weld- 
ing a certain types of steel in order to 
preserve their ductility. Photo 1944 
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Lehigh at war: the university was completely 
transformed from a civilian lo inilitar)' cam- 
pus after November 1 942, when the draft age 
was lowered lo 1 8. [-'acuity, students, and staff 
began leaving almost immediately to join the 
war effort, and university research was en- 
tirely dedicated to helping the Allies. Photo 
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n October 3, 1941, Lehigh celebrated its ^^Sth anniversan,-. President Williams delivered the keynote speech at the 
dedication of Grace Hall, briefly commenting on the world [wlitical situation just two months before the attack on Pearl Harbor. 
By this time, facult\- in the College of Engineering had begun preparing short courses in machine design, mechanical drawing, 
metallurg)' and production engineering, as directed by the U.S. Committee of Education. This program was intended to reduce 
the shortage of engineers, chemists, physicists, and production supervisors in areas essential to national defense. Professor Larkin 
received permission from the Department of .Mechanical Engineering to offer a course in flight theory, which was approved by the 
Civil, ■\eronautics Administration and taught at the ,\BE airport. Students who took the course received certificates as private pilots, 
although the\' were not allowed to count the credits from these short courses toward their degrees. The universit)' was teaching 
these classes to give students a more general background in a variety of material that would help the nation's defense efforts. The 
university did not want to generate "pseudo-engineers" who completed crash courses in an array of science and engineering 
courses. The educational needs for manpower during World War II were great. Lehigh, which had been suitable for training troops 
in 1917, had moved away from occupational training and was no longer useful for training soldiers. However, Lehigh was able 
to provide highly educated scientists and engineers. 

In .November of 19-42, the draft age vviis lowered to 18 and the head of the Selective Ser\-ice Board emphasized that college 
students would not be favored separately. Faculty, students, and staff began lea\1ng for the militaiy immediateh'. Following Pearl 

Harbor, the university devised a schedule for acceleration and created a midyear 
commencement ceremony, held on Januar\' 18, 1943. The accelerated schedule 
let students take classes in the summer and have heavier class loads in order to 
meet all of thedegree requirements in less time. Incoming students were also able 
to begin their education at the start of any semester. 

In hopes of keeping some students on campus. Lehigh applied for the 
.\rmy Specialized Training Program (ASTP). This program utilized colleges and 
universities for training soldiers and sailors. The ASTP transformed life on 
campusfrom I943-I944 into that of amilitarvcampus and drillinggrounds. The 
number of ASTP students outnumbered civilian students three to one. 

.Many facult}' in science and engineeringwerenowdrifting away to work 
on war-related research at other universities. By the fall of 19-i-i. the universit}' 
only had 3 1 percent of the facultv' it possessed two years earlier. By the spring of 
\^W. things were looking up again for the nation and Lehigh. A student 
explosion occurred when \'eterans started coming back looking to finish their 
education under the G.I. Bill. When the war ended, veteran students comprised 
65 percent of the student body. 

In the spring of 1 946, .Martin Dewey Whitaker became Lehigh's next 
president after the forced resignation of President Williams. ^X'hitaker ran the 
universit}- like a business and as able to get things up and running again. He 
encouraged research, athletics, and graduate programs. Whitaker also began 
increasing the size of the student body to approximately 2,600. 

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supplied by Bethlehem Steel. The origi- 
nal structure was made into one wing of 
the new building, which houses one of 
the largest universal testing machines in 
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t aboard meeting in 1953, the trustess unanimously approved amotion that wouldchange the intellectual climate 
of Lehigh pemianently. The university was now going to maintain the three colleges to the highest degree of excellence. 
Each college would service the other two, as opposed to the Business and Arts colleges solely serving Engineering. 

Duringthese years, LehighmaintainedastableundergraduateenroUmentwhilebeingselective and raisingtuition. The 
development office campaigned with private industries for endowments for scholarships, In 195 1, Bethlehem Fabricators 
became the first corporation to endow a scholarship, donating $20,000. 

In 1 954, money was provided to build a new dormitory. The dorm was built east of Taylor where tennis courts had once 
stood. It was named the McClintic-Marshall House and was occupied in the fall of 1956. Coxey Johnson anonymously 
donated money for a health center which was completed in 1955. The name of the donor became known and the building 
was named Johnson Hall in his honor. 

Even greater planning for new developments began in the 1950s. Bethlehem Steel joined Lehigh in acquiring land on 
South Mountain and in the gently rolling hills of Saucon Valley. Bethlehem Steel would also use the land for a new research 
center which would provide benefits to both the corporation and the university. The location on South Mountain was chosen 
due to it's proximity to the university and Bethlehem Steel facilities. The board approved the first phase of this plan for 
campus development in 1958. Almost immediately, the property now known 
as Goodman Campus was obtained and named Saucon Valley Playing Fields. 
These fields had room for a stadium, fieldhouse, additional playing fields, and 
graduate housing. Sayre Field w;is also acquired in the purchase for use by 
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A group of friends relax during 
the week by looking at new 
records. Photo 1955 Epitome. 

The McClintic-Marshall house 
was opened for occupancy in 
the fall of 1956. This dorm 
supplied unitormlv sized rooms 
with built in furniture and large 
lounges for hosting social events. 
M&M remained unnamed un- 
til one year after it was opened. 
Photo 1957 Epitome. 

Students and their dates enjoy a 
toast at the fall house party. 
Photo 1951 Epitome. 



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Beer on campus has never been 
a secret. During the '60s, stu- 
dents worked diUgently during 
the weelc and put all of their 
energy into studies, only break- 
ing away on weekends. Photo 
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This professor shows a student 
how to correctly operate a ma- 
chine in lab. Many students had 
qualms with the teaching capa- 
bilities of the faculty and expressed 
contempt with the tenure pro- 
cess. Photo 1968 Epitome. 



Many of us take for granted the tech- 
nological capabilities we have today. 
Here a student types his term paper on 
a typewriter. Engineers were using slide 
rules for their computations, too. 
Photo 1965 Epitome. 

This freshman proudly wears his 
"dink." The brown floppy hat was 
given to members ot each incoming 
class and had their graduating year 
stitched on. All Ireshmen were re- 
quired to wear their dinks during the 
first few weeks of school. If freshmen 
were caught not wearing their dink, 
upperclassmen would take their ID 
cards and force them to sing songs 
before letting them go. Photo 1698 
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uring this time the organization of Lehigh underwent many changes. The student body remained at the bottom of the 
totem pole but refused to go unnoticed. They had a long list of grievances and demanded a solution from university officials. 
Students felt a lack of due process with university regulations and disliked the ability of the faculty to change the rules without 
an\' legality. After a protest was staged against the Dean of Students' office, the university agreed to create student-faculty 
committees that would discuss, approve, and enforce policy changes. 

.Many new social and academic policies were developed over the decade. In 196I, compulsop. ROTC was abolished and 
mandatoiy physical education wils also phased out. The local cooperative college program, LVAIC, was formed with other 
independent schools such as Moravian, L;ifayette, Muhlenberg, Cedar Crest, and Allentown College. Students were able to cross 
register for classes and receive credit from their home institution. In 1964, the faculty worked on many projects, including 
reorganizing their departments, approving a pass-fail system for juniors and seniors, establishing a two day review period before 
finals, and approving many junior year study abroad programs. 

Vi'hile things started to simmer down on campus, they were boiling up around the nation. The \'ietnam War w;is escalated by 
President Johnson in 1965 and accompanied by national riots in the Los Angeles Watts district, Newark and Detroit. The student 
b()d\' had to grapple with the prospects of the atom bomb and the scientific and engineering perspectives, causing many students 
to fall into emotional withdrawal. Was destruction of this caliber the responsibility of the scientist that designed the weapon or 
the engineer who created the design? The military draft sent some students fleeing to Canada until the war was over, when many 
of them returned to Lehigh to receive their degrees. Leaders of the student body came predominantk from the College of 

Engineering and were pro-fraternit\'. Campus protests were organized and 
functional. The violence and destruction wi}s minimal in comparison to other 
universities, but the points were heard clearly. The student body began using 
these protests for national issues to display their discontent with the univereit)' :is 
well. The decade came to a somber end with the death of Martin Luther King Jr. 
and Robert F. Kennedy, and Lehigh was reborn into a vastly different institution. 




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n September 7, 1971, 128 women were enrolled as Lehigh undergraduates for the first time in the school's 106 year history. The 
integration of women on Lehigh's campus was not an easy task to accomplish. Many of the facult\' and alumni despised the thought of Lehigh 
as a coeducational university, not to mention the severe lack of female bathrooms on campus. A new freshman seminar. Human Sexuality, was 
created by Professor Ruth Hurley in order to ease the transition. Prof. Hurley became the voice of women at Lehigh during the early '70s until 
she left the University. The female students wore ties and jackets to freshman convocation and were asked not to use weight rooms in the gym. 
Ironically, many thought the University made a giant leap forward when the Female Caucus was originally denied support because it did not 
include males as voting members. The Administration felt the exclusion of males was discrimination, and did not fund the caucus until males 
were allowed to participate as voting members. 

Other strides were also made on campus. Professor Robert Folk led the campaign of a plus-minus grading system which was approved in the 
fall of 1974. A poll of the student body showed that 47 percent of students had cheated on exams and 75 percent had smoked marijuana. Drugs 
were not a rarity around Lehigh's campus. Beer did not remain the dominant escape route for students in the '70s seeking to unwind or relax. 
Students tried drugs to laugh, relax, experiment, socialize and be. Drugs became part of a major subculture and various inhibitions were quickly 
disappearing. LUST, the Lehigh University Streaking Team, was seen around campus in the trying days after four o'clocks attempting to relieve 
a little stress and even contained a few female exhibitionists for the 
crowd's enjoyment. 

This generation began to challenge the boundaries of the tradi- 
tional concepts of what is acceptable and unacceptable, 40,000 
copies of "Horizon," a student magazine, were burned by Adminis- 
trators at a Bethlehem Steel incinerator because it contained a 
campus sex poll. The student body was also concerned about the sex 
poll, they didn't feel there was enough sex going around. 

The decade began to mellow out in the end when more serious 
topics lingered in politics and the nation. A new president, Gerald 
Ford, pardoned his predecessor.Richard M. Nixon, while the energv' 
crisis continued when a major scare. Three Mile Island, occurred 80 
miles west of Lehigh. 



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Many male students thought 
the introduction ofwomcn onto 
Lehigh's campus would be great 
or their social lives. They soon 
earned that a 1 0: 1 ratio doesn't 
give any freshman or sopho- 
more a chance at getting a date. 
Photo 1977 Epitome 



Drugs, and their paraphernalia 
were widespread around cam- 
pus. Dexcdrine, Benzedrene, 
Marijuana, Hashish, Mescaline, 
Psilocybin, THC, LSD, and 
Methadrine were obtained with 
little difficulty. Photo 1971 
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Studying at Lehigh was an integral part of 
student life. This female student escaped 
to the quiet ot tables of Linderman. Photo 
1973 Epitome. 

"The college student by nature should be 
precocious, curious, and open-minded. 
He yearns to view realir\' fmm different 
perspectives, to open his mind to new 
axenucs of perception, and to expand his 
mental experiences. Experience is prob- 
ably the key to explaining the ubiquitous 
encroachment of drugs into the dormi- 
tor\', the fraternirs', or the apartment." 
Text and far left photo 1971 Epitome. 

Many Lehigh students were sent to Viet- 
nam after graduation. President Nixon 
ended the war when he took office in 
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Lehigh men have always been 
gentlemen. These faithful 
Brown and White'ers welcome 
the Bucknell Bison to campus 
by rinsing off their bus. Lehigh 
men were never very far away 
from a good old-fashioned 
prank. Photo 1983 Epitome. 



Most of the artwork on campus 
is on loan from generous donors 
such as Philip and Muriel 
Berman. The Bermans have 
donated many pieces that sti 
highlight the campus today in- 
cluding, "Between Classes" and 
the "Trees" on Goodman Cam- 
pus. Photo 1990 Epitome. 



Jefferson Starship was one of the first 
bands to play in the Stabler Arena and 
Convocation Center. The Allman 
Brothers, Aerosmith, James Taylor, 
The Grateful Dead and Chicago fol- 
lowed soon after. The Arena was 
dedicated to Donald B. Stabler, a 
Lehigh alumnus and trustee, who was 
the major donor of the 6,000-seat 
center. 

Sigma Chi held their annual derby 
days throughout the '80s. This event 
was in addition to the usual Greek 
Week festivities. These girls are work- 
ing hard to pull their own weight in 
the tug-of-war competition. Photo 
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pleaser. These two sisters share in the laughs 
,incl whipped cream duringan eventful ( ireek 
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\^ hccndotthe 1970 sbegantowind down with changesstilloccurringon and off campus. During the early SOs.students 
were not on their best behavior. Scandals were arising all over campus. /\n alleged rape of a 19 year old Muhlenberg girl led to 
thearrestsof 1 1 Lehigh fraternit}' men and three convictions for rape and conspiracy to commit rape. OnAprilSO, 1981 theCampus 
(]rawl ended in a riot in\ol\'ing 100-200 students at the Chi Phi fraternity house. The disturbance was created by students 
demanding beer at Chi Phi, shouting obscenities and chanting "Kent State." New social rules were enacted in 1982 to combat 
the lewd behavior of students. Parties could no longer be announced with signs advertising alcohol consumption and they must 
shut down at 2 a.m. This new curfew was not welcomed by students, but many obliged the administration. In 1985. the "Part\' 
Patrol" was created and required a representative to visit each registered parr\' in order to detemiine the availability' of food and 
alternative beverages, and to see if intoxicated part\^ members were being sen'ed. Alcohol consumption became a nation and state- 
wide concern in the 90s as Project Impact, a Pennsylvania program geared toward the curtailment of alcohol consumption, 
brought even more strident rules. The goal of Project Impact was to create a healthier place for students to live and learn by 
reducing alcohol abuse. The main goals of Impact were to increase individual accountability, enhance campus enforcement of 
alcohol policies, revise the tailgate policy, and engage parents as partners in the Universit\''s efforts to reduce binge drinking. 
In the 80s, a decade of women was celebrated at Lehigh. The field hockey program was excelling on the local and national 
level and placed fourth in Division II. More and more female students were also becoming involved with sororities. The original 
sororities requested pennission to move on campus from their previous Saucon \'alle\' locations and were allowed to do so in 1984. 
By the year 2000, Lehigh had eight sororities on campus. 

Major architectural changes were in place during the eighties. In 1986, after 
74 years, Taylor Stadium hosted the annual Lehigh-Lafayette game for the last 
time. The old stadium was torn down and a new stadium was built on Goodman 
campus. Five million dollars was donated by Philip Ranch. '33. for the construc- 
tion of Rauch Business Center. Completed in 1990. this large, modem building 
became home of the College of Business and Economics. Plans were created for 
the Zoellner Arts Center to pa\'e the \va\' for further development of the arts. 

In 1986, a $20 million telecommunication network renovation brought the 
L'niversit)' "on-line." Asophisticatedphone system was installed all overcampus. 
giving students voice mail, call waiting, forwarding, etc. The "on-line" neuvork 
also gave students with computers the capabilit}' to access Lehigh's libran' 
catalogs, external databases, and the ability to submit papers and confer with 
other students via the neUvork. Lehigh also expanded geographically, purchas- 
ing 650 acres of Bethlehem Steel's Research Laborator.', now known as .Moutaintop 
Campus. This purchase expanded Lehigh's territor\' to 1,600 continuous acres. 
Continuing the need to represent Lehigh as a well-rounded institution the 
newest and most controversial face on campus was introduced in 1996, the 
Mountain Hawk. The university' felt Lehigh needed a new mascot to more 
accurately represent the entire University' and not just the traditional stronghold 
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lie's Lehigh experience c;in be defined in many ways and through a variety of mediums. To many it is 
more than a catch phrase created by those who sit behind desks in the Alumni Building. The experience is controlled 
and perceived solely through each student. Some define themselves by athletic accomplishments, others by fraternal 
association, the more scholarly by their academic achievements and the real go-getters by a little bit of everything. 
Lehigh has a multitude of offerings and opportunities awaiting those students who make an effort to take full 
advantage of them. A weekend show at Zoellner, listening to poetry at the Drown Writers' Series, relaxing on the UC 
front lawn, cheering on the wrestlei-s, competing in Greek Week events, or viewing an interesting art exhibit at the 
Humanities Center all compliment our lives as students. 

It may be for these re;isons that Lehigh's alumni feel a strong connection to their alma niater. What is it that makes 
the older generations of Engineers trek back to South Mountain to watch the new Mountain Hawks beat the Leopards 
one more time? Is this bond something we will feel in due time? Bits and pieces of the Lehigh's history have been 
presented here to show the changes and similarities in the Lehigh experience over time. Students still work hard and 
play hard, but under a different reality. Whether it be your roommates, friends, brothers, sisters, professors or 
achievements and endeavors, something has kept you going and defines the experience you have encountered here. 

~ Editor-in-Chief ~ Jennifer L. O'Connell ~ 




A cute smile can get you pretty far Senior Karen Kelly performs with 
in life. Junior Greg Haas flashes the Dance Team during halftime 
his smile for the camera. of a men's basketball game. 



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\ ard behind Rauch and 
/ocihier, represent different as- 
pects of dance, chorus and the- 
ater. This sculpture is hked by 
many students and stands out 
igainst the landscape with its 
\ ibrant colors. 



Freshman wrestler Tommy 
Rohn concentrates deeply dur- 
ing his match. Rohn wrestles in 
the 1 4 1 pound weight class and 
will return to the team next 
year. Wrestling is one of 
Lehigh's oldest and proudest 
programs. 






Many students will never forget the 
countless hours they have spent study- 
ing in thclibraPi-, cramming at the last 
minute tor an exam, or working 
through the night on group projects. 
This student works diligently on her 
studio work. Creating a portfolio is 
one of the most difficult challenges 
.irchitccturc majors face. 

The outstanding architecture of 
Linderman Librar}' is highlx- com- 
mended. The rotunda and Gothic 
architecture were designed to repli- 
cate a Sicilian castle. Lucy Packer 
l.inderman Librar}' was completed in 
1 878 and named after the deceased 
daughter of Asa Packer. An extension 
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In Fond Memory of 
Philip Calcagno ('88 and '91 Parent) 
Gregory J. Malone '83 ^ 

Sareve Dukat ('97 Parent) ^* *0 
Robert McLaughlin Jr, '93 ^ Jj 
Philip Guza '67 ('04 Parent) ^ ^ 
Alan Merdinger ('02 Parent) Jj ^ jm 
Jeffrey Earle Leveen ('97 Parent) ^^ ^ 
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Garry W. Lozier '78 
Scott Saber '86 
Allison Jean Hortsmann-Jones '92 
Thomas E. Sinton III '83 




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\^ he 126th volume of the Lehigh Universitv' Epitome is dedicated to the memory of all, both in the University family and dur nation, whose lives 
are forever changed by the horrific terrorist attack on the United States, September 11, 2001. 

Four planes, armed with terrorists holding innocent passengers, crashed and created unimaginable sorrow and loss of life. Our nation and world has 
forever changed. Two planes cr;ished into the Twin Towel's in the heart of New York City's financial district, another smashed into the Pentagon, the heart 
our nation's security, and the fourth in western Pennsylvania. 

The tragedy brought out people's heroism and humanity. While students, alumni, family and friends of the University came together to grieve, they put 
their feelings into constructive action. A new scholarship fund was created to support members of our community whose financial situation was affected 
by the terrorist attacks. A Lehigh alumnus donated $ 100,000 as an endowment for scholarships. Students spearheaded a successful program which raised 
$20,000 for the Lehigh Valley chapter of the American Red Cross. Groups of students gathered around the flagpole on the University Center lawn and prayed. 
The counseling center sponsored support groups and Father Wayne Killian and Univei-sit}' Chaplain Llo\d Steffen held nondenominational senices. 




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/,c'/i(.i,'/i',s LYimpH.s IS rt/ii'a)is hu%\Xmg voirh. activity. Fresh- 
man move-in begins before classes even start in late August 
and ihc final Ixirtics of the year are held in celebration of 
Greek Week at the end of A/)Wl. Traditions are inter- 
twined in the lives of Lehigh students; they define who we 
are and u/uii we stand for. h is near impossible to find 
students who have never attended tailgates, the Lehigh 
Lafayette games, or seen the Turkey Trot. While Lehigh 
continues its time-honored traditions , it also begins new 
ones every year. This year introduced Firefest, a fireworks 
display that was shown at the end of the annual bonfire. 
While brand neiv traditions arise, others keep the same 
spirit each year. These activities 
give students social outlets through- 
out the year where they can relax 
and ease their minds. 



lailgatcs arc a timeless tradi- 
tion that date back to the very 
first Lehigh football game in 
1882. Tailgaters from 1981 area 
r()\Mh bunch, while some sis- 
ters of Chi Omega tailgate be- 
fore a home game during a beau- 
tiful fall morning on old South 
.Mountain. Photo 1981 Epitome. 
Photo .\manda Gontarz. 



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The 1 98 1 cheerleaders excite fans at Tay- A 1 982 Lehigh football player tears 

lor Field. Cheerleaders continue to cheer down the field toward the end zone 

on the football team today. Lehigh tri- in Taylor Field. Unfortunately, 

umphed with a 32-0 shut out against Lafayette won this game 10-3. 

Lafayette in 1 98 L Photo 1 98 1 Epitome. Photo 1 982 Epitome. 





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In 1 979, the house decorating contest In 1 980, it was still customary to rush 

was still in its prime. Fraternites deco- the goalpost. Students shown in this 

rated the exterior of their houses dur- photo on the far right attempt to tear 

ing the week leading up to the game, down the goalpost after a 28-3 victory 

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The Lehigh Lafayette rivalry is a time-honored tradition familiar to all siudcnts and alumni ai hoih 
schooh. The roots of this tradition date hack to May 14, 1881 when Lehigh and Lafayette held their first 
joint athletic meet. There were l4events,includiy\gtug'of'War, themile, halfmile. hurdles and high jump . 
Lehigh had an overpoivering victory, ii'inn!n,!7 10 of the 14 events. Football did not enter the scene uniil 
1882. The first match between Lehigh and Lafayette occurred the following year with the Leopards 
overpowering the Engineers 52-0. Lafayette's program was much more established than any of the newly 
organized athletic teams at Lehigh . The University had trouble formally organizing and funding athletic 
programs for quite a few years . 

It wasn't until 1910 when Lehigh hired Howard "Bosey" Rolaryi Reiter, a three-time All-American 
football player from Princeton, to coach the football team and head the department of physical education, 
that the football team was able to bring home more than a feiv victories. Bosey brought in a teammate 
from Dartmoiah and a few solid recruits to build the Engineers' squad. These players began t(; attract 
other strong teammates and the program used this solid fourulation as a stepping stone . The Engineers 
then became successful competitors on the football field over the next few years. 

Football continues to be one of Lehigh's most memorable traditions, especially the annual Lehigh 

Lafayette game . With 137 continu- 
ously played games , the game is the 
most-playedcoUege rivalry . Whether 
It IS at Murray H. Goodman Sta- 
dium, erected in 1988, or Charles 
L. Taylor Field, every student who 
has attended Lehigh has cheered the 
Brown and White on against the 
Leopards from Lafayette. For the 
past seven years, Lehigh has tri- 
umphed over Lafayette arui emerged 
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-J^u^ust 19-27, 2001 

The drive approaching Lehigh never feels quite the same as it did during freshman 
move-in day. The roads into campus were packed with hopeful frosh, apprehensive 
fathers and crying mothers. Greel< houses and faculty unloaded your car and the 
Gryphons handed you a key to independence. The entire week was filled with 
orientation meetings, social events and new faces. You met new people, walked in 
packs, often 20 deep, and found your way on the hill. You formed relationships, 
learned to live with a roommate and to share a communal bathroom. You learned 
what It was like to live away from home for the first time, and you realized just how 
much your family meant to you. The first pacing break was a milestone event; it proved 
that you were going to make It, The winter recess made you realize how close you were 
to your 'school' friends and how much you missed being on your own. By spring 
semester, you had this college gig down pat and were figuring out where you were 
going to live next year. You found the niche of friends your parents always talked 
about, and you were living through the best time of your life. Spring break came and 
went and by Easter, you realized just how fast your first year at college sped by. When 
you finished your last final in May, you couldn't believe the whirlwind you had just lived 
through; one quarter of your college life had just passed, before you even realized it. 
As you packed your things and headed to your summer job, you remembered how 
nervous and excited you were walking into your freshman dorm room, looking at the 
strange and new faces that were to become your family. As you turned in your key and 
closed the door for the last time, you thought about what an awesome year you just 
had, and how much you would miss the friends you made. Freshman year is full of new 
and exciting expenences, but more importantly, it is the catalyst to your life as an adult. 

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1 rom tup lu bottom: Jav Ross is quite the ladies man. 
rieshman Kevin Vikloss contemplates what his vear 
will belike. Photos Brian Rotante. .\fter setting up his 
new room for the vcar, K\ le I lartman walks in to take 
a good look around. Photo Sarah Goodman. Fresh- 
men members of the Marching 97 take a group photo 
during band camp. Photo Chris Klump. Outdoor 
-Adventure participants are able to enjoy a camping trip 
and develop friendships that last forever. Photo Patricia 
W.inl. 



Students are known to bring many things to 
tailgates, including their own solas. Lehigh 
football games bring many students together 
once a week for ftin and excitement. 



Lehigh fans made the 1 hour trek to Furman in 
South Carolina for the second round of Play- 
offs. Students congregate around one 
fraternity's tailgates. 




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Jatf Saturdays 

There is just something about tailgates that make even the laziest of students get up early on Saturday 
mornings. Boone's and Bagels and sunrise cocktails are plenty of motivation for many students, even 
those still recovering from the night before. Whether it is the barbeques, the music, the chance to 
see people's ridiculous antics, or just the time spent hanging out with friends; a large student 
population flocks to tailgates. One can spend two or three hours walking up and down the tailgate 
row, stopping at different niches along the way. Even though tailgates were more tame this year than 
in the past, students still managed to put aside all of their worries and enjoy a fun, carefree morning 
with their friends. Those students not interested in football are still drawn to the festivities at 
Goodman. It is definitely a good excuse for a mid-morning party. This year, the athletic department 
wanted to encourage student attendance at games and asked the student body to cheer on our team 
through half-time. As students party on the north side of the stadium, alumni and faculty set up their 
own tailgates on the south side. No one is ever too old to experience Lehigh tailgates, and many 
usually come back for more. Members of the classes of 1 934 and 1 939 came back to their alma mater 
this year. Those on the south side of the stadium were entertained by the marching band and the 
cheerleaders as they make their way into the stadium. With so many home games this season, there 
were plenty of opportunities for students, faculty, alumni and parents to come and enjoy themselves 
at tailgates. It is also a chance for students to meet with alumni in a more relaxed atmosphere and 
hear stones about the good old days. This old Lehigh event brings together ,. , , , 
manygenerationsof Lehigh fans to spend a fun-filled morning getting pysched shares smiles and 
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Among the nianvaitivitics at tailgates isgrilling burgers. 
Some studi-nts prepare a barbcque lor the hungry 
iri>\vil. Never too old tcn-njovlailsjales, aliiniiii rr visit 
their college years. 



rhese two groups stop their walk up anil down the 
tailgate lane to snap a picture. Many students arrive at 
tailgates two or three hours before the game begins. 






From top to bottom: Sarah Pickard enjovs tailgates 
with her father during Family Weekend. Photo Sarah 
Pickard. The Allen family poses for a quick picture 
while milling through the crowd. Photo Yasmin 
Dehz. Lehigh planned many events so families could 
enjov their time on campus. The Dance Team per- 
forms a special routine at halftime. The Mountain 
Hawk and cheerleaders ring the bell to celebrate 
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I'licnds, students, and familv 
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SeptemSer 28-30, 2001 

For one weekend every year, you will find Lehigh students rushing to clean 
their rooms, displaying papers and homework they did well on, and looking 
as desperate for money as possible. This weekend can only be Family Week- 
end. It IS the time when everyone's family members come out of the wood- 
work to see how their Lehigh students are doing. For some parents, it is also 
a chance to relive some of their own college days. For many freshmen, this 
is the longest they have ever been separated from their families. The weekend 
brings families back together to catch up on all of the new events occurring 
at home and those going on at Lehigh. The University sets up many events 
during the weekend to show students and their parents a good time. Before 
the football game on Saturday, the parents are invited to a tailgate lunch. 
Here they get to share good times along with good food while getting psyched 
up before the big game. During the football game, only cheers for the 
Mountain Hawks can be heard as the parents and students fill both the home 
and away sides of the stadium. After the game, it soon becomes time for 
dinner. Families may either go to a University dinner with President Gregory 
Farrington, or enjoy the local specialties at Gregory's, Apollo, or Bethlehem 
Brew Works. Some students may even take their parents up to the Hill to enjoy 
"parents' cocktails." Lehigh continues to entertain the families by inviting a 
comedian to liven up the atmosphere. This year Kevin Nealon got laughs from 
the parents and students. The weekend ends as families return home on 
Sunday, and students catch up on their work. However, when they leave, they 
leave having great memories of a fun weekend and comfort knowing that 
their children are in good hands here at Lehigh. 

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Right: Amanda Manthey, Alicia Hubley, 
Alison Markowitz, and Amanda Menig 
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The crispness in the air, the cascade of golden leaves in front of Linderman Library, the 
rustle of squirrels looking for nuts, and the ever so sweet smells that penetrate every 
corner of campus - the fall is upon us, and one of Lehigh's favorite holidays is here, 
Halloween. This is a time for Lehigh students to transform themselves into ghouls, ghosts 
and goblins. Friends become strangers as they show off their costumes. Especially 
welcoming is the nostalgia one gets as costumes of old times are resurrected, such as 
hippies from the 1960s, Brownie troops from one's childhood, and those scary prom 
queens from the '80s. Although the night is filled with typical Lehigh parties, everything 
seems just a little strange and mysterious. One can walk boldly into a room wearing 
something completely out of character - even a little crazy - and be applauded for it. 
Halloween gives Lehigh students a chance to go a little overboard, dress a little wacky, 
even alter their personalities to experience the unexpected. Costumes from all ages and 
eras come back to life on this special evening, and no one thinks twice about looking a 
little ridiculous. Many love the opportunity to check out the local thrift stores and 
Salvation Army to come up with their own creation, while others rent or purchase highly 
decorative costumes from local vendors. This past year the Gryphon Society sponsored 
a haunted tour through the woods of the hill for those not afraid to attend. Kappa Alpha 
Theta hosted a Halloween party for children of the community at Lower Cents, with six 
other soronties and three fraternities. Alpha Phi also hosted a Halloween party for 
children of graduate students and faculty at their sorority house. So whether you are a 
cowboy from the past, an alien from the future, or even someone from the present, you 
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Iioni top lo !)ottom: Charlotte Pirkcr and Chelsea 
Williams rock around campus as 'SOs alums. Jennifer 
Silversmith, Risha Mehta, Kelli Peterson, and Julie Wolf 
go back in lime with their colorful tie-dyed shirts. Photos 
Yasmin Deliz. Marjorie HotTmann and Jessica Craven get 
readv to partv like a rubber duckv and rock star. Photo 
.Marjorie Hoftmann. This bunch gets together with 
SuperTweetv- and Svlvester at Fright Fest. Kwesi Aasmoah, 
Khavia Lowe, Gibral Raphael, and Chris Lambert cel- 
ebrate Halloween at a track team partv. Photo Yasmin 
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Runners line up at the start- 
ing line, and listen to in- 
structions before the start 
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A grueling 2.6 mile run up the hill, starting at Packer Chapel, winding up through 
Upper Sayre Drive to Alpha Phi then twisting back down through Lower Sayre Drive 
and onto the finishing line is known by everyone at Lehigh as the Turkey Trot. The 
Turkey Trot is an annual event held the Thursday before the Lehigh Lafayette faceoff, 
and coincidentally a week before Thanksgiving. This tradition has been around for 48 
years and continues on despite its intimidating route. Many students and faculty enter 
the race, while even more come out to support their friends and cheer on participants. 
Contestants can run by themselves or enter in groups. Many academic departments, 
fraternities, sororities, and athletic teams enter the team competition. Runners must 
beware; thirst quenching drinks handed out on the hill are not always what they seem. 
A few contestants can be seen choking down the clear fluids they thought were water. 
This year's winners were, Jordan Vaughn, First Independent Female, Billie Morrow, 
First Sorority Female, Steph Nelson, First Team Female, Frank Li, First Independent 
Male, Zach Braun, First Fraternity Male, Mike Misioiek, First Freshman, Gale Fritsche, 
First Male Faculty, and Theresa Butler, First Female Faculty. The team champions were 
Alpha Chi Rho, First Fraternity, Palmer, First Freshman, Chi Omega, First Sorority, 
Information Resources, First Faculty, Men's Novice Crew B, First Independent Male 
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Students gather around the names of the annual bon- Dave Napackgot 2 3, how many did you get? The "Crawl" is 

tire on Goodman Campus. These girls take a quick very popular among freshman the week before the big game, 

break from the festivities. These two girls enjoy football, fireworks and friendship. 




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PRELUDE 

TO THE 

BIG GAiVIE 

9{gvemSer 15-17, 2001 



As Lehigh's team prepares for another meeting with our college rival, the campus 
prepares in our own traditional way, a week full of parties, tailgates, and haphazard 
fun. To be sure, some things are timeless. If you see sunrise cocktails on a weekday 
morning, the Marching ' 97 playing fight songs in your classroom, or the crawl up the 
hill, you know one thing is clear, IT IS LEHIGH LAFAYETTE WEEK! Students spend the 
week doing zany antics to proclaim their spirit. In years past, fraternities used to have 
a contest to decorate the outside of their houses; now spirit exists in other facets and 
events. Thursday brought the annual Turkey Trot up the hill; students, and the 
traditional bonfire brought bands, cheerleaders, football players, students and fans 
together and Lehigh ended the event with a spectacular fireworks display. With all 
of the events leading up to the big game, the energy intensifies for the Big Game. 



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LEHIGH 
LAFAYETTE 

^ovemBer 17, 2001 

As a reflection is certain to appear from a mirror, so is a victory certain to occur over 
Lafayette, at least as time has shown over the past six years. Instead of tearing down 
the goal posts, as in ages past, now our team tears up the field. With 1 37 continuous 
games, Lehigh Lafayette is the most played college rivalry in the nation. Its appeal 
spans across generations, from toddlers to alumni from the 1930's. Even students 
who tend not to attend the football games don't miss this annual event. As usual, 
tickets for this years game at Goodman stadium were sold out as 1 6,000 football fans 
come from near and far to support the Mountain Hawks against the arch nemesis 
Leopards. Fans, faculty, and staff screamed and cheered on the team. In addition to 
spectator support, the cheerleaders, Mountain Hawk, Wave Man, and Marching Band 
came out in full psyche. The Marching 97 invited alumni and friends to join them for 
the halftime performance, creating the Marching 107. Lehigh has created quite a 
name for itself in football over the past few years and the Lehigh Lafayette game did 
not let fans down; Lehigh emerged with a 42-6 victory over Lafayette. This victory 
clinched a home game for Lehigh in the NCAA Division I AA playoffs, and increased 
the home game winning streak to 22. 

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Fraternity show their support for 
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li(il(K true to liis iiaim- at tlir Lafayette game. Hrt-tlv in 
pink cluring tailgates, these girls get their niorniny 
started right. 



C'hei-rlcailers show school spirit. I i-hiiih students 
unlold the .^nicrii an llaii to honor the victims and their 
laniilics oi the ScptcinlHr I llh tragedy. 





The townspeople of "Fools" fall down as the evil lord at the top oi 
the hill throws water on them. Leon (josh Bombino) reads a book 
to two townspeople (Devon Battaglia and Dana Chehansky). 



The cast of "Cabaret" strikes a pose at the top of the show. Marjorie 
(Kim Anuila) decides to keep her rapist captive. 




FALL 
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OctoSerl8-26j 2001, ^vemSer 29-'DecemSer 7, 2001 



The Lehigh Theatre Department was as active as ever this year, presenting two mamstage 
productions and three Advanced Directing Projects, as well as maintaining a strong 
improv group and encouraging new actors in theatre. Starting off the season with a bang 
in Diamond Theatre in late October with the controversial play "Talk Radio" by Eric 
Bogosian, a cast of 1 0, led by the acerbic radio host himself, Barry Champlain, forced the 
audience to look at life in an entirely new way. Then, a delightful cast of fools led a 
schoolmaster on a merry chase to cure a curse of stupidity in Neil Simon's "Fools." The 
show, directed by Carolyn Shemwell as her College Scholar thesis, performed to seven 
nearly sold out crowds. Also noteworthy in Lehigh Theatre this fall were the three Black 
Box Productions directed by the Advanced Directing Class. " Extremities" directed by Ben 
Neumann '03, dealt with one woman fighting back against a man who invaded her home 
and raped her. Issabella Shields '02 directed "In the Blood" a piercing piece about a 
homeless woman and her family. Meredith Plaster compiled and directed "A Yet to be 
Titled Cabaret Review," a new look on love, which included songs and scenes from 
famous plays and musicals. All in all, it was an exciting and eventful semester for all 
involved in the Theatre Department.- 

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SPRING 
BREAK 



Marcfi 22-28; 2002 



There are some events that all Lehigh students look forward to each year, 
perhaps none as grand as Spring Break. In the midst of exams and papers, 
students get to break the shackles of college life and be adventurous for a 
week. As any college student can tell you, there are many different ways to 
spend one's Spring Break. Some people spend Spring Break going to great 
destinations such as the Bahamas, London, and Disney Land. Others enjoy 
Spring Break by going home to their families and escaping the torments of 
homework and projects for a little while. The Alternative Spring Break group 
drove to North Carolina to help Habitat for Humanity build houses for the less 
fortunate. This gave some students the opportunity to do what can some- 
times be lacking over Spring Break, a chance to give back to the community. 
The Earth and Environmental Sciences department took graduate and under- 
graduate students to Iceland for the week. Students were able to walk on 
glaciers and see geothermal activity. No matter where the destination, be it 
sunny warm beaches or luke warm couches, Spring Break remains a time to 
relax and reflect on college and the good times that have accompanied it. For 
the seniors especially. Spring Break is one of the last chances to reminisce and 
spend time with their friends before real life begins. No matter who you are, 
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in the hotel room from touring London. Heather 
Thomson enjoys her Habitat for Humanity' trip. 
.Amie Humphrey, Katie Shannon, Tim Dale, 
Amanda (Jontarz, RobMotch. .Mike Linck, Kristen 
Lennon, and Scott Townsend down in the Baha- 
mas. Photo Amanda Gontarz. Alvssa DeBonis and 
John Lagodney enjoy a dinner at Chip "n" Dale's. 
Adam Levis, Rich Pearson, and Ben Feldman enjoy 
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On a beautiful spring day, many cultures came together in perfect harmony on the Maginnes Lawn to 
celebrate the International Bazaar. Dean Sharon Basso and State Representative T. J. Rooney welcomed 
the Lehigh community to the day's events. The Office of International Students and Scholars sponsored 
the day in conjunction with the Global Union. Patrick Schmid, a student from Germany and the president 
of the Global Union, gave a speech. The Asian Cultural Society (ACS), the African Caribbean Cultural 
Club (ACCC), the Turkish Students Association (TSA) and the Indian Student Association (ISA) put on 
fashion shows, while membersof the Society of Hispanic Engineers (SHPE) danced to "Salsa con Coco" 
and the Hellenic Club entertained with Greek dancing. Soorav Karnik and Ashish Pattekar could be heard 
singing Indian songs and Brian Wright and Roberto Escalante played Mexican music on the guitar. The 
Chinese Culture Club (CCC) put on a martial arts show for the crowd. Yomaris Maldonado was the 
Mistress of Ceremonies and sang a Filipino song. Volunteers from Delta Phi and Delta Sigma Phi helped 
set and clean up the event. Many tables were on display representing many countries, cultures, and 
University clubs. The tables had different foods which visitors could purchase and information about 
different cultures. Covered in colorful flags, blending together against the green grass, the Maginnes 
Lawn became a place of cultural harmony where Lehigh students could explore many different and not 
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Aprif29-'May4,2002 

Whether you're going greek or just someone looking for a break from the 
stress in that last couple weeks of classes, there is one week in the spring to 
look forward to. Of course we're talking about Greek Week, Plenty of fun 
activities ensue during this week, giving a good time for a variety of tastes. 
Whether you want to see humiliation, competition, or fraternity/sorority 
pride, you will be able to have a good time at any number of annual events 
such as the Sigma Nu Dance Contest, Sammy Bed Races, or the Crow 
Gladiator Competition. After each house shows their originality and pride 
during closing ceremonies, the winners are announced during the big event 
the following day.Sundaze. Sundaze is University Productions' annual 
spring music event held at Sayre Field. This all-day festival presents a great 
way to relax and have fun, all while listening to such great music as the Gm 
Blossoms and the Pat McGee Band. Even if music isn't enough reason to come 
to Sundaze, activities like the joust and the obstacle course give everyone 
reason to smile and a good time to be had by all. 




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warm up in their Gladiator event before the 
competiiton gets there. The brothers of Psi 
Upsilon pose for a photo after their top notch 
performance in bed races. Sorority sisters com- 
pete in S,inim\ Ik-d Races in the Lower Centen- 
nial parking lot. Brothers of Delta Tau Delta 
show oil their bods while plaving wiffle ball in 
front ol their housi- . Joustino was inio\ ed bv all 
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JeBmanj 21-24, 26-28 March 21-24 ^prif 18-21, 24-26 
May 3-5, 2002 

The spring theater season started off with the production of "Miss Julie" on the 
Diamond Stage. An August Strindberg play about power struggles and class 
issues, this play and its ending stunned audiences. Quick on its heels was the 
student produced "Vagina Monologues," perfornned on Baker Stage, The show 
consisted of student, faculty and staff performers. A stirring effort to stop 
violence against women, the show has been performed around the world. The 
theatre department also participated in this year's Palette event, an occasion to 
bring all the talents of the students into the limelight. The biggest news of the 
Spring semester was the stellar performance of Shakespeare's "Macbeth." 
Comprised of a stunningly large cast of over 30 actors, this production of 
Shakespeare's shortest tragedy hit audience members hard as they watched the 
gentle Macbeth become a power hungry monster. To finish off the spring semes- 
ter, 10 student-directed one-acts in the Black Box series showcased actors from all 
walks of Lehigh life. The plays were chosen by the students and ranged from 
extreme farce to extreme realism. 



Women students ami faculty joined 
forces to perform in "The Vagina Mono- 
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plaved the leading roles in "Miss Julie." "The 
V agina Monologue" performers listen as the 
narrator tells funnv stories concerning women. 
Leslie Bauer helps a cast member get into cos- 
tume backstge during a performance of 
"Mjt'beth." Students work dilegentlv to com- 
plete the ".\tiss Julie" set. Students, faculty and 
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From top to bottom: Erika Riddle, Corinn Dembkoski, Christina 
Comiar, Lisa Harrington, Laura Irace and Sarah Piperato toast to a 
good trip. These guys enjoy another nice day in Belgium. Marjorie 
Hoffmann stands high on top of an Aztec temple in Mexico, overlook- 
ing the surrounding valley. This happy bunch waits tor a train in 
Belgium. Sarah AbduUa and Yomaris Maldonado stand in front of the 
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STUDY 
ABROAD 



'"Education Z5 an admiraSfe tfiing, But it is wettto remem- 
ber from time to time that nothing that is worth kriouing 
can be taujjht" - Oscar Wifcfe 

Not every lesson in life can be learned m a textbook. As obvious as that sounds, 
no one can truly understand that until they can open their eyes and see the world 
around them. For college students, it is really easy to become lost in the little 
community they form among themselves. Classes. ..work. ..parties. ..it is so easy to 
forget that there is a whole world surrounding us. There are some opportunities, 
such as Study Abroad, to provide students a chance to study and learn about 
variousplacesin the world, all while continuing their own studies. Not only do they 
get the opportunity to travel and see some of the wonders of the world, but they 
can also get the chance to meet people of different cultures and backgrounds. 
Due to events this year, most notably September 1 1, eyes were opened clear across 
the world. With these events on the horizon, not as many students ventured into 
the Study Abroad program this year. Many people worked toward getting to know 
other people from our own cultures, as well as learning and understanding their 
own varying backgrounds. With the world in a state of change, students joined 
together to aid and help our own societies instead of visiting other ones. It is 
hopeful that the world will be back in a calm state of grace next year, and we can 
work on expanding our knowledge of the world and see just how similar we all 
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Right: Afghanistan refugee and former 
Lehigh student Homa Nadera takes ques- 
tions from the audience during a fall 
lecture. 



SPEAKING 
OUT 

J^a[[& Spring Semesters 



While much learning takes place in the classroom, this is not the endpoint 
of all knowledge. Each year the university sponsors countless lectures, open 
to Lehigh and the surrounding community, which feature many incredible personali- 
ties from around the nation and world. This year saw a wide range of speakers, 
everyone from the former Prime Minister of Pakistan to one of our nation's most 
prominent trial lawyers. Shortly after the September 1 1 terrorist attacks, Homa 
Nadera, an Afghan refugee and former Lehigh student, informed students about the 
Taliban and the state of human rights in her native country. In late November, 
renowned lawyer David Boies was the guest of honor for the annual Tresolini lecture. 
Boies is most famous for his involvement in the Microsoft and Napster cases, as well 
as Bush V. Gore. The second semester brought with it even more interesting speakers. 
Dennis Ross, former U.S. ambassador to the Middle East, shared his thoughts with the 
Lehigh community on the upsurge of violence in Israel. As the year neared an end, the 
Human Rights lecture senes was just getting underway. The series, designed to 
coincide with the 30th anniversary of undergraduate women at Lehigh, started with 
a bang as feminist icon Gloria Steinem addressed a packed crowd of more than 600 
people in Packard Lab. Several weeks later, former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir 
Bhutto came and gave her thoughts on the ongoing war on terrorism. The semester's 
slate of speakers closed with environmentalist Julia Butterfly Hill, a tree-dweller for 
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From top to bottom: Fomier Pakistani Prime Minis- 
ter Benazir Bhutto addresses a jam-packed crowd in 
the Zoellner Arts Center. Dennis Ross, former U.S. 
ambassador to the Middle East shared his thoughts in 
Niarch on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Pat 
Carbine, a co-founder of Ms. Magazine, spoke as part 
of theHum an Rights Series. Casse\'Weierbach shared 
herstruggleswithasexuallyabusiveuncleandlifewith 
AIDS during Sexual Assault Awareness Week. Hu- 
m.ui rights acriwt and lawyer Halima Addou spoke 
outon the harsh conditions imposedonwomeninher 
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SOUTHSIDE 
ATTRACTIONS 

'BetfLlefiem, Tennsyfvania 

It IS Friday night and time to take that special person out to dinner. A ronnantic dinner 

for two in the Food Court? That is highly doubtful; you are probably heading out to one 

of the many restaurants located on the South Side. Whether you are looking for 

Japanese, Cuban, Chinese, Greek, Italian, or regular American food, the South Side 

can appease your appetite. During the past few years, many changes have occurred 

to the South Side's business lineup. The addition of Dancing Fish, Louie's, Wendy's, 

and the expansion of Cafe Havana give students a wide variety of meal choices. 

During the summer, Foodlane, the grocery store that was within walking distance of 

Lehigh, closed its doors-leaving the Lehigh community without a real grocery store. 

Students had to rely on Wawa or a ride to Super Fresh to stock food for late night 

snacks. Halfway through the school year a new grocery store, Ahart's Market, 

opened where Foodlane used to be; students can now get all of the microwave dinners 

and popcorn to sustain them during all-nighters. A new ice scream store, Udderly 

Delicious, set up shop near the infamous Lehigh Pizza. While new institutions appear, 

old favorites never die. The Tally Ho, 48 Hours, Wawa, Deja Brew and Goosey Gander 

are always swamped with Lehigh students. In fact, the Ho expanded to include a back 

patio to make room for more patrons. 

Right: Kate Lausch, Leanne Bewlev and 
Karen Miranda sit down for a quick bite at 
the Deja Brew coftee house on Fourth Street. 




Ilk. lliatlm rlioiuMju M-ardifs (liliiJi-iulv through thi- 
aisles of Ahart's Market, which opened half«av through 
the year. Middle I ell: Joe Oberlander jumjxs lor joy in 

Iront cil 1 )iinkin' I )iinul.s. 



Middle Right: Jo.sluij l.aluii reaches lor some Kool Aid 
at Wawa. Right: Lauren Garlctt plays games while 
waiting for a table at the new Red Robin on Catasauqua 
Road. 





> Plumes of smoke pour from the World Trade Center 
buildings in New York City on Tuesday, Sept. 1 1 , 2001 . 
Planes crashed into the upper floors of both World 
Trade Center towers minutes apart in a horrific scene 
of explosions and fires that left gaping holes in the 
1 10-storv buildings. The Empire State building is seen 
in the foreground. 




^ President Bush, accompanied by Secretary of 
Defense Donald Rumsfeld, examines the devastation 
at the Pentagon in Washington, Wednesday, Sept. 1 2, 
2001. 






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An unidentified New York 
City firefighter wipes his eye 
at the end of a funeral for 
Captain Walter Hynes of 
Ladder Co. 13 at the St. 
Francis Ronnan Catholic 
Church in Queens, New 
York, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 
,.;?001. Hynes was killed 
during the collapse of the 
World Trade Center towers. 




Fire and smoke billows fron 
the north tower. Mounting a 
audacious attack against th 
United States, terrorists 
crashed two hijacked 
airliners into the World Trac 
Center and brought down 
the twin 1 10-story towers. 



A fireman carries an American flag to ihc 
ighcst point he could lintl as Mayor 
Rudolph Giuliani and other olticials 
,'atchcd during the press tour at the site of 
ii- World Trade Center towers, the area 
noun as Ground Zero, in New York, 
Vednesday, Sept. 12, 2001. 





Thick smoke billows into the sky 
from the area behind the Statue of 
1 ibertv where the World Trade 
Center towers stood Tuesday, Sept. 

1 1,2001. 

>As rescue efforts continue in the 
rubble. President Bush puts his arms 
around tiretightcr Bob Beckwith 
while standing on a burned fire 
truck. 





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> Lance Armstrong, of Austin, Tex., flashes the victory 
sian after he won the Tour de France cychng race follow- 
ina tlie 20th and final stage between Corbeil Essones and 
the Champs Elysees in Paris on Sunday, July 29, 2001 . 




^ Sarah Hughes of the United States 
wins a gold medal in women's ice 
skating at the Winter Olympics in Salt 
Lake City in February 2002. 

> Casey Fitz Randolph carries an 
American flag during his \ictory lap 
follow ing the men's 500 meter speed 
skating competition. 





Jill Bakkcn and Vonctta Flowers, both of 
the United States, speed down the tiat k to 
,i|)ture gold in the women's two-man 
)()l)sled at the 2002 Winter Olviiipic s. 

■^ Alicia Keys holds up the five Grammys 
(he won at the 44th annual Grammy Awards 
n Los Angeles on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 
?002. 




\ew England Patriots kicker Adam 
iiuitieri celebrates his 48-yard game 
mning Held goal in the final seconds of 
I per Bo\yl XXXVI against the St. Louis 
Inns on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002. 





> Actor Mike Myers kisses the 
fa\orite motion picture a\\ ard 
he accepted for "Shrek" at the 
28th annual People's Choice 
Awards in Pasadena, Calif, on 
Jan. f 3, 2002. The awards 
recognize winners in film, 
teleyision and music as yoted 
by the public. 



< Harry 13onds of the San Francisc(j 
Giants hugs his son, Nikolai, while 
teammates congratulate him for 
hitting his 70th home run of the 
season on Oct. 4, 2001 . Bonds 
finished the season with a record 73 
home runs. 





Jim Shea of the United 
States starts his first run 
during the men's sl<eleton 
final at the 2002 Salt Lake 
City Winter Olympics in Park 
City, Utah on Wednesday, 
Feb. 20, 2002. 




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The Arizona Diamondbacks 
celebrate their 3-2 defeat 
over the New York Yankees 
in Game 7 of the World 
Series on Sunday Nov. 4, 
2001, at Bank One Ball Park 
in Phoenix. At center 
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> President Bush and Pakistani President 
Pervez Musharraf meet at the White House 
on Feb. 13, 2002. Musharraf asked for S3 
bilhon in debt rehef and other economic aid. 




^ Palestinian leader Yaser Arafat, 
speaking in Ramallah on Feb. 2 1 , 
2002, reacts to Israeli Prime Minister 
Ariel Sharon's speech. 

> Firefighters hose down debris from 
an American Airlines jet that crashed 
en route to the Dominican Republic 
\\ ith 255 passengers on Nov. 12, 2001 . 





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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel 
Sharon delivers a speech to 
the nation from his 
Jerusalem office on Thurs- 
day, Feb. 21, 2002. In the 
televised speech, Sharon 
said that Israel will continue 
to fight terrorism and 
terrorists with all its might. 



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helicopters prepare to 
onboard the USS Pelelii 
northern Arabian Sea o 
20, 2001 . They were fe 
U.S. Marine Major Gen. 
Mattis so he could lead t 
landing assault and estab 
significant U.S. military 
presence on the ground ir 
southern Afghanistan. 



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through the skv oxir JoshuaTrcr National I'ark, 
( iHf. in this 1 5-minute time exposure enchng at 

5:20 a.m. PST .Sunday, Nov. 1 8, 2001 . Two are 
I Uarlv visible at top left center; another at lower 
liil center, another at top leit. .Short coiuentrie 
lines in the skv are stars and planets. The Leonid 
^l1ovver occurs each November, w hen the Larth's 

irbit takes it thiough a trail of dust particles left 

n the Comet Tempel-Tuttle, which .swings 

I round the sun once everv 33 vears. 





Demonstrators place a barricade during antigovernment 
protests near Buenos Aires' Plaza de Mavo onThursdav, Dec, 
20, 2001 . Hundreds ol protesters demanding the ouster of 
Argentina's beleaguered president clashed u ith riot police as 
escalating unrest threatened tcj unra\el the Iraving government 
and plunge the countrv deeper into chaos. The death toll from 
two davs oi violence climbed to 19. 



1 lomeland Security Director Tom 
i(i(Te unveils a color-coded terrorism 
arning svstem c:)n March 1 2, 2002, 
Washinijton. The svstem was a re- 
K )nse to public complaints that terror 
..rts i.ssued since Sept. 1 1 raised alarm 
lUiout pnniding useful guidance. 



> Former Enron CEO Ken- 
neth Lav reads a brief state- 
ment liefore he asserted his 
Fifth Amendment right and 
refused to testify before 
Congress onTuesdav, Feb. 12, 
2002, in Washington. 





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Since Lehigh's establishment , the students , faculty , adminis- 
tration and staff have changed, yet one thing has remamed 
unchanged: Lehigh's dedication towards high-quality educa- 
tion. With the annual imjiroiements in acaiiemic ranking, 
the University has jmn'en that education is her top priority. 
From a student's perspective, lectures may sometimes seem 
unbearable and tests sometimes seem impossible, but it is 
comforting to kmnv that after four years at Lehigh, you are 
assured a respectable, reputable education. 



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Recognizing the value of the a horizontal Hne across the h 

Lehigh name and its visual ap- torn and a vertical line to > 

pearance, a logo was developed right where the word "uni\- 

in 1987. The name "Lehigh" sity" was written directly to i 

was placed in traditional capital right of the vertical line in cs- 

letters with tal, traditional letters. 



LEHIGH 




PRESERVING THE 



As a forward-looking university, Finding the need to further re- Itstill resembled the Lehigh 
the need to advance with a chang- fine its visual identity, Lehigh yet it contained more cla 
ing environment led to the ere- adopted a new. shield-shaped coloring, 
ation of a new logo in 1992. logo in 1997. 
This logo included a shield that 
resembled the Lehigh seal. It 
included vibrant colors, success- 
fully depicting Lehigh as a "lively, 
vibrant university." 



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University 




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In 2002, in an effort to create a Today, the logo contains the 

more simple and reproducible traditionalheart, sun, and book, 

design, a new logo was estab- and incorporates brown as the 

lished. primary color. 



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Introduced in iS65, the' official seal of the university has remained 
unchanged for 1 3 7 years . The seal depicts a sun over a hook on which 
a heart is superimposed. At its establishment . the Board of Trustees 
explained "the seal... in the upper part the sun on which is 



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inscribed the word Lux; behnc is an open Bible on which is 

written Veritas; o?i the Bible lies the heart bearing the inscrip' 

tion Amor; thus depicting the three persons of the God Head. 

J At the SlWxc time , these emblems indicate the Love of God ar\d 

^ ! yL Man. the Truth of Religion, and the Light of Science and 

*^0 A- Phdi)Si)phy." Today, the heart, sun and book symbolize love, 

^^ i^ light and truth — the three essential aspects of our hurruin 

^•<J ^^ conditum. TheLatinphraseinscribedalongtheperimeterofthe 

L • ^y" seal: "Homo, Minister, Et Interpres Naturae" became Lehigh's 



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motto, and xvas taken from the works of Francis Bacon. This Latin 
phrase can be loosely translated to "Man, the Servant and Interpreter 
of Nature . " 



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^ COLLEGE OE 

^TS & SCIENCES 




BOBB CARSON 

Dean 



ANNAl 1 STLAVAHF 
GAMBINO 

Associate Dean 




CARL M( )S|-.S 
Associate Dean 





IXCRil) PARSON 
Associate Ue<iii 



"The College of Arts and Sciences provides a 

learning environment that imaginatively 

involves students with faculty who are 

driving the intellectual development of their 

disciplines/^ Bohh Carson 



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ART AND ARCHITECTURE 




FRONT HOW: U. DlggS. P. Salemi 

N. Sine, P. Chou, W. Warfield, E 

Albulescu 

TOP ROW: S. Stametz. • 



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"// / andd change one thing, ahoia Lehigh L'niversiiy 
n umdd he with the growth and development of the 
music- dclyanmeni, especially in the area of wind 
performance. Both the choir and orchestra are al- 
ready well-traveled, but the wind ensemble has yet to 
leave Baker Hall." 

-Michelle Judd, '02- 



"In my 23 years at Lehigh , the Univenny has changed 
jrom a male-dominated, technologically oriented, 
cultural wasteland to a place ichere ivnmen are rela- 
tively comfortable and where the cultural lije is rich 
and centered in a beautifid veriue (the Zoellner Arts 
Center) . I have always felt that teaching, learning, 
and doing have been valued e^ideavors at Lehigh, 
although in recent years , the University seems to have 
chousen notoriety over excellent teaching as its mosi 
highly valued facidty contribution." 

-Paul Salemi, Professor ofMusic- 





"/t 's amazing to think about how much we've all 
changed in our four years here at Lehigh. We came in 
nervous freshmen wanting to find our niche, now 
we've grou'n into ourselies. We are artists and ath- 
letes, UTiters and scientists, engineers and econo- 
mists, and we are ready to dive into the next stage of 
our lives." 

-Sarah Cubbage, '02- 



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COLLEGE OF 

ARTS & 



"The most valuable lesson Lehigh has laught me is to 
pursue what I love. As an earth and environmental 
science major who likes animals and the outdoors, 
Lehigh provided me with various opportunities to 
participate in field work and conduct my own re- 
search. Through this, J was able to work alongside 
influential people, studt;7its and faculty." 
-Tina Randazzo, '02- 



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"The best thing about a Lehigh education is that it gets 
a lot of the students to learn to work to their capacity ; 
if It gets you to think and not just memorize , it is worth 
the cost to you and to society." 

-Keith Schray, Professor/Chair of Chemisty- 



"l am currently planning on majoring irt biology, 
although I have changed my mmd ni(mcro!(S rimes . As 
ei'er'vonc knows, biology is an extremely difficult 
major, however I feel that if I have an aspirations oj 
becoming a dcjctor , then I might as well find out early 
on if It really is for me." 

-Eva Hershey, '03- 



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l'A( nj )( ACAL SCIENCES 




I HUM KUW: z. >'u. L. Windham. K. 
Koriama. C Williamson. G. Beboiii 
TOP HOW: P. Zciilcr. D. Morris. D. .\nasiasio. 
F. Pazzaj^lia. .\. .\Ielizer. E. Exenson 

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ENGLISH 






ZIZ 



HKON I HOW. E. Gallagher, S. Moglen, 

D. Havvkes. P. Beidler. D. Keetlev 
TOP ROW: A. Singh. A. Bross. B. Kroll, 

E. Piter. V. Steele. J. Fergus. P. Ingham 



MODERN LANGUAGES & LI 




FRONT ROW: L. Lcfkowitz. A. PrietO, S 
Katz. M. Nicliolas. S. Cougiilin 
TOP ROW: L. Wolfgang. T. Bohlsen, M 
Andracle. K. Lee, C. Cook. M. Armstrong, 
D. Pankenier, M. Chabut, V. Stegmann 



JOURNALISM & COMMUNIC 



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F^RONT ROW: J. Lule, U. Uyinck, S. 

Friedman 

TOP ROW: W. Trimble, K. Olson, N. 

Ross, D. Wills, L. Lipko 



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II COLLEGE OF 

vRtS & SCIENCES 







"W'/uit has changed the innst in the seventeen years 
I've been at Lehigh is the use of technnlagy m all parts 
of Lehigh. When I arrived, it was the year that 
everyone got a free Zenith computer - our first fir 
many of us. E-mail didn't exist, there were no com- 
puter labs, and no one used BlackBoard for a class. 
Now it's difficult to imagine teaching without discus 
sion boards, having e-madcoversations with students, 
and having students do projects using the lnten\et." 
-Dina Wills , Director of Faculty Develop 
ment, journalism and Communication - 



"Lehigh has helped me grow stronger academically , 
socially , and emoti<mally . Academically , classes were 
hard enough to make me work, but not so hard that 
I jelt like giving up. Social(\, Lehigh encouraged me 
to play as hard as I work. Emotiorudly, I became an 
aduh." 

'Kristin Sargent, '02' 





"Before I came to Lehigh , people 1 talked to said it was 
as good as you wanted to inake it - how involved you 
wanted to be outside of academics. Lookingback over 
the four years I had here, that can't be closer to the 
truth. I see a significant difference in the person / was 
from the person I am now; a lot of that comes from 
what I did after classes were over. It contributed to 
m\ confidence inside and outside of class . " 
'Alison Kotch, '02- 



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COLLEGE OF 

ARTS & 




"When it comes to determining majors , / feel as if 
I am just about the most undecided student at 
Lehigh. However, J am cun-ently taking my first 
history class at Lehigh and I find is so fascinating. 
I thmk of history like a big story. If my future 
history classes are as interesting as my curreiit 
history class. 1 thmk I may have found my 
major .. .and that would be a tremendous relief! 
'Rachel Suna, '04- 



"One of the things I enjoy most about being a 
political science major is that the school offers a 
night-time class. I thmk its nice to have variati(m 
m the times of my classes, this keeps my days a lot 
less monotonous . 1 also find that I function better 
at night then real early in the mornijig. Although , 
this semester I did manage to get stuck xviih one oj 
those dreadful 7.55's. 

-Erin Ashcroft , '04- 





"People help each other here and are interested in 
each other's well being. One time, I droppedmy car 
keys down the sewer drain. The building mainte- 
nance man immediately came out, got a rake, and 
took the manhole cover off, fishing jor my keys. He 
found them after about a half hour, amongst all the 
sogg>', rotting leaves. That is the way it is around 
Lehigh— friendly and informal." 

-Dolores Rice , Corporate and 
Foundation Relations- 




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HISTORY 






1 i;< >M i;i i\\";J. Laibk'.ll.sic\ ' ubino. 

H M.iithcws. E. Morj>an 

l()|> HOW: F. Dun. K. Kersfh. L. Olson. A. 

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 




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.Moon 

TOP HOW : 1^. Menon. J. Engel. H. Barke\-. O. 

Smolanskx' 

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MATHEMATICS 




SEATED: C. Hsiung F^l-iOM HUW. A. Pilclici. S. 
Szczepanski. G. Siengle. \V. Huang. S, Kliabbaz 
MIDDLE ROW: R. Venkataraman. S Weintraiib, 
C. Queen, .1. Yukich. I. Nezhmetdino\' 
TOP ROW: T. Napier, G. Isaak, B. Dodson, D. 
.lohnson, D. Davis. B. Eisenberg, V. Dobric 




Fl«.).\ 1 K( )\\ . I ; I J 1 II II 1 1. 1 ;. !■( )lk. .M. siavoki. 
V. Dierolf. ,\. Kaiiotsk\', H. Oii-Yang 
TOP ROW: G. DeLeo, R, Shafler, W Fowler. 
\'. Kim, G. Borse, G. Watkins, ami D I Idii.l; 



PHILOSOPHY 






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FRONT ROVV:K. WcibS, H. Uilluli, M 

Mencielson 

TOP ROW: s Goldman, G. Beam 



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sRTS & SCIENCES 




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"/ hning been at Le/ii,i;/i tireiuv plus years , / have seen 
much, both positive and negative, and 1 have ma- 
tured, seeinsi things in a reahstic li,s,'ht. 
A personal story : my husband, Tony , was diagnosed 
with multiple myeloma in September 2000 during 
routine blood tests. We cannot say enough about the 
response oj co-n'orkers and some students to our 
situaiion. The concern, their prayers, positive feed- 
back and support ivas anw;mg. You never realize the 
impact you may have (m anyone untd you face a life 
and death crisis. This response has caused us to he 
very thankul for all thusc uhos/iou'edandeontinHe to 
show their care and concern." 

-Susan Verbalis, Administratii'e C-oordinator, 
t.^o/!ege of Arts and Sciences- 



" I have never been a person who was good at dealing 
cindnuinipu/atrng numbers. In fact, I findmuth tube 
biith difjicuh and frustrating. Therefore, when 1 
/omul OIK that Lehigh required all Arts and Science 
students to take one math course, I was really wox' 
ried . Hotieier , / am c urrentK' taking "'Math Thought" 
arid I mnv see a new side to math ; that is the analytical 
and more fascinating part!" 

-Amanda Brodbeck, '05- 





"T/ie unique Arts-Engineering program at Lehigh 
/las a//ou'ed me to explore both my lechincal and 
creatite interests. Its gives students the opportunity 
to take a variey of courses and earn two degrees in 
very different curricidum. \1\ decision to attend 
Lehigh was positively influenced by the existence of 
this /jrogram." 

-JennO'ConneH, '02- 



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COLLEGE OF 

ARTS & 



"The two most inspirational professors of my aea- 
demic career are Professors Mcintosh and 
Tannenbaum. Professor Mcintosh irisisted I under- 
stand how to use theories in real lije situations and 
Professor Tannenbaum inspired me through her 
passion for her field." 

'Liz Pierson, '02- 





'ii "M7 first official public event at Lehigh after joining the 
acultyin 1 982 uws Candidates' Day. I arrived atMaginnes 
Hall U'/it're we were to meet and greet parents and their 
eollegedionnd o//sf)rin,£;.What a shock icfien / found large 
metal coffee urns teetering on the edge of cloth-less folding 
tables, and dripping their contents onto the floor. Eien 
u'orse, hungry trat'eiers expected to be impressed with 
Lehigh were offered small, tasteless cookies at 8:00 a.m . I 
(earned my first important lesson at Lehigh from this: 
eiiniineniing is the same as t'olimteering. Next year we had 
i'hma cups, silver coffee pots and sorority fo/unteers to 
serve our guests." 

-Carole Corner, Professor of journalism and 

Public Relalions- 



"I knew I wanted to be a sociology major when I sat 
in my Human Communicaitons class with Professor 
Rosenwein and spent the entire semester talking 
about two awesome topics: music and relationships. 
All my friends made fun of me becasue I hioked at 
going to class as a treat. In most of my classes I find 
my self constantly checkingmy watch , but in Human 
Communicaitons I was actually sad ivhen the class 
period was over." 

-Stephanie Baxter, '04- 



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'wBUbMBm: 



:i( )!.( )( ,y <^ ,\.\ IHROPOLUGY 




B. Wiighi. K. Kmii, L. Siellen. L. Weissler. M. 
Raposa, M. Gaunier 



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CONOMICS 



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RICHARD M. DURAND 
Herbert F,. Rhiers Dean 





THERESE A. MASKl LKA 
Assoc iaie Dean 




ARTl lUR ii. KINCj 
Senior Associate Dean 



KAli ILiaiN A. IKEXLliR 
-Associate Dean 



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^^A major strength of the College of Business 
and Economics is its ability to build upon a 
recognized strongs traditional business pro- 
gram while responding to the dynamic 
information based global environment of the 
21st Century/^ Richard M» Durand 




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'U83 






BUSl 




FINANCE & LAW 




FRONT ROW: B. Smackev, H. FiSCllI, M 

Kolchin, S. Sherer 

TOP ROW: J. Maskulka, T. Schlie. J 

Stevens, M. Santoro. P. Poole, J. Bonge, R 

Barsness 



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COLLEGE OF 

^-ECONOMICS 




"Lehigh has enabled me to learn a lot about myself. At 
school , you really have to learn how to vnanage your 
time , which can be tough when there's always so many 
jun activities going on! But most of all, I've made 
same great friends here who have brought out qualities 
in mc ihai I never knew existed. I learned a great deal 
jrom my classes, but maybe even more from the 
wimderful people I've met here!" 

-Courtney Weiiwr, '02- 



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»J "Think about Lehigh over the last few years . You have 
a new president, new provost, tivo deans who have a 
combined total of time at Lehigh of less than three 
years , and a large number ofneiv hires across campus . 
In CBE alone, we have thirteen over the last jew 
years. So the real key is to move Lehigh fonvard but 
maintain the core strengths and traditions." 

-Richard Durand, Dean of the College of 
Business and Economics- 




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" / like the size of Lehigh -it's bigenough to offer a wide 
array of classes ar\d activities , but small enough to get 
to know your professors and classmates." 
-Mike Rahinovitz, '02- 



TAcademics 

LU85 



COLLEGE OF 

BUSINESS & 



" W/ieri / first entered Lehigh I was overwhelmed and 
perhaps intimidated by the prestige and caUber oj the 
school ,bnt] have now gained the confidence not only 
to succeed at Lehigh, but in my future objectives as 
well. I have learned that with hard work and dedica- 
tion anyone can maximize their full potential and 
achieve success." 

-Joshua Ehrig, '02- 





"Lehigh has taught me that with dedication and hard 
work any thingis possible . Personally, without Lehigh, 
I wouldn't have had the opportunity to work and live 
in London or become a published author." 
■Linda Murad, '02- 



"Houi has Lehigh changed? -The computer traits- 
formed everything! In 1 947 the IBM Selectric was in 
demand for typing. The designation "cc" really meant 
carbon copies. Multiple copies were prepared on a 
gelatm-roll harid-cranked device -or by mimeograph . " 
-Lynn Beedle, Professor Emeritus- 



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ACCOUNTING 




Q. Li, P. Gupta. J. Larga\-. J. ['aul. K. 
Sinclair. M. Ra\-. S. Liedtka. K. Collins. 
W Riown 



ECONOMICS 





N. Francis. A. OBrien. J. Dearden. V. 
Munle\-. w. VVeng. J. Innes. T. H\clak. 
J. McDonald. T. Waikins. F. Gunter. M. 
i:)cil\ . R. Thornton. L. Ta\lor 



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^^As a faculty we are committed to ex- 
cellence and innovation in research and 
teachings and recruit students with the 
highest academic credentials. Our fu- 
ture is very bright as we collaborate 
with school-basedy human service and 
instructional design and technology 
professionals to solve world issues/^ 

Sally White 

jAcadeimcs 




FRONT ROW: J. Lutz. E. Shapiro. A. Meizler 
L. Kern 

TOP ROW: G. DuPaul. A. Spokane. A. Moe. .) 
Baughn, w. Gates. G. Mayo. S. Bronack. J 
DiPerna. W. He\denberk. R. McAciams 



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"1 love the charged atmosphere here, the sense of (j^ 
entrepreneurship aiid vibrancy . I love it that students 
care about something and have (for the most part) a 
healthy ambition. The thing I like the least about the 
place is its over-dependence on alcoholand its overem- 
phasis on the desire to make a lot of money, but uv 
seem to be getting better every year. People seem to 
be figuring out that fun is not dependent on booze and 
cash . " 

-Peter Beidler, Professor of English 



'I think that the five year education program at Lehigh 
IS a great way to prepare students to be teachers, /t is 
nice to be able to finish school m five years with a 
masters degree . Thcfacidty is very helpful and through 
classroom observations and the use of technology 
based learning, we learn how to be effective teachers 
in today's changing society ." 

-Jill Selbo, '03- 





"J'm so happy to be in the college of education. Even 
though 1 have only taken one class toward my masters' 
I am already in a school and getting experience for 
when I have a classroom of my own. If the rest of my 
classes are as enjoyable as this one, I cannot wait to 
continue my degree and someday become a teacher'." 
■Julia Pimhatt, '04- 



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MOf lAMED EL-AASSER 
Dean 





HlCh l\HD \VE\SM\N 
Associate Dean 



PHILIP BL\ THE 
Associate Dean 



^^At the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering 

and Applied Science^ our core mission is to 

educate students through the integration of 

teaching and research. Our faculty are 

united in their passion for teachings for 

mentoring students and for creating new 

programs to enrich the learning experience. ^^ 

Mohamed EhAasser 

tXcademics 
-U93 



ENGINEERING & 



CHEMICAL 




l-RONT ROW: R. Weisman, R. Sause. P 

Sibel. A. Sengupta, D. Brown. J Fisher. ^' 

Zhang 

TOP ROW: J. Rides. R. Sorensen, L. Lu. W 

Ziiang. J. Wilson. S. Pessiki. G. Lennon 



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PC. ROSSIN COLLEGE OF 

•PLIED SCIENCE 





ehigh was a very conservative place when 1 arrived . 
Today , it is a dynamic and exciting academic environ- 
ment. The administration is takingrisks and investing 
to moderiMze the academic offerings , especially in 
areas of science and technology . " 

-Rick Weismun, Assistant Dean of the 
P.C. Rossin School of Enginecring- 



"One thing that impressed me about Lehigh when J 
considered it as a place to continue my education was 
the rich tradition and classic university appearance. 
While I've been here, I've groum to appreciate how 
Lehigh embraces certain traditions, but still strives to 
move forward. 

-David Leivanda, '02- 





"1 have always been impressed with the involvement 
and interest of Lehigh's alumni. The feeling of belong- 
ing to the 'Lehigh Family' is strong and alumni give 
hack more than money to their Alma mater. I look 
forward to being a Lehig/i Alumna and continuing the 
tradition." 

-Annclise Preslan, '02- 



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PC. ROSSIN COLLEGE OF 

ENGINEERI 



"The most valuable lesson I learned at Lehigh is that 
you can never succeed all the time and that this is 
okay. Everyone makes mistakes, but the key is to not 
dwell on them or get depressed. One must learn to 
move on because there is just so much more coming to 
you in life. 

■Faisal Khan, '02- 





" Without doubt, the admission ojvcoinen in 1971 has 
been the biggest change at Lehigh during my tenure. 
At the start, there were too few rest rooms of the 
correct designation. The station of Lehigh women has 
improved steadily since then. 
"In toivn , the complete demise of Bethlehem Steel has 
impacted every level of activity . Happily , this decline 
was spread out in timt' and occuned slowly enough 
that the residt was not disasterous for most residents . " 
'Ken Sawyers, Professor of Mechanical 
Engineering- 



"Being a girl ivho is heard at Lehigh is difficult enough , 
but beingagirl heard in the engineering school is nearly 
impossible. However, it is this difficidty that has 
encouraged me to achieve. In the past two years I 
learned the power ofbeingheard. I learned to speak up 
and to speak with confidence. Throughout life I am 
always going to run into people who try to undermine 
my knowledge , but my education and experience from 
Lehigh will help me to succeed in everything. 
'Sarah Friedman, '04- 



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x-lA ^Bn ' l<<i'pli>^- ■•- Zinimers, R. Storer. S. Wu. J. 

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MATERIAL SCIENCE 

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l-l^( )M l<( )\\ : I Kl( kiiian. R. \'inci. H. Chan. 
w MIslolfk, ,J. DuPoni. G. Cargill. M. Noiis 
K )l ' l^( )W: H. Jain. R. Pearson. A. Eades. M. 
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MECHANICAL 



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I I^ONT ROW: J. Coulter. IX Rockwell. S. 
\eli. C. Smith. K. Sa\\\ers 
MinOLE ROW; H. .Nied. P. BKihe. B. Lucas 
K )P ROW: .1. Grenestedt. J. dchs. T. Delph. 
U llariianli. S. .lohnson 



TAcadenxics 

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ENGINEERIN 



COMPUTER SCIENCE 





FRONT ROW: B. Davison, M. Schulte, T. 
BoLilt, S. Corbesero, D. Hillman 
TOP ROW: J. Heflin, E. Kav. H. Munoz-Avila, |j 
S. Gulden. G. Blank, G. Kessier, W. f 
Pottenger, R. Nagel i 



ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ^lENCE 



111 



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FROi\ I l;(i\\ M Whili-, I llw.iliK. I) ln\, 
A. Yener. B. Hrliclinian 
TOP ROW: K. Tzeng, M. Schulte, M. Hatalis, 
M. Wagh, C. Holzinger, R. Blum 



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"Lehig^h has changed a good deal over the years , mostly 
for the good, however the place is still jidl oj tradition 
as the alumni have a maji n influence in this place . The 
jaculty and staff work hard to make an impact in 
.students' lire's aiiJ the students are committed to 
obtaining not just a great education from an academic 
point oj view but also an education for life." 

'David Joseph, Director of Residential 
Services' 



'Since my freshman year the South Side of Bethlehem 
has grown and exparuied. There are now many more 
Inn activities and places that I try to participate in and 
explore." 

-Meghan Sm\th, '02- 




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"/ applied to Lehigh with the intention of majoring in 
ihe field of engineering, /t has always been something 

Mat / have excelled at and enjoyed. The variety of 
programs Lehigh offers, in the school of engineering, 
IS unbelievable .They really give the students the op- 
portunity to find the perfect path with which each 
individual desires to pursue." 

'Heather \iajczan, '04- 



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A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 




It has been four years - just yesterday and forever ago - that you and I arrived at Lehigh. You see, 
we were frosh together, and now we are seniors. You were the first class of Lehigh students whom^ 
I had the pleasure of welcoming to campus. Together, we got lost tryiiig to find all of the Lehigh" 
buildings. Some days I wonder it I have mastered them even now, though I'm sure you have. 



So much has happened over the past four years, as we both have made Lehigh home. Of course 
pothing could have prepared us tor the events of the final year, the tragedy last September. The 
ehigh community came together in extraordinary ways in the confusing days that followed 
September 1 1 th. My wish for you is that none of us would ever see events like that again. If we 
are truly tortunate, we won't. 

My memories of the past four years blink into view like the colors of a kaleidoscope. Fortunately, 
I didn't have to take any 4 o'clocks, but I do recall so many events and occasions: evenings at 
Zoellner, four years of winning football teams, the great women's volleyball team, the amazing 
Lehigh crew team, and more pins than I could ever imagine in that sport of wrestling that plays 
such apart in Lehigh's tradition. 1 think of the choir's tour of the Far East, the orchestra's triumph, 
"The Importance of Being Earnest," visits to fraternity houses for dinner where the food always 
seems to be remarkably good and the houses amazingly clean and neat, movies on the UC lawn, 
the candlelight procession to Lower Grace last September, and so many other events that 
punctuate my memories of the past four^ears. 




Now it is time to part. The difference is that most of you are getting ready to leave South Mountain 
for new adventures and new lives, all over the world. I plan to stay longer; you might say that I'm 
signing up for graduate school. ^ 

I ver\- sincerely wish you all the best for your lives. May they be rich in experiences, successful 
professionally, but most importantly filled with good family and friends. 



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As 1 have said many times, people count the most. I have found that the older Lehigh's alums are, 
J^the more their Lehigh memories are of people - trc^m teachers and coaches who touched their lives 
Wto roommates and fraternity brothers who became friends for life. The same is probably already 

true for you. In fact, even now as you think of what you will miss about Lehigh, it's probably people. 

These memories carry a message. It is a very simple one that in the end, people count more than 

anything else. 



So, as your future unfolds, take time to be a good person - daughter, son, mother, father and triend. 
Take time to live. Contribute to your world. It has contributed a lot to get you to where you are 
today. 




Remember Lehigh, too. Come back from time to time and tell us bow things are going. All of us 
will be eager to know how you are doing. All of us wish you good, prosperous, rewarding lives. 



Gregory C. Farrington 




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Vice President for University 

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Vice Provost for information 

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Athletics hare a played a key role thmiifihout the develop- 
ment of the I niversity. Whether it is the timeless tradi- 
tion of the Lehigh-Lafayette rivalr)' or crounin}^ another 
wrestler as a national champion, they continue involv- 
ing students and alumni through the years . Lehigh's 
athletic program expanded again this year with the start 
of the women 's varsity golf team. This brings the total of 
Varsity teams up to twenty-four Lehigh celebrated 
another victorious year as the football team became 
Patriot League Champs for the fourth year in a row. the 
men s soccer team had an impressive record, and the 
women 's cross country team improved significantly. 

The wrestling team also performed well in the winter. 
The grapplers brought home two champions from na- 
tionak. Rob Rohn and Jon Trenge. Both the swim and 
.Softball teams still consisted (ftop notch competitors. 

Left: The wrestling team as it was in the late 
1 800s. Photo LU Archives. Below: The foot- 
ball players celebrate yet another victory 
over Lafayette, demonstrating that Lehigh's 
competiveness has remained unchanged over 
the years. Photo Me^an Wallace 




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Below: The entrance 
Goodmayi Stadium. Theproject 
was made possible by a $5 mil- 
lion donation from Murray H . 
Goodman, '48. 



Right: The former Taylor Field 
at Packer Avenue and Taylor 
Street was the home of the Engi- 
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After 74 seasons, the Engineers played their final game in Taylor Stadium against 
Lafayette on Saturday, November 21, 1987. Earlier, a football was ceremoniously 
passed from Taylor Stadium along three mile route through Lower Campus , the Hill and 
the Mountaintop Campus to the site of the new stadium, marking the passing of a 
tradition . Named for Murray H . Goodman , '48 , who donated $5 million to the project , 
the new stadium was dedicated on October 9, 1988 during the Lehigh-Colgate game. 
One week earlier, the Engineers pulverized Cornell 27-14 in their first game at 
Goodman. The 16,000 seat, oval-shaped facility is built in a natural bowl at the bottom 
of South Mountain , which serves as a scenic backdrop . The stadium has also been named 
"Best Game Day Atmosphere" m the Patriot League for four consecutive years. With 
such a beautiful facility, it is no wonder Lehigh has not lost a home game since November 
15,1 997 , when they lost 24- 1 9 to then nationally ranked Delaware . In the 2 1 st century, 
Goodman stadium will hold the same significance in the hearts of Lehigh alumni as Taylor 
did in the past. Thanks Murray! 




Left: The dedication placard for 
Taylor Field and Gymnasiuni. 
Today only the gymnasium sur- 
vives. Far left: Goodman Sta- 
dium shortly after its opening in 
1988. The grass surrounding 
the field had not even taken hold 
\et aiid Interstate 78 can be seen 
being built in the background. 



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Right: Junior Matt Salyatcrra jumps fcir 
joy after a fantastic defensive play. Be- 
lo^v: The defense swarms over a loose 
ball. They have remained a solid unit 
throughout the season. 




Above: Senior Quarterback Brant Hall runs 
behind the protection of Junior Brad Sersch. 
Senior Abdul-Saladin Byron recovers the 
fumble despite being suiTounded by Holy 
Cross players. Left: Senior Josh Snyder car- 
ries for another tt)uchdown. 



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F OOTBALL 




begin each year dfcidiiii; on a word or jilirase to use as our motto tor the season. I he niolto is cliosen as the \\ ord \\c must 
w in order to attain our goals as a team. Each year our team has strived to live up to the motto it has chosen. In m\ three 
s u ith the program, no team has lived up to their motto quite like the 2001 team. In the offseason, we chose "together" as 
motto because we belie\ ed we needed to be more than just a team, we needed to be a famih . This \ears senior class was 
"ument a! in creating a l.uiiih atmosphere for our football team. W hen I reflect on our season. I can remember a specific time 
a each senior was askc li to do something, which may not have been in the best interest for himself individualh , but it was 
ingiJie team. Tliey ah\a\s put the team before the indivitlual and never complained about it. The seniors unselfish attitudes 
c contagious. Soon even underclassman forgot about indi\ idual accomplishments and pla\ ed for the teams gt)als. This > ears 
or class wa.s smaller in size, but was filled with many great leaders. The outstanding record of not just this year, but the past 
years is a testament t6 the senior class's work ethic, leadership, and love of the game. They finished their careers with a 45- 
."ord and were four time patriot league champions. The 2001 season was a fitting way to end their careers. The 2001 team 
itcd an 1 1-1 record, won tlie Patriot League (Hiampionship and the Lambert Cup (Ihampionship (best team in the .Northeast), 
special class left a leg:ic\ for the future Lehigh Football teams to li\ e up to. Each time we take the field next year, we hope 
an li\ e up to the legac\ tiie seniors have left for us. Thank you for e\er\ thing you have meant to this program: .\bdul Byron. 
' Ruckle}. James Casey. l.ukeCiannello, Quaison Dodd. Michael I'edasli, Matt (ilunt. Hrant Hall, Jay Heibel. Matt Kocher. Ro\ 
lis, Phil Pleasant, Josh Sinder and .Morris Taylor." 

-Captain Matt Salvaterra 



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Right: Junior Alex L'Heureux sets his 
sights on the next part of the course. 
Below: This runner keeps his focus and 
tries tt) maintain his rhythm during the 
race. Many runners contemplate their 
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competitorfromDeSaies. Right: Senior Mike 
Goff uses every bit of energy on his way to 
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CROSS COUNTRY 




Ihc men s cross c(juntr\ team fin- 
ished in fifth place at the Patriot League 
meet this year. Althoiigli their team 
linisli wasn't as strong as past years 
the\ received strong performances 
from three seniors and two freshman, 
junior Alex L Heureux placed second 
with at time of 26:09.3 seconds. 
L' Heureux was in a dead sprint to the 
finish with an Arm> opponent who 
edged him out by only 0.7 seconds. 
Senior Rob Black w as the second Lehigh 
runner to cross the finish line. Black 
came in 23rd overall in a time of 26:24.7. 
lodd Etters completed the race in 
26:42.4 which was good for 30th place 
overall. The freshman duo of Chris 
'i anaga and Sam Kirk rounded out the 
scoring for the Mountainhawks with 
3Hth and 39th place finishes. Yanaga 
completed the course two seconds 
faster than Kirk. 

This year's athlete of the year award 
was given to Alex L'Heureux. 
L' Heureux has been one of the team s 
strongest competitors for the past three 
\ ears. Rob Black received the Scholar 
Athlete award, which is given to the 
team member who most exemplifies 
the ideal of the scholar athlete. Todd 
F.tters recei\ed the Coaches Award, 
w hich is gi\en to the team member 
who makes significant contributions 
to the well being of the team in terms 
of attitude, improvement, or special 
leadership. 

The men's cross countr>- team \\ ill 
be graduating four seniors, Robert 
Black, I3aniel Contreras. Todd Etters, 
and Mike (ioff. L'Heureux will return 
to leati the team next year and work 
towards a top finish in the Patriot 
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Right: Senior Megan Ackers mentally 
revie^vs her strateg) early on in the 
race. Below: This runner sprints it out 
to the finish. 






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the start line. The Hull sisterS take the lead. * 
Right: Juniors Claudin and Lucinda Hull set 
the pace for the rest of the pack. 



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Tile women s cross countr) team 
lied 1 lol) (iross lor a third place league 
finish. Ties are only broken at the 
Patriot League meet when advance- 
ment to tile NCAA Championships is 
contingent. This was not the case, so 
Lehigh and Holy Cross remain tied for 
third on the season. 

Junior Lucinda Hull was the first 
Lehigh runner to complete the race. 
Lucinda finished fourth overall for the 
second year in a row. She finished in 
22:57.6 behind a trio of Bucknell run- 
ners and earned herself a spot on the 
All League team. Senior Stacy Rallo 
finished second for the Mountain 
Hawks and 16th overall. She finished 
in 23:59.0. Freshman Andrea Lucbbes 
time of 24:25.7 was good for third on 
the team and 25th overall. Junior 
Claudin Hull edged her way into the 
top 30 b) placing 29th with a time of 
24:37. 1 . Senior Megan Ackers finished 
the scoring for Lehigh with a 33 rd 
place finish and a time of 24:46.0. 

This year's athlete of the year award 
was given to Lucinda Hull. Lucinda has 
been one of the team's strongest com 
petitors for the past three years. Stacy 
Rallo, a materials science and engineer- 
ing major, received the Scholar Atlilete 
award. Megan Ackers received the 
Cloaches Award, for her positive atti- 
t tide and determination throughout her 
years on the team. 

Ihe women's cross countr)- team 
will be graduating four seniors. Megan 
Ackers, Stacy Rallo, Jennifer Reid. and 
Bridgid I'homas. The Hull sisters and 
Andrea Luebbe will return to lead the 
team next year and work towards a top 
finish in the Patriot League. 



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field with the ball. Below: Tra\ is Smith 
and Stuart Dovs'ling ^^'ork together to 
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Bison opponent to gain control of the ball 
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r!()01. the Lehigh University Men's Soccer team competed with the most elite teams in the coiintn . 1 he seniors of 
Kl2 pla\ed an intricate part in elevating the program to national prominence. Seniors BJ Hodsdon, Ben Kline, Colin 
I'shali and Travis Smith were part of the first Patriot League Champion soccer team at Lehigh in 2000; they also helped 
-( igh to achieve its higliest ever national ranking as seniors in 2001. Junior Evan Bruno continued his dominating 
> formance in the Patriot League becoming Lehigh's first All- American since 1989. The 2001 season started out on 

I ediocrelevel. with Lehigh going l-I-O in its first two games. Lehigh then went on to win 10 out of the next 1 1 games 
' 'leak into the national rankings. Part of the success Lehigh experienced can be attributed to Ben Kline's insertion 
n ) the starting lineup as a marking back. Those ten wins included six amazing shutouts. Senior ('aptain Colin .Marshall 
•t ted in every game of the season and provided the team with a great source of leadership. BJ Hodsdon anchored 
1^ middle of the park for Lehigh and pla\ed \\ ith a le\el of passion that Lehigh has grown accustomed to seeing from 
lii. Tra\is Smith was a ke\ component of a stifling Lehigh defense and displaced an unprecedented work ethic 
h aighoiit his career at Lehigh. As the seniors of 2002 graduate, the)' leave high expectations for the returning players, 
n next season should be another successful one as a good crop of incoming freslinien enter the program and the 

II erclassmen attempt to fill the shoes of the departing seniors. 



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ball loose from her opponent. Belo^v■. 
Junior Wendi Croft boxes out to main- 
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Above; Senior Michi Matter uses focus and 
balance to wind up for a clear upfield. Sopho- 
more Anne Johnson tenaciously approaches the 
ball constantly keeping her mind two plays ahead 
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I he 2001 Women's Soccer team experienced a season of highs and lows. Overall, the teams record did 
t)t reflect the committment, dedication, and hardwork that each player demonstrated during the season. 
i.'nior> Jennifer Karpovich, Michi Matter and Marissa Williams were key players who displayed leadership 
I ad will be missed in 2002. The Mountain Hawks return many of their starting players and are optimistic 
i.it 2002 will be a better year. Junior co-captain (ihristene Banda was a force for Lehigh and will be one 
I llie team s liiggest assets in 2002. Highlights of the season in Patriot League play include a thrilling 1- 
win over Colgate, a 1-0 last second victory over Army and freshman goalkeeper Erin Iwaskiewicz being 
anied Patriot League Player of the Week. The Lehigh Women's Soccer players epitomize the definition 
(a Lehigh student athlete by receiving the highest GPA in the Athletic Department at 3.33"^ Lehigh will 
ui k toward a Patriot League Tournament appearance in 2002 and looks foward to next year's challenge." 

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^ competitor and regains possession. 
Belo^^ : Senior Cindy Tindall recovers 
on a loose ball and brings it back into 
play. Bottom: Senior Michelle Wildgen 
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1 op: Players celebrate when a well earned 
goal is scored. Shelley Trumbore, Jenny 
Leliman and Stephanie Hahn embrace and 
show their enthusiasm on the field. Bottom: 
The team huddles together on the field during a 
time-out. 



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« )ftt.nsc oriented 200J Lchit;!! I ni\ci>it\ I'icld Hockc) team i)Lit>liot their opponents e\er\ game, but eoiild not manage 
f d tlie back of tlie net. SeniorJenn\ Leliman and sophomore Blairc Goodw in led scoring witli five goals each. Senior Cindy 
1 ill led the team w itli 1 ~ total points. Tindall recorded four goals and nine assists, and was named to the Ail-Patriot League 
- I 1111 and also selectetl to participate in NFHCIA Division I Senior All-Star (iame. .\n(nher Mountain Haw k.. lane Knowles. 
' ccei\ ed second team all-league honors. Knowles recorded six assists this season as a senior, but her real contribution w as 
I • hean of the defense Coach .Michelle I inegan couldn t be happier for both Cindx and jane. " they w ill both be greatly 
•^dnext season. The team graduates six seniors, but their leadership remains behind for the young teams future success. 



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ht: Sophomore Jeannctte Singleton 
ready to bump the ser\'e over to a 
teammate. Below: Senior Co-Captain 
Jillian Thein-Wai starts to reach up for a 
close block against the net. 





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blocks the ball in a match against Wagner. 
The Lady Hawks won all three matches 
against Wagner. Left: Freshman Dana Van 
den Eikhof puts her all into a spike. 



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known for the Mipgcj 
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another. Senior Ki 
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lis past season was a hcartbreaker. We prox cd that being a small team in tlic Patriot League and being 
ked to finish fourth in the preseason poll, wasn t going to stop us from being successful. Our hard work 
1 1 dedication to our missions helped us accomplish several goals and do things that no other Lehigh 
le\ ball team has ever done. We finished second overall in the regular season and beat Colgate at home. 
>, the road is what really counted, and once again we beat Lafayette, both times, llnfortunateh our will 
tl desire couldn't carr\ us past the semifinals of the Patriot League Championship and our season would 
il short of the NCAA tournament we all dreamed of attending. As a senior I will look back and remember 
I" commitment, dedication, and never cjuit attitude it takes to be a part of the Lehigh \()lle>ball program. 



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Right: Tlie Cheerleaders can always be 
found on the sidelines cheering on the 
Mountain Hawks. Below: Senior Tricia 
Kurz leads the girls in chant \\'ith the 
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Above: This cheerleader smiles and waves at 
the crowd. Tlie C^heerleadershave supported 
the football team through some amazing 
\ictories this season. left: The Mountain 
Hawk looks on at the cheerleaders, wishing 
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1 he Ixlii^li (hcerlcadinj; squad is 
ven' busy during its seven month sea- 
son. The girls cheer during both the 
football and basketball seasons, lead- 
ing the Mountain Hawks on to vic- 
tory. They arc proud to have contrib- 
uted to Lehigh's reign as Patriot League 
(Champions, as well as its repeated 
victories in the traditional Lehigh- 
Lafayette rivalry. The girls also take 
part in upholding some of Lehigh s 
traditions on the field and on the 
court. The Patriot League Tournament 
is something they look forward to 
traveling to at the close of each bas- 
ketball season. 

Aside from their duties at the games, 
the Lehigh C^heerleading squad is in- 
solved in other acti\ities. In the sum- 
mer they attend UCA camps to im- 
prove their skills and learn fresh mate- 
rial. They are interested in moving to 
the competitive level, and have re- 
ceived a bid to go to the I 'CA National 
(k)mpetition. Throughout the school 
year, they also make appearances, rep- 
resenting Lehigh University. The 
squad has had three coaches in the 
past four years, and has faced tn. ing 
times. These experiences have fos- 
tered bonding and helped form friend- 
ships both at practice and outside of 
cheerleading. 

Co-captains Laura Irace and Patricia 
Kur/ made quite a unique pair. They 
combined their indi\idual strengths 
to lead the team. Together their dem- 
onstration of friendship, trust, dedi- 
cation and skill remind the team con- 
stantly of what they strive for in 
cheerleading. As the squad bids their 
co-captains and only seniors farewell. 
lhe\ w ish them the best of luck in the 
future. Thank you for all of the time 
and energy you have devoted to the 
team. 



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swimmer straps on liis goggles before 
jumping in for his warm-up. Below: After 
a close finish tliis swimmer turns to look 
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Above: The butterfly stroke makes quite a 
splash as this swimmer heads down the lane. 
This swimmer turns his head for a breath 
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Swimming 




Tlic Mens Swimming; and l)i\ing team regained control ot the l^atriot League this \ear. Alter placing second last \ear. the 
men were ready to wear their crowns again. They tallied 69 i p()ints to win the Patriot League meet, edging out American, 
a new edition to the League. The men received strong performances from several swimmers. Junior Bing Padmasankha 
owned the freestyle e\ ents. finishing first in the 50 yard free. 1 00 \ ard free and second in the 200 \ard free. Junior Ian ( .illen 
recorded a second place finish in the 100 yard backstroke and finished third in the 100 >ard butterfly. Sophomore Brian 
Golebiewski swam the 1 dSO yard freestyle in 1 6; 1 2.6 1 to earn first and tabbed a tliird place finish in the 200 yard backstroke. 
The mens 200 yard niedle\ relay. 800 yard freestyle relay and 400 yard freestyle relay all placed second. Sophomore Brian 
Golebiewski and juniors Bing Padmasankha and Ian Gillen received spots on the All League team. Tliis is the second year 
Golebiewski has swam his w a\ onto the .Ml League team antl the third time for Padmasankha and dillen. 



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Right; This swimmer completes the fi- 
nal leg of her breast stroke event. Be- 
low: Cooling down at the wall after a 
tough race lets this swimmer regain her 
breath. 







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makes her way dow 
the lane in hopes of pla< 
ing in the top three. 



Above: This swinuner jumps in for a quick 
warmup before her event. This tierce com- 
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\'iniens swimming and diving program tinislicd tburth at the Patriot League Meet this season ending their reign as 

'lis. Despite the fourth jilace finisli the women were able to break four school records. Senior Lauren Ayres finished 

\ ard freestyle in 5:tH).5~ and received the onl\ first place finish for the women s team. Ayres also set a new school record 

I (>50 yard freestyle with a time of 1": 13-44 which earned her a second jM ace finish. Freshman Shannon Seckinger also 

\\ school record in the 200 >ard backstroke with a time of 2:06. S8 Freshman Amanda W arrick finished fourth in the 16S0 

esnle and fifth in the lOO yard individual medlex . .\yres, Warrick, Missy Capone and Laura (iabr> nowicz took third in 

> ard free relay, breaking the old record \\ith a new timeof ~:-4l.4l. The women's 200 yard freestyle relay team touched 

ill at 1:38.06 to earn fourth jijaceand set the fourth new record. Senior Lauren A\ res and Freshman Amanda Warrick were 

I named members of the All League team for their performances in the individual events. 



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he dribbles the ball around himself to 
throw off the defense. Below: Alan 
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as he passes dow^nconrt to a teammate. 




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presence to overcome his defender and 
put up two points. Right: Alex Jensen 
takes the ball down court with record 
speed and accurate precision. 



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BASKETBALL 





The men's basketball nam bad a lough sea- 
son \\ iili liighs and lous inlermiitent tlirough- 
oLii ilie sclicdiile. The team members are known 
lor (lie wa\' they always find a reason to belie\e 
aiul how ilieN can hi- ilii- nioM lieartlelt com- 
|")elilors e\en in lough limes. 

W lien Lehigh piaved l.alaxelle tor the sec- 
ond time in the season they had a 4-21 record 
and were on a 10 game losing streak, but tlie\ 
tlidn't let the numbers inhibit their pertor- 
mance. The hustle and emotion brought onto 
ilie court during their final game was that of 
champions. Their energy was powertul and 
!( )cused. Senior Hobby .Mbom hit a turnaround 
jtimper, backed his wa\ into a no look reverse 
layup and made a steal from his knees on the 
Leopards end of the court. juniorMattLogiehit 
.^-pointers one after another. Junior Alan doff 
had 1 5 points in the first 20 minutes, as Lehigh 
beat Lafayette up the floor everv' time. The 
Mountain Hawks had 43-42 lead six minutes 
before halftime. rnforlunately the Hawks 
couldn t hold on, and Lafa\ette was able to 
close in on them. Lehigh suffered another frus- 
trating loss to the hands of their arch ri\al by a 
mere five points. Eleven of the Hawks 2^ total 
losses came at deficits of less than seven points, 
including a heart breaker to Na\T lost in over- 
time. The basketball team has really been able 
to maintain their competitiveness. Junior .Matt 
Logic pointed out that many teams with similar 
losing streaks are getting bknvn awa)- b\- twent\ 
and ihiru point losses. This is not the case with 
the Mountain Hawks, they just need to make 
the final finish happen. 

Junior Matt Logie reached a milestone in his 
career, reaching the 1 .000 point mark. He scored 
3 1 points on Februar\- 16. 2002 to become the 
23rd player and seventh underclassmen in 
Lehigh histon- to reach the plateau. Logie was 
nominated to the All League Second team for 
the second \ ear in a row and was niembcr of the 
/Vll Rookie team his freshman >ear. Freshman 
Eric Heil also received League honors w hen he 
\\ as voted to the All Rookie team. Heil led the 
league in blocks with 33. and had a career high 
of eight against Swarthmore. 

Seniors Scott Taylor and Bobby Mbom ended 
their college playing careers in the Hawks final 
game against .\merican in the Patriot League 
loumament . Ta\ lor recei\ed the Coaches award 
at the annual banquet. 



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Right; Junior Billi Ford stares in determi- 
nation as slie contemplates her next move 
on the court. Below: Anne Tiemey 
is just toi) quick for her IIMBC counter- 
part as she dribbles the ball to victor>'. 






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ball. Right: Anne I'ierney throws the ball 
right over her opponent s head for a three- 
pointer. 




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\V illi a 12-16 record, the women s bas- 
ketball team finished the season third in 
Patriot League standings. The 2001-02 
i lawks were a young bimch, but not inex- 
perienced. The team returned eight pla\ - 
ers from last year's record-setting team, 
\\ hich came within one game of an NCAA 
lournament berth. With one-third of the 
team lieing comprised of freshmen, one 
challenge that this year's team faced was 
integrating the newcomers into Lehigh's 
style of play, since almost ever\'()ne saw 
significant phi) ing time. 'I'he Lady Moun- 
tain Hawks rose up to this challenge and 
persevered. 

The season came to an unfortunate end 
in March when Lehigh lost a hard-fought 
battle to Army in the in the tlrst round of 
the Patriot League Tournament. Despite 
going an eight-minute stretch without a 
field goal and just four free throws, Lehigh 
managed put together a late 11-1 run to 
end the first half and go into the locker 
room tied at 28. Pla} ing with a fractured 
left hand, junior Anne Tierne)' scored 
eight points and pulled down seven re- 
bcnmds for Lehigh. 

Forall of her efforts, Tierney was named 
both the Athlete of the Year, presented to 
the team member who makes the most 
outstanding athletic contribution to the 
accomplishments of the team, and Scholar- 
Athlete of the Year. Tierney captured both 
honors after leading the team in scoring 
and rebounding on the court. 

Other pla\ers recei\ ing awards this year 
were Sophomore Erin (iilliland, winner of 
the Coach's Award and junior (]at 
Nicholson, who was named the Patriot 
League's Women's Basketball Scholar-Ath- 
lete of the Year. 

All eyes will be on this up and coming 
team next season as it looks toward a\ eng- 
ing its loss in the Patriot League Tourna- 
ment and capturing the league title. 



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Right: Alexandre L'Heureux takes the 
lead at the Lehigh/Lafayette duel. This 
loss was devastating for Lehigh. Below: 
Andrew Racz cools down after an ex- 
hilarating race. 






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Above; This player shot puts at the Lehigh- 
Lafayette duel meet. After completing a race, 
it is often necessary' to rest and take a breath. 
Right: Chris Lambert pole vaults at a duel 

meet. 




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Indoor Tfick 




lor e\cn team. \\ hcihcr high schocjl 
or college, the hardest thing to do is to 
come together as a team on that one 
special da) when your heart beats like its 
coming out of your chest, and you feel 
like no one in the world could even come 
close to your future performance. 
Lehigh s own track team started the in- 
door season \\ ith great expectations this 
\ ear. \\ ith the loss of middle distance 
nmner Steve Richardson. Cm\ training 
partner last season), and junior T<jdd 
Johnson, it seemed that our dreams were 
impossible to reach. And so we began, 
and indeed we struggled. It seemed like 
the spirit was drifting away with c\er\ 
meet. Lehigh/Lafa) ette came and our loss 
to them was difficult to bear. Patriots 
came and we all seemed destined to get 
better as a whole, but we failed again. 
.\nd so we looked back upon our past 
performances, we then realized that in 
ever\- meet that we participated in this 
year, we all ran faster and jumped and 
threw farther then we ever had before. 
We all had personal bests. We later real- 
ized that it was not the team that had 
failed, but the competition that grew. 
Finally, there is someone out there who 
dares challenge the Lehigh track team. 
Congratulations to Lafayette, they truly 
beat us fair and square. As for us. we 
remain unbroken and our hearts are stilJ 
in the game. This indoor track season has 
been ver\- hard on us all. nevertheless. I 
believe it to be a good kick in the rear for 
outdoor season. We are after all a better 
team for it and we are sure to measure up 
to the competition when outdoor season 
begins. As for myself, nationals are not far 
away and with a little luck and determina- 
tion. I might just get there. Go Lehigh!" 

-.\lexandre LHeureux 



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Right: A Lady Mountain Hawk pre- 
pares to shotput at the Lehigh/ 
Lafayette duel meet. Below: The 
Lehigh women dominate over 
Lafayette in many of the races. 







Above: A Lady Mountain Hawk cools down 
after an intense race. Right: Justina Barone 
hurdles past Lafayette, winning the 60 meter 
hurdles in a time of 9.20 seconds. 



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1 lie Lchigli vvonicn s indoor track and 
field team returned a .strong, experi- 
enced team this season comprised of 
nine seniors, ten juniors and six sopho- 
mores. Sixteen freshmen also took part 
in this amazing season, gaining wisdom 
from the iipperclassmen and displaying 
their skills in many events. 

The lady Mountain Hawks had an ama/ 
ing season, and the two wins against 
Lafayette were the most exhilarating. 
During the first Lafa>ette duel meet, 
Lehigh women beat Lafayette for the 
first time in 14 years, by a score of 92-89, 
and carried home the Bryan Mundy Tro- 
pin with pride. The team united as jun- 
ior Justina Barone and sophomore Katie 
Dukatz tied to in the high jump with a 
5'4.25", Barone later won the 60 meter 
hurdles, and the 400 meter and 200 
meter sprints. First places at the meet 
were also made by other Lehigh women: 
junior Lucinda Hull in the 3000 meter 
run, sophomore Magi Miller for the 500 
meter dash, freshman Jessica McCreary 
in the long jump, junior Yasmin Deliz for 
the shot put and senior Suzanna 
Kilingensmith in the 20 pound weight. 

The win against Lafayette was not only 
an important victory for the women, it 
was a precursor to the rest of the season 
and what was to come in the spring. 



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Right: Michael Pirozzoia has his oppo- 
nent in a hold. Below: Sophomore Mario 
Stuart works to get a handle on liis com- 
petition . Stuart " s first two seasons out on 
the mat have been impressive. 





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Above: Sophomore Tcii 
Rohn uses balance and e 
to regain positioning dl 
his match. 



Above: A Lehigh wrestler grapples with his 
Pittsburgh opponent, only to come out on 
top in the end. This wrestler taunts his 
opponent, who backs away in fear. 




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WRESTLING 




luMx'higli wrestling progruiiilKi^ enjoyed succevsLxcr since \\illianiSlKridaiicanK- to l.cliit;linuui>\^c Tiiis\ears\\ resiling 

nam continued this success on the mats. For the first time since 1979, Lehigh had two grapplers in the final rounds of the NCAA 

n|ii( )nships. Senior Rob Rohn became the first wrestler since Matt Ruppel in 1 990 to win a National ( ;hanipionship. leading Lchigli 

sc\enth place finish at the 2002 NC/VA c;hampionships. I.ehigh has finished in the top ten tw ice in the last three \ears. 

)hn had four pins on his way to number one. earning him the Ciorrian Award. Rohn is the first Lehigh grappler to ever win tills 

"• d w hich is given to the wrestler who records the most pins in the least amount of time. Rohn had four pins in 1 3:28 and beat out 

innate Jon Trenge for the award. Irenge faced Iowa State's Gael Sanderson in the 19~ pound weight cla.ss for the top spot in the 

) ur> . Sanderson won the match and now has an uiulefeated career record. 1 59-0. He is one of the most prolific w restlers in Nc;a.\ 

ls)r\-. Trenge finished the season 34-4 with three of his losses coming at the h;mds of Sanderson. Tlie match between Trenge aiul 

Ulerson was tlie marquee bout of the finals and televised on ESPN. Despite the tough competition, both wrestlers see one another 

i glih regarded opponents. Senior Chris X'italc also competed at Nationals but w as edged out b\ Oregon's Eugene Harris, missing 

II merican Status b\ one place. \ iiale finished his career with 133-35 and was 2~-S in his final season. 

lis ) ear's team also won its 30th EIW A championship. Sophomore Jon Trenge and freshman Dan H> man earned tliemselvcs first 
k- fmishes. Sophomore Mario Stuart was second at 125. At 157, junior W;UTen Stt)ut was unable to upset the top seed from Penn. 
'1 e Chris \itale also fell second to the Penn's top seed. Rob Rohn was upset in a close battle at 1 <S i in a ~-Ci decision, but the .Mountain 
a k's earned 1315 points lo win the meet and name C.reg Strobel Coach of the \ear. 



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Wght: Another great catch; Eric H<>ffm;m 
demonstrates his precision and accu- 
racy. Below: A solid Lehigh defense 
stops a play by the opposition dead in 
its tracks. 





SCOREBOARD 



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Above: This Lehigh player follows through 
on liis swing. He's safe: this player slides 
into home plate to score another point for 
Lehigh. Right: Senior Brian Andalman throws 
another amazing pitch. 



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BASEBALL 



Head coach Scan Lean s philosopln is 
lliat speed, defense, and pitching win ball 
games. His philosoph} paid off for the 
200 1-02 Mountain Hawks, who finished 
with one of the best seasons in school 
history. The gii\ s won 29 games, a scIkjcj! 
record, and reached the Patriot League's 
championship series for the first time. 

It would take an entire navy to wipe out 
liiis \ ear's baseball team, and that's exactly 
what happened. Ihe memorable and 
record-breaking season came to an end the 
weekend of May 1 1 as the Mountain Hawks 
fell to Navy 11-7 in the Patriot League 
Championship, Lehigh finished the season 

29-21-1. 

>X1iile the team as a whole set records, 
so did individual players. Sophomore sec- 
ond baseman Eric Hoffman was named to 
the 2002 American Baseball Coaches Asso- 
ciation/Rawlings All-Last Region second 
team following a record-setting season. 
Hoffman had quite a year, as he set a Patriot 
League record with a 28 game hitting streak, 
and managed to reach base safeh in 48 of 
Lehigh s 51 games. He set a Lehigh single 
season record with ''0 hits in the season, 
which was tops in the league. Senior Dave 
Cerminaro was named the Patriot League 
Pitcherof the Year. Another pitcher, fresh- 
man Jack Muscalus was named to the 2002 
Louisville Slugger Freshmen Ail-American 
team following a dominant rookie season 
in which he made an immediate and lasting 
impact on the hill. 

\\ ith another successful season under 
their belt, these guys show no sign of 
slowing down. In fact, the future looks 
even more promising. Incoming freshman 
Jack L\-ons was actualh' drafted b\- the 
.Montreal Lxpos in the 3 ith round of .Major 
League Baseball" s First-Year Player Draft. 
Despite being chosen by the Montreal fran- 
chise. Lvons will attend Lehigh this fall 



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tlie next batter. Belo-w: The girls dis- 




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Holy Cross 

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Lalayeiie 

Lafay'elie 

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the infield after striking out the opponent. 
The catcher is set to capture the ball. 



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SOFTBALL 




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Tv ^oftbalj tc.im, with an <)\crall record of 3('-Ki. was practicalh uncontested lor the entire season. Hie girls won all li\e 
> series en route to a 1 ~-3 league record. The Brown and W hite swept all four games from Biicknell and Lafa>ette and 
' iiiice of lour from Arm\ , Colgate and Holy Cross. All three of Lehigh's losses were by one run. In the third regional poll 
I ■ sc.iNon releasetl by tlie NCAA and the NFCA, Lehigh earned a number four ranking in the Northeast region. The highest 
5nal ranking ever for tlie Lehigh softball program, Lehigh was fourtli behind Massachusetts, Princeton and Har\ard. .\nny 
' only other Patriot llague team that has eared a regional ranking. 

Jeir hard work paid off, as Lehigh beat Army 4-2 to advance to the Patriot League Championship. Unfortunately, Lehigh 
I'l h.ive enougii left in the tank as the Black Knights rallied for two runs in the bottom of the .seventh inning of the second 
' iK top the Mountain Hawks 2-1 and grab the Patriot League c:hampionship. W ilh the win. Army clinched the league s 
Kiuc berth in the NG\.\ Regional Tournament. 

I !•< year s team was led b\ junior pitcher and designated pla\er lenny Bender. Bender got it done on the mound and at the 

II better than anyone in the league, posting an <S-~ record during the regular season. C^f the .seven losses, five games were 
aiKirgin of two nms or less. Bender also earned Patriot League Pla\ er of the Week honors three times during the season. 

<^ei\ed the distinction tor the third time after leading Lehigh to a 4-2 week that included a four game sweep over Patriot 

foe Bucknell. While Bender was the workhorse of the Lehigh staff, freshman Fmily Ling was the dominator. Ling 
1.1 a 6-0 league record heading into the Patriot League Championship game. I he hard throw ing right hander baffled 
- ill season long striking out 98 in 8S innings pitched. 



t\thLtlLS 



Right: Junior Ryan Cann appears deter- 
mined as he contemplates his next 
maneuver. Below: Brad Wimmer returns 

the serA'e. 





Above: Showing off his stuff, an excited 
Trey Fuller taunts the opposition after win- 
ning a match. Freshman Andrew Shapiro is 
ready to make the serve. 



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Above; Ty Essler is set ti 
retuin a ser\'e. 



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I c Mountain Hawks show cd wliat it means to lie a team this season, despite failing to eani a spot in the Patriot League 

I .1 ment. Lehigh finished the season lOl 2 overall and (>5 m the Patriot League. With four juniors and a sophomore returning, 

I with the addition of se\eral freshmen. Head (loaeh Dave Shook had predieted the season would be a rebuildmg year. 

^ ■\er, the guys rose to the oecasion and showed tremendous impro\ement by the entl of the \ear. 

nioreaptain Ryan Oum had a strong season at the numberone singles. He finished S-<S()\erall at number one, 0-3 at number 

i|iiall\ impressive was Ty Esler, a freshman, who wowed his way to a 10-7 season record at number two, and 1-2 at the 

n ler i )ne spot. Senior Matt Dankner returned to the roster for his senior year, with at 5-10 record at number three. Several 

i\ e freshmen joined the ranks this season, and show ed their strength and \ italit\ in collegiate tennis. Tre\ Fuller, .\ndrew 

ind Jeff Samuels all eiijo\ ed some \ aluable jilaying time and came out strong at the fourth, fifth and sixth singles spots. 

I in and Matt Dankner enjcned a \ ictorious 9-~ record at the top doubles spot. I'he freshman duo of lisler and Shajiiro 

^' 'lid at niunber two w ith an 8-8 record, 2-0 at niunber one, and Ditman and Fuller earned some valuable playuig time 

1 iihcT three, 5-10 for the season. 

Iiough their season was cut short w hen the Mountain Haw ks fell to Bucknell 5-2 on the Gocxlman Cimpus. denying them 
'' in the Patriot League Tournament, the .Men s lennis team rect)rded a respectable season record against some of the 
^i te;uiis the> have e\er faced. \\ ith all pla\ers but senior .Matt Dankner returning next .sea.son, their composition of 
^1 men with the will to succeed will undoubtedh make lor a strong team ui the 2002-2(X)3 season. 



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Right: Sophomore Rachel Samson and 
Senior Captain Erica Feinman look on 
and measure up the opposition from 
the sidelines. Below: Junior Andrea Scott 
readies herself to make the serve. 





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Above: Sophomore Alina Kors puts her all 
into returning the serve. Rehee Kaplan is no 
match for her opponent. 





Above: The girls congrati 
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TENNIS 





hen I reflected back upon nn tour years at Leliigh, the first tiling tliat conies to ni\ mind is tennis. Asa tennis pl.ncr. tiie one 
you get used to is extreme highs and lows. It is one of the few sports in \\ hicli \ou are competing at an individual level for 
ell being of an entire team, which can be an extremely complex task. It means suppressing your own emotions in order to 
latthe coach thinks is best (which is more often than not correct), even though more often than not you will disagree with 
lesays. It takes an extraordinan. athlete to play Lehigh tennis. An athlete that sometimes goes without notice and recognition: 
>lays not because the\ ha\ e to. but because they want to. It takes someone who thrives on pressure, battles when choking 
lays mostly becau.se they would do anything for the girls pla\ing on the courts next to them. 

the Lehigh tennis pla\ ers, Fido and the ama/ing CakicIi Shook, from )()ur captains Meggan and m\ self, you ha\ e tlUcd us with 
St memories and lifelong friendships. We had an unbelievable year, finishing the season with a 12-7 record and making it 
show (Patriots).' 

i s never forget... Where's Denker,' New Orlean-Dres cracked open skull. Pukey. Mono leaving Wliimmy at a sketchy hotel. 

rt.Tjustin, 8()-yeaiHild men. hurricanes and liaiul grenades, Elvis, the buffet on the Mississippi cniise, a disastrous flight home. 
i.u matches, the womlerful gu\'s team, Mulstay and pretzels. Gassy Fassy, Sampsons shins, I m notta freshman. I'm a 

1 r, ' Alina sweating, He\ Raaaaaaaanay, Dre doing the deed in the van, "Shook, what's the lineup';" ' and to Denks.I leave to 

I r old school team w itli tiieir crazy, crazy tales and a wonderful four years together. Thanks for the laughs, thanks for the 
k1 mo.st of all, thanks for the memories. It's what makes it hard that makes it great. 

-Erica (EJ, Finedog. Pukey) 



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Right: This runner quickly beats his 
opponent as he nears the finish line. 
Below: Displaying his courage, the 
Leliigh pole vaulter soars to new heights . 







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Above: Forthis hurdler, it s just another day 
at work. And they're off: The Lehigh runner 
quickly catches up with the opposing team 
members during at the Penn Relays. Right: 
Junior Alexandre LHeureux comes out of 
the water in the steeple chase event. 



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TRACK AND FIELD 




I lie Mouniaiii Hawks tinislRxl oil a bril- 
liant season with man) hij^hlights, includ- 
iii.u an impressive finish at the IC4A/ECAC; 
track eliampionship and at the Pcnn Re- 
lax s. Ihe men's team flnishec! with 15 
points. Ihe 4 xlOO rela\ team iiad a huge 
comeback finish. Although they didn't 
make finals, the young scjuad had the founh 
slowest time going into preliminaries, but 
stepped up and imjiroxed their time to 
finish 1 I ill in the preliminaries. Iresliman 
l.avar Pope led off for the Mountain I law ks 
before freshman Francis Vincent and sopho 
more Aaron Lynn took over. Sophomore 
(ieorge l-vans crossed the finish line and 
the team recorded their persona! best. 

At the Penn Relays, Junior Patrick Dugan 
finishctl first. Dugan hea\ed tiie ja\elin 
224 feet to break his own school record 
and provisionally c|ualified for the NCA,\ 
Championships. The junior surpassed his 
old record by an ama/ing eleven feet. He 
achieved the 224 feet distance on just his 
second toss to capture first place in the 
college men's dixision. Seniors (]olin 
Reardon and Rob IMack als(; ran well in 
their final showing at the Penn Relays. 
Reardon finished the 400 meter hurdles in 
56.51 for 49th place and Hlack took tenth 
in the men's Olympic tiexelopment 3. ()()() 
nietersteeplecha.se w ith a time of 9:0<S.5<S. 
Junior Alex L'Heureux ran the 3.000 meter 
steeplechase in the college men's division 
and recorded a 12th place finish, with a 
time of 9:04. The 4x400 meter relax teams 
finished tenth in the college competition. 

Although the .Mountain Hawks placed 
fourth oxerall out ot eight teams, several 
members of the team made strong show- 
ings, including L'Heureux. The junior took 
litth in the steeplecha.se. finishing with a 
time of 8:54.58 to break his own school 
record. Ihe junior also finished an impres- 
sive third in the 1 500 with a time of 3:48.39. 



I\thletics 



Right: Jumping hurdles is no easy task, 
but this Lehigh team member makes it 
look easy. Below: This Lehigh runner 
may be exhausted during her relay, but 
she continues to run at record speed. 







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43 I ,/ *"" 





'^'^PENN REL 



^-^PEHW RELAYS 




Above: This lady Mountain Ha^vk uses ail of 
her might and energy during the shotput. 




Above: The high juni) 
■was no obstacle for thi- 
Lehigh player durin.i 
the Penn Relays, as sin 
gently glides over ihi 
bar. 



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Ul48 



TRACK AND FIELD 




miorjiisiina Baronc won two events and was named tlie ( )utstanding lemale Traek Pertomier ai llie Patriot League Traek and 

1 1 ( hanipionshipslield this year on the doodman Campus. Harone finished first in tlie 100 meterluirdles( l4.2S)and lOO meter 

' ill s (59.35). In addition to Barone, Lehigli liad two first place women's finishers. Lucinda Hull placed first in the 3.000 meter 

« piechase ( 10:4 1.09) and also finished tiiird in tiie 5000 meters (1^:28.19). Katie Dukat/ finislied first in the high jump with 

lark ()f5'~". Yasmin Deliz finished second in the shotpul with a toss of 43'3". 

Iter an impressive siiovvingat the Fenn Relays and the Millersville Metrics, the Mountain Hawks were in excellent shape lor 

i year's champioiTship. Earlier in the season, the women finished second at the Rider ln\ itational. The women had four first 

l|e finishers led by Barone. Barone finished first in the 1 10 meter high hurdles winning by .35 of a second. .She finished first 

I le 400 meter intermediate hurdles and blew the field aw a\ w hen she won b\ just under six seconds. Hull finished first in the 

.;)0 meter with a time of 4:53. 1 2. Jessica McOear) finished first in the long jump w ith a 5.05 performance. McCrean also turned 

I second place finish in the 100 meter with a time of 1 2.94 and was second in the triple jump at 10.52. Lehigh had five triple 

I'pers that fini.shed two through six in the end. Katie Dukatz grabbed second in the high jump w ith a 5' ("jump and Megan Ackers 

r tied second in the 3000 meter with a time of 10:32.56. 

o close off the season, the team recorded several impressive finishes at the IC4A/ECAC track championships, held in William 

ver Stadium at Princeton I ni\ersity. Hull performed extremeh well in the steeplechase. She finished sixth, breaking the 

c )ol record with a time of 10:3<S.29. and provisionallv qualified for the \('.\As. Head coach Matt Itesch was pleased with the 

■all performance of his athletes, which comprised the highest ranking team in his tenure as coach. 

■^TJl49 




Right; This player chips the ball onto 
the fairway. Below: Concentration is 
key to getting the ball into the hole. 






« i 







Above: This golfer puts to victory. Right: Kris 
Lcngieza chips the ball off the rough and 
onto the green. 



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Athletics 



Uiso 



.ilk 




Golf 



I lie men s j^olf team luicl anotlKr suc- 
cessful season, finisiiing lliircl at the 2002 
Patriot I.eagiie (ihampionship. The Mcjiin- 
tain Hawks finished the two day tourna- 
ment behind Ami\ and Navy with 8"'H 
l")()ints. The team opened the 2002 spring 
season with a strong showing at the ( leorge 
Washington Invitational. The Mountain 
Hawks finished third in a 16 team field, 
behind ^'aleandCieorgeWashington. Fresh- 
man Patriek McCiahill was the most consis- 
tent player for Lehigh as he shot a "'S on 
each day to finish tied for fourth in tlie 
individual standings with a 1 50. After shoot- 
ing a miserable 82 on the first day, senior 
Howen Osborn rebounded with the best 
single round score of the tournament, shcjot- 
ing a two under 70 to finish eighth in the 
standings. Rob McMenimon shot a 73 the 
first day. but was unable to repeat his out- 
standing play the next day. 

The men also finished second out of a 1 2 
team field at the Scott)' Duncan xMemorial 
Golf Tournament, hosted b\ Delaware. The 
Mountain Ha\\ks shot a 593 at Frog Hollow 
Golf Club to finish six strokes behind the 
winner Navy with 587. Lehigh led b\ one 
stroke after the first day, but Na\'} quickh 
recovered to top the Mountain Hawks. 
Patrick McCahill continued to impress, fin- 
ishing fourth overall with a l46. The tal- 
ented freshman shot "2 on the first da) and 
~ t on tile second day to pace the Mountain 
Hawks. Mike Eglit and Rob MCxMenimon 
finished tied for seventh, each shooting 
1 i8 for the tournament. Eglit turned in ~4 
on both da) s and McMenimon shot a ^5 in 
the first round and a 73 in the second round. 
John Jaravata shot a 1 5 1 to tie for 1 2th overall 
and Ron Kashlak was the final I^high finisher 
with a ISS. uood for a tie of 22nd. 



yAthlerics 




Right: Freshman Moriah liritt at- 
tempts to get her ball out of the 
rough. Helow: Alexis Foucek dis- 
cusses strategy with one of the 
coaches. 







Princeton ln\1tatioiial 


2!st 


Rutggfft-'liiwi^tiorial 
ECAC at Bucknell 


15th 
22ncl 


iVlomoutli Eaple Ridge 
Locust Vallev 


4th 
2ncl 


Buclvneil invitational 


6ih 


1-iartforcl invitational 


11th 


Kutztovvn 


1st 




Above: This golfer knows how important 
concentration is to a good game of golf. 
Right: Jessica Ti^lecki is one put away from a 
birdie. ^■ 



t\tkktics 



1 




Golf 



riic wonicn s goll icam finished its first 
varsity season willi a 401-399 win over 
Kiitztown University in the Kutztown 
Spring Invitational at Berklcigli Countr\' 
C ill!"). Ircsliman Alexis Foucek led the Moun- 
tain Hawks at the Kiit/town hnitational 
witii an indi\idiial seore of 8~, and Iresii- 
man Moriah Britt took second with a score 
of 97. Sophomore Lindsay SanFilippo's 1 OS 
earned her sixth place overall. 

Lehigh's fiedgling women's golf team 
struggled in their first \ear of competition 
against more established programs, plac 
ing near the bottom of the list in most 
tournaments. To improve their skills, the 
women tra\ eled to Port Saint Lucie. Florida, 
tor spring training during spring break. I he 
I lawks took 22nd place out of 23 teams at 
the ECAC tournament at Bucknell Uni\ er- 
sity. Lehigh recorded total team scores of 
3H3 and 4()5 for a total of ^88. Foucek led 
the team with scores of 89-9"'. At the 
Bucknell Spring Invitational, the Mountain 
Hawks came in sixth of nine teams and 
tallied scores of 401 and 389. Foucek was 
Lehigh's leading scorer again with scores of 
9^-98. As of }et, there is no Patriot League 
tournament in women's golf because there 
are not enough teams. Bucknell, Holy Cross 
and Lehigh are the only three teams with 
\ arsit\' programs for women. 

Head Coach Kelh Cutshall felt that it 
was a ver}' positive year for Lehigh, and that 
the team did ver}' well for a first-year Divi- 
sion I program. Ciutshall believes that next 
year's freshman class will give the young 
program a boost, and the publication of a 
media guide will further increase the team s 
legitimacN . 



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AtUetici 



Ul53 



Right: Sophomore Jeff Doran plays ex- 
cellent defense against Villanova. Be- 
lo'w: Greg Morin looks across the field 
to switch the ball. 







SCOkEBDARD 




T 

TTVVSDll 



MANHATTAN 

VILLANOVA 

HOBART 

Navy 

HOLY CROSS 

Lafayette 

Mt. St. M 

Pennsyl 

Colgl^.' 

BCK^pIt— 
ARMY 






Above: Freshman Jim Gabal successfully 
outrxms his opponents on the field. This 
attackman look for a passing opportunity. 





Above: Mike McConn 
to pass the ball upficl- 



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LUl54 



Lacrosse 




w as a rebuilding season for the men s lacrosse team, which this \ ear had 18 first-year players, nine of whom were 

< linien. The men dropped their final contest of the season to Arm)-, falling by a 1 5-6 score. With the loss, the Mountain 
V ks w rapped up the 2002 campaign with a 2-4 record in Patriot League action and a 5-9 record overall, hi his final 
:i. .IS a Mountain Hawk, senior Tony Lowe led Lehigh's offensive attack. Lowe recorded two goals on the da\ . giving 

1 3'S on the season. The team's leading scorer, freshnian Andrew Lucas chipped in a gcxil on the afternoon, finishing 

1 season with 4 1 . 
he U)ss to Amiy marked a four game losing streak for the team, which had earlier won three straight games. Their 

■ cs to the University of Pennsylvania and Colgate University by a combined three goals ended the hopes of competing 

i I Patriot League tournament title. Lowes nine goals, six of which came in the loss to Buckneil. and Lucas's six goals 

lie previous three games were not enough support for the Mountain Hawks. 

l^'espite the broken prospect of competing in the Patriot League tournament, the team saw much success and 
ievement at the individual level. Seniors Mike Rabinovitz and David Cohen, and junior Scott Carpenter were all 
)gnized as all AILPatriot League selections. Rabinovitz was named to the All League First Team for the first time. Tlie 
or captain had a strong showing in 2002, recording 10 goals and 1 2 assists. His goals and assists totals \% ere greater 
002 than in his other three seasons combined. Rabinovitz also finished second on the team with 6 j ground balls. 



t Athletics 



Right: Sophomore Rebecca Morley 
looks to pass to a teammate upfield. 
Below: Freshman Sarah Corrigan passes 
the ball to a fellow Lady Mountain Hawk . 






SCOREBOARD 



St. Joseph's 

Bucknell 

VILLANOVA 

HOLY CROSS 

Columbia 

COLGATE 

GEORGE W\SHINGTON 

^WETTE 

Ameiican 









Above: Junior Rosie Sherr>' fights off an 
opponent to score a goal. Right: Kristin 
Strohm rushes the ball downfield in an 
attempt to score. 



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Athletics 



U 156 




Lacrosse 



I he Lady Mountain Hawks of lacrossc 
liacl a heartbreaking season, finishing 4- 
1 1 in the ()\erall season and 1-S in the 
Patriot League. Lehigh out shot its oppo- 
nents 3^0-352 and went .5()() on their 
home tint. (Captains iMar) Kurn and 
Kristin Strohm were optimistic, starting 
the season with two back to liaek wins 
against Manhattan and liingliamton. 1 heir 
aspirations for a winning season were 
crushed when the Hawks suffered seven 
losses in a row and were plagued with 
injuries. The ladies were finally able to 
make two wins against H(j1\ Ooss and 
George Washington late in the season. 
I'he annual game against Lafayette was 
disappointing as the Hawks had a devas- 
tating loss of S-19 in front of a home 
crowd. 

The team and Head Coachjackie Keele\ 
are looking forward to next season as 22 
of the 26 players are returning. Leaving 
the team this year are Kristin Strohm. 
Kristin McCjrath, Mar\ Kurn and \ aljack- 
son. Ranked sixth in the league and a\ er- 
aging 2.73 points per game, midfielder 
Strohm was named to the first Team All- 
League f< )r the second straight \ear. Keeley 
is optimistic for next season due to the 
amount of playing time and knowledge the 
tinderclassmen received this vear. 



Dthletics 
Ul57 



Right: Leliigli runners are not afraid 
to get their feet wet in competition, 
especially during the steeple chase. 
Belo^v: In their debut season, the 
■women's golf team putted their way 
tlirougli an upliill battle to success. 
Despite a tougli season, the men's 
tennis players still show^ed off their 
impressive skills. 




Above: The Mountain Hawks crushed 
Villanova in lacrosse by an 1 1-7 margin back 
in March. This swimmer makes a dive to- 
^vard victor)' during a meet. Right: These 
guys are no match for Lehigh Quarterback 
Luke Ciannello. 



Ethletics 
Ul58 



Ixll: Junior du.ird 
Cm Nicholson looks 
to [lass till' iiall tliir- 
ingthf I \IIK.}4aillc. 






TQreek Orgs. 





^ 



REEK ORGANIZATIONS 



\ 




J Fraternities came into existence years ago because people be- 
lieved that improvement of the heart ard mind were essential to 
the growth of society . The Greek fraternity and sorority system 
has been at Lehigh since 1 872 , and is one of the strongest in the 
nation . With the support of Interfratemity , Panhellenic and the 
Greek Alumni Council, in addition to the Office of Residential 
Services and the Office of the Dean of Students, this institution 
provides unique opportunities to grow and learn. Each Greek 
organization has their own bng-standing traditional base, yet 
the core tenant of the system places emphasis on academics, 
loyalty, and friendship . Each house participates in community 
service , various sports teams and other clubs on campus . Long 
after graduation , the strong bord of pride continues in the hearts 
and minds of alums. 

Proud members of Theta Xi fraternity lead the pack 
in tlicir togas during Greek Week celebrations in 
1984. Theta Xi still shows their spirit todav: brothers 
Matt McNerney, Taylor Shapiro, Tim Gosser, and 



Kevin Kurz. 



Efrceic Orgs. 
Ul61 




Lehigh University's Greek system started in 
with Chi Phi, althoguh most fraternities just st 
out as clubs that met weekly. In 1884, seven 
fraternities were recognized: Delta Phi, Psi 
ion, Theta Delta Chi, Phi Gamma Delta, 5 
Chi, Sigma Nu, and Delta Upsilon. Sigma Phi 
the first fraternity house in 1888. In 1909, a p 
defended the honor ofhis fraternity. Delta Up 
and pride in the fraternity system grew to 
lengths. In 1913, Delta Phi adopted the St. 
Club alias. 



Bad luck continued for Theta Xi and a fire de- 
stroyed their house in 1966. That same year, the 
Fiji cook, Boh Dixon, had not missed a day in his 
29 years working for Phi Gam, even through the 
wars. On a more serious note, Mitch Fishkin, class 
of 1976 was killed in a fraternity prank during 
pledging when he fell from a moving car, in 1973. 
In 1975, the Theta Chi Alumni Association asked 
some brothers to leave the fraternity because they 
were gay. The brothers of the house were split on 
the decision, 18-18, hut the homosexual brothers 
moved out voluntarily. Three sororities, Alpha 
Phi, Alpha Gamma Delta, and Gamma Phi Beta, 
colonized on campus in during the 1975-1976 
academic year. The first sorority houses were built 
in 1978 on the other side of South Mountain. In 
April of '78, the University eliminated the campus 
crawl, a traditional Greek Week event which had 
contestants run from fraternity to fraternity to 
drink a beer. In May, the university forbade Delts 
from having its annual wet t-shirt contest, al- 
though that didn't stop the brothers from hosting 
their annual event. 







Fraternity houses were not immune 
tci problems, and a rash ot fires and 
damage from inclement weather 
>t n ick many of Lehigh'sGreek houses 
from the 1940s to the 1960s. In 
1 94 1 , ( 1ii Psi rebuilt their house on 
lop ot the ruins ot their old one, 
destryx)ed by fire the previous year 
and Fiji experienced a fire in 1942. 
In 1946, Alpha Sigma Phi coasoli- 
dated and moved in with Alpha 
Kappa Pi. Psi Upsilon lost their roof 
to a hurricane in 1950, the same year 
in which Delta Chi was founded. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Phi Kappa 
Theta also suftered the eftects ot fire 
damage and in 1964, Theta Xi suf- 
fered $10,000 in darnage from a fire 
caused by an eight-year old. 



By 1979, Lehigh's fraternity list reached 32. In 1980, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Sigma Alpha Mu, Lambda Chi Alpha and Beta Theta Pi were found guilty 
pf violating the University social policy and recklessly endangering their 
pledges. Chi Psi was given the award t^ir most impro\cd GPA. And lastly, 
;he University officially banned the crawl, wet t-shirt contest and nude 
loops. In 1 987, Delta Gamma was scheduled to move into the Centennial 
omplex, britiging sororities on campus tor the first time. Pi Beta Phi was 
plonized at Lehigh in 1996 bringing the sorority total to eight. In 2000, Zeta 
hi was dissolved and Alpha Gamma Delta took residence in their old house. 
"he year 2000 also brought a new sorority, Chi Omega and a recolonized 
ratemity, Theta Chi. This past year the Greek community lost a member 
irhen Phi Delta Theta lost their charter and were dissolved. 





C'rreek Orgs. 
Ul63 



"P*inhcUcn!c Council 




Panhel is the governing body of the sorority system at Lehigh. Tliey host events to unify the group as a whole, as wel 
promote Greek life on campus. Panhel also works in conjunction with the IPC, hositng events and award banquets tc 
members of Greek life involved with Lehigh activities. In addition to improving the atmosphere at Lehigh, they also 
address issues facing women on campus, such as eating disorders and safety. Its main goal is to improve the quality of Grei 
available to women at Lehigh. 

In 1976, the first Panhellenic Council was created. When more than two sororities are added to a campus, a cc 
is usually formed. In 1976, Alpha Phi, Gamma Phi Beta and Alpha Gamma Delta were welcomed onto Lehigh's cai 
The Panhellenic Council was created to promote relations between the sororities and to improve all aspects of so 
life. They organize rush, run community service activities, and ensure that sororities adhere to the rules set forth 
constitution. 



IQreek Orgs. 




Aho\'c: Panhel Executive Board: 
Back Row: Missy Morris, Chris- 
tine DeBona, Michelle Marshall, 
and Maureen Sheridan, advisor. 
Front Row: Nicole Roach, 
Amanda Sidman, Me^an Lucas 
Wallace and Katie Preate. 





Above: Fall 2001 Panhel executive 
members show their comradery during 
the Halloween event. Panhel sponsors 
triL-ndships among girls in all sororities. 
This Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sister 
paints the face of a sweet little angel. 
Fraternity brothers also help set up 
c\cnts and plav with the children who 
attended the Halloween party. Photos 
Katie Schenderlein. 



E freed Orgs. 

Ul65 




^Iph^ Chi ©mc^a 



Theta Chi 



Everyone was obsessed with Shelby, 
running down to Lower Cents, Camp 
CoLinsler Rosenblum, school girls. Beer 
showers at Kappa Sig, sex in the study 
room, 80s gear, the pill. Keg Kills, Liz's pink 
boa, cottage cheese, Greek Week champs, scaven- 
ger hunts, Acapulco, Fletcher's sex eyes, tuck-ins, ATO 
late nights, sunrise cocktails, Andrea's pajamas, 3rd floor hotels, pimps and 

prostitutes, Jamaica, tae-bo in the living room, Eileen the flsh killer, the ab energizer, very very girl, the whale pool, Jen 
morning vistor, who are these girls?, pajama dance parties in the attic. South Beach, Amanda's kung-fu. Grease, stealir! 
blades, sex outside the Barn, trips to St. Luke's, Ariana's under the table surprise, the lantern, Mazatlan, Amaya's secri. 
snow cone machines, who put the gummy bear on the doorbell?, sundaze at ATO, Rachel's secret santa, showers of Lamb 
Danielle breakmg down the kitchen door, sprinkles, Noelle the rush nazi. Bob & Karen, yogurt pretzels. 



IQreek Orgs. 





Lett: l^.ick Ri)\v: Ain.md.i C^.iliill, Arian.i Davis, Jen Ueorge, 
Eileen Epstein and Danielle Martinez. Second Row: Lana Kaplan, 
Rhonda Arnofsky, Jackie Flam, Noelle Calautti and Andrea 
Leotta. Front Row: Amaya Gorostiaga, and Elisabeth Austin- 
Page. Above: A .slumber party. 




Lett: Back Row: Andrea Leotta, 
Jackie Flam, and Amy Roslow. 
Front Row; Amaya Gorostiaga, 
Danielle Martine:, and Melissa 
Fletcher. Right: Back Row: 
Danielle Martine:, .Amanda 
CahiU, Noelle Calautti, Melissa 
Fletcher and Erica Feinman. Front 
Row: Eileen Epstein, .Andrea 
Leotta, Rhonda .Arnotskv and 
Ariana Davis. 




Back Row: Alexis Noric, 
.Ariana Davis, Melissa Viele 
and Kim Summers. Middle 
Row: Erica Feinman, Jackie 
Flam, Amy Roslow, Lana 
Kaplan, Bari Weinstock, and 
Karen McGee. Front Row: 
Erica Roscnhlum, Andrea 
Leotta, Amanda CahiU and 
.AmavaCjorostiaga. .All can- 
did photos .Alpha Chi 
Omega. Group photo Trish 
Nugent. 



Cfreefc Orgs. 
Ul67 




^Ipbii <Pamma ^cltl 






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What if Allison didn't like 

inargaritas...Chrissy didn't have a taste tor 

foreign men.. .Alison actually had exams. ..Jodi 

never ate carnations. ..Joi never crawled into an 

igloo... Dana never woke up in the lott...Kara was never 

a roady...Maryheth never dated Ryans'...Kim never had a 

boyfriend. ..Katie never had Mike. ..Christie never said "about 

that". ..Courtney never had Hawaiian cocktails. ..Kriti never transferred. ..Jenna came to house meetings. ..Amy didn't have Mr.Blue...! ^i^'' 

never met Brian. ..Lynn never gave out "pig awards". ..Kate and Chrissy were not "the culprits"... Dana never wore boxer^it i 

formal. ..Danielle did not have a Jersey accent. ..Sarah C. didn't finish first.. .Kelly wasn't the Sheep Shearing Queen... Shannon was oti 

sixth Coors Light. ..Linda did not always have hot dates. ..Sarah W. did not eat Danielle's eggplant parmigiana...Karyn was not tht 

nomad. ..Jenn never "spanked that ass"...Issabella wasn't the rebel pledge. ..Kristin didn't know every guy in KA...Joi, Kara, and Dan.i 

Pikettes... Linda did not get a red Mercedes SLK for her 21st birthday. ..Kim was not the perfect pledge. ..Karyn was actua 

composite. ..Kate did not want what car every guy on campus drove. ..Lynn and Amy did not have a pool in their room. ..Jodi was r :»< 

the Amish country. ..Jenn was not a townie... Kristin never came to a picnic. ..we weren't the perfect class. ..we did not go to Ocean C 

did not watch 90210 at dinner.. .we actually remembered how to "tire it up". ..we were not the first AGDs to live on the hill... 

IQreek Orgs. 



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Founded M Lehigh in 1976, Alpha Gamma Delta has developed into a 
diverse house with many positive attributes. We are involved in a variety 
ot activities includint; philanthropy events, sisterhood retreats, and per- 
sonal JiAclopiiR-nt. Tlie sisters ot AGD are also dedicated to their 
acadcinics, consistently maintaining the highest GPA among all Lehigh 
sororoitcs. While we are all uniLjue, a common, special bond of friendship 
has and will always be held for our house and toward all oursisters. Left: The 
"iris get together for a toast during tailgates. 




Above Right: Kate Kise, Chriss\ 
(. uillo, Lynn Baione, Amy Klesse 
.\nA Marybeth Coiton are all 
Millies in tlie house. Lett: Kate 
Kise, Linda Murad, Chriss\ 
I. iallo and Danielle Impink snap 
I photo in the hallway before 
heading out for the night. Right: 
K im C Chapman, C'hristie Young, 
Kristin Kerr, Courtney Weiner, 
jodi Eshleman and Katie Wolt 
pose before a formal. 



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Lett: Back row: DanaUhehansky, 
Kristi Griffin, Kim Chapman, 
Sarah Cubbage. Front row: 
Courtney Weiner, Alison Kotch, 
Kara Wet.el All candids Alpha 
Gamma Delta. Group photo 
Trish Nugent. 



Trtjreek Orgs. 

LUl69 




5llph^ ©micron ^ 

Lambda Upsilon 




AOP Sen ior Class 2002 . . .Ten years from 

now...Mariel Antesberger will own her 

own greenhouse with a variety of species 

and herbs. Lacey Anzelc will be modeling 

the latest fashions of Christian Dior. Karen 

Bertkau will be in the WNBA with her flip 

flops. Heather Browne will be the Dean of Greek 

Affairs. Lissa Burt will be starring on Broadway. Julie 

Crowley will host "Unsolved Mysteries." Megan Denker will be president 

and CEO of Bacardi. Jenna Gupko will write for the Simpsons. Laura Irace will be a Dallas Cowbys cheerleader. Kate Ivi 

be the next Frank Lloyd Wright. Val Jackson will be in "The Cripps." Gillian Kost will play the role of Ally McBeal. Trier 

wil run a special education program where enchiladas are NOT served. Jen Langwehher will write for High Times Magazim 

McDonald will be down under with her many Australian lovers. Caitlin McKee will have opened the world's first vegetaria 

food chain or in jail for releasing hundreds of lab rats. Emma Pankenier, International Dame of Mystery. Carrie Piraino ' 

President of AOP National Headquarters. Jen Riendea is still trying to "become famous." Jill Silverberg is a domesticate 

making bag lunches. Courtney Wen will star in a soap opera. Katie Worms will have five children in a minivan. 



TQreek Orgs. 

^-XJizo 



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1 cti: Tlu- seniors pose wliilc they are on a wacy adventure. Above: Seniors 
Laura Iracc, Heather Browne, Jill Silverberg and Gillian Kost get together 

tor another photo hetore a night oLit. 




fOreeh Orgs. 




^Iph^ /phi 

Epsilon Psi 




Alpha Phi is our home away from home. The 
fomials, parties, barheques, fund-raisers and other 
house programs are just a few activities that bring 
us closer together. In Februrary, we sell singing 
Valentines to raise money for our national philan- 
thropy, the Americen Heart Association. The girls sing in 
classes and at the fraternity dinners for Valentine's Day. In April, we 
sponsor the Breast Cancer Walk. Many fraternity and sorority members and other Lehigh students donate money for Breast ' 
Research and participate in a walk from Alpha Phi down to Maginnes Hall. In December, we held our first fashion show whic 
fvmdraiser for the Up Til Dawn program. The money went to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. The Fashion Show includet 
40 sorority and fraternity members modeling casual, swim and formal wear. Many bought tickets to watch their friends "stmt the 
and had a great time. We hope to make this a tradition. We also had the highest points for RER this year. Along with all these fum 
members of our house are also involved in many other different campus activities, such as The Brown and Wliite, The Epitoi 
Panhel. We are all so diverse and are able to learn so much from each other. 



TQrcek Orgs. 

*-\]\72 





There is always someone there when you need to talk or cry or even just 
laugh. Alpha Phi is the place where we can be ourselves and have fun. 
Along with all the tun we have, we also strive for academic excellence. We 
won the Theta Delta Chi Good Scholar contest this year and have one of 
the highest GPAs on the hill. Wc arc happy to call Alpha Phi our home!!! 



We' 



liss our seniors!! Thanks tor tiie memories!! 




.Above left: Court, Meredith, 
Lauren, Marissa, Crampsie, 
and Dani after a game of soc- 
cer. Above right: Our seniors 
are super: Heather, Courtney, 
julie, and Maggie. Lett: 
Crampsie, Court and Rachel 
keep their heads warm during 
one of those late fall tailgates. 
Right: Erin, Megan, Courtney, 
Lauren and Marissa are all 
dressed up before heading our 
tor the evening. 





Marissa Brooks, Lauren Zobel, 
Rachel Goldstein, Courtney 
Stein, Megan Brownstein, 
Heather Gershen, Dani Rosen 
and Meredith Miller all having 
a good time togetlier. All 
candid photos Alpha Phi. 
Group photo Trish Kugent. 



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Chi ©mca^ 



PhiMu 




When Chi Omega joined the Lehigh 
Greek system in the fall of 2000, we be- 
came a part of a 105 -year tradition that 
was started at the University of Arkansas 
and grew into the nation's largest sorority. 
Our charter chapter members took it upon 
themselves to ensure that Lehigh's Chi Omega 
not only followed in the traditions and beliefs set 
forth by the sorority's five original founding members, but 
that we also found our place within the Greek system here. In our 

two years on campus, the sisters of Chi Omega have worked to make our sorority a strong 

force within the Greek system and also the Lehigh community. We raised money for our national philanthropy, the Make i| 
Foundation, through this fall's Wishes and Dreams Charity Ball. 

A wide variety of backgrounds and personalties have come together to make Chi Omega what it is today, with sisters excelling 
academics and an extensive range of extra curricular activities. We have sisters in the Gryphon Society, ROTC, The Brown and 
Intramurals, Asian Cultural Society, Outing Club, Marching '97, along with members in a number of honor socities. We want tcl 
that Chi Omega givs more women a chance to be a part of the Greek systeiTi for as long as possible. Chi Omega is for a lifetin] 

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Lett: Chi Omegas join together tor a groLip huy. Top: Katie Shannon, 
1 V'hhie Guha, Rose Deeter, Laura Riordan, Stacie Keramas, Alissa Thomas. 
Middle: RyanneHahn.LindaWu, Emily Yau, Kim Pinkos. Bottom: Jennie 
Rieycl, Jenn O'Connell, Annelise Preslan. Above: Kristen Lennon, 
Michelle Callari, Barre Frankel, and Shira Gladstone hang out at Sundaze 
on a heautitul atternoon. 





Sisters join toj^cihcr tor a photo 
at a Bid Day Party. Top row: 
Talia DeOennaro, Laura 
Landrieu, Kim Pinkos, Leigh 
Thompson, Stacie Keramas, 
Ten Roscner Bottom row: 
Kate Schartel, Kiite OUis, and 
Rose Deeter. All candid 
photos Chi Omega. Group 
photo Triah Nugent. 



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BcU3 6^mm3 

Epsilon Lambda 




Delta Gamma offers to women of all 
ages a rich heritage, and the primary 
purpose is to create lasting friendships. 
Delta Gamma's purpose is accomplished 
through planned collegiate and alumnae pro- 
grams. These programs provide intellectual mo- 
tivation, the opportunity tor graciousness in daily living 
and community awareness, which enrich the lives of members and 
instill in them a respect tor the enduring values to he gained from the fraternity. Delta Gamma hosts the annual Anchc 
during Greek Week to help raise money for charity, hosts formals, date parties and other social events with fraternity nn 

Roses to: the guys that used to live in our new house, Miola for 1 198, Parliments, getting down in another kitchen, he 
only house not in trouhle (go figure), proving all the rumors wrong. Thorns to: the eggs on the walls, the fraternity wl 
pretends they are DG's, the Dailyjolt who does not like us very much, the cleanliness of our house. 

Delta Gamma of Lehigh University would also like to wish all of their seniors a heartfelt goodbye. We hope the years t 
bring you much success and happiness. 



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Lett: Rachel Krsnak, Dior Hewlett, Lindsay Domas, Leslie Snyder, Anne 
Nelson, Allison Snyder, Katelin Schoepe, Jacky Stancu, Jes Shanner, 
Natalie Sperling, Cat Rango, Kim Ward and Rachel Heller show their 
1 Vita Gamma love tor one another. Above: Leigh Cowlishaw, Cat Rongo, 
Kim Showstead, Rachel Heller and Rachel Krsnak enjoy themselves at an 
ntt campus party. 




LctI: l.eiL;li Winchester, Li: 
Miola, and Li: Armintjtoii 
>ho\v how close sisters can 
become. Ri^ht: Allison 
Kmter, Kelly Smith, |cn 
C'astelli, Natalie Ryan and 
Meredith Frick smile tor the 
camera before heading up all 
ot those memorable stairs to a 
tr.iternity party on the Hill. 





Cdieryl Foster, Kelly Smith, Jes 
Shanner, and Margo Smith. 

.All cmdid pheitos Delta 
Ciainma. Group PhinoTrish 
Nugent. 



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Delta Kappa 




Where will Gamma Phi's he in ten 
years? Meg Rutherford was recently ar- 
rested for hurning down a Wal-Mart in 
a strong battle for small towns across 
America. Dana Mariano will be married, 
but only for financial purposes, Elizabeth 
Kohut is still searching for that perfect pair of 
cowboy boots. Shawn Kirchner made it into the 
Guinness Book of World Records for the most amount of 
divorces and remarriages to the SAME person. Liz Curry is a newscaster 
in Washington, DC., but still manages to visit Chatauqua at least twice a year. Michi Matter marries a wealthy man who l 
Michi's own Sunglass Company called "Shady People," located just 1 5 minutes from Musashi. Charlene Aquilina became a J 
in Spaghetti and Spaghetti law firm and is expecting her sixth child. Kristen Strohm is still living in Boca, driving Scott'l 
the club for her first child's Bar Mitzvah. Kim Warmhold is still twitching in South America as a spokesperson for Turets Syml 
Kim Bender moved to Germany to join the International Beruit League. Katie Lundin, while managing Brew Works, irl 
married a multi-billionaire. Lauren Cangiano loved her role as Veronica in the rush skit so much that she decided to pursue z\ 
in conquering the male species and still offers the best advice to women: "You got to show your man. You got to show your| 

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I Icatht-r \ ,iil sLirleil Ikt own (.Itviiiiny service in tlic Ix-lhlelicin area Im 
I hose sloppy Lehigh kiJs who coiili.1 jusr not yet it together. Marissa 
WilUam's whereabouts are Linknown l^ut it is riiiiioreJ that she moved to 
Urbekistan to bring them the joys ot soccer. Honorary Meg Pry, is currently 
an acrivi^t tor the NAACP. 




Upper Lett: Looking tough al 
the Keg Kill! Upper Right: 
The "Fi\e Person" always 
throws a gooi.1 bash. Lett: Us, 
as pledges, singing to the se- 
niors at the spring tormal. 
Right: At C>i\ellaros' before 
we went to the "back room". 





Lett: Our entire pledge class on 
Big Little Night Freshman year. 
.All candid photos Gamma Phi 
Beta. Group Photo Trish 
Nugent. 



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iS^ppa ^Iphii OTbct^ 

Epsilon Rho 




Theta means to me. ..Date parties, late 

night chats, pansies, spring break trips, 

friendships, sisterhood, memories, music in the 

shower, laughter, twin stars, Nintendo, the bench, 

being yourself, 1 a.m. trips to Wendy's, flowers, extended wardrobe, 

tailgates, foldy chairs, dinner chats, Pat, all nighters in the chapter room, parking tickets, "N*SYNC's it's gonna be T," 

personal snow days, home, making crumb cake at 3 a.m., accidentally visiting a mental mstitution, red sauce, bag o'wine 

and cheap champagne... out the window, croquet, cookouts on the front lawn, Halloween parties, pulling together m 

a time of tragedy, being loved, hat box, donkey punch, 80s loving, hotels, puffy paint, kites and hahahahahahahaha! 

Through laughter and tear; Theta moments shine bright and our sisterhood will last a lifetime. 



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Andrea, the only t;irl wlui has an ent^aj^ement rinu all picked 
(Hit. FriHu yetiini^ lost in NYC Co ahnost getting to star in a rap 
\ iJeo, it's never a dull nioiiient with Heather! The hest partner 
in crime is Jen — especially when you don't get caught! Jamie, 
the house will not be the same wthout your humor, care and 
yoLir overall phenomenal seU. Lauren is witty and sincere and 
excels in all that she does-from scholarship , sisterhood to 
m.niiinc tricni.lship. We'll ne\er forget the sight t)f Lisa Tsai 
baking up a storm in the kitchen or showing up all the guys at 
the gym. We love Li: "papapaPlA," possibly the sweetest girl 
alive. Small body, mighty voice, walks with dignity and style, 
best president ever — Nicole! Tricia is an amazing person with 
a perfect match troni tlay one! 

Best ot kick in the future and remember there is always a special 
place in Thera reserved for von. You will be missed! — Theta. 




.Above: Patricia Kt)snik 
amd Lisa Tsai show their 
smiles for the camera. Lett: 
.AnLlrea Coiitlomiti an^l 
Priscilla Law share in a sis- 
terly hug. Right: Jamie 
Svvanson, Elizabeth 

Piaggesi, Lauren Ross, 
Heather GiHxlwin, and Jen- 
nifer Griffin take a photo 
before heading out for the 
niizhf. 





Lett: The Theta girls are 
hanging around outside all 
dressed to match. .-Ml candid 
photos Kappa .A.lpha Theta. 
llroup Photo Trish Nugent. 



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'pi i^cta /phi 

Pennsylvania Kappa 



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Gamma pledge Class * Do you wanna 

hear something? * Well ok Julie! * So 

guys, did you hear the velcro last 

night? * Pilar Hymowitz Weiner * 

Gwinn * M'shaan * That girl came in 

with a big gym bag and we kicked her 

out.. .was that alright? * She's playing softball in 

Utah? * The pimp pad! * Jewels in a Bottle * Storytime! * 

Does anyone need a dance marathon t-shirt? * Well, instead of taking a 

drink, just touch your nose * Nnnyeah... tomorrow's Hawaiian shirt day.. .today's not half-a-day * Full date party form " S 

Parking * This is a house of lies!! * If you can move your arms and legs you're clearly not paralyzed! * Klingon Warrior * 

formal-less formal pants * Pistol Pete * Schwieeeeee * Sister, Sister Hello * 90% Angel * Pi Phi Police Captains #1 &#2J 

Black light dance parties across the hall * Maalox * I've got zoo tickets.. .who wants to go? * Love Me, Love Me * Don't 1| 

look cute today * WTF * Dr J * It doesn't ring anymore because you THREW it! * PEACE * Good Luck Class of 2002! 



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Lett: Tara Hd, Dana Reiff , Erin Liebman, Emily Kiny, Liirrainc 
Annucci, Emily Hymowit:, and Karhryn V'cydya. Right: Dana Reiff, 
jcanmarie Lord, Lorraine Annucci, Tara Ho, Sue Fusi, Laura Vanco, 
Casey Wetteriing, and Katie Gotlinger. 




Left: Dana Reiff, Katie 
Gotlinger, Emily Kin.u, an^l 
Julie Dickensheets enjoy 
themselv-es at tailgates. 
Ri^ht: Dana Reift, Lorraine 
Annucci, Alicia Fay, Emily 
Kuig, Michelle Ferreri, and 
Megan Lee enjoy a Hawaiin 
feast. 





Lett: Back Row: Lorraine 
.Annucci, Laura Vanco, Sue Fusi, 
Julie Dickensheets, and Emily 
Kiny. Front Row: Michelle 
Ferreri, C,"ise\ Wetterling, Tara 
Flo, .AIkLi Fiv. P.ina Reiff, a 
triend, and Jessie En^el. All can- 
did photos Pi Beta Phi. Group 
Photo Sarah Friedman. 



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intcrfratcrnltv Council 




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The Interfratemity Council, called the IFC, is the principle governing body for the twenty-tive Fraternities at Lehigh. Comprpd( 
a six-member executive council, seven committee heads, and the presidents of each fraternity, it acts as the primary liaison betwejitli 
university and the fraternities. This council works to promote good relations with the University Administration, Greek Alumi 
the local Bethlehem area through community service, newsletters, and functions with faculty and staff. Additionally, the council is 
with coordinating rush, assisting the individual houses in their efforts to recruit new members for their chapters, as well as planning 
Week, a week long celebration of Greek Lite that includes various events planned by individual chapters. Tlie council also sp isa 
numerous education programs that allow Greeks to grow as individuals and, more importantly, as chapters. 

On May 21,1919, the presidents of the various fraternities met to organize a council. Five members formed a committee t dral 
a constitution for the council. May 28, 1919, the constitution was approved. It was decided that two representatives froi 
fraternity would comprise the membership of the council. The council approved dates of house parties, and sponsored t 
Ball. The council used to encourage sports between the fraternities believing that it fostered better relationships amo 
fraternities. In 1937, there were three committees on the IFC: the Rushing, Judicial, and Scholastic Committees. Thes 
focused on improving the different aspects of fraternity life. Each year the IFC continues to work hard at improving fraterr 
and relations. "Regardless of their specific characteristics in the future, 1 am confident that fraternal societies of Lehigh m 
continue to serve the university in the future as they have done in the past." (Quoted from Epitome 1 966, Assistant Dean of S 
Life William L. Quay) 



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IB 
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Left: Executive Board: Kevin 
FJli..tt, rMUrsilon;WillKanio, 
Helta Ph;; Matt Jaffo, Phi Siyma 
Kappa; Barr\' Shenker, Delta Tau 
Delta; Seth Yerk, Phi Gamma 
Delta; Andy I liitchinson, Alpha 
Tail Oineira. 



: IFC Comnutlee 1 leads: C^omnui- 
elatiiins: jonath.in SiKerman - Delta 
1 Phi; Greek Week: Pat Yannii::i - 
ii^nia Kappa; Hoiisiny: Ke\ in Padnes 

Kappa Thera; Intertratermry Rela- 
Social: Brian Oossan - Psi Upsilon 
ichard Schuiiian - Sigma Alpha Mu; 

Adam Naiman - P^i Upsilon; Uni- 
fy Relations: Mike D'Alessio - Alpha 
pmega. 





Lett: An IFC photo from the 1932 
Epitome. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 
President Matt Jatt'e, Phi Sigma Kappa, 
\'ice President Administration Will 
Kanjo, Delta Phi, X'ice President Judi- 
cial Barr>' Shenker, Delta Tau Delta, 
Secretary Seth Yerk, Fij i, Treasurer Andy 
Hutchinson, Alpha Tau Omega, Rush 
k'e\in Elliott Psi Upsilon. 



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?llph^ Chi Kho 



PhiMu 




Our house is a diverse and motivated 
group of young men dedicated to mak- 
ing their college years as productive and 
enjoyable as possible. The brothers of 
Crow are involved in virtually every aspect 
of university life. We are represented on a 
variety of varsity and club sports such as ice hockey 
lacrosse, wrestling, rugby, crew and ski team, and in the past 
have been the overall winners of the intramural championships. Beyond 

athletics. Crow is committed to a high standard of academic excellence and the Brotherhood currently has members in v 
honor societies. Additionally, many brothers in our house are campus leaders such as senior class president. In the past we 
won the P.R.I.D.E. award and the Quay Cup for the best fraternity at Lehigh. Crow is also known for its excellent social cal 
that includes ridiculous amounts of partying. 

Skarmish. Smash anyone? Oh ohhh! How shocking! Don't forget about Scotty P. Fours. What the ...ahh!. Legroooom. Crois 
Team Tease. Respec. Automobile. Irwin flexing. Playing in traffic. Wasted mix. Fancy Boy. It's OK, cause it's YOUR DC 

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lOUS! 

lavc 
idiir 

nts! 
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1 just got married last hikIu. " Inst-Bonc. :"1 scheduled all my classes in the 
morning. That way when 1 wake up, I'm already done for the day." 
Uhh...shut the up. Peace out. Ridiculous. "Pedecine...! vote you nuist likely 
to explode." "We've got to take care otjiini, and teed him at lea>t 4 times a 
day." "I can't keep drinkinL;." James Hayes did what .'...to Who.' Big terrible 
gorilla. "Hey hahy, let's go grub some grimace proportions." Shaved Box. 
Hot Pocket. Deathstar. Big Red Machine. We will miss all the seniors!! 
Good luck and come back to visit! ! 




Abene Lett; I'ctcr Irwm, 
Mark Endress, Brandon 
Miranda, Brad Giardinn, 
and cither Crow Brothers. 
Above Right: Crow Broth- 
ers at the Spring Formal. 
Left: Crow brothers pose 
for a picture during a date 
party. Right: Newly Initi- 
,ited Brothers at Greek 
Week display their unity. 





Left: Brian Jaffa, Ryan Kent, 
E\an Eisenberg, Beau Sheil, 
Joseph Claytor, Marshal Dee, 
Scott Weston, Glen Behrend, 
and other Crow- Brothers. All 
candid photos Alpha Chi Rho. 
Group Photo Trish Nugent. 



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Beta Epsilon 




Will you be forced into some sort of mold? 

Hardly. Though your chapter may seem to 

have a "personality" that is the consensus ot its 

members in their pursuit ot common goals and 

objectives, each brother ot the group should exhibit 

his own individual capabilities and character traits. 

Alpha Sigma Phi is made up of individuals whose personality 

and individuality become stressed and manifested through participation in its 

programs. (Varner Jr., "To Better the Man") 



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Left: Dave Mait crashed on the couch. Right: Jesse Schwarz, Brad 
Wimmcr, Brad Donahue, and some Gamma Phi Beta girls at a '70s 
theme party. 





.■\hovc Lett: Kevin Murphy. 
Ahove Middle: Jeft Rosenhlum. 
Above Right: Brad Donahue, 
Tim Walsh, Mitch Burakovsky, 
C "iregMarkus, and Brad Wimmer. 
Lett: Mitch Burakovsky, Bowen 
•."'shorn, Brandon Rogers, Justin 
Kahn, Brad Donahue, and Jesse 
Schwan:. .-Ml candid photos Al- 
piia Sigma Phi. Group Photo 
Sarah Friedman. 



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Alpha Rho 





The Greek experience at Lehigh is an 
integral part of student lite. Fraternity 
living offers opportunities in leadership, 
recognition and most importantly, friend- 
ship. The Alpha Rho chapter has a great 
history at Lehigh. Its members are consistently 
involved in the IFC, Forum, student government, 
the newspaper, and various academic honor societies. ATQ 
is also the home ot Lehigh's representatives on the All-American football 

team, wrestling team and basketball team. Other members excel in rugby, hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer and baseball 
on the varsity level. The Tau Club's social agenda consists of various activities including: parking lot parties, sorority 
mixers, cocktail parties, tailgates, and spring and fall luaus. The younger brothers of the house would like to wish the 
seniors the best of luck in the tuture. They will be missed. 



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Abuvc Lett: Belig-a-Rog (in 
tree) and Dylan help clean 
the ciimmunity. Above Top 
Right: ATQ after cleaning up 
park for community service. 
Above Bottom Right: (Left 
to right), Ok! Man 
Youngwood, Old tjummsy, 
and Scuba Steve. Lett: Hey 
Chevvbaca, you drunk yet? 
Right: Newly Intiated Broth- 
erv hudille together and show 
their pride. 





Lett: The brothers ot Alpha Tau 
Omega get together tor a picture 
before a formal. All candid pho- 
tos Alpha Tau Omega. Group 
Photo Trish Nugent. 



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•I5cta Tbct^ *pi 






Beta Chi 




Step forward... state your name. ..The 

Mexican. ..Homeless 

1 2 . . . S w i n e . . . C a r 1 i t o . . . C u p 

of...Fatnando...Harkdog...Q' 

Sack... Lance... Manwhore...O'Malley's... da 

NIBS. ..hey now, hey now, shotgun. ..KK... the 

500. ..power hour... century club... tailgates.. .hudy... the 

brau (may you rest in peace)...snowday...SUV...3- 

man...UMD... Stevens. ..you rat bastard. ..the sOn.. .shady shit. ..fat head. ..madden 

2002. ..smoke a stoge.. .worst EVER. ..what if...tim's liver wasn't pickled .^.. beer wasn't erwin's lifeblood?...estadt didn't m 

the most bizarre comments ever?...fernando didn't work at blockbusta? (what would he do with his time?)---elias didn't fp 

young girls attractive?...cesar actually got some?... 1142, 1147, 1148, 1151, 1153, 1 167. ..Step back! 



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Lett: Front Row: Tim Carlin, Lance Whitlock, and i)uLi^; L-iiMtk. 
Back Row: Andrew Marker, Matt Estadt, and Brian Ervvin. Rif^ht: 
Tuck Seid, Brian Erwin, Kevin Siilli\an, and Srvmon Zierek. 




Riuht: Fernando 
M a 1 d o nado , 
Mart Elias, Brian 
Erwin, and Matt 
Estadt. Lett: The 
Beta Theta Pi 
house on Sayre 
HilL 





Left: All the hoys gather for a 
fun Kfoup shot at the formal. 

.All candid photos Beta Theta 
Pi. Group Photo Trish Nugent. 



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Chi pbi 

• Psi 




Well Boys.. .Phillies Trip, Jake and die 
Lantern, Coup D'Etat, Napolean tor 
Lambda, Walker and Tricycles, Rear Admi- 
ral, Jake and every monkey joke, Barry Kraver 
from White Plains NY, Rikshaw's and Molly 
Wang, Lord of the Rings, If he's okay I don't e\er 
want to be okay, The Red Phone, Andusko tuially 
graduates?! ?, Roosters, Where is the cryhole. Bring a crackwhore 
to the bar and get a free game of Beirut, Boyle doesn't lie, Jmimy the Mouth, Lo: Si Trevor lose their minds. Bob and the Animal, Joh 
the Rockies, Hachetface, Andusko in the pool with " no one" watching, Pool parties, Mom &. Dad together 4-ever, Porch parties. Crash oi 
Fast Times at the Psi, Wachs hits the cycle, Dead Squirrels, Blenheim's field goal, covered wagon, LaConte's secret girlfriend, "how loi 

stop drinking after you got arrested r'5- 7 min, Ron drives to sixers game. Box of Rocks, Grippers, GPA All-Stars, What's up ?, P;i 

book, I'll buy it, I-beam, 8 weights, ZONK: The Epic Battle, The happiest happy hour ever and regular happy hour, Methochlorolzolii 
foil in the microwave, Hotlanta is no in America, Beetlejuice, "MAKE IT BIGGER", Risk is high, IM Football Champs, GKT, Small ; 
DG Anchor Dash, M&M 3rd Floor, Silver and his homies. Build me up Buttercup, Samson, Chi Phi goes to London, Power Hour ji 

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I ruir Loops, Ron. ..What do you Jeal.', H you Jon't talk. ..no one- else 
u ill ...Turkish Christmas, 1 SAID NARNACLE!, Gi:mo, DD'Napkins and 
Snap pants, Frodo, Food Fight w/Alpha Siy, YFINABWCVOSTZ, Sick 
****, Bestus Pledfjus, Fallopian Swim TL-am Revisited, Lord ik Taylor, 
Robot Caddies, Asian Massage, Don't dare me cause I'll do it, V, $2 to get 
in, V, Fooshall Tourney, Bar Rally, You wanted It, Phones Ringing, Outdoor 
u/Amigo, Eisenberg looks like Wachs, Mmm Mmm Mmm, Little Red Fire 
Hngine, Pretrosh, Pink Stalls, Honorable Mention Matrs 




Above Lett: Barry Kravcr, 
Jacob Schvvart:,TimOnderko, 
Colin Kennedy, Josh Sattin. 
James Cardamone, Mike 
Lo:anott. Abt)ve Right: Enk 
Blenheim, Ron Dietrick, Dan 
SiK'er, Mike Andusko, John 
Mayer, Trevor Grech, LXi\e 
Wachs, Ryan Brenenstuhl, and 
Bob Stewart. Lett: Bob 
Stewart, Erik Blenheim, P:uil 
Laconte, Mike Andusko, .md 
Brian Colebiewski. 





.Ab(.ive Right: Ben Sil\ er, Ron 
L")ietrick, Erik Blenheim, Bob 
Stewart, Tim Onderko, Ryan 
Brenenstuhl. Lett: .AH the boys 
dressed up at the formal. All 
candid photos Chi Phi. Group 
Photo Sarah Friedman. 



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Chi 



*p&i 

Alpha Beta Delta 




Chi Psi, or, as it is better known, the 
Lodge, is one of the oldest fraternities on 
the Lehigh University Campus. The lon- 
gevity of the Chi Psi fraternity is a credit to the 
commitment to the growth of the individual in a 
social environment which inspires integrity, dignity, 
and maturity. Chi Psi acknowledges its responsibility to the 
larger community of which it is a part by encouraging personal involvement 
in the activities of the University and the community. Participation in intramurals, student government, athletics, IFC, 
and other extra curricular activities are an integral part of a college education. A large number of brothers participate in 
Varsity athletics, such as football. Above all, the Chi Psi fraternity seeks to draw the best academic performance out of each 
member. Every effort is made to encourage scholastic excellence. 



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Lett: Thomas Matarain), Casey White, and Pere Nicholas. 
Above: CharUe JijJiarjian and Ricky Moore. 




Left: Khke Devine, Ricky 
Moore, and Charlie 
Pou'^herty partake in 
st)rne mischievious ad- 
ventures. Ritiht: Sam 
Roherts, Steve Brodsky, 
Matt Bucciero, and Tho- 
mas Matarazzo gather tor 
picture while hanL;in,ij; out 
m The Lodge. 





Lett: Derek Hewlett, 
Thomas Matarazzo, Casey 
White and Sam Roberts, 
■ iikI the LoyN at the tormal. 
All candid photos Chi Psi. 
Group Photo Sarah Fried- 
man. 



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««*tj 



Over the course of the 2001-2002 academic 
year, the traditions of Delta Phi continued dy- 
namically in brotherhood, scholarship, philan- 
thropy, and of course fiin. Throughout the year we 
experienced the sustained tradition of social events 
such as our annual Mardi Gras Party, and our enduring 
commitment to the local community such as our visit to the Boys 
and Girls Cluh ot Bedilehem. However, the aforementioned statement 
makes no mention of the various clubs and organizations of which our brothers are a part. Among them the brothers ot the Nu Chapter of Delta PI 
expanded their horizons by participating tn honor societies, political activism organizations, IFC executive and judicial positions, varying sports sucj 
as track, journalism such as writing for the Brown and Wliite, intramural sports, club sports, study abroad programs, student government positions, ar[ 
a host of other academic and leadership organizations. At Lehigh, the brotherhood remains a strong symbol ot our proud past, while we consider tl 
bright possibilities for the tuture....pair of pants. Austin deflated the lineage of mass and the only things Dyer mled were Snatch (who never did get 
go to a date party or formal) and the Virtual Volturo development poject. Grace said he didn't have to help him because he did a lot during pledgir 
Klinger crossed over into the haze, and Alfredo told Ball how much Manischiewicz gets you WASTED, ewww. But what's 1 more .' Thanks for comi) 
out, even though the f4%uig zoo's closed Ray. That's it, diat's all...Brodiers 1 18-Freshman 0: FIRST DOWN! ! ! 

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Upper Lett: Will Kanjo, Paul 
Schusrer, Lee Bressler, Rob 
Camacho, Brian Zakrajsek, 
Roh Tar.ihorelli, .\nd Sumit 
Bose. Upper Riyht; Austin 
Benton, Dave Grace, Kyle 
Klinger, Ryan Conlin, jett 
Dyer, Chris Heinrichs, anJ 
Matt Appel. Lett: Chris 
Heinrichs, Noelle Calautti, 
and Jeft Dyer. 





Above Right: Scott Kurstin, 
Kyle Klinger, Will Kanjo, 
Robbie Leichter , Dave Grace, 
Ryan Conlin, Jef^Dyer, and 
Chris Heinrichs. Lett: Brothers 
group together tor a photo 
JurinL: i Jitc p.irrv. A\\ candid 
photos Delta Phi. (.^oup photo 
Trish Nuge 



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The Duece...Kill Yourself... Cherry in 

the TV Room. ..The weakest elbow in 

the world... Shaking Hands with the 

Pope. .. "S. .. S.. . S... Subs". ..Ehhhhh... Pi 

Pledge Class. ..4'Time House 

Champion. ...E.K. present at every formal. ..Tears 

Like Paper. ..Unannounced visits from Keith 

Warner.. .Bonding with the '85 guys L/L '00. ..The pledge class 

of 2. ..Giles and your sister.. .You're Dead to Me. ..Team Member X..."Mee'Lar"..."We have to go to find the temple 

sphinx!". .."They're all whores.".. .The Rise and Fall of S.L.F....Langton just lost his keys again.. .All-night water fight befon 

Community Service.. .24'Tracks of 'Blue'. ..Winter Formal 12/99. ..Sturt's Grandiose Plans. ..YITBOS. 

The Pi Pledge class came mto Delta Sigma Phi with a vision of the ideal house. We took from the past and we hand of 
future. We brought the l-on-l world series to a different level. We all know that there wasn't another house at Lehigh t 
could have been as happy m, and we leave Delta Sigma Phi and Lehigh having entered as men and leaving as boys 

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Lett: Walter Bates <ii\-es the 
camera tlie peace luit M'^n 
while playing a game of Beirut. 

Ri'^ht: Walter Bate>, Brian 
Simpson, Jessie AtwcioJ, and 
Brian Hetsko hanyiuit on the 
sota. 





Lett: Jeff Zachow, Eric Miller, 
Pedro FajarJo, Ke\in PruJentc, 
M.itt rohorihik, Mike Langton, 
ind Paul Rotondi enjoy 
themselves J uriu:: tailgates. All 
candid photos Delta Sigma Phi. 
Group phtitii Trish Nuj^ent. 



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I plan to have a white wedding... Where's 

Brum Wright?.. .YES!. .NO!. .WHAT?! 

...cradUng...Kulp's a homophobe, so don't 

sleep on his shoulder. ..SOON. ..The dirty 

mitten. ..Wagner ends games. ..for the 

HOOOAAARRSE!!...It's a beautiful day. 

Succubus.-.Kimipoo... Hartford, Ct.: a three hour drive but a ten 

minute run. ..Try not to break anything on the way out (Burke). ..What's up Dad? (Russo)... Father Abraham... Larry, Ci 

Barry.. .Zelipoopski... Wright? WRONG.. .Mazur, get off the freezer.. .Beer, Whisky, Wine, EVERYTHING.. .ED and the h\ 

capped boy. ..That's a total lack of disrespect. ..Brother Sweettits...My name is Andrea Brown, all I need is a sweatshirt and a 

got thirty beers and someone has to help me drink them. ..backyard Beirut (3 o'clock mandatory house meeting). ..Tomorrow, 

with a chance of flying mop buckets. ..Derek Gates stands for doesn't care. ..Dirty Dietz and Sketchy Kasameyer and the Red 

District. ..you have Three Eiddy?...! know this guy. ..I'm BATMAN!... Bend over, I'm driving. ..He got household... 

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Our IVcr Be-lly>...lM CJl lAMPIONS... Pittsburgh Trip. ..The Yellow 
jersey. -.Brian Wright said the hand is coming-Brian Wright says a lot of 
things, most ot w hich <ire in Spanish. ..You know what they say about DD, 
that shit's tLin!... That's a nice looking fire you guys got goin'...If you beat 
me, 1 will become more drunk than you can possibly imagine. ..Jager 
Night. ..Sesame Street Tough. ..Sorry guys, I got track. ..Panama 
Citv... NAPS!. ..It's been ended!! 




.■\bo\e Lett: Abraham Yuftie, 
Rob SchoU and Colin 
Reardon. .^bove Right: Barry 
Shenker, Rob Scholl, Mike 
Diana, Brian Wright, Greg 
Zelikovsky, Ron Schulhot, 
and Abraham Yottie. Lett: 
Mike Diana. Right: Haydn 
Nemit:, Mike Diana, 
.Abraham Y'otfie, Jon 
Simonini. 





Road trip... The Delts guys hang 
out on the shore. All candid 
photos Delta Tau Delta. Group 
photo Sarah Friedman. 



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JSapp3 ^lpb3 

Alpha of Pennsylvania 




Academics are what brings us to college, 

but what we take away from these years 

are the friendships we found at Lehigh. 

Some organization is required, and that's 

where Lehigh's strong Greek tradition steps 

in. Like either fraternities at Lehigh, the Kappa 

Alpha Society has an active social calendar including 

beach, band and cocktail parties. However, Kaps have cultivated a 

standing amongst the Lehigh community for academic excellence and an agressive showing in intramural events. 

The K A brothers are friends that will stand by each other for the rest of their lives. We are a diverse group involved in varsity 

IFC and the Brown and White, and we participate in many kinds ot club sports. We can also look back on memories of Mard 

and Spring Breaks in Jamaica and Cancun with our KA brothers. 

These activities: academics, athletics and social events, form the backbone ot one the closest knit groups at Lehigh. But 

means is that all KA stands for. This group represents the creation oi tradition and the strong bonds of brotherhood. 



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Above left: James Pontius ;ini,l 
Dan V'iani. Abo\c Rif^hr; 
R.ick Row; Evan Gerhcr, 
James Poninis, Tom 
McNamara and Eli SmoroJa. 
Front Row: Ani.lrew 
Rothstein and Mike Reich. 
Lett: James Pontius, and Uya 
Cinedy. RiL;ht: Erank Kunzier, 
Justin Yurcliak ani.1 Roh 
Schumaker. 





Lett: 2001 pledge class: Back 
Row: Anthimv Prin:iv,illi, 
Da\id Torcasi, Tom 
McNamara, Andrew Rothstein 
and E\an GerSer. Front Row: 
Eli Smorcula, James Pontius, 
Andrew Lascar and Josh Glass. 
All candid photos Kappa 
Alpha. Group photo Trish 
Nu"ent. 



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Beta Iota 




Dugout, Bugout, Skippy , ARGGH Red Pete, 

Malibu, Townie, Playboy, Fills, Romanoff 

I Meant To, Pledge Capt. Peltz, Weasel 

bringing up the rear. Penalty Box, OC 

Squared, Jay pissedhimself. Jay and Tyler 

honeymoon Spring Break '01 , "Bring out 

the Bald Girl," Grimace, Shower Girl, Troll 

Girl, ARRH Red Jackie, Gremlin, TATAS, 

Mustache Girl, Braces, Wednesday, Sasquach 

Pale Girl, Slash, Donna! Annoying Jackie, Haley's 

vomit, Ohh Banana, Toucan Sam, Teacher Swing, Bon Jovi, 

Beetlejuice, Neckbrace, "You don't know finance," building base, AW DEF, 

POG, Up All Night, "There are 5 engineers," "Oh my God, my 99 year old dad," PUDDY and the First, SLOTH, Drunk ^al 

gotta wash the sheets, going for a little napski, naked beer slides, streaking Phi Kap, fistful of cash. Biblical Birdie... 



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...1 lattLr.i>.' WiiiL- 'ii. blL-i::L-, ImoiIkt McPi-rkmi, Bacon, "1 loncstly," "No, 
it\ cotil ni,in," let- Blocks, Pete the Possum, Senior Niyht at ERV's, the 
tlaniinL: RA\' 4, I lot Girls from 1 lomc, "It's Journey Week," the Live-In, 
Gilhery, la^t l I,i^^ 1. 1 o\[xtr'I1ll- jcrrv, l<f-t hut not least: the MULLET. 




Above Lett: Zach Mills, 
George J oost, l^an Romanovv 
and Pete Bulfjer. Above Right: 
ja\ Aiulrcott:!, Ryan 
LuiJqLiist, T\ler Finkle, and 
Douy K.ihney. Lett: Jay 
Andreotta and George Joost. 
Right: Doug Kahney, George 
Joost, Pan Romanow, Matt 
Petro:elli, Pete Bulger, Tyler 
Finkle and Jay Andreotta. 





Lett: Back Row; T\ let Finkle, 
Dan Romanow, George Joost, 
Doug Kahney, and Ryan 
Luidquist. Front Row: Nate Lee, 
Rvan Perkins, Justin Baker, Zach 
Mills, Jay Andreotta. Pete Bulger, 
and John Marlow. All candid 
photos Kapi " ^ 1. Group 
photo Trish Nugent. 



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iCamb6^ Cbi CHlpb 



Gamma Psi Zeta 




At Lambda Chi Alpha we take great 
pride in our unique associate member 
program that bans hazing and is designed 
to produce good brothers and men. We at 
Lambda Chi Alpha believe that we all have a 
lot to contribute to the house and the fraternity 
system in general. Lambda Chi Alpha is a proud and well- 
established fraternity at Lehigh University. We are a well-rounded house; the 

brotherhood is involved in various athletic, social and service activities. Rugby, baseball, track, skiing, lacrosse, soccer, 
and basketball are just some of the varsity sports and clubs in which brothers participate. We are also well represented 
in many of Lehigh's student organizations including IPC, Student Senate, WLVR, and various academic honor societies. 
We are one of the largest national fraternities with over 225 chapters in the United States and Canada and over 100,000 
members. We are happy to be a part of that. 



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Lett: Frt mx Row: joe Chiarolanza, Erik Carton and Danny Fein. 
Back Row: Rill H.imni, Casey Rose, Phil Hitchcock and John 
Daily. Ri.^ht: Danny Fein and Bill Hamm. 




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Lett: Carlo Ri\era pushing 
a door at tailgates. All 
photos Lambda Chi 
Alpah. Group photo Trish 
Nugent. 



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Phi Gamma Delta was nationally founded 
in 1848 and the Beta Chi Chapter of 
Lehigh University was founded in 1 887 . 
The Beta Chi chapter of Phi Gamma 
Delta, also known as Fiji, has always and 
still continues to strive tor excellence, 
honor and respect toward Lehigh Univer 
sity , the faculty, students and our fellow broth- 
ers. We are a house that is huilt on tradition 
respect, and trust, which is why our unity throughout the 
nation is ever so strong. We, the Beta Chi chapter, are presently 
composed of 33 brothers that live in the house. Every year we have organized a run called "The Fiji Rivalry Run," which su 
the fight against cancer. The Fiji brothers from Lafayette College and Lehigh University run a football game from one scl 
the other. This is just one of the many ways that Phi Gamma Delta shows its strength and excitement to help its communit 
strength within the community and the school make us e>ne of the best fraternities on the hill. We are all very proud to be A 

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house. Canditlf^tos Phi 
Gamma Del' r photo 

Sarah FrieJman. 



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Pennsylvania Alpha 



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Li\'ing in a fraternity can he as powerful 
an influence in life as your family, and 
the Phi Kap family is strong with a proud 
history. Founded at Lehigh in 1919, Phi 
Kappa Theta National Frateriiity is an organiza- 
tion which supports the ideals of fraternity life with the 
added advantage of being a highly diversified group ot 
individuals. Life at Phi Kap exemplifies college life with close friend- 
ships, academics, sports, and of course, social life. 




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Lett: Mike IxirlanJu, Alex Kampmann, Chri.«. Ainato, Hank 
Swormstedt, Conor Miller, Pat Hickey, Kevin Padnes, J.T. 
Shields, Eric Tedd and Dave Fraser. Right: Hank Swormstedt, 
Simon Choe, Kevin Padnes, Kevin Bostel and Dave Skeie. 




Lett: Kevin Padnes anLl 
Hank Swormstedt. 
Right: Serge Lomhardi, 
Hank Swormstedt, Alex 
Kampmann, Kc\in 
Padnes, Phil Buchanan, 
Charlie Blades and 
Simon Choe. 





Lett: The guys hanging 
out watching the game. 
All candid photos Phi 
Kappa Theta. Group 
photo Sarah Friedman. 



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Nu 




Phi Sigma is located in the center of the 
Hill and has had a long and distin- 
guished history of being an active and 
exciting fraternity at Lehigh. Phi Sigma 
Kappa was founded at Lehigh in 1901 and 
continues to he going strong after its 100th year 
here. Phi Sigma Kappa has offered a lot to our college 
experience. We have formed long lasting friendships, added leadership 

opportunities and an extensive social life to our college experience. We, the brothers of Phi Sigma 
one of the tightest bonds of friendship on the Hill. 



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The yrand entrance oi the Phi Sij^ma 
Kappa house as seen from Upper Sayre 
Drive. A candid shot of one of the Phi Sig 
brothers is snapped inside the house. 
ReKnv: The i;uys hanging out watching 
the game. All candid photos Phi Sigma 
Kappa. Group Photo Sarah Friedman. 
Building photos Epitome. 




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Our chapter has heen around Lehigh since 
1929. The house is located across the valley 
from campus on top ot Fountain Hill. The tour 
story Victorian mansion houses twenty-eight 
brothers and occasionally two kittens. During the 
year, we organize community service projects, so- 
cial events, dinners, retreats, fund raising events, 
tormals, etc. We keep ourselves pretty busy. We find that 
our most memorable and succe.ssful events are the Hauntec 
House and the Dream Girl Competition during Greek Week. The 

Brotherhood is a playful mix of interesting individuals ranging from Jersey to Germany and we describe ourselves as scholars, leaders, athlei 
gentlemen. We're quite proud to send off twelve of our seniors to the world this year 

To the graduates: "stay off our lawn and it's about time. A few bits of advice: if you owe us money, don't play poker in the chapter room; don 
back to the house to meet girls; and stop taking the meat slicer. Oh and by the way, those tests you left us. ..they're no good! Just kidding. Bes 
to you all. Some of you will be around and some will move tar away, just keep in mind in all your endeavors. ..in the bonds of PKA.ookie beats face 
this is not too CONSPITUOUS, Menges... what's that on your face, this is cold steel, That's real asian, Brohem, Benders! , Jesus twins, dude 1 dunr au« 
thank god I skate. Anchor... where 's the chocolate sauce?, If you don't wanna get it on, you can sleep in my bed, Christopher Jenkins, ...you st 
leavin'?!, ..this is pike you idiot!, wanna see my website?. Miller, Damien wants you to step up, I English speak well. If someone needs a ride, find Z; 
Issue, Beats.. .you shoulda jumped. Holla!, Skrewupp...ss, Did you work up a sweat thinking of. 

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...thcit., Cookie-Puss... 1 v\ill ht-at up \c)ur soul. HA HA HA!, Mikey 
what's up. ..I dunno dude., yeah, we're doing improv tomorrow. 
We got it all planned out. You should see what we got in the 
trunk!. Somebody needs to save the Princess. I'm not gay but I like 
to dabble, love hurts, you don't have the capacity of the English 
language to continue this argument, Menges, you and I ha\e our 
lips and downs and right now we're at a down. 




Top Right: Simon Gibson 
phiyinc the guitar out on the 
lawn. Top Lett: Zac Braun 
and Mikey Montenegro sitting 
iin the porch trying to relax 
after a long day ot classes. Lett: 
Ajay Sarkaria looking sweet 
yet scared and ready for battle. 
Right: Greg Nirshherg and a 
triend enjoy themselves by 
ha\ing a drink and socializing 
in the house. 





Lett: Dave Nonemacher, Dave 
I .iwrence, and Eric Miller share good 
t imes and laughs at a date party. All 
i_andid |ihoti)> 1^1 Kappa Alpha. 
Group photo Amanda Manthey. 



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^ei Mpeilon 



.K 




We hold Lehigh as a home so dear. The 
sterUng quaUties of Lehigh include strong 
academics, competitive athletics, and his- 
torical architecture, hut the greatest feature of 
all is the Greek system.The brothers of Psi Upsilon 
are a loyal collection of friends whose majors vary from 
History to Engineering to Business to Pre-Med. We strive for 

excellence in both academics and extra-curricular activities. Psi U brothers are active on the IFC (the governing 
Greek Council) and WLVR (Campus Radio). We also participate in intramural sports, ROTC, and orchestra to 
name a few. What we feel the most pride for at Lehigh, however, is our membership in this brotherhood. Psi U is 
a place where we built comaraderie, life-long friendships and had an overall goodtime, and we'll miss it when we are 
gone. 



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Lett: The hri)thers really swear they can sing, and insist that 
practice makes perfect. Right: James, Naiman, Larry and C.B. 



Lett: Tucci and Oossan 
on tap on a wild weekend 
night. Right: Josh, Bo, 
Larry, Ash, Jett and 
Ferrara keep the good 
times rolling. Brothers 
otPsiUpsilonspendmost 
ot their weekends hang- 
ing out with one another 
and hosting events at the 
house. 





Lett: The brothers ot Psi 
Upsilon on a rowdy atter- 
noon. .All candid photos Psi 
Upsilon. Group photo Sa- 
rah Friedmar 



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Sigma Kappa 




The Sigma Kappa chapter of Sigma 
Alpha Mu has a strong history at Lehigh, 
spanning back 77 years. We take great 
pride in the strength and diversity of our 
brotherhood. Our brothers share a wide 
variety of interests including academic excel- 
lence, intramural and club sports. Student Senate, 
the IFC, and many other campus organizations. 
The Greek system is an integral part of the Lehigh experience, and we 

enjoy embracing the opportunities and benefits that Greek life has to offer. Nothing is more cherished by our brothers t 
friendships they made at their years at Sammy. We will miss our seniors, but know that they will be back to visit us soon 
luck! 



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Lett: Chad Aikutt, Pan Brown, Rt)ger Kissling, Roh Dht)laria, 
George Pushcliin>ky, Alex Fischl, and Alex Mitman. Above: 
Roecr Kisslinc. Alex Fischl, and George Pushchinskv. 





Lett: Sprini; Formal 2001. 
All candid photos Sigma 
Alpha Mu. Cuoup photo 
Sarah Friedman. 



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Sigma Cbi 

Alpha Rho 




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The Alpha Rho chapter of Sigma Chi 
has continued to he one of the most dis- 
tinguished fraternities at Lehigh. Our chap- 
ter contributes to 225 Sigma Chi chapters ^^^' '^^^'~' '"^'IRL*"^* IB.,; ^Hi^S^i^ cT 
worldwide, and our international pride carries over 
to the brotherhood at Lehigh. The brothers of Sigma Chi are 
very diverse; our members being involved in various campus activities 

such as varsity athletics, Inter-fraternity Council, and a number of academic honor societies. Our large campus 
involvement, along with our well-established social traditions has given us a strong reputation among both the 
faculty and the undergraduates of Lehigh. 



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1 lll^ past year has been a tniK >.\i.iiilul iuk-. 11r- t.ill semester offered 
ani It lier successful year ot toot bail, always accompanied by tailgates and the 
trademark Si^ma C,1ii stuffed hear. The untoryettable moments from our 
winter and spring formals will he something that the graduating seniors will 
yreatly miss. The brotherhood of Sigma Chi would like to sincerely thank 
the graduating senior class for their dedication tt) the Fraternity, and w^e 
wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors. We hope you keep in 
touch, and the doors of Sigma Chi w ill always be open to you. 




.Above Right: .Andrew^ 
Harrison, Meredith Pinckney, 
Brian Bauer, Chris Stanton, 
Dave Cerminaro, Zach Shirk 
and Matt Variuild have fun at 
a tormal. Above Left: Paul 
Waldeier, Brian Bauer, Tim 
MaruLi and Dave Laughman. 
Lett: Spencer Feighner and 
Tim Halpin share the spirit 
with our mascot.. Right: Paul 
Waldeier, Chris Stanton and 
Mike Kotila. 





Lett: The brothers of Sigma Chi 
show how cra:y they really can 
be. All candid photos Sigma Chi. 
Croup photo Trish Nugent. 



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Pi Chapter 




The brotherhood ot Sigma Nu would 

like to welcome the class of 2005 to Lehigh 

University. The Phi Chapter of Sigma Nu 

has been at Lehigh since 1885, making it one 

of the oldest fraternities at the university. Our 

brothers have a variety of interests both academically and 

athletically, boasting membership in varsity swimming, golf, rugby 

and crew. Several members have also been involved in Interfraternity Judiciary Committee, the Greek Week Committee 

and the Brown and White, Lehigh's school paper. Our social calender is highlighted by our winter and spring formals and 

our annual Sigma Nu Dance Contest which takes place during Greek Week, with more than 2 ,QOQ people attending, along 

with various social events held throughout the year. The brothers of Sigma Nu invite you to come to the house, and offer 

an opportunity to build lifelong friendships built on loyalty and pride. We hope to see you this tall. 



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Ahiive: The Sigma Nu 
house is one ot the first 
houses one sees when 
drixini; through the gates 
oi Sayre Park. Left: A 
group of Sigma Nu 
snakes after a long night 
ot paryting. Right: The 
house letters are boldly 
displayed on the front ot 
the house. 




Lett: The brothers group 
together tor a photo at 
the tormal. All candid 
photos Sigma Nu. Group 
photo Trish Nugent. 



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f^igm^ "phi Bpe^ilon 

Pennsylvania Epsilon 




Tlie last of Sigma Phi Epsilon's three prin- 
ciples, Brotherly Love, is embodied hy the 
Brothers of the Pennsylvania Epsilon Chapter. 
The Brothers you have while here at Lehigh are 
your brothers for life. Once a young man becomes 
a SigEp Brother, he is a SigEp for life, and lives the 
rest of his lite as a balanced man. In order to promote 
lifelong commitment to brotherhood, we have adopted the 
Balanced Man Project, a developmental program designed hy na- 
tional headquarters. Through this program, each brother enters many challenges 

that promote teamwork, leadership, responsibility, arid allows him to hone his social, mental, and physical skills that are necessary to he suj 
in any professional field. During these challenges, no Brother is hazed under any c ircumstances. SigEp provides an environment for every youn naif- 
personal growth. Besides these challenges, we enjoy assorted brotherhood activities, such as Friday Night Football up on Goodman Campus, b 
pool tournaments or movie nights where we all gather in the living xoom and watch one of the newest DVDs. Another of the tenants of Sis. 
Epsilon is diligence. While brotherhood will require a major commitment ot one's time and effort, the brothers of SigEp realize that the teas 
came to Lehigh was to get an education. We also know that one ot the best ways to achieve the goal of a college degree is through hard w 
preparation, in keeping with the 'Sound Mind' principle of the balanced man. SigEp has always put an emphasis on academics, staying ra 
the top five for GPA among fraternities anel winning the Highest Fraternity GPA Award tor tour consecutive years. 



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Lett: The new guys of SigEp pose tor a picture. Aho\c: LarsOlzman, 
Zach Farrcl, Ryan Hansen, Eric Ilahn pertorm at rlu' ("enrennial 
Band party that SifzEp hosted. 




Lett: Joe McGrath at a 
brotherhood camping trip 
near Blue Mountain. Rii^ht: 
Roh Gargano Jason Toher, 
En:o Minico::i, Adam 
Rohm and AnLlrcj Branc 
take a moment trom i.lanc- 
ing to pose at the FormaL 





Lett: The brothers ot Sigma 
Phi Epsilon get together and 
celebrate at their formal held 
at WcxxJlands Resort. All can- 
did photo Sigma Phi Ep.silon. 
(.5roup photo Sarah Friedman. 



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OThcta Chi 

Beta Sigma 




The brothers of the Beta Sigma Chapter 
of Theta Chi have not only met our 
formal expectations of achieving an im- 
peccable mediocrity, but have managed to 
exceed those and set new standards for our 
fraternity. Since our grand millennium reorga- 
nization, we have reestablished Theta Chi's strong 
presence on campus. Over the past four years as Theta 
Chi's, we have enjoyed being brothers in two completely different 
fraternities. Currently, a diverse brotherhood participates in variety of activities around campus including Student Senate, ip| 
Baseball and Crew, as well as several other club sports. The social calendar has been filled with barbecues, cocktails, dance pari sl, at 
late nights every weekend. And as usual, the 0X Beach is the best spot to party on campus during Greek Week. Our fondest m onri, 
include 2 1 2 where it all started again. Pong, "Lit Up," bows and toes, the banana + pencil incident, "touch the fish, touch the fish, P^ 
TOUCH THE FISH!" Jay rolling in the library, fruit in the other library, JT, 40s 'n blunts, making Pat cry, Fred's attempted i 
Derek's Samurai, goin' hoggin'. Blotto- 'nough said, alcohol-free party huh- what shall we do? Lure, Dingleberry Pinksock, Tatu ; 
IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT! 

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Ahc.i\c k-tt: L^WL-TaiKiHi .mA 
Jdii Atkins share a Jriiik an^l 
toast to the i;oixi old days. 
Aho\'e right: Pete Wilson, 
Manan Shukla, Gabriel Jor- 
dan, and Chris Neii. Lett: Joe 
Otto does a little d.mee tor his 
tans. Right: Chris Neu An- 
drew Cheerman, and Ciahriel 
lor^lan relax on the couch .it- 
ter a chapter meeting. 





Lett: Some ot the hoys at 
tailgates dt>ing it up right. All 
L.indid photos Theta Chi. 
Croup photo Sarah Friedman. 



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OThct^ IDclt^ Chi 




Maybe i could. ..Ohhhhhhhh there she 

is.... Bob = room points for 

landscaping... Phil = no tolerence = pased 

out in trashcan...Big daddy's goin' 

deep... Kramowsky... five minutes into Penn 

St. Togaparty... Tobias.. .he'sfrom Sweden.. .Frosh 

year Beastathalon - team Sicily no show. ..Piece 

dance. ..Weiss lawsuit.. .Poptart... I'll throw you in the dumpster 

with a bag of my s***...PhiUy style.. .Where the hell is Bob Schultz? Almost 

pledging with Don...Snow day tourney's...Flex kegs on Ice kickoff...6am Today Show...call me Poseidon...that's the poi 

chokehold position...l know I'm m your bed beer circle winter date party... rapping with black Santa... hookup or lo: 

loft...SSAugustine loft...slap it HUH...Pinky...STUFF! Jar-Jar tee x-Small...Lehigh/Lafayette travel squad 2000...Shanno 

off pledging...Shannon/K'man = big/little...floater kill...banta-girls...Banta porno...sliced cook Jimmy...Shed wire t, 

boot...Rowbottom"injuries"...ShedTriggercostume...milkkill...Tacoma...Tacuanda...Tampon...Trashbag'ironcombo...ei 

bakeoff...HAH!...Who'sborrowingPhil'scar...Bia...Bia...Servesomedinner...Beastathalonspeedcleanup...drunkenwrestlin 
of 3/Best of 7...Pass the Worcestershire sauce... Library kill. .Gunning with a wave man.. .Cut like at a drug... 

TQreek Orgs. 



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lMiKlit...Sytu crushes. ..Jwardax... Mr. Intensity... Professor l")K,.. Baron von 
Schlooi;enhemK'r...VP/Mayniac...Notorius OLU... Hock- Lips... raJical- 
hov. ..donkey lips. ..Ray Allen. ..Wacker tunes. ..beach wood aged Boh. ..evil 
Shed...Capt. Calculator. ..passed out on the howl. ..leave it to the Iotas. 




Upper Lett; Back Row: Justin 
Morea, Chris Banta, Ed 
Blanchard, Jason Snagusky 
and Brian Schneider. Front 
Row: Chris D'An^elo, Daw 
Kinsley, Jiihn .Agostino and 
Jon Sytu. Top Riuht: Ke\'in 
Materia, Jimmy Orr, Ed 
Blanchard, Terrence Driscoll, 
Jon Sytu and Mike Huertes. 
Left: BohSuLhach. 





.Abo\e Right: Sameerjain, Brian 
Schneider, John .Ayostino, Todd 
\'a:que:, Jon Svtu, Jon Hock, Ja- 
^on Snagusky and Kevin Magiera. 
Lett: Mike Applegate, Dave 
Kinsley, Chris D'Angelo, Ed 
Blanchard, Brian Schneider, 
Todd Va:que:, Jon Syfu, Chris 
Banta, Jason Snagusky, Phil 
Dibartolomeo, Justin Morea and 
Kevin Magiera. All candid pho- 
tos Theta Delta Chi. Groupphoto 
Trish Nugent. 



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College years at Lehigh are a unique expe- 
rience, both academically and socially. 
The fraternity is an extension of this ideal of 
growth and development. The brotherhood of 
Theta Xi is based upon the principles of unity, 
responsibility, spirit, and personal development. Theta 
Xi strives to develop these bonds among our members, and in 
this way makes the time we spend as brothers more valuable than a college 

degree. At Theta Xi, our spirit of involvement extends beyond our house. Our individual effort and strengths are well 
demonstrated m the classroom as well as on the playing fields. Lacrosse, Rugby, Baseball and Hockey are some of the varsity 
sports in which Theta Xi's participate. We are also well represented in Lehigh's student organization's, including IFC, WLVR, 
ROTC and various academic honor societies. We have enjoyed our years with the seniors and will miss diem greatly. Thanks 
for the memories! 



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seniors... 





Lett: A group lit Theta Xi broth- 
ers take a quick picture in front of 
this RV. Collage and candid 
pliotii Theta Xi. Group photo 

Sarah Friedman. 



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Clockwise from right: PIKE 
brothers. Gamma Phi Beta's 
Kristen Strohm and Alpha 
Sigma Phi's Scott Liehman. 
Sigma Chi's Tim Halpin, Matt 
Yamold and Chris Hughes. 
Brothers of Delta Phi. Alpha 
Chi Omega's Melissa Fletcher, 
Erica Feinman, Arianna 
Davis, Noelle Calautti, and 
Amanda Cahill. Chi Phi's 
Paul Laconte. 




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Rit;hr: Kappa Sigma brothers Doug 
Kahney, Jay Andreotta and George 

oost. 

Below: Sammy men, Roger Kissling 
ind George Pushchinsky. 




Above: Sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta 
celebrate Halloween in proper cos- 
tume. From left to right: Tina Zhang, 
Priscila Law, Barret Katuna, and 
Katenna Karmokolias. 

Left: Alpha Gamma Deltas Dana 
Chenansky and Kara Wetrel enjoy 
themselves at a formal. Photo Al- 
pha Gamma Delta. 



.Above left: Alpha Gamma Deltas 
Danielle Impink and Kristin Kerr. 
Photo Alpha Gamma Delta. Left: 
Old school Chi Phis playing a game 
of Beirut. Photo Chi Phi. 



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From top to bottom: Phi Delta Theta's 2002 house picture. Theta women Megan Davis, Kathryn Young, J 
Chow, Brianne O'LoughUn, Theresa Teasley, Sharon Wright and Kathryn Chafin. Sigma Nu's Christian 
Meyer and guest James Nanney, and Chi Omega TaUa DeGennaro. 




Top: Chi Omega Kristen Lenntm paints pumpkins tor 
the children's ward at St. Luke's Hospital. Middle: 
Chris Menges and Matt Caller. Below: The brothers ot 
Delta UpsiUm. Back: Paul Avery, Mark Novasack, 
John Bryner, Jeff Steinberg and James Henderson. 
Middle: JC Stephanak, Mike Sackrison, Bryan Smith, 
John Timko. Front: Brad Stanley, Brad Sersch and 
Mike Nichol. 



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kwise from top Ictt: Pin Kapp.i Thct.i lirorhers, Simon Choc, Hank Swormstedt, Charlie Blades and Phil Buchanan. Chi Omega sisters Amanda 
arz, Michelle Callari, Barre Frankel, Kristen Lennon, Stacie Keramas, Sunitha Moonthunf^al and Alyce Porawski. Gamma Phi Betas, Elizabeth Curry, 
iarpovich, Michi Matter, and Katie Chiota. Delta Tau Delta brothers Colin Reardt)n, Rob Scli. H, Drew Diirian and Barry Shenkcr. 




e: Pi Beta Phi'v Lauri.'n X'anco 

lelissa Lisch. Below: C ;hi Ome- 

1 Esposito, Alissa Thomas and 

■< ■ Dukette. Ri^^ht: Alpha Phi 

trs. 



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Without a dduhi, the friends we meet are one of the most 
nnlxniani l)ari aj inir college experience. Perhaps one of the 
best ways we make new friends is by participating in an 
organization .his here wc can find others with whom we share 
common interests. Student activities at Lehigh range from 
economics to equestrian; from foreign languages to the pep 
band; jrom ultimate frisbec to University Productions. In 
other words, there is something for everyone here. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Far left: Girls ^^■ill be girls, 
but not in this picture. 
Before the introduction of 
women into Lehigh, the 
Mustard anti Cheese Soci- 
ety found some creati^e 
wavs to fill the roles of 
lemale characters in their 
|jlavs, including " Ihe 
Shannons of Broadway." 
I. eft: Thirty vears after the 
introduction of women un- 
tlergraduates into Lehigh, 
the Dance Team capti- 
Nnles the audience at a 



basketball game in Sta- 



l)ler Arena. 



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Founded in 1 884 in the backroom ofRennings Bar, the Mustard and Cheoie Drama Society is the 
second oldest drama society in the country. The Drama Society urn the brainchild of brothers Richard 
Harding and Charles Be/)7i())U Davis. Where did their name originate from! The menu at the 
I >rganization' s Saturday night meetings initially consisted ofsweitzed cheese and mustard, washed doum 
h\ hecr. It was unanimously tigreed that ''Mustard and Cheese" would he a most appropriate name. 
Their first perfotmance was "Mary, the Child of Misfortune ," written by R.U. Davis and presented 
earl\ m 1 885 . Folhmmg that, "Lmv and Money" and "Sir Dagobert and the Dragon" became the first 
public performance of Mustard and Cheese . The plays ivere held at the Sun Inn Hotel on April 10,1 885 
and proceeds from the events went toward repairing Lehigh's athletic facilities. Today the group, in 
cooperation with the Theater Deapartment, is dedicated to providing theater education and opportu- 
nities in performance and deslg^^ to Lehigh students. Composed of students ivho show a continuing 
devotion to all aspects of theater, the society also consists of seven student-elected execs and an advisor. 
The theater has come full-circle at Lehigh in recent years by supporting student productions ard 
tightening bomb with the music department. 




Josrn 
_^ , .. , u.<» -i Far left: These guys are all dolled 
^ i up for the production of "Aii 
-t! Baba'duringthe late 1 800s. Left: 
The cast of an 1896 play. 




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The Women in business club pro- 
motes FEMALES IN THE BUSINESS 
WORLD THROUGH NETWORKING AND 

EXECUTIVES, Lehigh alumni, and 
other business students. led by 
President Gina Montana, the 




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The African-Caribbean Culuf 
Club is dedicated to prom> 

THE awareness OF AFRICAN| 

Caribbean culture on the Lil 

CAMPUS AND in THE SURROUll 
COMMUNITY. THROUGH OUR aI 
TIES AND EVENTS, WE AIM TO e| 
LISH AND NURTURE HEALTH! 
ACTIONS AMONG PEOPLE OF ALlI 
NIC BACKGROUNDS BY UNITirl 

SHARE IN African and Carie e 

TRADITIONS. 





From top to 
bottom: Greg 
Parent, Brian 
YoDER, Josh 
Hammond and 
Chris Delp on the 
streets of st. 
petersburg, 
hayley teich, 
devon battaguia 
and tyler tate 
after a concert 
IN Russia. Alumni 

ARE AN integral 

part of the choir 
and enjoy the 
chance to work 
with students. 
Sharing some 
good times with 
one another. 




UNIVERSITY 

Choir 

The University Choir, directed by dr. Steven 

SAMETZ. contains a unique blend of APPROXIMATELY 
50 LEHIGH STUDENTS DRAWN FROM ALL THREE ACA- 
DEMIC COLLEGES AND EVERY GRADUATING CLASS. COM- 
ING OFF AN IMPRESSIVE CONCERT TOUR OF RUSSIA AND 
BERLIN, THEY PERFORMED FOUR ACCLAIMED CONCERTS 
THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, INCLUDING THEIR TRADITIONAL 
CHRISTMAS VESPERS SERVICE AND AN ALL-BACH CON- 
CERT WITH A FULL BAROQUE ORCHESTRA. THE UNIVER- 
SITY Choir also teamed up with the Choral union 

TO PRESENT ORFF'S "CARMINA BURANA," AND IN AN 
IMPRESSIVE STUDENT ENDEAVOR, COLLABORATED WITH 
THE LEHIGH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA TO PERFORM 
TCHAIKOVSKY'S "1812 OVERTURE." 





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THE 



Marching '97 



Welcome back my friends to the show 
that never ends... what would a lehigh 
football game be without an appear- 
ance by its very own marching '97? not 
a very exciting football game, that's 
FOR SURE. With its m arch-m archery, si ng- 

SINGERY, LEG-LIFTERY, AND VERY OWN BRAND 
OF psyche, the '97 gets the AUDIENCE REAR- 
ING, TEARING, AND YELLING FOR MORE. IT'S AN 
ORGANIZATION SO UNLIKE ANY OTHER THAT IT 
COULD ONLY COME FROM LEHIGH. 




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Circle 

Photo: LeadiI 
the troops. 
Clockwise frI 
FAR left: TeJ 
mielczarek 
Mike DammerI 
playing theif 

TRUMPETS. TK 

Marching '97| 
gets into thi 
LU formatiop 
during the 
half-time sh<| 
Shayne Sobei 
makes his 
contribution! 
on the tuba. 
Lauren 
Garlett and I 
Matt Casey 
play thier 

hearts OUT Ol 
THEIR CLARINil 
DURING A SPIr| 
ITED NUMBER. 

All PHOTOS 

MARCHING '971 




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FROM TOP TO bottom: 

The drum major, Steve 
Griffin, leads the 
band through the 
half-time show. in 
line en route to 
GOODMAN Stadium is 
Chris Klump, Chris 
forstall, dimitri 
DEMERGis, Chris 
Cherwell. Brian 
Simpson, and Kristen 
Willard. Dave 
goldfeder and wilson 

ANTOINE PLAYING THE 
SAXOPHONE. EJ WALSH 

AND Ted Mielczarek in 
the trumpet section, 
keeping in step with 
the march routine. 
Circle photo in- 
cludes Paul Ziemba 
and jared roseman 
playing the drums and 

S 
M 
PHOTOS M 



THE 



d 



Marching '97 



The '97 appears at all home games and many 
away games, performing several student- 
written and very pumped drills each sea- 
son, as a completely student-run organiza- 
tion, all the field drills. music prepara- 
tions, and administrative arrangements are 
the responsibility of its members. an execu- 
tive board of eleven students and faculty 

ADVISOR AL NEUMEYER ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR 
ALL THE CRAZED LUNACY THAT OCCURS BOTH ON 
AND OFF THE FIELD. THE '97 IS ABSOLUTELY 
THRILLED TO HELP CHEER ON LEHIGH FOOTBALI 

Go Engineers! PSYCHE! 



RINGING ONE OF THE 1 

»IANY FIGHT SONGS. ALL j 




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Mustard 



AND 



Cheese 



THE Mustard and Cheese Drama Society, founded in 
1 884 BY Charles Blemont Davis AND Richard Harding 
Davis, is the second oldest organization of its type 
IN America. Mustard and Cheese works with the 
theater Department to create and promote theat- 
rical EVENTS AT LEHIGH. THIS YEAR'S GROUP HAS SEEN 
CONSIDERABLE GROWTH IN MEM BERSH1P AND ACTIVITIES. TH 
SOCIETY HAS BEEN ABLE TO OFFER AN "INSIDE THE BLACK BOX 
SERIES OF INTERVIEWS, A PLAY READING SERIES, THREE 
STUDENT PRODUCTIONS, "THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES," 

AND IMPROV Nights. 





Above: The Mus- 
tard AND Cheese 

EXECUTIVE BOARD, 

BRAD Engle, Josh 
Bombing, Advisor 
gus ripa (seated 

MEREDITH FLASTE 

Stella Maher an 
Gelsey Bell (not| 
pictured: Carol 
Shemwelu). Clo 
wise from top le 
Talk Radio perfi 
ers put in long 
hours of re- 
HEARSAL. Is THATI 

mustard and che 
they are eating?| 
sexual warfare 
and class strug< 
combine to prodi 
one of the most 
intense dramas < 
modern times in 
"Miss Julie." Me 
bers are perfori 

ING ONE OF THE Ol 

MYSTICAL RITUAL! 
THE DRAMA SOCIE' 



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From top to 
bottom: the 2002 
KAPPA Kappa Psi 
MEMBERS. Rhonda 
Humbert signs 
autographs for 
CH ildren in the 
zeek program. 
Michelle Judd 
AND Sandy 
Narowski enjoy 
dinner in the 
food court after 

AN in formation 

session. Chris 
argall and Josh 
Eaton found 
themselves in a 
"delicate situa- 
tion" at the 
seven- year 
REUNION. Circle 
Photo: PIE I win- 
ners Rachel 
Goodman, Eudora 
Weaver and Chris 
Argall proudly 
display their prize. 



Kappa Kappa Psi 

FRATERNITY 



Kappa Kappa Psi is an Honorary Fraternity for 
college and university band members. they pro- 
mote music and bands on the campus. this year the 
Kappa Gamma chapter has been busy with service. 
SOCIAL, fund-raising, AND membership events. Kappa 

has been INVOLVED IN THE NEW ZEEK PROGRAM AT 
ZOELLNER TO SPREAD AN APPRECIATION OF THE ARTS TO 
CHILDREN. They also give LESSONS AT Broughal 

Middle school, usher at Zoellner events, work in 
THE Music library, organize Marching Band music, 

PROMOTE AND WORK ON PALETTE. AND MORE. TO RAISE 
MONEY. KAPPA HELD A SERVICE AUCTION AND MEMBERS 
SOLD BOOKSTORE CONCESSIONS AT WRESTLING MATCHES 
AND BASKETBALL GAMES. HOWEVER. ALL WORK AND NO 
PLAY LEADS TO A DULL FRATERNITY. KAPPA HELD MANY 
SOCIAL EVENTS. INCLUDING ICE SKATING, GOLF, CAROL- 
LING, AND DINNERS. In ADDITION TO THE USUAL EVENTS. 

Kappa was busy preparing a bid to create North- 
east NOTES. THE DISTRICT NEWSLETTER. AT LEHIGH 
NEXT YEAR. 




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0247 



Brown 

AND 

White 



ALTHOUGH YOU MAY NOT KNOW IT, IT TAKES MORE THAN 
JUST A FEW ARTICLES AND A COUPLE GOOD PICTURES TO 
MAKE AN ISSUE OF THE BROWN AND WHITE. THANKS TO 
THE HARD WORK AND DEDICATION OF A STAFF OF ABOUT 
30 EDITORS, STUDENTS HAD A PAPER TO READ TWICE A 
WEEK ALMOST ALL YEAR, JUST LIKE THEY HAVE SINCE 
1894. THOUGH THE EXACT NUMBER WILL REMAIN SE- 
CRET, THE EDITORS SPEND COUNTLESS HOURS IN THE 
UNIVERSITY CENTER BASEMENT EACH WEEK, PRODUCING 
PAPERS THAT WILL KEEP STUDENTS INFORMED ON TUESDAY 
AND AWAKE ON FRIDAY. ITCANBEA STRESSFUL AND DIFFICULT 
JOB, BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY, IT IS ALWAYS REWARDING FOR 
THOSE WHO PUT MUCH OF THEIR TIME AND ENERGY INTO IT. 





CIRCLE Photo: Edi- 
TORS-iN Chief ALisor 

KOTCH AND AMANDA 

GoNTARz. Clockwise 
FROM TOP left: Spor| 
Editor Joe Abel ex- 
plains A DILEMA TO 
ASSISTANT, Andrew 
Olesnycky. Design 

EDITOR OAN MCWEENI 
CREATES LAYOUTS On| 
THE COMPUTER. CON- 
TRIBUTING EDITOR 
GRETCHEN KRAUSE 
WORKS WITH ASSISTAII 

Lifestyle Editor 
Renata Gagnon. 

ASSISTANT NEWS EDll 
TOR AMAND MACMILL.I 
WORKS ON HER NEXT 

ARTICLE. All PhotosjI 

BROWN AND WHITE. 



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Brown 



p: Fall 2001 Editorial Board: Keith Roberts, 
,ison kotch. bevin milvasky, kara wetzel, jillian 
\rquart, and amanda gontarz. bottom: the 

RING 2002 EDITORS. FRONT ROW: BRIAN ERWIN, 
HANDA GONTARZ, ALISON KOTCH, KEITH YiMOYINES, 
kVID SISSELMAN. ROW TWO: SARAH GOLDMAN, 
1ANDA MACMILLAN, TRACEY LOMRANTZ. ROW THREE: 

iFiYA Jafari, Nora Linscheid, Renata Gagnon. 
>w four: Joe Abel, Andrew Olesnycky, John 

SINCO, JESSI SCHIMMEL. ROW FIVE: JAY SEBOK, 

irry Koestler, Dan McWeeney, Lauren Bell, Erin 
:Callum. Circle photo: Photography Editor 
itumn Cruz decides which photo to choose for 
IE cover of the latest issue, while her assistant, 
•M Steele, looks on. 



AND 



White 



Here, some of the moments we will never forget. "It's 

GOOD TO HAVE LOW FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES. ..YEAH, THAT'S HOW 

i got this job"... "so your mom's not going to like me 
anymore?. ..she might think you're a slut or something"... 
"Are you rubbing yourself with dryer sheets again?"... 

"Where A RE THE EDITED STORIES?.. .What STORIES? "..."THERE'S 
SOMETHING ON YOUR BOOB. ..THANK YOU FOR NOTICING"... THE E- 
BOARD PUZZLE... "NOT LIKE I GET ANY DURING E-BOA RD. . . YOU 
NEED TO BRING THAT UP AT E-BOARD. WHAT DO YOU THINK WE 
HAVE THOSE MEETINGS FOR?"... "WHAT SPORT OTHER THAN 
BERUIT HITS INTO A C U P. . .Q U A RTE RS ! "... "I RULE AT NEWS!"... 
TOO MUCH BURGER KING... "YOU'RE SUCKED INTO IT. ..IT'S LIKE A 
VORTEX. ..No"... "THIS IS A VERY RELAXING PIC. A MAN WALKING 
DOWN THE FAIRWAY, ALONE... NO, THAT SAYS "I HAVE NO 
FRIENDS'"... "Can I HAVE ONE OF THOSE? MY MOUTH IS DRY... I 
SAW HIS FACE LIGHT UP AND I KNEW EXACTLY WHAT HE WAS 
thinking!"... LEARNING the TRICKS OF THE WEBSITE... "SOME OF 

the sentences were good written. ..i don't know why i 
thought the pasttenseofdigwas digged"... "there should 
be a day between sunday and monday called 'crack day" 
when nothing is open. you can'tgoanywhere-allyou can 
do is sleep, drink and watch 'brady bunch' reruns"... the 
Five Points argument... "Alison's going through meno- 
pause and Amanda's 

ENGAGED." 





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THE 

Melismatics 



The Melismatics are 

A NEWLY reorganized 

A Cappella group. 

THEY are smaller IN 

SIZE THAN University 

CHOIR AND offer A DIF- 
FERENT SOUND. The 

GROUP REHEARSES IN 
ZOELLNER AND PER- 
FORMS AT DIFFERENT 
EVENTS THROUGHOUT 
THE YEAR. MEMBERS 

OF Melismaticscan be 
seen in these photos 
at rehearsals in 
zoellner sharing 
laughs and smiles. 
All photos Anita 
Greene. 




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Ski CLUit 




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The Ski Team had a very successful 2001-20J 
season. As a member of the New Jersey Collegia : 
Ski Conference (NJCSC), Lehigh competed in eig r 
races at Mountain Creek in Vernon, N.J. The mets 

TEAM finished IN FIRST PLACE FOR THE FOURTH CC - 
SECUTIVE YEAR. FRESHMAN DAN SCOVILL FINISHED 1 
TOP OF THE INDIVIDUAL MEN'S STANDINGS WITH SENH 
JOSHUA OSTROSKI FOLLOWING IN SECOND PLACE. SENI ? 
GEOFF SMITH FINISHED IN FIFTH PLACE, FOLLOWED * 
JUNIORS BRENDAN SHERRIFF AND ERIC PiLARCZYK W 3 
FINISHED IN SIXTH AND EIGHTH PLACE RESPECTIVEll 
THE WOMEN'S TEAM FINISHED SECOND OVERALL, THll 
HIGHEST PLACING IN FOUR YEARS. SOPHOMORE jESil 
RICHTER FINISHED IN FIFTH PLACE INDIVIDUALLY Wil 
SENIOR MICHELLE FERRERI FINISHING 1 0TH. JUNIcl 
KATIE BRECKENRIDGE, ANTIONETTE LIGAS AND SOPlI 

MORE Lauren weinstein finished strongly to hsI 
LEHIGH. Both teams were invited to the Mid-Atl>| 
TIC Regional Championships in new York, lehii 
finished fifth, missing the National Ch am pionsh I 
by one place. 




bove: President Nicole Jones and Carl 
ulton accept an award at the 
jiulticultural affairs student awards 
lanquet. photo black student union. 

liRCLE Photo: The 2001-2002 Nation 

I 

lOCEITY OF BLACK ENGINEERS MEMBERS 
ROUP TOGETHER FOR A PHOTO. PHOTO 



National 

SOCIETY OF 

Black Engineers 

NSBE'S MISSION IS TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CULTURALLY RESPON- 
SIBLE Black engineers who excel academically, succeed pro- 
fessionally AND positively IMPACT THE COMMUNITY. THE SOCIETY 
IS COMPRISED OF MORE THAN 270 CHAPTERS ON COLLEGE AND UNIVER- 
SITY CAMPUSES, 75 ALUMNI EXTENSION CHAPTERS NATIONWIDE AND 
75 PRE-COLLEGE CHAPTERS. THE LEHIGH CHAPTER THIS YEAR SPON- 
SORED THE FOURTH ANNUAL PANEL OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, 
HELD IN FEBRUARY. TOPICS COVERED BY THE PANEL INCLUDED EDUCA- 
TIONAL ISSUES, THE TRANSITION INTO THE CORPORATE WORLD, INTERN- 
SHIPS, AND INTERVIEWING SKILLS, PROVIDING STUDENTS WITH A NEW 
PERSPECTIVE ON LIFE AFTER COLLEGE. 




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B^D 



The Pep "bNad" has been called the rowdiest 
band in the patriot league. they are a unique 
bunch who have even adopted their own spell- 
ING OF "Band." With more than 20 members and 

THE deer, they ARE ALWAYS READY TO DISTRACT 
THE OTHER TEAM, BE IT BASKETBALL, VOLLEYBALL, 
OR WRESTLING. THE PEP "BNAD" IS LED BY SANDRA 
NAROWSKI with HER TREASURER, CRAIG 

"Craigums" O' Don NELL. Special THANKS FOR SUP- 
PORT FROM Glenn Hofmann and Goosey Gander. 









Circle photo: Chuck 

PELLiSH proudly DIS- 
PLAYS the BELOVED DEEF 

at one of the men's 
basketball games in 
Stabler Arena. Clock-| 
WISE from top left: 
Sandy Narowski is all| 
pepped up after the 
latest football game. 
Chris Argall is enjoyi^ 

one of THE band's MANY| 

BUS trips. The band 
travels to regular 
season and playoff 
games. Rachel GooDMAr 
and Heather Thomson 
pose for a photo durin' 
a break at one of the 
games. Greg Silverman 
drums up support for h 
crusade to get ESPN T 
cover Lehigh footbalLi 
All photos Rachel 
Goodman. 



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-SENATE 

Student 





From top to bottom: 
The committee chairs 

for 2001-02. THE FULL 

Senate convenes. 
Senate executives. 
Parliamentarian 
Anne Glowacki, Vice 
President Libby 
Mitchell, Secretary 
CINDI Crookston 
President Tim Lyster 
AND Treasurer Matt 
GiusTO. All photos 
Student Senate. 



"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win 
glorious triumphs, even though checkered by 

failure, than to take rank WITH THOSE POOR SPIR- 
ITS WHO NEITHER ENJOY MUCH NOR SUFFER MUCH, 
BECAUSE THEYLIVEINTHEGRAY TWILIGHT THAT KNOWS 
NOT VICTORY NOR DEFEAT." THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 

THIS YEAR, Senate XIV lived by those words, ac- 
complishing many of ITS goals and objectives, all 

DESIGNED to IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR STU- 
DENTS. Among these accomplishments were: 
Lehigh-Lafayette Firefest, Sept. 1 1 relief, cam- 
pus safety improvements, increased funding for 
student activities, the logo change, opening Sub- 
versions ON Sundays, food and dining improve- 
ments, proposed Ulrich Center changes, helping 
TO select Campus Square merchants, making Gold 
Plus dollars usable at South Side businesses. 
Debit Card reader for clubs to use with fund- 
raisers and the first ever Senate awards ban- 
quet. With this important student organization 
entering its 15th year in the fall, it will only 

CONTINUE to accomplish BIGGER AND BETTER THINGS. 




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Gryphon 

Society 



The Gryphon Society was formed in 1 957 as an organiza 

TION OF counselors FOR FRESHMEN AND U PPERCLASSM EN 

living in campus residence halls. their name is 
derived from the mythological beast who guarded 
the gold of ancient scythia. this name was selected 
because freshmen have always been considered the 
"gold" of lehigh. there are approximately 78 
gryphons who occupy the university's residence halls. 
Their duties include, but are not limited to. planning 
social programs and events, counselling, conflict resolu 
tion and emergency response. 





Circle Photo: WaI 
REN Square gryphI 

Nick KAVALLIERAxd 
SONYA HORWELL, jj 
VANTERPOOL, DERE| 

Wilson, Margie 
LaNeve, Mittu 

CHANDILYA AND LVl 
HOLIAT. CLOCKWIsI 

FROM TOP left: SAT 
Village: Rees 
Hawkins, GretcheI 
Hill, Matt Miller! 

AND SARAH GOLDmJ 
LOWER CENTENNIAI 

Valerie Noel, 
Lauren Ayres, 

SHARON KLAHRE, 

Corey Fulton, Joi| 
Magnotta, Sara 
Wasserman, HeatI 
GOODWIN, Linda w| 

Ed CAHAN. JOSH 

Hermias, Greg 
MEYER, Eric Fishe| 
COREY Harrison. 
McClintic marshI 
House: Mike SenI 
Taylor SchofieliI 
Laurentia Ash, t| 

Gerstner, Kim luff, deanna Carloni, Lauren Van Embde 
John Schonewolf, mel Oxenreider, Danielle Duoick, LaiIv 
jones, justin federici. trembley park: ada cruz, kim l ff- 
Alyce Porawski. Leslie Gennari and Adam Sporn. 



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FROM TOP TO Bot- 
tom: Richards 
House Staff. 
Taylor College 
Staff. Dravo 
House Staff. 
Drinker House 
Staff, gryphon 
Society Executive 
Board. Circle 
Photo: Brodhead 
Gryphons. All 
photos Gryphon 
Society. 




Gryphon 

Society 



Richards: Rob Upton, Elizabeth Papapietro, 
Courtney ford. Lynore Arkin, Nate Gould, Brian 
Rotante and Cory Mingelgreen. 

Taylor: Chris Cunningham, Sara reily, Mike 
Rinkunas. Katie Chafin, Clint Protack. Theresa 
Teasley, Jon McMullen, Mark Hoff, and Doug 
H augen. 

Dravo: Brian Lenhart, Frank Chartier, Arvind 
Trindade, Richelle Francis, Zo Savovic, Nathanael 
Washam. Will Walsh, Scott Taubman, Martin Lotz, 
Brady Garrity. Emily Godfrey, gerrae Simons, 
Aaron Bergmann. Bevin Milvasky. Gretchen Hill. 
Wendy Croft, and Mary Kate Menze. 
Drinker: Maryann DiPasquale, Adam Hoch, Rob 
Upton, Divay Chopra. Augie Ripa, Susan Rubow and 
Tim Brosnan. 

Gryphon Society Executives: Bevin Milvasky (Pro- 
gram coordinator). Taylor schofield (Treasurer), 
Barre Frankel (President). Alyce Porawski (Vice 
President), Tom Dubreuil (Advisor). 
Brodhead: Jeremy Smith.Corey Andrews. Liz Pi agessi, 
Tricia kosnik and Maureen Whitley. 




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^l->. COLLEGE 

Democrats 

while the fall of 2001 was relatively 
quiet for college democrats, we helped 
out local candidates in the november 
election by getting out the vote in 
Bethlehem. In the spring, we became in- 
volved IN THE RENDELL FOR GOVERNOR CAM- 
PAIGN AND HELPED OUT OUR OLD FRIEND, ED 
O'BRIEN, IN HIS CAMPAIGN FOR CONGRESS. WE 



ALSO VOLUNTEERED FOR A FEW LOCAL RACES FOR THE 
STATE LEGISLATURE. IN ADDITION, WE HELD A DEBATE 

AGAINST College Republicans and participated 
IN campus earth day activities. 




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The purpose and aim of the ScJ 

BARD AND BLADE SOCIETY IS TO SEFB , 
AS A honor SOCIETY FOR THE LEHiI 

University Army ROTCdepartmeI 

AND TO CONDUCT COMMUNITY REiI 
TIONS PROGRAMS TO SERVE ROTCIMP 
UNIVERSITY, AND LEHIGH VALlI 
COMMUNITIES. ihui 




ve: Senior class officers amy Coles, Kimberly 

KER, PETER AUERBACH AND BRYAN URSIC JOIN JENNI- 
LlCHTY (CENTER). ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE ALUMNI 
3CIATION AT THE WINTER FORMAL. SENIORS ENJOYING 
MSELVES AT THE WINTER FORMAL AND SPRING FORMALS. 



CiAsfo¥ 2002 

This year's senior class officers spent the 

YEAR working DILIGENTLY. ENSURING THAT THE 
CLASS OF 2002 ROSE TO THE STANDARDS SET BY 
ALL PREVIOUS CLASSES. UNDER THE LEADERSHIP 
OF PRESIDENT PETER AUERBACH. VICE PRESI- 
DENT KIMBERLY TUCKER. SECRETARY BRYAN 
URSIC AND TREASURER AMY COLES. THEIR EF- 
FORTS RESULTED IN TWO CLASS FORMALS ONE IN 

THEWINTERANDONEINTHE SPRING. IN ADDITION. 
THE FOUR ORGANIZED SENIOR WEEK ACTIVITIES 
AND MANAGED TO SECURE EPA DIRECTOR AND 

FORMER New Jersey Governor Christie 

WHITMAN AS THE SPEAKER FOR SPRING COM- 
MENCEMENT. 



Class of 2002 Officers 
peter j. auerbach. president 
KIMBERLY V. Tucker. Vice President 

BRYAN T. URSIC. SECRETARY 

AMY J. COLES. Treasurer 

Class of 2003 Officers 
ronald k. schulhof. president 
SCOTT G. Mazur. Vice president 
VANESSA M. KNOPP. Secretary 
Jessica L. mouravieff. Treasurer 

class of 2004 officers 
Michael R. Schaefer. president 
craig d. nussbaum, vice president 
matthew w. regan. secretary 
MELISSA I. Klein. Treasurer 



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THE 

Epitome 



The epitome has been published since 1876 and is 
lehigh's oldest existing publication. the epitome 
was originally started by the sophomore class 
and consisted primarily of class lists, class 
histories collected and written by class histo- 
rians, lists of fraternites, clubs, and teams. as 
the popularity and importance of the publica- 
tion increased, the epitome was turned over to 
the junior class. more and more information, sto- 
ries and photographs began filling the pages. within 
due time the pictures and biography of each graduating 
senior were included. today the epitome is produced by 
students from all years and disciplines. the epitome still remains 
a record of the university and a cherished keepsake for alums. 




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Circle Photo: 
Linda Lipko and 
diane dymek have 
More than 25 year 
of combined experi 
cnce with the 
lehigh epitome, 
clockwise from to 
left: Editor in 
Chief Jenn 

O'CONNELL enjoys 
herself AT THE 

annual banquet. 
Nick Cappadona 
always has some- 
thing to smirk at. 
Linda Murad re- 
laxes AFTER A LONGl 

weekend at stateIJ 
College. Sunitha' 

MOONTHUNGAL WORI'I 
DILIGENTLY ON THE 
COMPUTER TO COM- 
PLETE HER SECTION. 




Jllu. 





from top to 
bottom: Sopho- 
more Marjorie 
Hoffman and 
Junior Risha 
Mehta pick up 

TIPS about 
PAGEMAKER 
DURING A TRAIN- 
ING SESSION LED 
BY JOSTEN'S REP 

PHIL Klein. 
Sophomore 
Heather Grieco 
celebrates her 
birthday in the 
Epitome Office. 
Sophomore Sean 
Anderson enjoys 
himself at the 
end of the year 
banquet held at 
the vineyard. 
Greek organiza- 
tions Editor, 
Amanda Manthey 
gets caught on 
camera after 
she was able 
escape the uc 
Basement. All 
photos epitome. 



4 





THE 

Epitome 



Editorial Board 

Jennifer O'Connell, Editor in Chief 

Nick Cappadona, Managing & Technical Editor 

Linda Murad, Associate Editor 

SUNITHA MOONTHUNGAL, ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR 

Linda Lipko, Advisor 

Diane Dymek, Assistant Advisor 

Section Editors 



Features: Rachel Goodman and Risha Mehta 
Academics: Linda Murad and Michelle 

SUSHNER 

Athletics: Jennifer O'Connell 
Greek Organizations: Amanda Manthey 
Organizations: John Misinco 
Undergraduates: Heather Grieco 
Seniors: Lauren Carhart and Marjorie 

Hoffman 
Residence Life: Sunitha Moonthungal 
Photography: Sean Anderson 
Advertisements: John Misinco 

Special Thanks to: 



Ann Koffel. Clerical Assistance 
Sarah Goldman, Proofreading 
Richard Pearson, Proofreading 
Phil Klein, Jostens Publishing 
Dave Hartnett, Jostens Publishing 
Art Grundfast, Jostens Publishing 
Mark Huff, DaVor Photography 



TOrganizations 

^U259 



Alpha 
Omega 




Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed organization 
dedicated to the principles of promoting and per- 
forming service to the campus, the community and to 

THE NATION. THE CHAPTER ATLEHIGHHASBEEN PERFORM- 
ING SERVICE FOR THE 68 YEARS. THIS LAST YEAR WAS OUR 
MOST PRODUCTIVE YEAR IN THE RECENT PAST, AS WE ARE 
BEGINNING A REVIVAL OF A LARGE, STRONG MEMBERSHIP, WITH 
VARIED AND EXTENSIVE SERVICE PROJECTS. OUR PROJECTS BEN- 
EFIT LOCAL CHILDREN, HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, BOY SCOUTS AND 

GIRLS Scouts of America, the Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, the 

STUDENT BODY, THE UNITED WAY, MILLER MEMORIAL BLOOD CENTER AND 

VARIOUS OTHER CHARITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS IN THE LEHIGH VALLEY. OUR DEDICATION TO 

SERVICE ALSO FOSTERS A STRING SENSE OF BROTHERHOOD AMONG OUR MEMBERS, AND WE HAVE A 

i 

GOOD TIME IN THE PROCESS. 



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L'U260 




Circle Phot 
Some membef 

APO GET Al 
DOLLED UP FOlj 
NIGHT OUTON' 

TOWN. Top leI 
This member | 
apo shows 

HIS JACK O Lil 
TERN WITH PRII 

Top right: l| 

CREW AT Wcl 
CLEANING UP cl 
FORESTS. IVI« 
STUDENTS Pj 
TICiPATEINTHll 
TYPES 
ACTIVITES, ESI 
CIALLY THCI 
THAT HELP ll 
ENVIRONMEll 
BOTTOM: I 

2002 ALPHA 

Omega membeI 

ALL PHOTOS AI 




^r^UNIVERSITY 

Productions 




From top to bot- 
tom: The up 

EXECUTIVE board, 

Andy Rosenbloom, 
Meg Punschke, 
President Brian 
Lenhart, Rob 
HoxiE. Meg 
SiNNECK, Member 
Coordinator Amy 

FlORE.TOM 

Schaible, Program 
Manager Matt 
Schmidt, Trea- 
surer Calvin 
JONES, Secretary 
Tiffany Fowler, 
Kasia Voychick. 
This student 
competes in "Buiz- 
ZARD OF Bucks." UP 
hosts many comedy 
nights through- 
out THE YEAR. 

What is he 
doing with 
that banana 
PEEL? All 

PHOTOS UP. 



UNIVERSITY Productions is Lehigh University's stu- 
dent-run PROGRAMMING BOARD. UP ORGANIZES STU- 
DENT ENTERTAINMENT INCLUDING MUSIC, COMEDY, THE 
ARTS, AND OTHER EVENTS AS DICTATED BY ITS BODY OF 
MEMBERSHIP, UP IS DIVIDED INTO SEVERAL PROGRAM- 
MING COMMITTEES WHICH ARE OVERSEEN BY AN EXECU- 
TIVE BOARD AND AN ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS, DO 
YOU LIKE GOING TO BROADWAY SHOWS, PROFESSIONAL 
SPORTING EVENTS, OR AMUSEMENT PARKS? HAVE YOU 
EVER WANTED TO SEE THE TAPING OF "WHO WANTS TO BE 
A MILLIONAIRE" OR CHILL WITH JAY LENO? WHEREVER 
YOU WANT TO GO. UP GOES THERE! IN ADDITION, UP 
PLANS VARIOUS EVENTS TO ENTERTAIN STUDENTS ON 
CAMPUS. INCLUDING COMEDIANS. CASINO NIGHT, DRIVE- 
IN MOVIES AND THE ANNUAL SUNDAZE FESTIVAL. 



What's going on 

Music - Comedy - Arts and Excursions 
Speciai Events - Marlteting 




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-'^K-^ 



Our undergraduate years are an important part of our lives . We wiU. 
never forget the people we meet arxd the experierKes we share . During 
Freshman Welcome Week everything is new and exciting. By the 
time we are sophomores we have learned from our mistakes and are 
ready to take on new challenges. At the erxd of junior year it is time 
to start to preparing for senior year and ultimately the real world. No 
matter where we are going, or where we have been , being part of 
Lehigh is a unique experience that we will hold in our hearts forever. 



')ir 



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Vndergradtiates 

-U263 



Below: Built in 1948, the Richards Right: The Drinker House, named 

House was named for Charles Russ after former Lehigh President Henn,' 

Richards former universirv' president Sturgis Drinker (1905-1920), sits 

and a progressive thinking man. along the edge of the Freshman Quad. 

Richards houses freshman on its first Drinker was the only university 

three floors, and upperclassmen on alumnus to ever become president, 
the fourth floor. 







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The area at Lehigh referred to as the Freshmen Quad, previously knoivn as the Crystal Springs 
Ravine, consists of four residential buildings. They are the Dravo House, Richards House, Drinker 
House and surprising to many , Price Hall . Price Hall was originally built as a brewery across from a creek 
on the eastern side of the campus , but uas bought by Lehigh in 1 899 . It was renovated in 1 909 for use 
as a dormitory , replacing the only dormitory on campus at the time , Lamberton Hall. At this point, the 
entire student body was comprised of only 70Q male students. In J 936 a plan proposed by President 
Williams was approved by trustees to raise over $100,000 for a list of new projects, including the 
completion of new dorymtories . President Williams believed that the greatest handicap in acquiring 
students was the lack of suitable living space for them . Richards House was built above Price Hall along 
the same creek, and Drinker House was constructed nearby in the same area of the Crystal Springs 
Ravine. These two new residential buildings, named after prominent Lehigh University men, were 
named "Houses" rather than "Halls," so not to assume large halls and rooms. In 1947, a two-staged 
fund-raising plan was approved , and the Dravo House was constructed during the first stage . It wasn t 
until the Centennial Dormitories (Lower Cents) were built in J 965 that Price Hall was replaced and 
longer used for residential living. Dravo, Richards and Drinker continue to be referred to as "The 
Freshj-neji Quad," even though only three of the original four buildings remain in use as residence halls. 




Far left; The Freshman Quad is a place 
that brings students together for a wide 
range of activities, from snowball fights 
.ind sledding in the winter to barbecues 
andsuiibathing in the warmer months. 

Left: Price Hall was built over a spring 
of water in the 1800s and served as 
Ren nigs Brewer)'. It N\as a popular 
hangout for students until Lehigh 
bought it in 1899 and renovated it 
into a dorm in 1909. It now houses 
the Departments of Social Relations 
and Classics. 



ILndergraduates 
-U265 



Grace Hall in the upper Uni- 
versity Center, as it was in 
1973. The upper UC food 
court was renovated this past 
summer. Here students can 
be found eating and relaxing 
between classes. 




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Class of wS. 



"The Class of 2005 is a dedicated , united and focused class . Foliowing the 
trend in Lehi^'s admissions, we have the highest 
overall scores of any class, and hope to use that 
knowledge to advance the university. We benefit 
Lehigh in a broad range of ways such as through 
sports, clubs, ar\d Greek systems. Currently we 
are producing the largest fund-raiser for the freshman- 
class . When completed , we should have over $5 ,000 that will benefit our class 
in years to come." 




' YLyan Dodds, President, Class of 2005 



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Undergraduates 

-U267 



jacquelyn Amato 
Greg Bailey 
Lauren Barnett 
Rob Benkovic 
Joseph Blair 



Lee Blaney 
Jessica Bowers 
Amanda Busby 
Shawn Cable 
Marinee Cabrera 



Brian Cameron 
Melissa Cartaya 
Whitney Chen 
Joe Clemente 
Kandice Cohen 



Christen Conarty 
Kelli Crabtree 
Alexandra Curtiss 
Matthew Darragh 
Robert Dennis 



Alison Diefenderfer 
Jessica Diskin 
Jeremy Eberhardt 
Sean Eggleston 
Eric Eng 



Andrea Englander 
Dan Feith 
Robert Flanagan 
Jennifer Fleming 
Jessica Frey 







T Ujidergraduates 



Lower Centennials 





1. » '• • 

(|\ROTHEItk 3 




BEAR13SLEE 2 

CarO"IVIHRS2: Brian McAuliffcJDan 
Siich, Gc'orj^c Bcrger, Marc 
Vcrrochi, Jeft Bretz 

C\RO IHHRS 3 : Amanda Ikick, Hiona 
Dubuss, Andrea F.n^lander, Faye 
Strothers, Ryan C^ahill, C'hnstic 
Bnccc'tti, Tosha Asumah, Ijurcn 
Pmldasan, Katie Sancuk.KWinda 



RLihintc 



Id Icssie Simons 



Palmkk 2 Ben Tisdale, Rodolto 
SthlldkncchtJocl'arkerl'aulPugliese, 
Bnan Tiscella Colin Burke, Dave Erk, 
Bill [ latcher Rich Bonner, Bnan Car- 
penter Henr\' l.ee, Kevin Kazimir 

Palmfr 3: Scan Hagan, Toiihid 
Choudhury, Tom Steele, Eddie C, 

Andv Tom Kent liistin Frazier 

Stevens 2; Bill Tesauro, Matt Adel, 
Mike [3cnis, Mete Kahyagil, Tom 
Hcmian , Tony C iiiidice, Jesse [\)well , 
Mitchell Spector, Jim, Eric James 

Stevens 3; Emily Kammann, An- 
drea Lombardo, Krissy 
Katzenstein, Sara Wassemian 

Stouchton 2: Joe Magnotta, 
ShaunBennani John McBride Eric 
SiuiissesSteN'e Wilson, left Cjiletto, 
Jim Kolinour 

SrcJUChnoN 3; Manssa F^assen, 
Becca Sharim, Sarah Meagher, 
Nina Fink, Tracy Vrablik, Susan 
Vitale, F^eather Cioodwin, Kern,' 
Myscofski, Meagan Meier 

Williams 2: Richard Wong, Stacy 
Donoso, Dave Doppelt, James 
Koran, Brian brown, Chelsea Wil- 
liams, Monica Hamrick, Thayer 
Hirsh, Chris Roche 

WiUAMS 3: Caleb Scott, Lauren 
Ayers, Damon Scoleri , Greg Bailey, 
Bobb\' Flanagan, Steve Lawson, 
Erin Waker, Sean Mcgrogan, 
Christian Fuess, Cari Sneeringer, 
Charl ie Manolio Charlotte Parker, 
Tom Simmavath , StevieZandarski, 
Neil Dalvi 
All photos Sean Anderson 



T Undergraduates 

'-^U269 



Abby Geletzke 
Daphne Goldfarb 
Randi Greenberg 
Evan Grodin 
Lauren Guida 



Monica Hamrick 
Dave Hansberry 
Eric Heil 
Elizabeth Hunt 
Martin lenkins 



Yan jin 

Ashley Johnson 
Stacy Jones 
Matt Kampner 
Amy Komarinetz 



Stephan Lawson 
Lisa Lee 
Aaron Leff 
Andrea Luebbe 
Christina Marks 



Stephanie Mazella 
Jessica McCreary 
Jason McMullan 
Carolyn Miller 
Mike Misioiek 



Erika Murdock 
Erin Picarello 
Samantha Polak 
Rebecca Reynolds 
Robert Schiazzano 




T Undergraduates 

'--\J270 




Katie Schiewetz 
Garret Schneider 
Cindy Scto 
Mcf^han Sinneck 
Ryan Siu 



Kirk Sobell 
Olj^a Stewart 
Jessica Terlecki 
Lauren Van Hoesen 
Lindsey Velcheck 



Tracy Vrablik 
Maria Vultaggio 
Patrick Wheeler 
Deborah 
Wollenberg 



"Coming from California, I always assumed that everyone knew what 

water polo was. It was a varsity sport at home, so how was I to know that here 

in Pennsylvania most people think water polo involves sticks and horses? I 

didn't realize how much I would miss it until I got here, so I immediately began 

to work on starting a team. There was a surprising amount of interest, from 

mainly swimmers who had played after practice or during the summer. The 

club is going well and 1 cant wait for another year of it. Water polo is 

comparable to basketball in the water, only with goals instead of baskets. It 

is plaved in a deep pool; players are not allowed to touch the bottom of the 

ool. Ihere are seven players from each team in the water at one time, including the goalies. It is a very fast 

)aced game, water polo involves a lot ofswimming, and a lot of teamwork. Vve had a great time meeting with 

nher students interested in the sport, and I am looking forward to watching it expand even more next year." 

-La men Van Hoeson, 05 




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U271 



Dravo House 




Al: Ed Williams, Charles DeCarbon 

A2: Dan Nicholsen, Antonio Mallei 
Mike Silverfeld, Spencer Rothwell, Ml 
Franey, Sean Flynn, Dan Coikhml 
Andy Miller, Dave Fischer, Sean Cart| 
Zo Savovic 



A3: Sean Carlos, Karl Weimer, Da\| 
Gordon 

A4. Amanda Busby, Krissy Blastd 
Sara Wasserman, Danielle Rege, Lai| 
Flood, Shannon Seckinger 



B2: Jamie Kovens, Kate Bereznak, 1 
Berkowitz, Elizabeth Bloubej, Lai| 
Mohan 

83: Kahayla Lowe, Kristen Ceorgp 
Charlotte Canzonetti, Amanda Ecg 
Belisa Silva 



B4: Andrew Mumma, Benjamin Asl 
Kyle Texter, Gary FJouck, Dometl 
Eddesi, Aaron Browner, Mike Noril 

85: Tom Braxtan, FHared Welper, Y\ 
Stawaicki, Dan Cook, Frank Char I 
John Sailor, Youssef Chouhoud, Cl 
Batiam, Dan Scansaroli, Scott Kl 
Ryan Kirkland, Oheneba Afriyie, Cl 
Wallace, Mike DePalma, 1 ir 
Wallmann, Will Welch 



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Established 1899 




D3; Curtis Nagic, Brian Cameron, 
Staven Husarick, Ted Fischer, Brandon 
MacEachen, Jonathon Scarpa, Brian 
Puibick, Mike McCrail, Pat Ryan, 
Craham I'etcrson, Marvin Rodriguez, 
Chris Cho, Zach Baltz 



Cl Andy Bauch, Tim Cunningham, 
Bilal Khan, Wilson Antome, Matthew 
Kriehel, Matt Kindby, Chris Yiu Josh 
Coldberg 

C4 Jesse DePalo, Chantal St. Laurent, 
Rosalia ItaHano, Melodie Kent, Amy 
Shotmeyer, Erica Clymer, Rabia Ali 



Dl & CG: Rick Longenecker, Kyle 
Schclato, Aaron Bergmann, Dan Eisen, 
Chris Summa, Shawn Cable, Adam 
Gonthier, Bill Desmarais, Andrew Long, 
Amar Bhatt 

D2 Lindsey Velcheck, Christen 
Conarty, jenna Warner, Katie 
Schiewetz, Samantha Pollak, Emily 
Aagaard, Judy Li, Sally Singh, Halima 
Amjad, Cindy Seto.YelenaPelimskaya, 
lulic Molinan, Tess Carboni, Stacy 
Jones, ShcPv'l Cherian 

D4: Jeremy Wilson, John Sherman, 
Lou Yandole, Peter Maher, Joseph Blair, 
Matt Daskilewicz, Ryanjoseph Dodds, 
Bryan Nguyen, Lobar Pope, Jason 
McMullan, Lee Blaney, Jose-Martin 
Arnabal, Kurt Lesker, Troy Bienstock, 
Christopher Gevlich, Fred Tran 

Lett: Students take advantage of the 
nice weather and stroll to class. 



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TL'iidfrgToJuates 

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McClintic-Marshall House 




Al : Erin Stanton, Megan Plunkett, Joct i 
Helwig, Tara Gei^tner (Gryphon), Met i 
Hamilton, Laurentia Ash (Gryphon ),Lau i 
VanHoesen, Robyn Crystal, Jaime Pe: 
Sarah Waldron, Jessica Schneider, K 
Minissale 

A2: Francesca Kennedy, Leigh Paters 
Ruth Chu, Lauren Jenkins , Jar 
Poffenberger, Natalie Pigliucci, Kathei ; 
Neagle, Lara Pinto, Amanda Balsley, Maia 
Brickman, Lauren Van Embden (Gryphcll, 
Deanna Carloni (Gryphon) 



A3: Danielle Suchow, Shannon Grov 
Patricia Berka, Krista Shoquist, Ab 
Williams, Margaret Lucey, RacH 
Fairneny , Stephanie Kravitz, Erij 
Panis, Meredith Somers, Laur 
Staniunas, Annie Gunteski, Mori 
Britt, FJeather Drobish, Marin 
Cabrera, Amy Gwinn 

B2; Justin Federici (Gryphon), D 
Fanelli, Forrest Doane, Mike Norelli, 
Beagen, Tim Butler, Mike Zent 
(Gryphon), Eric Sinclair, Paul Dal( 
Adam Weinstein 



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B3: Matt Bossert, Kari Ford, Z. 
Helms, Andrew Wenri, Ron Niekre 
Matt Turner, Vincent Crossley, Aa 
Probst, Peter Keene, Mike Beaver, E' 
Ehalt, Chase Adams All photos S 
Anderson 

Left: Yan Jin and Tess Carboni tarn 
second to pose for a picture bel| 
heading to class. 



Left: Kelli Crabtree, Joshua Kulick id 
Marinee Cabrera pose for a piore 
before going to the Hill to celeb te 
Halloween. 



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Taylor College 




A2 Theresa Teasley (Gryphon), 
Wendy I beacon, Crccr Brown, Gambol 
Heham, Nur-e Rahman, lillian Bold, jen 
Schau 

A3: Brian LaMay, Tim Dale, Andy Whit- 
ley, Ghiu Chow, Aarf)n Greiner, Kirk 
Sobell, MattStewart, Ravi Patcl, Clinton 
I'rotack (Gryphon; 



B2: Sean Anderson, Judi Luckie, Staccy 
Rtiby, Ed Smith, Dave Weiss, Chris 
Tretina, josh West, Holly Thompson, 
Ion McMullen (Gryphon), Adam 
IJulauski, Raehelle Carbonari, Jenny 
Kaufmann.Jessalynn Ryan, Lori Shuler, 
Katie Stiles 

C3: Elizabeth Anderson, Jennifer 
Harvey, Marina Liokumovich, Lisa 
Hwang, Katie Chafin (Gryphon), Jenny 
Kaufmann, Stephanie Brown, Heather 
Knutson, Deborah Wollenburg Photo 
Sean Anderson 

First Floor: Matt Neveling, Mark 
Hotf (Al Gryphon), Yacouba Traore, 
Mike Rinkunas (Bl/Cl Gryphon), 
Arren Washington front: Steve Lee- 
Urban Patrick Schmidt, James 
Birdsall, Mike Metcalf, Andrew Racz 
All photos Sean Anderson 
Left: Students enjoy the end of the year 
barbecue in the freshman quad. 



Left: Michelle Cremeans, Lisa Lee and 
Abby Geletzke pose with the Mountain 
Hawk before a football game. 



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ILndergraduates 
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Lehigh's scenic walkway in 
1 929, as seen from the gates of 
Taylor Stadium. The walkway 
is now named Memorial 
Drive and is lined with trees 

|i and plaques in memory of 
those students and alumni 
who lost their lives in World 

I War I. 'a 



ms • 






Class of mSE 



"The sophomore class has been extremely involved . We designed 
and raised red, white and blue shirts to support the 
September llth Fund, and in the process raised 
$ 1 ,000 for the cause . We are abo in the mist of a 
^gantic fundraiser that mil raise over $5 , 000 for the 
sophomore class. It's easy to get things done and 
accomplish so much with a class as united as ours is ?' ' 



- Michael Schaefer, President, Class of 2004 



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-\J277 



Katie Barbush 
Adam Baughman 
Alison Bisbano 
Sumit Bose 
Kathleen Bowe 



Nicholas Castle 
Bryn Chung 
Brian Coulombe 
Brent Cowing 
Aaron Czysz 



Michael DAIessio 
Neil Dalvi 
Dimitri Demergis 
Katie Detweiler 
Andres Diaz 



Andrea Dierna 
Howard Dingle 
Kathryn Dukatz 
Joshua Eaton 
lames Evans 



Justin Federici 
Joanna Fleming 
Courtney Ford 
Chris Forstall 
Richelle Francis 



Renata Gagnon 
Evan Gerber 
Anne Glowacki 
Megan Goss 
Duane Graner 




ife; 



T Undergraduates 

'-\J278 




Heather Crieco 
I3an Harjes 
Ashley Hoskinson 
Calvin Jones 
Katcrina Karmokolias 



Emily Kasprzyk 
Barret Katuna 
Wendy Kaufmann 
Ajay Khatiwala 
Matthew Kretlow 



Irene Labarca 
Brian Lime 
Selah Lynch 
Heather Majczan 
Peter Matt 



Jessica McCarthy 
Joseph McGrath 
Partick McManus 
Justin Metz 
Laurie Miller 



Roy Miller 
Cory Mingelgreen 
Sandra Narowski 
Michael Newton 
Elizabeth Papapietro 



Dan Raiser 
Faaiza Rashid 
Jim Reebel 
Sara Reilly 
Chrissy Richter 



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"Being a part ot musical ensembles at Lehigh has enriched my college 
experience more than I could ever have imagined. I have had the opportunity to 
participate in the Wind Ensemble and the Philharmonic Orchestra, both under 
the direction ol charismatic and talented conductors. I have found myself 
inspired to love and feel music in ways I have never experienced before. 

In the midst of exams, homework and endless reading assignments, music at 

Lehigh offers a place to fit in to all different kinds of students across each college. 

Not only music majors and minors are involved in the many ensembles at 

Zoellner. Part of what makes the experience so stimulating is that music is the 

common thread that brings together so many students. I have not only enjoyed making wonderful music at 

Zoellner, but I have also made wonderful friends. Zoellner has become home to those who choose to participate 

in all that it has to offer, and all of us are like a family." 

- Jessy Schocker, '04 




Sarah Rickman 
Jon Sawoska 
Michael Schaefer 
Katelin Schoepe 
Todd Scurci 



Munroe Sollog 
Scott Sundby 
Tyler Tate 
Brita Turner 
Edward Walsh 



Nathanael Washam 
Kristin Wilcox 
Nathan Zander 
Caroline Zimmerman 
Michael Zurat 




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Sayre Park 




^3J| Sayrh A: Paul Kaser, Tim Harris, Ryan 

™ ( ann, Ryan Gorman, Ross Brodbcck, 

Albert Lee, Matt Miller, Fareed Awan 



Sayre B: Sudan Martin, Sarah Goldman, 
Byron Bean, Oscar Guerrero, Avon 
Mack, Dave Myers. Brant Hall, Nillije 
Bcamcn, Peter Shanker, Becky Carlson, 
l.ee Martin, Claire Rossetter, Bryan 



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Sayre C: Mike Bauer, joe McCabe, 
Rees Hawkins, Mike Farrow, Mike 
Whalen, Mark Komal, Barry Helverson, 
Chris Betz 



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Far Left: The entrance to 
Taylor Gym as seen before it 
was remodeled. Left: The 
new entrance to Taylor Gym, 
which houses exercise 
facilities and athletic oflices. 



Class of mS 




"The Class of 2003 has accomplished many 
things for the community and for its own benefit. 
We designed and sold water bottles to raise money 
for our class fund . The class officers worked hard on 
the freshman elections in the fall, arvi are now 

working together with the freshman class officers. 

Our class abo supported the Bethlehem Salvation Army with a canned food 
drive during the holiday season . We are now looking forward to a strong, 
eventfid senior year and hoping to nuike our last year on campus the best 




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Lauren Bell 
Jennifer Benkovic 
Rachel Benney 
Hayley Burns 
Kerry Cullen 



Chris Cunningham 
Yasmin Deliz 
Patrick Dugan 
Amber Grant 
Greg Hucklebridge 



Nicole Jones 
Paul Kaser 
Colleen Knapp 
Eric Konst 
Priscilla Law 



Steph Sterrett, Adam 
Levis, Kim Porpora, 
Chris Muscari and Rich 
Pearson take a break 
trom carving pumpkins 
(luring Halloween. 




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"Fhc silverware drawer is always empty and the sink is always t^ull. Trash cans are 

oserflowinsi; and the refrigerator is empty. It's 29 degrees outside and the oil tank is 

running on tumes. Sotuids like hm, right? Well, it is, living off-campus for the past two 

years and going on my third, I have learned that the freedom and fun are worth the 

torment. Losing the safeguard of the on-campus life is rough, no more meal plans, paid 

utilities, or steady internet connections, hui li\ing off-campus makes up for all that. 

Cir\ph()ns are replaced by landlords; swipe cards are replaced by a set of house keys; 

)arking tickets are replaced with parking permits; and cases of soda are now cases of beer. It gives you a sense that 

ou are li\ing on vour own life by your own rules and it really does prepare you for the "real world" Whether it is 

hrowing a party or just relaxing and watching a movie, nothing really beats the freedom of the off-campus life." 

- Rich Pearson, 03 




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yan Maculloch 
jmaris I Maldonado 
rcfjory Matthews 




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/ /)(' Hdw has (irrirccijor the Class of 2002 to sayf^oodbye 
to Lcbi^h / iiircrsity and move on to bigger and better 
things. While tearing the comfort of Lehigh, which has 
been our home for the last four years, will he bitter- 
sweet, it is lime to begin our journey into the real 
world. Some will continue their education, some will 
begin their first reed job. and others will choose an 
alternative path. We will take with us many great 
memories of fun (Did friends, but most importantly the 
knowledge that our lime at Lehigh has prepared us for 
what is to come, liach of us has endless possibilities for 
the future and are in charge of our own destiny. Best 
wishes to the Class of 2002! 




Far left: At the 1 962 commencemeni 
ceramony, graduates sing Lehigh's 
alrtm mater. Ur\til the graduating 
classes became too large, 
commencements took place on the 
University Center front laum. 

Left: January 2002 graduates listen 
intently to keynote speaker Karen L. 
Stuckey deliver her commencement 
address . Stuckey is a Lehigh alumna 
and corporate trustee to the 
university . 



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Mow: Kristin Handier, Director of the 
Vomen's Center, and President 
■arrington cut the ribbon to commemorate 
he grand opening of the new Women's 
Zenter on the second floor of the 



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Right: Ayoiingcoed shows herfamily 
all the amenities of her new dorm 
room in Lower Centennial in 1971 ■ 
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back then, as they do now , the lack of 
closet space being one. 





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education u ) alievuite the ihortaf^e ofinale teiichers caused h\ Wirrld \Vm J . In thefaR of 1971, w^der^admte procran\s 
leeiv opei\ed to n\ mien , uk) wete /( jt the first dnie cSle tu share fully in Asa Packer's educationd god ofeiuihlirig y(nmg 
people U) combine practicdskilk with theory, reasoiiing arid self 'discipline. Today women nwke up about 4 1 percent 
( )/■ the student popukmm and occupy positiorris of leadership in faculty and administrati(m . With the establishment of a 
Winrien's Studies (rrogram (1972) plus the grcfwth of women's clubs, organizations and athletics oi-er the past three 
decades, the quahvy of university hfe has been er^nced academically, socidly and aikirdly. 

In Fdl 200 1 , Lehi^ launched a year-lcmg series ofspetid eveim arxl pn-ogran\s celebrating "30 Years of Women at 
Lehigh." One of the ny.ij(rr evei\ts of this celebratun year was the Grand Opening of a reiitdtzed Watnen's Center in 
Deceniber of 200 1 . The new missim of the Center is to foster a safe , supportive and respectfd campus eniTronmem 
f<rr ivomen by educating the community about wximen's concerns , rearmmending policy changes pertinent to the status 
ofwnneii at Lehi^, aivl proiidingaforum where mmnen's voices can be heard. 

As we la)k forward to the next 30 years, two ofLehi^'s majcrr challenges uiR be U) reach a 50150 mde-uy-jemde 

student ratio , arid to attract , supprrt arid retdn u-ojmm stidents , staff arid faculty from i auier-repn-esei-ited groups on 

campi Ls , pamailarly wi mieii < tfcoh rr anti wainen scientists and aigmeei-s . W 'ith i mversity leadership a nnniitted to equd 

( )pp n-iHiiih' /( n- dl, Lehi^ can meet tiie^e chdle^^ges , arid we can cmfidently look forward to celebrating many more 

anniversaries of vucnnen at Lehi^ , when gender will no longer prevent intelligent minds from coming together to make 

p)sitive contributiin}s to t/ie university, the nation and the world. 

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Far left: Students, faculty and 
staff participate in the second 
annual benefit performance of 
"TheVaginaMonologues." The 
perfonrmnce of this play was part 
ofV'Day, a world wide effort to 
stop I'l'oience against w'omen. 

Left: The first class of 
under^-aduate women in 1971 
included eighteen females. 




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David Abbott 



Cortnev Abramsohn 



Lena Aburdihe 



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Megan Ackers 



Stacey Adams 





Theresa Adeliyi Folashade Adeshito 



Christopher Albcck 




Michael Alkidas 





lason Allen 





Laura Anastasio 



Brian Andalman 



Jason Andrcotta 



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Michael Antomik 



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left: Tor many students, aoina /l/ioic: Students know hou to use 

abroad is the hiohiight ot tin ir iluir time wisely; academically 

at ademic career. Li/ Piersonhad and soiiallv. Ritk Golebiewski 

the ojiporlunity to Qfi to Bali, and Jason Knivv are masters of 

Indonesia, i iere she is taking an tiiis. i'hoto Rick Goiebie\yski 
offering to the temple \\ ith her 
liost sister. Photo Liz Pierson 



flic Aquilina 




Christopher Argall 




Vincent Armcnti 



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Elisabeth Arniington 





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Rlionda Arnofsky 



Masako Asaka 



Kevin Augusti 



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Elisabeth Austin-Page 



Kurt Avxinduk 



Lauren Ayres 



Meredith Bac i 





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Jessica Bair 



Justin Baker 



Maureen Ba :e 







Anne-Marie Barker 



Sara Barker 



Daniel Barli 



hllian Barcas 







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Aaron Batalion 



Hillan liatcha 



Devon Hattaglia 






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John Baiiniann 



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Kimberh' Bender 






larrad Berman 



C\^ r^r 




Andrew Becker 





Austin Benton 




Karen Bertkau 



Raoiil Bhatta 




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Erika Bialowoz 



Catherine Bishop 



Robert S. Bhv 



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Meghan Blackford 




Andrew Blumenstock 




Jacob Borbidge 




Edward Blanchard 




Kimberly Bogdan 




Jayne Bowen 





Erik Blenheim 




Jason Boire 




Jodi Bower 





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Erika Blod 




Amv Boile 




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IKS lioMiton 



Drew Hradw a\ 



Michael Urandt 



Chad Hrcnsinger 







.'phanic Hriggs 




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Left: Christina Ciallo 
and Noclia Cabrera 
take a break to smile 
for the camera on the 
\\a\ to class. Photo 
Noclia Cabrera 



Above: Kevin Wahila and 
Tim Ivster receive 
Honorable Mention 
from the Alumni 
Association for being 
exempalrv students in 
the areas of academics 
and activities. 



vcc Brockett 




Ross Brodbeck 



Jainie B^okowsk^■ 



Marissa Brooks 






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Louis Brown 



Meghann Brown 



Heather Browr 



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Megan Brownstein 



Laressa Broyles-Moore 



William Bruce 



Steven Brunda, 




James Buccola 





Laura Buddemeyer 





Shayna Buffman 






Kimberly Bullock 



Jamaal Burcher 





Martin Bups 




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riannc lUirklcy 



Wc-stk-\ Hums 



Mark 15iirsliic\n 



Fli/abcth Hurl 









left: Lehiah offers man vcliffcrcnl .4/iore: The Holiday Season isagreat 

Stufl\- Aliroad prowrams durina time to jjet togctlur w ith friends, 

the summer. Chris Amato and Here, (left to right) .Andrew 

I aura iraee at a part\ in Luehen, Becker, Heather Le\ine, .Alisa 

15el<jium in Summer 200 1 . Photo Shamrow , Chris .Mill, and Erika 

Lauren Carhart I^KxkI HxeitupataChristmasTree 

Part\ in December 2001 . 



Matthew Buttacavoli 



James Byszewski 




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Alvaro Cabrera 



Noelia Cabrera 



Jennifer Caffre 









Amanda Cahill 



Michele Calabro 



Noelle Calautti 



MicheUe CaUa| 




John-Paul Caloiero 






Lauren Cangiano 




Nicholas Cappadona 





Lauren Carhart 



Christopher Carino 



Meredith Carleton 



Thomas Cartir 







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lames Cascionc 



Lisa C^atalano 



David C^hadwick 






achan (Ihaikcn 



Carla (Chance 



Mrithyunjay Chandilya Kimbcrh Chapman 




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Dana Chehansk)' 



Joseph Chiarolanza 



Kathn n Chiota 







hristina (Ihojnacki 



Divay Chopra 



Melisa Cinarli 



Steven Clarke 





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Claire Coates 



David Cohen 



Shannon C^oIk 



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Rocco Colabella 



William Coladonato 



Trevor Colahan 



Philip Colbii 




Amy Coles 






Adam Collura 




Thomas Colosimo 





Jude Colwell 



Kate Comeskey 



Andrea Condomitti 



Ryan Con 








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van Corkery 



lulia (iornfifkl 



Brian (A)rrigan 



(Christian (lorrigan 







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le/t.Chris Carino and Above: Spring Bitak is a 

Laura Sch\\amb at the great time to get a\\ay 

Spring Senior Formal from studying and going 

that was held at the toclasses. Sarah Winston 

Sheraton Four Points and Mike Stancampiano 

Hotel in Allentown. enjov the at morning 

cocktails in New Orleans. 



sica Coyne 




Lauren Oampsie 



C\ nthia Crookston 



Rebecca ("nnise 





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Julie Crowley 



Ada Cruz 



Sarah Cubbai 









Lisa Cuny 



Jeffrey Currier 



Elizabeth Curry 



Vincent Cui 




James Cybulski 








Marguerite D'Amato Christoper D'Angelo 





Jessica Damert 



Kataline Darmono 



Ariana Davis 



Justin D;|ii 








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Al\ssa Dtbonis 



James Dcfriiscio 



Talia Degcnnaro 




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Jonathan Deleon 



left: The \ViiUcr(>f01-'02 was 
considert'cl mild. When ihi- 
temperatures did tinallv drop, 
and it snowed twice, everyone 
needed to keep warm. Here, Kim 
Tucker, Sami .Amin and .-\m\ 
Coles keep each other warm in 
February '02. Photo ( )livia Kvle 



Christopher Delp 




Above: Best friends, Mike 
1 isenberg and Paul I aConte 
enjov their last formal as brothers 
of Chi Phi in .April of 2002 in the 
Poconos. Memories ot tormals 
last a lifetime and arc especially 
important to seniors. Photo 
Lauren Carhart 



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Stace^' Deniaio 



Joellvn Dembowski 



Natalie Denisenl 









Michael Diana 



Silvia Diaz 



Philip DiBartolomeo 



Julie DickensheJ 





Eric Dickstein 




Erica DiPilato 





Quaison Dodd 





Jon Donaldson 



John Dor^'walski 



Aaron Drellich 



Ted Dufrtin 







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itlinnc Duke 



(ihriMinc Duncan 



Jeffre\ U) er 



Michael Eylit 







shua 1-hriu 



Michael Eisenberg 



Kellv Ekholm 



Stefanie Ellstein 







Warren Engle 



Kelh Engles 



Eileen Epstein 







uiren I.. Ercole 



Brian Erwin 



Jodi Eshlcman 



Jennifer Esposito 





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Matthew Estadt 



Justin Ethier 



Pedro Fajarc 







Michael Farmer 



Lauren Farrell 



Courtney Fay 



Michael Feda 







Erica Feinman 



Robvn Feldman 



Joshua Feldstein 



Kimberly Felti 





Michael Fendya 





Michelle Ferreri 




Sara Ferris 





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istina I'ishcr 




JacqutliiH- I lam 



Meredith 1 luster 



April 1 kininii 




Iclissa I'letelier 




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/t/r; CdiTiil'irainoivdtfs .\ho\c: Sx-uJi/iiig outside ot 
the monologue, "Mv traditional Lehigh afti\ities is 
Xasjina was m\ V'illaae" in alwaN's an experience. Kim 
Lehigh's second annual Rigdan, Jodi Bower and 
perlormance ot "The Lauren Carliart experienaxi 
\ agina Monologues" in "Nickk- till \<)u lrickle"at 
February. The Roadhoase during the 

spring seme.ster. Photo 
Laiuvn Carhart 



kirk Follett 



Katie Foote 




Cher^i Foster 



Andrea Fotilke 





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Barrett Frankel 





Dani Frisbie 



Susan Fusi 







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Eduardo Frc\ i 





Piotr Gajewsl 




\athalie Gali-Alfonso 



Elizabeth Galiyano 



Christina Gallo 






Heidi Ga|j 




Thomas Gamarello 



Daniel Garber 



Katharine Gardner 



David Geissir 







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Melissa Cicncarclli 



Leslie (iennari 



Jennifer deorge 






Left'. Turninu lucnlv oru' is a .\hovc: Spring Break offers many 

hi^hliaht for all students, lilicd dificrcnt activites, including 

with ^rcat times with friends, karaoke. In the Bahamas, left to 

new responsihiities and right: Rob Motch, Tim Dole, 

freedoms. Ashlev Kav and Jenn .Mike Linck anti Scott Townsend 

O'Connellcelebrate Jenn's 21st sing "She's Lost that Loving 

birthdax at The I lo. Photo Jenn Feehna". Photo.AmandaGontarz 
O'Connell 



Christine (ieorgopoiilos Gregor)' Geraci 



Andrew Giampa 



Tiffan\ Giangiulio 







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Elizabeth Giaquinto 



Am\ ("lilbreth 






Kelly Glas 




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Michael Goff 



Brittany Golcher 



David Goldfeder 



Sarah Goldmi 







Jenna Goldstein 





Richard Golebiewski 





Amanda Gontarz 





Joshua Goodman 



Heather Good'i 





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Vnia\a (iorostiaga 



Katlu riiH- dolliiimr 





David drace 



Y\ette (iracia 





iannah (irccn 



Anita Greene 



Ray Cireenley 



Alison (ireciispon 







ohn Gregg 



Aaron Greiner 



Jennifer Ciriffin 



Jaime Grivalsky 







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■l.icicj Grodzicki 




lason Gruber 



Kimbcrl\ Gr\ n 





lisa Guest 




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Comert Guneri 



Andrew Gustafson 



Jason Gutma 




yde^i^i^A^ 







Laura Guziak 



Stephanie Hahn 



Hiriti Haileselassie 



Allison Hamiltcl 







William Hamm 



Robert Hander 



Travis Hannan 



Whitney Han>- 







Ty Harlacher 

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Lisa Harrington 



Tamm\ Harris 



Andrew Harrisr 







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Jc-nnifcT llalcli 



Irene Hat/istamatis 



Rees Hawkins 




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lobert Heinle 




liristopher Heinrichs 






Left: Many st-niurs liavt- a 
lot of extra time their last 
vearat I ehi^hand talceup 
new hi)l)hies. Here, AUce 
Porawski shows oil her 
new (lance mo\ esthatshe 
haslx-en praetieinaail vear 
Inna. I'hoto Marjorie 
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Al)o\e: Recoveriiiij iroin 
spring break is ne\er easv. 
Cortne\ Abranisohn who 
w ent on a Caribbean Cruise 
and Greji Zelikovsks- who 
w ent to Acai'julco supp)ort 
eaehother while thcv 
recover. I'liolo Sarah 
Winston 



Amanda Hen^^ 



Andrea Herm 



Rik Herman 





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Emily Herron 



Lauren Hertz 



Lynsey Herv( 







Letitia Hittinger 



Tara Ho 



Hien Hoang 



Herbert Hoffmi 







Charles Hopkins 




Christopher Horch 





lason Horowitz 



So^^•a Horwell 



Stephanie Howell 



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Icjt: Alisa Shainrow and Alex 
Ciirsliin pla\ pool at the Steel 
Garden. The opening ol the Steel 
Garden below Bethlehem Brew 
Works has given students the 
chance to sample a \ ariet \' oi Belgian 
heers in a relaxing atmosphere. 
Photo .Alisa Shamrow 



Above: Meeting new and exciting 
people is just one of the perks of 
studying abroad. While studying 
abroad in Australia during the 
Spring 2001 semester, Olivia 
Kvle and Joseph Rivera pose with 
their new friend, an inflatalbe 
kangaroo. Photo Olivia Kvle 



niih- Hymowitz 



Danielle Inipink 



Laura Irace 



Peter Irwin 







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Michael Isaacs 



Haluk Ismen 



Bradley Ispa? 







Katharine Ives 



Jana Iwasaki 



Valerie Jackson 



Siddiqa Jaffi 









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Nabeel Jafferali 



Christopher Jerrett 



Charles Jigarjian 








Stephen Johnson 



George Joost 



Andrew Joslin 



Michelle Jud 







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Lana Kaplan 



Rudyarcl Kaplan 



Adricnnc Karam 



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nnitcT Karp()\ich 



|()hn Ka^anicxcr 



Rachel Kaufman 



Ashlc\' Ka\ 







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Nicholas Kehrwald Alison Kellv 



Bruce Kellv 







iiren Kclh 




Nathan Kennedy 



Rohen Kennedy 



Sean Kenny 






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Anastasia Keramas 



Mohammed Kermalli 



Kristin Kc 









Kwan- Young Kim 



Soo Yun Kim 



Yoon-Jung Kim 



Emily Kii 







Shawn Kirschner 



Kathn n Kirwan 



Catherine Kise 



Amy Klc- 







Benjamin Kline 

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Suzanna Klingensmith 



Kyle Klinger 



anies Knaib 







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Histin Knoop 



Rohcrt Koctkcrt 



Eli/.abclli Koluil 



Kalin Kolcv 







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itricia Kosnik 






Lcjr. 1 111- liijhl.s aiul siuii.> 
on Main Street on tlic IK Jrth 
side of Bethlehem are 
famous for attrartintj 
toursits and e\en Lehiah 
students. Steve Ro%\' and 
EmiK f'i( arelio pose for a 
picture before the Winter 
Formal oiThcta Delta Chi . 
I'hoto Emilv Picarello 



l/xnc. Ij.saCalaiano, Alis<^)n 
Greenspon, Marissa 
Perrelli, BrittanvGolcher, 
1 i/ Gali\ano, Christina 
Chojnaeki and Laura 
.Anastasio take abreak from 
the tiin of Spring Break to 
|:)ose lor a picture. Photo 
Alison Greeaspon 



i llian Kost 




Alison Kotch 



Jonathan Kovalik 



David Kramer 






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Barry Kraver 



Nathan Krieger 



Rebecca Kro; 







Joshua Kuchera 



Alison Kulp 



Timothy Kulp 



Frank Kunziy 







Mary Kurry 





Scott Kurstin 



Christopher Kuruc 






Jessica Kurzman 



Olivia Kyle 



Paul Laconic 



John Lagodi:} 








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Matthew Lapadula 



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Left: Four vcars later, some Above: Courtne\- Woiner, Linda 

members ot Drinker A -i act Murad and Kristin Kerr at the 

tosjether to reminisce about Alpha Gamma Delta Date Partv 

freshman vear memories. (Front in Fall 2001. Date Parties sjive 

Row) Maureen Banle, Rhonda students the opportunity to dress 

.Arnotskv, Dana Mariano, and up and ha\e tun. Photo I inda 

Lauren Carhart. (Back Row) .\lurad 
Melanie Stephenson, Jodi Bower 
and Libbv Mitchell. Photo Lauren 
Carhart 



lieva Latifpour 




Megan Lee 



Nathanacl Lee 



Yung Lee 






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Jennifer Lehman 



Kristen Lennon 



Andrea Leotii 





Heather Lerch 




Kitti Le'wis 




Erin Liebman 






Christina Leveque 



Heather Levine 





C^hristine Liashck 



Zachariah Liberman 





Scott Liebman 



Michael Linck 





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Li>ha l.ohmann 




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Sil\irlxr«an(l LridaKur/ 
s|Hiit their last Spring 
i^nakal the world famous 
\tLintisRi'S()rliii.\assua, 
Bahamas. The Bahamas 
wore a popular spring 
break dcslinaliiJii because 
< )l the almost ^arunteed 
'^reat weather. Photo 
Patricia Kurz 



.l/iiiu;lhe pertentam' ol 
students at athktic events 
is high, due to the fact that 
aamesaix-lree. Bi'lorethe 
start oi an atliletic e\ent 
Zack Rionele, Lauren 
.•\vres, Jason Boirt' and 
Rick Golebiew ski p< )st' i( )r 
a picture. Photo Rick 
Golebiew ski 



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Melvin Lowe 



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Sabrina Loy 






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David Luksenberg 



Katie Lundin 






Suzanne Lupovici 







Joseph Magnotta 



Fernando Maldonado 



Kaaya Malhotra 



Monica Malho a 




Enrique Mancillas 





( )ren Marciano 






Dana Mariano 




Elizabeth Marku 



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Daniclk- Martinez 




Julia Martiiu/ 



Peter Vlar/ano 





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Leanna Masi 




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Roy Mathis 





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Peter Matturri 



Matthew Maurielio 



Jennifer Maust 







latthew Ma\ nard 



Timothy McAuliffe 



Scott McConauln 



Amanda McCormick 







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Meagan McCoy 



Jeffrey McDermott 



Valerie McDonall 







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Brian McDonnell 



Ian McEvily 



Karen McGee 



Kristin McGra 







Thomas McGrath 



Caitlin McKee 



Sean McKenna 



Brian McMurrou i 







Michael McTamney 



Daniel McWeeney Benjamin Mendelsohn 



lill MerdinjT 




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Mallhcw Mclosky 



Jascni Mcl/gtT 



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liristophcr Mill 




■ric Miller 




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Left: Jake Schwartz and 
Steph Hahn take a break 
from dancing at the Chi 
Phi Spring Formal to 
have a drink and talk \\ ith 
friends. Photo Lauren 
Carhart 



Above: Senior vear is tilled 
with ^eat memories ot 
fun times. After a night 
out on the town Cara 
Enael and Laura \'anco 
are all smiles. Photo 
Laura \'anco 



Meredith Miller 



Nicholas Miller 




Laura Milne 



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Elizabeth Miola 



Erin Mishner 



Elizabeth MitchtL 







Alexander Mitman 



Keli Mlodossich 



Ryan Mohr 



Te Morlj 





Gina Montana 






Michael Montenegro Sunitha Moonthungal 





Catherine Moran 



Justin Morea 



Andrea Moreau 



Joseph Mornik 







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■)ctli Morris 



lonathaii Morris 




Hillic Morrow 



Julie Moscow 







[eft: Mil had Warrrn and Brian Above: Hillarv Bauha, I aun-n 

McDonald at Kaplan's Dili in Carhart, Maureen Banfe and Jodi 

No\ ember ot 2001 alter tlu' Bower enjov the great weather 

ceremonN lor Martindale and aood times at tailgates before 



Scholars. Photo 1 inda Murad 



Amanda Mowle 



the 1 ?7th annual Lehigh/ 
Latavette toothall aame. Photo 
I auren C'arharl 

Charlotte Muller 





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Sarah MuUer 



Kristina Munsch 



Linda Mum 



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Kelly Murphy 



Christopher Muscari 



Alexander Napoli 



Daniel Negl 







Jamie Nelson 



Robin Neumann 



Christian Newell 



Patrick Newil 





F.rik Nielsen 





Rachel Noe 




Yooveon Noh 





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:()iiitiu\ Norton 



Joshua N()\;Kk 



Knnitcr OXionncll 



Katlicriiif O'Doniu 






haiiiion O'MallcN 



Timothy Ondcrko 



Davon Ortega 



Kwadwo Osafo-Maafo 




lowcn Osborn 




Mostafa Osnian 





David Otto 




Joseph Otto 





iorey Packard 



Justin Pagan 



Emma Pankenier 



Peter Paone 






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Sin Park 



Siint»-0 Park 



Vincent Parrelli 




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Hina Parveen 



Priscilla Pascual 



Vishal Patel 



Aaron Paterso 





Andrew Peck 





Jeffrey Penterson 





Marissa Perrelli 




Matthew Pestrit 




Elizabeth Piaggesi 



Margaret Piazza 



Emily Picarello 



Anthony Piece a 







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Catherine Poggio 






/<;/(. CortniN AhramMjIui IK'ii: I Ikivisluii-sUnloai 

and Sarah Winston take a nisihluliilc on vacation, but 

quick picture before during the clay, most head 

Kaxina their cabin to to the beach for some fun in 

iliiik out llie niahthte tliesun. Durino a break in 

aboardtliecruiseshipthex riorida, Colin Kennedy 

wert' on ()\er Spring soaks up some ravs at the 

l^reak. I'hdto Sarah Ix-adi. PhotoJcnnRudnicki 
Winston 



lattlicw Pohorilak 



Alvce Porawski 



John Powers 



Jonathan Prager 






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Elizabctli Ashkn Prather 



lennifer Pratt 



Monica Prcs; 







Annelise Preslan 



John Provenzano 






Eldar Radovici 




Kelly Rafferty 

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Stacy Rallo 



Juan Ramirez 



Tina Randazzo ^'clizaveta RashkoviiL 







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latthcw Read 



oliii Kcarclon 




Erin Rcbtlc 



Harold IUtIiIct 




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Jennifer Reid 










/!:/?.■ Unlike the majoritv of students .\ho\c: Jainu- CJrixalskv, Meri 

whoheadedtowarmclimatescncr Carleton and Jmn Rudnickitake 

Spring Break, Jenn O'Connell and a break trom studying to lounge 

Katie Schenderlein spent their around. Hanaing out with friends 

\aiation in Iceland w ith the Earth is just one ot the man\ torms of 

and Enviroiiiiiintal Science procrastination that students 

Dtpartnunt . i'lioln jenn create during finals. Photo Jenn 

O'Cniinei! Rudiiicki 



Rickia Reid 



Dana Reiff 





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Tara Rembert 



Luis Reyes 



Thomas Richarti*^ 







Andrew Rieland 



Jennefer Riendeau 



Hannah Riger 



Michael Rinkun; 







Laura Riordan 




Thomas Rissell Jacquehn Rivers 

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Keith Roberts 



Krista Robinson 



Benjamin Rockoff 



Kim RodgB^ 






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Daniel Romanow 



tugene Rosamilia 








Miiiellc Rosen 



Amber Rosenbern' 



Erica Rosenblum 



Matthew Rosenteld 





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Lauren Ross 




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Kelly Roth 



Michelle Roth 





ica-Marie Roth 



Joshua Rothnian 



Paul Rotondi 



Derek Rounds 







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Jennifer Rudnicki 



Gabriel Rusu 



Margaret Ruthertoi 







Craig Sabbatino 



Yoshitaka Saito 







John Samar Adriana Santamai 

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Gabriela Santamaria 



Kristin Sargent 



Joshua Sattin 



Gregory Sawiiii 







Tlionias Scaperotto 



Patrick Schcerer Kathcrinc Schendcrlein 






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•ian Scliiicidcr 




Jclfrc) hchi)cabcrg 



Robert Scholl 



Natasha Schuh 





lura Schwaiiil-) 




:()b Schwartz 






Icji: While ji-aiis aix- l/iiuc. Kar\n Wuna, 

consiclercd stanclarrl for a Fmilv Picarello and Kellv 

nomial night out at rdiigh, .\Uirphv stroll along a 

slucknts welcome the privateiieachinFreeport, 

ehancetodressupforspcdal Bahamas during a 

(Kvasions, sucha-st'onnals. vacation in March. 



I kre Liuren Caihail and photo 
Mike Eisenberg show oflF Picarcllo 
iJieir lomial wear at Chi 
I 'his Sjinna Fonnal. Photo 
I aiinn Caihait 



Emilv 



jmathan Sch^^ artz 



Nicole Schwartz 



iMct^hann Scifcrt 



John Scintncr 




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Mehmet Seymen 



Alisa Shamrow 



Katherine Shannr 



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Julie Sharenko 



Anthony Shave 



Justin Shaw 



Rachael Shealli 






Carolyn Shemwell Sarah Shepherd Stewart 





Aaron Sherrick 





J.T. Shields 



Zachar^' Shirk 



Danielle Shube 



Kristy SM 







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Benjamin Silver 



Jill SilvcrbcTg 



Tracev Silverio 





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Left: The Senior Class Council 
sponsored the Spring Senior 
Formal which was considered a 
success bv man v. Jennifer Hatch 
and Jamie Nelson are seen here 
taking a break from dancing to pose 
tor a picture. 



.ibove: At the Alpha Chi Rho Formal 
Tim Bush, Derek Harmel, Sean 
Kennv, John McDonald, Chris 
Jcrrett and N'oelia Cabrera pose 
tor a picture. End ot the vear 
formals prorided an opportunits' 
for fi-atemits members and their 
dates to have fun in a fancv 
atmosphere. Photo Noelia Cabrera 



nzanne Silverman 




Rico Silvetti 



Leonid Simkhovich 



Sanjoy Sircar 






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Jill Slavin 



Erica Slaw 



Maureen SlemeiK 







J. Sluka 



Geoffrey Smith 



Travis Smith 



Meghan Smy . 







Jason Snagusky 



Melissa Snyder 



Penny Soden 



Peter Somermji 







David Sosna 



Nicholaos Soumelidis 



Scth Spoenlein 



Adam Spci 







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ichael Stancampiano Martin Stanishiwski 



Tliomas Sltczkowski 



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manda Stricklcr 



Kristin Strohm 



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mathan S\fii 



Antonina Symia 







Mclanie Stephenson 



Robert Stewart 





Robert Sulzbach 



Kimberh Summers 






Jeffrey Syracuse 



Stephen Szewczak 







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Jason Szostek 



Daniel Tapyrik 



Gwendolyn Ta\ 1( 



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Matthew Testa 



Jillian Thein-Wai 



Danielle Thibeault 







Alissa Thomas 



Bridgid Thomas 



Brian Timko 



Cynthia Tind 1 







Casey Tinsley 



Jason Tober 






Jake Towk 




T %enior% 



iitt Townscncl 




I.ila I nibanino 



Matias 'I'roccoli 



Mikhacl'lrocki-Vidcll 




kiilxrU I'lickcr 



Tashicka 1 iickcr 





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Laura Tursick 




:hael Tuskes 



Elizabeth Tvler 











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Above: At a Chi Omega date part)- Carla Chance poses with her big 
sisterin thesororitv, Jenn O'Conncll. Formanvsororitv girls the big/ 
littli- relationship has gi\cn them a special IkmkI that 
will last a litelime. Photo Jenn O'Conm-ll 



Bnan Ursic 



Martin Utreras 





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Liza Uva 



Heather Vail Diana Van Den Esse 







Lauren Van Embden 



Laura Vanco 



Todd Vazquez 



Paul Ver 





Melissa Viele 






Christopher Vitale 




Jordan VoUc 





Michael Von Orelli 



David Wachs 



Kevin Wahila 



John Walls r 








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Lisa W alts 



Jennifer Warner 



Micliae! Warren 







:ott Wasilak 



Janel Watts 






Left: The Class ot 2002 started a 
new tradition this year, the Senior 
Formal. The first in December 
was such a success that the Senior 
Class Council decided to hold 
another one in the Spring. Here, 
three students take a break from 
dancing to pose tor a picture. 

Kirsten Wayne 



Above: Libby .Milchell, Kob Scholl 
and Suzanne Lupovici meet at 
the Tally Ho to celebrate the end 
of their final vear on Student 
Senate. Photo Lauren Carhart 



Geoffrey Weathersbv 





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Tustin Weaver 



Scott Weber 



Courtney Weint 



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leffreA' Weiner 



Bari Weinstock 



Stephen Weiss 



Christopher We 




Courtney Wen 






Keith Wennogle 





Kara Wetzel 






Maureen Wliitley 



Michelle Wildgen 




Lauren Williams Marissa B. Willian 





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;yan Wilt 



Lcigli \\ inchcstcr 



Laura Wind 



Sarah Winston 







{radlev Wolf 



Danielle Wolf 



Kathleen Wolf 



Sean Wolf 



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)anielle Wolfe 




Valerie Wolt 



Kar)n Wong 



Joshua Wood 




Adam Wriglit 





Brian Wright 




Bo-Moon Yee 





Abraham Yoffie 



Ryan Yokel 



Christie Yoiii 







Anthony Zecca 



Gregory Zelikovsky 



Patrick Zimmerman 



Lauren Zoh 






Above: Kara Wetzel, Linda Miirad, Dana Aj<j/i(: Liz Curry happily accepts her aw aid at 

Chehanskv, and Joi Motley take a break from the Dean of Students Leadership Awards 

having tun durino Spring Break to pose for a Dinner on May 2, 2002. Liz received a 

picture. Photo Linda Murad contribution to student liie award. 

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irah Abdulla 
natlian Adams 
loaib Alamgir 
icholas Allen 
illiam Anderson 
ffre> Andrews 
)rrainc Annucci 
itlrcw Arnold 
idrcw Atha 
.■tcr Aiierbach 
itricc Banks 
iiristoplicT Bania 
' ark Bcnfield 
avid Middle 
ark Hisliar 
cmp Bohlen 
eghan Boland 
ira Bosak 
ilin Bright 

irtholoniew Brown 
imitn Bruk 
aniel Brzae 
atthew Bucciero 
ihn Buekley 
hristopher Biidesa 
itriek Biionincontri 
ipanat Buranarom 
mothy Burris 
hristian Burton 
aria Camody 
ndscy C^arioni 
acy Caron 
mcs Casey 
harles Cassa 
tiristian Castellani 
iovanni Castro 
avid Cerminaro 
atthew Cxrnobyl 
ic Chan 
andy ("han 
he-Wei C^hang 
■ank Chartier 
aximilian Chen 
regor>' Chirieleison 
illiam Choi 
hill c;how 
'hn C^iannello 
lillip (;iaiiser 
elissa Ch mcr 
aniel Cohen 
'bulun (;ongdon 
hristine Cordero 
raig Corso 
Iran Dag 
atthew Dankner 
aniel Darr 
)ring Da\ 
idres De Francisco 



Peter Dematteo 
Meggan Dencker 
Marika Deppmeyer 
Brandon Detmer 
Ronald Dieirick 
Shen Dillon 
Mary Distasio 
Samuel Donham 
Lynn Dukette 
Matthew lilias 
Mark lindress 
Todd Htlers 
Daniel Fein 
Ashley Felden 
Blake Feldman 
Tyler Finkle 
Dominick Fiorilli 
Todd Fleming 
Eric Flynn 
Anna Ford 
Matthew Foster 
Robert Frank 
Christopher Frisco 
James Fuerhenn 
Brent Fuller 
Pern' Fuller 
Ana-Carina Gallo 
Bethany (ianssle 
Annette Gavigan 
Robert George 
James German 
Heather Gershen 
Shawna Ciilroy 
AJex Girshin 
Matthew Glunt 
Emil) Godfrey 
Andrew Goliash 
Benjamin Gordon 
Gedne> Ciorgrant 
R\ an Gorman 
Timothy Gosser 
Ivor Griffiths 
Gan Griggs 
Michael Grimes 
Jonathan Gubiotti 
Jenna Ciupko 
Patrick Gurin 
Sarah Halpren-Ruder 
Jay Heibel 
Andrew Herzing 
Brandon Hess 
Jason Hess 
Brian Hetsko 
Gregory Hild 
John Hilferty 
Nicole Hobor 
Bruce Hodsdon 
Sharon Hong 



Zachary House 
Nathaniel Hunsinger 
Katie Hunt 
Grant Hutcliings 
Shine Hwang 
Michael Ip 
Daniel Irwin 
Pooja Jaiswal 
Jason Johnson 
Momoro Kaji 
Eser Karaka\ a 
Nicholas Kavallieratos 
Daisuke Kawamura 
Andrew Keating 
Brian Kelleher 
Ja-Woo Kim 
Amanda Kiser 
William Knipscher 
Jane Knowles 
Jennifer Koch 
Eric Koester 
John Kovich 
Kristy Kulick 
Daniel Labar 
Jennifer Langweber 
Nathaniel Lauver 
Julianne Lawson 
Ming-Huei Lee 
Robert Leichter 
Jason Leroux 
Yen- Wing Leung 
Brian Linton 
Kevin Lopez 
David Lorah 
Alexandre Magalhaes 
Andrew Magnotta 
Rekha Mahale 
Kristy Mak 
Sean Marley 
John Marlow 
Michael Marmion 
Colin Marshall 
Sudan Martin 
Jonathan Martindale 
Eric Matthews 
Robert Mbom 
Brian Mc Murrough 
Michael Mcclajlon 
James Mclaughlin 
Derek Merrifield 
Cesar Meza 
Nicole Mieike 
Heather Milliime 
Brent Miller 
Amol Mohapatra 
James Moore 
Hunter Morris 
Erin Munlev 



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James Murray 
(iillian Myerberg 
Peter Nastasi 
Chi Ng 
Hau Nguyen 
Thu Nguyen 
Shane Nicholls 
Daniel Norell 
Matthew Ochs 
(iabriel Osorio 
Ryan Overberger 
Ardis Owens 
Roberto Palladino 
Michael Paoli 
Edward Park 
Nehal Patel 
(Charles Pellish 
Damion Perr>' 
Christopher Peter 
Sarah Phan 
Geoffrey Popadiuk 
Alexandro Posada 
Gregorio Presa 
Am\' Proctor 
Meninder Purewal 
Allison Rabinovitz 
Dannia Ramirez 
Scott Regina 
Michelle Reichard 
Daniel Richter 
Joseph Rivera 
Thomas Rock 
Robyn Roditi 
Robert Rohn 
(iregor\' Romano 
Christine Roque 
Jared Roseman 
Damian Ross 
Steven Rowbottom 
Susan Rubow 
Adrienne Russell 
Mark Sabella 
Tae Sakamoto 
Alimad Saliq 
Jaya Sarin 
Ingrid Schafrick 
Lee Schechter 
Ryan Schneck 
Joseph Scialabba 
Sanjoy Seal 
David Servas 
Rishi Seth 
Br> an Shaffer 
Casey Sheary Tinsley 
Hui-Ting Shen 
Barr> Shenker 
Jason Shupe 
Raina Sinha 



Elizabeth Smith 
Josh Snyder 
Kaushik Som 
Mark Spedalicre 
Gregor)' Steinberg 
Jessica Steinitz 
Warren Stout 
Dermot Stratlon 
Jesse Sugarman 
Michael Suozzi 
Karen Sykora 
Kedar Tamhankar 
Cireta Tang 
Jesse Taylor 
Justin Ta)lor 
Lucas Taylor 
Scott Taylor 
Laura Tetro 
Suvit Thammongkol 
Kristen Todeschini 
Thalassa Tonks 
Neal Toomey 
Ross Trachtenberg 
Tom Tredway 
Andrzej Trela 
Jonathan Trenkle 
Anthon)- Triglia 
Ar\'ind Trindade 
Tara Tro)' 
Lisa Tsai 
Matthew I'shler 
Caren Vernon Griffith 
Daniel Viani 
James Vinci 
Robert Visco 
Huyen Vo 
Joseph Volturo 
Brian W alkcr 
Jennifer Walsh 
W illiam Walsh 
Kiniberly Warmbold 
Keli Wells 
Jessie W infield 
Derek Wischusen 
David Wong 
l-Der Wu 
Dong Yi 

Shunsuke Yoshida 
Kanako Yoshii 
Mariel Young- 
Walentine 
Daniel Yuan 
Roben Zeoli 
Christopher Zeynel 
(]hadd Zivic 
Matthew Zsofka 
Sarah Zurat 






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January 13,2002 



Kighl : At the 
commencement 
ceremony, one 
hundred and 
seventy-eight 
people graduated 




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Right: Commencement speaker, 
Karen L. Stuckev was a member 
of the first class of undergraduate 
women at Lehigh, and is currently 
a corporate trustee. 




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true extitcment ot 
graduation starts when 
the diploma is in vour 
hands. 



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Dean of College of Engineering and Applied Sci- 
ence, Bobb Carson, Dean of College of Arts and 
Sciences, and Roland K. Yoshida, Provost, listen to 
the speakers. 



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June 2, 2002 



Risjht: Chris Duncan 
sliows her excitmcnt 
during commencment. 







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Right: Commencement speaker 
Christie Todd Whitman shared 
her guidance and wisdom w ith 
the Class of 2002. 



ill: I'lxsidi-iil Grcgor\ 
rarrington congratulates 
one of Lehigh's newest 
graduates. 




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Stefanie * Amanda 
Erin * Ariana * Julie 





531 HILLSIDE 

"Hey, my friend, It seems your eyes are 

troubled. Care to share your time with me. 

Would you say you're feeling low and so, A 

good idea would be to get it off your mind. 

See, you and me. Have a better time than 

most can dream. Have it better than the 

best. So can pull on through. Whatever 

tears at us. Whatever holds us down, And it 

nothing can be done. 

We'll make the best of what's around." 



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3rd Floor Girls 



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Quinn Allen 
Jessica Asem 
Tiffany Berman 
Kristin Bigach 
Lauren Bill 
Lindsey Bulkley 
Erin Eisele 
Rachel Glauser 
Courtney Junkin 
Marissa Just 
Cori Luszcz 



Karen Manahan 
Tin Ming Pang 
Adrienne Panos 
Annemieke Rice 
Sharon Spilatro 
Meagan Walters 
Arleigh Waring 
Deanna Willard 
Allison Williams 
Maureen Wink 
Gryphon Linda Wu 



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this page is dedicated to my family, friends, and memories, to dad, mom and brother, a special thanks for your love 
and support, recollection & friends - butch, the b-man, can't forget the other B, jay brooks, shay, gurus robert williar 

angen & kenny kuchtyak., craig keiser, fatty, cuz's craig & scott, NYC, garrett knutson the g-rat, mark bishar, 530 
west 27th, the legend anythony ialeggio, Atlantic City, lehigh wrestling, props to 2X-AA dave esposito, ncaa champ 

rob rohn and AA jon trenge and chris vitale, the edge family, emie monaco, damion logan and the norgaards, zeke 
dog, culture club, recess, the crews from toms river and brick, said he'll see me on the tTipside on this trips he's takei 

for a ride, providence rhode island, ohm & limelight, pink floyd, museums, mark salgado, peculiar pub, shampoo, 

deco, philosphy classes, las vegas, tattoos, bleecker St., blair academy w/ greg francesca, jeff buxton, woody french, 

oh by the way, which one's pink? kenny's castaways, bamboo, Fridays, thanksgiving at life, boo with KH at the roxy 

the girlfriends, kinders, dragged down by the stone, sound factory, special, mama lena's, mike T, perth amboy, Strang 

ers passing in the street by chance two separate glances meet, in the village, roger waters at pnc & the garden, 
madison Wisconsin-nice trip, seaside heights, the boston comedy club, you're nearly a laugh but you're really a cry, 

Philadelphia w/ keiser, history classes, soho, Jennifer r., dave & erica, Christina g., jason caruso, twilo nights. New 
York City rules, pearl jam at camden, doowekal, scott duff, bud, shine on you crazy diamond, sorority formal, heartf 

and thoughts they fade, fade away. I think that about does it. Thank you once again to my family, friends, lehigh 

university teachers and professors, and anyone else who I have left out. Life is a trip, take it. Feel the new wind ofl 

change on the wings i>f ihc night. Every inch between us becomes light years now. 




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^|^t ine grass • KaspDerry Twist ■ 'Shut up or 111 Kill You!" S 



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A 537 Hillside Ave. 

^ J ». Gillian, Laura, Tricia, Jill 

The Final Four 





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Jamie Julie 



Kolly Mich«ll« 



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511 & 513 EAST 





EILEEN* ANDREA ♦ ERICA 





JEN ♦ AMAYA ♦ DANIELLE 




"I always knew I would look back on the times I cried, and laugh, 



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PACKER AVENUE 




♦ MELISSA ♦ NOELLE 




♦ JACKIE ♦ ERICA ♦ LIS 





But I never thought I'd look back on the times I laughed, and cry." 



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Hlcakla^l tccaps • Hook ol Aniwcrs • Sexy While Ulousc • 
Miircllo • JcMl-C) Shot sculptures • Mmm. Dominos • Water Bra 

• Wed night Dawson's • "No sex in the Champagne Room" • 
Jon"t call me don't wrile" • Arbor Mist • Sketchy Lot • Smelly- 

() Micro burst w a twist • "don't look at me I'm wet!" • Jell's 
pi/za box notes • " F'»S you' I'm a iV/o'ing swimnKr!" • TAPI 

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shower • Friday night parties in Court's room • daiquiris and 
dishes • Friday's at Pete's • Cancun \A • falling through the stage 

• Slapping contest • Fl's • Top 10 reasons • "( u/ 1 got high" 

• 3 guys 1 girl in a night • spying from the hole • Ix-ave a message 
baby • "I'm a legend" • Gmr • Lambada Chec • Court's class 
\ idai- "Ihcir all the same" • Fnends • Eorye • Robbie-Bobbie • 
Mangos • "Por Fry Rye " • "It just ended up there" • Shmoo's 
infamous leg hump • The Pope rot)m • I>rinking Dnedel • Jenga 

• "Can I have a sleepovcr''" • Don't leave a message so you can 
call back • "One more time" tantrum • "Back seal of my jeep " • 
Senior night at the Ho • Fun Stun • Untapped resources at Leon's 

• Old cows • Double lock • "Where's JC" • Court's beeping • 
1 1' • Phenomenal • Milk shake and burger night* "that was a 
\ery ixld night" • Floaters • She ate HALF the pumpkin • Baha- 
mas • abandoned for London • Keg's on ice • bnta & ice trays • 
pec couch • Shmenkle • Sketchy Tom • Richie Rich • Good 
>melling boy • Gremlin • Shmoo, Shmoss & Shmoosc • New 
Ncars at Tom's • Jenn's dancing • cooking & makeup lessons • 
Romp • (jary & Kristin • underwear hat • 80's music • Foo Foo 
drinks • Shmaily + Melissa • blinking lights • Mow you doin? • 
LIcphant cock • Jenn's dog-ear do • "where are you going''" • 
"Oops I got a boner" • Formal treak-outsi • Court's dancing face 

• Melissa's b-day visor • "Viele what the F»S*!" • 100-meter 
dash • Bigheaded Elvis • double trouble • kitchen raids • he 
doesn't have a 5-year plan! • one time at band camp. • sign my 
year book? • you're blowing up • The Feud • buck up • bo> 
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AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS 

OF 2002. 

WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN SO 
PROUD OF YOU. 

YOU HAVE WORKED HARD ON 
AND OFF THE FIELD. 

WE WISH YOU MUCH HAPPINESS 
AND SUCCESS IN LIFE. 

ALL OUR LOVE ALWAYS 
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Congratulations Noelle Calautti 

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overwhehii me. 

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God has blessed me, 

with you! 

Be happy! I am so proud 

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I Love You, 
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Rickia's our baby, 
now mature and 
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WE LO\'E YOU. 
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Congratulations Scott! 
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Congratulations , 

Kim and the class of 

2002. 

May all your 

dreams come true! 

Love, 

Mom , Dad and 

Katie 





JCaura, 

Congmtulations on your giudiiatiun 
fi'oin college. We are ]peiy proud ofijoii! 
^(/llways follow your dreams. 
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Congratulations 

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We are so proud of you. 
Happiness and success always. 




Congratulations Penny, 

We are proud of all you do ar]d all that you are! 




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vlom, Dad, Grandmas Lilly and 5ylvia, Aunt Judy, Uncles 

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Kevin. May all your dreams come true. 
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Congratidallons and all the very best 
to the love of our lives, 

Jill Courtney Slavin 

We wish ijou afuUiir as bright and 

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Congratulations 
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We are all so proud of 

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Happiness and success 

always! 

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Congratulations to the most 
"marvelous" daughter anyone could 
wish for. As always, reach for the 

sky! There is no dream for you, 
Tammy, that's a fairy tale. 

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MATT ROSENFELD. 

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Were so proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad and Dav 



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WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU. . . 

CONGRATULATIONS I SUCCESS I LOVE, 

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Congratulations Lana Kaplan! 

Hats off to you! You have always made 
us so proud! 

Best wishes for a lifetime of happiness 
and success. 

With all our love, 
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May your dreame today 

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Congratulations to Pete Bulger, the graduating brothers of 
Kappa Sigma and the class of 2002! 




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SHANNON 

BORN ON Tilt 4TH OF lULY. 

A riKLCflACKER, OF WHOM 

WF HAVE BFFN MOST PROUD. 

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AND SUCCESS. AND KNOW 

THAT YOU WILF AFWAYS, 

BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE. 

WE FOVE YOU SO MUCH, 

AND KNOW THAT YOU 

WIFE REAFIZE AFF 

YOUR DREAMS. 

FOVE. MOM AND DAD 




BEST OF LUCK 

TO CHRIS 

and 

THE CLASS OF 2002 

LOVE, MOM. 



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(Congratulations 

Zach! 

May all your 

dreams come 

true!! We're so 

proud! 

Lo\ e from the 

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We're very proud 

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CONGRATULATIONS BRIAN TIMKO. 



WE ARE VERY 

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YOUR 

OUTSTANDING 

ACHIEVEMENTS. 



LOVE. MOM 
AND DAD 




Congratulations, Julig 
\Nere eo proud of you 



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Congratulations LeAnna 
We're so proud of you! 
May all your dreams 
and wishes come true! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



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We are very proud of you, Rob. 

May your future be bright, successful, 

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Always keep striving for the best 

and you will acheive your dreams. 

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Dad, Mom, Michael, 

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Congratulations! Your family loves 
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and the class of 2002. 

Happiness and success always. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Matthew 



Congraudations J^iinbeHy 




and to the class of 20 

Your family 

loves you. 

May all your 

dreams comt 

true! 



Congratulations Tim, 

You've made us proud. 

Good luck in all your 
future endeavors. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and 

Casey too! 





OBYN FELDMAN 




CONGRATULATIONS 

ROBYN! 

YOU ARE DESTINED 

TO MAKE THE 

WORLD A 
BETTER PLACE. 

LOVE, 

MOM, DAD AND 

JESSICA 



CONGRATULATIONS 

NANCY D. ROMAN 

VE ARE 50 PROUD OF YOU. 

MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS 

COME TRUE! 



We are proud of you 

And your cheerful ways; 

Your competence and laui2;hter 

Brighten our days! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Jeff and Katie 




CONGRATULATIONS, 
LISSA BURT! 




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CONGRATULATIONS GEOFF! 

May you always travel in style. 



We are so proud of you! 
All our love, 

Mom, Dad, Roo, Aunt Maude, Uncle Charlie, Jenai, 
Jessica, The Mumfords and Woozle, Willow and Guinness 



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No a \\XX\e <girl you wanted to be 
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Congratulations Charlie! 
We are eo proud of you! 




We love you, 

Mom and Dad, Matt and Wie\\55a, Mike and Lisa 

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Khonda Lynn, 

You are a qreat achiever. 

\Nere eo proud. 

Tomorrow, come what may. 

loveYa, Mom and Eddie 




James, 

From the first year 

through the twenty-first year, 

you made us proud. 

We couldn't love you more. 

Congratulations, 

Love, Mom, Dad and Jeanie 



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With pride for all you've been, 
With joy for all you are, 
With hope for all you'll be. 
And with Love... 
for always. 

We are tremendously proud of you! 

Congratulations Gene! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Maria and Grandpa 




CONGRATULATIONS )UST1N 

You are a wonderful son, brother, and 
friend. We love you and are so proud of 
you. May all your dreams come true! Keo 
smiling. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Jared 



Congratulations 
Gillian Kost 




The world is at your feet. 
Enjoy the journey. 

With much love and pride , 
Mom and Dad. 




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We are proud of you 

and wish you 
happiness and success! 



love forever, 

Mom, Dad and Koeeame 



You have achieved a milestone 

in your \[(e, 
and it's only the beginning... 

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MR. ENGINEER. 

CONGRATULATIONS AND 
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Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS... XANDER 

With your keen mind, kind heart and 
entrepreneurial spirit, we know you'll succeed 
at whatever career path you choose to pursue! 

Love, 
Aunt Joyce and Uncle Lloyd 




Con^atuladons , Xanderl I am so 

proud of the fine young man you are 

and wish you success and happiness ir 

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devoted grandmother, Kiki. 




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live with PASSION! We love 

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Congratulations 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 




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Congratulations Kris, 

You're an inspiration to us. It's 
•een a terrific 22 years sharing in 
our life. We wish you love and hap- 
piness. (j()d bless you! 

L()\c, 

Mom, Dad, Mike, Tommy and Ryan 




CONGRATULATIONS TONY! 
HATS OFF TO YOU ON YOUR 

GRADUATION! 

MAYYOUR FUTURE BE FILLED 

WITH HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. 

LOVE. 
DAD. MOM AND KARINA 

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EMILY 
We're 60 proud of you and all your accomplishments. 
May all your dreams come true... 
Always cute, smart, independent, but always and 
forever our precious little ^irl. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

R5. Good job, two thumbs up. 
Gre^ and Erin 



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KEEP MOVING! 
KEEP SMILING! 

Congratulations 
and Continued Success 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Paul 



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Laura dearest, 

We are so very proud of you! 
Keep smiling, reach for the stars, 
the sky's the limit. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Cari 




CONGRATULATIONS CINDI. 

VOU ALWAYS SET YOUR GOALS 

HIGH AND ACHIEVE THEM. 

YOU'RE THE BEST! 

LOVE MOM AND DAD 





Congratulations 
Andrea. Were so 
proud of you! 



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We are very proud of you! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Shellee and Kristin 




Congratulations Amanda! 

We are so proud of you! 

The future is yours and we w ish you 

happiness and success always! 



Love, 

Mom, Dad and Caitlin 



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Congratulations 
Katie 

Were so proud of you! 
We love you bunches. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Wendy 

Timmy and Sam 



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OPPORTUNITIES. SEIZE THEM AND ENJOY 

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Congratulations Stacey! 
We are extremely proud of all you have 
accomplished. May all your dreams come tru 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Lauren 




Congratulations Laura!!! 

We are very proud of you! 
Happiness and success always! 

Love, 
The Vanco Family 



Congratulations Aaron 

You were great back then — 

you re even better now! 
You have grown into a fine young man 

and we are so proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 
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Congratulations Michelle 

^Jiappiness and Success 

, /I feeling ofwonhiness and accoinplisJinient 

Joy and Satisfaction in all ijou do 

These are just a few of our wishes for you. 

We lope you so niucli! 



Xgve ^(/Ilways, 

Grandma ^re and '^ncle Mitchell 

Grandma Vivien and Grandpa 




Congratulations Andrea! 
and the class of 2002 




We wish you all of the blessings 

that life has to offer. We are so 

proud of you today and 

everyday. 

Love, 

Mom, Dave, Dan, Betsy, Marcus, 

Uncle Don and Alex 



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"The pleasure you ^et from life 

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Congratulations Danielle, 
Love, Mom, Dad and Lindsay 



my, yoii'xe made us 
so proud. We love 
you and w ish you 
happiness. 

lom, Dad, Brett and 
Cubbie 





CONGRATULATIONS 
JENNIFER! 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF 
YOU ON YOUR 
GRADUATION. 

MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS 
COME TRUE. 

LOVE, 

MOM AND DAD 



Congratulations Mostafa, 
We're so proud of you! 

We proudly 
congratulate 
you on your 
graduation, 
your 

dedication, 
sensitivity and 
your hard 
work; it has all 
paid off and 
will lead you 
to a successful future. We all love and 
admire you. We are looking forward to 
seeing you design a landmark pyramid. 

Keep the hope ali\e. 




CONGRATULATIONS KIM! 




'What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters 
compared to what lies within us." — Ralph Waldo Emerson 

With love and pride in all your accomplishments, 
Mom, Dad and Mike 

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CONGRATULATIONS MICHELLE! 

How proud wo are of all your aohiovomonte ar\d tho wondorful 

and caring parson youVo bocomo. 

Valuo your talonte aY\d make this world a better place. 

May you ALWAYS be happy and follow your droams. 




With much 

Love and Pride, 

Mom, Dad and Nanci 




Congratulations Meghan Marie Smyth! 

We are so proud of you. 

May all your dreams come true. 

Lots of Love, 

Mom, Dad, Colleen and Erin 




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Sarah, 

Congratulations on your graduation from 
Lehigh. We are so very proud of you and 
wish you lots of love and happiness as yo 
venture out into the world. 

Love, 

Mom, Skip, Hilly and Bandit 




Con^ratu lations Jay Szostek — 2002! 

YouVe eucceeded with 
hard work and tremendous 
effort! We are proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Conn 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Kelly Murphy and the 
Class of 2002! 

You have earned 

your wings. Angel, 

now soar as high as 

you can, always 

with our love and 

support. 

Mom, Dad and 
Lieather 




BARRY 
KRAVER 




"Battling Barry" 

We are so proud of you, and all you have 
:complished at Lehigh. We don't know where the 
ears have gone. Dad is smiling down on you and 
"levelling!" We love you so much! 

Mom, Michael and Albie 



JUSTIN, CONGRATULATIONS! 



We are so proud of 
you! 



Love, Mom, Dad, 
Derek and Kristie 




Congratulations 
Corey! 

Han,g on, you're 
^oing places! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Tessa 

and Jaclyn 





Dear Katie, 

You Are Our Sunshine. 

We've enjoyed watching you grow 

and develop into the wonderful 

person you are. May your 

journey in life be filled with 

much health , happiness , and 

success . 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Joseph, 

Robert and Fred 




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Giselle 




"Good times become good memories. Bad times become 
good lessons. There's always something good that comes 
out of every life experience. You can never lose, you can 
only gain from life." 



Congratulations! We are proud of you! 
Love, Mom, Dad and Solange 





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Sean 

Your love of life, your loyalty (still a Giants fan after all 
these years) , and your li^hthearted ways have brought joy 
into my life and success into yours. You have always made 
the right choices in life and your choice of college was no 
exception. You had the time of your life at Lehigh and made 
friendships worth their weight in gold with your brothers of 
Alpha Chi Rho. 

"Lehigh and Sean — Perfect together." 

If success is measured by happiness , you have reached the 
top of the ladder. I am so proud of you, congratulations'. 

Love, 
Mom 




'he future belongs to those who believe 
the beauty of their dreams." 

-Eleanor Roosevelt 

Congratulations Elizabeth on your 
graduation! 

Love, 

Pad, Mom and Anne 




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Moe, 

The key to success is yours to behold. 
Your wondrous talents are treasures of gold. 
Today, tomorrow and always, too. 
This key to success belongs to you! 

With love and pride, 

Mom, Dad and Andy 



Great job Aaron! 

Whatever path you choose, 

we know you will be successful, 

Love, Mom and Dad 



AARON DRELLICH 



Never stop dreaming! 




Congratulations 

Karl 
WeWe so proud 

of you. 

Love Mom and 

Dad 



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CONGRATULATION, 
REES AND THE CLA^ 
OF 2002. 



YOU ARE LAUNCHEI 

i 

WITH LOVE, 
FROM MOM, DAD, 
MERRILL, LYDIA ANll 
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CONGRATULATIONS, ALLISON 



Thanks for th( 

memories and 

the loving carej 

With love fron 

all the 

Hawkins. 





Success \e> getting what you want. 
Happineee \e liking what you q^et. 
We are so proud of you 
and your accomplishments. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, 3rett and Chelsea 



Congratulations Josh Rothman 

We are very proud of your many 

accomplishments and are thrilled that you 

have reached this important milestone. 

We're confident that future success and 

happiness will accompany you on whatever 

pathway in life you choose. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Kevin, Esther and Jordana 





Congratulations Robert 

WE ALL LOVE YOU AND ARE 

SO PROUD OE YOU . 

LOVE MOM AND DAD 

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CONGRATULATIONS JON! 




Celebrate the dreams that have brought you this far, 

And hold in your heart the dreams that will go with 

you all your life. 

With joy, pride, and all our love, 

Mom, Dad, Amy and Mark 




Congratulations 
Dana Bean! 

We are so proud of yoi 

\bur strength and persi; 
tence are awe-inspiring 

All our love, 
Mom and Dad 



RYAN M. 5CHNALL 
CONGRATULATIONS RYAN! 

Words could never expreee how proud we are of you forth, 
accomplishments and hard work that you have attained ii 
the past four years. We know your future endeavore will W 
successful, as you are a well-focused Individual. We wish yc 
love, happiness and success. We love you very much and w 
are proud to call you "Our Son." 

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We are so proud of you! As your successful 
journey continues, we wish you beautiful, 
sunny skies, calm waters and winds at your 
back. May all your dreams come true! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 

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"Oh, the Places You'll Go!" 



Dr. Seuss 




Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Conf^ratulations Tom 
Stcczkowski 

and the Class of 2002 



We hope you feel as 
proud as we do. Tommy. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Robert 
and Jackie 



To Caitlin McKee 

and the Class of 2002 

Congratulations and 
Best Wishes 

he Riendeau - Sjosten family 



51(555 all her 5kill5 

lOKD, and be 

3a5ed with the work 

of her hands. 

Deut 33:11 

lie — 3e a blessing. 




JENNY GIRL 




On 2-20-80, ni\ dream of a baby girl came true. 

I am the luckiest Mom in the world. 

P^or all that you have gi\"en me. Thank You. 

I am so \cr\" proud of you 

May all your dreams come true. 

Congratulations Darling!! 

Deeper than the sea.. .Always, Mommy 



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LAUREN 
CARHARL 

EVEN THOUGH 

YOU'VE GOT A 

FANCY DEGREE 

FROM LEHIGH. 

YOU'LL STILL 

ALWAYS BE OUR 

LAULAU! 

WF LOVE YOU, 

MOM. DAD. RYAN. 

AMANDA. SAMMY 

AND NICKY 







Dear Cortney, 

"Life is 10 percent what happens to 
you; 90 percent how you react to it. 




Wishing you a beautiful future. 
Love Mom, Dad, Heath, Ross and Olive 



A \oving heart is the heginning of all knowledge . 

— Anonymot^ 

No wonder you learn so readily! You, 
Bevin, are all heart! Congratulations 
on your graduation! 




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We are forever 
proud of you! And 
we love you, Bev! 

Mom, Dad and 
Adam 




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We are so very 

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all of us, 

Ylom, '^ad and Mike 




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Courtney 

Throughout your life you have made us the 
oudest parents in the world. We adore you, 
admire you ar\d con(^rat\j\ate you. 

Love, Hu06, Kisses and more, 
Mom and Dad 



Jenn, 

You have never been one to be subtle. 

Always creating a big splash with life. 

I could not be happier for you or more proud of you. 

It has been said that people can be divided into three 

groups. 
Those who make things happen. 
Those who watch things happen. 
Those who wonder what happened. 

Congratulations 
on being the 
captain of the 
first group. Your 
motmtain is 
waiting. So.. .get 
on your way. 
"With Love and 
Pride, 
Dad 

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CONGRATULATIONS FERNANDO 



Where \\awe the yeare qone? 
From your first steps ae a toddler... 





To your first steps as a college qrad. 



May the path you walk lead you to 

health, happiness and success. I'm 

proud of you! Love you, Mom 





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it's been an amazing journey and you are 
reaching another plateau. Conqrat5 and may a 
your future dreams be fulfilled. I'm happy to 
have been a small part. Luck and love, Au^ie. 

I love you. Coni^rate Lil Drai^onl 
You III' sis, Stacy. 



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Congratulations Michelle! 



'Tor every dream in your heart, 
We wish you greater inspiration. 

For every opportunity awaiting you, 
We wish you an extra chance. 

For every hope you seek, 

We wish you unexpected miracles.'' 



We love you and are very proud of all you have achieved! 

Good luck in law school. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 





CONGRATULATIONS! 
)ASON SNAGUSKY 

You Have Brought So 
Much Happiness To Our 
Lives. 

We're so Proud Of You And 
Your Accomplishments! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




C'ongratulations Jodi! 

We're very proud of 
you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Jeff and 
Steve 



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Congratulations 
Ryan W. A. Lowe! 

Best wishes on your journey 
though life. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Alexis 



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To Tom — Our born engineer 




May your future achievements be 

even more momentous than the first. 

Our love will always be with you! 




Michael, where have the years 0OY]e? 

from your Pre-K graduation and now 

your coWeo^e graduation] Cont^ratulatlone 

and best wishes for a bright future! 

Love, 
Dad and Mom 



Congratulations Amanda. Were proud of you! 
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Congratulations 

Lynn Baione 

And Lehigh University 
Class of 2002 



Dear Lynn, 

In 1998 you left home and set out on a 
journey that would have ups and downs, 
twists and turns, with an outcome only 
you could determine. Your motivation 
and drive led to the many outstanding 
accomplishments you have reached. 
Through trial and error, you have come to 
recognize that the best one to support and 
champion your causes is you! We have 
stood proudly behind you, supported you 
in all your endeavors and take pride in 
sharing this milestone with you. We 
cherish the child you were and the woman 
you have become. Another chapter in 
your life has been written... look forward, 
Lynnie. . . the world awaits. . .there is so much 
ahead!! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, James, Jeffrey, Andrew and 

Zachary 



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DNGRATULATIONS TO OUR DEAREST NATHALIE 



You made our life so wonderful. 
You made us so proud with 
your maturity and achieve- 
ments. Whatever vour heart 

desires, you will pursue because 
that s how vou are. 

GO AHEAD. REACH FOR 
THE STARS 



We are behind you every step of the way. 

WE LOVE YOU AND WISH YOU THE 
BEST OF LUCK AND SUCCESS. 

Mammy, Pappy and Nicole 






Mike, it seems like college just 

Parted ar\d now you are ^raduatin^. 

(Qn^ratulations! We look ^or\Navd to 

our future success vvitli ^reat 
anticipation. 

ove, 

iom, Dad, Josh, Gvar\drr\a and Fop 



Congratulations Sarah 




We're extremely proud of your accomplishments. 

Follow your dreams and enjoy all that lite has to 

offer.. .nothing is beyond your reach. 

\\c l()\c you vcr\ much. 
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Congratulations Josh on your graduation! 
You have always worked hard and we are 
very proud ofyour accomplishments. Keep 
reaching for your dreams! Love, Mom, 
Dad, Krissy, Nana, Karen, Mark, Brandon, 
Bert, Jerry, Shelly 




Congratulations Joe. 

We are very proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, 

Kate and Dan 



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Johnny...What years of joy you have 

^iven ue>. How proud of you we are! W 

will always love the little boy in you, 

and eo respect the man you have 

become. Congratulations!! 

Love, 
Mom, Pad and Jessie 





CONGRATULATION 

CHARLIE. 

FROM THE CAT IN 

THE HAT TO THE 

MAN ON THE 

MOON, 

LOVE, DAD, MOM 

AND lUDY 



FROM LITTLE BOY 

DREAMS TO 

LEHIGH 

GRADUATION... 

WAY TO GO, 

STEVEN 
BRUNDATE 

WE LOVE YOU 

AND WE'RE VERY 

PROUD. 




CONGRATULATIONS LAUREN 




Take Time To Work, 
It h The Prk:e Of Success. 

Take Time To Play, It h The Secret Of 
Perpetual Youth. 

Take The Time To Share, Life Is Too 
Short To Be Selfish. 

Take Time To Laugh, Laughter Is The 
Music Of The Soul. 

Take Time To Love And Be Loved, It Is 
The Road To Happiness. 



AND YOU ARE INDEED LOVED. 

WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU. 

MOM, DAD, CLAUDINE, ANDREA AND BAILEE 




Jhere have the yeare qor\e'? From an adorable boy 
' a fine young man. Fond memorlee behind you and 
n unlimited future ahead of you. Congratulations 
Herb! We are eo proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Barbara, Andrew and Eric 



Congratulations Shayna and 
Best Wishes to the Class of 2002 




"If we could give you one thing, it would be 
the ability to see yourself as others see you... 
then you would know just how amazing you 
are." 



Love, Mom, Km, Lexie and Jessica 



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Sunitha, 

''A journey of a thovtsand miles 

must begm. with a single step.'' 

Congratulations and best wishes. 

Lots of Love, 

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Congratulations- 
Love Mom and Dad 



Heather, 

Congratulations to 

you. 

lav vou continue to 

shine through Ufe. 

Mom, Dad, 

v4ereclith and Adam 




ZONGRATULATIONS SCOTT! 



ibu ha\'c come 

o tar. We are so 

proud of your 

success! 

Love, 

viom. Dad and 

Lauren 





AJ, 

Remember when you were "Icky Munga?" 

Now look at you! You worked hard and )'ou 

made it! We wish you a good life, filled with 

family, friends and happiness. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Tony and Aimee 

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Congratulations LINDA!! 

We are so proud of you. From the day you were born 
you have brought joy to our lives. May all your 

wishes come true. 

We will forever love and support you. 
Dad, Mom, Michelle and Paul 




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isa Harrington!! 

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Lots of Love, 
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Congratulations to our shining star. 

With love, 

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Congratulations 
Suzannel 



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Megan 



Con^atulations ! 

Rememher the moments of the past 
Look forward to the promise of the future 

But most of all celebrate the present 
For it — like you — is Precious! 



We are extremely proud of you 

And all that you have achieved 
May your future be as bright 

And beautiful as your smile! 

We love you, 
Mom, Kiki, Fia, Yiayia and Papou 




ye re proud of you, Dan. 
\Ne love you. 



Mom and Dad 



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Congratulations Martin! 
Your family is tremen- 
dously proud of you. We 
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happiness and success in 
vour future. 
Love, Mom, Dad, 

Caroline and Alex 
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From kindergarten to college, 
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Youve grown to be a wonderful 
sensitivCy caring, intelligent 
young man, and a precious 
son and brother. We know 
you Ve worked hard, and 
you deserve only the best 
hfe has to offer. All of us 
are very proud of who you 
are, and all o^ your outstanding 
accomplishments. We wish you 
much love and happiness and a 
future filled with hope and 
success. Thank you for bringing 
so much joy into our lives. 



We Love You! 
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Jessica 

With our love and 
pride for a job well 
done. 



Love, Mom, Dad 
and David 



iSSICA KURZMAN 









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Congratulations, 

Your family loves 

you. 

May all your 

dreams 
come true. 



Congratulations Mggan! 

May your dreame today 

become reality tomorrow! 

Love, 

^om, Dad, \\\mber\\j and Blake 



fEGAN BROWNSTEIN 





Oren, 

Life's adventures 
are just starting — 
here's to many 
wonderful ones! 

1 .(j\ e, 

Mom, Dad, Ktan 

and Jennie 


loREN MARcitANO 





Congratulations 
Emily Johanna King 

Now you Gar\ build a future 

filled with eucceee. 
Love, Mom, Dad and W\att\ 




Preparing from an early age youxc achicxcd 

your goal. A bright future ahead, may all your 

dreams come true. Congratulations, Liz! 

We arc so proud of you. 

Lo\e, Mom, Dad and Kristine. 

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VINCENT R. PARRELLA 

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"You go Nect" 

We love you and 
are proud of you! 

Mom, Dad and 
Jimmy 



CONGRATULATIONS AMANDA! 



Never change — 

Happiness and success always! 

Love, 
The Slukas 



CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2002 



KRISTEN MICHELLE LENNON 



Your family is so 
proud of your hard 

work and 

accomplishments. 

The journey is just 

beginning. 

Love, Mommi, John, 

Kara, Chris and 

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Dear Jillian: 

Your indomitable 

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ensure your success 

in all your endeavors. 

Love, 

Aunt Monica and 

Uncle Danny 



Dear Jillian: 

/e are tremendously 

proud of you! 

Happiness and 

success always. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and 

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f)ear jfoelia, 
ISkiij LjoLi keep clinibiiig to iIk lop 

W]wre all ijour dn cinis iXHick, 

for theij are well ivithin your reach. 

We are very proud ofyouraccoDipli.shnKiitH. 

J^pejllnays, 

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Dear Graduate, 

Take time to live; it is one secret of success. 

Take rime ro rhink; it is a source of power. 

Take rime to read; ir is the foundation of knowledge. 

Take time to play; it renews the spirit. 

Take time for friendship; it is the root of happiness. 

Take time to laugh; it helps lift life's load. 

Take time to dream; it hitches the soul to the stars. 

Take time to worship; it is the highway to reverence. 

Take time to pray; it helps bring God into your everyday life. 

Congratulations and best wishes Tiffany! 
Your family loves you. 



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From a Distance 



Everything I Do, 
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I WILL ALWAYS 
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Let It Be 



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THAT MAY BE ALL I 
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Fom New Haven Public 
To Choate 

To Lehigh 





You have met every challenge , overcome every 
obstacle and achieved all of the high goals. 

We congratulate you on reaching this 

pinnacle in your academic career that you 

have set for yourself* 

LovCf 
Mom, Dady Linda and Lissy 




Congratulations 

Sarah. You have 

made us very 

proud! We love 

you. 

Mom, Dad, Emily 
and Jessica 



CONGRATULATIONS RACHEL 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU. 
MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE. 

LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, BRL\N AND BAILEY 

RACHEL KAUFMAN 



Jee>e>e 

de confident that he who \?eq^an a 

% %ood work in you will complete it. 

^l656in^6, 

Love Vad, Mom and April 



lESSE COTTRELL 



Congratulations to 
our wonderful 
daughter on her 
graduation. Andrea, 
we love you so much. 

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Whatever you wish for the future. 
Wherever your dreams may lead 

We hope they brin^ you happiness 
So you can continue to succeed. 

Congratulations to you 
and the c\a55 of 2002. 

All our love, 
Mom, Dad, Tracey and Danielle 




LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 



Congratulations Heather 
Lehigh has opened the door to a limitless future. May all your 

dreams be realized. 



Love, 
Mom, Marisa and Everett 




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Darling Daughter Dear, I've enjoyed watching you grow into such a 
confident, beautifi.d woman. Take your determination, enthusiasm, 
compassion and your insightful soul and soar. As "we are what we repeat- 
edly do" (Aristotle), you are magnificent! Love, Mom. 
1 still remember you when we lived in Marlton, NJ and you were three 
years old with those tight curls in your hair. You were very much in 
control of your life and surroundings then as you are now. I am very 
proud of how you have directed your life to this point of graduating from 
Ixhigh and I look forward with anticipation, to see as much of your next 
chapter as I can. You have laid a solid foundation for a terrific launch of 
lite. Love, your Dad 

Kim, Congratulations! College won't be the same without you. You made 
college a lot more fun. Good luck with your new job. Love, Bob. 
"What you become when you pursue a goal will alwa)'S surpass the importance of 
re-aching the goal. "Tell me and 1 forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve 
me and I learn." (Benjamin Franklin) Lo\'e, Julie. RS. I miss and love you! 

"A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail off to develop them into skills and 
uses these skills to accomplish his goals" (Larry Bird). You are a winner! Congratulations! Love, Grandpop 
You have always worked hard and accomplished much. Reward yourself too. Sing, dance, laugh and love be- 
cause life is but a minute. Enjoy every moment! Love, Grandmom 

Be a dreamer — there is magic in the wonders you can find. May the dreams you hold dearest be those which 
come true and the kindness you spread keep returning to you. Love, Aunt Agnes. 

Kim, vou've got the world at your feet; walk gently, stride confidently. Congratulations!! Love, Aunt Joyce. 
Kim, mav vou achieve your goals as easily as you do friendships. Live life to its fullest and you'll have no regrets. 
Love, Uncle Jim 

"He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much" (B.A. Stanley). Love, Aunt Colleen 
Congratulations on your graduation from college. I hope the experience has prepared you for life and will allow 
you to achieve all your dreams and aspirations. Love, Uncle Charlie. 

Kim, your passion in life is radiant in all that you do and say — you have become an amazing woman! Your 
character will carr)' you easily into opportunities and the things you have learned and experienced will turn 
those opportunities into successes! Congrats and good luck! I love you. Tammy. 

Kim, congratulations on your graduation from Lehigh and best wishes always in all future endeavors! Love, Erik 
Our greatest glory is not in never failing but rising each time we fail (Confucius). Good luck in your future 
challenges. Jim 

Success is getting what you want. Happiness is liking what you get. I hope whatever you do, you make yourself 
happw Luv ya, Kim! Jessi 

Kim, good luck in all you set out to do! Love, Jon 
Kim, congratulations and good luck!! Love, Gregory 

C'ongratulations on many college accomplishments! We wish you much success in your new work at SEI in 
Oaks, PA. We know you will do well. Love, Jim, Linda, David and Mark Bullock 

Kim, graduation day is a new beginning. You will do well at whatever you put your mind and heart to. Con- 
gratulations! Love, Aunt Amanda, Uncle Tim, Cathy and Brian. 
Cong-ratulations, we wish vou the best. Chris, Jen, Carlev and Hailev 

YouVe accomplished a lor and now the rest of vour life is ahead of you. We know that you will do well. Con- 
gratulations! Theresa and Brad. 

KEEP YOUR FACE TOWARD THE SUNSHINE AND THE SHADOWS WILL FALL BEHIND YOU. 
—Walt Whitman 

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am 60 proud of you and a\\ 
thatyouVa aocompli^had 
at Li^high, and I wieh you 
oontinui^d euccee'd in law achool. I know you will maka all 
of your hopa6 and dveame> come true and I hopa all of 
the 0ood th'inqe in lifa com^ your way. I lov^ you. 

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Priscilla — 

You are always 
determined, work 
hard and you 
have succeeded. 
Congratulations!! 
We are extremely 
proud! Love, 
Mom, Dad, Wes 
and Max. 




ii Congratulations Jonny K\ 



We always knew you'd be 
A a star! 

love, l^ 
Mom, Dad, Jenn, Josh 
Kovalik 





Congratulations Jayne E on a 

job well done. You have 

always given us great pride and 

joy. Success and 

happiness always. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Tim, Matt, 

Brittany, Ashley, Caitlin, Tyler 

and The Monk. 



James, 

You have always had that 
special drive. 

We are so proud of you and 
your accomplishments! 

Love, 
Dad and Mom 




Congratulations to the graduates of 2002! 

The best of luck to you all and may your 
futures be filled with happiness and eucceee. 

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Abbott, David - Tolland. CT -Finance - 290 

Abdulla, Sarah - Bethlehem, PA - Biology & Economics - 

Economics Sodet)'. Epitome, Big Brother/Big Sister. 

Dance Club, Black Student Union, Student Health 

Advisor)' Committee - 52 35 1 
Abel,Joe248 249 
.\bel. John 73 
Abramsohn, Cormey - Cherry Hill. NJ - Supply Chain 

Management - Women in Business - 290 3 1 3 333 

416 
Aburdcne. Lena - Larchmont, NY - Psychology - 290 
Ackers, Megan - Brant Beach. NJ - Chemical 

Engineering - Cross Country Team (Captain). 

Outdoor Track Team (Captain), Student Athlete 

Executive Board Coach Program - 112 113 149 

290 
Adarm, Jonathan - Weston, CT - 97, 35 1 
Adams, Chase - 274 
Adams, Staccy - Wilmington. DE - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers (Secretar,'), Society of Women 

Engineers - 290 
Addiyi, Theresa - Orange, NJ - Biology & Economics - 

Dancin' Economics Society. Epitome, National 

Society of Black Engineers, Big Brothers/Big 

Sisters. Black Student Union, Student Health 

Advisor)' Comminee - 290 
Adcshuko, Folashade - Staten Island. NY - Behavioral 

Neuroscience - National Societ)' of Black Engineers 

{Public Relations Chair). Society of Women 

Engmeers, African Caribbean Cultural Club 

(President), Black Student Union (President). 

Basketball Team. Volleyball. Step Team -290 
Agoscino. John - 231 
Alamgir, Shoaib - 35 1 
.\lbeck, Christopher - Emmaus, PA - Chemical 

Engineering - Alpha Tau Omega - 290 
Albulescu. Eugine - 70 
Alexander. Jamee - Brooklyn. NY 
Alfonso, Nathalie - 423 
Alkidas, Michael - Troy. MI - Industrial Engineering - 

Institute of Industrial Engineers, Society of 

Manufacturing Engineers - 290 
Allen, Jason - Cioster. NJ - Molecular Biology - 

American Chemical Society. Investment Club. 

Theta Delta Chi (Philanthropy Chair). Tour Guide, 

Student Ambassadors - 290 
Allen, Nicholas - .\rlmgton, VA-351 
Alvarez, Thomas -Houston, TX 
Amato, Christopher - Hundngton, NY - Finance - 

Interfratemity Council. Phi Gamma Delta, Phi 

Kappa Theta (President) - 2 1 3 290 297 
Ambrosio. Joseph - South Amboy. NJ 
Amin, Sami - Bethlehem. PA - 303 
Amouzou, Emesr -Bethlehem. PA 
Anascasio. Laura - Newtown Square, PA - Industrial 

Engineering - Society of Women Engineers, Society 

of Manuiacttiring Engineers (Recruitment Chajr) - 

290 319 
Anastasio, David - 73 
Andalman, Brian - Highland Park. IL - Journalism - 

Alpha Sigma Phi, Baseball Team - 138 290 386 
Anderson. Elizabeth - 275 
Anderson. Sean - 275 
Anderson, William - 351 
Andrade, Maria - 74 

Andrcotta, Jason - Egg Harbor Twp., NJ - Environmen- 
tal Sciences - Kappa Sigma (Vice President) - 207 

235 290 
Andrews, JeflErcy - Plantation, PL - 35 1 397 
Andrews, Corey - 255 
Andreychik, Michael - Moscow.PA 
Andusko. Mike- 195 
Angen, John - Bricktovm, NJ - History - Wrestlir^ 

Team -290 
Annucci. Lorraine - Woodbury. NY - 1 83 35 1 
Antesberger, Mariel - Altoona, PA - Industrial 

Engineering - Alpha Omicron Pi (House Manager), 

Alpha Pi Mu, Institute of Industrial Engmeers, 

Panhcllenic Council, Rho Chi - 29 1 
Antoine, Wilson - 245 
Antonuk, Michael - Harrisburg, PA - Finance - Smdent 

Health Advisor-' Club (President). Zcta Psi 

(Steward) - 291 
Anzdc. Lace>' - Fallston, MD - Architecture - Alpha 

Omicron Pi, Outdoor Track Team - 29 1 
Appel, Matthew - Huntingdon Valley, PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers. Delta Phi - 199 291 395 
Applcgate, Mike - 231 
Aquila. Kim - 42 
Aquilina, Charlene - Shavenown, PA - English - 

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Argali, Christopher - Grecnsburg, PA - Civil 



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Engineering - American Society of Civil Engineers, 

Concert Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, Marching Band 

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Arldn, Lvnore - 255 
Arkoff, Chad -221 
Armenti, Vmccnt - Madison. NJ - Industrial 

Engineering - Alpha Tau Omega, Institute of 

Industrial Engineers, Industrial Engineering Council 

-291 
Armington, Elisabeth - Evanston. IL - Finance - Delta 

Gamma, Panhellenic Council (Vice President 

Education). 177 291 
Armstrong, Marie-Sophie - 74 
Amofsky, Rhonda - East Meadow, NY - Psycholc^ - 

Alpha Chi Omega - 1 67 292 32 1 
Arnold, Andrew- WGilgo Beach. NY- 351 
Asaka. Masako - Bethlehem. PA - Accounting — 

Intemarional Club (President), IntematiortaJ 

Relations Club. Global Union (Vice President). Phi 

Beta Delta - 292 
Asamoah. Benoni - New Haven. CT 
Ash. Laurentia - 175 254 274 
Ashcroft. Erin - 76 
Astheimcr, Scott - Furlong, PA 
Atha, Andrew - Darien, CT - 35 1 
Atkins, Jon -229 
Atwood. Jessie - 201 

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Augustine, Kevin - Vcnctia. PA - Computer Science - 

Soccer Club, Theta Delta Chi. Interfratemity 

Judiciary Council - 292 
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Journalism & Science Writing - Spanish - Alpha 

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Awan. Fareed-281 
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292 323 
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Marketing - Alpha Gamma Delta. Alpha Phi 

Omega. Investment Club (Vice President PMC- 
Coordinator), Admissions Fellow - 169 292 421 
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System - Kappa Sigma, Soccer Club, Busmess 

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Banfe, Maureen - Medford. NJ — Biolc^ — Field 

Hockey Team - 292 321 329 390 
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Barker, Sara - Hackensack, NJ - Biology & Spanish - 

292 
Barkey, Henri - 77 
Barli. Daniel - Dumont, NJ - Busmess Information 

Systems - Residence Hall Assoaation, Lehigh 

Mascot. Brodhead (President) - 292 
Barnes, Christopher - Maplewood, NJ 
Barocas, Jillian - Springfield. NJ - Accounting - 292 437 
Barone, Justina- 134 135 149 
Barsncss, Richard - 84 
Bartron, Jeffrey - Whitehall, PA 
Basilo, Christopher - Tenafly, NJ - Political Science — 

Alpha Sigma Phi - 293 
Batalion, Aaron - Fort Collins. CO - Asian Studies & 

Computer Science - 293 
Batcha, Hillary - Permington, NJ - English - Delta 

Gamma. Lacrosse - 293 329 
Bates. Walter -201 
Battaglia, Devon - Rochester, NY - Engineering & 

Physics - Music Jazz Ensemble Leh^ University 

Choir-Manager, Tau Beta Pi (Vice President), 

Musical Theater/Opera, Lehigh Philharmonic 

Orchestra. Mustard and Cheese Society - 42 243 

293 
Battaglia. Peter - Tob)franna, PA 
Bauer. Bnan - 223 
Bauer. Leslie -50 51 
Bauer. Mike -281 
Bauer, Paul - Tenafly, NJ-Accounting-Accoiinting Club 

(Webmaster) - 293 
Baumann, John - Valparaiso, IN - History - Gaming 

Club (Treasurer and President), Scabbard and Blade 

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Baylor, Michael - 77 
Beagen, Jo - 274 
Beamen, NiIIije-281 
Bean, Barry - 73 
Bean, Byran- 281 
Bean, Dana -414 
Beam, Gordon — 78 
Beaver. Mike — 274 
Bebout. Gray— 73 
Becker. Andrew - Wappingers Falls, >JY - Finance - 

Theta Delta Chi - 293 297 
Bedford, Ryan - Bergenfield. NJ 
Beedle, Lynn - 86 
Beham, Gambol - 275 
Behe, Michael - 73 
Behr. Mcckenzie - Bethlehem. PA 
Behrend, Glen -187 
Beidler, Peter-74 91 
Bell. Gelsey- 246 
Bell, Lauren -249 
Bellows, Aaron - East Brunswic, NJ - Molecular Biology 

- Concert Band. Hillel Society - 293 
Bender, Jenny - 1 4 1 

Bender, Kim - Cos Cob, CT - Intemarional Careers - 

Gamma Beta Phi, International Relations Club - 

293 
Benfield, Mark - Mount Carmel, PA - 35 1 
Bennett, Lindsay - Worcester, MA - Finance - Delta 

Gamma - 293 
Benton. Austin - Ambler. PA - Finance - Delta Phi. 

Greek Week Committee - 199 293 
Berbit, Alex - 234 
Berg, Charles - Weston, MA - Architecture - Zeta Psi - 

293 
Berg, Erika - Bethlehem, PA 
Berg, Jonathan - Whitehall, PA 
Bergmann, Aaron - Glassboro. NJ - 255 
Berka, Patricia - 274 
Berman. Jarrad - Old Bethpage, NY - Finance - 

Investment Club (Vice President). Theta Chi - 293 

392 
Bertkau, Karen - Wilton. CT - Joumalism-Public 

Relations - Alpha Omicron Pi, PubLc Relaaons 

Society of America - 293 
Bethea, Samuel - The Woodlands, TX 
Betz,Chm-281 
Bewley. Learme - 56 
Bhatta, Raoul - East Brunswic. NJ - Behavioral 

Neuroscience - Indian Student Association (Vice 

President Social). Soccer Club - 293 
Bialowoz, Erika - Manchester. CT - Spanish - Senior 

Class Gift Committee - 29 
Biddle, David -351 
Birdsall, James -275 
Bishar. Mark -351 
Bishop. Catherine- New York, NY - Psychology - 

Outing Club - 294 
Black, Robert S. - Bayport, NY - Electrical Engineering 

- Cross Country Team (Captain), Outdoor Track 
Team- 111 147 294 

Blackford, Meghan - York, PA - Computet Science - 

294 
Blades. Charlie -213 237 
Blanchard, Edward - Cheltenham, PA - Chemical 

Engmeering - Theta Delta Chi (Sodal Chair) - 231 

294 
Blank. Glenn - 98 
Blenheim. Enk - Wyndmoor, PA - Finance - Chi Phi, 

Brown and White -195 294 
Blood, Erika - East Lebanon, ME - Management & 

Marketing — Marketing Club, Women in Business. 

Crew Club. STAR. - 294 297 413 
Blum. Kristen - 175 
Blum. Ricky - 98 
Blumenstock, Andrew - Monroe Township, NJ - 

Industrial Engineering - Institute of Industrial 

Engineers (President), Wresding Club (Treasurer), 

Tau Beta Pi, University Productions. Alpha Phi Mu, 

Phi Eta Sigma- 294 
Blv-die. Phillip - 93 93 97 
Boencher, Ench - Indianola. lA 
Bogdan, Kimberiy - Haworth, NJ - Psychology - Delta 

Gamma, Public Relations Societ>' of America - 294 

307 405 
Bohlen. Kemp - Colorado Springs, CO - 35 1 
Bohlsen, Teresa - 74 
Boire. Jason - Nashua, NH - Computer Science - 

Swimming Team, Tau Beta Pi - 29 1 294 323 
Boland, Meghan - Naperville. IL - Public Relations - 

Varsity Volleyball, Panhellenic Council (Vice 

President Commumcauons) - 351 
Bold. Jillian -275 
Bombard. Jason - Plattsburgh, NY - Chemical 

Engineering - Alpha Phi Omega (Vice President of 

Membership Assistant Pledgemaster), Sgt. At Arms, 



American Institute of Chemical Engineers - 294 
Bombino, Josh - 42 246 
Bond, Andrew - New Canaan, CT 
Bonge, John - 84 
Borbidge, Jacob - Cresco. PA - Mechanical Engineering 

Chi Psi (Secretary). Pi Tau Sigma, Men's Rugby 

Club (President) - 294 
Borse. Garold - 78 

Bosak, Kira - Agoura Hills, CA - 120 351 
Bose,Sumit- 199 
Bosscrt, Man - 274 
Bostel, Kevin -213 
Boult. Terrance - 98 
Bowe, Kitty - 1 75 
Bowen. Jayne - Springfield, PA - Accounting - 

Accounting Club - 294 443 
Bower, Jodi - Manasquan, NJ - Psychology - Psi Chi, 

Psychol(^ National Honor Society - 294 307 321 

329 419 
Boyle, Amy - Wexford, PA - Supply Chain 

Managemenr & Business Information System - 

Gamma Beta Phi, Cross Country, Track & Field 

-294 
Boynton. James - New York, NY - Mechamcal 

Engineering - Amcncan Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Mountam Biking Club - 295 
Bradway, Drew - Glenmoore. PA - Computer Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon - 295 
Brams-Miller, Jessica - Bethlehem, PA 
Branc, Andre - 227 
Brandt. Michael - Vernon, NJ - Industnal Engmeering- 

Institute of Industrial Engineers, Kappa Alpha 

Society (President Social Steward) Intramural 

Chair, Society of Manuiacttiring Ei^;ineers - 295 
Braun, Zac - 217 
Breckenridge, Katie - 250 
Brenenstuhl. Ryan - 195 
Brensinger. Chad - Zionsville, PA -Civil Engineering - 

295 
Bressler, Lee - 199 
Brickman, Marisa - 274 
Briggs, Stephanie - Orange, NJ - Industrial Engineering 

Institute of Industnal Engineers, National Society 

of.BIack Engineers. Smdent Senate 

-295 
Bright.John-351 
Brink, Kevin - Babylon, NY - Mechanical Engineering 

American Society of Mechanical En^eers, Kappa 

Alpha - 295 
Bnn.Monah- 152 153 274 
Brockett, Royce - Concord, NH - Biochemistry - 

American Chemical Society (Vice-President), 

Interfratemity Council, Sigma Chi (President) - 2* 
Brodbeck, Ross - Naperville. IL- Computer Engneeri 

- Residence Hall Association Sayre Park RHA 

(President) -28 1295 
Brodbeck. Amanda - 79 
Brodsky. Steve - 197 
Brokowsky, Jamie - North Brunswi, NJ - Accounting 

Accounting Club - 295 
Bromley. Christopher - Mystic CT 
Brooks, Marissa - Delray Beach, PL - Finance & 

Marketing - Alpha Phi - 173 295 
Brosnan, Tim - 255 
Bross, Addison - 74 

Brown, Bartholomew - Feasterville, PA - 351 
Brown III. Louis - Danbury. CT - Economics - Footb 

Team, Kappa Alpha Psi (Vice President) - 296 
Brown, Meghann - Gales Ferry. CT - Chemistry - 

American Chemical Society - 29 
Brovm, Bryan - 281 
Brown, Dan - 221 
Brown, Derick - 94 
Brown, Greer - 275 
Brown, Stephanie - 275 
Brown, William - 87 
Browne, Heather - Clifton Heights, PA - Material 

Saence & Engmeering - Alpha Omicron Pi (Vice 

President of Academic Development & Recruicmi 

Chair), Panhellenic Council (Vice President of 

Recnutment), Smdent Materials Society (Vice 

President) -171 296 
Brownstein. Megan - Woodbridge. CT - Journalism - 

Alpha Phi, Marketing Club, Panhellenic CoimciL 

Public Relations St. Society of America - 1 73 290 

435 
Broyles-Moore. Larcssa- Bethlehem, PA- 296 

Bruce. WiUiam - West Allenhunit, NJ - Electrica 

Engineering - WLVR FM University Radio Stari 

(Chief Engmeer) - 296 
Bruk, Dimitry-Allentown, PA -351 
Bnindage. Steven - Red Bank, NJ - Business 

Economics - Economics Society, National Sodet 

Collegiate Scholars, Lehigh University Rhythm 

Experience - 296 
Brxmdate, Steven - 424 
Bruno, Evan - 1 1 5 



-vncr. John - 2M^ 

Tac. Daniel Bdldwin. NY - 3S1 

jcdcro. Matthew - Montdair. NJ - 1 97 35 1 

jccola. James - Scotch Plains, Nj - Finance - 

Thcia Xi - 296 
ichjn-in. Phil -213 237 
icklcT, John - Holnidcl. NJ - 109 3*il 
itldt-marr, l.iiira - Pittsburg, PA - Biology - 296 
idcM. <- hnstophcr- Manahawkin. NJ -3*>1 
icll, Su-phen - K4 
ifthnii, Sliayna - Margate City, NJ - FinaiKc Hillt-l 

Society. Investment Club, Women in Business - 

296 425 
ihay. Michael - A^hl;uld. PA - Finance - Cross 

(~^)uinrv' I t-ani. t )uidoor Track Icani • 296 
ilgcr. Pc-icr - LX-lniar. NY - Acaninting - Kappa Sigma 

(Rmh C :hairA .nuid Scribe), Rugby Club. IFC Rush 

Gimmittet- - 20" 296 388 
illock. Kim - Richboro. PA- Business Infomiation 

S\Mems - Women in Business. Students in Free 

Entcrjjrusc (C-hictlntomution Officer) - 296 441 
tonincontn. Pjinck - ( !olonia. NJ - 351 
irako\-sk\'. Mitch - 189 
inmorom. Supaiiat - Bethlehem, PA - 351 
uthcr, Jama.ll - Plainficld. NJ - International Careers 

- Football leiun, Imernational Relations Club - 296 
ires, Manin - Baton Rouge. lA - FJcctrical 

En^incx-nng- Cross Country Team. Institute of 
Electrical and lietironic Engincrn. Outdoor Track 
Tvam.CVJini; Club -296 
ifke. Bri.ui - Irunibull. tT - Mechanical Engineering 

- Helta Tau LX-lta 

iik!c\'. Marianne - Palos Vcrdcs. CA - English - 

Gamma Phi Beta - 297 
iriando, Mike - 213 
ims. Wcsilcv' - Simsbur*'. CI' - Mechanical 

Enpncenn^ - Alpha C'hi Rho, American Soacty of 

Mechanical Engineers - 297 
irris. Iim - Ponland, OR - 287 351 
trshte\Ti, Mark - Fair Lawn. NJ - Behavioral 

Neuroscicncc - Alpha Sigma Phi. Soccer C'lub 

(President) • 297 
in. Elizabeth - 1 jguna Hills, CA -Journalism - Public 

Relations ■ Alpha Omicron Pi (Recruitment Chair), 

Public Relations St. Societv' of America. Outing 

Club. C in-phon Socict)' - 297 393 
irton, C^hnsiian - Ixjngmeadow, MA - 35 1 
(schmeier. Andrew - Philadelphia, PA - C^omputer 

Engineering - lau Beta Pi - 297 
ish, Timothy - Carlisle. MA - Mechanical Engineering 

- Alpha Chi Rho - 297 34 1 384 
iQuski. Adam - 275 

itler, Tim - 2*^4 

ttaaivoli. Matthew - Halcsite. NY- Mechanical 

Engineering - Cross CountiT.' Team, Newman 

Association, Army RO PC, lackwondo Club 

(Pre.idcm)-297 
ran. Abdul-S.dadin - 39 108 109 
szcwski. James - \C^ippany. NJ - Mechanical 

Enpnecnng- Pi lau Sigma, Sigma Chi (Treasurer). 

Soccer Club - 297 396 
brcra. ,Al\'aro - Brooklyn. NY - Computer 

Engineering - National Societ)' of Black Ertgineers 

C^cademic Excellence C'hair Programs Chair) - 298 
brera. Noelia - Staten Island. NY - Behavioral 

Neumscicncc - .Alpha Omicron Pi - 295 298 341 

43" 
brcra. Mariner - 274 
ffrc) , Jennifer - VCTiitchall. PA - Gvil Engineering - 

Alpha Camnia Delta - American Society of Civil 

Engineers (President). Society of Women Engineers 

- 298 405 
han. [-A - 254 

hill. .Amanda - Brook\ille. NY - Joumalism/Public 
Rclatioas - Alpha C!hi Omega. French Club. 
Intemauonal C^ub. Marketing Club, Public 
Rela tioas St. S<>ciet\ of America, Tackwondol, 
Kung Fu (Student Ambassador) - 167 234 298 

labro. Michcle - River Vale. NJ - English - 298 

bum. NocUc - Staten Island. NY - -Vcountmg - 
Alpha Chi Omega - 167 199 234 298 383 

Han. Michdlc - OradcU, NJ - Sociology & Soaal 
Ps\^olog\- - Epitome, Chi Omega (Recruitment 
Choir) -175 298 433 

loieai. John-Paul - Hershe>-. PA - Psvizhologv- - 298 

macho. Rob- 199 

modv. Mana - Bethlehem. PA - 35 1 

ngiano. l_auren - Plandome, NY - Political Science ■ 
Cimma Phi Beta -298 425 

nn.R\-an-142 143 281 

pone. Miss> - 12^ 

ppadona. Nicholas - Clitfeidc Park. NJ - Biolog>- - 

( Epitome (M.maging Editor). Men's Lacrosse Qub 
(President) - 298 434 

tbonan, Rjchellc-275 

tboni. Tcss - 274 

niamone. James -195 



Carc)'. Jarcd - MantiiJ, NJ - Business Inlomiaiion 

System & Management - Baseball Team, Zcta Psi - 

298 
Cargillm. G. - 97 
Carhan, Lauren - Ixawood, KS - Marketing- Epitome, 

LU Sciutc, Public 

Rcbtions St. StKicty of America (President) - 53 

259 298 307 321329 339 416 
Carino, Christopher - Gaidiersburg, MD - Mechanical 

Engineering - American S<x:iety of Mechanical 

FjiginecrN (President). Pi lau Sigma - 298 301 
Culeion. Meretiiih - Momstown. NJ - Psychology - 

PsTchologv' c:iub. Drama - 298 392 335 
(-irlin, Tim - 193 

C lirloni. I Vanna - Monroe, CI' - 254 274 
Carloni. iJndsc)'- 351 
Carlson. Becky -281 
Caron, Sucy - Ai^;usu, ME - 35 1 
Car()cnter. Scott - 1 55 
Canon. liobb - 69 353 
Caner, Thomas - Scranion. PA - Political Science - Phi 

Gamma Delta - 298 
Carry. Rebecca - Egg Harbor Township. NJ - Behavioral 

Ncurosciencc - 299 
Cascione, James - S. Setaukct. NY - F^nviron mental 

Sciences - Ixrhigh Earth Observatory - 299 
( jscy. James- Damascus. MD- 109 351 
C:.ise\'. M.'irt-244 
Cassit, Charles - Lebanon, NJ - 35 1 
Castellani. Christian - New Canaan, CT - 35 1 
Castelli.Jen-177 

Castro, Giovanni - New York, NY - 35 1 
Catalano, Lisa - Bohemia, NY - Accounting - Alpha 
Chi Omega- 299 319 
Gates. Ward - 90 

Cxrmiinaro. David - Pottstovm, PA- 139 223 351 
Omobyl, Matthew - Bethlehem. PA - Biochemistry - 

Sigma Phi Epsilon (Social Ch.ur & Senior Marshall 

of Standards Cxjmmittec), American Chemical 

Society - 35 1 
Chabut. Mane-Helcne- 74 
Chadwick, David -Rutherford, NJ - Finance - Crew 

"Team, /xta Psi - 299 
ChaHn. Kadiry-n - 255 237 275 
C'haiken, Zachary - Columbia, MD - Journalism - 

Lacrosse. Theta Xi - 299 
Chan, Eric - Reistenown. M D - 35 1 
Chan, Frank - Bethlehem. PA 
Chan. Mandy- Bethlehem. PA - 351 
Chan. Helen 97 
Chance, Caria - Centreville, ML^ - Behavioral 

Neuroscience - Chi Omt^. Orientation Planning 

Committee - 299 345 
Chandilya. Mrith>iinjay - Mandavcliipakkam, Madras - 

Business Information System & Management - 

Marketing- French Club. Gr>phon Society. 

International Club, Marketing Club. SALSA, Soccer 

Qub, Tennis Team. Volleyball, Residence Hall 

Council - 254 299 
Chang, Che- Wei - Bethlehem. PA - 35 1 
Chapman. Kimbcriy - Cape Elizabeth. ME - Accounting 

- Accounung Club. Alpha Gamma Delta (Vice 
President Operations) - 1 69 299 

Chartier. Frank - Arnold. MD- 255 351 
Chaudhuj\'. Manoj - 94 

Cheerman. Andrew - Meridcn. CT - Finance - Theta 
Chi (President Social Chair). Peer Mentor Program 

- 229 299 

Chehansky. Dana - Ridgewood, NJ - English - Theatre, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Mustard and Cheese, Drama 
Sodet)'. Order of Omega Society. Presidential 
Scholar. Study Abroad Program - 42 169 235 299 
350 

Chen, David • Tcnafly, NJ 

(;hen, Maxjmilian-Millbum. NJ -351 

Chenvell, Chns - 245 

Chiarolanza, Joseph - Madison, NJ - Mechanical 
Engmeering - American Sodct)' of Mechanical 
Engineers, Pi Tau Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha - 
209 299 

Chiota Kathr^Ti - Trumbull CT - Political Science - 
Gamma Beta Phi (Prrsidcni) - 236 299 

Chirieleison, Gregor>- - Pittsburgh. PA - 351 

Cho, Do - Bcddchcm, PA 

Choe. Simon - 213 237 

Choi. William - New York. N\' - 351 

Chojnacki. Christina - Buder, NJ - Industrial 

Engineering - Institute of Industrial Engineers, 
Soder.' of VC'omen Engineers Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers, Chi Omega - 299 319 

Chopra, Di\ay - Somerset, NJ - French & Mechanical 
Engineering - Giyphon Sodety, Imrstmcnt Qub - 
255 299 

Chou. Paul - 70 

Chow. Chiu - Bethlehem. PA - 275 351 

Chow. Judy - 25''' 

Chu. Ruth - 274 



C jannello, John - Duncllcn, NJ - 351 

CianncUo. Luke- 108 109 158 

Cinarii, MelLsa - Bethlehem. PA - Industrial Engineering 

-299 
Qarkr, Steven - Monkton. MD - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Sodety of Mechanical 

Engineers CTreasurer), Pi Tau Sigma. Cyding 

Club. Tau lieta Pi -299 
Clauscr. Phillip - Bethlehem. PA - 351 
Claytor. Joseph - 187 
Clymcr. Mdissa - Na/anrth. PA - 35 1 
C^tcs. Claire - York. PA - Behavioral Netuosciencc - Pi 

Beta Phi (Vice President of Monil Advancement). 

Crew Team (Planning Committee Head). Order 

of Omt^ Phi Eta Sigma - 300 
Cohen, Brad - 256 
Cohen. Daniel - Nashua. NH - 35 1 
Cohen, David - Pon Washington, NY - Management 

Marketing - Lacrosse Team (Cipiajn), /xrta Psi - 

155 300 
Cohen. Shaiuion - Holmdel. NJ - Finance & Marketing 

- llieta Delu c:hi, WLVR FM - 300 389 
Cxilabclla. Rotco - Maiialajraii, NJ - (_x)mputcr 

Engineering- Swimming Team - 300 
Coladonato. William - Cherry Hill. NJ - Accounting - 

Accounting ( -lub (President), Beta Alpha Psi. Bcu 

Gamma Sigma - .300 408 
Colahan. Trevor - Bethlehem. PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - Alpha Chi Rho. American Society of 

Mechanical Fjigineers. C Choral Union. Marching 

Band. Pep Band. StKicty of Automotive Engineers - 

300 393 
( iolbum, Philip - Merrimac, MA - Economics - 

Economics Society - 256 300 
Coles, Amy - Erie, PA - Mechanical Engineering - 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Pi Tau 

Sigma. Sodety of Women Engineers - 257 300 

303 392 
Collins. Karen - 87 
Collura, Adam - New Gty. NY - Computer 

Engineering - Alpha Sigma Phi. Institute of 

Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Jazz Ensemble, 

Tau Beta Pi. A.L.E.R'T.. Philharmomc, Orchestra, 

Wind Ensemble - 300 
Colosimo, Thomas- Cheltenham, PA - Mechanical 

Engineenng - Pi Tau Sigma, Formula SAE (Co- 
Captain) - 300. 420 
Colton. Marybeth T - Easton. PA - Mathematics - 

Alpha Gamma Ddta. Smdy Abroad - 169 300 
Colwell. judc - West Pittston. PA - Civil Engineering - 

American Sodety of Civil Engineers. Chi Epsilon 

(President) -300 
Comcskey. Kate - Brush Prairie, WA - Marketing - 

Marketing Club - 300 Condomitu. Andrea - 

Bethlehem, PA - Accounung - Accounting Club. 

Kappa Alpha Theta - 1 8 1 300 
Congdon. Zebulun - Bethlehem, PA - 35 1 
Conlin. Ryan - Easton, PA - Marketing & Supply 

Chain Management, Ddta Phi. Interlratemity 

Council -199 300 
Connar, Christina - 52 53 
Contreras, Danid - 1 1 1 
Cook. Russell - Brookvillc, NY 
Cook. Constance - 74 
Cooper. Gail - 77 

Coppola, Benjamin - Kingston, NY 
Corbo, Theresa - Pine Brtxik. NJ 
Cordero, Christine - Staten Island. NY - 351 
Corker)-. R\'an - Emmaus, PA - Finance - Alpha Tau 

Omega (Treasurer &: Secretar)'). Fratcmit>' 

Management Assodarion (Vice Chairman Formal 

Board), Phi Eta Sigma fVicc President) - 301 
Comlidd, Julia - Bala C\Tiw\'d. PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - Dancin', Pi Tau Sigma. Tau Beta Pi - 

301 
Corrigan, Brian - Staten Island, NY- Accounting - 

Accounting Qub. Alpha Qii Rho. Investment Qub 

-301 
Corrigan, Christian - East Northpor, NY - Mechanical 

Engineering - .American Soaet>' of Mechamcal 

Engineers. Sodet>' of Automori\-e Engineer - 301 
Corrigan. Sarah - 1 56 
Corso, Craig - Merrick, NY - 35 1 
Cosianzo. Jcffey- Qarks Summit. PA - IntemadonaJ 

Relations & Spanish - Sigma Nu (Rush Chairman). 

301 
Cottpdl. Jesse - Fon M>rrs. FL - Mechanical Engineering 

-301439 
Coughlin, Shirley - 74 
Coulter. John -97 
Cowlishaw. Leigh - 1 77 
Coyne. Jessica - Chdtcnham. PA - Mathematics - 

Women's Rugby (Match Sccretaiy) - 301 
Qabtrec. Kelli - 274 
Cnimpsic. Lauren - Allcntown. PA - English - Alpha 

Phi (Vice President of Program Dcvdopmeni & 

Vice President of Chapter OpcratKins) - 235 301 



Craven, Jessica - 35 
Crcmcans, Michelle - 275 
Crcmcn, Frank - Las Vegas, NV 
Crofi. Wendy -116 255 

Crookston. Cynthia - Chcsicrfidd, VA - Engli^ & 
Political SdcTux. LU Senate (Secretary). Residence 
Hall Assodaiion (Vice Pnsident/NCC) - 301 401 

Crossan, Brian - 185 

Crosslcy. V^inccnt - 274 

Crouse. Rebecca - New Freedom, PA - En^ish - 

Residence Hall Association. University Productions 
(Program Manager), Tour Guide - 301 

Crowe, Christopher - Allcntown, PA 

Crowley, Julie - North Andover, MA - Business 
Information Sv'stem - Alpha Omicron Pi 
(Treasurer). Fraternity Management Association 
(Executive Board Member) - 302 

Cnrt, Ada - Ixbanon. PA - Btokigy & Psydwkigy - 
Alpha Phi Omcgi, Gryphon Society. Society of 
Hispanic Profcssiorul Flngirxcn - 254 302 

Cruz, Autumn - 249 

Cpp-stal. Robyn - 274 

Cubbagc, Sarah - Baltimore. MD - Journalism - Alpha 
Gamma Ddta (Vice President of Recruitment), 
Mustard & Cheese. Drama Sodety, Brown and 
White Student Newspaper (Asslvtant Ufcstyle 
Editor) -71 169 302 423 

Cundall, David -73 

Cunningham. Christopher - Rutland. VT - 255 

Cuny. Lisa - WyckofF, NJ - Accounting - 302 

Currier. Jeffrey - Scaisdale, NY - Accounting - 

Accounting Qub. Conccn Band, Hilld Society 
(President), Crew, Investment Club - 302 

Cuny, Elizabeth - Uniontown, PA - En^ish & 
Journalism - Gamma Bcu Phi. Panhcllcnic 
Council. Public Rdations St. Sodety of America, 
Gamma Phi Beta (Good Scholar) - 236 302 350 
411 

CuiTO, Vincent - NeptuiK Qty, NJ - Compiuer 

En^eering - Pi Kappa Alpha (Treasurer & House 
Manager) - 302 

Cusick. Doug - 1 93 

Cutdiffe, Stephen - "" 

C>-bulsla, James - Mountaintop, PA - Mechanical 
Engineering & Ph\-5ics - French Qub. Philosophy 
Club. Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Running 
Club (President). EES. Phi Beta Kappa - 302 

Czyzewicz, Christopher - Cilenside, PA 

Da Graca. Gabrid - Scotsdale. AZ 

Dag, Baran - Bethlehem. PA - 351 

Daily. Jonathan - Pittsbur|^, PA - Computer 
Eiigineering, Wl.VR FM (General Managrx), 
Lambda Chi Alpha (President) - 209 302 

Dale, Tun -45 56275 

Dale>-, Paul - 274 

D'Amato, Marguerite - Guilford. CT - Ps\xiiolog\' - 
Ddta Gamma (Vice President Social Standards) 

Damcn. Jessica - Endcnheim, PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - Dandn", Pi Tau Sigma. Tau Beta Pi - 
302 

Dammer, Mike - 244 

D'Angdo, Christopher - Philaddphia. PA - Accounting 
& Busmcss Information Svstcm. Accoimiing Qub 
(Tteasurer). Theta Ddta Chi (Steward). WLVR 
FM. Dean's Scholar 

Dankner. Matthew - Potomac MD - 143 351 

Darmono. Kataline - Bethlehem. PA - Finance & 
Marketing - Chinese Culture Qub, Intcnuoonal 
Qub. Investment Qub - 302 

Darr. Danid - Bethlehem, PA - 351 

Dasilva, Lidia - Hdlcnown, PA 

Da\is, Arian - 234 

Divis. Ariana - New York. N>* - English & Rdigion 
Studies - Alpha Chi Omega. Smdcnt .Ambassador - 
167 302 

Davis. Donald - 78 

Da\TS, Jason - Bethlehem. PA 

Da\is. Justin - Plainvicw. NY - Business Infbmiaiion 
S\'stcm & Management - 302 

Da\Ts, Michad-Evanston. IL-EJearical En^nocrii^- 
Judo-303 

DaA-Ts, Megan - 237 

t>a\'ison. Brian - 98 

Day. Loring - Bordentown. N] - 351 

Day, Lauicn - 1 16 

Day-Nitkin. Aaron - 256 

Deacon, >X'endy- 275 

Dearden. James - 87 

E>eBona, Christine- 165 

Debonis, Alyssa - Nazareth. PA - Accounting - 

Accounting Qub, Alpha Phi Om^ (Vice Prcsidcni 
- Fellowship). Beta Alpha Psi (President), Women in 
Business -45 303 

Dee, Marshal -187 

Deetcr. Rase- 175 



T Index 



.-^do, James - Upper Dai-by, PA - Computer 
> ience ■ !c£ Hockey B (President), ThetaXi - 303 
Dcgcniiaro, Talia - Larchmont, N\' - Architecture 
-175 303Deily.Maiy-87 

Delauro, Nicole - Staten Island. NY - Biolt^ - Kappa 
AlpKaTheta (President), Panhdlenic Council, 
National Society of Collegiate Scholais, 
Phi Eta Sigma Onder of Ome^- 303 397 

DeLeo, Gary - 78 

Deleon. Jonathan - Middletown. NJ - Finance - 303 

Deli2,Yasmin-135I49 

Delp, Christopher - Doylestown, PA - Mechanical 
Er^gineerir^ - Music Choral Union, Lehigh 
University Choir (Executive Board), Pi Tau Sigma 
-243 303 

Delph, Terry - 97 

Delvescovo, James - West Chester, PA - Finance - Alpha 
Sigma Phi - 303 

Demaio, Stacey - BellviUe. NJ - Behavioral Neuroscience 

- 304 402 Dematteo, Peter - Leesport. PA - 35 1 
Dembkoski, Corirm - 52 53 

Dembowski, Joellyn - Galloway, NJ - Biology & 

Psychology - 304 
Demergjs, Dimitri - 245 
Den Dana. Eikhof- 120 
Den Diana, Essen - 346 392 
Dencker, M^gan - Wilmington. DE - 35 1 
Denisenko, Natalie - Fair Lavm, NJ - Finance - Delta 

Gamma (Vice President Communications Honor 

Board), Beta Gamma Sigma. National Society of 

Collegiate Scholars, Phi Beta Delta, Peer Tutoring, 

Orientation Leader - 304 
Deppmeyer, Marika - Claremont, NH - 351 
Desai, Neha - Cedar Grove, NJ 
Detmer, Brandon - Bethlehem, PA - 35 1 
Devine. Mike -197 
Devlin. Bormie- 101 
Dholana,Rob-221 
Di Martina, Joseph - Endicott, NY 
Diana, Michael - Downingtown, PA - Accounting - 

Delta Tau Delta -203 304 
Diaz, Silvia - Rutherford, NJ - Economics & English - 

Economics Society - 304 390 
Dibanolomeo, Philip - New Milford, CT - Accounting 

-Theta Delta Chi -231 304 
Dickensheets, Julie - York, PA - Chemistry - American 

Chemical Society - Pi Beta Phi (Membership Chair) 

-183 304 
Dickstein, Eric - Clarks Summit, PA - Industrial 

Engineering - Sigma Alpha Mu - 304 
Dierolf, Volkmar - 78 

Dictrick, Ronald- Pittston Town, PA- 195 351 
Diggs, David - 70 

Dilauro. Jonathan - Budd Lake. NJ 
Dillon, Shen - East Stroudsburg, PA - 35 1 
Dillon. Robin - 78 
DiPasquale, Maiyann - 255 
DiPema, James - 90 
Dipilato, Enca - Hawthorne, NY - Financed Marketing 

- Marketing Qub, Outing Club, STAR Academy. 
SHAC - 304 Distasio, Mary - 35 1 

Doane, Forrest - 274 
Dobric. Vladimir - 78 
Dodd, Quaison - Hamden. CT - Finance & Philosophy 

- Football Team - 1 09 304 384 
Dodds, Ryan - 267 

Dodson. Bruce - 78 

Doerr, Allyson - Califon, NJ - Biochemistry - American 

Chemical Society. Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Sigma Pi. 

Tour Guide, Student Ambassador. Orientadon 

Leader - 304 
Dole, Tim - 309 
Domas, Lindsay- 177 
Donahue. Brad - 189 
Donaldson. Jon - Phoenixville, PA - Psychology - Alpha 

ChiRho-304 
Donham, Samuel - 35 1 
Dotan. Jeff -154 
Dorywalski, John - Springfield, VA - English - Gaming 

Club (Secretary) -304 384 
Dougherty, Charlie - 197 
Dowling. Stuan - 1 14 
Drago, Aaron - Tuckerton, NJ 
Drellich, Aaron - Doylestown, PA - Industrial 

En^ecring - Sigma Nu - 304 4 1 2 
Drcxler, Bradley- 103 
Driscoll. Terrencc - 231 
Drobish, Heather - 274 
Duane, James - 256 
Dubiema, Andrea - 37 
Dubreuil, Tom - 255 
Dudick, Danielle -254 
Dufi}', Thomas - East Islip, NY 
DuB/,hn-77 
Duce«ne. Pcd - Bctiilehem, PA - Mathanarics & 



y Juidex 

LjT, 



'XJms 



MechamcaJ Engineering - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, National Society of Black 
Engineers. Wrestling Team - 304 

Dugan, Patrick - 147 

Dukatz, Katie -135 149 

Duke, Kathryne - Moorestovm, Nj - Supply Chain 

Management - Women in Business (Vice President), 
Onentacion Planning Committee - 305 

Dukettc. Lynn - Queenstown, MD - 351 

Duncan. Christine - Philadelphia. PA - Business 
Informarion System - Softball Team - 305 

Dimcan, Scottv -151 

DuPaul, George - 90 

DuPont.John-97 

Duiand. Richard - 83 85 

Durian, Andrew - Blue Bell. PA 

Dyer, Jeffrey - Point Plesant. Nj - Accounting & Finance 
- Accounting Club, Delta Phi (Treasurer) - 1 99 305 

Dymek, Diane- 74 258 259 

D'Alessio, Mike -185 

D'Amato. Marguerite - 302 

D Angelo, Christopher - 23 1 302 

Fades, John - 97 

Eaton. Joshua - 57 247 

Eglit, Michael - Highland Park, IL - Economics - Alpha 
Sigma Phi, Golf Team (Captain) - 1 5 1 305 Ehalt, 
Evan - 274 

Ehrig, Joshua - Coopersburg, PA - Economics - Future 
Global Entrepreneurs (Secretary), Beta Gamma 
Sigma (Vice President). National Society of 
Collegiate Scholars, Peer Tutor, STAR Academy 
(Tutor Mentor Advisory Board Member), 
Ecor\omics Society, Omicron Delta Epsilon - 86 
305 

Eisenberg, Michael - Mcnon Statio. PA - Finance - Chi 
Phi, Hillei Soaety, Investment Club, Soccer Club - 
303 305 339 

Eisenberg, Ben - 78 

Eisenberg, Evan - 1 87 

Eisenman. Marisa - Tobyharma, PA 

Ekholm, Kelly - Baskin Ridge. NJ - Psychology - 
Outdoor Track Team, Soccer Club. Gamma Phi 
Beta -305 

El-Aasser, Mohamed - 93 353 

Elabdouni, Shaun - Bedford Hills. NY 

EUas, Matthew - Lansdale. PA - 1 93 35 1 

Elliott, Kevin- 184 185 

Ellstein. Stefanie - Roslyn. NY - Art - Alpha Phi, 

Balance. Brown and White (Design Editor) - 305 

Embden, Lauren - 254 274 346 396 

Emrich. Raymond - 78 

Endress. Mark- Pearl River, NY- 187 351 

Engel, Cara - Dix Hills, NY - Psychology - 305 327 

Engel, Jessie - 183 

Er^el, Josephine - 77 

En^e. Warren - Hockessin. DE - Economics & Theatre 
-University Productions (President & Comedy 
Chair), Mustard and Cheese, Drama Society (Vice- 
President), Lambda Chi Alpha, WLVR FM - 305 

Engle. Brad - 246 

Engles, Kelly - Normandy Beach, NJ - History - Chi 
Omega (Direaor of Friendship Social), History 
Club. History Honor Soaety - 305 

English, Larry - Bethlehem, PA 

Epstein, Eileen - North Brunswi, NJ -Journalism - 
Alpha Chi Omega - 167 305 

Ercole, Lauren L - Pt. Jefferson, NY - Anthropology - 
Outing Qub, Progressive Student Alliance 
(President), Soccer Club - 305 

Erwin. Brian - Middlebury, CT - Journalism - Beta 
Theta Pi (President Rush Chairman and House 
Manager). Interftatemity Coiincil. LU Senate, 
Brown and White - 193 249 305 

Eshleman. Jodi - LandisviUe, PA - Civil Engineerir^ - 
American Society of Civil Engineers, Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Chi Epsilon, Soccer Club. Society of Women 
Engmeers-169 305 

Esler.Ty- 143 

Esposito. Jennifer - Holmdel, NJ - Markecmg - WLVR 
FM (Public Affain Direaor), Chi Omega - 175 305 

Essler, Ty - 142 

Estadt, Matdiew - West Chester. PA - Business 

Information System - Accounojig Club, Beta Theta 
Pi (Treasurer), Interftatemity Coundl.Soccer Club, 
Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma - 193 306 

Ethier, Jusan - North Reading, MA - Computer Science 
-306 

Etters. Todd - Altoona, PA - 1 11 35 1 

Evans, George - 1 47 

Evenson, Edward - 73 

Faimeny. Rachel - 274 

Fajardo. Pedro - Bogota, Colombia - Industrial 

Engmecring - Delta Sigma Phi (Vice President) - 
Instimte of Industrial Engmecrs, Outing Club 
(President), SALSA (President) - 201 306 

Fanelli. Don - 274 

Farmer, Michael - Lancaster, PA - Mechanical 



Engineering - Alpha Chi Rho. Scabbard and Blade. 

Toekwando, ROTC, Ranger Challenge Team 

(Captain) - 306 
Parrel. Zach - 227 
Farrell, Lauren - Spring Lake, NJ - Environmental 

Sciences - Soccer Club. Ski Club - 306 
Farrington, Wendy - Bethlehem. PA 
Farrington. Gregory - 101 
Farrow, Mike - 281 
Fay. Courmey - Bryn Mawr. PA - Finance -Outing 

Qub. Finance Club, Ski Club, Women in Business - 

306 
Fay.AUcia- 183 
Fedash, Michael -Elysburg, PA - Finance - Chi Psi, 

Football Team Coach Program - 109 306 
Federid. Jusun - 254 274 
Feighner, Spencer - 223 
Fein. Daniel - Great Neck, NY- Industrial Engineering 

-209 351 
Feinman, Erica - Dix Hills, NY - Finance - Alpha Chi 

Omega, In vestment Club, Tennis Team, Finance 

Club, Women in Busmess - 144 167 234 

306 
Felden, Ashley - Marlboro. NJ - 351 
Feldman, Robyn - Westfield. NJ - Behavioral 

Neuroscience - 306 393 
Feldman, Ben - 45 
Feldman. Blake -351 
Feldstein, Joshua - Scarsdale, NY - Accounting - 

Accounting Club. Hillei Society (Vice President 

Financey Membership), Phi Sigma Kappa - 306 
Felmer. Kimberly - Clifton. NJ - Psycholog)' - Women's 

Volleyball. Smdent Athlete Representative - 306 

392 
Fendya, Michael - Homer. NY - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Societ)' of Mechanical 

Engineers. Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Music 

Committee (Vice President) - 306 
Fenn. Noah - Great Neck, NY 
Fergus, Jan - 74 
Fei^uson, Gregory - 73 
Ferrara, Brian - Wallingford, PA 
Ferreri, Michelle - Vorhees, NJ -Journalism - Equestrain 

Club. Panhellenic Council (Vice President Judicial 

Alfeirs), Pi Beta Phi (President). Public Relarioiis St. 

Society of Amenca. Ski Team (President) - 183 250 

306419 
Ferris, Sara - Boulder. CO - Marketing - Women's 

Volleyball - 306 
Field, Melissa - Baldwin. NY 
Filer, Elizabeth - 74 
Fincgan, Michelle - 1 19 
Finkle, Tyler -Youngsiown, NY- 207 351 
Fiore, Amy - 261 

Fiorilli, Dominick - New Providnce, NJ - 35 1 
Fischl, Alex -221 
Fishback, Victoria - Pasidena. MD — Business 

Information System - Epitome, Lacrosse Club, 

Lacrosse Team - 306 
Fishbein, Eric - 254 
Fisher, Kristina - Hershey, PA - Marketing - Delta 

Gamma - 307 
Fisher, John -94 
Flam. Jacquelme - Oceanside. NY - Marketing - Alpha 

Chi Ome^- 167 307 
Flament. James - Southbury, CT 

Plaster, Meredith - Manalapan, NJ - Music & 

Theatre - Lehigh University Choir. Overtones, Phi 

Eta Sigma, Mustard & Cheese. Drama Soaety 

(President Secretar}'). Lehigh University 

Ambassador, Amaranth Literary Magazine - 246 

307 
Flax, Bnan - 234 

Fleming, April - Collingdle, PA - Biology - 307 
Fleming, Todd - Pittsburgh, PA - 35 1 
Fletcher, Melissa - Commack, NY - Accounting & 

Business Information System, Accounting Club. 

Alpha Chi Omega. Women in Business - 

167 234 307 
Flynn, Eric - Branchburg, NJ - 351 
Foley, Meghan - Bethlehem. PA -Journalism & 

Markeong - Alpha Phi, The Newman 

Council - 307 
Folk. Robert - 78 

Folland. Christopher- Kenilworth, IL 
Follett. Mark - W Sprmgfield. MA - Marketing - 307 
Foote, Katie - Cherry Hill, NJ - Biochemistry - 

American Chemical Society, Delta Gamma, 

Women's Rugby (President Captain). Chem-Pal 

Program - 307 
Ford, Anna -351 
Ford, Billi- 130 
Ford, Courmey - 255 
Ford, Kari - 274 
Forstall, Chris - 245 
Forsyth, Amy - 70 
Foster, Cheryl - Ridgefield, CT - Econormcs & Political 



Science - Delta Gamma (Vice President Mem! « r! i 

LU Senare (A&R Chair). Panhellenic Counul I 

307 
Foster. Matthew - 35 1 
Foster, Natalie - 73 
Foucek. Alexis - 1 52 1 53 
Fouike, Andrea - Elmira. NY - Accounting, Sociolog- 

Social Psychology & Spanish - Chi Omega, IVxr 

Educator, Career Services - 307 
Fowler, Tiffany - 261 

Fowler, W. - 78 | 

Francis, Neville - 87 
Francis. Richellc - 255 
Francisco. Andres -351 
Frank. Robert - Manalapan. NJ - 35 1 
Frankel. Barren - Novelty, OH - Marketing - Ilicatr 

Gryphon Society (President), Chi Omega 

(Personnel Chair Panhel Delegate). Mustard 

& Cheese, Drama Society, Tour Guide, Srudcnt 

Ambassador- 175 255 308 
Fraser, Dave- 213 
Fr^osi. Erica - Massapequa, NY - History & 

Psychology, Women's Soccer Club(Foundcr N: 

President), History Club, Track fii Field Team - 

308 
Frey, Dou^as - 98 
Freyre, Eduardo - Jersey City, NJ - Computer 

Engineering - Society of Hispanic Profession jJ 

Engineers - 308 
Fnck. Meredith- 177 
Friedman, Jodie - Potomac, MD 
Friedman, Sarah - 96 
Friedman. Sharon - 74 
Frisbie, Dani - Boulder. CO - English & Environnitr 

Sciences - Swimming Team - 308 
Fnsco, Christopher - Levittown, PA - 35 1 
Fritchman. Bruce - 98 
Fuerherm. James - Nudey. NJ - 351 
Fuller. Brent - Shaker Height, OH - Electrical 

Engineering - Alpha Chi Rho. Instimte of Ekan 

and Electronic Engineers - 35 1 
Fuller, Peny - Oxford. MD - 35 1 
Fuller.Trey-142 143 I 

Fulton, Carl -251 
Fulton, Corey - 254 
Furman. Uya - Delmar, NY 
Fusi. Susan - B^ylon. NY - Civil Engineering - 

American Society of Civil Engineers, Epitome, Pt 

Beta Phi (Treasurer), Society of WomenEngintrr 

- 183 308 
Fyfe, Brian - Norristown, PA 
Gabal,Jim-154 
Gabrynowicz, Laura - 127 
Gaffiiey. Richard - Philadelphia, PA - Industrial 

Engineering - 308 
Gagnon, Renata - 248 249 
Gajewski, Piotr - Allentown. PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of Mechanics! 

Engineers - 308 
Gali-Alfonso, Nathalie - Upper Montdair. NJ - Engl. 

- Outing Club, Forward - 308 
Galiyano, Elizabeth - Sinking Spring. PA - Accountinf 

Supply Chain Management - Beta Alpha Psi 

(Corresponding Secretary), Beta Gamma Sigmi - 

308 319 435 
Gallagher, Ed - 74 
GaUer. Matt - 237 

Gallo. Ana-Carina - Miami, FL - 351 
Gallo. Christina - Columbia. NJ - Biology - Alpha 

Gamma Ddta, Phi Sigma Pi (Soaal Chair) - 1 6'^ 

295 308 Gallo. Heidi - North Woodmer. m' - 

Political Sdence - Hilld Sodety, Gymnastics Clu 

(President) - 308 
Gamarello, Thomas - Wanaque, NJ - Music & Politit| 

Sdence - Choral Union, Lehigh Universir.' Choi 

Sigma Alpha Mu (Rush Chair) - 308 
Ganssle, Bethany ~ Bethlehem, PA - 35 1 
Garber. Darnel - York, PA - Economics - Economics 

Sodety (President). WLVR FM - 308 433 
Gardiner, J. -103 
Gardiner. Keith - 97 
Gardner, Katharine - Denver. CO - Anthropologv' - 

Outing Club, Tennis Club, Gymnastics Qub, 

National Honors Society, College Scholar, TALC 

308 
Gargano, Rob - 227 
Garlett, Lauren - 57 244 
Canity, Brady - 255 
Carton. Erik - 209 
Gates, Brian - Bethlehem, PA 
Gatewood, John - 8 1 
Gaumer, Whimey - Hartford, CT 
Gaumer, Marian - 81 

Gavigan, Annene - SLokmg Spring. PA - 35 1 
Geissler. David - Westfidd, NJ - Mechanical 

Engineering -American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Soccer Club, Sodety of Automotive 



Engineers - 308 
deokc, Abby - 275 
anmill, Eleanor - Baltimore. MD - MeclLinical 

Engineering - American Stxicty of Mechanical 

Engineers. Gaming Club. Pi 'lau Sigma. Society of 

Women Engineers. Anime (-lub - 309 
encarelli. Melissa - Nutlcy. NJ - History & 

International Relatiom - 1 )elta C;.imma (OirecKir of 

National Phihuuliropy), Internaiion.iJ Helaiions 

Oub - 309 
ennari. Leslie - West Mifflin, PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 

Kngintrrs, Gryphon Societ)-. Pi Tau Sigma, 

Society of Women Engineers, Swing Club (Vice 

President) - 254 309 
«orge, Jennifer - Purdiasc, NY - Finance - Alplia ( 'hi 

Omc-ga-167 309 400 
corge. Robert - 351 
coigopoulos. Christine - Pine linx)k. N| - Marketing - 

309 
cnici. Gregory - Hamilton Square. NJ - Mechanical 

Engineering- Pi 'au Sigma, lau lieta Pi - 309 
crbtr. Evan - 205 

cmi.in, James - West Caldwell, Nj - 35 1 
CRhcn.HeatIicr-173 351427 
crstcin. J.ison - 234 
cmncr, Tara - 254 274 
iampa, Andrew - Ambler. PA - Mech-inicil 

1-ngineering - 309 427 
ian^^io, Tiffany - C !ollcgevillc. PA - Music & 

Political Science - Cliond Union, University 

Choir (Marketing Manager Librarian). Ixhigh 

University Melismatics - 309 438 
iannoiti, Stephen - Staten Island. NY 
iaqumto. Elizabeth - West C;,ild\vcll, NJ - 

International Relations - Chi Omega. World Affairs 

Club- 310 385 
iardino. Brad- 187 
ibson. Simon -42 217 
lilbrcth. Amy - Basking Ridge. NJ - Sociology/Social 

Psydiolc^' - Tour Guide. Student Ambassador • 

310 
a Michael -81 
lillcn. Ian- 125 
lilliLuid, Enn - 131 

.ilro\ , Sha%\'na - Treichlers, PA - 35 1 
nrshin. ,\lex - Brooklyn, NY-315 351 
■luMn. M3n-253 
liaddL-n, Rico - W;ishington. DC 
iiadsione. Shira - 175 
ilaser, Kcllv- Reading. PA - Industrial Engineering - 

Alpha Cj.inima I )clta. .■\lpha Pi Mu, Instimte ot 

Industrial Engineers. Society of Women Engineers, 

SoftKdl leam, V'arsit)- Softball Team (Co-Cjptain) - 

310 
;iass. Josh - 205 
ik>w.icki. Anne - 253 

Hunt. Matthew - C irampian. PA - 1 09 35 1 
incdv. IK-a - 205 

iodlrn.-, Emily - Fredericksburg, VA- 255 351 
ioff. Michael - West Chester. PA - Computer 

Engineering - Cross Country Team. Outdoor Irack 

Team- 110 111 310 
k)ff..\lan-128 129 
iolcher. Brin.iny - Ewing, NJ - Psj-chologj' - Alpha 

ChiOmc-ga-310 319 
loldberg. Adam - 234 
inldhLm,josh-2M 
niLlkdcr, LXivid - C-itiLsauqua, PA - Computer Science 

- Concert Band. Gaming Club. Pep Band. 
Marching Band (Freshman Manager). Whispering 
Trees (President) -245 310 

k>ldm,in. Sarah - Gashen, NY - Journalism - Best 
Buddies (President), Gryphon Society (Sccrctaiy), 
^'1 \'R HM. lALQ- 249 254 259 310 408 

ioldman. Steven - 78 

ioldstein. Jenna - Wo(xlburv, NY - Business 

Intormauon S\'stem & M-orkcting, Alpha Gamma 
Delta -310 

aoldstein. Rachel - Pittsburgh, PA- Finance Marketing 

- Alpha Phi, Investment Club. Finance Club. 
Women in Business- 173 235 310 

aolcbiewski, Rich;ird - PUTtiouth Meeting. PA - Civil 
Engineering - American Society of Civil Engineers - 
Swimming Team - 29 1 310 323 

iolcbie\vski. Brian - 125 195 

Soliosh. Andrew - Pen Argyl. PA - 35 1 

joUc. Erica - R.imsey. NJ - German & Political Science 

- Residence Hall Association, German Club, 
Leadership - 310 

aoncar^. .\m.uida - Cohassci. MA - Journalism - 
Epitome. Chi Omega. TTie Brown and White 
1 (Managing F^ditor & FMitor-in-Chiet) - 45 248 
:49 310 401 
lonz.ilei, Giancarlo - Bethlehem, PA - Business 
Intormarion S\"stem - Investment Club. SALSA, 
S*^Kicti.ot Fiispanic Prottssional Engineers, WLVR 



FM. Mustard .ind Cheese Society - 310 
Goodman, Joshua - Pittsburgh. PA - Materials Science - 

ZetaPsi-310 
( Kxxlman. Rachel - 247 252 259 
Goodman, Sanili - 281 
Goodwin. Heather - Media, PA - Business Information 

System He Marketing - ( Iryphon S<K:iety. Kappa 

Alpha Theia (Rush C^hair). LU Senate (FireFest 

Ch.ur)- 181 254 310 
Goodwin. Blaire - 1 19 
Gordon. Ik-njamin - 351 
Gorgrant, t iednq- - 35 1 
Gomian. Ryan - Glen Ridge. Nj - 281 351 
tiomey, Carole - 80 
( iorostiiiga, Amaya- Chicago, IL - Marketing - Alpha 

Chi Omega -167311 395 

Gosser, Timothy - Folsoni, PA- 161 351 
Ciodinger. Katlicrine- Millbum, NJ - Biochemistry - Pi 

Beta Phi -183 311 
Gould. Nate -255 
Grace, David - Metuchcn. NJ - Materials Science - L")clta 

Phi (Vice President HoiLse Man;iger), Interfratemit)' 

Council (Vice President Judicial Affaits) - 199 31 1 
Gracia, Yvctte - Camden. NJ - Fxonomics - Fxonomics 

Societ)', Black Snident Union. Society of Black 

Engintx-rs, Admissions Fellow Inroads Inc. - 31 1 
Grech, Trevor - 195 
Green, Brian - Succasiuina, NJ 
Green, Hann;ili - Miami Beach, FL - Fin.-incc- Phi Eta 

Sigma, Phi Beta [>lta - 31 1 
Green. Susan - Pe-.irl River. NY 
Greene, Anita - Pittsburgli. PA - Architecture - I^pitotne, 

Lehigh University Choir, Lehigh Melismatics 

(President), Universit)' Overtones - 31 1 436 
Grccnleaf, James - 84 
Greenle)'. Riiy - Norristown, PA - Computer Science - 

Gaming Club -31 1 
Grccnspon, Alison - Darien, CT - Psychology - WLVR 

FM,ChiOmcgp-311319 
Gregg. John - Piitsbui^h. PA - Architecture - Alpha Chi 

Rho. Hockey Team (President) - 3 1 1 
Greiner. Aaron - Lancaster, PA - Chemical Engineering 

-275 31! 
Grenestedt. Jot^ahim - 97 
Grieco. Heather - 254 
Griffin. Jennifer - Massapequa Park. N\' - Psycholog)' - 

Kappa Alpha 'ITieta (Vice President Finance) - 181 

311 
Griffin, Kristi- 169 
Griffin, Steve - 245 
Griffith, Caren - 35 1 
Griffidis, Ivor - Schuylkill Ha. PA - 35 1 
Griggs, Gary - Honolulu. HI - 251 
Grimes, Michael - Wa)!!^ PA - 351 
Grivalsk)', Jaime - Wallingford. CT - Business 

Information System - Accoimting Club. 

Swimming Team 
Grivalsky, Jaime - 3 1 1 335 
Grod^cki. M.iciej - Hillsborough, NJ - Molecular 

Biologv' - Asian Cultural Society - 3 1 1 

Groover, Mikell - 97 
Gross, Jason - Lake Barrington, IL 
Grossman, Jana - Pen Argyi, PA 
Groves, Sharmon - 274 

Grubcr, Jason - Monaca, PA - Materials Science - 3 1 1 
Grundfast. Art - 259 
GT)-n. Kimberl)' - Lansdale, PA - Chemisui' - 

Marching. Band, Pep Band - 3 1 1 
Guasto. Jeffrey - Pittston, PA 
Gubiotri, Jonathan - FJdrcd. NY - 35 1 
Guerrero, Oscar - 281 

Guest, Lisa - Bethlehem. PA - Psydiobg)' - 31 1 
Guha, Debbie- 175 
Gulden, Samuel - 98 
Guneri. Comert - Hartsdale. NY - Industrial 

Engineering - International Oub, Ski Team. 

Turkish Smdents Association - 3 1 2 
Gunter, Frank - 87 
Guntcsid, Annie - 274 
Gupko, Jenna- Hudson, PA- 171 351 
Gupta. Parveen - 87 

Gurin, Patrick- Richmond Heists, OH - 351 
Gustafson, Andrew - Macungie, PA - Chemical 

En^neering - American I tistimte of C'hcmical 

Engineers - 3 1 2 
Gutman, Jason - Great Neck, NY - History - Alpha 

Sigma Phi -312 
GuBhall,KcUy-153 
Guziak, Laura - Rock\i!le. MD - Environmental 

Sciences - Equcstrain Club (Captain & Secrctaiy), 

Environmental Oub (President) - 312 
Gwinn. Amy - 274 
Haas, Greg -20 
Hahn, Stephanie - Hellenown. PA - Finance - Ddta 

Gamma. Field Hocke>- Team - 1 1 8 3 1 2 327 
Hahn. Eric - 227 
Hahn. Rvannc - 175 



Hailesclassie, Hiriii - Addis Al>aba, Ethiopa - Civil 

Engineering - American Society of Civil F'ngincers, 
Chi Epsilon, Society of Women Engineers, 
Tau Beta Pi, National Societ)' of Black Fl^ngjnccn 
(GU Representative & Fundraisng Chair). African- 
Cariblx.-iin ( luliunil ( ^lub (Vice President & GU 
Representative), Phi Beu Delta (Student Vice 
President and GU Representative) - 312 

Hall. Bendty- 234 

Hall, Brant -39 109 281 

Halpin.Tim -223 235 

Halpren- Ruder. Sarah - Providence. \U - 351 

Hamilton. Allison - Auburn. WA - Mechanical 
Engineering - Alpha (iamma Delta. American 
Society of Mtxhanical F^ngincers. Pi Tau Sigma 
(President), Society of Women Engineers (Vice- 
President) - 312 

Hamilton, Megan - 274 

H.amm. William - Suffem. NY - Accounting & 
Marketing- 209 312 

Hammond. Josh - 243 

Hancy, Kimberly - lawrenccvillc, NJ 

Hander. Robert - New Providence, NJ - Mechanical 
Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 
F-ngineers, Pi Tau Sigma, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Phi Eta Sigma. National Society of 
Collegiate Scholars - 3 1 2 

1 landler, Krisun - 288 

Haruian. "Travis - Sewickle)', PA - Accounting - Psi 
Upsilon (Academic Chair Social Chair) - 312 

Hansen, Ry;ui - 227 

Hanson, C^tsc)' - Oceanside, NY 

Hanson. W^iitney - Nevnown, PA - Poliiica] Science - 
312 

Marker, Andrew - 1 93 

Harlacher, Ty - C^iettysburg, PA - Mathemarics - Sigma 
Phi Epsilon (President). Order of Omega (Vice 
President) -312 

Rirmel. Derek -341 

Harmer, Martin - 97 

Harrington, Lisa - Long Valley, NJ - Accounting & 
Marketing - Lacrosse - 52 31 2 429 

Harris. Matthew - Voorhees, NJ 

Harris, Tammy - Great Neck, NY - Poliiital Science - 
Swing Dance Club (Treasurer) - 31 2 

Harrison. Andrew - Rochester, NY - Business 
Information System - Sigma Chi, BIS Club 
(Treasurer) -223 312 

Harrison, Corey - 254 

Harmian, Joseph - 97 

Hartman,Kylc-29U4 

Hartnen, Dave - 259 

Hartranft. Ronald - 97 

Hartwig, Laura - Wappingers FaUs, NY - Business 
Informauon SN-siem - 313 

Harvey, Jennifer - 2*^5 

Hass,Abbie-53 

Hatalis, Milriadis - 98 

Hatch. Jennifer - Emerson. NJ - Accounting & Finance 

- Alpha Phi, Women in Business - 313 Ml 
Hatzistamaris, Irene - Allentown, PA - Moleailar 

Biology- Best Buddies, Choral Union. Hellenic 

Club (Vice President). Orthodox Fellowship 

Club(Treasurer) - 313 
Haugen. Doug - 255 
Hawkcs, David - 74 
Hawkins, Recs - Chesmut Hill, MA - English - Grvphon 

Society (Executive Board Selection Committee). 

Zeta Psi -254 281 313412 
Hawkins. Tiwaun - Atco, NJ - Behavioral Ncurosdcnce 

- National Soaet\' ot Black Engineers. Black 
Student Union. Basketball Team - 313 

Healea. Rochcllc - 120 

Heflin. Jeffre>' - 98 

Heibel. Jay - Dodgcville, WI - 109 351 

Heil. Eric -129 

Heindel. Ned - 73 

Heinle. Robert - Rumson. N] • Architccmir - 3 1 3 

Heinrichs, Christopher ~ Pittsburgh. PA - Electrical 

Engineering - Delta Phi (President) - 199 313 
Heller. Rachel -177 
Hdms. Zach - 274 
Helverson. Barry- 281 
Hclwig. Jocelyn - 274 
Hencke, William - 94 
Hendcnon. Andrew - Bethlehem, PA 
Henderson, Kevin - Pcnnsauken. NJ 
Henderson. J.imes - 236 
Hcnrv', .Amanda - W'all. NJ - English & Journalism - 

Universitv' Production (Music OvC^air). Brown 

and VC^te (-Associate Editor & Editorial Pages 

Editor). Smdcnt Serute (Eanh Day Co-Chair). 

WX\TIFM (.Assistant Music Dirraor)-313 
Herm, Andrea - Newtown Square, PA - Industrial 

Engineering- Insritute of Industrial Engineers- 313 

439 
Herman. Rik - Nantucket. MA -Finance - Sigma Alpha 



Mu-313 
Flcrmias, Josh - 254 

Herron, Emily - Fair Lawn, NJ - Industrial Engineering 
- Ddta Gamma (Vice President Finance), 

Panhcllenic Council, Phi F"ta Sigma. Honor Society 
-314 
Hcrshcy, Eva - 72 
Hertz, Lauren - West Nyack, NV - Psychology- Alpha 

Phi (Executive Vice Prcsidcni Marketing) - 235 314 
Hervcy. Lynic\' - Indianola, lA - Business Economics - 

314 
Her/ing, Andrew - Rklgway, PA - 35 1 
Hess, Brandon - Ixbanon, PA - 351 
Hess, Jason - I^akcwood. Nj -351 
Hcisko, Brian - Kingston, PA - 20 1 35 1 
Hewlett. Derek -197 
Hcwlen, Dior- 177 
Heydenbcrk, Warren - 90 
Hickc>',Pat-2I3 
Hild,Gregory-35l 
Hilferty, John -351 
Hill. Gretchcn - 254 255 
Hillman, Donald -98 
Himanshu, Jain - 97 
Hines, Keith - Derwood. MD 
Hitchcock. Phil - 209 
Hitiinger, Ixiitia - Sewickle)*, PA - Political Science - 

Gamma Beta Phi. Brown and White Student 

Newspaper - 314 
Ho, Tara - Pewaukce. WI - Industrial Enginccrir^ - Pi 

Beta Phi, Swimming Team- 183 314 
Hoang, Hien - Wyomissing, PA - Eloctnca) En^rKcring 

-314 
Hobor, Nicole - Nonh Brunswick, NJ - 351 
Hoch. Adam - Gettysburg, PA - 255 
Hock, Jon -23 1 
Hodsdon, BJ-I15 
Hodsdon. Bruce - 35 1 
HoeLscher. Erica - 70 
Hoff", Mark - Langhomc. PA - 255 275 
Hoffman, Herbert - Malvern, PA - Mechanical 

En^necring - American Societ)- of Mechanical 

En^necrs, German Club (President) - 425 314 
Hoffman. Eric- 138 139 
Hoffinan. M.irjorie - 35 52 259 
Hofrnann, Glenn - 252 
Holiat, Lydia - Havcrtown. PA - Finance & Marketif^ - 

Gryphon Society. Marketing Oub -254 314 
Holzingcr, Carl - 98 
Holzman. lars - 227 
Hong, Sharon - Belle Mead, NJ - 35 1 
Hong, Daniel - 78 
Hopkins. Charles - West Allenhur, NJ - Computer 

Engineering - WLVR FM (Music Direaor and 

DJ), Humble Servants (Board Member) - 31 5 

424 
Horch, Christopher - Oklahoma Ciiv*. OK - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Societ)' ot Mechanical 

Engineers. Chi Pa (Steward). Rugb)' Qub (G> 

Cjptain)-3I4 
Homing. Cariy - Bcmvillc. PA - Eleorical Engineering - 

Insritute of Elctrical and Electronic Engineers, 

Society of Women Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, 

Tockwando. Uni\nsit)' Productions - 314 
Horowitz, Jason - Moorcsiown. NJ — Chcmicai 

En^neering - American Instimie of Chemical 

Engineers, Intcrfratemirs' Council (General Board 

Member). "ITieta Chi (President Recruitment Qiair 

&SodalCJiair)- 314 402 
HorwcU. Sonva - Hcntyetta, OK - Molecular Biology- 
Gryphon Societ)-. Scabbard and Blade (Treasurer) - 

254 314 
Hotaling, Sarah - Niskavima. NY 
House. Zachai)- - Wcstwtxxl, MA - 351 429 
Howell. Stephanie - Wilmcttc. IL - English - SoftbaU 

Tcam-314 
Hoxic Rob - 261 
Hsiui^. Chuan - 78 
Hsu. James - 94 
Hu. Wa)Tic - Freehold, NJ - Business Information 

S)-5tem & Finance. Gr)pKon Society. Investment 

Club. Theta Ddta Chi -314 
Huang. Wd-Min - 78 
Hublcy. Alicia - 34 
Huencs. Mike -231 
Huff, Mark - 259 
Hughes, Chris - 2.35 
Huil.Chudin-112 113 
Hull.Lucinda-112 113 135 149 
Humben. Rhonda - North Cape Ma, NJ - Music - Jazz 

Ensemble, Kappa Kappa Psi. Swing Qub 

(Presklent). Wind Enscmbk: - 247 31 5 
Humphre)-. Diarw - Schuvikill Haven. PA - Theatre - 

Mustard and Cheese, Drama Society - 31 5 
Humphre)-. Amic - 45 56 



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..,:.id)amd-Bethiehem,PA-351 

Hunt, Kacie - Glen Cove, NY - 35 1 

Hutchingi, Grant- Bethel Park. PA - 35 1 

Hutchinson. Andy- 184 185 

Hwang, Brian - Los Gates, CA - Biochemistry- - Asian 

CuIturaJ Sodet)' (V'lcc President CulruraJ), Chinese 

Culture Club. Indian Student Association. Lehigh 

Philliarmonic (Concert Master), Lehigh Chamber 

Orchestra, Freshman Orientation Leader - 31 5 
Hwang. Shine- Rockaway, NJ - 351 
Hwang. James - 98 
Hwang. Lisa - 275 
Hyclak, Thomas - 87 
Hyland, Diane- 81 
H\Tnan, Daniel - Walnut Creek. CA - Economics - 

Wrestling Team - 1 36 1 37 3 1 5 
H\TTiowitz, Emily - Memphis. TN - 1 83 3 1 5 
Imbert, Eugenio - Bethlehem, PA 
Impink, Danielle - Indianapolis, IN - History - Alpha 

Gamma Delta (New Member Coordinator). STAR 

Academy, Tour Guide - 1 69 234 3 1 5 
Ingham. Patricia - 74 
Innes, Jon — 87 

Ip. Michael - Aberdeen, NJ - 35 1 
Irace. Laura - Garden City. NT - Social Reladons - 

Alpha Omicron Pi (\'ice President), Cheerieading 

(Captain) - 52 123 PI 297 315 323 400 
Irwin. Daniel - Mechanicsburg, PA- 351 
Irwin. Peter - Flourto%vn, PA - Computer Engineering - 

Alpha Chi Rho- 187 315 
Isaacs, Michael - Manlius. NY - Chemistr)' - American 

Chemical Society-, Student Aifiliates (Vice-President) 

-316 
Isaak, Garth - 78 
Ismen. Haluk - Bethlehem. PA - Markeung - Turkish 

Smdent Associauon - 3 1 6 
Ispass, Bradle}- - Oceanside. NY - Finance - Chi Phi, 

GalfTeam-316 
Itwaru. Chrisrina - 175 
It2kowitz, Murray - 73 
Ives, Katharine - Wayland, MA - Architecmre - Alpha 

Omicron Pi. Balance (President) - 171 316 
Iwasaki. Jana - Hillsboro. OR - Marketing - Track 

Team, Wind Ensemble - 3 1 6 
Iwaskiewicz, Erin - 1 1 7 
Jackson, Andrew - Philadelphia, PA 
Jackson, Valerie - Faaon-ville, PA - Histon,' & Political 

Science - Alpha Omicron Pi, Lacrosse Team 

(Goalie), Class President 1 999-2000 - 1 57 

316 
Jacob, Deidre - 175 
Jalari, Safi\a-249 
JafFe, Brian -187 
Jaffe.Matt-184 185 
Jaffer, Siddiqa - Allentown, PA - Accoundng & 

Marketing - Accounting Club. Markeung Club. 

Beta Alpha Psi, Women in Business, Investment 

Club -316 
Jafferali, Nabeel - North York Ontario. Canada - 

Electrical Engineering - Indian Student 

i^ssociarion, Insrimte of Elearical and Electronic 

Engineers, Soccer Club, Tau Beta Pi, African 

Cultural Club (GU Representative). Phi Beta Delta 

(Student Vice President) - 316 
Jain, Samecr-231 

Jaiswal, Pooja - Pleasantville, NY - 35 1 
Jaravata. John - 1 5 1 
Jenkins. Lauren - 274 
Jensen, Sara- Port Deposit, MD 
Jensen. Alex - 1 28 
Jerrett, Christopher - Weston, CT - Accounting - Alpha 

Chi Rho. Ice Hockey Team (Captain) - 316 341 
Jewell. Christopher - Lavale, MD 
Jia, Li - 73 
Ji^jian, Charles - Weston. MA - Finance - Chi Psi 

(Treasurer) -197 316 
Jin.Yan-274 
Jobson, Erin - Wolcott, CT - Biochemistry - American 

Chemical Society, Wind Ensemble - 3 1 6 
Johnson, Jess -Allentown, PA 
Johnson. Stephen - Philadelphia. PA - Chemistry - 

American Chemical Society - 3 16 
Johnson, Anne - 1 16 
Johnson, David - 78 
Johnson, Headier - 8 1 
Johnson, Jason - 351 
Johnson. Kashi - 70 
Johnson, Sianle)' - 97 
Johnson, Todd - 1 33 
Jones, Roben - Forest Cit>'. PA 
Jones, Calvin -261 
Jones, Laury - 254 
Jones, Nicole - 25 1 

Joost, George - New York, NY - Finance - Kappa Sigma 
(House Manager Social Chair) - 207 235 316 



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Jordan, Gabriel - 229 

Joseph. Michael - Potomac, MD 

Joseph, David - 99 

Joslin, Andrew - Englewood, NJ - Mechanical 

Engineering- 316 
judd, Michelle - Wallingford. CT - Music & Psychology 

- Concert Band. Intercollegiate Wind Ensemble, 
Dancin'. Epitome, Pep Band, Marching Band 
(Senior Representative Rank Leader). Kappa Kappa 
Psi (Vice President Service Comminee Chairperson), 
Jonathan B. Elkus Freshman Cup -71 247316 

Kahn, Justin - 189 

Kahney. Douglas - Linden, NJ - Finance - Kappa Sigma 

-207 235 317 
Kaji, Momona - Bethlehem, PA - 351 
Kaminski. John - Dupont, PA 
Kampmann, Alex - 2 1 3 
Kanjo.WiU -184 185 199 
Kanofsky, Alvin - 78 
Kaplan, Lana - Morganville, NJ - Finance Marketing - 

Alpha Chi Omega, Hillel Society, Marketing Club - 

167317 
Kaplan. Rudvard - Great Falls, VA - Accounting - 

Accounting Club. Alpha Phi Om^, Brown and 

White Student Newspaper (Business Pages Editor). 

Tour Guide, Student Ambassador, NASOAQ. 

Writer -317 
Kaplan. Renee - 144 
Kaplan. Lana - 388 
Karakava, Eser - Bethlehem, PA - 351 
Karam. Adrienne - Easton PA - Accounting - Accounting 

Club. Delia Gamma, Beta Alpha Psi - 317 
Karmokolias, Katenna - 234 
Karpovich. Jennifer - Marlton, NJ - Behavioral 

Neuroscience - Gamma Phi Beta, Women "s Soccer 

(Captain) -117 236 317 
Kasame)'er, John - Cohasset, MA - Accounting - Delta 

Tau Delta -317 
Kaser, Paul -281 
Kashlak, Ron-151 
Katuna. Barret - 234 
Kac Stephanie - 74 
Kaufman. Rachel - Db; Hills, NY - Political Science - 

Alpha Chi Om^ - 3 1 7 439 
Kaufniann. Chaim - 77 
Kaufmann, lermy - 275 

Kavallieratos, Nicholas - New York. NY - 254 35 1 
Kawamura, Daisuke - 351 
Kay. Ashley - Medford, NJ - Business Information 

System - Equestrain Club (President), Women in 

Business -309 317 
Kay, Edwin - 98 

Kcafer. Sarah - Johnstown, PA - Biology - 3 1 7 
Keating. Andrew - Scranton, PA - 35 1 
Keeley, Jackie - 157 
Keene, Peter - 274 
Keedey, Dawn - 74 
Kehrwald. Nicholas - Cherokee, lA - Cognitive Science 

&c Psycholog)' - Gyphon Society - 317 
Kelleher. Brian - Madison, NJ - 35 1 
Kelly, Alison - Easton, PA - Supply Chain Management 

- Women in Business - 3 1 7 

Kelly, Bruce - Newark, DE - History & Science 
Technology & Societv - ^'^resding Team - 3 1 7 

Kelly, Karen - Gibsonia, PA - Industrial Engineering - 
Dancin', Institute of Industrial Engineers (Vice 
President of Membership), Society of Women 
Engineers, Tau Beta Pi - 20 31 7 

Kemal. Tuzia - 94 

Kennedy. Nathan - Hatfield, PA - Computer 
Engineering- 317 

Kennedy, Robert - Belmont, MA - English & 

Mechanical Engineering - American Societv of 
Mechanical Engineers, Chi Phi, University 
Productions, LU.R.E- 195 317333 

Kennedy. Francesca - 274 

Kennedy. Robert - 317 

Kenny, Sean - Savreville, NJ - Mechanical Engineering - 
Alpha Chi Rho (President Educator) - 317 341 41 1 

Kent. R\'an- 187 

Keramas, Anastasia - Oak RJdge, NJ - Civil Engineering 

- American Society of Civil Engineers, Chi Epsilon 
(Secretary), Society of Women Engineers. Chi 
Om^-318 

Keramas. Stacie - 175 

Kermalli, Mohammed - Whitehall, PA - Computer 
Science & Economics, Economics Societv, Insriruce 
of Electrical and Electronic Engineers - 3 1 8 

Kern. Lee -90 

Kerr, Kristin - Reading, MA - Accounting - Alpha 
Gamma Delta (Social Chair) - 169 234 318 321 

Kersch. Kenneth - 77 

Kesslcr, Gr^ory - 98 

Khabbaz, Samir - 78 

Khan, Faisal - Bethlehem, PA - 96 

Kilingensmith, Suzanna - 135 

Kim, Kwan- Young - Bethlehem, PA - International 



Relauons-318 

Kim, Soo Yun - Bethlehem, PA - Art - Korean Students 
Association Kim, Yoon-Jung - Fort Lee, NJ - 
Finance - Asian Cultural Society. Korean Smdent 
Association (Treasurer), Global Union Representa- 
tive- 318 

Kim,Ja-Woo-351 

Kim. Soo -31 8 

Kim. Yong - 78 

King, Emily- Hellertown, PA - Architecmre - Balance. 
Pi Beta Phi -183 318 435 

King. Arthur - 83 

Kinsley. Dave -231 

Kinter, Allison - 177 

Kirk, Sam - U 1 

Kirschner, Shawn - Hewlett, N\' - Biology - Gamma 
Phi Beta (PublicRelarions Vice-President) - 318 440 

Kir^van, Kathryn - North Salem, NY -Journalism & 
Public Relations - St. Society of America - 318 

Kise. Cathenne - Piano, TX - Industrial Engineering - 
Alpha Gamma Delta (President Aliminae Liaision), 
Insrimte of Industrial Engineers, Society of Women 
Engineers. LU Senate, University Comminee on 
Discipline. Tour Guide - 3 1 8 384 

Kise, Kaie-169 

Kiser, Amanda - Landisville, PA - 35 1 

Kish, Richard - 84 

Kissling, Roger- 221 237 

Klahre. Sharon - 254 

Klein, Melissa- 257 

Klein, Phil - 259 

KIcsse. Amy - Neshanic Station. NJ - Psychology - Alpha 
Gamma Delta (Membership Coordinator), Psi Chi 
(Vice President). STAR. Academy - 1 69 31 8 

Klier. Kama - 73 

Kline. Benjamin - Landisville. PA - Finance - Zeta Psi. 
Men's Soccer Team - 1 1 5 3 1 8 

Klingensmith. Suzanna - New Kensington, PA - 
Materials Science - Outdoor Track Team - 3 1 8 

Klinger, Kyle - Sarasota, FL - Accounting - Delta Phi - 
199 318 

Klingesnsmith, Suzanna - 401 

Klump, Chris - 245 

Knaub, James - Spring Grove, PA - Chemical 
Engineering - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers- 318 443 

Knight. Winifred - 73 

Knipscher, William - Baldwin, NY- 351 

Knoop. Dustin - Westfield, NJ - Business Information 
System & Finance - Phi Delta Theta (House 
Manager Steward Social Chair), Finance Club - 319 

Knopp. Vanessa - 257 283 

Knowies. Jane - Center Valle>-. PA - 1 1 8 11 9 35 1 

Knuison. Heather - 275 

Koch, Jennifer - Long Pond, PA - 35 1 

Kocher, Matt- 109 

Kocse, Adam - Tuckerton, NJ 

Kodama, Kenneth - 73 

Koeckert. Roben - Basking Ridge, NJ - Industrial 
Engineering- Kappa Kappa Psi (Corresponding 
Secretar>'). Marching Band, Pep Band, Symphonic 
Band. Crew Club. Wind Ensemble - 45 319 390 

Koester. Eric - Pittsbui^. PA - 351 

Koesder, Larry - 234 249 

Koffbl.Ann -259 

Kohui. Elizabeth - Summit, NJ - Finance - 3 1 9 

Kolchin. Michael -84 

Kolev, Kalin - Gabrovo, Bulgaria - Management 

Marketing - Table Tennis Club(President), FONI 
(Editor in Chief), Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Beta 
Delta. Pi Eta Sigma - 3 1 9 Komal, Mark - 28 1 

Kopan. Nicholas - Hopewell, NJ 

Koppelsonk. Eric - New York. NY - English - Outing 
Club. Soccer Club.Tennis Club - 319 

Kornfield. Adam - 256 

Kors. iMina - 1 44 

Kosnik, Patricia - Colonia, NJ - Industrial Engineering - 
Alpha Pi Mu, Gryphon Society. Kappa Alpha Theta 
-181255 319 

Kost. Gillian - Somerville, NJ — French & Journalism - 
Alpha Omicron Pi (Risk Management Chair), 
Public Relations St. Societv of America. Rho Chi, 
TourGuide- 171 319 397 

Kotchm. Alison - Berkeley Heights, NJ - English & 
Journalism - Alpha Gamma Delta, WTVR FM 
(Program Director), Brown and White (Associate 
Editor)- 75 169 248 249 319 

Kotila, Mike - 223 

Kovalik. Jonathan - Newtovm, PA -Computer 
Engineering - Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
(Treasurer), Men's Volle>'ball Club (Treasurer) - 
319443 

Kovich, John - Schuylkill Haven, PA - Industrial 

Engineering - Alpha Pi Mu (Recording SecretanO, 
HE (Vice President Development), Tau Beta Pi - 
351 

Kraft. Ken - 8 1 



Kramer, David - East Rockaway, NY - Marketuii; 

Theta Delta Chi (President) - 319 
Kramer, Mark - Cherry Hill. NJ 
Kramer. David - 3 1 9 
Krause, Gretchen - 248 
Kraver. Barry - White Plains, NY - Finance - Chj I 'I. 

(Vice President Grand Council Member Al un 1 1 1 1 

Relations Chair) - 195 320 409 
Kravitz, Stephanie - 73 274 
Krayer, Joel - Damascus, MD 
Krieger, Nathan - Bridgeville, PA - Industrial Engjnee. 

- Insrimte of Industrial Engineers, Interfratemity 
Council (University Relations Committee Head) 
Tour Guide (Executive). Lambda Chi Alpha 
(Steward) - 320 

KroU. Barry - 74 

Kross, Rebecca - East Windsor, NJ - French & 

International Careers - French Club. Phi Beta De 

-320 
Krsnak, RacheI-177 
Kuchera. Joshua - Whitehall, PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Chi Phi (Vice President House Mana^ 

Pi Tau Sigma - 320 424 
Kuchka, Michael - 73 
Kulick, Joshua - 274 
Kulick, Kristy - 351 
Kulp. Alison - Telford. PA - Industrial Engineering 

Alpha Pi Mu. Institute of Industrial Engineers, 

Society of Women Engineers, Society of 

Manufaauring Engineers (Secretary) — 320 
Kulp, Timothy - Wildwood, MO - Industrial 

Engineering - Delta Tau Delta - 320 
Kunzicr, Frank - North Caldwell. NJ - Business 

Information S)'5tem - Kappa Alpha - 205 320 
Kurry. Mary - Chevy Chase, MD- Finance - Lacros 

Team - 1 57 320 382 Kursrin. Scott - Boca Rai 

FL - Marketing - Marketing Club, Delta Phi 

(Faculty Relations) - 1 99 320 
Kuruc, Christopher - Evanston, IL - Industrial 

Engineering - Sigma Alpha Mu, Society of 

Manufacturing Engineers - 320 
Kurz, Patncia - Garden Gty. NY - Psychology - Alph 

Omicron Pi (Corresponding Secretat)'), 

Cheerieading (Captain) - 122 123 320 323 
Kurz, Kevin - 161 
KuTzman. Jessica - Nevtton Centre. MA - Accountinj 

Accounung Club, Dancin', University Producrioi 

Beta Gamma Sigma - 320 435 
Kyle, Olivia - Clarks Summit. PA - Accounting - 

Accounting Club - 3 1 5 320 
Labar, Daniel - 351 
Laconte, Paul - Cheshire, CT - Finance - Chi Phi - 1 

235 303 320 
Lagodney. John - Naperville, IL - Chemical Engineer 

- 45 320 424 
Laible, Janet - 77 
LaMay. Brian - 275 
Lambert, Chris - 35 1 32 
Lamp. Edward - Norwood, NJ - Economics - 

Economics Society, Lehigh Emergency Response 

Team (Secretary) - 321 
Landrieu, Laura- 175 
LaNcve. Margie -254 
Langlcy, Brett ~ Bethlehem, PA 
Langton, Michael - Vineland. NJ - Finance - Delta 

Sigma Phi, WLVR FM - 201 321 
Langweber.Jennifer- Wayland. MA- 171 351 
Lapadula. Matthew - Macungie, PA - Classical 

Civilization Mathematics - 321 
Lapernet, Giselle - White Plains, NY - Civil Enginecri 

-American Socien.' of Civil Engineers -321 410 
Largay, James - 87 
Larsen, John - 73 
Lascar, Andrew - 205 
Lasker. Judith -81 
Latifpour, Shieva - Trumbull, CT - Computer 

Engineering- 321 
Laub. Deborah - 70 
Laughlin. Robert - N. Cape May, NJ 
Laughman. David - Bolton. CT - 223 
Laur>'. Valerie-Anne - WTiite Plains, NY 
Lausch. Kate - 56 

Lauver, Nathaniel - Port Royal. PA - 351 
Lavoie, Danielle - Gotham, ME 
Law, Donald - Media. PA 
Uw.Priscila-181234 
Lawrence. Dave - 217 

Lawson, J ulianne - Mountain Top, PA - 35 1 
Lear}'. Sean - 1 39 
Lee. Albert -281 
Lee. Megan - Sherborn. MA - Business Information 

Sv-stem & Marketing -Pi Beta Phi, Crew Team 
Lee, Min-Soo - Bethlehem, PA 
Lee. Ming-Huei - Edison. NJ -351 
Lee. Nathanael - Essex, CT - Economics & Marketini 

Kappa Sigma - 207 321 



Lee, Yung - dmp Hill. I'A - Chcniicil Engineering - 
' American Insiiniic of Chemical Engineers - 321 
■Lee. Kin -74 
Ue.l-isa-275 
Lcc. Megan -183 321 
I Lec-Urban, Sieve - 275 
iLcfkowic Linda -74 
Left. Chris -229 
, Ldimaii. L')anicl - Harrisonburg, VA 
Lehman, Jennifer - West Chester. PA - Finance - Delta 
I Canini.1. 1-ield Hocke>''rcam (Captain), Phi Fia 
t Sigma Honor Society - 1 1 8 1 1 9 322 
', Lckhter, Robc-n - Wooamcrc. NY - 1 99 35 1 
LengicAi, Kris - 1 50 
Ixnhan. Brian -255 261 

■ Lcnnon. Kri-stcn - Whippany. Nj - Biology - Choral 

1 Union. Chi Omega (New Member Educator). 
Cycling Club -45 175 322 436 
I Lcnnon. (ienild - ')4 
IroiM. Andrea - Sutcn Is!.uui. NV -Journalism - Alpha 
I 111 Omega. Public Retatiotvs Si. Socienof Anicrici 

1 67 322 Ixrch. Headier - Nonhampton, PA - 
Marketing - Epitome - 322 
Leroux. Jastin - Theresa. NY - 351 
I Leung. Yen-^X^lng -West (Grange. NJ - 35 1 
Levcque. Christina - Bronx. NY - Mechanical 

I nginecring- National Society of Black Engineers 
President). Socienof Hispanic Professional 
Engineer). Afriam Cultural Club fl reasurcr), Black 
SaidcnLs Union rTrcasurcr) - 322 
Levinc. Heather -New York. NY - Marketing - Pi Beta 
t Phi. Orieniaiion Leader Tour Guide - 297 322 440 
Levis, Adam - 45 
Lewanda. David - Farmington. CT - Cximpuicr 

Engineering- Institute of Elcarical and Elearonic 

1 ngincers. Jazz Ensemble. Wind Ensemble, Tau 
Beta Pi (President) -95 322 

Lewis. Kitti - Kinmenrtille, PA - Bio!og\' - Concert 
I Band, Dancin', Kapfra Alpha Thcta, Kappa Kappa 

IPsi (Recording Secretary' Parliamentarian 
jurisdiction Chair). MarJiing Band (Manager), Pep 
Band - i22 
L'Hcurcux, Alex - 1 10 1 1 1 132 146 147 
I Li. Qi.uig - 87 

Liashck. Christine - North Potanuc. MD - Marketing, 
LU Senate -322 

' Libemian. Zachariah - Bethlehem. PA - Computer 
' Science - 322 
Licht\ . Jennifer - 257 
Uebentrin. Sarah - Eric, PA 
Licbcrnian. Joshua - River Vale. NJ - Business 

Informarion Ss-stem & Marketing - ,^pha Chi Rho 
i'rcsidcnt. Vice President, Assistant Rush Chair) - 

02 389 

tLJcbman, Erin - River Forest, IL- Psychologj'- 183 322 
IJcbman, Scott - Livingston, NJ - English & Religion 

Studies - Alpha Sigma Phi - 237 322 
Liedtka. Stephen - 87 
L^, Antioncttc - 250 
Linck, M ichael - Madison. WI - Theatre - Ski Team, 

Mustard ajid Cheese. Drama Society - 45 309 322 
Lindquist, Julie - Moon Township, PA - Chemical 
I Engineering - .American institute of Chemical 
' Engineers. Outdoor Track Team (Captain), Tau 
I Beta Pi -322 415 
I Lindquist. R\-an - Lake Forest, IL - Economics - Kappa 

Sigma, Phi Beta Delta, Phi Eta Sigma - 207 323 
Ung. Emily- 141 

■ Unsthcidk, Nora - 249 

Linton, Brian - Topficld. MA - 351 
* Liokumovich. Marina - 275 
Lipko. Linda - "4 258 259 
Lisch, Melissa - Holmdel. NJ - 236 
Litmon, Stephanie - Roslm. NY- Marketing- Gamma 

Phi Bera - 323 
Liu. Susan - 5 1 
LobcUo. Michael - LakeAriel. PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - 323 
Lobmtto, Monica - Yorktown Heights, NY - Psychobgy 

-323 
Logic, Matt- 128 129 
UJimann, Meisha - Berkshire, NY - Ardutccnirc & 

English - Balance (President & Trcsurer) - 323 

■ Lombardi . Serge - 2 1 3 
Lomrantz, Trace)- - 249 

Long. Shannon - Laurys Station. PA - Biolog>- - Alpha 
Gamma Delta. Softball Team. Student-Athlete 
Council Representative. Coach Program, 
National Societ>- of Collegiate Scholan - 323 

Lopez, Ko'in - Larchmont. N^' - 3*i 1 385 

Lorah. Daxnd - West Chester. PA - 351 

Lord. Jeanm.tne - Ti\'oIi. NY - Accounting - Pi Beta Phi 
(\'ice President of Mental Ad\ancemcni Treasurer) 
-183 323 

Loi2. Martin - 255 
f LowT, Mel\-in - Pittsbuigh. PA - Poliucal Science - 
Scabbard and Bladc^ ROTC - 323 



Lowe, Ryan - Demarcst, NJ - Computer Science - 

Kappa Alpha -323 4 19 
Lowe, Khayla - 35 
Lowe, Tony - 1 55 
Lowc-Krentz, Linda - 73 
ijoy, Sabrina - Doylestovm, PA - Marketing- Delta 

Gamma. Rho Chi -323 427 
Lozanoff. Mike - 195 
Lu.Le-Wu-94 
Lubin, Dayna - Hauppaugc, NY - Psychobiologv' - 

Alpha Phi - 324 
Lucas. Andrew - 1 55 
Lucas. Robcn - 97 
LuccT, Margaret - 274 
Luckie. Judith - New Bloomfield, PA - Chemical 

Engincrring - American Chemical Socict)', 
American Institute ol Chemicil Engineers, Dancin', 

Outing Club. Soccer Club. Stxiety of Women 

Engineers, Taylor House Council - 275 324 
Luebbcs, Andrea - 1 1 3 
Luff, Kim -254 
Lukic. Sanda - Praha 5 1 5000. Czech Republic - 

Journalism - Delta Gamma, Public Relations St. 

Societ)' of America - 324 
Lukscnbcrg, David- Springfield. NJ - Computer 

Engineering- Hillel Socict)- fVice President 

Programming). Sigma Phi Epsilon (Vice President 

Memlx-r De\elopmcnt Communications) - 324 
Lule. Jack - "^4 
Lundin, Katie - Trumbull, CT - Behavioral 

Neuroscience - Gamma Phi Beta, Diving Team - 

324 
Lupovici, Su/annc - Craiibury, NJ - Policital Science - 

American Studies, LU Smdcnt Senate, Hi.story 

Club (Vice President). Phi Alpha Thcta (Vice 

President) - 324 347 429 
Lutz. Shane - Milford. NJ 
Lutz,J.-90 
Luyben, William - 94 
Lynn, Aaron - 147 
L\'5ter, Timothy - Lockport. NY - Marketing - 

Accounting Club, LU Senate (President Vice 

President), Marketing Club - 253 295 324 
Mack, Avon - Perry Hall. MD - 281 
MacMillan, .Amanda - 248 249 
Magalhaes, Alexandre - Bethlehem, PA - 35 1 
Mageria, Kevin - 23 1 
X'lagnotta, Andre\^' - Moscow, PA - 35 1 
M^yiotta. Joseph - M.unaronek, N'Y - Finance & 

Industrial Engineering -GrTi-phon Society, Insrimte 

of Industrial Engineers, Investment Club, Residence 

Hail Association, Scabbard and Blade. Societ\' of 

Manufacturing Engineers (Treasurer), SAME 

arcasurer) - 254 324 
Mahale. Rekha - High Bridge. NJ - 35 1 
Maher, Stella - 246 
Mait. Dave -189 
Majczan. Heather - 99 
Mak, Krist)- - North Wales, PA - 35 1 
Maldonado, Fernando - Howard Beach. NY - English - 

Beta Theta Pi. Swing Club. America Reads (Smdcnt 

Coordinator) - 193 324 418 
Maldonado. Yomaris - 52 
Malhotra. Kaaya - Tobyhanna. PA - Biolog)- & English 

- Pi Beta Phi, S.TAR. Academy - 324 
Malhotra. Monica - Allentown, PA - Chemical 

Engineering - American Instimte of Chemical 

Engineers. Indian Smdent Association. Universit)' 

Productions - 324 
Malt, Barbara -81 
Mancillas, Enrique - Houston. TX - Chemical 

En^neering - American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers, Sodetv'of Hi.spanic Professional 

Engineers, Alpha Chi Sigma (Reporter Treasurer) - 

324 
Manthe>-, Amanda - M 259 
Manura. David - Pennington, NJ 
Marciano, Oren - Brookl\Ti, NY - Computer 

Engineering - Outing Qub, Sigma Alpha Mu. 

LU.R.E. (President) - 324 435 
Marder. Arnold - 97 
Mariano. Dana - Whippany, NJ - Finance - LU Serute. 

Gamma Phi Beta (Financial Vice President), 

Orientation Leader. Women in Business- 321 324 
Markle)'. Nelson -101 
Markowitz, Allison - 34 
Markulin, Elizabeth - Neptune. NJ -Chemical 

Engineering - Kappa Alpha Thera - 324 
Markus.Greg- 189 
Marlc)-, Scan -351 
Marlow. John - 207 35t 
Marmion. .Michael - Toms River, NJ- 351 
Marquan. Jillian - 249 
MarshaU, Colin - Tabernacle, NJ - 11 5 35 1 
Marshall, Michelle -165 
Martiens, Philip - Bethlehem. PA 
Martin. Sudan - BrooklvTi. NT- 281 351 



Martin. Lee -281 

M.inindale. Jonathan - 351 

Martinctti, James - Colonia. NJ - Chemical 

Engineering - American Instimte of Chemical 

Engineers, Theta Delia Chi - 325 
Martinet Danielle - Hillsborough. NJ - Joumalism - 

Alpha Chi Omega. Public Rrbtioiw St. Society of 

America. Women in Business - 167 325 
Maninez, Julia - Aliquippa, PA - English & Materials 

Science - Alpha Omicron Pi (Risk Management 

Chair), Wl,VR HM, Women in Business, English 

Undergraduate Committee - 325 
Mar/ano. Peter - Schnecksville, PA - Finance - 325 
Masi, Kadiryn - Suten Island, NY -Ardiitcourc - 

Balance -325 409 
Masi. Leanna - West Harrison. NY - Biology - 

Environmental Club - 325 390 
Maskulka. James - 84 
Maskulka, TTicrcse - 83 
Mason, Douglas - 70 
Miissucci, IJndsay - Pittsburgh. PA - Joumalism - Public 

Relations St. Socict)' of America, Chi Omega - 325 
Matarazzo, TTiomas - 1 97 
Mathis, Roy - Tallahassee, FL - Finance & Maikcring- 

F(x>tball Team - 109 325 
Matter, Rebeca - Dclran, NJ - An - Gamma Beta Phi, 

Soccer Club, Women's Soccer Team (Captain) - 

325 
Matier.Michi- 116 117 236 
Manhcws. Eric - Ambler. PA - Behavioral Neuroscience 

- Ps\'choIog)', Cnrw Team (Captain & President), 
Tour Guide, Smdcnt Ambassador - 35 1 

Matthews, Rich - 77 

Matturri, Peter - Bloomfield, NJ - Chemical Engineering 

- American Institute of Chemical En^neers, Delta 
Upsilon (Vice President Scholarship Public 
Relations) - 325 

Matula, Tim - 223 

Mauriello, Matthew - Morris Plains, NJ- Markaing -325 

Maust, Jennifer - Salisbury. PA - English - Amaranth 

(Board ofEditors)- 325 
Mayer, John - 195 
Maynard, Matthew - Warrington, PA - Marketing - 

Thcta Dclra Chi. Crew Team - 325 
Mayo, C. - 90 
Maziu-. Scott - 257 

Mbom, Robert - Brooklyn. NY - 1 28 1 29 35 1 
McMurrough. Brian - Libertj'ville, IL 
McVulifie. Timothy - Middletown, CT - Business 

Information Sj'stem - Alpha Sigm^ Phi (Academic 

Chair Secretan,'), Soccer Club (Treasurer) - 325 
McCabe, Lczlie - Holmes, PA 
McCabe.Joe -281 
McCahill, Patrick -151 
McCallum. Erin - 249 
McClayton, Gamer - Chicago, IL 
McClayton, Michael - 351 
McConagh\', Scott - Pawtucket, Rl - Finance Marketing 

- Theta Xi- 325 427 
McConnell, Mike- 154 

McCormick, Amanda - Bethlehem, PA - Psychology - 

Psi Chi - 325 
McCoy. Mci^n - Boonton, NJ - English - Student 

Ambassador, Admissions Fellow. Lacrosse 

(Manager). Fly Fishing Club 'Secretary') - 326 
McCrear>'.Jessica-135149 
McDermott, Jeffrey-- Downingtown, PA - Chemical 

Engineering & Music - American Instimte of 

Chemical Engineers. Lehigh Universit)' Choir. 

University Fellowship (Treasurer), Phi Eta Sigma - 

326 
McDonald. Valerie - Howell. NJ - Ps\-chology - .Alpha 

Omicron Pi (\''icc President Administration), Brown 

and VC-liitc Smdent Newspaper (Contributing 

Writer) - 326 
McDonald. Brian - 329 
McDonald.John-341 
McDonald, judidi- 8^ 
McDonnell. Brian - Wilkcs-Barnr. PA - Political Sdcncc 

& HLstor}- - Historv- Club fVice President). Smdent 

Ambassador, Volunteer for Humanit>* - 326 
McE^ih. Ian - Norton. \l\ - Marketing - Zcta Psi. 

Marketing Club - 326 
McGann, Martin - Occanpon, NJ 
NicGce, Karen - Rosly-n Hei§^t. NY - Political Science - 

Alpha Chi Omc^.Hilld Sodet)'. Pr[^?rssi\'e 

Studeni Alliance'- 167 326 393 
McGrath. Kristin - Webster. NY - Psvxhologv' - 

Lacrosse Team - 1 57 326 399 
McGradi. Thomas - Roseland, NJ - Marketing - Ddta 

Upsik)n - 326 
McGrath. Joe - 227 
McGuirc, Shannon - P5 
McHu^. John - Baltimore. MD 
Mcintosh. James - 81 
McKee, Caitlin - Woraster. MA - Ardiitcaure - Alpha 

Omicron Pi- 171 326341 



McKenna, Scan - West Chester, PA - Civil Engineering 

- Alpha Sigma Phi American Society of Civil 
En^necrs - 326 

McKau. Daniel - Acme, PA 

McKinrick, James - Pon Jefferson, NY 

McLaughlin. James - Philadelphia, PA - 351 

McLaughlin, Paul - Wilton, CT 

McLaughlin-Volpe. Sandra - 8 1 

McMenimon. Rob - 1 5 1 

McMulIcn, Jon - 255 275 

McMurrou^, Brian - Bethlcham, PA - Mechanical 
Engincering-AmcricanSo6er>'ofMechankal 
Engineers, Outing Qub, Pi Tau Sigma, Society of 
Manulaouring Engineers, Bowling Oub - 326 391 

McNamara, Tom - 205 

McNerne\', Man - 16I 

McRobcns, Gerald -81 

McTamncy, Michad - Philadelphia. PA - Fiiunce - Zcu 
Psi - 326 

McWccney, Danid - East Brunswick. NJ - Otmputer 
Engineering - Sigma Alpha Mu - 248 249 326 

Mchta. Risha - 35 259 

Mcjia, Elkin - White Plains, NY 

Mdtzcr, April - 73 

Mendelsohn, Benjamin - Wilmington. DE - Economics 

- Marketing Club. Wrestling (President) - 326 
Menddson, Michad - 78 

Mcngps, Chris - 237 

Menig, Amanda - 34 

Menon, Rajan - 77 

Mcnze. Mary - 255 

Merdinger, Jill - Allentown, PA - HistoiT,- - Toekwando - 
326 

Merlonghi, Andrea - East Brunswick, NJ - Sociology/ 
Social Ps\'cholt^' -Equcstrain Qub, Outing Qub, 
Ski Team. Fly Fishing Team (President). 
Chi Omeg?, WLVR FM. Ski Team. Psychology' 
Club. Centennial School - 327 404 

Merrifidd, Derdt - Lower Bundl, PA - 35 1 

Mcslin, Julie - Rocky Hill. CT 

Mcssmer. Marie - 73 

Mctcalf, Mike - 275 

Mctosk)', Matthew - Pittsburg. PA - Management 
.Mariwrting - Theta Ddia Chi - 327 

.Mctz, Janet - Bridgewatcr. NJ 

Mctzgcr, Jason - GrccrLsburg, PA - Chemical 

Engineering - Alpha Phi Omega. American Institute 
of Chemical En^necrs. Universit)- Produoions - 
327 

Mctzler, Anne - 90 

Mcy-er, Christian - 237 

Meyer, Greg - 254 

Mcza, Cesar - Hou.«on, TX - 35 1 

Middlaon. James - Richmond. VA 

Midczarek. Ted - 244 245 

Midke. Nicole - Liverpool. PA - 35 1 

Migjoia. Gabridia - Phiiaddphia. PA 

Mila\"sk)'. Bcvin - Vorhecs, NJ - Joumalism - Gryphon 
Sodet)- (Programming Coordinator), Lehigh 
UnK'ersit)' Philharmonic Newman Council (Vice 
President Community Service). Brown and White 
Smdcnt Ne\vspaper (Edit Board Member) - 249 
255 327 416 

Milhimc, Heather - 351 

Mill. Qiristophcr - Bethlehem. PA - Accounting - 
Accounting Qub. Beta Alpha Psi, Peer Tutorii^ 
Senior Class Gift Committee (Solicitations Chair) - 
297 327 

Miller. Brcnt-Geoy-sburg, PA - 351 

Milfer, Br>-nn - Chadds Ford, PA 

Miller, Conor -213 

Miller, Da\id - NewTown. CT 

Miller, Eric - BroobiUe, PA - Computer Science - Ddia 
Sigma Phi (Trea-aucr) - 201 217 327 

Miller. Harold - Milfcrd. NJ - 422 

Miller. Joshua - Peoria. IL - Computer Sdcnoe - 327 

Miller. .Marlon - Phiiaddphia. PA 

Miller. Meredith - Great Neck. NY- Ps)•chobgv•- 
Alpha Phi - 173 325 327 

MiUcr. Nicholas - Dnshcr. PA - Eteorical Engineering. 
Alpha Chi Rho (Rush Chair), ROTC - 327 

Miller. Magi- 135 

Miller. Matt -234 281 

Millet, jeffio- 70 

Mills. Zadi- 207 

Milne. Laura - Nashua. NH - Biochemisoy - 327 386 

Miruro\'ic, Troy - Schnecks\-ille. PA 

Mindnim. Christopher - Souihpon. CT 

Min^egrccn. Cot)'- 255 

Minioozzi. Enzo - 227 

Minissalc, Kara -274 

Mk)la. Elizabeth - Marlton. NJ - Psvrhology - Ddta 
Gamma - 1 77 328 

Miranda. Brandon - 187 

Miranda, Karen - 56 



T Index 

LU451 



; r, Erin - Bidrimore, MD - Marketing - Alpha Phi 
vxTctaiy) - 528 Misinco, John - 249 259 
ick.Woidech-97 
Mitchdi, Elizabah - Foxborough. MA - Biolog>' - LU 

Senate (Vice President Secrmi>0 - 253 32 1 328 347 
Mimiaii, Alexander - Easton, PA - Mechanical 

Engineering -221 328 398 
MIodossich, Keli - Nazareth. PA - Industrial 

Engineering - 328 
Moe.AIden-90 
Moglen, Seth - 74 

Mohapatra, Aniol - Annandale. NJ - 35 1 
Mohr, R\an - L'pper Moniclare, NJ - Economics - 328 
Mong, Te - Bedminster, NJ - Finance - Gryphon 

Sodet)'. Swing Dance Club - 328 
Montana, Gina - Lansdale, PA - Management - Women 

in Business (President Secretary). Brown and White 

(Assistant News Editor) - 242 328 
Montenegro. Michael - Bensalem, PA - Industrial 

Engineering - Asian Cultural Societ)', Institute of 

Industrial Engineers, LU Senate. Pi Kappa Alpha 

(Secretai}), Society of Manufacturing Engineers - 

217 328 420 
Moon, Bruce - 77 
Moonthungal. Sunitha - Demaresi, NJ - Ps>-choIog\' - 

Epitome (Assistant to the Editor. Residential Life 

Editor), Orientation Leader, Planning Committee, 

Chi Omega, Peer Educator, Psychology Club - 258 

259 328 426 
Moore, James - Winfield. IL - 35 1 
Moore, Richard - Glenoldcn, PA - Finance - Football 

Team- 197 328 
Morales. Shelle>' - Orefield, PA 
Moran. Catherine - Souihboroug^. MA - Civil 

Engineering - American Societ)- of Civil Engineers, 

Residence Hall Association. Taylor College 

(Programming Coordinator President), ASCE 

(Secretary) - 328 
Morea, Justin - Medford. NJ - Biology & Computer 

Science - LehighUniversity Choir, Theta Delta Chi 

-231 328 
Moreau, Andrea - Concord, NH - Psychology - 328 

401 
Morgan, Edward - 77 
Morin, Greg - 154 
Morlev, Rebecca - 1 56 
Mormak, Joseph - Summit, NJ - Finance & Marketing 

- Alpha Tau Omega (President). Interfratemity 
Council, Baseball Team, Order of Omega Phi Eta 
Sigma -328 

Morris, Elizabeth - Fairfield, CT - Biology & 

Ps>chology. Alpha Phi (Corresponding Secretary), 
PanhcUenic Coimcil (Vice President, Administrative 
Afi^r^) - 329 

Morris, Hunter - Pitisbuigh, PA - 35 1 

Morris, Jonathan - Pottsville, PA - Chemical 
Engineering - 329 

Morris, Donald - 73 

Morris. Missy- 165 

Morrow, Billie - New Bloomfield, PA - Economics - 
Dancin", Economics Society (Treasurer), Soccer 
Qub, Women in Business, TaeKwonDo 
Club (President), Chi Omega, Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes, Phi Eta Sigma, National Society 
of CoUegiate Scholars. Intemauonal Honor 
Society - 329 

Moscow, Julie - Wynnewood, PA - International 
Careers, Alpha Phi (Scholarship Chair). Student 
Athlete Council (Executive Board), Economics 
Society, Tennis Team - 329 

Moses, Carl - 69 

Moskowiiz, Gordon - 81 

Motch, Robert - Charic Town, WV- Accounting & 
Finance - Accounting Club, Beta Alpha Psi (Vice 
President), Future Global Entrepreneurs (President) 

- 45 309 329 

Mode)', Joi - Bethlehem, PA - Journalism & Marketing - 
Alpha Gamma Delta- 329 350 

MouraviefF. Jessica - 257 

Mowle, Amanda — Killington, VT - International 

Relations - Women in Business. Ice Hockey - 329 

Mulcahy. Michelle- Rolling Hills, CA 

Mullen, Joshua - Washington, PA 

Mullet. Charlone - Andover, MA - Marketing - 329 

Muller, Sarah - Andover, MA - Finance - 330 

Munic)'. Erin - BerfJehem, PA - 35 1 

Munley, Vincent - 87 

Munoz-Avila, Heaor - 98 

Munsch. Kristina - New York, NY - Finance - 330 

Murad, Linda - Emerson, NJ - Accounting - 

Accounting Qub, Alpha Gamma Delta(House 
Manager), Best Buddies (Treasurer), Epitome 
Associate (EcUtor Managing Editor), Residence Hall 
'\'«odarion. Order of Ome^ (President), 
larrindalc Scholar. Tauck Scholar - 86 169 258 



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259 321330 350 428 
Murphy. Alison - Springfield, MA 
Murph)-, Kelly - Aaon. MA - Civil Engineering - 

American Societv- of Civil Engineers (Vice 

President), Societ)' of Women Engineers - 330 339 

408 
Murphy, Kevin - Chicago, IL - 1 89 
Murray. James - New Hope. PA - 35 1 
Murrough, Brian - 351 
Muscan. Christopher - Queensbiuy, NY - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Societ)' of Mechanical 

Engineers. Ouung Club. WLVR FM - 330 
Myerberg, Gillian - 35 1 
Myera, David -84 281 
Nagel. Roger - 98 
Naiman, Adam - 185 
Nanney, James - 237 
Napack. Dave - 38 
Napier, Terrence - 78 
Napoli. Alexander - Holmdel, NJ - Business 

Information Svstems - Pi Kappa Alpha - 330 
Narowski. Sandy - 247 252 
Nastasi. Peter- Bedilehem, PA - 351 
Nastasi. Erica -81 
Na)'ar. Nandkumar - 84 
Neagle, Katherine - 274 
Neczypor, Christopher - Marlton, NJ 
Negin. Daniel - Houston, TX. - Computer Engineenng - 

Hillel Society, Juggling Club (Secretary) - 330 
Neidemian. Seth - 209 
Nelson, Jamie - San Diego. CA - Psycholog)' - Alpha Phi 

(Historian). Order of Omega (President) - 330 341 
Nelson. Anne- 177 
Nemitz, Haydn - 203 
Neti.Sudhakar-97 
Neu, Chris - 229 

Neumann, Benjamin - San Antonio. TX 
Neumann, Robin - Montclair. NJ - Finance -Alpha 

Phi - 330 
Neumann, Tiare - Bethlehem. PA 
Neumeyer, Al - 245 
Neveling, Man - 275 
Newell, Christian - Somerset, NJ - Marketing - Lambda 

Chi Alpha - 330 
Newell, Patrick - Cape Elizabeth, ME - Computer 

Science - TTieta Xi, ClubHockey (Captain) - 330 
Ng, Chi -351 

Nguyen, Hau - Bedilehem, PA - 351 
Nguyen, Thu - Longmeadow, MA - 35 1 
Nichol, Mike - 236 
Nicholas. Mary -74 
Nicholas, Pete -197 

NichoUs. Shane - New Canaan, CT - 351 
Nicholson, Cat- 131 159 
Nied. Herman - 97 
Niekrash. Ron - 274 
Nielson, Erik - Washing Crossing. PA - Computer 

Science - Pi Kappa Alpha - 330 
Nirshberg, Gr^ - 217 
Noe, Rachel - Ridgewood, NJ - Finance - Women in 

Business (Treasurer), Thompson International 

Portfolio (General Manager) - 330 
Noel, Valerie - 254 
Noh. Yoovcon - Seoul, South Korea - Economics & 

International Relations Asian Cultural Society, 

Economics Society', International Relations 

Club, Korean Smdents Association (President) - 330 
Nonemacher. Dave - 2 1 7 
Nordberg, Michael - Yardley, PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - Pi Tau Sigma (Treasurer), Sigma Nu 

(Vice President). Order of Omega (Secretary) - 330 
Norell, Daniel - Bedilehem. PA - 35 1 
Norelli. Mike - 274 
Noric Alexis- 167 
Nonon, Courtney - Westfield. NJ - Psychology - 

Equestrian Team, Psychology Club - 331 
Nous, Michael - 97 
Novack. Joshua - Rego Park, NY - Business Information 

Systems - Zeta Psi - 33 1 
Novasack, Mark - 236 
Nugent, Trish - 177 
Nussbaum, Craig - 257 
Ober, Shane - Liritz, PA 
Oberlander, Joe - 57 
Ochs, Matthew - Bethlehem, PA - 35 1 
Ochs, John - 97 
O'Brien, Anthony- 87 
O'Connell, Jennifer - Westbury, NY- Civil Engineering 

& Environmental Sciences Epitome (Editor-in- 

Chiefi, Chi Om^ (Treasurer), Panhel Judicial 

Board, American Society of Civil Engineers, Lacrosse 

Team, Society of Women Engineers - 79 175 258 

259 309 331335 345 442 
O'Donnell. Craig - Erie, PA 
O'Donnell, Katherine - Lake Forest, IL - Civil 

Engineering - American Society of Civil 

Engineers (Secretary), Orchestra - 331 



O'Donnell, Kimberly- Baltimore, MD 

Odrey. Nicholas - 97 

Oelker, Abby - Hanoverton, OH 

Olesnycky, Andrew - 248 249 

OUis, Kate -175 

O'Lou^ilin, Brianne - 237 

Olson. Kadiy- 74 

Olson. Laura - 77 

O'Malle)', Shannon - Pomt Pleasant. NJ - Psychology - 

33 1' 
Onderko. Timothy - New Milford. CT - Civil 

Engineering - American Society of Civil Engineers, 

Chi Phi -195 331 392 
OreUi, Michael - 346 
Orr, Jimmy - 23 1 
Ortega, Davon - Denver, CO - Philosoph)' - Alpha 

Gamma Delta, Philosophy Club,Softball Team - 

331 
Osafo-Maafo, Kwadwo - OSU ACCRA, Ghana - 

Computer Engineering - Instimte of Elearical and 

Electronic Engineers. National Society of Black 

Engineers (Finance Chair), Tau Beta Pi, African 

Cultural Club (President) Phi Beta Delta. Phi Eta 

Sigma. STAR. Tutor - 33 1 
Osbom. Bowen - Wayzata, MN - Finance & Marketing 

- Alpha Sigma Phi (President), Golf Team 
(Captain), FinanceClub- 151 189 331 

Osman, Mostafa - Tenafly. NJ - Architecture & 

Japanese - Asian Cultural Society. Balance, Soccer 

Club, Zeta Psi -33 1405 
Osorio, Gabriel - Havenown, PA - 35 1 
Ostroski. Joshua - Hellertovm. PA - 250 
Otto, David - Drexel Hill, PA - Industrial Engineering - 

Alpha Pi Mu-331 
Otto. Jared - Brooklyn, CT 
Ono. Joseph - West Chester. PA - Chemical 

Engineering - Theta Chi (Marshal Secretary) - 229 

331 424 
Ou-Yang,H.-78 

Overberger, Ryan - Yardley. PA - 35 1 

Owens. Ardis- 351 

Oxenreider. Mel - 254 

Ozsoy. Emirhan - Bethlehem. PA 

Packard, Corey - Oakham, MA -Civil Engineenng 

- Amencan Society of Civil Engineers - 55 1 409 
Padmasankha, Bing - 125 

Padnes. Kevin- 185 213 

Pagan, Justin - Brooklyn, NY - Finance - Baseball Team 

(Captain) -331 
Palladino. Roberto - New Canaan, CT - 35 1 
Panchal, Hitesh - Cherry Hill, NJ 
Panis, Erica - 274 
Pankenier. Emma - Bethlehem. PA - Journalism - 

.Mpha Omicron Pi, Panhellenic Council. Brown and 

^lute Student Newspaper- 171 331 
Pankenier, David - 74 
Paoli, Michael -351 
Paone, Peter - Bloomfield, NJ - Chemical Engineering - 

American Instimte of Chemical Engineers, 

Interfratemity Council (Treasurer) .Phi KappaTheta, 

Fraternity Management Association (Chairman), 

Phi Sigma Kappa (Induaer Treasurer) - 331 
Papaccioli, Erika- Paiamus, NJ 
Papapietro, Elizabeth - 255 
Parent. Greg - 243 
Park. Edward - AUentown, PA - 35 1 
Park. Sin - Seoul, Korea - Business Information 

System - Asian Cultural Society, Korean Smdent 

Association - 332 
Park. Simg-Chang- Bethlehem, PA 
Park. Simg-O - Seoul. South Korea - Architecture - 

Balance. French Club - 332 
Parker. Charlotte - 35 
Parrella, Vincent - Nutley, NJ - Electrical Engineering - 

332 436 
Parson, Ingrid - 69 

Parveen, Hina - Howell. NJ - Biochemistry - American 

Chemical Society, Asian Cultural Society. National 

Society of Black Engineers, Philosophy Club - 332 
PascuaJ, PrisciUa - Livingston, NJ - Marketing - Asian 

Cultural Society. Choral Union. Marketing Club - 

332443 
Patel. Nehal - Jersey City. NJ - 35 1 
Patel, Saloncy - Aurora, IL 
Patel, Vishal - Scranton, PA - Molecular Biology - 

American Chemical Society - 332 
Patel. Ravi - 275 
Paterson. Aaron - Longmont, CO - Materials Science - 

332 403 
Paterson. Leigh - 274 
Paul. John -87 
Pazzaglia, Frank - 73 
Pearson, Rav^nond - 97 
Pearson, Richard - 45 259 
Peck, Andrew - Rhinebeck, NY - Finance - Investment 

Club -332 
Pellejero, Hugo - Bethlehem, PA 



Pellish, Charles - Pottsville, PA - 252 35 1 

Pelto, Jules - Ashby, MA 

Penterson, Jeffrey - Sutton, MA - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of MechaniL,il 
Engineers (Treasurer). Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Bci.t I 'i 
332 
Pepper, Pam - 70 

Perkins, Ryan - Bethlehem. PA - 207 
Perrelli. Marissa - Waterbury, CT - Supply Chain 

Management - Choral Union. Women in Busine 
College Republicans, Philosophy Club - 319 332 
Perry, Damion - 35 1 

Perr)', Jaime - 274 

Perry, Susan - 73 

Pessiki, Stephen - 94 

Pestritto, Matthew — Williamstown, NJ - Computer 
Engineering - Theta Delta Chi (Rush Chair, 
Recording Secretary) - 332 

Peter, Christopher - Miami. FL - 35 1 

Peters, Tom - 70 

Peterson, Kelli - 35 

Petrozelli, Man - 207 

Phan, Sarah - Philadelphia, PA - 351 

Philipotts, Bren - 227 

Phillips, Charles - 77 

Piaggesi, Elizabeth - Pittsburgh, PA - Chemistry - 

American Chemical Society (Social Chair), Dancii 
Epitome (Photo Editor). Gryphon Societ)' (Head 
Gryphon Secretary), Kappa Alpha Theta, Resldem 
Hall Association (House President) - 181 255 332 

Piazza. Margaret - Scranton - PA - Marketing - 

Accounting Club, Alpha Phi, Marketing Club - 5. 

Picarello. Emily - Lawrenceville, NJ - Accounting - 
Accounting Club - 3 1 9 332 339 400 

Piccola. Anthony - Freehold. NJ - Finance - Baseball 
Team - 332 

Pickard, Sarah - 32 

Pierson, Elizabeth - Ml. Kisco, NY - Anthropology - 
Ouang Club (Vice President) - 80 291 333 

Piecrak, Jefirey - Philadelphia, PA 

Pigliucci, Natalie - 274 

Pilarczyk, Eric - 250 

Pinckney, Meredith - Bedford Villa, NY - American 
Smdies - Choral Union, Lehigh University Choir, 
Fellows Interviewer, Tour Guide - 223 333 

Pinkos, Kim -175 

Pinshaw, Julia - 91 

Pinto, Lara - 274 

Piperato, Sarah - 52 

Piraino. Carrie - Sparta, NJ - Psychology - Alpha 
Omicron Pi (President), Lehigh University 
Choir, Panhellenic Council (Treasurer). Tour 
Guide. AdmissionsFellow- 171 307 333414 

Pirozzola, Michael - 1 36 

Pitcher, A.- 78 

Pizzollo. Jason - Bensalem, PA 

Platovskiy, Boleslav - Millbum, NJ - Computer 

En^neering - Pi Kappa Alpha (Vice President) - 3. 

Pleasant. Phil - 109 

Plebani. Louis - 97 

Plunken. Megan - 274 

Plympton, Magraret - 101 

Podolak. Nicholas - Medford. NJ - Computer 
Engineering - Pi Kappa Alpha - 333 

Poffenberger. Jarma - 274 

Poggio, Catherine - Meriden, CT - 333 

Pohorilak, Manhew - Southington, CT - Mathemaric 
Delta Sigma Phi - 201 333 Polec, Mike - 256 

Poniatowski, David - Haddon Height, NJ 

Pontius, James - 205 

Popadiuk, Geoffrey - Norfolk. VA - 35 1 

Pope, Lavar- 147 

Porawski. Alyce - Monticello, IN - Behavioral 

Neuroscience & Philosophy - Gryphon Society 
(Head Gryphon), Outdoor Track Team. Chi 
Omega (Campus Activities Direaor), Fellowship < 
ChristianAthletes-254 255 313 333 

Posada, Alexancfro - Summit, NJ - 35 1 

Ponenger, William - 98 

Powers, lohn-Camillus, NY- Finance -333 414 

Prager, Jonathan - Long Beach, CA - Computer Scicnc 

- Alpha Phi Om^ (Treasurer). Crew Team - 33': 
Prather, Elizabeth Ashley - Alleniown, PA - Psycholog 

334 
Pran, Jennifer - Royersford, PA - Mathematics - 334 
Pran, Lindsay - Greenwich, CT 
Preate. Katie - 165 
Presa. Gregorio - Miami. FL - 351 
Presa. Monica - Guatemala City, Guatemala - Financ 

- SALSA - 334 

Preslan, Annelise - Lakewood, OH - Anthropology 
& Chemical Engineering - American Instimte of 
Chemical Engineers (President). Dancin", Society 
Women Engineers, Chi Omega. Phi Beta Kappa, 
Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Order of Ome^, 
Martindale Society. Philharmonic and Chamber 
Orchestra -95 175 334 395 



»rc». Kcrsi - Baliimorc. MD 

^ricio. Antonio - 74 

^rinzivalli. Anthony - 205 

'robsi. Aaron -274 

'roaor. Amy - Concord, NH - 351 

^roiatk. Clinton - 255 275 

;>rovetiiint). John - Brtwltlyn. NY - Indastrijl 

Engineering - Institute orindiisin.il Kngincx-R - 3.M 

Wcntc. Kevin - Clutham. NJ - 201 

;'fypuinK'wicz, Megan - Huntington, NY - Behavioral 
Nainiscicntf - 334 

[^lnschkt.^ Mfg-261 

IHiicw'il. McnindtT - Statcn Island. NY - 351 

!Wichni.vky.Ceofgc-221 237 

Puzio. Mjttlicw - VC^mugc. NJ 

;^n. CliHord - 78 

^gif\ , Bnaii - Yardic)'. PA 

^nl.in. Michael - Piitsburgh. PA 

liabiniiviK, Allison - Sykcsvillc. MD - 35 1 

Rabinovitz, Michael - Sykcs\i!Ic. MD - Actouniing & 
Finance - lacrosse Team (Capatain). Student- 
Athlete Executive lioard (\'icc President). COACH 
Progn»m(Chair). FMA (Secrctar>-) - 85 1 55 334 

Rjc/, Andrew -132 275 

RadoMci. Eldar - Wj-coff. NJ - Computer En^nccring 
& C Computer Science - 334 

Raffcnv. Kelly Arnold. MD - Finance - 334 

Rahcnkanip. John - Palmyra, NJ - Chcmiitry - 
Aincriatn Chemical Society (Treasurer), Animc 
Club - 3.M 

RaheiiLuiip, K.irl ■ 412 

Rahini. Naushcena - Wliitchall, PA - Business 

intomution Systems - Psi C^hi Honor Swiety - 334 

Rahman, Nur - 275 

Rallo. Stac\' - Aurora, OH - Materials Science - 

Outdoor Track Team (Captain). Student Materials 
Society (President). Camma Phi Beta, Cross 
C«untr>- Team - 1 1 3 334 

RaIphs.Thcodon:-97- 

Ramircz. Juan - Rcgo Park, NY - Chemistry - American 
(Chemical Society - 334 

Ramirez, Dannia - 351 

Rindaztt). Tina - F-igJe\illc. PA - E,nviron mental 

Sciences - Women in Bum ncss. Environmental Club, 
Undergraduate Instruction C^mmincc - 72 334 

Rang.). Cat- 177 

Ransom, Jaru- 130 

Raphael. Cibni! - 35 

Raposj. Michael -81 

Rashkovich. Yeli/areta - Jackson Heights, NY - 
Marketmg - Alpha Phi - 334 

Ray. M.in.ish - 87 

Rcak>ld. Brent -Jim Thorpe, PA 

Read. Matthew - Yardlcy. PA - Elearical Engineering & 
Engineering Ph>-5ics institute of Elearical and 
EJearonic Engineers, ACM/LU. FOG - 335 

Rcaitlon. John - Flemington, NJ - Marketing - Ddta 
lau Delta. Track & Field (Captain) - 335 

Rfardon, Colin - 14^ 203 2.56 

Rfbcle, Enn - Toms River, NJ - Behavioral Neuroscience 
& English - Dancin" (Secretary). Gryphon Society. 
Manindalc Smdent Associate, Phi Beta Kappa, LU 
Emergency Medical Scrv)Ccs(EMD - 335 

Raxek. Mark - Ereem;uisburg. PA 

Rechlcr. Harold - Great Neck, NY - Economics - Sigma 
Alpha Mu (Social Chair). Ice HcxkeyTeam. 
Universin- C^ommincc on Discipline - 335 

Rcda. Dawn - Bethp;igc, NY - Mechanical Engineering 

- Pi Tau Sigma, S(K;iety of Women Engineers - 335 
Regan. Matthew - 2S7 

Regpn. Steven - 73 

Rcgina. Scon - 35 1 

Rbdi, Mike - 205 

Rcichard. Michelle - Phillipsburg. NJ - 35 1 

Rad, Jenmter - Bethel, CT - Psycholog)- - Cross 

Country Team. Indoor & Outdoor Track Team. Pi 

Beta Phi. Li-high Uners - 1 1 3 335 
Rdd. Rickia - Philadelphia. PA - Economics & 

International Relations, (^orai Union. Economics 

Sodet\" Intemanonal Rcbtions Club, National 
I Society of Black Engmecr.. Hall RHA - 335 383 
ReiCT, Jason - Phtxrnix. MD 
Reiff, Dana - Manalapan, NJ - Anthropolc^ & Biologj- 

- Hilld Stx.iet\-. Panhellenic Council. Pi Beta Phi 
(Rush Ch.ur & Panhdlcnic Delegate) - 183 335 

Rdly. Sara - 25S 

Ranben. Tara - Galloway, NJ - Industrial Engineering - 

Nationiil Society of Black Engineers (Secretary). 

Society of Women Engineers - 336 

! Reyes, Luis - Miami, FL - Mechanical Engineering - 
American Society of Mechaniail Engineers, French 
Qub, Pi Tau Sigma, Sodcty of Hispanic 
Professional Engineas - 336 
iRkr, Dolores -76 

Richardson. Stephen - Mechanicsburg. PA - 133 
' RJcKirdson. I"homas - Great Falls, VA - Marketing - 
[ Laaossc Team, Zcta Psi - 336 



Richter. Daniel - Durham, NC - 351 

Richicr. Jessie - 250 

Rjckman,Jcrtrcy-97 

Rides. James - 94 

Riddle. Erika - 52 

Ricgcl. Jennie - 175 

Rieland. Andrew - Pittsbixrg^. PA - Elearical 

Engintx-nng - Institute of FJearical and EJearonic 

Engintrrs. Tau Ik-u Pi - 3.36 
Riendeau. jennder - Worcester, MA - Biolog>' & 

Psychology - Alpki Omicron Pi - 336 4 1 5 44 1 
Riger. \ Lmnali - Naples, Fl . - Mechanical Engineering - 

American Society o( Medianical F-nginceis, Pi Tau 

Sigma. Tau Bcu Pi - 336 
Rilc7,Rob-4l 51 
Rinkunas, Michael - Allentown, PA - Industrial 

Engincrring - Gryphon Society. EU Paintball Qub 

(President) -255 275 336 
Rionele, Zack - 323 
I^ordan, Laura - Media, PA - Mechanical En^neering - 

American Society of Mcchanicd Engineers, Outing 

Cub. Pi Tau Sigma (Vice President). Society of 

M.muiaauring Engineers (Vice President), Tau Beta 

Pi (Secretary), Ilie NexNtnan Council. Women's 

Rugby. C^i c;)mega (House Manager) - 175 336 
Ripa. Augustine - 70 25*1 
Rip.i,C;u.s-246 
Rissdl. Thomas - Allentown. PA - Business Intormauon 

System - 336 
Rivera. Joseph - Catasauqua, PA - 3 1 5 35 1 
Rivera, Cirla - 209 
Rivers. Jacquclyn - Danon, NJ - Sociolog\7Social 

Psychology - Epitome. Public Rdations St. Society 

of America, Big Brothers/Big Si.stcrs. S.TAR, Peer 

Counselor, Black Smdent Union - 3.36 
Roach. Nicole- 165 
Robb, Elissa - Boca Raton, FL - Environmental Sdences 

-336 
Roberts, Keith - New York. NY - PoliticaJ Science - 

Brown and White Student Newspaper (Editor). 

Black Student Union - 249 336 
Rolxrns. James - 73 
Roberts. Sam - 1 97 
Robinson. Krista - Bedford, MA - Chemical Engineering 

-3.36 
Robinson. Scon - Flassmoor, IL 
Rock, Thomas - Kccseville. NY - 35 1 
Rockoff, Benjamin- Hingham. MA - Financ-c - Hilld 

Society, Lacrosse, Finance Club - 336 
Rockwell. Donald - 97 
Rodgers. Kim - Shon Hills, NJ - Psychology - Gryphon 

Sodet)-. F.O.RW.A.R.D. -336 
Roditi, Rob)Ti - Tenafly. NJ - 351 
Rodriguez, Fernando - Bethlehem, PA - Economia - 

Volkyball Club. World .\ffiurs Club - 337 
Rodriguez, Ricardo- Miami, FL 
Rogers. Brandon - 189 
Rogers. Stephanie - 1 1 6 
Rohm. Adam - 227 

Rohn. Roben - Nazareth, PA - 1 36 1 37 35 1 
Rohn, Tommy- 21 136 
Roman. Nano' - Brooklyn, NY - Accounting - 

Accounting Club, Beta Alpha Psi, Outing Club - 

337 393 
Romano, Gregory - Aaon, MA - 351 
Romanow, Daniel - New Haven, CT - Finance - Kappa 

Sigma, Ice Hockey (Assistant Captain) - 207 337 

439 
Rominger, Erik - Elmira, NY 
Rongo. Cat - 177 

Roquc, Christine- Harrington. NJ - 351 
Rosamilia. Eugene - East Hanover, NJ - Civil 

Engincenng - Track & Fidd (Captain) - 337 396 
Rose. Casey - 209 

Roseman, jared - Brooklyn. NY - 245 351 
Rosen. Danielle - Purchase, NY - Political Sdencc - 

Alpha Phi -173 337 
Rosenben>'. Amber - Bcavenon, OR - Civil Engineering 

- International Careers, American Sodety oi Civil 
Engineers (Treasurer). Alpha Phi Omega. Equestiain 
Qub. Sodety of Women Engineers. Alpha Gamma 
Ddta (Activities Chair). World .Affain Club (\'icc 
President). C'hccricading Team, Women in Business 

- 337 
Rosenbloom. Andy - 261 

Roscnblum, F-rica - Brooklyn, NY - Marketing - Alpha 
CJiiOmegp- 167 337 392 

Rosenblum,Jeff- 189 

Rosener. Tcri - 17S 

Rosenfdd. Matthew - Hcwlen, N\' - Computer 
F_ngincering - Sigma Alpha Mu - 386 337 

Rosen wcin, Roben- 81 

Roslow. Amy - Merrick, NY -Journalism - Alpha Chi 
Omega (Assistant Communicarions Warden), 'I"he 
Brown and White Student Newspaper (Senior 
LifestyHe Editor). Rho Chi - 1 67 ^^7 405 

Ross. Damian - Fairfex, VA - 351 



Rdss. Lauren - Huntington. NY - Industrial Engineering 
-Alpha Pi Mu (Treasurer). Institute of Itidustrial 

Engineers nVcasurer). ICippa Alpha '["hcu (Vice 

President Administration Sdiolarship < -hair 
Technology Chair) - 181 337 
Ross, Jay -29 
Ross, Nancy - 74 
Rassctter. Claire - 28 1 
Rotantc, Brian - 255 
Roth. Kelly - South Salem. NY - Accouiiiing - Alpha 

Omicron Pi - 337 
Roth. Michelle - New York. NY - Psychologj- 
Rodi. Shea-M.vie - Fla/Jct, NJ - Accounting & 'ITicatrc 

-Accounting Club, Women in Busincss.Cheerleading 

Team, Orientation Planning Committee - 337 
Rodi. Michelle - 337 404 407 
Rother. Slam - Philaddphia. PA 
Rothman. Joshua - Towaco, NJ - Business Information 

System - Tennis Tcam.Tockwando, Apprentice 

Teadiing-337 413 
Rothstein, Andrew- 205 
Roiondi. Paul - South Orange, NJ - Finance - Ddu 

Signu Phi (President), Lehigh University. Ja:n 

and Wind Ensemble - 20 1 337 
Rounds, Derek - Concord, NH - Finance - Sig^na Alpha 

Mu - 337 
Row, Sieve- 319 

Rowbonom, Steven - Sewell, NJ - 35 1 
Rubow. Susan - Harmingion, CT - 255 351 
Ruby. Staccy - 275 
Rudnicki.Jermifer- Cranston, Ri - Industrial 

Engineering - Society ofWomen Engincx-rs 

(President) -.^35 338 
Russell. Adrienne - Toms River, NJ - 351 
Rusu, Gabriel - Baldwin. NY - Biology & Journalism/ 

Science Writing - Lehigh University, Orchestra. 

Wind Ensemble - 338 
Rutherford. Margirct - Ware. MA - International 

Rdarions & Political Science, Gamma Beta Phi, 

World .\ffairs Club (President) - 47 338 
Ryan, jessaiynn - 275 
Rj-an, Natalie - 177 
S. Top. Stametz - 70 
Sabbatino. Craig - Glen He.id, NY - Marketing - French 

Club. Lehigh Univcrsit>- Choir, WLVR EM. Varsity 

Crew Team, Amanuith (Editor) - 338 
Sabella, Mark - Upper Saddle Ri. NJ - Civil Engineering 

~ Chi Phi (Pledge Educator) - 236 
Saeger, James- 77 

Saggese. Elizabeth - Greenwich, CT 
Saito. Yoshitaka - Hamagata-Ken. Japan - Architecture 

& Economics - 338 
Sakamoto. Tae - Bethlehem. PA - 351 
Sa]emi,Paul-70 7I 
Saliq. Ahmad - Whitehall. PA - 35 1 
Salmon. Cicero - Bronx, ^IY 
Salner. Man- 256 
Salvaterra.Man-39108 109 
Samar. John - Malvern. PA - Mechanical Eng^ieering - 

Soccer Club -338 
Sametz, Steven - 243 
Samson, Rachd - 1 44 
Samud, Aaron - Bamscville, OH 
Samuels, Jeff- 143 
Sands, Jeffrey - 73 
SanFilippo, Lindsay - 1 53 
Santaaoce.Jeff- 108 

Santamaria, Adriana - Newtown, PA - Sodology - 338 
Santamaria. Gabrida - Newtown, PA - Biolt^ - Sodety 

of Hispanic Professional F.n^ncers - 338 
Santoro. Michael - 84 
Sapm, Nitin- 435 
Sargent, Kristin - Altamont. NY ■ En^ish & 

Mathemaocs - Best Buddies, Outing Club, Scabbard 

and Blade, Women's Rugby, Student Ambassador. 

Martindalc Scholar, Army ROTC - 75 338 383 
Sarin, Jaya - 35 1 
Sarkaria, Ajay - 217 
Sattin. Joshua - Biooklinc. MA - Electrical Engineering 

-Chi Phi -195 338 
Sause, Richard - 94 
Savovic Zo - 255 
Sawicki. Gregory - Saanton. PA - Accoimring - 

Accounting Qub - 338 
Sawyers, Kenneth - % 97 
Scaperotto, iTiomas - Ridley Park, PA - Materials 

Sdence - Lambda Chi Alpha - 338 
Schacfer. Michad - 25" 277 
Schaffcr. Justin - Northampton, PA 
Schafrick. Ingrid - Bcthldicm,PA - Industrial Engineering 

- Alpha Pi Mu. Pi Beta Phi (Tteasuirr). Tau Beta Pi. 
Gymnastics Qub, Running Qub - 35 1 
Schaible, Tom - 261 
Schall. Danon - Northampton, PA 
Schartd. Kate - 175 
Schau, Jen - 275 
Schechter. Lre - Mariboro. NJ - 35 1 



Schcerer, Patrick - Hagcrsiown, MD - Mechanical 

En^ncering -I*i Tau Sigma, Rugby Qub. SAE - 338 
SdicndcHein, Katherine- Louisville. CO - Gvil 

Engineering &C Environmental Sciences - Alpha 
Gamma Ddu (President). American Sodcty of Gvil 
En^nccrs (Treasurer), Panhellenic Coimdl 
(President), Tour Guide. Student Ambassador, 
Orientation Leader. Women's Ru^y (Captain) - 
335 338 
Sthiavone, Derek - Nazareth. PA - 234 
.Schimmd, Jcssi - 249 
Schmidt, Matthew - Ixcsport, PA - 261 
Schmidt, I*atrick - 275 
Schiiaars, C^ris - 209 
Schnall. Ryan - Washington Tw, NJ - Finance - 

Lambda Chi Alpha (Secretary) - 338 
Schneck. Ryan - Kuiaown, PA - 351 
Schndder, Brian - Malvern, PA - Computer Science - 

Thcu Ddta Chi -231 339 
Schndder, Jessica - 274 
Schndder.JiU-73 
Schockcr, Jessy - 280 
Schocnbctg, Jeffrey - Chappaqua. NY - Biokigy & 

Prcdental Sdencc - Ski Qub - 339 
Schocnwolf, John - 254 
Schoepe. Kaidin - 177 
.Schofidd. Taylor -254 255 

SchoU, Roben - Gillette, NJ - Computer Sdence - Delta 
Tau Ddta (Vice President). LU Senate - 203 236 
339347 
Schray. Kdth - 72 

Schuh, Natasha - Sanford, FL - Mokrulai Biology' - 339 
Schulhof. Ronald - 203 257 
Schulte, Michad -98 
Schultz. Valerie - "WTiitehall. PA 
Schumakcr, Rob - 205 
Schuman. Todd - Dalton. PA 
Schuman. Richard - 185 
Schuster. Sally - Bethlehem. PA 
Schuster. P.iul- 199 

Schwamb, Laura - Due Hills. NY - Behavioral 
Ncurosdence - Residence Hall Assodation 
(Richards House Council Secretary & Campus 
Programming Direaor & Trcmblcy House Council 
President) -301 339 384 
Schwartz, Jacob - Elkins Park, PA - Finance - Chi Phi. 
Brown and White Student Newspaper (Business 
Manager) -195 327 339 
Schwartz, Jonathan - Auburn, PA - Finance - Thcta 

Ddta Chi -339 
Schwartz, Nicole - Linwtxxl, NJ - Finance - Alf^ Phi 
(Communit)- Scr\'ice Chair), Women in 
Business, TALQ.. Pour Guide - 339 
Schwarz, Jesse - 189 
Sdalabba. Joseph - Nanuct. NY - 35 1 
Sdafani.Joe- 234 

Scotch, Michad - Burtonsvillc MD 
Scott, William - 77 
Scon, Andrea - 144 
ScoviU, Dan - 250 
Seal. San joy -351 
Sebok,Jay-249 
Seckinger, Shannon - 1 27 
Sdd,Tudt-193 
SdfiOT, Megharm - Nanuct. NY - Psytiiolc^- - Pi 

Beta Phi - 339 
SdboJiU-91 

Semtner, John - Oklahoma City, OK - Mechanical 
Engineering - American Sodety of Mechanical 
Engineers. Pi Tau Sigma. Tau Beta Pi. Sodcty of 
Automotive Enpnccrs (Team Captain) - 339 
Sentko, Mike - 254 
Scrsch. Brad -108 236 
Scrvas, David - 35 1 
Scth,Rishi- Tulsa, OK -351 

Scymen, Mehmet - BcdJchcm. PA - Marketing - 340 
Shade, William - 77 

Shafiw. Bryan - East Pctosburg, PA - 351 
Shaffer. Rusd - 78 

Shamrow. Alisa - RK-er Vale. N] - Finance - In\rstmcnt 
Qub, Council of House Presidents. SiiKkaii 
Ambassador. Peer Educator - 297 3 1 5 340 
Shanner. Jcs - 1 77 

Shanrwn. Katherine - Stoystown. PA - Chemical 
Engineering - .American Iruritute of Chemical 
Engineers (X'icc Presklcni Secretary), Phi Omega 
(\^HX President). Dancin'. Soccer Qub. Tau Beta Pi, 
Sbvic Honor Sodcty, Phi Ea Sigma. National 
Society of Collegiate Scholars, Fdlow^ip of 
Chrisrian Athletes - 175 340 
Shapiro. Andrew - 142 143 
Shapiro, Edward - 90 
Shapiro, Ta\^or - 161 

Sharenko. Julie - Ganscvoon. NY - Computer 
Er^inecring-Tau Beta Pi - 340 390 



T Index 



'U453 



\nthony- Schuikj-U Haven, PA- Chemical 
Engineering - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, Wrestling Team. 
FelloiA'ship of Christian Athletes. Chess Club. Phi 
Eta Sigma - 340 
Shaw, Justin - East Rockaway, NY - Architecture 

- Balance Phi Gamma Delta - 340 

Sheaffer, Rachael - Mechanicsburg, PA- Ps>'chology - 

Field Hocke>' Team. COACH. Program - 340 
Sheaiy - Tinsle>', Casey - Worcester, MA 
Shell. Beau- 187 
Shemwell, Carolyn- Akron, OH - Spanish & Theatre - 

Education- STAR Academy, Tutor, Admissions 

Fellow, Musrard and Cheese, Drama Society 

(Treasurer) - 246 340 
Shcn, Hui-Ting - Bedilchem, PA- 351 
Shenker. Barry - Wa^Tie. NJ - 1 84 1 85 203 236 35 1 
Shepherd-Stewan, Sarah - 'OC'arrington, PA - Urban 

Studies - Universit)- Productions (Co-Chair), Lehigh 

Christian Fellowship 
Sherer. Susan - 84 
Sheridan, Maureen - 165 
Sherrick, Aaron - Hummelstown, PA - Computer 

Engineering - Cycling Club(Trcasurer) - 340 
Shemff, Bt^ndan -250 
Shem'. Rosie - 1 56 
Shields. Issabella- Houston. TX-Joumalism & Theatre 

- Alpha Gamma Delta, Gryphon Society. WLVR 
FM. Mustard & Cheese, Drama Society - 340 

Shields. J.T. -Greenwich, CT- Finance & Marketing - 

Phi Gamma Delta, Soccer Club - 213 340 397 
Shindle. Michael - Moorestown. NJ 
Shirk, Zachary - Verona. ^X^ - ArchJtecnire - Sigma Chi, 

Varsity Baseball - 223 340 
Shook. Dave - 143 
Shoquist, Krista - 274 
Showstead, Kim - 177 
Shube, Danielle - Commack, NY - History - Histor)' 

Club (President), Phi Alpha Theta (President) - 340 
Shukla. Manan - 229 
ShiJer. Keith - Columbia. NJ 
Shuler. Lori - Rochester. NY - 275 
Shupe. Jason - Hunt, 7^ - 35 1 
Shupp, Krisr.' - Nazareth PA - Marketing - Kappa 

Alpha Theta, STAR Academy- 340 Sidman, 

Amanda- 165 
Siedlecki. Jason - West Islip, NY - Accounting - 

Accounting Club - Pi Kappa Alpha (Vice President 

Secretary). Club Ice Hockey - 341 
Silebi. Cesar - 94 
Silver. Benjamin - White Plains, NY - Finance - Chi Phi 

-195 341387 
Silver, Dan -195 
Silverbei^. Jill - Chevy Chase, MD - Journalism - Alpha 

Omicron Pi, Public Relations St. Society of America 

-171323 341 
Silverio, Tracey - Houston. TX - Marketing - Alpha 

Chi Omega, MarketingClub - 341 
Silverman. Suzanne - Dix Hills, NY - Premedical Science 

&c Religion Smdies - Alpha Chi Om^ - 34 1 
Silverman, Greg- 252 
Silverman, Jonathan - 1 85 
Silversmith, Jennifer - 35 
Silvetti. Rico - Wapwallopen, PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - 34 1 
Simboli. Brian - 37 
Simkhovich, Leonid - WOloughby Hill, OH - 

Marketing - HUlel Society, Marketing Club, 

Tockwando. Tennis Club - 341 
Simmons, Gary - 73 
Simmons, Tammie - 84 
Simon, Roger - 77 
Simon, Neal - 73 
Simonini. Jon -203 
Simons, Gerrae - 255 
Simpson, Taylor - Diinwoody, GA 
Simpson, Brian - 201 245 
Sinclair. Eric - 274 
Sinclair, Kenneth - 87 
Sine, Nadine - 70 
Singh. Amardeep - 74 
Singleton, Jeannene - 1 20 
Sinha. Raina - Franklin Park. NJ - 351 
Sinneck, M^ - 261 
Sircar, Sanjoy - Wescosvillc. PA - Chemical En^neering 

- American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Tau 

BetaPi, German Club(Treasurer) - 341 
Sisselman, David - 249 
Skeans, Tom - Allentown, PA 
Skeie, Dave-2i3 
Skibbens. Robert - 73 
Sln\-in. Jiil - Roslyn Heists, NY - Biology - Delta 

iamma (Director of Ritual Activities), Hillel Society 
V2 Wj 



~"'A 



Slaw, Erica - Exton. PA - -Architecture - 342 
Slemenda. Maureen - Beaver. PA- Accounting- 342 
Sluka. Justin - Kinnelon, NJ - Economics - Economics 

Society. Earth Day Committee, Universitj- 

Producrions(Co-Chair Music Comminee) -342 396 
Smeaton. John - 103 
Smelko. Adrianne - Punxsutawney. PA 
Smith. Anthony - Landenburg, PA 
Smith, Elizabeth ~ York, PA - 35 1 
Smith. Geoffre)' - Clifton Park, NY - Finance - Alpha 

Chi Rho. Ski Team (Vice President) - 250 342 
Smith. Jeremy - Harrisbui^. PA - 253 
Smidi. Kelly - WdliamsviUe, NY - 1 77 
Smith, Michael - Moscow, PA 
Smith, Travis - Hershey, PA - History - Varsity Soccer - 

114115 342 
Smith, Bryan - 236 
Smith, Charles - 97 
Smidi, Ed - 275 
Smith, John - 77 
Smith, Maigo - 177 
Smolansky, Oles - 77 
Smoroda, Eli - 205 
Smyth, M^han - Phoenix, MD - Mechanical 

Engineering - Alpha Gamma Delta American 

Society of Mechanical Engineers. Society of Women 

Engineers -99 342 407 
Snaguslo,', Jason - Clifton. NJ - Finance - Marketing - 

Investment Club (President), Marketing Club, 

Theta Delta Chi (Program Chair, Corresponding 

Secretary Rush Chair) , WLVR FM - 23 1 342 4 1 9 
Snyder, Josh - New Troipoli. PA- 108 109 351 
Snyder, Melissa - Reading, PA - Mathematics - 342 
Snyder. Allison - 177 
Snyder, Leslie - 177 
Sobell. Kirk - 56 275 
Sobell, Shayne - 244 
Soden, Penny - Brooklyn, NY - Accounting - 

Accounting Club, Choral Union, Hillel Society, 

Outing Club, Women in Business - 385 
Soderiund. Jean - 77 
Som, Kaushik ~ Bedilehem. PA - 351 
Somerman, Peter - Laftyette Hili. PA -Accounting - 

Accounting Clubln vestment Club. Brown and 

White Smdent Paper (Business Manager) - 342 
Somers, Meredith - 274 
Sorensen, Robert - 94 
Sosna, David - Miami, FL - Computer Engineering - 

342 
Soumelidis, Nicholaos - Norwalk, CT - Computer 

Engineering - 342 
Spangenberg, Jared - Quakenown, PA 
Spedaliere, Mark- North Bergen, NJ - 351 
Sperling, Leslie - 94 
Sperling. Natalie - 1 77 
Spoenlein, Seth - New Port Richey, FL - Computer 

Engineering - Insrimte of Elearical and Elearonic 

Engineers, Theta Delta Chi (Sergeant-at- Arms) - 342 
Spokane, Arnold - 90 
Sporn, Adam - Englishtown, NJ - Finance - Marketing 

Investment Club, Kappa Alpha (Vice President) - 

254 342 
Srahrr. John - 70 

Stamidis. Anastasios - Baltimore, MD 
Stancampiano, Michael - Millburn. NJ - Accounting - 

Accoimdng Club. Investment Club - 301 343 
Stancu. Jack}'- 177 
Stanford. Jason - Bethlehem, PA 
Stanislawski, Martin - Philadelphia, PA - Computer 

Engineering - 343 433 
Staniunas. Lauren - 256 274 
Stanley. Brad - 236 
Stanton, Chris - 223 
Stanton, Erin - 274 
Stavola, Michael - 78 
Stear, Bryan - Erie, PA 
Steczkowski, Thomas - Trumbull. CT - Finance - 

Theta Xi- 343 41 5 
Steedle. Ryan - Linwood, NJ - Mechanical Engineering 

- American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Ski 

Team - 343 
Steele, Tom - 249 
Steele, Vivien - 74 
Steffbn,Uoyd-81 
St^marm, Vera - 74 
Stein, Courtney - Trumbull, CT - Psychology - Alpha 

Phi (Social Chair), 173 235 343 417 
Steinberg. Gregory - 35 1 
Steinberg. Jeff -236 
Steinitz, Jessica - Ambler. PA - 35 1 
Stenger. Harvey - 94 
Stengle. Gilbert - 78 
Stensrud, Megan - Englewood Cli, NJ - Marketing - 

Alpha Chi Omega (House Manager). Marketing 

Club, Women in Business - 343 433 
Stephanak, JC - 236 
Stephenson, Melanie - Maple Glen. PA - 



Biology- 321 343 
Sternberg, Alison - 256 
Sterrett, Stephanie - Coopersbuig. PA 
Stevens. John - 84 
Stewart, Robert - Waccabuc, NY - Management - Chi 

Phi (Steward) -195 343 
Stewan. Matt - 275 
Stewart, Sarah - 340 
Stewart-Gambino. Hannah - 69 77 
Stiles. Katie - 275 
Storer, Robert - 97 

Stout, Warren - Corsica, PA - 136 137 351 
Stranon, Dermot - Cheshire, CT - 35 1 
Strickler. Amanda - Short Hills, NJ - Supply Chain 

Management, Lacrosse, Outing Club, Brown and 

White Student Newspaper( Photography Editor) - 

343 420 
Strobel, Greg- 137 
Strohm. Kristin - Sellersville. PA - Finance - Lacrosse 

Team (Captain), Gamma Phi Beta (New Member 

Educator)- 156 157 343 
Stuart, Mario- 136 137 
Suchow. Danielle - 274 

Sugarman, Jesse -West Hartford, CT- 351 413 
Sullivan, Kevin - 193 
Sulzbach, Robert - West MiMbrd, NJ - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Theta Delta Chi - 23 1 343 4 1 3 
Summers. Kimberly - Brightwaterri. NY - Marketing - 

Alpha Chi Omega. BestBuddies, Marketing Club, 

Outing Club. Senior Qass Gift Campaign - 76 1 67 

343 384 
Suna, Rachel - 76 

Suozzi, Michael - WoodcUff Lake, NJ -351 

Super, Maiy - Omaha, NE 

Sushner. Michelle - 259 

Swarm, Jennifer - 73 

Swanson, Jamie - 181 

Swormstedt, Hank - 213 237 

Syfu, Jonathan - Hobart, IN - Computer Engineering - 

Insrimte of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 

Them Delta Chi (Social Chair) - 231 343 
Sykora, Karen - Allentown. PA - 35 1 
Sv-mia. Antonina - Easton, PA - Accounting - 

Marketing - Accounting Club, Gamma Beta Phi. 

Panhellenic Council (Vice President of Finance) - 

343 
Syracuse. Jeffrey - Middletown. NJ - Classics Philosophy 

- Philosophy Club (President Treasurer) - 343 
Szczepanski. Susan - 78 

Szewczak, Stephen - Phoenixville. PA - Civil Engineering 

- American Societ)' of Civil Engineers. Chi Epsilon, 
Marching Band, Pep Band. Tau Beta Pi - 343 

Szostek, Jason - Rehoboth, MA - Mechanical 

Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers -344 408 
Ta^^n, Bruce- 103 
Tamhankar, Kedar - Demarest. NJ - 35 1 
Tancona. Dave - 229 
Tang, Greta - Coraopolis. PA - 35 1 
Tannenbaum. Nicola - 81 
Tapyrik, Daniel - Aliquippa. PA - Computer 

Engineering - Gryphon Society Crew Team, 

Cycling Club -344 
Taraborelli.Rob-199 
Tate, Tyler - 243 
Taubman. Scott - 255 
Taylor. GwendoK-n - New Albany. PA - Behavioral 

Neuroscience & English - Choral Union 

Martindale Scholars, College Scholars, Lehigh 

University Women's Club - 344 
Taylor, Jesse - Kittery Point, ME - 35 1 
Taylor, Justin - Lavale. MD - 351 
Taylor, Lucas - Allenwood. PA - 35 1 
Taylor. Morris - Somers Point, NJ - 109 
Taylor. Scott - Newton, MA - 1 29 35 1 
Taylor, Larry - 87 
Teasley. Theresa - 237 255 275 
Tedd. Eric -213 

Teicli, Hayley - East Walpole, MA - 243 
TeHecki. Jessica- 152 

Testa, Matthew - Broomall. PA - Architecture Lacrosse 
Team, Theta Xi- 41 1344 
Tetro, Laura- 351 
Tliammongkol, Suvit - 351 
Thein-Wai, Jillian - Downers Grove, IL - Marketing - 

Student Athlete Executive Board & Coimcil 

(President Secretary), volleyball (Captain). 

COACH. Program, Council of Presidents- 120 

344 401 

Thibcaulr. Danielle - Hanover. MA - Sociology/Social 
Psychology - Delta Gamma.Golf Club(Treasurer 
Vice President). Golf Team (Captain) - 344 386 

Thode, Stephen - 84 

Thoman, Chad - Seven Valleys. PA - Electrical 

Engineering - Varsity Baseball (Co-Captain) - 344 

Thomas. Alissa - Bethlehem, PA - Chemical 



Engineering - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers (Treasurer, Social Chair). Dancing, ( I 
Omega (President Treasurer) .Executive Tour ' lu 
Phi Eta Sigma Order ol Om^ National Socicr\ 
Collegiate Scholars, Tau Beta Pi - 1 75 344 

Thomas, Bridgid - Pensacola Bch. FL - Biology - < [. . 
Country Team, Track and Field - 1 1 3 344 

Thompson. Holly - Auburn, CA - 275 

Thompson, Leigh - 175 

Thomson. Heather - Long Valle)', NJ - 45 57 252 

Thornton, Robert - 87 

Tierne\-. Anne- 130 131 

Timko. Brian - Larksville, PA - Chemistry - ChcniK. 
Engineering American Chemical Society AmcrK. 
Institute of Chemical Engineers, Tau Beta Pi 
(Initiation Coordinator). Alpha Chi Sigma 
(Vice MastetAlchemist). Phi Beta Delta - 34h v 

Timko. John - 236 

Tindall, Cynthia - Vincentown, NJ - Economics - 
Mathematics - Field Hocke)' Team (Captain), 
Smdent Athletic Leadership Executive Board 
(Secretar.'), Smdenr Athletic Council - 118 119 3| 

Tinsley, Casey - Worcester, MA - Accounting - Psi 
UpsiIon-344399 351 

Tober, Jason - Oakland, NJ - Elearical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Epsilon - 227 344 

Todeschini, Knsten - 351 

Tonka)', Gregory - 97 

Tonks, Thalassa - Bethlehem . PA - 35 1 

Toomey. Neal - 351 

Topps, Kevin - Washington vi I. NY - Mechamcal 

Engineering - Cross Country Team,Outdoor Tra 
Team -344 

Torcasi, David - 205 

Towne, Jake - Nazareth, PA - Chemical Engineerii^ 
Theta Delta Chi - 344 

Townsend, Scott - Hudson. NH - Economics - 

Economics Society, Phi Delta Theta. Phi Gamma 
Delta -45 309 345 383 

Trabanino. Lila - Lomas De Altamira, San Salvador 
Civil Engineering -American Society of Civil 
Engineers (Social Direaor). Intemarional 
Club (Treasurer), SALSA (Secretary) - 345 

Trachtenberg, Ross - Gulph Mills, PA - 351 

Traore. Yacouba - 275 

Tredway, Tom - Fairview, PA- 351 

Trela. Andrzej - Princeton. NJ- 35 1 

Trenge. Jon - 1 36 1 37 

Trenkle. Jonathan - Severna Park, MD-414 351 

Tretina, Chris - 275 

Trexler. Kathleen - 83 

Triglia. Anthony -Norristown. PA- 351 

Trimble. Watly - 74 

Trindade, Arvind - Princeton Ja. NJ -255 351 

Troccoli, Marias - Hedgesville, WV - Hectrical 

Engineenng - Insrimte of Electrical and Electronic 
Engineers, Soccer Club, Tau Beta Pi. Tennis Qut 
(Treasurer) - 345 

Trocki-Videll, Mikhael - Mai^te, NJ - Art - Alpha T 
Omega-345 430 431 432 

Troy. Tara - Shelton. CT - 35 1 

Trumbore. Shelley - 1 18 

Tnixel, Andrew - Warren, NJ 

Tsai, Lisa - Willow Grove. PA - 1 8 1 35 1 

Tucker. Kimbedy - Chatham, NJ - Mechanical 
Engineering - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers (Vice President), LU Senate (Assignma 
& Recogmtion Chair). Soccer Club. Lehigh Crew 
Club(Captain) . Class of 2002 (Vice Pr^ident) - 2 
303 345 

Tucker, Tashieka - Mount Vemon. NY - Economics 
Economics Society (Secretary), Investment Qub, 
Women in Business - 345 

Turner. Brian - Pound Ridge. NY- Philosophy -The 
Chi -345 

Turner. Matt - 274 

Tursick, Laura - Teaneck, NJ - Marketing - Epitome, 
Marketing Club. Outing Club, Senior Qass Gift 
Campaign (Publicity). September 1 1 Scholarship 
Fund Officer -345 388 

Tuskes. Michael - Easton, PA - Finance - 345 

Tuthill. Rebekah - Oakland. MD 

Twist, Trevor - Cockeysville, MD 

Tyler. Ehzabeth - Sedaha, CO - Gvil Engineering- 
Outing Qub -345 

Tzeng, Kenneth - 98 

Upton, Rob - 255 

Ursic, Bryan - Newtown. PA - Industrial Engineering 
Insrimte of Industrial Engineers (Vice President 
Programming), Society of Manuiacturing 
Engineers, Senior Class Council (Secretary) - 257 
345 

Ushler, Matthew - Hatfield, PA - 35 1 

Ussier. Christine - 70 

Utreras, Martin - URB Las Bromelias, Quito -Econmr 
& Music - Economics Societ)'. SALSA. Phi Sigrr 
Pi (Treasurer) - 345 



Uva. Liza -Sumford. CY - Architcaiirc - English - 
Balance. SRCC: - 346 

Vail. Heather - Mountain Lake. NJ - Histor)' - Gamma 
Beta Phi - 346 

Van Den I-lssen. Diana- King? Park. NY- Finance- 
Information Sy^lcm^ - Socict)' of Hispanic 
Protoiional blnginccrs (President. Secretary') 

Van Embdcn. Lauren - Millvillc, NJ - Management - 
Theatre -(iryphon Stxictv', Hillel Society, l-chigh 
Univ Choir. Philosophy C )lub, Mustard and Cheese, 
Drama Society (Historian), Bowling ( !lub( Secretary) 

Vanco. Laura - Monmouth June, NJ - Accounting - 
Accounting C-lub, Dancin". Pi Beta Phi (Vice 
President) Univcrsit)' Produaions. Women in 
Business. Dance Team - 1 83 236 327 346 402 

VanDivcr, Br>cc - i-dcn Prairie. MN 

VanHixscn, Ijurcn - 274 

Vantcrpool. Joy - 254 

VasconccUos, Tiago - Bethlehem. PA 

Vasconccllos, Cicraldo - 84 

VassJiiev. Vadim - Bethlehem. PA 

Vazquez, Todd - Vernon, NJ - Chemical En^nccring- 
American Imiiiuie of Chemical Engineers. Theta 
Delta Chi (Social Chair. Pledge Educator) - 231 
346 

Venkaiaraman, Ramaminham - 78 

Venn. Paul - Merrick. NY - Finance - Theta Xi - 346 

Verbal is, Susan - 79 

Vej-ds-a. Katliryn - 183 

Via.'.i. Daniel - Pnnceion. NJ - 205 351 

Vtelc. Melissa - West Harrison. NY - Finance - Alpha 
Chi Omega (Steward), Swimming Team. Student 
Athletic Council - 1 37 346 

Vielc. Ijurcn - 417 

Vikloss. Kevin - 29 

Vincent, Francis - 347 

Vina. James - 351 

Vinci. Rich.itxl - 97 

Viscardi. Anthony - 70 

Visco. Robcn - liethlehem. PA - 35 1 

Viialc, Christopher - l^e Monticcllo. VA - Marketing 

- Wrestling Team (Tri-Captain Division 1 All- 
Amcrican)-136137 346 

VcHuvrn- Bethlehem. PA - 351 

Volk, Jordan - Matawan. NJ - Mechanical Engineering 

- Amcncan Society of Mechanical En^eer^, Pi Tau 
Sigma - 346 397 

Volmar. Martinc - Queens Villagp. NY - Economics - 

International Rcladons Choral Union, LU Senate. 

World Affein Oub - 346 
Volniro, Joseph - 35 1 
Von Orclli. Michael - Zunch. Switzerland - Finance - 

Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Beta Delta. President's 

Scholar. German Club(Trcasurcr) 
Vo>-chick. Kasia - 261 
Wachs, David - Bridgcwater. NJ - Business 

Information S.vstcm - Chi Phi. BIS Qub - 195 346 
Wagh. Mcghanad - 98 
Wahiia. Kevin - Endwell. NY - Electrical En^neering - 

Tau Beta Pi. Phi Eta Sigma, Cycling Club 

Inter Varsir,-, Christian Fellowship (Vice President) 

- 295 346 
Waldeier. Paul - 223 
Waldron, Sarah - 274 

Walker. Bnan - Hamilton. NJ - 351 

Walker. John - Hackcttstown, NJ - Industrial 

Engineering - Chi Phi (President, Social Chair, 

Rush Ciiair). Insritute of Industrial Engineers, 

Rugby Club - 346 
Wallace. Mc^an - 165 
Walk, DanieUc - Wcstboro. MA 
Walmsic)', John - Dcn\rr. PA - Accounting - 

Accounting Qub. Pi Kappa Alpha, Soccer Team 

-347 
Walsh. Jennifer- Babylon. NY - 35 1 
Walsh. William - Burke. VA - 255 351 
WaLsh. EJ - 245 
Walsh. Ttm- 189 
Walters. Janet -77 
Walts. Lisa - Guildcrland, NY - Behavioral Neuroscicnce 

- Residence Hall Association, Scabbard and Blade 
(Secrctar,-), R.O.T.C -347 

Ward. Kim -177 

Wardlow. Kevin - West Chester. PA 

Wair. Vassic - 73 

Wailidd, VCilliam - 70 

Warmbold. Kimbcrly - Miami. FL - 35 1 

Warner, Jennifer - Engle\\'Ood, CO - Biochemical 

Engineering - Outdoor Track Team. Varsity Track 
& Field. Pi Beta Phi {Standanls Boaid Chair), Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Socict)' of Women Engineers - 347 

Wanen, Michad - ^'cstfield. NJ - Economics - Political 
Science - LU Senate. Martindalc Sodct)'. Lehigh 
Emcrgcnc>' Team (President) - 329 347 423 

Warrick. Amanda - 1 27 

Washington, .^nrn - 275 

Washman. Nathanac! - 255 



Wasilak, Scon - Washington, NJ - Marketing - Supply 

Chain Management - 347 
Wasscrman. Sara - 254 
Watkins, George - 78 
Watkins. Todd - 87 
Watts. Jaiicl ■ St. Mountain. GA - Marixdng - Genesis, 

Gospel Choir (President) - 347 
Watts, Steven - Bethlehem, PA 
Wayne, Kirsien - Hamburg, NY - FJearical 

Engineering - Crew Club - 347 
Weathcrsby. Geoffrey - Skillman. NJ - Economics - 

Marketing - Ski Team - 347 348 409 
Weaver. Justin - Center Valley. PA - Marketing - ice 

Hockey -348 409 
Weaver. Eudora - 247 
Weaver, Samuel - 84 
Weber. Scon - Ann Arbor. Ml - Computer Engineering 

- Insritutc of Elearical and Elearonic Engineers 
(President) - 348 

Weincr, Courtney - Wilmington, DE - Marketing - 
Alpha Cimma Delta (Publishing Coordinator), 
Marketing Club (Vice President). Phi Beta 
Delta (Student Vice President), Phi Eta Sigma 
(President) -85 169 321 348 

Wciner, Jeffrey -Merrick, NY -Finance- Alpha 
Sigma Phi - 348 

Weitistcin. Adam - 274 

Weinstcin, l^urcn - 250 

Weinstock. Bari - Manalapan, NJ - Marketing - Alpha 
Chi Omega. Hillel Society (Vice President), 
Marketing Club (Vice President), Phi Eta Sigma, 
Phi Hera Delta. I-ambda Mu Sigma. Jr. STAR 
Volunteer, Dcan'sScholar- 167 348 429 

Weintraub. Steven - 78 

Weisman. Richard - 93 94 95 

Weiss, Stephen - Clarks Summit, PA - Accounting - 
Finance - Accoimting Club, Alpha Chi Rho, 
Investment Club - 348 

Weiss, Dave - 275 

Weiss, Roslyn - 78 

Weissler,L-8I 

Wells, Christopher - New Canaan. CT - Architecture - 
348 389 

Wells, Kdi- 351 

^^en. Counney - Rockville Cen. NY - Finance - 
Alpha Omicron Pi (House Manager). LU Senate 
Class of 2002 (Treasurer), LU Tennis Club 
(President) - 348 

Weng, Wenlong - 87 

Wenno^e, Keith - Aurora. CO - Philosophy - Fly 
Fishing Club, Wrestling Announcer - 348 389 

Wenri. Andrew - 274 

West. Josh -275 

Weston, Scon- 187 

Wcnerling, Casey - 1 83 

Wetzd. Kara - Germantown, MD - Journalism - Alpha 
Gamma Ddta - The Brown and White Student 
Newsppcr (Editor in Chief). Visiting Lecturer's 
Comminec (President) - 169 235 249 348 350 

Whalen. Mike -281 

White. Charles - San Geronimo, CJ\ - Psychology— 
Sigma Nu- 348 395 

White, Casey -197 

White. Marvin - 98 

White, Sally - 89 

Whidey, Maureen - Crofton, MD - Chemical 
Engineering - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers, Dancin', Gryphon Society. Outing Club, 
Residence Hall Association. Sodet)- of Women 
Engineers, Tau Beta Pi. Swing Dance Club - 255 
348 

Whide>', Andy - 275 

Whitle>-,Moe-4I2 

Whidodc. lance - 193 

Wilgen. Michelle- Nazareth, PA - Chemical Engineering 

- American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Fidd 
Hockey Team, Sodet\' of Women Engineers - 1 1 8 
348 

Willard. Kristcn - 245 

Williams, Lauren - Nortistown. PA - Chemical 

Engineering - Gaming Qub (Vice President), 

Marching Band, Alpha Chi Sigma (Treasurer) - 348 
Wdliams. Marissa B. - New RochcUc, NT - 

English - Journalism - Gamma Beta Phi, Varsit)' 

Women's Soccer Team -117 348 
Williams, Abby - 274 
Williams. Chelsea - 35 
Williams. David - 103 
WiUiamson, Craig - 73 
Wilb. Dina - 74 75 
Wilson, David - Biglerville, PA 
Wilson. Michad - Orcland. PA 
Wdson. Derek - 254 
Wilson. George -97 
Wilson. John -94 
Wilson, Pete - 229 
Wilt. Ryan - York. PA - Eleoriol EngitKcring - 349 



Wimmcr,B[ad-142I89 

Wmchesier, Lci^ - Sea Gin, NJ - Finance - Ddta 

Gamma- 177 349 
Wind. Laura - Yardley. PA - Accounting - Management 

Accounting Qub. Balance (Treasurer), Vaisit)' Crew 

-349 
Windham. Lisa - 73 

Winfidd. Jessie - Queen Anne, M D - 35 1 
Winston, Sarah - Old Bridge. NJ - Marketing - Alpha 

Gamma Delta. Choral Union. Marketing Club. 

Beta Gamma Sigma - 301 333 349 439 
Wischuscn, Derek - 351 
Widin, Brian - Northbrook. IL 
Wojcik, Joseph - West Piriston, PA 
Wolf, Bradlc)' - Glenside, I'A - Computer F-ngineering - 

Journalism -Alpha Qu Rho (President Treasurer) - 

349 
Wolf, IDanidle - Easton, CT - Biology - Ddta Gamma - 

405 
Wolf, Kathleen - Yardley, PA - Accounting - Finance - 

Accounting Club (\^ice President). Alpha Gamma 

Ddta, Bcu Alpha Psi, Order of Omcg^, Financial 

Management Association - 349 
Wolf, Scan - Wescosville, PA - Computer Engineering - 

Alpha Tau Omega (Vice President, Scholarship 

Chair). Intcrfratcmit)' Judicial Committee (Council 

Member) - 349 
Wolfe. Danielle - Old Brookvillc, NY - Psychology - 

Alpha Phi -349 
Wolf, Julie -35 
Wolf, Katie -169 
Wolfgang, I^nora - 74 
Wollcnburg, Deborah - 275 

Wolt. Valerie - Sparkill. NT - Finance - Alpha Phi - 349 
Wong, K2i\n - Brooklyn, NY - Civil E.nginccring - 

American Socict)' of Cix-il Engineers. Alpha Gamma 

Ddta, Chi Epsilon, Equestrain Qub. Ski Team, 

Society of Women Engineers - 339 349 
Wong, Da^d- 351 
Wood, Joshua - Highland Park. IL - ArchitC3Cturc - 

Alpha Sigma Phi - 349 
Worms, Katie - Hamdcn, CT - Psychologv' - Alpha 

Omicron Pi - 349 
Wright. Adam - Lewes. DE - Histor>' - 349 
Wri^t, Brian - Atizapan De Zaragoza - Estado Dc Mex. 

Mexico - Marketing, Ddta Tau Ddta. Global 

Union (President) - 203 349 
Wright, Benjamin - 81 
Wright, Sharon - 237 
Wu, I-Der - Bethlehem, PA - 351 
Wu, Linda- 175 254 
Wu,Suxing-97 
Wurth, Albert - 77 
Wylie, Raymond - 77 
Yanaga, Chris - 1 1 1 
Yannuzzi, Pat - 185 
Yamold.Manhew-223 235 
Yau. Emily -175 
Yeakd, Carrie - Kutztown, PA 
Yce, Bo-Moon - Clevdand, OH - Matenals 

Science - Society of Women Engineers, Smdent 

Materials Societ>* - 349 
Yener, Avlin - 98 
Yerk,Seth-184 185 
Yi, Dong - Elkins Park. Pa - 35 1 
Yimoyincs. Keith - 249 
Yoder, Brian - 243 
Yoffie. Abraham - Worcester. MA - Architecture - 

Balance. Ddta Tau Ddta Senior Class Gift 

Campaign (Chair) - 203 350 
Yokd. Ryan - Pittsburgh, PA - Electrical Engineering - 

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. 

Kappa Alpha (Vice President Housing). Wrestling 

Team - 350 
Yoshida. Shunsuke- Bethlehem, PA 
Yoshida. Roland -101 353 " 
Yoshida. Shunsuke- 351 
Yoshii. Kanako - Bethlehem. PA - 351 
Young. Christie - Bow, NH - Accounting - Finance - 

Accounting Qub, Alpha Gamma Ddta. Soccer 

Qub- 169350412 
Young, Kathryn - 237 

Young-Walcnrine. Marid - Bethlehem. PA - 351 
Youssef. Sarah - Orefidd. PA 
Yu. Zichcng - 73 
Yuan, David - Glenside. PA 
Yuan, Danid- 351 
Yukich. Joseph -78 
Yurchak. Justin - 205 
Zachow. Jeff- 201 
Zaknic U-an - 70 
Zakrajsck, Brian - 1 99 
Zeoca, Anthony - Ohphant. PA - Mechanical 

Engineering - Pi Tau Sigma. Lchi^ Formula, SAE 

(Co-Captain) - 350 399 
Zddcr. Peter -73 
Zdikovsin', Gn^ry - New York. NY - Mathematics, 



Ddta Tau Ddta - 203 3 1 3 350 
Zcntko, Mike - 274 
Zeoli. Robcn - Wcsipon. CT - 35 1 
Zcroka, Danid - 73 

Zeynd. Christopha - Newtown. CT - 351 
Zhang, Tina- 234 
Zhang, Weixan - 94 
Zhang, Yunfeng - 94 
J^emba, Paul - 245 
Zictdc Szymon - 193 
Zimmerman, Patrick - Quakcnown, PA - Business 

Infornuiion Svstem - Ddu Chi, Men's VoUcj-ball 

Club (President) - 350 
Zimmcn, Emory - 97 
ZivicChadd-351 
Zobd, Lauren - Boca Raion, FL - Journalism - Alpha 

Phi (Corresponding Secretary Alumni Relations 

Chair) Public Rdations.St. Socict)' of Amaica - 173 

235 350 
Zsoflca. Matthew - MiJfbrd. NH 
Zsofka. Matthew -35 1 
Zurat, Sarah - Hilton Head. SC 
Zuxat, Sarah - 35 1 
Zwim, Dave - 234 
ZwirT, Christine - Marlboro, NJ 
Zyla, Roben - North Halcdon. NJ 



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Athletics section uses Americana, Agaramond, :iiid Garamond Book. The Greek 
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The Organizations use Agaramond and ('opperplate 3,3bc. The [indergraduate 
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