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1997 

THE HATTER 

Stetson University 

421 North Woodland Boulevard 

DeLand, Florida 32720 




begin with unlocking the doors 



With that began the new school > ear. As first-\ear students 
moved into their new h\ es, they had no idea w hat to expect. Con\ ersely those 

that were 

seasoned veterans knew exacth w hat we had to offer. 

Whether you were a freshman or a senior, anticipation w as the o\ erall feeling. 

Most first-year students wanted a change, an opportunity 

to be on thierown. "I looked forward to getting out of m\ hometown." said 

Stephanie Miller. 

Returning students experienced less anxiet\ than those who were new. 

"When 1 returned to school in the fall. I knew I already had made se\eral friends 

last year," said Regan Wessar. 

"I also knew my donn w ell since I w as going to be the Resident Advisor." 

After the doors were unlocked and emotions settled, the \ ear w as ready to 

begin. 



Alpha Xi Delta members decorate the campus during the Chalk-Art competition. 

This was one of the many festivities 

during Greenfeather week. This not only added to their points 

but it added color to campus. 






Tabassum Ramhendar 

carves a pumpkin 
during a hall program. 



Sigma Nu welcomes 
new pledge Troy 

Bossert. This jump 
concluded Rush. 




Computers prove to be a 

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outside of the books 



Beyond classes, homework, and exams 

came reahty to students. 
Some hved on campus while others com- 
muted. Some were able to visit home 
often, others couldn't. 
Some of us even had families of our own. 
Life outside the classroom varied. Some 
keptpart time jobs, 
some had a full life, and 
many others chose to become active 
around campus. 
Some of us were visible on campus while 
some of us blended in. 
No matter who you were or how you 
chose to define your life here, we all had 
a life outside of the books. 




Alumni participate in the 

annual barbeque during Stetson 

Weekend. The weekend included 

festivities for both Homecoming 

and Alumni. 




C.S.A sponsored the .fars of Clay concert 

in October. This was one 

of the largest events that C.S..A. put 

on during the year. 




Organizations take pan in the 

Greenfeather Olympics. The 

Olympics included a water 

balloon toss as well as the 

wheelbarrow race. 



Leaders try to make way 
for each other with this 
game that is intended to 
build tmst. 




The ball is in whose court 
now? FOCUS leaders 
take turns discussing 
what FOCUS means to 
them. 

Finally, they are all pre- 
pared for what lies ahead. 
FOCUS leaders are 
ready for the new stu- 
dents to arrive. 




What does this game 
prove? That all FOCUS 
leaders must depend on 
one another through this 
tou2h time. 



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get focused firct? 

For new students FOCUS is a very important time, 
its when they get acquainted with Stetson and what it 
has to offer, without all the hustle and bustle. FO- 
CUS is led by fellow upperclassmen, who know the 




ropes. But, how do they get to become such a wealth it's clear what the top 

priority is to this FOCUS 

of information and such great leaders? The answer ,^^ er.just ooaroun 



her neck. 



is training, for about a week before the students ar- 
rive they begin psyching themselves up with activi- 
ties that will help them through all that is to come. 



DO YOU 



want 



us to 



entertain 



you? 




The Council for Student Activities has had a very active year. They 
have had a wide variety of events ranging from bands to comedi- 
ans, from large events like major concerts to a casual canoe trip. 
Past perfonners have included Blues Traveler, Jars of Clay, Elastica, 
CaiTot Top, Jon Stewart, and most recently Tommy Davidson. The 
council consists of eight students, who are paid a small amount for 

their large duties. Each students assumes responsibility for at 
Waiting for Jars of 
Clay to take the sta^^e ^^^^^ ^"'^ ^^^"^ '" ^'^^ y^^''- ^°^ ^^^^ event, the .students must ad- 
their opening act tears 



up the crowd. 



vertise, book the act, assure the contracts have been signed and 
coordinate the specific requirements with the performer. Though 
C.S.A. is a lot of work it gives members invaluable experience 
needed to succeed in today's world. Besides, where else are you 
going to meet famous people like the ones who have visited us? 



A C.S.A. performer 

tries to astound a 

student with his charm 

and wit; needless to say, 

it isn't working. 




Rodney Carrington 
puts on his country boy 
accent when talking 
about his life bacl< 
home. This was one of 
C.S.A.'s first events of 
the semester. 





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Tommy Davidson, 
who performed during 
Stetson Weekend, was 
a riot to both the \ oung 
and old who came to 
see his act. 

One of the most popu- 
lar events that C.S.A. 
put on during the year 
was Jars of Clay. You 
can see how much the 
crow d enjo\ ed the en- 
thusiasm by the mem- 
bers of the band. 






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no finish 

line 

^^Greenfeather was not only a 
time to get better acquainted with 
your fellow organization mem- 
bers but a time to better acquaint 
yourself with the community as 
well. It made me feel good that I 
could help someone and have 
fun at the same time/^ 
Liz Boitano 




Chalk-Art allows students to display 
their creativity. 



Tradition has always played a major role in the 
history of Stetson, and one of the longest tradi- 
tions is that of Greenfeather. Everyone has the 
opportunity to participate through an organiza- 
tion they are involved in. The object is to accu- 
mulate as many points possible. Points were 
awarded in the following competitions: Rock-a- 
thon, bowling, nights out. Airwaves, chalk-art; 
these only highlight the festivities. With the 
trophies badly wanted, the competition was stiff. 
The winners emerged after a neck-and-neck 
race. Winners were: Residence Halls: Conrad; 
Organizations: Phi Alpha Delta; Fraternities: 
Sigma Nu; and Sororities: Zeta Tau Alpha. No 
matter who won everyone proved to be the victor 
when over $10,000 dollars was raised for the 
community. This proves that the race for ser- 
vice really has no finish line and never will, 
here's to tradition. 



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Dan Herran tries for a strike while 
bowling for Phi Alpha Delta. 



fraternities 
jarticiapte in the 

reenfeather Tug-0- 
Wai competition. 




Pi Phi"s sing 
their hearts 
out for Air- 
waves. This 
proved to be 
one of the 
most popular 
and fun 
events during 
Greenfeather. 



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The Surf Club was one 
of the hardest working 
organizations at the 
Chalk- Art competition. 
Not only did they w ant to 
help others but they also 
wanted to look good do- 
ing it. 



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The Greenfeather 
Olympics three-legged 
race is underway! It was 
all the contestants could 
do to stay on all three's! 



Sig Ep brothers dance 
their way into our hearts 
at Airuaves. Airwaves is 
usually the most popular 
event during Greenfeather 
because this is the one 
time talent doesn't matter. 







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Another display of the 
Surf Club's artistic 
talents puts them in 
good iiinning for a place 
in the competition. 



SHARING 



w h at" 



have with 



Others! 








The Greenfeather garage sale is not onh an cn^.i. i^: ..^.p 
others, but also is a place to find some cool and unusual items. 




All the organizations 
went way out with this 
years' banner competi- 



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RECALLING 





seeing 

the future 

now! 

^^Being able to incorporate both 
Homecoming and Reunion 
weekend this year, made both 
events more enjoyable. It was a 
way of mixing both the past and 
the present. " 

Brandi Martin 



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This sign lets everyone tcnow of the 
events to come. 



Stetson weekend was a great way to 
bring the Stetson community to- 
gether. From the 40^s dance to the 
barbecue by Student Alumni Associa- 
tion this weekend was a great success. 
'In the past both events nave been 
held separately but by culminating 
the two activities into one event we 
felt we felt we would receive greater 
participation on everyone's behalf ^^ 
said Brandi Martin, member ofSA. 
Not only were there great times but 
great people. We had entertainment 
by Tommy Davidson and even some 
more local celebs stopped by. Joe 
NemeCy who Nemec Hall is named 
after, came to see his alma mater af- 
ter all these years. No matter what 
brought you to Stetson weekend, the 
past or the future, it was definitely a 
great success. 



The crowd roars as renouned come- 
dian Tommy Davidson performs. 




Unique table 
decorations 
adds to the 
construction 
theme of the 
Alumni 
Assocation 
barbeque. 



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Following graduation a 
group of new Alumni 
gather for what may be 
one of thier last moments 
at Stetson. 



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After four grueling years, graduation da) finall} ar- 
i"i\ed. The event brought back memories of all the 
trials and tribulations seniors have gone through to 
set to this moment. Just to think that this moment 



A soon to be graduate will be over in just a few short hours. During the 
thanks all those people in 
her life which have made 
this moment possible for 
her. What an inventive 

way of doing so! tions. It seems as though you really don't know 



ceremonv evervone is on a roller coaster of emo- 



what to feel. Although, what a better way to be in- 
spired than by Lt. Gov.. Kenneth Hood (Buddy) 
MacKay. He gave an inspirational address about w hat 
lies ahead for these graduates and how to encounter 
these obstacles. Following this each grad was called 
up to receive his diploma. With that, the grads nnived 
their tassels over and became members of the Alumni. 




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A new graduate receives 
what she has been wait- 
ing four years to earn. 









Tammie Crawford talks 
with family and friends 
before the big moment. 

The Graduating 
Class of 1997 



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Chaudoin: Shani 
Bowen and Melissa 
Shepard clown 
around at the 2nd 
Main Studv Break 




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dorm life 

chaudoin & conrad 



Chaudoin Hall residents went "Above and 
Beyond" this year as they built friendships 
that will last a lifetime. The building was a 
fun place to live and a place where people 
truly cared about each other. Friendships 
grew closer as the residents went through 
Rush together, played intramurals, and 
participated in exciting hall programs. One 
of the most exciting and revealing programs 
all year was when the pairs played in "The 
Roommate Game," our version of "The 
Newly wed Game. " 



Conrad Hall has been working hard to 
"Soar to New Heights" in resident 
living. The staff focused on program- 
ming to encourage community devel- 
opment. Some of the floor favorites 
included hall dinners, fingerpainting 
fiascoes and Pummo! Community 
grew stronger as we won the 
Greenfeather Championships and 
worked toward another intramural 
win. 





Conrad: Shelly 
Soffer, Shaina Buck- 
les, Patrice Scanlon, 
and Stephaine 

Gallagher show how 
dorm life can build 
friendship. 



Chaudoin resident Katie 
Schofield holds up a sign 
during February's 
Hallwide, "The Roomate 
Game." 



Sarah Reed, Ma 
Driggers and Desiree 
Devaney were t'ina 
ists in a Nemec 
Twister Tournament. 

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dorm life 

nemec hall 



Nemec Hall staff has worked hard to make 
everyone feel at home. We tried to make 
living together fun. The dorm was not just 
a place to sleep or work, but also a place to 
have fun and be yourself. Our hall 
programs this year were a big success. 
Everyone loved "Around the World in One 
Night," and we also rooted for our 
intramural team the "Nemec Nasties. " We 
had a great year and our residents deserved 
it. 





Residents Shannon 
Maclaughlan and 
Robert Steudle greet 
Mr. Joe Nemec and 
his daughter during 
Stetson Weekend. 



Residents of Beta prac- 
tice "The Hand Jive" 
for the Greenfeather 
Lip Sync. Nemec Hall 
won in their categoiy in 
this competition. 



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dorm life 

smith & gordis 



Smith Hall wanted to make everyone feel 
as through they were part of the process. 
The staff made this possible with many 
hallwides and outings together. Staff 
included: Chris Theodore, Stephaine 
Wireman, Patrick Fleming, Head 
Resident-Kristen Rutherford, Jessica 
Brown, Cedric Lewis, and J.J. Hudson. 



Gordis Hall strived to make dorm life 
more of a social life. With regular meet- 
ing the RA 's tired to plan activities that 
all could be involved in. RA staff con- 
sisted of: Ron Smith, Dave Leidel, J.R. 
Williams, Dennis Clark, Patrick 
Chapman, and Bret Beyer All of them 
wanted to make Gordis a great place to 
live. 





Gordis: Keeping with 
the social and interac- 
tive spirit present in 
Gordis Hall, RA Ron 
Smith tries to persuade 
people to give him a 
call to talk about his 
day. 



Gordis: The RA staff 
is working hard at an 
intense lunch meetins. 



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Emily's 2nd Main 
fingerpainting fi- 
asco. Honors stu- 
dents love to paint 
and their RA lo\c•^ 
them. 




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dorm life 

stetson & emily 



Stetson hall worked and played hard to 
make this year successful with their 
residents. We planned hallwides and trips 
to make this year memorable . The best 
was our fondue night when we all got in 
touch with our sweeter side. As the saying 
goes "Stetson Hall-It 's a Suite Life. " 
Emily has done everything to make living 
fun. We are known for our hall programs, 
having received honorable mention for them 



at this years Florida Resident Advisor 
Seminar in January. They ranged from 
fingerpainting and the "Food for 
Food'' to the coffeehouse. No matter 
what the theme was we sure got involved 
in everyone 's social life. We also want to 
congratulate two of our outstanding RA 's 
for being recognized as two of the top 
leaders in Florida, Amanda Marder and 
Shannon MacLaughlan. 





Stetson Hall resi- 
dents stuffing their 
faces and hanging 
out at the hall pro- 
gram, "Fondue and 
You." 



Stetson: "Dressed up" 
for a night of bolwing, 
residents get ready to 
make a strike. 



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WE ARE 



it up 



livinr 

in the ^^ 

dorms! 

^^Whoever said dorm life wasn Y 
great probably never lived in a 
dorm ! You Ve got your friends, 
your room and your life pretty 
much all in the same place, what 
could be better!^' 
Laura Potts 



Stetson hall staff on their staff retreat 
in Daytona. They love playing foot- 
hall with the fishies.. 



Dorm life was what defined many of our lives! 
We made most of our friends from those that 
lived near us. It seemed as though if we were 
bored there was always someone down the hall 
feeling the same way, whom we could get to- 
gether with! Along the same lines, most of us 
will never forget our roomates. Whether you 
were constantly together or you couldn 7 be 
further apart, they seem to have a big impact on 
you and your life here in the dorms. However 
you chose to define you dorm life, we sure were 
living it up. 



Second North takes a break from the 
hectic final exam study sessions. 



R.A.NickiTindell 
grabs breadsticks 
with her residents 
during a Thanksgiv 
ing "food for food" 
program. 




Carmen 
Wallace, 
Tyesha 
Presod. and 
Jennifer 
Kieley take a 
study break in 
Nemec- 
Epsilon. 



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building great minds 



Stetson has a tradition of academic ex- 
cellence which far surpasses everything 
you can imagine. 
The faculty and administration pride 
themselves on the fact that Stetson rates 

among the top 
five schools in the South academically. 
Although the three schools (Arts and Sci- 
ences, Music, 
and Business) vary, one thing remains the 
same... their standards. Everyone here is 
put to the 
test, the question is can you pass? 




The new officers of Phi Alpha 
Delta, a academic fraternity, 

are sworn in. This organization 
centers its 

attention on the legal profession. 




Residents of Emily Hall take a 

study break to relax from all 

those academic pressures. 




Chris Robertson catches a few 

zzz's in between studying for 

exams. 



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the 



leaders 



of the hat 




President Lee begins the kick- 
off to Stetson Weekend. 

President Lee shakes hands 
with one of the Trustees and a 
banquet in thei3030r honor. 



Stetson is proud to ha\ e such 
a dedicated and hard-w orking 
group of administrators. 
Along with maintaining a 
close relationship with stu- 
dents. the\ maintain close 
working relationships with 
each other. The\ tr> to pre\ent 
potential problems and must 
deal quickly w ith whatever 
arises. Their closeness w ith 
the student bod> is part of 
what makes Stetson so unique. 
Recenth the\ began recei\ ing 
student input b>' implementing 



the Stragic Student Planning 
Council (SSPC). where cho- 
sen student representatives 
bring their concerns back to 
the administration. It is only 
w ith these types of programs 
that a university can be truely 
successful in its students eyes, 
and Stetson is doing a won- 
derful job. Always willing to 
go the extra mile, we appreci- 
ate our hardw orking adminis- 
trators for all that the\ do for 
us. 



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Dr. James R. Beasley. Vice Piesidcnt for Campus 
Life and Enrollment Management 




Dr. Euaene S. Lubot, Provost 



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those who 



make 



it possible 




Faculty, staff and family enjoy tasty barbeque at a Habitat for 
Humanity fundraiser. 



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Kirsten Fogle 



George Glander 



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those who 



make 



it possible 




Sporty Faculty look on as the students try to win the annual student- 
faculty Softball game. 



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Faculty, Staff and Alumni alike make a presentation at Stetson Week- 
end. Many of our professors graduated from Stetson themselves. 



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Donna Williams 



Gareth Williams 



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This is definately a familar 
sight to all of us who must 
travel across to Flager and 
Davis for most of our classes. 
Those hall are an extension of 
the Arts & Sciences wing. 



Elizabeth Hall is home to Col- 
lege of Arts and Sciences stu- 
dents. Dean Maris presides 
over the college, making sure 
we have all met our require- 
ments. 





Where would we be without computers? Here, students in LBC work in the lab on some 

class projects. 



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all different 



schools 



of thought 




All the different schools here have an excellant reputation. 
Varying from the School of Business to Music to Arts & 
Sciences, no matter which you define yourself by one thing 
remains the same: you must work hard in order to succeed. 
While Music students spend most of thier time in Presser 
rehearsing, business students call LBC their home, and Arts 
& Sciences stare Elizabeth in the face most of the day. In 
each school students are put through rigourus exams and 
tests to see is they can overcome the obstacles of college and 
that of the real world. No matter which you call your home 
we all know what it means to WORK. 





The Lynn Business Center 
claims a large part of Stetson's 
population. It is there where 
students will prepare for the 
business world. 



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take a 



break 



from reality 



All of us know how grueling studying is, it seems as though it 
occupies all of our time. Even though it seems to. it doesn't we 
have plenty of time to relax, but how do we take a break from 
reality? Some of us just leave our studies for a while and venture 
out. Others of us just want to be in a quiet place. Some of us like 
to stay busy, only with other things such as working. Also, in- 
stead of working our minds some of us relax by working our bod- 
ies. •'! just like to lay down," says Chris Robertson," when I get 
stressed." No matter how you handle down time try to break from 
studying and think of yourself for a change. 




Hall programs provide great 
escapes during the biggest 
crunch times. 




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The library can sometimes be Relaxing by working: it 

a great place to relax; it's quiet doesn't even seem to be a 

and you can ponder what your break, but some of us like to 

weekend plans are. stay busy. 




Nicolette Corso takes a break by cuddling up with her pillow. Resting is a great 
way to escape the day's troubles. 



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The theatre troupe which put 
Club events were a great way on a series of Spanish plays 
to fill requirements. Here, a traveled to Puerto Rico over 
business club sponsors a winter break. Here the\ enjoy 
speaker. the great view. 




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events 



become 



standard 



With all the other basic requirements in order to graduate the 
administration decided to tack on one more. We all must 
attend twenty-four cultural events before we can graduate- 
that' s three a semester. But, what exactly qualifies? A sport 
event? No. But there are a wealth of other things that do. 
For instance, speakers, productions in Stover Theatre, and 
various club activities. "I thought cultural events would be 
boring, but I enjoyed all of them." Whatever events you 
chose to attend you will be sure to gain something for them. 



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Cementing Friendships 

Stetson University takes great pride in 
all that its organizations do. The organi- 
zations help to bring culture to the cam- 
pus, by bringing in speakers and hosting 
events. They also give Stetson the tight 
bond with the community through all of 
the charity work they do. But most of all 
they bring a lot of fun to campus through 
all kinds of activities and parties. 




Alelha Bonello and \echeeka 

Troll al Ihe Organizational 

Fair 




Erica Fricke. Tracey Robinson, 
Kim BosKell. Sabrina Holiday. 
Sally Johnson, Andrea Gregg, 
and AnnMaCracken enjoying a 
sister 's night out 




Phi Alpha Delta iiiilialion 



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stetson students helped support 
many events such as the AIDS walk 
in Orlando 




COMMUNITY 



Helping Out 



One of the things that Stetson is most proud of is 
the effect that Stetson has on the community in the 
surrounding areas. Stetson encourages all students 
to participate in community service, and sponsors 
many community events each year. 

Stetson has many organizations such as Habitat 
for Humanity and Into the Streets whose purpose is 
solely for the contribution to the community. How- 
ever, many of the other organizations on campus, as 
well as, the Greeks plan and participate in commu- 
nity service. These organizations raise money 
through various fund-raisers, help underprivileged 
children by hosting parties by participating programs 
like Adopt an Angel, or physically go and help build or 
repair houses with the Into the Streets program. 

All of these programs being brought to campus 
and being backed by various organizations gives all 
Stetson students the chance to participate in these 
events, which are greatly appreciated throughout the 
community. 




Stetson 

can 

help 

the 

community 




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An Annual alumni chili dinner hosted by the 
Student Alumni Association at the alumni 
house. Stetson alunni continue to contribute 
both money and time to the community long 
after graduation. 

A Halloween party held for underpriviledged 
children in the area 




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Kevin Korey, Stephanie Bauer, t> , 
Stacie Carpenter, Rachel 
DiCaro. Mary Gillis, Kristen 
Henschel, Sabrina Holliday, 
Christina Hysell. Grace John, 
Amber Kamaar, Mary Elizabeth 
Knapp, Orenda Lyons, Mark 
McGinty, Sara Musgrove, 
Spring Neal, Julia Nesheiwat, ^^X' 
Christie Owens, Jennifer \J 

Pawlak. Kelley Pentz, Loren 
Petrozella, Katie Saxton, 
Gerardine St. Jean, Laurie Stern, 
Melissa Williford, Meredith 
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A Bit of Culture 



Stetson hosts many cultural events and speak- 
ers each year to help expose Stetson's students to 
various perspectives of life in the world. Of course 
now that Stetson has created the cultural event require- 
ment attendance at these events has increased. The 
events vary greatly from a speaker for the business 
school, plays and performances by the music and 
theatre departments, to the Guatemalan family 
brought in by the foreign language department. 

A couple of the larger events, were when the Guate- 
malan family came to speak about their culture and life 
there. The other was the showing of Peter and the Wolf. 
Both the music school and the theatre department com- 
bined to put on a great performance for Martin Luther King 
III and the rest of the Stetson Community. 

These events were made into a requirement be- 
cause Stetson felt like students were missing out on 
a very large opportunity to become educated in dif- 
ferent cultural aspects. Many of the students that at- 
tended the events this year for the credits thought 
that the events were good and that they enjoyed go- 
ing. Maybe Stetson like our parents feels sometimes 
we need a little incentive to do what is good for us. 



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Little 
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Never 
Hurt 

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to Stetson students and fac- 
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was brought in to discuss 
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Catholic Campus Ministries celebrated 
another successful year on Stetson's 
campus heightened by the leadership of 
wonderful advisors, Deacon Ed and Mary 
Riderle, and Father Chris Hoffman. Highlights 
of the year included our "Lenten Retreat for 
Busy People," inciteful faith sharings with guest 
speakers, our end of the year Ropes Course, 
and, as always, our Thursday lunches. 



The Advisors, Deacon Ed & Mary 
Rinderle, surrounded by CCMers. 





Catholic Christian Ministries Executive Board 

Back Row: Mary Rinderle(Advisor). Paula 

Calabrese(Fundraising Chair), David Gould(SGA 

Rep.), Deacon Ed Rinderle(Advisor), Josh 

Kingdom(Faith Sharing Coordinator), James 

DiCarlo(Faith Sharing Coordinator), Jolie 

Saturro(RLC Chair), Susana Campos(RLC Chair), 

Trey Godwin{Social Chair), Julia Nesheiwat(Vice- 

President) 

Front Row: Colleen Godwin(President), Dana 

Sullivan(Secretary) 

Not Pictured: Jammie Swain{Treasurer), Janie 

James(Community Service), Emily 

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Boitano, Piper Troxel, Amy Wyatt, Lan Quang, 
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SGA Executives: 
Wendy Moore- Secretary 
Jim Schwartzel- Vice-President 
Lindsey Brown- President 



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Greek Life 



Still RUSHin' 



Stetson's fraternities and sororities are a large part 
of life a Stetson, so it is no surprise that Rush is an 
important time on Stetson's campus. Anyone that 
has been through Rush can attest to the bonds that 
are created during it. The people that choose to con- 
tinue through the process and become Greek be- 
come both members into the large group, either the 
fraternity or sorority, while at the same time becom- 
ing a member of their own distinct pledge class. 

The others that choose not to become Greek have 
still formed many friendships through the Rushing 
process. The parties are a chance for the fraternities 
and sororities to eye up prospects, the prospects to 
eye up the fraternities and sororities, and a chance 
to socialize with other Stetson students. 

Although the Rush experience is somewhat 
stressful for both the participants and the Greeks, the 
overall experience is meant to be all for fun. The 
Greeks try to figure out a person's entire personality 
in a very short period of time to see which student's 
they feel are best for their fraternity/sorority and the 
students must decide which fraternity/sorority is right 
for them. 




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Greek 

Rush 

1997 





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Sigma Phi Epsilon 



Lambda Chi Alpha 




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Alpha Chi Omega has remained active in 
the Stetson and DeLand community this year. 
Everyone enjoyed our annual Newlywed Game 
which helped us raise money for Alpha Chi's 
philantrophy, domestic violence. We enjoyed 
giving our time to Habitat to Humanity, the AIDS 
walk in Daytona, and helping a Brownie troop 
earn their badges. 

Even though we were busy giving we still 
had time to have fun. This year's annual 
Woodser was a blast, as well as, the First Annual 
Golden Lyre Ball. We also had fun at Italian 
Wedding and Red Carnation Ball, also the vari- 
ous socials held with fraternities and sororities. 

As Alpha Chi's we pride ourselves on our 
sisterhood, leadership, community service, and 
academic excellence. 




The new member class of 1996 proudly holds up their new 
study boards. The boards are made by their sorority mom. 




Alpha Chi's show their Greek Spirit during Greek week. Laura 
Nigro, Nicole Partin. Regan Wessar, Jen Hughes, Tara 
Hoffman. Courtney Savage. Heidi Howard, Samari Echevaria, 
Kelly Koellner, Renee Neptune, Dana Sullivan, Luly Pena, and 
Kristen Carbone get together before going onstage to 
perform. 



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Alpha Chi's take time for a picture before their next rush party. 




Regan Wessar, Katie Hartzell, Jenny Collins, Stacy 
Salvatore, Amy Hendrie, and DeAnne Whetstone 
pauses for a picture at Alpha Chi's first Annual 
Golden Lyre Ball. 



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Homecoming 
Bobby Morelli 



was a great success for Pi Kappa Phi. 
and A.C. Caslidollar greet their alumni. 




Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded at the 
College of Charleston on December 10, 1904. 
The Chi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi at Stetson was 
founded in 1921. After four years of being inac- 
tive on Stetson's campus, the Chi chapter was 
recolonized in 1996 by the new founding fathers. 
This makes Pi Kappa Phi both one of the oldest 
and newest fraternities at Stetson. Pi Kappa 
Phi's dedication to C.L.A.S.S., Character, Leader- 
ship, Athletics, Scholarship, and Service has Pi 
Kappa Phi quickly becoming one of the stron 
gest fraternities at Stetson University. 



Each year at the Rose Ball, Pi Kappa Phi 
awards one outstanding female the honor 
of Rose Queen. Tina Wyatt of Delta Delta 
Delta was this year's lucky lady. 



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found that their first Rose Ball was an extraordinary, if not tumultuous 
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Kendell, Armested Grandstaf, David Leidal, Angelito 
Nepomeceno, Sam Updike. 

Middle: Kyle Jackson, Keith Bryant, Patrick Chapman. Bobby 
Morelli, Jason Dietrich, A.C. Cashdollar, Adam Scott, Todd ■ 
Carpenter. >• 

Bottom: John Honker. Gabe Gehret, Joey Grain, Matthias 
Weisheit, Mike Sweeney. 







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Pi Beta Phi, founded april 28, 1867, at 
IVIonmouth College in Illinois, continued a history 
of success. The Florida Alpha chapter became 
the first sorority on campus in 1913. 

Pi Beta Phi serves two national 
philanthrophies. Arrowmont is a nationally 
recognized school for the arts in Gatlin, Tennes- 
see. The school was founded by Pi Beta Phi, 
and our chapter contributed to it this year by the 
sales of "Easter-Grams," and by posting de- 
scriptive signs around campus to foster the 
awareness of the philanthropy. Our second 
philanthropy is Links To Literacy. It is designed 
to promote the importance of reading and writing 
to children and adults. This year Links To Lit- 
eracy Week was a great success, highlighted by 
our all-you-can-eat-pie "Pi Social," which raised 
over $100, and the donation of over 250 books to 
local services. 

In addition to terrific philanthropies. Pi 
Beta Phi participated in several social functions. 
Fall semester events included the annual "Down 
In TheFrench Quarter" social with the men of 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, as well as our heavenly 
winter formal held in Daytona Beach. Spring 
semester was exciting also, with our "Beaux and 
Arrows" Valentines Day semi-formal, spring 
formal at the beautiful Radisson Plaza in Or- 
lando, and the quad "Disco Party" social. 

Pi Beta Phi's continued to strive for excel- 
lence in all areas, and preserved our dedication 
to friendships, scholarship, and leadership 
throughout Stetson's campus. 






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their New Member Retreat. 



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Bid Day By the Fountain 

Marsha Alishahi. Cythia Bal<er. Claudia Biello, Stacy Birmingham. Jennifer Bischotf. 
Katie Caraminas. Missy Caraminas, Francesca Clough. Kelly Clyatt. Sarah Corder, 
Leslie Coulter, Rani Cunard, Chrissy Curtis. Bridget Daku. Lyzka Delacruz, Alexia 
DeWindt. Sarah Dearing. Amy Freer, Lauren Graper, Barbie Hannah. Holly Haroff. 
Tiffanie Inglee, Katy Johnson. Tammy Johnson, Rebecca Kendziorski. Darby Lane. 
Sarah Libin, Brandy Lord, Tina Madrigal, Cara Martin. Colleen Maxwell. Jackie 
McCarthy. Coriander Milnes. Sara Musgrove, Rachel Otremba. Eve Paulk, Natalie 
Primavera, Regina Querela, Mary Rogers, Amy Rowell, Lauren Schaefer, Jennifer 
Scott, Jeanine Sekula. Beth Sheftler, Katie Spilman, Amanda Suarez. Melissa This, 
Piper Troxel, Angela Villanueva, Maria Ward. Rebecca Whitaker, Jenn Wiley, Amy Wyatt 
Christina Wyatt, and Stacy Youket. 



The big sisters of tri-Delta are proudly 
showing off their new little sisters on Big Sis/ 
Lil Sis Revalation night. 




Some of the Seniors of Tri-Delta happily stand together during their 
last year of Rush: Eve Paulk, Amy Freer, Rachel Otremba, Mary 
Rogers, and Coriander Milnes. 



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The Delta Mu chapter of Sigma Nu was 
recognized by its national fraternity as the Most 
Improved Sigma Nu chapter in the southeast United 
States. Sigma Nu maintained a strong presence on 
campus by winning the Greenfeather Fundraiser for 
the third consecutive year, as well as winning the 
Stetson University award for the Most Improved 
Fraternity the past two years. Sigma Nu continues 
to involve itself in serving the community, both 
locally and otherwise. Their social highlights include 
the Halloween Party in the fall, and the spring Disco 



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The Beta Psi chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha 
had another outstanding year which l<ept up with 
tradition. During the fall rush, we pledged 22 
outstanding women. 

Socially we had a blast with our two 
formals- Moonlight Masquerade & White Violet 
Ball. Also the Disco Quad, pool party with the 
ATQ's. and Ball of Confusion were successes. 

Our annual Crown Classic Pool tourna- 
ment was oustanding for our philanthropy - 
Susan G. Komen Foundation. 

All these things promoted sisterhood, 
pride, love, and memories that will last a lifetime. 




Bid Day- waiting for our new members Juju Kongwaree, 
Michelle Abrisch, Kim Boswell. Kelly Pentz, and Sally 
Johnson. 




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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated 
was the first national sorority established by 
African Amehcan college women, but its mem- 
bership consists of women of varying ethnic 
backgrounds. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 
also has international chapters in many foreign 
countries such as Bermuda, Korea, the Baha- 
mas, and Germany. AKA's the world over prides 
themselves on giving back to the community. 

Since its inception on Stetson's campus 
Alpha Kappa Alpha has held firmly to Its motto of 
"Service to all Mankind" by contributing timeless 
hours to community service by volunteering at 
the local youth center, tutoring students in the 
AKA house. In the Stetson community they, 
participate in service projects put together by 
panhellenic and Into the Streets. Along with all of 
this Alpha Kappa Alpha also this year Mentored 
Thirteen Students from DeLand Middle School. 

AKA members involve themselves in 
numerous campus activities such as FOCUS, 
Greenfeather, CSA, Black Students Association, 
SGA, Carribean Club, and Quest just to name a 
few. 

Since AKA's don't believe in all work and 
no play, they also take time out of their busy 
schedules to attend step-shows and host so- 
cials. 




Members pose witha sister from the first AKA chapter in the 
1970's. 




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Necheel<a Trolt, Evette Zellner, Alumni(AKA) 
Gerardine St. Jean, Priscilla Moxam, Karisa Floyd 
during Homecoming reception for Alumni. 



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\T0 brothers celebrate halloween with the sisters of Pi Beta Phi. 





Alpha tau Omega enjoyed another suc- 
cessful year, making improvements in all aspects 
of fraternity life. The brothers of Alpha Tau 
Omega had the highest GPA on campus fall 
semester. ATQ also rose to the top and captured 
the Greek Week title. Great improvements were 
made to the house as well, including a new pool 
table, a renovated volleyball court, and a brand 
new fenced-in deck. Also, ATQ intramurals en- 
joyed its best year in recent history. 

Along with these improvements, ATQ 
continued its excellence in the social aspect of 
fraternity life. Brothers as well as theirt guests 
enjoyed events such as: fall and winter formal, 
Cooler on the Beach, Jungle Party, and Viking 
Party. 

The main focus of ATQ is to mold and 
create leaders. The brotherhood is comprised of 
strong leaders who play an active role in many 
campus and community organizations. 



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Stetson students tend to have the ability 

to maintain busy academic lives and 
have time to get involved with other ac- 
tivities. Students find time to work, vol- 
unteer, become active in campus organi- 
zations, and still go out and enjoy them- 
selves. Rarely does a Stetson student 
experience boredom! 




A student draws a lottery 
number during room selection. 
Many were glad to choose their 

roommates and housing 
assignments. 




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Students gather in Nite Lites to 

enjoy comical entertainment. 

They also enjoyed free mocktails. 




Joe McGivern finds time in his 
hectic schedule to exercise. 



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Julie Adam 
Psychology 



Marianne Arellano 
General Business 



Puola Aghlaghanian 
Psycliology 



Alex Aycrigg 
Biology 



Derek Alexander 
Miirkering 



Ste\en Allender 
Finonace 



Cynthia Baker 
Ps}clioIogy 



Kerry Baker 
Accowiring 



Afua Amoakohene 
Economics 




Gilbert Baran 
Histon- 




Nicole Baull!^la 
Marketing 




Leda Beat) 
Marketing 



Pia Berg-Sonne 
Psychology 



Alic) n Br\ant 
Management 



Keith Bryant 
Political Science 




Paula Calabrese 
Management 



Julie Campbell Michael Carlino 

Elementaiy Education Sociology 



Leila Chisholm 
Accounting 



Steven Ciglar 
Biology 




Kellie Colon 


Jamie Cooper 


Philip Cox 


Brantle\ Craig 


Tammu i 


Exercise Science 


Music 


Finance 


English 


Political M K 


76 Seniors 











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David Crowder Kimberly Cummings Joseph D'Ambrosio Bridget Daku 

History Accounting Accounting Communications 



Benjamin Dannhauser 
Marketing 




David Dean 
Psychology 



Susanne Dine 
Accounting 



Brandy Dorton 
Marketing 



Catherine Doyle 
Sociology 



Rhyanne Douberly 
Sociology 




Melissa Dugger 
Psychology 



James Dunlop 
English 



Michael Ezzell 
Political Science/ 
Economics 



Kenneth Finger 
Biology 



Donelle Fink 
Communications 




Catherine Ann Finney Gina Fisher 
Biology Elementary Education 



Amy Franklin 
Accounting 



Galen Gallimore 

Music Tlwoiy 



Chris Gamache 
Instrumental 




Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha "Vogue" to Madonna 
during Greenfealher's Airwaves competition. The 
sorority won second place for their act. 




Members of the audience smile for the camera as a 
CSA comedian brings a student on stage to take a 
picture of his onlookers. 



Seniors 77 



Krisa Gionis 
Marketing 



Melanie Gnaizda 
Psychology 



Colleen Godwin David Gould 

Eleiiwnraiy Education Political Science 



Kristin Greenwood 
Religion 




John Groom Karen Hagman Erin Hall 

Political Science Spons Administration Biology 



Angela Hamel 
Englisli/History 



Barbie Hannan 
Management 




Courtne\ Hatchman Kristen Hauge 
English Management 



Gina Hinson 
Accounting 



Maureen Hodges Jennifer Hodson 

Education General Business 



THE CLASS OF 1 997 




Faculty members and the soon-to-be graduates prepare for 
commencement. Parents, other relatives, and friends filled the 

Edmunds Center In watch the ceremony. 



78 Seniors 



Bilingual Tiieatrics 



Julie Schmiir, Carlos Montenegro, Will 
Joseph. Josette Galtieri, Kelly Sullivan, 
and Mark Kemieally enjoy a beautiful 
Puerto Rican sunset during their trip. 




Six Stetson students participated in a program that 
required them to be skilled in two areas: theater arts and 
the Spanish language. 

Kelly Sullivan. Josette Galtieri. William Joseph. 
Carlos Montenegro, Julie Schmitt, and Mark Kenneally 
auditioned their acting and Spanish abihties and were 
asked by Dr. Iliana Mankin, professor of Spanish, and Dr. 
Ken McCoy, professor of theater arts, to be part of the 
pilot project. 

The students spent hours each day learning lines 
for and practicing the plays in English and Spanish, while 
the professors helped them with pronunciation and stage 
direction. 

The group held performances during the fall 
semester at Stover Theatre at Stetson; then, during the 
winter break, they travelled to Miami, Florida and Puerto 
Rico to perform for audiences there. 

According to Will Joseph, who is a theater and 
histor}' major, "it was an experience I couldn't have gotten 
from a textbook. It's helped me look at my classes in a 
whole new light." 




Above: The talented actors 
perform a short play in 
Spanish. Will played a 
bartender 



Below: Dr McCoy and the 
Stetson cast meet members of the 
Puerto Rican community. The 
students met tnany new people. 




Seniors 79 



Thomas Jackson 
Accounting 



Tracey Jackson 
Management 



Steven Jonas 
Finance 



William Joseph 
Histofx Tliealer 



Eniilie Jost 
HlemenlaiT Eclncalion 




Shelly Keller 
Musical Tlieater 



Kevin Kelly 
Biology 



Mark Kenneally 
Englisli/TIieater 



Colette Kitchel 
Marketing 



Meghan Konczewski 
Accounting 




Ronda Krause 


Jamie Kruzel 


Laura Labbee 


Amy Labelle 


Darby Lane 


Histoid- 


Psychology 


English 


Accounting 


Accounting 




Stephanie Lauen 
Music Education 


Christopher Lawson 
Sociology 


Cedric Lewis 
Marketing 


Alric Lindsay 
Accounting 


Andrew Linton 
Music 




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Students and faculty display iheir Softball talents at 
ilie annual Siudeni/Faculiy game. The game is held 
each spring ai Hiillis Field. 



I'nucy .lackson collects MicroFridges and loads 
llicm in the truck al year's end. Many students rented 
MicroFridges insreud of buying scparure iipplinnres. 



80 Seniors 



Martha Lopez 
Music 



Orenda Lyons 
Psychology 



Audrie Malone 
Political Science 



Henrik Margard 



Shannon Bower- 



Biisiness Administration Margard 

General Business 




Cara Martin Michael Mason Colleen Maxwell Heather McGrath 

International Relations Accounting Accounting Sociology 



Jacqueline McCarthy 
Philosophy 




Christopher McCoy KimMcGoff 

Psychology Psychology 



Sheila Miller 
Biology 



Rafael Muller 
Business 



Jennifer McGrew 
Marketing 



Laura McLeod 
Psychology 



Nicole Mendez 
Matliematics 




Coriander Milnes 
Accounting 



Jeffrey Moan Lisa Molinaro 

Sports Administration French 



Angela Morton 
English 




Romina Mulloy-Bossio Tracy Mulroy 
Political Science Elementarx Education 



Devon Murray 
Psychology 



Christine Needham 
English Education 



Seniors 81 



Kristine Nelson 


Julia Nesheiwat 


Kimberly Newton 


Meghan Norton 


Karen O'Connell 


History' 


Sociology 


Biology 


Spoits and Exercise 
Science 


General Business 




Erin O'Neal 


Vema Olivia 


Tina Pappas 


Josh Pasch 


Amy Paz/alia 


Music 


Psychology 


English 


Accounting 


Englisli/Blolog) 




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helievini; they are very cold. I'tiii nj the hypnotist's act also included lunini; 
students "paint" pictures, "drive" cars. (Uid hclieve ihey nere wearini; no clothe 



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Holidays Away 



From Home 



Nicki Tindell covers her candle as 
she walks toward the cement circle 
ill front of the CUB. Nicki was 
among several students who joined 
community members in the annual 
Yule Log Lighting at HuUey Tnwer 




Celebrating holidays in a dorm or apartment 
instead of in their own homes requires some getting 
used to for most students. However, those who got 
invohed in holiday acti\ities on campus found that they 
could still have fun and enjoy the festivities. 

Stetson takes part in several annual holiday 
events. For instance. ever>' December, students can 
participate in the Adopt- An-Angel program by choos- 
ing a needy child from the Christmas tree in the CUB 
and buying him or her a gift. They then meet their 
"angels" at a party and watch them open their presents. 

Organizations often hold holiday parties as well. 
This year, the Sigma Nu fraternity hosted a St. Patrick's 
Day party at their house: the party was open to every- 
one on campus. 

Student John Maple advises, "Do something fiin 
during the holidays: don't just sit in your room." 




Friends Keri Bell. Heather Moss, and Brande 
Martin get in the spirit of Halloween. The trio began 
their night at the campus-wide Halloween party held 
at Carson/Hollis. 



Seniors 83 



Jeffrey Pointe 
Political Science/ 
Geography 



Jennifer Righi 

Management 



Chris Portalie 
Accounting 



Eric Roth 
Biology 



Christen Rano 
Finance 



Hugh Richeson 
General Business 



Kristen Rutherford 
Accounting 



Stacy Salvatore 
General Business 



Molhe Rideout 
Marketing 




Courtney Savage 
Communications 




Scott Schilbe 
Management 



Juhe Schrnitt 
Theater A ns 



Linda Scholl 
Histon- 



Joseph Schulten 
General Business 



Rebekah Sentgeorge 
Exercise Science 




Margo Shaffer 
Management 



Audrey Shehon 
Management 







Amal Shenoda 
Biology 




Amy Shumaker 
Biology 



Dennis Simmons 
Russian Studies 




Erin 

Geography 



Stephanie Smith 
Marketing 



Stacey Snow 
English 



Joanne Sou rial 
Thcaler/Coniinunications 



Jennifer Spht 

Human Resources Mgmt. 



84 Seniors 




Shereena Stanley 
Accounting 



Venesha Syples 
Exercise Science 



Suna Thomas 
Psychology 



Geoffrey Vallee 
English 



Amanda Suarez 
Marketing 



Sarah Subba 
Political Science 



Susan Surratt 
Political Science 



Amanda Tantum 
Biology/Span ish 



Michael Taylor 
International Manage- 
ment 



Denise Taylor 
Political Science 



Jennie Thome 
General Business 



James Tinsley 
Management 



Kelly Underwood 
Communications 



Sylvia Vigil 
Sports and Exercise 
Science 



Mindi Walker 
Biology 



Carmelita Wallace 
Biology 




David Svsanson 
American Studies 




Valery Terrier 
General Business 




Samantha Valentine 
General Business 




Cliristina Warner 
Histoid 



The "ccm'lwy 
comedian " 
entertains the 
audience in Nite 
Lites. Part of his act 
involved singing. 



Seniors 85 







Austin Warrin 
Finance 



Leslie Williams 
Finance 




William Watson III 
Finance 



Devon Weaver Andrew Weitzman 

Elemenlaiy Education Psycholoijy 



Michelle Whitaker 

Marketing 




Jason Wolt'ord 
Finance 



Jennifer Wooten 
Spanish 



Davina Yetter 
Coniimmications 



David Young 
Coinniiinications 




What are 
Omar 

Vargas's post- 
graduation 
plans? "I'm 
going to work 
for IBM in 
California." 



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"I want to go 
to law 
school; I'm 
just not sure 
where yet," 
states 
Tammie 
Crawford. 



Eric Roth 
says that he 
wants "to go 
to grad 
school and 
eventually 
med school." 




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Seniors 87 



Michelle Abrisch 98 
Matthew Adam 00 
Bryan Allen 99 
Felicia Altenburser 00 



Oscar Alvarado 98 
Jonathan Anderson 99 
Phillip Anderson 00 
Jayson Apelquist 99 



Gabriel Araya 98 
Belem Arcos 00 
Robert Ashodian 99 
Staci Baird 98 



Gina Baker 99 
Walter Ballard 99 
Keri Bell 98 
Ginger Berry 99 



Laura Beyrle 00 
KeliiBiferie99 
DaiTin Bigwaife 98 
Lauren Bishop 98 



Benjamin Bodden 99 
Ann Bourtros 99 
Morgan BraineOO 
Winston Brasor99 



Susan '"'rockmeyer99 
Sasha Bruce 99 
AletheaBonello98 
Kim Boswell 98 





Tanya Brousseau 98 
Kurtis Brouwer 98 
John Bubba 99 
Susan Byrd 98 



Susana Campos 99 
Kristen Carbone 00 
A.C.Cashdollar99 
Laura Cazella 00 



Maria Chitty 99 
Julie Christensen 99 
Vincent Citro 98 
Elena Clark 99 



Jeffrey Clark 98 
Andrea Cocozello 99 
Demeccia Collins 00 
Molly Connelly 98 



Jamie Cooper 99 
Andrew Coulson 99 
Heidi Craft 99 
Eric Dean 99 



TonyDemil98 
Robert Dempster 98 
Ambika Devacaanthan 00 
Brett DiMarzo 98 




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89 



R & R--Definitely 
A Necessity 




Exams, papers, projects— these are all 
important aspects of college life, but so is getting a 
little rest and relaxation. 

When students tlnd themselves stressing over 
their work, academic, and other demands, many tlnd 
that exercising, pursuing a hobby, or just hanging out 
helps alleviate life's pressures. One can observe 
rollerbladers and bicyclists making tracks all over 
campus and others just lounging on a bench or the 
grass. 

Sam Johnston can be seen nearly every day 
exercising at the local YMCA. According to him, 
"School is important, but so is my sanity." Exercise is 
his outlet and helps keep him functioning. When he 
feels better, he says his academic performance will 
also be better. 



Above: Students find time to luini; 
out around the CUB while Tom 
Hanks fibns in the faculty lounge for 
an upcoming film. Some students 
were able to meet Hanks during his 
stav in Deland. 



Below: Students play frishee and 
lay around during an afternoon 
"lunch and music" gathering. 
BSU hosted the event. 




90 




Ernest Dixon 99 
Matthew Driggers 00 
Jon Duff 98 
Mei-Ling Echevarria 00 



Samari Echevarria 99 
Emily Eisenhauer 99 
Sarah Swanson 00 
Frank Farmer 98 



April Farson 98 
Wendy Fernandez 98 
Elizabeth Fogleman 00 
Lori Ann Francis 98 



Cheryl Frazier 98 
Monika Fu 00 
Stephanie Galfano 98 
Gabriel Gehret 00 



BethGibbs99 
Cedric Gil 00 
James Godwin 00 
Armistead Grandstaff 99 



Andrea Gregg 98 
Jennifer Grillo 98 
Laurie Guenther 99 
Stacey Gum 98 



MelanieHarrell98 
Joseph Harrin 00 
Dan Harron 98 
Jonathan Heinz 98 



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Brian Henderson 99 
Kristin Henschel 98 
Vanessa Hernandez 98 
Aaron Hero 99 



AlexHerzfeld98 
Tara Hoffman 99 
Tim Holt 00 
Jeff House 99 



Wendy Howland 99 
Jennifer Hughes 00 
Kathryn Innes 98 
Cathy Irza 98 



Chris Ivey 98 
Michael Jaeckle 99 
Eric Jahrmann 98 
JuanaJaimes98 




Bictl Chilclcr.s lakes a break 
from Greenfeather 
Olympics. Brell partici- 
pated for his fraternity 
Sigma Nil and for Phi Alpha 
Delta, the pre-taw fraternity, 
of which he is president. 




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Mario Jaramillo 00 
Renzo Jimenez 98 
RonikaJindal98 
Larisa Johnson 99 



Sally Johnson 98 
Frank Kahoun 99 
Abbie Kelly 99 
Werner Kettelhack 99 



Kevin Keyser 99 
Thomas King 98 
Kathleen Klesius 00 
Anna Kline 00 



Clara Knotts 99 
Brandon Knox 98 
Juju Kongwaree 98 
Sarah Krajacic 98 



Katee Kramer 98 
JillLabram98 
David LaRocque ' 
Leisle Lee 98 



DavwiLegnini99 
David Leidel 99 
Catherine Lockhart 99 
Robbie Logan 99 



Beth Luongo 99 
Jennifer Lnznar 98 
Natalie Lyman 00 
Karen Lyster 98 



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Hangin' Out With 
Hallmates 




Many students find that the best way to meet 
people on campus is by getting to know their 
halhnates. Particularly tbrprimaiily freshmen halls 
such as Smith, hallmates often become and remain 
close friends. 

Hall programs provide an easy way for 
students to get to know their neighbors. Resident 
Assistants (R. A. s) are trained in creating a commu- 
nity-like atmosphere for their halls, and they are 
required to plan and participate in programs. R.A. 
Stephanie Galfano advises everyone, and especially 
first-year students, "to go to hall programs. They can 
be a lot of fun!" 



Above: Chaudoin's Second South 
residents Paola Aglilaghanian and 
Kim Cuminings enjoy smorcs during 
an cxam-weeli study break. Lori Ann 
Frcnues. the hall's R.A.. made sure to 
have plenty of snacks and breaks 
planned for the week. 



Below: Julie Soule ami Jamie 
Schneider display their final 
creation in a hall-wide pumkin- 
can'ing contest. Resident halls 
usually have one hall-wide 
program per month. 




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Taryn Lynn 00 
Ian MacDonald 98 
Shannon MacLaughlan ' 
Laura Majersky 00 



John Maple 99 
Emily Marder 00 
Brett Markey 98 
Christine Markey 00 



Brande Martin 98 
Caricia Martinez 99 
Michael Mcgovem 99 
Kerry McGowan 00 



Adam Mclntyre 99 
William McKee 
Kyle McLean 00 
Clayton McMahon 00 



Jennifer Messina 99 
Kristy Miller 98 
Rebecca Mills 99 
Kathy Mitchell 00 



Wendy Moore 99 
Hillary Morgan 00 
Jeff Murphy 98 
Spring Neal 99 



Brace Negron 98 
Angelito Nepomuceno 00 
Shawn Nichols 00 
Andrew Pachon 99 



95 



Margaret Painter 00 
Stacey Patrone 00 
Shannon Patterson 98 
Jennifer Pawlak 99 



Kelly Pentz 98 
Kristin Perry 98 
Michael Pickett 98 
Deborah Pinkston 98 



Wendy Plyman 98 
Shermika Powell 00 
Catherine Proffit 00 
Douglas Pugh 99 



Jennifer Pugh 98 
Lan Thi Quang 99 
Thomas Rabeno 98 
ErikaRaefski98 



Melissa Randolph 98 
Cherrie Pauls 99 
Sarah Reed 00 
Shoshana Resnick 00 



Bryttnee Roberts 98 
Calvin Robertson 98 
Tracey Robinson 99 
Richard Rodriguez 98 



Sabrina Rodriguez 99 
Andres Rohl 98 
RyanRohn98 
Jennifer Ross 99 



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Amy Powell 98 
Brandon Russ 98 
Denise Russell 98 
Sasha Salerno 98 



Charles Sanchez 98 
Shiran Samarawickrama98 
Patrice Scanlon 00 
Jamie Schneider 98 



Jolie Sciturro 99 
Jordan Schuck 97 
Christian Seeman 99 
Nathalie Segeral 98 



Jessica Shepard 98 
Wilbem Simpson 00 
MarkSiviter99 
Anne Snyder 00 



Dr. Mankin introduces 
her daughter Sofia to 
Stetson students. 
Many faculty members 
have children that can 
be seen with mom or 
dad around campus. 



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Shelly Softer 99 
Robert Sorensen 99 
Jennifer Speck 98 
Lara Spencer 98 



Nicole Stafford 99 
Robert Steudle 98 
Claudia Stites 98 
Elaine Stonn 00 



Sarah Stringer 00 
Lu Ssu-Hao 98 
Jammie Swain 98 
Michael Sweeney 00 



Lisa Talamas 99 
Tara Taylor 99 
Rachel Thiede 99 
AsherThiele99 



Jennifer Thompson 00 
Kristy Thomson 99 
Nicole Tindell 98 
RanellTinslev(X) 



Dawn Trentine 00 
Marie Tripp 98 
Allison Turner 98 
Micah Turner 99 



Jason Valkenburg 99 
Jennifer Van Gemeil 99 
Andre Visser 00 
Julie Wagner 98 



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Shannon Wallace 98 
Matthias Weisheit 00 
BradWillenbrock99 
Jeffrey Willhite 99 



Charity WUliams 99 
Melissa Williford 99 
Shannon Wojchick 00 
Chris Wozniak 00 



Amy Wyatt 99 
Christina Wyatt 00 
JudyWytrwai98 
Amanda York 00 



Kimberiy Zahm 98 




Comedian Tommy 
Davidson staggers 
across the stage in the 
Edmunds Center 
Davidson entertained 
both the Stetson and 
local communities 
when performing for 
Stetson Weekend. 



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EDMUNOS CENTER 





knocking down the competition 



Stetson sports broke through this year 

with a record bang. It was an exciting 

year for all sports. Optimism began each 

season, and high hopes were rewarded by 

the tough athletes' persistant hard work. 

Although everyone may not have ended 

up on top, each team got better and 

stronger as the year progressed. As 

teams got better so did our facihties. With 

the addition of new tennis facilities and 

improvements throughout the gym, 

Stetson is sure to be up to par. 




A runner from JU trying to 

steal third is just a little late, as 

pitcher Jeff House throws him 

out. 




Georgia State tries to catch 
Julie Wagner on the field. 




W 1 



Ryan Gladieux prepares for his 

free-throw shot-Nothing but 

net! 



101 



It's chaos around the basket as Stet 
son attempts to score. 



Determined to get past FAV, David 
Watts knows what he wants, a score. 





Front Row: David Watts. Ouantas Simmons. ./cffWarhrilton. Fred Fntinman. David Hill. Chad lutmhert. Sate Miller. Back Row: Assistant Coach 
Rico Biirketl. Head Coacli Randy Brown. Kennilh Johnson. James Warjield. William Robertson. Milton Turner, Ryan (iladieux, Garrett Davis, 
Jeremiah Joseph, Assistant Coach Rick Walrond, Assistant Coach Andy McClouskey. 



102 



Hatter Basketball 




There is magic in 
believing 



To believe is to have trust and 
faith in something. For Randy 
Brown, Stetson's second year 
head coach, that something is 
teaching student-athletes how to 
play the game of basketball 
within a team-oriented atmo- 
sphere. 

"The only way we have a 
chance to be successful is if we 
play as a team," Coach Brown 
said. "What we are trying to 
emphasize to our players is that 
we are all here for each other. 
They must understand that their 
value to the team is only as good 
as what their teammates are 
putting into the program. No- 
body is above the team. Col- 
lectively, we can be pretty 




good. Everyone has to be in- 
volved because everyone is 
important on the team." 
The 1996-97 team had three 
returning starters, 5 returning 
letterwinnners, and 8 solid new- 
comers which put the team in 
good standing for a great sea- 
son. They wound up the sea- 
son with a 9- 1 8 overall mark and 
5-11 in the Trans America Ath- 
letic Conference. With many 
returning players in 97-98 the 
Hatters will be expecting an 
even greater record. 
Coach Brown ended the season 
with this: " Everyone on this 
team has a role, and for us to 
remain successful, each player 
must keep fulfilling his role." 

Forward Fred Entenman gets 
around FAU to put another one in 
the net for the Hatters. 

Kennith Johnson takes a shot 
gained from one of his turnovers. 
He turned over the ball four times 
in this bout with Florida Interna- 
tional. 



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Hatter Basketball 



Teamwork, unity, and a 
belief in each other 




Chad Lambert tries to pass the ball 
to a fellow hatter. Only one prob- 
lem, the panther is waiting. 

Milton Turner wants his teamates 
to know that even though he is 
heavily guarded, he wants the ball. 




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The theme of the Hatter basketball 
program is to focus on the team con- 
cept. 

Number 21, Garret Miller pushes it 
in for two more. 




Basketball players are actively in- 
volved in community service activi- 
ties. Here, several members visit the 
Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando. 



The Panthers attempt to block Hat- 
ter, Nate Miller, but to no avail he 
makes the basket. 



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A Hatter follows through with the 
game plan. Although he is being 
guarded he still manages to score. 

Watts attenips a three-pointer. As 
the crowd came to a hush they 
roared back up as it was nothing 
but net. 








Putting it in for another two, Fred 
Entenman racks up the points. 




FAU doesn 't even attempt to block 
a Hatter shot when it is sure to go in. 



J****'* 



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Hatter Basketball 



Focusing on the team 
concept 



David Watts makes a quick throw 
back to avoid the other team gain- 
ing possession. 





Hatters' abound for the ball, as it 
goes up and into play. 



Stetson 's Academic Study Table is a 
vital component to the Hatters ' suc- 
cess in the classroom. 



107 



Lady Hatters 
Basketball 



Stepping up to the 
Challenge! 



Riding the wave of en- 
thusiasm and excitement gen- 
erated from last year's success. 
Hatter basketball coach Dee 
Romine saw her team step up 
to the challangenge. History 
continued to repeat itself. 
Stetson showed a strong effort 
in the Trans America Athletic 
Conference, Since Romine 
was named head coach three 
years ago. The Hatters have 
finished one step above where 
they were picked in the pre- 
season poll. This year, the Hat- 
ters were picked second. 

Romine, 50-32 in three 
seasons at Stetson, had a strong 
nucleus of veterans and a tal- 
ented recruiting class to give 

Sophomore Sunshine Metro goes up 
for the rebound. 



Head Coach Dee Romine comes 
game stragey and give encourage- 
ment to the Lady Hatters. 



the Hatters the strength to com- 
pete for the TAAC title. Last 
year's squad set a school 
record for best conference fin- 
ish (second) and had its best 
overall record ( 19-9) since the 
1986-87 season. 

The Hatters had to 
work hard to keep their posi- 
tion in the TAAC Tourament, 
held here in Deland on March 
6-8. As usual. Conference 
competition was tough with 
powers Florida International 
and Florida Atlantic returning 
with the bulk of their teams. As 
many as ten teams had a legiti- 
mate chance to win the TAAC 
Championship. 





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;nior Guard Melissa Monroe recovers the 
ill for the Lady Hatters. 



Senior Center Taucier Smalls shoots for two 
points after a rebound against Western. 




Back Row: Assistant Coach Anthony Cemelich, Sunshine Metro, CharityWiliams, Jennifer Williams, Jennifer White, Head Coach Dee Roniine. Dana Bodner, Marsha Harrison, 
Joy Fraley, Nicole Knappmiller, Debbie Gadd. Front Row: Shannon Menapace. Cheryl Patton, Melissa Monroe, Liz Hufford, Tacier Smalls. Jenna Lehmann. Cynthia Will- 
iams, Jammie Swain, Heidi Kessinger. 



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Third Baseman Tim Braiiz checks 
to make sure he laid down the per- 
fect bunt. 

Centerfielder Ned French ran with 
all his heart to complete another 
Hatter run. 




Front Row: Eugene Hovd, Kavn Cameron, Mike Fellman, Tim liranz, Ken Cloolier, lioh Snatom, ('../. Fagan, Dan kuhan. Second Row: Gary 
Freisser, Kevin Nicholson, Fmmett lierherich. Coach Peter Dunn, Coach Riginos. I'cter IJashek, Fee Knight, .Joe Cincotta. Third Row: Todd 
Jordan, Clint Chrysler, Jason Shinlcy, Tony Morgan, Ned French, Fric Knott, Bryan Sands. Back Row: Jeff House. Sammy Serrano, Tim Parker, 
Matt Brown, Marc Matcham, Rohhy Morgan, Brooks Stephens, Luis Imsso. Not Pictured: Coach Hall, Sieve Costa 



Hatter Baseball 




Stetson Ranked Among 

Nation's Finest in 

1997 



When a ballclub has 
seven starters and a veteran 
pitching staff returning from a 
team that won 42 games and 
ad\anced to the NCAA 
Regionals for the first time 
since 1992. great things were 
expected for the season. This 
was the case for 1997 Stetson 
Hatters, who entered the sea- 
son ranked No. 16th by Base- 
ball America and No. 23rd b\ 
Collegiate Baseball. 

Led by 1996 Trans 
America Athletic Conference 
Coach of the Year. Pete Dunn 




(629-365 in 17 seasons at SU), 
the Hatters returned to the dia- 
mond w ith a high-powered of- 
fense and consistent pitching 
staff that strived to make its 
first trip to the college world 
series in Omaha. Nebraska. 
However, with a demanding 
TAAC schedule and a non- 
conference line-up that in- 
cluded 1 1 games against teams 
ranked in Collegiate 

Baseball's Fabulous 40 Pre- 
Season Poll, the road to Omaha 
was not easy 



Wmm Right-handed pitcher Matt Brown 
compiled his forth season for the 
Hatters by keeping his consistent 
successful style. 

Shortstop Tony Morgan catchs a 
fast grounder to third base. 



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Hatter Baseball 



Hatters host 
Trans America Athletic 
Conference Tournament 




Teammates Matt Brown and. Ken 
Cloutier watch on and give support 
during a critical play in the game. 

Catcher Mike Fellman catches hall 
after Cougar player strikes out. 




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Infielder Gary Preisser hits a line 
drive to second, scoring the Hatters 
another run. 

Pitcher Jeff House winds up for the 
pitch at Conard Park. 




Hatter team members talk over 
game strategy before a game. 

Catcher Sammy Serrano lines up for 
his swing. Bases loaded and two 
outs, no pressure here. 



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Pitcher Clint Chrysler get his signals 
form the catcher before he winds up 
for the pitch. 

Pitcher Rohby Morgan winds up for 
the pitch. 




Field Maintenance was a never 
ending job for the groundskeepers 

Outfielder C..I. Pagan hits a long 
fast drive to third base. 




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Hatter Baseball 



Hatters end the season 
on a tough swing 





Infielder Jason Shipley swings at a 
low ball and is still able to make a 
hit. 

Hatter team member slides into 
home for the winning play. 



115 



Hatter Volleyball 



Set, spike, dig: Three 

keys to the teams 

success 



In all her years here at Stetson, 
head coach Janiece Holder has 
had high expectations. This 
year the Hatters improved their 
overall record being 17-9. De- 
spite their loss, 0-6, at the 
TACC Tournament they still 
have great hopes for improve- 
ment and look forward to next 
year. 



Karen Hagman spikes the hall over 
the net. She proved to he a valuahle 
asset to the team. 

Stetson and its opposition congratu- 
late each other on a good game. This 
is a way ofhuilding team spirit and 
unity. 



Melissa Roy led the team with 
a record 432 kills and the team 
did an outstanding job with 
1304, a jump of over 200 from 
last years totals. The team hopes 
to improve another 200 next 
year with hope of gaining a 
place in the spotlight at the 
TACC tournament. 





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Melissa Roy leading the team in 
kills, has a special place for all of 
her shots to go. She also has a cheer- 
ing section to go along with. 

The team huddles up right before a 
game. It is here that all the plan- 
ning and praying takes place. 




Hatter Volleyball 1997: Melissa Roy, Nicolette Corso, Tricia Bacon, Bekah Sentgeorge, Catie Collins, Kelly 
Russell, Tanya Roe, Courtney Heaps, Karen Hagman, Taryn Lynn, Rebecca Flick, Courtney Davis, Erica 
Snyder, Rachel Piering. 



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Senior Alisa Richter carries the ball 
to the goal for the score. Seniors 
were the foundation of this \earlad\ 
Hatters. 

Junior Stacy Mack dribbling the the 
ball away from the Hatters goal. 






iMdy Hatter Sccer learn jor IW7: Melissa This 16, hrisly I'orcelli IS. A/e/ivvo Sireeler 6. Colleen Marscher N. Ashley Temple 23, Julie Wagner 17. Melisssa Engle 1(1. Slacey 
Mack 19.. Kellie Cashion 4, Theresa Henault IK. Tricia iMgan 22, wendy Holland 2. Tanya Hrousseau 9. Alisa Richler 7, Jill iMbram S, Megan Marscher 12, Tara Brousseau 20, 
Kellie Biferie 3. Sara Canatsey 13. Kate Blanchfield 21. Becca Whilaker II. Sylvia \'igil goalkeeper. 



118 



Hatter Soccer 



inior Dervis Manizade travels 
mnfieldfor the goal. 




Lady Hatters pull 

through for Stetson 

Soccer 



After the thrid season 
of rebuilding, mens soccer was 
hopeful for a strong season but 
the team still needed to build. 
Even with returning members 
the team suffered with a 2-11- 
2 season and poor performance 
in the TAAC tourment with a 
1-5 record. 

This year did see the 
addition of nine new 
freshaman Hatters to the team 
for 1996-97. With this addition 
of underclassmen players 
hopes are high for a strong 
1997-98 season. 

History was made by 



the Stetson women's soccer 
team this fall. It was only four 
years ago when Stetson Uni- 
versity lanched its inagural sea- 
son of women's soccer. Kellie 
Cashion, Tricia Lofan, Alisa 
Richter, Melissa Streeter and 
Sylivia Vigil provided head 
coach Bob Wilson with his first 
senior class in the program's 
existence. This five-person 
crew helped build the program 
over the last three years and has 
left and impressive mark on the 
record book with a 12-8 sea- 
son and TAAC 5-5 record. 




Front Row: Kane Mehaffey, 
Stian Tobiassen, Britt Young, 
Ryan Cowell, Derek Alander, 
Matt Bothwell, Jason Powell, 
Johnjiga, Michael Poole, Chris 
Dovan, Second Row: Assistant 
Coach Fred Hiilerr, Miguel 
Ruiz, Adam Ramsey, Hugh 
Richeson, Brandon Walker, 
Derrich Phillips, Derik Friod, 
Richard Serianni, Deris 
Manizade, Athletic Trainer 
John McFarland. Back Row: 
Andrew Felberg, Patrick Gra- 
ham, Lloyd Chamberlin, Brian 
Diebler, Blansett, Sandy 
Sandifer, Allen Mandell. Scott 
Bower, Tony Zizzo, Head Coach 



Tony McCall. 



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Cheer and Dance 



A great way to 

get the Hatter crowd 

pumped up 



An integral part of any sport- 
ing event here at Stetson were 
the cheerleaders and 
Synchwnicity. The cheerlead- 
ers were prepared to pump up 
any crowd with their booming 
voices and difficult stunts. With 
some returning members and a 
hearty bunch of newcomers 
they dazzled the crowd and did 



well in preparation for any up- 
coming competitions. Like- 
wise, no basketball game would 
be complete without the dance 
team. Synchwnicity performed 
during halftime and at various 
time-outs. No matter who 
pumped you up both squads 
were always strutting their stuff. 



Getting the crowd pumped up 
with team spirit, was one of the 
cheerleaders most difficult moves. 
Here, a traditional game cheer: 
STETSON. 




tetsorn 



Synchronicity prepare to strut their 
stuff during halftime. 



The crowd gets pulled to their feet 
as the squads pump them and the 
team up. 




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Hatter Softball 




Outlook: A new 

beginning for the 

coach, but veteran 

players 



Hatter Softball had a new coach 
at the helm this year. Frank 
Griffin joined the Hatters with 
high hopes. His background 
was extensive, having coached 
at Winthrop University for 
seven years. He was very ex- 
cited to get the season under- 
way with 1 1 returning 



letterwinners and six talented 
newcomers. The team gained 
valuable experience this year 
and left the season with a 21- 
25 overall record, which is a 
improvement from previous 
seasons. This year was 
defmately a great one for Grif- 
fin and the Hatters. 




Senior Captains: Danielle Mortiere, 
Lynda Knighton, Kate Blanchfield 



Front Row: Julie Wagner, Marie 
\ewsberry. Jean Bonnici, Susie 
Germer, Denise Casselman. Middle 
Row: Trainer Alisha Kettell. Shan- 
non Roberts, Bryttnee Roberts, 
Traci Brown, Lynda Knighton, 
Danielle Mortiere, Kate 
Blanchfield, Trainer Kellie Colon. 
Back Row: Coach Frank Griffin, 
Amanda York, Kelly Loughner, Jen- 
nifer Krull, Amy Curran, Wendy 
Smith, Coach Bob Gillies 

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1996-1997 Hatter 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



Palm Beach Atlantic 


W 


South Florida 


Furman 


L 


Portland State 


William & Mary 


W 


Army 


Wisconsin-Milwaukee 


L 


Liberty University 


Tennessee Temple 


W 


University of Detroit 


Florida 


L 


Northeastern University 


Mississippi 


L 


Winthrop University 


Youngstown State 


L 


Florida State 


Southern Methodist 


L 


St. Bonaventure University 


The Citadel 


W 


Southeastern Lousiana 


Samford 


2L 


Jacksonville State 


Jacksonville State 


W 


Central Florida 


SE Louisiana 


L 


College of Charleston 


Centenary 


W 


Campbell University 


Georgia State 


L 


Florida International 


Mercer 


W 


Florida Atlantic 


Florida International 


2L 


Ole Miss 


Florida Atlantic 


2L 


Georgia State 


Campbell 


2L 


Mercer 


College of Charleston 


2L 




Central Florida 


W 





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Sports Stats 



MEN'S GOLF 

Fall Season 

East Carolina Fall Intercollegiate 9th place 

Stetson Intercollegiate 2nd place 

Jacksonville State Intercollegiate 8th place 
Charleston Southern Fall Invitational 3rd 
place 

Spring Season 

Charleston Southern Spring Invitational 

2nd place 

Florida A&M Rattleer Invitational 3rd 

place 

The Citadle Invitational 6th place 

Stetson Tri-Meet 1st place 

Bethune-Cookman Tri-Meet 2nd place 

Mercer Spring Invitational 1 st place 

TAAC Championships 8th place 



WOMEN'S GOLF 

Fall Season 

Lady Seminole Invite 19th place 

Lady Sunshine Invite 12th place 

Charleston Lady Cougar Invite 1 1th place 

FIU/PAT Bradley Invite 14th place 

Spring Season 

FAU/Miami Classic 12th place 

SunTrust Collegiate Golf Invite 15th place 

Top Flite/Peggy Kirk Bell Invite 13th place 

Stetson vs Florida Southern L 
Ryder Florida Women's Collegiate 

Championship 11th place 

TAAC Championships 7th place 



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1996-1997 Hatter 



MEN'S TENNIS 



WOMEN'S TENNIS 



Jacksonville 


3W 


Florida A&M 


W 


Bethune-Cookman 


2W 


Central Florida 


L 


Florida International 


L 


Embry-Riddle 


W 


Eastern Michigan 


W 


Tampa 


W 


Duquesne 


W 


Indianapolis 


W 


Southern Illinois 


W 


Valparaiso 


W 


Akron 


W 


Liberty 


W 


Army 


L 


ST. John's 


W 


Toledo 


W 


Wright State 


W 


Delaware 


W 


TACC 


WL 



Bethune-Cookman 


2W 


North Florida 


L 


Florida A&M 


W 


Jacksonville 


W2L 


FIU 


L 


UCF 


L 


Oklahoma 


L 


James Madison 


L 


Presbyterian 


W 


Tenn. State 


W 


Illinois State 


L 


Akron 


W 


Georgia State 


W 


Toledo 


W 


Florida Southern 


L 


Rollins 


L 


TACC 


L 


VOLLEYBALL 




Jacksonville 


3W 


Flager 


W 


Georgia Southern 


W 


Troy State 


L 


UCF 


2L 


Stetson In\'ite 


4\\^ 


FAU 


2L 


FIU 


2L 


Coll. of Charleston 


2W 


Samford 


W 


Bethune-Cookman 


W 


Samford Classic 


2WL 


Palm Beach Atlantic 


W 


Florida A&M 


W 


Alabama-Birmingham 


L 



Sports Stats 



BASEBALL 

^outh Alabama 


L 


MEN'S SOCCER 




Jniv. Miami 


2W2L 


Georgia Southern 


T 


^outh Florida 


2W@L 


Jacksonville 


L 


Jniv. Kentucky 


2W 


FAU 


2L 


ru 


2L 


FIU 


2L 


Jniv. Michigam 


W 


St. Leo 


L 


jeorgia Tech 


L 


UCF 


WL 


jeorgia State 


L 


Campbell 


L 


VIercer 


W 


Wofford 


L 


^urdue 


W2L 


Holy Cross 


L 


Jniversity of Maine 


2W 


Detroit-Mercy 


L 


Mena College Saints 


4W 


Northeastern Illinois 


W 


\kron 

JNF 


W 

w 


WOMEN'S SOCCER 




jlarvard 


2WL 


South Alabama 


W 


JCF 


3W4L 


Centenary 


w 


JF 


2L 


Coll. of Charleston 


WL 


:^AU 


3W3L 


Appalachian State 


W 


:^iu 


5W3L 


FAU 


2W 


Bethune-Cookman 


2W 


FIU 


WL 


^oll. of Charleston 


2W 


Texas Tech 


L 


^maford 


2W 


UCF 


2L 


Dklahoma 


L 


Campbell 


WL 






Old Dominion 


L 






UNC 


W 


CROSS COUNTRY 




Jacksonville 


2W 


JCF Invite 




South Florida 


W 


Stetson Hatter Invite 








[acksonville Invite 








JF Invite 




CREW 




Florida Intercollegiate 




Stetson Sprints 




3ethune-Cookman 




President's Cup Regatta 




FAAC Championships 




Florida Crew Classic 





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Stetson and its community works hand in 
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community. 




A great way to pay for 

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Many students have cars on 
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I here once was a family who had a set ot 
twins. As the bovs grew older, they realized 

that one was the eternal pessimist and the 
other was the eternal optimist. One day, the 

parents deaded to take them to see a 

psNchologist, to see if he could "cure" their 

problem, .\fter a little thought, he felt that he 

could resolve it by putting the pessimist in a 

room full of every toy imaginable, while the 

optimist was stuck in a room full of horse 

manure. ".After this, the pessimist has got to be 

a little more optimistic and the optimist must 

be a little more pessimistic." .\ few hours past 

and thev deaded to check on the boys. The 
little pessismist \\as still unhappy. "Tliis tov is 

broken, this one is out of batteries, and this 
needs another to\- to be any fun!" he lamented. 
With one failure, the psychologist felt sure he 

would be successful with the second child. 
When the\- i>pened the door, though, the little 

optimist had found a shovel and he was 

laugliing and shoveling the manure all over the 

rixim. "WliN are you having such a good 

time'" asked the psxchologist. "Well," 

answered the optimist, "in all this mess, there's 

gotta be a pon\' somewhere'" 

WHERE'S THE 
PONY? 

It's wherever your family, friends, and 

heart nre! Thank \ou for evervthing! 

Love, Ciilieen 

Stetson Lruversity 
Class of 1997 



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Baby Boat in Augusta. Thanks, Dr. Rausch! Rocky steps! Practice at Beresford. Smiles! 

To my teammates: Stetson Crew was founded by students for 
students. The trips, the smiles, the workouts, the races, the medals, 
the lessons, and the friends, all are yours. Cherish them, enjoy them, 
and when you have to, defend them. Thank you all for four years of 
rowing, working, and playing. I will miss you! GOOD LUCK! 

Love, Marianne 




Halloween jacket! Boathouses:someday Stetson! Boston airport. Stetson V4+. Goodbye! 




Paula Louise Calabrese 

Dear Paula, 

From the tiny little angle we held in our arms 
to the beautiful woman you are today, you 
have made us so proud in so many ways. 
You are our first born and our first gradu- 
ate. No matter where life may lead you, 
never be afraid to reach for the stars for the 
sky is filled with miracles May God bless 
you today and always. Congratulations! 
With love always. 

Daddy, Mommy, Tommy, MaryLou, 
Alexis, and Eugene Jr. 



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Coriande Milne s 

We are so proud of you Cori. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 





Donelle Fink 

Donelley 



You didn^t stay little long enough... 
but we look forward to your grand adventure oflid\fe 
and all that it has to offer you. 

Capture the sprit of each day 
and truly enjoy, your smile will 
light the way. 
We love you 

Mom, Dady Lindsey and Devon 




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Mary Vanessa Antonie 



To our Mary Vanessa 

Congratulations on your Stetson Experience 

You have made us very proud. 

We will love you until the end of time. 

Mom and Dad 




k LIMERICK FOR MARY ON THIS SPECIAL OCCASION: 

HERE'S TO MARY, THE CHARMING GREEK 

AND THE LIFE AFTER STETSON SHE WILL SEEK 

FOUR YEARS IN THE SUN 

HAVE YIELDED GREAT FUN 

SHE'S ON A REAL WINNING STREAK! 

SHE'LL PURSUE A CAREER OF PSYCHIATRY 

ONWARDS AND UPWARDS TO A PHD 

BUT ACADEMICS, SHE'LL FIND 

ISN'T THE ANSWER TO THE GRIND 

A GOOD COUCH AND EARPLUGS IS THE KEY! 

MARY'S STUDIES WON'T BE IN VAIN 

YOU SEE, HER FAMILY IS THE ONE TO BLAME 

FOR ALL OF MARY'S GIVING 

SHE CAN NOW MAKE A LIVING 

TRYING TO KEEP THEM ALL SANE! 

CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK MARY' 

Love, 

Leah 





I got a little sister 
her name is Mary 
she's gonna graduate 
isn't that the cherry! 

I remember just yesterday 
her running around my feet 
that smile looking up at me 
it still feels so sweet! 

Now she's a lady 
with a career in mind 
no better little sister 
could I have hoped to find! 

Congratulations Mary, 
I'm proud of you, 
I Love you, 
Steven 




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" Through wisdom is an house buifded; 
and by understanding it is es-tablished: 

And by luiowiedge shall the chambers 
be fllied with aU precious and pleasant riches." 

Proverbs 24: 3-4 



Jim, 

Again you have proven that hard worlc 
and diligence have no substitutes! 
Congratulations on yet another successful 
milestone in your continuing journey 
through life! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Jeff, Ryan, Emily & Libby 





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congratulations Julia ! ! 



Your generous heart. 

Your enduring hard work, 

Your sense of humor. 

Your love for our family, 

and your deep faith in Christ, 

are the greatest treasures you have left behind 

and the greatest gifts for a blessed future. 

With all our love. 

Mom, Danny, Janette, Jaclyn,Dina 

Uncle Sam, Army, Margo & Said, Teh-Teh. 




"Cristina Maria 
Madrigal" 

The day you were born 
we knew you were a very 
special daughter. We are 
very fortunate to be your 
parents. Thanks for all 
those precious moments. 
We will cherish them 
forever. We love you. 
Mom 

& 
Dad 
Congratulations Tina! 
Follow your dreams 
Love Rocky & 
Diana 



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10 my DEfti GiWPi^'pR^^GdVTTjK, 
Ofi rtR«a. G^S.Oct)U^TlCW DfrV- ALL 

sToeM, AND I e^jPCrcrrmi 

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Incn 1 heard Hie voice of Ine Lord, saying, Wliom snail 1 send, and who 
will go lor L's. Inen 1 said. Here am 1. Send me! Isaiali 6:8 








Dear Colette, It is with great pride that I 
write this message to you in yon Senior 
annual. I can look hack on your 22 years 
and say what a pleasure it has been to be 
your Mom. You have always been a ray of 
s-unshine and happiness to this Jamily. 
Thank you for allowing us to share the ups 
arid downs in your life. Stay on the narrow 
road and continue to trust in the Lord in all 
things. God has his hand on you and will 
take you exactly where He wants you to go. 
1 love you, Mom 



Dear Colette, I am truly blessed that our 
Lord has allowed me the opportunity to 
help you andMackgrow. All oftlte study 
and. all of the time spent worrying about 
profcs.9ors. grades, finanees, sprains atui 
sneezes has ended. I am so proud of you. 
You have rejrreseyited your family well. 
Grandma Kitchel would be very proud. 
You have acted with courage and ititegrity 
and character. Continue to carry yourself 
proudly and always remanber to 'do the 
right thing'. 

Love. Bill 





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Gentle Words of Encouragement 
Spend every day preparing for the next. 

Dear Audrie Joyce Malone, 

As you reach forward with one hand, accept the advice 
of those who have gone before you, and in the same 
manner reach back with the other hand to those who 
follow you: for life is a fragile chain of experiences held 
together by love. Take pride in being a strong link in that chain. 
Discipline yourself, but do not be harsh. The pleasures of life are yours 
to be taken. Share them with others, but always remember that you, too 
have earned the right to partake. Know those who love you: love is the 
finest of all gifts and is received only to be given. Embrace those who 
truly love you: for they are few in a lifetime. May you see the love 
around you in everything you do, and when troubles seem to surround 
you, may all the love shine through. 




You are blessed - you are loved 



Love, 

Mom, Dad and sister, Amanda 







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S Jieain 




CONGRATULATIONS AMY 

We are very proud of you and your 
many accomplishments. Our love 
and prayers will always be with 
you as you strive to attain your 
goals. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Greg 
and Keith 



DENISE LINDLEY UPHAM 

LOVE AND CONGRATULATIONS, 

MOM 




LOOK OUT WORLD. HERE I COME! 



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Veneshu - 

We are so proud of you. You have accomplished something in your Hfe some people only dream of. You have filled our lives with joy and happi- 
ness. So as you take this big step in life remember we are always here for you. 

Love always. Mom. Scott. Kiniberly 




CONGRATULATIONS 
SHELLY 

We wish you all the best of luck for a 
bright and happy future and remem- 
ber, we cannot direct the wind, but 
we can adjust our sails. 

With all our love 

Dad, Kathy, Erika & Chad 



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Senior trip - Bariloche Arg. 




Universidad del Salvador Bs As Arg 



Ro's first job Bs As Arg. Today. Stetson. Madrid and a future 
with endless possibilities Deland. 
FL. 



Fe quiero Hija. 



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146 




"Just what we always wanted!" 

A sweet, loving daughter 

caring & giving, dependable & true. 

We are very proud of your academic achievement and even more proud of your sweet nature, 
your generous spirit and the beautiful young woman we have watched you become. 

Julie Plum we love you! 

Congratulations from 
Mom, Dad, Jon & Jenny 
Mama, Papa, Gramma Mags 
and the rest of your family 



147 



To Leila, 





Life's Mirror 

There are loyai hearts, there are spirits brave. 

There are souls that are pure and true; 

Then give to the world the best you have. 

And tiie best will come back to you! 

Give love, and love to your life will flow, 

A strength in your utmost need: 

Have faith, and a score ofheaiis will show 

Their faith in your word and deed. 

Give tmtlu and your gitt will be paid in kind, 

And honor will honor meet; 

And a smile that is sweet will surely find 

A smile that is Just as sweet. 

Give sonvw and pity to those who mourn; 

You will gather in flowers again 

The scattered seeds of your thought outbome. 

Though the sowing seemed but vain. 

For life is the mirror of king and slave- - 

^Tisjust what we are and do; 

Then give to the world the best you have, 

And the best will come back to you! 

All through your life you have done things to the best of your ability, as you go 
into the world, remember it's the way to success. We are so proud to see you 
through yet another great accomplishment. 

We love you and wish you the best in all you do! 
Dad, Mom, William, Lesley and Laura 



148 



CONGRATULATIONS UNCLE DENNIS 



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Congratulations, Tom! 

We are so proud of all your 

accomplishments. 

Love, 

Dad and Mom 




Congratulations on 
reaching this important 
milestone in your life. 
Mom, Dad and Kelley 




Ro Kellie our beloved God- 
child. Your accomplish- 
ments have proven your 
intelligence, dedication and 
perseverance and we are so 
proud. I know your Godfa- 
ther is watching from 
beyond and smiling. We 
know you will continue to 
go far in life. Congratula- 
tions. 




Dearest Alisa, 

Reach high, for stars lie 

hidden in your soul. 

Dream deep, for every 

dream precedes the goal. 

Love. 

Mom, Dad & Trevor 



149 



YOU LIGHT UP MY 
LIFE 

So many nights I'd sit by my window, 
vvaiting for someone to sing me a song. 
So many dreams I Icept deep inside me. 
alone in the darlc. but now you've come 
along. 

You light up my life. You give me hope. 
:o cany- on. You light up my days and fill 
my nights with song. 

Rollin' at sea, adrift on the v^'aters could 
it be finally I'm turning for home. 
Finally a chance to say, "Hey, I love 
vou." Never again to be all alone. 

You light up my life. You give me hope, 
to carry on. You light up my days and fill 
my nights with song. 

We Love You Punkin, 
Mom & Dad 









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Dear Kristin, 

It seems like not so long ago that you were brought into this world. 
It seems like not so long ago that you started your first day of school. 
It seems like not so long ago that you started Junior High School. 
It seems like not so long ago that you started High School. 
It seems like not so long ago that you started College. 

We remember the years as though it were yesterday, and we remember how 
our little girl has grown into a young woman that we arc very proud of and 
admire very much. As you graduate and enter the world of business, we 
want you to know that we wish you the very best of everything the world has 
to offer and that we love you very much. 





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Dear Ben, 

Congratulations to our wonderful graduate. We 

are proud of your accomplishment. Dear son and 

brother, the world awaits you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Todd & Jess 




People have daughters and people have sons 

God in His wisdom gave us CHARISE YUN 

You captured our hearts even before you were one 

Teem with brother you gave us lots of fun 

With diligence now a degree from Stetson you've 

won 

May your steps be continually guided by God's 

Son 

We love you and are very proud of you 
Dad, Mom and Ki 



151 








Dear David. 

You are one of those rare individuals who has used your intellect, hard work and perseverance to achieve the high goals that you 
have always set for yourself. Sometimes the obstacles seemed to be insurmountable but you always forged ahead with determi- 
nation and optimism and were ultimately successful. 

As your journey through life continues, you will be faced with many important decisions. The path you take through life may 
not be well worn but may pave the way for others to follow. 

Keep your faith in God. cherish yesterday, live for today, and plan for tomorrow. Just follow your rainbow, with Chris as your 
guide — and remember to thank Him for the many talents He has bestowed upon you. 

Congratulations on your graduation! 

Love. Dad, Mom, and Nicole 



152 



Kristy, 

Your hard work, grades and determina- 
tion have been superior. All your 
achievements have been outstanding 
and are to numerous to list. 




As for your success the sky is the limit. You never cease to amaze us and we are extremely proud of you. Keep God first in 
you life always. Our hearts are full of pride and joy and our live for you has no end. 

Congratulations! With our love. Momma & Daddy 






Jen, 

Congratulations! We are very proud of all your achievements, but it's what's inside of you that makes you such a special 

daughter! Best wishes for continuous success and happiness! 

Love, 

Mama & Daddy 



153 




Dear Heather, 
Our pride and joy is 
boundless in you. 
Love, Mom & Dad 




CONGRATULATIONS 

BRIDGET 

ON YOUR WELL-EARNED DEGREE. YOU DESERVE TO BE PROUD OF ALL OF YOUR 
ACCOMPLISHMENTS THESE PAST FOUR YEARS AT STETSON. 

MAY GOD'S BLESSINGS GO WITH YOU AS YOU FACE A NEW CAREER AND NEW 
CHALLENGES. 

LOVE MOM, DAD. AND SISTERS 



154 




Leda, 



You have always been persistent in striving to be among the best in what- 
ever you have undertaken. We are very proud of the achievements that you 
have made at Stetson. 

With love and affection, 

Mom and Dad 



155 





Dearest Kellie, 

You have accomplished so 
much in 22 years. We are very 
proud of you. We thank God 
every day for giving you to 
us. May God bless you and 
continue to guide you always. 
(Smooch) 

With all our love, 
Mom, Dad & Freddy 




156 




Dear Jennifer, 

Wishing you health, happiness, and success, now, and in the future. May all your dreams come 

true! 

Love, 

Mom, Kimberly, and Sabrina 

(Dad, too!) 




"Yvonne Georgi, born July 27, 1975 in Hannover/Germany is the second 
daughter of Dimitri Georgi, electronics engineer and his wife Christa, sec- 
retary for foreign languages. 

After having finished her high school in Germany, Yvonne started her stud- 
ies at Stetson University in September 1994 emphasizing liberal arts as well 
as English and French. 

She is a very open-minded person with widespread interests, especially for 
foreign languages. She speaks fluently German, English and French and 
still wants to learn Italian and Greek. Traveling is one of her most favourite 
hobbies, another one is horseback riding. Grown up with horses she is very 
fond of animals and used to have all kinds of them at home. 

She loves theatre, art, music and fashion and reads piles of fashion maga- 
zines. 

As profession she intends to become a journalist. Yvonne already complet- 
ed an internship at a magazine for young and active people in her hometown 
in Germany. 

For the summer 1998 she plans another internship with the Gemian televi- 
sion company ARD in Washington. 

She is an independent and critical young spirit always eager to meet other 
people as well as other countries and cultures." 



157 




Omar you are an excel- 
lent son and human 
being. We are so much 
proud of your accom- 
plishments. You got a 
great personality. God is 
blessing you forever. 

Loves. 

Mom, Marian 

and 

the rest of the 

family 




KEEP STRIVING FOR YOUR DREAM 

KEEP BELIEVING IN YOURSELF 

KEEP BEING WHO YOU ARE 

We are very proud and look for- 
ward to your future successes 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Chris 




Congratulations to David 
Swanson! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Jeff 




Jacob Dwight Smith 

Stetson Cross 
Country 1993- 1996 



BUT THEY THAT WAIT UPON 
THE LORD. SHALL RENEW 
THEIR STRENGTH: THEY 
SHALL MOUNT UP WITH 
WINGS AS EAGLES, THEY 
SHALL RUN AND NOT BE 
WEARY, AND THEY SHALL 
WALK. AND NOT FAINT. 
ISAIAH 40:31 



Congratulations Alicia! 

We are so proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Alison & Andrea 




158 




Jennifer. 

From the moment we saw you, we knew you were 
going to be special. We were right. You have been 
all we"\e prayed for and more. 

We love you, 

Mom & Dad 



Our dear Suzanne. 

All of the hours of study and practice, practice. 

practice have brought you to this special time in 

your life. You are our treasure a gift we 

offer to the world. 

Love. Dad and Mom 




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Congratulations Barbie .... we are very proud of you! You have worked hard to get to this 
place! You deserve a great future! 

'And God is able to make all grace abound in you, so that in all things at all times, 
having all that you need, you will abound in every good work' 

2 Corinthians 9:8 
Dad, Mom, Debbie, Charlie, Kerri-Anne, Grandparents and all your friends ... ! 



JAIME NICOLE, 

YOU ARE LOVED 
FOR THE LITTLE GIRL YOU WERE 
FOR THE SPECIAL YOUNG WOMAN 
YOU ARE 

AND FOR THE WONDER- 
FUL DAUGHTER 
AND SISTER 
YOU WILL ALWAYS BE 
WITH ALL OUR LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, AND MICHELE 





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Dear Gina, 

You did it!! We are so proud of your accomplishments in becoming a teacher. Your strength, ded- 
ication, and integrity withstood the many obstacles that came your way. Our love and congratu- 
lations we give you this day! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Deb, 
Nannie/Pop, Grandma/ 
Grandpa, and Muff 

"But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; 
they will run and not grow weary Isaiah 40:31" 



161 




The 
sky's 

the 
limit! 

For 

J. Max Pedota 

and the 

Class of '97 
Stetson University 



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AnaStasia (Of the Resurrection. When All Things Are New) 




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ANASTASIA M4RIE PICRAS 

STASIS. Congratulations, we are so proud of you and your accomplishments. May the Lord continue to guide you and 
direct \ ou. Ma_\" He al\va\ s be a lamp unto your feet, and a light unto your path. We love you Ver\' much. 

Dad. Mom. and Jason 



Karen. 

To eventhing there is a season, and 
a time to everj' purpose under the 
heaven: 

A time to be bora, and a time to die: 
a time to plant, and a time to pluck up 
that which is planted .... 
The seeds you planted as a child are 
now begiiming to flourish. You have 
grown in to a young woman that any 
mother would be proud of. Your 
strength and determination continue to 
maze me ever\ day. 

As you go out into the world reach 
for the stars. Never give up on your 
dreams. 

.All m\ loN'e. 
mom 




Arin Camp 

Congratulations and God"s 

blessings on you! We are 

ver\' proud of you 1 

Love. 

Mom. Dad. Amy. Alyson & 

Dustin 





Dearest Kim. 

Ever since the first time we saw you, our 
hearts and h\ es have been filled w ith 
love, joy, laughter and pride. 
You are a treasured gift of love and a 
never ending source of jo\ . 
Know that you are loved as the wonder- 
ful daughter you've always been and the 
thoughtful and caring woman you"\e 
become. 

You've always made us proud to be 
known as "Kim's Mom & Dad." 
We take great pride in your accomplish- 
ments and wish you continued success 
in all you do. 

With all oiu' love always. 
Mom & Dad 




Melanie, 

Keep your bright-eyed out- 
look on life and everything 
\\ ill go your way. We love 
\ou and are \en proud of 
_\ou. 

Mom and Dad 



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Index 



Abrisch. Michelle 66. 88 
Adam. Julie 76 
Adam. Matthew 88 
Aghlaghanian. Paola 76 
Alander. Derek 119 
Alexander. Derek 76 
Alishahi, Marsha 64 
Allen, Bryan 88 
Allender. Steven 76 
Altenburger. Felicia 00 88 
Alvarado. Oscar 88 
Amoakohene. Afua 76 
Anderson. Jonathan 99 88 
Anderson. Phillip 88 
Ann. Catherine Finney 77 
Ann. Lori Frances 94 
Ann. Lori Francis 49. 91 
Apelquist. Jayson 88 
Araya, Gabriel 88 
Arcos. Belem 88 
Arellan. Marianne 76 
Ashodian. Robert 88 
Aycrigg. Alex 76 



B 



Baird. Staci 88 
Baker. Cynthia 76 
Baker. Cythia 64 
Baker. Gina 88 
Baker. Kerry 76 
Ballard. Walter 49. 88 
Baran. Gilbert 76 
Barnes, Ty 49 
Bauer, Stephanie 49, 57 
Bautista, Nicole 76 
Beaty, Leda 76 
Bell. Keri 75. 88 
Bender. Steve 67 
Berberich. Emmett 110 
Berg-Sonne. Pia 76 
Bergen. Dave 33 
Berry. Ginger 88 
Beyrle. Laura 88 
Biello, Claudia 64 
Biferie, Kelli 88 
Biferie, Kellie 118 
Bigwarfe, Darrin 88 
Birmingham, Stacy 57, 64 
Bischoff, Jennifer 64 
Bishop, Lauren 88 
Blanchfield, Kate 118, 121 
Blansett 119 
Bob, Coach Gillies 121 
Bodden, Benjamin 88 
164 



Bodner, Dana 109 
Boitano. Liz 10. 57 
Bonell. letha 45 
Bonello, Alethea 88 
Bonnici, Jean 121 
Bossert, Troy 3 
Boswell. Kim 45. 66. 88 
Bothwell. Matt 119 
Bourtros. Ann 88 
Bowen, Shani 18 
Bower, Scott 119 
Bower-Margard, Shannon 81 
Boyd. Eugene 1 10 
Bradford. Bruce 33 
Braine. Morgan 88 
Branz. Tim 110 
Brasor. Winston 88 
Brockmeyer, Susan 99 88 
Brockmeyer, Susie 57 
Brousseau, Tanya 118. 89 
Brousseau. Tara 1 1 8 
Broutman. Amy 33 
Brouwer, Kurtis 89 
Brown. Coach Head Randy 

102 
Brown. Lindsey 57 
Brown. Matt 110, 111, 112 
Brown. Randy 103 
Brown. Traci 121 
Bruce. Sasha 88 
Bryant. Alicyn 76 
Bryant. Keith 61. 76 
Bubba. John 89 
Buckles, Shaina 19 
Burkett, Coach Assistant Rico 

102 
Burley, Kathy 33 
Burley, Steve 33 
Byrd, Susan 89 
Byron. Sheila 33 



Calabrese. Paula 55. 76 
Cameron. Rayn 1 1 
Campbell. Julie 76 
Campos. Susana 55. 89 
Canatsey, Sara 1 1 8 
Caraminas. Katie 64 
Caraminas. Missy 64 
Carbone, Kristen 60, 60, 89 
Carlino, Michael 76 
Carpenter. Stacie 49 
Carpenter.. Todd 61 
Carrington. Rodney 9 
CashdoUar, A,C. 61, 89 
Cashion, Kellie 118, 119 
Casselman., Denise 121 
Cazella, Laura 89 
Cemelich. Anthony 109 
Chamberlin. Lloyd 1 19 
Chapman. Patrick 61 
Childers, Brett 92 



Chisholm, Leila 76 
Chitty, Maria 89 
Christensen, Julie 89 
Chrysler, Clint 110, 114 
Ciglar. Steven 76 
Cincotta.. Joe 110 
Citro, Vincent 89 
Clark, Elena 89 
Clark, Jeffrey 89 
Clootier, Ken 110 
Clough, Francesca 49, 64 
Cloutier, Ken 112 
Clyatt, Kelly 64 
Cocozello, Andrea 89 
Collins, Demeccia 89 
Collins, Jenny 60, 60 
Colon, Kellie 76 
Connelly, Molly 89 
Cooper, Jamie 76, 89 
Corder, Sarah 64 
Corso, Nicolette 3 
Cotner, Sara 49 
Coulson. Andrew 89 
Coulter, Leslie 50, 64 
Cowell, Ryan 119 
Cox. Philip 76 
Craft. Heidi 89 
Craig. Brantley 76 
Grain. Joey 61 
Crawford. Tammie 15. 76 
Crawford., Tammie 87 
Crowder, David 77 
Cummings. Kim 94 
Cummings. Kimberly 77 
Cunard, Rani 64 
Curran. Amy 121 
Curtis. Chrissy 64 



D 



D.. Paul Steeves 37 
Daire. Andrew 33 
Daku. Bridget 64. 77 
Dambrauskas. John 67 
D'Ambrosio. Joseph 77 
Dannhauser. Benjamin 77 
Davidson. Tommy 9. 99 
Davis. Garrett 102 
Dean, David 77 
Dean, Eric 89 
Dearing. Sarah 64 
Delacruz. Lyzka 64 
Demil, Tony 89 
Deinpster, Robert 89 
Devacaanthan, Ambika 50 
Devacaanthan, Ambika 00 89 
Devaney, Desiree 20 
DeWindt, Alexia 64 
DiCarlo. James 55 
DiCaro, Rachel 49 
Dickson, Wayne 33 
Dietrich, Jason 61 
Diebler, Brian 119 



DiMarzo, Brett 89 
Dine, Susanne 77 
Dixon, Ernest 91 
Dorton, Brandy 77 
Douberly, Rhyanne 77 
Douglas, H. Lee 31 
Dov. Chris 119 
Doyle, Catherine 77 
Dr., : McCoy 79 
Driggers, Matt 20 
Driggers, Matthew 91 
Duff, Jon 91 
Dugger, Melissa 77, 83 
Dunlop, James 77 
Dunlop, Jim 57 
Dunn, Pete 1 1 1 



E 



Echevaria, Samari 60, 60 
Echevarria, Mei-Ling 00 91 
Echevarria, Samari 91 
Ed, Deacon 55 
Ed, eacon Rinderle 55 
Eisenhauer. Emily 55. 91 
Elizabeth. Mary Knapp 49 
Engle. Melisssa 118 
Entenman. Fred 102, 106 
Eugene, Dr. S. Lubot 31 
Ezzell, Michael 77 



Fagan, C.J. 110. 114 
Farmer, Frank 91 
Farson, April 49. 91 
Felberg, Andrew 1 19 
Fellman. Mike 110. 112 
Fernandez. Wendy 91 
Finger. Kenneth 77 
Fink, Donelle 77 
Fisher, Gina 77 
Floyd, Karisa 68 
Fogle, Kirsten 33 
Fogleman, Elizabeth 00 91 
Fraley, Joy 109 
Francis 49 
Franklin, Amy 77 
Frazier, Cheryl 91 
Freer, Amy 64 
French, Ned 110 
Fricke, Erica 45 
Friod, Derik 119 
Fu, Monika 91 



G 



Gadd, Debbie 109 
Galfano, Stephanie 98 91 
Gallagher, Stephaine 19 
Gallimore, Galen 77 
Galtieri, Josette 79 



Gamache, Chris 77 
Garrity., Meredith 49 
Gehret. Gabe 57, 61 
Gehret. Gabriel 91 
Germer, Susie 121 
Gibbs. Beth 91 
Gil, Cedric 91 
Gillis, Mary 49 
Gionis, Krisa 78 
Gladieux, Ryan 101, 102 
Glander. George 33 
Gnaizda, Melanie 78 
Godwin, Colleen 55, 78 
Godwin, James 91 
Godwin, Trey 55 
Gonzales.. Lisa 49 
Goodman. Lauren 26 
Gould, David 55, 78 
Graham, Patrick 119 
Grandstaf, Armested 6 1 
Grandstaff, Armistead 50 
Grandstaff, Armistead 99 9 1 
Graper, Lauren 64 
Gre, Andrea 45 
Greenwood, Kristin 78 
Gregg, Andrea 9 1 
Gregory, Cheryl 34 
Griffin, Frank 121 
Grillo, Jennifer 91 
Groom. John 78 
Guenther, Laurie 91 
Gum, Stacey 91 



H 



Hackert, Matt 57 
Hagman, Karen 116, 78 
Hall. Coach. Steve Costa 1 10 
Hall, Erin 78 
Hamel, Angela 78 
Hannah, Barbie 64 
Hannan, Barbie 78 
Haroff, Holly 64 
Harrell, Melanie 91 
Harrin, Joseph 91 
Harrison, Marsha 109 
Harron, Dan 91 
Hartzell, Katie 60, 60 
Hatchman, Courtney 78 
Hauck, Peter 34 
Hauge, Kristen 78 
Heinz, Jonathan 91 
Henault, Theresa 118 
Henderson, Brian 92 
Hendrie, Amy 60, 60 
Henschel. Kristen 49 
Henschel, Kristin 92 
Hernandez, Vanessa 98 92 
Hero, Aaron 99 92 
Herran, Dan 1 1 
Herzfeld, Alex 92 
Hidek, Jeff 49 
Hill, David 102 



Hinson, Gina 78 
Ho, Jeff 101 
Hodges, Maureen 78 
Hodson, Jennifer 78 
Hoffman, Father Chris 55 
Hoffman, Tara 60, 60, 92 
Holder, Janiece 116 
Holiday, Sabrina 45 
Holliday, Sabrina 49 
Holt, Tim 92 
Honker, John 61 
House, Jeff 110, 113, 92 
Howard, Heidi 60, 60 
Howland, Wendy 118, 92 
Hudson, Georgia 34 
Hufford, Liz 109 
Hughes, Jen 60, 60 
Hughes, Jennifer 92 
Hulerr, Fred 119 
Hysell, Christina 49 



Inglee, Tiffanie 64 
Innes, Kathryn 92 
Irza, Cathy 92 
Ivey, Chris 92 



Jackson, Kyle 61 
Jackson, Thomas 80 
Jackson, Tracey 80 
Jaeckle. Michael 92 
Jahrman, Eric 49 
Jahrmann. Eric 92 
Jaimes, Juana 92 
James, Dr. R. Beasley 31 
James, Janie 55 
Jaramillo, Mario 93 
Jiga, John 119 
Jimenez, Renzo 93 
Jindal, Ronika 93 
John, Grace 49 
Johnson, Brad 50 
Johnson, Katy 64 
Johnson, Kennith 102 
Johnson, Larisa 93 
Johnson. Sally 45, 93 
Johnson, Tammy 64 
Johnson.. Sally 66 
Jonas, Steven 80 
Jordan. Todd 1 10 
Joseph. Jeremiah 102 
Joseph. Will 79 
Joseph, William 80 
Jost, Emilie 80 



K 



Kahoun, Frank 93 
Kamaar, Amber 49 
Kelda, Joe 57 



Keller, Shelly 80 
Kelly, Abbie 93 
Kelly, Kevin 80 
Kendell, Drew 61 
Kendziorski, Rebecca 64 
Kenneally, Mark 79, 80 
Ke.ssinger., Heidi 109 
Kettelhack, Werner 93 
Keyser, Kevin 93 
Kieley, Jennifer 27 
King, Thomas 93 
Kingdom, Josh 55 
Kitchel, Colette 80 
Klesius, Kathleen 93 
Kline, Anna 93 
Kline, Sims 34 
Knappmiller, Nicole 109 
Knight, Lee 110 
Knighton, Lynda 121 
Knott, Eric 110 
Knotts, Clara 93 
Knox, Brandon 93 
Koellner, Kelly 60, 60 
Konczewski, Meghan 80 
Kongwaree, Juju 93 
Korey, Kevin 49 
Krajacic, Sarah 93 
Kramer, Katee 93 
Krause, Ronda 80 
Krull Jennifer 121 
Kruzel, Jamie 80 
Kuhan., Dan 110 



Labbee, Laura 80 
Labelle, Amy 80 
Labram, Jill 118, 93 
Lambert, Chad 102, 104 
Lane, Darby 64, 80 
Laprime, Danielle 34 
LaRocque, David 93 
Lasso, Luis 110 
Lauen, Stephanie 80 
Law, Kin 66 
Lawson, Christopher 80 
Leclaire, Tommy 61 
Lee, Leisle 93 
Lee, President 30, 31, 53 
Legnini, Dawn 93 
Lehmann, Jenna 109 
Leidal, David 61 
Leidel, David 93 
Lewis, Cedric 80 
Liashek, Peter 1 10 
Libin, Sarah 64 
Lich, Thomas A. 34 
Lindsay, Alric 80 
Linton. Andrew 80 
Lockhaii, Catherine 93 
Lofan, Tricia 119 
Logan, Robbie 93 
Logan, Tricia 118 
Lopez, Martha 8 1 



Lord, Brandy 64 
Loughner, Kelly 121 
Lucas, Phillip 34 
Luecking, Michele 49 
Luongo, Beth 93 
Luznar, Jennifer 93 
Lyman, Natalie 93 
Lynch, Mike 49 
Lynn, Taryn 95 
Lyons, Orenda 49, 81 
Lyster, Karen 93 



M 



MacDonald, Ian 95 
Mack, Stacey 118 
Mack, Stacy 118 
MacLaughlan, Shannon 95 
MaCracken, Ann 45 
Madrigal, Tina 64 
Magarian, Elizabeth 34 
Majersky, Laura 95 
Malone, Audrie 81 
Mandell, Allen 119 
Manizade, Deris 119 
Manizade, Dervis 1 19 
Mankin, Dr. 97 
Maple, John 83. 95 
Marangos, John 67 
Marder. Amanda 49 
Marder, Emily 49, 95 
Margard, Henrik 81 
Maris, Dean 38 
Markey, Brett 95 
Markey, Christine 95 
Marscher, Colleen 118 
Marscher, Megan 118 
Martin, Brande 75, 95 
Martin, Cara 49, 64, 81 
Martinez, Caricia 95 
Mason, Michael 81 
Matcham, Marc 110 
Maxwell, Colleen 64, 81 
McCall, Head Coach Tony 

119 
McCall.. Tony 119 
McCarthy, Jackie 49, 64 
McCarthy, Jacqueline 81 
McClouskey, Coach Assistant 

Andy 102 
McCoy. Christopher 8 1 
McFarland.. John 119 
McFarlane. Brian 50 
McGinty. Mark 49 
McGivem, Joe 75 
McGoff, Kim 81 
Mcgovem, Michael 95 
McGowan, Kerry 95 
McGrath, Headier 81 
McGrew, Jennifer 8 1 
Mclntyre, Adam 95 
McKee, Wilham 95 
McLean, Kvle 95 



165 



McLeod. Laura 49. 8 1 
McMahon. Clayton 57. 95 
Mehaffey. Kane 119 
Melody. Liz 57 
Menapace. Shannon 109 
Mendez. Nicole 81 
Messina. Jennifer 95 
Metro. Sunshine 108. 109 
MicroFridges 80 
Miller. Garret 105 
Miller. Kari 57 
Miller. Kristy 95 
Miller. Nate 105 
Miller. Sheila 81 
Miller. Stephanie 2 
Miller.. Nate 102 
Mills. Rebecca 95 
Milnes. Coriander 64. 81 
Mitchell. Kathy 95 
Moan. Jeffrey 8 1 
Molinaro. Lisa 81 
Monroe. Melissa 109 
Montenegro. Carlos 79 
Moore. Wendy 57. 95 
Morelli. Bobby 61 
Morgan. Hillan, 95 
Morgan. Robby 110. 114 
Morgan. Tony 110. 111. 1 
Mortiere. Danielle 1 2 1 
Morton. Angela 81 
Morton. .Angle 42 
Moss. Heather 75 
Moxam. Priscilla 68 
Muller. Rafael 81 
MuUoy-Bossio. Romina 81 
Mulroy. Tracy 8 1 
Murphy. Jeff 95 
Murray. Devon 81 
Musgrove. Sara 49. 64 



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R 



N 



Neal. Spring 49. 95 
Necheeka. D T 45 
Needham. Christine 81 
Negron. Brace 95 
Nelson. Kristine 82 
Nepomeceno, Angelito 61 
Nepomuceno. Angelito 95 
Neptune. Renee 60. 60 
Nesheiwat. Julia 

49. 50. 55, 82 
Newsberry. Marie 121 
Newton. Kimberly 82 
Nichols. Shawn 95 
Nicholson. Kevin 110 
Niclas, Daniel 34 
Nigro. Laura 60. 60 
Norton, Meghan 82 
Nylen, Dr. 53 



166 



O'Connell. Karen 82 
O'Donnel. Mike 61 
O'Donnell. Mike 57 
Olivia. Vema 82 
O'Neal. Erin 82 
Otremba. Rachel 64 
Owens. Christie 49 



Pachon. Andrew^ 95 
Painter. Margaret 49. 96 
Pappas. Tina 82 
Parker. Mickey 37 
Parker, Tim 110 
Partin. Nicole 60. 60 
Pasch. Josh 82 
Patrone. Stacey 96 
Patterson. Shannon 96 
Patton. Cheryl 109 
Paulk. Eve 64 
Pawlak. Jennifer 49. 96 
Pazzalia. Amy 82 
Pena. Luly 60. 60 
Pentz. Kelley 49 
Pentz. Kelly 66. 96 
Perry. Kristin 96 
Peter. Coach Dunn 110 
Petrozella. Loren 49 
Phillips. Derrich 119 
Phillips. Jim 67 
Pickett. Michael 96 
Pinkston. Debbie 50 
Pinkston, Deborah 96 
Plyman. Wendy 96 
Pointe. Jeff 57 
Pointe. Jeffrey 84 
Poole. Michael 119 
Porcelh. Kristy 118 
Portalie. Chris 84 
Powell. Amy 97 
Powell. Jason 119 
Powell. Shermika 96 
Preisser. Gary 110. 113 
Presod. Tyesha 27 
Primavera. Natalie 64 
Prochaska. Susie 66 
Proffit. Catherine 96 
Pugh. Douglas 96 
Push. Jennifer 96 



Q 



Quang. Lan 57 
Queen-Sutherland 37 
Queenie 57 
Querela, Regina 64 



R. Willaini Nylen 34 
R.. William O'Connor 37 
Rabeno. Thomas 96 
Raefski. Erika 96 
Ramhendar. Tabassum 3 
Ramsey. Adam 119 
Randolph. Melissa 96 
Rano. Christen 84 
Rauls. Cheme 96 
Reddish. Dr. 50 
Reddish. Mitchell 37 
Reed. Sarah 20. 96 
Resnick. Shoshana 96 
Richeson. Hugh 119. 84 
Richter. Alisa 118. 119 
Rideout. Mollie 84 
Riderle. Mary 55 
Righi. Jennifer 84 
Riginos. Coach 1 10 
Rinderle. Mary 55 
Roberts. Bryttnee 121. 96 
Roberts. Shannon 1 2 1 
Robertson. Calvin 96 
Robertson. Chris 29. 40 
Robertson, William 102 
Robimson, Tracey 49 
Robinson. Tracey 45. 96 
Rodriguez, Richard 96 
Rodriguez, Sabrina 49. 96 
Rodriquez, Rich 6 1 
Rogers. Mary 64 
Rohl. Andres 96 
Rohn. Ryan 96 
Romine. Dee 108 
Romine. Head Coach Dee 

109 
Ross, Jennifer 96 
Roth, Eric 84, 87 
Rowell, Amy 64 
Roy, Melissa 116. 117 
Ruiz, Miguel 119 
Russ, Brandon 97 
Russell. Denise 97 
Rutherford. Kristen 84 



Salerno. Sasha 97 
Salvatore. Stacy 60. 60. 84 
Samarawickrama. Shiran 97 
Sanchez. Charles 97 
Sandifer. Sandy 119 
Sands. Bryan 110. 115 
Saturro. Jolie 55 
Savage. Courtney 60. 60. 84 
Saxton. Katie 49 
.Scanlon. Patrice 19. 97 
Schaefer. Lauren 64 
Schaeffer. Nicole 49 
Schilbe, Scott 84 



Schmitt. Julie 79. 84 
Schneider. Jamie 94. 97 
Schofield. Katie 19 
Scholl. Linda 84 
Schuck. Jordan 97 
Schulten. Joseph 84 
Schwartzel. Jim 57 
Sciturro. Jolie 97 
Scott. Adam 61 
Scott. Jen 50 
Scott. Jennifer 64 
Seeman. Christian 97 
Segeral. Nathalie 97 
Sekula. Jeanine 64 
Sentgeorge. Rebekah 84 
Serianni. Richard 1 19 
Serrano. Sammy 110. 113 
Shaffer. Margo 84 
Shelton. Audrey 84 
Shenoda. Amal 84 
Shepard. Jessica 97 
Shepard. Melissa 18 
Shettler. Beth 64 
Shipley. Jason 110. 115 
Shumaker, Amy 84 
Simmons. Dennis 84 
Simmons. Quantas 102 
Simpson. Wilbern 97 
Simpson. Will 49 
Sitler. Robert 37 
Siviter. Mark 97 
Smalls. Tacier 109 
Smalls. Taucier 109 
Smith. Erin 84 
Smith. Ron 23 
Smith, Stephanie 84 
Smith, Wendy 121 
Snatom, Bob 110 
Snow, Stacey 84 
Snyder, Anne 97 
Soffer. Shelly 19, 98 
Sorensen, Robert 98 
Soule. Julie 94 
Sourial. Joanne 84 
Speck. Jennifer 98 
Spencer, Lara 98 
Spilman, Katie 64 
Split, Jennifer 84 
Ssu-Hao, Lu 98 
St., Gerardine Jean 68 
St.Jean. Gerardine 49 
Stafford. Nicole 98 
Stanley. Shereena 85 
Stephens, Brooks 1 10 
Stern. Laurie 49 
Steudle. Robert 98 
Stites. Claudia 98 
Storm. Elaine 98 
Streeter. Melissa 118. 119 
Stringer. Sarah 98 
Stubbs. Darald 37 
Suarez, Amanda 64. 85 
Subba. Sarah 85 
Sullivan. Dana 60, 55. 60 



Sullivan. Kelly 79 
Surratt. Susan 85 
Sutherland. Dixon 37 
Swain. Jammie 109. 55. 
Swanson. David 85 
Swanson. Sarah 91 
Sweeney. Michael 98 
Sweeney.. Mike 61 
Syples. Venesha 85 



T.. Wayne Bailey 33 
Talamas. Lisa 98 
Tantum. Amanda 85 
Taylor. Denise 85 
Taylor. Michael 85 
Taylor. Tara 98 
Tedman. Shawn 49 
Temple. Ashley 118 
Terrier. Valery 85 
Thi, Lan Quang 96 
Thiede. Rachel 98 
Thiele. Asher 98 
This. Melissa 118. 64 
Thomas. Suna 85 
Thompson. Jennifer 98 
Thomson. Kristy 49. 9 
Thome. Jennie 85 
Thurber, Courtney 57 
Tindell. Nicki 27, 83 
Tindell. Nicole 98 
Tinsley. James 85 
Tinsley. Ranell 98 
Tobiassen. Stian 119 
Trentine. Dawn 98 
Tripp. Marie 98 
Troxel. Piper 57 
Turner. .AJlison 98 
Turner. Micah 98 
Turner. Milton 102. 



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Unden\ ood. Kelly 85 
Updike, Sam 61 



V 



Valentine. Samantha 85 
Valkenburg. Jason 98 
Vallee. Geoffrey 85 
Van. Jennifer Gemert 98 
Vargas. Omar 86 
VigiLSylivia 119 
VigiL Sylvia 118. 85 
Villanueva. Angela 64 
Visser. Andre 98 



Wagner, Julie 

118. 101, 121, 98 
Walker. Brandon 119 
Walker. Mindi 85 
Wallace. Carmelita 85 
Wallace. Carmen 27 
Wallace. Shannon 99 
Walrond, Coach Assistant 

Rick 102 
Warbritton. Jeff 102 
Ward. Maria 64 
Warfield, James 102 
Warner, Christina 85 
Warrin, Austin 86 
Watson. WilHam III 86 
Watts. David 107 
Weaver. Devon 86 
Weisheit. Matthias 61. 99 
Weitzman. Andrew 86 
Wessar. Regan 2. 60, 60 
Whetstone. DeAnne 60. 60 
Whitaker. Becca 118 
Whitaker. Michelle 86 
Whitaker. Rebecca 64 
White. Jack 57 
White. Jennifer 109 
Whitten. Ed 37 
Wiley. Jenn 64 
Wiliams, Charity 109 
WiUenbrock. Brad 99 
Willhite. Jeffrey 99 
Williams. Charity 99 
Williams. Cynthia 109 
Williams. Donna 37 
Williams. Gareth 37 
Williams. Jennifer 109 
Williams. Leslie 86 
Williford. Melissa 49. 50. 9 
Wilson. Bob 1 19 
Wojchick. Shannon 99 
Wolford. Jason 86 
Wooten. Jennifer 86 
Wozniak. Chris 99 
Wyatt. Amy 57. 64. 99 
Wyatt. Christina 64. 99 
Wyatt. Tina 61. 61 
Wytrwal, Judy 99 



Yetter. Davina 86 
York. Amanda 121. 99 
Youket.. Stacy 64 
Young. Britt 119 
Youna. David 86 



Zahm. Kim 49 
Zahm. Kimberly 99 
Zizzo, Anthony 86 
Zizzo, Tony 119 
Zurro, Diana 86 



167 



In dedication ^o: 




Tfu u'fiok of Stetson 'University is made up of many parts - students, staff, faculty and administration. 'Ifiere are tfiose times ii'fiere one among tluse groups epitomizes the best of 
Stetson. This luas aclqwu'kdged and cekbrated when 'Delores Qreen retired from the Zlmz'ersity in 'December of 1996. 

'Ivu^rcs was bom in "Wisconsin as tfu: oldest of three children. "Due to her father's occupation, "Doe spent her youth traveling and residing abroad. She graduated I'atedictorian of 
her high school class of four in the VhUippines. 9{er world edueation continued as she went to u'ortyfor the United States Qoi'emment. Slu: was subsequently married and contin- 
ue to wor^and travel with her husband in theC\{iddle'Last andjyhca. Later, she and her husband moz'ed to the United States in the mid 1970 's and settled in DeLand, 'Jlorida 
where thty joined her retired parents. Shortly thereafter, they were blessed with the birth of their only child, Carol. 

"Doe 's tenure at Stetson has been as diverse as her bacfi^round. She became a Student Affairs staff member in 19S0 when site joined the 'Departmen t of'J^csiden tialLife. She was a 
significant force in helping to develop the 'Residential Life program into one of the best in the South. She later became a Senior Secretary for the Associate 'Dean of Student Affairs 
andservedin this position for oi>er ten years. "During this period, she was promoted to Administrative Specialist and e?(cclled in office management, organizational siqlls, and assist- 
ed in editing and publishing significant department material. 

'Doe 's strengths were also evidenced in her ability to adapt to change. Through reorganizations she became the Administrative Specialist to the ludicial Affairs Officer in 1992 ami 
later to the Office of the Associate 'Dean of Campus Life. 'The best indications of a person 's success on a college campus is the regard by which they are held by students. There is no 
doubt that 'Doe Qreen was respected and loved. 

^t only zms Doe devoted to students mthherworkjn the campus life area, but she was also a leader among her colleagues. She was an original member of the Quality of Ser- 
vices Committee and served as its second president. Changes made through this committee had far reaching effects for both staff and students at the 'University. 

DeioTts Qreen CT^emplifies the qualities and traits that Stetson University aspires to teach. '.Her intelligence, commitment, confidence and caring approach made her a champion for 
Stetson. 

It did not takf long for Stetson to miss Delores Cjreen. Shortly after her retirement, she was invited to return to Stetson on a part time basis us a Sccretani in the 'Jinancial Aiti 
Office. ^However, there is no doubt that Doe's primary interest is enjoying her daughter, Carol, son-m-lar, 'Darren, and twogranddaugfitcrs, 'Briley and '.Hayley, zvho recently moz'ed 
to DeLand. 




TheStetscm community wishes her the same joy in retirement that shegaz'e to us all of those years. 



Colophon 



Theme: Artistic/ Buildings 

Circulation: 2000 

Department: Student Life 

Yearbook Representatives: Missy Green, Ja\' Da\enport. Tracey 

Webb 

Publisher: Wals worth Publishing 

Portrait Photography: J.P. Bassett & Co. 

Design: Compiled on IBM computers using Pagemaker 5.0 



Thanks to: Student Life Dept., Sports Information, Public Relations. AU 
Organizations and Dorms, PUB Board, Wals worth Publishing Company. 
Hatter Staff 

Heartfelt Thanks to: Jay Davenport, Missy Green, Mickey Parker, 
Darald Stubbs, Tracey Webb 

And you guys thought we couldn't pull it off! 



169 



Closing the doors 




Graduation closed the doors for 

many seniors here at Stetson, 

but it opended doors for them 

elsewhere. 

" J 1 



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H 






The Alumni Assocation reminds 

us that no matter how far away 

we travel we will always belong 

to the alma mater. 




We begin next year.during room 

selection, by chasing which 

doors we want to open when we 

come back. 



170 



We are of one mind. We have 
worked; we have striven for the best we 

could be; we have labored for knowl- 
edge; we have opened our minds to new 
ideas. We have done all of this we have 
succeeded, we have come through and 

we have closed the doors. 

Yet, even as we realize this, we realize 

that this is not an ending, but a transition 

from one phase of our lives to another-it 

is the step that leads to new and different 

pathways. 

There is love and fondness for what we 

have done, and there is anticipation and 

joy for what yet will come. It is with hope 

that we look toward the coming years, 

knowing that we will build on our dreams 

until they are realized. With that we can 

close our final door. 



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H^idswortfo PiMishing Con^xmy 

306 North Kinsii A-.-cnuc . Marcdinc. Missouri 64658 L'S-\