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Campus Life 5 

People 16 

Academics 58 

Sports 68 

Organizations 90 

Special Events 112 



University of Maryland Eastern Shore 

1993 
Hawk Yearbook 



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)oes anyone remember the time when it was possible to walk across the 
ampus without ruining your shoes? 



Princess Anne, Maryland 21853 




(410) 651-2200 



Reflections & Revelations 



This Physical Therapy major takes full 
advantage of the heautiful spring 
weather to study for an exam outside of 
the PAC. 



In the scheme of thinfis. a 
"'Ufetime" is but a minute frac- 
tion of the timeline from day 
one to infinite. During this 
short period our primary func- 
tion is to encounter and forget 
relationships with others. 
Some are fortunate enough to 
be liberated from the drone- 
like existence of most by seek- 
ing a greater understanding of 
life. This is called "higher edu- 
cation." Those of us who are 
trulv lucky experience 3 reve- 
lations while in college. They 
are: the learning of some func- 
tional means in which to make 



a living, gaining the ability to 
think for one's self, and third, 
but not least, the creation of 
relationships that will last a 
lifetime. We Hawks are truly 
blessed because we chose to 
attend UMES. 

To truly understand the phe- 
nomenon known as the "Hawk 
Family," you would have to 
experience it. The relation- 
ships and associations that 
exist are a unique product of 
the UMES environment. Per- 
haps the rural setting of 
Princess Anne aided in the 
development of our close-knit 



familv, and the lack of activi- 
ties caused increased cama- 
raderie. From Freshman Ori- 
entation to Commencement; 
from the SDC to the ATC; and 
from the Campus Pals to the 
Campus Ministry, we have all 
been allowed to share these 
memories so that we may recall 
them time and time again. So, 
for all Hawks — past and pre- 
sent — 1 present to you the best 
of the current UMES family ... 
TheHaivk '93! 

- Karl D. White 
class of '93 




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The rare for '93-"94 SG.4 offices 
proved that election-year fever hit 
UME.S in a big way. In the aftermath. 
these three students found a quiet (and 
clean) place to talk. 



John T. Williams Hall is one of the 
oldest buildings on campus. This 
building houses the offices of the 
President, the Vice-President's, 
University Relations, and Student 
Accounts. 



The Ella Fitzgerald Center for the Pi 
forming Arts was built in 1974. Thi: 
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Senior, Karl White, shows off his new 
wheels to Miss UMES. Karl served two 
terms as SGA president. He is a Con- 
struction Management majo 
timore. 



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Who are llies 

On a warm day during the fall 

semester, two unidentified students 

take a break outside the Thomas 

and Briggs Arts and Technologies 

Center. 




Small group discussions (above) in UMES * "-"^'"'1 
classrooms provide students with excellent 
opportunities for learning <-ommunication 

sk: 

The beautiful landscaping of the newly 
renovated campus can be seen as students 
make their way to class. 



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STUDENT LIFE 



UMES students work dili- 
gently in their effort to achieve 
surcess in life. However, all 
work and no play makes us 
(lull. Time out has to he taken 
in order to enjoy the finer 
things in life. Whether it's a 
(|Mick game of ball, studying, 
or just spending the day in bed, 
I MES students prove that col- 
lege, life isn't all work. work, 
work! 



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\S illiani "Caz" Shi)well looks like he 
can't wait to leave, as he prepares to go 
home for Christmas Break. See ya! 



Lisa, Mary, and Stari enjoy each other's 
company as they relax in the Student 
Apartment Complex. 




Dormitory Life 



Do you remember the Black- 
out of Fall '89, or the Spring 
Semester water fights of '90 and 
'91? If you don't then you prob- 
ably didn't live on campus back 
then. Living on campus is an 
integral part of college life that 
no college student should miss. 



Having the opportunity to meet 
new friends and sleeping until 
1.5 minutes before class are only 
two of the benefits of staying on 
campus. Being on your own 
teaches you how to be responsi- 
ble, and how to respect others as 
well. 






.4 step back ... 

Joseph Scott. Jr. takes a break from his 
studies to survey the scene outside his suite 
ill the Student Apartment Complex. 

Three heads are better than one ... 
Tia Wilson. Polo, and Jaz Alihott all seem 
to have the answer to this problem. Hmmni 
... we wonder who's right. 





Evtn though he apptars to be sleepwalk- 
ing, Ricky Neal still managed to get his 
laundry finished on the (lay our photogra- 
pher invaded his suite. 



Get off of me Michelle! 
Twana is all work and no 
tries to proofread a paper 
.\ii<;els aren't any good? 


play 
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while she 
says that 








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Waters Dining Hall - 

An Unforgettable Experience! 




Hangin' Out? 



Looking for a quiet place to 
study, or do you just want to 
"'thill" with your friends? 
UMES has at least two places to 
accommodate your needs: the 
Student Development Center 
(SDC) and the Frederick Dou- 
glass Lihrary. The SDC houses 
the offices of the SGA. Student 
Activities, Student Publica- 
tions. Career Planning and 
Placement, Basic Skills, and 
Upward Bound. The university 
bookstore, and mailroom are 
also located in this building. 
Looking for a party on Friday 
or Saturday nights? You don't 
have to go any further than the 
SDC Ballroom. \ou can always 
find a friend hanging out there. 

For the more serious-minded 
student, the newly-renovated 
Frederick Douglass Library is 
the place to be. This modern- 
ized facility holds hundreds of 
thousands of books and refer- 
ence materials for those who 
need to study or do research. If 
you are one of those people who 
go to the library looking for a 
friend, then don't forget to 
bring a book. .After all, you 
have to make it look like you're 
th.-re to work! 




UMES students are raptured at wcirk lal.c.v 
play (right) in the Frederiek Douf;hi-s |,il,r:i 
the Student Development Center. 



Looking at this picture you would think 
that it's been a long time sinre the glass 
partition went up around the information 
desk, hut it hasn't, (far left) 

^ hat's so funny? 

SDC Supervisor, Monique Potter looks 
like she doesn't get the joke. But then 
again, who said that heing eight months 
pregnant is easy? 




Senior. Marti.e Armstrong enlists the help 
of one of the librarians «hile tryutg to fin- 
ish a paper. .\nd who said that English 
majors wait until the last minute to do 
their work? 

What seems to be the favorite pastime of 
UMES' male students? Next to basketball, 
it's definitely pool. These guys (left) lake 
advantage of the empty tables to get in a 
between rlasses. ' ' 



Catching a few minutes alone seems to be 
no problem for Senior- Chris Green, as he 
finds an opportunity to spend some time 
on the phone in Harford Hall. 

Who did our camera catch in the SDC 
early last semester? We don't know, but 
from the looks of these guys maybe we 
should. 






Hawks 



Caught 



in 



the 



Act!! 



Around UMES in a day: 
What^s going on? 




W ko doesn't belong in this picture.'' 
Under the watchful eye of Senior Class 
President. Ron Cropper, class queens 
Thomasina. Drena. and Lorric wail 
|iati)-nt!y for meeting to begin. 








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A lavoriti- paslimc of many students 
game of lard.s. This activity has be 
popular that the Office of Student Activi- 
ties has instituted "Game Night." 

Here's one way lo keep out of trouble. 
Koihie\ Izzard shows that students don't 
neeessardv have to leave their rooms to 
hav. a good tune 




test Don't fake the funk, \ntome' ^e 
know that vou are really thniking about 
whalvou lehavmgfordu 

It duln't lakt much effoit for Jason to get 
these students together for a picture Who 
said that UMES students are camera-shy' 



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CLASS OF 1993 





Charles A. Adkins 
Snozv Hill, MD 



Sherry L. Adkins 
Mnnicla Springs, MD 



Alex E. Arita 
Honduras 



Tasha C. Asbury 
Clinton, MD 



Dexter L. Ashford 
Reisterstown, MD 



Lanae V. Bailey 
Rlwdesdale, MD 



Lorrie A. Armfield 
Forestville, MD 




Tricia L. Banks 
Salisbunj, MD 



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KINS - BREGGS 




Hillary A. Barksdale 

Prince Georges Cty. , MD 



Lynetta R. Barnes 
Clinton, MD 



Tanya R. Batson 
Rlwdesdale, MD 



Shawanda Bishop 
Philadelphia, PA 



George A. Bivens 
Marion, MD 



Jonathan H. Blunt 
Bethesda, MD 



Tanya A. Bradshaw 
Prince Georges Cty., MD 



Ramona N. Branch 
Clinton, MD 



Yolanda N. Brandon 
Montclair, NJ 



LaWanda F. Belle 
Painter, VA 




Lisa A. Body 
Park Forest, IL 




Patrice D. Breggs 
Hampton, VA 



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CLASS OF 1993 




Nichelle D. Broomer 
Philadelphia, PA 



Kevin A. Chapman 
Philadelphia, PA 



Eric D. Brown 
Temple Hills, MD 



Necol R. Brown 
Baltimore, MD 



Chandra M. Coleman 
Salisbury, MD 



Lucretia L. Cook 
Aberdeen, MD 



Jose L. Casasola 
Honduras 




Ronald L. Cropper 
Wcstover, MD 




Joyce L. Davis 
Aqiiasco, MD 


Michelle D. Davis 
handover, MD 


Monique D. Dennis 
handover, MD 


Adria A. Diaz 
Panama 


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tei, 







.BROOMER - FLATLEY 




Dawnnette A. Douglas 
Bermuda 



Feras H. El-Hussein 
Jordan 



Jacqueline K. Feenster 
Washington, DC 



Brian K. Dowtin 
Washington, DC 



Ericka E. Edwards 
Temple Hills, MD 



Peggy A. Edwards 
Grecnbelt, MD 




Dianne S. Ellis 
Silver Spring, MD 



Shanatell A. Emory 
Denton, MD 



Duane R. Eubanks 
Philadelphia, PA 




Terri L. Fitts 
Baltimore, MD 



Dwayne L. Fitzpatrick 
East Windsor, NJ 



Sherry L. Flatley 
Richmond, VA 



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CLASS OF 1993 




Deanne Givens 
Boston, MA 



Francis M. Grate 

Gcoi-'^ctozvii, SC 



Lawrence E. Givens 
Baltimore, MD 



Delsa E. Gonzales 
Honduras 



Kurt E. Gray 
Mitchellvillc, MD 



Shannon R. Green 
Baltimore, MD 



Ranelle D. Gross 
Washington, DC 



April O. Hall 
Crisfield, MD 



Meioney Hall 
Cambridge, MD 



Marie D. Graham 

Brooklyn, NY 




Myra Y. Greene 
Brandxjwine, MD 




Veronica R. Hall 
Lothian, MD 



GIVENS - HICKS 




Angela Hankerson 
Eden, MD 



Danan Harris 

Albany, NY 






Thomas D. Hardin 
Largo, MD 



Tracey M. Hardin 
Clinton, MD 



Juanique L. Harris 
Baltimore, MD 



Aaron E. Harrod 
Clinton, MD 



Andre C. Harvey 
Upper Marlboro, MD 



Lula J. Hayward 
Princess Anne, MD 



Laura J. Heffron 

Silver Spring, MD 




Paris D. Harper 
Baltimore, MD 




Gregory S. Hartman 
Westover, MD 




Carl M. Hicks 
Baltimore, MD 



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CLASS OF 1993 




Vonda D. Hindsman 
Willow Grove, PA 



Nicole A. Hinson 
Washington, DC 



Anne-Meredith Howes 
Dunkirk, MD 



Nathlon N. Jackson 
Upper Marlboro, MD 



Patrice A. Jeffries 
Baltimore, MD 



Jessica L. Hudson 

Brooklyn, NY 




Basil J. Jemmott 
Barbados 



HINDSMAN - E. JONES 





Angela D. Jenifer 
Waldorf, MD 



Fred Jenkins 
Wliite Plains, MD 



Christie Y. Johnson 
Houston, TX 



Raynard R. Johnson 
Baltimore, MD 



Edward Jones 
Philailclphia, PA 



Karen M. Johnson 
Baltimore, MD 




CLASS OF 1993 




Lenora R. Jones 
Snlisbuni, MD 



Byron J. Kearse 
Princess Anne, MD 



Christine A. Kellibrew 
handover, MD 



Tracye L. King 
Hebron, MD 




Tiffany L. Ledbetter 
Hnltimorc, MD 



Katherine P. Lee 
Catonsville, MD 



Jonathan M. Lindsay 

S/, John's, Antigua, WI 



Leroy L. Lloyd 
St. Thomas, VI 




Beverly L. Mackey 
Norwalk, CT 



Stephen E. Martin 
Allen, MD 



Dale J. Matthews 
Hyattsville, MD 



Cheryl J. Mattis 
St. Vincent, Wl 



L. JONES - NIXON 




Joyce A. Maxwell 
Philadelphia, PA 



Cheryl L. McBride 
Fniitland, MD 



Laurie L. McCarthy 
Baltimore, MD 



Solomon Melaku 
Mitchellvillc, MD 




Jeffrey T. Middleton 
Philadelphia, PA 



Jacqueline L. Mims 
Grecnport, NY 



Jennifer L. Mims 

Greenport, NY 



Suzette M. Molock 
Vienna, MD 




Kenneth D. Monroe 
Hillcrest Heights, MD 



Jewel L. Moore 
Silver Spring, MD 



Darrome M. Morris 
Berlin, MD 



Robin M. Nixon 
Wilmington, DE 



CLASS OF 1993 




Sheik Taharr Njie 
Fajara, Gambia 



Charlett H. Parsons 
Salisbury, MD 



Doris E. Pineda 
Honduras 



Sae Young Oh 
Berlin, MD 



Elizabeth A. Olwine 
Vancouver, WA 



Robin L. Paylor 
Odenton, MD 



Kimberly E. Pierce 
Baltimore, MD 



Benjamin D. Pitts 
Baltimore, MD 



Katrina A. Plummer 
Germantoivn, MD 



Carolyn D. Parker 
Capitol Heights, MD 




Ron Quel A. Pinder 
Hurlock, MD 




Kimberly J. Poole 
Pocomoke, MD 



NJIE - SILLS 




Regina Puthenpurackal 
Salisbury, MD 



Beverly A. Riggin 
Princess Anne, MD 



Burton P. Shields 
Hyattsville, MD 



Harry Quartey 
Ghana 



Lauchland Richards 
Newark, Nf 



Sharon D. Richards 
Basseterre, St. Kitts 




Aires R. Robinson 
Baltimore, MD 



Zina M. Roundtree 
Clinton, MD 



Maurice L. Shines 
Macon, GA 



Robert J. Sidrak 
Salishun/, MD 



Gregory S. Sachs 
Baltimore, MD 




Janice M. Sills 
Laurel, MD 



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CLASS OF 1993 




Marilyn V. Singleton 
Washington, DC 



Twana V. Smalls 
Largo, MD 



Antoinette J. Smallwood 
Prince Georges Cty., MD 



Zachery P. Smith 
Washington, DC 



Monique B. Sneed 
Temple Hills, MD 



Gloria D. Strothers 
Prince Georges Cty., MD 



Arkava Smith 
Philadelphia, PA 




Gynene Stroup 
Salisbury, MD 




Cassandra A. Swick 
Toivanda, PA 



Wendy B. Taylor 
Largo, MD 



Onuwa D. Terry 

Birdsnest, VA 



Rhonda D. Terry 
Moutclair, Nf 




SINGLETON - WARD 




Linda A. Thomas 
Ft. Deposit, AL 



Kevin L. TuU 
Pocomoke, MD 



Ormica Thomas 
Barnwell, SC 



Ken V. Tilghman 
Upper Hill, MD 



Myra Z. Turner 
Gnlesville, MD 



Jacqueline D. Tyler 
Washington, DC 



Tiffany P. Vaughn 
Chicago, IL 



Terrence D. Via 
Clinton, MD 



Suzanne Walsh 
Annapolis, MD 



David E. Torrence 
Capitol Heights, MD 




Donna L. Tymus 
Washington, DC 




James E. Ward 
Forestville, MD 



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CLASS OF 1993 




Lisa V. Waters 
Sitoiu Hill, MD 



Emmilena j. Watson 
Neiv York, NY 



Bernadette C. Watty 

Virgin Islands 



LaShawn D. Woolford 
Baltimore, MD 



Christopher J. Worden 
Greensboro, MD 



Tracey N. Wyche 
Takoma Park, MD 




Donya T. Zimmerman 
Baltimore, MD 



Lori A. Pittman 
Prince Georges Cty., MD 



Veronica Palmer 
Fmitland, MD 



Karl O. White 
Baltimore, MD 




Saprina R. Yates 
LaPlata, MD 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



Brian Addison 

Nicole Aikens 

John Alexis 

Anita BalJard 



Arlene Elan go 

Teshara Bouie 

Thurman Brown 

Yashica Brown 



Veda Brown Phillips 
Albert Burgess 
Mishae Burley 
Aisha Cappers 



Kenneth Carter 



Lisa Casimir 
Alien Ceesay 



Keith Chestnut 
David Christian 
Vernae Church 

Shaunda demons 



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Tierah Copeland 
Tara Dakin 
Kisha Davis 
Nicole Davis 




SGA Final Results: 
Simon Wins! 

Final elections for 93-94 SGA offices 
were held on April 14, 1993. Current 
Student-at-Large, Billy Simon defeated 
Steven Simpson for the Student Gov- 
ernment's top office. Temika Moore, a 
freshman from Pennsylvania, was elect- 
ed Vice-President. As usual, the race 
for Miss UMES was tight; however, in 
the end. Tyra Harding prevaUed. 



e,i the uns 
vl.at the cu 



Candidates and students alike br 
bly cold temperatures to hea 
petitors had to say. 



limothv Deal 



Kedric De Leaver 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



Mona I 
Joseph Do 



Chawanna Dorsey 
SherrUl Dorsey 
Donald Douglas 
MicheUe DuvaU 




Family Weekend 92 
Better Than Ever! 

There was no excuse for anyone to be 
bored during Family Weekend this 
year. Participants were able to take 
part in many activities. In addition to 
the Coronation, family games, and lun- 
cheons, the SGA sponsored a parade in 
honor of Miss UMES. The major enter- 
tainment in the parade was provided by 
the Washington High School Marching 
Band. 



These two members of the Junior Class hi 
rhoK e hut to slop and smile for our photograph- 



Monica DuvaU 
Roger Fidderman 
Sharmeen Fisher 
Sharron Fletrher 



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Dennis - James 




Stew Holliman 
Natalie Hollingsworth 
Kelley Hord 
DarreU Housey 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



Carolyn Jefferson 
Christie Jennings 
Aushae Johnson 
C\Tithia Johnson 



Thomas Jones 

Warren Jones 

Michael Jordan 



Erika Lewis 

Danena Livingston 

Sirena Lloyd 

Yulanda Longus 



Selena Mabry 

James Mack 

Rashida Mack 

Thomasina McCoy 



Abeba McCray 

Robert McGlolten III 

Rava Milboume 

Akilah Moore 




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Jefferson - Praileau 




Davona Moore 
Temika Moore 
Latrice Neal 
Michael Neal 



Tawach, ()ll|,luinl 
Manus I'aMhell 
Anna Perry 
Jason Phillips, 




CONSTRUCTION AREA- 
KEEP OUT!! 

What is that Imilding next to Kiah 
Hall? That building is the Henson Acad- 
emic Extension Center. This newest 
addition to our campus will house the 
Hotel/Restaurant Management pro- 
gram, the Human Ecology Department, 
and Corporate Extension. Located in 
this building will be hotel suites, and a 
500-seat conference room. 



rhe anticipated opening date for the Hii 
lemii Center is September, 1992 



Christy Pippin 
Kesha Pitt 
Theresa Pizza 
Corv Praileau 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



Julius Pulley 

Nicole Purneil 

Jon Quinton 

Umar Rasjiherry 



Calvin Reed 

Brian Robbins 

Corey Robinson 

Natasha Robinson 



International Food 
Fair - October, '92 



The first annual Internalional I' 
Fair was held in the SDC dnrinfj lh<' fall 
semester. This event afforded stmh'nl^ 
the opportunity to sample di^he^. Irotn 
all over the world. Students and lacidt\ 
members from the Philippines, Hon- 
duras, and the Caribbean prepared 
many exotic dishes, as did participants 
from the Middle East and Africa. 



A popular item at the International Food F, 

the miniature egg rolls being served at the booth 

sponsored by the Philippines. 



Miguel Rosso 

Dawn Rothwell 

Ramon RusseU 

Ebony Sapp 



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Pulley - G. Wilson 




Christopher Shuford 
Shawn Sims 
Kendra Smark 
Roy Smith 



Jeralyn Smuile 
Shalewa Stevei 
Tanisha Stith 
Jarkie Suttiin 



Derren Thompsor 
Patrice Thonipsoi 
ChaUta Tilhilan 
Victor Turner. Jr 



Kevin Void 
Lakeisha Waddy 
Latisa Ward 
Monica Washington 



Tdiik\Seldon 
( ailaWilhams 
Mar-hae W ilhai 
Geoise Wilson 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



ow Wilson. Jr. 

John Wooten 
Tonya Wvche 




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Acknowledging Those 
Who Excel 

Where were the April Fools at 11:30 
a.m. on Thursday, April 1, 1993? They 
certainly were not at the Ella Fitzgerald 
Center for the Performing Arts. The 
40th annual Honors Convocation was 
held to honor those who have achieved 
excellence in the classroom and the 
community. This year's featured speak- 
er was UMES alumnus, Mr. David 
Carter. 



Ms. Minnie Mc.Neal Kenny, Director of Equal 
Employment Opportunity at the National Securi- 
ty Administration receives an award from Dr. 
William Hvtche. 



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Underclassmen on the rise! 



These ^uys seem to he the hie ut the W inter Fe,, 
Rally. Because Princess Anne is in a rural location, 
sports activities play a large role in the extracurricu- 
lar pursuits of many students. 

English major, Latisha Bell is one of four young 
ho competed for the title of Miss UMES. 
This former Miss Sophomore is a junior who comes 
from Baltimore. Md. 




In heu of a missing drum. Grap decides to keep the This student seems to he unimpressed hy all the acti' 

beat to the song on a bench instead. John and an ity going on at the Pep Rally. Maybe she should ha 

unidentified friend complete the band by singing rented movies instead! 
along. Don't call us guys, we'll call you! 



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Dr. William P. Hytche 




President 
University of Maryland Eastern Shore 



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Dr. Williain P. Hytche was born in 
Porter, Oklahoma, and educated in 
he pubhc schools of Fort Gilison and 
Tallahassee, Oklahoma. He received 
^lis Bachelor of Science Degi'ee from 
^angston University, and his Masters 
uid Doctorate degrees from Okla- 
loma State Umversity. He has also 
studied at the University of Heidel- 
)erfi (Germany), Oklahoma Univer- 
h\. Oberhn College, and the Univer- 
itN of Wisconsin at Madison. 

He came to the University of Mary- 
and Eastern Shore, then known as 
Maryland State College, m 1960 after 
laving taught in the puljhc schools of 
Ponca City, Oklahoma, and Okla- 
loma State University. Since coming 



to UMES, he has served as an 
instructor in Mathematics, Chair- 
man of the Department of Mathemat- 
ics. Dean of Student Affairs, and 
Chairman of the Division of Lil)eral 
Stiulies. He was appointed Acting 
Chancellor of Maryland Eastern 
Shore m Jidy 1975 and was given a 
permanent appointment in June 
1976. 

Dr. Hytche was appointed by Pres- 
ident Bush to serve on his Board of 
Advisors on Historically Black Col- 
leges and Universities. He also holds 
memljerships ui numerous organiza- 
tions, such as the National Associa- 
tion for Eijual Opportiuiity in Higher 
Education, and the Dehnarva Advi- 



sory Council. 

Additionally. Dr. Hytche is the 
recipient of numerous honors and 
awards. These awards include list- 
ings in Who's Who m the World, and 
Who's Who in America. He was 
selected as the 1992 recipient of the 
Thurgood Marshall Educational 
Achievement Award, sponsored by 
the Johnson Publishing Company. 
Inc., and was recently inducted into 
the Oklahoma State University HaO 
of Fame. 

Dr. Hytche is married to the for- 
mer Deloris Juanita Cole, and they 
have three children: PameUa, Jacjue- 
ta, and William, Jr., and four grand- 
children. 




Mignon Anderson 



Just who is that mysterious 
woman who wheels her books 
around campus? She is none 
other than Ms. IVIignon Ander- 
son, an instructor in the Depart- 
ment of English and Modern 
Lanmages. Ms. Anderson, who 



Ls a gi-aduate of Fisk University, 
has just completed her second 
year of teaching at UMES. 
Though she has taught various 
courses in the department, she is 
perhaps best known for teaching 
Advanced Composition. 




Dr. Marianila AllMnc. 

Rakesh Am a 

Dr. Terry Bashi.ie 

Catherine Bishnp 

MUton Blackman 



Dr. Ravmond Blakely 

' Gloria Bland 

Dr. Eddie Boyd 

Gail BriddeU 

Rolierta Bright 



Elizaheth Briltinghani 

Norman Bromley. Jr. 

Dr. Carolyn Brooks 

Dr. H,ms Brooks 

Bonilu Bvnl 



.lennifer Carpenter 

.loseph Casrino 

Dr. Kdward W. Chapin 

Patrieia Chase 

Chin-Hui Chen 



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Marian Birkhead 



Marian Birkhead is one of 
the most visible and integral 
members of the English 
Department (as anyone who 
has tried to make an appoint- 
ment with Dr. Hedgepeth can 
tell you). When she's not busy 
fielding caUs on ext. 6552, Mrs. 



Birkhead can be heard Tues- 
day and Thursday nights on 
UMES" own WESM radio sta- 
tion. She also finds time to act 
as an advisor to the Panhel- 
lenic Council. How does she do 
it? We don't know, but we sure 
would like to find out. 




Alverne Chesterfield 
Dr. Seyed Chini 
Sherri Church 
Beverly S. Cookey 
Patricia CoUier 



-\ngela Collins 
Jackie CoUins 
Dr. Leon Copeland 
Portia Copper 
Clarice Corbett 



Robert Dad.son 
Theresa Dadson 
Dr. Ejigou Deniisi 
Karen Dennis 
Marita Doane 



Dr. Joseph Dodoo 
Dr. James Doyle 
Dr. Edward Ellis 
Harriet Epps 
Dr. Mark Eslienn. 



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Faculty and Staff 



Bobby Faunleroy 

Remo Ferrante 

Rena Finney 

Vernia Fletcher 

Dr. Herman Frankbn 



Robert Franklin 

Richard Gormley 

Sharone Grant 

Gary Green 

Dr. Marlcne Greer-Chase 



Dr. Thomas Handwerker 

Priscilla Handy 

Ruby Handy 

Dorothy Hardimon V 

Robert Harleston 



Dr. Jeannine 

Harler-Dennis 

Katherinc Ilarling-Travers 

James Hayes 

DonzeU Hayman 

Dr. George Heath 



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Dr. Hallie Gregory 




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Dr. John Groutt 




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Gertrude Hairston 




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Faculty and Staff 




Dr. Chester Hedgepeth 
Dr. Thelma Hedgepeth 
Donna Hickman 
Josephine Holden 
Ronnie Holden 



Dr. Thomas Hopkins 
Jim Hughes 
Dr. Dennis Ignasias 
Barbara Jackson 
Sherral James 



James Jar.line 
Gavle Jenkins 
Michael Jenkins 
Rhcmda Jeter 
Diane Jolinson 



(ierald Johnson 
Kathy Johnson 
Ehsha Jones 
Florence Jones 
Marvin Jones 



Dorling Joseph 
Jogniohan Joshi 
Dr. Shekhar Kaup 
Dr. Richard Keenan 
Evelyn Kelly 



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Mohanyeet Kohli 

Dr. Konia KoUehlon 

Daniel Kuennen 

Kenneth Kundell 
Missale Kumelachew 



John Lamkin 

EUen Layman 

Nelva Lee 

Mei Yiao Lo 

Bernard Mattei 



Dr. Laniin Mbye 

Melvin MeCoy 

SheUa McDonald 

Betty Miles 

Vera Miles 



Veronica MUes 

Dr. Theodore Mollett 

Edwina Morse 

Dr. Robert Muller 

Masie Neufville 




Dr. Brenda Green 



In August, 1992, Dr. Bren- 
da Green came to UMES 
through Portland State Uni- 
versity's Presidential Scholar 
Program. For a year, she will 
be the Assistant Vice-Presi- 
dent for Academic Affairs, 
reporting to Dr. Edward Ellis. 



Dr. Green matriculated at 
UMES at age 16 and earned 
her degree in Mathematics. 
She received her M.S. degree 
from Western Arizona State 
College, and her Doctorate of 
Education from Washington 
State University. 





Dr. Mortimer Neufville 

Annette Noble 

Dr. Okeleke Nzeogwu 

Pauline Oakley 

Dr. George Ossman 



Mae Palmer 
Rebecca Palmer 
Vivian Peebles 
Dr. Joyce Peoples 
Dr. RocheU People 



Dr. Jack Pinion 
,\Jverta Polk 
Ruth Polk 
Monique Potter 
Dr. Paula Quee 



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Dan Ramia 


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Mary Rathke 


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Dr. Steve Rebach 




Georgia Rhodes 




Frank White 



The editors of this year- 
book owe many thanks to Mr. 
Frank White, Director of 
University Relations. Mr. 
White graciously loaned us 
pictures and negatives when- 
ever it seemed like we did not 



have enough to complete a 
layout. Not only does he write 
the UMES Newsletter, Mr. 
White has written articles for 
Ebony, and has taught writ- 
ing courses in the English 
Department. 




Faculty and Staff 



Dr. Joel Roache 

MarveUa Rounds 

PrisciUa Rounds 

Elsa SatcheU 

Ernest Satchell 



Brenda Srhoolfield 
Dr. .\nugrah Shaw 
Vickie Shorkley 
Dr. Georjie Shorter 
Dr. Diann ShoweU 



W. Paige Simnis 

Wilhe Simon 

Balwant Singh 

Dr. Douglas Smith 

Jessie C. Smith 





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Lois Smith 

Martha Smith 

Dr. Velma Speight 

Ronnv Speneer 

Xiif Spinak 



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lura Steriing 


Dr. Faith Stevens 


Mary A. Stewart 


Otis Strozier 


LeRoy Summers 


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Faculty and Staff 




\S illiam Talley 
Dr. Jackie Thon 
John Tilghman 
Norman Tilphm; 
^ Patricia TiMmK 



Shii leen Tull 

^n-an Tull 

V^a^npTllll 

1)1 Karen Verbeke 

MaikWanI 



Jan„e W arren 
Brenda \S arwick 
Aiirea Webster 
Roslyn Webster 
Dr. John Wennersten 



Ceeilia \S eseott 
Stephanie 

Vibarlon-Harn 
James \^ bite 
Marleiie W bite 
Melanie White 



Dr. Frances Wilson 
Beatrice Wright 



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HRM majors (clockwise, top 1.) Peter Butler. Larry 
(The Mac) McQuay. Richard Ehrlich, Stephen 
"Donny" Reed, Chekema "Jack" Ali, and Darrell 

Cooper. 

What does Mahk have cooking on the grUl? C 
be Jerk Chicken? If this picture was taken a 
Dinner Theatre, then the answer is probably yi 




What is going 
on here?!? 

Imafjine this scenario: It's the final night 
of Dinner Theatre, and a whole semester's 
worth of hard work is about to come to an 
end. The last table has been cleaned, and 
all the food has been put away. What did 
the HRM majors do? They, along with 
several "honorary" HRM majors invaded 
the off-campus home of Rhonda Terry for 
their annual after Dinner Theatre jam. 
What was supposed to be a small gathering 
quickly became the "party of the year," 
attracting what seemed to be most of 
UMES, and a few curious onlookers from 
Delaware State College, too. The music, 
which was suj)plied by the legendary DJ 
Larry Mac, kept those who were able to 
stay on their feet dancing until 4 AM. Will 
they be able to top it next year? ... 



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Fashion Merchandising With a Flair! 



Wp bet ihal you diilnl know that LIMES has its very own Everyone in the fashion industry knows that the hottest 
fashion museum. The Human Ecology Department's styles ran always be found in W magazine. Here. Ms. 
Historical Costume collection is located in the CDC. Shirley Hynion-Parker gives students some advice. 






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Student 




Lorrie Armfield - Pres. Delta Sigma Thela 



Marvin Baviies - Pre». .NAACP 



Jiilm Brewer Pres. Sorial Work Student Assoriatioi 




Trevor Britt - Commander. Slnilent Seeiirity Staff Duane Broughton - Pres. Caril.hean IntM C,\uh Brian Dowtin - Editor. Hawks Message Newspape 




Leaders 




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Veronica Palmer - Pres. I MES Drama Society 



Katrina Parrotl - Pres. I MES Campus Pals 



Kesha Pitt - Pres. Freshman Cla 






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earn Roster 




Hawks Volleyball 

\0 ^AME CL POS HT 

1 Keisha Maddox Fr S 5'0 

5 Aisha Capers So OH 5'3 

3 Karen EUis Jr H/S 5'6 

4 Katina Branson So S 5'3 

2 Cassandra Swick Sr MB a'O 

6 Jackie Mims Sr OH 5'9 
8 Nancy Raymond So MH 5'11 

7 Jennifer Mims Sr MH 5'10 
[3 Geneive Jackson So H/S 5'9 
15 Lisa Casimir So OH 5'9 
12 Monica Venable Jr MH 5'9 
14 Stacey Swain Fr MB a'll 
HEAD COACH: Lisa Jones 
4SSISTANT: Basil Jemmott 
VLANAGER: Erica Thompson 
LRAINER: Kim Baker 




Head Coach Lisa Jones calls a timeout during th^ 
game. Ms. Jones coaches not only the VoUeyb 
Team, she also coaches the Softball team as well. 



70 



A fired-up Coach Jones tires to encourage her team to 
a come-from-behind victory during one of the seven 

hoim-.nnrt iiKiKh.- thi^-rMsnn. 



1992-1993 



Schedule 


DATE 


OPPOi\E/\T 


PLACE 


9/12 


Coppin & Morgan 


A 


9/15 


Bowie State 


A 


9/18 


Hampton & Central 


A 


9/22 


Delaware State 


H 


9/24 


Drexel University 


A 


9/26 


Coppin & Morgan 


H 


9/28 


Howard University 


H 


9/30 


U.S. Naval Aeailemy 


A 


10/ 2 






& 3 


MEAC Round Rohm 1 


ourn. A 


10/ 6 


Bowie State 


H 


10/ 9 






&10 


Hawk Tournament 


H 


10/14 


Howard University 


A 


10/17 


UDC 


H 


10/23 


Delaware State 


A 


10/26 


Salisbury State 


H 


10/28 


IDC 


\ 


10/31 


SSII & Mary Mt. 


\ 


11/ 2 


\meri( an I niversity 


\ 


11/6 






& 7 


MKA( ( liaMipi..ushi| 


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1992-93 Hawks Volleyball Team: (1-r) Basil Jemmott. Jennifer Mims. Aisha 
Capers. Geneive Jackson. Keisha Maddox. Nancy Raymond. Cassandra Swick. 
Monica Venable. Jackie Mims. Lisa Casimir. Head Coach Lisa Jones. Not pic- 
lured: Stacey Swain. Karen Ellis. Katina Branson, and Erica Thompson. 



The University of Maryland Eastern Shore'.s Hawk 
Volleyball team continues to soar toward excellence! 




I got l/in (.;ic' ... 

Cassandra Swick. who is a \clcr: 

.team, makes this shot look efforllisi 



1 Jcmmoll is the .Assistant Coach for the Volley- 
ball team. He is a senior majoring in Hotel/Restau- 
rant Management, and is an avid player hii 



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UNIVERSITY OF A/IARYIAIMD EASTERN SHORE 

MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM 




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ROB CHAVEZ 



Rob Chavez stood calmly and confidently 
lune i5th, 1992, facing a room filled witfi 
sportswriters and University of Maryland Eastern 
Sfiore basketball boosters. Chavez had just been 
appointed as the 10th head coach in school 
history, and the first white coach at this historically 
black university. 

As he excitedly talked about the future of 
UMES basketball, it became apparent that Rob 
Chavez and UMES were a perfect fit. Chavez brings 
a quiet confidence and comfortable presence with 
him to UMES. He also carries a winning reputation 
that is needed to reinvigorate a basketball 
program that has been down in recent years, 

Chavez brings a five year lunior College 
record of 136-24. His reputation as a proven 
winner is based upon a solid basketball coaching 
philosophy and a belief in not only himself but 
also in those around him. Chavez has a unique 
ability to take a group of players with diverse 
backgrounds and weave them into a cohesive 
team with the results being, team achievement 
and individual success 

Chavez brought with him to UMES impecca- 
ble coaching credentials. Following a seven year 
stint as an assistant coach at three division 1 
universities (Arizona State, Colorado State and 
Montana State), he was named Head Coach at 





Chemeketa Community College in Salem, 
Oregon He continued an established tradition of 
success and coaching prominence at Chemeketa 
that included the past home of Rich Alderman 
(Portland Trailblazers) 

Chavez posted the schools best ever 
won/loss percentage ... 85%, including a pair 30 
win seasons and an undefeated 33-0 season in 
1990-91 The season marked the first ever in 
Oregon College basketball history. Chevez's teams 
won two Northwest Community College Cham- 
pionships enroutetoan impressive overall record 
of 136-24. An amazing 50 game winning streak 
was also recorded. 

Chavez was named NWAACC "Coach of the 
Year" twice. His teams were noted for playing 
tenacious defense and using a fundamental 
running game that averaged 97 points a game the 
last 3 years. 

People who know Rob Chavez realize his 
teams reflect his personality; A hard changing 
defensive philosophy which is predicated on 
hardwork and an up tempo electrifying offense. 
Those around him, both players and coaches, are 
quality individuals who seek success on and off 
the court. 




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NUMJbKICAL; 








NO 


NAME 


POS 


HT 


CX 


U 


Roderick Caine 


G 


6-1 


SR 


14 


Mike Arnold 


G 


5-11 


SO 


21 


DaleHanisan 


G 


6-2 


JR 


22 


ZackAllisoa 


G 


6-3 


JR 


23 


Aaraa McKiniiey 


G 


6-2 


FR 


24 


Cedxick Jeokiiit 


G 


6-5 


SR 


30 


Msnm Kunbtew 


G/F 


6-5 


SR 


33 


MikeSinidi 


F 


&6 


FR 


34 


Laodilaiid Rldurds 


C 


6-9 


SR 


44 


MikeHanii 


F 


6-7 


SR 


50 


Cofc^SnawaeB 


C 


6-8 


FR 



HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL 

Denver, CO/McCook J.C 
Largo, Md./Latgo 
Omaha, NE/West HID J.C 
CompUB, CA/Sak Lake J.C 
Pordand, OR/WDscn 
WasUa^lOD, DC/Caouka 
McKcopiat, PA/AlIeghB&jr J.C 
Batimace, MD/SL Frmcig 
InRii,NJ/UiuanJ.C 
PhSadeipbia, fA/Caiadea J.C 
Sam,NJ/GinSt.Bera. 



ALPHABETTCAL: 



NO 


NAME 


POS 


HT 


CL 


22 




G 


6-3 


JR 


14 


Mike Arnold 


G 


5-U 


SO 


U 




G 


6-1 


SR 


44 


MikeHaim 


F 


6-7 


SR 


21 


DakHaninn 


G 


6-2 


JR 


24 


Cednck Jeakiiu 


G 


6-5 


SR 


30 


Marim Kimbiew 


G/F 


6-5 


SR 


23 




G 


6-2 


FR 


34 


f awtilaiwt aM-ti«Ttjf 


C 


6-9 


SR 


33 




F 


&6 


FR 


50 


CotejT Snowdea 


C 


64 


FR 



HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL 

Comiicaa, CA/Salt Lake J.C 
Laspi^ Md,/Largo 
DcBici^ CO/MeCook JXl 
PTiHiiliilphii.PA/CaiBiiea JXL 
Omaha,lJE/Wett tBO. JXL 
WaiknigUD, DC/Camdea 
MrKecapoW, PA/AUeghenjr J.C 
PotiaMi OR/wihoQ 
Irvin.NJ/UiiiaaJXl 
BuiBaiB, MD/SL Fr 
Sob, NT/GQISL Bern. 



EEKD COACH: ROB CHXVBZ 
Asalstants: Oarryl Bruca 
J«ff Menday 
Jarry Langlay 




UIMIVERSITY OF A/IARYIAND EASTERIM SHORE 
1992-1993 LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL 





ROSTER 




NO. 


NAME 


POS 


CL 


HT 


HOMETOWN 


3 


CAR LA WILLIAMS 


PG 


FR 


5'3 


MONTCLAIR.Nj 


5 


MONIC HOLBECK 


G 


IR 


5'6 


BRANDYWINE.MD 


II 


PEGGY EDWARDS 


G 


SR 


5'8 


RIVERDALE.MD 


20 


CECILITOMLIN 


G 


FR 


5'4 


CHICAGO, IL 


21 


AUDREY WILLIAMS 


PG 


IR 


5'5 


OMAHA, NE 


23 


BILLYEIONES 


G 


FR 


57 


LANHAM.MD 


24 


ROBIN PETTIT 


F/C 


FR 


5'9 


ONANCOCK,VA 


25 


QUATIAWATKINS 


G 


SO 


5'9 


WASHINGTON. DC 


30 


ORMiCA THOMAS 


F/C 


SR 


5'I0 


DENMARK. SC 


32 


STACEY SWAIN 


F/C 


FR 


5' 11 


CHESAPEAKE, VA 


<10 


NATHLON JACKSON 


F/C 


SR 


5' II 


UPPER MARLBORO, MD 


42 


SHEILA McKAIG 


F/C 


SO 


5'I0 


SEWELLNl 


44 


lAVAHA ROSS 


C 


FR 


62 


MINNEAPOLIS, MN 


HEAD COACH: WILLIE |. SIMON 








ASSISTANT COACH: LISA JONES 








MANAGERS: SHAWANDA BISHOP, 


ROBIN 


PAYLOR 









SCHEDULE 






DATE 






OPPONENT 


TIME 


PLACE 


DEC 












1 


TUES 




AMERICAN UNIVERSITY 


7:00 


AWAY 


5 


SAT 




BOWIE STATE 


2:00 


HOME 


10 


THURS 


■ 


CHEYNEYSTATEUNIV. 


5:30 


HOME 


12 


SAT 




CENTRAL CONNECTICUT 


2:00 


HOME 


19 


SAT 




CENTRAL CONNECTICUT 


2:00 


AWAY 


jAN 












5 


TUES 


• 


DELAWARE STATE 


5:00 


AWAY 


9 


SAT 




FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY 


6:00 


AWAY 


11 


MON 


• 


BETHUNE-COOKMAN 


6:00 


AWAY 


14 


THURS 


• 


HOWARD UNIVERSITY 


5:30 


HOME 


16 


SAT 


• 


MORGAN STATE UNIV. 


5:30 


AWAY 


18 


MON 


• 


COPPIN STATE 


5:30 


HOME 


20 


WED 




WILLI/\M&MARY 


7:30 


AWAY 


23 


SAT 


• 


SOUTH CAROLINA ST ATE 


5:30 


HOME 


25 


MON 


• 


NORTH CAROLINA A&T 


5:30 


HOME 


28 


THURS 


• 


HOWARD UNIVERSITY 


6:00 


AWAY 


30 


SAT 


• 


MORGAN STATE UNIV. 


5:30 


HOME 


FEB 












3 


WED 




HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY 


7:00 


AWAY 


6 


SAT 


• 


SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 


6:00 


AWAY 


8 


MON 


• 


NORTH CAROLINA A&T 


5:30 


AWAY 


13 


SAT 


■•DELAWARE STATE 


2:00 


SALIS 








IHOMECOMINCI 






17 


WED 




BUFFALO UNIVERSITY 


7:00 


AWAY 


20 


SAT 


• 


FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY 


5:30 


HOME 


22 


MON 


• 


BETHUNE-COOKMAN 


5:30 


HOME 


24 


WED 




UNIVERSITYOF MAINE 


7:30 


AWAY 


27 


SAT 


• 


COPPIN STATE 


6:00 


AWAY 


MAR 












4-7 


VIID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE, NORFOLK, 


VIRGINIA 


• DENOTES MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE GAMES 


■ DENOTES GAMES PLAYED AT THE WICOMICO CIVIC CENTER 



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Senior 
Brandywine, MD 
Gwynn Park HS 


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1992-93: Excel 
lent shooter 
Must work on 
ball handling 




skills and be able to get her shot off quickly 
Will challenge Cecili Tonnlin for the start- 
ing two guard position 

1991-92: Averaged 9 2 minutes per game 
. Shot 78% from the free throw line Had 
10 assists and averaged 2 2 ppg 

Personal: Daughter of Rose and Lawrence 
Holbeck Born September 10. 1971 
Majoring in Business Administration 

Hobbies: Going to clubs and listening to 
music 



#40 
Nathlon 
Jackson 

FC — 5 1 

Senior 

Upper Marlboro, 

MD, Friendly HS 

1992-93: Tough 
and hard-nosed 
An excellent 
rebounder with 
good speed ,, Runs the floor wel I and can 
score ... Will give the Lady Hawks hustle 
and rebounding inside 

1991-92: Started 25 of 27 games Aver- 
aged 26 3 minutes per outing Led the 
team in rebounding Had a season high 
15 rebounds against Augusta College 
Averaged 5 ppg and 7 4 rpg Honorable 
Mention 1991-92 

Personal: Daughter of Clara lackson Born 
luly24, 1971 Majoringin Hotel Restaurant 
Management 

Hobbles: Writing poetry and spending time 
with her boyfriend 



#5 

Peggy 

Edwards 

G — 5'8 

Senior 

Hyattsville, MD 

Northwestern HS 

1992-93: Good 
smart player 
Good percen- 
tage shooter 





Will not take a bad shot Good position 
defensive player Will give the Lady Hawks 
steady play from her guard position 

1 99 1 -92: Started al I 27 games Averaged 
31 minutes per outing Third highest 
scorer on the team with 8 7 points also 
averaged 5,0 rpg . Had a season high 12 
rebounds against Howard University 
Honorable Mention 1991-92 

Personal: Daughter of Ms Helen H Ed- 
wards and Donald W Edwards Born 
November 19, 1971 Maioring in Account- 
ing 

Hobbies: Watching television, going to the 
movies, bowling, and hanging out with 
friends 



#30 
Ormica 
Thomas 

FC — 5'10 

Senior 

Denmark, SC 

Denmark-OlarHS 

1992-93: Good 
size and excel- 
lent speed 
Runs well and 
should help on 

the boards Will have to score this year 
Should give the Lady Hawks quickness 

and scoring inside 

199 1 -92: Started 3 of 27 games Averaged 
15 minutes per game Averaged 4 3 ppg 
and 3 2 rpg Had a season high 12 points 
against Cheyney University 

Personal: Daughter of Margie Thomas 
Born December 30, 1 970 Maioring in Pre- 
Law 'Sociology 

Hobbies: Basketball, volleyball, softball 
and meeting new interesting people 



#42 
Sheila 
McKaig 

F'C — 5' 1 
Sophomore 
Sewell. Nl 
Washington 
Township HS 

1992-93: Has 

worked hard and 
really improved 
from last year 

Should help with rebounding and scoring 

inside 

1991-92: Played in seven games for the 
Lady Hawks Averaged 1 1 ppg and 1 3 rpg 

Personal: Daughter of Ms Sheila McKaig 
and Robert McKaig Born April 11. 1969 
Maionng in Hotel Restaurant Management 

Hobbies: Basketball, softball, and music 





#21 
Audrey 
Williams 

PG — 5'5 

lunior 
Colby, KS 
Colby CC 

1992-93: Quick 
. , ^ a with good floor 

\^\ I sense Will get 

^i>^^i^^ . I the ball to the 

right people . 
Should be among top in assists in the 
MEAC Will provide good, smart play 
from the point guard position 

1991-92: Averaged 9 5 ppg 7 5 assists, 
5 3 rpg and 3 steals per game at Colby 
Community College First-team All Inde- 
pendent Holds school record for most 
assists in a game, a career and a single 
season 

Personal: Grand-daughter of Willie Mae 
and Richard Williams , BornAprilS, 1971 
Majoring in Hotel Restaurant Manage- 
ment 

Hobbies: Studying 



#44 

lava ha 

Ross 

C — 62 

Freshman 

Minneapolis, MN 

North HS 

1992-93: Good 
rebounder 
Good moves 
around the bas- 
ket Should 

help on the boards and with scoring around 

the basket 

High School: All-City, All Conference, All- 
Metro, 4-time basketball letterman, 
Academic All City, Athena Award and Rose 
Reese Award Averaged 1 2 ppg and 1 6 
rpg 

Personal: DaughterofArlisand Rudy Ross 
Born August 1 7, 1974 Majoring in Biol- 
ogy 

Hobbies: Basketball, playing the trumpet, 
piano and cooking 





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Cecili 
Tomlin 

G — '5'4 

Freshman 

Chicago, IL 

Whitney M 

Young Magnet HS 

1992-93: Plays 
with intensity 
Should help at 
the point guard and two-guard position 
Will challenge Monic Holbeck for the start- 
ing two-guards positon 

High School: Honor Roll, Captain (Ir and 
Sr I, and Most Improved Player Averaged 
8 ppg. and 5 rpg 

Personal: Daughter of Pamela Townsend 
and lulius Tomlin Born October I, 1974 
Maioring in Biology/Pre-Medicine 

Hobbies: Skating 



#24 
Robin 
Pettit 

F'C — 5-9 
Freshman 
On ley, VA 
Nandua HS 

1992-93: Excel 
lent shooter 
from 15 feet 
Will have to work 
hard to get her shot off on the block at 5'9 
, Should help the Lady Hawks' inside play 

High School: Second highest scorer in the 
Eastern Shore's history MVP junior and 
senior years Highest scorer in the district 
last two years Averaged 17 2 ppg and 
10.0 rpg 

Personal: Daughter of Luellen Pettit and 
Robert Bagwell Born lanuary 5, 1974 
Majoring in Accounting 

Hobbies: Basketball, softball and reading 



#32 
Stacey 
Swain 

FC — 511 

Freshman 

Chesapeake, VA 

Oscar Smith HS 

1992-93: A new- 
comer to the 
program Good 
size with fair 
Better than average shooter Must 




work hard on defense 



High School: Best All Around Athlete, 
Female Athlete of the Year, All-Tournament 



Team, First Team All-City, and Second Team 
All-District Averaged 106 ppg and 120 
rpg 

Personal: Daughter of Evelyn Swain Born 
August 22, 1974 Majoring in English Com- 
munications 

Hobbies: Listening to jazz, oldies, reading 
and writing short stories and dancing 



#42 
Billye 
)ones 




1992-93: Excel 
ent rebounder 
for her size 
Needs to work on 12-15 foot jumpshot 
Should help at the two or three guard pos- 
itions 

High School: CGAA Third Team and CGAA 
Honorable Mention , 1990 Addition of 
Who's Who Among America's High School 
Students Averaged 10 ppg and 7 rpg 

Personal: Daughter of Vie lones and Will- 
iam lones Born luly 25, 1974 Maioring 
in Hotel Business Adminstration 

Hobbies: Reading 



#25 
Quatia 
Watkins 

G — 5'9 

Sophomore 

Washington, DC 

Eastern HS 

1992-93: A walk- 
on Should pro- 
vide some height 
at the guard pos- 
ition, and hustles on the court Needs to 
be able to release her shot quicker 

HIGH SCHOOL: Most Improved, Leading 
Rebounder in Division Averaged 10 5 ppg. 
and 12 2 rpg 

Personal: Daughter of luanita Edwards 
Born December 7, 1971 Majoring in Pre- 
Physical Therapy 

Hobbies: Playing musical instruments and 
listening to music 





#3 

Caria 

Williams 

G — 5'3 

Freshman 

Montclair N| 

Montclair HS 

1992-93: Will 
help Audrey at 
the point guard 
postion Good 

free-throw shooter Needs to work on her 

ball-handling 

High School: 3-Year lettermen 2nd team 
- All Conference Best Offensive Player 
Award Averaged 7 ppg 

Personal: Daughter of Cheryl and Carlton 
Williams Born August 17, 1974 Maioring 
in Pre-Physical Therapy (Rehabilitation! 

Hobbies: Reading and listening to music 




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Seahavyak Invitational M&W, Wilmington, North Carolina 
Wake Forest Invitational, M&W, Winston Salem, North Carolina 
NCCU Invitational, M&W, Durham, North Carolina 
Delaware State College, M&W, Dover, DE 




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Lincoln University 


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Delaware State 


1:00 


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Coppin State 


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Coppin State 


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Morgan State 


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Lincoln University 


1:00 


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Howard University 


2:00 


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Morgan State 


2:00 


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Head Coach 

KAYE DORRELL PINHEY 

Coach Pinhey enters his second year as head baseball coach at The 
University of Maryland Eastern Shore. 

Since pitching at Miami University (Ohio) during the late 70's, 
Pinhey has forged out a coaching career that has taken him to several 
areas of the country before landing on the Eastern Shore. He has spent 
J^ ■■'"* ' '"• time solidifying his unique philosophies and techniques at other major 

^^^^ " institutions under such tutelage as the renown biomechanist and 

baseball authority Dr Michael G. Marshall. 

In his first year, Pinhey was able to increase the productivity of 
UMES and finish 4th in the conference with a 500 record (the highest finish in four years) 

Among his other duties, Pinhey acts as the coordinator for the athletic academic support unit and 
teaches classes at UMES. 



Student Assistant Coach 
CHRIS RIDDLEBERGER 

Chris returns as a 5th year senior and will graduate at mid-year but, has agreed to stay on to help 
and will be a valuable addition to the staff. Chris had a very successful 4 years at UMES. Chns played 
every position on the field at one time or another but, anchored Pinheys' Hawks at shortstop fulfilling 
all expectations. Chris is a true leader and will prove to be helpful to the 1993 Hawks in many ways. 
Chris will be called upon to fulfill the duties of a full time assistant coach and will perform well in that 
capacity. 



OUTLOOK FOR 1 993 

The 1 993 "Swinging Hawks" will again attempt to improve upon the previous year. With a demanding 
schedule and a shortages of personnel the hawks are still optimistic and look forward to a strong MEAC 
finish and overall finishing with a record number of victories. Several key players have returned to help 
insure the most productive year to date forthe University of Mar/land Eastern Shore. 

With the advent of a brand new facility, with the construction beginning at the conclusion of this 
season the prospects for UMES Baseball are bright indeed, The"Swinging Hawks" will have one of the 
niecest facilities in the MEAC and the geographical area Thus, bring the program to the point of 
becoming competitive Nationwide 




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BILLY WILLIAMS 



Pitcher • Senior 

Princess Anne, Maryland • Washington High School 

60 • 160 lbs • Born 8-26-71 

A Senior with seasoned maturity, Biily brings to our team the 
knowledge and drive to be the best he can be. A top performer in 
1992, Billy has begun to master the techniques which will propel! 
him to a great 1993. Billy will be called upon to do much for his 
team both on and off the field. His baseball "sense" is unteachable 
and will undoubtedly rub off and help this year's team to become 
the most successful in UMES history 

RICKY FARLEY 

Left Fielder • |unior 

Baltimore, Maryland • Mergenthaler High School 

5'8'/2 • 152 lbs • Born 4-29-72 

Ricky returns as a lunior posting progressively better years leading 
to this his pivotal season. Our most consistent performer, Ricky will have 
the opportunity to play on the prestigious Cape Cod League this summer 
Ricky has the raw tools to draw much attention from Major league 
baseball scouts 



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RAYNARD JOHNSON 

First Base, Out Field • junior 

Baltimore, Maryland • Mergenthaler High School 

6'4» 205 lbs« Born 8-9-71 



One of our two Seniors Raynard brings to this program what few 
players can His "loose" existence keeps the team from becomingover- 
whelmed by the coach I expect Ray to come into his own this year 
which will prove to be his finest to date. Ray will fill in as acatcherand 
do a great job for us as well as playing first base, the outfield, and DH 
Ray is repleat with untapped talent 



Barcelona '92 




I Ml s (]ivn IJawnnettc Di)ii(dah was fine of many 
athletes who participateil in the 1992 Summer 
Olympics, held in Barcelona, Spain. She was 
part of the delegation from her native Bermuda. 

Derry Pi-mlierton. another athlete from 
UMES (left) poses with Dawnnelte at the 
Opening Ceremonies. 




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An insiders view of the fully-equipped 
Olympic Village, where the athletes lived dur- 
ing their stay in Bareelona. 



Derrv and Mil.h de.ide t,. d.i some sighlseenig 
while Ihev have M,me free time. 




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The SGA Executive Board: Rhon- Stumping for votes ... 

da Terry, Damon Stewart. Sharon BiUy Simon knows that you have to 

Richards. Kim Prue. Ben Pitts. get up pretty early in the morning 

Charles Adkins. Carnation if you want to win an election at 

Woolen, BiUy Simon. UMES. 




Student Government 



Did you know that the last 
time a woman presided over 
the Student Government Asso- 
ciation was also the last time 
that a Democrat lived in the 
White House? In politics, 1992 
was heralded as heing "The 
year of the Woman." In keep- 
ing up with that sentiment, the 
student body elected Sharon 
Richards as the SGA"s first 
female president in 14 years. 

Sharon Richards is a senior 
majoring in Hotel/Restaurant 
Management. She hails from 
St. Kitts and Nevis, a tiny 
island in the Caribbean locat- 



ed 200 miles south of Puerto 
Rico. Her intense love for poh- 
tics and government was her 
main reason for seeking an 
SGA position. In the future, 
Sharon plans to give UMES 
her continuous support. She 
would like to establish an 
Alumni Association in the 
Caribbean. She wants students 
to know that "this is a very 
good institution. The programs 
offered here are excellent, and 
every student needs to take 
advantage before it's loo late. 
Together we can achieve any- 
thing!'" 





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Class President. Cherylven Smith, 
and Kim Prue finalize plans for a 
Junior Class function on the SGA 
computer. 



Sharon and Charles discuss the 
state of the SGA treasure befor 
Homecoming meeting, while Vit 
President. Damon Stev 
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Junior Class 




1992-1993 Junior Class Officers: (clockwise, top r.) Ernest Harvey. Miss Junior, Drena Watkins, Class 
President, Cherylven Smith, Kimberly Prue, and Angela Boardley. 



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Senior Class 




1992-1993 Senior Class Officers: (clockwise, 1.1 Kiniberly Johnson. Lisa Body, Patrice Jeffries, and 
Class President. Ronald Cropper. Not pictured is Miss Senior. Lorrie Annfield. 




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Vew and Improved! 




The UMES Gospel Choir has 
seen its share of controversy in 
the last rouple of years. Dissat- 
isfied with the direction that 
the choir was being taken in. 
many members decided that 
they did not want to be a part 
of it anymore. Since Dr. DeUa 
Dameron-Johnson took over as 
director and enlisted the help 
of Graduate Assistant Keith 
Sewell, the UMES Gospel 
Choir has enjoyed a resurgence 
in popularity. The 52-member 
choir has had a busy year. 
They have held bake sales and 
sponsored performances on 
campus, including a concert at 
the P.4C on .4pril 18. 1993. 
Thev're "Back on the Block!" 



The new and improved University of 
Maryland Eastern Shore Gospel Choir. 






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Members of the National Student Business League: Tiffany Crawley, Vonda Hindsman, and President 
Deirdre Bellamy. 



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Greek Life 



Tess-EUa Conwell. President of Alpha 

Omicron Chapter, Alpha Kappa 

Alpha Sorority- Inc. poses with Adv 

sor of the Year, Dr. Velma Speight. 



What ha 

good 




Mock Pledge Day wa 


s held in April to e 


xpose students 


to the Greek initiat 


on rituals that w 


ere banned in 


1990. Here, the ladie 


s of Sigma Gamm 


a Rho Sorority 


demonstrate what it' 


s like to l,e -on lii 


le." 



Members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority (above) also took 
part in Mock Pledge Day. Their activities caught the 
attention of many curious spectators in the SDC. 



Blue Phi! ! 





Eric Brown is a former president of 
Phi Beta Sigma and the Panhellenic 
Council. 

Charles takes a rest during the Sigma's 
performance at the Honierominj; Step 
Show. 



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Joe doesn't look like he's going to make 
it to the end of the Step Show. Hang on 
Joe. you only have two minutes to go. 

Tony. Steve, and Cori appear happy to 

be in earh other's companv. Come on 






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Terri Smith, a Que-Ei 
her beau from Sahsburv State. Is it 




Jamall Ellzy. there are at least 

two reasons why you don't 

lielong in this picture! Think 

ahnut it! 



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Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 
Incorporated 




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Delta Sigma Theta Stresses Service 

AE0— Back on the Block 




Delta Siftnia Theta Sorority was founded 
on January 13. 1913 at Howard University 
in Washington. D.C. As the largest histori- 
cally hlaek sorority. Delta Sigma Theta 
boasts a membership totaling more than 
175,000 women worldwide. The sorority 
has established scholarships, a voter regis- 
tration drive, and a Social Action Commit- 
tee to support the CivU Rights Bill. 



Famous Delta's include Barbara Jor- 
dan. Shirley Chisolm, Charlayne Hunter- 
Gault, Leonytne Price, and Natalie Cole. 



Delta advisor. Ms. Corbin, makes small talk with 
Lorrie Armfield. Stacey Bryant, and Shawn Warden 
while attending a party in the SDC. 






Durin 


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the Ladies 


jfDeha 


Sigina 


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sponsor 


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Egg Hunt for elementary | 


schoo 


children 


from tht 


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activities. 










Men 


ca and 


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rv to orga 


lize the 


child 


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relay 


races. 


The eve, 


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eryone , 


ivolved. 








The 


Ladies 


of Delta 


Sigma Th 


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Robin Paylt 


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Wilson, ar 


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N'Dieye Gray, (right) inemher 
of the University of Maryland 
Eastern Shore Student Security 
Staff introduces the guests at 
the ceremony. 

Dr. Hytche. Maj. Leatherbury 
of the Maryland State Police, 
and Chief Frank Wiley preside 
over the ceremony inducting the 
Student Security Staff in 
Novemher. 




On Thursday, November 5, 
1992. 26 young men and 
women took the final .step 
towards assisting Univer.sity 
Police in monitoring our cam- 
pus. Not new to many of us, 
they are the members of the 
Student Security Staff. They 
have been seen at weekend 
dances and a few pool parties 
working the doors, checking 
identification, and intervening 
in small disputes. 

On hand to witness the tak- 
ing of the oath were University 
President. Dr. William 
Hytche, Dr. Herman P>anklin. 
Vice-President for Student 
.4ffairs, Mr. Frank Wilev. 



Director of Public Safety, and 
a host of facidty and students. 
Speaking at the ceremony was 
Major Ernest Leatherbury of 
the Maryland State Police. 
Major Leatherbury is the first 
African-American State 
Trooper to hold the post of 
Commander and Supervi- 
sor. 

The Student Security Staff 
functions in an assisting capac- 
ity to the University Police. 
This group not only monitors 
parties, they also patrol the 
campus, keeping the Universi- 
ty Police abreast of any unusu- 
al activities occurring on cam- 
pus. 




Alverne Chesterfield, Assistant 
Director, ORL. swears in the 
members of the LIMES Student 
Seeurity Staff. 

Kim Johnson. Neal LoveU. Tim 
Francis- Commander. Trevor 
Britt. and Benjamin Pitts hsten 
attentively during the ceremo- 





Supporters of the staff are all 
ears as the projiram proceeds. 
Students on campus call upon 
the Student Security Staff when 
they are in need. 

Dr. Franklin, SG.\ President. 

Sharon Richards, and Dr. 

Hytche attended the . 

to show their support fo 

students. 




An "unofficia 


■' member of the Yearbook Staff was 


Brian Dowtin. 


As Editor-in-Chief of the Hawks Mes- 


sage Newspapf 


r. Brian was able to share pictures and 


articles with u 





3 English Majors and a Photographer form 



The '92-'93 Yearbook Staff 



Rona Bennett of \^ ald.>rf. Md. wa^ definitely the 
most versatile member of the Yearbook Staff. She did 
design, copy, photography, and correspondence. 

Editor-in-Chief Yolanda Brandon spent the majority 
of her senior year working on this book. After gradu- 
ation she plans to work in the PubUshing industry. 




The ■92-'93 Yearbook Staff 

Editor-in-Chief Yolanda Braiulon 

Assistant Editor Rona Bennett 

Assistant Editor Nieole Purnell 

Copywriter Trae ye King 

Photographer Jason Phillips 

Additional Photography bv: 

Rona Bennett 

Yolanda Brandon 

Alverne Chesterfield 

Brian Dowtin 

Sean Meredith 

Nicole Purnell 

Damon Roiuidtree 

Frank WTiite 

James ^liite, Jr. 
Advisor James Wliite, Jr. 




Nicole, in disguise as Cousin 


It, hurriedly tries to fm- | 


ish this layout 


so that she ca 


n go to 


linguistics 


class. 


See. she was al 


ways late for 


a good 


reason. Mr 


Fer- 


rante. 










Getting this hoc 


k ready to go 


to pres 


s was not a 


easv 


as everyone hk 


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The Coronation of Miss UMES 




On October 16. 1992. Rhon- 
da Deanna Terry was crowned 
Miss University of Maryland 
Eastern Shore 1992-93. This 
senior Hotel/Restaurant Man- 
agement major is a dynamic 
young woman who hails from 
Montclair, New Jersey. She has 
participated in numerous cam- 
pus activities including the 
Alpha Angel Sweetheart Court, 
the Student Government, the 
Motivation Homecoming com- 



mittee, and the Eta Rho Mu 
club. As Miss UMES. Rhonda 
hopes to implement fundrais- 
ing activities for the communi- 
ty, and spirit-raising activities 
for the campus. No matter 
what she chooses to do. this 
young lady's poise and effer- 
vescent smile are two attributes 
that will help our current Miss 
UMES represent our school 
well. 




Khiinda surveys the Royal entertainment 
while comfortably resting on her throne at 
center -stage. 

Rhon<la was visibly moved (right) by the 
support thai she received from her family 
and friends. Her coronation was dedicated 
In her older brother. Roger, who was sta- 
tioned in the Persian Gulf. 




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Tracfv Hardin "strikes a pose" while the 
Campus Queens dance to "Always and 
Forever." She was a representative of the 
Student Rehabilitation Association. 

Miss UMES 1991-92. Jacqueline Mims 
takes her farewell promenade. Jackie, a 
her of the VoUeybaU team, and Zeta 
Phi Beta Sororitv. was still a memher of 
the IMES student hodv during the 92-93 




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Miss University of Maryland Eastern Shore 1992-93 



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The Royal Queens and Escorts 




Miss Junior/Drena Watkins. Miss Freshman/Morinette Pearl. Miss Senior/Patrice Jeffries, and Miss Sophoinore/Thomasina McCoy 




Miss Drama Society - Veronica Palmer 



The 1992 Campus Queens and their escorts 



Rhonda takes her first victory stroll 
after being crowned Miss UMES. She 
present the University at the 
Miss African-American Collegiate 
Pageant in Orlando. Florida in June. 
1993. 



Karl paid homage to his friend Rhonda 
by reciting one of the lengthy works by 
poetess Maya Angelou. Many in the 
audience were moved by this heartfelt 
gesture that surprised even Miss 
UMES. 




As a part of the royal entertainment, 
Keith Sewell brought down the house 
with his show-stopping rendition of 

''Everything Must (Change." 



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As the former Miss UMES looks on 
Dr. Hytche jubilantly embraces Rhon 
da after crowning her Miss UMES 
Rhonda is the 40th woman to hold th 
prestigious title of Miss UMES sine 
1953. 



''GOODBYE TO YESTERDAY 

A celebration fit for a queen 



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SGA Snnlfnl-al laip' Hilly Si 
is the talented junior whi> rliii 
{graphed the eampus queen^s da 
This year's dance. "Always 
Forever" featured the queens i 
elesant trihute to Miss HMES. 




What is the significance of 
the coronation's theme? 
Riioniia heheves that: "The 
past is a steppingstone to the 
future. Always cherish your 
past, but remember there is 
a futiu-e to come." The coro- 
nation was a spectacular 
event that took months of 
j)lanning. Highlights of this 
emotional evening include a 
musical selection from 
LIMES Class of '92 gradu- 
ate, Keith Sewell, a modern 
dance by Janiir Howerton, 
and a slide show featuring 
friends and relatives who 
have had a positive impact 
on Rhonda's life. 







The United States Army ROTC sahites 
the outgoing queen as she prepares to 
welcome her successor (ahove). Karl 
White looks on. (left) as Dr. Hytche 
and Jackie secure Rhonda's crown. As 
master and mistress of ceremonies. 
Karl and Nichelle Broomer kept the 
ceremony running smoothly, and pro- 
vided the audience with special insight 
into the uni(|ue personalitv of Miss 
LIMES. 

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Denise Moore 
Ms. Cheerleader 



Monique Sneed 
Ms. EtaRhoMu 



Tasha Asbury 
Ms. Criminal Justice Society 



Staiey Bryant 
Ms. Delta Sigma Theta 




Terri Fitts 
Ms. Human Ecology 




Sandra Stewart 
Ms. SAAB 



Tracey Hardin 
Ms. Student Rehab. Assoc. 



Dawnnette DougJas 
Ms. Track and Field 



Dancing ha> always been a part of our jw^ 
African heritage. Here. Jamir Howerton 
performs an electrifying modern dance for 
MissUMES. 

Trevor BritI and Drena W alkins ( below | 
make a lovely pair as they march down ihc 
aisle at the beginning of the coronation 
ceremony. 




The IJMES (;ospel Choir performcl 
Patti Labelles "When Youye Been 
Blessed." Wanda Spellman was fea- 
tured during this memorable rendition 
ofth 

Rhonda and Nathaniel p.ise for a f 
mal portrait in lb.- I'AC lobln. 



HOMECOMING '93 




Mike Harris of the 
UMES Fighting Hawks 
Basketball Team strug- 
gles to make this criti- 
eal shot. Mike, a 6' 7. 
215 lb. senior majoring 
in Art Edueation, was 
a key player in UMES's 
Homecoming victory 
against Delaware State 
College. 

The Homecoming 
basketball game wasn't 
the only activity being 
offered this year. 
Other highlights 
included: Jeilo 
\^ restling. the Panhel- 
lenic Coiincirs step 
show, the Homecoming 
Parade, and entertain- 
ment featuring rappers 
Gangstarr, and R&B 
singers Miles J aye and 
Tony Terry. 




Jello mania hits UMES at Homecoming 



Miss Sophomore. Thomasina McCoy 
has nothing to cheer about as she is 
puUeil down by one of her competitor> 
(or is it one of her teammates?) 



Help. Vm faUing and I can^t get up!!! 
Students participate in the first-ever 
annual Jello Wresthng match during 
Homecoming Week. 

Who's Who? 

.\t times, it was difficult to identify any 

of the participants in the match. 

Twister 




The UMES Homecoming Committee ventured into unknown territory when 
scheduling the Jello Wrestling match. No one knew how this event would be 
received in heu of the notorious College Nite strippers, who have been 
banned from UMES. Looking for an innovative way to raise money, the 



ommittee gambled on this popular high school activity to pique the inter- 
st of the students on campus. Those who participated were thrilled to be a 
.art of this exciting event. Can this mean that there will be a Jello 
^ restling II next year? Only time will tell ... 



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is all smiles after coni- 





Jello facts: SGA and Homecoming 
Committee members devoted many 
hours in the Somerset Hall kitchen to 
make the jello. What was the flavor? 
Cherr>. 

After all was said and done, the partic- 
ipants gathered for a picture with their 
referee Rhonda Terry. Miss UMES. A 
great time was had liy all! 



This competitor doesn't look the leas 
hit thrilled to be having his pictur 
taken after his match. 



Oleta Adams did not "Get Here," but Zeta 
Phi Beta's Jackie Faison of Salisbury State 
University sure did. Here, Jackie sings her 
heart out. You go girl I 



Gamma Sigma Chapter of .\lpha Phi .AJpha 
Fraternity, Inc. won this year's step show. 
The men of Black and Gold from Delaware 
State College prepare to show UMES stu- 
dents what thev can do. 




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'hi Beta Sigma's Mike Smoot anil Charles 
'mith appear to be "fatigued", as they vie 
:or the first place title of being the best 
teppin<i frat on the yard. 



No one said that it was going to be e: 
Judging step shows and choosing the be 
a hard job, but somebody's got to do it. 
Here, faculty and staff members of the 
university tabulate the scores. 



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STEP SHOW 

On Friday. February 12. 1993. the Panhellenic 
Council held its annual Step Show. In keeping with 
last year's precedent, the event was held at the 
Wicomico Civic Center in Salisbury, though the 
anticipated large crowds never fuUy materialized. The 
competition was tight as three sororities: Alpha Kappa 
Alpha, Sigma Gamma Rho. and Zeta Phi Beta: and 
four fraternities: .Alpha Phi Alpha. Kappa .Alpha Psi, 
Phi Beta Sigma, and Omega Psi Phi contended for the 
coveted first-place prize. Those in attendance were 
impressed bv the style, precision, and execution of the 
intricate, ritualistic drills (steps.) When all was said 
and done, the ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, 
Inc. and the brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 
Inc. emerged victorious, proving that longevity is not 
a decisive factor in how well an organization steps. 



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HOMECOMING 
PARADE '93 




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A NEW DAWN AT 
UMES! 




Spring Fest '93 
Cool Like That! 








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Down Home Blues - UMES Style! 




CAST 

Manager Michael Rustin 

Male Singer Keith Johnson 

Chib OvvTier Gerald Alston 

Band Members Timothy Deal 

Yawn Jones 

Stephen Boyd 

Charlie Upshur 

Latriee Stapleman 

Yolanda Leonard 

Mama Marie Stanley 

Choreographer Billy Simon 

Dancers Terri Redd 

Katina Murray 

Monica Venable 

La Shaunda Haynes 

Bartender Nicole PurneU 

Barmaid Judy Thyme 

Club Patrons Bemavin Arm- 

strong. Jack Howard, Latisha 
Bell, Nina Handy, Syreeta TUgh- 
man. Kedric DeLeaver. Terra 
Grant, Desiree McDaniel. Kevin 
Chapman, Terri Smith, Crystal 
Taylor, Danan Harris. Kira 
Royster 



Members of the cast relax backstage in between 
scenes during Friday night's perfo 






The Make-up Crew, headed by Starnya Ware. 
assisted the performers by helping them gel into 
character before, and during each show. 

Yolanda Leonard, as the sultry Latriee, brought 
down the house during one of her solos. 



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Stage Mgr. - Tanisha Downer 
Tech. Dir. - Keith Gardner 
Scenery - Ronney Spencer 
Costume Director - 

Shirley Hymon - Parker 
Props - Akiiina Price 



N'Dieye takes time out from the Student Seeurity 
Staff to lend a helping hand to the Make-up Cr 



"Memphis Blues." written by Dr. Delia Da 
Johnson and John Lamkin. II was deemed to h< 
success hy participants and patrons alike. 



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The judges pause !■ 
irv to clea 




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Led\.' It t(. the Plusual 1 lierap\ majoi - to 
compleleh iiin aw.n \vith the ,onIe^l H.ie 
Dean ^hite ".eem- pleased to hand them thm 
1st place tiophie^ 

The Commuter's Lounge was packed with stu- 
dents eager to demonstrate their trivia exper- 
tise. 



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Haunted House 




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ame Night 





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Around UMES- 




A Final Lool 





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Billv. Sharon. Charles, and Marilyn can hardly cdntain their excitement at the Spring Fest j 



Looks like Juana had too much of the purple punch. 




Zina and Karl discus, "th.- ..Id days." 



These members of the girl's liaskclliall learn paused long enough to take this picture at the rally. 



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University of Maryland 

Eastern Shore 

106th Commencement 

Sunday, the Ninth of May 

Nineteen hundred and ninety-three 

Ten 

In the Morning 



Hawk Stadium 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



RECIPIENT OF PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL 

The Honorable Paul Spyros Sarbanes 
U.S. Senator from Maryland 
Paul SpjTos Sarbanes was elected to the U.S. 
Senate in 1976 and re-elected in 1982 and 1988. He 
serves as Vice Chairman of the Joint Economic 
Committee as well as member of the Senate For- 
eign Relations Committee and member of the Sen- 
ate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Af- 
fairs. 

In 1970 Mr. Sarbanes was elected to the first of 
three consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Repre- 
sentatives. He served on the House Judiciary Com- 
mittee, Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee 
and the Select Committee on House Re- 
organization. 

From 1961 to 1970 he was an associate in Bal- 
timore law firms. He served in the Maryland House 
of Delegates during 1966 to 1970. 

Senator Sarbanes earned an A.B. degree magna 
cum laude from Princeton University and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. He earned a law 
degree from Harvard cum laude . Born in Sahsbury, Maryland, he is the spouse of Christine 
Dunbar and the father of two sons and a daughter. 




COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER 



RECIPIENT OF HONORARY DEGREE 

Dr. John S. Toll has shaped higher education in 
Maryland and elsewhere as an administrator and a 
scholar. As chief executive of the University of Ma- 
ryland System fi-om 1978 to 1990, he directed the 
reorganization that expanded the state's higher ed- 
ucation network into the present 15-campus sys- 
tem. 

In 1978, Dr. Toll collaborated with Dr. William P. 
Hytche, chief executive at the University of Mary- 
land Eastern Shore, for a prospectus that led to the 
first new degree offerings at UMES in more than 
30 years. Before becoming chief executive (pres- 
ident, 1978-88; chancellor, 1988-90), Dr. Toll was 
professor and chairman of the Department of Phys- 
ics at the University of Maryland College Park. He 
was president of the State University of New York 
at Stony Brook from 1965 to 1978. 

Born in Denver, Eh-. Toll graduated with highest honors fi-om Yale University and earned 
master's and doctoral degrees from Princeton University. He is the spouse of the former Deb- 
orah Ann Tainter and the father of three daughters. 




Class of 1993 





Joining Sean Meredith as UMES f;ra,luate 
Rhonda Terry and Yolanda Brandon. 



iprano. Temika Moore put the dav"s 
oment." 



nts into perspective with the musical selection. "This is the 




The invocation was performed hv The M(.st Reverend 
Orland Lin<lsay. Archhishoi) of the West Indies. 




Members of the graduating class fUed into Hawk Stadium to receive their diplo 



Rhonda seeks some last-minute adv 
the start of the ceremony. 



about her cap l,cfo 



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EDITOR'S NOTE 

As Editor-in-Chief of the 1993 HAWK. I would hke to thank the following individuals for aU that they did to 
make my life a httle easier: Rona Bennett. Nicole PurneU. Jason Philhps. Tracye King, the SGA. Brian Dowtin, 
Dawnnette Douglas. Kim Prue. Karl White (for the introduction), the SDC staff. Frank White, and Sheila 
Benton. Special thanks to Dionne and Nikki for being there in the beginning. Jaz for being there in the end 
(even though I forced you to), Sean Meredith (who's ALWAYS there), my dad, for not being too overdramatic 
when pictures and layout forms started piling up in the dining room, and to Dean White and Ms. Woolford. for 
all of the time you took from your busy schedules to help me. Completing this book for publication (in 1993) was 
not easy, therefore. I am grateful to everyone who worked to make the 1993 HAWK Yearbook a success. 

- Yolanda Brandon 
Editor-in-Chief 



COLOPHON 






The 1992-93 edition of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Hawk Yearbook was edited by Yolanda N. 
Brandon, and printed by Walsworth Publishing Co. - 306 North Kansas Ave. Marceline. Mo 64568. 

Portrait and Coronation photography was done by Earl Howard Studios. Inc. of Washington, D.C. 
Additional portrait photography was done by Frank White. The fdm was processed at The Portrait Shoppe - 
Gohath Shopping Center, Sahsbury. MD 21801. The copy was printed in Bodoni typeface, using 8 pt. captions, 
10-12 pt. body copy, and 18-48 pt. headhnes. Coronet typeface was used on page 56. Portions of this book were 
"borrowed" from the 1979, 1990, 1991, and 1992 Hawk yearbooks. Any questions or comments should be 
directed to the Student Pubhcations Committee c/o the Office of Student ActivitiesAJniversity of Maryland 
Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD 21853. 



ALMA MATER 

To thee, dear Alma Mater 
We raise our grateful song, 
For through thy noble teachings 
Thou'st made thy children strong; 
And thousands still shall praise thee. 
All earth shall hear their swell. 
And bind our hearts yet closer 
To thee we love so well. 

Maryland, Maryland, Home of Maroon and Gray, 

Maryland, Maryland, thee we will love always 

All hail to thee, fair Maryland, 

All glory be to thee! 

Grow thou in strength and honor 

Throu^ all eternity! 

We love thy spacious campus. 
We love thy towering halls; 
And hallowed are the lemons 
We learn within thy walls 
Stand thou forever glorious 
Full robed in living green. 
Shine thou in endless splendor 
Beneath thy trees serene. 

Maryland, Maryland, Home of Maroon and Gray, 

Maryland, Maryland, thee ive will love always 

All hail to thee, fair Maryland, 

All glory be to thee! 

Grow thou in strength and honor 

Through all eternity! 



The final page of the '93 Hawk is dedicated to the spirit of the UMES alumni. Their tireless 
dedication and commitment to the University should inspire every student to discover, and uti- 
hze their "Hawk Pride" to the fullest extent. 




MARYLAND STATE- FALL 1955: (1-r) Julia (Johnson) Hodge of MavsMlle. KY, Shirley 
(,\dams) Smith of Wilmington, DE, and Genevieve Steven of Wilmington. DE. The identity of the 
male cheerleader in the rear is not known. 



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