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INXERL^^OHEN 1999 




Class Acts t 

FSC After Hours 

Faculty 

Then & Now 

Coaches 
Report 




Who's Who at FSC^ 



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Thank You, Publix! 



The Publix Super Markets Charity Commons was 
dedicated on February 1 2, 1 999, after its 
successful completion. These new buildings were 
embraced enthusiastically by students who moved in 
as soon as they were allowed. 

Florida Southern College's eastern edge has totally 
been transformed because of the generousity and 
commitment to this college by Publix Super Markets 
Charities. The spacious and contemporary student 
housing consists of three buildings and a laundry 
facility. Its construction was made possible because of 
a $5 million gift from the Publix Super Markets 
Charities, led by Carol Jenkins Barnett. 

Not only is the Publix Super Markets Charities 
Commons a symbol of the commitment and 
generosity of a family, but also of an organization that 
has continued to make a difference for young 
people. The Publix Super Markets Charities, formerly 
the George W. Jenkins Foundation, is a name 
synonymous with caring and service in every 
community where you find a Publix. The Jenkins name 
is no stranger to our campus. It has been a name 
associated for over forty years with concern and 
progress at FSC. They have long been believers in 
education and the mission of Florida Southern College. 





T. Terrc;ll<Sessums, chairman of the FSC Board of Trustees, 
Carol U&nins Barnett, Pres ident of the Publix ^aM>-Market 

ets, Inc- 



Dr. Thomas L. Reuschlin 




Publix Super Market Charities Commons 



Ground Breaking: April 17, 1997 
Dedication: February 12, 1999 



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IXPOSURE 



INTERLACHEN 1999 

Florida Southern College 
111 Lake Hollingsworth Dr. 
Lakeland, Fl 33801 



Volume 67 




Title 



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Interlachen 1999 

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Southern Exposure 



Features 

Something To Write Home About 

College life is more than just attending 
classes. Students show off the newest trends 
and fads. 



Kickin' it Old Schooi 

Love beads and bell bottoms: check out your 
professors when they were students at FSC. 

Gree(< Unity 

These "brothers" and "sisters" rally 
together to show that everyone is just 
a part of a bigger group -- humanity. 

Taking It From \he Top 

Find out about our coaches and what their 
team members really think of them. 



Departments 



Opening 


2 Sports 


Student Life 


5 People 


Academics 


33 Ads 



Clubs/Organizations 55 



Index 



go Closing 



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Greeks 

ON THE COVER: THE NINA B. HOLLIS WELLNESS CENTER AND POOl 
Photographed by Rich Morava 



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Exposure 



Ned Biddix 
Publisher 

Lyndsay Burke 

Editor In Chief 

Cristina Cobb 

Co-editor In Chief 

Bill Gregory 
Yearbook Advisor 



Fred Koehler 
Copy Editor 

Erica Love 

Senior/ Junior Editor 

Jarrett Smith 
Sophomore/ Freshmen Editor 

Marlena Barauskas 
Student Life Editor 

Debbie Pacuch 

Academics Editor 

Krisy Mclnelly 

Greeks Editor 

Ruth Jursa 
Sports Editor 

Shannon Rich 

Ads Editor 

Greg Allen 
Photo Editor 



Paul Wiren 
Saurabh Wahi 
Cristina Cobb 

Contributing Art Designers 

Delsha Runkle 

Marianne Lutz 

Laura Pepper 

Laura O'Bryant 

Travern Beerom 

Kelley Douberly 

Contributing Writers 

Tracy Morrison 

Heather Speakman 

Ahylia Akoi 

Nadia Gergis 

Ryan Miller 

Ajit Kaira 

Jonni Nichol 

Contributing Photographers 

Rich Morava 
Photographer 

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Published by: 
LaBerge Printers, Inc. 



It IS Time 



"It's Time!" state the bill- 
boards placed strategically across 
campus. "It's Time!" announces 
President Reuschling at the first 
convocation. What is all this clamor 
for anyway? The time has finally 
come to see the hard work of the 
annual fund raising committee begin 
to pay off. 

For the last three years, a 
vigorous campaign has been 
taking place to give Florida 
Southern a face-lift as it has never 
had before. The old dormitories and 
Greek facilities were the first 
buildings to go down. Out went the 
old swimming pool and in went the 
Olympic size swimming pool and 
new fitness center. 

This new fitness center, 
featuring a fully-equipped weight 
room, basketball court and area for 
students to watch television and 
relax, was christened "The Nina B. 
Mollis Wellness Center" and opened 
to all students in the last year. 

In the last year alone, several 
new dormitories were built. This 
spring, the new dormitories for the 
upper-class independent students 
were opened. 

Other buildings on campus 
are also being renovated. The front 
of the humanities building was torn 
down and a new music department 
area is being build. Also, 
renovation of the Polk Science 
building is underway. 

These changes promise to 
bring the college experience of the 
average student to higher levels; 
none of which could have been 
possible if it weren't for the efforts of 
the $50 million Capitol Campaign. 
As President Reuschling stated in 




The Interlachen Staff 



the fall issue of The Southern News, 
"This campaign is essential for 
Florida Southern College's contin- 
ued growth in quality and reputation. 
Its successful completion will signal 
that the college, with the help of 
alumni and friends, is ready to move 
to the next level of academic 
recognition." 

However, these next few 
years will be the years of transition. 
Tractors, bulldozers and construc- 
tion workers have become a com- 
mon sight. As the renovation takes 
place, students have the rare 
privilege to watch progress taking 
place right before their eyes. 

Students will graduate and 
move on only having seen part of 
the big picture. Years later, when 
the buzz of machinery is nothing but 
a faded memory, they can say that 
they were there when the dream 
was becoming a reality. 

So we, the Interlachen staff, 
invite you to take a look inside at 
this year of transition. See the faces 
of students and faculty as they 
embrace the ever-changing future. 
Discover their lives and experiences 
during this time. Yes, it is time. It is 
time to experience Florida Southern 
College life during the year of 1998- 
99. 

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1 "Hey, where is my 0-week team?" 

2 Bron Myers, April Box, Dana Magilen, Jason 
l-iart and Keagan Kerr rehearse the skit 
"Risque Business" to perform for incoming 
freshmen. 

3 Members of SGA "flip-out" to make the best 
flapjacks ever. 

4 Valerie Scheff finds that organization is the 
key to moving into a new dorm. 

5 Abel and Henny Schoeman put on a special 
skit for Beyond, one of the campus 
ministries. 

6 Ryan Boyce leads this train during an o- 
week dance, followed by Sabine Dessieux, 
Phillip Josephs, and Vidalis Cordova. 

7 Chris Quillico, Melissa St. Myers and 
Kimberly Whitehead enjoy a special outdoor 
meal put on by the cafeteria staff. 

8 Jacqueline Canning shows her spirit of 
individualism. 

9 Matt Bennett and Kenny Koehler spend 
their time playing Nintendo. 



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During 0-week, Alex Shanks heips 

Jtjese new sturi^s learn what it 

Jake^ to work together as a team 

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Students at FSC 

have their own unique 

style and it has been 

seen all over campus 

this year. 

The girls seemed to 

favor the Calvin Klein 

jeans and tank tops. 

Belly hngs became 

more and more popular. 

The guys favored 

the oversized shorts 

and cargo pants and 




the ever-popular Tommy 

Gear was sported as 

well. 

For some people 

like Ryan Miller it was 

all about comfort. "I just 

wake up and wear 

what's there," he said. 

Maybe this was how 

some felt when they 

wore their pajama 

bottoms to class. 






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1 Eric Garcia brings bacl< the sideburns 
and camoflage look. 

2 Kevin Little chooses simplicity in 
his every day clothing. 

3 It's time to party and this gal is good to 

go. 

4 The fast clip-up hair style, v-neck shirt 
and well-fitted jeans, shows that 
comfort is still an important commodity 
in clothing. 

5 Laura Pepper goes back to the 
"groovy look" with her shades. 

6 Greg Allen shows glasses are in, 
and his disco fro tops it off. 

7 Ben Harben shows the skater style 
is still grinding today. 

8 Vidalis Cordova is sporting the hip 
tank top and jeans combo. 



Student Life 7 



AFTER HOURS HAVING FUN 

THE NIGHT LIFE 



A frequently asked 
question fronn visitors to 
our fine campus is, "What 
is there to do around 
here at night?" Students 
have discovered ways 
to pass the time after the 
sun sets. 

Freshmen Allison 
Pfundtner and Nancye 
Wilbur found that going 
out of town is one way to 
escape boredom. 

"You can run the lake 
or bike ride or just hang 
out and watch movies. 
But I usually don't stay in 
Lakeland because there's 



nothing really exciting to 
do," said Pfundtner. 

"My friends and I like 
to go to the Sugar Palm 
Club in Ybor City for 
swing dancing," said 
Wilbur. 

However, senior Chad 
Costella finds plenty to 
do here, taking in the 
local atmosphere. 

"After a hard day of 
class work my friends 
and I enjoy an evening at 
the Regal Begal (Kau's) 
drinking a frosty mug of 
our favorite selected bev- 
erage." 











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1 Jarrett Smith finds playing the 
guitar is a good way to wind 
down in the evening. 

2 Casey dances the night 
away. 

3 Ryan Floss and Dave Dowdy 
spend an evening in the Melvin 
Art Gallery. 

4 George Pacenka does his 
homework in the best 
ambience. 

5 T. J. Hannum and Jennifer 
Cullimore show how to "Jump, 
Jive, and Wail." 

6 Will Lyons finds that the 
courtyard of the Humanities 
building is a good place to 
practice. 

7 And we have "the back flip" off 
the new diving board. 



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student Relations Makin' It Work 

THE SOCIAL ASPECT 




Tasha Locklear and Bryanna 
Buckholt are forever friends. 



Whether you are talking about a 
friendship or a romantic relationship, 
it can be said that they take a lot of 
hard work and maintenance. 

During these college years, stu- 
dents had the opportunity to make 
friends that would last a lifetime. 
Many of them found the person they 
will one day marry. If they work hard 
enough at that relationship, some of 
those couples will still be around for 
many years to come. 

Every year, students get married 
at Florida Southern College. They 
gave their vows promising to be com 
mitted to each other for the rest of 
their lives. Every year, students grad- 
uate and give each other their 
address promising to keep in touch. 

Yet, in the end, it takes dedication 
and commitment to keep those rela- 
tionships going over the years. After 
all, these are the "golden" relation- 
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Dorm Life Compromising 

THE ROOMMATE 




Amanda Malone and Nikki George find 
that they can count on each other. 




Our first shot at a roommate is 
always a gamble. After the first year, 
though, we had either made a friend for 
life or were ready for another craps- 
shoot as to whom our new room-mate 
would be the following year. 

While some were lucky enough to 
room with a friend from back home or 
got their own room, most of us were 
sure at the end of the first week what 
kind of relationship we would have with 
our new roomie. 

"My roommate is my best friend," 
said junior Tiffany Miles. "We've been 
roommates for three years and I can't 
imagine college life without her." 

However, freshman Ryan Woung 
would rather not have the hassle of a 
roommate. 

"It's a lot easier having my own 
room because I don't have to worry 
about disturbing someone else, or 
whether or not the room is messy," he 
said. 




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O- Week Getting Oriented 



THE BEST KEPT SECRET 



The week began with 
moving in, long lines to 
register and sad partings 
with family members. 
However, students were 
quickly thrust into an 
experience of a lifetime. 

Some of the more 
memorable bonding 
experiences included the 
Falls Adventure Ropes 
Course, Playfair, the 
Mardi Gras Party and 
Dance and the Tacky 
Dance. "Risque 
Business" showed us 
many of the college pres- 
sures and hardships. Joe 
Martin and his "Tricks of 
the Grade" taught that 



sucking up and being ten 
minutes early to every 
class aren't always the 
best ways to get an "A" 
(although it doesn't 
always hurt). 

Also, fraternity and 
sorority open houses 
gave freshmen a first 
glance of what Greek life 
was like. 

0-week was a time to 
become oriented to col- 
lege life. Students met a 
lot of people, got the 
inside track on how 
things really work on 
campus from our 0-lead- 
ers, and had some fun, 
too. 








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1 Many friendships were made 
during Playfair. 

2 Students learn to trust one 
another in the Ropes course 
exercise. 

3 Hennie Schoeman lets his 
team members in on the 
activities. 

4 "Risque Business": exposing 
the cold and cruel aspects of 
college life. 

5 Stephen Love asks questions 
about Calculus. 

6 In the opening ceremony, O- 
week leaders demonstrate 
the "Tacky Dance." 

7 President Reushling welcomes 
freshmen Julie Boon and Julia 
Estrada into his home. 



Student Life 15 



0-Week Fresh Start 



FRESHMEN MOVE 




For most students, 
one of the most frustrat- 
ing times of college is 
getting all of our "stuff" 
from there to here. 

Some needed a U- 
Haul while others were 
content to throw every- 
thing in the back of the 
family station wagon 
and head out. 

Once we made it on 
campus and found our 




room, it we piled all of 
our possessions on the 
bed and surrounding 
floor. We then 
unpacked, but not 
before ceremonially 
hanging our favorite 
Three Stooges or 
Garfield poster on the 
wall. Then it was time to 
begin to "settle in." 









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1 Phito Mintil smiles, as he realizes 
he'll be on his own soon. 

2 Brian Graham wonders how he 
will get his stuff upstairs. 

3 Justin Palmer is happy to finish 
his last load of belongings. 

4 Moving into a new dorm can be 
quite a challenge. 

5 RA's Luanne Barto and Erin Burton 
sign in new students who are 
ready to settle in. 

6 David Shim hopes that he has 
come to the right dorm building. 

7 Joseph Williams signs his life 
away to the bidding of his R.A. 

8 Garrick Respress helps a 
freshmen carry his shoes into his 
dorm. 

9 Snacks: a necessary part of a 
dorm life. 



Student Life 17 



Event Welcome, Mom and Dad! 

FAMILY WEEKEND 




Family Weekend was a time for par- 
ents to get back together witli the chil- 
dren they haven't seen for months, 
spend the weekend together, and listen 
to their students shamelessly beg for 
money. 

This year the school set up several 
events involving both parents and stu- 
dents while mingling with our campus 
friends and some of our professors. 

"I had a great time," said freshman 
Kevin Lytton. "It was nice to see my 
family after two months. It was also 
relaxing, not having to worry about 
homework or anything." 

Some of the high points of the 
weekend included the Old Fashioned 
Shrimp Boil and Chicken Grill, the SUB 
Murder Mystery and the Picnic Lunch 
and Pumpkin Decorating Contest. 



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Student Life 19 



The Groups LOOKING UP 

BEYOND IMAGINATION 



Something can be 
said for going beyond 
oneself to Inelp others 
out. Increasingly, society 
is learning that there is 
more to life than the sim- 
ple activities of existence. 
There is a higher cause. 

Flipping through the 
channels on television 
demonstrates that the 
"spiritual" side of things is 
a common subject. The 
popularity of shows such 
as "Touched by an Angel" 
gives proof of that. 

It is also true that 
some of the most stress- 



ful years of a person's 
life are during the college 
years. This is the time 
when students are learn- 
ing who they are and 
what they can do for 
society. 

There is so much 
opportunity for a person 
to make a difference dur- 
ing these years. It is 
through the different 
ministries on campus that 
many of the students 
have found a way to 
reach out to their fellow 
students and to the 
community. 




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1 A little laughter helps the 
audience feel right at home. 

2 Heather Scherer practices her 
part in the skit. 

3 Rachel Van plays her violin 
during worship at Beyond. 

4 Beth Smith, Rachelle Brown 
and IVIichel Solan ask for the 
audience to join in the singing. 

5 Hennie Schoeman really likes 
that wig. 

6 Dr. Pepper and Bible study can 
go hand in hand. 



Student Life 21 



The Place Getting Fit 



The Wellness Center 




The Mollis Wellness Center has 
added many an entertaining hour for 
those people who have found nothing 
else to do on campus. It has a 
basketball court, an aerobics room, a 
pool, a gym, pool tables, and a big- 
screen television for the students and 
faculty. 

Students seem to enjoy most of the 
facilities but have a few reservations 
about the planning. 

"The equipment is great and it has a 
good view," said junior Uiraj Sikand. 

"It's the greatest thing that ever hap- 
pened to Florida Southern," said senior 
Toby McGlinn. "The canoe machine has 
really helped my workout." 

"It's a really nice facility," said senior 
Kesha Little. "The basketball court is 
smaller than the Jenkins Field House 
but it's well-lit and it makes you want to 
play more." 



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Student Life 23 



The People The Commuter 

LIVING OFF-GAMPUS 




Each year, more and more students 
are opting to live off campus and com- 
mute to class every day. Living off 
campus can be an advantage to col- 
lege life. 

Raquel Banjuelos enjoys the free- 
dom it has to offer. "I like it because I 
make my own rules, I have people over 
when I want and I can do as I please," 
she said. 

For some, living off campus can be 
easier just because they don't have to 
share a bathroom with a dozen other 
people. 

David Dowdy said, "Being a com- 
muter was a benefit to me this year. 
Because I'm a second-year senior, it 
allowed me to concentrate more on my 
classes and work schedule." 

Although these students become 
somewhat disconnected from campus 
activities, it is something they learn to 
work around. 



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student Life 25 



FASHION Tatoos & Body Piercing 

THE PERMANENT MARK 



Tattoos and pierc- 
ings were once just a 
craze, but now have 
come back in full swing. 
Many people we see, 
whether we know it or 
not, has a tatoo or 
some pierced body part. 
Others just long for 
them. 

According to Cristina 
Cobb, "I would get 
another hole in my ear 




if my skin wasn't so 
sensative." 

Tatoos can often 
express feelings or atti 
tudes of people. And 
these feelings are per- 
manent marks that will 
last for most of their 
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1 Ryan Miller shows where he wears 
his tattoo. 

2 Jacqueline Canning has piercing 
down to an art, and a job as well. 

3 Nicole Sawacki shows her tatoo 
while giving Jarvis Kendrick a hug. 

4 An up close and personal look at 
the pierced tongue. 

5 Charlie Fair sports a pierced 
belly button and pierced nipples 

along with his tatoo. 

6 Marlena Barauskas finds there is 
always room for one more earring. 

7 The revealing of the fairy tatoo 
placed subtely on the lower hip. 



Student Life 27 



Business Stretchin' Dough 

Money Matters 



For many, starting 
college gives students a 
new responsibility in the 
area of finance. Students 
need to balance money 
needed for studies, 
money for basic needs, 
and money used for fun. 

Whether we get an 
allowance from mom and 
dad, or we're barely 
scraping by, money is an 
issue all of us at FSC 
have to deal with. 

For those of us with 
little or no income from 



home, we had to get jobs 
to pay for books, supplies 
and entertainment. 

Some were lucky 
enough to find one in our 
field of study while others 
did whatever they could 
to bring home the bucks. 
Some, like Chris Tibbetts, 
didn't care about what 
the work consisted of. 

"I just want to pay the 
bills and to have some 
extra money to party with 
friends," he said. 





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1 students find that the 
financial aid office can 
be quite helpful in 
finding better ways to 
pay for their higher 
education. 

2 Anita Fine catches a 
quick and cheap meal 
at Taco Bell. 



3 Shannon Keefe 
wonders if she can 
afford the snack. 

4 Jessica Curran does 

work study for the 

Comm. department. 



5 Vanessa Brown makes 
her payment to the 
college bookstore. 

6 Athena Barco and 
Martin Fries shop for 
bargains at the book 
store with alumni Chris 
Pasquirello attending. 

Student Life 29 



Food The "Caf"? 



Chow Time 



"It's time to eat!" For 
students living on cam- 
pus, the craving to 
the stomach can come 
at almost any given 
hour of the day. Late 
night studying leads to 
midnight cravings, and 
many times, classes will 
conflict with lunchtime. 

The cafeteria offers a 
variety of foods for 
those who get there 
while it is open. Also, 




Taco Bell is open all day 
for students to run in 
and grab a quick meal. 

Local restaurants 
also are a popular hang 
out for students when 
the cafeteria food 
becomes too monoto- 
nous. And of course, 
when nothing else is 
available, there is 
always room in the 
fridge for those 
necessary snacks. 



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1 Daniel Cardonna prepares the 
perfect sandwich -- cafeteria style. 

2 Lunchtinfie in the cat can be a 
great place to get together with 
friends between classes. 

3 Tara Bisby, Gisela Roa and 
Meghan Chotletor take the long 
and tedious trek up the stairs to 
the cafeteria. 

4 Ryan Livergood and Ray Siegler 
agree that the food is great. 

5 Shirley White is always ready 
with a smile to serve the students 
and faculty. 

6 Brian Graham, Laura Byron and 
George Pacenka enjoy their meal 

on the terrace overlooking the 
pool. 

7 Jennifer and Michelle Fox 
always appreciate free food that 
is offered them. 



Student Life 31 




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Academics 33 



William Albrecht 

Mathematics 

Pat Anderson 

Criminology 

Roberta Anderson-Barnes 

Human Resources 

Nancy J. Aumann 

VP/Dean of the college 

Russell Barclay 

Communications Chair 

W. Downing Barnitz 

Art 
Robert H. Baum 

Biology 

James F. Beck 

Theatre 

Katherine Titus-Becker 

Student Life 
Kathleen M. Benn 

Physical Education 

Norman L. Benn 

Athletics 
N. Glen Berree 

Admissions 
Peter V. Bias 

Business and Economics 

Brad Bishop 

Student Activities/Greek Life 

Barbara A. Bloche 

Education 

David M. Bodwell 

Financial Aid 

Rhonda Borders 

Staff 

Carl C. Brown 

Economics 

Alexander M. Bruce 

English 

Joan G. Buccino 

Business and Economics 




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Camiiaigji 

students who are new to our 
campus may not realize the dramatic 
changes that have recently taken place. 
However, upperclassmen have 
experienced a lot of new advantages 
thanks to an ambitious program, which 
still has a few goals to be met. "It's 
Time" is a five-year project that began 
in 1996, which is aimed at updating the 
campus, while seeking to retain its 
original structure and appeal. 

The Nina B. Mollis Wellness Center, 
new dorms, and fiber-optic wiring 
throughout the campus are just a few 
examples of the improvements that 
have been realized thanks to this proj- 
ect. The project has been so success- 
ful that double the monetary goal has 
been raised. 

According to Bill Finch, Vice 
President for Development, "There has 
never been a setback. Along with a 
disappointment comes a surprise; if a 
person doesn't give as much as hoped, 
someone else [contributes]." 

Still to come are changes to 
two of the academic 
departments. The music depart- 
ment will have a new building 
and the interior of Polk Science 
will be renovated. "The renova- 
tion of Polk Science will be the 
most striking of any [building]. 
The entire building will be 
reconfigured. It will be 
handicap-accessible and state- 
of-the-art." 

Along with physical 
changes, the project will live on 
through its institution of funding 
allotments to the areas of 
faculty development and finan- 
cial aid for students. 



President Reuschling shares the plans 

that are in store for FSC during opening 

convocation in September. 



Academics 35 



ROTC: The To 



College can be an expensive 

investment. Many students depend on 
loans, grants, and help from family 
members. However for some students, 
there is another way to pay off tuition. 
When a student joins the ROTC 
program, they automatically get tuition 
completely paid for by the government. 
What is required of them is to become 
involved participants in the ROTC 
activities and serve in the army for four 
years after college is over. 

This program is designed to help 
students who are willing to give some 
years of service to their country. In 
exchange for the service they render, 
they will receive the training necessary 
to get a job once they leave the army. 

During their four years of college, 
students learn the basics of army life. 
They also have the opportunity to 
receive higher ranking while obtaining 
their undergraduate degree. In 
this way, they can become sec- 
ond lieutenants by the time they 
graduate. Consequently, they 
won't have to start as a cadet 
when they become a part of the 
real army and are stationed 
somewhere in the U.S. 

This kind of program is not for 
every college student. Still, it is a 
good opportunity for those 
students who are willing to give 
part of their lives to serve their 
country. Not only will they know 
they are involved in a worthy 
cause, but they will also have a 
college degree to go with it. 




stand at attention as a ceremony begins. 



36 Southern Exposure 




Paula R. Buck 

English 

Lawrence R. Burke 

Music 

Richard R. Burnette Jr. 

Psychology 

Thomas D. Burns 

Chemistry 

Paton Cadwallader 

Development 

Betty S. Calhoun 

Health Center 

Ellen Cannon 

Library 

Laurence L. Campbell 

Biology 

SSG Camille Canty 

ROTC 

Kitty Carpenter 

Church Relations 



Joanne Choquehuanca 

Staff 

Maj. David J. Clark 

ROTC 

Donald M. Clayton Jr. 

Business Office 
Lynn H. Clements 
Business 
Walter J. Coleman 

Business 

Bruce W. Darby 

Psychology 

James M. Denham 

History 

Lynn M. Dennis 

Alumni Office 

V. Terry Dennis 

VP/Finance 

Brian K. Dockery 

ROTC 




Maj. David Clark presents Troy Renoll 
with his new ranking and position with- 
in the U.S. Army. 



Academics 37 



Members of Chorale 

practice to create the harmony 

they are looking for. 



Caroline C. Durham 

Mathematics 

Kimberly Y. Elmhorst 

Testing 

Ann M. Fadley 

English 

Rita E. Fandrich 

Music 

David Fellows 

Intramurals 

Wayne R. Fetter 

Education 

William R. Finch 

VP/ Development 

Mary M. Flekke 

Library 

Beth M. Ford 

Art 

Nora Galbraith 

Library 

Courtney Gazlay 

Alumni Office 

Barbara M. Giles 

Political Science 

Lane M. Goodson 

Mathematics 

John L. Griffis Jr. 

Citrus 

John R. Haldeman 

Biology 

Cindy A. Hardin 

Business 

Marie M. Hardin 

Communications 

Sarah Fletcher Harding 

Religion 

Ann Harkey 

Education 

Henry C. Hartje Jr. 

Mathematics 




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(Top) Tosh Sargeant 
demonstrates his mastery 
of the double bass. 



These jazz members 
practice for the annual 
Christmas Gala. 



The Music Department offers one of 
the most unique programs on campus 
in that it gives music students practical 
experience in the required curriculum 
that prepares them for their future 
careers. 

For example, performance majors 
are required to perform two student 
recitals, as well as participate in a 
weekly recital. This gives music stu- 
dents practice in performing before an 
audience as well as the benefit of con- 
structive criticism from their peers. 

Michele Tamayo, junior piano major, 
said, "I think it's really great to learn 
and work with people who are talented, 
as we bond and develop our perform- 
ance ability." 

There are numerous ensembles and 
classes that hold open auditions, 
regardless of a student's major. The 
most noted ensembles of the depart- 
ment are; The Concert Chorale, under 
Dr. Larry Sledge, the Symphony Band, 
directed by Dr. Brian Brink, and the 
Symphony Orchestra, directed by 
Arthur Prano. 

However, there are other groups, 
including instrument-specific chamber 
ensembles and lessons which students 
may get involved in. 

Donald Lunsford, a junior saxo- 
phone major, said "Mr. Hunn (the saxo- 
phone instructor) is a complete and 
total bad-ass and I want to be just like 
him when I grow up." 

Of special note is the Chamber 
Choir, a small ensemble taken from the 
Chorale, which accepted an invitation 
last May to sing in many famous places 
throughout England and Scotland, 
including Westminster Abbey and St. 
Giles Cathedral. 

Karen Bruce, a senior humanities 
major, said of the experience, "It was 
an amazing opportunity to travel, and 
bond with a group of people while hav- 
ing the honor of performing in historic 
cathedrals." 



Academics 39 



The "Act 



All students have the opportunity to 
develop their acting skills while 
attending college. It is not an exclusive 
right of the theater majors. Many 
students take theater and acting 
classes as electives. In these classes 
students learn just how tough and 
demanding the job of an actor can be. 
Theater majors know this fact quite 
well. 

Tryouts and performances are not 
optional for the theater majors, and 
they take hours and hours of hard work. 
However, whether building sets, setting 
up and working lights, or performing on 
stage, the theater students always 
seem to be having a lot of fun. Many 
times, their required meetings take 
away from other activities such as 
clubs, work-study, or down time. No 
matter the difficulties, theater students 
would not give up their positions for the 
world. 

Freshman Tanya Turner comment- 
ed, "The best part about being in the 
Theater Department is that you get 
experience early, but the worst ... has 
to be the Buckner Theater lights!" 




(Top) Director Gary 

Cherniakhovsky explains the 

importance of body position to 

Lyndsay Hudson. 



Athena Barco is the 

center of attention at 

this Steppendwarf affair. 



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Jeff Parvin and Dalia Ruiz 
create their own play in 
their acting class. 



Mary A. Haseiier 

Payroll 

Jack E. Haynes 

Education 

Bill Hatten 

Public Relations 

Miki Hazard 

Development 

Francis R. Hodges 

History 

Davis R. Holland 

Education 

Duane L. Hopkins 

Business and Economics 

Keith L. Huneycutt 

English 

Sandra L. Ivey 

Psychology 

Mossayeb Jamshid 

Physics, Astronomy 

Edward F. Jeffries Jr. 

Physical Education 
Luis A. Jimenez 
Foreign Languages 
Allen L. Jonnson 
Chaplain 

R. Frank Johnson 
Chr Rel./Phil. Hum. 
Norman F. Kamp 
Cafeteria 

Gayle S. Kent 

Mathematics 

Eric W. Kjellmark 

Biology 

Eugene R. Lebrenz 

Economics 

Marsha M. Leap 

Career Center 

Richard W. LeVene 

Theatre 

Academics 41 



Brenda Lewis 

President's Office 

George Maguiro 

Chemisti7 

Malcolm M. Manners 

Citrus 

Sharon K. Masters 

Sociology 



Katie McBride 

Wellness Center 

Randall M. MacDonald 

Library 

Katlileen Millburn 

Education 

Sheila F. Marias 

Nursing 

Carole Milner 

Education 

Lazaras Mitchell 

Wellness Center 

CPT Thomas L. Moylan 

ROTC 

Nancy M. Morvillo 

Biology 

Carol Obermeyer 

VP Student Life 

Harold E. O'Leary 

Business 

Margaret O'Mahony 

Writinq Lab 

KrisD. Pahl 

Athletics 

Andrew L. Pearson 

Library 

Curtis N. Peterson III 

Citrus 

Mary F. Pharr 

English 









Rebecca Philips 

concentrates on the 

painting of her basket in 

her ceramics class. 




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One of the greatest forms of 
expression is what we create with our 
hands. Art majors spend many of the 
waking hours of their days expressing 
the things that are in their minds and 
hearts on paper or canvas. One of the 
things that many hope to learn while at 
college is how to express themselves 
more clearly. 
The art classes offered are quite 
extensive and specific. The last couple 
years have seen several new art class- 
es become a part of the curriculum. 
Last year, after much debate, art class- 
es in human figure drawing and 
painting were added to the list of art 
classes. There was a big of a struggle 
concerning these classes, because of 
the study of nude human figures. 

This year, new courses are being 
added in the areas of photographic art 
and computer art design. Our world is 
becoming increasingly technologically 
advanced. With these advances come 
new forms of artistic expres- 
sion. In the last few years, 
graphic design has become a 
reality. Many art students are 
interested in creating art on 
these new computer programs. 
Also, for those interested in 
creating images on screen, 
video art classes and creative 
photography classes have 
become part of the listing. 

With all these classes 
available, there are endless 
possibilities for an artist to 
express him/herself. 



This sculpture becomes vibrant under the 
creative hand of Rebecca Greenstein. 



Academics 43 



With Hon 



New to Florida Southern this year, the 
Honor's Program admitted 32 freshmen 
to be "guinea pigs" to experiment with 
higher-level courses to see how they 
would fair. The two honor's courses that 
were offered this year were "Women in 
Literature" and "Crime and 
Punishment." As a senior in high 
school, a prospective student became 
eligible by achieving at least a 3.5 
G.P.A., a 1200 on the S.A.T. and/or a 
29 on the A.C.T. They were then 
required to fill out an application 
and whte an essay. Once in the pro- 
gram, the students were required to 
take certain courses and, in their senior 
year, take on an honor's project. 
Keeping up was very time consuming, 
but the classes proved to be interesting 
and even nutty! "I like how it enables 
me to interact with the others as well as 
hear their differing opinions," remarked 
Amy Stevens, one of the students 
participating in the program. 
In the classes, the students 
would analyze a piece of litera- 
ture and share their ideas once 
prompted by the professor. Dr. 
Buck, one of the lecture profes- 
sors, revealed, "At first I was 
afraid that the program would be 
too elite, but they are a great 
group of kids. Just as athletes 
have special programs for their 
strengths, the honor students 
have a program of their own." 




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Edwin L. Plowman 

Sociology 
Mary Pfunkett 
Wellness Center 
Robert W. Prevatt 
Citrus 

Mark D. Ritchhart 
Water Ski/Personal Trainer 
Thomas L. Reuschling 
President of FSC 

CPT John Chris Reynolds 

ROTC 
Susan Rinker 

Mathematics 

Kelly Roberts 

Wellness Center 

Judy Robinson 

Controller 

James G. Rogers Jr. 

Art 

Lawrence E. Ross 

Business 

John E. Santosuosso 

History/ Political Science 

Peter H. Schreffler 

English 

Albert P. Sheppard 

Mathematics 
Daniel Silber 

Philosophy 

Risdon N. Slate 

Criminology 

Larry J. Sledge 

Music 

Harold "Hal" M. Smeltzly 

Athletics 

W. Alan Smith 

Asst. Dean for Student Life 

David F. Snodgrass 

Communications 




Academics 45 



Jen McKibben finds 

studying outdoors to be 

relaxing. 



Joseph S. Spann 

Music 

John L. Stancil 

Business and Economics 

Claudia S. Stein 

English 

William B. Stephens Jr. 

Atliletics 

Katherine G. Straw 

Physical Education 

A. Rand Sutherland 

History 

Shari A. Szabo 

Public Relations 

Robert H. Tate 

Development 

Sally L. Thissen 

Registrar 

John L. Thomas 

Inst. Research 




Jose Torres 


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Biology 
Ellen L. Walsh 


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Registrar 
David A. Ward 


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Chemistry and Physics 
Christopher T. Weaver 


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Psychology 



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There is always so much to do and 
so little time in which to do it. This is 
something that is quite true in the lives 
of many college students. One of the 
biggest challenges that face students 
when they first begin college is learning 
how to set their priorities. Those first 
few weeks show students how vast 
their opportunities are. So many clubs, 
organizations, and people demand their 
attention and ask for a bit of their time. 
Wise students will choose a few that 
they want to be involved in. After that, 
the student must allot for time to do 
what they came to college to do in the 
first place. That is, to learn and study 
in order to be trained for the job they 
want when they graduate. 

Finding that time to study is a most 
important part of a student's day. Some 
students need to find a quiet place by 
themselves where they can study. 
Others find that they study better while 
listening to music or even watching 
television. 

When it comes time for final exams, 
many students find that study groups 
help with the learning process. 
Dormitory lobbies are often filled with 
these little groups of students who pick 
at each other's brains. 



(Top) Jeanette Dugas 
works on research outside 
the library building. 



Jamie Phillips, Marsha Glanville 
and Tasha Smith scrutinize their 
"Exceptional Studies." 



Academics 47 



Practici 



The internship program, also known 
as field experience and practicum, is a 
good way for students to apply what 
they learn in the classroom before they 
must face "the real world." This pro- 
gram, which is required in most disci- 
plines, allows us to find out if we like a 
certain career path, as well as network 
with professionals in that particular 
field. 

According to Dr. Janet Burnett, 
director of internships for the 
Psychology Department, "You can't get 
a job without experience. The best ref- 
erence you can get is by doing a good 
job in field experience." 

The other side to internships is dis- 
covering that a particular field is not up 
to our expectations. It can be a means 
of deciding that we may need to look 
towards a different career. 

Within each department, a number 
of different types of careers are avail- 
able, and a student may use an intern- 
ship as a starting point to a possible 
career he or she had not considered 
before. It is a way for us to solidify our 
aspirations, as well as weed out dissat- 
isfactory alternatives. 




Lissette Zamora interns at the 

Lakeland Department of 

Parole and Probation. 



John Pickard works hi 

internship at the loc< 

office of the YIVIC/ 



48 Southern Exposure 



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Cristina Cobb gets her 
practice at ASOMAvision, a 
small television station in 
Quito, Ecuador. 



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CPT Calvin Williams 

ROTC 

MSG Curtis Williams 

ROTC 

W. Waite Willis Jr. 

Religion 

N. Allen Wuertz 

Mathematics 

Victoria V. Wuertz 

Communications 

Michelle Vinik 

Library 



Robyn Krasko stays busy 
at the front desk of the 
Four Points by Sheraton. 



Academics 49 




Kristi Grooms and Rishel Nelson stand 
in front of Buckingham Palace. 




May, 



The group is ready to see the way the Scots play soccer as 
they stand in front of the soccer stadium in Scotland. 



This past summer, twenty four Florida 
Southern students and eight faculty mem- 
bers spent the summer in merry old 
England. There, the group stayed in 
Harlaston Manor to study various subjects 
and take in the country. The group did a 
lot of traveling, taking trips to York and 
Edinburgh, Scotland. They also visited 
The Lake District, Cambridge, and spent 
three or four days in London. 

During the group's first weekend, they 
explored the area. Many found the local 
pubs a great place to find the genuine 
English experience. Before final exams, 
students were given a five-day weekend. 

"Jennifer Fehr, David Risch, Chris 
Taylor and I decided to go to Paris," said 
sophomore Stephanie Jackson. "It was an 
excellent experience and I had an 
amazing time. I met so many wonderful 
people and can't wait to go back to 
Europe." 



50 Southern Exposure 



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Option 



Jennifer Neely, Lauren Lauer, Travis Tucker, 
Kristi Grooms visit the Arc De Triomphe in 
Paris. 




he IVIay Option Group of '98: An experience never to be forgotten. 



Academics 5 




Charles Edward Anderson as a senior 
in 1963. He is currently the baseball 
head coach. 



Lawrence Burke as a senior in 1974. He 
is currently an assistant professor of 
music. 




Chris Bellotto as a junior in 1980. She 
is currently the softball head coach. 



Martha Lynn Hardin (now Clements) as a 
junior in 1978. She is cun«ntly an 
associate professor of accounting. 



Cindy Hardin as a yearbook editor and a 
senior in 1982. She is currently an 
associate professor of business 
administration. 




Carl Brown as a senior in 1969. He is 
currently a professor of economics. 



Kris Pahl as a senior in 1986. He is 
currently the men's soccer head coach. 



Harold Smeltzly as a senior in 1957. He 
is currently the athletic director. 



52 Southern Exposure 



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In 1976, Vicki Vachata was a 
senior. She was a Phi IVIu as 
well as a Phi Sigma Kappa 
sweetheart. She is currently 
known as Dr. Wuertz and is an 
associate professor in the com- 
munications department. 



Faculty: Then and 





Paula Parsche as a senior in 1971. She 
is currently an associate professor of 
music. 



Waite Willis as a senior in 1970. He is 
currently a professor of religion. 



Chester Wiley as a senior in 1956. He is 
currently an assistant professor of 
business administration. 



Academics 53 



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Geoffrey Sherman helps to decorate the 
Annie Pfeiffer Chapel for Christmas. 

Monika Jakubicz, Ahilya Akoi, Jatan 

Sohdi, Nadia Gergis and alumni Jimmy 

Bennet visit Epcott with ISA. 



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Organization 





Presenting 



student Government Association (stood'nt guv-ern-ment 
e-so'sea'shen): a group of people who represent the 
different student bodies and who work to improve the 
college experience for everyone 

Student Union Board (stood'nt yoon'yen bord): the group 
that plans activities and events to make college life more 
exciting 




Hypnotist Ken Whitener weaves his 
magic spell over these students. 



SGA (Student Government 

Association) 

(Back) Edward McCarthy, Bob 

McKnight, Kelly Hareless, Billy Berg, 

Joe Zachary, Philip Josephs, Doug 

Burt, Eric Eisnaugle, Bryan Edwards, 

Ben Johnson, Amanda Gruzas, Todd 

Willis, Carol Obermeyer (advisor). 

(Front) Gordana Cupurdija, Heather 
Caricoffe, Julie Fogleman, Nicole 
Rutledge, Tina Haarlander, Jamie 
Weldon, Michelle Mertz, Suzanne 
Delaney, Jennifer Bradshaw, Heather 
Tomarchio, Judi Mann, Jay Shah. 





SUB 

(Back) Amy LeBlanc, Laura Pepper, 

Nikki George 

(Middle) Amanda Benedict, Tonya 

Brown, Nancye Wilbur, Katy Organ, 

Jennifer Bradshaw 

(Front) Becky Hartley, Carrie Burns, 

Luanne Barto, Dawn Klokow, Barbie 

Rivera, Steve Demanovich. 



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Omecron Delta Kappa (oiaE^pov beXxa Kanna): a group that distinguishes 
students who have shown their leadership skills on campus and in the 
community 

Panhellenic Council (pan'ha-len-ek koun'sel): a greek leadership 
organization 



Erica Eggar formally adds her name to 
the list of ODK members in the roster 
on initiation night. 




jeiia i\.appa 

(Back) President Reuschling (adv.), Robert Tate (adv.), Justin Mansfield, Andy 
Kourkoulos, Rick Margaitis, Robin Bauer, Edward McCarthy, Keagan Kerr, Chris DeLisle, 
Ryan Livergood, Marcus Conerly, Todd Willis, Eric Eisnaugle, Alric Fischle. 
(Middle) Alex Shanks, Roxanne Back, Desiree Davis, Cristina Cobb, Shannon Powell, 
Jamie Workman, Julie Fogelman, Amanda Gruzas, Tiffany Hosey, Kimberly Williams, 
Heather Carricaffe, Cheryl Wickman, Kathleen Benn. (Front) Dr. Obermyer, Suzanne 
Delaney, Steven Demanovich, Cristin Connok, Michelle Porter, Ben Davis, Ryan Smith, 
Heather Tomarchio, Nora Modic, Nanette Turner, Nancy Aumann (adv.). 





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Katie Kosner, convo speaker on rape 
awareness gives a personal question 
and answer session for all students. 



Panhellenic Council 

(Back) Katie Fetter, Laura Freeman, Hina Patel, Cheryl Wickman, Sumer Childress, 
Teresa Bowman. (Middle) Tricia D'Nunzio, Lori Lazansky, Nanette Turner. 
(Front) Jennifer McDonald, Kimberly Williams, Kenisha Missick, Shanon Harman. 

Clubs and Organizations 57 



Presenting ... Our Formula 



Pre-Med Society (pri med se-si'i-te): a group of hopeful pre-med students 
who would like to gain acceptance in a medical school one day 
Beta Beta Beta ( ba'te ba'te ba'te): the biology honor society that 
promotes the study of biology 





Pre-Med Society 
(Back) Saurabh Pandalai, Lillie Stovall 
(Front) Laurence Campbell (adv.), Ryan Smith, Heather Caricoffe 



Amanda Malone beckons passing 

drivers to have their cars washed by 

KME representatives. 




(Back) Michael Majette, Melissa LeBlanc, Saleem Josephs 

Dory Mamouzelos, Kim Murray, Eric Kjellmark (adv.) 

(Front) Heather Caricoffe, Selina Blading, Athena Barcc, 



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Advisor Allen Wuertz helps the KME 
students in thier annual car wash. 



& Number Crunchers 



Kappa Mu Epsilon {Kanna [iv EKOxXovy. an honorary math 
society involved in the study of mathematics 

Citrus & Environmental JHorticulture (sit'res & en-vi'ren- 
men-tul hor'ti-kul'cher): a group dedicated to improvement 
of citrus growth and environmental well-being 





Kappa Mu Epsilon 

(Back) Phil Garden, Allen Wuertz (adv.) 
Ellias Josephs, Sihn Hurley. (Middle) 
Professor Hartje, Frankie Majowich, 
Susan Rinker (adv.), Cindy Schofield, 
Krista Knappman, Gayle Kent (adv.). 
(Front) Jeff Gavilson, Michelle Porter, 
Roxanne Back, Michele Rom, Amanda 
Malone, Heather Tomanchio, Elizabeth 
De Sousa, Leah Zguzenski. 



Citrus & Environmental f 
Horticuiture Club 




Clubs and Organizations 59 




Presenting 



omen's Club Soccer (wim'inz sok'er) - an independent 
sports team 

Association of Women's Studies ( e-so'se-a'shen uv 
wim'inz stud'ez): a group focused on tlie issues and topics 
concerning women in today's society 

Precious Pearls of Alpha Kappa Alpha ( a^Trria kukko. 
a?i7tria): the birth of a new sorority focused on unity among 
blacl< women 




The Women's Club Soccer Team is a 
group that gets together to play soccer 

for fun. 



Association of Women's 
Studies 

(Back) Gretchen Swartzlander, 
Erica Jackson, Julia Curran, 

Cecily Seery, KerrI Hamernick, 
Valerie Scheff. (Front) Katy 

Orgin, Rachel Maxfield, Cheryl 

Wlkhan, Kelli Kinstle, Nikkl 

George, Jennifer Bradshaw. 




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Precious Pearls of Alpha Kappa 
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Marre Cummlngs, Stacey Lindo, 
Shellltha Hastings, Nikki George, 
Valerie Hardee, Lillle Stovall. 



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Sometimes a Beyond meeting can get 
quite wild and rowdy. 




L.' 



Wade Irish gives his most inviting 
smiles to new students during 
Club Fest. 



Our Multi-Fa 



Council for Exceptional Children ( koun'sel for ek-sep'shen-el chil' dren): 
a group that is oriented to helping children who are physically or 
mentally impaired to lead full lives 

Beyond (be-ond): created from the concept of going "beyond" the usual 
expectations of a Christian group and breaking all stereotypes 




Council for Exceptional Children 

(Top) Carole Milner (adv.), Kathleen Milburn (adv.) 

(Middle) Erin Croom, Luanne Barto 

(Bottom) Kristen Conner, Terri Butterfield 




Beyond 

*IVIembers vary from week to week. All students at FSC are potential members of 

this highly popular group. 



Clubs and Organizations 61 



Presenting ... 



Steppendwarf (ste-pin'dworf): the second-stage acting group that encour- 
ages any and all students to try out their acting skills 
The Vagabonds ( vag'e-bondz'): a group that supports the theater 
department in the four plays that are produced in Buckner ever year 




Steppendwarf 

(Left to Right) Lindsay Hudson, Tosh Sargeant, Andy White, Chris Robertson, Vickie 
Fernandez, T.J. Hannum, Julie DelPrincipe, Nicole Allred, Athena Barco, Kara 
Newcomb, Jason Hart. 




Greg Allen, Steven Kreft and Mitch 

Clay create a scene of 

intense drama. 




The Vagabonds 

(Back) Andrew White, Kevin Little, Bron Myers, Darrin Alverez, George Palatkos, Richard 
LeVene. (Midd'-} Julie DelPrincipe, Deborah Ford, Julie Allmon, Jeffrey Parvin, Erica 
Burgner, Ryar Boycs, Mary Melton, Allison Andreano. (Front) Kit Ingui, Jennifer 
Cullimore, Bry^-^nna Suckhalt. Alan Mohney, Jr, Erinina Ness, Tanya Turner, Katy Organ. 




Richard Paul from Saks Comedy 

Club in Orlando often hosted "No 

Holds Barred" improv troupe. 




Our Actors 



Alpha Psi Omega {aXnr]a nai o|ieya): the honorary group 
for aspiring actors, actresses, and directors 

Science Fiction Animation (si'ens fik'shen an'e-ma-shen): 
a group of movie buffs who specialize in the study of 
animated video productions 




The Steppendwarfs are astounded 

by the sudden appearance of a UFO 

floating above the campus. 



Alpha Psi Omega 

(Back) Andrew White, James Beck, 

Jeff Parvin. 

(Front) Richard LeVene, 

Kit Ingui, Erica Burgner. 





Science Fiction Animation 
(Bottom-clockwise) Doug Hogh, Chris 
Pasquerillo, Lazarus Mitchell, John 
Christensen, Tracy Jo Williams, and 
Christina Gilardi. 

T.J. Hanum, Mitch Clay and Steven 
Kreft play the simultaneous roles of 
actors as well as the audience. 




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1 Criminology & Sociology Club ( krime-nole-je & so' se- 

' ol'e-je klub): a group comnnitted to studying the law, how it 
! affects society, and how society is affected by the way peo- 
1 pie behave. 




Beth Laguens, Theresa Grief and Lydia 
Suradja recruit freshmen during Club 

Fest 

Lydia Suradja checks her figures. 



Criminology & 
Sociology Clubb 





Delta Sigma Pi ( del'te sig'me pi): a business honorary that focuses on 
helping students to become good business people. 
Institute of Management Accountants (in' sti-toot' uv man' ij-ment e- 
kount'tentz): the group that focuses on learning good management in 
today's business world. 

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Cara Newcombb and Jennifer Lamb are 
>roud members of Delt Sigma Chi. 



Delta Sigma Pi 

(Back) Kara Newcomb, Billy Buck, l\/like Frino, Jenny Norburn, Erik Kant, 

"Ekim" Kleiman (IVIiddle) Jennifer Lamb, Jennifer Ltor, Erin Burton, 

Lydia Suradja, Gina Simons, Lori Lazansky. (Front) Jeanette Dugas, Nikki George. 




Institute of Management Accountants 

(Back) Jenny Norbum, Lisa Russo, Jeanette 

Dugas. 

(Middle) Carrie Feagle, Jennifer Bettis, Teresa 

Bowman, Alana Phan, Gina Simons, Jennifer 

Crowslon. 

(Front) Beth Laguens, Lydia Suradja, Theresa 

Greif, Lynn Clements-Advisor, Than Tay. 

(Not Pictured) Jana Aibury, John 

Christiansen, Julianne Coleman, Joni Dam, 

Nathan Dunham, Ben Fairchild, Chris 

Fairchild, Elisha Holder, Keri Martin, Brent 

Parrish, Alan Ritch, Kevin Wallace 



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Presenting Our 



Gospel Choir (gos' pel kwir): a group that aspires to present music in a 
more contemporary setting to reach every-day people with the gospel. 
Chamber Choir (cham'ber kwir): the choir group on campus that sings for 
campus events and gives tours across the globe. 




Gospel Choir 

(Back) Miriam Wilson, Lauren Pickard, Ftebecca Tbomton, Marquinia Butts, Angela Roumou. (Middle) 
Angela LebJanc, Nancy wilbur, Sabine Dessieux, April Thompson. (Top) Brandi Ankum, LaShinda Bois, 
Tony Jenkins, Briana Wilson, Brenda Lewis-Advisor. (fJot Pictured) Shamilah Ivory, Shelitha Hastings, 
Nickson Henry, David Sihombing, Nila Evans, Ttacey Hutchinson, Stephain Saranko, Lillie Stovall, Kathy 
Sager, Latoya McCormick, Jennifer Martin, Valeria Minus, Richie Sturdivant, Crystal Richardson, 
Sharonda Weaver, Rita Sembajwse, Michael McKinney, Bonita Petitos, Marco Thomas, Angela Leblanc 



Meliza Solan sings and plays the 
piano for the chapel service. 




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lie Ouinette, Gretchen Metcalf, Jamie Riney, Megan Chatterton, 
Mnski, John Balker, James Duker, Bill Romozer, Erica Egqert, 
Carol Ross, Jan Hopkins. (Front) Rebecca Moore, Becky 
?ruce, Jean Sledge, Ken Hopkins, Tim Hutchins, Matt 
^nnett, Ginny Breckenridge, Dawn Theirfelder, Liz Dykes, 



LaShinda Bois and Nancye Wilbur 
found a common bond in music. 



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Sweet Voices 



Chapel Praise Band (chap'el praz band): the college's 
own band group that provides the music for every Sunday 
morning service on campus. 




Vlex Shanks, Andy Sistrunk and Nancy 
Vilbur know how to get into the music. 



Chapel Praise Band 

Back) Andy Sistrunk, Alex Shanks, 

Jordan Hunt. 

(Front) Desiree Davis, Nancye 

Wilbur, Jocelyn Flynn, 

Judi Mann. 

Not pictured: 

Tom Blair, John Eckman, Bryan 

Edwards 




These girls strive to reach the 
maximum pitch level in their voices. 

Marisa Martinez and Meghan 
Chatterton are ready to sing for the 
Christmas Gala. 





Presenting 



FCA (ef si a): Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a group of students who 
focus on showing athletes how they can integrate their faith into the sport 
they play and make a difference among their teammates. 
Wesley (wes'li): the Methodist student group that meets together to study 
the Bible and learn how to live out their Christianity. 



FCA 

gBack) Joel Ryals, Frank, Matt Grieves, 

Matt Ramsland, Brian Beatty. 

(Front) Beth-Ann Beldry, Heather 

Carricoffe, Christy Meryl, Jessica 

Ryals, Katrina Goodell, Rebecca Clark, 

Lisa Moza. 




April Anderson, Kate Worthington and 

Aimee Kane invite freshmen to look 

into joining Wesley Fellowship 





Wesley 

(Back) April Anderson, Susan Franklin, 
Alex Shanks, Jeremy Hancock, Disney 
Weaver, Matt Walters. (Third Row) 
Karen Huggins, Tara Pratt, Melinda 
Fischer, Laura O'Bryant, Nancye 
Wilbur, Sabine Dessieux, Todd Willis, 
Katie Adams, Angela Roumou, Sarah 
Fuller, Sarah Harder. (Second Row) 
Cristina Cobb, Sarah Reese, Bryan 
Edwards, Stephen Ryan, Amanda 
Malone, Michelle Murray, Leah Thomas 
Aimee Kane. (Front Row) Kate 
Worthington, Staci Biela, Joanne Kirst, 
Genny Gunsolus, Jennifer Bradshaw. 



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<atieAdams and Kristin Connor share 
a little bit of Christian love through 
sign language. 



Our Ministr 




Newman Club (noo'men klub): the Catholic fellowship group that meets to 
discuss contemporary issues and issues of faith 

All Campus Fellowship (ol kam'pes fel'o-ship'): a group that focuses on 
what ministries can be done for college students 





Newman Club 

(Back) Ralph Paul Sluyter, James Cross, Alison Andriano, Matias Von Fedak, Maria 
Fossi, Richard Perez, James Bond. (Middle) Harold Betancourt, Angela Roumou, 
Fr. Joe, Tracy Williams. (Front) Rick Margaitis, Michelle Porter, Tammy Converse, 
Adrian Szasz. 



All Campus Fellowship 



(Top) Chaplain Johnson, David 

Zielinski, 

(Bottom) Tracy Morrison and Lisa 

Babbitt 



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Psi Chi (jioi xni): this is the honorary for aspiring psychology majors. 

Kappa Delta Pi (Kanna SeXxa m)\ this is the honorary for education majors 
and for those interested in becoming teachers one day. 




Psi Chi 




John Hurley and William Powell aspire 
to be practicing physicists one day. 



Kappa Delta Pi 

(Back) Tina Quaranta, Holly Matties, 

Kristi Fenn, Ruth Dittman, Wendy 

Warner, Maria Marion. 

(Third Row) Kim Simpson, Jennifer 

MacDonald, Amber Dwyer, Wideline 

Jean Paul, Shannon Black, 

Heather Whiteside. 

(Second Row) Amy Lohr, Mandi 

Wellman, Jennifer Lipscomb, 

Deborah Neuhofer, Christina Yost, 

Cindy Hurner. 

(Front) Susan Lobdell, Florie Babcock 

(adv.), Anna Harvey, Michelle Porter, 

Elizabeth de Sousa, Leslie Davis, 

Kerry Levesque, Stephanie 



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Technicians 



Sigma Pi Sigma {c\y]xa m oiyiia): the honorary for 

physics majors and those interested in that area of 

science. 

Sigma Beta Delta (oiYiia Pexa beXxa): the 

business and economics honorary society. 




Becky Snavely, Lissette Zamora. and 
Heather Scherer try to interest Vvideline 
Jean-Paul in KDP. 




Sigma Pi Sigina 



Sigma Beta Delta 




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Presenting 



Lambda Pi Eta (>.a|ip5a m exa): the honorary for communications 
students that gives special recognition to students within the major. 

SPJ/Sigma Delta Chi (myiia deXxa xr|i): the honorary association for 
journalists across the U.S. and world wide. 



Lambda Pi Eta 

(Top L-R) Ashley Calhoun, Keagan 

Kerr, Vicki Wuertz (advisor), Kelly 

Pickard, Barbara Goff, Sarah Corbett, 

Maria Goff, Sheilitha Hastings, Julie 

Fogleman, Jennifer Blaubaugh, Jill 

Richardson, Jessica Curran, Tiffany 

jHosey, Nanette Turner, Tracy Morrison, 

Jodi Smith 




Jeremy Secrest points out the award that 
his club received. 




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(Back) Dr. Marie Hardin (advisor), Jaci 

Blain, Michele Harling 

(Middle) Debbie Pacuch, Emilie DuBois, 

Matt Spivey, Keisha Little, Fred Koehler 

(Front) Christy Giordano, Jenni Nix, 

Traci Morrison, Jill Richardson, Nadia 

Gergis 



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=*rofessor Bill Gregory explains the 
vay things are in the real world of 
advertising. 




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Matt Spivey, Nadia Gergis and 
Ryan Miller hang out. 



Our Communifi 



Toastmasters (tost mas'terz): the group that helps students develope their 
speaking skills so they can better present themselves before large or small 
groups of people. 

The Southern (the suth'ern): group dedicated to presenting a scheduled 
newspaper that covers major campus events and issues. 




Toastmasters 

(Left to Right) LaShinda Bois, Andy Heirstetter, Mike Frino, Adam Etters, Chris 

Rosbough, Chris Moyer, Jason Mewman, Robin Baues, Chaplain Allen Johnson, 

Jeanette Dugas, Maria Trindade, Nora Modica, Eric Eisnaugle, Nik Verrecchia, Chris 

Braden 




The Southern 

Dr. Marie Hardin (advisor), Wade Cassells, Saurabh Wahi, Nadia Gergis, Charlie Fair, 

Barbie Rivera, Matt Spivey 



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Presenting More 

Cantilevers (can-ti'lu-verz): the group that presents a literary magazine for 
the campus and also helps encourage creative writing among students. 

Mechanicals (me-ka'ni-kelz): a group that helps students develope their 
writing skills so they can better express themselves with the written 
language. 




Cantilevers 

(Left to Right) K.T. Beauchamp, Claudia Stein (advisor), Billy Edwards, Lisa 

Reynolds, Kevin Little and Jen McKibben 



Wade Cassells anxiously waits to find' 
out where his next story will appear in 
the newspaper. 



Mechanicals 

(Back) Amanda Magnussen, Lisa 

Schroun, T.J. Hannum, Kevin Little, 

Lazarus Mitchell, Margot Gehring, 

Richard Bond, Suzanne Cunning 

(Front) Christina Gilardi, Jennifer 

Cullimore, Deborah Ford, Jayme 

Barnes, Chris P. Pasquorello, Jessica 

Parnett, 

Lindsay l-iudson 



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Communicators 




The Advertising Federation 




Advertising Federation (ad'ver-ti-zing fed'e-ra'shen): 
a group that strives to learn what it takes to become, 
good advertisers and skills to help them succeed in life 
Sigma Delta PI (cny|ia beXxa m): the honorary for Spanish speaking 
students that is curbed towards students who have an interest in the lan- 
guage and culture. 

Spanish Club (span'ish klub): the group that helps students to develop 
their Spanish speaking skills. 



Sigma Delta Pi 

(Left to right) 

Front 

Lori Smith, Christine IVIartin, IVIeiissa 

St. Myers, Luis Jimenez (advisor), 

David Nighs, Justin IVIansfield 



Front 

Steve Demonovich, IVIichele Marling, 
Fidel Vasquez, Sheilitha Hastings, 
Cristina Cobb 



Spanish club 

(left to right) Steve Demonovich, 

Lori Smith, David Nighs 




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Presenting 



World Friendship Society (wurld frend-ship se-si'i-te): a 
group developed to creating a greater understanding 
between different cultures and helping international students 
become fully immersed in U.S. society. 
International Student Association (in'ter-nash-e-nel 
stood'nt e-so'se-a'shen): the group dedicated to helping 
international students fit into the U.S. culture and society. 





Meredith Moore, Yamilet Santana, 

Teresa Halse and Matias Von Fedak 

carry their canoe bacl< upstream after 

the ISA canoe trip. 



World Friendship Society 

(Back) 

Ajit Kaira, Persiana Stilianova, Saurabh 

Pandalai, Margo Gehring, Yunus 

Severoglu, Erkan Surmeli, Ralf Sluyter 

(Front) 

Nila Evans, Tracy Hutchinson, Latetia 

Moore, Tarisai Nyalani, Angela Roumou 



(Top to bottom and left to right) 

Chadin Kampanatsanyakorn, Jay Shah, Eric 

Garcia, Matias Von Fedak, Roberto Mori, Viraj 

Sikand, Gian Paulo Visentin, Richie Sturdivant, 

Kimberly Miller, Amnda Pinder, Yana Zyablitseva, 

Yamilet Santana, Shantalasha Knowles, Tracy 

Hutchinson, Nlla Evans, Tersa Halse, Kevin 

Lytton, Meredith MOore, Maria Ruiz, Perna 

Paksoy, Linda Kaltani, Vilma Zavala, Philip 

Turbitt, Gary Crossan, Fateh Akoi, Maria Person, 

Lauren Pickard, Milena Radeva, Jatan Sohdi, 

Oriana Sulstarova, Allan Bryan, Ahilya Akoi, 

Nadia Gergis, Monika Jakupicz, Saurabh Wahi, 

Maria Fossi (advisor) Cristina Cobb, Nicolas 

Soto, Tarisai Nayalani, Angela Roumou and 

Latetia Moore (president) 



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Nicolas Soto and Oriana Sulstarova 
were voted "Best Dressed Couple" 
.among the international students. 




Shades of Color (shadz ev kul'er): a society dedicated to the breaking down 
of all social barriers regarding race, color and creed. 




Shades of Color 

(Top) Valerie Hardee, Brandi Ankumi, Keith Hunneycutt (adv.), Brenda Lewis, Denis 
Rhoden, Briana Wilson, Stacy Lindo, Thomas Reuschling (adv.), Denise Ashimi, 
KimMiller, April Thomson, David Sihombing, Richy Sturdizant, (Middle) La-Chaz 
Cofield, Sheilitha Hastings, Lillie Stovall, Nikki George, Marre Cummings, Rutherford 
Aska, Nickson Henry, Raberta Barns, (Bottom) Tarysi Nyalani, Travern Berom, 
Andreada Martin, Angela Roumou, Nila Evans, Tracy Hutchinson, Billy Hardee 




Kim Miller dresses as 
a gangster for the 
Halloween Dance 
sponsored by Shades 
of Color. 



{Jatan Sohdi shows that he is proud to 
be an international student. 



Clubs and Organizations 77 






Presenting Our 



Kappa Pi {Kanna m): the honorary for art students that focuses on those 
interested in persuing art professionally. 

Delta Omicron {8ekxa o^iixpov): the women's music honorary that has 
male members as well. 




Kappa Pi 

(Back) Ben Harben, Kevin Little, Dave Dowdy, Downing Barnitz (adv.), Lazarus 
Mitchell, Eddie, (Middle) Chad Kostella, Richard Bond, Jessica Barnett, Marlena 
Baravskas, Jill McClure (Front) Suzanne Cunning, Jayme Barnes 



Delta Omicron 

(Front) 

Joe Bennett, James Dykes, Beau Edgil, 

Colby Beck, Ben Richards 

(Middle) 

Inez deDeugd, Becky Snavely, Karen 

Bruce, Shamilah Ivory, Robin Noble, 

Tammy Kitson, Rachel Van, Elizabeth 

Eldred, Rebecca Moore, Alison 

Kerekes, Michelle Tamayo 

(Back) 

Everis Kline, Christie Rosas-Guyon, 

Kristin McMahan, Marissa Pope, 

Erica Eggert, Nicole Grutta, 

Jenny Henson 




Donald Lunsford plays his sax during 
the Christmas Gala convocation in 
December. 




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Musicians 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (nm )i\) a^Tiria aiv(t)ovm): the men's 
music honorary society that is made up of both men and 
women who appreciate music. 




Jennifer Cullimore explains her 
ibstract construction of the lungs of a 
tuman. 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 

(Front-left to right) 

Kris Atl<inson, Colby Becit, Inez 

deDeugd, Stephen Ryan, Erica Eggert, 

James Dykes, Becl<y Snavely 

(Middle) 

Marco Thomas, Joe Bennett, Brook 

Miscoski, Chris Robertson, Jason 

Baumbough 

(Back) 

Mike Walsh, Kevin Levine, Matt 

Buckmaster, Robert l-lughes, Stephen 

Short, Ben Richards, Beau Edgil 





Members of Delta Omicron serve coffee 
to students between classes. 

Hitting those Christmas notes with the 
jazzy touch. 




Presenting 



Order of Omega (or'der uf oitieya): the honorary for 
exceptional students who are also involved in a greek 
organization on campus. 





Billy Berg, Jenifer Bradshaw an( 

Bryan Edwards help students vote fo 

the Agnes Rowe-Johnson award 



Order of Omega 

(Back to Front) 

Todd Willis, Dave Calvo, Jeff Munn, 

Glen Beree (adv.), Julie Fogleman, 

Desiree Davis, Heather Tomarchio. 



Tina Haarlander and Nicole Rutleqe 

flip their flapjacks to perfection for 

the "Flapjack Fling." 



Clubs Not Pictured: 

American Chemical Society 

Association of Computer Machinery 

Baptist Student Ministries 

Best Buddies 

Commuter Student Association 

Democratic Club 

French Club 

Florida Public Relations Association 

Music Educators National Conference 

Orientation Leaders 

Philosophy Club 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Pre-Law Society 

Reformed University Feliowship (RUF) 

Republican Club 

Resident Advisors 

Sigma Rho Epsilon 

Sports Dance Club 

Students Offering Students (S.O.S.) 

Theta Chi Beta 

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Phi Eta Sigma (jrrii exa oiyiia): the honorary society for freshmen when 

they first enter college, but they can stay a part of it throughout their college 

career 

Southern Ambassadors {suth'em ambas'e-derz): the group of students 

who represent our college to potential students and visitors 




Uric Fischle can't seem to figure out 
vhere all the food has gone to. 



Phi Eta Sigma 

President- Heather Carricoffe 
Secretary- Hennie Schoeman 
Historian- Saleem Josephs 



Vice President- Jon Christian 
Treasurer- Dawn Klokow 




Southern Ambassadors 

(First Row) 

Gisela Roa, Kenisha Missick, Tanya 

Brown, Judi Mann, Shannon Harman, 

Nikki George 

(Second Row) 

Lisa Leavitt, Amanda Blount, Jennifer 

Piergentili, Amanda Helfric, Chris 

Quilico 

(Third Row) 

Jeff Munn, Lindsey Alexander, Gordana 

Cuperdija, Cheryl Wickham, Amanda 

Wellman, Keli Norris, Valerie Hardee, 

Jennifer Boll, Marie Eden 

(Fourth Row) 

Justin Mansfield, Alric Fischle, Rob 

Bourne, Ben Richards, Bob McKnight, 

Jon Christian, Lillie Stovall, Stacey 

Biela, Elizabeth Holmes, 

Mr. Glen Berre (advisor) 



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The Lambda Chi Alphas and the Alpha Chi Omegas 

team up against the Kappa Alphas and the Zetas in 

this volley ball game during Greek Week. 

Greek Life S3 



Amanda Gruzas and friend are dressed 
up and ready to go for this greek for- 
mal event. 



Greek Unity is.... 

Kappa Alpha... 
ZetaTau Alpha... 
Pi Kappa Phi... 
Alpha Omicron Pi... 
Pi Kappa Alpha... 
Alpha Chi Omega... 
Sigma Chi... 
Kappa Delta... 
Lambda Chi Alpha.. 
Alpha Delta Pi... 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha Chi 

Omega hang out in the spirit of Greek 

friendship and unity. 



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Go Greek! 



(Left) Erica Eggert and Billy 
Berg take the moment to pose 
for a shot. 



(Below) Amy Burkey and 
Cheryl Wickham enjoy a quiet 
evening in "the house" 
together. 







(Above) Rebecca Woodruff, 
Eddie Sullivan, Keli Norris, 
and Todd Worch demonstrate 
how to "groove" the greek 
way. 

(Left) Julie Fogleman and Judi 
Mann celebrate this special 
week for the "Greek" students 
on campus. 



Kappa Alpha Order 



dieu et dames 



Kappa Alpha Order was founded December 21 , 1865 at Washington and 
Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. The Gamma Pi chapter was installed on 
the Florida Southern College campus May 9, 1958. 

Each year the brothers of Kappa Alpha work hard through many activities in 
order to raise money for their philanthropy, the Muscular Dystrophy Association. 

The symbols of Kappa Alpha are the Crimson Rose, the Magnolia, the 
Knight, and the Canon. Their colors are Crimson and Old Gold. Kappa Alpha's 
motto is "for God and Women;" therefore, their nickname was established as 
"The Southern Gentlemen." 

The brothers of Kappa Alpha pride themselves on brotherhood and following 
the ideals of their spiritual founder, Robert E. Lee. 



First Row- 
Keith Kestler, Brain Martin, Evan Graham, Geoff Sherman, Jason 
Yeates 

Second Row- 
Robert Hawkins, Tony Jarrett, Chris O'Brien, IVIiguel Sosa, Scott 
Morrison 
Third Row- 

Kendrick Schetter, Matthew McElfresh, Chris Moyer, Mark Jerkins 
Todd Worch, Brent Ellis 

Fourth Row-Eddie Sullivan, Colin Zimmerman, Glen Larue, Matt 
Barrett, Chris Brackin 








Kendrick Schetter parties in 
his best "greek" style. 



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Kappa Alpha is.. 

Crimson and Old Gold. ..The Grand '01 

Gang. ..Miami.. .. Gator.. .MC Fresh. ..The 

Godfather.. 

..Vedder... Prompt... Marvel... The Beav.. 

.Fact Boy.. Andre... Squishy... Elton.. 

. Chihuahua. ..Zim...Pirkie...Popeye... 

Longwood.. .Weasel. ..Col Klink...Wally... 

Thor.. .Beamer... Garth. ..Sweethearts- 

Gretchen, Jessica, Kimmee, Dawn,& 

Amy...Giddeyup...The Canon. ..KA 

Cookouts...Smilin' Jacks.. 

.Crackhead.. .Summer Keggers... 

Connie Lingus...The Flood. ..The 

Nation's Finest Gentlemen. ..Old 

South. ..KAOS...Giddeyup again!.. 

Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa, Give 'em Hell 

Kappa Alpha. ..Trivia Champs.. 
.BIumpkin...Teabags... Boron. ..Dirty 

Donkey and Dirty Sanchez.. 
.Chivalry.. .Paddles. .."What time Is 
Chapter?". ..The Usual Suspects.. 
Travelers. ..Dixie Ball. ..Robert E. 
Lee. ..Convention in KC.Taco.. 
.Rocks..."! am tired of gettin' F***ed!".. 
."Anyone want to buy a car for $75 and 
a ride to the bus station?". ..Dues are 
Due!. ..The Trots. ..Kamel Reds. ..Lung 
Cancer.. ."Who da called my name?".. 
.Visitation Violations.. .RUSH INFRAC- 
TIONS. .."Forget about it!". 
. .TOG A!TOG AITOG A! . . .Often 
Imitated, never equaled. ..Leaders 
among men. ..Wheat, Barley, Whey, 
Give 'em Hell KA! 





Eddie Sullivan helps to paint 
the sidewalk in front of the 
new house for the KAs. 



"Wheat, Barley, Alfalfa. 
Give'em Hell, Kappa Alpha. 
Wheat, Barley, Whey. Give'em 
Hell, KA. " 



The KAs are ready to 
congratulate their new mem- 
bers on Bid Day '98. 




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Erica Eggert, Tisza Holt, 

Rebecca Woodruff, Christie 

Rosas-Guyon and Jessica 

Brown put forth real teamwork 

to get this car washed. 

Trippi Szukis runs to hug her 

new sister, Jessica Curran, 

after having received her bid. 

Erica Barnhart, Tiffany IVIiles, 

Sumer Chidress, Dory 

IVIamouzelos, Diana Cardona, 

Jennifer Huber, IVIichelle 

Porter and Tammy Kitson 

relaxing in the "house." 




Zeta Tau Alpha is.. 

R.T.B.'s... Frank. ..Lambda Etas.. 

.NARC.Tau Nu Chi... "Are you born 

with it"...NPP... "Library".. .KROP... Fu- 

Fu.. .Spring '96 sweetheart- Craig... 

Boo-bear... Tricky... A Pike and a Zeta. 

Zeta Tau Aloha.. .KPP... 

sexual chocolate. ..SHI. ..the 

crew.. .Appreciation buddies-Todd, 

Chad, and Ryan... "FZB"... Fraternity 

Sweetheart-Kimmee, Gretchen, I 

Jessica, Tammy, Erica, and Mandy... 

"This is the worst trip..." ...Debary rich 

people. ..it's a new one-cause its got 

stripes. ..You got a drink named 

Steve?. ..Rho Omicron Tau. ..Ben 

"Doors" Harben... T-love & 

T-dog.. .Touchdown Tater... Hooch & 

Yokey... "Chip". ..Don't mess with the 

TPT... CO-JO-EM. ..Be Random... 

SMYLE... Crowns and Frowns.. 

Phoebe... "Simply Irresistible". ..Today 

and Forever.. .Spring '96. ..White 

Violets... Frogs. ..Bigs/Lil's... "ONE HUN 

DRED YEARS OF SISTERHOOD".. 

Good Luck Seniors! 



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Z0ta Tau Alp 



"Seek the Noblesr 




Zeta Tau Alpha was founded on October 15, 1898 at Longwood College in 
Farmville, Virginia. Zeta Tau Alpha is the third largest national sorority. 

The Delta Beta chapter was installed April 15,1957 and is the 99th link in the 
chain of chapters. Zeta Tau Alpha sponsors the Mr. Southern pageant to raise 
money for their philanthropy, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Research. 

The symbols of Zeta Tau Alpha are the White Violet, the Crown, Frogs, and 
Strawberries. Their colors are Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray. 

Zetas pride themselves on their numerous service projects including Don't 
be a Fool and the Talbot House. The Delta Beta chapter has received one of the 
highest awards offered for over eight years: Crown Chapter; also, they received 
a silver award for activities. 

Zeta Tau Alpha stresses individuality and uniqueness. 





Keli Norris and Krisy Mclnelly are 
excited to be a part of the Rush 
week finale: the run down the 
hill. 



Front Row- 
Nanette Turner, Kimmee Johnston, Jessica Curran, Rebecca Ross, 
Jennifer Huber, Kerri Hamernick, Gretchen Swartzlander, Dory 
Mamouzelos, Victoria Hutto, IVIichelle Porter, Kelli Kinstle 
Second Row- 
Cheryl Wickham, Brittany Pendry, Erin Barnett, Julie Curran, Caroline 
Cowley, Tammy Kitson, Sumer Childress, Krisy Mclnelly, Cecily 
Secry, Mandi Wellman, Jessica Brown, Tiffany Miles 
Third Row- 

Everis Kline, Christie Rosas-Guyon, Alston Wallace, Trippi Szukis, JJ 
Hall, Erica Eggert, Diana Cardona, Ruby Hypes, Erica Barnhart, 
Jessica Toltz, Keli Norris, Mandy Pinder, Tisza Holt, Rebecca 
Woodruff 
Fourth Row- 
Jocelyn Flynn, Jen Abate, Maureen Hodges, All Barrett, Julie Starr 



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Pi Kappa Phi 

"Nothing Shall Ever, Tear Us Asund 



Pi Kappa Phi was founded December 10,1904 at the College of Charleston 
in Charleston, South Carolina. 

The Beta Beta chapter was installed on the Florida Southern College cam- 
pus on October 16,1948. Pi Kappa Phi is the only fraternity to ever create and 
sustain its own philanthropy organization, PUSH America. The project's goal is 
to raise money and awareness of the severely handicapped. 

The symbols of Pi Kappa Phi are the Star, the Lamp, the Crossed Swords 
and the Rose. Their colors are Blue, Gold and White. 




(Top) Chris Clause, Rob Flores, Tarl Rasmussen, Steven Kreft, 
Brandon Henderson, Duane Stamm, Jason Hart 
(Bottom) William Anderson, Yunus Severglou, John Purtell, Chad 
Kostella, Matt Oilliland, Max Cook 



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Chad "Coppertone" Kostella shows 
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Pi Kappa Phi is... 

I love God and Chad... You wanna touch 
it. .. Taint.. .Ze, where's your sister?. ..Are 
you kidding me?. ..Are you talking?.. 
Jamie, do you need a hug?. ..God 
Speed. ..50 cents for sour cream. ..How 
do you sleep at night?!. ..Just 1 skill.. 
Like Ze said: "I'm not a machine" 
...Regal Beagle. ..Random Brutal 
Taxation. ..Brandon, you don't look so 
good. ..Stupid Turk!...l can't show this to 
my girlfriend. ..Show it to her; na, just 
tell her about it.. .Why do I smell like 
coconuts?. ..Put it in my — 
"Coppertone."...The internet rides 
again. ..Next time, ask if she has a 
boyfriend. ..Gigg'em all, let God sort 
'em out...Gu,what happened to your 
knees?... Praise Allah, but first tie your 
camel to a post... 50 years and still 
standing. ..The only "house" on cam- 
pus. ..And Mendu is still a great 
band!. ..This is the end. 





Pi Kappa Phi makes the move 
into their new House, making 
sure to bring the essentials. 



Spring '97 and their pledge ed. 
"Devo" pose with '97-'98 
chapter sweetheart Jaci Blain. 



Brothers enjoy the old house 
to the last with a final pick-up 
game. 




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Germano, Christy Sanchez, 

Keri Cardinale, IVIorgan 

Davidson, Cathy Ferguson 

and IVIisti Winemiller gather 

around their sweetheart, 

Nate Brukner. 



Jenneil Parks, Christy 

Sanchez, Jennifer Germano, 

IVIorgan Davidson, Keri 

Carinale, Emily IVIohr and 

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of their "house" door. 




Alpha Omicron Pi is... 
Sassy.. .let me show you some- 
thing.. .sho-nuff...pervse.. .fashion 

faux pas. ..screaming like so — 
ohhh...The one and only "Oh what 
a night". ..ladies night... It's raining 

men...intramurals...we busted 

ours to kick yours. ..TPA... Hungry 

fella-there you go. ..tunnels — 

where? Tubs — what?. ..running 

around the nake laked.. .do-do 

fairy... Carnival night- 
what?...Right!...7 o'clock on the 

dot.. .She drives a purple 
truck. ..I'm buggin out... chocolate 
chip muffin. ..Sheafs & 
griefs. ..Buddha.. 
.Bigmouth...Schlimazel... Goofy... 
Big Lush. ..Mo-e-sha...Teez... Rose 
Ball. ..wills. ..unity.. .Stand for some- 
thing or you'll fall for anything! 




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Ipha Omicron 



"Individuals United Under One Common Bond" 

Alpha Omicron Pi was founded January 2, 1897 at Bernard College 
University in New York. 

The Kappa Gamma chapter was installed on the Florida Southern 
College campus May 5, 1946. The sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi sponsor the Star 
Search Talent Show in order to raise money for their philanthropy, the Arthritis 
Foundation. 

The symbols of Alpha Omicron Pi are the Jacqueminot Rose, the Ruby, 
and the Panda. Their color is Cardinal. The foundation of Alpha Omicron Pi was 
based on Greek ideals, not Medieval ones; therefore, where others display a 
crest, they display the rose. 





First Row- 
Jennifer Germano, Morgan Davidson, Hina Patel, Emily IMohr, Jenneil 
Parks 

Second Row- 

Jenn Wallace, Kate Fittere, Carol Winderfeldt, Tricia DiNvnzio, 
Kelly Fossum 
Third Row- 

Tara Rodola, Rachel Maxfield, Kim Koltveit, Marisa Anton, Korri Piper, 
Lisa Scharovn, Beth Dunham 



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!)ardinak give a good portrayal 
>f sisterhood. 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 



"Once a Pike, Always a Pikfi 



Pi Kappa Alpha was founded March 1, 1868 at the University of Virginia in 
Charlottesville, Virginia. 

The Delta Delta chapter was installed on the Florida Southern College cam- 
pus in 1946. The Brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha hold a "Date Auction" in the fall in 
order to raise money for their philanthropy, Big Brothers and Big Sisters. 

The symbol of Pi Kappa Alpha is the Fire Truck, and their colors are Garnet 
and Gold. The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha, better known as Pikes, strive for 
brotherhood, being the best one can be, and making friendships that will last a 
lifetime. 






Front Row- 
Adam Salley, Larry Glenn, Justin Kelly 
Second Row- 

Keagan Kerr, Hathan Bruckner, Gregory Novak, Michael Mann, Mick 
Braden, Shane Fisher, Jason Bates, Chad Bickford, Mark Turturro, 
Sal Paone 
Third Row- 
Josh Beardsley, Bob McKnight, Jeff Larsen, Edward McCarthy, Chris 
Braden, Josh Perrella, Kurt Kaminga, Josh Atchley 




Edward McCarthy keeps a tight hold 
on the ladder. 



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Pi Kappa Alpha is.. 

;.We're not cocky, we're just better 

than you. ..You may not like us, 

but your girlfriend does. ..If you 

can't beat us on the field, Beat us 

|off...Doug "Brooklyn" ... "Big John 

the Enforcer"... "Pyle" Braden, 

"Monroe" Larsen, "Hollywood" 

Bruckner, Muscles. ..Sal "Wop", 

Bick... Eddie "Bad A—", Kurt 
"Cumminya", Keags, Spam, Tara 
^tchley, P-Funk, T-Funk... "Citron" 
Beardsley, "Fun Bobby". ..Fishah, 

Woody, "Young Redbeard", 

'Muppef Mann. ..FARM, SALON... 

Firemen... Dreamgirls-Kim, 

Heather... Sweetheart-Melissa, 

Melanie, Jackie... "The more 

• we come across, the more 

we see... "Two Words... "...Three 
reasons why we're better than 
I you-PKA. 





Josh Atchley, Kurt Kamminga, 
Kick Braden, Bob Mcknight, 
Keagen Kerr and Shane Fisher 
have really caught something 
big out of the sky. 

Kurt Kamminga and Josh 
Perrella share some of that 
good ol' brotherly love. 



Sweetheart Jackie Witmer, 
Nate Bruckner, Kurt 
Kamminga and Josh Perrella 
reminisce over their chapter 
from other years gone by. 




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Amanda Gruzas, Leslie Kirby, 
Shannon Powell and Gretchen 
Metcalf help Julie Fogleman 
celebrate her birthday at the 
Peabody l-iotel. 



Amanda Gruzas and Erin 

Thomas do their usual 

shopping at the Disney 

Villiage. 




Alpha Chi Omega is... 

Carnations. ..22 
pearls. ..angels. ..love, laughter, and 
lyres... Hat Day... Fat Jacks... FABU- 
LOUS!. ..Spring '96 Six 
Pack.. .Omega Love... "I Will 
Survive"... F.F.F.F.A....Kwystal 
Chicks... Party of Five. ..Calling all 
Vegetables... Sweethearts-Randy, 

Fun Bobby, Rich, Dave, 

Shane. ..Watermelon Bust Champs 

'95- '98. ..Roofriends.. .Chair ...Cruiz'r 

in the Cabby and Flight Civic. ..4 

o'clock morning march... "strike a 

deal". ..numbers. ..Senior 

Sisters. ..Tweedledee and 

Tweedledum. ..Bandit Lives!. ..Trash.. 

True Sisterhood. ..Melanie, Julie, 

Amanda, Gretchen, Arika, Pam, 

Amber, Jodi... Forever Seeking the 

Heights! 




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Alpha Chi Omega 



'Together Let Us Seek the Heights' 



Alpha Chi Omega was founded October 15, 1885 at De Pauw University in 
Greencastle, Indiana. 

The Beta Omicron chapter was installed on the Florida Southern College 
cannpus November 13, 1936. Every year the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega host 
the "Big Man on Campus" contest to raise money for their philanthropy. Women 
of Domestic Violence. 

The symbols of Alpha Chi Omega are the Golden Lyre, the Red Carnation, 
and the Angel. Their colors are Scarlet Red and Olive Green. 



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Front Row- 
Amanda Gruzas, Shannon Powell, Julie Fogleman, Gretchen Metcalf, 
Leah Zguzenski, Andrea Hagen, Pamela Moore, Kristin Connor, 
Suzanne Bromley 
Second Row- 
Sarah St. John, Nadine Moschak, Elizabeth Savoy, Teresa Bowman, 
Robyn Gypp, Dawn Theirfelder, Jackie Witmer, Melanie Panakos, 
Christy Gertgen, Heather Sanders, Erin Thomas 
Not Pictured: Amber Johnston 



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aiovarelli are all dressed up 
ind ready for a spectacular 
light. 



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Sigma Chi 



In Hoc Signo Vinces 




Sigma Chi was founded June 28, 1855 at Miami University in 
Oxford, Ohio. 

The Epsilon Sigma chapter was installed on the Florida Southern 
College campus May 17, 1959. Every year the brothers of Sigma Chi 
hold the "Derby Days" contest in order to raise money for their philan- 
thropy, the Children's Miracle Network. 

The symbol of Sigma Chi is the White Constantine Cross. Their col- 
ors are Blue and Old Gold. The Sigma Chi Fraternity is more than just 
a fraternity; it is an opportunity and a way of life. 





Front Row- 
Earl Miller, Jim Alderman, Matt Walters, Jesse Mclaughlin, 
Second Row- Craig French, Mark Petker, Andy Sistrunk, Matt 
Southmayd, Adam Bantner, Brent Parrish, Dan Calvo, Tye Finlay, Joe 
Dionne 
Third Row- 
Tyler Tucker, Jeremy Bennett, Kenneth Hancock, Javan Grant, Corey 
Menard, Ryan Humphreys, Aaron West, Mike Frino, Casey Bourque 
Fourth Row- 
Rob Bourne, Marcus Walterstrom, Caz Adcock, Matt Toper 
Fitth Row- 
Rich Perez, Phil D'Angio, Randy Weaver, Billy Buck 




Rich Perez plays Master ofi 

Ceremonies during the Fall 98 

Bid Day 



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Sigma Chi is... 

The White Cross. ..BPR,TCB,WLL,IMJ, 

DWC,FHS,JPC...The Norman Shield... 

"The road is long"... "Won't back 

down". .. 40th. ..BMFC... Take it to 

heart.. .Randearl... Garbage 

cans. ..Coop. ..WE made you guys...P- 

i nut.. .You know the routine. ..Manchild. 

.. Vietnam. ..Calvo... Columbian 

Communications.. .1-800-MILLIPORE 

...Children's Miracle Network.. 

.Hammer.. .Beat dem cakes. ..Gabe.. 

.Fall weekend. ..Wine Society.. .Lowell... 

Watch out for window... Roast 

Beef.. .Rollercoaster... Biker Bash... 

Floods, fire alarms, natural 

disasters. ..Bringitroundnow...Redface... 

Ebonics. ..Korbel.. .The tavern... The 

bear.. .The shaggin wagon. ..The 

Penguin. ..Golden Tea and 

Arkanoid...Fall '95. ..George & Jazzy 

Jack.. .The lounge... "It's something 

unpredictable"... 

Sweethearts-Laura, Kristen, Carrie, 

Jessie, Kim, Nadine, Amy, Brin-we love 

you... 

Sigma Chi isTRUE brotherhood and a 

way of life...Epsilon Sigma forever! 





Tyler Tucker, Ryan 
Humphreys, Dan Calvo, Ty 
Finlay, Rich Perez, Paul 
Rossano and Rob Bourne feel 
quite achieved after a good 
game of basketball. 

Jeremy Bennett and Ray 
Genthner are ready to meet 
their new brothers during Fall 
'98 bid day. 



And it's a big party for all 
those involved in Spring Bid 
Day for Sigma Chi. 




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Sisters Dawn Klowkow, 

Tammy Hawkins and 

Erin IVIorris show off their 

cowgirl spirits. 



Chris Quilico, IVIeghan 

Chatterton and Kimberly 

Whitehead at the Karaoke 

party singing away. 




Kappa Delta is... 
Emerald Ball...Halloweenies... 

Cancilelights...Emeralcls.... 

Diamonds... Pearls. ..Unique but 

United ...Rail Sings. ..The hanging 

of the Greens... AOT... The best 
just got better.. .When the thunder 
rolls. ..The lighting smiles!. ..Who 
invited you?. ..violet love...No-cho 
party... Dnag!... "Friendships come ! 
and go, but Kappa Delta lasts for- 
ever". ..Greek week 3- 
peat.. .Jungle Jim's. ..Deck the 
Halls. ..White Roses. ..Girl Scouts. 

..Green Knight.. .Senior 

Hunt.. .Teddy Bears... Sweethearts 

Alric, Mark, Billy, Rob, Jeff, 

Hennie, Matt, Brent.. .Seniors- 

Frick & Frack... Cakes. ..Li! 

T... Jessica Rabbit... Sweet 

Pea...TC.1...My Father's.. .GA 

Girl. ..Mint Cush...Gin-n- 
Juice.. .Bahama Mama...Taka. 




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Kappa Delt 

"Let Us Strive for that which is 

Honorahle, Beautiful, and Highesr 

Kappa Delta was founded on October 23, 1987 at Longwood College in 
Farmville, Virginia. 

The Gamma Epsilon chapter was installed on the Florida Southern College 
campus on February 5, 1955. This year the sisters of Kappa Delta put on a 
"Date Auction" in addition to their annual Shamrock Project in order to raise 
money for their philanthropy, the National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse. 
The symbols of Kappa Delta are the Dagger, the Teddy Bear, the Nautilus Shell, 
the White Rose, the Diamond, the Emerald, and the Pearl. 

Their colors are Olive Green and Pearl White. The sisters of Kappa Delta can 
be seen living up to the standards of their motto in all aspects of life. 




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Front Row- 

Aimee Paquin, Lissette Zamora, Tassima Worren, Rebekah Eckman, 
Ginnie Breckenridge, Liesle Davis, Meghan Chatterton, Heather 
Tomarchio, Lisa Leovilt, Wideline Jean-Paul, Kenisha IVIissick 
Second Row- 
Amanda Heifrich, Katie Rice, Stacia Tague, Elizabeth Holmes, 
Rebecca Greenstein, Morie Eden, Tammy Hawkins, Michele Rom, 
Katie Beauchamp, Julie Jeffries 
Third Row- 
Alison Kenelles, Lisa Cholmes, Kelly Harless, Chris Quilico, Amanda 
Blount, Melissa St. Myers, Theresa Greif, Erin Morris, Jenie Edwards, 
Shanon Harmen, Jennifer Boll, Jenny Henson 
Fourth Row- 

Tiona Hoardlander, Tami Swichheimer, Jacquelynn Wood, Kimberly 
Whitehead, Dawn Klokow, Becky Hartley, Katie Betchelor, Kelly Pike, 
Nicole Rutledge, Carrie Burns, Diana Moronta, Judi Mann 
Not Pictured: Gisela Roa, Katie O'Dell, Berna Paksoy, Cambron 
Carlton 



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Lambda Chi Alpha 



"Every Man a Man" 



Lambda Chi Alpha was founded November 2, 1909 at Boston University in 
Boston, Massachusetts. 

The Epsilon Xi chapter was installed at Florida Southern College in April of 
1938. Each year the brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha host the Miss Greek 
Pageant to raise money for their philanthropy, the American Cancer Society. 

The symbol of Lambda Chi Alpha is the Cross and Crescent. Their colors 
are Gold, Green, and Purple. The brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha hold a high 
standard of brotherly love and of making Lambda Chi Alpha a way of life. 




Front Row- 

Alric Fischle, Jeff Munn, Richad Davis, Steve Ross, Ryan Livergood, 
Todd Willis, Marcus Connerly, Mark Brown, B.J. Edwards, Mike 
Murphy 
Second Row- 
Billy Berg, Ray Siegler, Josh Slear, JP Hickman, Toby McGlinn, Scott 
Powell, Greg Korack 
Third Row- 
Tom Bilavsky, Matt Field, Dave Schmidt, John Hurley, Shayn Horton, 
Eric Eisnaugle, Mark Darling 
Fourth Row- 
Steve Short, Travis Tucker, Joe Bennett, Ben Johnson, JP McNulty, 
Byron Durden, Ryan Miller, Eric Garcia, Rick Margaitis, Joe Zackheiy, 
Ben Richards 




Richard Davis goes fishing by the 

library while his brothers watch with 

great curiousity. 






Lambda Chi Alpha 
is. ..Purple. ..Green. ..Gold. ..Cross 
and Crescent... Associate 
Membership... Miss 
Greek.. .Spacewalk... Watermelon 
Bust... Chapter Sweetheart- 
Hillary 
...NZFD...Late Night Pillow 

Committee... Sigma 

Stud... Bomb... Beave... Jack 

E.. ."Every Man A Man"... Magic 

Carpet Ride. ..Daddie-0... Fire 

Alarms... Weekend. ..Alpha in the 

Lake... 

Cookie. .. Norm's. ..4H... Century 

Club. ..Bouncing Jello...Go 
Bucs...WWDD...Drop a Deuce- 
Elite. ..3 O'clock... Anarchy Night... 
"Naught Without Labor". ..Running 

the Hill. ..Bid Day.. .Water 

Wars. ..It's where you belong. ..In 

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Ben Johnson, Billy Berg, Ryan 
Miller, Rick Margaitis, Eric 
Eisenaugle, Mark Darling, 
Todd Willis and Mike Murphy 
are going out in style. 



Steve Ross, Ryan Livergood 
and Marcus Connerley prefer 
just to look cool standing in 
front of their "house." 



'it's a Halloween party for Tom Bila'svky, 
Steve Ross, Scott Powell, B.J. Edwards, 
Ryan Livergood and Marcus Connerly. 




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Carrie Maynard and Christy 

Midgley are ready to go out 

trick-or-treating on Holloween 

night. 



For Kim Williams and 

Christina Buck, there is 

nothing compared to the bond 

that is formed between 

sorority sisters. 



The girls of Alpha Delta Pi get 

together for a group picture in 

the lobby of their "house." 




Alpha Delta Pi is.. 

.Eta Beta...S.O.A.P.. ..T.R.A.M.P.S... 

.A. B.C. ...Tri Kappa.. .Violets. ..Alphie.. 

.Proper and Prim. ..Film Flam. ..Tact 

Club. ..Blackheads. ..Fire Alarms.. 

.Sheepy...Rho Alpha. ..Cindy... "It's not 

my problem!"... Retreats. ..Photoman... 

Prides. ..3 o'clock club. ..Friend, 

Fun, That's Fine!. ..random... 

Tallywackers Club... Quota 2- 

peat... Lambda Chi sweethearts- 

Desiree, Hillary, Kathryn.. .Sigma Chi 

sweethearts-Kristen, Laura, Kim. ..Pi 

KappaPhi sweetheart-.. .Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon sweetheart- Lori.. .Azure 

Blue. ..Diamond Girls. ..Sisterhood. 

..May 15, 1851. ..Alpha Membership... 

Diamond Sisters. ..Disney World. ..Pi 

Love...Pata Pacas... Originals in a World 

of Imitations. ..First and Finest. ..Spring 

'96-Tiffany, Kristin, Holly, Ashley, Hillary, 

Allison, Brittney, Katie, Jen, Kim, 

Lori. ..Fall '96-Selina, Laura, April, 

Chris. ..We Live for Each Other. 



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Alpha Delta 

We Live for Each Other" 




Alpha Delta Pi, the first secret society for women, was founded May 15, 
1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia. 

The Gamma Gamma chapter was installed on the Florida Southern College 
campus April 27, 1943. The sisters of Alpha Delta Pi hold an annual "Fall Kick- 
Off" in order to raise money for their philanthropy, the Ronald McDonald House. 

The symbols of Alpha Delta Pi are the Lion, the Diamond, and the Woodland 
Violet. Their colors are Azure Blue and White. 




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Front Row- 

Desiree Davis, Hillary Nelson, Holly Matthies, Ashley Calhoun, 

Kristinlmhoff, Tiffany Hosey, Katie Gamble, Laura Freeman, April 

Box, Kelly Sheehan, Selina Baulding, Kim Donahoe, Christina Bowen. 

Second Row- 

Rishel Nelson, Chanel Dedes, Kristi Grooms, Carrie IVIaynard, Christy 

Midgley, Rene Little, Kathryn Zillman, Lindsay Mills, Kim Williams, 

Michelle Scott, Heather Smith 

Third Row- 

Ashleigh Rozansl^, Laura Fortini, Alison Lang, Jamie Riney, Michelle 

Meisner, Jennifer Freeman 



Kathryn Zillman and Allison Rose 
prepare their own unique 
cheerleading routine. 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

"First to Rise. Last to Fair 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on the banks of the Black Warrior River 
March 9, 1856 at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

The Florida-Gamma chapter was installed at Florida Southern College on 
November 12, 1949. The brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon work hard throughout 
the year to support their philanthropy, the S.P.C.A. 

The symbol of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is Leo the Lion and their colors are 
Purple and Gold. 



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Top- 

Tomas Maddock, Jon Carlson, Jay Kackerski, Chris Taylor, Davy 
Carnes, Alberto Bonfil, Derek Schreiber 
Bottom- 
William Cornelius, Eduardo Carvallo, Steve Hufnal, Daniel Cardena 




Tom Maddock and Eduardo Carvallo 
watch in amazement as William 
Cornelius procedes to stick his 

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon is... 

The Boys are Back in Town!... The 

Juice Factor... Old/New Factor.. .Big 

Bald Guy.. .We're Money... It's 2 

a.m ....Dirty Virgil. ..Phi 

Alpha.. .P&P... Banquet.. .Doc. .Freak 

Boy.. .Crackhead... Die. ..Mike 

Who?. ..The Latin Lover.. .Is he a 

brown man...Speednut...NA...Hot 

Box... Senior Burns. ..Biker 

Nite... Family Feud. ..Chef 

Tell. .. STANK!. ..Sunrisers... Pints... 

Smelly 

v.. ..Jungle Bush. ..Hash... 

Kamintosed... Likey... Is he polite?... 

The Big Hole... Big Denny.. .Spooky 

Markus...Chauncy Wallace. ..The Big 

J. ..Shepherds... Double 

Down. ..Deisel... Screw.. .Ma'm, where 

do the high school girls hang 

out?. ..Guyutie... interrogation... 

Beautiful Babies. ..Boston 

Baby.. .Molly's. ..The Alley.. .B. 

Jones... Hard Hat... Downtown. 





Jay Kacherski, Derek Schieber 
and Chris Taylor show that 
they accept Jon Carlson even 
when he cross-dresses. 

These two SAE's try not to do 
too much damage to each 
other in one day. 

In one of the hotter events 
among the greeks, Jay 
Kacherski, Eduardo Carvallo, 
Brittany Pendry, Tomas 
Maddock, Steve Hufnal and 
Jackie Blake pose for "Pimp 
and Prostitute Night." 




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Jenneil having a little bit of 
fun at the Bishop's house 



Rho Chi is... 
Maroon and cream... 

Rush 
counselor... gummy 
bears... How's it hang- 
ing?... BBB... Pablo... like 
a moose... cupcakes... 
pizza... Charlie's Angels... 

sweetheart Yunus... 
Theresa's new friend... It's 
Jenneil's fault... strokin'... 
Terrorizing Tammy... Chez 

is the lucky one... 
Jenneil's curtain... Ladie's 
Night Every Night... "What 
happened to my air mat- 
tress?... Greek Unity at it's 
finest... RHO CHI IS THE 
SIXTH SORORITY. 




Kristin, Theresa, Teresa, 

Robyn and Tammy taking a 

breather on pref night. 



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flho Chi's sporting their watermelon victim before tiie AXA 

Watermelon Bust 

3eated: Selina Balding 

Second Row: Robyn Gypp, Ben Richards, Chrissy Midgley 

Third Row: Rene Little, Jenneil Parks 

3ack Row: Tamara Kitson, B.J. Edwards, Tiffany Miles. 



A select group of women are chosen each year to 
serve as Rush Counselors for Panhellenic. Their job is 
to introduce freshman and transfer students to Greek 
Life as well as serving as advisors and information 
sources throughout the Rush experience. 

Rho Chi's are asked to disaffiliate themselves from 
their sororities and represent the entire Panhellenic 
Council. 

Rho Chi's try to make the Rush experience as 
positive as possible. 



Tammy and Jennifer hanging 
out one last time as Rho Chi's! 




Front Row: Nora Modic (ZTA), Tamara Kitson (ZTA), Tiffany 
Miles (ZTA), Theresa Greif (KA) and Kristin Connor (AXQ). 
Back Row: Jenneil Parks (AAIl), Selina Balding (AAn) Jennifer 
Germano (AOn), Rene Little (AAO), Robyn Gypp (AXQ), and 
Teresa Bowman (AXQ). 

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"We Miss You, 

But We Know 

You Are With 

Us." 

-F.S.C. 

Baseball 

Coaches/Staff 




Girlfriend Stephanie St 

Martin contemplates 

the memorial of 

Sammy's number, 

placed in Henly Field for 

all to remember him by. 

He is sorely missed by 
all of his teammates. 



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Back Row: Head Coach Kris Pahl, Paul Sluyter, Bruce Manuel, Luke Miller, Scott 

Home, Thomas Habekost, Nathaniel Tickner, Niclas Jonsson, Carsten Laursen, 

Junior Belfon, Asst. Coach Tim Bussell. 

Middle Row: Jeff Collins, Ken Praay, Neil Archuleta, Brent Stoehs, Peter Andersen, 

Blaise SuSsell, Nathan Garcia, T.K. Kladis. 

Front Row: Adam Williams, Trevor Clark, Bryan Amell, Adrian Szasz, Harold 

Betancouri, John Rostberg, Dan Levie, Bryan Meredith. 

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The Florida Southern Men's 
Soccer team has again reached a 
level of excellence that has come 
to be expected of all Florida 
Southern sports. 

This year the team finished 8-/ 
2, and is making constant strides 
toward division superiority. Our 
Mocs had several milestones this 
year including their 7th consecutiv 
win at the Mayor's Cup, media cov 
erage with a game broadcast on 
television and upsetting a national 
ly ranked team. Dan Levy led the 
team in scoring; and Nathan 
Garcia led in assists, coming in 
2nd place nationally in assists per 
game. 

Another national ranking goes 
to the fans, according to head 
coach Kris Pahl. "We came in 6th 
in attendance; and we owe that to 
all the fans that come out to sup- 
port our guys," he said. 

Coach Pahl sees good things 
happening next year for the team. 
"We've got most of the team 
returning," he said, "and we've go 
another tough schedule but we 
expect to continue doing well." 




<ris Pahl 

Graduated from: Florida 

Southern College 

OACHING: 6 years 
rrEAM MEMBER SAYS: "Coach 

ahl is a great person to play 
soccer for and I am looking for- 
ward to my next two years of soc 
:er here at FSC under Coach 
^ahl." 
Adam Williams. 




Luke Miller watches the ball carefully in order to make perfect contact between his 
forehead and the ball. Miller used his knowledge of the game to play extremely well. 



Nathan Garcia waits for his chance to 
how his stuff. Garcia knew that he 
;ould not be a ball-hog, and that team- 
vork was the key to success. 



Junior Belfon looks to make sure there 

are no defenders coming. Belfon knew 

how to be patient and wait for the 

opportunity for a perfect pass. 




Sports 11.3 






Clearing the Path 

Women's Soccer 



In this, its inaugural year, the 
Florida Southern Women's soccer 
teann faired relatively well. With a 
season of 3-13-1, the team got a lot 
of experience and will be better 
prepared for what is to come next 
season, according to Head Coach 
Christine Rizzieri. 

"This was our first year of 
competition, and it was a building 
year," she said. "We only had a few 
players that could be considered as 
senior players, and they showed a lot 
of emotion and leadership, both on 
and off the field." 

One of the players mentioned as 
being a team leader was Noreen 
Drenthe, leading scorer for the team 
and receiver of an honorable mention 
for the all-region team in the 
Sunshine State conference. Also, 
Elizabeth Ryerson, Julie Ouimette, 
Sarah Corbett and Krista Knappman 
were considered to be among the 
team's senior players. 




v: Assi. uoacn ciiTf Dixon, Athletic Trainer Abbey Dondanville, 
ns isabury, Valerie Krajsik, Melissa Peeples, Sarah Corbett, Ashlie 
.-.^yaard, Kerry Nickerson, Elizabeth Ryerson, Head Coach Christine Rizzieri. 
Middle Row: Nikki Rosenberger, Etta Smith, Jennifer Murphy, Heather 
Swadling, Cassie Pfieger, Marge Miller, Tasha Johnson, Keri Surrency, Julie 
Omimette, Rebecca Wroten. Front Row: Mary Roddy, Angela Rogell, Noreen 
Drenthe. Not Pictured: Krista Knappman. 



Rebecca Wroten takes control of the 
ball before the defender gets to it. The 
quickness of players often made the 
difference in the game. 



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Krista Knappman concentrates hard on 
making a good play. Quick thinking was a 
vital part of the game. 




This game is no different than any other 
ball game. It started off with the playing of 
the national anthem and the girls showing 
their respect. 



(Top) Valerie 
Krajcsik is not 
afraid of the 
ground or tak- 
ing another 
apponent down 
with her. 
Sometimes the 
game got rough 
and the girls got 
rough with it. 

Cassie Pflieger 
found a good 
target on her 
throw-in. Power, 
endurance and 
strength were 
things that every 
girl on the team 
possessed. 




GRADUATED FROM: Salem College 

COACHING: 1 year 

TEAM MEMBER SAYS: "Coach did a 

good job starting the program. She is an 

overall good coach." 

- Noreen Drenthe 



Sports 115 



Leveling tluTcompetiti 



In a game where a combination of timing, precision, 
and teamwork "is" the l<ey to success, our Lady Mocs 
had it all together this year. With Coach Lois Webb 
supplying guidance and leadership, success was 
inevitable. 

On the court, team captain Amber Jaekel led the 
team to victory after victory. There was always a sense 
of pride in the team as they set foot on the court. The 
rush of stepping onto the court was one of the most 
incredible feelings. These girls had the knowledge that, 
with their abilities, their job would always be accom- 
plished. 

The Lady Mocs showed their opponents in every 
instance that they knew exactly how to play the game. 
Even when winning seemed distant, the team always 
continued to push through and do what they set out to 
do. To accomplish one's goals relying on one's own 
abilities is the ultimate achievement. 

The Lady Mocs have done just that. 



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Back Rqvv; Rebecca Wayman, Christie White, Amber Jaekel, 

Trainer Abbey Dondanville, Head Coach Lois Webb, Assistant 

Coach Jii! Stephens, Brenda Mowell, Jolene Bunk, Jennifer 

Woerner. 

Front Rev Ansber Barclay, Misti Neutzling, Neeley Meggs, 

Nicole C - Tari Essig, Sara Stewart, Julie Booth. 



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Amber Jaekel wai^" 
patiently. Tor the ball. 
She timed it just rigW 
tpr the perfect pass. 




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(Top right) 
Jolene Bunk goes 
up for the spike. 
She showed 
Barry University 
how it is done. 



Neely IVIeggs 
sets the ball 
quick and short 
to Brenda 
Mowell. Setting 
and timing go 
hand in hand, 
and Neely 
showed that 
she knows that. 



GRADUATED FROM: Florida State 
COACHING: 22 years 
TEAM MEMBER SAYS: "That 
coach cares about us as individu- 
als more than winning. Winning 
isn't the most important thing to 
coach, we are." 
-Jolene Bunk, Tari Essig and 
Christie White 



Sports 117 






Going th 



Did you ever see people around campus playing in 
the mud? Or what about in the little lake that formed in 
the valley between Dell and Mollis? They seemed to be 
having the time of their lives. And they were. Did you 
know who they were? 

The answer, most of the time, was the Florida 
Southern Cross Country Mocs. They were a team of 
individuals. You are probably thinking that is an oxy- 
moron, but it is true. The cross country team was a 
closely knit team. As a matter of fact you could have 
called them siblings. They loved to play, encourage, 
strengthen, push each other to the limit, and listen to 
one another. All were extremely valuable to the individ- 
ual and the team aspects. 

However, when they stepped up to the starting line 
they all become individuals. But standing on the side- 
lines was the best support they will probably ever have. 
While one was running, the rest of the team was wait- 
ing, watching, and cheering them on. The team, the 
individual, and the accomplishments they achieved 
made up the cross country Mocs. 



Cross-Coiutry 




Back Row. He ;uck Dawson, Josh Fuller, Jeremy 

Secrest Em-: r Hardee, Katrina Goddell, Rebecca 

Ciark, Wlait G? ••'■;.. ^^ -;ant Coach Glen Beree Third Row: 
Tom Vars, Renee Neat, AHison Tatangelo, April Booe, Jamie 
Krsvas, Michel Soiar,; Gary Crossan Second Row: Taryn 
Peters, Kristy Vignali Front Row: Hennie Schoeman, Paul 
Nerhv. Jason Chagoya 



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to stay ahead of every- 
one. Cross-country was 
^ both a physical and 
mental exercise. 






(Left) Hennie Schoeman 
comes up to the home 
stretch. Hennie was way 
ahead of the pack. 




The team lets loose and has fun. The team loved 
being silly and goofy every now and again. 




Josh Fuller paces 
himself, enabling 
him to sprint past 
his opponent 
when he needs to. 
This takes an 
endurance that 
must be learned. 




GRADUATED FROM: Morehead 

State University 

COACHING: 4 years 

TEAM MEMBER SAYS: "Coach 

wants us to be like a family. Team 

unity is important to him. He is an 

awesome coach." -Michel Solan 



Sports 119 






Keeping the Spirit Aiive 




Cheerleader and Danz Team 

Back Row: Stacy Naletko, Randi Honer, Marquina Butts, Stephanie Saranko, 
Samantha Neely, Denise Roden Middle Row: Ashley Hall, April White, Nicole 
Sawacki, Katie McBride, Sondra Simmons, Amanda Righthouse, Becki Sharo, Front: 
LaTisha Prioleau, Wynter Lloyd, Amber Acocelli, (sitting) Shamilah Ivory 



Captain Jennifer 
Lujbli, Coach 
Anderson and Staci 
Biela take a break 
for a quick picture. 
The support of the 
Diamond Girls at all 
major functions was 
always appreciated 
by the coaches and 
players of FSC 
baseball. 




Spirit Teams 



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What would a school be without 
spirit? It would just be buildings 
and people that really did not 
care about anything. But in the 
words of the French, Florida 
Southern had 'espirit de coure.' In 
the English language it means spir- 
it of the group. Florida Southern 
students certainly had spirit. 
And who better to have helped stu- 
dents achieve more 'espirit de 
coure' than our spirit teams. Two 
cheerleading squads, a step team 
and a diamond girl squad helped 
put spirit up and over the top. 
Each squad had a different respon- 
sibility but the same goal to moti- 
vate an already motivated 
school to support their athletes 
even more. When students came 
out and gave their support, the 
spirit teams' goals had been 
reached. The teams felt great 
when they got more student 
involvement; and spirit ran higher 
throughout the school. 



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GRADUATED FROM: Abraham 

Lincoln High 

COACHING: 5 years 

TEAM MEMBER SAYS: "Katie is 

:here to support us, help us and 

bring us to new levels." 

iNicole Sawaki 





Jennifer Marlowe makes sure the 
signature has dried. Diamond Girls got 
to meet famous players at the annual 
pro-celebrity goFf tournament. 



Wynter Lloyd, and Captain Sondra 
Simmons perform their hearts out for the 
crowd. 



he 1999 Florida Southern 
Cheerleaders show their spirit at 
*isney. The cheerleaders tool< many 
■ips to different events. 




The 1999 Diamond Girl Team 



Sports 121 



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Completing 



An intense game of four 15-minute quarters. A 
game with fouls called what seems like every five min- 
utes. A game of intense speed, split-second reaction 
time, teamwork, and the thrill of the crowd. A game that 
involved both mental and physical abilities. A game 
called basketball. 

The men's basketball team was one of pride, hard 
work, and commitment. A team that played hard in 
every game, whether they were favored or not. 

A team that had unending pride, continuous hard 
work, and a deep commitment to something each 
player loved. 

The game of basketball was etched into every 
Florida Southern player's heart. It is an intense game 
that has made an impact on their lives. 



the project 

Men's Basketball 






it Coach Tony Longa, Head Coach Gordon 
jps., Herfs^'Hio Bermudez, Graham Robinson, Kevin 
Wallace, U-'^nocent Kere, Heath IVIurdock, Derel< Heard, Fabrice 
Mario. 1 'i €\aret1. Assistant Coach Garrick Respress, 
Shawn ;;, : : ' rrd Row: Andy Harre, Jay Gibbons, Scott 
Hoiden, Corey Uimes, ft/iike WIclVlanamey, Jimmie Baker, Nick 
Raiisback, Jsniis Phillips, Christophe Humbert 

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Scott Hoiden goes 

borne to overc 

his oppor 

Quick thinking 

, required to be ab^ 

to play we 



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Outwitting his 
opponent, Mike 
IVIcManamey 
plants his feet 
to get ready to 
shoot. The agili- 
ty of a player is 
essential in 
basketball. 



Corey Turner 
works his way 
up the court. 
Sometimes 
patience proved 
to be the best 
virtue. 




GRADUATED FROM: Springfield 

College 

COACHING: 9 years 

TEAM MEMBER SAYS: "He is a 

dedicated coach. He motivates us 

to play well." -Nick Railsback 



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A heart-pounding hour broken into four quarters. 
Five brave ladies against the Lady iVIocs. The competi- 
tion might be stiff, but the Lady Moos practiced hard. 
They readied their minds, bodies, and spirits. With 
every practice and each game the team became 
stronger. 

A strong team was extremely important to the Lady 
Mocs. The competition could get really nasty. The refer- 
ees could be unfair. Being able to fall bacl< on team- 
mates was important. It helped the Lady Mocs to pull 
each other through the trenches. 

The Mocs are a strong team on and off the court. 



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Row- Assistant Coach Tarra Lawerence, Manager Jackie 
ri-r. ., Kesha Little, Shawna Grant, Stefanie Highstreet, Antonia 
NewjTsart, Jceelyn Kcch, Tasha Smith, Head Coach Diane Foli, 
Assi?;?^:: '; ■ . -^ *; >niey. 

Front F ^ Alicia Evans, Melissa Brown, 

Marsha Gi. i. Tiffany Vehige, Alishwia Rose, 

Rongi Bethea. 

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worth, Al^^lKgns 
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best fe 








(Top) Breaking 
away, Tiffany 
Vehige tries to 
get open for a 
shot. Speed and 
determination 
drove tlie team 
to wins. 



IVIelissa Brown 
tal<es a 

moment, jumps, 
and begins to 
slioot. Tlie 
precision of the 
shots came 
from long hours 
of practice. 




GRADUATED FROM: College of 
St. Marys 

COACHING: 2 years 
TEAM MEMBER SAYS: 
"Coach Is very demanding, yet 
understanding. She is anything 
any player could ever want in a 
coach." 
-Tasha Smith 



Sports 125 



stealing 



Any sport takes practice, dedication, hard work, 
teamwork, and faithfulness. Florida Southern baseball 
expected that plus more. Every member of the team 
expected nothing but one hundred percent from one 
another. Anything less was just not acceptable. 

The standards were set high, but not unreachable. 
Each practice was set up to help every player perfect 
his skills. Practice makes perfect. 

The dedication of FSC players was one of true love 
for the ail-American game. A game of tradition and 
importance in America, the members of the team 
understood and cherished the traditions they follow. 

Dedication to the program in grades, emotion and 
performance was important to each player and coach. 




Front Row: Ryan Sack, Adam Butkus, Mike Crisci, Joe 
Christensen, Paul Riddle, Ryan Morris, Jason DeVincent, 
Brian Bradford, Dave Colby. Second Row: Shaun Bedsole, 
Brent Franklin, Jason Spiro, Ryan Vest, Shawn Houle, Terry 
Roe, Corey Farmer, Ryan Soehling, Kris Landry, J.J. Smith. 
Third Row: Ralph Albanese, Scott Bikowski, Dennis Gay, 
Derrick Mercedes, Mike Shumaker, Jeremy Ward, Nick Lee, 
B.J. Leach, Matt Fass, Chris Tibbets, Matt Mayo, Chuck 
Wiicks. Back Row: Dominic Campeau, Michael Tucker, Gene 
R'c?- " '/5^n Jones, Lance Niekro, Mark Furbush, Craig 
Lsr .urer, Tim Stanton, John Picard, Terry Corn, 







The guys let go and have 
some fun. Team unity 
was very important to 
the players. 




B.Jx Leach gets 

ready to throw 

the ball. Form 

was required 

for accuracy. 




GRADUATED FROM: Florida 
Southern College 
COACHING: 17 years 
TEAM MEMBER SAYS: "Coach 
Anderson is the most influencial 
and caring coach I've ever had." 
-Ryan Morris 



Sports 127 



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Swinging 



Softball has always been the girls' version of the all- 
American game. But was the girls' version of the game 
any easier or less competitive than the guys' game? 
"No way" was the answer "you'd" receive from any soft- 
ball player. The bruises, scrapes and broken bones 
were just as prevalent in softball as in baseball. The 
dedication to a game that wrecks them sometimes 
physically was awesome in players. 

The Lady Mocs softball team had awesome players. 
They were dedicated to the game and played their 
hearts out, even through injuries. They were dedicated 
to keeping alive a game that every little girl can play. 
They just showed the competition that they are number 
one. 

The Lady Mocs had the desire and the dedication to 
the game that made them number one in their own 
eyes. It was a dedication that ran deep and they will 
always remember their years as Lady Mocs. 



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Front Row: Nikki George, Julianne Coleman, Kristin Larkins, 
Jamie Bridges, Heather Mack, Jamie Doran, Amy Jackson. 
Second Row/: Kelly Pickard, Autumn Lynch, Stacy Tolar, 
Charlene Brown, Dana Cobb, Heather Dull, Karen Heidbrink 
Third Row: Coach Al Bellotto, Trainer Abbey Dondanville, Lori 
Moore, Sara Lentz, Amber Manley, April Elston, Andrea 
Aibritton, Coach Chrissy Teresi, Coach Chris Bellotto 



both vBtched an 

recieved instruction! 

Softball was a constat; 

learnina experieno 



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Nikki George 

oOQQ^trates on the 

pitch. 





(Top) Jamie 
Bridges 
watches the 
batter. 




Julianne 
Coleman and 
April Elston talk 
over the game. 
Communication 
was essential 
between 
players. 



GRADUATED FROM: Florida 

Southern College 

COACHING: 17 years 

TEAM PLAYER SAYS: "She's a 

great coach. She helps us to play 

as a team." 

-Jamie Doran 



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Driving 



A game that doesn't have a referee yelling at you 
sounds relaxing, right? A game that doesn't have a 
coach yelling at you from the sidelines sounds relaxing, 
right? A game where technique means everything, and 
a low score is good makes it sound like golfers have it 
easy. But in reality they practice as hard as any other 
team. 

The Men's and Women's Golf teams practice hard 
to win. The teams are always practicing to improve 
their techniques. They work on improving their tech- 
niques, their swings, their shots, and even their minds. 

Golf is just as challenging mentally as it is physical- 
ly. The mind must be on the golf game at all times, so 
practicing is very important to the golfers of the Florida 
Southern teams. 




Women's Golf Team 

Back Row: Coach Robbie Davis, Lisa Cave, Theresa Halse, 

Shanna Nagy, Teri Goolsby, Beth Ann Baldry, Brittany Johnson, 

Kelly Sheehan, and Coach Norm Benn. 

Front Row: Lydia Gartell, Norie Nakagawa, Amanda Crews, Maria 

Persson 




Patience was only part of L ichi 
game. Skill was the other haifJ 





GRADUATED FROM: University of Kentucky 
COACHING: 3 years 

TEAM MEMBER SAYS: "We, as a team, are very 
priviledged to have a coach who is knowledgable 
golf. He supports us one hundred percent." 
-Maria Persson 



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Men's Golf Team 

Left to Right: Daniel Cadona, Jeff Kauk, Zorin Ilic, Richard 
Taylor, Lee Sanzen, Mike Winterer, Casey Bourque, Travis 
Perkins, Wayne Raath, Matt Saglio. 





Graduated From: Ohio Wesleyan 

Coaching: 4 years 

Team Member says: 

"He's always there for us when we need help. 

- Daniel Cardona. 



id somebody lose a ball? Awe, 
e'll get It after the next 
fiampionship. 



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Crushing the 



Tennis is a game that at the very most can only 
have four players on the court. However, most match- 
es are played with only two players. It is a game of 
intense concentration, hard work, and quickness. It is 
also a game of wits. Tennis is not just merely hitting 
the ball back and forth across the net. 

Florida Southern men's and women's tennis teams 
put in hours of hard work to perfect their games. 
Practices were just as intense as the matches were. 
These practices pushed each member of the team to 
do their best. 

The Mocs tennis team members helped each other 
become what they are today: a highly trained and 
talented team of tennis players. Their legacy goes on 
as they gain high rankings within the tennis world. 




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Graduated From: Bridgewater College 

Coaching: 17 years 

Team Member says: "Florida Southern Tennis won't 

be the same without Coach Jeffries." 

-Kelly Fossum 

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Women's Tennis Team 

Top Row: Kelly Fossum, Lenka Ondrouchova, Brand! Cox, 

iOlga Oberemlinska, Jill Moody 

Bottom Row: Jenni Rodgers, Jamie Workman, Jennifer Link 
jJessica Wegner 



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Although they are not considered an NCAA Division 
II team, if you tell that to any member of the water ski 
team they'll just shrug their shoulders. The fact that 
there isn't all that fancy mumbo jumbo in front of 
Florida Southern Water Ski doesn't make a difference 
to them. 

They pour their hearts and souls into the sport, and 
most of all have a whole hell of a lot of fun. 
The water ski team brought home a second place from 
nationals in the small private school division and sev- 
enth place over all in the small schools division. 
Individuals, teammates and hard work all go into a 
good program. 

The water ski members are great people, excellent 
teammates, and know how to work hard. They enjoy 
their sport, do it to the best of their abilities and set 
achievable goals. While having fun they continue to 
help the program grow and make teamwork look 
extremely easy without a fancy title. 



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Watersiti Team 



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- - oiit Hefley, Jim Alderman, Ryan 

f- loss, Asai. Coach Brscl Sleeman. 

Middle Row: Ira Merriti, Nate Hooper, Jesse Buchanan, Robb 

Lauvilla, Jeff Shenk, Shaun Horton, David Hoagland, Chris 

Royster. 

Front Row: Stacey Carmondy. Lindy Gunn, Brian Martin, 

Crissie French, Jennifer Lamb, Jamie Unzueta, Janet Wurtz 

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After a job well done, 

Luke Webb heads for 

the shore. Performing; 

was a great thrill, i 







"■Mses mere strength to flip. 

"^ing strong both physically 

._and mentally was essential 

- ^ f or puningog-ipcks. i 





Making some 
waves, Janet 
Wurtz takes 
a corner 
one-handed. 
Janet had many 
tricks up her 
sleeve. 



1,2, 3...liftoff. 
Jennifer Lamb 
launches herself 
into the air. 
Tricks off the 
ramp are breath- 
taking events. 



GRADUATED FROM: Northeast 

Missouri State 

YEARS COACHING: 7 years 

TEAM MEMBER SAYS: 

"Coach isn't only a coach. He is 

our friend." 

-David Hoagland. 



Sports 135 




Even r - i Reusebling gets involved in intramurals. President Reuschling 

believes — ■ - v ^ ' the community. 



Not everyone on campus can 
be an NCAA Division II athlete. 
And with that aspect not every 
NCAA Division II athlete is good at 
every sport. This is where intramu- 
rals come into play. Intramural 
sports are for everyone, good or 
bad, just as long as you come to 
have fun. 

However, just because it is 
meant to be fun does not mean 
there isn't fierce competition. As a 
matter of fact, sometimes you won- 
der if they are playing for more 
than a T-shirt, but the college that 
plays together stays together. No 
matter how nasty or tough the 
game gets there is good sports- 
manship. At the end of every game 
you hear exchanges of "good 
game," "great game," and "you did 
a good job." 

For those very few sore losers, 
just remember ... it's only a game. 



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GRADUATED FROM: University of 
West Alabama 
COACHING: Intramural and 
Recreation Director for one year 
BOARD MEMBER SAYS: "For his 
first year as Intramural Director he 
is doing a good job. He still has a 
lot to learn about the program. I 
think he will be able to make the 
program successful." -Misty 
Markel 






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Sabrina Forte makes sure that it is clear to run to the next base. Softball was the 
third most popular intramural sport for the ladies. 



(Top) Laurie Hughes pitches 
underhand. There were good rivalries 
within the Greek system and between 
the Greeks and independents. 



The Sigma Chi's huddle around their 

1998-99 intramural champions for A- 

league volleyball. The grand prize: 

pride and a T-shirt. 




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It and Keagan Kerr give a rare 
display of brawn over brain during a 
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Senior Cite 

What vul you iriss ihe mosiP 

Jessica Curran - The 

sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha and the 
gentlemen of Kappa Alpha 
Order. Most of all my younger 
sister and close friends." 

Nate Garcia - "I will miss my 
four years of soccer and the 
teammates I played with." 

Gretchen Swartzlander - The 




pretty campus. 



Lisa Leavitt tries to make a 

match in 0-Week's Singled 

Out. 



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Adams 



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Adams 



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Albury 



Kimberly 
Allen 



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Attenhofen 



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Anderson 




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to leave after a long day of checks freshmen girls into 

stressful classes. Allan Spivey. 




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Alex Shanks shows 
off his moves at 
Playfair. 




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Blackburn 


Blain 




Jennifer 


John 


Casey 


Chris 


April 


Christopher 


Blubaugh 


Bohde 


Bourque 


Bowen 


Box 


Braden 




Virginia 


Jaime 


Suzanne 


Mark 


Karen 


Nathan 


Breckenridge 


Bridges 


Bromley 


Brown 


Bruce 


Bruckner 



Seniors 141 






Matt McElfresh 

promotes campus 

sports at the Mollis 

Wellness Fair. 




(Top) Amanda Gruzas and (Right) Matt Grieves and Hennie 

sophomore Ben Johnson search Schoeman try to disguise them- 
for the perfect pancake. selves at the Flapjack Fling. 




Jesse 
Bryant 



William 
Buck 



Terri 
Butterfieia 



Ashley 
Calhoun 



Daniel 
Calvo 



Jeff 
Carlson 






fciiiiiii 




Heather 
Carricoffe 



Eduardo Christopher Denise DeBarry Svetlin Ameya 

Carvallo Chadwick Chambers Chamli Chandavarkar 




Cindy 
Chastain 



Meghan 
Chatterton 



Jack 
Christodoulou 



David J. 
Clark 



Lee Anne 
Clark 



Christopher M. 
Clause 



142 Southern Exp* 



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Senior Survey 

VUhal won't peiiBP 

Fire drills at odd inours 

Squirrels bombing 

acorns 

Homework 

Studying 

Long treks across 

campus in the rain 

Having 4 tests in the 

same day 

based on a limited survey 




Joni Elizabeth 


Phil 


Morgan Leigh 


Desiree 


Liesle 


Richard 


Dam 


VAngio 


Davidson 


Davis 


Davis 


Davis 



Seniors 143 



> •-••♦•I 



Senior Cite 

What are voir plans for 
diefutii^ 

Todd Worch - "Being a 2nd 
Lieutenant in the Army and 
raise a family." 

Jennifer Blubaugh - "Move 
to Colorado and go to law 
school." 

April Box - "I have a job 
with management that starts 
June 1st." 



Alric Fischle tries to steal 

Stan Douge's food in Taco 

Bell. 





Inez S. 
deDeugd 



Christopher 
DeUsle 



Stephen 
Demanovich 



Leslie 
Derk 



Lea Ellen 
DeWitt 



Kimberly 
Donahoe 




David 


Nathan 


Andy 


Scott 


Rebekah 


Jean 


Dowdy 


Dunham 


Dunlap 


Embree 


Eckman 


Eelman 




Nila 


Jacquelyn 


Christopher 


Tye 


Alric H. 


Meredith 


Evans 


Pagan 


Fairchild 


Finlay 


Fischle III 


Fitzpatrick 



144 Southern Exposure 







Left) Stephanie Moss answers (Top) Katie Koestner answers 

Rachel Coleman's questions in the questions of Katie 

he Business Department Gamble and Tiffany Hosey. 



Josh Slear finds the 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
house is the best 
place to relax. 




Julie 


Daniel 


Chrishaun 


Laura 


Liza L 


Michael 


Fogleman 


Fowler 


Francis 


Freeman 


Frenzik 


Frino 




Cathleen M. 


Matthew 


Katherine Gmce. 


Nathan 


Nancy 


Jaime Ellen 


Fox 


Galley 


Gamble 


Garcia 


Garman 


George 


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Naaia F. 


Marc P. 


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Christy 


Annette 


Michael 


Barbara 


Gergis 


Gingras 


Giordano 


Giovanelli 


Godboiat 


Goff 

Seniors 145 



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Michelle Porter 

learns first aid by 

practicing on a 

dummy infant. 




(Top) Jeff Munn and his 
friends are on their way 
home after their classes. 



(Right) Norman Schijelin has 

found the perfect place to 

study in the library. 




Nicole 


Nichole 


Katrina 


Matthew 


Amanda 


Tameara 


Goldstein 


Gooa 


Goodell 


Grieves 


Gruzas 


Guess 




Todd R. 


Andrea 


Pamela 


Kerri 


William 


Michele 


Gulluscio 


Hagen 


Hall 


Hamemick 


Hancock 


Harling 




Amy 


Jennifer 


Sheilttha L 


Robert 


Brandon 


Jayme Man 


Harper 


Hart 


Hastings 


Hawkins 


Henderson 


Henderson 






Who are vour favonte 
professorsP 

Dr. Waite Willis 

Mrs. Vicky Wuertz 

Dr. Russ Barclay 

Dr. Frank Johnson 

Dr. Joan Buccino 

Dr. Dan Silber 

Mr. Bill Gregory 

Dr. Sharon Masters 

Sehor Torres 

*based on a limited survey 




Jennifer 
Huber 



Laurie 
Hughes 



CinOy 
Hunter 



Victoria 
Hutto 



Kristin 
Imhoff 



Joseph 
Jaramillo 




Anthony D. 


Courtney 


Raymond 0. 


Chip 


Marie Shane 


Aretha 


Jarrett 


Jennings 


Jensen 


Jerkins 


Jerkins 


Johnson 



Seniors 147 



#>•♦•>•« 



Senior Survey 

What was your favorite class? 



Microeconomics 

Philosophy 

Speech 

Media Production 

Photography 

Marriage & The Family 

Ethics 

French 

International Comm. 

Spanish 

*based on a limited survey 

Chris DeLJsle works out at 
the Wellness Center gym. 





Amber 


Kimberlee 


Matt 


Elias 


Laurie L 


Wilna 


Johnston 


Johnston 


Jones 


Josephs 


Justice 


Justitien 




Linda 


Amber 


Minnie 


Kelly 


Kattani 


Kenyon 


Kester 


King 


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Kelli 
Kinstle 



Michael 
Kliman 




AndyT. 
Kourkoulos 



Robyn 
Krasko 



Steven 
Kreft 



Ketus 
Kulig 



Beth 
Laguens 



Bemadette 
lane 



148 Sf'tithorn Expos are 



\"i '»'»-*♦■'% 




(Left) Andrea Hagen reads a 
magazine while waiting for 
her laundry to dry. 



(Top) Robyn Krasko 
participates in the SUB 
Murder Mystery. 



Tassima Warren 
does her banking in 
the Business Office. 




JoyK. 
Larkins 



Jeff 
Larson 



Lori 
Lazansky 



Lisa 
Leavht 



Melissa 
LeBlanc 



Heather 
Lemire 




H^SLM 



Lisa-Ann 
Lindo 



Courtney 
Linebarier 



Jennifer 
Lipscomb 



Kesha 
Little 



Ryan 
Livergooa 



Jennifer 
HUbli 



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Jennifer 
Macaonaia 



Michael 
Mqjette 



Frankie 
Mqjowich 



Amanda Dorothea Justin 

Malone Mamouzelos Mansfield 



Seniors 149 






Todd Willis is 

caught by the 

camera on his way 

to class. 



Misty 
Market 




Christine 
Martin 



(Top) Misty Market practices 
her moves in Tae Kwon Do 
class. 



(Right) Lillie Stovall and Robert 

IHawldns catch up on what'si 

happening at Taco Bell.! 




James 
McBride 



Matthew 
McElfresh 



Toby 
McGlinn 



Jeremy 
McKinney 




Mike 


Douglas D. 


Michelle 


Gretchen 


George 


Kenisha 


McManamey 


Meierdiercks 


Meisner 


Metcalf 


Miller 


Missick 




Nora 
Modic 



Emily 
Mohr 



Pamela 
Moore 



Rebecca 
Moore 



Scott 
Moore 



Andrea 
Morgan 




Senior Cite 

A Class Is a Fayoriie if... 

Stephanie Moss- "A teacher 
incorporates his own life into a 
lecture, it makes the class 
come alive." 

Amanda Malone- "He taught 
information that I could apply 
to my daily life." 

Debbie Pacuch- "The teacher 
doesn't just teach out of the 
book, but gives hands-on 
experience." 

Stephen Demanovich is 
being hypontized by Ken 
Whitener. 



Tracy 
Morrison 



Stephanie 
Moss 



Brenda 
Mowell 



Jeffrey 
Munn 



Heath 
Murdock 



Michael 
Murphy 




Jeff 


Kimberly 


Shanna 


Amber 


Jennifer 


Murray 


Murray 


Nagy 


Nebolini 


Neely 



L Hillary 
Nelson 




Jason 


David 


Lucas 


Deborah 


Bema 


Sal 


Newman 


Nigh 


Nuncio 


Pacuch 


Paksoy 


Paone 

Seniors 151 



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Senior Survey 

What would you change? 

Visitation hours in 

dorms 

Convocation schedule 

Clueless commuters 

Rainy days without 

Umbrellas 

Prices on books 

Late-night studying 

Early morning classes 

'based on a limited survey 



Selina Balding takes time 

to hang out with the Pi 

Kappa Phi's. 





Jenneil 
Parks 



Brent 
Parrish 



Jennifer 
Pelmear 



Laura 
Pepper 



Alana 
Phan 



Rebecca A. 
Philips 



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Rebekah 


Mark 


Michelle 


Shannon 


William E. 


Dusty 


Phillips 


Pirke 


Porter 


Powell 


Powell 


Poynter 




Christina 


Milena 


Maria Guadalupe 


Troy 


Stacy 


Wayne 


(^amnta 


Radeva 


Ramos 


Renoll 


Richarz 


Richter 


52 Southern Exposure 













% ♦"'*, > "■%•> ■ % 




(Left) Andrea Morgan, Toby 
McGlinn and Laura Freeman lis- 
ten to their instructor in class. 



(Top) Nadia Gergis debates 
whether she'll survive this ride at 
Epcot Center. 



Christy Giordano 
does some last 
minute studying 
before a Comm Law 
test. 




William 


Jamie 


Allen 


Jeremy 


Brian Douglas 


Allison 


Riley 


Riney 


Ritch 


Robertson 


Roper 


Rose 




Rebecca 
Ross 



Steve 
Ross 



Arika 
Ruaer 



JuOy 
RyOzik 



Christina 
Sanchez 



Kelly 
Sands 




Stephanie J. 


Hennie 


Melissa C. 


Alex 


Kelly 


Travis 


Saranko 


Schoeman 


Selph 


Shanks 


Sheehan 


Shroyer 



Seniors 153 



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Ahmad Belfon 

signs the ODK 

guestbook during 

initiation. 




(Top) Chris Fairchild and Jeremy (Left) Nicholas Soto has just 
IVIcKinney do some catching up realized that he is a senior 

with alum Dana Clark. this year. 




Andy 
Sistrunk 



Joshua 
Slear 



Jodi L 
Smith 



Lori Michelle 
Smith 




Jason 
Snyder 


Kristen 
Sorensen 


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Wes 


Matthew C. 


Jennifers. 


Lillie 


Edward 


Tom 


Soria 


Southmayd 


Stanton 


Stovall 


Sullivan 


Sullivan 



J 




Angela 


Lydia 


Gretchen 


Richard 


Travis 


Marco 


Sumner 


Suradja 


Swartzlander 


Taylor 


Thieme 


Thomas 



Corey 
Turner 



Nanette 
Turner 



Mark 
Turturro 



Patrick 
Varone 



\'\\'!%'\'% 



Sen! 

What wouidn't you change? 

Times with Friends 

Friendly Faculty and 

Staff 

Extracurricular Activities 

Beautiful Surroundings 

Social aspect of college 

Overall excellence of 

the college program 

*based on a limited survey 




Fidel 
Vasquez 



Vanessa Vazquez 
Catallua 




Patrick 
Venturella 


Nik J. 
Verrecchia 


Paige L 
Vickers 


Jessica 
Vives 


Kevin 
Wallace 


Nina 
Wallen 










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Seniors 155 






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Abby helps Ashley 

Calhoun prepare for her 

workout in the new fitness 

center. 



Laura Freeman finds the -*• 

correct stance in her Tae ^^^ 

Kwon Do class. 




Tassima 
Warren 



Randall 
Weaver 



Toaa 
Willis 



Fawn 
Woods 



Todd 
Worch 



Cristina 

Cobb is 

proud to I 

have given 

blood for the 

' "'time and 

lews off 



156 Soi':ihi.;ni iixposure 







Seniors Not Pictured 



Beth Adams 
Thomas Addoms 
Ernest Allen 




Neil Archuleta 
Sarah Ayers 
Richard Ballinger 
Kenneth Barnett 
Ahmad Belfon 
Jeremy Bennett 
James Berning 
Shannon Black 
Beth Blossom 
Darko Bobinac 
Jeffrey Brain 
Vlatthew Buckmaster 
Shawn Butler 
James Cameron 
Vlichelle Carberry 
<eri Cardinale 



Stephen Caron 
Jana Christensen 
Steven Chroniger 
Brandy Clark 
George Clement 
Cassandra Collins 
Brittney Cordell 
Taunya Cordova 
Kelley Cunningham 
Lori Der 

Raymond Dobbins 
Michele Doyle 
Jeanette Dugas 
Amber Dwyer 
Billy Edwards 
Carrie Feagle 
Catherine Ferguson 
Robert Flores 
Ryan Floss 
Amanda Fountain 
Joshua Fuller 
Marsha Glanville 
Margaret Hayes 
Beverly Hendricks 
Brian Hendrix 
Andrew Hierstetter 
George Holden 
Benjamin Holder 
William Holladay 
Matthew Holland 
Douglas Holub 
John Hurley 
Christine Ingui 
Peter Jackson 







Hennie Schoeman trys to 




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to Sophomore Bryanna 




Buckhalt. 


Melissa Janasik Melanie Powell 


Bryant Johnson jose Rivera 


Amber Johnston Donna Ruesch 


Jeffrey Kamin Ben Scully 


Mary Kemen Jennifer Seagraves 


Lucas Kerznar Cori Sheffield 


Glenn LaRue pavid Shipp 


Sarah Laux jason Short 


Faydria Lawson Thomas Small 


Anthony Lerie Christopher Smith 


Shannon Litton Kyle Spresser 


Dennis Locurcio Lynda Starling 


Julie Lyeki Mary Stinson 


Robert Macey Michelle Sturgess 


Maria Marion jiffany Thomas 


Holly Matthies Heather Thorpe 


Ryan McHugh Theresa Trindade 


Sara McMahan jason Troller 


Corey Menard Sean Truskowski 


Heather Mendez Bobby Wade 


Heather Mills Wendy Wamer 


Brook Miscoski Christopher Weag 


Nathan Monroe Amy Wiggins 


Lori Moore Cari Wiles 


Holly Mottern Michael Williams 


Amy Mullins Rebekah Wills 


Heather Nichiporuk Bobby Wilson 


Carrie Norder Olivia Wilson 


Aimee Paquin Bonita Yero 


Hina Patel Robert Young 


John Picard Charity Zawatski 




Allison Rose, Laura Freeman 






and Chris Bowen show their 






ADPi pride during 0-week's 






Tacky dance. 


Seniors 157 









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Juniors 




(Left) Kathryn Zillman, Amanda 
Blount and Melissa St. Myers try 
to win a date with a new 
student. 



(Right) Cheryl Wickham enjoys 

partying "FSC style" during the O- 

week sponsored Mardi Gras 

Dance. 



Jasmine Abreu 

Crystal Adkins 

Ahilya Akoi 

Fateh Akoi 

Julie Allmon 

Cheri Anderson 

Brandi Ankum 

Peggy Baah 

Lisa Babbitt 

Jamie Baeten 

Kathleen Ball 

Raquel Banuelos 

Jayme Barnes 

Erin Barnett 

Cynthia Barr 

Brian Beatty 

Katie Beauchamp 

Mark Beck 

Terin Beck 

Billy Berg 

Jenna Bettis 

Tom Bilavsky 

Chris Blackwell 

Amanda Blount 

Jennifer Boll 




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\"% \ "'% % '* 




(Left) Danielle Caserta and 
sophomore Amy Smith spend a 
moment between classes catching 
the sun as well as catching up on 
each other's lives. 



(Right) Erin Dunlavy gets personal 

swing dance instructions from 

dance instructor Major David 

Clark, an ROTC faculty member. 



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Richard Bond 
Sherry Border 
Rob Bourne 
Teresa Bowman 
Chris Brackin 

Christy Brinton 
Jessica Brown 
Rachelle Brown 
Kathryn Bryant 
Christina Buck 

Carrissa Bunch 
Elissa Burgner 
Erica Burgner 
Lyndsay Burke 
Jessica Burnett 

Doug Burt 
Erin Burton 
Joe Campbell 
Suzanne Canning 
Paul Caperonis 

Phillip Carden 
Diana Cardona 
Danielle Caserta 
Lisa Cave 
Corey Chiarelli 



Sophomores 159 



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■> ■'•-♦.-♦•I 



Jon Christian 

Angela Clayton 

Shanna-lee Coetzee 

Tammy Converse 

Jenn Cook 

Max Cooks 

Timothy Cope 

Deanna Corbett 

Sarah Corbett 

Will Cornelius 

Caroline Cowley 

Christina Cunningham 

Julia Curran 

Elizabeth de Sousa 

Lisa DeAngelo 

Suzanne Delaney f" 

Stephanie DeWind 

Joe Dionne 

Jamie Doran 

Joe Dougherty 



(Right) Sumer Childress, Erin Bamett and senior 

Jennifer Huber enjoy a lunch together at the 

designated Zeta table in the cat. 

(Bottom) Cara Newcomb makes a stop at the pop- 
pular snack shop under the awning of the Ordway 
building. 





160 Southern Exposi 








(Top) Keagan Kerr takes a moment after 
class to talk to President Reuschling. 

(Left) Ryan Miller is caught by the camera as 
he prepares to leave campus after a long 
day. 



Erica Eggert 
Eric Eisnaugle 
Elizabeth Eldred 
William Etters 
Genny Evers 

Charles Fair 
Benjamin Fairchild 
Nicholas Falcone 
Fred Farmer 
Jennifer Fehr 

Victoria Fernandez 
Tiffany Fields 
Kate Fitterer 
Jocelyn Flynn 
Rashawnda Ford 

Cara Franklin 
Leeann Funk 
Amy Gagliano 
Kim Gambardella 
Estonna Garrett 

Ray Genthner 
Nikki George 
Christy Gertgen 
Teri Goolsby 
Rebecca Greenstein 

Juniors 161 



(Right) Rick Margaitis reads a note left for him. 
(Below) Craig Leake and Brittany Pendry chat 
before heading to the caf. 




Andy Gregersen 


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Theresa Greif 


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Lisa Griffin 


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Patrick Grimes 


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Kristi Grooms 


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Nicole Grutta 


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Nicole Guzman 


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Robyn Gypp 


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Thomas Habekost 


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Valerie Hardee 


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Melissa Harding 
Kelly Harless 

Shanon Harman 
Amanda Harmon 
Karihma Hawkins 




Tammy Hawkins 


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Amanda Helfrich 


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Rachel Henderson 


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Jennifer Henson 


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Doug Hodge 


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Maureen Hodges 
Eugena Hogan 

Shaun Horton 
Lindsay Hudson 

Steven Hufnal 




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John Hurley 
Tracey Hutchinson 
Ruby Hypes 
Amber Jaekel 
Monika Jakubicz 

Wideline Jean-Paul 
Tony Jenkins 
Alicia Johnson 
Saleem Josephs 
Eric Kant 

Jay Katz 
Alison Kerekes 
Keagan Kerr 
Keith Kestler 
Julie Kindelan 

Tamara Kitson 
Jeff Klauk 
Krista Knappman 
Shantalasha Knowles 
Chad Kostella 

^ Greg Kovach 
Jamie Krevas 
Hsiu-Yuan Lai 
Jennifer Lamb 
Lauren Lauer 

Craig Leake 
Kerry Levesque 
Kevin Little 
Rene Little 
Tasha Locklear 

Amy Lohrer 
Andi Lovett 
Jennifer Mackay 
Nova Mailman 
Jessica Mann 

Rick Margaitis 
Carrie Maynard 
Edward McCarthy 
C. Gene McClain 
Jill McClure 



Juniors 163 



Melissa McCullough 

Miranda McDonald 

Krisy Mclnelly 

Bob McKnight 

Kerry Melson 

Christina Merrell 

Christina Midgley 

Tiffany Miles 

Earl Miller 

Ryan Miller 

Lindsay Mills 

Jimmy Moore 

Erin Morris 

Scott Morrison 

Michelle Murray 

Bron Myers B^ 
Paula Neale • 
Rishel Nelson 
Debora Neuhofer 
Kara Newcomb 

Jennifer Nix 

Robin Noble 

Jennifer Norburn 

Christine Olmstead 

Deborah Orr 

Melanie Panakos 

Saurabh Pandalai 

Brittany Pendry 

Jennifer Perez 

Maria Persson 

Taryn Peters 

Mark Petker 

Jamie Phillips 

Kelly Pickard 

Jennifer Piergentili 

Ziggy Pietersz 

Amanda Pinder 

Marissa Pope 

Scott Powell 

Matthew Ramsland 



164 Southern Exposure 




' ■-■ ' "->•♦% 




Tarl Rasmussen 
Katie Rice 
Ben Richards 
Gene Richardson 
Jill Richardson 

Barbara Rivera 
Gisela Roa 
Adam Roberts 
Christopher Robertson 
Kurt Rockenstein 

f Christina Rodriguez 
Jennifer Rogers 
Michele Rom 
Maggie Rosas-Guyon 
Angela Roumou 

Andrew Rowland 
Jessica Ryals 
Stephen Ryan 
Elizabeth Ryerson 
Heather Sanders 

Elizabeth Savoy 
Heather Scherer 
Kendrick Schetter 
Natalie Schorr 
Angela Scire 

Sarah Scott 
Cecily Seery 
Cynthia Sessums 
John Shaw 
Peter Siersdale 





^ 



(Top) Kerry Levesque waits patiently to donate 

blood. 

(Left) Kurt Rockenstein acts as a spotter for 

Keagan Kerr. 



Juniors 165 



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Linda Sinnott 


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Joy Smith 


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Ryan Smith 


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Sharon Smith 


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Tasha Smith 


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Rebecca Snavely 

Raquel Sotomayor 

Amanda Specht 

Duane Stamm 

Julie Starr 



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Jason Stevens 

Annette Stewart 

Nicole Stewart 

Sarah St. John ^ 

Melissa St. Myers 

Stacia Tague 

Michelle Tamayo 

Than Tun A. Tay 

Chris Taylor 

Carrie Tharp 

Dawn Thierfelder 

Erin Thomas 

Philip Turbitt 

Melissa Urban 

Ryan Vest 

Christa Vickers 

Alston Wallace 

Douglas Walters 

LeeAnne Watson 

Shaun Webb 

Amanda Wellman 
Cheryl Wickham 

Kimberly Williams 

Carol Winterfeldt 

Jaclyn Witmer 

Julie Woodman 

Yunjuan Wu 

Charity Zawatski 

David Zielinski 

Kathryn Zillman 




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166 Southern Exposure 



% « • ♦ > % 



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Juniors Not F 


Jennifer Abate 
Robert Adcock 
Ralph Albanese 




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4Mm 



Chrissy Midgley dances with 
Iher friends during the 0-Week 
Mardi Gras event. 



Reyna Alexander 
iRhonda Barfield 
IMatthew Barrett 
Scott Bikowski 
Rhimou Boughich 
Allan Bryan 
Jesse Buchanan 
Christian Burns 
.Blaise Bussell 
Ryan Byrd 
David Cannpbell 
Jannes Carnes 
Karen Caskey 
Lisa Chalnners 
Sumer Childress 
Uoseph Christensen 
'Jeffery Collins 
Jennifer Copeland 



Maria Cron 
Jenny Dautel 
Daphne Dawson 
Chanel Dedes 
Tara Dennis 
Tricia Dinunzio 
Alain Douge 
DeAnna Douglas 
Jennifer Driskell 
Heather Dull 
Shannon Emery 
Matthew Faas 
Kenneth Faber 
Kristi Fenn 
Matthew Field 
Jason Fox 
Martin Fries 
Williann Garrison 
Dennis Gay 
Rachel Gebhardt 
Andrea Gelfuso 
Jennifer Germane 
Jennifer Gilbride 
Matthew Gilliland 
Gerrard Goodman 
Geri Gore 
Meagan Hartmann 
Brian Hawks 
Elisha Holder 
Zoran Hie 
Wade Irish 
Amy Jackson 
Julie Jeffries 
Kurtis Kamminga 
Douglas Katz 
Stacey Kay 
Charlotte Kee 
Innocent Kere 
Candle Knight 





Jennifer Lane 
Bryan Leach 
Daniel Levie 
Erica Love 
Kris Lucci 
Donald Lunsford 
Shawn Lytle 
Thomas Maddock 
Bruce Manuel 
Dana Martin 
Desta Martin 
Matthew Mayo 
Heather McCarthy 
Derek Mercedes 
Ira Merritt 
Richard Moody 
Deana Morgan 
Marisa Morris 
Mary Mouriz 
Christopher Moyer 
Lindsay Myers 
Scott Neal 
John Noppenburg 
Tina Norton 
Katy Overstreet 
Benjamin Parvin 
Michael Paul 
Richard Perez 
Travis Perkins 
Cheryl Pierstorff 
John Purtell 
Christiane Quilico 
Wayne Raath 
Jennifer Ratliff 
Monica Renz 
Paul Rossamo 
Stacey Rudd 
Dalia Ruiz 



Taryn Peters is excited that she 
has a package waiting for her in 
the mail room. 



Jennifer Russ 
Joel Ryals 
Matthew Saglio 
Adam Salley 
David Schmidt 
Alex Schopper 
Suniva Schotburg 
Raymond Siegler 
Margaret Sheridan 
Viraj Sikand 
Gina Simons 
Robert Skelton 
Heather Smith 
Susan Smith 
Chanlin Sok 
Timothy Stanton 
Magda Supreme 
Adam Thornton 
Rebecca Thornton 
Nicholas Toadvine 
Wm Vancola 
Joseph Varco 
Emily Vail 
Thomas Vars 
Tiffany Vehige 
Randal Vosburg 
Michael Ward 
Aaron West 
Heather Whiteside 
Michael Wilson 
Michael Winterer 
Rebecca Wise 
Michael Zahmanov 



Juniors 167 






Sophomores 




(Left) Jeremy Secrest studies for 
his Russian l-ilstory class beside 
the Hindu Gardens pool. 



(Right) Persiana Silianova gets a 

lot of help from a friend at the 

Sport Dance Club table during 

Club Fest. 



James M. Alderman 

Lyndsey Alexander 

Candice Allen 

Greg Allen 

Vincent Almeraris 

Darin Alvarez 

Celina Aman 

April Anderson 

Christi Anderson 

Matthew Andrew 

Marisa Anton 

Oluwatosin Ashimi 

Kristofer Atkinson 

Felicia Baldick 

Jamie Ball 

Athena Ballestas 

Marlena Barauskas 

Amber Barclay 

Erica Barnhart 

Alison Barrett 

Terry Bartlett 

Kathryn Batchelor 

Melanle Beal 

Rob Belton 

Joe Bennett 



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Chris Rosbough and Nicole Herman. 



Jack Plating, Lauren Pickard, Tasha 
Locklear, and Justin Wilson had a great 
time at the Valentine's Day Swing 
Dance. 



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Greg Allen begins the process of 
developling a roll of film for his 
photography class. 





Matt Bennett 
Staci Biela 
Tara Bisby 
Tamara Blaha 
Tom Blair 

Leslie Blakeman 
Lindsey Blankenship 
Dmitriy Bliznyakov 
La Shinda Bois 
April Booe 

Julie Booth 
Carey Bosi 
Amanda Bonker 
Stephanie Bross 
Lindsey Brown 

Tanya Brown 
Bryanna Buckhalt 
Terra Budary 
Amy Burkey 
Carrie Burns 

"H Marquinia Butts 
Chris Caccavale 
Mike Cardiff 
Janie Carroll 
Kellie Carson 



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Kimberly Caruthers ^ 

Wade Cassels 

Kristin Cerati 

Jessica Chase 

Ryan Chisholm 

Rebecca Clark 

La-Chaz Cofield 

Fawn Collins 

Nicole Colon 

Andre Cooper 

Heather Craig 

Jennifer Cullimore 

Brian Dahmer 

Mark Darling 

Julie DelPrincipe 

Jessica Depinet 

Chelsea Donohue 

Elizabeth Dunham 

Byron Durden 

Beau T. Edgil 

Emilie Edsall 

Rebecca Ellington 

Brent Ellis 

April Elston 

Thomas Ereditario 



(Right) Tamsai Nyalami and Paul Sluyter 
practice some new moves at Sport Dance 
Club. 

(Below) Judi Mann, Nicole Rutledge, and 
Christina Haarlander discuss life's "issues." 





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" (Above) Margo Gehring finds plenty to 
' occupy her time in her work study position 
as a desk assistant. 

(Left) Greg Novak takes a dive into the new 
Wellness Center pool. 



Alicia Evans 
Caala Feldhauser 
Shane Fisher 
Sonbela Ngu Fomuso 
Deborah Ford 

Sabrina Forte 
Susan Franklin 
Brian Free! 
Jennifer Freeman 
Eric Garcia 

Ashli Garner 
Margo Gehring 
Christina Gilardi 
Sue Giroday 
Evan Graham 

James Grimes 
Genevieve Gunsolus 
Tina Haarlander 
Theresa Halse 
Dana Hancock 

Terence J. Hannum 
Sarah Harder 
Jason Hargrove 
Beth Harstine 
Jackie Hart 



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Ginny Harvey 

Karen Heidbrink 
Nickson Henry 
Nicole Herman 







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Chadin Kampanatsanyakorn 

Aimee Kane 

Carrie Kindred 

Everis Kline 

Dawn Klokow 

Jennel Knight 

Kenny Koehler 

Kim Koltveit 

Stacey Lindo 



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Tifan Littleton 
Autumn Lynch 
Katy MacMillan 
Dana Magilen 
Amanda Magnussen 

Judi Mann 
Michael Mann 
Jenn Marlowe 
Brian Martin 
Erica Martin 



(Left) Florida Southern 
students gather around the 
breakfast table during a 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes weekend retreat. 



Rachel Maxfield 
Alison McKavanagh 
Jen McKibben 
Amy McMullin 
J. P. McNulty 

Michelle Mertz 
Bradford Middleton 
Anthony Miege 
Laura Montgomery 
Jill Moody 

Diana Moronta 
Michael Morrow 
Lisa Mozo 
Norie Nakagawa 
Michael Nance 



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Nicole Nelson 

Keli Norris 

Greg Novak 

Tamsai Nyalami 

Chris Oi'Brien 

Katie O'Dell 
Julie Christine Ouimette 
Ajia Paolillo 
Nicole Paris! 
Anand Patel 



(Right) Amanda Magnusen and Suzanne 
Canning converse outside the library. 

(Below) Marcus Walterstrom and Niclas 
Johnsson enjoy a good meal and pleas- 
ant conversation at Subway. 





Raxesh B. Patel 

Alisa Paul 

Dawn Payne 

Josue Perez 

Kelly Pike 

Deborah J. Pollock 

Annie Radomski 

Nick Railsback 

Jennifer Reed 

Lisa Reynolds 

Nicole Rhody 

Shannon Rich 

Wendy Richards 

Crystal Richardson 

Christie Rosas-Guyon 




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Chris Rosbough 
Nick Ross 
Trent Ross 
Douglas Rouillard 
Amy Rowley 




Paul Sluyter 
Amy Smith 
Beth Smith 
Jarrett Smith 
Jennifer Smith 



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John Smith 

Michel Solan 

Heather Speakman 

Persiana Stilianova 

Lauren Sullivan 

Oriana Sulstavova 

Tamaryn Swickhelmer 

Trippi Szukis 

April Thompson 

Katie Tilton 

Tereza Todorova 

Jessica Toltz 

Matt Underwood 

Margaret Valenta 

Rachel Van 

Mark Vanderhoek 

Monica Van Tassel 

Kristy Vignali 

Saurabh Wahi 

Jenn Wallace 



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Erkan Surmeli mans the 
International Students 
Association table at the 
Wellness Fair. 



(Left) Dusty Pointer and 
Tom Blair seranade the 
squirls in the Hindu 
Gardens. 




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(Right) Merely Palomino, 
JVIichel Solan, Meliza 
Solan, and Lauren Pickard 
get ready to show their 
best moves at the 
Valentine's Day Swing 
Dance sponsored by 
Campus Ministries. 

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(Above, right) Keagan 
Kerr. 

(Above, middle right) 
Meredith Weaver and Rob 
Belton. 

(Right) Sean Walling, 
Michael Kent, Jennifer 
Cullimore, Jarrett Smith, 
and Margo Gehrig are truly 
excited about the concert 
sponsored by Pi Kappa 
Phi. 




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'amilet Santana works the 
Shades of Color booth at the 
Vellness Fair. 



Rutherford Aska 
bsh Atchley 
>usan Bailey 
immie Baker 
^dam Bantner 
lason Bates 
ammy Black 
)avid Bogan 
Uberto Bonfil 
Jsa Borman 
NJick Braden 
loshua Brown 
/lellssa Brown 
Angela Brugger 
"erra Budary 
ames Bulger 



Jolene Bunk 
Annetta Burnetti-Brown 
Adam Butkus 
Anna Caney 
Daniel Cardona 
Crystal Carles 
Jonathan Carlson 
Bianca Carlton 
Martha Carlton 
Carrie Cline 
David Colby 
Terry Corn 
James Cross 
Kelly Cuccia 
Gordana Cupurdija 
Connie Day 
Emilie Dubois 
Charles Fair 
Lionel Fox III 
Richard Frank 




Sherri Frankenburger 
Brent Franklin 
Christine French 
Craig French 
Jennifer Gaeta 
Jessica Gaff 
Amy Gagliano 
Lydia Gartrell 
Jay Gibbons 
John Goulart 
Larry Grant 
Lindy Gunn 
Evan Hamm 
Alicia Harder 
Jason Hart 
Stefanie Highstreet 
Nathan Hooper 
Wesley Hooper 
Ryan Humphreys 
Claudia Hurtado 
Angela Jason 
Valerie Johnson 
Jay Kacherski 





Greg Allen and Marlena 
Barauskus show off their true 
colors at the Tacky Dance. 



Harry Kellam 
Kelley Keller 
Justin Kelly 
Jarvis Kendrick 
Young Gook Koh 
Kameron Lackey 
Jennifer Lamb 
Matthew Landon 
Jennifer Lane 
Elizabeth Lopez 
Fabrice Mario 
April Martin 
Michael McKinney 
Jamie Meloni 
Luke Miller 
Roberto Mori 
Michael Morris 
Nadine Moschak 
Jeffrey Mulline 
Krisha Newman 
Jennifer Nott 
Broderic Ogzewalla 
Michael Ortiz 
Andrea Pearson 
Joshua Perrella 
Christopher Phillips 
Korri Piper 
Amber Powella 
Kennith Praay 
Christopher Redig 



(Above) Michelle Mertz. 
(Left) Gospel Choir members 
pose for a photo just before a 
performance at Convocation. 



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(Above) Nicole Sawicki moves into her new home in Allan Spivey Residence Hall. 
(Above, right) Vidalis Cordova gets into the groove at an 0-Week dance. 
(Right) During the "Ropes Course" portion of 0-Week, students participate in different 
group activities to get acquainted with other students. Later on, (Above, far right) they 
put their lives in the hands of others and learn what it means to trust. 

Ashlie Aagard f 

Nikka Aberman 

Amber Acocelli 

Katherine Adams 

Rebekah Alexander 

April Alford 

Pammy Allard 

Chad Allen 

Nicole Allred 

Ryan Alvarez 

Jason Anders 
Allison Andreano 

Amie Ashman 

Alathea Babcock 

Jennifer Bailey 

Beth Ann Baldry 
Amanda Ballard 

Judith Ballard 

Nicole Bastian 
Stacie Bates 

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(Far left) Freshmen enjoy refresh- 
ments during a reception at the 
President's house. (Left) A student 
puts the final touches on her new 
room. (Below) New students enjoy 
the wacky, zany fun that is PlayFair. 








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Patricia Beck 
Amanda Benedict 
Robert Bennett 
Sara Bernardo 
Stephanie Bertoldo 

Irongila Bethea 
Maureen Blau 
Jessica Bodalia 
Jason Bombaugh 
Ryan Bone 

Julie Boon 
Ryan Boyce 
Jennifer Bradshaw 
Rebecca Bross 
Charlene Brown 

Becky Brown 
Vauessa Brown 
Betony Buzdum 
Laura Byron 
Peter Campo 

Kimberly Cann 
Alicia Cardone 
Stacey Carmody 
Donna Chau 
Ginger Cissell 



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(Left) Jeff Shenk enjoys a doughnut 
before class. 

(Right) April Booe is caught in the act 
of snacking. 



Trevor Clark 

Mitch Clay 

Christine Clementz 

Dana Cobb 

Libby Cope 

Gordon Coppage 

Tim Corbin 

Vidalis T. Cordova 

Melanie Davey 

Chris Davis 

Regina Dennis 
Sabine Dessieux 
Jason DeVincent 

Kristen Diener 
Erin Dooley 

Goran Draskovic 

Nadia Dreyer 

Rachel Duca 

Travis Duchesneau 

Derek Duke 

Ian Dunfee 

Alicia Duquette 

Diana Durako 

Brian Edwards 

Heather Ellis 

Julia Estrada 

Anita Fine 

Melinda Fischer 

Rosa M. Fossi 

Richard Foster 



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Matt Fowler 
Michelle Fox 
Carmella Frederick 
Sarah Freeman 
Jennifer Fuller 

Sarah Fuller 
Joseph A. Garrastegui 
Katie Goehler 
Jenn Golden 
Leslie Green 




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Katina Schopper and Allie Andreano pull for the Mocs at a 
basketball game. 




Peter Hyc 

Erica Jackson 

Lesley Jacobson 

Christy Jeck 

Sarah Jeewa 

William Jeffries 

Adrienne Jenks 

Brittany Johnson 

Elizabeth Johnson 

Katie Jones 

Preston Jones 

Niclas Jonsson 

Phillip Josephs 

Kristi Joyner 

Colleen Kahoe 

Ajit Kaira 

Shannon Keefe 

Mike Kent 

Joanne Kirst 

Jocelyn Koch 

Fred Koehler 

Melissa Korelstein 

Anna Kovacich 

Erin Kovencz 

Amy Krepinevich 



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Keiko Kumagai 
Sarah Lacasse 
Joe Lackey 
Christina Lainhart 
Kris Landry 

Angela LeBlanc 
Sara Lentz 
Kevin LeVine 
Abbie Lewin 
Kenjamin Libby 



Amy Smith and Liz iVIcNamara 
take a few minutes to study 
when there are not any swim- 
mers to check in at the pool. 



Jennifer Link 
Steve Love 
Jonna Luce 
BriAnne Luther 
Marianne Lutz 

Kevin Lytton 
Katie Mackin 
April Malott 
Tia IVIancini 
Elizabeth Manuel 



Emilia Marrero 
Jennifer Martin 
Lisa Mattingley 
James McChesney 
Christy McCoy 



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Shannon McLaney 

Elizabeth McNamara 

Samantha McNaughton 

Nadia Merhi 

Jamie IVIichael 

Jeff Michel 

Magdalena Mierzejek 

Kelly Mikula 

Kimberley Miller 

Rachel Miller 



(Right) Pizza has become an important 
facet of dorm life at FSC. Joanna Kirst, 
Vanessa Brown, Heather Surendra, and 
Amanda Benedict partake of Papa John's 
(Below) Heidi Horak studies intently dur- 
ing the Flap Jack Fling. 




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Angle Morris 

Jason Morrison 

Angle Mortensen 

Jennifer Murphy 

Kelly Murphy 



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Stacy Naletko 
Renae Neale 
Samantha Neely 
Erin Ness 
Nathan Neuman 

Antonia Newman 
Chrissi Nolle 
Paul Norby 
Laura O'Bryant 
Kevin O'Connor 





(Left) Alicia Cordone and Mary Melton 
wait patiently outside the Bookstore for 
the Caf to open. 

(Above) Laura O'Bryant stands outside 
Allan Spivey Hall where she will live for 
the next year. 



Jennifer Olivier 
Kathryn Organ 
Tomoko Oshima 
George Pacenka 
Les Padley 

IHeather Paige 
Justin Palmer 
Nerely Palomino 
Stephanie Parent 
Sylvia Parker 

Sheetal Patel 
Melissa Peeples 
Karen Pelletier 
Kenneth Penny 
Rocio Perez 

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Allison Pfundtner 

Lauren Pickard 

Jack Plating 

Barbara Plossi 

Jonathan Polk 

Robin Polk 

Tara Pratt 

Latisha Prioleau 

Ashley Raddick 

Sarah Reese 




(Above) The weirdos come out for the Halloween Dance. 
(Right) Speaking of weirdos . . . Latoya McCormick shows 
remarkable taste with her new balloon hat. 



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Lisa Russo 
Chris Sabo 
Robby Sampson 
Jennifer Sanders 
Ken Sanford 

Nicole Sawicl<i 
Valerie Scheff 
Amy Schmidt 
Terri Schneider 
Katina Schopper 



Fred Koehler. 



Sarah Seidman 
Jay Shah 
Jeffery Shenk 
Kristie Sheppard 
Melissa Sica 

Shari Simon 
Etta Smith 
Robb Smith 
Debra Smither 
Ryan Soehlig 

Meliza Solan 
Helena Sorensen 
Kyle Sowersby 
IVIatt Spivey 
IVIelissa Stauffer 



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Kimberly Stephens 

Elizabeth Stevens 

Brent Stoehs 

Kris Stokes 

Richie Sturdivant 

Josh Sumner 

Heather Surendra 

Keri Surrency 

Adrian Szasz 

Josh Tallent 

Allison Tatangelo 
Maung Tay 

Chastity Teesdale 
Jaime Terziu 
Kim Thomas 

Leah Thomas 

Kim Thompson 

Matt Thompson 

Jennifer Lynn Thon 

Jennifer Thrash 

IVIaribeth Tisdale 

Stacy Tolar 

Sarah Toole 

Michael Tucker 

Jason Tuller 



(Right) Lab assignments can be the most 
exciting or frustrating part of a science 
class. During a Physical Science lab, Ryan 
Alvarez adjusts a lens while Ryan Rogers 
works through the calculations. 
(Below) Kelly Douberly and her sister move 
Kelly's belongings into her new dorm room. 





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Kenneth Wells 
Adrian Wesley 
Andrew Westafer 
Judy Wetherington 
April Wheeler 

Melissa Wiesmann 
Nancye Wilbur 
Andrea Williams 
Joe Williams 
T.J. Williams 

Tracy Williams 
Michelle Wilson 
Melina Winget 
Jaimie Wittenberg 
Rebecca Wroten 

Becky Yates 
Ryan Young 
Amanda Zimmer 




(Top left) Robbie Bennett looks ravishing in this blue tank top. 

(Top right) An 0-Week team led by Kathryn Zillman bonds while eating togeth- 
er in the Cat. 

(Bottom left) No Holds Barred was a popular weekly event because of the cre- 
ative improvisation of actors like Tosh Sargeant. 

(Bottom right) Matt Grieves assists Paul Norby with his lunch. 

(Right) Samantha McNaughton and Ryan Rogers attend a local church service. 
Many students found new churches to go to while at school. 

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Freshmen Not Pictured 




Dhn-Kelly Andrade 
arrie Brill 
revor Burmeister 
9sse Butzer 
ellie Carson 
ristin Cerati 
ason Chagoya 
inger Cissell 
ristin Clark 
achel Coffman 
awn Collins 
ndre Cooper 
manda Crews 
rian Dahmer 
ark Darling 
irinee Essig 
orey Farmer 
lane Fischer 
shley Fox 
ark Furbush 
irry Glenn 
:ephanie Gray 
imes Grimes 
nristine Haarlander 
sza Hult 




(Top left) David Sihombing lines up a shot at the 

Wellness Center. 

(Top right) Freshmen attend an interest session 

held by the Music Department during 0-Week. 

(Above) These students look like they could use 

a little excitement. 

(Bottom left) More fun and games at PlayFair. 

(Bottom right) A student listens as Dr. Baum tells 

her about the Biology Department. 



Tiffany Kitchens 
Denise Logan 
Michael Mann 
James McChesney 
Terrena McGriff 
Kerri Nickerson 
Lance Niekro 
Mark Nixon 
Anand Patel 
Raxesh Patel 
Karen Pelletier 
Winston Pennant II 
Jason Reynolds 
Douglas Rouillard 
Derek Schreiber 
Joutan Sodhi 
Jason Spiro 
Roger Tate Jr. 
Tyler Tucker 
William Turner Jr. 
Jaclyn Van Eerden 
Gian Visentin 
Zachary Young 
Jeremy Youngblood 




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Agnes Johnson Rowe Award 




Agnes Johnson Rowe Award Recipient: 

Julie Fogleman 

representing her sorority, 
Alpha Chi Omega 

Julie Fogleman came to Florida Southern 
College as a freshman in the fall of 1995. She 
became actively involved on campus as a 
student government officer from that first year. 
By her senior year, she became president of 
Student Government. 

It was clear from the start that she wanted to 
make a difference on her campus. Student 
issues have always been an important part of 
her agenda. 

It is through her persistence and hard work 
that visitation hours will be changed next year to 
better accommodate the students who live on 
campus. 

Her efforts are the legacy that she leaves 
behind her and they are the wonderful example 
that her fellow students will have to follow. 

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Award Nominees 



For years, Florida Southem College has distinguished one lady as 
"Miss Southem." In 1 995, the name of the award was changed to honor 
Mrs. Agnes Johnson Rowe, Director of Alumni Relations until she 
retired in 1 981 . She was also president of the Florida Southem Alumni 
Association and received the college's Distinguished Alumni Award. 
With the new title, the award has also received a new meaning. 
Students nominated (both male and female) must have a cumulative 
grade point average of 3.0, be a campus leader and have senior status. 




Amanda Gruzas Sheilitha Hastings Tiffany Hosey 




Tracy IVIorrison Michelle Porter 



Lillie Stovall 




Heather Tomarchio 



Cheryl Wickham 



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Award Nominees 




Christopher Delisle 




Alex Shanks 



Andrew Sistrunk 



In 1 981 , a very distinguished faculty member by the name of James C. 

Rogers passed away He graduated in 1 969 from Florida Southem as 

an outstanding campus leader. Since 1 982, a special award has been 

given to one outstanding senior male each year to commemorate all 

that James C. Rogers stood for while he was a student at Florida 

Southem College. 

Each person nominated for the award must have the following 

qualifications: senior status, maintain at least a cumulative 3.0 grade 

point average, and show campus leadership. 

This year has proven that there were many people who were worthy of 

winning this award as well as the Agnes Johnson Rowe award. 




James C. Rogers Award Recipient: 

Todd Willis 

representing his fraternity, 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Todd Willis also entered Florida Southern 
College as a freshman in 1995. He became 
involved in several different facets of student life 
on campus. He became an active member of 
Student Government, Wesley Fellowship and 
became a part of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraterni- 
ty- 

When he was chosen to be a part of Omicron 
Delta Kappa, the national leadership honorary 
society, he eventually became president. 
Over and over, Todd has proven himself to be a 
dependable person and a natural leader in the 
activities he has become involved in. 
Through his personal treatment of those around 
him and his friendliness, he will not soon be 
forgotten. 

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During her four years of college, 
Heather Caricoffe has proven herself 
to be a "well-rounded" student in every 
sense of the word. She was involved 
in many different aspects of student 
life. 

Academic Awards- 
She earned the ODK Burnette Gilbert 
Outstanding Junior Award, The Florida 
Southern's Rhodes Sholar 
Nomination, FSC's ODK Leader of the 
Year, FSC Academic Merit Award 
Scholarship, Chapter FA Florida PEO 
Scholarship, National Dean's List, and 
Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 

On Campus Involvement- 
She has been an active member of 
the Student Government and became 
president of the senior class. She is 
also a Vice President of ODK. She 
has been involved with other groups 
such as Beta Beta Beta, Pre-Med 
Society, Florida Southern Varsity 
Volleyball, a Florida Resident Advisor 
and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

Community Service- 
She volunteered her services in 
various hospitals, such as Lee 
Memorial, Nemours Children's Clinic, 
Peace River Center and Texas 
Children's Hospital. She also 
volunteered at Habitat for Humanity, 
assisting doctors and nurses with 
patients there. 

This is by no means the whole of all 
that she has done. Along with her 
name being inscribed forever on the 
FSC wall<way, a vibrant memory of all 
that she did on behalf of the 
students who attend this college will 
also remain. 



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Heather Caricoffe 

"I am always aiming to improve the school, even if 

I cannot always enjoy the benefits. Who knows, 

my children might go to Florida Southern one 

day." 



Robert F. Kennedy Jr. 

"We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, 
we borrow it from our children." 




Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is a res- 
olute defender of the environment. 
As the Senior Attorney of the Natural 
Resources Defense Council and the 
Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the 
Hudson Riverkeeper, he is a firm 
believer that a nation cannot have a 
sound 

economy without a good 
environmental policy. In 1995, 
Kennedy brokered a bipartisan 
agreement between the EPA, New 
York Governor Pataki, and New York 
City Officials to protect the city's 
water supply. 

In the tradition of his family, the 
heart of Kennedy's message is our 
responsibility and commitment to 
future generations. 

Kennedy is described as a 
pioneer and an attorney in the area 
of municipal and government 
responsibility for environmental 
problems. His reputation as a 
resolute defender of the environment 
stems from a litany of successful 
legal actions: Prosecuting 
governments and companies for 
polluting the Hudson River and Long 
Island sound; winning settlements for 
the Hudson Riverkeeper; arguing 
cases to expand citizen access to the 
shoreline; and suing sewage 
treatment plants to force compliance 
with the Clean Water Act. 

Kennedy is a graduate of Harvard 
University. He studied at the London 
School of Economics and received 
his law degree from the University of 
Virginia Law School. 



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have truly MOVED ON!!! 

We love you and may God bless you always!!! Mommy, 

Daddy, Alicia, Angela, Arthur Jr. and ...St. Luke's Ministries 

& St. Luke's Christian Academy & Preschool!!! 





Courtney Linebarier 

Looking good in that blacl< cap! 

Go Girl-Climb the stairs to success. 

\Nc L-re all so very proud of you. 

:llow your dreams. 

Love 

rvlo: "^'rannie "Doc" and Papa 



Joe Zachary signs the appropriate forms to give blood when the 
Citrus Blood Connection visited Florida Southern's campus. 



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Freshman Trevor Mix stuffs his face with flapjacks in 
order to get through the Fall finals. 



Jana E. Albury 

It seems like only yesterday that you 

started kindergarten, and now you 

are graduating from college. We are 

so proud of your achievements and 

will always love you. 

-Mom and Dad 



Dear Alex, 

We are so proud of you. Our 
love for you is endless. Keep 
up the good work, a bright 
future awaits you. God's 
love be with you always. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, sisters and 

brother 




Robert Hawkins 





"We know that in alMilQnnn wallHMH|||^od of those w ho 
love Him, who have been called according to His purposeS^j^PWI 
• "^?K- Romai/^!8!S§ 

Mom, Dad & Luke 



Joni E. Dam 

Congratulations on all the 
achievements you have made from kinder- 
garten through your senior year of col- 
lege. Your future will be as bright as you 
make it. We will always be proud of you. 
-Mom and Dad 

Advertisements 201 




You took with both hands, the opportunity afforded you at FSC and filled our 
lives with four of our most wonderful years. 

The values and principles you were taught, you held on to, the standards we set, you lived up to and 
the example we offered, you followed with self discipline and exceeded our best expectations. Not 
only were you an outspoken and excited Ambassador for Florida Southern College^but a radical and 
committed ambassador for Jesus Christ. 

We salute your achievements on the cross country track, in the academic field and all the other 
areas you were involved in, but what most pleased us, was the REAL driving force behind your 
success namely, your love for your Creator and God. 

We wish you all success with your future career and trust that you will always make a 

difference wherever you are. 



Your proud Dad, Mom & Brother 
(Hennie Sr, Edma & Abel) 



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Doug Houge prepares to resuscitate the mannequin 
in First Aid class as Suzanne Delaney checks his 
positioning. 




Joshua D. Slear 



Joshua- 

We are extremely 
happy and proud 
on this your very 
special day! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 





Lee Anne Clark 



Congratulations, Lee Anne, you 

did it! 
You have always brought pride 

and joy to our family. 

Your accomplishments and spirit 

in academics, art and life have 

given happiness to those you 

have touched. May God continue 

to bless your journey into the 

future. 

Love always. 

Mom and Dad 

Gran and GranBob Caldwell 



Advertisements 203 





Cristina R. Cobb 



Cristina- 
Thanks for the 
blood, sweat and 
tears. ..without your 
hard work, we 
would not have 
made it!!! 
Good Luck, The 
Interlachen Staff 



Maritza S. Godwin 

"Do what you love 
Love what you do 
And all good things 
Will come to you. 

The Nurse is in. 
Take a number. 
Be patient. 
Smile!!" 

Your Family, 
Alex, Troy, Raja, 
Alex III, etal. 



Debbie- 

You were an 

important part of 

this yearbook and 

were always a joy 

to work with. 

Much luck to you 

in the future! 

The Interlachen 

Staff 




^^ LCOr OIT riDS-^-HCRC COMES 

^^ Knstcy\t 

Congratulations! May all your dreams and 
expectations come true. We know you will be 
an excellent teacher. We love you and are 
very proud of you. 



Love Mom, Chip, Gram & Gramps 




Debbie Pacuch 



Viraj Sikand, Gian Paulo Visentin and 

Roberto Mori enjoy a meal at their favorite 

fast food restaurant, Subway. 



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N A D I A F I K R Y G E R - '' S 



Class of 1999 





Congratulations on this well - deserved degree. The future is yours. 

With your determination , ambition and abilities, every goal is 
attainable. Good Luck in grad school. Love, Mom, Dad and Mike 




Thanks for the everlastin g memories. I will miss you allNaaia Gergi^9^ 

— ^ ~ Adx'^rtisements 205 



A special thanks to the Assisting Funds Committee 
for helping us with the purchase of the computer, 
which this whole project was made possible. 




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by Cristina Cobb 
(Co editor-in-chief) 



Delsha Runkle lends Cristina Cobb a hand. 



This year has been full of a 
great many trials for the 
yearbook staff. There were 
many times that we did not think 
we could get this book printed 
out. 

The product you hold in your 
hands is the symbol of all the 
hard work put in by our staff, 
and by the efforts of the many 
volunteers who stepped in and 
helped along the way. This book 
would not be complete without 
mentioning those who gave so 
much to help get this yearbook 
to you. 

First, I would like to thank the 
Communications Department 
head, Dr. Barclay and the office 
manager, Judith Tylke. They 
were a great support to us and a 
source of strength and 
encouragement when things 
looked grim. 



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Secondly, I would like to 
thank our advisor. Bill Gregory, 
and his advertising agency. The 
Gregory Group, for helping us 
with the creative aspects of the 
cover and being our moral 
support. 

A special thanks also goes 
out to the Shah Szabo and the 
Public Relations office for all the 
photos and information shared. 

Thanks goes also to Dr. 
Burnett for sharing his file of 
photos with us. 

We would also like to thank 
the registrar's office for helping 
us with contacting students. 

We also thank "The 
Southern" newspaper for sharing 
their photos with us as well. 
Thanks for all the understanding 
and support as one group of 
editors to another. 



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Erica Love, editor of the 
upperclassmen, gets down 
to business on the phone. 



IVIarlena Barauskas, editor 
of the Student Life section 
is ready to work. 




Editors of the Year 




Krisy Mclnelly: 
Greek Editor 



Awards are based 
on the following 

criteria: 

1. Dependability 

2. Creativity in 

layout of 

section 

3. Obvious 

enthusiasm for the 

section undertaken 

4. Getting their 

job done at 

deadline 




Ruth Jursa: 
Sports Editor 



Our Publisher- 
Many thanks go out to Ned Biddix as 
our publishing representative. Also we 
would like to thank the team at 
LaBerge Printers for working overtime 
to get this book finished for us. 
Especially.. .Richard Rodriguez, Brian 
Forgea, Cliff Rathbun, and Paul 
"Gloves" Cravens. 

Other Volunteers Not Yet 
Mentioned- 

Student Government Associaton 

Members 

Jennifer Russ- thanks for the help with 

Clubs and Organizations! 

Hennie Schoeman- thanks for the 

support and for the frappuchinos! 

Bryanna Buckhalt-thanks for all your 

willingness to help. 

Kerri Hamernick-thanks for helping 

Erica with the seniors! 

The following who helped identify 

captions: 

Nancye Wilbur 

Julie Fogleman 

Jenni Nix 

Kevin Little 

Carrie Burns 

Marre Cummings 

Jack Plating 

Meredith Weaver 

Kenisha Missick 

Rob Belton 

Heather Speakman 

Back Cover- 
Special Thanks goes to Jonni Nichol 
of Nichol Photography for coming out 
TWICE to get the job done right. 

Another huge thanks to Jessica 
Chase, owner of "Alice," the new VW 
beetle. We appreciate you letting us 
use your car! 

Many thanks to the college bookstore, 
who let us borrow the FSC sweaters, 

hats and knick-knacks. 

******************************************** 

This book is dedicated to Lyndsay 
Burke-your hard work during the first 
semester was our foundation. We 
couldn't have done it without you!!! 

Closing 207 




And Ihe lime Is NOW 

The time has come for the past to meet hand in hand with the future. There 
is only one time to live. That is the present. Everything is changing. We can- 
not disregard the past, but we must move on. Let us not waste our time living in 
past moments or waiting for "things to get better the next day." Let us embrace 
what we have. It is an exciting future, bright and hopeful. 

Life is to be lived. Let us take in all that it has, both good and bad and let us 
be grateful for it all. Because that is the privilege we have to live on this earth 
and to learn and grow and become better people. Don't waste another minute. 

Put these memories safely behind you on an old dusty shelf and continue on 
to the next year. 









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