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The McKendrean 

2005-2006 



McKenclree College 

701 College Road 
Lebanon, IL 62254 

volume 89 

1,487 Students 

Editor: Samantha Harriss 

Advisor: Jeff Campbell 



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McKendree « 





A Place in History 

Founded in 1828. McKendree is Illinois' oldest 
college. It was first called Lebanon Seminary 
and in 1830 the name was changed to 
McKendree College in honor ot Bishop William 
McKendree, the fourth Bishop elected by the 
Methodist Church 



This Doesn't Look Like Ames 

Pearson's was the dining hall in 1913 This is a 
view from the balcony. Student.', and 
professors could buy a week of meals for only 
$2.25. 



An Upward Spiral 

The spiral staircase is just one of the 
features in the Hettenhausen Center for 
the Arts building. This year construction 
was well underway with opening 
scheduled for fall 2006. 



Events 




Euro Trip 

Lester McQuaid stands in the square in Brussels. 
Belgium. He and a group of McKendree students 
toured Europe during Spring Break 2006. 



End of School Fun 

McKendree students enjoyed a day in Homer 
Park at the all school picnic in 1976. Included 
in the festivities were three bands and all the 
beverages your cooler could hold. 



Humanitarians of the Year 

Dr. Lyn Huxford and Shazad Baig were presentee 
the Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award by 
Dr. Dennis. They were the first ever recipients of 
this award. 



Fall Play - Macbeth 




And the Plotting Begins 

Macbeth (Sean Henderson) and his wife (Sara 
Trask) plot to kill, so that Macbeth becomes Kinc 
of Scotland 





Something Old.... 

In (he spring of 

1963, the 

McKendree theater 

department also 

put on Macbeth. 

Here the three 

witches brood 

over their 

cauldron. 

"Double, double, 

toil, and trouble. 

Fire burn and 

cauldron bubble " 



Four hundred years ago, the great English playwright 
William Shakespeare wrote the story of a man who meets his 
downfall because of the supernatural, as well as his own 
ambition. Whether or not Shakespeare intended for Macbeth to 
be a timeless message remains a haunting question to this daj , 
but the message of Macbeth was brought to McKendree 
audiences from November 3rd through the 6th, thanks to its 
presentation by the McKendree College Theatre Department. 

"Macbeth is one of the great literary works, and I'm more 
than pleased that McKendree's Theatre Department decided to 
present such a thought-provoking piece," senior Sarah Haefher 
said. 

The show w as directed by Michelle Magnussen and 
included a cast of the following individuals: Sean Henderson. 
Sara Trask, Andrea Knoll. Sarah Robinson, Devin Dippold. 
Matt Kupferer. Rick K. Fagan. Jared Michael Evans, Connie 
Ruhol. Jacob Heil. Christopher D. Ridenour, Adam Schwind. 
Crystal M. Cole, Amanda Dotson, Mary Henderson. Anna K. 
Everett, Valerie Morrese, Jermaine Dunigan, Jason Luitjohan. 
Phillip L. Neal. and Doug Magnussen. 

"I've seen Macbeth performed many times, and 1 know the 
legend that surrounds the play. I was hoping that the so-called 
'Curse of Macbeth' wouldn't make an appearance in this 
production. Although I hear that there were a few unexplained 
technical problems, the 'curse' certainly did not hurt the high 
quality of the production," junior Paul Woodruff said. 



Visions 

Macbeth (Sean 
Henderson) begins 
to have visions that 
only he can see and 
is trying to convince 
the others that he is 
not mad. 

It Can't Be True 

Ross (Chris 
Ridenour) visits 
Lady Macduff (Mary 
Henderson) and 
during their visit 
Lady Macduff finds 
out her husband has 
been killed. 







Toil and Trouble 

Macbeth (Sean Hendrson) consults one 
of the witches (Devin Dippold) about his 
next plan of action. 



Royal Performance 

Macbeth is dead and 

Malcolm (Jared Evans) is 

now King of Scotland 




Hanging Out 

Kelsey Cravens, Alicia Kirchner, Telina Wheelington, and Jeff 
Jones hang out with group leader Kiesh Howard during NSO. 



Give Me Your John Hancock 

First-Year students sign the 

McKendree College Matricula 

during convocation. 



Into the Streets 

Johnny Hayes, John Ruesler, 
Amy Sapp, and Emiiy Best take 
a break from volunteering and 
cool off. 




Introducing... 

The class of 2009. This year's class is 
nearly 300 strong, and includes students 
from 14 different states and 7 different 
countries. 



They Make NSO Happen 

The NSO staff poses for a group 

shot after a busy, but successful 

weekend. 



New Student Orientation 




Mattress Surfing 
Natalie Van Rossum toi 
ride over her fellow stu 
New Studenl ( Jrientatii 




The class of 2009 was welcomed to 
McKendree College on August 25. 
2005. As students mined their 
belongings into residence halls and 
said tearful goodbyes to loved ones, 
they also began to lay the foundation 
for academic success, extracurricular 
involvement, and perhaps most 
importantly, friendship, at New Studenl 
Orientation. This year, incoming 
students were treated to four days of 
activities designed to make first-year 
students a part of the McKendree 
community. 

New Student Orientation requires 
an intensive amount of preparation to 
complete. Craig Robertson, director of 
Campus Activities, is also the director 
of the New Student Orientation 
program. He and his staff, led by 
seniors Lindsey Hawkins and Greg 
Mennerick and juniors Dan Casper and 
Kyle Lappington, worked diligently the 
week of orientation to ensure that 
first-year students had a positive first 
impression of the college. 

While students are required to 
participate in college-related activities, 
most students seem to enjoy the social 
activities that New Student Orientation 
offers each year. This year, students 
had an opportunity to bow 1 for free, 
watch a magician, and dance at the 
Foam Dance Party, among other 
activities. "I took a sombrero from Dr. 
Dennis' Mexican dinner, and believe 
me, I looked awesome with it in the 
foam pit," freshman Jeff Jones said. 



Group Work 

First year students discuss their 
summer reading, "Into the Wild" by John 
Krakauer. 




Dancin' in the Foam 

Students enjoy the foam party in 
front of the Lair. 



I am Woman, Hear me Roar 

The first-year students participate 
in many ice-breaker games 



Spirit 101 

Cheerleaders give new students a 
lesson in school spirit 



Fall Family Weekend 




Just i.ikiu it easy. 
A group of 
McKendreans from 
1971 relaxes around ; 
pavilion while 
listening to a band. 




Smile for the camera 

Adrian Jones poses for a pic with our favorite mascot Bogey 
the Bearcat. 



Just clownin' around 

Sudarsun Koirala, Kan Jennings. 

and Gretchen Ulferts goof off in the 

Quad while listening to the Smash 

Band play 

Lunch is served 

People load up their plates with 
delicious food that the Ames' cooks 
have prepared for the festivities 





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McKendree College opened its doors to family and 
friends of students and staff for the annual Fall Family 
Weekend, held September 23rd through the 25th. 
I his \ ear's celebration otlcicd an array of aclmties for 
everyone, including athletic events, musical and 
theatrical performances, as well as academic 
presentations. 

This year, students, staff, and their guests had a 
chance to watch four of McKendree's finest athletic 
teams, as the women's soccer, volleyball, football, and 
hockey teams all had home games. Live entertainment 
was provided by "The Smash Band" before the start of 
the football game versus Ohio Dominican University. 

In addition, guests enjoyed the annual Murder 
Mystery Dinner, which not only entertains 
McKendreans and their guests, but incorporates them 
into the production, as well. "During the murder 
mystery dinner, I was afraid they were going to 
wrongfully accuse me of a crime." sophomore Gary 
Best said. Also providing entertainment were 
comedian Steve Hofstedder and ventriloquist Lynn 
Trefzger. 

For one student, the highlight of the weekend was 
the annual Faculty and Staff Chill Cook-Off. "I'm 
always a fan of food, but I'd like to give a quick 
suggestion to some of the staff. The chili could have 
used more beans," sophomore Steve Loftus said. 



Hang on! 

Amber Jackson and her friend go for a spin on 
the carnival ride set up in the quad. 




5» 

MMM...good! 

Corey Bryant dishes up some chil 
during the chili cook-off in Ames 
dining hall. 



Rock and Roll 

The Smash Band drummer rocks on 



Welcome 

New Orleans students were invited to attend McKendree after the 
devastating hurricane Katnna; here they march across the field to be 
introduced and welcomed to McKendree College at a home football game 




Sophomore Gary Best 
'ocks out on the bass 
guitar for the Smash 
3and as a gaggle of 
girls surrounds the 
;tage 



Do Bop Shee-Bop 

Mandy Graves, Debra 

Shlau, and Renee 

Packard (L-R) perform 

with the Smash Band 

singing oldies but 

goodies 



Say cheese 

Two McKendree supporters smile for 

the camera during the festivities of 

Fall Family Weekend 



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Pomping and 
Parading... 



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This year, (he McKendree College 
community paraded in(o (he 2005 
Homecoming, McKendree Mardi Gras. 
During the week Campus Activities 
Board sponsored a variety of activities 
designed to get students involved in the 
celebration, such as (he Bahy Bottle 
drinking contest. Additionally, s(udenls 
involved in campus organizations met 
on the quad to decorate their club's 
respective float. Before the game, 
students and faculty alike paraded down 
the streets of Lebanon for the annual 
Homecoming Parade. 

"I was happy to be a part of the 
parade with the Marching Bearcats, and 
I'm proud of McKendree students for 
keeping their floats tasteful, in light of 
the tragedy in New Orleans." junior 
Mark Wonnacott said. 

Homecoming was also a time for the 
classes of 1955, 1980, and 1495 to enjoy 
their 50. 25. and 10 year reunions 
respectively. 



The Good Ole' Days 

Rev. Ralph Edwards '42 and his 

daughter Cynthia Edwards, reminisce 

while looking at old yearbooks from his 

college days. 



Bottle Boys 

Anthony Clervi, Trevor Maloch, Tim 

Williams, Chas Maloch. and Brian Markway 

participated in the challenging and 

humorous baby bottle chugging contest 

held during homecoming week. 

Wheeee! 

Sudarsun Koirala plummets down the 

obstacle course slide in the Quad. 

Activities, including mflatables and a 

face-painting stand, were in place for a 

to enjoy 




Sure is Hot! 

The Sigma Nu tailgate 
barbeque is always a 
crowd pleaser. 



A May Pole? 

Crystal Barrera and 

Mallory Mora, from Clio 

sorority, put time and 

effort into creating a 

float for the parade. 





Dancing Queens 

Lester McQuaid, Tom Pieper, Robert Studley, and Ben Pieper perform a lively 
routine at the lip sync contest held in Ames during Homecoming week. 



Marching to the Beat of Their Own Drums 

The Bearcat Marching Band sets the tone, and the beat, for the parade 




Mardi Gras Madness Open Air Alpha and Omega? 

Students sported their festive Mardi Danielle Chambers waves to the crowd from the Members of Alpha Phi Omega ride atop their mardi gras float during 

3ras masks, beads, and McKendree t> ac k f a convertible driven by alumnus Rev. tne parade. Not only did this float and many others sport a mardi 

apparel. Dr. Miley Palmer '58. 9 r as theme, but also they showed off their football fanatic side. 



Grid Iron Game Time 



The McKendree Bearcats football team chalked up a 
27-3 Homecoming victory against the University of St. 
Francis. Senior kicker. Stephen Webb, and sophomore 
running hack. George Smith, brought McKendree to a 
10-3 lead in the first half. McKendree pulled away in 
the second half with runs by junior fullback Adam 
Radno and junior running back Dominique Jones. The 
Bearcat offense posted 313 yards on the ground against 
St. Francis, while the Bearcat defense allowed only 187 
yards. 

After students showed their school spirit during the 
Homecoming football game, they had an opportunity to 
show off their dance moves at the annual Homecoming 
dance, held October 22, 2005. at the Adams Mark Hotel 
in St. Louis. Missouri. Tickets were 22 dollars per 
person, with two dollars from each ticket going toward 
the Hurricane Katnna relief fund. Students were treated 
to food, as well as high-quality music. 

"My favorite part about the dance were the toasted 
ravioli and the little Mardi Gras masks that they gave us. 
I'm also glad that they didn't play too much Gwen 
Stefani," sophomore Squeaky Johnson said. 

Unlike many other schools. McKendree announces its 
Homecoming Court and crowns its Homecoming King 
and Queen at the Homecoming football game, in order to 
give the candidates and the event maximum exposure. 

This year, the nominees were seniors Amber 
Schaefer, Aaron Povolish, Lindsey Hawkins, Chris 
Cunnings, Danielle Chambers, and Greg Mennerick. 
Attendents were juniors Lindsay Weathers and Lester 
McQuaid, sophomores Lauren Frizzo and Pat Sears, and 
freshmen Ashley McRaven and Dennis Bisto. Chris 
Cunnings and Lindsay Hawkins were crowned 
Homecoming King and Queen. 



Gather Around 

The football team surrounds Coach Poelker for a 
pep talk prior to the big homecoming game. 



Give me an "M"! 

The cheerleaders show their spirit 

and pump up the crowd at the 

Homecoming football game. 



Man Down 

McKendree lineback, Marcus Mann, 
takes out member of the opposition. 
Marcus had 65 tackles this season 



Lets Go Cats! 

The cheerleaders added school spirit to the 
fence around the field using styrofoam cups. 




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And it's Good! 

McKendree kicker, Stephen 
Webb, kicks a field goal 




The Line Up 

Members of the football team proceed onto 

the field where they were greeted by 

iam-packed stands on Homecoming 

weekend. 

Cheer, Bogey, Cheer! 

Junior cheerleading co-captian Julie Harris 

stands with Bogey during the game. Both 

Bogey and the cheerleading squad 

energized the crowd during games. 



Mardi Gras 
Masquerade 



omecoming Royalty 

etinng Queen Keyma Smith, Chris Cunnings and Lindsey 
awkins pose for a photograph shortly after their coronation 




And the Queen 
Was... 

The homecoming 
court of 1973 
smiles t( ir the 
camera. Sue 
Carmell was 
crowned 
Homecoming 
Queen 



A 'Mask 'erade 

Tina Napper shows 
off her Mardi Grad 
spirit by wearing a 
sequined mask 

Boogie Fever 

These McKendree 
ladies show off 
their moves on the 
dance floor at the 
Adam's Mark 
Hotel 




ourt Order 

he Homecoming Court lines up on the football field and anticipates the announcement of the royalty 



Brown Bag Lectures 







McKendree College holds lectures 
almost every Wednesday at noon. 
McKendree students, faculty, and staff, 
along with occasional off-campus 
speakers, present on a variety of subjects 
from religion and politics to the benefits 
of study abroad. This year, McKendrec 
offered a diverse set of Brown Bags, 



Yukata Finery 

Lindsay Robertson, Dr Tami 
Eggleston, and Jolene Fisher 
posed in Japanese robes in 
this picture presented during 
their Brownbag talk. 



Fallen Angel 

On February 1st. 2006, Devin 
Dippold spoke about his 
senior honors project, a two 
year venture to create and 
produce a one-man play about 
the life of Kurt Cobain. 



ranging from a parliamentary debate "My favorite presentation was the 



by members of the McKendree 
Speech & Debate Team to a 
presentation on Japanese culture 
Other presentations included an 
analysis of which issues matter t 
liberals and conservatives, as we 
a presentation on autism and 
Asperger's Syndrome. 



one on squirrels and nuts by Dr Mike 
Henshaw. Not only was it a really 
cool topic, but I think that we need to 
have more discussions of science on 
this campus. We shouldn't be afraid 
of Voigt, nor should we think thai 
science is somehow blasphemous," 
sophomore Jon Brown said. 




Vietnam Debate 

McKendree held a debate titled "Is the Present 
American Policy in Vietnam in the Best Interest 
of the United States" in 1966 



Ichigo Ichie 

Jolene Fisher and 
Lindsay Robertson 
told the assembled 
audience about their 
experiences on the 
Technos trip to 
Japan. 




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Athletics Wear 

On March 1st, 2006, three students 
and a professor, Devin McQuillan, 
Katie Stieger, Katie Hubbard and Dr. 
Tami Eggleston, gave a presentation 
on women in sports and the legacy of 
Title IX. 



Intimate Politics 

Dr. Frederking talked to his 
audience about the differing thought \ 
processes of conservatives and 
liberals. 



Stress Fest 

Pancakes ease the pain 

For those students who ure nervous about their final 
Humiliations, Campus Activities Board has the answer. 
)uring fall and spring finals. CAB sponsored Stress Fest. 
series of acti\ ities designed to get students away from 
heir hooks, at least for a few minutes. CAB showed 
loliday movies in the Lair, to set the lone for the 
pcoming Christmas break. But. there are two activities 
nat always seem to generate the most support f 
tudents. Each night at midnight, students have an 
ipportunity to play dodge ball 

"The dodge hall game is fun because it keeps me from 
ailing asleep when I need to stud) . but I don't do a lot of 
aat anyway. The bad part about it is that I get bruises," 
ophomore Gary Best said. 

The other activity that students flock to is the biannual 
'ancake Dinner, where members of the faculty often 
how up in the middle of the night to feed hungry 
tudents. 

"I'm a growing boy. I need my pancakes Sometimes 
like to drink the maple syrup straight from the bottle. 
1y friends gave me a dollar to do it." sophomore Steve 
.oftus said. 

Bring on the Pancakes 

Aaron Povolish and Alex Galli 
indulge in pancakes in Ames 



Chill'axin 

Adrian Jones. JaRon Dent, and Brandon Wyms took a break 
from studying What a "bright" idea! 



And the Winner is... 

Craig Robertson announces the $500 
Book Bonanza winner 

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tress-Free Service With a 
mile 

archae Miller serves a 
ancake feast to students Laura 
ueller and Chris Ridenour. 




Cram Session 

In 1953, students studied in Benson 
Wood Library. At that time Benson 
Wood really was a library. 




Career Fair 



A Career. With a Plan. 

Richard Ness and Joel Stults listen intently as the representitive from Waddellj 
and Reed Financial Services speaks about the company. 



The Office of Career Services sponsored a 
career fair geared toward McKendree alumni 
and students. About 40 companies and 
organizations were represented at the event, 
including: A.G. Edwards & Sons. Inc.; Allsup 
Inc., Belleville AmeriCorps; Community Link; 
Country insurance & Financial Services; 
Edward Jones. Jim's Formal Wear Companj ; 
KDNL-TV; Pepsi MidAmerica; Regions Bank; 
Stifel, Nicolaus & Company. Inc.; United State 
Marine Corps Officer Selection Office; and 
Wells Fargo Financial. 

Students were encouraged to dress 
professionally and to bring along copies of th' 
resumes. The career fair was an excellent 
opportunity for students to find information on 
local companies and possibly spark interest in a 
job or internship. 

"The fair is a wonderful time for students an 
alumni to network with employers regarding 
internship and full time positions," said Joni 
Mitchell, director of career services. 



Providing Career Services 

Brenna Fischer '93, came hack to campus in 2004 to talk to students about 
job openings at Allsup, Inc. Career services has been providing this 
opportunity to students since 1993. 




Career Opportunities 

Regions Bank was a popular station for 
the accounting and finance students. 



Networking 

Jennifer Beiber takes time to network 
with an employer. 



Happy Birthday McK!!! 



Music & Cake 

Dean Reynolds 
leads students 
and faculty in 
Happy Birthday 
Afterwards 
everyone enioyed 
the traditional 
birthday cake. 



jay. February 22, 2006, the McKendree College 
celebrated the school's 1 7Sih anniversary. McKendree 
s founded on February 20, 1828 by pioneer Methodists, 
ool was originally called McKendree Seminary li began 
nted sheds and only 72 students. Two years later in 1830 
.vas officially renamed McKendree College. 
During the lunch hour in Ames, students and faculty were invited 
to sing the traditional Happy Birthday and to enjoy a large birthday 
cake Later (he evening in Person's Hall, many alumni and 
supporters of the college gathered for a dinner and presentation. The 
theme of this year's celebration was technology. In accordance with 
this theme, three current McKendree debate team members and three 
former debate team members debated the question of whether or not 
computers have enhanced higher education. Juniors Paul Woodruff 
and Mark Wonnacot and freshman Sami Leonard made up the 
proposition team and alumni Jana Brady '00, Chad Kaffer '00, and 
Ryan Anderson 'III made up the opposition team. 



Going once, going 
twice SOLD! 



During the Founder's Day 
"\% festivities in 1991. students 
and alumni participated in 
an auction. 




Spring Break 

Relaxing March 11- March 19 



Literally House Work 

Vonzetta Sykes spent Spring Break working hard on this house in Jamaica. 




Roofing in Mississippi 

Curtis Stahl, Adam Schwind, and Jerry (a 
volunteer from California) point at Jared 
Evans who fell through a roof while 
working in Pascagoula. Mississippi. 



Remember the Alamo 

Knsta Waltermire pretended to be a 

gunslmger while visiting The Alamo 

in San Antonio, Texas. 



St. Patrick's Day 
on the Beach 

Denck Corrnett and 

Tucker Sears with a 

strange St. Patrick's 

Day man on the 

beach in Daytona. 

FL 



: 'inin^kiJ fi%iiliiii 




Am I that Short? 

\K Kendree Students on Spring 
Break of 1976 enjoying the Eiffel 
Tower 




Painting a Masterpiece 

Sara Johnson and 
Jessalyn Belling went to 
Jamacia and painted the 
outside of a school for 
the children 



Mississippi or Bust 

Mississippi Mission Team: Rev. Tim 

Harrison, Aaron Povolish. Jared Evans, 

Ashley Hayes, Adam Schwind, Ashlee 

Ritchie, Luanna Holper, Ivan Stoyanov, 

Lacey Frerking, Catherine Hamrick, 

Amanda Farrell, Amber Schaffer, Josh 

Pullen, Sudarsun Koirala, Robby 

Campbell, Curtis Stahl, Kurt Hagegeorge, 

and Rob Dillingham, 



ovie Stars? 

att Broaddus, Josh Nimmo, and Trevor Maloch 
weled to become stars. They visited the 
sllywood sign in Los Angeles. 



A Child Again 

Beth Newman spent her break at home, in 

St. Louis, having fun in the park with 

friends. 





Kissed by a Dolphin 

Lindsey Hawkins got up close 
and personal with a dolphin in 
the Bahamas. 



London's Tower Bridge 

During his tour of Europe, Lester 
McQuaid went to London where 
he visited the Tower of London, 
the Tower of London Bridge, 
Buckingham Palace, and 
Piccadilly Circus. 




A European Adventure 

Tammara Gage took an EF College Break tour to 
Amsterdam, Brussels, and Paris She saw Anne Frank's 
House, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and Notre 
Dame 

Jamaican Me Crazy 

Jamaica Trip: Alicia Weiss, Robert Studley, Emily 
Hohl, Megan Barker, Krysti Boden. Jessalyn Belling, 
Leslie Thompson. Sara Johnson. Vonzetta Sykes. and 
Jacob Thornton. ,- 



Defying Gravity 




Discussing the Shuttle Launch 

Kamara Owens (Donna), Devin Dippold 
(Ed), and Sean Henderson (Monet) 
discuss the upcoming launch. 

Reach for the Stars 

Chelsey Wheeler (The Teacher) helps 
Anna Everett (Elizabeth) touch the ceiling 
every night before bed. 



Victorian Theater 

The cast of the play, 
class of 1889. 



The LaiK of Uon.s 



March 30 to April 2, 20(16 the theater 
department presented the drama "Defying 
Gravity" by Jane Anderson. January 28, 
1986 the spaceshuttle Challenger exploded 
73 seconds after takeoff. On hoard the 
Challenger was teacher, Chnsta MeAuliffe. 
The play is seen through the eyes of seven 
individuals touched hy the tragedy. Directo; 
Michelle Magnussen said, "It is an inspiring 
story, one that illuminates the human spirit i 
both tragedy and triumph." 



A Stellar Cast and Crew 

Kayla Miller. Adam Schwind, Anna 
Everett, Kamara Owens, Andrea Knoll, 
Sean Henderson, Eric Sykes, Chelsey 
Wheeler, Jacob Heil, and Devin Dippolc 




Beachcombing 

Sean Henderson (Monet), Andrea Knoll 
(Betty) and Devin Dippold (Ed) search for 
debris after the explosion. 



Remember your Mother 

Sean Henderson (Monet) gives Anna 

Everett (Elizabeth) the Lifesaver candy 

that the Teacher had carried for good 

luck. 



Spring Storm 



Damaging History 

A White Oak tree be] 

be more than 

was brought down by .1 

severe storm that rolled 

through Lebanon <>n May 26, 

2004. 




April 3, 2(IO(i a quickl> moving storm, later identified as .111 
F-1 tornado, swept through Lebanon and the surrounding areas. 
The tornado tore the roof oil oi West apartment 1201, smashed 
ears, and broke numerous trees in halt". First-year student Mandv 
Hmhrieh was inside her ear when a tree lei I on it Other students 
moved to interior halls and basements to wait out the storm 
Thankfully, no one was injured at McKendree. 

The next day. elasses were cancelled while more than 200 
students, faculty, and staff volunteered their time to elean up the 
debris littering campus. President Dennis thanked the volunteers 
saying. "1 thank you for your efforts and quite honestly have 
never felt more proud to be at McKendree than I did as I watched 
you eontribule your time and effort to this task." 



Through the Roof 

Students were evacuated from apartment 1201 after a 
tornado ripped the roof off of the building The residents 
were all safe, but had to be relocated for the rest of the 
semester. 



Timber 

Upper campus had damage to over 50 of the old trees. 
Some of the trees were snapped in half, while others were 
completely uprooted. 




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Putting Those Muscles to Work 

Members of the football team were ready to help clean up the campus. Students. 

faculty, and staff all pitched in to help pick up debris 

Clearing the Way 

First-Year student Alicia Kirchner pulls branches toward the road. 



Distinguished Speakers 



In 1998. George A. McCammon 
established ihe George E. McCammon 
Memorial Distinguished Speaker Series 
at McKendree College with an endowed 
gift in honor of his father. Dr. George E. 
McCammon. Dr. McCammon served as 
a Methodist minister for eighteen years 
before becoming president of 
McKendree College in 1919. Like his 
lather. Mr. McCammon believed that 
significant learning is not limited to the 
classroom. With this gift to McKendree 



in his father's honor, he created a forum 
for the exchange of ideas that occurs 
outside of the classrooms. 

The theme for the 2005-2006 school 
year was "The Fourth Estate: Ethics. 
Responsibility, and Commitment of the 
Media." Notable speakers included 
Marcy McGinnis. Senior Vice President 
of News Coverage at CBS News. 
prize-winning journalist Bob Levey, and 
Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday. 



George A. McCammon 
George A. McCammon. a 1925 
graduate, founded the George E 
McCammon Memorial 
Distinguished Speaker Series. 
Many famous people have visite 
McKendree including Maya 
Angelou, Val Mazzenga, and 
Weisel. 



Distinguished Speakers 

Dr. Gerald Duff presents plaques 
to Bob Levey and Carol Daniel, 
during the February 2, 2006 
Distinguished Speakers series 
presentation. 



Distinsu' 



One Way to Get a Parking Spot 

Award-winning journalist Bob Levey came to 

speak at McKendree and was given what 

every student desires: a close, personalized 

parking space. The talk, given on February 

2, 2006, was entitled: "Ethics in 

Newspapers - Endangered, But Stronger 

Than Ever." 





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News Correspondent Chris Wallace 
was the featured speaker on March 6, 
2006, In the photo above, Dr. Duff 
presents Mr. Wallace a plaque 
commemorating his presentation. 



A Towering Presence 

On October 1 1 , 2005, President 

Dennis introduced Marcy McGinnis, 

Senior VP of News Coverage at CBS 

Television Network to speak on the 

topic: "Can the News REALLY be 

Fair, Accurate and Objective 9 " 




Arts Series 





World 
Renowned 

Michael Lorimer, < 
classical guitarist, 
captivates .1 
McKendree 
audience in 1969 
Lorimer, .1 student 
of Andres Segovia 
displayed his 
musical skill with 
program of musu 
spanning four 
centuries. 



McKendree College's 2005-2006 Fine Arts series has 
allowed students to enjoy the beauty and elegance of music 
from all over the world. With the show-cased musicians 
specializing in a wide variety of instruments, from the 
harpsichord to the piccolo to even the basic cello and piano, the 
Fine Arts series always provided the audience with a 
spectacular performance. The series was made possible highly 
in part by contributions and support from the Illinois' Arts 
Council and the McKendree College Office of Multicultural 
Affairs. Bothwell Chapel and Persons Hall served as the 
venues for the events. Artists included Victor Mendoza, 
harpsichordist Charles Met/., the Bella Voce choir, piccoloist 
and flutist Jan Gippo of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, 
cellist Kangho Lee. and pianist Minyoung Lee. 

Beautiful Voices 

Widely known as 'Chicago's premier chamber choir," 
Bella Voce is famous for their a capella performances 
and recordings of music from various times and places in 
history. 




Virtuoso Vibraphonist 

Victor Mendoza, who performs 
both with a group and as a 
soloist, is one of the world's most 
talented jazz vibraphonists 
composers His visit to 
McKendree in February added to 
his world travel, which included 
performances in London and 
Prague. 

A good "pic" 

The March Fine Arts Series 
concert featured Jan Gippo. 
Known as "Mr. Piccolo," Jan has 
been a member of the Saint Louis 
Symphony for over three decades 
He is also the director of a live 
radio chamber music broadcast 
program. "From the Garden-LIVE!" 



Spring Flin 




Spring Fling was held April 29-30. 
Unfortunately ihc weekend's events had 
Id he held in MPCC due to bad weather. 
Spring Fling, sponsored by CAB. hosted 
variety of activities for students and then 
families. 

On Saturday, activities included a 
mechanical bull, l-shirt stand, tons of 
food, and some popular music. The 
bands that came to McKendree were 
Maggie Speaks from Chicago and the 
Tnppen Billies, a Dave Matthew's cover 
band. The weekend event was finalized 
with an appearance by The Regurgitalor. 
Slevie Starr. Stevie ama/ed the audience 
by swallowing items including 
bulb and a student's ring and regurgitating 
them in perfect condition. 

Music of the Night 

The band Maggie Speaks entertained 
the crowd at Spring Fling. 

Bubbles 

Stevie balances a 

bubble of goo above 

his head. 




Keeping the Tradition Alive 

Spring Fling has been a tradition 
McKendree campus from as far back .1 
1979. 



8 Seconds 

Sophmore Adam Schwind tries his hand 
at riding the mechanical bull 



No Not There! 

Performer Stevie Star regurgitates sugar into Lindsay 
Amerson's hand. 



Eat, Eat, Eat 

Adam Schwind. Rick 
Fagan, and Sudarsun 
Koirala race each other 
to see who can finish a 
cream pie first 



Trippen 1 Billies 

Dave Matthew's cover 
band, the Trippen' Billies 
took the stage Saturday 
night 




Upward Bound 

This future McKendrean shows off 
her climbing skills on the inflatables 



Do I Have to Help? 

Michael Bernhardy helps Stevie Star during his reguntation act 



Baccalaureate 



Baccalaureate was held Friday. 
May 12 al 10:30 A.M. in MPCC. At 
Baccalaureate, graduates are 
presented with colored hoods that 
correspond to their degrees. Provost 
Dr. Gerald Duff formally hooded the 
soon-to-be graduates and offered his 
congratulations. Rev. Dr. Beverly 
Wilkes was the speaker with the 
message. "Invest Yourself." 



This Little Light of Mine 

Sophomores Jared Evans and 

Sarah Haas served as acolytes for 

this year's ceremony. 

Kodak Moment 

These graduates 

pose with their 

hoods before 

Baccalaureate. 



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Processional 

The Class of 2006 processes in with their hoods over their left arms. 




Special Moments 

A group of senior 

girls en|oy some 

of their last 

moments together 

at McKendree 



Congratulations! 

College Provost Dr. Gerald Duff presents Leslie 
Gummersheimer with her hood. 



One Step Closer 

The Class of 2006 is recognized after recieving 
their hoods. 



Senior Luncheon 





Order's Up! 

Faculty and staff pose before 
serving the seniors and their 
family and friends. 

Thank You! 

Sara Rubenacker and nurse Mary 
Frances Daylor reminisce about 
Sara's four years at McKendree 




Seniors and their family and friends are 
invited to lunch after Baccalaureate. The 
McKendree faculty and staff serve the 
students and their guests. The senior class 
gift committee presented Dr. Dennis with a 
check for $3,050.73 from the senior class. 



Check In Hand 

The Class of 
1999 presents 
President 
Dennis with 
their Senior 
Gift check. 



Time to Celebrate! 

Erin Nordmann and her family enjoy the lunch served by McK faculty 
and staff. 




Party Time! 

Monica Todich and Curtis Stahl en|oy lunch after 
Baccalaureate. 

Dessert first? 

Barbie Klaus shows off the dessert created 
especially for the McKendree Class of 2006 



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Check Is In The Mail 

Sami Harnss and Sara 
Rubenacker present 
President Dennis with the 
Senior Class Gift 

Do I Get Tips for This? 

Peter Palermo volunteers 
his time to help serve lunch 
to the Class of 2006. 

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Commencement 



The 166th Commencement of McKendree College was held on May 13, 
2006. The Class of 2006 included 537 graduates, including 30 master's 
degrees, 484 bachelor's degrees, and 23 associate's degrees. Of these 
graduates, more than 140 graduated with honors, 22 Summa Cum Laude, 
66 Magna Cum Laude, and 55 Cum Laude, General Norton A, Schwartz, 
commander of the U.S. Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base, 
was the commencement speaker. At the Ceremony, Alumni Director, Jeff 
Campbell '87. presented Dr, Frank Spreng, professor of economics, with 
the William Norman Grandy Faculty Award. The award's criteria includes a 
personal commitment to the student body, a commitment to the ideals of 
the college as evidenced by a working rapport with faculty peers and 
administrators, and an awareness of and participation in the community that 
McKendree College serves. Jeff Campbell also inducted the Class of 2006 
into the Alumni Association. President James Dennis awarded Dr. Phil 
Neale, retiring professor of philosophy, professor emeritus status for his 
years of service to McKendree College The Technos International Award 
was presented to Rebecca Tadlock. This award is given each year to a 
McKendree College senior who has demonstrated leadership, outstanding 
academic achievement, and a commitment to promoting international 
understanding. 



Almost There 

Amanda Dotson and Ashley Ford wait in line to walk 
across the stage and be presented with their diplomas. 




Leading the Pack 

Bagpipers Rick Fagan '08 and Tom 
Ogilvy and drummer Michael Beall led the 
lines of students 



Mother and Daughter 

Vicki Obermann presented her 

daughter, Enka Obermann, with her 

diploma. 




They're Out! 

Abbey Smith and Troy Fuchs pose for 
pictures in their caps and gowns. 

We Honor You 

Dr. James Dennis awarded Dr. 

Phil Neale, retiring professor of 

philosophy, professor emeritus 

26 status. 





Four Years and I'm Still Waiting! 

Students look on as thier friends walk across the stage and are presented 
their diplomas. 



The Class of 2006 





Mace Bearer Choir 

Kyle Eversgerd carried the mace for the Under ,he direction of Dr Nancy 
ceremony. Ympa, the Concert Choir sang a 

selection of songs and hymns at the 

ceremony. 
Ready? 

Tnssa Graham, Daryle Jones, Beronte Grayson, Mary Kane, and Emily Kmgsley 
wait for their turn to receive their diplomas. 

Friends Forever 

Emily Carroll, Brooke 
VanDoren, and 
Wendy Bradley pose 
for pictures after 
Graduation. 




Congratulations! 

Dr. James Dennis presents Adam 
Biggs with his diploma during the 
Commencement Ceremony 



Patience is a Virtue 

Drew Gericke. Catherine Graham, Leslie 
Gummersheimer, and Devm Haertling are 
waiting for their classmates to receive 
their diplomas. 



McKendree' s Campus 



Throughout its 178 year history, 
McKendree College has grow n and 
changed numerous times. The most recent 
change has been the construction of the 
Russell E. and Fern M Hettenhausen 
Center lor the Arts. Ground was broken on 
Nov. 10, 2(104 on what was then Hypes 
Field. The foundation was poured, the steel 
beams erected and walls went up 
surprisingly last. By the end of the 
academic year, finishing touches inside 
and a parking lot were the only items to be 
completed. 



Bothwell Chapel 

Bolhwell Chapel, built in 1856, houses 
one of the oldest bells in the United 



PAC 

The Marion K. Piper Academic 

Center, one of the newest buildings 

on campus, was built in 2000. 

Centennial Gate 

During Commencement ceremonies, 
graduates process through 
Centennial Gate toward upper 
campus. 










Meet Me at The Hett 

"The Hett" Nears completion. Grand 
Opening is scheduled for November, 2006. 




Bearcat Gymnasium 

Built in 1959, the Bearcat 
Gymnasium replaced the outdated 
Eisenmayer Gymnasium. The new 
gym housed a playing floor of SO 1 by 
or made of the very best maple. 
Since then, the Bearcat Gymnasium 
has been replaced by the Melvin 
1'iu e < onvocation Center. 




Stevenson House 

Stevenson House, home of McKendree 
College president. Dr. James M. Dennis, 
was built in 1837. It is on the National 
Register of Historic Buildings. 

Holman Library 

Holman Library, replaced Benson Wood 

Library in 1970. It houses a stained 

glass window of Bishop William 

McKendree. 



Downtown Lebanon 



TheCitj oi Lebanon, founded in 1804. is 24 
our beloved college. The current population is 3,700. 
Downtown Lebanon may he smaller than most communities in 
winch we were raised, or perhaps even larger than some of our 
home towns. Regardless ol the si/c ol our individual home 
towns. Lebanon is "home" foi nine months ol the year. The 
establishments and om patronage ol those establishments make- 
up a small piece of the college experience. We shared a lot ol 
good food, fun and memories at many of these locatii 
Whether we spent time at Dr Jazz over ice cream and burgers 
or Schiappa's lor pizza, we will recall the fun we had with 
Iriends and classmates. Some of us enjoyed meeting Inends lor 
refreshments at Ron's or Brewer's. As we return years from 
now, we will look back londk at these establishments and the 
memories created within. 




Faces of McKendree 




McKendree students do some unusual, strange, funny a 
occasionally, some normal things. Here are some of th> 
eaptured in their best, wildest, and craziest moments. 



Do You Love McK? 

Robert Campbell '61 and Jackie Johnson '60 show thei 
love for McKendree in this photo from 1959. 



Greeks, Honor Societies, 
and Organizations 




ancing Divas 

rica Seibel and Dr. Alan Alewine have fun dancing 
the KET formal at the Falls. 



Cool Cats 

Many groups have come and gone, but the 
select few have endured at McKendree In 
1970 a small group of African American 
students participated in a group similar to 
today's BSO. 



Bearcat Band 

The Marching Bearcat Band had several 
amazing shows this year. Here they are 
marching toward Leemon Field to play during a 
Football Game. 



Newman Catholic Ministries 



With the largest religious affiliation on campus, Newman Ministries was set U] 
at McKendree to meet the needs of Catholic students. The organization is named 
after Cardinal John Newman who began the first college ministry in the Catholic 
Church. The group regularly met this past year on Wednesday nights to discuss a 
certain topic or to address issues in individual lives. Some topics for Newman 
Nights were "Unlocking the Moral World of Harry Potter," "Sit. Kneel, or Stand. 
What the Heck are we Doing'?," and others. Newman Ministries also sponsored 
two service projects in Lebanon. Once a month, Mass was held at Bothwell 
Chapel and usually had around 20 people in attendance- 
Catholicism 101 

Students and faculty listen attentatively to Catholic Campus Minister 
Heather Gordon's presentation "Top 10 Myths About Catholicism." 



United By Faith 

Some of the regulars at Newman meetings are: Tina Napper, Sarah Haas, Jason 
Ayran, Heather Gordon (Catholic Campus Minister), Stephen Kissel, and Jason 
Luitjohan. 

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Gathered Around the Table 

Sophomores Tina Napper and Sarah Haas, Southwestern Illinois 
College Freshman Beth Trame, and Fr. Jerome Hartlein from Mascoutah 
en]oy a home cooked meal as part of the spring retreat. 



Campus Ministries 




eking Back & Relaxing 

group of students enjoy a cup of coffee 
d the talents of McKendree students at the 
;t of the Campus Ministry Coffee Houses. 



Music Men 

Junior Brian Kloppenburg and sophomore 

Jared Evans regular/ play at the coffee house 

events during the spring semester. 




Christian Fellowship 

The campus Christian Fello 
aondenominational n rc> up. 
trip to Farmington, \M ove 
in 1993. 



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Leading the Way 

Senior Chris Komorech and Sophomore Jared 

Evans help lead the Chapel Service on January 

25. Chapel Services were changed to Thursday 

nights during the spring semester 



Campus Ministries, a student driven Christian-oriented group 
led hy Rev. Tim Harrison, Focuses on spiritual development and 
growth and is open to .ill students, faculty, and staff of" any faith 
Throughout the year Campus Ministries, and associated groups 
such as the Newman group and FCA encourage student 
involvement in various activities such as volunteer work locall) 
and globallj and involvement in men's bible study, women's 
bible study, chapel service, co-ed bible study, and attend 
fellowship events such as Summer Jam and the occasional Coffee 
House. Campus Ministries also has an annual Mission Trip. 
which involves students, alumni and people of the local 
community traveling to such places as Mexico and Pascagoula, 
MS where they become involved with helping people in need, 
along with fellowshipping and leaning about the culture. 



Friends Are Friends Forever 

Chapel regulars include: CJ Dulaney, Aaron Povolish. 
Monica Todich, Allison Witt. Chris Komorech, Jeremy 
Schofield Jake Heil, Josh Pullen. Jared Evans, Sarah Haas, 
and Curtis Stahl 




Lights, Camera, Sound! 

First-year student Jeremy Schofield helps run the sound 
board, projector, and other technologies needed during, 
Chapel Services. 



College Democrats and Debate Team 



The College Democrats are a fairly recent 
addition to the college campus Hounded in the last 
year in the wake of the presidential election, the 
group advocates for the Democratic position. With 
political tensions rising over the past few years, 
those in the minority on campus and in the nation, 
feel the need to hand together to forward their 



The debate and individual events team has had 
much success over the last year. McKendree took 
first place in debate sweepstakes at Central 
Missouri State, defeating rival schools Western 
Kentucky University and the University of 
Missouri Team captains Mark Wonnacott and Erin 
Conner have consistently placed highly in 
Lincoln-Douglas debate and individual events, 
respectively. Two novice teams. Kristie Manning 
and Nell Novara as well as Maggie Baldwin and 
Courtney Logan, have each won a tournament while 
going undefeated. Overall, the number of teams 
advancing tit final rounds in tournaments this year 
has doubled over the previous year. Coach Joe 
Blasdel, who is proud of this year's 
accomplishments, adds "this has been a tremendous 
year for the debate and individual events team. 
With talented students and a lot of hard work this 
year, we have become one of the top teams in the 
Midwest." 



3's a Crowd 

Steve Loftus, Paul Woodruff, and Mark 
Wonnacott pose after a winning round 



Old-Fashioned Debate 

The 1941 McKendree 
Debate Team practices 
their arguments. 



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College Democrats 

Jayme Blandford, Joe Geimer, Jason Finley, Sarah Gross. Michael Knobeloch, Brandon Adair. Erin Conner 



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2s Company 

Sami Leonard and Erin Conner pose with their 
well-deserved trophy. 




The Award-Winning Debate Team 

Paul Woodruff. Erin Conner, Coach Joe Blasdel. Courtney Logan. Ashley Dunning, Nell Novara, John Brown. 
Sami Leonard, Joshua Johnson, Kristie Manning, and Becky Lindstrom. 



Residence Life 




elcome to the Fabulous ISRAA 

inna Huelsman, Katie Sledge, Jason Ayran, Andrea Knoll, Rachel Bryant, Andres 
arquez, Andrea Hawkins, Adrian Jones, Jason Lheureux, and Jessalyn Belling attended 
e Illinois State Resident Assistant Association conference at Eastern llhonis University. 



ResLife, headed b> Jodi Beny, is made 
up of student leaders who live on campus 
in the dorms, suites, or apartments. The 
role ol this position is to help new students 
wiih their transition to living on campus, 
and to create a positive atmosphere for all 
residents. All of the ResLife staff is 
required to develop programs and 
activities for the floor community. Their 
role as a student leader is to he responsible 
for helping and assisting with any 
conflicts or problems among the residents 
The ResLife staff assists in making 
McKcndree a safer environment to live in 
by doing nightly rounds in the buildings 
and creating monthly health and safety 
checks. 

Resident Representatives 

Joe Bendoraitis. Sudarsun Koirala, 
Katie Sledge. Gwen Stokes, Leslie 
Gummersheimer, Erica Carney, Jason 
Ayran, Adrian Jones, Andrea Hawkins, 
Michael Prince. Jared Evans, Monet 
Sanders, Jenna Huelsman, Rachael 
Ostertag, Jason Lheureux, Phillip Neal, 
Brian Schoenherr, Andres Marquez, 
Khahlah Graham-Hyatt, and Jantzen 
Eddington. 



She's Not Your Mother 

ResLife was not around in 1915, so dorm mothers looked 
after the residents of Clark and Carnegie Halls. 




ie West Side 

:Kendree West RA's are Andrea Knoll, Gwen Stokes, 
illilyah Graham-Hyatt, Joe Bendonatis, Andrea Hawkins 
ica Carney, and Adrian Jones. 



Student Government Association 



The Student Go\emment Association is an 
elected body of student representatives. Officers and 
class representatives are elected each spring 
semester. SGA is responsible for representing the 
student opinion to the administration of the college. 
In addition. SGA appoints students to several 
campus committees, distributes funds to selected 
sludent groups, and works for the well being of 
students within the campus community. The group 
also holds fundraising events such as [he annual Date 
Auction. Al the Date Auction students have the 
opportunity to bid on a date with an SGA member. 
The highest bidder gets a date consisting of dinner 
and a movie. 



SGA 

Amber Schafer, Rachel Petrus. Sara 

Rubenacker. Deidra Thomas. Mike Schneider, 

Danielle Morlan, dacob Thornton, Stephanie 

Robbins, Zane Belden, Kellie Persons, Laxman 

Pandey, daRon Dent, Amanda Klaus, Katie 

Hubbard, Jason Ayran, Ivan Stoyanov, Donnie 

Patterson, Andrea Tardmo, Jon Brown, Erin 

Conner, Courtney Logan, Jon Turski, and Emily 

Gavilsky 



Silent Auction 

Amanda Klaus 

checks on the 

progress of the silent 

auction bids. 




Student Gov< 

Student government is not a new concept In 1941, a 
pane] of students worked closely with the administration t 
advocate student concerns. 



Got a Date? 

Eric Palm walks happily away with his date 



Denise Adams 



Stop in the Name of the Law 

Mike Schneider flashes his badge at the date 
auction. 



Center for Public Service and Rotaract 




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George Gladis, Eric Barger, Rachael Remagan, 
Bobby Andrews, Dr. Lyn Huxford, Knsta Waltermire. 
Kelly Frawley, Kan Jennings, Lauren Fnzzo. Jacob 
Thornton. Lindsay Robertson. Stephen Kissel, 
Amber Schafer, Eric Owens, Ashley McRaven. 
Jesse Gibbs, and Melissa Cook. 



The Center for Public Service is a 
student run service organization. The 
goals of CPS are to contribute to the 
intellectual development, sense of 
social responsibility, and active 
citizenship of students through service. 
This year. McKendree students 
volunteered their time at the Highland 
Animal Shelter, Bohannon Nursing 
Home, Second Chance homeless 
shelter, and many other places. CPS 
worked in conjuction with Lebanon 
grade school to collect canned goods 
for the Keinslein Challenge. 



Homeless for a Night 

McKendree students experienced sleeping out in the 
cold without food during Homelessness and Hunger 
Week sponsored by CPS. 



otaract 

ara Patterson, Tiffamy Galeaz, Brook Enyart. Amber Jackson, Lauren 
sttenhausen, Rebekah Amann, Matt Broaddus, Jason Ayran, Ivan 
oyanov, Kan Jennings, JaRon Dent, and Chris Andrews 




Rotaract is a 
Rotary-sponsored group 
for men and women 
age- 18 to 30, There 
are more than 7,600 
Rotaract Clubs in 158 
countries. Through 
Rotaract. McKendree 
students not onlj 
enhance their own 
know kdge but also 
address the needs of 
their communities w hile 
promoting international 
understanding and 
peace through service. 



Trick or Treat 

Members of the Rotaract Club carved pumpkins for Lebanon 
Grade School. Nursing Home, and Dr Dennis 



Philosophy Club and 
Psychology Club 



This year at McKendrec an old flame was rekindled in the 
form of the Philosophy Club. Though an active organization at 
one time, the Philosophy Club's activity had dwindled in 
previous years. However, with the advent of the 2005-2(106 
school year, philosophy scholars Laura Muller and Christopher 
Ridenour, with the help of other interested students and Dr. 
Neale. revitalized the club's existence. Twice each month, 
members gathered to philosophize. At each meeting, there was 
a topic of the night, such as the United States Constitution and 
the Stages of Metamorphosis, where discussion began. 
Freshman Ivan Stoyanov, an exchange student from Bulgaria, 
presented his own theory on mediocrity. Usually the group met 
in the Carnegie Lounge, but occasionally had outings to various 
locations to philosophize. 



Philosophers 

Laura Mueller. Aaron Rogier, Derek Wilson, Dr. Philip 
Neale, and Christopher Ridenour 





Psychedelic Psychology 

The Psychology Club enjoyed gathering on camp 
1971. 



The Psychology Club, which consists of mainly hehav 
science students, provides an opportunity for interested 
scholars to gain more of an understanding of psychology. 
Advisors, Dr. Murella Bosse and Dr. Tami Eggleston, disc 
with students the useful features of professions in the area of 
psychology. At meetings, club members participated in 
discussions and demonstrations. 



Psychologists 

Rebecca Tadlock, Kristin Pankey, Michael 

Knobeloch, Nicole Kirk, Brittany Zahn, Angela 

Wilson. Adam Biggs and Shirley Woods. 



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Literary Interest Society 



ivial Pursuit 

'ior to the trivia night fundraiser, hosted by 
S, Advisor Professor McClintock and 
•esident Lizz Gloeckner set up the prize 
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In addition to advising, Dr Greenfield 
competed on the Honors team in the 
Trivia contest 





The Literary Interest Society of McKendree College is an organization lor 
Students who enjoy literature and writing. The group's main focus is 
lundraising for the English department's annual Chicago trip, which consists 
of a weekend of Shakespeare performances and sightseeing activities. 
Fundraising activities this year have included holiday gift wrapping, a hook 
sale, literary trivia night, and Chevy's restaurant nights The current LIS 
president is Liz/ Gloeckner and faculty advisors are Dr. Michael McClintock 
and Dr. John Greenfield The overall goal of LIS is to provide an opportunity 
for English majors and students from other disciplines to discuss, enjoy, and 
study all forms of literature and writing expression. In that vein. LIS has 
hosted two outdoor readings: one general and one specifically focused on 
Shakespeare on his birthday. 



Literary Personages 

Professor Michael McClintock, Lizz Gloeckner, Joshua Hollmgsead, 

Kahla Thornton, Nell Novara. Dr. John Greenfield, and Yasanne 

Garrett. 

Kindergarten Revisited- Story Hour at MCK 

Professor McClintock, Yasanne Garrett, Sudarsun Koirala, and Jayme 

Blandford listen as Lizz Gloeckner reads a poem. 








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An Archaic Literary Society 

The Plutonian Literary society, founded in lsi'i, is shown in this picture included in 
the 1905 McKendrean. Plato is now defunct, but it along with Philo and Clio, the 
oldest groups on campus, began as literary societies, like the current LIS. 




An Engrossed Reader 

Sarah Robinson searches for burned treasure at the LIS booksale 



Fellowship of Christian 

Athletes and 
Student Ambassadors 



"Fun, food and fellowship" was the theme of the FCA e-mail one would 
find in their inbox every Monday morning. Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes is a student led relational outreach for athletes who want to know 
how God and athletics mix. The group met every Tuesday night in Upper 
Deneen to play games and dig into the Bible and its lessons for life. 
Although athlete focused, the group invited anyone to participate. 

The groups were led by 4 huddle leaders: Tim Nagel, Rachael Reed. 
Katie Hubbard, and Mike Cheesman. This past year the group's events 
included games nights, attending FCA night at the ballpark, and helping out 
at local high school FCA's. Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a gi 
organization and this year's huddle leaders saw an average of 2( l-2. J 
students a maht. 



Fellowship & Faith: The Perfect Mix 

Tim Nagel, Katie Hubbard, Rachel Reed, Julie Garrison, Tnssa Graham, Emily Gavilsky. 
Jessica McDonald, Nikki Morland, Catherine Hamrick, Alex Gallie, Rachel Clark, Lynelle 
Smith, Adam Connor, Devm McQuilhan, Mike Cheesman, Thomas Rose, and Joe 
Dickman. 




Y.M.C.A. 

The Y.M.C.A. was not your local fitness dun in 1939. I h 
Y.M.C.A. was a religious group for men on campus. The 
organization was formed to more adequately meet the 
religious and social needs of men. 




The Out-State Club 

The Out-Mate Club of 1937 was comprised of McKendree 

students that introduced the campus and helped students 
from other states adjust to McKendree life. 



Student ambassadors probably know more about the McKendree 
campus then most other people. This group of students spends much of 
their free lime and many Saturday mornings showing the McKendree 
campus off io prospective students In order to provide a positive 
atmosphere for incoming students, the ambassadors often gel together lor 
many social events throughout the school year Admissions counselor 
Josie O'Rourke oversees the student ambassadors. 




Tour Guides 

Lauren Frizzo, Allison Ganschinietz, Holley Gain, Erin Thoman, Jason Ayran, David 
Cathn, Megan Barker, Kara Ellis, Sami Leonard, Donny Petterson, Laura Winkler, Jenny 
Mennenck, Amy Baumgart, Erin Coble, Robby Campbell, Kara Patterson, Adam Buehne, 
Ashley McRaven, Samantha Quick, Krissy Hackstadt, Lisa Koerkenmeier, Becky 
Lindstrom, Allison Salvato, Stephanie Hall, Josie Wiegel, Emily Gavilsky, and Mandy 
Graves 



The Montage and 
The McKendree Review 



A montage is a form of art consisting oi a 

umber of smaller items put together - 
lerefore a lining name for the small literary 
nil art magazine showcasing the talents of 
ie student body in creative writing and art. 
he ninth volume of "The Montage" came 
ut in the Spring of 2006. The co-editors of 
:he Montage" were Joshua Hollingsead and 
lell Novara. They were assisted greatly by 
lculty advisor Dr. Jenny Mueller, and the 
jadersJayme Blandlord, Kelly Paproth, 
}lene Fisher, and Li// Gloeckner. 

Faculty judges. Professor Stacey-Doyle 
ir the short fiction and poetry and Professor 
Winger for the artwork, chose the besi 
rtwork. poetry, and short fiction. Lizz 
floeckner's photograph "Chicago Train" 
ad short story "Hero's Nothing" were both 
tiosen along with Kellv Boxforder's poem 
ride." 



Type'-setters 

A picture of "The 
McKendree Review" 
staff from 1941. The 
Review was first 
published in 1921 and 
sparked a Press Club 
in 1923. 



Putting Together 

The co-editors of the 2006 "Montage", Joshua 
Hollingsead and Nell Novara 



Not One . . . 

Lon Autenneb. co-editor of "The McKendree Review ' 





Writers Come in Assorted Sizes! 

'riters for the McKendree Review Barbi 
id A. in in Bond. 



( lr\ zmala, Erin Fry, kdk 



But Two Editors 

Jolene Fisher, co-editor of "The McKendree Review" 

"The McKendree Review" has undergone many changes in 
lis long history "The Review" began on November 15, 1921. 
Ii was discontinued in 14711 for its disestablishment message 
Upon Us replacement, it again became a staple of campus life. 
"The Muck-U" as it has affectionately been called arrives 
every couple of weeks, being slid under our doors, placed in 
the lounges, ouisidt? classrooms, etc. The recenl major 
improvements made in the revered paper have not been able to 
address the seeming apathy on camus. Journalism professor 
Gabe Shapior was the Advisor for the 2005-2006 school year 
Hie paper was headed up by co-editors Jolene Fisher and Lon 
Autenrieb. Cat dry/mala served as Entertainment Editor 
while Kellen Hill was Sports Editor. Staff writers include 
Erica Merlcnhach. DaVett Jones, Sara A. Haefner. Barbie 
Klaus. Kumud Bhandari, Emily Gavilsky. Erin Fry, Yasannc 
Garrett, Joe Witthaus Shaheera Bhutto. Hailee Rummerfield, 
Aaron Bond, Aaron Breitbarlh. and Ivan Stoyanov, James 
Cole. Dennice Niblett, and Ashley McRaven served as 
"Review" photographers 



Yearbook Staff 



The yearbook, The McKendrean, 
has an impressive history at 
McKendree. Formerly known as the 
Pigskin. McKendree's yearbook 
archives date back to 1900 Within 
that time span there were only a coup] 
years that the yearbook was not 
produced, 

The goals of the yearbook stall are 
to document the happings of the 
current year at McKendree through 
photographs. The staff not only 
worked hard on workdays, but enjoyei 
each others company during se> 
panics throughout the year. 



The McKendrean Yearbook Staff 

Beth Newman, Adrian Jones, Sami 

Harriss, Josh Hollingsead. James 

Cole. Lauren Hettenhausen, Jeff 

Campbell (Advisor), Gretchen 

Ulferts. Chris Andrews. 

Not pictured: Tina Napper. 

Dani-Lyn Loucks, Sabrina Whitt. 

Erin Conner, Sarah Haas 




Homecoming 
Preparations 

Beth Newman works 
on the Yearbook 
Staff's entry in the 
Homecoming parade 



Annual Affair 

rhe yearbook staff of 1941 bard at 
computers, the) had to do all the pi 
layout, and articles by hand 



Details, Details, Details 

Sami Harriss. Editor, gives instruction to Chris Andrews and Beth 
Newman on upcoming photo opportunities for the week 



ACME and the 
McKendree Historical Society 



CMEmbers 

an McDaniel, Brent Tebbe. Christina Napper. James Cole. Deborah Schlau. 
eanna Gnaedinger, and CJ Dulaney. 




storians 

itahe Schuster, Andrea Hawkins, Rebekah Amann, Jamie Stephens, 
iristina DeBoer, Brandon Adair, Dr. Irwin Halfond, Adam Biggs, Dr, Pat Folk, 
d Joshua Hollingsead. 



ACME was founded .1 few scats ago .11 McKendree. The group holds that it is a 
group for Anime, Cartoon. Comic. Manga land Gaming) enthusiasts. The group held 
meetings this year once a week to play \ ideo games or watch anime and other 
cartoons ACME has hosted 24 on campus before, and in the Fall of 2006 plans to 
help Librarian Bill Harroff with 15 - a celebration of Japanese culture. 




A Related Precursor 

ACME has not been the only group of its type on campus A now defunct 
game dub, shown 111 the photograph from 1998, existed once upon a 
time With the major emphasis , >n video and board games. ACME 
members would probably Find friends among these older gamers. 




Will the South Rise Again? 

The McKendree Historical soc 

a lew years, .is seen in the pin 
were employed in realistic bat 



v sponsored a (aval War Keenactnient for 
'graph trom 1WS Canon and gunpowder 
■charges 



The McKendree Historical Society started in the 1980s, but History Clubs have 
come and gone before on campus. For the third year in the row. the planned trip fell 
through. The joint Historical Society and Phi Alpha Then picnic was cancelled on 
account of stormy weather The group met once a week to discuss and set an agenda 
Movies depicting historical events and figures were watched on a regular basis, and 
the group did take a trip to the St. Louis City Museum right before finals week 



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Campus Activities Board 



The Campus Activ ities Board is a 
student-run volunteer organization. 
CAB consists oi several committees, 
which allow students to network in 
the job community while gaining 
experience in leadership, 
programming, and team creativity . 
The group plans activities and events 
lor both the campus and community, 
such as Open Mic Night, Teach Me 
Tuesdays. Laughter at Hall Alter, 
Coffee Houses. Family Fall weekend 
Homecoming, and Spring Fling- 
Through these activities. CAB helps 
foster McKendree spirit throughout 
the Lebanon eommunitv. 



Men of Honor 

At one Open Mic Night, Baker 2nd 

Boys- Robby Campbell, Alex 

Bigley. Jeremy Schofield and Joe 

Giemer sang an acappela song. 




Dance with Me 

Sudarsun Koirala learns to dance with Rebekah Diers during Teach 
Me Tuesday. 




Living World Tney Lo ve What They Do 

A trip to the St. Louis Zoo is one of many CAB members have their photo taken with 

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Late Night Coffee House 

Ellery is an upcoming star along with her husband who 
has a beautiful voice 

CAB 

Erin Thoman. Tina Napper, Adam Schwind. 

Sudarson Koirala. Beth Newman, Amy Baumgart. 

Brittany Jackson, Lindsey Hawkins, Emily Hohl. 

Kiesh Howard. Courtney Pike, Adrian Jones, James 

Cole, Craig Robertson, Lester McQuaid, Tammara 

,, Gage, Rebekah Diers, and Trenetia Young. 







Entertainment 

wasn't called 
CAB, but in 1924 
this group ..I 
students helped 
coordinate 
activities at 
McKendree 



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Jump 

Erica Seible and Mary Henderson |ump rope for the Money Tree 
Gameshow The Money Tree Gameshow gave students an 
opportunity to win money by performing certain tasks 



This Christmas 

Chapter 6 is an acapella group that performs Christmas carols, 
along with other acapella songs Members of Chapter 6 are Luke 
Menard, Nathan Pufall, AD Stonecipher, Jarrett Johnson, Chuck 
Bosworth. Mark Gizzard, and John Musick. 




eal Hip Hop 

raig Robertson shakes hands with 
huck D the founder of Public 
nemy 



Boston. MA 

Craig Robertson, Emily Hohl, Lester McQuaid, Erin Thoman. Adrian Jones, 
and Amy Baumgart went to Boston to attend National Association of Campus 
Activities conference. 



I Have A Dream. Part I 

Adrian Jones shaking hands with Martin 
Luther King III. 



Mentoring Program 



The Mentoring Program is designed 
to give McKendree students service 
opportunities while helping local school 
children obtain academic support 
outside the classroom. The Mentoring 
Program has been in existence for 
several years. Student Mentors earn 
service hours while gaining teaching 
and interpersonal skills. Many former 
mentors have commented about how 
much being a mentor changed their 
lives 




Students and Their Mentors 

Alicia Weiss, Alexis Deets, Lynelle 

Smith. Ashley McRaven, and Chris 

Ridenour pose with their mentees 

before their session. 



Bowling 

Alexis Deets, Alicia 

Weiss. Rachael 

Remagen, Lynelle 

Smith, and Chris 

Ridenour take their 

students to St. Clair 

Bowl. 



Sack Racing 

McKendree College 
students have sack 
races with their Lebanon 
Grade School students. 



Invested 

Alexis Deets, Lynelle Smith, Rachael Remagen, and Alicia Weiss are four McKendree 
students who use their time to be mentors. 



Concert Choir and Cantori 




Concert Choir 

Catherine Gryzmala, Kim Tullock, Allison Witt, Beth 
Newman, Holley Gain, Anna Everett, Heather Fouts, 
DeAnna Baker, Lan Sin Lim, Victoria Galle, Mary 
Kane. Emily Gonzalez. Allison Stout, Gwen Stokes, 
Heather Belmonte, Stephanie Hall, Katie Cole, 
Crystal Cole, Renee Packard, Clare Willman, 
Bethany Hubbard, Lakettra Bennett, Tabitha Bennett, 
Allison Ganschinietz, Michelle Kadonsky, Danielle 
Kruep. Dana Miller. Telena Wheehngton, Erica Miller, 
Rachel Bryant, Dr Nancy Ympa, Christina DeBoer, 
Tabitha Touchette, Meagan Buchheim. Kayla Miller, 
Amanda Farrell. Erin Conner, Jill Fortner, Matthew 
Kupferer, Nathan Harris. Mark Wonnacott. Devm 
Dippold. Ben Schloesser, Brent Tebbe, Travis 
Rosenthal. Mark Oroyan. Jamie Stephens, Michael 
Thigpen. David Anderson. Robby Campbell, Jason 
Finley. Eric Sykes, Zach Rakers, and Brian 
Kloppenburg Not Pictured are Jared Evans, Bethany 
Harry, and Jenna Strieker. 



McKendree's choirs proved to several audiences that 
they truely have hearts lor music. This year. Concert 
Choir and Cantori were under the direction of Dr Nancy 
Ympa. Mckendree Concert Choir performed three 
manalous concerts. In the Fall, they sang for Fall Family 
Weekend and amazed their audience at the Christmas 
Conceit In the Spring, the audience was blown away 
with selections from Wicked. Phantom of the Opera, Les 
Miserahles. Bngadoon, Show Boat, and other musicals. 
The concert also included solos from some of the 
musicals Concert Choir members also sing for students 
leaving Mckendree at Graduation. Cantori performed 
several conceits as well. In the Spring, the\ performed 
Madrigals ol the f'asi and Present 




:antori 

.mber Harris. Catherine Gryzmala, Jamie Stephens, DeAnna Baker, Bethany Harry. Holley Gain, 
.nna Everett. Dr, Nancy Ympa, Eric Sykes, Ryan Wisnaski, Jason Finley, Brent Tebbe. and Mark 
i/onnacott 



Popular 

Rachel Bryant sings her solo in the Spring Choir 
Concert Broadway was the theme and her song was 
Popular from the Broadway musical Wicked. 



Bearcat Bands 



David Boggs, Director of Bands has 

assembled an outstanding group of 
musicians. The bands perform 
pre-game and half-time shows for .ill 
home football games as well as Men's 
and Women's basketball games. In 
addition the bands perform concerts, 
recitals and other special events. One 
ol those special events was new this 
year - a "Big Band" concert. Alumni 
and friends enjoyed the familiar tunes 
of Count Basie, Tommy Dorses and 
Mitch Miller. The band program has 
steadily grown in the past lew years 
and has added a new dimension to the 



Bearcat Pride 

The band shows thier spirit with 
"Big Tree. Little Tree " 



Incredible Friends 

Amanda Farrell and Jessalyn Belling 
can't contain their excitement prior to 
performing "The Incredibles." 




Thank You, Well Be Here All Week! 

Brian Kloppenburg and Dustin Sholtes prove 
that trumpet players and drummers should 
never be given a microphone! 



I Have a Tuba and I'm Not Afraid ^< 

To Play It! I 

Mary Mclntyre shows that flute I 

players can learn to play the tuba I 




r the Kiddies 

e Kids Concert features 
ildren's music. 



Accompaniment 

Mallory Mora sings a 

beautiful tune with the 

combo during the Big Band 

concert April 8, 2006 



Inter-Greek Council: Greek Week 



The Inter-Greek Council is an organization open to the 
chartered Greek groups on campus. The council meets throughout 
the year and promotes the unity of the Greek organizations. 

One event that the Greek Council hosts is Greek Week. 
During Greek Week, students have the opportunity to find out 
what Greek organizations are about. Each Greek organization has 
a "Speak with the Greeks" session where students can ask 
questions and hang out. The Greeks hosted other activities during 
the week such as the Kegger in the Quad and Greek Bowling. 



Greeks Galore 

Like today, in 1976 the- Greeks got together to show off 
their letters and colors. 



Greek Council 

dantzen Eddington, damie Paluczak, Amber dackson, damie Graham, and Sean Martin were a fev 
of the people that represented their Greek organizations on the Greek Council. 




Alpha Omega Ladies 

Katie Wisnasky, Rachel Bailey, Cassie Leonard and 

Rebekah Amann arrive at the Kegger in the Quad during 

Greek Week. 




Cliontans 

Clio sisters Mallory Mora and Mallory 
Pritchard having fun. 



What's That? 

Sigma Nu brother Lester McQuaid 
fills up his cup at the Kegger in the 
Quad. 



Its All Greek to Me 

Sigma Nu member dohn Dawson 
talks with Kappa Sigma Tau memb 
Abby Tribley. 



Black Student Organization 



Sisterly Love 

Crystal Cole. Crystal Waters, and 
Rachel Witcher having a girl 
moment. 



The Black Student Organization is a 
minority group whose main goals are to gi 
more involved with community service, 
co-sponsor fun and educational activities ' 
the campus and community, and promote 
awareness about the African-American 
culture This year BSO held weeklj meetings 
under the leadership of Myron Bell and 
advisor Brent Reeves. 



Home Cookin' 

Crystal Cole and Crystal Waters enjoy the 
food that they helped prepare. 




BSO Members 

Rachel Witcher, Chad Hudson, Michael 
Harrison, JaRon Dent. Shayla Galloway. 
Adrian Jones, Myron Bell, Everette 
Bradfule, Tatyana Bell. Aisha Vintes, and 
Amelia Wofford 




We Arc Family 

The African-Americ 

like BS< l 



Tradition 

Adrian Jones and Myron Bell stand with the founder of Kwanza at 
the National African-American Leadership Conference 



Alpha Phi Omega 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed sen ice fraternity thai has sel the standard for 
college campus-based volunteerism since 1425 The group strives to help each member 
develop leadership skill, experience friendship, and provide service to the community. At 
McKendree. APO sponsors two annual blood drives, a toy drive, and provides various 
other scr\ ice opportunities to the campus community. 



Dedication 

Trenetia Young. Casey Heupel, Mary Hilding, Tammara Gage. Adam Bailey, 
and Sudarsun Koirala gather in Carnegie prior to a meeting 



Giving to Others 

Al'< ) was a very 
popular and active 



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Carlton Dinwiddie. Everette Bradfute. Courtney 

Pike, Emily Hohl, Kan denning. Kelly Pieper. 

Trenetia Young. Sudarsun Koirala. Bobby 

Andrews. Renee Packard. Casey Hempel, 

Adrian dones. Mary Hilding. Mary Kane. Brittany 

Zahn, Sami Quick, Brendan Summary, Megan 

Barker. Debra Schlau, and Kiesh Howard. 



Saving Lives 

Adrian Jones gives blood at one of the blood 
drives sponsored by APO. 




Service 

Bobby Andrews washes 
dishes while volunteering at 
the soup kitchen. 



Costume Party 

APO members dressed up at Halloween. 



Phi Rho Chi and Phi Lambda Sigma 



Phi Rho Chi, or Ferox, is unique to the McKendree College 
Campus Founded in 1963 by Leon Cammon and Don 
Scarpa. Ferox is a social service fraternity Ferox's guiding 
principle is to promote an environment conducive to academic 
achievement, campus involvement, and personal growth, 

Ferox 

Tucker Sears, Josh Nimmo, Sean Martin, Tyler Bricker, Dave 
Padgett, Richard Van Scoyk, Matt McKendree, Matt Defranco, 
Trevor Maloch, Brent Campbell, and Michael Bernhardy, 





Philo Philosophy 



Phil. 



i Fraternity of l c ) 7 gather For a photo 
ml their emblem, the star 



McKendree College was nearly ten years old before there 
was any attempt to organize a literary society on 
campus But in January 1837 a public invitation was issued to 
any students interested in organizing such a group, 
and the Philosophian Literary Society was formed as a result. 
Philo is the second oldest literary society west of the 
Allegheny Mountains. Recently Philo has undertaken an 
exciting reorganization, with many new students showing 
an interest in restoring Philo's reputation as a debating society 
and social fraternity 

Greek Gods 

Lamont Benn. Daryle Jones and Brandon Wright show 
off their togas at the Philo toga party. 



Kappa Lambda Iota and Alpha Omegai 



Stage Hands 

The Clio girls working the McK Idol 

event pose with big brother Adrian 

Jones for a picture. 



Clio, one ill the oldest group-, on campus and ihe oldest group lor 
women, learned up wilh CAB to host the McKendree Idol Karaoke 
Challenge. The final round was held on Wednesday. April 12 in 
Ames Dining Hall. This is the Third Annual McKendree Idol 
Karaoke Competition. The eompetion has raised money to support 

t G. Komen Breast Cancer Fund. 
Clio 

Denise Berger, Rachel Witcher. Kelley Frawley. Crystal Cole. Malory Pritchard. Andera Knoll, Ashley Lee 
Mallory Mora, Amber Jackson, Crystal Barrera. Tiffany Galeaz, Lindsay Young, and Allison Petzodt. 




Michelle Kadonsky. Jamie Graham, Tabitha Touchette. Christina DeBoer, Katie Wisnasky, Cassandra 
Leonard, Jamie Stephens, Rebekah Amann. Ashley Vallero, and Jamie Lauf. 



A Sisterly Act 

A 1976 Alpha Omega gift from pledge mother 
Linda Michels to Sandy Harmon. 



Alpha Omega celebrated their 50th anniversary at 
McKendree College this year. On October 21. 2005. 
the sorority had a formal dinner, inviting 45 alumni 
members. The sorority accepts female members and 
began at McKendree in 1954. Some might say the clut 
is 52 years old. but having lapsed a couple years, this 
year was their 50th at McKendree. 



Sigma Nu 




Sigma Nu 

John Dawson, Robert Studley, Rick 
Fagan, Joe Giemer, Ben Pieper, 
Lester McQuaid, Andrew Chambers. 
Nathan Raley, Jacob Thornton, 
Jason Bundey. Dan Casper, Bryan 
Hopkins, Greg Abrams, Matt Heck, 
and Jason Bohnenstiehl. 

Sigma Nu is a national fraternity open 
in male students on campus who 
maintain at least a 2.S grade point 
average and who are not members of 
other fraternities. This fraternity tailgates 
in the fitness center parking lot before 
every home football game and provided 
free soda, hamburgers, bratvvursi, and 
chips lor fans. Members show a big 
presence in campus activities including 
Model United Nations and 
Tfick-or-Trealing lor Canned Goods, 
some volunteer with ehildren and elderly 
people. Each year, they host three main 
parlies tor the MeKendree student 
population and plan an official White 
Rose formal. Sigma Nu offers members 
friendship, brotherhood, and professional 
networking through their alumni chapter. 

Keg Stand 

Dan Casper holds Lester McQuaid's 
legs while he does a keg stand of root 
beer at the Kegger in the Quad during 
Greek Week. 



Cook Out 

Sigma Nu held many cook outs like this one at the 
Home Opener, where they offered free hamburgers, 
chips, and sodas. 



Kappa Sigma Tau 



Before KET... 

Gamma Sigma 
Sigma, the 
predecessor to 



campus ! 
i member 



Kappa Sigma Tau is a local sororitj that all women 
able join. As a social service sorority. Kappa Sigma Tau 
required to participate in at least ten hours of community service each 
semester. KET's mam principles of friendship, service, and equality 
help them serve their main purpose, to create friendships among diverse 
groups of people of different backgrounds and beliefs. 

Smiling Sisters 

Dana Miller. Erica Carney, and Erin Coble at the Formal. 




An Apple a 
(Thurs)day 

Emily Zitta, Laura 

Winkler, and 

Laura Jens 

gathered with 

other KET 

members at 

Applebee's on 

Thursday nights 



On My Honor... 

Dana Miller. Erica Carney, and Erin Coble 
particiated in the Spring 2006 Pledge Night. 



KET Formal 

Lena Bonds. Emily Hohl. Erica 

Carney. Kara Ellis. Alison 

Stach. Knssy Hackstadt. 

Vonzetta Sykes. Laura 

Winkeler, Abby Tnbley, 

Miranda Deters, Lindsay 

Weathers. Erin Coble, Allison 

Salvato, Ashley McRaven, 

Heather Fouts, Emily Zitta. 

Dana Miller. Erica Seibel, 

Andrea Hawkins. Lisa 

Koerkenmeier. Megan Barker. 

Lucy Elliott. Danielle 

Chambers. Miriam Ruiz, 

Danielle Kruep 




Sigma Zeta 



Sigma Zeta is a national science .mil mathematic 
society. McKendree was the first college to obtain 
for the Beta Chapter on June 9, 1926. This year 
McKendree's Siunia Zeta hosted the National Com 




Planting Seeds 

Sara Rubenacker 
Stephanie Robbins, and 
Donielle Jordan plant 
seeds for the annual 
plant sale 



attended sti 



jntion. members from across the countr) 
dent research presentations, field trips, and 
lal business meetings. McKendree was honored 
.'niion with the awarding of the Founder's Cup 
i\e chapter ( lihei honors included the election 
ael Henshaw as President Elect and Tyler 



ing the first Pres 



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/ard. 

A Revolutionary 
Thinker 

Aaron Rogier 
presented The 
Development of 
Method at the 
Sigma Zeta 
National 
Convention. 




Polygyny Presentation 

Kellie Persons presented Mate Choice in Neolamprologus multifasciatis: 
Testing the Polygyny Threshold Model at the national convention 



Sex, Bugs, and Rock n' Roll 

Dr. Joseph Coelho, Assistant Professor 
of Biology at Qumcy University, shared 
his work on insects in modern culture 



Phi Beta Lambda and Sigma Beta Delta 



Phi Beta Lambda is a business service club. Anyone interested in 
various aspects of business and is majoring in business or taking a 
business course is eligible for membership In addition to 
activities, the club has organized other events, such as speakers and 
competitions. 

Phi Beta Lambda 

Miranda Deters, Kara Ellis, Rebecca Thomas, Katie Beck, Rijesh 
Shrestha, Patrick Varnum. Dr. Peter Will, Kara Patterson, Amber 
Fourcault, Michelle Fuchs, Dr. Brian Parsons, Lesley Crider, and 

John Dawson. 

All Business 

Members of Phi Beta Lamlxl. 
professional business attire, 




Sigma Beta Delta 

Sally Mayhew, Amber Fourcault, 

Trisha Tonnies, Katie Hasheider, 

Ryesh Shrestha. Krissy Hackstadt, 

Kevin Wilkins. Katie Deters, Dr. 

Christopher Dussold, Kellie 

Anderson, James Cole, William 

Revis, Mike Wickhne, Travis 

Venhaus, Robin Stanish, Ben 

Essenpnes, Karen Giesekmg, Mike 

Thomas, Alan Hoffman, Jennifer 

Pickerell, Elaine Zltta, and Stacy 

Fuehne 



Sigma Beta Delta is a national 

. honor society at 200 college: 
in the nation with over 22.200 
members. McKendree's chapter 
established in 1994, and it recognizes 
business students with outstanding 
academic standing. The name. Sigma 
Beta Delta, suggests the main 
principles of the society: wisdom, 
honor, and aspiration. 



Inductions 

Dr. Peter Will announces Ihe 

Sigma Beta Delta inductees at the 

induction ceremony on April 4, 

2006. 



Business Leaders 

Therese Kasson, Dr. Brian Parsons, Dr. Christopher Dussold, Dr. Sandra 
Lang, Dr. Peter Will, and Dr. Frank Spreng. 



Lambda Pi Eta 




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Lambda Pi Eta 

Tnssa Graham. DaVett 
Jones, Sara Ford, Michael 
Prince, Katie Sledge, Lizzi 
Harris, Tammara Gage. 
Candice Jennings, Paul 
Woodruft. and Lauren Korte 



Catching Up 

Marchea Miller and Renee 
Rhodes discuss what they 
are doing and are planning 
on doing with their 
communications degree at 
the annual alumni 
networking event 




Taking You Back 

In 1953, Lambda Pi Eta 

hosted a communications 

Workshop that was similar to 

the current alumni 

networking event. 




Back For More 

Megan Weiler and Jeff Campbell, both Alumni, discuss career options in 
communications with each other and with current McKendree students 



Women Rule! 

Lauren Korte (Secretary). Sara Trask (President), Sara Ford (Vice 
President), and Trissa Graham (Treasurer) 



Lambda Pi Eta is an honor society 
For students interested in speech and 
communication Each year Lambda 
Pi Ela hosts an alumni networking 
event, inviting alums hack to the 
college to speak to other alumni and 
current students about careers in the 
communication field Goals of 
Lambda Pi Eta are to recognize, 
foster and reward outstanding 
scholastic achievement in 
communication studies, stimulate 
interest in the field of 
communication, promote and 
encourage professional development 
among communication majors, 
pro\ ide an opportunitj to discuss 
and exchange ideas in the field ol 
communication 



Nursing Honor Society 
and Alpha Psi Omega 



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Pearly Whites! 

In ,i 1998 yearbook photo, members of the nursing honor 
society pose in the traditional nursing uniform. 

The Nursing Honor Society recognizes superior 
achievement and the development of leadership qualities, 
fosters high professional standards, encourages creative work 
and strengthens commitment to the ideals and purposes of 
the nursing profession. 

Nursing Honor Society 

Cheryl Francher, Renee Secrest, Lucy Vasquez, Carolyn 

Arview, Carol Shook. Tania Allison, Mary Finley, Dimel 

Andrews, Tina Valentine, Dr. Janice Wiegmann, Jennifer 

Stoner, Lisa Kloppedal. Jackie Kahlil, Guadalupe Sharon, 

Angie Johnson, Amanda Weems. Barb Bagby, Susan Loepker, 

Shelly Kuhns. Lisa Majewski, and Cynthia Pnbble. 





Once an Actor, Always an Actor 

In 1937, the McKendree Cast was formed. Over the yi 
group developed into Alpha Psi Omega. 



Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary theater fraternity. 
McKendree's chapter is one of the oldest in the nation. The 
fraternity exists to honor sudents who have contributed to the 
theater program at McKendree and to foster an awareness and 
appreciation of theater for all students. 



Alpha Psi Omega 

Michelle Magnussen. Renee Cralley, Sean Henderson, Kayla 
Miller. Devin Dippold. Andera Knoll, Valerie Morrese, Amanda 
Dotson, and Adam Schwind. 



Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Tau Delta 




Phi Kappa Phi 

The assembled new inductees 
and officers who conducted the 
Phi Kappa Phi ceremony 
proved to be a large group 

Phi Kappa Phi held its third 
induction on April 20th, 2006. An 
interdisciplinary honor society. Phi 
Kappa Phi sponsored a meeting to 
.issisi students desiring to become 
graduate students. The meeting, 
hosted by Dr. Eggleston and Dr 
Boudreau, was well-attended and 
helpful in telling potential grad 
students what they needed to do. 
Also, a first for the McKendree 
chapter, a McKendree senior. 
Joshua Hollingsead, was honored 
by the national conference with a 
Graduate Fellowship. Sixty of 
these fellowships are awarded 
nationwide to members who 
applied from the over two hundred 
Phi Kappa Phi chapters 



Wrap Party 

After the ceremony, Phi Kappa Phi held a reception for old 
members, new members, and their guests. 




iwarded Effort 

shua Hollingsead displays 
: medal he was awarded for 
;eiving a national Phi Kappa 
ii fellowship. 



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Sigma Tau Delta 

Julie Pannier. Emma Frost, Dr Greenfield, Lizz 
Gloeckner, Clare Wilman, Nell Novara, Christina 
Robinson. Lori Autenrieb. Dr. Martha Patterson, 
Chnsta Hardy, Christina Napper. Timanye 
Hackney. James Napier. Joshua Hollingsead. 
and Jolene Fisher. 



Sigma fan Delta is the English honor society at 
McKendree. The society was formed in 1936. but 
lapsed alter a lime until it was reborn inkier the 
direction of Dr. Black, a recently retired professor. 
The society held an induction on May 5th. 2006 
aftei winch the members went out to eat together at 
the O'Fallon Schiappa's 



Kappa Delta Pi and SIEA 



Kappa Delta Pi 

Peggy Adamick. Joy Alvin, Amy 

Amann. Nicole Babinsky, Deborah 

Begley. Amanda Behrns, Morgan 

Beldmg, Janette Bergdolt, Kelly 

Boxdorfer, Kristina Cameron. 

Emily Carroll, Chris Collins, Renee 

Cralley, Deidre Dare, Lauren 

Dintelman, Sarah Dixon, Margaret 

Eichen, Tami Hayen, Chen 

Helldoerfer, Christy Howell. Elena 

Humphrey, Ashley Idecker, Kellen 

Kettwich. Jacguline Kreer, Ann 

Lee, Christiane Lutz. Jeanne 

McCleery, Jessica McDonald, 

Jennifer Mentzer. Gary Miller. 

Wendy Molletti. Valerie Morrese. 

Daniel Murrin. Beth Newman, 

Elizabeth Norman, Sarah 

Normansell, A. Maria Page, Jenny 

Pecoraro, Teresa Pridmore, 

Teresa Rivera, Kimberly Scheibel. 

Kerstin Schmitz, Jacguline 

Schubert, Jeanine Sheppard, 

Rebecca Skillern, Jennifer Sligar. 

Amy Smith, Lisa Stejskal, and 

Kathleen Trantham 




V 




Books on the Brain Selling Products 

Angie Steffey shows Michelle Kadonsky an Angie Steffey shows Dr. Tom Jewett some of the 

interesting book at the Fall Scholastic Bookfair. great books and products that Scholastic Bookfair has 

to offer. 



Kappa Delia Pi - Chi Mu Chapter is Ihe only Education Honor Society on 
campus. Initiation this year marked the tenth anniversary, of the society. 
Kappa Delta Pi's motto is So to Teach that our words inspire a will to learn: So 
to Serve that each day may enhance the growth of exploring minds; So to Live 
that we may guide young and old to know the truth and love the right. SIEA is 
the Student Illinois Education Association. This year in exjunction with Kappa 
Delta Pi they sponsored a Fall and Spring Bookfair The hookfairs benefitted 
education majors in that they could begin their classroom book collections. 



Psi Chi and Phi Alpha Theta 




Welcoming 

Kelly Frawley is welcomed by Adam 
Biggs and Dr Jacqueline Kemp at the 
Psi Chi induction ceremony on April 30. 



Psi Chi 

Dr Murella Bosse, Dr 
Jacqueline Kemp. Katie 
Steiger, Angie Wilson, 
Jared Weston. Dr. 
Susan Powell. Adam 
Biggs. Ashley 
Wombacher, Rebecca 
Tadlock, Gwen Stokes. 
Jennifer Sligar, Laura 
Poland. Knsten Pankey. 
Michael Knobeloch. 
Chris Komorech, Kelly 
Frawley. and Greg 
Abrahams 



Charier Members 

Michael Knobeloch signs his name 
in the Chapter's records at the Psi 
Chi induction ceremony 



The Psi Chi National 
Psychology Honor Society was 
founded in 1929 and introduced 
a McKendree Chapter this year. 
"Promoting excellence in 
scholarship and advancing the 
science of psycholog) are core 
principals of the honor society," 
Dr. Bosse said. "It is an honor 
to have a chapter al McKendree. 
and it provides a means to 
recognize the scholarly efforts of 
our undergraduate psychology 
students." In addition to Dr. 
Bosse, faculty advisor for the 
chapter. McKendree faculty 
inducted as charter members 
include Dr. Susan Powell and 
Dr. Jacqueline L. Kemp '88. 
The society installed officers 
and inducted charter members 
on April 30, 2006. 





History Buffs 
Like Phi Alpha rheta, 
the History Club of 
1971 enioyed the 
exchange of 
historical 

information. The 
only difference is 
that Phi Alpha 1'heta 
considers the History 
Club of 1971 ancient 
history. 



Phi Alpha Theta is a professional society whose mission is to promote the 
study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, 
publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. Its goal is 
to bring students, teacher'., and uruers ol history together for intellectual and 
social exchanges to promote and assist historical research and publication by 
members in a variety of uavs Josh Hollingsead and Adam Biggs represented 
McKendree in the American History Division al the Phi Alpha Theta Northern 
Illinois Regional Conference. April I at Wheaton College Josh received a first 
place award and Adam received a second place award. 

Phi Alpha Theta 

Adam Biggs. Josh Hollingsead, Jamie Stephens. Andrea Hawkins. 

Christina DeBoer, Natalie Schuster, Brandon Adair. Dr. Irwin 

Halfond. Rebekah Amann. Dr Patrick Folk o? 



Pi Gamma Mu 
and Kappa Kappa Psi 



Pi Gamma Mu is McKendree's honorar) society for students in the 

social sciences of economics, history, political science, psychology, or 
sociology. The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to improve scholarship in 
the social sciences, in that n fosters an environment of mutual 
understanding of different opinions in which problems are approached 
through social service and humanity. Moreover, Pi Gamma Mu 
supports social science organizations already in existence In order to 
he inducted into this honorary society, students must have studied over 
20 hours in the social sciences and earned a 3.0 grade point average or 
higher in all of their courses, both for major and general education 
requirements. 



Social Scholars 

Pi Gamma Mu was 
active on campus. 
back in 1998. Some 
of the professors 
pictured are still 
active in the society. 




Pi Gamma Mu 

Rebecca Tadlock. 

Kristin Pankey, Angela 

Wilson, damie Graham. 

Ryesh Shrestha. 

Gregory Abrahams. 

Amber Schafer, Paul 

Woodruff. Katie Bynum, 

and Adam Biggs 




In over 160 colleges and universities. Kappa Kappa Psi is a student 
service and leadership society who aids the Band Directors in increasing 
leadership and passion needed by their musical band. A main goal of 
KKPsi is to strengthen their band community though various individual and 
group service projects both at their institution and m neighboring 
communities. 

Sponsored by Mr. David Boggs. Executive Board members Amanda 
Farrell (President). Chris Gass (Vice President). Robby Campbell 
(Corresponding Secretary). Brian Kloppenburg (Recording Secretary). 
Nathan Harris [Treasurer), and Jayme Blandford (Sergeant at Arms) have 
spearheaded McKendree's own chapter of KKPsi. The co-ed group, 
currently in their Colony Stage, hopes to become a chapter by spring 2007 
after completing required rituals throughout the summer and fall of 2006. 
Membership, by invitation only, is extended only to those who participate in 
band 

Though not yet a full-fledged chapter of KKPsi. this group has hosted 
receptions after band concerts and volunteered helping with O'Fallon High 
School's IHSA Band Competition. In addition, the) worked closely with 
the Alumni Association to host the first, and hopefully annual. Big Band 
Extravaganza at which all jazz bands and combos played There, they 
raised money by raffling off Treasurer Nathan Harris' homemade cakes and 
taking "prom" style photos. Also, some attended a KKPsi conference in 
West Virginia providing an opportunity lor networking and lor seminar 
participation. 

Kappa Kappa Psi 

Ashley Walker, dayme Blandford. David Catlin, Alex Bigley. 

Nathan Harris, donathan Rose. Brian Kloppenburg, Becky 

Grieman, Amanda Farrell. Chris Gass. David Boggs, Travis 

M Rosenthal. Scott Nolda. dared Evans, and Robby Campbell 




Senior Honors Theses 




Alter four years in the Honors 
Program, seniors are required to 
complete and present an original 
thesis. The first group presented on 
April I 8 and the second group on 
April 21 Tins year's presentations 
were quite diverse with economics, 
psychology, literature, sociology. 
theatre, chemistry, computer science, 
and biology being addressed. After 
the presentations, the seniors were 
awarded an inscribed medal and 
certificate of completion. 
Refreshments were provided for the 
seniors and then guests. 



The Sciences 

Seniors Jennifer Hutchison, 
Samantha Harriss, Donielle 
Jordan, Sara Rubenacker, and 
Alicia Crow with their mentors Dr. 
John Greenfield, Dr. Feza Ozturk, 
Dr. Michael Henshaw, Dr. Robb 
VanPutte, and Dr. Kian Pokorny 




e Humanities 

niors Adam Biggs, Amber Schafer, Amanda Dotson, Devin Dippold, and Greg Mennerick with their advisors Dr. Tami Eggleston, Bill Harroff, Dr. Lyn 
ixford, Dr. John Greenfield, Dr. Betsy Gordon, and Dr Frank Spreng. 



Honors Convocation 



The Honors Convocation was held in 
Bothwell Chapel on April 27. This 
ceremony is dedicated to the senior 
students whom displas exemplar) work in 

their field of study. Also announeed at the 

ny are MeKendrees Who's Who. 
Honors Program students, and the Lincoln 
Laureate - Greg Mennerick. Dr. Robb 
VanPutte was the faculty speaker and 
spoke ahoul the perserverance of Charles 
Darwin. Dr. Phillip Neal was awarded the 
faculty, award Refreshments were served 
alter the ceremony for the students and 




Mathematics Honor 

Dr Robb VanPutte presents Aaron Povolish 
with his award. Aaron graduated with a 
degree in mathematics and computer 
science. 



Social Science Honor 

Dr. Frank Eyetsemitan presents Amber Schafer with her award 
in sociology. 

Science Honors 

Dr Robb VanPutte presents Jennifer Hutchinson with her 

award in chemistry. Jennifer was also in the honors program 



Bearcat Sports 




uddle 

embers of the Bearcat Softball team gather 
ra huddle. 



Lions and Tigers and Bears 

In 1920. McKendree's mascot was a live bear. 
The honor of being the bear keeper was given to 
a lucky student. 



Score 

Brad Fischer tips the ball in giving McKendree 
another two points. 



Individual Sports 

Bearcat Athletes Outside of Bearcat Territory 



Giddy Up 

Carly Gagnon and Sonny, her horse, have recieved numerous 
awards for barrel racing. Carly barrel races Sonny in Illinois and 
Missouri and has qualified for Oklahoma and Tennessee. 





Dancing the Night Away 

Always on her toes. Kelly Boxdorfer has been dancing 
for 17 years. Currently, she dances and teaches at 
Taylor's Academy of Dance in O'Fallon. She was also 
on a competitive dance team in high school. 



Cutting Her Edge 

Beth Newman, second from the left, figure skates on a 
Syncronized Skating Team. She skates for Classic 
Reflections, an Adult team, for The U.S. Ice Sports 
Complex in Fairview Heights. Tom Pawlow, Associate 
Dean at Scott AFB Campus, also skates for the team. 
The team placed third at the National Competition in April 
2006. 



Cheerleadin 






Couch Rosalie Wand and Co-captains 
Julianne Harris. Catherine Hamrick, and 
Katie l.andtncd led an outstanding group 
of cheerleaders as they cheered for our 
football and basketball teams this season 
In years past the girls went to a national 
competition, but decided to lake a yeai ofl 
to rebuild the team and work on team 
skills Next year our cheerleaders plan on 
competing in Daytona Beach. Florida. 



Spirit 

Barbie Klaus and Julianne Harris 
cheer the Bearcats basketball team to 
victory. 



Teamwork 

Katie Langfried cheers for the Bearcats with 
her fellow cheerleaders supporting her. 



Bearcats! 

Krescenda Anderson cheers on the 
Bearcats at a football game. 





Gateway to the West 

Cheerleaders from the year 1984 pose in an interesting formation 



Cheerleaders 

Nikki Moreland. Barbie Klaus. Katie Landfred, Cathnne Hamrick. 
Krescenda Anderson, Rachel Clark. Allison Stach. Laura Jens, 
Amanda Klaus, Heather Fix, Lindsay Weathers, Can Adams, 
LeKettra Bennett. Julianne Harris, and Leigh Loftus 



Football 



The Bearcats make it to the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year. 









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2005-2006 Football Team 

Beronte Grayson. Deveon Moss. Tony Vail. Daryle Jones. Kellen Hill. Dan Murrin, Uhlon Rich, Timothy Fahrenhorst, Jay Walton. Jake Howard, Derrick 

Summerlm. Matt Lauber. Dominique Jones. Mike Camiliere, Nick Francescon, Adam Clapp. Lawrence Davis. Brendon Delaney. Kyle Eversgerd, Terry Williams, 

Michael Harrison. Jordan Bierman. Marcus Mann. Brian Lomelino. Dan Loudenslager, Sherman Ellington, Josh Nimmo, Emanuel McCall, Chad Hudson, Stephen 

Webb. Ryan Klier, George Smith. Antonio Smith. Lamont Benn, Dan Stolarski, Larry Stokes, Michael Cheesman, Joe Bendoraitis, Brent McAdams. Adam Radno. 

Jordan Spurlock, Cash Cnbbet. Brent Gerstner, Mike Schneider, Jordan Fark, Jacob Rohman, Joe Beimfohr, Steve Moravec. Bret Dougherty. T.A. Sullivan, 

Danny King, Keith Jackson. Adam Hicks, Anthony Thoel, Aaron Haase. Jacob Janek, Chris Beatty, Corey Alberson, Adam Mehnng, Daniel Schanuel, Dan 

VanNatta, Mark Root. Daryl Simmons. Alex Galh, Bryan Edgar, Bryan Hopkins, Andres Marquez, Chris Cunnings, Aaron Breitbarth. Andrew Green, Rick Schilb, 

Mike Siverly, Jordan Smith, Eric Burge. Dominique Conrad, Zach Hopkins, JaRon Dent, Joey Santiago, Jimmy Pennell. Nick Hopkins, Adam Connor. Kenneth 

Webster, Ardell Adams, Duane Mobley, Brandon Wright, Jeff Meisenheimer. Antonio Prendergast, Anthony Wheatley, Nathan House, Andy Branz, Kevin 

Lambert. Donald Allen, Travis Beeker, Heath 

Bohannon, Kyle Bradford. Chase Coleman. Tyson 

Corley. Derek Cornett, Kyle Davis. Tom Edwards. 

Jacob Gehrs. David Godfrey, Jake Harris. Brett 

Hintz, Brandon Kircher, Jarrod Klier, Clayton 

Kremmel, Jeremy Lyons. Tim Manville, Andy May. 

Antonio McCoy, Nate McFadden, Devin McQuillan, 

Tony Mitchell, Jeffrey Neisslie, Derrell Nicholas, 

Steven Nicholls, Cameron Nicholson, Shane 

O'Brien, Lee Paulsen. Joshua Perry. Donald 

Petterson. Michael Prince, Dink Simmons. Michael 

Turnbough. John Turski, Matt Upchurch. Matthew 

Warden. Todd Watkms. Blake Wheeler, Chris 

Daniels. Mike Day. Mariano Flowers, Lucas Gehrs, 

Devin Schilb, Carlton Smith 



Down, Set!! 

Brendon Delaney readies his offense for 
another home massacre. 




2005-2 


006 




Season Record 8-3 




McK 


Opp. 


Quincy U. 


44 





U. of St. Francis 


21 


28 


Ohio Dominican U. 


52 





Iowa Wesleyan College 


52 





Saint Xavier U. 


14 


21 


William Penn U. 


12 


6 


U. of St. Francis 


27 


3 


Olivet Nazarene U. 


19 


9 


St. Ambrose U. 


41 


9 


Trinity International U. 


23 


6 


NAIA Football 


31 


34 


Championship Series 






1st Round-Evangel U. 














Stop Right There 

Timothy "Fabulous" Fahrenhorst and company make 
another Bearcat defensive stop. 



All Suited Up and Ready for Action 

Fred Hunter was McKendree's star half back 
and elected captain in the year 1904. 

jstle 

ie Bearcats hurry off the field after warm-up. 




The year started out on a high note foi the 
Bearcats During the First three home games. 
they did nut give up any points to their 
opponents. It wasn't until the Bearcats played 
St. Francis (IL) that then home shut-out streak 
ended by three points. Unfortunately the end 
of the season was a repeat of the pre\ ions two 
years. The Bearcats were sadly defeated in 
the first round of the playoffs h\ Evangel 
University by a mere three points This 
brought the Bearcats season to an end with an 
8-3 record. 

The Bearcats senior class featured some 
exceptional talent that will he hard to replace. 
Fullbaek Lamont Benn and running haek 
Daryle Jones led a rushing altaek for the 
Bearcats offense, linebackers Deveon Moss 
and Marcus Mann played strong defense, and 
kicker Stephen Webb ended Ins career with 
24S points. Despite this loss. X of I I starters 
on defense and many offensive players will 
return next year and w ill look tor a return to 
the tonol lire NAIA. 



Get Your Head in the Game 

During a time-out, Coach gives the team 
instructions before they go back out on the 
field. 




s the Great MC Hammer Would Say, "Can't Touch This" 

eorge Smith scores yet another touchdown for the Bearcats. 



Group Hug 

The Bearcat's dominating D-line put the squeeze on 
opposing offenses all season. 



Men's Soccer 

Bearcat soccer team goes to Nationals 




2005-2006 Men's Soccer Team 

Rob Lugge (Coach), Ryan Miller. John Vasiloff, Sean Neighbors. Ryan Calvert, Troy Fuchs. Cory Adams, 
Omoniyi Ennolu, Jason Bundy, Bobby Barger, Tim Strange (Head Coach), Danny Costello (Coach), Dustm 
Pelate, Jesse Essenpreis, Jared Weston, Gareth Batchelor, Dan Kessler, Greg Hitchens, Craig Vigar, 
James Stemlage, Nathan Stumpf, Jon Niebrugge, Cole Harres, Quinton Marcum, Donnie Sheehan 
(Coach), Eric Fnerdich, Julius Williams, Paul Tissier, Joey Lofink, Nicolas Mosca, Kevin Jacobsmeyer, 
Higor Alencar, Scott Kutscher, Dennis Bistro, Dan Bleisch, Matt Gruenert, Kyle Gregory, Jay Stremlau. 
Jonathon Reeves, Scott Horton, Ryan Peters, James Arnold, Tim Dew, Matt Monk, Tim Steege, Carlos 
Marian, Brad Dietrich, Santiago Hampton. Santiago Duran, Ian Nichols, Steve DeMoulin, and Ben Stimson 



Righteous Form 

A McKendree soccer player from the year 
1973 takes a powerful stride u> shool the 
ball and make a goal 

Go, Go, Go 

Ben Stimson dribbles the ball up the field. 



i 




2005-2006 




Season Record 


1 6-6-3 




McK 


Opp 


Cardinal Stritch University 


-> 





Brescia University 


4 




Culver-Stockton College 


1 





Missouri Valley College 





1 


Quincy University 


I 


4 


Westminster College 


1 




St. Ambrose University 


1 





Lindenwood University 


u 





William Woods University 


1 


I 


Harris-Stowe State University 







University of Illinois-Springfield 


3 


1 


Columbia College 




1 


Maryville University 


5 





Hannibal-LaGrange College 


1 




Missouri Baptist University 




-, 


Williams Baptist College 


in 


1 


Benedictine College 


1 





University of Missouri-St. Louis 






AMC Play-In Tournament 






University of Illinois-Springfield 


s 





Hannibal-LaGrange College 


2 


1 


NAIA Region V Tournament 






Lindenwood University 


-> 


1 


MidAmerica Nazarene University 


1 





Missouri Baptist University 




1 


NAIA National Championship - 1st 






Round 






vs. Grand View College (Iowa) 


4 


1 


NAIA National Championship -- 2nd 






Round 






vs. Auburn University Montgomery 





5 


(Ala.) 







The men's soccer team had another exciting 
year earning the title of Region V Champions and 
qualifying for the National Tournament. Head 
Coach Tim Strange commented. "These guys set a 
goal at the beginning of the season to make it to 
nationals. They battled their way through the 
playoffs and made it a reality." The Bearcats 
qualified for Nationals by beating the number one 
seeded team. Missouri Baptist L'imersit\. 2-1 in 
an exhilarating final match. This year there were 
seven returning starters: Sophomores Craig Vigar 
and Gareth Batchelor and Senior Scott Kutscher. 
Coach Strange attributed our strong defense to 
them. Strange also commented this season that. 
" I his is i he mosl i lose knii km in ilui I have evei 
been associated with." Teamwork and 
camaraderie is a very important aspect for 
championship teams to have and the Men's Soccer 
team was a good example of that this year. 



Stop Him 

The McKendree Bearcats try to take back possessior 
from the opposing team. 



Women's Soccer 

2003, 2004, 2005 American Midwest Champions 



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D05-2006 Soccer Team 




rystal Garcia, Erin Staley, Chrissy McCauley. Stephanie Robbms, Natalie Jameson, Jill Wolfmeier, Ashley Hayes, Nicole 
happen, Nancy LaRose, Holly Hogan, Becky Requarth, Katie Beck. Laura Cox. Anto Felippo, Brittany Fuzessery, Lucy Elliot, 
atelyn Cleveland. Katie Hubbard. Katie Stieger, Jessica Vasiloff. Ann Henke, Jill Delabar, Ashlee Ritchie. Meghan Rooney, 
/anna Porter, Laura Raymond, Ray Ray Cole, Jenna Shellenberg, Leah Shan, April Schatz, and Tim Strange (Coach) 



Take That! 

A woman from 1976 
participates in intramural 
soccer McKendree didn't 
have .in official women's 
soccer program until 1993. 





Teamwork! 

Ashley Hayes and Holly Hogan work together trying to 
score another goal for McKendree. 

Airplane 

Jill Delabar kicks the ball towards the McKendree goal 
helping to score another point for the Bearcats. 

The Bearcat Women's Soccer team has been 
\er> successful over the last couple oi years. 
However, in 2005. they raised the bar even higher 
The team was led by a strong list of returnees and 
a handful of newcomers. Standout performances 
were delivered by Jenna Shellenburg, fifteen goals 
and three assists. Brittanj Fuzesser) . ten goals and 
three assists, and Katie Hubbard, eight goals and 
seven assists. They captured the conference 
championship for then thud consecutive year. 
The) were also the NA1A Region V champions. 
which qualified them lor the national tournament 
The ladies finished the year with a record of 
17-3-1. 

Save 

Goalie Natalie Jameson makes an excellent 

save 



2005-2006 




Season Record: 


1?-: 


M 




McK 


) PP 


Bcllurmmc U 


2 


i 


John Biown 


2 


2 


St. Francis U. 


3 


1 


Cardinal Stritch U. 


5 





Culver-Stockton 


4 


1 


Missouri Valley 





1 


St. Ambrose U. 


5 


2 


Lindenwood U. 


1 


2 


William Woods U. 


3 





Harris-Stowe State U 


s 





Olivet Na/arene U. 


3 


I) 


Maryville U. 


2 


1 


Hannibal-LaGrange 


3 





Missouri Baptist U. 


1 





2005 AMC CHAMPIONS 






U. of Missouri-St. Louis 


I 





St. XavierU. 


3 


I 


Benedictine 


6 





NAIA Region <Y Tournament 






No 3 seed - William Jewell 


3 


1 


Tournament Championship 






No 4 seed- Lindenwood U 


4 


3 


REGION V CHAMPIONS 






NAIA Nationals - Lust Round 






No 17 seed- Savannah College 


1 





Nationals- Second Round 






No 1 seed- Martin Methodist U 








Women's V 


>llc\ 


ball 


2005-2006 Season Re 


ord 


( Ipponent 


McK 


Opp 


Ml 1 


1 


3 


Webster U. 


2 


3 


Columbia College 





3 


Evangel U. 


3 


1 


A vila U. 


3 


2 


Baker U. 


1 


3 


William Jewell 


3 


1 


William Woods U. 


2 


3 


Spalding U. 


3 


1 


Central Methodist U. 


2 


3 


Union U. 


3 


1 


Lambuth U. 


3 





Maryville U. 


3 


I) 


Harris-Stowe U. 


3 





Missouri Baptist U. 





3 


Williams Baptist 


3 





Evangel U. 


2 


3 


Central Methodist U. 


2 


3 


Lindenwood U. 





3 


Baker U 


3 


1 


Hanmbal-LaGrange 


3 


II 


U of] • Springfield 


3 





Lindenwood U. 





3 


Columbia College 





3 


William Woods U. 


3 





Bethel College 


3 





Spalding U. 


3 





Missouri Baptist U. 





3 


Harris-Stowe U. 


3 





Williams Baptist 


3 


(1 


William Jewell 


1 


3 


Harris-Stowe U. 


3 





Marian College 


3 


II 


William Jewell 


3 





I of I - Springfield 


3 





Hannibal-Lagrange 


3 


1 


AMC Quarterfinals 






Hannibal-Lagrange 


3 





AMC Semifinals 






Missouri Baptist U. 





3 


NA1A Region 5 







Volleyball 




Volleyball 1983 1984 
Coached by Liz Crotty, 
the 1983-1984 Bearcats 
had a season record of 
28-9 They took the 
NAIA District 20 
Championship before 
advancing to bi-districts 
where they were 
defeated by St. Ambrose. 



With four returning starters and two 
additional letterwinners returning, the 2005 
season looked to be very promising. The 
Bearcats were led by seniors Kristen 
Marsaglia. Kelly Tiefenbrun. Chrissy 
Simones, and Tricia Winter. Participating 
in an extremely competitive conference, the 
Bearcats ended their season 9-5 in the 
American Midwest Conference and a 23-16 
overall record. The Bearcats are coached b' 
Head Coach Evelyn Bean and Assistant 
Coach Jen Lerch. 




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The 2005-2006 McKendree College Bearcats 

Varsity: Sabnna Whitt (5). Colleen Cnder (6), Maggie Marquedant (7), Marcy Gibson (8). Codi Dempster (10). Laurel 
Bivins (14), Ashlee Pyron (15), Tricia Winter (17), Lindsay Amerson (18), Andrea Zurliene (21), Chrissy Simones (231 
Kristen Marsaglia (24) 

Junior Varsity: Dana Maedge (1), Casie Arentsen (2), Katelyn Kombrink (3). Courtney Aldndge (4), Kelsey Cravens (51 
Jenilyn Wahlig (9). Laura Winkeler (11). Kelly Tiefenbrun (12), Rachel Ferguson (13), Kelly Eads (16), Lynelle Smit'l 
(17), Laura Walk (20), and Nicole Taylor (22). 




Rejected 

Tricia Winter and Maggie 

Marquedant block the other 

teams attack. 



Team on 3....1..2..3 

The Varsity team goes in for 
huddle during a timeout. 






D-E-F-E-N-S-E! 

Chrissy Simones makes an amazing die 
for the Bearcats. 



Sets Up 

Setter Colleen Crider sets the ball during 
a crucial point in the game. 





Hockey 



Anything You Do, I Can Do Better 

Zanny Henseler holds her own out on the ice as 
the only woman on McKendree's hockey team 




This year's hockey team had a rocky 
midseason, but they came together, and fought 
until the end. finishing with an outstanding third 
season. Head Coach Bill Misiak led the Bearcats 
to a season record of 22-16-1. Sophomore Scott 
Roberts led the team with 52 goals and 89 points. 
Freshmen Kvlc llges led the team m assists with 
47. The season ended with a heartbreaking loss to 
DePaul University in the MACHA (Mid-America 
Collegiate Hockey Association) Championship 
round. With the Bearcats trailing by a goal after 
one period. DePaul pulled awa\ for a decisive vv in. 

He Shoots He Scores 

Junior Keith Jacob puts the puck on goal and scores for 



2005- 


2 


006 




Season Rccor 


I: 22- 


1 5- 1 






McK 


( )pp 


University oi Missouri 




1 
1 


( ^ 


Illinois State University 




9 

s; 


3 


DePaul University 






5 









h 


University of Illinois-Chic 


igo 


12 
II) 


5 


SIU Edwardsville 




7 


1 






2 


6 


Missouri Stale Universit) 




3 


4 
3 


University of Kansas 




5 
3 


8 
ft 


Eastern Illinois University 




11 


7 
7 


University of Iowa 




.1 
5 


ft 
5 


SIU-Edwardsville 




2 


8 


W'heaton College 




10 


3 


Northwestern University 




ft 


2 


University of Kansas 




h 


4 


Robert Morris College 




7 
S 


1 
3 


University of Iowa 




7 


5 


Robert Morris College 




II 


1 
6 


SIU-Edwardsville 




2 


7 


Illinois State University 




7 


5 






8 


2 


Northwestern University 




9 


3 


Wheaton College 




15 


3 


SIU-Edwardsville 




8 


1 






7 


4 


Lindenwood University 




5 


ft 


MACHA Tournament 








De Paul University 






111 




V 



No Chance 

Goalie Matt Brandt blocks a goal attempt 

Fancy Footwork 

Sophomore Scott Roberts shows the form that enabled 
him to score 52 goals. Here he skates past the defense to 
set up a shot on goal. 



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2005-2006 Hockey Team 

Assistant Coach Terry Grimm, Zanny Henseler, Charlie Donze, Phil Heller, Z.T. Evans, Zach Crawford. Tom 
Mahan, Keith Jacob, Nick Dreyer. Brent Campbell, Chris Donahue. Kyle llges. Shawn McBride. Tyler Bncker, 
Eric Barger, Coach Bill Misiak, Athletic Trainer Jordan Bierman, Mike Stier, Brent Grimm. Scott Roberts, Brad 
Maggio, Brian Neighbors, Dave Padgett, Matt Brandt, Athletic Trainer Tiffany Everett, and Knsten Hustedde 





Cross Country 
Track and Field 



2005-2006 Cross Country and Track 
and Field Team 

Clarissa Jennings. Brittany Wilson, 

Tanesha Hill, Stephanie Brown, 

Jennifer Repking. Josie Wiegel, lantha 

Burke, Shayla Galloway, Amelia 

Wolford, Sara Petterson, Lacy 

Frerking, Crystal Waters, Gwen 

Stokes, Halimat Ismalia, Glenis Pino. 

David Catlin. Brandon Bond, Julius 

Williams, Winston Hutton, Jermaine 

Myers, Adam Bailey, Jeremy 

Alexander, Ivan Stoyanov, Lee Gross, 

David Wellstead, Filip Walotka, 

Christopher Bethel, Romame Walls, 

Brian Harris, Allen Haye, Orion Nicely, 

Stephen Gregory, Jared Schulte, Paul 

Franklin, Kyle Lovell, Edwin Rotich, 

Curtly Bynoe, John Davis. Zach Haupt. 

and Gary White 





Nothin' Gonna Break My Stride 

Kyle Lovell shows determination as he 
concentrates on a personal best in the 800 meter 
run. 



Last Minute Preparations 

Agnieszka Jankowska and lantha Burke 
prepare for the 4x100 meter race at 
Lindenwood University. 













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ft 




Out of the Blocks 










Blip 


Walotka gets a 


great 


start 


in the 400 meter 


run 


















On Your Mark.. .Gel Ready.. .Smile! 

The Men's Cross Country team from 1933 made quite a name ft 
were tough competitors to the very end in the lew meets in wl 



ir themselves. They 
ich they participated. 



Gary White, in his loth season, coaches the Cross Country team McKendree's Cross Country 
team had a total of six women and eight men. These athletes had in mind a goal to be the hest that 
they could. They competed in four Cross Country meets during the season These participants had ; 
strong effort to proceed on to the NA1A Region V Championship in Fayette. Mo. Unfortunately no 
one on the team made it. Next year they expect to do it as this team has a lot of potential 



The End is in Sight 

Adam Bailey sprints towards the finish line for the cross country team. 




Ups-a-Daisy 

Fellow Bearcat from IS 

bar in competition. 



launches himself over the 




The Bearcat track team had 
several notable individual finishes 
this season During the Missouri 
Relays, Sophomore Allen Have 
gained two top ten finishes He 
placed third in the 200 meter and 
seventh in the 400 meter, lantha 
Burke also did well at the Missouri 
Relays and finished eighth in the 400 
meter. Another individual that 
should he recognized is Glenis Pino 
for finishing fourth in the pentathlon 
at NAIA Indoor Track and Field 
National Championships. After the 
first day of competition Glenis was 
sitting in twelfth place, but worked 
her way up the ladder. As a team 
there were actually fourteen Bearcats 
that qualified for nationals and 
represented McKendree very well. 



Launch It 

Glenis Pino of Bogota Columbia, 
participates in the shotput putting 
McKendree in the standings once 
again. 77 



Men's & Women's Bowling 

First place finish for Women at the Orange and Black Classic 




2005-2006 Bowling Team 

Karen Singer, Tammara Gage. Rebekah Diers, Sarah Hedman, Melissa 
Schneebeli, Erica Seibel. Ashley Krueger, Gretchen Ulferts, Lauren Anderson, 
Sami Barnes, Brttany Zahn, Rebecca Lindstrom, Chanty Lowry. Denise Berger, 
Brook Enyart, Nikki Watters, Ashley Vallero, Allison McDonald. Katie Armbruster, 
Javet James, Josh Gitto, Tim Fraher. Ricky VanScoyk, Chris Markham, Matt 
McKendree, Dustin Bell, Steve Kannewurf. Danny Chisamore. Rich Ness, Tom 
Mahan, Jim Chronister, Jason Heth, Kim McGntf, Jeff Wingbermuehler, Travis 
Hare, Bobby Cummins, and Coach Gary White 




Keep on Rollin' 

A McKendrean from 
1960 pitches a good ball 
down the lane. 
Bowling was enji iyed as 

an intramural sport until 



4 



Strike 

Matt McKendree posts while smashing the 
pocket. 




Sit Ball, Sit! 

Rebekah Diers 
finishes throwing a 
killer shot. 



This year's team started the season off right with a women's first 
place finish in the Orange and Black Classic' held in Beavercreek. OH. 
Both the men's and women's teams were coached by Gary White, who 
started the program five years ago The men's highest finish this vear 
was fifth place in both the Leatherneck Classic held in Mohnc. IL and 
the tagle Classic held in Dayton. OH. This year was somewhat of a 
rebuilding year for the team since it had lost several seniors All in all. 
the newbies did satisfactory during the season, and show much promise 
for the future There were a handful of individual accomplishments that 
should be noted as well. Sophomore Gretchen Ulferts was the top 
women's howler for the Leatherneck Classic averaging 219 for 6 
games. Freshmen Rebekah Diers led the Keystone Quaker Classic in 
Allentown, PA averaging 202. and Junior Chris Markham earned the 
All-Tournament honors al Midwest Collegiate Tournament held in 
Wauwatosa, WI. 



Men's Basketball 

Bearcat Basketball makes it to AMC Semifinals 




Overcoming the Block 

Bryant Lyles shoots over an opponent to 
make another basket for the Bearcats 



2005-2006 Mens Basketball Team 

Assistant Coach Eric Echelbarger, Assistant 
Coach Jonathan Stanley, Mark Stovall, 
Houston Penn. Julius Whitehead. Mike 
Strobbe, Aaron Bond, Byron Wright. Bryant 
Lyles, Head Coach Harry Statham, Sean 
Knoll, Chris Shields, Brad Fischer, Stan 
Mayfield, and Eric Palm 




Warm Up 

Junior Mike Stobbe waits for the ball during warm-up. 
On Dec. 10, 2005 Mike became the 41st member of the 
Bearcat 1000 point club. 



2005-2006 




Season Record: l<)- 


14 (AMC 8-4) 




McK 


Opp 


Lindenwood University 


74 


79 


Benedictine College 


50 


78 


Olivet Nazarene University 


50 


60 


Cumberland University 


80 


61 


Park University 


84 


90 


University of St. Francis 


73 


65 


Union University 


75 


80 


Greenville College 


108 


69 


Freed-Hardeman University 


73 


69 


Union University 


77 


81 


Maryville University 


68 


77 


Ashford University 


80 


61 


St. Ambrose University 


74 


59 


Lindenwood University 


67 


64 


Park University 


78 


83 


Brescia University 


71 


73 


Sterling University 


62 


54 


Tabor College 


63 


61 


U of l-Springfield 


66 


69 


Harns-Stowe University 


71 


63 


Colombia College 


51 


76 


Hannibal-LaGrange University 


55 


61 


Missouri Baptist University 


88 


73 


Williams Baptist College 


73 


60 


U of l-Sprmgfield 


1 00 


83 


Harris-Stowe University 


90 


80 


Columbia College 


81 


77 


Hannibal-LaGrange College 


60 


57 


Missouri Baptist University 


78 


82 


Williams Baptist College 


73 


55 


AMC Tournament Quarterfinals 






Harris-Stowe University 


85 


63 


AMC Semifinals 






Columbia College 


83 


72 


AMC Championship 






U of l-Spnngfield 


76 


83 




,nrs 



Team! 

The Bearcats rally together to get pumped up before the 
start of a game. 




: 




( 






Groovy Moves 

In this photo from L973 the Bearcats fight for victory in the old Bearcat 
Gymnasium which was replaced by the Melvin Price Convocation Center in 
1988 

Fake Right 

Mike Strobbe looks for an opening to score another basket for the Bearcats 





It's Up and It's Good 

Mark Stovall puts up a shot for 
McKendree while several opponents 
try and bring him down. 

He Shoots, He Scores 

Julius Whitehead puts antoher one 
up for McKendree while our 
opponents try and stop him 



DEFENSE 

Brad Fischer guards his opponent, 
stopping him from working his way to the 
basket. Brad scored 30 points in this 
game to move into into 24th place on the 
all-time scoring list 




Are You Open? 

Chris Shields dribbles the ball working his 
way towards the basket. 



The Mcn\ basketball team struggled at 
limes this year. Going into lire season there 
were five reluming lettermen including three 
starters. Four of Five ol those reluming were 
seniors this year: Brad Fischer. Bryant Lyles, 
Chris Shields, and Aaron Bond. Among the 
team's accomplishments were Head Coach 
Harry Statham achieving his 900th victory on 
November 2? against Freed-Hardeman 
University and the team Finishing the season 
as runners-tip for the American Midwest 
Conference title Individually, Junior Mike 
•Strobbe was named the AMC Player ol the 
Year The season ending loss of 76-83 was a 
heart-breaker against the University oi 
Illinois-Springfield However overall the 
season record was a winning one at 19-14. 



Women's Basketball 

AMC Tournament Champions 



2005-2006 Women's 
Basketball Team 

Coach Melissa 

Ringhausen, 

Assistant Coach 

Kelly Hasheider, 

Kelsey Park, Julie 

Garrison. Emily Best. 

Katelyn Kombnnk , 

Brittany Bryan, 

Amanda Schurmg. 

Ayanna Porter, 

Assistant Coach 

Lynn Klosterman. 

Leah Shan, Erin 

Staley, Katie 

Hasheider. Emily 

Hart. Suzi Gerler. 

Heather Elders, 

Monet Sanders. 

Rachel Almond. 

Tasha Coolidge. 

Tnssa Graham, and 

Brooklyn Dunihoo 




And Its Good 

Heather Elders puts the ball up to score 
another basket for the Bearcats as Katie 
Hasheider watches in the background. 



Drive the Lane 

Emily Best goes to the basket against Williams 
Baptist. 



Block 

Ayanna Porter 
blocks off her 
opponent from the 
basket. 




Keep Your Eye on 
the Ball 

Emily Hart, backed 
up by Amanda 
Schurmg, gaurds her 
opponent from the 
basket. 




Basketball Girls 

Mabel Duncan, Lula Large. Dora Dougherty 
Florence Reinhardt, Myrtle Duncan, Lydia 
j&alernee made up the 1903 McKendree Women's 
Basket! " 



2005-2006 



Season I Accord: 20-14 (AMC K )-4) 



St. Arnhn 



1 University 



McK Opp 
69 64 



Union University 
Lindsey Wilson College 
Taylor University 
University ol Missouri-St. Lo 
Union University 
Lambuth Univ 



Lincoln University 


67 


59 


Indiana University 


58 


65 


Beihel College 


63 


79 


Maryville University 


67 


80 


St. Xavier University 


1 


66 


Olivet Nazarene University 


97 


1 12 


Hannibal-LaGrange College 


63 


55 


Missouri Baptist University 


66 


80 


Columbia College 


73 


72 


Lindenwood University 


72 


M 


Harris-Stowe State University 


75 


57 


William Woods University 


64 


63 


Brescia University 


62 


52 


University ol Illinois 


66 


51 


Williams Baptist College 


63 


5S 


Hannibal-LaGrange University 


'1 


74 


Missiouri Baptist University 


65 


7N 


Columbia College 


66 


7(1 


Harris-Stowe State University 


91 


64 


William Woods University 


76 


67 


University ol Illinois 


80 


59 


Brescia University 


63 


46 


Williams Baptist College 


77 


63 


AMC Tournament- 






Quarterfinals 






Williams Baptist College 


72 


52 


Semifinals 






Columbia College 


64 


56 


< 'hampionship ( lame 






Missouri Baptisl 


50 


4S 


NA1A Division 1 






National Championship 






Freed-Hardeman University 


4') 


66 



Women's Basketball had a year with outstanding accomplishments. 
The team was guided by Melissa Rmghauseii in her ninth season as 
Head Coach. After losing so many seniors last year n was 
entertaining to watch how well the newcomers handled the pressure 
and stood up to competition. In all, there were si\ new hies 
including five freshmen: Tasha Coolidge, Kelsey Park. Emily Best, 
Julie Garrison. Amanda Schurmg. and Leah Shan. Rmghauseii 
commented, "I am really proud of our girls. We have a young team 
and we played exceptionally well." The girls did an excellent |oh 
this year, winning the AMC (American Midwest Conference) 
Championship 50-48 in an edge-of-your-seat victory over Missouri 
Baptist University. The season was an exciting one that has tans 
eager lor next season. 



Just havin' some fun. 

Katie Hasheider smiles as she sees a play unfold for 



Men's Tennis 

Kick off season with 9-0 victory over Harris-Stowe 



2006 








Season Record: 


5 


-9 




Mi 


K 


Opp 


Harris-Stowe University 


9 







Principia College 


9 







Universitj of St Francis 


4 




5 


Lake Land College 


1 




5 


Greenville College 


5 







Klgin College 


6 




2 


St. Ambrose University 






5 


Lindenwood Universitj 


1 




8 


University of Missouri 


1 




8 


Baker University 


1 




7 


Harris-Stowe University 


9 







Washington University 







9 


University of Illinois 


1 




5 


NAIA Region V Tournament 







5 




2006 Men's Tennis Team 

Ben Schloesser, Brad Stone, Matt Whetstone, Coach Bill 

Rusick, Greg Mennenck, Daniel Quinn, and Andres 

Marquez 

Serve 

Ben 

Schloesser 

gets ready to 

serve up 

another point 

for the 

Bearcats. 



The Bearcat Men's Tennis team had an interesting year. Coach Bi 
Rusick embarked on a new season with no fresh blood, but rather he | 
stuck with the crew he had. The guys kicked off their season with a 
sweep of Harris-Stowe University 9-0. The rest of the tennis season 
was steady, but it unfortunately came to an end April 29. During the 
NAIA Region V Tournament the men lost to Benedictine College 0-5. 
Participants in McKendree's efforts this season were Senior Greg 
Mennerick. duniors Daniel Quinn, and Lee Gross, Sophomores Ben 
Scholoesser, Andres Marquez, Matt Whetstone, and Brad Stone. 
Senior Greg Mennerick was named NAIA Scholar-Athlete. 



Women's Tennis 

Team advances to National Tournament 




1O6 Women's Tennis Team 

wren Szakielo, Lori Autenneb, Christine Betz, Jennifer Mennenck. Coach Maureen Moore, Sarah 
hnson, Heather Bnnkmeyer, Erin Thoman, and Sarah Dixon 



2006 






Season Record: 


1 (3-3 




Mc 


K Opp 


Missouri Southern University 


1 


8 


Southwest Baptist University 





9 


Evangel University 


6 


3 


SIUE 


7 


2 


Harris-Stowe Universitj 


9 





Lewis and Clark C.C. 


8 


1 


Greenville College 


9 





Principia College 


9 





University of Illinois 


9 





Lindenwood University 


5 


4 


Missouri Valley College 


7 


2 


Westminster College 


9 





University of Illinois 


8 


1 


Baker Universitj 


5 


2 


Washington University 


2 


7 


Quincy University 


8 


1 


University of Illinois 


8 


1 


NAIA Region V Tournament 






Baker University 


5 


3 


William Jewell College 


5 


4 




Tennis Trio 

These ladies belonged to the McKendree tennis te 
1930 v> hich had a nearly perfect record, losing only 
against Blackburn College. 




Swing 

Christine Betz chases 
down a ball in order to 
keep the rally going 



Smack That Ball 

Heather Bnnkmeyer, NAIA 
Scholar-Athlete, awaits the serve 



;rves Up 

nnifer Mennerick serves up another point for 
3 McKendree Women's Tennis team 



I he Women's Tennis team had an outstanding season this year. 
With a record ol 15-4 the ladies look first place at the AMC (American 
Midwest Conference) Round-Robin Tournament, the Greenville 
College Tournament, and also became the champions of the NAIA 
Region V Tournament. Entering her third season. Coach Maureen 
Moore led the girls to victory. Team contributors to success were Lori 
Autenneb, Christine Betz, Jenny Mennerick, Sara Johnson. Heather 
Brinkmeyer, Hun Thoman. and Sarah Dixon. The four new freshmen 
(hat joined the team this year were Amanda Embrich. Jennifer 
Mennenek. Lauren S/akielo. ami Erin Thoman. Three members were 
named NAIA Scholar-Athletes: Lori Autenrieb, Heather Brmkmaii and 
Sarah Divon All ol the girls had a fantastic year, and are looking lor 
several more to come in the future 



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Baseball 



McKendree Baseball Takes 7th Consecutive AMC Title 



2006 






Season Record 4 


7-1 1 




McK 


Opp 


Iowa Wesleyan College 


4 


3 


Iowa Wesleyan College 


3 


I) 


Lindenwood University 


i : 


X 


Cumberland University 


9 





Cumberland University 


4 


5 


Briar CHIT University 


1 1 


1 


Briar Cliff University 


I 


4 


William Carrey College 


6 


7 


Belhaven College 


4 


7 


Tougaloo College 


20 


1 


Yiterho University 


3 





Viterbo Universtij 


6 


3 


Central Methodist University 


4 


1 


Brescia University 


in 





Missouri Valley College 


14 


1 


Williams Baptist College 


16 


2 


Williams Baptist College 


13 


3 


Olivet Nazarene University 


3 


1 


Hannihal-LaGrange University 


16 


3 


Hannibal-LaGrange University 


1 


6 


Culver-Stockton College 




2 


William Woods University 


5 





William Woods University 


1 


• s 


Culver-Stockton College 


3 


6 


Millikm University 


in 


6 


Missouri Baptist University 


4 


3 


Missouri Baptist University 


6 


5 


Greenville College 


6 


1 


Harns-Slowe University 


9 


1 


Harns-Stowe University 


6 


3 


Hams-Stowe University 


14 


4 


Harris-Stowe University 


9 


1 


Harris-Stowe University 


12 


4 


American Midwest Conference 






Tournament vs William Woods 


7 


3 


American Midwest Conference 






Tournament vs Missouri Baptist 


9 


4 


NAIA Region V Tournament 






vs Lindenwood University 





5 


NAIA Region V Tournament 






vs William Jewell 


9 


3 


NAIA Region V Tournament 






vs Benedictine 


2 


- 



The Baseball team had a fantastic season this year- 
Jim Boehne embarked on his ninth season with the 
Bearcats. The team won the AMC (American Midwest 
Conference! Championship by beating Missouri Baptist 
University. This marks the seventh consecutive AMC 
title. Four members were named All-Region: Junior 
Ryan Meyler and Seniors Josh Bell. Brian Dinkelman 
and Lance Marcum. Dinkelman had an outstanding 
season, breaking several McKendree and NAIA records. 
Among his list of accomplishments, he became the NAIA 
all-time leader in runs, total bases, assists, doubles and 
hits, and he set the McKendree record for hits and stolen 
bases. Marcum was also named NAIA Region V 
Co-Pitcher of the Year and NAIA Ail-American and 
signed a free agent contract with the St. Louis Cardinals, 
Smashing Records 
Brian Dinkelman, NAIA Player of the Year, 
completed his collegiate career breaking several 

McKendree and NAIA records He was dratted by 
the Minnesota Twins in the 8th round. 




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2006 Baseball Team 

Todd Bauer. Adam Hill, Brian Dinkelman, Josh Bell. Jay Gajewski, Lance Marcum, Justin Powers, 
Matt Spotanski, Josh Wahlig, Coach Drew Gencke, Cole Walker, Andrew Thiemann, Curt 
Spauldmg, Coltin Cunningham, Cale Johnson, Chris Bellm, Dan Siegler, Coach Dusty Kantner, 
Coach Brad Oster, Coach Woody Newsome, Coach Tim Nagel, Clint Dmtelman, Joe Dickman, 
Craig Session, Jonathon Norton, James Roddy, Chris Tracy, Cole Schragae, Dusty Schallenberg, 
Coach James Boehne, Justin Stine, Kory Raymond, Zach Ponder, Zach Gisher, Luke Poston, 
Kellen Kettwich, Nick Kennedy. Jesse Booth, Jacob Flick. Kenny Weston, Tim Speidel, Thomas 
Rose, Shawn Oertwig, Tyler Schwierjohn, Cory Sellers. Adam Buehne, Ryan Meyler. Kevin 
Wilkins. Anthony Clervi. and Jonathon Keener 





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In the Dugout 

Bearcat Baseball team members wait in the dugout for their 
turn at bat. 



~._j*^ 2 Batter up! 

A Bearcat waits for his pitch during a game 
f-^fck -N in the year 1973. 

/ r |bt 

'jj jrfbi J^~ No-hitter 

On March 26, 2006 freshman Cale Johnson 
threw a no-hitter against Brecsia University. 



Softball 



Bearcats have a record breaking season! 



FT^rv *»<r : '7**y 1?%*] 




006 Softball Team 

auren Meyer. Karla Johnson, Denise Adams, Rachael Reed, Nichole Notorangelo. Brittany 
ackson, Rachel Bailey, Molly Reed, Rachel Ferguson, Meghan Bucheim, Nancy LaRose, Leah 
iometto. Courtney Aldndge, Ashley Vallero, Lindsey Young, Becky Sommer, Kayla White, Coach 
velyn Bean. Rachael Ostertag, Renee Lanenga, Jenilyn Wahlig, Amy Quirln, Amanda Schuck, 
ndrea Hawkins. Natalie Robson. Brittany Biggerstaff. Angie Maue. Ashley Wombacher, Emily Tift, 
mber Nikolauzyk, Student Coaches Amanda Prather and Amy Maurer 




Fielding 

Molly Reed readies 
herself in the infield for 
the next play. 



Freshman Phenom 

Angie Maue set numerous 
records for the Bearcats 
this year 



Ssswinjj! Katta 
Batta! 



p.,, hat 





2ooe 

Season Record 


> 
; 2 


3-12 




Ml 


< Opp 


Olivet Nazarene Universitj 


5 


1 


Olivet Nazarene University 





2 


Baker Universitj 


2 


ft 


I rimts International University 


It) 


1 


Universitj ol Wisconsin-Parkside 


2 


ft 


Missouri Valley College 


S 


4 


Columbia College 


6 


4 


Hannibal-LaGrange College 


14 


1 


Lindenwood University 


3 


1 


Southwest Baptist University 


8 


4 


Southwest Baptist University 


5 


4 


York College 


12 


4 


University of Minnesota-Morris 


17 


1) 


Baker University 


[2 


1) 


Culver Stockton College 


5 


1 


Benedictine College 


7 


1 


Bethany College 


5 


2 


Graceland University 


7 


ft 


Friends University 


S 


4 


Baeone College 


13 


3 


University of Science&Arts 





2 


University of Missouri-St. Louis 


III 


2 


Williams Baptist College 


6 


2 


University of St. Francis 


8 


3 


Ohio Dominican University 


7 


1 


William Woods Llniversity 


1 


2 


Olivet Nazarene University 





1 


Bethel College 


5 


7 


Ohio Dominican University 





II) 


Bethel College 


5 


1 


Missouri Baptist University 


y 


(1 


U of I-Springfield 


9 


ft 


University of Missouri-St. Louis 


11 


3 


Harris-Stowe State University 


4 


2 


Harris-Stowe State University 


1 


III 


Lindenwood University 


2 


9 


Lindenwood University 


Id 


1 1 


Hannibal-LaGrange College 


3 


2 


Williams Baptist College 


ft 


1 


Columbia College 


4 





William Woods University 


3 


5 


Columbia College 


4 


1 


Evangel Universitj 


2 


1 


William Woods Universitj 


3 


5 


Evangel University 


3 





William Woods Universitj 


3 


4 



Coach Evelyn Bean, in her ninth season, led her women through 
a record breaking year. The season took off with 8 returning starters. 
4 transfers, and 4 freshmen. As a team, the women broke the school 
record for hits in a game on March 19 during the William Woods 
University Tournament. Additionally, four home runs were nil in 
one game on April 1 against Ohio Dominican Freshmen catcher 
Angle Maue earned AMC (American Midwest Conference i 
Freshmen of the Year and Player of the Year honors. In addition. 
she has also set McKendree records for home runs with 1? and runs 
batted in with 65. Another Freshman. Ann Quirin was named 
All-Region li should also be noted that the Women's Softball team 
earned the NFCA All-Academic team honor this season The 
McKendree Softball team had a great year and it will he exciting to 
see what thej can accomplish next year 

Huddle Up 

The Lady Cats huddle before a game. 



Wrestlin 



Bearcat Kyle Jahn places 2nd at Nationals for 133 lb class 



Takedown 

Brandon Wyms tosses 

his opponent around like 

a rag doll, trying to rack 

up more points for 

McKendree 




The Champ 

Mike Mueth is 

declared the winner! 

Dr. pat Folk 

established this 

Bearcat varsity 

wrestling team in 

1984 It was 

eventually 

discontinued until 

2003-2004 when 

McKendree College 

idded it to its varsity 

sports once again. 




Holdin' on 

Clay Weier works on putting his opponent 
into a hold 



Coach Kisgen led his team 
through another exciting season. 
For the 2005-2006 Wrestling 
season there were several key 
returnees such as Juniors Josh 
Blackburn, Trevor Maloch. Ben 
Laux. and Clay Weier and 
Sophomore Justin Blackburn. In 
addition to these athletes, fifteen 
new freshmen were added to the 
team. There may not have been 
tons of team victories, but there 
were individual accomplishments 
that should be noted. Kyle Jahn 
took an impressive first place 
linish at the NAIA Hastern 
Regional. He went on to 
represent McKendree at Nationals 
along with nine other Bearcats. 
( >ther finishers from the NAIA 
Eastern Regional were Trevor 
Maloch in fifth place for the 
heavj weight division. Clay 
Weier who finished sixth in the 
1651bs. division, and fourth place 
was taken by Josh Blackburn, 
Adam Hicks, and Ben Laux in the 
divisions of 1571bs, 1841bs, and 
1971bs. 



Domination 

Kyle Jahn dominates the mats as he works on 
pinning his opponent 







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2005-2006 Wrestling Team 

Hershel Tendler. Tyler Webster. Ian McGill, Craig Honeywell. John Kusick, Kyle Jahn, Brian Markway. Jesse Coale, Conor 
Fitzgerald, Greg Smith. Robbie Grose, Greg Waag. Kyle Waag. Dominic Angelo. Ben Laux, Allan Miller. Levi Haugen. Josh 
Blackburn. Kevin Flinn, Clay Weier, Matt Grogan, Richard Isom, Andrew Cheesman. Chas Maloch. Brandon Wyms, Adam 
Hicks. Jared Sugden. Daniel Vizcaya. Justin Blackburn. Megan Hunter, Jake Janek, Trevor Maloch, Head Coach James 
Kisgen. Athletic Trainers Sarah Springer, Amanda Angelo, Chad Willard. and William Dill 



Golf 








This team from L997 was one of the first 
women's golf teams to be established at 
McKendree 

2005-2006 Women's Golf Team 

Casey Heupel, Amber Henn, Brook Lobb, Hayley 
Zugmaier, and Coach Cindy Mackey 




Nice and Easy 

Bob Johnson anc 

Bearcats from L963, practice then putting skill 



05-2006 Men's Golf Team 

e McCarthy, Phil Schildknect, Mike Speicher, Brad Maggio, 
chael Nichols, Coach Trent Poelker. Brent James, Stephen 
les, Zach Rednour, David Padgett, and Zane Belden 



Men's and Women's golf both had decent seasons this year. Led by Coach Trent Poelker, the 
Men played exceptionally well in the Region V Invitational Championship tying for first place with 
Missouri Valley College. Three golfers finished in the top ten: Senior Zane Belden tied for first. 
Senior Phil Schildknecht received 3rd, and Senior Lee McCartln received 8th, The Women were 
coached by Cindy Mackey and they achieved fith place in the McKendree ln\ national. 
Individually, Senior Amber Henn received All Region Honors The team was small in number this 
year with onh two returnees (Amber Henn and Leah Jacob} i and lour newcomers. 



Faculty and Staff 




Rebecca 


Dr. Brenda 


Bruce 


J i m 


Sharon 


Beth 


Bostian 


Boudreau 


Bowers 


Brierly 


Brownfield 


Buehlhorn 




Mark 
Campbell 



Pam 

Chambers 



Poorna 
Cherukuri 



Dr. Joseph 
Cipfl 



Dr. Bob 
Clipper 



Faculty and Staff 




Bill 


Paula 


Scott 


Maria 


Patti 


Leslie 


Counts 


Cummings 


Cummings 


Daesch 


Daniels 


Daugherty 




Misty 


Dr. Susan 


Mary Frances 


Dr. James 


BUI 


Dorinel 


Davis 


Dawson 


Daylor 


Dennis 


Dill 


Doroscan 




Jim 


Dr. Gerald 


Brian 


Eric 


Jantzen 


Dr. Tami 


)rake 


Duff 


Dulski 


Echelbarger 


[aldington 


Eggleston 




Marie 


Dr. Patrick 


Dr. Brian 


Sue 


Karen 


Marsha 


Ferrell 


Folk 


Frederking 


Froding Adams 


Gerstner 


Giles 



Faculty and Staff 




Suellen 


Kristy 


Debbie 


Glenda 


Larry 


Kim 


loltgrave 


Homer 


Houk 


Huelsmann 


Hundsdorfer 


Hustedde 



Faculty and Staff 




Lobrina 



Jenny 

Loveless 



Lovellette 



Lovvrey 



Cindy 
Mackey 



Faculty and Staff 




Michelle 


Jan 


Mary 


Sally 


Bob 


Dr. Michael 


/lagnussen 


Mai Inch 


Vlarchal 


Mayhew 


Mc Kinnon 


McClintock 




Clarence 


Dr. lrina 


Josie 


Vicki 


Gale 


Dr. Duane 


Needhani 


Neuman 


O'Rourke 


Obermann 


Olds 


Olson 



Faculty and Staff 




Dr. Neil Dr. Myron 

Quisenberry Reese 



Mike 
Rehfeldt 



Dr. Timothy 
Richards 







Darren 
Robards 



Dr. Raymond 
Robb 




It -A 



Sandra 
Richmond 



Craig 
Robertson 



Dr. Dennis 



Debbie 
Sanders 




James 
Sandy 



Faculty and Staff 




Norma 


Ron 


Dr. Frank 


Dr. Michele 


Harry 


Nancy 


Spanley 


Spradling 


Spreng 


Stacey-Doyle 


Statham 


Stewart 




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vili. ill 



Jerry 
Thomas 



John Julie Fred 

Thomas Tonsing-Meyer Underwood 



Faculty and Staff 




Dr. Janet Wicker Dr. Janice Wiegmann Beverly Wilhelm Phillip Wilhelm Sherry Wilken 




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EdWillett Dr. Mark Young Dr. Nancy Beck Young Dr. Nancy Ypma Elaine Zitta 




Do Yon Recognize These Faces? 

These faculty members have 
been at McKendree For quite 
some time! Top row: Dr. 
Murella Bosse I L978), Dr. Jean 
Kirts ( 1973), and Dr Patrick Folk 
( 1978) Bottom row: Dr. Myron 
Reese i 1973), Dr. Philip Neale 
( 1975), and Harry Statham 
t 1974). 

Even this previous student from 
1985, Jell Campbell, now Alumni 
Director and Yearbook Advisor, 
can't stay none long. 



y, 




Seniors 




Rebekah 
Amann 



Scott 
Becker 



Mikail 
Andria 



Lori 
Autenrieb 



Racht 
Bailey 



Deanna 
Baker 




Faiza 
Ben Guadeha 



Joseph 
Bendoraitis 



Lamont 
Benn 



Michael 
Bernhardy 



Seniors 




Kimberly 
Bright 



Timothy 
Brilley 









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Angela 
Brown 




Rebecca 
Blackwell 


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Lauren 
Blick 


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Wendy 


Bradfute 


Bradley 


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Tiffani 
Brown 




Crystal 
Brum it 




Rachel 
Bryant 



ames 
Caldwell 



Jerry 
Carpenter 



Seniors 



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Emily 


Danielle 


Kurt 


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Rebecca 


Carroll 


Chambers 


Chambers 


Chaput 




Lauren 
Dintelman 



Devin 
Dippold 



Ann 
Dockery 



Nathan 
Doherty 



Amanda 
Dotson 



Seniors 




Brooklyn 
Dunihoo 



Tammara 
Gage 



I 

Morgan 
Edwards 



Tiffany 
Everett 




Jeanne 
Fahey 



Jason 
Gajewski 




Ariana 
Fernandez 




Patriee 


Ashley 


Sara Ann 


Amber 


Lisa 


Finch 


Ford 


Ford 


Fourcault 


Fournie 




Timothy 


Stephanie 


Emily 


Erin 


Emily 


Fraher 


Francis 


Frost 


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Gaddis 




Neal 
Geluck 



Seniors 




Jamie 
Graham 




Drew 


Kyle 


Jamie 


Meghan 


Catherine 


Gericke 


Gerlach 


Gilter 


Gordon 


Graham 




Trissa 
Graham 



Melissa 
Grasle 



Beronte 
Grayson 



Leslie 
Gummersheimer 




Hawkins 



Sarah 
Hedman 



Cheri 
Helldoerfer 



Sean 
Henderson 



Seniors 



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Amber 

He nn 



Joshua 
Hollingsead 



Keith 
Jackson 




Ryan 
Herman 



Niehole 
Hiedon 




Holloway 



Zack 

Hopkins 



Lyndsey 
Hillyard 




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Jake 
Howard 



Zerrick 
Jefferson 



Rebecca 
Jenkins 



Kelley 

Johns 




Melissa 
Hi lines 




Kiesh 
Howard 




Matt 


Angie 


Jennifer 


Ashley 


Brittany 


Hubbard 


Huels 


Hutchison 


[decker 


Jackson 



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Karla 
Johnson 



Seniors 




Daryle 
Jones 



Matt 
Kupferer 




Renee 


Meagon 


Emily 


Barbie 


Lynn 


Kassh 


Kennedy 


Kingsley 


Klaus 


Klostermann 





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Katie 


Tara 


Christopher 


Lauren 


Christina 


Klucker 


Koerkenmeier 


Komorech 


Korte 


Krewinghaus 




Scott 
Kutscher 



Lyndsy 
Lafenhagen 



Kyle 
Lapington 



Seniors 







Cassie 
Leonard 



Brian 
Lomelino 



Lance 
Ma renin 



Miranda 
Maurer 





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Shelley 
Lepere 



Nick 
Lereher 



I 

Jesse 
Lewis 



Lugge 



Luitjohan 



Wendy 
Macewen 



Kristen 
Marsaglia 



Courtenay 
Martin 



Allison 
Martychenko 




an 
McCormick 



Kathryn 
McCrary 



Carolyn 

Xk'C'ulloiiL 




Jessica 
Loepker 




Marcus- 
Mann 




Amy 
Maurer 




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Jessica 
McDonald 



Seniors 




Kimberly 
McGriff 



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Mary 
Mclntyre 



Gregory 
Mennerick 



Kristi 
Mesplay-Schroeder 



Stephen 
Miles 




Timothy 


Richard 


Woodrow 


Sara 


Timothy 


Nagel 


Ness 


Newsom 


Nicholson 


Nikolauzyk 




Erin 


Liz 


Nicole 


J ami 


Nicole 


rdmann 


Norman 


Notorangelo 


Nunn 


Ocheltree 




Nathan 
Rawley 



Jennifer 
Repking 



Rachael 
Reed 



Ellen 
Reilmann 



Kristy 
Reiss 



Beth 
Rinderer 



Devan 
Roosevelt 



Sara 
Rubenacker 



Niehole 
Renneker 




Michael 
Schaal 



Seniors 




acquline 


Lori Ann 


Elizabeth 


Branch 


Misty 


Sheard 


Sheets 


Sherman 


Simmons 


Skinner 




ennifer 


Matthew 


Steve 


Eriea 


Jennifer 


Sligar 


Spotanski 


St Jean 


Stanfill 


Starek 



Seniors 



C\ 



Tim 
Steeg 



Rebecca 

Thomas 




ffis 



Katherine 
Steiger 



Alissa 
Stein 




Jamie 
Stephens 



Robert 
Thomas 



Andrew 
Thompson 



Jacob 
Thornton 



Kasey 
Stogsdil 





Audrey 
Tillman 



Jl^\ 



Jacqueline 


Monica 


Danielle B 


Sara 


Kimberly 


Tissier 


Todich 


Tonnies 


Trask 


Tullock 



Seniors 




Joshua 
Wahlig 



Carl 
Whittaker 



Stanley 
Ware 




Christal 

Waters 




Bethany 
Watkinson 



Atton 
Wiiius 



Chad 
Willard 



Clare 
Willman 



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Patrick 




Jessica 




Varnum 




Vasiloff 


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Kari 
Webster 




Kenneth 


Alicia 


Jared 


Tabitha 


Emily 


Webster 


Weiss 


Weston 


Wheeler 


Whitehead 




Angela 
Wilson 



Seniors 




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Derek Wilson Stephanie Windham Lisa Marie Winkeler TriciaWint 




Abbie Wise 



Ryan Wisnasky 




Angela Wittenbrink Jamie Wolfslau Christina Wolinski Shirley Woods 



Brandon Wright 



Seniors Not Pictured 



Brian Barth 
Stephanie Blankenship 
Jennifer Burnett 
James Clarida 
Danny Costello 
John Dawson 
Charlita Dunn 
Anthony Faleonio 
Brad Fischer 
Troy Fuchs 
William Garrison 
Whitney Gates 
Jamie Graham 
Heather Groennert 
Timanye Hackney 
Sarah Haefner 
Christa Hardy 
Lizzi Harris 
Maria Hartsell 
Jennifer Hasler 
Adam Hill 
Marlene Holtgrave 
Deanna Houseworth 
Candiee Jennings 
Kimberly Johnson 
Derek Jones 
Dustin Kantner 
Jeffrey Klein 
Leah Klostermann 
Michael Langdon 
Dalinda Lewis 
Justin Linn 
Joel Maiyo 



Elliot Mobley 
Lisa Moore 
Earl Morris 
Alice Page 
Rachel Petrus 
Andrew Rains 
Michael Redding 
Rachael Remagen 
Stephanie Robbins 
Christina Robinson 
Sarah Robinson 
Kelly Schlueter 
Travis Shemwell 
Elizabeth Sherman 
Carol Shook 
Christine Simones 
Andrew Smith 
Andrea Sobieralski 
Marty Stewart 
Daniel Stolarski 
Keri Stukenberg 
Cheryl Timmermann 
Kathleen Trantham 
Gregory Uhls 
Lucille Vasquez 
Jennifer Warren 
Jason Watts 
Leila Wheeler 
Christa Whetstone 
Sarah Winkeler 
Sara Witte 
Jacqueline Zink 



Almost Out 

Amy Maurer is all smiles 
as she picks up her cap 
and gown in preparation 
for commencement. She 
and 350 other seniors 
participated in Senior Day 
on April 19, 2006. 




Senior Gift 

Angela Wilson makes her 
Senior Class Gift during 
Senior Day activities 
Graduating Seniors 
donated $3040.79 to the 
McKendree College 
General Fund. 



Juniors 




Lena 
Bunds 



Juniors 




Sarah 


Timothy 


Amanda 


Josh 


Heather 


David 


Dixon 


Donohoo 


Dressier 


Duffield 


Elders 


Elliott 



Juniors 




Steve 


Kami 


Krissy 


Stephanie 


Catherine 


Keith 


Grodeon 


Guymon 


Hackstadt 


Hall 


Hamrick 


Hardy 



Juniors 




Katie 
Hubbard 




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Trinity 


Matthew 


Michael 


Denise 


Emily 


Kathryn 


Hargett 


Harris 


1 larrison Jr 


Harsey 


Hart 


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Megan 
Hoffman 



Emily 
Hohl 


Kelly 
Holdener 




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Lindsey 
Holdert'ield 



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Megan 
Hunter 



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Dennis 
lutehison 




Thomas 
James 



Darcel Adrian 

Johnson Jones 




Juniors 




Christy 


Bryant 


Thomas 


Miki 


LeAnn 


Quinton 


Lutz 


Lyles 


Mahan 


Mannino 


Mansfield 


Marcum 



Juniors 




Laura 
Oughton 



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annier 



Juniors 




Nathan 
Rale\ 



Teresa 
Rivera 




Kelly 
Paproth 


Dustin 
Pelate 


Rebekah 
Perry 

WWBBEM 


Ryan 
Peters 


Cari 
Peterson 

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Allison 
Petzoldt 


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Travis 
Rosenthal 



Luke 
Pope 




Jaclyn 

Ratermann 



Mellisa 

Robert 



Marcus 
Power 



Michael 
Prince 





Jamie 
Rennie 



Nicole 
Richard 



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Natalie 
Robson 



Daniel 
Rosen 






Bonnie 
Rainbolt 




Kendall 
Ripperda 




Nicole 
Rosen 



Monet 
Sanders 



Brian 
Schaefer 



April 
Schatz 



Juniors 




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Natallia 
Sullivan 






Sasha 



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Nicole 
Ta\ lor 



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Nicole Brent 

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Kimberly 
Texier 




Anthony 

Tobias 




Kevin Wilkins Jeffrey Wilson Lauren Wilson Kathry Wisnasky Allison Witt Justin Wolfslau 




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Ashley Worabacher Mark Wonnacott Paul Woodruff Lindsey Young Andrea Zurliene 



Juniors Not Pictured 



Ardell Adams 
Nick Allen 
Hillary Anheuser 
Jaclyn Barczewski 
Myron Bell 
Catherine Bennett 
Barry Bombal 
Aaron Bond 
Jesse Booth 
Marilyn Braun 
James Brewer 
Joshua Brownfield 
Dawn Binder 
Corey Bryant 
Sandra Byas 
Andrew Chaffin 
Shanekia Collins 
Kyle Dan 
Jillian Delabar 



Alice Down 
Ion I dlei 
Amber Garofolo 
Megan Gibbs 
Melanie Goldsborough 
Lee Gross 
Kara Grossniann 
Julianne Harris 
Philip Heller 
Slu'ryl Hobbs 
Bryan Hopkins 
Kevin Jacobsmeyer 
Jacob Janek 
Derek Jarman 
Kenyota Johnson 
Tyla Johnson 
Davett Jones 
Elizabeth Jeuhne 
Tina Juenger 



Michelle Kadonskv 
Ashley Kaufman 
Bryan Kesler 
Ashley Kiet'er 
Ashley Knepper 
Kay Lanfersieck 
Lee Lelea 
Willie Logan 
Staeie MacBush 
Maggie Marquedant 
Maureen Matter 
Patricia Mesnard 
Nikki Morland 
James Napier 
Wendy Ode 
Sophonia Owens 
JoAnne Paluczak 
Ayanna Porter 
Daniel Quinn 



Lindsay Robertson 
Kylie Scobbie 
Danny Sewell 
Jordan Smith 
Megan Smith 
Joel Stults 
Tamara Tally 
Ali Tyson 
Erika Vandyke 
Filip Walotka 
Lindsay Weathers 
David Wellstead 
Kenny Weston 
Anthony Wheatley 
Sabrina Whitt 
Joseph Wilhelm 
Jill Wolfmeier 
Erin Woolery 
Byron Wright 




Friday Night Hockey 

A popular place to go in the fall and 
winter is to the Bearcat hockey games 
at the U.S. Ice Sports rink in Fairview 
Heights. 



Homecoming Festivities 

Sigma Nu guys wave to the 
crowd from their float in the 
homecoming parade 



Sophomores 




Robert 


Jamie 


Adam 


Robert 


Megan 


Crystal 


A ran in 


Ash lord 


Bailey 


Barger 


Barker 


Barrera 




Gary 


Christopher 


Jordan 


Alex 


Ladonna 


Jayme B 


Besl 


Bethel 


Bierman 


Bigley 


Blackburn 


Blandford 



Sophomores 




Anthony 
Clervi 



Ravchdle 
Cole 



I leathei 
Col v in 



Jessica 
Edwards 



Sophomores 




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Jon Amy 

Edwards Elke 



Sherman 
Ellington 



Lucy 
Elliott 



Prajwal 
Devkota 



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Christina 
Edwards 



Kara 
Ellis 




Jacob 
Flick 



\ndrea 
Foil ne 



Kyle 
Foster 



I indse\ 
I uehnc 



Sophomores 




Ashley 
Hayes 



Sophomores 




Ryan 

Klier 



Sophomores 




Sophomores 




Ericka 

Rodgers 



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Rachael 
Roehrig 



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Nathan 
Rushing 



Sophomores 




Benjamin 
Schloesser 



Jamie Jennifer 

Schmidt Schmidt 



Crystal 
Schulte 



Jarid 

Schulte 




Jenna 

Strieker 



Sophomores 




Ashley 


Daniel 


John 


Craig 


Kalian 


Laura 


Vallero 


Van Natta 


Vasiloff 


Vigar 


Virgin 


Walk 




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Jeflrej 
Wingbermuehle 



Rachel 
Witcher 



Joseph 
Witthaus II 



Thomas Wolff 



Sophomores 




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Brandon Wyms 



April York 



Srittany Zahn 



Sophomores Not Pictured 



Helen Allen 
Mallory Broun 
Heather Cathcart 
Christopher Chipman 
Nicholas Dreyer 
Ashley Dunning 
Zachary Fish 
Jessica Fournier 
Amber Giger 
Aaron Glenn 
Pierre Glover 
Brent Grimm 
Matthew Gruenert 
Ann Henke 



Nicholas Hernandez. 
Stephen Hertzog 
Jaime Holshouser 
Nathan House 
Jessica Jones 
Daniel King 
Katie Landfried 
Dennis Maggio 
Edward Monkcn 
Rosemary Okafor 
Brandon Owens 
Glenis Pino 
Sarah Renncgarbe 
Dail Rice 



Natalie Schuster 
Tyler Schwierjohn 
Amanda Simpson 
Michael Sokolowski 
Danyel Staats 
Ashley Stough 
Barbara Stover 
T. A. Sullivan 
Jacob Thomas 
Ashley Tolzmann 
Natalie Turner 
Jenilyn Wahlig 
Japheth Walton 
Julius Whitehead 
Terry Williams 




sach Me Tuesday Open Mic Night 

obby Campbell and Amanda Farrell learn a country dance during a Teach Me Joe Geimer shares his vocal and instrumental talents during the Coffee House 
jesday session in Pearsons Hall. Some of the other sessions for Teach Me sponsored by CAB. 
jesdays this year Included Women's self-defense, Ballroom dancing, and 
icrowave meals. 



First- Year Students 




Heath 
Bohannon 



Jason 
Bohnensti 



Tyler 
Bricker 



First- Year Students 




First- Year Students 




Timothy 
Dew 



Bret 

Dougherty 



Joseph 
Dickman 







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Michelle 

Fohne 



Jason 
Durkee 




Zachanah 


Zaek 


Jordan 


Conor 


Heather 


Jennifer 


Evans 


Faires 


Fark 


Fitzizerald 


Fix 


Fletcher 




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Lucas 
Gehrs 






Victoria 




Shayla 


Crystal 


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Ann 

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Nicole 
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Jerod 

Henderson 



First-Year Students 




Aimee 


Javet 


Ashley 


C'larisa 


Laura 


Cale 


Jackson 


.lames 


Jelks 


Jennings 


Jens 


Johnson 




Brandon 
Kircher 



Alicia 
Kirchner 



First- Year Students 




Brandon Dana 

Lybarger Maedge 



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Brian Andres 

Markway Marque/ 



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Sean 


Katelyn 


Bethany 


Clayton 


Kyle 


Kevin 


Knox 


Kombrink 


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Kremmel 


Kruse 


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Brooke 
Lobb 



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Kristie 
Manning 







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Joseph 
Lofink 




Kyle 
Lovell 







Carlos 
Mann 




Anthony 
Marty 



Andy 
Mas 



First- Year Students 




Amber 
Nikolauzyk 



Shane Jennifer 

O'Brien Ohlemeier 



First- Year Students 




Mark 
Orovan 



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Renee 

Packard 



Eric 
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Kelsey 
Park 



Lee 

Paulsen 




Hailee 
Rummerfield 



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Michael 
Stier 



Larry 
Stokes 



Lee Mark 

Stovall Stovall 



Richard 
Van Scoyk 



Aisha 
Vintes 



Ashley 
Walker 



Cole 

Walker 



Micah 
Walker 



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Matthew Wardel 



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Stephen White Dana Whitfield Josephine Wiegel Laura Winkeler Steven Wise 



Amelia Wofford 



Emily Zitta Havlev Zimmaier 



First-Years Not Pictured 



Raehel Almond 
Nishant Amatya 
Stephanie Bartosz 
Matthew Brandt 
Andrew Branz 
Aaron Breitbarth 
Barry Brown 
Melanie Brown 
Melinda Childs 
Charlotte Clark 
Mathew Coad 
Otis Eanes 
Kimberly Emerick 
Nicole Holcomb 
Larry Hundsdorfer 
Halimat Ismaila 
Darron King 
Timothy Manville 
Joseph Nattier 



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Lindell Presley 
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Home Sweet Dorm 

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Hail to Thee Our Dear 
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Emily Best and Kelsey 
Park sing the McKendree 
fight song during 
convocation. 




Jennifer aka "Sweet Pea," 

Congratulations! We are so 
proud of you and all you have 
accomplished. You are a 
wonderful daughter and sister. 
May all of your dreams come 
true. 

We Love You! 

Mom, Dad, and Christopher 




Rick. 

From your first day 

of pre-school to 

your last day of 

college, it's been a 

blast! 

With much love 

and pride. 

Mom 




Sami, 

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you! We always 

knew you would 

succeed in whatever 

you chose to do. May 

you reach all the rest 

of your goals in life. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad. Jenny, 

Grandma, and 

Grandpa 





Erica, 

Congratulations! 

We are so proud 

of you. Hope 

your party is a 

blast. 

Love, 

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Sean, 
About time!! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



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Leslie, 

It seems just a short 
time ago that you 
started first grade. We 
blinked and you were 
graduating from high 
school. Now, you 
have accomplished 
another wonderful 
chapter in your life as 
you graduate from 
college. You've grown 
into a beautiful and 
successful young 
woman. We are so 
proud and we look 
forward to sharing with 
you the anticipation 
and excitement of 
graduate school and 
beyond. God bless 
you. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Tegan 




Devin, 

Congratulations! A Iways follow 

your dreams! We are proud of 

you! 

Love, 

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suddenly became a family. You, at that moment, began to bring 
such happiness and love to our lives From that day on, the 
happiness, love, andpride has only grown with each level of your 
life's accomplishments Congratulations and remember the 
memories that we now treasure and hold so dear in our hearts, will 
always remind us that the world was given a eery special gift. Be 
strong and may God bless each and every day of your life's journey. 
Lure. 
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You have veiy 

successfully completed 

your college leg of life's 

journey. We are so 
proud of you. May the 
rest of your journey be 
full of fun, excitement, 

health, happiness, 

prosperity, and love. 

Love forever, 

Mom and Dad 




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You deserve all the credit. You worked very hard; this honor is 
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The next step is going out and start doing what you want. 
Guess what? You have to work very hard again. You did it 
once; you will do it again. Everything you need and want is out 
there; you will find it. You know what you want, and you will do 
it. 

Your brother, dad, and I love you, support you and will 
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Editor's Note 




Wow! This year really flew by. One minute it was 
Homecoming; I blinked and graduation was over. All in 
all, I had a load of work, but I had fun doing it. 
Somewhere in between classes, work, an internship, 
and senior thesis was the yearbook I went into this year 
with some ma|or doubts. First. I had to deal with a new 
yearbook advisor who had never worked on a yearbook 
Second, I basically had no staff, almost everyone from 
the year before left me. Lastly, I had no time and I was 
graduating. After a couple of stress relieving breaths, I 
was ready to face my doubts. I met Jeff Campbell, the 
new advisor. He had some great ideas and plans for the 
book. This made me start feeling a little better about the 
direction we were heading. During the first week of 
school Jeff and I did some recruiting for staff members. 

I couldn't believe the turnout. About 30 people expressed some interest. After the first few months the staff 
shrank down to about 10 dedicated individuals. I couldn't have asked for a better advisor or staff. Although I 
myself didn't have enough time in the day, with the help of the staff we were able to get things accomplished. 
The result is this exciting book of a year at McKendree. 

Now I would like to leave a little personal note to each of my staff members. James - I can't believe the 
amount of events you were able to attend and photograph. Thank you for sharing. Beth - Thank you for all the 
help in keeping me and the photos organized. Your dedication will make you a great co-editor next year. AJ - 
Your comic relief was much needed. Thanks for making time in your busy schedule to work on the staff. 
Sarah - Thanks for coming back to work on the staff. I enioyed having you back. Lauren - I was glad to have 
someone with yearbook experience on the staff. Have fun next year as co-editor and don't worry, you will learn 
who people are. Josh - I wish you would have had time to co-edit with me again this year. I enioyed the 
singing and story time that you provided. Tina - I wish I would have seen you more often. You were an 
excellent and much needed proofreader. Dani - Thanks for taking photos and offering your help. Sorry for 
almost killing you at Dr. Jazz with the peanut butter. Chris - You were a piece of work, but a great idea man. 
Hope you enjoy the cover. Jeff - You did a good |ob as a first time yearbook advisor. Hope you have fun and 
good luck with the years to come. 

Well, I loved my time here at McKendree and as yearbook editor. I hope in the future when I come back as 
an alumna I see many more interesting yearbooks in the shelves at the Alumni House. 

Sami Harriss 



The Staff 

James Cole, Photographer; Beth Newman, Photo 
Editor/Layout; Adrian Jones. Photographer/Layout; 
Sarah Haas, Layout; Lauren Hettenhausen, Layout; 
Josh Hollingsead, Photographer/Layout; Jeff 
Campbell, Advisor; and Sami Harriss, Editor. Not 
pictured: Dam Loucks. Tina Napper, and Chris 
Andrews. 




Acknowledgements 

The yearbook staff would like to thank everyone who made this book possible. 
Special thanks goes to Kim Lobrmg, Melissa Haas, Rick Windham, Scott 
Cummings. and Michele Peck for sharing their photographs Thanks also to Gabe 
Shapiro's Composition Class for writing many articles. Thanks to Institutional 
Advancement for the use of their computers and facility and to Information 
Technology for setting up our yearbook drive and giving our staff access Many 
thanks to the parents and vendors that bought advertisements and helped fund our 
book. Thanks to Ed Sugden for being our Jostens representative and the Jostens 
photographers for taking student photos. We also want to thank Jeff Campbell for 
lumping in head first without knowing what he was getting into and being a great 
advisor. The biggest thanks to the McKendree community for giving us a great 
year and exciting yearbook 



Index 



A 



yhhoii. Fiona 112 
Abrahams, Greg 55, 63, 98 
Abrahams, Gregory 64 
Ackerman. Marie 122 
Adair, Brandon 43, 63, 112 
Adamick. Peggv 62 
Adams. Ardell 71) 
Adams, Car! 69, 132 
Adams, Cor} 72. 122 
Adams, Denise 87, 112 
Addison. Sara MS 
\gnc. Bethany 132 



Mill 



. Rv 



122 



Mbers, Carrie 132 

\lbcrs, Rachcle 98 
Uberson, Corej 70,98 
Aldridge, Courtnej 74. 87, 122 
Aldridge, \\ ilia 98 
Alencar, Higor 72, 122 
Alewine.Dr. Alan 31. 90 
Alexander, Jeremy 122 
Vllali, Myles 132 
Allen. Donald 70, 132 



MM. 



Ta 



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Almond. Rachel 82 
Uvin.Jo) (.2, 112 



n. Mi 



62 



Amann, Rebekah 37. 43. 50, 54. 63. 98 

Amerson. Lindsay 22.74. 132 

Anderegg, Robert 90 

Anderson. Carrie 112 

Anderson. David 47. 122 

Anderson. Kellie 58. 112 

Anderson, Kresecnda 69. 122 

Anderson. Lauren 78. 122 

Andrews. Bobbj 37. 52. 57. 1 1 2 

Andrews, Chris 37 

Andrews, Christopher 30, 42. 132 

Xndrews. Dimel 60 

\ndriu. Mikail 30, 98 

Angelo, \manda 88. 132 

Angcln, Dominic 88, 122 

Arayn. Jason 35 

Arentsen,( asie 74, 132 

Armhruster. Katie 78. 122 

Arnold, lames 72. 122 

Aronin. Robert 122 

Arview, Carolyn 60 

Ashford, Jamie 122 



Atta 



on 



Autenrieb, Lori 41, 61, 85, 98 

\y ran. Jason 32. 35. 36. 37. 40. 112 



B 



Babinsky, Nicole 62 

Badgett, Cassandra 112 

Bagby, Barb 60 

Baig. Sha/ad 2. 90 

Bailey, Adam 52. 76. 77. 122 

Bailey, Rachel 50. 87. 98 

Baker, DeAnna 47. 66. 98 

Baldwin. Margaret 132 

Barger. Bobby 72 

Barger. Denise 54 

Barger. Eric 75. 98 

Barger, Robert 122 

Barker. Megan 17. 40. 52. 56, 12 

Barnes. Samunt ha 132 

Ban 

Bar 



i 78 



:rystal8,54, 122 
Barrows. Brittany 122 
Basinki. Joshua MS 
Batchelor, Gareth 72, 132 
Bauer. Todd 86. 98 
Baumgart. Amj 40. 44. 45. 1 1 
Beall. Michael 26 



Bean. Evelyn 67, 87, 90 
Beatty, Christopher 70, 98 
Beaven, Lowell 122 

Beck. Katie 58. 73. 112 

Becker. Alicia 122 

Becker. Erin 98 

Becker. Scott 98 

Beeker. Travis 70, 132 

Begley. Debbie 62. 112 

Behrns. Amanda 62. 112 

Beiber, Jennifer 14 

Beimfohr, Joseph 70, 132 

Beldcn. Zanc 36, 112 

Belding. Morgan 62 

Bell, Dustin 78, 122 

Bell. Josh 86. 112 

Bell, Tatyana 51, 132 

Bell Jr. Myron 51, 112 

Belling, Jcssalyn 16, 17. 35. 48, 1 12 

Bellm, Chris 86, 122 

Belmonte, Heather 47. 132 

Ben Guadeba, Fai/.a 98 

Bendoraitis. Joseph 35. 70. 98 

Benn. I.amont 70. 98 

Bennett, Kettra 47, 69, 112 

Bennett. Richard 132 

Bennett. I abilha 47 

Bergdolt. Janette 62 

Berger, Denise 78, 122 

Bernhardy, Michael 23.98 

Berry. Jodi Mil 

Best, Emily 4, 82, 132. 142 

Best, Gary 7, 48. 122 

Bethel, Christopher 76, 122 

Betz, Christine 85 

Bet?. Christine K 85, 112 

Bhandari. Kuniud 132 

Bhutto, Shaheera 132 

Bieher. Jennifer 99 

Bierman, Jordan 70, 75, 122 

Biggerstafl. Brittany 87. 132 

Biggs. Adam 27. 38. 43. 63. 64. 65, 99 

Biggs. Matt M0 

Bigley, Ale\ 30, 44. 64. 122 

Billhart/. Scott 90 

Bisto, Dennis 132 

Bistro. Dennis 72 

Bivins 74 



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Black. Matt 112 
Black. Melinda 99 
Blackburn 88 
Blackburn. Joshua 112 
Blackburn. Justin 88, 132 
Blackburn, Ladonna 122 
Blackwell, Rebecca 99 
[(landlord. Jay me B 64, 122 
Blasdel, Joseph 90 
Bleisch, Dan 72, 123 
Blick. Lauren 99 
Bohinger. Martin 132 
Hock in. Km 112 
Boden. Krysli 17. 123 
Boehne, Jim 86, 90 
Boester, Kristine 1 12 
Boggs. David 64, 911 
Bohannon. Heath 70. 132 
Bohnenstiehl, Jason 55. 132 
Bond. Aaron 811 
Bond. Brandon 76 
Bonds. Lena 56, 112 
Booth. Jesse 86 
Basse. Dr. Murella 63. 9(1. 97 
Boslian. Rebecca 25. 9(1 
Boudreau. Dr. Brenda 9(1 
Bowers. Bruce 90 
Hovel, .iter. Kelly 62,68. 123 
Boyd, Shekinah 99 
Buyer, Kelly 132 
Bo/sa. Sara 99 
Bradford, Kvlc7(i. 132 



Bradfute, Everette 51. 52. 99 
Brading, Travis 1 12 
Bradley, Sherri 112 

Bradley. Wendy 27.99 
Brandt. Malt 75 
Branger, Adricnnc 123 
Branz, And) 70 
Breitharth. \aron 70 
Brendel, Ryan 99 
Brethauer. Rob 132 
Bricker, Tyler 75, 132 
Brien 70 
Brierly, Jim 90 
Brierly, Raymond 123 
Bright, Kimberly 99 
Brilley. Timothy 99 
Briner. Emily 123 
Brinkmeyer, Heather 85. 112 
Broaddus. Matt 17.37. 112 
Brown. Angela 99 
Brown. Jonathan 36. 123 
Brown. Stephanie 76, 123 
Brown. TilTani 99 
Brown field, Sharon 90 
Bruder, Dawn 112 
Brumit, Crystal 99 
Bryan, Brittany 82, 123, 153 
Bryant. Corey 6 
Brvant. Rachel 35. 47.99 
Buchheim. Meagan 47, 87. 123 
Buck, Larry 123 
Buehlhorn. Beth 90 
Buehlhorn. Jeremy 123 
Buehnc. Adam 40, 86. 123 
Bundey . Jason 55 
Bundy, Jason 72. 123 
Burge. Erie 57. 70, 99 
Burger. Steve 90 
Burke, lantha 76 
Burke. Keith 90 
Burke. Yantey 123 
Burnett. Jennifer 99 
Burns. Jim M0 
Busekrus. Jackie 123 
Bush, Valerie 90 
Bynoe, Curtley 76, 123 
Bynum. Kadie 113 
liv num. Katie 64 



c 



Cagnon. Carlv 68 

Caldwell. James 99 

Calvert. Ryan 72. 113 

Cameron, Kristina 62 

Camiliere. Jr.. Michael 113 

Camiliere Jr., Michael 70 

Campbell, Brent 75. 133 

( ampbell. Jeff 42. 59. 90. 97. 152 

Campbell, Kristin 90 

Campbell, Mari 133 

Campbell, Mark 90 

(ampbell, Rohhy 16.40.44.47,48.49.64, 

123,131 

Campbell, Robert 30 

Carlos 72 

Carmell. Sue 11 

Carney. Erica 35, 56. 123 

Carpenter, Jerry 99 

Carroll. Emily 27, 62, 100 

Carter, Camden 133 

Carthy. Brad 113 

Carthy, Janet 90 

Casper, Daniel 55, 57, 123 

Catlin, David 30, 40, 64, 76, 113 

Chambers. Andrew 55. 133 

Chambers, Danielle 9, 56, 100 

Chambers, Kurt 100 

Chambers. Pam 90 

Cbamling. \i(i/ 123 



(handler. William 133 

Chappell 73 

(happell. Nicole 123 

Chaput. Rebecca 100 

Chase, Diana 123 

Chcesman. \ndrew 88. 133 

Cheesman, Mike 40, 70, 113 

Cherukuri. I'oorna 90 

Chisamore, Dannv 78 

Chisamore, III. Danny 123 

Chronister. James 133 

Chronister, Jim 78 

Cipfl. Dr. Joseph 90 

Clapp, Adam 70 

Clapp. Jack 100 

Clapp, Nathanacl 133 

(lark. Rachel 40. 69. 133 

Clemente. Mandi 133 

Clervi, Anthony 8, 86, 123 

Cleveland. Katelyn 73, 133 

dipper. Dr. Boh 90 

Coale, Jesse 88, 133 

Coats, Eva 123 

Coble, Erin 40, 56, 123 

Coelho, Dr. Joseph 57 

Cole, Crystal 3. 47, 51, 54, 113 

Cole, James 42. 43, 44, 58. 123. 15 

Cole. Katie 47 

Cole. Laron 133 

Cole. Ray Ray 73 

Cole, Raycheile 123 

Coleman. Chase 70. 133 

Coleman. Shiriela 1 13 

Collins. Chris 62 

Collins m, Michael 113 

Colv in. Heather 123 

Combs. BriKani 133 

Comedo. Leah 87, 113 

Conner. Erin 34. 36, 47, 124 

Connor. Adam 40, 70, 133 

Conrad. Dominique 70, 113 

Cook, Melissa 37. 1 13 

Coolidge. Tasha 82. 113 

Cope. Laura 133 

Curlev 70 

Corley, Tyson 133 

Cornell. Derek 16.70. 133 

Costello. Danny 72 

Counts. Bill 91 

Courtney. Sasha 100 

Orwell, Thomas 100 

Cox, Laura 73, 113 

( rallev,Renee60.62 

Cravens. Kelsey 4, 9. 74. 133 

Crawford, Zacharj 75, 133 

Creek, Jeffrey 100 

Crihbet. Cash 70. 133 

Crider. Colleen 74 

Crider. Lesley 58, 1 13 

Crow, Alicia 57. 65. 100 

Crowe, Kyle 133 

Cummings. Paula 91 

Cummings. Scott 91 

s. Bohhy 78. 100 
lingham. Collin 86, 133 
lings. Chris 11.70. 100 



D 



Dabbs. Danielle 113 
Daesch. Maria 25. 91 
Dale, Eric 133 
Daniel, Carol 20 
Daniels. Chris 70 
Daniels. Christopher I. 
Daniels. Patti 25,91 
Dare, Deidre 62 
Darnold, Sara 48. 133 
Dashley. Deanna 100 
Dauer. James 113 



Index 



Daugherty, Leslie 91 

Davis, .Inlin 76 
Davis. Kyle 70, 133 
Davis, Lawrence 70, 124 
Davis, Marie 113 
Davis, Mist) VI 
Dawson. Dr. Susan 91 
Dawson, John 50, SS, 58 
Day. Michael [33 
Day Jr.. Michael 70 
Daylor, Marj Frances 15. 25. Ml 
Deboer, Christina 43. 47. 54. 124 
Diets, \lc\is 113 
Defranco, Matthew 133 
Delahar. Jill 73 
Delaney, Brendon 70, 100 
Demoulin, Stephen Mill 
DcMoulin. Steve 72 
Dempster, Codi 74, 113 
Dempster. Maria 124 
Dennis. Dr. James 2, 15, 21). Ml 



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Dent, .la Knn 13, 36. 37. 51, 70, 113 

Deters, (Catherine 58, 124 

Deters, Miranda 56, 58, 113 

Devkota, Prajwal 124 

Dew, Tim 72 

Dew, linmthy 134 

Dickhauc. Melinda 113 

Dickman, Joe 411 

Dickman, Joseph 86, 134 

Dienell, Katie 124 

Diers. Rehckah 44. 78. 79, 134 

Dietrich. Brad 72 

Dietrich, Bradley 124 

Dill. Kill 91 

Dill. William 88 

Dillingham, Koh 16 

Dine, Valerie 134 

Dinkelman. Brian 86. Kill 

Dintelman, Clint 86, 124 

Dinlelman. Lauren 62. 1110 

Dinwiddle, Carlton 52, 113 

Dippold, Devin 3, 12. IS. 47. 60, 65. 100, 

144 

Dixon, Sarah 62, 85, 113 

Dockery, Ann 100 

Doherty, Nathan 100 

Donahue, Chris 75 

Donahue. Christopher 134 

Donley, Danielle 124 

Donohoo, Timothy 113 

Don/e. Charles 75. 134 

Doren, Brooke Van 27 

Doroscan, Dorinel 91 

Dotson, Amanda 3, 26, 60, 65. 100 

Dougherty, Bret 70, 134 

Dougherty, Dora 83 

Douthit, Casandra 134 

Drake. Jim 91 

Dressier. Amanda 113 

Dreyer, Nick 75 

Duff, Dr. Gerald 20,24,66,91 

Duff, Gerald loo 

Dutlicld. Josh 113 

Dulanev, CJ 33, 43 

Dulle. riffanj 134 

Dulski. Brian 91 

Duncan. Mabel 83 

Duncan. Myrtle 83 

Dunigan, Jermaine 3. 134 

Dunih Brooklyn 82, 101 

Dunning, Ashley 124 
Duran, Santiago 72, 134 
Durkee, Jason 134 
Dussold. Dr. Christopher 58 
Dustin 72 



tails. Kelly 74. 134 



Echelbarger, Eric 80, 91 
Fddingion. Jantzen 50,91 
Edgar, Bryan 70, 134 
Edwards, Christina 124 
Edwards, Cynthia 8 



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Edwards, Jon 124 

Edwards, Morgan 101 

Edwards, Kcv. Ralphs 

Edwards, Thomas 70, 134 

Eggleston, Dr. Tami 12. 15. 65. 91, 121 

Eichelberger, Kim 91 

Lichen. Margaret 62 

Elders, Heather 82, 113 

F.Ike, Ann 124 

Ellington, Sherman 70, 124 

Elliot, Lucj 73 

Elliott, David 113 

Elliott, Lucy 56. 124 

Ellis, Kara 40, 56, 58, 124 

Ellis, Stephen 114 

Embrich, Amanda 134 

Enyart, Brook 37, 78, 114 

Ergle, Chris 134 

Erinolu, Omoniyi 72, 134 

Fssenpreis, Ben 58, 114 

Kssenpreis. Jesse 72, 124 



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, .lared 3, 16. 24. 33. 35. 47. 49, 64. 



Evans, Mike 91 
Evans, Zachariah 75, 134 
Everett, Anna 3, 18,47, 114 
Everett, Tiffany 75, 101 
Eversgerd, Kyle 27, 70, 114 
Lu'tscmilan. Dr. Frank 25. 66. 'II 



Fagan, Kick 3. 23. 26. 55. 124 

Fahey, Jeanne III! 

Fahrenhorst, Timothy 36,70.71. 114 

I aires. Zack 134 

Fancher, Cheryl 60 

Lark. Jordan 70, 134 

Farrell, Amanda 16. 3(1. 47. 48. 64. 124. 131 

Feher, Dr. James 91 

Felippo, Anto 73 

Felippo, Vnlonella 124 

Ferguson, Rachel 74. S7, 114 

Fernandez, \riana III] 

Fero. Dr. George 91 

Ferrell. Marie 91 

Finch. Patrice 101 

Finley. Jason 47, 124 

Finley, Marv 60 

Fischer, Brad 67, 80, 81 

Fischer. Hrenda 14 

Fisher. Jeff 25 

Fisher, .lolene 12. 41.61. 114 

Fitzgerald, Conor 88, 134 

Fix, Heather 69, 134 

Fletcher, Jennifer 7, 134 

Flick, Jacob 86, 124 

Flinn, Kevin 88, 134 

Flowers. Ann 134 

Flowers, Mariano 70 

Fohne, Andrea 124 

Fohne, Michelle 134 

Folk. Dr. Patrick 43, 63, 91, 97 

Ford, Ashley 26, 101 

Ford, Sara 59 

Ford, Sara Ann 59. 101 

Former. Jill 47 

Foster. Kyle 124 

Foster. Shelli 124 

Fourcault, \mber 58. 101 

Fournie. Lisa 101 

Fouts, Heather 47, 56, 134 

Fox, Jennifer 114 



Fraher. Tim 78 
Frailer. Timothy 101 
Francescon, Nickolas 70. 1 14 
Francis, Stephanie 101 
Franklin. Paul 76 
Frawley, Kelly 23, 37, 54, 63. 114 
Frederking, Dr. Brian 12.91 
Frerking, Lacej 16,76, 1 14 
Frierdich, Eric 72 
Frizzo, Lauren 37, 40, 124 
I roding Vdams, Sue 91 
Frosi. Emily 61. Illl 
Frv.F.rin 101 
Fuchs, Michelle 58. 114 
Fuchs. Troj 26. 72 
Fuehne, Lindsej 124 
Fuehne, Stacy 58, 114 
Fulton. Nicholas 125 
Furlong, Lindsay 134 
Fust III, George 125 
Fuzessery, Brittany 73. 125 



(l 



Gaddis, Emily 101 

Cage. 1 ammara 17. 23. 44. 52. 59. 7S. Illl 

Gagnon. Carlv 134 

Gain, Hollej 40.47. 114 

Gajewski, Jason 86, 101 

Calea/, Tiffany 37,54, 114 

Galle, Victoria 47, 135 

Calli. Me\ 13.40.70. Illl 

Galloway, Shayla 51, 76, 135 

Ganschinietz, Allison 40, 47, 125 

Garcia, Crystal 30, 73, 135 

Garcia, Maricela 125 

Garland, Ashley 114 

Garrett, Yasanne 39, 101 

Garrison, Julie 40, 82, 135 

Gass, Chris 64 

Gauble, Mike 25 

Gavilskv. Emily 36.40. 135 

Gay, Bobby 125 

Gehrs, Jacob 70, 135 

Gehrs, Lucas 70, 135 

Geimer, Joseph 44, 125. 131 

(, cluck. Seal 101 

Gericke, Drew 27, so. 102 

Gerlach, Kyle 102 

(icrler.su/an82. 125 

Gerstner. Brent 70. 125 

Gerstner, Karen 91 

Gibbs,Jesse37,57, 114 

Gibson, Marcy 74. 114 

Giemer, Joe 55 

Giescking, Karen 58 

tides. Marsha 91 

Gilter, Jamie 102 

Gippo, Jan 21 

Gisher. Zachary 86. 135 

Gitlo. Josh 78 

Git Joshua 125 

Gladis, George 37, 1 14 
Glasscock, Elizabeth 114 
Glenn, Aaron 1 1 
Gloeckner, Elizabeth 39, 61, 114 
Gnaedinger, Deanna 43, 135 
Goddard, Marsha 92 
Godfrey, David 70, 135 
(ion/ale/. Emily 30,47. 125 
Goodman, Nicholas 135 
Goodwin, Samantha 92 
Gordon, Dr. Bclsv 65,92 
Gordon, Heather 32. 92 
Gordon, Linda 92 
Gordon, Meghan 102 
Gostowski, David 125 
Graham, Catherine 27, 102 
Graham. Jamie 50. 54. 64. 102 
Graham. John 92 



Graham, I rissa 27,40,59,82, 
Graham-Hyatt, Khulilah 35.9 
Gramlich, Cara 135 
Grasle. Melissa 102 
Graves, Vmanda 125 
Graves. Mandy 7.40 
Gray, Anna 92 
Gray, Russell 92 
Grayson, Beronte 27. 70. 102 
Green. Andrew 70, 135 
Greenfield, Dr. John 39, 61, 6! 
Greer, vntonio 135 



Ter 



135 



Gregory, k\lc72. 114 
Gregory, Stephen 57. 12 
. Becky 64. 125 



Grimm, Brenl 75 
Grimm, Terry 75 

Grndcon, Sieve 114 
Grogan, Matt 88, 125 
Grommet, Caitlin 125 

Grose, Robbie 88, 125 

Gross, Lee 76 

Gross, Sarah 125 

Gruencrt. Mall 72 

Grander. Anuis 135 

Gryzmala, Catherine 3d. 47. 125 

Cumber, James 92 

Gumniersheinier. Leslie 24. 27, 35. 57. 102 

Guy num. Kami 114 

II 

Haas. Sarah 24. 32. 33. 125. 152 

Haase, Aaron 70, 125 

Hackney. Timanyc 61 

Hackstadt. Krissy 40, 56. 58, 1 14 

Haertling, Devin 27, 102 

Hagegeorge, Kurl 16 

Hale.Jeremi 135 

Hallnnd. Dr. Irwin 43. 63. 66. 92 

Hall, Chris 92 

Hall, Stephanie 40. 47, 114 

Hampton, Santiago 72, 125 

llamrick. ( alhcrinc 16. 4(1. 69. 1 14 

Hankins. Dr. Dawn 92 

Hardy, Christa 61 

Hardy, Keith 114 

Hare 7S 

Hare. Travis 102 

Hargctt. Trinity 115 

Harmon. Sandv 54 

Harres, Cole 72, 125 

Harris. Amber 47. 125 

Harris, Jake 70 

Harris, Julianne 10.69 



. Mi.i 



i 59 



I Is 



s, Sylvester 135 

s. William 135 

son. Rev. I im 16.92 

son Jr. Michael 51. 70. 115 

ss. Brian 76 

ss. John 92 

ss, Samantha 25, 42. 65, lo. 



Harroff. Bill 65. 92 
Harry, Bethan) 47. 102 
Harsey, Denise 1 15 
Hart, Emily 82. S3. 115 
Hascnslah, Mli 125 
Hasheidcr. Kalbrvn 58, 82. S3. 115 
Hasheider, Kelly S2. 102 
Haskins. Dr. William 92 
Hastings, Vmanda 135 



II. i 



I )\ 



Haltle. l.e 

Haugen, Kenneth 135 



Index 



Haugen, Levi 88 

Haupt. /.ach 76 

Huusmann, Miki 92 

Hawkins, Andrea 7. 35, 43, 56. 63. 87, 1 15 

Hawkins, Lindsey 11. 17,44. 1112 

Haye, Allan 76, 125 

Haven, I ami 62 

Haves. Ashley 16.73. 125 

Haves. Johnnj 4. 135 

Haves. Margaret 135 

Heck, Matt 55 

Heck. Matthew 115 

Hedman, Sarah 78, 1112 

Hedtkamp. Ann 135 

Heil,Jacob3, IX, 33, 126 



ll,n. 



i 92 



Helldoerf er, Cheri 62, 1112 
Heller. Phil 75 
Hellmann. Matthew 126 
Hellmann, Nicole 135 
llcmpcl. < asev ^2 
Henderson, Jerod 135 
Henderson, Mary 3, 45, 135 
Henderson, Sean 3, IS. «.<), 1(12 
Henke. Ann 73 
Henn. Amber 103 
Henseler, Zannv 75. 126 
Henshaw, Dr. Michael 57, 65. 9; 



II. 



.s.N.i 



Herlein, l'r. 32 

Herman. Ryan 103 

Heth, Jason 78, 126 

Hcttcnhausen. Lauren 32. 37. 42. 135. 152 

Heupel, Casey 135 

Hicks. Adam 70, 88, 126 

Hicks. Christin 115 

Higdon, Nichole 103 

Hilding, Mary 52. 126 

Hill. Adam 86 

Hill, Kellen 70, 115 

Hill. Tanesha 76 

Hillyard. Lvndsev 103 

Hilnies. Melissa 103 

Hinckley, Daryl 136 

Hint/. Brett 70, 136 

Hitchens, Oreg 72 

Hitchens. Oregon 126 

Hodapp, Allen 115 

Hodges, David 136 

Hoerchler, Jamie 136 

Hoffman, Alan 58 

Hoffman, Megan 115 

lli.llmann.Holl> 126 

Hogan, Holly 73, 136 

Hoguc. Annette 136 

Hohl, Emilj 17. 44, 45, 52, 56, 1 15 

Hohl. Vernon 92 

Hohrein, Joe 92 

Holdener, Kelly 115 

Holderlield. Lindsey 115 

Hollingsead, Joshua 39, 41, 42. 43, 61. 63. 

103. 152 

Hnllovvay. Warren 103 

Holper. i.uanna 16 

Holtgrave, Suellen 92 

Honeywell, Craig 88, 136 

Hopkins. Bryan 55, 57, 70, 115 

Hopkins, Nicholas 70. 126 

Hopkins, Zack 70, 103 

Horner. Krislv 25. "2 

Morion. Kimhcrly 136 

Horton, Scott 72. 136 

Houk. Debbie 92 

House. Nathan 70 

Howard, Jake 70, 103 

Howard, Kiesh 4, 44, 52, 103 

Howe. Heather 115 

Howell, Christ) 62 

Hubbard, \shlcy 136 

Hubbard. Bethany 47, 126 

Hubbard, Heidi 115 



Hubbard. Katie 12. 36. 40. 73. 1 15 
Hubbard. Matt 103 
Hiibcr. Quinn 136 
Hudson, Chad 51, 70, 126 
Huels, Angie 103 
Huelsman. Jenna 35, 126 
Huelsinann, Olenda 92 
Humphrey. Elena 62 
Hundsdorfer, Larry 92 
Hunter, Fred 71 
Hunter, Megan X8, 115 
llupcl. * asey 52 
Huslcdde, Kim 92 
Hustedde, Kristin 75 
Hustedde, Roselyn93 
Hutchinson, Jennifer 66 
Hutchison. Dennis 1 15 
Hutchison, Jennifer 65. 103. 143 
Hutton, Winston 76, 126 
Huxford, Dr. Lyn 2, 37, 65, 93 



103 



ldecker. Ashley 6 
[gel, Brad 115 

llges. Kyle 75. 126 
Ismalia. llalimat 76 
Isom, Richard 88. 136 



Jacks 



I «, 



Jackson. Amber 6. 37. 50. 54. 57. 1 15 

Jackson, Brittany 44, 45, 87. 103 

Jackson. Keith 70. 103. 145 

Jackson. Lola 93 

Jacob, Keith 75. 126 

Jacob. Shirley 93 

Jacobsen, Lrik 1 15 

Jacobsmeyer, Kevin 72 

Jacoby, Leah 126 

Jahn. K\lc88. 126 

James 88 

James. Javet 78, 136 

James, Thomas 115 

Jameson. Natalie 73. 115 

Janek, Jacob 70 

Janek. Jake 88 

Jankowska, Agnics/ka 76 

Jantzen Eddington. 35 

Jefferson, Zerrick 103 

Jeffrey, Amanda 115 

Jelks. Ashley 22, 136 

Jenkins. Rebecca 103 

Jenning. Kari 52 

Jennings. Candice 59 

Jennings, Clarisa 76. 136 

Jennings, Dr. David 57. 93 

Jennings. Kari 6. 37. 126, 153 

Jens. Laura 56, 69, 136 

Jewett. Dr. Thomas 62, 93 

Johns. Kellcy 103 

Johns. Rachel 30. 126 

Johnson. Angie 60 

Johnson. Bob 89 

Johnson, C'ale 86. 136 

Johnson, Darcel 1 15 

Johnson. Jackie 30 

Johnson. Joshua 126 

Johnson. Karla 57, 87. 103 

Johnson. Sara 16, 17,85. 126 

Johnson. Virginia 93 

Jones. Adrian 6. 13. 35, 37. 42. 44. 45, 51, 

52.115, 152 

Jones. Bradley 115 

Jones. Darvlc 27. 70. 104 

Jones. DaVett 59 



Jones. Jeffrey 4. 136 
Jones. Niquc 126 
Jones. Raphael 126 
Jones. Valerie 104 
Jordan. Brandi 136 
Jordan, Donielle 57. 65. 1 
Josh 88 

Juehnc, Beth 93 
Juenger, Tina 1 Ift 
Jung. Amber 136 
Jung, Samantha 136 



K 



Kadonskv. Michelle 47. 54. 62 
Kahlil, Jackie 611 
Kahrholf. JoAnn93 
Kane. Mary 27, 47. 52. 1114 
Kannewuri, Steve 78 
Kunnewurf. Steven 116 
Kantner. Dusty 86 
Kasper. Adam 93 
Kasslv.Rcncc 104 
Kasson. Terese 58. 93 
Keener, Jonathon 86, 126 
Kemp, Dr. Jacqueline 63, 93 
Kennedy, Meagon 104 
Kennedy, Nicholas 86, 116 
Kessler, Dan 72 
Kessler. Daniel 136 
Kesterson, Melailie 136 
Kettwich, Kellen 62, 86. 116 
Kiefer. Cindy 93 
Kimmel. Tyler 116 

Kiiumlc. Amber 1 16 

King. Danny 70 

King. Jane 93 

Kingsley, Kmily 27.63. 104 

Kirchcr. Brandon 70, 136 

Kirchncr. Alicia 4. 19. 136 

Kirk. Jordan 136 

Kirk, Nicole 38 

Kirts, Dr. Jean 93. 97 

Kisgen 88 

Kisgen. James 93 

Kissel. Stephen 32. 37, 136 

Klaus, Amanda 36. 69, 116 

Klaus, Barbie 25, 69, 104 

Kleuskens. Kyle 136 

Klier, Jarrnd 70, 116 

Klier, Ryan 70, 126 

Kloppedal. Lisa 60 

Kloppenburg, Brian 33. 47. 48. 64. 1 16 

Kloss, Amber 126 

Klostermann. Lynn 82, 104 

Klucker. Katie i»4 

Knipping, Sarah 136 

Knobbe. Joe 116 

Knobeloch, Michael 38. 63. 1 16 

Knolholl. Nick 116 

Knoll, Andrea 3, 18, 35. 54, 60. 116 

Knoll. Scan 80 

Knopp. Seth 126 

Knott. Mark 116 

Knox, Sean 137 

Koerkenmeier, Lisa 40. 56. 126 

Koerkenmeier. Tara 104 

Koester. Megan 93 

Koirala. Sudarsun 6. X. 16. 22. 23. 30. 35 



14. 



-I. 



' 104 



Kombrink, Katelyn 74, 82, 137 
Komorech, Chris 33 
Komorech, Christopher 33. 63. 104 
Korte. Lauren 59, 104 
Kowzan, Bethany 137 
Kreer. Jacqueline 62. 116 
Kremmel 70 
Kremmel, Aaron 1 16 
Kremmel. Clayton 137 
Krcwinghans. Christina 104 



Kriss. Oeorge 93 

Krueger. Ashley 78, 1 16 

Kruep, Danielle 47, 56. 126. 153 

Kruse. Kyle 137 

Kuhns. Shelly 60 

Kull. Trenton 127 

Kunz. Jamie 116 

Kupferer, Matt 3. 47. 104 

Kusick. John 88 

Kutscher. Scott 72. 104 



L 



Lafenhagen. Lyndsy 104 
Lakt/ian, Oreg 1 16 
Lambert. Dr. Sharon 93 
Lambert. Kevin 70. 137 
Landlried. {Catherine 69 
Lanenga, Renee 87. 127 
Lang. Dr. Sandra 25, 58, 93 
Langhauser. Ruth 93 
Lapington, Kyle 104 
Large. Lula 83 
LaRose, Nancy 73, 87, 127 
Larson. Deborah 93 
Lauber. Matthew 70. 1 16 
Lauf. Jamie 54. 104 



. 74 



Laux, Ben 88 

Laux. Benjamin 127 

Law ton. Dr. Linda 93 

Lay, David lift 

Lee, Ann 62 

Lee, Ashley 54 

Lee, Kangho 21 

Lee. Minyoung 21 

Lemasters. Joshua 116 

Leonard, Cassie 50, 54, 105 

Leonard. Samantha 40. 137 

Lepere, Shelley 105 

Lerch, Jennifer 93 

Lercher, Nick 105 

Levey, Bob 20 

Levin, Jay 116 

Lewis. Jesse 105 

Lewis. Katie 137 

Lheureux. Jason 35 

Lim. Lan Sin 47 

Lindstrom. Rebecca 40. 78, 137 

Little. Jennifer 1 16 

Lloyd. Chelsea 137 

Lobh. Brooke 137 

Lobring. Kim 93 

Locpker, Jessica 105 

Loepker, Susan 60 

Lolink. Joey 72 

I.nfink. Joseph 137 

l.oftus. Leigh 69. 137 

Loftus. Steven 34. 127 

Logan. Courtney 36. 137 

l.omelino. Brian 70. 105 

Lorimcr. Michael 21 

Loschen. Courtney 137 

Loucks. Dani 137 

Loudenslager. Dan 70 

Loudenslager, Daniel 137 

Loveless. Jenny 93 

Lovell, Kyle 76, 137 

Lovellette, Brian 93 

Lowrev. Monte 93 

Lowry, Charity 78, 127 

Luehbers. Rachel 93 

Lugge, Rob 72 

Lugge, Robert 105 

Luitjohan, Jason 3. 32. 49. 105 

Lutz. Christy 62. 116 

Lyharger, Brandon 137 

Lyles, Bryant 80, 116 

l.vons. Jeremy 70.127 



Index 



M 



Mac Donald, Mlison 127 
Macewen, Wendy IIP? 
Mackcy, Cindj 93 
Maedge, Dana 74. 1.17 
Maggio, Brad 75 
Magnussen, Doug 3 
Magnussen, Michelle 60,94 
Mahan 78 

Mahan, Thomas 57, 75, IK. 
Majewski, Lisa 611 
Major, Ciera 137 
Mallrich. .Ian 94 
Maloch, Chas 8, 88, 137 
Maloch, Trevor 8, 17.88, 127 
Mann. Marcos III. 70. 105 
Manning, Krisiic 137 
Mannino. Miki 116 
Mansfield, LeAnn 116 
ManviUe, Tim 70 
Marchal, Marj "4 
Marcum, Lance 86, 105 
Marcuni. Quinton 72, 116 
Marian 72 

Marin. Carlos 30, 137 
Markham, Chris 78 
Markham, Christopher 1 17 
Markway, Brian 8, 88, 137 
Marquedant, Maggie 74 
Marquez, Andres 35, 7(1. 84, 137 
Marsaglia, Kristcn 74. 105 
Martin, Coorlenaj 105 
Martin, Sean 50. 117 
Marty. Anthony 137 
Martychenko, Allison 105 
Masterson, Ryan 137 
Matzenbacher, Gina 117 
Mauc. Angela 87, 137 
Maurer, Amy 87, 105, 111 
Maurer, Miranda 105 
May, And; 70. 137 
Mayer, \mbcr 117 



Ma 



. Me 



■ 127 



May Held. Stanford 80, 13s 
May hew, Sally 25.58,94 
Mc Kinnon, Boh 94 
McAdams, Brent 70. 138 
McBride, Shawn 75, 138 
McCall, Emanuel 70. 138 
McCammon, George A. 20 
McCarthy, lee 117 
McCauley, Chrissy 73 
McCauley. Christine 117 
McCleery, Jeanne 62 
McClintock, Dr. Michael 39, 94 
McCormick, Ian 105 
McCoy. Antonio 711, 127 
McCrary, Kathryn 105 
McCuUough, Carolyn 105 
McDaniel. Kari 43 
McDonald. Mlison 78 
McDonald. Dr. Martha 94 
McDonald. Jessica 40. 62. 105 
McFadden, Nathan 70, 138 
McGill, Ian 88. 138 
McGinnis, Marcy 20 
McGriff, Kim 78 
McGriff, Kimberlj 106 
Mcllravy, Amanda 117 
Mclnlyrc. Mary 48. 106 
McKendree. Matthew 78. 138 
McQuaid, Lester 2, 8, 17, 44. 45, 50. 
117 

McQuillan, Devin 12,40.70. 127 
McRaven, Ashley 15, 37, 4(1, 56, 138 
Meadows, {Catherine 117 
Meeker. Melissa 94 
Mehring, Adam 70. 117 
Mciscnlicimcr. Jeff 70, 127 



Meister, Stephanie 127 

Melinder. Mike 94 

Melissa 78 

Mendoza, John I3S 

Mendoza, Victor 21 

Menke. Daniel 127 

Menner, Jessica 127 

Mennerick, Gregor} 65.84, 106 

Mennerick, Jennifer 32. 40. 85. 138 

Mentzer. Jennifer 62 

Merlenbach, Erica 117 

Merlenbach, Rachel 138 

Mesnard. Fat 25, 94 

Mcsplay-Schroedcr, Krisli 106 

Melz, Charles 21 

Meyer, Lauren 87, 117 

Meyler. Ryan 86, 117 

Michels. Linda 54 

Miles, Stephen 106 

Miller. Alan 138 

Miller. Allan 88 

Miller, Bette 94 

Miller. Dana 47, 56, 127 

Miller, Erica 47, 138 

Miller, Gary 62 

Miller, Kay la 18,47,6(1, 106 

Miller. Marchae 13, 30, 35. 59. 94 

Miller. Marilyn 106 

Miller. Ryan 72, 138 

Miller, Terence 117 

Miller, Tobin 138 

Mills, Diane 94 

Misiak. Hill 75. 94 

Mitchell, Joni 94 

Mitchell. Kelly 106 

Mitchell, Ton} 70, 138 

Mobley, Duane 70 

Molletti. Wendy 62 

Monk. Matt 12, 138 

Monroe. Nancy 94 

Moore. Maureen 85. 04 

Mora, Dr. Carlos 94 

Mora, Mallorj 8.49.511.54 

Moravec, Stephen 70. 127 

Morkisz. Valerie 94 

Morlan. Danielle 36. 138 

Morland, Nikki 40. 69 

Morrese, Valerie 3, 611, 62. 127 

Morris, Andrea 106 

VIosca, Nicolas 72, 127 

Moss. Deveon 70. 106 

Mudd, Olivia 117 

Mueller, Dr. Jennifer 94 

Mueller. Karen 54 

Mueller, Kelly 94 

Mueller, Laura 13.38. 127 

Mollins. Tim 94 

Murphy.. lason 138 

Murray, Rhys 138 

Murrin. Dan 62. 70, 117 

Myers. Jermaine 76. 127 



N 



Nagel, Timothy 40,86. 106 

Napier. James 61 

Napper, Christina 11,32, 43. 44. 61, 127 

Napper. Tina yi 

Nash, Maylene 94 

Nation, l.ora 57. 117 

Nalla. Dan Van 711 

Neal. Phillip 3, 35 

Neale, Dr. Philip 26, 38. 66, 94, 97 

Needham. Clarence 94 

Neighbors. Brian 75. 117 

Neighbors. Seao 72. 127 

Neisslie, Jeffrej 70. 138 

Ness. Rich 78 ' 

Ness. Richard 14. 106 

Neuinan. Dr. Irina 94 



Neumann, Lorna 127 

Newman. Ileth 17. 30, 42. 44. 47. 62. 68, 

127, 152 

Newsom, Woodrow 86. 106 

Nicely, Orion 76, 127 

Nicholas, Derrell 70, 138 

Nicholls. Stephen 70. 127 

Nichols. Ian 72. 127 

Nichols, Michael 127 

Nicholson. Cameron 70. 138 

Nicholson. Sara 106 

Nicole 73 

Niebrugge, Jon 72 

Niebrugge, Jonathon 117 

Nielo. Hugo 138 

Nikolauzyk, Aoiber 87, 138 

Nikolauzyk, Timoth) 1(16 

Nimmo, Joshua 17,7(1, 117 

Noeldner, Christopher 138 

Noeldner, Jason 117 

Nolda. Scott 64. 138 

Nordmann, Krin 25, 106 

Norman. Liz 62. 106 

Norman, Zacharv 138 

Normansell, Sarah 62 

Norton, Jonathan 86, 128 

Notorangelo, Nicole 87. 1116 

Novara, Nell 39. 41.61. 117 

Nunn.Jami 106 



() 



O'Brien. Shane 138 

O'Donnell, Brian 128 

O'Rourke, Josie 94 

Ohermann, Lrika 26 

Obermann, Vicki 26, 94 

Ochellree. Nicole 106 

Oertwig, Shawn 86, 117 

Ogilvy, Tom 26 

Ohlemeier, Jennifer 138 

Oldeen. Con 117 

Olds, Gale 94 

Olson. Dr. Duane 25. 94 

Oroyan. Mark 47. 139 

Osier, Brad 86. 95 

Ostertag. Rachael 30, 35, 87, 128 

Ostertag, Racheal 35 

Ottinger, Dave 95 

Oughton, Laura 117 



Ov, 



128 



Owens, Kamara 18. 139 
Ozturk, Dr. I cza 65. 95 



Pace, Dawn 128 
Packard, Renee 7. 47, 52, 139 
Padgett, David 75. 117 
I'aeth. Nina 107 
Cage. A. Maria 62 
Palermo. Peter 25 
Palm. Eric 80. 139 
Palmer. Rei. Dr. Mile} 9 
Palovick, Jenna 1 17 
Paluczak. Jamie 50. 117 
Pandey, Laxman 36, 57. 117 
Pankey, Kirslin 64 
Pankey, Kristin 38, 63, 107 
Pannier. Julie 61, 117 
Paproth, Kellj 118 
Park. Kelsey 82, 139, 142 
Parker, Eric 107 
Parsons. Briao 95 
Parsons. Dr. Brian 58 
Patterson, Donny 36 
Patterson. Dr. Martha 61, 95 
Patterson, Kara 37. 40. 58, 107 
Paulsen, lee 70. 139 



Paw low. Tom 95 

Peck. Michele 95 

Pecoraro, Jenny 62 

Pelate 72 

Pelate. Dustin 118 

Penn. Houston 80. 128 

Penncll, lames 128 

Pennell. Jimmy 70 

Perry, Joshua 70, 139 

Perry. Kehekah 118 

Persons, Kellie 57. 107 

Peters, Ryan 72, 118 

Peterson, Cari 118 

Petrus. Rachel 36 

Pettersen. Sara 128 

Petterson, Chris 70 

Petterson. Sara 76 

Petterson Jr. Donald 139 

Petterson Jr.. Donald 40. 70 

Petzoldt. Mlison 54, 118 

Pllaslerer. Elizabeth 95 

Pickerell, Jennifer 25, 58, 95 

Pieper. Ben 55 

Pieper, Benjamin 8. 139 

Pieper, Kelly 52 

Pieper, Thomas 8, 107 

Pike. Courtney 52, 128 

Pillow, Rhonda 107 

Pingoll. Eric 128 

Pingsterhaus. Anna 128 

Pino, Glenis 76, 77 

Poelker, Carl 10,95 

Poelker. Trent 95 

Pokorny, Dr. Kian 65 

Poland. Laura 63. 118 

Polete. Ryan 128 

Ponder, /.achary 86, 139 

Pope. Luke 118 

Porter, Ayanna 73. 82, 83 

Poss. Danielle 128 

Poston, Jamie 139 

Poston, Lucas 86, 128 

Povollsh, Aaron 13, 16.33.66, 107 



ell. Dr. 
er. Ma 



I IS 



Powers, Justin 86, 107 
Prather, Amanda 87, I2S 
Prendergast, Antonio 70. 128 
Pribble, Cynthia 60 

Pridmore, Teresa 62 

Prince. Michael 22. 35, 59, 7(1. 1 18. 121 

Pritchard, Mallory 23. 50, 54. 128 

Provost, Kevin 139 

I'ullen, Joshua 16,33. 130 

Puskar, Ramona 128 

Pulle. Dr. Rohh Van 57 

I'} run, y.shlet'74. 128 



Q 



Quick. Samanlha 40, 52. I 
Quinn, Daniel 84 
Quirin, Amy 87, 139 
Quisenberry, Dr. Neil 95 



U 



Radno, \dam 70. 118 
Rainbolt, Bonnie 118 
Rakers. Zach 47. 107 
Haley. Nathan 55. 118 
Ramirez, Sylvia 139 
Rapp. Whitney 139 
Ralermunn. Jaclyn 118 
Raw Icy. Nathan 107 
Raw lings. Dave 89 
Raymond. Kory 86. 139 
Raymond. Laura 73. 128 
Rednour, Zackerv 128 



Index 



Reece, Lauren 128 
Reed, Moll} 87, 12S 
Reed, Rachael 40, 87, 107 
Reese, Dr. Myron 95, 97 
Reeves, Brent 95 
Reeves, Jonathon 72. 12S 
Rehleldt, Mike 95 
Reilmann, Ellen 1117 
Reinacher, Sara 139 
Reinhardt, Florence 83 



Ki 



107 



Remagan, Rachael 37 
Renneker, Nichole 1(17 
Rennie, Jamie 118 
Repking, Jennifer 76, 11)7 
Requarth, Becky 73 
Requarth, Rebecca 139 
Rev is, William 58 
Rhodes, Renee 59 
Rich. I hlon 70. 128 
Richard, Nicole 118 
Richards, Dr. Timothy 95 
Richardson, Jamie 1 18 
Richmond, Sandra 95 
Richter, Melissa 139 
Ridenour, Chris 13 
Ridenour. Christopher 3, 38, 128 
Ries. Amanda 139 
Riess. Dr. Deanne 95 
Rinderer. Beth 107 
Ringhausen. lance 95 
Ringhausen, Melissa 82. 95 
Kipperda, Kendall 118 
Risley, Catherine 30, 139 
Ritchie, Ashiee 16.73, 128 
Rivera, Teresa 62, 118 
Rnhards, Darren 95 
Rohh. Dr. Raymond 95 
Robbins, Stephanie 57. 73 
Roberston, Craig 45 
Robert, Mellisa lis 



Roll! 



139 



Robertson, Craig 13.44.45.' 
Robertson, Lacy 128 
Robertson, Lindsaj 12 
Robinson. Cristina 61 
Robinson. Sarah 3. 39 
Robson. Natalie 87, US 
Roddy, James 86, 139 
Rodgers, Kricka 128 
Roehrig, Rachael 129 
Rogers, Robert 129 
Rogier. Aaron 38. 57, 129 
Rohman, Jacob 70, 139 



Km 



. M.I 



IIS 



R ley, Meghan 73 

Roosevelt, Devan 107 
Root, Mark 70, 129 
Rosborg, Dr. Jim 95 
Rose, Jonathan 64. 139 
Rose, Thomas 4(1, 86. 139 
Rosen. Daniel 1 18 
Rosen, Nicole 118 
Rosenthal, Travis 47, 64, 118 
Rossum, Natalie \ an 5 
Rotich. Edwin 76, 139 
Rubenacker, Sara 25. 36, 57, f 
Rudd. Mien 129 
Ruesler, John 4, 139 
Ruhol, Connie 3 
Ruiz. Miriam 56. 129 
Rummerfield, Hailee 139 
Rushing, Nathan 129 
Rusiek. Bill S4. 95 
Rlllter, Drew 140 
Ryan, Dr. Dennis 95 



Vllison 4o.?(,. 140 



Sanders. Debbie 95 

Sanders. Monet 35.82. 118 

Sandy, James 95 

Santel, Jennifer IIS 

Santiago. Joel 70. 140 

Sapp. Am) 4. 140 

Sawers, Susan 95 

Sayama, Mirai IIS 

Savior, Jacob 140 

Schaal, Michael 107 

Schacler, Brian 118 

Sehalcr. Amber 16, 36, 37. 64, 65. 66, 108 

Schallenberg, Dustin 140 

Sehallenberg. Dust) S6 

Sehank. George 10S 

Sehanuel. Daniel 70 

Schatz, Vpril 73. 118 

Scheibel, Jennifer 108 

Scheibel, Kimberl) 62 

Scheibel, Nic I0S 

Schiller-Sampson. Dr. Jean 96 

Schilb, Devin 70, 140 

Schilh. Rick 70. 108. 143 

Schildknecht, Phil Ills 

Schlau, Dehra 7. 43. 52. 10S 

Schloesser. Benjamin 30, 47. 84. 129 

Schmermund, Dave 108 

Schmidt, Ashlej 140 

Schmidt, Emily 119 

Schmidt. Jamie 129 

Schmidt. Jennifer 129 

Schmitz, Kerstin 62 

Schneeheli 78 

Schneebeli, Melissa 140 

Schneider, Michael 36, 70. 108 

Schneiter, Melissa 96 

Schoenherr. Brian 35, 119 

Schoenherr. Heather 96 

Scholield. Jeremy 33, 44 

Schorr. Melissa i 19 

Schrage. Cole 86, 140 

Schubert. Jacquline 62 

Schuck, Amanda 87, 119 

Schulte, Crystal 129 

Schulle. Jarid 129 

Schuring. \manda 82, 140 

Schuster. Natalie 43 

Schwart/holl, I.vnne 96 

Schwier John. Belli 140 

Schwierjohn, Tyler 86 

Schw ind, Adam 3, 16. 18. 22, 23, 44, 60. 

140 

Scribner, Dr. Susan 96 

Sears. Patrick 129 

Sears, Tucker 16. 140 

Seeresl. Reneec 60 

Seihel. Erica 31, 45, 56, 78, 79, 129 

Seipp. Justin IDS 

Sellers, Cor] S6. 129 

Session. Craig 86 

Severs. Naomia 96 

Shan. Leah 73. 82. 140 

Shapiro. Gabriel 96 

Sharon. Guadalupe 60 

Sheard. Jacquline HIS 

Shcehan, Donnie 72 

Shcchun. Robert 140 

Sheets. I.ori Ann 66. 108 

Shellcnhcrg. Jenna 73, 129 

Sheppard. .leanine 62 

Sherman. Elizabeth HIS 

Shields, Christopher 80, 81, 119 

Sholtes, Dustin 48, 140 

Shook. Carol 60 

Shreslha, Rijcsh 14. 58, 64. 1 19 

Shrestha. Yinish 140 

Siegel. Jonathan 119 

Siegler, Daniel 86, 129 

Sierra. Christopher 140 

Sierra. Dr. Vivian 96 

Simmons, Brandi 10S 



Simm 


ins. Dan 170, 14(1 


Siniill 


ins. Dink 70 


Simm 


ins. Joe 140 


Simm 


es, Chrissv 74 


Simps 


in. Josh 129 


Sims. 


Miigail 140 


Sims. 


)ai id 96 


Singe 


, Karen 78, 14(1 


Sivcrl 


.Michael 70, 129 


Skelti 


n. Maggie 119 


Skille 


n. Rebecca 62 



Skil 



.Mi' 



108 



Sledge, Katie 35. 59. 119 
Sligar. Jennifer 62. 63. 108 
Smalley, Carol 96 

lley, Dr. Roger 96 
Smilh. Abbej 26 
Smith. Amj 62 

th, Antonio 70, 140 
Smith. Carlton 7(1, 140 
Smith, George 70, 71, 129 
Smith, dreg 88 

ith, Gregorj 140 

ith. Jordan 70 

ith, Kelli 119 

ith. Kevma II 

ith, LyneUe 40, 74, 140 

ith, Megan 14(1 

ith. Misty 129 

dcr. Johnna 129 

rimer, Becky 87. 129 
Sondag, Tyler 119 
Souder. (iarv 96 
Spanley, Norma 96 
Spaulding, Curt 86. 140 
Speidel, Timothy 86. 129 
Spenader. Jonathan 129 
Spotanski, Matthew 86. HIS 
Spradling, Ron 96 
Spreng. Dr. Frank 58. 65. 96 
Springer, Sarah 88, 140 
Spurlock. Jordan 70. 119 
SI Jean. Steve 108 
Stacey -Doyle, Dr. Michele 96 
Stach, AHc 56. 69, 129 
Stahl, Curtis 16.25.33. 119 
Staley, Erin 73, 141 
Slanrdl. Krica 108. 143 
Slanish. Rohin 58 
Stanley. Erin S2 
Stanley, Jonathan so 
Stanton, April 119 
Star. Stevie 22, 23 
Starek, Jennifer 10S 
Statham, Harry 80. 96, 97 
Steeg. Tim 1119 
Steege. Tim 72 
Steffey, Angie 62 
Steiger. Katherine 109 
Sleiger. Kalie 12,63 
Stein. Alissa 109 
Steinlage. James 72, 129 
Stejskal. Lisa 62 

Stephens. Jamie 43. 47, 54. 63. 109 
Stephens. Kari 1 1 1 
Stewart, Nancy 96 
Stieger. Katie 73 
Slier. Michael 75, 141 
Stimson. Ben 72. 141 
Stine, Justin 86, 129 
Stinehring. I ina 25. 96 



si, i 



.kin 



I 'X, 



StOgsdUl, kascv 109 

Stokes, Gwen 35 

Stokes, Gwendolyn 35, 47, 63, 76, 1 19 

Stokes, Larry 70. 141 

Stolarski. Dan 70 

Stone. Bradley 84. 129 

Stoner, Jennifer 60 

Stonier, Sabrina 96 

Stout. Allison 47. 119 



Stovall, Lee 141 

Stovall, Mark 80, 81, 141 

Stoyanov. Ivan 16. 36. 37. 76. 141 

Strange. Tim 72, 73 

Stratmann, Dean 141 

Slratmann. Shawn 96 

Strauh, Mildred 96 

Strtmlau.Jay 72 

Stremlau. John 1 19 

Strieker. Jenna 47, 129 

Strohbe. Michael 80. 119 

Strobbe, Mike 81 

Studley, Robert S. 17.55, 130 

Stults. Joel 14 

Stumpf, Nathan 72. 141 

Suess. Paulina 109 

Sugden. Jared SS, 130 

Suhl. Ashlie 109 

Sullivan, Natallia 119 

Sullivan. T.A. 70 

Sullv. Tajuana 141 

Sum. Sara 130 

Summary, Brendan 52. 109 

Summeriin. Derrick 70. 130 

Sustayta, Fabian 141 

Sweet, Sasha 119 

Sykes, Eric 18,47, 141 

Svkes. Vonzetta 16. 17. 56. 130. 153 

S/akielo. Lauren 85. 141 



T 



Tadlock. Rebecca 38, 64, 109 

Tardino. Andrea 36, 141 

late. Jordan 141 

Taylor. Jim 96 

Taylor. Nicole 74. 119 

Tehbe. Brent 43. 47. 119 

Tebbe. Keith 130 

Tendler. Hershel SS. 141 

Texier. kimberlv 119 

Thiemann. Andrew 86. 141 

Thigpen. Michael 47. 109 

Thoel. Anthony 70, 141 

Thorn. Dian 96 

Thoman. Frin 32. 40. 85, 141 

Thomas 78 

Thomas. Christine 96 

Thomas. Deidra 36, 119 

Thomas, Jerry 96 

Thomas. John 96 

Thomas. Mike 58 

Thomas. Rebecca 58. 109 

Thomas. Robert 109 

Thompson. Andrew 109 

Thompson. Leslie 17. 119 

Thornton, Jacob 17, 36. 37. 55, 109 

Thornton, Kahla 39. 119 

Tiel'enbrun. Kelly 74 

Tiemann. Karol 1 19 

Tift. Emily 87, 141 

Tillman, Audrey 109 

Tissier. Jacqueline 109 

Tissier, Paul 72. 119 

Tobias. Anthony 1 19 

Todich, Monica 25. 33. 109 

Toga 53 

Tonnies, Danielle It 109 

Tonnies, Trisha 58, 130 

Tonsing-Meyer. Julie 96 

'Couchette. Tabitha 47. 54. 141 

Tracy. Chris 86 

Tracy. Christopher 141 

Trame. Beth 32 

I rantham. Kathleen 62 

Trask, Sara 3, 59, 109. 144 

Travis 78 

Trentnian, Taryn 141 

Tribley, Ahhy 50. 56. 120 

Tripathi. Anuj 130 



Index 



I Mil,,, k. Kim 47 
Tullock, Kimberl} 109 
Turnbough, Michael 71). 141 
Turski, Jon 36. 711 
Turski, Jonathan I. Ml 
Tyson 70 



u 



Uteris. t;retchen6, 42. 78, 130 
Urich. Brittany 131) 
Underwood, Fred 96 
Upchurch, Matthew 130 



V 



Vail, Ton; 70, nil 
Valdez, Frank 97 
Valentine, Tina 60 
\ allem, Ashley 54, 78. 87. 130 
Van Doren, Brooke 111! 
Van Natta, Daniel 130 
VanScoyk, Richard 141 
VanPutte, Dr. Robb 65, 66, 97 
VanScoyk, Ricky 78 
Yard. Denise 110 
Varnum, Patrick 58, 110 
Vasiloff, Jessica 73, 1 10 
VasilolT, John 72, 130 
Vasquez, Lucy 61) 
Vazquez, Elizabeth 120 
Venhaus, Travis 58, 120 
Vigar. Craig 72. 130 
Vintes, Aisha 51, 141 
Virgin. Kalian 130 
Vizcaya, Dan 141 
Vizcaya, Daniel 88 
Voce. Bella 21 
Vogt. Liz 97 



w 



Waag, Greg 88, 121) 
Waag. Kyle 88. 120 
Wacbtel, Jennifer 120 
Wahlig, Jenilyn 74, 87 
Wahlig. Joshua 86, III) 
Walk, Laura 74, 130 
Walker. Ashley 32. 64, 141 
Walker. Cole 86, 141 
Walker. Micah 141 
Wallace. Chris 20 
Walls, Romaine 76 
Walotka, Filip 76 
Walcernhre. Krisla 16,37. 120 
Walton. Jay 70 
W and. Rosalie 97 
Wannacott, Mark 34 
Wardell. Matthew 142 
W are. Stanley 111) 
Waters, Christal 51, 76, 111) 
Watkins, Lisa 120 
Watkins. Todd 70, 142 
Watkinson, Bethanj nil 
Wallers. Nicholctte 130 
Walters. Nikki 78.79 
Weathers. Lindsay 56, 69. 153 
Wehh. Stephen 10.70. 120 
Webster, Kari Mil 
Webster, Kennel li 70, 110 
Webster, Tyler 88, 142 
Weems, Amanda 60 
Weier. Clay 88. 130 
Weil. Jill 97 
Welter, Megan 59 
Weir, Clay 88 
Weiss. Micia 17. Ill) 



Wells. Nicole 120 

Wei Istead, David 76 
Weston, Jared 63, 72, I 111 
Weston. Kenny 86 
Wcygandt. Sarah 130 
Wheatlcy. Anthony 70 
Wheeler, Blake 142 
Wheeler, Chelsey 18, 142 
Wheeler, Tabitha ill) 
Wheclington. Tclcna 4, 47, 142 
Whetstone, Mall 84, 130 
White. Gary 76.78,97 
While, Kayla9, 87, 142 
While, Maggie 97 



Wlul 



. Sla 



120 



White, Stephen 142 
Whitehead, K mils nil 

Whitehead. Julius 811. SI 

Whitfield, Dana 142 

Whin. Sabrina 74 

Whitlakcr. Carl III! 

Wicker, Dr. Janet 97 

W iekline. Mike 58 

Wiegel, Josephine 76. 142 

Wiegel. Josie 40 

Wiegmann, Dr. Janice 60, 97 

Wiggs, Mton llll 

Wilhelm, Beverly 97 

W ilbebn. Phil 97 

Wilhelm. Robert 1211 

W liken, Sherry 97 

Wilkins, Kevin 58,86, 120 

W ill. Dr. Peter 58, 97 

Willard, Chad 88, III) 

Willell. Kd97 

Williams, \manda 130 

Williams. Julius 72. 76 

Williams. Terry 7(1 

Williams. Timothy 8. 130 

Willinan, Clare 47. 61. Ill) 

W ilson. \ngela 38. 63, 64, 1 10, 1 1 1 

Wilson, Brattany 76 

Wilson, Derek 38, III 



York, April 131 
Voung, Dr. Mark 97 
Voung, Dr. Nancy Beck 97 
Voung. Lindsay 54 
Young, l.indsey 87. 120 
^ oung. rrenetia 52 
^ pina. Dr. Nancy 97 



/.aim, Brittany 38,52. 131 
/.aim, Britain 78 
/.ilia, Klaine 58, 97 
/ilia, Emily 56, 142 
Zugmaier, Hay Icy 142 
/urliene, Andrea 74. 12(1 



W Ms 



,lli 



120 



Wilson, Lauren 1211 
Wilson. Matthew 130 
W indbam. Erica 130 
Windham, Stephanie III 
W inghermuehlc. Jeffrey 130 
Wingbermuehler, Jeff 78 
W inkeler, Laura 41), 56. 74. 142 
W inkeler, Lisa Mark 1 1 1 
Winkler, Laura 56 
Winter, Tricia 74, 1 1 1 
Wise. Abbie III 
Wise, Steien 142 

W isnasky, Kalhryn 37, 50, 54, 120 
Wisnaski.R\an47. Ill 
Witcher, Rachel 51, 54, 130 
Witt, Allison 33. 47. 121) 
Witienhrink. Vngela 111 
Witthaus II, Joseph 130 
Wolford. \mclia5l. 142 
Wolff, Thomas 131 
W ollnieier. Jill 73 
Wollslau. Jamie 111 
Wollslau. Justin 1211 
Wolinski, Christina III 
Wombacher, \shley 87. 120 
Wonnacott, Mark 47, 120 
Woodruff, Paul 34, 59, 64. 120 
Woods. Shirley 38. Ill 
Wooford, Ameila 76 
Wright, Brandon 70, 111 
Wright, Byron 80 
Writers. McK Review 41 
Wyms. Brandon 13.88. 131 



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The McKendrean 

Then & Now 




Colophon: 

The 2005-2006 "McKendrean," Volume 89, was published by Jostens at its 
printing plant in Topeka, KS. Pressrun was 200 copies. The cover was designed 
by Jostens artists in conjunction with the McKendrean Staff. The theme of "Then 
and Now" was chosen to honor McKendree and its accomplishments throughout 
her history. We wanted to show how McKendree has grown and changed 
physically, while staying true to the emphasis on liberal arts education. The 160 
page book was printed on trim size 8 which uses 8.5 x 1 1 inch sheets of paper. 
Design, layout and copy were completed via the internet using Jostens 
"Yearbook Avenue." Typefaces included Americana, Helvetica, Garamond, and 
Times. Student photos were taken by Jostens photographers. Club, 
organization, and candid photos were taken by Yearbook staff members, Rick 
Windham, and Kim Lobring, Director of Media Relations. Josten's representative 
was Ed Sugden. Yearbook Advisor was Jeff Campbell. Director of Alumni 
Relations. Yearbook Editor was Sami Harriss. 



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