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Lebanon, IL 6225* 



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in 2010 with funding from 

CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois 



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Che /l&c&endrean Cimes 

The Yearbook of Illinois' Oldest College 



McKendree College Editors: 

701 College Road Joshua R. Hollingsead 

Lebanon, IL 62254 Samantha J. Harriss 

Volume 8 8 

Yearbook Advisor: 
Enrollment: 1,340 Kelly H. Wissehr 



A view of the library from the founta 



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Buildings on campus from top: 
Old Main, Benson Woods, 
Pearsons, Voigt Science, Clark 
Hall, and Carnegie Hall. 



Students walking to c 



in&cfcendtem Cimca: jfall 2004 



News & Events 

The 2004-2005 academic year 
was filled with much more 
than what you learned in the 
classroom. There were events 
every day that offered 
everyone a chance to learn 
and enjoy something new. 

In this section of our 
newspaper-style yearbook, 
you will read the stories 
and see the pictures we took 
covering as many events as 
we could possibly attend. 

On November 14, 2004 the 
annual alumni basketball 
game was held. Members of 
the men's basketball team 
competed against Coach 
Statham's former players. 
Below, Fernando Stevenson, 
Class of 1997, is showing 
his future Bearcat how the 
game is played Old School. 



The McKendree band poses v 
the Christmas tree in PAC . 



Conducting Carols 

Director of Bands, David Boggs, 
band in song. 





4. . 


.NSO 


6.. 


. 9/1 1 Memorial 


7.. 


. Fall Family Weekend 


8.. 


. Homecoming 


12 . 


. Distinguished Speakers Series 


14 . 


. Presidential Election on Campus 


16. 


. Fine Art Series 


17. 


. Hunger and Homelessnes Week 


18. 


. Stress Fest 


20. 


. Graduation 



Christmas at McK 

Even though everyone goes 
home to spend the holidays 
with family, McKendree has 
traditions of her own to 
celebrate the Christmas 
season. One of these is the 
lighting of the Christmas 
tree in Piper. Students, 
staff and faculty come to the 
event where Christmas cookies 
and punch are served and 
carols are sung. Concerts 
are also part of the 
Christmas tradition at 
McKendree, whether outside 
caroling by the band or a 
choir concert in Bothwell 
Chapel . 



Papal Succession 

The world, Catholics and 
non-Catholics alike, mourned 
the death of respected Pope 
John Paul II. On April 19, 
2005 the Catholic Church 
elected Joseph Alois 
Ratzinger as the 265th Pope, 
Pope Benedict XVI . He was 
formally inaugurated during 
the papal inauguration mass 
on April 24 , 2005 . 



Papal Presence 
Pope John Paul II (top) 
Benedict XVI (bottom) t 
Peter's Square. 



and Spring 2005 ^Edition 



Job Fair at McKendree 

On Wednesday February 16, 
2005, the Career Services 
Office hosted a job fair in 
Pearsons Hall. Students and 
alumni who who are looking 
for a new position or 
experiencing a career change 
were encouraged to attend. 
Students had the opportunity 
to network with employers 
offering part-time 
employment, internships, and 
full-time professional 
positions. Many large 
companies, and some small 
ones, came to recruit. 
Employers present included 
A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc., 
Allsup Inc., Belleville 
AmeriCorps, Boy Scouts of 
America, Buckle, Edward 



Jones, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, 
Gateway Financial Resources, 
Illinois State Police, Jim's 
Formal Wear Company, KDNL-TV, 
Madison County Probation & 
Court Services, Missouri 
Department of Corrections, 
Northwestern Mutual, 
Northwestern Mutual Life 
Insurance, Regions Bank, Sara 
Lee Bakery Group, SIUE 
Graduate School, Social 
Security Administration, 
Springfield Police 
Department, Target, The Steak 
'n Shake Company, United 
States Air Force, U.S. Postal 
Service, University of 
Illinois at Springfield, and 
Wells Fargo Financial. 




Tearing Down Walls 

Hypes Field Wall, a long time structure on 
campus, was torn down as construction 
started on the HETT, the badly needed fine 
arts center. 




Other Help for 
Soon-to-be-Graduates 

Other events also tried to help 
McKendree students in their job 
search. Employment Panels, 
Graduate Forums, and etiquette 
dining sessions were held to help 
McKendree students sharpen their 
job-hunting skills. In the 
Employment Panels employers told 
students what they were looking 
for in new employees. The dining 
seminar taught students how to 
behave in a formal professional 
dinner. The Graduate Forum was 
organized by Dr. Nancy Beck Young 
as an event to inform students 
about grad school, law school, 
and government jobs. 



Advice for Job- Seekers 



Job Hunt 

Students talk to representatives and employers looking for jobs and 
internships . 




August 28-30, 2004 



0cw jStuctent Orientation 

€1*66 of 2008 



McKendree's largest freshman class 
in the college's history commenced 
their college experience on August 
28, 2004. Three hundred forty new 
students arrived for the "Welcome 
Weekend, " lasting from Friday, the 
twenty-eighth, to Sunday, the 
thirtieth. Students attended 
several seminars conducted by older 
students dealing with dating, 
decision-making, and the overall 
college transition. On Friday 
night, the new recruits took part 
in "Playfair, " a team-building 
event that was designed to build 



lovin ■ on up . 

Family and 

friends help 

students move 

.nto the dorm 

halls: 



Hoorah ! 

The football 

team learned 

the school Alma 

Mater and sings 



new friendships. The weekend's 
schedule included book discussions 
with various professors on "Reading 
Lolita in Tehran," and "Into the 
Streets" programs, in which the 
students helped with various 
community service projects. The 
weekend ended with a performance by 
Christopher Carter, mentalist and 
telepath. 



Community Service 

A group of first-year students 
sit around a table waiting to 
participate in the community 
service project "Into the 
Streets. " 



Checking In? 

Nervous parents 
and excited fii 
year students 
check in with I> 
group leaders . 




it at the 

opening 

ceremonies . 



Welcome! 

McKendree ' s 



Waz up? 

Top: President Dennis enthusiastically greets 
students arriving for the pep rally held in 
MPCC. 



AWWW! 

Middle: Brian Jefferson and his mother embrace Abracadabra! 

one last time before Mrs. Jefferson leaves her Mentalist Christopher Carter entertains students with his telepathic 

baby boy at school. powers during NSO. 




Food. 

Ravenous first-year students load their plates 
MPCC after a long day of NSO activities. 






September 11, 2005 



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McKendree campus holds a memorial service for those who lost their lives on 
September 11, 2001. 



Three years ago to date our country suffered 
great loss as the World Trade Center and 
Pentagon were attacked by terrorists. In 
rememberance of the lives that were lost and 
the efforts made by service people, a moment 
of silence, the playing of taps, and a short 
service was held around the flag. Chaplain 
Tim Harrison conducted the service and 

Quietly Remembering 

Right: Students, faculty, 
and staff gathered around 
the flagpole and remembe 
the tragedy that affecte 
our country in 2001. 



offered up prayer for our country and the 
families affected by terrorism. Passers by 
took a moment from their busy schedules to 
participate and pay their respects. At the 
foot of the flag were two squares partitioned 
off to represent the twin towers. A collection 
was taken up for needy families in the area. 




Giving to Others 

Beth Buehlhorn places 
supplies to be donated in 
box after the memorial 



Our Flag Still Flies 

Left: A security officer 
holds out the flag to 
remember the attack on 
our country. 



Etched in History 

Above: Students and 
staff wait in line to 
sign the memorial book 
beneath the flag. 



17-19, 2005 



31 IBeetend of jfamily and jPun 

McKendree College hosts Fall Family Weekend 2005 



The Best Seat 



the House 



\ group of McKendree fans 
wrought their own chairs tc 
:he game. Positioned 
Deside the goal post, they 
matched the football game 
loping to catch a stray 
jail. 




Fall, Family, Fun: Students Invite Their 

Parents and families of 
McKendree College students 
were invited to attend Fall 
Family Weekend September 
17-19. Weekend activities 
included a Friday evening 
mystery dinner theater, a 
tailgate party, football 
game and soccer game on 
Saturday, and a special 
chapel service on Sunday. 

Attendees enjoyed a 
cookout lunch with music by 
The Smash Band. 
Complimentary chair 
massages were sponsored by 
Intramural Sports@McK. 
Other activities included 
face-painting, caricature 
artists, and snapshots 



Family to Visit Campus 

with the McKendree mascot, 
Bogey. 

Area military members 
were invited to attend 
Military Appreciation Day, 
September 18. This was the 
third consecutive year that 
the McKendree football 
squad has sponsored Scott 
AFB/Military Appreciation 
Day. Starlifter - a 
component of the United 
States Air Force Band of 
Mid-America, which is the 
musical ambassador of the 
Air Mobility Command at the 
base - performed with the 
McKendree Marching Bearcats 
at half time. 



Hey That Looks Like. 
Bogey sat down with 




October 9, 2005 



l^pmccoming Farade 



Pre-Game Excitement 

Homecoming started off with a 
bang at 7:30am in the morning 
with a Tour de Homecoming 
bike ride and a 5k Walk/Run. 
It couldn't have been a 
proper homecoming without a 
parade, and what a parade it 
was. It featured a plethora 
of floats, marchers, and 
riders of vehicles. The 
McKendree Marching Bearcats 
filled the crowd with school 
spirit with the school song 
and even the Lebanon High 
School Marching Band played 
their hearts out to show 
their support . 



The court, president, and even Bogey 
rode through in sports cars. And of 
course, no parade would be complete 
without its fair share of floats. The 
yearbook threw beads out to the crowd 
in Mardi Gras fashion, advertising 
this very book. It was as fun as it 
was loud, and with two bands and a 
slew of police cars and fire engines, 
there was no shortage of noise. 




Such Humble Beginnings 

Floats aren't just bought 
from the store. They take 
sweat, blood, and 
dedication to build. 




What a float Play Your Hearts Out 

yearbook has a Barnett Hall travels the path of the The Marching Band pumps up the 
parade on their float. crowd with the McKendree Fight 

Song. 



The Big Contest 

Everybody may go to the 
same college, but it's 
every club and 
organization for 
themselves when it 
comes to the float 
contest. While all 
groups showed 
dedication and 
ingenuity, only three 
were selected as the 
best . 




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First Place 



West Council gets the 
gold . 



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Second Place 

Silver goes to Sigma 




Third Place 



October 9, 2005 



Che <!fome of the ^e^son 



CHARGE! 

The team makes their homecoming run-on 
to the roar of the crowd and the fight 



Name that tune. 

The McKendree Marching Bearcats gave 
quite the show with the music of Gloria 
Estefen's The Rhythm is Gonna Get You 
and Conga, Jimmy Buffet's 
Margarittaviile, Frank Sinatra's 
Copacabana, and the Beach Boys' Fun, 
Fun, Fun! 



The Big Game . 

The McKendree Bearcat 
Football Team went 
head-to-head with the St. 
Xavier Cougars at 1:30pm. 
It was a game full of 
action and excitement, 
with an excellent show by 
the McKendree Marching 
~earcats, and in the end 
the Bearcats won out over 
the Cougars with a final 
score of 14-7. "That 
was a big win," said 
McKendree coach Carl 
Poelker. "St. Xavier is a 
very good football team, 
and were really starting 
to hit their stride 
coming in. We had some 
big plays offensively, 
and it seemed like we 
came up with the big 
defensive play at the 
right time . " 




All Eyes Are On You 

The sell-out crowd watches the action on the field. 



Pump That Bearcat Spirit Up! 

The crowd and cheerleaders shout theii 
support for the team. 



October 9, 2004 



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Faracfec to Students 



Held at the Adam's Mark Hotel in St. 
Louis, Missouri, the 2004 Homecoming 
dance was a complete success. The 
students jumped and jived to the tropical 
paradise theme from approximately ten at 
night to two in the morning. The theme 
was accentuated by leis that each 
party-goer received upon arrival, and 
tiki torches that were given out as 
prizes. "The dance was fun," says 
freshman Laura Mueller, "and I've never 
leied so many people before in my life." 
Jason Bundy concurs, saying, "It was 
awesome. I'm glad that I decided to go. 
Too bad there weren't any squirrels, 
though." Fortunately, the dance was over 
and all McKendree students were gone when 
the Adam's Mark Hotel caught on fire 
hours later. No guests were injured. 



Date Daguerreotypes 
Leslie Guramersheimer and 

Kyle Conrad snuggle 
together for a close-up 
shot . 



Let ' s see 
those pearly- 
whites ! 
Natalie 
Robson, Holley 
Gain, Abbey 
Tribley, 
Amanda 
Hawkins, and 
Leslie 
Gumme rsheiraer 
gather ' round 
for a quick 
snapshot 
before 
departing for 
the Adams ' 
Mark Hotel in 
St. Louis. 





Strike a Pose! 

This group of girls, decked out in their formal wear, take time out to get their picture 
taken before they leave for the tropical paradise offered in St. Louis. Pictured from left 
are Erin Coble, Vonzette Sykes, Dana Miller, Lauran Korte, Brittany Bryan, and Sarah 
Johnson . 



October 9, 2004 



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Magnificent Monarchy 

Right: Ken Dandridge and Keyma Smith 
dazzle the camera with royal smiles. 
Below: David Padgett and Emily Hohl 
their stuff on the field. 



Retiring King, Dan Kreher,'04, 
and Queen Sarah Harris ,04, 
relinquished their crowns during 
the pre-game show of the 
Homecoming football game on 
Saturday, October 9, 2004. Ken 
Dandridge and Keyma Smith took 
their places and reigned over the 
festivities. Other candidates 
included Amber Harris and Pat 
Sears, freshmen; Emily Hohl and 
David Padgett, sophomores; 
Lindsey Hawkins and Sean Martin, 
juniors; and Katie Jackson, Kent 
Strange, Brittany Newbury, 
Camille Rennegarbe, Mike Hudgens, 
and John Cann, seniors. 




Look Lively Now! 

Kent Strang 
and Katie 
Jackson shine 
for the 
earner 
they march 



Beginner's Luck 

Freshmen candidates 
irs and Amber 
Harris modestly 
onto the field. 



Passing on the Pride 

Retiring King and Queen Dan 
Kreher and Sarah Harris are 
ready to share their glory. 



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F.W. de Klerk. Craig MacFarlane, and Professional Sports 



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the team psychologist for 
and often writes about 



The Brains Behind the Brawn 

Right: Dr. Tami Eggleston as 
Besides teaching, Dr. Eggle 
couple of the womens ' sport 

psychology and sports. 
Below:The presidents of the three St. Louis sports teams 
presented a panel discussion about professional spor 
their impact on the community. 




A President and a Peacemaker 

Above: Freshman Nick Fulton gets a book signed by de 

Klerk. 

Left: Former South African President and Nobel Peace 

Prize winner speaks with international student, Chadle> 

James, after his presentation. 



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Words of Inspiration 

Above: President Jim Dennis and SGA president Kent Strang 

meet with the speakers. 

Left: Craig MacFarlene talked to the McKendree community 

about the challenges he faced as a blind athlete. 

Below: F.W. de Klerk spoke about his experiences in South 

Africa and around the world. 



Some of the most 
anticipated events 
throughout the year are the 

Anguished Speakers 
Series . Every year a number 
of guests are brought in to 
speak to the McKendree 
community. The 

tinguished Speakers 
Series is funded through a 
donation by George E. 
\1cCammon . 

The 2004-2005 series 
began with former South 
African president and Noble 
Peace Prize winner F.W. de 
Klerk. His speech was 

tied "Bridging the Gap: 
Slobalization Without 
solation." F.W. de Klerk 
poke at McKendree on 
Monday, October 25, 2004. 

Blind athlete Craig 
MacFarlane joined the list 
of Distinguished Speakers 

3 year. MacFarlane has 
competed in wrestling, water 
skiing, golf, track and 
field and ice skating. In 
these sports, he earned a 
total of 103 gold medals. 



He represented Canada on the 
1980 Olympic Wrestling team, 
and the following year he 
won the world championship. 
This second speaker came to 
McKendree on Wednesday, 
March 23, 2005. 

The last Distinguished 
Speaker event, held on 
Thursday, April 14, 2005, 
featured Mark Lamping, 
president of the St. Louis 
Cardinals; Mark Sauer, 
president of the St. Louis 
Blues; and Jay Zygmunt , 
president of football 
operations for the St. Louis 
Rams. Frank Viverito, 
president of the St. Louis 
Sports Commission, began the 
evening with remarks about 
the impact of major league 
sports on the community, and 
Tom Ackerman, a local sports 
reporter, led the panel 
discussion that followed. 
The presidents spoke about 
the upcoming season and how 
professional sports benefit 
the community. 



M c Kendree 



George E. McCamn-on 
distinguished Sr-aker Series 




IPrceidcntw? jmpaign 2005 



Exciting Race foi " tsidency: Another Term 

for Bush; Kerry Withdraws 



October 28, 200' 



McKendree Voters Exercise 
Their Rights 



McKendree students 
exercised their 
rights as citizens 
by participating 
in this year's 
presidential 
election. The 
voter registration 
drive sponsored by 
the Student 
Government 
Association kicked 
off the voting 
season at 

McKendree College. 
Students were 
given the 
opportunity to 
register by simply 
filling out a 
voter registration 
form and having 
the SGA mail it. 
As election time 
drew nigh, heated 
debates between 
Bush and Kerry 
supporters 



flew through the 
e-mail system. 
Finally, in an 
attempt to structure 
these debates, the 
Public Affairs Forum 
decided to host a 
debate on campus . 
The debate gave 
students an 
opportunity to 
express their 
opinions and 
persuade their 
fellow students. 
Other events on 
campus included two 
brown bags, "Why I 
Should Vote 
Republican" and "Why 
I Should Vote 
Democrat . " 
Spokesmen from both 
campaigns made an 
appearance on 
campus . 



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Right-wing Republicans 

Representing the Republican side of the 
debate, Kent Strang and Chris Schaeffer 
discuss Republican policy. 

Curious Observer 

Right: Dr. Peters attended the debate and 
brought many provoking questions. 



Why Vote Republican? 

Senior Chris Schaeffer 

presents his opinion on why 

students should vote 

Republican. 



Kerry 

pi 

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Education: Roll 
back tax cuts 
for rich to fund 
education. 
Taxes: Offer tax 
cuts that will 
help the middle 
class families. 
War: Get OS more 
deeply involved 
in Arab-Israeli 
peace process. 


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PI 

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Education: 
Increase the 
size of Pell 
grants. 

Increased Pell 
grants by a 
million students 
raxes: Cut taxes 
=n everybody. 
Har: Calls on ON 
to do more in 
Iraq. 



Look at the Crowd I 

: A generous crowd of McKendree I 

adents and faculty attended the |H 
election discussion. fl 




Liberal Democrats 

Left: Sarah Haefner and 
Paul Woodruff pose for a 
picture as they field 
questions regarding thei 
political presentations. 



Listening Patiently 

Below: Students listen 
patiently to their peer's 
viewpoints at the PAF 
sponsored debate. The 
event had a good turnout of 
participants . 





"While many college students approach politics with 
an apathetic attitude, it was refreshing to see 
McKendree students following current events, 
seeking political information, and openly engaging 
in political debates with their peers during the 
2004 general election." 

Sarah Haefner 

"It was wonderful to see the campus community 

actually interested in the political process for a 

change. Turnout at the campus debate was better 

than expected and student participation during the 

question and answer period reflected just how 

important the issues facing our generation truly 



Paul Woodruff 



Why Vote Democratic? 

Sophomore Paul Woodruff 
tells us why he is choosing 
to vote Democrat this 
election. 



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Hardcore Supporter 

Junior Sarah Haefner 
her support for the 
Democratic party by 
buttons and handing 
Democratic bumper st 
and fliers. 



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Once again, McKendree ' s 
Fine Arts Series brings 
well-known musical talent 
to the college. The 
performances take place 
throughout the year in 
Bothwell Chapel. This 
year's guests include The 
Comic Intermezzo, who 
arrived on October 5, 
2004; PRISM Quartet which 
came on November 11, 
2004; The Minneapolis 
Guitar Quartet, who 
graced us on February 8 , 
2005; pianist Minyoung 
Lee on March 22, 2005; 
and Top Brass on April 
19, 2005. 

The Comic Intermezzo is a 
duo composed of soprano 
Kathleen and 
bass-baritone Peter Van 
De Graaff. They have 
travelled throughout the 



United States and Europe 
performing with famous 
symphonies. The PRISM 
Saxophone Quartet, too, has 
travelled all around the 
world performing with 
famous artists. Members of 
the Quartet are Matthew 
Levy, Timothy McAllister, 
Taimur Sullivan, and 
Michael Whitcombe. An 
additional quartet is the 
Minneapolis Guitar Quartet, 
composed of Joseph 
Hagedorn, 0. Nicholas 
Raths, Jeffrey Lambert, and 
Jeffrey Thygeson. The group 
performs chamber music from 
the Renaissance to Latin 
styles. Minyoung Lee is a 
chamber musician, who has 
performed around the world 
as a soloist. Finally, we 
saw Top Brass, a swing 
group that has played over 
1000 times in the U.S. 



0. Nicholas 

Raths, Jeff 

Lambert , 

Jeffrey 

Thygeson, and 

Joseph 

Hagedorn 

harmonize in 

Bothwell 

Chapel. The 

group has been 

together since 

1986. 



Joseph 

Hagedorn of 

the MGQ plays 

his instrument 

with passion. 

Mr. Hagedorn 

is a founding 

member and 




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Piano Perfection 

Minyoung Lee, a 

classical pianist, 

enthralled the 

audience on March 22 

with her delicate and 

whimsical style. She 

played selections from 

Ravel, Beethoven, 

Chopin and Gershwin. 



Putt in' on a Show 

Top Brass members 

Francis Wyatt and 

Jaime Morales-Matos 

play arrangements 

such as "It Don't 

Mean A Thing, " and 

"Puttin' On the 

Ritz" at their 

performance in 

Bothwell Chapel. 

Wyatt plays 

percussion and 

Morales-Matos plays 

the Trombone. 




An Adequate Description 

San Francisco Classical 
Voice describes Lee ' s 
playing, saying, 
" ' [With] lovely 
delicacy. .. freedom and 
unfailing rhythmic 
poise. [With] 
extraordinary 
sensitivity to harmony, 
[her playing] was 
mesmerizing. ' " 



Take it from the Top 

Jaime Morales-Matos 
exercizes his prowess on 
the trombone. Other 
members of Top Brass 
include David Coleman, 
Trumpet; Matt James, 
Woodwinds; Norlan 
Bewley, Tuba; and 
Francis Wyatt, 
Percussion. Coleman is 
the Artistic Director 
and Bewley is the Music 
Director. 



November 14-20, 2004 



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The pain! The cruelty! 

Student participants at the Hunger Banquet wait for some 
food. The students were divided into three groups 
representing class. Those pictured belong to the lowest 
class and were served very little, if anything at all. 




Whistle while you work! 



Colleen Harter makes a 
T-shirt to advertise Hunger 
and Homelessness Week. 



Friends Forever 

Katrina Molnar and Amber 
Winters represent the 
Middle Class at the Hunger 
Banquet . 



Hunger Facts: 

Did you know? 

* About 24,000 people die everyday from 
hunger or hunger-related diseases. 

* 6,000,000 children under the age of 5 
die every year as a result of hunger. 

* Every 2.9 seconds a child dies from 
hunger and other preventable causes. 

* About 20% of the world's population 
lives on less than $1 a day. 



From November 14th 
through the 20th 
McKendree College 
participated in the 
annual Hunger and 
Homelessness Week. 
SASI, MCAT, and CPS 
put together several 
fun and informative 
events addressing the 
issues. SASI sponsored 
the Great American 
Sleep-Out, where 
students spent the 
night in cardboard 
boxes on the 
turn-about by the 
fountain. On Wednsday 
the 17th, MCAT members 
Jacob Thornton, Amiee 
Lewis, and Krista 
Waltermire, gave a 
special presentation 
at the Brown Bag. 
Afterwards, MCAT 
hosted an Empty Bowls 
program; bowls were 
created by faculty and 
students, and anyone 
that 



donated five dollars 
or more recieved a 
bowl of soup that they 
could keep as a 
reminder of all the 
empty bowls in the 
world. Another fun 
and educational event 
that CPS organized was 
the Hunger Banquet . 
As each person arrived 
to the banquet they 
were asked to take a 
bulletin, and each 
bulletin had a 
different color in it 
representing the 
upper, middle, and 
lower classes. Those 
in the upper class 
received a three 
course chicken dinner, 
while those in middle 
and lower received 
considerably less, if 
anything at all. All 
the students involved 
did an outstanding job 
of addressing such 
important issues. 




lower class at t 
Hunger Banquet , 
waiting for any 
leftovers from the 
middle class group. 



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Tits some pancakes. 



help serve stressed 



It looks like even Bogey the 
Bearcat is under some stress these 
days . 



May 9-11, 2005 



Stress Runs Rampant at McK 




Adrian Jones looks through the Polaroids with Bogey collection in Ames. 



Stress Fest 2005 



Two presentations, three term papers, four unfinished projects 
and five finals all due the same week? If you're like most 
college students, procrastinating is an art form elevated to 
:he most extreme at the end of every semester. The stress 
students feel during the days leading up to finals week can be 
overwhelming. In an effort to help students during their study 
oreaks, CAB organized events both semesters to reduce the 
amount of stress everyone feels. Massage therapists were on 
hand for a free back rub, pancakes were served at all hours of 
the night, midnight dodgeball and car smashing in the quad all 
helped get rid of some pent-up agressions and frustrations this 
week! 



More Bear than Cat During Finals 

Even Bogey can feel the pressure of 
trying to get everything done on 
time . 



May 13, 2005 



Baccalaureate 



The Solemnity Of Baccalaureate 

On Friday, May 13th graduates 
lined up outside MPCC to process 
into McKendree's traditional 
baccalaureate religious service. 
These have been tradition in many 
colleges for centuries. It is 
during this service that the 
hooding ceremony occurs . 

On the back of the program, 
President Dennis has a message 
printed for the graduates . He 
writes, "It is my very special 
pleasure to offer congratulations 
to this graduating class as we 
begin the 2005 Commencement 
Exercises. Each class is 
memorable. Many of us have spent 
the past four years together: 
years which are marked with 
important milestones for us 
individually and as a college. I 
have enjoyed learning and growing 
with you and will remember you 
with great fondness." 

"Together, you as students and we 
as educators, have shared a wealth 
of experiences that will last a 
lifetime. We share your pride, and 
that of your friends and families, 
as you receive your baccalaureate 
degree. We will be proud to count 
you among the thousands of members 
of the McKendree College Alumni 
Association. " 




Looking Good! 

Dr. Jackie Kemp '88 
strikes a pose with 
students while 
helping them find 
their place in 
line. Amalia 
Leguizamon looks 
pretty excited 
about 
baccalaureate! 



Let the show begin 



The 
the 



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ceremony wear 
white robes. These 
marshalls light the 
symbolic candles of 
knowledge to begin 
the service. 



Striving Toward Excellence 

The Rev. Dr. Beverly Wilkes inspired 
the graduates with her thoughts and 



Time to walk! 

Graduates prepa 
as each 
stage . 



for their lin 
proceeds towards 



cutting in line! 



Dr. Pat Folk 
graduates as 
receive their 



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.Senior Cundxon 




Who Says There's No Free 
Lunch?? 

Left: After baccalaureate, 
seniors and their guests were 
invited to celebrate during 
Senior Luncheon, which is 
hosted by the Office of 
Alumni Relations and the 
college's alumni association. 
More than 400 people gathered 
in the IM gym for the party! 



Right: Dr. Todd Reynolds, Dean „ 
of Student Affairs, is on e 
stand by holding the plates of j 
lunch that Joni Mitchell, I 
Career Services Director, 
serves to the seniors and 
their guests. 



All In The Family- 



Left: Jan Mallrich, 
Admissions administrative 
assistant, her son, J.J. '05, 
his wife, Shannon '98 and 
their new baby girl show up 
for the party. Are they 
presenting the next 
generation to graduate from 
McKendree? 

Right: Rev. Ralph '53 and 
Jennie Lynn Totten '52 joined 
their granddaughter, Corey 
Totten '05 during her sr. 
luncheon. Rev. Totten serves 
on the Board of Trustees and 
his wife, Jennie Lynn, serves 
on the Alumni Board. 




Sweets for the Sweet ! 



Kyle Conrod 
cheesecake n 
candies the 
des 



05 displays the grape 

3se and white chocolate 

were served as the 

Ls senior lunch. 



Quizzing the guests? 

Dr. Neil Quisenberry chats 
senior and her father 
luncheon . 



Strike a pose 

Jennie Fowler '05 and her family are 
enjoying the festivites surrounding 
her graduation. 




May 14, 2005 



, ^nmencement 




Their years of hard work have finally culminated in this special day, where seniors 
graduate and join the ranks of the McKendree College Alumni Association. Graduates are now 
ready to enter the "real world" to begin looking for jobs or continuing their higher 
education. The day started out very rainy and the ceremony was forced inside MPCC where 
graduates were only allowed 4 guests each. The overflow crowd was allowed to sit in the IM 
gym and listen to the ceremony which was piped in by sound system. Despite the gloomy 
weather and cramped conditions, everyone had plenty of smiles and congratulations to enjoy! 



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Blood Drive Saves Lives 

APO sponsors a blood drive at 
McKendree West clubhouse 
about once a semester. This 
event helps the college 
contribute to the community 
in an important way. 
McKendree students, staff, 
faculty, and people of the 
surrounding area donate blood 
to help ensure the blood 
supply that saves lives. 
Donating blood is a nearly 
painless process that helps 
others and takes less than an 
hour of time. 



A Small Reward 
Library Director, Rebecca Bostian 
presents Joshua Hollingsead with a 
Borders gift certificate, an aware 
for his winning essay. 




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Greeks 


28. 


Philoand Sigma Nu 


29. 


Clio and Kappa Sigma Tau 


30. 


BSO and MSU 


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APO and AO 


32. 


CPS and MCAT and SASI 


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Mentoring and Tutoring 


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ACME and Art Club 



Fatigue 

As shown by Holly Hoffman, 
giving blood can take it out of 
you . 



Group Gives Back 

APO members at the blood drive posed for a 
picture. The top row consists of Bobbie 
Andrews, Mary Kane, Katrina Molnar, and Adriar 
Jones. The bottom row continues with Miranda 
Maurer, McKenzie Smith, and Everette Bradfute. 




Recognizing 
Censorship Dangers 

Holman Library held an essay 
contest in recognition of 

3anned Book Week (September 27 
- October 5), which drew 
attention to censorship and its 

>erils. The library posted 
notices and lists of eligible 
books that have been challenged 
or banned that could be used as 
topics for the essay. 

Two winners were chosen. 
Joshua Hollingsead for his 
essay on L'Engle's "A Wrinkle 
in Time" and Erin Kasson for 
her essay on Harper Lee's "To 
Kill a Mocking Bird." Both 
received prizes. "A Wrinkle in 
Time" has been challenged many 
times by parents and religious 
groups as promoting witchcraft 
while "To Kill a Mocking Bird" 
has been criticized for its 
portrayal of race. The Week 
and contest were developed to 
remind the community that 
censorship exists in various 
forms and needs to be fought. 



Taking the Bull by the Horns 

Sean Henderson and Devin Dippold, 
cowboy wannabes, try to ride herd 



Posing with a Cow 

During the LIS trip to Chicago, 
four McKendree students, Sean 
Henderson, Amanda Dotson, Devir. 
Dippold and Josh Hollingsead, 
chanced upon a unique find: an 
inanimate steer. Left to 
themselves Sean and Devin 
started posing with the cow on 
the street so that their 
picture might be taken and 
making it into the yearbook! 



£ocal and IBorid Section 



Disappointing Turn-Out 
at Organizational Fair 



Campus Activity Board (CAB) 
hosted an Organizational Fair 
Pearsons during the Spring 
semester to try to raise 
student participation. The 
fair lasted for an evening 
and the following afternoon, 
but ironically, there was a 
low turn-out of students. 
Many groups came and set up 
tables, yet students not 
already affiliated with one 
of these groups were scarce. 
The yearbook, at least, 
ttracted no new staff or 



Socializing Search 



even interest. Participation 
at McKendree is often 
described as low by those who 
do participate, and it can be 
seen that a few students who 
are involved are usually 
involved in several different 
groups. Whether this is due 
to McKendree ' s large number 
of commuters or intense focus 
on class work, complaints are 
often raised that few 
students really care about 
extra-curricular activities. 



a Good Face 




Discussing Racial Issues 

McKendree students sit together at the 
conference to ready their presentation. 




McK Students Attend African 
American Leadership College 

McKendree sent 18 students and 
Brent Reeves to the 11th annual 
National African American Student 
Leadership Conference (NAASLC) 
held at Rust College in Holly 
Springs, Mississippi, January 
14-15. The conference addressed 
liberation and analyzed past and 
present models of African 
American leadership. 

The conference theme was "A Call 
to Action! Bridging the Gap: 
Keeping the Civil Rights Legacy 
Alive." Issues such as the 
struggles of black students on 
predominantly white campuses, 
shaping mass movements, and 
building progressive African 
American student organizations 
were covered. 

McK representatives were invited 
to participate in a panel 
discussion during the conference. 
The panel included Myron Bell, 
Courtney Logan, Michael Harrison, 
Millicent Hughes, Adrian Jones, 
Kiea Porter, and Rachel Witcher. 
The students presented on the 
topic of "Hip Hop in Our Culture" 
and followed up with a question 
and answer period. 



Rotoract and SGA . 


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Team Bogey . 


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Student Publications . 


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LIS and Model UN . 


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Spectrum, Math, and Psych Club . 


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Spring Fling . 


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Around the World . 


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In Brief . 


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Half-Mast Flag 

The flag flies a 
The flag was set 



half-mast before PAC, denoting mourning at the college. 
:o half-mast several times this year. 



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Stude us Show Their Love of Fun 



Each year, a majority of 
McKendree students get caught 
up in the busy world of Greek 
Life. Whether it be from 
pledging, fraternity or 
sorority activity, or just 
attending the numerous parties 
thrown, students throughout the 
campus feel the influence of 
McK's prominent Greek student 
body. Between "Wild Turkey", 
"Pucker Up" and "Hump Day", and 
other parties, most of which 
occur in nearby Aviston, 
participants have found the 
time to snap a few shots and 
preserve a few memories. 



Analyze This 

Below: Emily Canning, representing 
the Psychology Club, hopefully 
competes in APO's Ugliest Man on 
Campus competition. 



Hell Week is. . .Hell 

Below: Kappa Sigma Tau poses during 
their Hell Week Scavenger Hunt to 
take a picture. During this week, 
they also had a sleepover and an 
extensive Q and A session. 



Adam Bailey shows 

off his female 

comrades, Jamie 

Holshouser and 

Jackie Busekrus, 

before heading off 

to have a wild night 

at Boo Bash. 



Analyze That 

Dr. Tami Eggleston, 

a professor of 

Psychology at 

McKendree, 

temporarily forsakes 

her dignity for a 

good cause at the 

annual UMOC contest. 




Jeff Quinn, | 
representative 
of Clio, 
Amanda Chaney 
representing 
Kappa Sigma 
Tau, and Emilt 
Canning sit 
around and 
wait for thei 
turns to prov 
that they ; 
McK's ugliest 




£oronties and {fraternities- 

The Hustle and Bustle 



Sing to Me, Cowboy 

JaRon Lamaar Dent compete 
in APO's UMOC competitior 
Unfortunately- -or 
fortunately- -for his fan 
club, he won the contest 
McKendree's Ugliest Man. 



Fraternities and Sororities Search 
for Local Talent 

Fraternities such as APO focused this year on 
not only service, but also on fun. They hosted 
the Ugliest Man on Campus contest this year, 
with proceeds going to the American Cancer 
Society. CLIO, too, hosted fun events, like 
McKendree Idol, a spin-off of Fox's immensely 
popular American Idol . 




Left: Fraternities 
and sororities 
hosted events during 
Greek Week to entice 
McK students into 
joining their 
organizations. Here, 
a group of students 
enjoy a Greek Bowl. 

Right: Sean Martin 
as a not -so- sexy 
french maid during 
Boo Bash. 



Mmmm, Moonshine! 
Left: Kyle Lapington 
country-fies himself 
for Sigma Nu ' s Boo 
Bash. This hillbilly 
holds a refreshing 
can of "moonshine." 



Right : Gregory 

Abrahams, a Napoleon 

Dynamite look-alike, 

dresses up for APO's 

Ugliest Man on 

Campus. While he 

didn't win the 

contest, he did win 

in the talent arena. 




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Sigma Nu is perhaps the most 
well-known fraternity at 
McKendree college. Their name 
is synonymous with the services 
they perform for the community 
and the parties that they 
throw. During the 2004-2005 
school year, Sigma Nu has sold 
50/50 tickets at football 
games, as well as T-shirts, 
sweatshirts and hats. They also 
made barbeque in the parking 
lot during the games for the 
fans. Apart from their various 
service projects, Sigma Nu has 
found time to throw parties for 
the students at McKendree. 
"Wild Turkey" parties hosted by 
the fraternity often occur in 
Aviston, and a recent 
development this spring, 
"What's Your Fantasy?" thrown 
by the group, occurs at the 
Juicy Peanut in Mascoutah. 
Aside from these, a long-time 



tradition of the organization is 
to go to Showme ' s on Thursday 
nights for buffalo wings and 
general relaxation with their 
brothers . 

Philo is the oldest fraternity in 
Illinois, and made its debut at 
McKendree ten years after the 
formation of the college. It 
began as a Philosophical society 
dealing with literature; its 
original seven members were all 
involved in either forensics or 
literary works. However, through 
the years it has evolved into a 
social organization. Philo hosts 
about three parties a semester; 
they just recently held the "Hump 
Day Party" in Aviston. 
Additionally, each Christmas they 
collect toys, which they donate 
to a Christmas care foundation. 




A Pre-Parade Pose 

Kyle Buettner and John Dawson 
their last minute touches on the: 
Sigma Nu float for the homecomin 
parade to say hello to the 
friendly photographer. Sigma Nu ' 
float won second place. 



Sigma Nu Group Picture 

First row: Jeff Quirin.Adam Prest, Chris Hayer.Tom 
Peiper, Nathan Raley.Matt Heck and Ian Mccormick. Second 
row: Alex Galli.John Brown, Joe Geimer, Jason Bundy.Matt 
Ziegler, Dave Rhodes, George Shank, Lester McQuaid, and John 
Dawson. Third row: Jacob Thornton, Dan Casper, Greg 
Abrahams, Kent Strang, Mike Schaal, Kyle Buettner , Kyle 
Gerlach.and Mark Cregger. 



McK's Philo 

Philo, somewhat of a rival fraternity of Sigma Nu, 
could not be pictured. However, members this year 
are Rick Shield; Cory Alberson; Derek Pechacek; 
Michael Camiliere, Treasurer, Michael Achord II, 
Vice President; Keith Jackson, Secretary; Aaron 
Eversgerd, President; Nickolas Francescon, 
Philosopher; and Kyle Lapington. 



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Get Organized 

Philo President 
Aaron Eversgerd, 
left, and Mike 
Camilieri try to 
recruit new members 
for their fraternity 
at the 
Organizational Fair. 



Just a glimpse of 
Sigma Nu ' s 2nd pla 
tropical float befo. 
the homecoming 
parade. The creatic 
featured a volcano, 
complete with smoke 
from dry ice, and 
real live flora. 



Sigma and Clio 



Clionian Update 

Every year, Clio, Kappa Lambda 
Iota, holds several events that 
capture the interest of 
VIcKendree's student body. This 
year the organization, formed 
on December 6, 1869 as the 
Clionian Literary Society, 
hosted many exciting activities 
for students to attend or to 
participate in. The sorority 
hosts at least one dance a 
year, and conducts fundraisers 
as well. Additionally, they 
hold a Spring Formal . The 
fundraiser of choice this year 
was McKendree Idol, from which 
all of the money earned will be 
donated to the Susan G. Komen 
Breast Cancer Foundation. Clio 
has strong ties with this 
foundation, as Clio walked 



Milk 'n Cookies 

This year, members 

of the sorority CLIO 

had a bake sale to 

raise money. Right 

and far right: 

Students buy cookies 

from CLIO members to 

beat that sugar 

craving . 



in the Komen Race for the Cure 
during the summer. Clio members 
this year included Tiffany 
Galeaz , President; Amie Lewis, 
Vice President; Amber Jackson, 
Treasurer; Kelly Frawley; 
Crystal Cole; Crystal Barrera; 
Mallory Mora; Denise Berger; 
Latonya Beard; Mallory 
Pritchard; Renee Lanenga; 
Rachel Witcher; and Shana 
Jones. Unfortunately, a group 
picture could not be arranged. 



Sigma News 

Kappa Sigma Tau was founded at 
McKendree in 1974, and 
re-established in the fall of 
1992. Throughout each year, KET 
holds several campus-wide 
functions, such as Gotta Tappa 
Kegga, and more exclusive 



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KET Door of 



events, like their Spring 
Formal . KET sponsors are 
Dr. Lyn Huxford and Dr. 
Alan Alewine. 

Kappa Sigma Tau 

Members are Sara Addison, Mindy 
Auth, Jenny Bieber, Krysti Boden, 
Kelly Brayfield, Mandi Bruce, 
Emily Canning, Amanda Chaney, 
Hillary Cobb, Catie Connelly, Sara 
Ford, Michelle Fuchs, Leslie 
Hattle, Emily Hohl , Barbie Klaus, 
Jamie Paluczak, JoAnne Paluczak, 
Nicole Richard, Erica Seibel, 
Keyma Smith, Sara Trask, Abby 
Tribley, Lindsay Weathers, Megan 
Weiler. Pledges: Beth Agne , Lena 
Jackie Busekrus, Danielle 
Donley, Danielle Chambers, Erin 
Coble, Amber Harriss, Jaime 
Holshourse, Dana Miller, Lacy 
Robertson, Miriam Ruiz, Alison 
Stach, Ashley Stough. 



Seductive 
Sigmas 

As with most 

fraternities or 

sororities on 

campus, Kappa 

Sigma Tau (KET) 

pledges had to 

prove their 

commitment to the 

group. This year, 

pledges decorated 

their doors to 

the theme of 

"Seductive 

Sigmas . " 





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This year, the Black Student Organization 
(BSO) and McKendree Sisters United (MSU) 
each celebrated the diversity and power 
in being a minority group at McKendree. 
BSO began the new school term quietly, 
remaining incognito with only Kwanzaa 
celebrations to mark their activity. 
However, with the dawning of 2005, the 
group erupted with activity, celebrating 
Black History Month with trips to the 
History Museum and hosting a Motown 
Night. BSO was formed to educate students 
on black culture and history. They are a 
diverse group, not limited to only 
students of African-American descent . 
This organization also encourages 
students to serve the community and 
requires at least 5 hours per semester of 
service from each member. MSU, led by Dr. 
J.L. Kemp, remained fairly unknown during 
this school year, with the graduation of 
several important members. However, the 
group, which focuses on female 
empowerment, support, and hard work, 
plans to rejuvinate itself with the 
addition of new and worthy members. 



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BSO members sit 

around during their 

weekly Monday 

neeting, listening to 

President Myron Bell 

state the week's 

agenda . 

MSU could not be 

pictured. Members 

this year include 

Heather Hickox, 

President; Amie 

Lewis, Vice 

President; Juanita 

Nunn, Secretary; 

Christina Cooper, 

Historian/Treasurer; 

and Rachel Witcher, 

Public Relations. 




Life Lessons 

year BSO 
dedicated a 
week to the 
celebration 
of Kwanzaa . 
Each candle 
stands for a 
diffe 
Lnciple by 
which to 




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BSO Bonding 

Participants in the 
Kwanzaa celebration 
gather round to captL 
one more memory. 



Members of the Black Student Organization stand together for a 
quick picture. This year's officers include Myron Bell, President; 
JaRon Dent, Vice President; Adrian Jones, Treasurer; Michael 
Harrison, Secretary ;and Freshmen Representatives Kiea Porter and 
Paul Frank. 



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The world-wide service 
organization Alpha Phi Omega 
(APO) , Chi Omega chapter, 
celebrated its thirtieth year at 
the college in 2005. APO is the 
world's largest fraternity, and 
the only National Service 
Fraternity. They host several 
fundraisers and charity events, 
such as Ugliest Man on Campus, a 
mock competition/fundraiser, 
during March and April. They also 
participate in the Relay for 
Life, and attended several 
national conferences. 

Alpha Omega (AO) also experienced 
a productive year. To kick off 
their 50th anniversary at McK, 
they held a formal in October. 
Other events included the Big 
Brothers Big Sisters Bowl-A-Thon 
in April, and participation in 
the Susan B. Koman Breast Cancer 
Walk in June. Additionally, AO 
worked on adopting a highway. 
Along with all of that, they 
still found time to partake in 
Ronald McDonald House activities. 
AO's goals go hand- in-hand with 
their events. They strive to 
unify people for the common good, 
and improve character development 
and strength in a woman. 



APO members include 
Katrina Molnar, 
President; Miranda 
Maurer, VP-Service; 
Jacob Thornton, 
VP-Membership; Everette 
Bradfute, Secretary ,- 
Adrian Jones, Treasurer; 
Charles Shepard, 
Sergeant -at -Arms; and 
Mckenzie Smith, 
VP-Brotherhood. Pledges 
consist of Kari 
Jennings, Brendon 
Summary, and Bobbie 
Andrews . 

Alpha Omega members 
consist of Bekki 
Amann, President ; Lindsay 
Foster, Vice President; 
Jamie Lauf , Secretary; 
Amber Henn and Jamie 
Stephens, Treasurers; 
Jamie Graham and Katie 
Wisnasky, Pledge 
Mistresses; Brook Enyart 
and Ashley Vallero, 
Social Chairman; 
Sarah Hedman and Amber 
Taylor, Work Chairmen; 
Joanna Schulman, Alumni 
Director; and Active 
Members are Rachel 
Bailey, Deanna Dashley, 
and Charity Lowry. 



Gimme a Break! 

Jacob Thornton 

and Mckenzie 

Smith take a 

break from 

their antics to 

pose for a 

picture during 

the APO 

informational 

meeting, hosted 

for prospective 

pledges . 



ring the APO 

informal , 

current 

nbers listen 

their peers 

prospective 

pledges in 

lat it means 

:o be an APO 

member . 




Alpha Omega 

First row: Charity Lowry, Bekki Amann, 
and Jamie Stephens. Second row: Cassie 
Leonard, Joanna Schulman, Ashley Vallero, 
and Jamie Graham. Third row: Michelle 
Kadonsky, Jennifer Tucker, Amber Henn, 
and Tammara Gage . 



Homecoming Hustle 

Sarah Hedman and Amber Henn cease their 
homecoming parade duties to say hello 








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Center for Public Service Goals 
"The goals of the Center are to 
contribute to the intellectual 
development, sense of social 
responsibility, and active citizenship 
of students by engaging them in 
meaningful and academically sound 
service experiences." (Taken from the 
CPS website. ) 



Devoting Another 
Year to Service 

McKendree's volunteer 
organizations devoted another 
year to serving the community. 
This year, Students Against 
Social Injustice (SASI) , along 
with the college's Center for 
Public Service (CPS) , sponsored 
National Homeless and Hunger 
Awareness Week. 
Apart from co-sponsoring this 
event, SASI's members involved 
themselves in other ventures, 
such providing meetings giving 
election information and 
showing "The Life of David 
Gale", a movie against Capital 
Punishment. SASI's advisor and 
president are Dr. Duane 



Olson and Amie Lewis. 
CPS and McCat also had 
another good year of service, 
Both headed by Dr. Lyn 
Huxford, there is a fine line, 
between where one 
organization stops and the 
other begins. In fact, McCat 
is the student coordinated 
volunteer corp that is 
supported by CPS. CPS's goals 
are to involve them in 
service experiences which, 
according to the website, 
include " . . . cultivat [ing] the 
intellect and spirit of 
persons who care for one 
another and for the world in 
which they live and work." 



SASI's Mission Statement 

"McKendree College Students Against Social Injustice 
(SASI) strive to create an environment of awareness, 
understanding, and open-mindedness . Furthermore, we 
dedicate ourselves to the promotion of diversity, 
equality, justice, and freedom. In our quest to 
accomplish these goals we will combine our efforts to 
educate, motivate, and defend the rights of those who are 
discriminated against or disadvantaged in any way. " 




McCat Retreat, September 2004 

A group of volunteers stand outside durin | 

. from September 10-12, 2004. Kari Jennings says, 
as it an educational exper. ,n 

to know each other be- I 

rather than work as in 




Movie Anyone? 

Left: Students 
talk at SASI's 
showing of "The 
Life of David 
Gale". Right: 
Kiea Porter 
investigates 
MCCAT ' s display 
at the volunteer 
fair. 



Good food, 
good company 

Several 

students 

participated 

in this 

SASI -sponsored 

event. They 

partake in 

provided pizza 

and drinks 

during this 

interlude. 



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Reading, 
Writing and 
Arithmetic 

McKendree 
freshman 
Amanda Farrel 
works with a 
student at the 
Lebanon Grade 
School . 
McKendree has 
offered this 
volunteer 
opportunity 
for a number 
of years, and 
participants 
have remarked 
that not only 
do they get in 
much needed 
service hours, 
but it had 
also changed 
their lives by 
helping 
people . 



Facts 




* Boys and girls with mentors are 46% less likely to ] 
use illegal drugs and 53% more likely to stay in t 
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usually school-based, and its goal is generally to 
improve academically. 





More Than Just Another Leader 

Erica Merlenbach, one of the 
students in charge of the tutoring 
program, does more than just sign 
off papers for volunteer hours. 
Here, she sits with a student and 
guides him through his work. 



Helping Others Help Themselves 

Gina Matzenbacher and Erin Coble 
get in some volunteer hours as 
well as some time helping others 
at the after school tutoring 
program. 




Helping Kids Learn, 
One Student at a Time 



Erica Merlenbach and Lindsey 
Holderfield have been in charge 
of the Mentoring and Tutoring 
program at the Lebanon grade 
school for two years, thanks to 
the involvement of Maggie White, 
Director of Student Affairs. 
During their experience, they 
see, on average, three or four 
McKendree regulars come in to 
tutor, and about seven or so 
grade-schoolers. These small 
numbers, however, do not mean 
that lives are not changed by the 
program. 

Merlenbach describes a young boy 
from the grade school to 
illustrate her point about the 
meaningfulness of this 
organization. When this boy first 
began coming to be tutored, he 
had trouble in every subject and 
possessed almost no 
self-confidence. Nevertheless, he 
arrived almost every day to 
garner help with his homework. 
Eventually, this help worked. The 
young boy had a complete 
turnaround, gained 
self-confidence, and even came 
when he did not have homework, 
just to chat with the tutors. 

Merlenbach says, "It is a great 
feeling that we have made a 
difference in his life." On the 
program itself, she remarks, 
"Working with the tutoring 
program has changed my life for 
the better. I enjoy working with 
and building relationships with 
these students and it is a 
wonderful feeling knowing that 
your time and effort have paid 
off." This year, tutoring 
opportunities were offered Monday 
through Thursday, from 
three-thirty to four-thirty p.m. 



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ACME'S Enthusiam Abounds 

As of 2003, A.C.M.E. --anime, 
cartoon, manga enthusiasts- -has 
been trying to gain membership to 
its guild. Members of this club 
are interested in the Japanese 
art form of comic books as well 
as the Japanese culture itself. 
A.C.M.E. members do not just read 
and enjoy comic books; the club 
also focuses heavily on the 
culture behind these comic books. 
Many of A.C.M.E. 's members draw 
and create their own comics, and, 
of course, play the video games 
as well. Some members, like its 
President, Kristin Weltzin, even 
go as far as dressing up like 
various Japanese characters . 
Since they are a relatively new 
club, A.C.M.E. has not held many 
campus-wide activities. A few of 
the events they have planned and 
executed thus far are the 
showings of "Spirited Away" and 
both volumes of "Kill Bill". They 
have also hosted a Halo 2 
tournament in the Lair. 
In the future, A.C.M.E. plans on 
hosting a cultural day in which 
its members hope to build an 



interest in manga by 
teaching others about 
various countries such 
as Korea, Japan, Africa, 
and Argentina. 
They are also currently 
working on getting 
Michael "Piano Squall" 
Gluck to perform on 
campus. Gluck takes 
video game and anime 
music and performs it on 
the piano. A.C.M.E. is 
still in the process of 
arranging dates and 
times for this show. 



ACME Presents: 

Kari McDaniel, Brent Tebbe, Kristin Welt 
and Amy Corzine greet McKendree student; 
they enter the Lair to see "Kill Bil] 




Affairs or 



Bill Harroff 
and Kristin' 
zin, 
eft, entice| 
students to 
join at the 

Fair. 
Nick Fulton 
and Adam 
Bailey, 
right, sleej 
through 
ACME ' s 
showing of 
"Kill Bill". 



A Busy Year for Art Club 

"The goal of the Art Club is to 
increase people's appreciation 
for art," says President Betsey 
Kirschner. To induce this 
appreciation, the club holds 
many events throughout the 
year. Members attend monthly 
discussion groups and dinners, 
as well as visiting art museums 
in the area, where they view 
various galleries. This year, 
the club went to Chicago for 
two days. They also had guest 
speakers, such as an 
illustrator that was invited to 
the campus. On campus, the club 
provided a lemonade stand one 
day and also helped SGA and CPS 
with the BBQ that was a part of 
Spring Fling. Art Club assisted 
in planning the Fine Art Awards 
as well. Other service projects 
included the painting of murals 
in Lebanon's Methodist church. 
Next year the 



organization, along with 
CPS, is planning to have 
a charity auction in 
April. Unfortunately, a 
group picture of this 
club could not be 
acquired. Executive 
members include President 
Betsey Kirschner, 
Vice-President Jen 
Repking, Secretary 
Jessalyn Belling, and 
Treasurer Erica Leonhar. 











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Art Trivia 

1 . Who painted La Grenada? 

2 . Who is the woman with the 
mysterious smile? 

3 . Where is El Greco from? 

4 . Who painted the Sistine 
Chapel? 

5 . was a famous 

Mexican muralist. 

6. (#5) was married to 



Body Language 

Art Club members 
help out at the 
club's body 



painting st 



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Pablo Picasso 2. Mona 
ain 4. Michealangelo 5. 
Ida Kahlo 



3a 3. Toledo, 
Lego Rivera 6 . 



llotoract and Sd531 




Democracy Reigns at McKendree This Year 



One Big Happy Family- 
First Row: Chris Hayer, Kent Strang, Ericka Dennis, 
Kim Bright. Second Row: Sean Martin, John Brown, Megan 
Weiler, Rachel Petrus, Sara Rubenacker, Diedra Thomas, 
Amanda Klaus, Megan Barker, Amber Schaeffer, Katie 
Hubbard. Third Row: Jason Ayran, Pat Sears, JaRon 
Dent, Mike Schneider, Curtis Meadows, Andres Marquez, 
Freddy Wagley. Not Pictured: Brittany Newbury 



The Student Government 
Association (SGA) acts 
as the representative 
governing body of the 
students on all 
college-related matters 
and distributes budget 
money to student groups 
on campus. SGA is a 
very active group on 
campus and has regular 
meetings. In addition, 
this organization also 
expresses students' 
opinions and concerns 
to the administration. 
SGA elects members to 
represent the student 
body on campus each 
year . 



The organization is 
comprised of about five 
Senate members per 
class as well as five 
Executive Board 
Members. The Executive 
Board includes the 
following members: 
president-Kent Strang, 
vice president-Brittany 
Newbury, 

Secretary- Ericka 
Dennis, Treasurer-Kim 
Bright, and Student 
Counselor-Chris Hayer. 
The president 
occasionally addresses 
the Board of Trustees 
and represents the 
student body at 
functions and special 
events . 



Fast Facts on Rotoract 



Rotaract is a 
community service club 
sponsored by Rotary. 
Bearcat Rotaract in 
particular is 
sponsored by the 
Sunrise Chapter Rotary 
Club located in 
0' Fallon, Illinois. 



At the Fair 

Several 

Rotoract 

members man 

the table at 

the Org. Fair. 

The members 

show off their 

banner to get 

people ' s 

attention and 

flaunt their 

pride . 



Today, there are over 
7,000 Rotaract clubs 
located in 155 
countries worldwide, 
making it one of the 
most on-the-rise 
organizations today. 



Read the Sign: It Says Rotoract Club 

First Row: Amber Kalert, Christine Cooper, 
Tiffany Galeaz. Second Row: Denise Dodd, 
Keyma Smith, JaRon Dent, Becky Aman, Amanda 
Rushing. Third Row: Adrian Jones, Jason 
Ayran. 










Ccam Bogey 



Team Bogey, McKend: 
booster club, had a successful 
third year. Formed to support 
McKendree ' s sports teams, the 
group showed up and cheered at 
games as well as hosting other 
campus events. The group again 
held their "Wing Thing," selling 
hot wings in combination with 
watching televised sports games. 
The other major event the group 
sponsored, in conjunction with 
Campus Ministries, was the 
Superbowl party. This party 
began with a presentation on 
sexual health followed by a meal 
including hot wings, and ended 
with the watching the game. Team 
Bogey events also usually include 
prize drawings. 



Lounging with 
Wings 

These 
students 
enjoy their 





hot 
while 

lounging in 
the lair. 



Jump for Joy 

The end of 
the big game 
brought 
forth both 
shouts of 
elation and 
despair. 



Teambogey Members 

A group shot of some of Team Bogey 
members. Starting at the left of the 
bottom row, they are Leslie 
Gummersheimer , Keyma Smith, Sara Ford, 
Jason Ayran. The top row is filled by 
Kyle Conrod, Erica Seibel, Mike 
Camiliere, and Brian Schafer. 



Waiting for Wings 

Team Bogey sold hot wings to students 
as well as providing dipping sauces. 







Waiting for the Main Eve 




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Jubilation and Desolation 

Students became really expr 
of their happiness or 
disappointment in thei 
critical play is made. 



Student Publications 



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Midst of the Meeting 

Amber Giger, Kelly 

shr, and Gretcher 
Ulferts are at a 
yearbook meeting. 



Minnow ■ s Crew 
The yearbook float 
in the homecoming 
parade used 
"Gilligan's Island" 
as a theme . 



mm. 








Editorial 
Know-how 

Sami Harriss 
conducts a 
meeting with 
the staff 
while 

referring to 
something 
online . 



The Review 

McKendree ' s newspaper, 
"The Review" is 
published every other 
week and distributed on 
campus for free. The 
newspaper contains 
articles on local 
McKendree events and 
issues, including 
opinion pieces written 
by students, as well as 
wire service articles 
about college issues and 
general news. The 
editor for the year was 
Whitney Pankey assisted 
by associate editor 
Emily Gaddis and faculty 
advisor Gabe Shapiro. 
Staff writers are listed 
as Jodi Pfefferkorn, 
Christina Robinson, 
Naureen Stack, Barbie 
Klaus, Megan Weiler, 
Mike Schaal , Danielle 
Rieckenberg, Afton 
Wiggs, and Tammara Gage. 
Unfortunately, a group 
picture of the newspaper 
staff could not be 
obtained . 



Quick 
Meeting 

The Montage 
editors and 
a couple of 
readers 
quickly 
confer 
between 
asses . 




Taking a Break 

Lisa Moore and Michelle Ashley s 



waiting for the 
and then judge. 



ion to read 



The McKendrean 

The yearbook had a much 
bigger staff this year 
than in the two previous 
years . Editorship of 
the yearbook was shared 
by Juniors, Josh 
Hollingsead (for a 
second year) and Sami 
Harriss. The advisor 
for her third and final 
year was Kelly Wissehr. 
Staff who stuck with us 
the whole way include 
Gretchen Ulferts, Laura 
Mueller, Sarah Haas, 
Kara Ellis, Christine 
Thomas, Erin Conner, and 
Chris Ridenour. Other 
staff who contributed 
but left the yearbook 
staff were Carrie 
Harrison, Brittany 
Ulrich, and Amber Giger. 



The Montage 

McKendree ' s annual 
creative literature 
magazine, "The Montage" 
publishes short 
fiction, poetry, and 
creative non-fiction 
submitted by McKendree 
students. "The 
Montage" is free to the 
campus community, paid 
for by the college. 
The editors, Lisa Ann 
Moore and Amanda 
Dotson, put the book 
together. Helping in 
this task were readers 
who assisted in judging 
submissions. The 
readers credited were 
Michelle L. Ashley, 
Lizz Glockner, Josh 
Hollingsead, Christina 
Krewinghaus, and Sarah 
Robinson. The faculty 
advisor was Jenny 
Mueller. 



Co-Editors 

Lisa Moore and Amanda 
Dotson pose together 



Campus Groups Cravel 



McKendree Participates 
in Model UN 

Model United Nations is 
a widespread organization 
that involves high schools 
and colleges from across 
the country holding mock 
meetings simulating those 
of the United Nations. 

The McKendree College 
chapter of Model UN 
originated on campus in 
1972. Jeff Quirin was the 
Secretary General for the 
McKendree Model UN program 
for 2004-2005, with Brian 
Frederking as the staff 
advisor . 

According to the McK 
Model UN website, 
"students benefit greatly 
for UN sessions in the 
development of: research, 
writing, public speaking, 
problem solving, consensus 
building, conflict 
resolution, compromise and 
cooperation." This year 
is significant bee 
is the first year of 
participation of 
McKendr 
collegiate UN competition. 



LIS Experiences Drama 

The McKendree 
Literary Interest 
Society (LIS) is the 
campus group that 
sponsoreded an annual 
trip to Chicago to see 
"Travesties" and "Romeo 
and Juliet." The group 
also supported those 
who wanted to go to the 
local MLA conference in 
the Fall semester as 
well as holding 
different fund-raising 
events to raise money 
for the tri 

Membership of the 
group is informal, but 
the elected officers 
for Fall 2004 and 
Spring 2005 were 
President Emily Tuttle, 
VP Christina 
Krewinghaus, Secretary 
Elizabeth Sherman, and 
Treasurer Emma Frost . 
Professor McClintock is 
the groups advisor. 



Waiting in the Lobby 

Sean Henderson stands around with Professors McClintock 
and Greenfield waiting for the rest of the group to 
arrive for the play. 




A Military Escort 

When leaving Chicago, the group of 
course brought their souvenirs home. 
Sean Henderson and Devin Dippold hold 
their posters over their shoulders 
while trailinq behind Amanda Dotson. 



Waiting on the Bus 

The group that went to Chicago rode many 
just having gotten off the train, is wait 



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Math Club Enjoys Pizza and Pi 



the Math Club gives 
students an opportunity 
to explore various 
aspects of mathematics 
in a social setting. 
The club met monthly for 
pizza and played math 
games. The club has 
nicely grown in the last 
two years. Dr. Alewine 
proudly said, "This year 
the students were in 
charge of the 
presentations instead of 
Dr. Robb or myself." 




zza With a Side of Math 

Alicia Crow, Brian Schoenherr 
and Erik Jacobsen enjoy a few 
slices before they get down t 
business . 




Only A Small 


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Psychology Students 
Publish Work 

The Psychology Club exposes students to the 
practical aspects of their chosen profession 
through discussions, demonstrations, and field 
trips . Several members of the Psych Club were 
published in Scholars, an online journal of 
undergraduate research. 



The Mathematical Bunch 

Math Club members from left to right: (fro 
Jacobsen, Aaron Povolish, Alicia Crow, Ash 
Rebecca Flick, Haley Medvick, (second row) 
Shrestha, Brian Schoenherr, Rachael Reed, 
and Tyler Sondag. 



nt row) Erik 
ley Ford, 
Munik 



Spectrum Alliance Still Going Strong 

Roof" sponsored 



Spectrum Alliance is 
social /educational/ 
political organization 
for gay, lesbian, 
bisexual, and 
transgendered people, 
and their allies. 
This year the Safe 
Zone Project was 
reinstituted at 
McKendree. Doors 
displaying a rainbow 
triangle represented a 
place where GLBT 
students could go for 
support . Spectrum has 
also been very busy 
volunteering. They 
participated in a 
program called "Under 



One 

by the Bethany Place 
in Belleville, IL. 
This program provides 
housing services for 
people living with 
HIV. Another program 
the group 

participated in was 
"A Tasteful Affair" 
which is an 
organization in St. 
Louis, MO that 
provides nutritional 
assistance for people 
living with HIV. Dr. 
Alewine and Dr. 
Quisenburry 
co-advised this 
year ' s group . 




Adam Biggs, Dr. Eggle 
Emily Canning, and Marissa 
Heern discuss the papers 
the students have written. 



All Work and No Play 

Cindy Foehrkolb and Jamie 
Ashford are hard at work 
studying. 



Tell Me What You See 

Adam Biggs, Kristin Pankey, and En 
speak about the Psychology Club at 
Organizational Fair. 



April 29-30, 2005 



pring fling 

Bring m the Season with a Drizzle! 



The event was 
supposed to get 
students in the mood 
for Spring. 

Unfortunately, rain and 
cold temperatures kept 
the atmosphere from 
feeling like a Spring 
day in Lebanon. The 
inclement weather did 
not keep students from 
enjoying Spring Fling, 
an event hosted by 
various campus groups. 

Organizations such as 
Art Club, BSO, CAB, as 
well as the Office of 
Student Affairs 
sponsored various 
events on the quad and 
in Ames during the two 
days . 



Maggie White, Office 
of Student Affairs, 
was in charge of the 
barbecue . Members of 
BSO made cotton candy 
for students for free. 
Students enjoyed the 
band, and the blow up 
obstacle courses were 
placed in the quad. 

"I really liked the 
NASCAR simulator 
because I've always 
dreamed of being a 
driver, just like my 
father, " sophomore 
Paul Woodruff said. 

All in all, Spring 
Fling 2005 was a good 
experience that 
brought a little fun 
into the lives of 
students, faculty, and 
staff. 



Grill those Burgers 

Several of the campus organizations shared this te 
of the rain while preparing and serving food to st 
staff, and faculty who took advantage of the free 



udents, 
lunch. 




A New Racing Game 

The NASCAR simulator 
was a popular 
amusement among 
students. Shaped 
like an actual 
NASCAR racer, 
students climbed 
into the driver's 
seat to try their 
hand at racing. 




Friends Pose 

BSO members, Gretchen Ulferts and 
Krescenda Anderson, pose together 
for a quick picture under the 
trees and out of the rain. 




Fries Not Included 

Student Erin Fry 
enjoys a hamburger 
obtained at the food 
stand for free. She 
is one of many who 
replaced their usual 
lunch with the Spring 
Fling barbeque. 



Ground the IBortd 



Fall 2004 




In Five Days at McKendree 



Aprender sobre Mexico 
A group of eager student 
listen to a presentatior 



He's Got the Information 

Reference/ Information 
Technologies Librarian, Bill 
Harroff speaks at an Around 
the World lecture. 



You Learn Something New 
Every Day 

A student presents her 
experiences of culture 
tradition. 





Dr. Peter Will, Dr. 
rami Eggleston, and 
Bill Harroff created 
the "Around the World" 
series that is held 
each semester in Holman 
Library to bring the 
sights, sounds, and 
smells of the rest of 
the world to small town 
McKendree College. 

The series visits a 
different country each 
day for five days and 
tries to "go around the 
world." The series' 
speakers often include 
international students, 
professors who have 
lived in or traveled to 
the country, or area 
locals with a 
connection to the 
country. Iran, South 
Africa, Ireland, 
Mexico, and New Zealand 
were featured. 

Bill Harroff said that 
the series is, "A good 
excuse to buy the 
latest and best 



books, music, and 
movies from each 
country for the 
college . " 

Speakers, movies and 
music, and a typical 
dish or dessert from 
each country is 
prepared and served on 
the country's 
respective day. 

The series takes you 
to another place and 
gives visibility to the 
international students 
who are living on 
campus . When asked what 
his motivation was, 
Harroff replied, "If 
there is one thing I 
could give to you 
folks, it's to go to 
another country... to see 
how other people 
experience their 
lives." And through the 
"Around the World" 
series he is able to 
give us just that, no 
passport required. 



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Interne 


itional students from 19 countries including 


Argent 


na, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazi 


Canada 


Dominica, England, Finland, Guyana, Jamaica 


Kenya, 


Ireland, Nepal, Paraguay, Poland, St. Kitts, 


Lucia, 


and Uraguay. 




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Student of Distinction 

Senior Elizabeth 
Hazzard was presented the 
Lincoln Laureate 
Medallion. Each of the 
state's four-year, 
degree-granting 
universities selects one 
student Lincoln Laureate. 
The award, established by 
The Lincoln Academy of 
Illinois, recognizes 
excellence in both 
curricular and 
extracurricular 
activities. Hazzard 
received the medallion 
during a ceremony held in 
the House of 
Representatives at the 
Old State Capitol in 
Springfield, IL. 

Hazzard is majoring in 
economics, finance and 
management at McKendree . 
"She is an exemplary 
student," said Dr. Sandra 
Lang. "Elizabeth's 
interests are wide 
ranging. In addition to 
her interest in 
economics, finance and 
management, she has a 
minor in German and a 
minor in music as well. 
She also has studied 
mathematics far beyond 
the expected general 
education level," Lang 
said. During Hazzard' s 
junior year, she studied 
in Paris through the 







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Sitting Proud 

Elizabeth Hazzard proudly wears he 
Lincoln Laureate medallion. 

McKendree College sponsored 
exchange program. In 
addition to her academic 
achievements, Hazzard has 
participated in a full range 
of co-curricular activities. 
She has won numerous awards 
as a member of the McKendree 
College debate team. She is 
also a weekly volunteer at 
the National Foundation of 
Extodermal Displaysias. 



Student Ambassadors 
are a team of leaders 
dedicated to serving 
the College 
community. A student 
ambassador does more 
than just give an 
occasional tour, they 
also sponsor 
overnight visits, 
work at Phone-a-thon, 
major campus and 
special events, and 
participate in 
community service. 
This years members 
are: Mandi Bruce, 
Laura Cochrane, Ben 
Eberwein, Rebecca 
Flick, Chris Hayer 



Whitney Pankey, Camille 
Rennegarbe, Keyma Smith, 
Rachel Bryant , Ryan 
Diefenbach, Lindsey 
Hawkins, Emily Kingsley, 
Kyle Lapington, Kayla 
Miller, Sara Trask, 
Bobby Andrews , Jason 
Ayran, Stephanie Hall, 
Julianne Harris, 
Jonathan Lowe, Lester 
McQuaid, Monet Sanders, 
Amber Taylor, Nicole 
Taylor, Lindsay 
Weathers, Krysti Boden, 
Adam Buehne, James 
Campbell, Allison 
Ganschinietz, Jacob 
Heil, Allison Salvato, 
and Rachel Witcher. 



McKendree Celebrates the Life of Dr. 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 




The Office of the Chaplain I 
offered the community an 
opportunity to remember Dr. I 
Martin Luther King, Jr. and I 
the contribution he made to j 
the progress of this nation I 
on January 2 0th. A 
celebration was held 
consisting of music, poetry, | 
dance, and guest speaker, the! 
Rev. Joy Schlesselman, pastor! 
of Hanna City and the Trivolij 
United Methodist Church. 



tional Dance 



ce featured a dance entitled 

focused on efforts to 

barriers that separate 



Lighting the Candle 

In the spirit of Dr. King, an 
offering was taken to help 
fund the efforts of the United 
Methodist Committee on Relief 
to aid victims of the tsunami 
in Southern Asia. 




College Stays Busy Through the Year 



McKendree Hosts Dollars for Scholars 5K Walk/Run 



McKendree College hosted 
an Illinois Dollars for 
[Scholars 5K walk/run on 
aturday, April 30th. Joe 
ipfl, who is a national 
oard member for Scholarship 
merica, serves on the State 
ollars executive committee 
said, "The event's final 
ally was between $15,000 
nd $20, 000. " 

About 20 teams and 200 
eople participated in the 
vent . The walkers and 
runners each worked to 
[secure pledges of at least 
$50. Illinois Dollars for 
IScholars goal is to schools, 
community groups and 
individuals to raise money 
to help local students 





And They're Off 

Members from 20 teams started the 
5K walk/run right in front of 
McKendree ' s campus . 



reach and achieve their 
desired educational 
goals. One-hundred 
percent of all money 
raised goes back to the 
school of their choice 
for a scholarship fund. 



That ' s Not Bogey 

The Gateway Grizzl 
came to McKendree 



No It ' s not American Idol 

Dr. Jennifer Peters leads students 

and staff in singing "Happy Birthday" to 

McKendree on its 177th birthday. 

Happy Birthday McKendree! 



Students, faculty, 
and staff celebrated 
McKendree College 
Founders ' Day on 
Friday, Feb. 18 with a 
huge birthday cake in 



:o cheer on 



Faculty and Staff Enjoy Luau at McKendree 



The faculty and staff 
party is hosted every year 
by the president's office 
just prior to the fall 
semester. This year, the 
theme was a luau and 
employees were allowed to 
dress up and bring their 
families with them. 

The IM gym was decorated 
in theme, while Shazad Baig 
and his food services staff 
prepared an authentic 
Hawaiian meal, complete 
with a whole pig! The 
marching band performed and 
a HUGE inflatable slide was 
setup for the kids to play 
on. 





Say Cheese 

These two friends pose 
for a picture in 
birthday hats while 
eating lunch in Ames. 



Ames Dining Hall 
during the lunch 
hour. Everyone was 
invited to Ames for 
cake and the 
singing of Happy 
Birthday to McK! 
Established on 
Feb. 20, 1828, by 
pioneer Methodists, 
McKendree was first 
called "Lebanon 
Seminary" and 
opened with two 
rented sheds for 72 
students. In 1830, 
Bishop William 
McKendree, the 
first American-born 
bishop of the 
Methodist church, 
permitted the Board 
of Trustees to 
change the 
institution's name 
to McKendree 
College. 



for the children. 



Hawaii or 
Illinois? 

Everyone dressed 

in their best 

Luau attire and 

received leis at 

the door. 




//l&cfv.ndrean Cimes 



Bearcat athletics had another 
outstanding year with several 
accomplishments that have the 
rest of McKendree holding its 
head up high. 

At the start of the academic 
year the Cross Country, Football, 
Hockey, Soccer, and Volleyball 
teams all had remarkable seasons, 
especially the Football team, 
which acquired the title of 2004 
Mid-States Football Association 
Midwest League Champions . The 
winter athletics had 
extraordinary seasons as well. 
For starters a Hockey team was 
added to the athletics department 
this year at McKendree and with a 
final record of 19-12-1 they 
proved to be worthwhile 
competition to rival schools even 
though this was their first 
active year. 

The Bowling teams did pretty 
decent, with the women finishing 
2nd at Sectionals, qualifying 
them for the National Team 
competition held in Rockford, IL. 
Wrestling did an upstanding job 
of representing McKendree at 
Nationals also this year, when 
Tarell Miller and Josh Blackburn 
both qualified. The one 
superlative accomplishment was 
Coach Statham's record breaking 
880 wins this year. He and the 
mens' basketball team plowed over 
Dean Smith's previous record of 
879. 

The spring sports of Baseball, 
Softball, Golf, Tennis, and Track 
and Field rounded off the year. 
Baseball and Women's Track and 
Field teams had the most notable 
accomplishments this season. The 
baseball team earned its sixth 
consecutive American Midwest 
Conference Championship, while 
the women's track and field team 
finished 2nd at Nationals. As 
it's been said before, the 
Bearcats had another outstanding 
athletic year displaying good 
sportsmanship, providing good 
competition, and well 
representing McKendree College. 




Ly their second year 




Watch out below 

k and field team competed well 
at their competitions. 



Skate this way 

Teamwork allowed 
season of hockey 
winning one. 



Sports Section 



Volleyball players have to be in the right 
place at the right time. 





It's a Strike! 




H Hold On Tight 

The football 
team enjoyed 
another winning 
season . 



INDEX 


Football. . . 


.46 


Soccer. . . 


.48 


Volleyball. . . 


.50 


Hockey. . . 


.51 


Cross Country. . . 


.52 


Track & Field. . . 


.53 


Bowling. . . 


.54 


Men ' s Basketball . . . 


.56 


Women ' s Basketball . 


.58 


Tennis. . . 


.60 


Golf... 


.61 


Baseball. . . 


.62 


Softball . . . 


.63 


Wrestling. . . 


.64 


Cheerleading. . . 


.65 



/fl&clkndree football 



The McKendree Football 
team had another great 
year, even if they 
didn't go as far as they 
had hoped in the NAIA 
Championships. The 
bearcats ended with a 
heartbreaking loss to 



MidAtnerica Nazarene 
University. The final 
outcome was 9-2 with our 
only loses going to the 
University of St. Francis 
(10-33) and MidAmerica in 
the first round of the 
NAIA Championships 
(20-21) . 




45o Bearcats! 








, j"» ^ 



JEWS.. 



The 2004 McKendree Football Team 

rate Grayson, Deveon Moss, Tony Vail, Kellen Hill, David Rhodes, Gerald Bailey, Tim Fahrenhorst, Jay Walton, Jake 
toward, Derrick Summerlin, Matt Lauber, Dominique Jones, Andrew Rains, Nick Francescon, Adam Clapp, Drew Cofty, Brendon 
Delaney, Matt Ziegler, Mike Camiliere, Michael Harrison, Kyle Eversgerd, Marcus Mann, Nick Friederich, Terry Williams, Dan 
«Iurrin, Josh Nimmo, Willie Logan, John Sronce, Stephen Webb, Ryan Klier, George Smith, Maukiesh Howard, Lamont Benn, Dan 
tolarski, Carl Whittaker, Uhlon Rich, Joe Bendoraitis, Brent McAdams, Jesse Lewis, Jordan Spurlock, Darron King, Eric 
cott, Lawrence Davis, Jason Yelton, Kalib Brown, Dexter Jackson, Adam Radno, Zac Fish, T.A. Sullivan, Josh Jones, Keith 
Jackson, Jarrod Reynolds, Adam Hicks, Dail Rice, Kyle Gerlach, Sherman Ellington, Jacob Janek, Chris Beatty, Corey 
lUberson, Curtis Meadows, Adam Mehring, Tim Brilley, Mark Root, Daryl Simmons, Antonio Prendergast, Paul Franklin, Kaniel 
chanuel, Bryan Hopkins, Andres Marquez, Joseph Speaks, Chris Cunnings, Brock Weigelmann, Nick Rahar, Rick Schilb, Mike 
iverly, Dustin Pranger, Eric Burge, Dominique Conrad, Zach Hopkins, JaRon Dent, Jeff Meisenheimer , Jordan Smith, Andy 
Branz, Kenneth Webster, Ardell Adams, Duane Mobley, Brandon Wright, Corey Bryant, Antonio McCoy, Kevin Crump, Anthony 

itley, Eddie Williams, Zach Carter, Mike Schneider, Myles Allali, Isaac Arand, Matt Becker, Myron Bell, Jordan Bierman, 
Travis Brading, Aaron Breitbarth, Larry Buck, Zach Burzynski, John Calhoun, Mike Cheeseman, Nathan Clapp, Laron Cole, 
Tommie Collier, David Collins, Richard Cook, Cash Cribbet, Kyle Crowe, Mike Day, Mike Eckhardt , Jason Erwin, Chance 
Farmer, Mark Feldker, Mariano Flowers, Alex Galli, Brent Gerstner, Aaron Haase, Jeremi Hale, Scott Hamby, Wesley Hastings, 

Hawk, Nicholas Hernandez, Stephen Hertzog, Justin Hilvard, Nick Hopkins, Nathan House, Chad Hudson, Jerry Isaac, 
Raphael Jones, Danny King, Jarrod Klier, Seth Knopp, Jason Kosikowski, Ben Laux, Lee Lelea, Courtney Logan, Brian 
Lomelino, Tim Manville, Andrew Mauser, Bobby McRoberts, Xavier Mead, Danny Menke, Jacob Montalbano, Steve Moravec, Joe 

:ier, Matt Newell, Stephen Nicholls, Cory Oldeen, Brandon Owens, Derek Pechacek, Jimmy Pennell, Matt Pieper, Theodore 
Prayer, Michael Prince, Kevin Provost, Adam Robinson, Robert Rogers, Michael Rudd, Chris Rude, Cole Schrage, Corey Simons, 
Jesse Smith, Dean Stratmann, John Turski , Matt Upchurch, Chris Vaughan, Jeff Wingbermuehle, Brandon Wyms 



Just 



Yanick. 



2004-2005 Scoreboard 



Final Record: 9-2 


MoK 


Opp 


Quincy 


31 


7 


St. Francis 






Ohio Dominican 






Iowa Wesleyan 


31 


14 


St. Xavier 
William Penn 


30 


23 


St. Francis 






Olivet Nazarene 






St . Ambrose 
Trinity 


33 


19 


MidAmerica Nazarene 


20 




1st round of NAIA 






Football Championships 



















WM 








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1 




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Field Goal Attempt! 

Ball spiked, 
McKendree is 
about to 
attempt a 
field goal. 



iucdrciit Soccer 
Dcorcs d 05icdt Fair 



Tim Steeg dives across the goal to stop the ba] 
going in. 





The year started 


Their best win 




well for the 




was a 7-0 game 




men's soccer 




against Franklin 




team. They added 


College in the 




fifteen newcomers 


Maryville 




and had seven 




University 




returning 




Tournament . Head 




starters from 


the 


coach, Tim 




2003 season. 


The 


Strange, finished 




season ended 




off his 15th year 




strong with a 




coaching at McK. 




14-6-2 record 






Fun 




Way to go! 


Joe 


McClary takes 


Jay St 


Can they score? 

remlau jumps 


the 


ball and 


up to 


kick the Scott Kutscher 


charges ahead of 


ball away from the -jumps up to 


his 


oponents . 


other 


team. receive the ball 





Men's 
Soccer 

Fall 2004 Record: 14-6-2 



Opp McK 




St . Francis 

St. Ambrose 

Lindenwood 

Trinity Int ' 1 

Davenport 

IN Wesleyan 

U of Illinois 

Benedictine 

Harris-Stowe 

Hannibal - 

LaGrange 

Millikin 

Columbia 

Culver- Stockton 

Franklin 

Williams Baptis 

MO Baptist 

U of MO 

Williams Woods 

U of Illinois 

MO Baptist 

Lindenwood 

Baker 




ehan, Jonathan Reeves, Nathan 

jnd, Shane Ruggless, Kyle Gregory, 

: Frierdich, Paul Tissier, Sean 

Beckley, Ryan Peters, Scott 

Tim Strange. Middle Row:Jared 

John Kuehner, Cole Harress, Cory 

Matt Brumfield, Quinton Marcum. 



Doherty, Dave Schmerrr 

Danny Costello, Eri 

Neighbors, Jeremiah 

Kutscher, Rob Lugge 

Weston, Jason Bundy, 

Adams, John Vasiloff 

Front Row:James Arnold, Chris Sierra, 

Niedringhaus, Brad Oietrich, Tim Steeg, Jason 

Ryan Polete, Ian Nichols, Jesse Essenpreis. Not 

pictured: Brad Dietrich, Gareth Batchelor, Craig Vigar, 

Dustin Pelate, Kevin McDaniel, Jay Stremlau, Nicolas 

Mosca, Joe McClary, Santiago Duran, Steve DeMoulin. 



Sigh fives all around! 

|rhe team celebrates a victory 




Che Bedrests 'Bo 
It 2tgdin! 



The McKendree 
Women's Soccer team 
starts the season 
off with a positive 
attitude. This 
proves to help them 
with the season 
record of 14-2-1. 
They are coming off 
their first ever 
NAIA Women ' s Soccer 



National Championship 
Tournament and they 
started this season 
ranked 20th in the 
NAIA. Led by head 
coach, Tim Strange, 
this year's women's 
soccer team pulls off 
an exciting season. 



Opp 



St. Ambrose U. 


1 


1 


Avila U. 


7 





Lindenwood U. 


5 


1 


Southern IN 


2 


1 


Trinity Int'l 


2 





MO Valley 


I 





Lyon 


5 





Benedictine 


2 


1 


Harris-Stowe 


3 





Hannibal-LaGrange 


4 


1 


Millikin 


4 





SIU-Edwardsville 





2 


Culver-Stockton 


5 


1 


Franklin 


5 





MO Baptist U. 


4 





William Woods U. 


1 





William Jewell 





5 



Women's 
Soccer 

Fall Record 14-2-1 



r&± 



Watch out! 




"Who should I kick Pass that ball! 
Lt to?" 

Ashley Hayes kicks Number 19 kicks 
the ball in. the ball to Ashl 
Hayes . 






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Back Row:Brittany Fuzzesury, Ashley Ritchie, Jenna 
Shellenberg, Tim Strange, Amanda Kirksey, Donny 
Sheehan, Katie Steiger, Maureen Matters, Katie Beck. 
Middle Row:Kasey Stogsdill, Katie Dienell, Jessica 
Vasilloff. Front Row: Laura Cox, Chrissy McCouley, Keri 
Ousley, Jill Wolfmeier, Natalie Jameson, Tiffany 
Everett, Ashley Hayes, Nancy LaRose, Katie Hubbard. Not 
pictured: Lucy Elliott, Antonella Felippo, Stephanie 
Robbins . 




Feel sorry for the ball? 



ball away from the 



olleyball 



2004-2 


00! 


■1 


Final Record: 22-22 








McK 


Opp 


Midland Luthern 





3 


Trinity International 


2 


3 


Trinity International 


2 


3 


Midland Luthern 


1 


3 


Maryville 


3 
2 




3 


Webster 




3 


Fortbonne 


' 


" 


U of I -Springfield 


3 
3 


1 


Hannibal -LaGrange 


" 


St. Francis 


1 


3 


Lindsey Wilson 


- 


3 


Tiffin 








3 


SIU-E 


3 


Columbia 


3 


William Woods 


3 





Lambuth 


3 
3 


1 


Harris-Stowe 





Central Methodist 





3 


Lindenwood 


3 


3 


Missouri Valley 


2 


Culver -Stakton 


2 


3 


Missouri Baptist 


3 

3 


2 


Williams Baptist 





Hannibal -LaGrange 





U of I -Springfield 


3 
3 


1 


St. Francis 





Waldorf 


1 


Bethel 


3 

1 


3 


Brescia 





Columbia 


3 


Lindenwood 


3 


William Woods 


2 
3 

3 
3 





Missouri Baptist 


3 


Harris-Stowe 





Georgetown 


3 


Trinity Christian 


1 


Judson 


1 


Williams Baptist 



3 

3 

2 





Union 


3 


Harris-Stowe 





U f I -Springfield 


1 


Columbia 


3 


Lindenwood 


3 



The McKendree 
College 

volleyball team 
ended an 

excellent season 
with the record 
22-22. The 
girls made it to 
regionals once 
again. This 
year they 
qualified by 
making it to the 
AMC Championship 

unately, 



the volleyball 
season ended when 
McKendree was 
defeated by 
Lindenwood in the 
first round of 
match play: 
24-30, 35-33, 
26-30, 30-29, and 
9-15. The 
Bearcats put up a 
tough fight, but 
unfortunately it 
was not enough. 
There's always 
next year though. 



2004-2005 Volleyball Team 

Back- Maggie Marquedant, Tricia Winter, Nicole R. Taylor, Kelly 

Tiefenbrun, Coach Sharon Kampwerth-Renken, Nicole J. Taylor, Rachel 

Ferguson, Courtney Aldridge. 

4th: Suzan Gerler, Lauren Bivins, Jenilyn Wahlig, Lindsay Suca, Somer 

Speckhart, Chrissy Simones. 

3rd: Michelle Quinn, Kristen Marsaglia, Laura Walk. 

2nd: Aimee Westlake, Andrea Zurliene, Becky Loeschner (Team Captain) . 

Front: Coach Evelyn Bean, Coach Erica Jones, Lyndsey Hillyard, Lindsay 

Lott, Coach Shauna Holeman, Coach Teresa Mason. 




Team Work. 

:he Several girls support their teammate 
she returns the ball. 




Trick Shot! 







Near Right: 




Michelle Quinn 


bumps 


the ball back 




t ■ 


the opponents 


s 


i' 


tfhile her back 
is to the net. 

Take That ! 




Fa: 


Right : Tricia 




W 


inter potently 


f 


Lkes 


the ball back 

the opponents 

side . 




lexxkey 




2004-2005 McKendrean Hockey Team 

Back Row: Trainer Josh Nimmo, Assistant Coach Terry Grimm, Zanny Henseler 
tadrew Stephens, Matt Defranco, Thomas Mahan, Nick Dreyer, Keith Jacob, 
yiatt Brandt, Anthoney Rocca, Nicholas Schubert, Phil Schildknecht , Josh 
Pritchard, Philip Heller, Kyle Ilges, Eric Barger, Head Coach Bill 
misiak, and Trainer Kristin Hustedde. 



Front Row: Ryan Ahlemeyer, Brian Neighbors, David Padgett, E 
(Team Captian) , Scott Roberts, Brent Grimm, and Marcus Power 



■ad 




Stopper 


■ 






Left: 








Goalie, 


Marcu 


s Power, 


stops t 


heir oppone 


fits 


from scoring. 






Go , go , 


go! 






Bottom 


left: 


The 




Bearcat 


s race 


across 


the ice 


to ma 


ke a 




goal . 








Line 'en up! 






Bottom 


right : 


The 


3earca 


line up 


to be 


Lnt i 


oduced 



2004- 


■2005 


Final Outcome: 19 


12-1 






McK 


Opp 


Bradley 


2 


6 


Bradley 


4 


6 


St. Louis 


14 


2 


Marquette 


8 


7 


Marquette 


2 


11 


U of I-Chicago 


11 


5 


U of I-Chicago 


9 


6 


SIU-Edwardsville 


10 


4 


Kansas 


7 


3 


ISU 


8 


4 


ISU 


12 


5 


Kansas 


7 


8 


Kansas 


7 


6 


Missouri 


3 


12 


Missouri 


1 


7 


Lincoln Land 


13 


1 


Lincoln Land 


9 


3 


SIU-Edwardsville 


3 


10 


SIU-Edwardsville 


4 


8 


Lindenwood 


2 


10 


Robert Morris 


4 


2 


Robert Morris 


9 


5 


SIU-Edwardsville 


6 


3 


SIU-Edwardsville 


7 


7 


ISU 


12 


4 


ISU 


16 


6 


Lindenwood 


5 


7 


Lindenwood 


3 


6 


EIU 


8 


10 


EIU 


10 


6 


Lindenwood 


5 


4 



The hockey team was a new 
addition to McKendree Athletics 
this year; what a great addition 
it has proven to be. The 
Bearcats finished the team's 
first season with an outstanding 
record of 19-12-1. At the 
beginning of the season, Coach 
Bill Misiak had hopes to finish 
the season at 500. "My 
expectations were exceeded . . . 
It was a total team effort" said 
Coach Misiak. 




\oee Country 

^ey're Running the Distance 



Fall 2004 



A season riddle:: 
injuries made life 
difficult for che 
2004 McKendree Cross 
Country Team. 
However, they still 
found a way to bring 
home some prestigious 
team and individual 
honors . Under the 
direction of head 
coach Gary White, who 
returned for his 
ninth season, the 
Bearcats competed at 
six meets. Among the 
biggest winners was 
senior Joel Maiyo, 
who earned the right 
to compete at the 
National Championship 
in Lexington, 
Kentucky. 



Usually, team members 
run on a combination 
of grass, hills, dirt 
and gravel . "If 
you're good, then 
you're probably 
running 40-50 miles 
per week, " Sara 
Pettersen said. Some 
suggestions are 
already being proposed 
for next season. "We 
will have a great 
season if we have more 
team spirit, " 
Pettersen said. 
"We should be 
conditioning during 
the off-season and 
learning how to better 
prepare ourselves 
mentally, " Lacey 
Frerking said. 




Cougar-Bearcat Challenge 

Individual Honors: Andrew Smith, 1st Place; 

Joel Maiyo, 4th Place; Nessa Paul, 7th Place 

Eastern Illinois University Invitational 
Individual Honors: Andrew Smith, 5th Place; 
Nessa Paul, 9th Place 

Border War Cross Country Invitational 

Team Honors: 23rd Place; Individual Honors: 

Andrew Smith, 4th Place 

American Midwest Conference 

Team Honors: Women, 2nd Place; Men, 3rd Place 
Individual Honors: Nessa Paul, 1st Place; 
Diana Chase, 7th Place; Sara Pettersen, 10th 
Place; Andrew Smith, 3rd Place; Joel Maivo 
4th Place Y ' 

NAIA Region V Meet 

Team Honors: Men, 8th Place; Women, 11th 
"dividual Honors: Joel Maiyo, 4th 
iced to Nation onship 

52 





Crack £ jPield 

At Nationals Women run away with 2nd and the Men with 8th. 



Javelin! 

This McKendree athlete forcefully throws her 
javelin with great form. 




McKendree' s Track and 
Field Team has had an 
exceptional year this 
year. Most notably, at 
the 2005 NAIA Indoor 
Track and Field 
National Championships. 
The women's 4 x 400 
meter relay team ran 
the fastest qualifying 
time of the day, 
allowing them to 
advance to the Finals 
on Saturday, April 30. 
They led all the teams, 
running 3:39.50. The 
team consisted of 



Halimat Ismaila, 
Crystal Waters, Iantha 
Burke and Rosemary 
Okafor. The team 
finished 2nd. 
Meanwhile, the men's 4 
x 400 meter relay team 
advanced to finals on 
that same day, running 
3:15.01. There, they 
qualified 6th place and 
ended up winning 8th. 
Members of this team 
were Filip Walotka, 
Winston Hutton, Romaine 
Walla, and Orion 
Nicely. 




Run like the wind! 

Particicpating in the long jump, 
obviously got some great air. 



:his studer 



Keeping Pace 

Iantha Burke gracefully and powerfully runs 
her opponents. 



0teri& Bowling 

1st place finish at Dayton, Ohio 



The McKendree Bearcats 
Men's Bowling Team 
rolled out another 
great year. 18 men, 
the largest number of 
bowlers within the 
team's existence, 
competed at 15 
tournaments this year. 
A major highlight of 
the men's season was 
the Gold Team's first 
place finish at the 
Eagle Classic held in 
Dayton, Ohio. DJ 
Cummins, Bobby 
Cummins, Richard Ness, 
Travis Hare, Chris 
Markham, and Dustin 
Bell rolled a combined 
total of 6 games for a 
9707 series: a 
whopping 500 pins 
ahead of the second 
place team. Richard 
Ness' 1356 second 
place finish for 
individuals, gave the 
Bearcats a huge boost 
along with Bobby 
Cummins' 1262 series, 
Chris Markham' s 1243, 
and Dustin Bell's 
123 9. The guys 
finished eighth at 
Sectionals held at 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 
this year: the team's 
best. Overall the 
McKendree Kegelers are 
ranked 32 in the 
nation. The Men' s 
Bowling Team has been 
working really hard 
all year and it shows. 



Back Row: Assistant Coach Travis Papp, Danny Chisomore III 

Thomas, Bobby Cummins, Jeff Wingbermugle, DJ Cummins, Dustin B> 

Richard Ness, and Head Coach Gary White 

Front Row: Steve Kannewurf , Tom Mahan, Jason Heth, Chris Markh 

Tim Fraher, and Dave Miles 

Not Pictured: Derrick Beard, Jave ' t James, and Lee McCarthy, 



Travis Hare, Jake 
Bell, Tyler Sondag, 



Freddie Wagley, 




IBomen s Bowling 

Women Qualify for Nationals Second Year in a Row 



Back Row: Sarah Hedman, Ashley Vallero, Tamara Gage, Ashley Reynolds, Melissa 

Doyens, Kim McGriff, Renee Boelleoni, Erica Seibel, Brook Enyart, and Head Coach 

Gary White 

Front Row: Erica Weissert, Charity Lowry, Katie Armbruster, Katie Stanhaus, Lauren 

Anderson, Gretchen Ulferts, and Nikki Watters 

Not Pictured: Denise Berger, Lindsay Foster, Krystal Havelka, Patricia Rumage, 

Ashley Tolzman, and Brittany Zahn 




The McKendree College 
Womens' Bowling team 
spun out another 
impressive year. The 
largest team McKendree 
has ever had a lot of 
talent and 

accomplishments this 
year. The team had a 
third place finish out 
of sixteen at the 
Brunswick Coca-Cola 
Classic in Atlanta, 
Georgia. The team total 
was 10,946, and 
contributors to this 
score were Renee 
Boelloeni, Sarah Hedman, 
Krystal Havelka, Kim 
McGriff, Nikki Watters, 
Brook Enyart, and 
Melissa Doyens. Both 
Renne Boelloeni and 
Sarah Hedman had 
individual finishes 
within the top ten. 
Renne rolled a 1320 for 
eighth place and Sarah a 
1310 for tenth. 

The women also qualified 
for Nationals by 
finishing second at 
Sectionals that were 
held at Chattanooga, TN. 
At Nationals they placed 
ninth overall, an 
improvement from last 
year's eleventh place 
finish. Coach Gary 
White commented saying 
that "everyone has 
worked really hard to 
improve this year and if 
you look back at all of 
the team's 
accomplishments it 
shows." Keep on rollin' 
girls ! 



0ka& BaefodMi 



Men's Varsity Team 

Back Row (Left to Right) : 

Matthew Upchurch, Assistant 

Coach Jonathan Stanley, Aaron 

Bond, Mike Strobbe, Kemal 

Malicbegovic, Moritz Wohlers, 

William Carmickle, Shawn 

Byrne, Josh Simpson, Head 

Coach Harry Statham, and 

Assistant Coach Eric 

Echelbarger . 

Front Row (Left to Right) : 

Shaun Lomas, Chad Storck, 

Chris Shields, Brad Fischer, 

Bryant Lyles. 




Offense! 

Brad Fischer dribbles the ball keeping i 

from his opponent . 



He shoots, he s 
ises and shoots 



IRecord Breaking! 

Coach Statham and his team top Dean Smith with 880 wins 



The McKendree Bearcat 
Men's Basketball team 
displayed an 
outstanding 
performance this year. 
Not only did Coach 
Statham and the 
Bearcats break the 
record for the most 
wins ever, out doing 
Dean Smith's 879, but 
the team also made it 
to post 



season play for the 34th 
time in 38 years. 
Unfortunately, the 
Bearcat Men's Basketball 
season ended with a 
disappointing loss to 
Missouri Baptist. 
However, with a season 
record of 25-8, 
McKendree College is 
very proud of this 
year's teams' 
accomplishments . 



Put your arms down 
you're losing friends. 

Moritz Wohlers tries to 
get around his very large 
and sweaty opponent . 





Warmin' up the bench 

Several teammates support 



:he team from the 



YEAH MCK! 

Several McKend 
creatively pai 



nted their 



the basketball team and 
zo say YEAH MCK! 




Reach ! 

Bryant Lyles makes a layup. 



2004-2005 Varsity 


Basketball 


Season 






McK 


Opp 


Trinity 




87 


63 


Lindenwood 




99 


93 


Lambuth 




90 


67 


Park 




82 


83 ' 


Lindenwood 




74 


60 


Park 




86 


76 


Union 




80 


57 


Greenville 




84 


67 


Union 




48 


67 


Freed -Hardeman 




78 


69 


Maryille 




83 


72 


Olivet 




86 


92 


Purdue 




81 


61 


Brescia 




70 


62 


Benedictine 




90 


57 


Cumberland 




62 


61 


Thomas 




102 


33 


Flagler 




66 


79 


Harris-Stowe 




84 


61 


Williams Bapti 


st 


72 


64 


Columbia 




68 


63 


U of I 




70 


63 


Missouri Bapti 


St 


63 


66 


Hannibal -LaGra 


nge 


78 


63 


Harris-Stowe 




63 


47 


Williams Baptn 


s t 


79 


68 


Columbia 




57 


63 


U of I 




72 


54 


Missouri Bapt: 


St 


59 


67 


Hannibal -LaGrange 


72 


61 


Hannibal -LaGrange 


82 


60 


Columbia 




63 


62 


Missouri Baptist 


65 


86 




Hard Word + Perserverence= Success! 

880 
Wins! 



iidr .He Basketball 

Girls finish w i t a season record of 26-8, breaking last season's record 




Top: Emily Hart 
she makes a lay- 



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Our Ball! 

'OcKendree take 
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The girls' basketball team 
finished a record-breaking 
season with 26 wins and only 8 
losses. Last year the girls 
broke the school-record with 25 
wins. With seven girls 
returning to the court, it is 
no wonder why the team did so 
well this year. The team even 
achieved its goal of making it 
to Nationals for the second 
consecutive year. 
Unfortunately, the Bearcats' 
season ended with a 
disappointing loss to 
Georgetown College in the first 
round of the NAIA Division I 
Women's Basketball National 
Championships. The Bearcats 
still had an outstanding season 
and there are many more to 
come . 



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2004-2005 


Women ' s 


Varsity Basketball 


Season Record: 26-8 








MCK 


OPP 


Spalding 


9 2 


74 


Lindsey Wilson 


63 


76 


Briar Cliff 


71 


69 


Sterling 


81 


79 


Missouri 


6 2 


66 


St. Francis 


77 


55 


Franciscan 


72 


67 


St . Ambrose 


82 


79 


Brescia 




55 


Rovert Morris 


84 


66 


Millikan 


5 


60 


Olivet Nazarene 


8 3 


71 


Robert Morris 


97 


56 


St. Xavier 


63 


78 


Missouri Baptist 


61 


58 


Williams Baptist 


97 


55 


William Woods 


7 


63 


Lindenwood 


74 


73 


Hannibal -LaGrange 


8 B 


78 


Harris-Stowe 




29 


U of I 


75 


69 


Columbia 


81 


113 


Missouri Baptist 


7e 


75 


Williams Baptist 


78 


66 


William Woods 


7 7 


59 


Hannibal - LaGrange 




80 


Brescia 


67 


49 


Harris-Stowe 


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U of I 


8 8 


66 


' Lumbia 


71 


90 


U of I 


97 


54 


Missouri Baptist 


6 7 


58 


Columbia 


68 


105 


Georgetown 


54 


77 




Hustle! 

Top: Coach Ringhausen yells 
instructions to the girls. 

Pile Up! 

Bottom: The girls pile up as both 
teams try and take possession of 
the ball. 



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2004-2005 Varsity Girls' Basketball Team 

Front Row: Stephanie 
Sparks, Kelly Hasheider, 
Alii Arppe 
Middle Row: Ayanna 
Porter, Trissa Graham, 
Katie Hashieder, Emily 
Hart, Monet Sanders, 
Erika Van Dyke, Natalie 
Bess 

Back Row: Coach Melissa 
Ringhausen, Coach Lynn 
Klostermann, Omega Clay, 
Lora Nation, Suzie 
Gerler, Heather Elders, 

rittany Bryan, Brooklyn 
Donahue, Coach Sheila 
Herring, Coach Jeffery 
Mason. 




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The McKe ndree Tennis Aces Meet Expectations 



Women's 

The women's tennis team had 
a season that lasted from 
March 31 to May 20. The 
female Bearcats had a 
decent year as well with a 
final record of 4-6. Two 
of their more important 
accomplishments this season 
were their home victories. 
On April 19th McKendree's 
women's tennis team swept 
the floor with Lindenwood's 
tennis team, beating them 
8-1. Then again on April 
the 21st, McKendree rolled 
over Evangel University, 
defeating them 6-1. Coach 
Maureen Moore feels pretty 
satisfied with how her 
girls have performed this 
year . 




L-R): Timanye Hackney, Christie Betz, 
(L-R) : Heather Brinkmeyer , Lori Auter 



laureen Moore. 



Men's 



The McKendree College men's tennis 
team served up another good 
season. One of the major 
highlights of the season was the 
victory at the UIS-Hack Kellner 
Invitational. The Bearcats took 
all five team contests on April 
8-9 in Springfield, IL. The five 
teams that McKendree beat were St. 
Ambrose, Elgin Community College, 
Lakeland College, University of 
St. Francis, and University of 
Illinois-Springfield. The Men's 
tennis season lasted from March 21 
to April 30 this year. The season 
ended with a disappointing loss to 
Washington University, giving the 
bearcats a season record of 4-7. 




05 Men's Tennis Team included Alex Henne, Andres Marquez, Greg 
Mennerick, Daniel Quinn, Ben Scholesser, and Brett Zaron who were coached by 
Bill Rusick. Picture was unavailable. 



dBolf 



The Golf Teams Swing into Action 



Jack Row (L-R) : Coach Trent Poelker, Phil Schildknecht , Keith Hassard, Zane 

3elden, Zack Rednour, Mike Speicher. 

?ront Row (L-R) : Lee McCarthy, Mike Nichols, Daniel Cameron, Bret James, Jason 

\yran, Matt Broaddus . 

Hot Pictured: Brad Maggio, Stephen Miles, and Brian Neighb ors . 




Men's 

The McKendree College 
men's golf team had an 
outstanding season that 
lasted from March 29 to 
May 27. The boys had 
three major 
accomplishments this 
year. The first 
occurred on April 9th 
with a first place 
finish at Illinois 
College Quad. Then, on 
April 14, they picked 
up a first place finish 
at the MacMurray 
College Invitational. 
More thrilling for the 
golfers, however, was 
the Bearcats triumph at 
their own golf 
invitational. On April 
18-19th the men's golf 
team took first place 
yet again with a low 
score of 605. 



Women's 



The women's golf team had 
a short season that 
lasted from April 4 to 
April 26. The highlight 
of the season was the 5th 
place finish, out of 
seven, at the McKendree 
Invitational. For the 
36-hole event the team 
shot a combined low of 
739. Junior Amber Henn 
led the McKendree women 
with a low score of 173. 
She also had the Bearcats 
low round of 83. Other 
contributors were Jami 
Potthoff 184, Jackie 
Tissier 184, Ashley Green 
198, and Jamie Todoroff 
207. 



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Team Roster 

Tim Nagel, Adam Hill, Jay 
Gajewski, Chris Bellm.John Cann, 
Nick Kennedy, Justin Powers, Josh 
Wahlig, Josh Bell, Matt 
Spotanski, Brian Dinkelman, Ryan 
Meyler, Lance Marcum, Todd Bauer, 
Drew Gericke, Adam Buehne, Cole 
Schrage, Woody Newsom, Kellen 
Kettwich, Dustin Richert, Joe 
Knobbe, Nick Bohnenstiehl , Tyler 
Schwierjohn, Jonathon Keener, 
Shawn Oertwig, Aaron Book 
Coach Jim Boehne 

Assistant Coaches: Brad Oster and 
Dusty Kantner 
Student Assistants: Josh 
Basinkski, Chad Kingston, and 
Darin Degenhart 



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Men's Baseball 2005 Season 
Season Record: 50-16 „_ 



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The Bearcats Step Up to the Plate 



McKendree's baseball tear 
had an outstanding year with 
seven starting position 
players returning. Coach 
Jim Boehne had high hopes 
this year because of the 
strong finish they had last 
year. "It's a veteran team 
with a lot of talent..." 
commented Coach Boehne. The 
Bearcats certainly proved 
this to be true during their 
season that 



lasted from February 1 - May 
14. During this span of time , ; 
the guys had 20 American 
Midwest Conference games and 
only lost three of them, making! 
the McKendree baseball team the; 
2005 American Midwest 
Conference Regular Season 
Champions. Their very 
impressive overall season 
record was 50-16. 




ican Midwest Conference 



SAFE! 

A McKendree baseball player slides into home plate 
and is called safe. 



Signal the Runner 

Standing at third 

base, the coach 

gives signals to 

the runners by 

lifting his hat. 



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st Row (L-R) : Courtney Aldridge, Stacy Baer, Angie Berry, Amy Maurer, 

tney Ehinger, Jodi Pfefferkorn, Angie Tate 
Second Row (L-R) : Jenilyn Wahlig, Nicole Notorangelo, Andrea Hawkins, 
Natalie Robson, Rachel Ferguson, Michelle Quinn, Lindsey Young, Ashley 
Vallero 

rd Row (L-R): Summer, Amanda Prather, Molly Reed, Nancy LaRose, Rachel 

ley, Denise Adams, Jessica McDonald, Renee Lanenga 
Fourth Row (L-R) : Karla Johnson, Amanda Schuck, Brittany Jackson, Coach 
Evelyn Bean, Rachel Ostertag, Megan Bucheim, Rachael Reed. 
Not pictured: Angela Tate 



A Home Run Season 



This year the 
McKendree Softball 
team had an exciting 
record of home run 
hits. The Bearcat's 
season lasted from 
February 25 to April 
30 during which time 
41 games were played. 
There were two 
exciting home 
victories. The first 
was played out on 
April 5 versus 
Hannibal -LaGrange; 
McKendree won a 
double header 9-1 and 
8-7. During the 
first game both Amy 
Maurer and Jessica 
McDonald hit home 
runs while there were 
girls on base, which 
helped seal the 
victory. The second 
game of the day was a 
little shaky when the 



Bearcats lost their 
3-0 lead; however, 
the girls rallied 
back to win the game 
8-7 . On April 20th 
the Bearcats had 
another exciting 
victory over 
Blackburn College. 
The girls bagged the 
games early on, and 
McKendree ' s Amanda 
Schuck, Amy Maurer, 
and Natalie Robson 
all hit home runs. 
When the women were 
doing well they were 
on fire, especially 
when it came to 
smacking them out of 
the park. The 
women's Softball team 
ended their season 
with a record of 
20-34 (8-6 American 
Midwest Conference) . 



Women's Softball 


2005 




** Season Record: 


20-34 






MCK 


OPP 


Trinity 


4 




SIUE 


5 


3 


U of I-Springf ield 


7 


5 
5 

14 
7 
6 


St. Joseph's 


2 


SIUE 
Benedictine 


13 




Lindenwood 





3aker Univ 





Southwest Baptist 





6 
6 

12 

11 


William Jewell 


1 


Evangel 




Olivet Nazarene 


; 


Olivet Nazarene 




Williams Baptist 


1 


2 
3 
2 
5 
2 

5 
5 
2 


Williams Baptist 


5 


South- Sewanee 





Simpson 


2 


Hamilton 
Illinois Wesleyan 


17 
2 


Calvin 

Western Connecticut 





Saint Norbert 


3 


Missouri Baptist 


3 


Missouri Baptist 


3 


5 

9 
3 

4 

1 

3 
5 
5 
7 
3 

3 
4 
6 
3 

2 
3 


Harris-Stowe 




Harris-Stowe 


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St. Francis 




Ohio Dominican 
St. Xavier 


2 
3 
9 


Hannibal -LaGrange 


Hannabal -LaGrange 


Columbia 


C 
2 
4 


5 


Columbia 


Southern Indiana 


Southern Indiana 


U of I-Springfield 


U of I-Springf ield 


Culver Stockton 


8 

: 

4 

S 


Culver Stockton 


William Woods 


William Woods 


Blackburn 


Blackburn 




Northwestern Oklahoma 


Oklahoma City Univ 


4 


Evangel 


8 

4 


William Jewell 
Lindenwood 


3 


Lindenwood 


3 

4 


4 


Missouri Baptist 


U of I-Springf ield 


6 


Columbia College 


3 



5 
9 


Baker Univ 


Evangel Univ 







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4th Place Finish for Bearcats at the NAIA East Regional 



2004-2005 Wre 



:ling Team 



Front Row: Coach James Kisgen, 

Ashley Green, Megan Hunter, 

John Buchanan. 

Second Row: J.T. Hasty, Josh 

Blackburn, Robert Grosse, 

Tarell Miller, Brandon Munger, 

Nick Vogt, Chad Willard, Kyle 

Jahn, Matt Grogen, Scott 

Sheber. 

Third Row: Aaron Glenn, Brandon 

Wyms, Jonah Stawgo, Colt Lee, 

Nathan Rushing, Mike 

Sokolowski, Jared Sugden, Ben 

Eberwein, Kevin Brake. 

Fourth Row: Dominic Angelo, 

Brian Anderson, Garrett 

Whitelaw, Clay Weier, Nate 

McMillin, Tim Donohoo, Alex 

Carter, Adam Hicks, Brian 

Scheonherr . 

Fifth Row: Justin Blackburn, 

Zach Weaver, Ben Laux, Josh 

Stapleton, Mark Root, Jacob 

Janek, Trevor Maloch, Dillon 

Brower, Dan Podliski. 



Despite being only its 
second year, the 
McKendree College 
Bearcat Wrestling 
program made its second 
consecutive appearance n 
the National Tournament 
under Coach James 
Kisgen. Led by captains 
Nick Vogt and Chad 
Willard, both seniors, 
the Bearcats opened with 
two wrestlers placing in 
the top six of their 
weight class. Nick Vogt 
placed third in the 
131-pound class while 
Justin Blackburn 
finished fourth in the 
174-pound class. A 
highlight of the season 
was the comeback victory 
against Missouri Baptist 
for a 24-13 win. The 
Bearcats trailed the 
entire match, but 
rallied to win the last 
four matches. The 
victory was sealed by an 
11-8 win by Justin 
Blackburn at 174 pounds 
and a 7-4 win by Brandon 
it 184 pounds. 




The Bearcats continued 
the season with two 
wrestlers qualifying for 
the National Tournament: 
junior Tarell Miller and 
sophomore Josh 
Blackburn. The Bearcats 
met their first team 
defeat against Missouri 
State University in a 
last second take down of 
senior Nick Vogt . Soon 
after, junior Robert 
Casey and freshman 
Dominique Angelo were 
both injured. Despite 
this plague of injuries, 
the Bearcats won against 
Missouri Baptist 
University and Truman 
State University, and 

iular season 
wi th a I. 



Hang On! 

Brandon Wyms ha 
on his opponent 



Watch the leg man! 

hold Kyle Jahn stuggles 
a clingy opponent. 



2004-2005 Wrestling 


Season 


Record: 


5 


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Missouri Baptist University 




24 


13 


Central Missouri State Universi 


ty 


18 


21 


University of Indianapolis 




28 


20 


Indiana University 




6 


45 


Missouri Baptist University 




32 


12 


Eastern Illinois University 




L6 


31 


Ohio University 




10 


39 


Truman State University 




24 


20 


Missouri Baptist University 




43 


6 


Missouri Valley College 




18 


23 


Lindenwood University 




1 


39 


*4th Place Finish at 


the NAIA East 


Regional 







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Cheering all the way to Dayton, Florida for Nationals 




Laying down: Julianne Harris and Whitney Pankey (Captain) 

1st Row: Caitlyn Griebel, Jenna Huelsman, Barbie Klaus, Nikki Morland, 

Catherine Hamrick, and Stephanie Windham (Captain) 

2nd Row: Sarah Weygandt, Amanda Klaus, Lindsay Weathers, James Pennell, 

Kayla Frank (Captain) 

3rd Row: Brandon Owens, Kelli Smith, Katie Landfried, Jordan Tate 

4th Row: Maukiesh Howard, Lekettra Bennett and Joseph McGuire 




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The Bearcat Cheerleaders 
did an excellent job of 
rooting on the rest of the 
Bearcat sports. What 
would the college do 
without Coach Rosalie Wand 
and her girls' bright 
smiles and soaring school 
spirits? The cheerleaders 
are a major part of the 
college's spirit group. 
Currently the squad is 
composed of 16 women and 
four men. In addition to 
McKendree, there are two 
other NAIA squads 
competing in the Small 
Co-ed Division 2 at the 
national competition. The 
cheerleaders also will 
compete against NCAA 
Division 1 and Division 2 
schools. There were 
approximately 2,660 
cheerleaders in Daytona 
for the competition. 




Go Bearcats! 

Jenna Huelsman leads the 
cheerleaders in a cheer for the 
football team. 



GOOOOOO Bearcats! 

The girls shout 
after a cheer. 



The Pyramid of McKendreans 

The team shows off their skills as they pose 
for a picture on Dayton Beach while at 
Nationals . 



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the House 



Packing the Room to the Rafters 

Students, staff and faculty mem] 
eating lunch. 




Poet in 


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Poet Ma 


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68. 


Bands 


70. 


Vocal Talent 


72. 


Plays @ McK 


74. 


CAB Events 


76. 


Color Guard 


77. 


Debate 


78. 


Spring Break 




State of Poetry 
at McKendree 



McKendree proudly 
hosted poetry 
readings by local 
poets during the 
1 04- ' 05 year. 
Zamounde Allie, a 
poet and resident 
of Belleville, IL, 
spoke at a Brown 
Bag on December 1, 
2004. Allie, an 
enlisted member of 
the United States 
Air Force currently 
stationed at Scott 
Air Force Base, 
published his first 
book in 1995, "As 
The World Burns . " 
He has received 
numerous awards and 
published his 
second book in 
2004, "The First 
Time I : Performance 
Poetry & More . " 
Poet, Mary Jo Bang 



gave a poetry 
reading in 
Pearsons late in 
the Spring 
semester. Mary Jo 
Bang, a professor 
at Washington 
University, read 
her own poetry 
based on her 
experience of art 
from her book "The 
Eye Like a Strange 
Balloon." Mary Jo 
Bang is also the 
author of the 
books "Apology for 
Want, " "Louise in 
Love, " and "The 
Downstream 
Extremity of the 
Isle of Swans . " A 
poetry editor at 
Boston Review 
since 1995, she 
currently lives in 
St. Louis. 



poet, stood up 
Jo Bang . 



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Think While You Eat 



iBrown Bags happen almost every 
jwednesday on campus . The 
[purpose of the events are to 
enlighten students, faculty, 
and staff about various topics. 
Presenters might be faculty, 
like Professor Young's 
presentation on Lou Henver 
Hoover. Or the presenters might 
be students, like Elizabeth 

Read a Good Book of Poetry 

Local poet Zamounde Allie read some of 
his poetry at a Brown Bag on December 
2004. 



Hazzard, Martin McGee, 
Rebecca Tadlock, and Michelle 
Peters who talked about going 
on an exchange program. 
Staff members are invited to 
particpate as well. 
Off-campus presenters are 
often asked to come and 
lecture in their given 
fields. 



Visitors to Foreign Lands 

Elizabeth Hazzard and Michelle Peterson took 
discussing studying abroad along with Martin 



The Pit 

"The Hett" 

will be the 

mecca for 

entertainment 

on campus . 

Here you see 

the newly 

poured 

orchestra pit 

in the spring 

'05. 



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BYO Lunch 

Before the Brownbag starts, students and faculty can be seen 
while waiting for the speakers to arrive. 



be preparing and eating their lunches 



/fK^- .i xncr Bearcatg 



Entertaining thi 
Color guard members ad I 
of color to the march 

show. 



Outdoor Perf 

Various band members play 

during the football game. 




A common sight at Bearcat football games is 
the Bearcat Marching Band. Instrumentalists 
who, under the direction of Mr. Dave Boggs, 
use their musical talent to cheer on the 
football team and pump up the crowd at 
different events. Practice begins at band 
camp a few weeks before school and does not 
end until almost the end of the fall 
semester. It may be a lot of hard work, but 
they have fun in the process . 
"I think we might be the best fed group on 
campus," freshman saxophonist Robby Campbell 
said . 

This season the Air Force Band from Scott 
Air Force Base joined the band for one show. 
Band members agree that this was a highlight 
of the season. 

Enjoy in' the Day! 

Freshman trumpet playei 

Nathan Harris goofs of! 

between songs at a footbai: 

game 



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Special Guests 

Scott Air 
ioined 

s 
season. 



Instrumental <J£ nsembles 



McKendree is very fortunate 
to offer many musical 
ensembles in which students 
participate. Most 
afternoons and evenings the 
sounds of students 
practicing can be heard 
across the quad. There are 
ensembles for every musical 
family including the wood 
wind ensemble, the 
percussion ensemble and the 
brass ensemble. In addition 
to these, there are 
ensembles for some of the 
different instruments such 
as the flute choir, the 
clarinet choir and the 
saxophone ensemble. 



The Jazz Age Is Still Alive! 

ftfter many hours of practice the jazz 
2nsemble performs for the McKendree 
community in Pearson's Hall. 



McKendree music students also 
participate in a number of jazz 
combos and bands which practice 
on Wednesday nights under the 
direction of Mr. Tony 
DiPasquale . 



Keeping In Time 

The Saxophone Ensemble showcases their 
talent during their winter concert . 



Making A Joyful Noise 

Freshman Brian O'Donnell plays 

with the Percussion Ensemble. 

Two members of the jazz ensemble 

showcase their talent. The 

Clarinet and Flute Choirs 

perform pieces written for their 

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McKendree Choir Proudly Presents: 



Dr. Nancy S. Ypma, 

Director 

Eryn Krobath, Accompanist 

Leah Klosterman, Student 

Conductor 



Sopranos 

Jamie Ashford 
DeAnna Baker 
LeKettra Bennett 
Rachel Bryant 
Crystal Cole 
Katie Cole 
Erin Conner 
Anna Everett 
Jessica Fournier 
Ashley Garland 
Emily Gonzalez 
Kara Grossman 
Bethany Harry 
Leah Klosterman 
Dana Miller 
Elizabeth Newman 
Renee Packard 
Nina Paeth 
Sara Scher 
Jenna Strieker 
Clare Willman 

Altos 

Michelle Ashley 
Kelly Brayfield 
Meagan Buchheim 
Ariana Fernandez 
Holley Gain 
Amber Giger 
Catherine Gryzmala 
Michelle Kadonsky 
Danielle Kruep 
Stacie MacBush 



A Brief History of the Modern Choir 

* The voice was the earliest type of 
instrument, since vocals are a natural one. 

* However, musical groups such as choirs did 
not come into prevalence until the formation 
of the early Christian church. 

* The Church used choirs with women in them 
until 578 AD. Then, women became restricted 
to domestic areas of life. 

* Until the 10th century, the preferred type 
of musical entertainment was accompanied 
singing. 

* This trend still continues today, with 
modern bands and choirs. 



McKendree College Concert Choir 

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Wendy MacEwen 
Kayla Miller 
Jamie Stephens 
Allison Stout 
Kim Tullock 
Allison Witt 

Tenors 

David Anderson 
Mikail Andria 
Brian Kloppenburg 
Sudarsun Koirala 
Matthew Kupferer 
Jason Luitjohan 
Tavis Rosenthal 

Basses 

Devin Dippold 
Jason Finley 
Chis Gass 
Martin McGee 
Zach Rakers 
Ben Schloesser 
Kent Strang 
Brent Tebbe 
Michael Thigpen 
Mark Wonnacott 



Each year, 
McKendree ' s 
illustrious choir 
entertains the 
various students, 
professors, and 
general populace of 
McKendree and 
surrounding areas 
by performing two 
or three concerts. 
This year, the 60 
members have been 
very busy. Directed 
by Dr. Nancy Ypma, 
the choir sang 
beautifully in the 
fall at the Board 
of Trustees 
Reception. 
Additionally, they 
amazed the audience 
with their vocal 
prowess during the 
Christmas concert 
in December, where 
they sang a 
beautiful rendition 
of Gloria by F. 
Poulenc . They also 
sang for the United 
Church of Christ in 
O 1 Fallon, IL. On 



April 29 at the 
spring concert, they 
gave the audience a 
treat by performing 
Requiem by G. Faure . 
In the past, they 
have sung with the 
Bellevile 

Philharmonic Society. 
During each concert, 
the choir students 
have the honor of 
harmonizing with an 
orchestra, of which 
the wind players are 
selected students 
from McKendree as 
well. Apart from the 
three main concerts, 
Dr. Ypma ' s choir 
vocalizes during 
graduation. On May 
1st, a Fine Arts 
Banquet was held 
where select students 
were recognized for 
their abilities. Dr. 
Ypma says, "The choir 
has worked very hard 
this year, improved 
immensely and 
performed 
beautifully. " 




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Top left 
Peters, Matt 
Kupferer, Sarah Gross, 
Leah Klostermann, 
David Anderson, Jason 
Finley; Ashleigh 
Munson, Allison 
Ganschinietz, Ben 
Schloesser; Amber 
Harris, Kent Strang; 
Jamie Stephens, Martin 
McGee; Bethany Harry, 
Michael Thigpen, Mark 
Wonnacott; Anna 
Everett . 




McKendree ' s Eclectic A Cappella, 
directed by Dr. Jennifer S. Peters, 
is a relatively new twist on an old 
group. Many returning students might 
remember this singing group as 
"Cantori", a name the organization 
went by for many years . The name 
"Cantori" is a derivative of the 
Latin word meaning "singer". Cantori, 
as a madrigal group, embraced the 
Renaissance lifestyle, and each year 
at the Madrigal Dinner, 
performed- -complete with period 
costumes. However, as times changed, 
the organization slowly became more 
modernized. They performed music 
other than madrigal selections; with 
these changes, they decided that the 
name must change as well. And so was 
born Eclectic A Cappella- -an a 
cappella group (that is, choral 
singing without any instruments 
involved) . Now, Eclectic A Cappella 
performs jazz, pop, early music as 
they previously did, as well as 20th 
century pieces. On campus, they 
perform various times throughout the 
year. 



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Eclectic A 

Cappella class 

gathers around 

her as she 

plays the 

piano before 

class starts. 

During this 

pre-class 

ritual, they 

harmonize and 

stretch their 

vocal chords. 




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Love, money, spirituality 
These are the main pursui 
in "Tartuffe: Born Again" 
This play, adapted by 
Freyda Thomas, i; 
version of "Tartuffe" by 
Moliere. Michelle 
Magnussen, d 

theatre, 
said, "Religious hypocrisy 
is now and always has been 
an issue with which we 
struggle. The line between 
the glory of God and the 
glory of the messenger 
easily become blurred. 
This play is about the 
absurd things that can 
happen, and how funny 
people can be, when that 
line disappears 
altogether." Tartuffe, 
(played by Devin Dippold 
crooked evangelist, has 
duped Orgon, (played by 
Sean Henderson) the 
gullible producer 
giving him a lot of money. 
All of Orgon ' s family sees 
through this scheme, except 
his mother, Mrs. Pernell 

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Senior Renee Crawley 
has a conversation 
with junior Devin 



Michelle Ashley) . 
, orgon refuses to 
ind ends up banishing 
his son Damis, (played by Mark 
Wonnacott) promising his 
daughter (played by Valerie 
Morrese) to Tartuffe in 
marriage, and irritating his 
stage manager, Dorine (played 
by Sara Trask) . Tartuffe is 
exposed by his attempt to 
seduce Elmire, (played by 
Renee Cralley) Orgon 's wife, 
and arrested by Agent Loyal 
(played by Kurt Chambers), who 
is a friend of Cleante (played 
by Ryan Diefenbach) , Elmire 's 
brother. Sarah Robinson 
played the appraisal 
specialist, Ms. DeSalle and 
Jared Evans played Marianne's 
beau, Valere. Doug Magnussen 
was the technical direct 
Amanda Dotson was the stage 
director and sound operator, 
and Kayla Miller was the 
lighting operator. 
Dan Schmid '04, was the vide 



An argument 

Juniors Sara Trask and Ryan Diefenbach have a heated 

discussion . 




Discussion 



Meeting on stage 

Cast members enjoy 

drinks and snacks while 

attending a group 

meeting in the show. 



Full Cast Line-Up 

The full cast photo of The Dining Room. Front Row: 
Jared Evans, Sarah Robinson, Amy Reeser, Katie Cole, 
Valerie Morrese. Second Row: Rick Fagan, Ryan 
Diefenbach, Renee Cralley, Michelle Ashley, Sean 
Henderson, Adam Schwind Back Row: Andrea Knoll, Erir 
Fry, Sara Trask, Devin Dippold, Matt Kupferer, Kayla 
Her, Amanda Dotson. 



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A.R. Gurney's "The 
Dining Room" was 
performed in Eisenmayer 
on March 3-6, 2005. 
The weekend nights 
boasted full houses 
with a need for more 
chairs . 

Michelle Ashley, Devin 
Dippold, and Sarah 
Robinson played the 
more sarcastic, edgy 
characters. Katie 
Cole, Jared Evans, Adam 
Schwind, and Valerie 
Morrese played mainly 
younger roles. Ryan 
Diefenbach, Matt 
Kupferer, Amy Reeser, 



Gaze of Intimidation 

Junior Ryan Diefenbach confronts 
sophomore Andrea Knoll as she's 
setting the table. 



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Amanda Dotson, and Sara 
Trask played serious 
adults. Rick Fagan ' s 
character was fun and 
quiet. Renee Cralley 
and Sean Henderson 
played the parental 
figures. Erin Fry and 
Andrea Knoll 
characters ' were 
concerned for others. 
Kayla Miller played the 
vocal, rebellious 
character. The play was 
directed by Michelle 
Magnussen . 

The show goes through 
life's different 
situations. The scenes 
depicted were true 
scenarios of life to 
which the average 
person could relate. 



Setting the Table 

Senior Renee 
Crawley lights a 
candle before 
dinner . 



Intimate 
Conversation 

Senior Michelle 
Ashley and junior 
Sean Henderson 
discuss a 
controversial 
issue at the 
table. 





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The Campus 
Activities Board, 
also called CAB, 
hosts an array of 
events throughout 
the year to 
encourage student 
involvement . There 
have been comedians, 
musicians, films, 
lectures, and fun 
events. Every year 
CAB is involved in 
New Student 
Orientation Welcome 
Week activities, 
Fall Family Weekend, 
Homecoming, Stress 
Fest, and Spring 
Fest . CAB also puts 
together survival 
bingo, a popular 



form of bingo where 
the prizes are 
everyday needs such 
as toilet paper or 
toothpaste . From 
mentalist 

Christopher Carter 
to comedian Thea, 
this school year 
was a success for 
CAB. The President 
of CAB for the 
2004-2005 school 
year was Keyma 
Smith and the Vice 
President was Jason 
Ayran . 




Sing it! 

SGA president, Kent 
Strang, sings his 

heart out on Route 
66 to win the title 

of McKendree Idol. 




Collect Your Prize 

Students wait while the winners of 
survivor bingo receive their prizes. 




f students try their luck at survivor 

I'm a Happy Bearcat 

The Happy Bearcats win the 
crowd over at McKendree 
Idol. 



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Half-time Eiuertainment at 
Men's Basketball Games 



The color guard provides entertainment for 

guests at the home basketball games during the Practice Makes perfect 

winter months. Their routines combine This performer 

choreographed dance moves while using tall throws the sword 

colorful flags and other props. ^errectiylTher 

gloved hand. 

They practice 2 to 3 times a week and have 
improved greatly this year. 




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Flags Up! 

In unison, the team 
tosses their flags 
in the air. 



Salute 

Upper Left: Dov 
front a salute 
made either as 
of the routine 
the wonderful 
performance of 
winter guard. 



Flags Down! 

The team draws attention to 
the middle where one member 
performs a solo in the 
routine . 



Group Huddle 

Before practice the tear 
gathers together to chat 



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Team Takes 2nd Place at Nationals 



The McKendree College 
peech & Debate Team 

trapped up a successful 
eason at the Pi Kappa 

)elta National 

rhampionships in St . 

jouis, Missouri. In 
arliamentary Debate, 
he team finshed in 

second place. Sophomore 
aul Woodruff and 
reshman Ashley Dunning 

idvanced to the national 
hampionship round in 
he junior division of 

Parliamentary Debate; 
hey took second 

sverall. Freshman Erin 
onner finished third in 
he nation in Broadcast 

Journalism. Junior Sara 

Trask earned an 
Excellence Award in 

Erose Interpretation, 
hile Conner and 
freshman Samantha 
Bursich received an 
Excellence Award in Duo 
Interpretation . 



Junior Sarah Haefner and 
sophomore Mark Wonnacott 
received an Excellence 
Award in Parliamentary 
Debate . 

"The team wouldn't have 
accomplished what we did 
this season without hard 
work and the guidance of 
[Coach] Joe Blasdel and 
the captains," freshman 
Steve Loftus said. 

With its mix of 
Parlimentary Debate, 
public address, limited 
preparation, and 
interpretation events, 
the team finished with 
3 9 debate awards and 3 5 
individual events 
awards . Led by Coach Joe 
Bladsel, the team 
attended 14 tournaments 
this season. They 
finished with one 
tournament championship, 
two debate tournament 
championships, and one 
second place individual 
events finish. 



In addition, Conner 
became the first team 
member in McKendree 
history to win an 
Individual Events 
Sweepstakes Championship. 
Bursich, Diefenbach, and 
Trask won tournaments in 
Prose Interpretation and 
Duo Interpretation, 
respectively, while 
Wonnacott and Haefner 
captured the Washington 
University Tournament in 
debate. Bursich, Conner, 
Diefenbach, Trask and 
Woodruff became the first 
McKendree students in 
almost ten years to 
qualify for the national 
championships in 
individual events . 
Although the season has 
just concluded, team 
members are excited about 
the potential for another 
great season. 





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Joe Blasdel, Head Coach 

Mike Artime, Assistant Coach 

Sarah Haefner, Debate Co-Captain 

Mark Wonnacott, Debate Co-Captain 

Sara Trask, IE Co-Captain 

Paul Woodruff, IE Co-Captain 

Jon Brown 

Samantha Bursich 

Erin Conner 

John Dawson 

Ryan Diefenbach 

Ashley Dunning 

Dan Hankley 

Elizabeth Hazzard 

Joshua "Squeaky" Johnson 

Andrea Knoll 

Steve Loftus 

Courtney Logan 

Jason Luitjohan 

Nicole Taylor 




Top Right: Coach Joe Blasdel tries to lighten the mood before a round at the Purdue Boilermaker Tournament. 
Middle Left: Samantha Bursich and Erin Conner receive their Individual Events awards at the Webster Gorlok Gala. 
Middle Right: Debate captains Mark Wonnacott and Sarah Haefner pause for a picture before a final round. 
Bottom Left: The 2004-2005 McKendree Speech & Debate Team. 
Bottom Right: Erin Conner, Paul Woodruff, and Ashley Dunning accept their awards at the national championships. 



Spring Breafe Igere 

McKendree Students Enjo' 



Play Ball! 

Far Right: Leslie 
Gummersheimer spent her 
spring break in Florida 
watching the St. Louis 
Cardinals spring 
training. She even got 
the chance to meet 
pitcher Julian Tavarez. 

They're so cute!!!! 

Right & Below: No ma 
what country you are 
the children always 
manage to steal your 
heart. Himena, a 
Mexican girl, hams i 
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Right: Freshman Kari Jennings poses with a 
new friend in Jamaica. 

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STbere r and Everywhere! 



Break March 14-18 



Just Relaxing 

Far Left: Sarah Haas, 
Stephanie Hall, Jared Evans, 
Anna Everett, Mary Mclntyre 
and Maricela Garcia were a 
few of the students who went 
on the mission trip to 
Mexico. Here they take a 
break from painting at a 
church in Sal; 
Left: Jave ' t James enjoyed 
spending his spring break 




Spring break is one of the 
nost anticipated and most 
ublicized weeks of the school 



year . 



[t's one last chance to let 



Loose and have some fun before all 
the end of school papers and 
projects pile up. This year, on 
March 14-18, McKendree students 

spersed all over the country and 
the world for this week of fun! 

Sigma Nu sponsored a trip to 
ly and Greece. They spent over 
a week seeing the sights and 
absorbing the culture. Highlights 
irom the trip include visiting 
Vatican City and the ancient 
Grecian ruins. 

Dr. Huxford always leads a 
group to Jamaica over spring break 
and this year was no exception. 
The students spent their time 
building a house and working at a 
boys' home. They also took 
donations of different items to a 
childrens' hospital, a girls' home 
and an infirmary. The Jamaican 
trip is part of a class whose goals 
are to foster learning about other 
cultures and what it is like to 
live in those cultures. While in 
Jamaica the group was also able to 
see a number of local ceremonies 
and participate in their customs. 



Campus Ministry also 
sponsored a service trip, but they 
went to Mexico. They spent ten 
days working, living and 
socializing with the Mexican 
people. One of the biggest 
projects of the trip was building 
a bathroom for a kindergarten. 
Their trip was not all work, 
however. The group got to visit 
an archeological site and spend a 
day sightseeing in the university 
town of Juanjuato. 

Many students created their 
own spring break adventures. 
Holly Hoffmann met up with a 
singer from the band Teenage 
Harlets. They went to a couple 
parties together and then crashed 
at one of Holly's friend's house, 
but instead of sleeping on the 
floor they spent the night in his 
van. The next morning they woke 
up to find that the lead singer 
was driving them to the Amtrak 
station in St. Louis. Holly says 
that this was the most amazing 
experience of her life! 

Denise Berger and her friend 
had their own adventures in 
Springfield, IL. They ended up 
getting lost and spent the whole 
day wandering around and shopping. 




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inior Amie Lewis shows off her 

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Headliners 

Students included in I list were Araie Lewis, Whitney Pankey, Sarai 

Harriss, Catherine Gi Povolish, Kent Strang, Rebecca Flick, and Rebecca 

Tadlock. 



Discussing Plans and Opportunitie 

After the graduate forum, studenl 
stood around discussing the 

information . 





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Post-Grad Decisions 

Dr. Young hosted a forum 
where alumni came to tell 
McKendree students about 
options after graduation. 
A couple of the presenters 
talked about finding a 
government job. Two 
discussed hectic law school 
life and how to pass the 
bar. Others informed 
students about the GRE and 
graduate school funding. 
Useful information was 
disseminated that hopefully- 
helped the attending 
students . 



Desserts 

Dr. Betsy Gordon, Chairperson of the 
Language, Literature and Communicati 
Division presents Emily Tuttle with 
honors day 



Honoring Scholars 



The annual Honors Day 
Convocation was held in 
Bothwell Chapel on April 21, 
2005. Students from the 
different academic divisions 
were honored. The Lincoln 
Laureate Award was presented 
to Elizabeth Hazzard. Also, 
those in the honors program 
were recognizeded, along with 
the McKendree students who 
made the "Who's Who" list. 
Last year's United Methodist 
Church Board of Higher 
Education Exemplary Teacher 
Award winner, Dr. Peters, gavi 
the address, while this year's 
award was given to Dr. Robb 
VanPutte . 



Hfcetylce Section 



McK Making Leaders 2nd PKP Ceremony 



A leadership seminar was held 
at the college early in the 

pring semester to train 
students in how to be better 
leaders. Along with lectures 
and tips, games and discussion 
groups were used to help McK 

tudents better conduct group 
activities. Led by a 
professional leadership 

peaker, the seminar hopefully 
provided the leaders with 
notivation to make campus 
groups stronger. 

Leading from the Rear 

udents participating in the 
Leadership Seminar played several 
games to build 



Phi Kappa Phi enjoyed its 
first year at McKendree and 
held its second induction on 
April 21, 2005 in Bothwell. 
Phi Kappa Phi is an 
interdisciplinary honor 
society that inducts the top 
10 percent of seniors and 7.5 
percent of juniors. Phi Kappa 
Phi welcomed 50 new members: 
thirty-four students, five 
alumni, eight faculty and 
three staff members. 



Ceremony Participants 

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Taking Names . . . 

Admissions staff, including student 
ambassadors, distribute nametags to 
prospective freshmen during Scholars' 
Weekend. 

Academic Money 

McKendree holds a scholarship 
weekend each year to gauge 
prospective freshmen and consider 
what scholarships they will 
receive. Students are 
interviewed by faculty, alumni, 
and current students. Based on 
several factors different 
scholarship levels are offered. 
Along with being interviewed, the 
prospective students may tour 
campus and see what McKendree 
offers . 




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Elementary and Secondary Education 
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Secondary Education Student Teachers Spring 2005 



^ iior Societies 




Kappa Delta Pi - Education Honor Society 




Lambda Pi Eta Remains Informed 

Speech communication majors at McKendree 
College have the opportunity to become a part 
of a very prestigious organization that was 
founded in 1985 called Lambda Pi Eta. This is 
the official speech communication honor society 
of the National Communication Association since 
1995. Based on Aristotle's concept of Rhetoric, 
the group focuses on Logos (Lambda) , Pathos 
(Pi) , Ethos (Eta) . There are currently three 
hundred active chapters located at colleges and 
universities around the world. 

The McKendree chapter includes Megan Weiler 
as President, Sara Trask as Vice President, 
Naureen Stack as Secretary and Whitney Pankey 
as Treasurer. Lambda Pi Eta sponsors many 
events that encourage all students to network 
with potential employers including the 
McKendree Alumni Networking Night. "This event 
gave us an opportunity to discuss what it is 
really like in the 'real world' of 
communication," stated Trask. 



Lambda Soeech Honor Society 



Education, Speech, Theater, & Science 







Yes, We Are Thespians 

Alpha Psi Omega, the National Theater Honor 
Society at McKendree College is one of the 
oldest organizations on campus. 
The purpose of this organization is to 
highlight the contributions of those involved 
in drama and to encourage the pursuit of the 
arts as a whole. This organization sponsors 
activities such as Trivia Nights, which focus 
on arts and entertainment; Improvisation 
nights, which are similar to the television 
show, Whose Line is it Anyway?; and the Fine 
Arts Awards Ceremony, which recognizes 
excellent contributions by individuals in 
drama, music, literature and art. 
Michelle Magnussen, instructor of theater, is 
the faculty advisor for this group. The 
officers include Michelle Ashley, President; 
Renee Cralley, Vice President; Ryan Diefenbach, 
Business Manager; Amanda Dotson and Sara Trask, 
Public Relations; and Devin Dippold as Artistic 
Coordinator. Other members include Sean 
Henderson, Katie Cole, and Kayla Miller. 



Alpha Psi Omega - Theater Honor Society 




Sigma Zeta - Science Honor Society 



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English Honor Society 




Sigma Tau Delta - English Honor Society 

Fraternity Honors Excellence in English 





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Sigma Tau Delta believes in "sincerity, truth, and 
design and is dedicated to the arts of writing and 
literature," according to Dr. John Greenfield, a 
long-time English faculty member. Last year 
Greenfield took the role as faculty advisor for 
Sigma Tau Delta. The former supporting faculty 
member of the organization, Dr. Ron Black, retired 
last year and passed the sponsorship on to 
Greenfield. Dr. Black was responsible for 
bringing the organization back to McKendree in the 
late 80s or early 90s after an absence of fifty 
years . 

The only time the members are able to meet is 
during the induction ceremony. This ceremony was 
held May 5th in the Circuit Rider's Room on the 
ground floor of Bothwell Chapel. The officers 
leading the induction this year are: Emily Tuttle 
as president, Chasity Bradley Cueto as vice 
president, Melanie Hanson as historian, and Lori 
Autenrieb and Erin Seibert as the secretary and 
treasurer. A dinner followed the ceremony at a 
chosen restaurant . 

To be inducted into the honorary fraternity, a 
student must complete three English courses beyond 
ENG 111 and 112, have a cumulative grade point 
average of 2.0 or higher, and a 3.0 average in 
English courses overall. 

Greenfield ended the interview optimistically 
stating, "I am honored to be the faculty adviser 
for the organization and want to continue to be so 
for as long as I'm here. I would like to get more 
people involved in the organization and to have a 
more active organization." 



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Phi Kappa Phi Members 




Sigma Beta Delta - Business Honor Society 



W iiiiifed Campus 

Uniting students through 




We Are One Body In Christ! 

Top: Row 1: Chris Koraorech, Jared Evans, Robby 

Campbell, Sarah Haas, Aaron Povolish, Rev. Tim 

Harrison Row 2: Heidi Komorech, Stephanie Hall, 

Allison Witt, Keish Howard Row 3: Bob Clipper, Mary 

Mclntyre, Jessalyn Belling, Krista Waltermire, 

McKenzie Smith, Curtis Stahl, Mike Cheesman are 

regulars at Thursday chapel services. 

Above: After chapel services, students are invited 

Circuit Riders for a brown bag lunch and fellowship 




Unlimited Campus Ministry- 
gives students many 
opportunities to express 
their beliefs. Rev. Tim 
Harrison has his hands 
full coordinating the 
many activities each 
week, which can include 
Lounge Worship, Chapel 
services, fellowship 
activities and the Newman 
Group . 

Chapel services are 
held every Thursday at 
noon. These feature a 
student led praise band 
and student, faculty and 
outside speakers. Lounge 
Worship is a more laid 
back time of praise, 
worship and prayer held 
on Sunday nights. 



The Newman Group, a 
program for Catholic 
students, led by Sara 
McGinnis-Lee, meets on I 
Wednesday nights to 
discuss Catholic 
teachings and to share I 
their faith. 

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studies on campus, as 
well as the Fellowship I 
of Christian Athletes 
(FCA) which meets on 
Tuesday nights. 

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What Happens In Mexico... 

Far left: Sophomore Anna 
Everett poses with Yaya, 
the daughter of one of the 
host families. Anna also 
went on the mission trip 
last year. 

Left: The Missionaries 
spent a few days helping 
out at a kindergarden. 
Senior Melanie Rossin helps 
clean up the playground at 
the kindergarden. 
Bottom: One of the biggest 
projects of the trip was 
building a new bathroom for 
the school . 




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include Sarah Haas, Tina 
Napper, Jodi Pfefferkorn, 
Denise Dodd, Amber Kalert, 
Christina Cooper, Megan 
Weiler and Jason Ayran. 
Top: Senior Katrina Molnar 
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Congratulations Kim! 

We knew you could do it. 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Mora and Jeri 



Ericka, 

Congratulations Sweetie Pie! 
You've done it again, another 
great chapter in your life. 
We are extremely proud of you 
and your accomplishments. 
Your faith, determination, 
and perseverance got you 
there. Continue to believe 
and trust in God; He will 
bless you in all things. You 
are a precioius gift from 
God, thank you for being such 
a wonderful daughter! We love 
you and we'll always be here 
for you. Jeremiah 29:11-13 
Mom and Dad 





Keyma, 
You may be the queen 
of the campus now, but 
you have always been 
the queen of my heart. 

Love, 
Dad 




Stacy, 

You were given one of the most 

precious gifts- the gift of teaching. 

The vast amounts of time that you 

will spend on the instruction of 

others will make a difference in 

many lives, including ours. 

Love Always, 
Mom, Dad & Rob 





Mill: cent, 

Who knew the t as the days of 

our lives floated by with 

effortless beauty and the 

routine of our lives drifted 

by like a whisper; time 

would awaken a great 

metamorphism of exquisite 

design and reveal your inner 

beauty. 

We are so proud the 

daughter, woman, and friend 

you have become . May Jehovah 

our God continue to bless 

you and make his face to 

shine constantly upon you 

for eternity. 

Mom and Dad 



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Ken "Nommer" - 

Dad and I are so proud of all your life's 
accomplishments. You have really given yourself a 
great start in life. When you were born we were so 
proud and hoped for the best life could bring for 
you. Looking at you, we see someone who can make 
good decisions for himself and others, along with a 
very caring and loving person. You truly are a very 
special person to us and all those who's lives you 
have touched. Good luck and God Bless! 

Love, Mom and Dad 




Amanda, 

You continue 

shine in 

whatever you 

do. We are so 

proud of you. 

God Bless. 

Love , 
Mom and Dad 



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Congratulat ions 2005 
Graduates ! 

The McKendrean Yearbook 
Staff is Proud of You. 

Good Luck with all 
Future Endeavors! 




Denise, 

We are very proud of you and your 

successes. Your chosen career will 

enable you to continue to inspire and 

mold future generations. You are a 

terrific young lady. May you enjoy 

life's challenges as much as you have 

enjoyed the challenges at McKendree! 

WE LOVE YOU! 

The Big Guy, Mommy, Mr. V, Mr. B, T 
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Giving Credit Where Credit is Due 

The Yearbook Editors and Staff would like to extend 
their appreciation to everyone — students, faculty, and 
staff— who helped make this yearbook posssible. 
Especially big thanks goes to Kim Lobring and Scott 
Cummings for allowing the yearbook to use their photos. 
Also we appreciate those students in Professor Gabe 
Shapiro's Newspaper Writing class who submitted 
articles to the yearbook: Catherine Gryzmala, Amanda 
Klaus, Aaron Bond, Emma Winkelmann, Jolene Fisher, 
Monet Sanders, Timanye Hackney, Erica Merlenbach, 
Amanda Dotson, and Katie Klucker. 

Kelly Wissehr, Director of Alumni Affairs, has spent 
three as yearbook advisor. As she leaves the college to 
begin a new chapter in her life, the editors want to give 
her a heart-felt thank you for all she has done for the 
yearbook and wish her well in the times to come. She 
will be dearly missed. 




SHE SAYS . . . 



Last year: staff member. When I started working on the yearbook last year, there were 
a total of three staff members, an editor, and an advisor. We worked very hard to 
improve the yearbook and received much praise for the effort. When the book was 
finally printed and in hardcopy we looked at it with amazement and took pride in the 
hard work that was put into it. I don't know how, but we managed to finish it by the 
end of May. 

This year: co-editor. I was mainly the PR person, Josh was the technical person. I got 
to be the good cop and negotiate between parties, while Josh enjoyed being the bad 
cop. It really is true that you should never talk about religion or politics (especially 
hard this year due to the presidential elections and the recent death of the Pope). This 
year we had double the staff of last year and even had enough people involved to have 
a float in the Homecoming parade. I felt good about the bonds that the staff made with 
each other. Yet we still did not finish the yearbook before school was out. Regardless, I 
really appreciate the hard work of the staff. All your hard work will pay off and you 
will be proud of the book you were an integral part of producing. 

Next year: editor. I know I should be happy with the incessant promotions, but 
frankly I don't know if I can handle it next year on my own. Not only will I have to edit 
pages, set up the ladder, and do all the yearbook editor stuff, I get to suffer through 
physical chemistry (only the hardest calculus based chemistry course offered at 
McKendree), carry out and write my senior chemistry thesis, and try to juggle an 
internship. What's that? You didn't read anything about a social life; that's because I 
have no time for one. Aggghhhhh!!!!!! Anyway, as far as I know, this will be a one 
woman staff. I'm sure I will have gray hair before I graduate next year. Cant I 
convince any of you to stay with me? How much begging and pleading will it take? 
Well maybe if I share some goals for next year's yearbook and staff it will be more 
convincing. First, I plan on having a staff broken into areas of interest. This will 
reduce the stress and procrastination due to a disliked job. Next I will be more 
organized. Dates, people, appointments, all these needs will be met. We will have 
more workshop days and less unproductive chat sessions. Finally we will strive to 
meet deadlines. I vow that I will not have to stay during the summer to finish the 
yearbook. Convincing huh? Now who is going to help me? 



Chemistry Major 
Math Minor 
Yearbook Editor 
Sigma Zeta 



Who's Who 
Summer Chemistry 
Fellowship 
Lab Assistant 




Sami 'Jo' 
Harriss 



Joshua 
Hollingsead 




History/ English 
Major 

Yearbook Editor 
Phi Kappa Phi 



Phi Alpha Theta 
Sigma Tau Delta 
McK Historical Society 
Literary Interest Society 



Hurray! Yearbook is finished (almost)! 

This yearbook marks my second and last year as 
yearbook editor. I've enjoyed it, and with a larger staff 
it was much easier this year than the previous year. 
My reasons for deciding to not come back next year 
as editor mainly factor in the immense amount of work 
I will need to do to complete both my History and 
English theses. 

My main complaint with this year's yearbook was the 
software we were using. It made it extremely easy to 
submit over an internet connection, but made it hard to 
layout pages and the text boxes will not allow us to 
underline or italicize text. It was frustrating to use. 

I really enjoyed my experiences as editor and would 
like to thank the McKendree campus community along 
with the advisor, Kelly Wissehr. I have tendered 
agreement, reluctantly, to help with next year's book, 
but not as editor. So Sami can take a deep breath 
and relax a bit as she will not be absolutely alone 
although the responsibility will be all hers. 

HE SAYS . . . 



Index 



Abrahams«Gregory27, 28, 107 
Achord ll«Michael«28, 106 
Adair«Brandon»115 
Adams'Ardell'47, 115 
Adams«Cory48, 124 
Adams«Denise'63. 107 
Addison«Sara«29, 92 
Agne«Bethany»29 
Ahlemeyer»Ryan»51 , 124 
Ahrens # Ted«124 
Albers«Rachele»107 
Alberson«Corey»28. 47, 107 
Aldridge«Courtney50, 63, 124 
Aldridge-Willa-92 
Alewine«Alan«2, 29, 39, 75, 90 
Allali«Myles«47, 124 
AllerrDaniel'NL 
Allen«Helen«123 
Allen»Nick"115 
Amann-Rebekah'31, 35, 107 
Amison«Justin«135 
Anderson«Brian«64, 124 
AndersorrDavid'70, 71, 124 
Anderson«Kellie«115 
Anderson«Krescenda-40, 124 
Anderson»Lauren»55, 124 
Andrews«Roberf24, 31, 42, 115 
Andna«Mikail«70, 115 
Angelo«Dominic»64, 124 
Ansell»Patricia«124 
Arand»lsaac«47, 124 
Armbruster-Katie«55, 124 
Arnold»James«48, 135 
Arnold«Sonia»NL 
Arppe«Alli-Kaisa»44, 59, 92 
Ashford'Jamie»39, 70, 124 
AshleyMichelle»37, 70, 73, 85, 11 
Atkins«Kristine»92 
Autenneb«Lori»60, 86, 107 
Auth«Mmdy29, 92 
AyrarrJason'35, 36. 42, 61 , 74, 8 
115 



Baer«Stacy63, 107 
BaileyAdam«26, 34, 124 
BaileyGerald'47, 115 
Bailey»Katherine'106 
Bailey Rachel»31, 63, 107 
Baker»Deanna»70, 92 
Baker«Julie«92 
Baker»Rachel«92 
Barbeau«John'92 
Barczewski'Jaclyn«115 
Barger»Enc«51 , 107 
Barker»Megan«35, 124 
BarnetfSarah-90 
Barrera«Crystah29, 124 
Bamngton»Jennifer«92 
Barrows'Bnttany 1 24 
Barth«Brian»107 
Barttelbort'Lindsay 1 06 
Basinski»Joshua«62, 106 
Basler«Jennifer»115 
Batchelor«Gareth«48, 124 
Bates-Kylie»124 
Bauer»Todd'62, 114 
Baumgart»Amy115 
Bean»Evelyn«50, 63 
Beard«Derrick«54, 124 
Beard«La!onya«29, 124 
BeattyChris'unher-47, 107 
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:een»49, 115 

, ia-124 
Becker«Erin«107 
Becker«Matthew»47, 124 
Becker»Scott«107 
Beckley»Jeremiah»48 
Bedard»Marcia«NL 
BegleyDeborah«107 
BehurrrMary90 
Belden»Zane«61, 115 
Bell»Dustin«54, 124 
Bell«Joshua«62, 115 
BellJr-Myron-25, 30, 47, 115 
Belling»Jessalyir34, 88, 115 
Bellm«Christopher»62, 124 
BelsheinrCathenne'92 
BendoraitiS'Joseph'47, 92 
Benn-Lamont'47, 123 
BennetfLeKettra«65, 70. 115 
Benrubi«lsaac«124 
Berens»Jessicca«1 06 
Berger«Denise'29, 55. 79, 124 
BerryAngela«63, 92 
Bess«Natalie»59, 124 
Best»Gary125 
Bethel«Christopher«125 
Betz»Chnstine«60, 115 
Bieber«Jenmfer«29, 107 
Bierman«Jordan»47, 135 
Biggerstaff»Jeremy92 
Biggs«Adanr39, 107 
BigleyAlex»125 
Billhartz«Scott«90 
Billups»Miesha»92 
Bivins«Lauren«50, 115 
Black«Matthew«115 
Black-Melinda«107 
Blackburn»Joshua»44, 64, 115 
BlackburrrJustin«64. 125 
Blackburn»l_adonna«1 1 5 
Blackwell«Rebecca»1 07 
Blackwood-Mamon'Shauna'l 1 5 
Blandford»Jayme»1 25 
Blankenship»Stephanie«1 07 
BlasdehJoe-77, 84 
Blick«Lauren«107 
Boden«Krysti»29, 42, 135 
BoehlefJessica«106 
Boehne-James«62 
Boelloeni«Renee«55. 106 
Boester«Kristine«115 
Boggs'David«2, 68 
Bohnenstiehl«Nick»62 
BombahBarry 1 25 
Bond-Aaron«56, 107, 152 
Bond«Brandon«125 
Bonds«Lena»29, 115 
Bonner«Tommie«92 
Book«William»62, 125 
Booth«Jesse«115 
Bordy Beverly 107 
Bostian«Rebecca«24 
Bowles»Tiffany135 
Bowles lll«Warren«107 
Boxdorfer«Kelly125 
Boyd«Shekinah«92 
Boydstun»Rodney«90 
Bozsa«Sara»106 

Bradfute«Everette«24, 31, 39, 107 
Brading»Travis«47. 115 
BradleyWendy107 
Bradley Cueto«Chasity1 06 
Brake-Kev:- I 125 
Brandt«Matthew51, 125 



Branger»Adrienne«1 25 
Branz-Andrew»47, 125 
Brayfield«Kelly29, 70, 115 
Breitbarth»Aaron«47, 125 
Brendel»Ryan»92 
Brentlinger»John«NL 
Brewer«James«115 
Brierly Raymond»1 1 5 
BrighfKimberly35, 107 
BnlleyTimothy47, 114 
Brmer-Emily125 
Brinkmeyer«Heather«60, 116 
Broaddus«Matf61, 116 
Broaddus«Stephen«1 1 6 
Brower«Dillon«64, 116 
Brown«Angela«92 
Brown»Jonatharr28, 35, 77, 125 
BrowrrKalib'47, 92 
Brown'Kimberlee«93 
Brown»Mallory125 
Brown»Sylvia»107 
Brown«Titfani»107 
Brownfield«Joshua»1 16 
Bruce-Amanda«29, 42, 93 
Brumfield«Matthew«48, 125 
BrumifCrystal«107 
BryarrBrittanylO, 59, 125 
BryanfCorey47, 116 
Bryant»Michelle»NL 
BryanCRachel«42. 70, 107 
Buchanan«Joshua«64 
Buchheim«Meagan«63, 70, 125 
Buck-Larry47, 125 
Buehlhorn«Ehzabeth«6, 90 
Buehlhom-Jeremy 1 25 
Buehne'Adam«42, 62, 125 
Buescher«Pamela»NL 
Buettner-Jessica'106 
Buettner«Kyle«28, 116 
Buettner«Michael»1 06 
Buhl-William-125 
Bultman«Nathan«108 
BundyJasorMO, 28. 48. 125 
Burgard'Neal'35 
Burge»Eric«47, 108 
Bunanek»Jason»NL 
Burk»Jaime«93 
Burke»lantha«53, 125 
BursicreSamantha»77, 125 
Burzynski-Zachary47. 125 
Busekrus»Jacquelyn«26, 29, 125 
Bush»Raymond»135 
Bushmire«Beth'93 
Butler'Philllp«93 
Bynoe«Curtley125 
BynunrKadie«108 
Byrne«Shawn»56. 106 



Caldwell«James«114 

Calhoun«Johrr47. 125 

CalverCRyarM35 

Cameron'Daniel«61, 125 

Camiliere Jr«Michael«28, 36, 47, 123 

Campbell«James«42, 88, 125 

Campbell»Mark'90 

Cann«John«11, 62, 93 

Canning«Emily»26, 29, 39, 93 

Cargo»Roshanda»125 

Carmickle«William»56, 125 

Carney«Erlca«125 

Carr«Abby93 

Carr«Andrew1 16 

Carroll«Emily108 

Carter»Alex»64 



Carter-Zachary47. 93 
CaseyRobert»116 
Casper«Daniel«28, 116 
Cassens»Ashleigh»1 26 
Cathcart«Heather'116 
Cathcart«Maria'93 
Catlin«David«116 
Chambers'Danielle'29, 123 
Chambers«Kurf72, 93 
ChaneyAmanda'26, 29, 93 
Chaput«Rebecca«1 08 
Charles«Abidemi«108 
Chase«Diana«52, 126 
Cheesman«Mlchael«47. 88, 116 
Chisamore IM»Danny54, 126 
Cipfl«Joseph«43 
Clapp«Jack«47, 114 
Clapp«Nathanael»47, 126 
ClayFlnola»59, 126 
Clay»Joseph«NL 
Clervi«Anthony126 
Clipper«Bob«88 
Coats«Eva«126 
Cobb-Hlllary29, 116 
Coble»Erin»10, 29, 33, 126 
Cochrane«Laura«42, 93 
CoftyDrew47. 114 
Cole«Crystal«29, 70, 123 
Cole«James«74, 126 
Cole«Katherine«70, 73, 85, 108 
Cole«Laron«47, 126 
Coleman«Shirela«108 
Collier Jr«Tommie'47, 126 
Colllns«David«47, 116 
Colvin»Heather«116 
ConnellyMary29, 93 
Conner«Erln«37, 70, 77, 126 
Conrad«Dominlque»47, 108 
Conrath«Deborah»93 
Conrod«Kyle«10, 21,36, 93 
Cook«Melissa«116 
Cook«Rlchard«47, 126 
Cooper«Chrlstina»30, 35, 89, 93 
Corbet1«Rebecca»106 
Corzme«Amy»34 
Costello«Danny»48, 108 
CourtneySasha-93 
Cowell«Thomas«108 
Cox«Laura«49, 123 
CralleyRenee«72, 73, 85, 93 
Crawford«Brandy126 
Creek»Jeffrey108 
Creek«Paul«NL 
Cregger-Mark«28, 126 
Crlbbet»Steveir47, 135 
Crnokrak»Rachel«106 
CrowAlicia«39, 108 
Crowe«Kyle»47, 126 
Crump«Kevin«47, 93 
Cryder»Joel*NL 
Csontos»Meghan»1 06 
Cummlngs«Scott«1 52 
Cummins«Donald«54, 94 
Cummins«Roberf54, 108 
Cunnings»Chrlstopher»47, 94 
Cusumano»Rebecca«1 06 



Dandridge»Kenneth»11, 94, 13 

Darr«Kyle-116 

DashleyDeanna«31, 108 

Dauer«James«116 

Davis»Lawrence»47, 126 

Davis-Marie»116 

Davls«Ryan«126 






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Dawson«John«28, 77, 108 

DayMichael'47, 126 

Daylor«Mary90 

Deardeuff«Michelle«94 

Deets«Alexis«116 

Defranco«Matthew51, 126 

Degenharf Darin«62, 94 

DelaneyBrendon»46, 47, 108 

DemouliirStephen«48, 108 

Dennis'Encka«35, 94, 137 

Dennis«James'5, 13, 20, 43, 90 

DenfJaRon»27, 30, 35, 47, 116 

Depaolo'Julie«NL 

Derfler«Matthew94 

Deters«Katherine«126 

Deters'Miranda'108 

Deutschmann»Bryan«94 

Devkota«Prajwal«1 26 

Diefenbach«Ryan«42, 72, 73, 77, 85, 

108 

Diekemper«Stephanie'94 

Dienell»Katie»49, 126 

Diesen»Rhonda»114 

Dietrich«Bradley48, 116 

DillinghanrRob'88 

Dinkelman»Brian»62, 108 

Dintelman«Lauren»1 08 

Dinwiddie«Carlton-1 1 6 

Dippold«Devin«24, 38, 70. 72, 73, 85, 

87, 108 

Distler»KimberlyNL 

Dix«Keri«94 

DixorrSarah'60 

Dobsch«Gwendolyn«1 08 

DockeryAnn»108 

Dodd»Denise«35, 89, 94, 139 

DohertyNathan«48, 94 

Doll'Alanna»94 

DonleyDanielle«29, 126 

Donohoo»Timothy«64, 108 

DotsorrAmanda'24, 37, 38, 73, 85, 

86,94 

Dove»Amanda»1 06 

Dowlmg»Victoria«90 

Downmg«Joshua»1 16 

Doyens«Melissa«55, 108 

Drake»AmyNL 

Dreyer«Nicholas«51, 135 

Drone»Jake«126 

Drone«Sabrina«94 

DulaneyChristopher«94 

Dulle«Tiffany126 

Oulski»Anne«NL 

Dulski«Brian«90 

Dunevant«Deborah»94 

Dunihoo«Brooklyn«59, 108 

Dunnmg«Ashley77, 126 

DurarrSantiago'48, 126 



Eaker»Susanna«NL 
Eberwein»Benton»42, 64, 94 
Echelbarger«Eric»56 
Eckhardt«Michael«47, 116 
Edler«Jon»116 
Edmonds«Kodie«l35 
Edwards«Jessica»1 26 
Edwards«Jonathan»1 26 
Edwards«Morgan»1 16 
:ggleston«Tami«12, 26, 39, 4 
37 

Ehinger«Whitney63, 94 
tlders»Heather«59, 126 
Ellington-Sherman«47, 126 
Elliott«Lucy49, 126 



Ellis-Kara'25, 37, 126 
Ellis-Stephen«116 
Emge«Edward'NL 
EnyarfBrook-31 , 55, 116 
Erwin«Jason»47, 126 
Esker-Jamie'NL 
Essenpreis»Ben«1 16 
Essenpreis«Jesse«48, 126 
Eusterbrock«Jessica«17, 94 
Evans»Jared»72, 73. 79, 88, 127 
Evans«Margaret»NL 
Evans*MellaDeane«95 
Evereh>Anna«70, 71, 79, 89, 116 
Everett«Tiffany49, 114 
Evers»Kevm«1 14 
Eversgerd«Aaron»28, 95 
Eversgerd»Kevin»95 
Eversgerd»Kyle«47, 116 
Eyetsemitan«Frank«90 



Fagan»Rick«73, 127 
FaheyJeanne«95 
FaheyPatncia«NL 
Fahrenhorst«Timothy47, 116 
Falconio«Anthony«1 1 4 
Farmer»Chance»47 
Farrell«Amanda«33, 127 
Fasig«Krista«135 
Feldker«Mark«47, 127 
Felippo«Antonella»49, 127 
FergusorrRachel'50, 63, 116 
Ferguson»Sheila'1 35 
Fernandez«Ariana«70, 108 
Fero«George«90 
Ferrell»Sarah«95 
Finch«Patrice«108 
FinleyJason«70, 71, 127 
Fischer«Brad«56, 108 
Fish«Zachary47, 127 
Fisher«Brian»127 
Fisher«lrma»116 
Fisher«Jolene»152 
Fitzgerald»Derrick«95 
Fitzgerald'Elizabetlr9 1 
Fiudo»Erin»95 
Fleming»Rebecca«95 
Flick«Jacob«127 
Flick«Rebecca«39, 42, 80. 95 
Flowers»Mariano»47, 127 
Foehrkolb«Cynthia«39, 95 
Fohne»Andrea«127 
Folk«Patnck«20, 90 
Ford«Ashley39, 108 
Ford»Sara«25, 29, 36, 86, 108 
Ford«SkyleM17 
Foster«Kyle«127 
Foster«Lmdsay31 , 55, 95 
Foster«Shelli»127 
Foster«Stacie»95 
Fourcault»Amber«1 1 7 
Fournie«Lisa«95 
Fournier«Jessica«70 
Fowler«Jennie«21 , 95 
Fox«Stephen«95 
Fraher«Timothy54, 108 
Francescon«Nickolas«28, 47, 123 
Francis«Stephanie»95 
Frank-Kayla«30, 65, 95 
Franklin-Paul'47, 127 
FrawleyKelly29, 117 
Frerking»Lacey»52, 117 
Friedench'Nicholas'47, 95 
Frierdich«Eric«48, 127 
Frierdich«Steven«95 



Frizzo-Lauren'127 
FrosfEmily38, 86, 108 
FryErin«40, 73, 108 
Fuchs«Michelle«29, 117 
Fuchs«Troy1 14 
Fuehne«Bnan«95 
Fuehne»Lindsey 1 27 
Fuehne«Stacy117 
Fulton-Nicholas-12, 34, 127 
Fust lll«George«127 
FuzesseiyBrittany«49, 135 



Gaddis»Emily37, 109 
Gage«Tammara«31, 37, 55. 109 
Gagne»John«96 
Gam«Holley10, 70, 117 
Gajewski«Jason«62. 109 
Galeaz»Tiffany29, 35. 117 
Galli«Alex«28, 47, 80, 85, 109 
Ganschinietz»AWison«42, 71, 127 
Garcia-Maricela«79. 127 
Garland«Ashley70, 117 
Garrett«Yasanne«109 
Gass»Christopher«70, 117 
Gates»Whitney96 
Gebke«ScotM06 
Geimer«Joseph»28, 127 
Geluck«Neal»109 
Gerberdmg«Alex»96 
Gericke»Drew62. 96 
Gerlach»Kyle«28, 47, 96 
Gerler»Suzan»50, 59, 127 
Gerstner»Brent«47, 117 
Gibbs»Aimee«109 
Gibbs*Jesse«117 
Gibbs'Megan«117 
Giger«Amber«37, 70, 127 
Giles«Stacey96 
Gilmore«Jerome«96 
Gilter«Jamie«114 
Gladis«George«32, 117 
Glasgow»Justin«127 
Glenn»Aaron»64, 117 
Glockner»Steven«127 
Gloeckner-Elizabeth'37, 117 
Glover'Pierre«117 
Goanng«Jill«96 
Goddard«Marsha«90 
Gomric«Jill«135 
Gonzalez«Emily70, 127 
GordoirBarbara-80, 90 
Gordon»Meghan«1 09 
Gostowski«David»1 1 7 
GrahanrCatherine'80, 96 
Graham«Jamie»31, 109 
Graham»John«90 
Graham«Trissa«59, 109 
Granderson«Brandy 1 1 4 
Grasle«Melissa«109 
Graves«Amanda«1 27 
Gray«Anna»90 
GrayBrandi»106 
GrayJennifer»96 
Grayson«Beronte'»46, 47, 109 
Green«Ashley61 , 64, 96 
Greenlee'Kim«96, 137 
GregoryKyle«48, 109 
Gregory«Stephen«1 27 
Greiman«Rebecca«1 27 
Griebel»Caitlyn«65, 127 
Griffith»Kelly96 
GrimnrBrent'51, 135 
Grimm«Terry»51 
Grimmer»Crosby96 



Grodeon«Steve»1 17 

Groennert«Heather»96 

Grogan»Jef1rey-109 

GrogarrJohn«64, 1 17 

GrommefCaitlirr127 

Grose«Robert«64, 127 

Gross«Lee«117 

Gross«Sarah«71, 127 

Grossmann«Kara»70, 123 

Gryzmala»Catherine«70, 152 

Guenther«Kara«96 

GuesfEmily96 

Gummersheimer»Leshe«10, 36, 78, 

109 

GuyMichael«135 

Guymon-Kyla«96 



Haar-Bradley96 

Haas-Sarah«7, 25, 37, 79, 80, 88, 89 

127 

Haase«Aaron»47, 127 

Hackney Timanye«60, 106, 152 

Hackstadt-Amber«96 

Hackstadt«Kristina«117 

Haefner«Sarah«15, 77, 114 

Haertling«Devin»109 

Halb«Joan»109 

Hale«Jeremi»47, 128 

Hall«Stephanie«42, 79, 88, 117 

Halsema«Susan«97 

HambyScott«47, 128 

Hampton«Santiago«1 28 

Hamnck«Catherine«65, 117 

HankleyDaniel'77, 117 

Hanson«Melanie«86, 87, 97 

HardestyCasey97 

HardyChnsta«109 

HardyKeith«117 

Hare'Travis«54, 109 

Harold«Sean«128 

Harre«Patricia«97 

Harres«Cole«48, 128 

Harris«Amber«1 1 , 29, 71 , 1 28 

Harris«Julianne«42, 65, 117 

Harris-Kevin»135 

Harris«Lizzi«135 

Harris«Michael«106 

Harris«Nathan«6, 68, 128 

Harns»Sarah«1 1 

Harnson«Bruce«6, 42, 88 

Harrison«Carrie«37, 128 

Harrison Jr«Michael«25, 30, 47, 117 

Harriss»Samantha«1, 37, 80, 109, 

153, 160 

Harroff«Willianr34, 41 

Harry Bethany 70, 71, 109 

Hart-Emily58, 59, 117 

Hartel«Laura«135 

Harter«Colleen«17 

Harter«Michelle'97 

Hasenstab«Allison«128 

Hasheider«Kathryn»59, 117 

Hasheider«Kelly58, 59, 97 

Haskins'William»90 

Hasler»Jennifer-109 

Hassard»Keith«61 

Hastings«Wesley47. 117 

HastyJames»64, 128 

Hattle«Leslie»29, 109 

Havelka«Krystal»55, 97 

Hawk»James»47, 128 

Hawkms«Andrea«10, 63. 117 

Hawkins'Lindsey11,42, 109 

Hayer«Chnstopher«28, 35, 42, 97 



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Hayes»Ashley49. 128 
Hazzard«Elizabeth«42, 67, 77, 80 97 
Heck«Matthew28. 117 
Hedman«Sarah»31 , 55, 109 
Heern«Manssa«39, 97 
Heil«Jacob«42, 128 
Heins»Brittany97 
Helldoerfer»CherM09 
Hellei>Philip«51, 123 
HellmanirMatthew128 
HellmanrrNicole«128 
Hemann«Amanda«NL 
HendersorrSearr24, 38, 72, 73, 85, 
97 

Henderson-Moore«Arsenia«97 
Hendricks«Mandeline«97 
Henn»Amber*31,61, 117 
Henne»Alexandre«60, 117 
Henryl_indsay«97 
Henseler«BruzAnn»51, 128 
Henshaw«Julia»90 
HenshawMichael«90 
Hernandez«Nicholas»47, 128 
Hemng»Sheila«59 
Hertzog-Stephen«47, 128 
Heth«Jason«54, 128 
Hibbert«Canssa«109 
Hickox'Heather'30, 97 
Hicks-Adam«47, 64, 117 
Hicks'Christin«118 
Higdon»Nichole«109 
Hill»Adam«44, 62, 109 
Hill«Kellen«47, 118 
Hills»MichaeM28 
Hillyard«Lyndsey50, 106 
Hilyard'Justin-47, 118 
Hines-StacyNL 
Hinkebein«Kristina«97 
Hoffman»Megan»1 18 
Hoffmann»Holly24, 79, 118 
Hogue«Shannon«1 28 
Hohl»Emily11,29. 118 
Holcmann»Shauna»50, 97 
Holdener«Taran«97 
Holderfield«Lmdsey33, 118 
Hollingsead«Joshua*1 , 24, 37, 109, 
153, 160 

Holloway»Warren«97 
Holmgren»Lindsay»1 06 
Holshouser«Jaime«26, 29, 128 
Holtgrave»Marlene»98 
HoneycutfChnstine'1 09 
Hopkins'Bryan«47, 118 
Hopkins«Michael»98 
Hopkms'Nicholas'47, 128 
Hopkms»Zack»47, 109 
Horn«Tonya«NL 
Horton«Lacee«118 
Houk'Jason-123 
House»Nathan«47, 128 
Houseworth»Deanna»1 06 
Houston«Brandon«1 1 8 
Howard»Jacob«47, 109 
Howard-Maukiesh«47, 65, 88. 109 
Howe«Heather»109 
Hrdlicka»l_aura»128 
Hubbard«Katie«35, 49, 123 
Hubbard«Matthew»1 09 
Hubbard-NancyNL 
Hubbard«Shirley128 
Hudgens«Michael*1 1 , 98 
Hudson«Chad»47. 123 
Hudspeth«Timothy98 
Huels»Angie«98 



Hu8lsman»Jenna«65, 128 
Huffman»Amanda«1 35 
HuffmarrDeawndra«1 35 
Hughes«Millicenf25, 98, 138 
Hughes«Patnck«98 
Huhn«Michelle«106 
HullefTimothyNL 
Hunsperger»Aaron«1 35 
Hunter»Aryn«135 
Hunter«Elizabeth-98 
Hunter*Megan*64, 118 
Hustedde»Kristirr51 
Hutchison«Dennis«1 18 
Hutchison«Jennifer«1 10 
Hutton«Winston«53, 128 
Huxford«Marilyn«29, 32, 79, 90 



ldecker»Ashley1 10 
llges«Kyle«51, 128 
Inskip'Enn'NL 
lsaac«Jerry47, 128 
lsmaila»Halimat»53 
lsom«Jane>91, 98 



JacknewitZ'Jennifer-NL 
Jackson»Amber»29, 118 
Jackson»Brittany«63, 110 
Jackson»Dexter«47, 128 
Jackson»Erica»98 
Jackson«Katherine«1 1 , 98 
Jackson«Keitlr28, 47. 118 
Jacob»Keith»51. 118 
Jacob«Shirley«91 
Jacobsen»Erik«39, 118 
Jacobsmeyer«Kevm«1 14 
JacobyChristine«118 
Jahn»Kyle«64, 128 
James«Chadley12, 128 
James«Jave't«54, 79, 128 
James'Thomas'61 , 118 
James Sr»Terrell»NL 
Jameson»Natalie«49, 118 
Janek-Jacob'47. 64, 123 
Janik«Heather«98 
Jeffers«John»106 
Jefferson»Brian«5, 128 
JeffersorrZerrick«1 06 
Jeffrey«Amanda»1 18 
Jelks»Ashley128 
Jenkins»Rebecca»1 23 
Jennings»Candice»1 14 
Jennings»Kari»31 , 32, 78, 129 
Johns«Kelley98 
Johnson»Andrea«98 
Johnson«Angie«86, 114 
Johnson«DarceM29 
Johnson«Joshua»77, 129 
Johnson«Karla»63, 114 
Johnson«Kimberly 1 06 
Johnson»Marcus»1 29 
Johnson«Sara«10, 60, 129 
Jones«AdriarM9, 24, 25, 30, 31. 35. 
118 

Jones«Bradley«110 
Jones'Daryle»110 
Jones'Derek»110 
Jones»Dominique«47, 118 
Jones'Enca«50, 98 
Jones»Jessica»118 
Jones«Josh«47, 98 
Jones«Lisa»98 
Jones«Miranda«98 



Jones«Raphael«47, 118 
Jones-Rhonda«NL 
Jones«Shana«29, 98 
Jordan»Donielle»1 10 
Judge«Natalie«106 
Juehne«Elizabeth«123 



KadonskyMichelle«31, 70, 118 
KalerfAmber«35, 89, 98 
Kane«Mary24, 110 
Kannewurf«Steven«54, 118 
KantnecDusty62 
KasslyRenee«1 18 
Kasson»Terese»91 
Keener«Jonathon«62, 129 
KelemetcSara'99 
KelleyAndrew«99 
Kemp»Jacqueline«20, 30 
KenlyRachaeM06 
KennedyMeagon«1 10 
KennedyNicholas-62, 118 
Kesler»Bryan»118 
Kettwich»Kelleir62, 118 
Kiefer«Amanda»99 
Kiefer»Ashley118 
Kimmel»Tyler«118 
King»Daniel'47, 129 
King-Darron«47, 129 
King«Stacy«99 
KmgsleyEmily42, 110 
Kingston«Chad«62, 99 
Kipyego«Sally135 
KirkseyAmanda«49, 99 
Kirschner«Ehzabeth«34, 99 
Kisat'CourtneyNL 
Kisgen«James»64 
Kitzmiller»Mary-Kathenne»1 06 
Klamberg«Amy99 
Klaus'Amanda-35, 65, 118, 152 
Klaus«Barbara«29, 37, 65, 110 
Klein-Jeffrey 114 
Kher«Jarrod«47, 118 
Klier*Ryan»47, 129 
Kloppenburg«Brian«70, 74, 118 
Klostermann«Leah«70, 71, 99 
Klostermann«Lynn»59, 110 
KlostermanrrPauM 18 
Klucker»Katie»99, 152 
Knobbe'Joseph»62, 119 
Knobeloch«Michael»1 1 9 
KnolhofkJustin«119 
Knoll* Andrea*73 
Knopp»Seth«47, 129 
Kockler-Adam«99 
Koerkenmeier»Lisa«110, 129 
Koerkenmeier«Tara»NL 
Kohler«Danielle«129 
Koirala»Sudarsun«70, 129 
Komorech-Christopher'88, 110 
Korte«Lauren«10, 110 
Kosikowski«Jason»47, 129 
Kowal«Melinda«99 
Kreer«Jacqueline"1 1 9 
Kreher'Daniel»11, 91 
Kremmel«Aaron»119 
Krewinghaus-Chnstina«37, 38, 9S 
Kriss«Daniel«91 
Kroupa»Heather«129 
Krueger»Laura»NL 
Kruep«Danielle'70, 129 
Kuehner«Johnathan«48, 129 
Kueper»Jaclyn«99 
Kull«Trenton«129 



Kunz'Jamie»119 

Kupferer»Matthew70, 71, 73, 110 
Kutscher«Scott«48, 110 



LackeyShannon«99 
Lafenhagen«Lyndsy»1 10 
LaidleyMichelle»99 
Land«Jeffrey135 
Landfned«Katherine«65, 129 
Lanenga«Renee«29, 63, 129 
Lanfersieck»Kay110 
Langdon»Sandra«42 
Langdon«Michael«1 14 
Lanham«Thomas»NL 
Lapington-Kyle«27, 28, 42. 110 
LaRose»Nancy49, 63, 129 
Larsen«Mark«106 
Larson«Deborah»91 
Laskowski«Jamie»1 1 
Lauber«Matthew»47, 119 
Lauf«Jamie«31 , 110 
Laux«Ben|amin»47, 64, 129 
LayDavid«119 
Lee«Steven«64, 129 
Leguizamon»Amalia«99 
Lelea«Lee«47 
Leohner«Erica»34, 123 
Leonard«Cassie«31 
Lepere«Rochelle«110 
Lercher«Nicholas«110 
Levin'George^llO 
Lewis«Amie«17, 29, 30, 32, 79, 8( 

Lewis«Jesse«47, 99 
Lewis'Michelle'1 14 
Lienmg«Candace»99 
Linn«Justin«110 
Litteken«Lindsey»1 00 
Lobnng«Kinr152 
Loepker»Jessica«1 14 
Loeschner-Rebecca«50. 106 
Loftus«Steven«77, 129 
Logan«Courtney25, 47, 77, 129 
Logan«Wilhe*47, 119 
Lomas«Shaun«56, 110 
Lomelino»Brian»18, 47, 110 
Long«Amanda«NL 
Lopez«Katherine«1 1 
Lotfl_indsay50, 106 
Loveless«Lakisha«1 29 
Lowe»Jonathan»42, 123 
LowreyShern«106 
LowryCharity31, 55, 129 
Lugge«Robert«48, 106 
Luitjohan»Jason»70, 77, 110 
LupervJennifeMOO 
Lutz«Christiane»119 
Lyles«Bryanf44, 56, 57, 119 

M 

Maag«Angela«129 
Macbush«Stacie«70 
MacEwen»Wendy70, 110 
Mackey«Cynthia»61 
Maedge«Tara«100 
Maggio«Brad«51,61 
Magnussen«Michelle«72, 73, 85 
Mahan»Thomas«51, 54, 119 
Maiyo»Joel«52, 110 
Malicbegovic«Kemal'56, 119 
Mallrich«Janet«21 
Maloch»Trevor«64, 119 
Malone»Jacqueline«1 29 



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Mandrell«Kara«91 
Mank«Kinr135 
Mann«Marcus»47, 110 
Mannino»Michelle»1 1 9 
Mansfield»LeAnn«1 1 9 
Manville«Timothy»47, 129 
Marble«Latosha«135 
Marchal«Mary91 
MarcunrLance»62, 110 
Marcum»Quinton«48, 135 
MarkhanrChristopher«54, 119 
Marquedant«Margaret«50, 119 
Marquez«Andres<35, 47, 60, 129 
Marsaglia»Kristen»50, 114 
Martens«Jamie»NL 
Martin«Courtenay100 
Martin»Sean«11,27, 35, 110 
Martychenko-AllisorH 00 
Mason«Jeffrey*59 
Mason«Nathan«106 
Mason-Theresa«50, 100 
Masterson«Ryan«1 29 
Matter«Maureen«49, 119 
Matthews«Mary«1 00 
Matzenbacher«Gina«33, 119 
Maurer«Amy63, 110 
Maurer«Miranda«24, 31,111 
Mauser«Andrew»47, 129 
Maxfield«Katherine«NL 
Maxwell«Andre«135 
Mayes»Melanie«135 
McAdams»Brent«47, 129 
;McBride'Shawn»129 
McCarthyLee«54, 61 , 119 
McCauleyChristine'1 1 9 
McClaryJoe'48 
McClmtock'Michael-38, 86 
McCollunrColleen'NL 
McCormick»lan»28, 1 1 1 
McCouleyChrissy49 
McCoyAntonio«47, 129 
McCraryKathryn«1 1 1 
McCrayKurtis«100 
McCullough«Carolyir1 1 1 
McDaniel«Kari»34 
McDaniel«Kevin«48, 135 
McDonald'Jessica'63, 106 
WlcGee»Martin«67, 70, 71, 100 
McGriff-Kimberly55, 100 
McGuire«Joseph«65, 100 
Mclntyre»Mary79, 88, 111 
McKelvyKatie'100 

VlcMillin'Nate»64 

VlcQuaid«Lester«28, 42, 68, 119 

teQuillan«DevirTl35 

JlcRoberts«Robert«47, 130 

tead«Xavier»47, 130 

Jleade«Jessica«100 

'teador«Tabitha«100 

'teadows'CurtiS'35, 47, 1 00 

Meddows'Melissa'l 00 

Vledvick«Haley39, 106 

'Jehring»Adam«47, 119 

teisenheimer»Jeffery47, 130 

tenke«Daniel»47, 130 

denner«Jessica«130 

fennerick«Gregory60, 81, 85, 87, 

111 

'terlenbach«Erica«33, 119, 152 

'rfesnard»Patricia»91 ,111 

'tesplay Kristi«1 06 

'teyer»Emily106 

'teyer«James»106 

'teyer»Melissa»100 

'deyler»Ryan»62, 119 



Michels«Jeffrey100 
Miles>David«54, 119 
Miles«Stepherr61 ,111 
Miller«Dana«10, 29, 70, 130 
Miller«Doran«130 

Miller»Kayla«38, 42, 70, 72, 73, 85, 
111 

Miller»Marilyn»111 
Miller»Tarell«44, 64, 114 
Miller«Terence»1 19 
Mills«Diane»91, 111 
Misiak«William«51 
Mitchell«Joni«21 
Mitchell'Kellym 
Mitchell«Megan«106 
MobleyDuane«47 
Mobley«Melissa»1 11 
Moll«Jane«NL 

Molnar»Katrina«17, 24, 31, 89, 100 
Monger»Charles«64, 130 
Monken«Edward«1 1 9 
Montalbano'Jacob'47, 135 
Moore«Lisa«37, 38, 100 
Moore«Lisa«101 
Moore»Maureen-60 
Mora«Mallory29, 130 
Moravec«Stephen«47, 130 
Morland-Nikki'65, 111 
Morrese»Valerie«73, 135 
Morris»Andrea«1 1 1 
Mosca»Nicolas«48, 119 
Moss»Deveon«47, 114 
Mueller«Cassandra'1 01 
Mueller»Jenny37, 66 
Mueller'Laura«7, 10, 37, 130 
Mueller»Todd«130 
Mullins»Timothy91 
Munson»Ashleigh«71, 119 
MurrirrDaniel«47, 119 
Musial»Jeanette*101 
Muskopf«Michael«101 

N 

Nagel»Timothy62, 101 
Napier»James«1 1 1 
Napper»Christina«89, 130 
NatiorrLora»59, 119 
Nattier«Joseph»47, 130 
Neale-Philip-91 
Neighbors«Brian«51, 61, 119 
Neighbors«Sean»48, 130 
Ness»Richard»54, 111 
Neumann»Lorna«1 30 
NewburyBrittany 1 1 , 35, 101 
Newell«Matthew47, 130 
Newman«Elizabeth«70, 130 
Newsom«Woodrow«62, 1 1 1 
NguyerrDavid'130 
NicelyOrion»53, 130 
Nicholls«Stephen«47, 130 
NichoMan'48, 130 
Nichols«Michael«61 , 130 
Nicholson«Sara«1 1 1 
Niebrugge»Jonathon«1 1 9 
Niedringhaus«Rick'48, 101 
Nikolauzyk»Timothy1 1 1 
Nimmo»Joshua«47, 51, 119 
Noeldner«Jasorr120 
NordmanrrEri rM 01 
Norman«Elizabeth«1 35 
Norsic«Jason«48, 120 
Norton»Jonathan«1 30 
Notorangelo«Nicole'63, 101 
Novara«Nell«120 
Nunn»Juanita«30, 101 



Ocheltree»Nicole«1 1 1 

O'Daniell'Stacie'NL 

0'Donnell'Briarr69, 130 

Oertwig«Shawn»62, 120 

0'Hara»MichaeM35 

Oietrich«Brad«48 

Okafor»Rosemary»53 

Oldeen«Cory47, 120 

OldhanrNoah'101 

Olson»Brittany123 

Olson«Duane»32 

0'Rourke-Brandie»135 

0'Rourke»Josie»91 

Orr«John«91 

Oster«Bradley62 

Ostertag«Rachael«63, 130 

OteyChristopher«123 

Oughton«Laura«120 

OusleyKeri«49, 106 

OverbyStephen'114 

Owens«Brandon»47, 65, 135 

Owens'Eric«130 



Packard'Renee-70, 130 
Padgett'David'1 1 , 51 , 120 
Paeth«Nina»70, 114 
Palovick'Jenna«120 
Paluczak«Jamie«29, 120 
Paluczak«JoAnne«29, 120 
PandeyLaxmarr120 
PankeyKristin»39, 1 1 1 
PankeyWhitney37, 42, 65, 80, 84, 
101 

Pannier«Julie»120 
Papp«Travis»54 
Paproth«Kelly120 
Parker-Erica'101 
Parker«Jennifer»1 1 1 
Parker«Mary101 
Patterson»Kara»1 1 1 
Patterson«Martha«81 , 91 
Paul*Nessa«52, 120 
Payton»Jamie«123 
Pechacek-Derek«28, 47, 123 
Pecoraro'Jenny«NL 
Pelate«Dustin»48, 135 
PenDell'Tracie«106 
Pennell«James«47, 65, 130 
Perry Rebekah«1 20 
Persons«Kellie«1 1 1 
Peters«Jennifer«14, 43, 71, 80, 91 
Peters«Kristine«130 
Peters«Ryan«48, 135 
PetersorrCari'120 
PetersoirMichelle«67. 101 
Petraitis«Stacy101, 137 
Petrus'Rachel«35, 114 
PetterserrSara'52, 130 
Petzoldt'Allison'120 
Pfefferkorn»Joanna«37, 63, 89, 106 
Phillips«Jesse«101 
Phillips'Lori»106 
Pickerell'Jennifer«91 
Pieper«Matt«47 
Pieper«Thomas«28, 101 
Pingsterhaus*Anna«1 30 
Pittser«Shararr91 
Podliski«Daniel«64, 130 
Poelker«Carl«9 
Poelker«Trent»61 
Poland»Laura«120 
Polete«Ryan»48, 120 
Pope«Luke«114 



Popp«Kelly101 
Porter«Ayanna«59, 120 
Porter'Kiea»25, 30,32, 130 
Poss»Danielle«130 
Poston«Lucas»1 30 
Potthoff«Jami»61, 101 
Povolish«Aarorr18, 39, 80, 81 , 85, 
87,88, 111 
Powell'Susan»91 
Power«Marcus«51 , 120 
Powers«Justirr62, 111 
Pranger«Dustin«46, 47, 131 
Prather«Amanda«63, 131 
Prayer'Theodore-47, 120 
Prendergast»Antonio«47, 131 
Prest»Adanr28, 102 
Prince«Michael»47, 123 
Pritchard»Josh»51 , 131 
Pritchard«Mallory29, 131 
Provost-Kevin«47, 131 
Pullum«Lonnitta«102 
Purcell«Jacob«102 
Purcell»Jamie«131 



Queern»James*106 
Quick'Samantha«131 
QumrrCarrie«102 
Quinn«Daniel«60, 120 
Quinn«Michelle«50, 63, 123 
Quinones»Paula'106 
Quintana«Dusty 1 02 
QuirirrJeffrey26, 28, 1 14 
Quisenberry»Phillip«21, 39, £ 



Radno»Adanr47, 120 
Rahar«Nicholas«47, 102 
Rainey«Julie«111 
Rains«Andrew47, 102 
Rakers'Anna«102 
Rakers»Jacob«106 
Rakers»Zachary«70, 114 
RaleyNathan«28, 120 
RawleyNathan»102 
Redding«Michael»106 
Rednour'Zackery»61 , 135 
Reeb«Kristen»NL 
Reed«Molly63, 131 
Reed«Rachael«39, 63, 1 1 1 
Reed«Trevor»102 
Reese«Brenda»NL 
Reese»Myron»91 
Reeser'Amy73 
Reeves«Brenf42, 91 
Reeves«Ginger-102 
Reeves«Jonathon«48, 131 
Rehberger»Sally102 
Reilmann'Ellen«102 
Reiss'Kristy 1 1 1 
RemageirRachael'111 
Renken«Sharon«50 
Rennegarbe»Camille«1 1 , 42, 102 
Rennegarbe«Sarah«1 31 
Renneker»Nichole«1 20 
Repking«Jennifer»34, 1 1 1 
Reynolds«Ashley«55, 1 1 1 
Reynolds«Jarrod'47, 106 
Reynolds-Todd'21 
Reznicek«Maria»102 
Rhodes«David«28, 47, 106 
Rice»Dail«47, 131 
Rich«Uhlon«47, 135 
Richard-Nicole-29, 61,123 
Richards'Timothy91 



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RichardsorrAmanda»1 02 
RicherfDustm«62, 102 
Richmond»Allison»102 
Rick-Lindsay 102 
Ridenour»Christopher«lO 37, 1 31 
RidleyRenelM02 
Rieckenberg«Danielle«37, 103 
Riemann«Mark«106 
Rinderer»Elizabeth'111 
RinghauserrMelissa'58, 59 
Ripperda»Kendall»123 
Ritchie-Ashlee«49, 131 
Robb'Raymond«39 
Robbins'Stephanie'49, 1 1 1 
Robert«Mellisa»120 
Roberts»Scotf51, 131 
Robertson«Craig«40 
Robertson»Lacy29, 131 
RobertsorrLindsay 1 20 
Robmson«Adam»47, 131 
Robinson«Christina«37, 86, 111 
Robinson«Sarah«37, 38, 72, 73, 103 
Robson«Natalie«10, 63, 120 
Rocca»Anthony51, 131 
Rodgers-Ericka«131 
Roehng«RachaeM3l 
Rogers«Robert'47, 131 
Rogier»Aarorr131 
Roosevelt»Devan»1 12 
RoofMark-47, 64, 131 
Ropp'Curtis-131 
Rosborg«Wendy»NL 
Rosen«DanieM20 
Rosen«Nicole»112 
Rosenthal»Travis«70, 120 
RossirrMelanie'89, 103 
Rotich«Edwin»131 
Roundcount«Joseph»1 23 
Rubenacker«Sara-35, 112 
Rudd«Allerr131 
Rudd-Michael«47, 131 
Rude»Christopher»47, 131 
Ruggless'Shane»48. 131 
Ruiz«Mirianr29, 131 
Rumage«Patrisha'55. 131 
Rushing«Amanda»35, 103, 138 
Rushing-Nathan«64, 131 
Rusick«William«60 
Ruth«Sarah-103 
Ryan«Dennis«91 
Rygelski»Matthew131 



Salvato'Allison-42, 135 
Sanders«Monet«42, 59, 120, 152 
Sanford'JoyNL 
Santel«Jennifer»120 
Sauerhage'ChnstopheM 06 
Sayama-Mirai«120 
Schaal»Michael»28, 37, 112 
Schaefer»Brian«36, 120 
Schaefer«Stephanie«106 
Schaeffer«Chnstopher«14, 103 
Schafer«Amber«35, 112 
Schank«George«28, 112 
Schanuel«Daniel«47, 135 
Scheibel«Jennifer»1 1 2 
Scher«Sara»70, 103 
Scherby Ricky 106 
Schilb-Rick.47. 114 
SchildknechfPhil«51, 61, 120 
Schlarman»Enca»103 
SchlarmanrrMarcia«NL 
Schlau«Debra«112 



cesser«BenjamirWO, 71, 131 

,cnlueter«Kelly114 
Schmermund-David«48, 112 
Schmid»DarW2 
Schmittgens«Jason»1 1 2 
Schneider»Michael«35, 47, 114 
Schnelten«Kelli«103 
Schnurr«Malissa«106 
Schoenherr«Brian«39, 64, 121 
Schollesser«Ben«60 
Schorr-Melissa«121 
Schrage«Cole«47, 62, 131 
Schreiber«Rebecca«106 
Schubert«Nicholas«51 , 131 
Schuck'Amanda«63, 121 
Schulman«Joanna»31 
Schulte«CrystaM32 
Schulte«Jarid«132 
Schulte«Trisha«106 
Schumacher«Victona»1 03 
Schuster«Natalie«132 
Schwarze»Julie»132 
SchwierjohirTyler-62, 132 
Schwind»Adam«73 
Scobbie-Kylie»121 
Scort«Brea«106 
Scoh>Eric«47, 132 
Sears«Patrick«1 1 , 26, 35, 132 
Seger«Jamie«106 
Seibel«Erica«29, 36,55, 121 
Seipp-Juslirr112 
Sellers-Cory 132 
Sewell«Danny135 
Shapiro»Gabriel«37, 91 
Shawgo»Jonah»135 
Sheard'Jacquline»1 1 2 
Sheber»Scott'64, 132 
SheehairDonald'48, 49 
Sheets«Lori»112 
Shellenberg-Jenna»49, 121 
Shemwell»Travis«1 1 2 

Shepard«Charles«31, 103 

ShermairElizabetlr38, 86, 112 

Shield«Rick«28 

Shields«Christopher«56, 112 

Shrestha»Amif132 

Shrestha»Munik«39, 132 

Shrestha«Rijesh«121 

Shull«Eric«106 

Siebert«Erin«103 

Siegler»DanieM32 

Sierra«Chnstopher«48, 132 

Sigh«Rashonda«132 

Simmons*Brandi«112 

Simmons«Daryl«47, 132 

Simmons«Jared«1 03 

Simones«Chnstine«50, 114 

Simons-Corey47, 132 

Simpson«Amanda«1 32 

Simpson«Joshua«56. 135 

Sitze»Amie»121 

SiverlyMichael«47, 132 

Skelton«Maggie«l21 

Skinner-Misty«112 

Slechticky»Amber»1 03 

Sledge«Katie«121 

Sligar«Jennifer«1 12 

Sliment«David»112 

Smith-Abbey 103 

Smith«Andrew«52, 103 

Smith-Gsorge«47, 132 

SmitrrJanna«123 

SmitlrJo 

Smith»Jordan«47, 121 



Smith»Kelli«65, 121 

Smith«Keyma«1 1 . 29, 35, 36, 42, 75, 
88, 103, 137 

Smith-McKenzie«24, 31, 88, 103 
Smith-Misty 132 
Smith«Sharon»1 12 
Smith»Tabitha»103 
Snider«KimberlyNL 
Sobieralski»Andrea»1 1 2 
Sokolowski«Michael»64, 121 
Sondag«Tyler«39, 54, 121 
Sos'Jennifer'103 
Soutiea«Terrill»132 
Sparks ! Stephanie'59, 106 
Speaks»Joseph«47, 106 
SpeckharfSomer«50, 123 
Speicher«Mike«61 
Speidel»Timothy132 
Spenader«Jonathan«1 32 
SpiveyLeigh«NL 
Spotanski«Matthew62, 112 
Spurlock«Jordan«47, 121 
Sronce«John«47, 132 
St. Jean«Steve«l04 
StaclrAlisorr29, 132 
Stack«Naureen«37, 84, 104 
Stahl'Curtis»88, 121 
Stanfill«Erica«104 
Stanf ill»Melissa«1 04 
Stanhaus«Katey55, 132 
StanleyJonathan»56, 104 
Stanton«April«121 
Stapleton»Joshua«64, 132 
Starek«Jennifer»112 
Statham«Harry2, 56, 57 
Stawgo»Jonah«64 
Steeg«Timothy48, 123 
SteffeyAngelia»NL 
Stehlick-Charlene-NL 
Steiger«Katherine«49, 123 
Stein«Alissa»112 
Stejskal«Lisa»NL 
Stephens«Jamie«31, 70, 71, 112 
Stephens«Michael«51, 135 
Stephens«Ross»104 
Stephens«Sarah«104 
StewarfBrady104 
StewarfBrandon'123 
StewarfMarty112 
Stewart«Nancy91 
Stine»JustirM32 
Stogsdill«Kasey49, 112 
Stokes'Gwendolyn»121 
Stolarski«Daniel»47, 123 
Stone»Bradley132 
Storck«Chad«56, 114 
Storer«Chnstina'135 
Stough-Ashley29, 132 
Stout'AllisorWO. 121 
Strang-Kenfl 1,13,14,28, 35, 70, 
71,74,80. 104 
Strange«Timothy»48. 49 
Stratmann»Dean«47, 132 
Stratmann»Shawn»91 
Stremlau-John-48, 121 
Stncker«Jenna«70, 132 
Strobbe«Michael«56, 121 
Stukenberg«Ken«106 
Stults«Joel'121 
SturdivanfCarol'NL 
Suca«Lmdsey50, 114 
SuelmanrrJeff'106 
Suess«Paulina«112 
Sugar«Melinda«112 
SugderrJared'64, 132 



Suhl«Ashlie«114 

SullivarrClare«NL 

SullivairT A»47, 132 

Summary'Brendan'31, 112 

SummerlirrDerrick'47. 132 

Sumner«Nancy104 

Surber«Angela«104 

Surton«Suzanne«121 

Suydam»Amy«104 

SweefSasha«121 

Sykes«Vonzetta«10, 133 



Tadlock-Rebecca»67, 80, 112 
Tate«Angela«63, 133 
Tate«Jordan«65, 133 
Taylor«Amber«31 , 42. 121 
Taylor«Kevin«133 
Taylor«Nichole«42, 77 
Taylor«Nicole«50, 123 
Taylor«Nicole«50, 123 
Tebbe«Brenf34, 70, 121 
Tebbe«Keith»133 
TerryMichele*NL 
Thigpen«Michael«70, 71, 114 
Thomas«Christine«37, 104 
Thomas«Deidra«35, 121 
Thomas«Jacob«17, 54, 121 
Thomas«Rebecca*1 12 
Thompson«Andrew«1 1 2 
Thompson«Kenneth»1 35 
Thompson»Melmda«1 33 
ThorntoirJacob-17, 28, 31, 54, 112 
Thornton«Kahla«123 
Thurman«Amy»91 
Tiefenbrun«Kelly50, 112 
TiemanrrKarol»133 
Tillman«Audrey113 
Tissier»Jacquelme«61, 113 
Tissier»Paul«48, 121 
Tobias»Anthony121 
Todich«Monica»1 13 
Todorotf«Jaime»61 
Toedte«Lisa«NL 
Toennies»Corey«1 04 
Tolzmann»Ashley55, 133 
Tonnies»Danielle«113 
Tonnies»Trisha«133 
Tonsing-Meyer'Juhe'gi 
Totten«Corey21, 106 
TranthanrKathleen»1 1 4 
Trask«Sara«29. 42. 72. 73, 77, 84, 85, 
113 

TribleyAbbylO, 29, 121 
Tnpathi«Anuj«133 
Truss«Reginald«133 
Tucker«Emily»104 
Tucker«Jennifer»31 
Tullock«Kimberly70, 113 
Turner«Natalie«133 
Turski«Jonathan«47, 133 
Tuttle«Emily38, 80, 86, 104 

U 

Uhls«Gregory3, 39, 106 

Ulferts'Gretcheir25, 37, 40, 55. 133 

Ulmer«Kala»133 

Ulrich«Brittany37, 133 

Upchurch«Matthew47. 56. 133 



Vail«Anthony46. 47, 114 
Vallero«Ashley31. 55, 63, 121 
VanDoren»Brooke»121 
Vandyke«Erika«59, 121 






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i'Umiis mil listed in bunk. 



Index 



VanPutte«Robb«80, 91 


Will«Peter»41 


Varel»Denise«113 


Willard'Chad'64, 105 


Varel«Melanie«135 


Willert»Edward»91 


VarnunrPatrick»113 


Williams«Daniel«106 


VasilofKJessica«49, 114 


Williams«Eddie«47, 133 


VasilofKJohir48. 133 


Williams«Julius«133 


Vasquez«Lucille'114 


Williams»Mark«NL 


Vaughn»Chris«47 


Williams»Terry47, 134 


Vaughn«Tiare«113 


Williams»Timothy1 34 


Venhaus«Travis«121 


WillmarrClare«70, 113 


Vigar«Craig«48, 133 


Wilson»Angela«113 


Vogt«Kelly133 


Wilson»Cory105 


Vogt«Nicholas'64, 104 


Wilson«Derek«113 


Volkmar«Justin«123 


WilsorrEdward'134 




WilsorrJeffrey 1 22 


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Wilson«Matthew122 


Wade«Katelyrr133 


WindhanrErica«122 


Waeltz«Emily104 


Windham«Stephanie«65, 113 


WagleyFreddie<35, 54, 133 


Wingbermuehle«Jeffrey47, 54, 134 


Wagner«Heather»1 04 


Winkeler«Lisa»113 


Wagner»Joseph«1 23 


Winkeler»Sararr114 


Wahlig»Jenilyn«50, 63, 133 


Winkelmann«Emma«113, 152 


Wahlig»Joshua«62, 113 


Winter«Tricia«50, 1 14 


Walk»Laura«50, 133 


Winters«Amber«17, 105 


Walker»Wasim«121 


Wise«Abbie«113 


Walla«Romaine«53 


Wisenstein«Kun>89 


Walotka»Filip«53, 133 


WisnaskyKathryn«31, 122 


Waltermire-Krista«17, 88, 122 


WissehfKelly 1 , 37, 91, 152, 153, 


WaltorrJaphetlr47, 123 


160 


Wand»Rosalie«65 


Witcher«Rachel«25, 29, 30, 42, 135 


Ward«Andrea*104 


WitfAllisorWO, 88, 123 


Warren«Jennifer»1 13 


Witte«Sara«1 35 


Waters»ChristaM05 


Wittenbrink«Angela«1 05 


Watkins«Brad«NL 


Witter»Kristin«61 


WatkinsorrBethany 1 1 3 


WitthauslKJoseph«134 


Watters'Nicholette'55, 133 


Wohlers«Moritz«56, 57, 122 


Weathers»Lindsay29, 42, 65, 122 


Wolff»Kevin«134 


Weaver«Zachary64, 133 


Wolfmeier«Jill«49, 123 


Webb-Stephen-46, 47, 113 


WolfslauvJamie«113 


Webster»Kari»1 05 


Wolfslau«Justiir122 


Webster«Kenneth»46, 47, 113 


Wolinski-Christina«113 


Weder«David'105 


Wonnacort-Mark'70, 71, 72, 77, 122 


Weh«Derek'105 


Woodruff«PauM5, 40, 77, 122 


Weier«Willianr64, 122 


Woods«RacheM05 


WeigelmanirBrock'47, 133 


Woods«Shirley134 


Weiler*Megarr29, 35, 37, 84, 89, 105 


Woodside»Zachary 1 06 


Weiss-Alicia-113 


WooleryErin»122 


Weiss«Sarah«106 


Wormald-Vicki-NL 


Weissert«Erica«55, 133 


WrighfBrandoir47, 113 


Wellstead ! David«122 


Wright»Dionne«122 


Welsch«Keigh-Cee-133 


Wurtz»Amanda»1 05 


Weltzin«Kristin«34, 105 


Wyms«Brandon«47, 64, 134 


Westlake«Aimee«50, 106 


Wyrostek«Ashleigh«1 05 


WestorrJared-48, 114 




Weston«Kenny122 


X 


Weygandt»Saralr65, 133 


Xanders'Michael»134 


WheatleyAnthony47, 123 




Wheeler'Leila«113 


Y 


Wheeler»Tabitha«105 


Yanick«Justirr47, 134 


Whetstone«Christa«1 05 


Yelton»Jason»47, 106 


Whetstone'Matthewl 33 


Young«Katherine«1 05 


White«Gary52, 54, 55 


Young«Lindsey63, 122 


White»Margaret«33, 40, 87 


Young«Nancy«67, 80, 90 


White«Passion-133 


Ypma«Nancy70, 91 


Whitehead»Emily113 




WhitelawGarrerf64, 133 


Z 


Whittaker Jr«Carl«47, 113 


Zahn»Brittany55. 134 


Wicker«Janet»91 


Zaron»Bretf60, 105 


Wiebler«Roberf114 


ZeissefNathan«105 


Wiegmann«Janice»91 


Ziegler«Matt«28, 47, 105 


Wiggs«Afton«37, 113 


Zink«Jacqueline»1 13 


Wilhelm«Joseph«122 


Zurliene«Andrea'50, 122 


Wilhelm«Roberf122 




Wilkins«Kevirr122 







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mentioned in te\t on spei.ir.ic pagev XL means not listed in the book. 




Mume 88, was printed by Jostens at its printing plant in Topeka, Kansas. Pressrun was 200 copies. The 



Colophon: 
The 2004-2005 ' 

n conjunction with the advisor and editors. The newspaper theme was voted on by the staff to 
1 60-page book was printed on trim size 8, which uses 8.5x1 1 inch sheets of paper. Layouts 
book Avenue" internet software. Copy was done in Courier, Times, Palatino, Open 
• Student portraits were taken by Jostens photographers. Kelly Wissehr, Director of 
w ere Josh Hollingsead and Sami Harriss. Jostens' representative was Ed Sudgen. 



emphasize the timeliness 
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