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Full text of "Murmurmontis: [Yearbook] 1989"

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Seniors 



Tradiiions 



Entertainment 



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Underdassmen 



Greeks 


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Or^amzaiions &C YiorvdrGXVis 


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S'porxs 


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Student Lift 


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Siis.m W'lliiuriiik 
Above: Alex 

Skirp.i 



Opening 




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J\. nd it's time to soy our few words 
because tomorrow the sold 
sets saiL" 

• Seferis 
In the fail of 1988, the Yearbook Staff 
chose this quote as tfie tfteme and 
likewise the goal of this year's 
Murmurmontis . Words ^provide the ba- 
sis for reCatioRsfvipS; which are a vital 
part of college life, and while the value 
of words is universal, tftat voiue seems 
es]pecial[y important at a snudler school 
l^ Wesfeyan. While for some life at 
Weskyan offers a famdy, for all it 
provides a community moldzd by the 
words of the. imfividuals. 



Valeta Vanderlinden, 

Charleen Kerns and Jennifer 

DeBolt 

Far right: Elaine Erbey 




Jodi Casto and Kenny Henry 
Far right: Kelli Keech 



Ken Myers and Wendy Miller 

Below: David Nury, Robert Dehring and Noelle 

Wertz 




Pete Ohsol 

Far left: Cherie Chambers wearing theatrical 

makeup 



Clockwise from left: Denny Crouso, Bruce 



Below: GUlie Denton and Rodney Mausshardt 




Queen Lengoasa and Dana Vaughns 
Above right: Becky Minton and Natalie Dufour 



Amanda Tenney and Mary Maaghul 
Far right: Jeff Rose and alumna Kim Hogue 







1 fiis yem the communication among 
those at Wesieyan hei^ed jacihtate. sev- 
ered changes. As enwiiment increased, 
the dorms, ciassrooms, SCOW, and 
cafeteria seemed more aiive than ever 
before, and this brought even more 
opportunities for interaction, 5tiu£ents, 
facxdiy, amf Oifministrationjoineif Jorc- 
es to make the campits safer and more 
beautifuL 




Laura PizoU in the Annex 

Above: Angela Hazlett 

Above, far left: Charlie Eberhart 




Joe Wahl 



Lee Shackleford 

Far left: Kyle Minor 



Clockwise from bottom: Jim VonCulin, Leigh Merchant, Sandy Pratt, 

Gary Fichter and Scott Fichter 
Below; James Taylor, Alan Franks and Miriam Hackam #^ 




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O ommunkation aiso made our time 
here, more worthwhik. Tot vvfule we 
ore here to team and to buiU a foun- 
dation for the. future, our knowledge is 
ordy increxised by our relations ftips and 
the words exchanged between us. 
These words of students and f acuity, 
and the words of others which they 
found notewortfiy ftave 6een carefuiiy 
recorded in tfiis ecfition of the 
Mirnnurmontis witR tfie ftope tfiat tfie 
memory of Wesieyan may be more 
easily readied in tfte future — long 
after "tAe soui sets sail." 



Above, right: Mike Brown, Scott Cotgreave, Rob 
Strayton, John Ottenritter, Shawn Snyder, Pat 
Quigley and Jeff Ford 



Shaun Davison and Michael Thompson 

Far right: Ann-Kristin Strand and Bil Lepp 

performing in Children's Theatre. 




The moon rises as the sun sets over Wesley Chapel. 



Paul Drake and Stephen Sowers 




Fred Langsam 

Far Left: Cole Garrett 



Kim Hetz, Maureen Boyle and April Pierson-Keating 

Below: Stacy Fahrner, Jennifer Ireton, Pam Jacobs and 

Gina Thomas enjoy Jamaica during J-term. 




Matt DeMotto, Blanton Saundets and Deron 

Donalson 

Far right: Susanna McConnell in the Balloon 

Toss during Greek Week. 





Christie Bond, Vicky Burgess, Bruce 
Goodman, Daria Brunk, Stacy 
Fahmer and Lisa Oertel 
Above left: Sue Hill 



Dr. Keating 

Far left: Jim Lash 



You cannot cancti a day of the. wttk, son. • Dr. Cressweff 

How can I know who I'm seeing for the (ast time? • anonymous 

I don't study, I don't diet, and I don't want to be around ipeo-pie who do. • Dawn Schiechty 

If you're going to be thinking anyway, you might as we(ithir\k big. • Donaid Trump 

To know what has to be done, then do it, comprises the whok philosophy of practical fife. 

• 5ir Wittiam Ositr 

Life goes on, and finding nothing new under the. sun, man attempts to change tht sun. 

• Efie WieseT A Beaaar in lerusaian 



What I (eft home, grew my hair, they didn't understand. They wanted me. to be respeoed 
as a doctor or a iawytr man. But I had other ptans. • AC/DC 



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Richard F. Addotta 

Engineering/Physics 

Theta Xi 

Engineering/Physics 

Club 

FM 92 





Elise Alexander 

Psychology 
Alpha Xi Delta 



Will David Arbogast 

Athletic Training 
Football Team 




Paige Lee Austin 

Psychology 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Bobcadettes Captain 

Student Orientation 

Leader 






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Arthur Lee Banks 

Business Management 

Alpha Phi Alpha 

Football Team 

Physics Club 

Black Student Coalition 






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Charlotte Beth Barati 

Government 







Sharon L. Barlow 

Public Relations 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Community Council 

Public Relations Club 

American Marketing 

Association 



Cynthia A. Bayne 

Secondary Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Alpha Psi Omega 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Loveshine 






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James Anthony 
Basham 

Government 
FM92 







Thomas G. Betras, Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 

Phi Sigma Phi 

Football Team 

Track Team 

Engineering/Physics 

Club 




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Christie Bond 




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Psychology 
Alpha Delta Pi 




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Lee Edwin Britton 

Computer Science 
Campus Aaivities Board 




Elizabeth Ann Boocks 

English 

Alpha Xi Delta 
Mortar Board 
Yearbook 89 
Sigma Tau Delta 
Omicron Delta Kappa 



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Jennifer K. Braine 

Business Management 
Alpha Gamma Delta 




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President 






Kappa Omicron Phi 
Awards & Eleaions 
Banquet Manager 








Elizabeth Janet Brisky 

Nursing 

Sigma Alpha Iota 
Concert Chorale 
Choral Union 
Student Nurses of 
Wesleyan 



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Kristine L. Broderick 

Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
WVEA/SNEA 


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Kathy R. Brown 

Psychology 


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Robert Daniel Camp 

Business 

Basketball Team Captain 




Kenneth L. Carlson 

Psychology 

Omicron Delta Kappa 
Phi Kappa Phi 
Monar Board President 
Psi Chi President 
DSR-TKA President 



13 







Tracy Lee Carlson 

Elementary Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Kappa Delta Pi Pres. 





Julie A. Claar 

Youth Services 



Lisa Jane Clawson 
Business Management 



Gale Ellen Carroll 

Goverment 






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Tami Frances Carsillo 

Fashion Merchandising 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Concert Chorale 

Senior Class Vice Pres. 

Community Council 

Campus Tour Guide 







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Cherie Dawn 


Chambers 

Psychology 


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Alpha Gamma Delta 
WVWC Theatre 


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Concert Chorale 


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Dorothy Anne Clark 

Marketing 





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Steven C. Cline 




Marketing 
Chi Phi 


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Junior Class President 


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Wendy Lynn Cliffe 




Nursing 


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Alpha Gamma Delta 






Resident Hall Council 


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Student Nurses of 






Wesleyan 




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Michele Renee 
Clutter 

Biology 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Residence Hall Council 

Awards & Elections 

Beta Beta Beta 





14 




Donald P. Cookman 

Government 
Kappa Alpha 




Denise Annette 

Crouso 

Business 

Alpha Lamba Delta 

Delta Mu Delta 

Phi Kappa Phi 



Terecia Gem Davis 

Accounting 











Dawn Lee Dawson 

Social Work 
Kappa Omicron Phi 
Social Work Club 
Human Ecology Club 





02 




James Ernest Dawson 

Physical Education 
and Athletic Training 
Kappa Alpha 


^^JBut^^SjJ^^H 









Sherry Dean 
Elementary Education 






Robert Bruce 

Dehring 

Business Management 



Kristine E. Dixon 
International Studies 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Campus Aaivities Board 



^■1^1 




Deron Mark 


^^^^^^H ^» '^^^^1 


Donalson 

Marketing 

Theta Chi President 


^H^^^H 


Community Council 
Treas. 


All 


Sophomore Class Pres 
American Marketing 
Association 






15 



Michael David Dorn 

Religion and Psychology 

Sigma Theta Epsilon 

Jazz Ensemble 

Concert Band 

Alpha Lamba Delta 




Beth Rae Dorsey 

Business Management 
Basketball Team 






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Marcia Rose Drake 






Business 


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Rachelle Lea 
Dunmire 

Physical Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 








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Laura Marie Dziubek 


Rehabilitation 
Alpha Xi Delta 


^^r^ "^^K^l 




Campus Tour Guide 











John William Epler 

Mathematics and 

Secondary Education 

Mason Crickard Scholar 




Elaine Erbey 
Business 




John Fabricatore, Jr. 

Physical Education 

Kappa Alpha 

Baseball Team 






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— 


Martha Rose Farrell 


Rehabilitation and 
Psychology 


^M^ ^^^1 




Campus Activities Board 


^^E ~ ^^^^H 




Community Council 






International Students 
Organization 











Alice Renee Faucett 

Business Management 

and Economics 

Mortar Board 

Black Student Coalition 

Christian Life Council 

Community Council 




16 



Thomas V. Feeney, III 

Marketing 
Golf Team 
American Marketing 
Association 



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David Robert Fineza 

Management 

Theta Xi 

Campus Tour Guide 






Marty S. 
Fensterinaker 

Dietetics and Psychology 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Kappa Omicron Phi 
Psi Chi 
Human Ecology Club 



George Flooks 

Business 



^^HB «» ^^^^H 




Jane Lynn Flower 

Youth Services 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Sociology Club 









Alan Philip Franks 


^^^L. ».^^^^l 


Computet Science 




Mortat Boatd 




Pi Gamma Mu 




Alpha Lamba Delta 




Concett Chotale 










Susan Lisa Galassi 

Fashion Merchandising 
Alpha Delta Pi 









Christine R. 




Galzerano 

Economics and 


^^^^A, "^^ '*' .^^^^^^^H 


Management 
Delta Mu Delta 


^^^^HV -^ I^^^^^^^H 


Phi Kappa Phi 
Basketball Team 




Economics Club 







17 



Alicia Jane Graham 

Secondary Education 

Alpha Lamba Delta 

Kappa Phi 

Concert Band 

Clarinet Ensemble 

Phi Kappa Phi 




Scott V. Graham 

Business Education 

Resident Assistant 

Assistant Coordinator 




Thomas Vincent 

Grove 

Biology and Chemistry 

Beta Beta Beta 

Benzene Ring 



Kerry Lynn Gum 

Music and Government 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Concert Chorale 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Alpha Lamba Delta 

Phi Kappa Phi 



Timothy G. Harman 

Business and Marketing 

ThetaXi 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Mortar Board 

Student Life Council 

Campus Tour Guide 



Denise Lynn Helsel 

Fashion Merchandising 
Alpha Gamma Delta 



Torgeir Gustafson 

Business 



Rebecca Sue Hart 

Accounting 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Student Orientation 

Leader 









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Kenneth O. Henry 


Economics and 


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Management 


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Information Systems 






International Students 


^^S 


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Organization 


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Jennifer Lynn Heyl 

Public Relations and 
Communications 
Public Relations Club 
College Republicans 





Robin Ann Hinkie 

Fashion Merchandising 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Human Ecology Club 




Christina L. 
Hombeck 

Nursing 




Edie Marie Irvine 

Biology and Chemistry 
Beta Beta Beta 
Mortar Board 
Phi Kappa Phi 






Susan Diane Hill 

Youth Services and 

Psychology 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Special Aaivities Comm 



HV^H 




Howard R. Hoover, 


^^■jfOS'. ^^1 


Jr. 


^^L^^^l 


Engineering and 
Physics 


^^^^^L.' y^^^l 


Phi Sigma Phi 


^^^^^^^■^^H^^ ^^^^^^1 


Alpha Psi Omega 


^^^^1 ~2^ ^^^^1 


Murmurmontis 


IKfl 


WVWC Theatre 





^^n'^'^^^H 




Hitoshi Hoshino 
Business 





Charles-Pierre 

Jaquelin 

Economics 

Soccer Team 

International Students 

Organization 




Christine E. Jasko 

Nursing 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Student Nurses of 
Wesleyan 




19 



Stephen M. Jones, Jr. 

Government and History 

Phi Sigma Phi 

Soccer Team 



Dawn Elizabeth 

Kahley 

Business 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Tennis Team 

Softball Team 

Kappa Omicron Phi 




John J. Klein 

Rehabiliation and 

Psychology 

Football Team 

Awards & Elections 



Wesley H. Judy 

Business 

Baseball Team 



Ann M. Karlik 

Corporate 

Communications 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Mortar Board 

Phi Kappa Phi 








Kimberly Ann 
Katshir 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Community Council 

Resident Hall Council 

SNEA 

Kappa Delta Pi 




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Yoon-Tae Kim 

General Business 

International Students 

Organization 








Tracianne Kay 

Business 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Public Relations Club 












Mark P. Klimek 

Government 

American Marketing 

Association President 

College Republicans 

Campus Tour Guide 

Theta Xi 









20 




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Thomas E. Konetzny 

Business 
Football Team 
Kappa Alpha 



^^^^B^^^^^l 




Mark D. Kxaus 


^^^pC'^''^- ^^^1 


Engineering/Physics 


^^^■^ ^^^H 


Kappa Alpha President 




Senior Class President 




Community Council 


mM 


Inter Fraternity Council 







Christopher D. Lantz 

Psychology 
Phi Sigma Phi 
Tennis Team 
Academic Peer 
Counselor 



^H^^^^H 




Becky Jayne Lazzari 

Physical Education 
Basketball Team 
Softball Team 







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Patrica F. Leeson 




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Business Management 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Mortar Board 
Delta Mu Delta 
Phi Kappa Phi 











Suzanne Marie Kopp 

Psychology 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Outing Club 



Anna Marie Laderach 

Secondary Education 
Sigma Tau Delta 
LoveShine 
Young Democrats 
WVEA/SNEA 



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Richard A. Laurita 

Marketing and 
Government 
Baseball Team 






21 



Steven Braciley Light 

Management 

Information 

Systems and Psychology 




Richard Hayden 
Mamula 

Elearical Engineering 



Sharon Dionne 
Londeree 

Biology 

Community Council 

Alpha Lamba Delta Pres. 

Beta Beta Beta 

Benzene Ring 

Mortar Board 








Allison Kelly Lowe 


Nursing 


^^^^P^^^^^^l 


Alpha Lamba Delta 


^^^^^Hv^ '^* ^^^^^H 


Mortar Board 


^^^K ^^^H 


Phi Kappa Phi 


^^^^^B ^^^^^1 


Student Nurses of 




Wesleyan 







Patrick J. Lynott 

Economics 
Phi Sigma Phi 








Beth Lynne McAuley 

Fashion Merchandising 

and Management 

Resident Assistant 

Community Council 

American Marketing 

Association 





Loretta Martin 
McGrew 

Elementary Education 








James E, McKeever, 

Jr. 

Economics 





Scott Andrew McVey 

Management 
Concert Chorale 





Debbie Dee Marks 

Youth Services and 

Psychology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Residence Hall Council 

International Students 

Organization 





22 














Mary Beth Mason 




^Hi*^ ^ B^H 


Nursing 

Christian Life Council 






President 













^■^H 




Pablo Gabriel 


^^^^?i^^H 


Mendieta 


Kc'fl 


Elearical Engineering 
Engineering Club 
Community Council 
Soccer Team 


^^^^r ^. ^^^^1 


International Students 


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Organization 






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Keith S. Miller 


^^^Bn ^^^^H 


Eleatical Engineering 




ThetaXi 




Engineering/Physics 




Club 




Student Orientation 




Leader 





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Mary Rowe Miller 


^^IB^^^^I 


Christian Education and 


Youth Services 


^K^^^l 


Alpha Lamba Delta 
Sigma Alpha lota 


^^^^^^^^^^^^1 


Pi Gamma Mu 


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Mortar Board 





John A. Mele 

Business and 

Government 

Chi Phi 

Inter Fraternity Council 



Jeffrey Scott Miller 

Nursing 

Student Nurses of 
Wesleyan 
Kappa Alpha 




^H 


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Wendy S. Miller 


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Rehabilitation and 

Psychology 

Alpha Lamba Delta 

Psi Chi 

Campus Activities Board 


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Concert Chorale 


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23 



Kris Ann Minor 

Management 

Information 

Systems and Busmess 




Nathan W. Moore, IV 

Government and History 

Chi Phi President 

College Republicans 

InterFraternity Council 



Robert J. Motzel, Jr. 

Business Management 

Theta Chi 

Soccer Team 

College Republicans 

American Marketing 

Association 







Rebecca Vail Minton 

Physical Education 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Tennis Team 




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Christina Dawn 

Moats 

Engineering and Physics 

VoUeybaU Team 

Engineering/Physics 

Club 









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Robert M. 


Montgomery 


^^H.^ «^^^H 


Government 




Kappa Alpha 


H^k - -^ ^^H 


Community Council 


^^^^■^ y^^^H 


Prc-Law Society 


^^^^^H ^p i^^^^^^H 







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Diane Louise Moore 




Elementary Education 


^^^^r \,.^^H 




Kappa Delta Pi 


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Sigma Alpha Iota 


^^^M ' a^^^l 




Concert Chorale 


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Choral Union 


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SNEA 


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Kenneth Gregory 
Moore 

Government and History 

Kappa Alpha 

Phi Kappa Phi 




Mary Elizabeth 
Morgan 

Nursing 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Student Nurses of 

Wesleyan 



Matthew James 

Mueller 

Engineering and Physics 

Theta Xi 

Mortar Board 

Engineering/Physics 

Club 

Phi Kappa Phi 



24 





Kenneth C. Nanners 

Biology 

Chi Phi 

Beta Beta Beta 




John Joseph Nevins 

Economics 

Chi Phi 



— 


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Emily Anne Parker 




^^^L.. .3^^^^H 


Biology and Chemistry 




^^^■^ -Vn ^^^^^H 


Alpha Xi Delta 




^^^^^ ^ ^ .J^^^^l 


Volleyball Team 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Community Council 






President 


— 




Resident Assistant 






Jennifer Lynn Pearce 

Government 
Alpha Xi Delta 
President 

Community Council 
College Republicans 
Bobcadettes 
Mortar Board 




John Nee 
Accounting 
Theta Xi 

InterFraternity Council 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Delta Mu Delta 
Tennis Team 



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Tammy Lorraine 
Osburn 

Nursing 
Basketball Team 


^^^Av J^^^^M 


Mortar Board 


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Omicron Delta Kappa 
Phi Kappa Phi 
Sigma Theta Tau 





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James N. Parsons, Jr. 
Business 






^^Bf^^^^^^^^l 







Jed Pecchioli 

Business 
Football Team 




25 









Brette E. Petway 

Adult Fitness 
Alpha Xi Delta 





Melissa Ann Pillo 

Psychology 

Sigma Alpha Iota 

Jazz Ensemble 

Concert Band 

Alpha Lamba Delta 

Phi Kappa Phi 



Jenean Joy Pinnell 

Fashion Merchandising 








Craig D. Presar 

Speech Communication 

Concert Chorale 

President 

Collegiate 4-H 

WVWC Theatre 

Video Production Club 

Alpha Psi Omega 





Steven M. Prunty 

Political Science and 

History 

Phi Sigma Phi 

Mortar Board 

FM92 

Community Council 







Gaylene Pyles 

Business 





Melissa Brynn Radin 

Psychology 

Alpha Xi Delta 





^^^Hn ««> ^^^^^1 


Michelle Faye Ramey 

Accounting 

Omicron Delta Epsilon 

Economics Club 





David William 
Rausch 

Art 
Chi Phi 




Laura J. Pizoli 


Secondary Education 


Alpha Xi Delta 


Mortar Board 


Campus Activities Board 


Campus Tour Guide 





26 










Molly Grace Reichard 

Human Ecology 
Volleyball Team 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Campus Tour Guide 




Ronnie Edward 
Roberts 

Accounting and 
Psychology 
Kappa Alpha 
Football Team 
Residence Hall Council 
Economics Club 



Elizabeth A. Roden 

Engineering and Physics 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Alpha Lamba Delta 

Engineering/Physics 

Club 

Bobcadettes 



James Ross 

Business Management 
Baseball Team 



James M. Roach 

Business and Marketing 
Kappa Alpha 
Residence Hall Council 
American Marketing 
Association 





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Jane W. Robinson 






Secondary Education 




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Alpha Xi Delta 




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Sigma Tau Delta 
Campus Activities Board 
SNEA 




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Lisa Marie Romolo 




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Nursing 




^H^^^^IH 


Alpha Xi Delta 




K^fl 


Campus Activities Board 




Student Nurses of 




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Margaret L. Rowe 

Music Education 





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Dennis Lee Scates 

Physical Education 

Theta Xi 




Tracy Lynn Schofield 

Fashion Merchandising 
Alpha Delta Pi 



Shawn Renee Smith 
Business 



Dawn Lynne 
Schlechty 

Social Work 

Social Work Club 

President 

Intervarsity 

Choral Union 






V^H 


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John Webb Schmidt 


Marketing 


^^V'^ '"^^l^^l 




Theta Xi 


^^B ^^^^H 




College Republicans 


^^Hi ^-'^ j^^^^l 




American Marketing 


^^Bx. ^^^^^^H 




Association 


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Carla Rae Schmitt 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Kappa Delta Pi 






Kenneth Wayne Sells 

Biology and Chemistry 

Theta Xi 

LoveShine 

Awards & Elections 







Lydia Mae Shaffer 

Chemistry 







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Thomas E. Spanier 

Marketing 
Kappa Alpha 
American Marketing 
Association 



Evelena L. Sponaugle 

Nursing 





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Sharon L. Startzell 






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Music Education 




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Jeffrey N. Stover 
Psychology 



Gretchen Marie 
Swinler 

Biology 
Alpha Xi Delta 




Brenda Jean Spohler 

Marketing 
Alpha Delta Pi 



Timothy R. Stark 
Business Management 







Brian Edward Storts 

Psychology 









Michael Allen Suter 

Athletic Training 
Kappa Alpha 









Kiyoshi Takanaka 

Marketing 





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Daniel F. Taylor 

Speech Communication 

Track Team 

Video Production Club 




Kerry Sue Tremont 

Marketing and 

Psychology 

Economics Club 

Softball Team 

American Marketing 

Association 



James Jay VanReenen 

Business 

Sigma Theta Epsilon 

Christian Life Council 

LoveShine 



Maryann T. Vrieswijk 

Business 

International Students 

Organization 

American Marketing 

Association 





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Dennis Dwayne 






Teaford 

Physical Education 






Resident Hall Council 


^■^^ ^^^1 




Basketball Team 


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Football Team 












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Andrew Stewart 
Tucker 

Business Management 













Wendy Sue Weimer 




Public Relations 






Alpha Gamma Delta 






Public Relations Club 
Student Orientation 


^H ^^H 




Leader 






Residence HalJ Council 








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Bridget R. Westfall 

Rehabilitation 

Choral Union 

Campus Tour Guide 





^^P <^ ''^^^^1 


Diantha K. Velasquez 

Elementary and Special 

Education 

Alpha Gamma Delta 







^■^H 


Joanne Carol Webb 


Youth Services and 
Psychology 




Kappa Phi 


^^^A >: '- ^^^H 


Concert Band 


^^^^B.'^ ^_^^^^l 


LoveShine 


^^^^^^^fll^^^l 


Alpha Lamba Delta 


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Keith Lamar Wilkins 

Communications 

Football Team 

Black Student Coalition 




Philip Reed Wills 

Psychology 
Theta Chi 





Angela L. 
Winebrenner 

Secondary Education 
Campus Aaivities Board 
Kappa Phi 
Kappa Delta Pi 
SNEA 




Roy R. Wolfe 

Chemistry 
Theta Xi President 
Alpha Lamba Delta 
Mortar Board 
Phi Kappa Phi 




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Deborah N. Williams 

Marketing 

Alpha Xi Delta 



David Scott Wilson 
Public Relations 
Residence Hall Council 
Public Relations Club 







Cynthia Ann Wise 

Dietetics 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Kappa Omicron Phi 

Beta Beta Beta 

Human Ecology Club 

Freshman Council 









Richard L. Work, Jr. 

Religion 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

President 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Christian Life Council 






Prin Malakul 
MBA Graduate 



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Inrngination is more important tfmn knowiedqc. Knowfeige is limited. Imagination i 
bounded only by the universe. • AC6ert Einstein 

Wed; planning a pararfe isn't quite 05 easy as it soum£s. • Sue Hid 

Now and then it's good to pause in our pursuit of fuippines.s aruf jttst be Fujpp_y. - 
• arwnymous 

Tfti5 is our Cife. • H.W. 

One of the. great joys in fife is tfxe opportunity we have to introcTuce ow friends to or 
anotfier so that they, too, might become friends. • Bishop Boyd Grove 

Count that day (ost, whose Ix)w-cfe5cerufing sim 

Views from thy hand 

No wortfiy oetion cione. • aitonymoui 



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Tradiiions 



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The summer of '88 seemed to pass by so quickly to me, a 
recent high school graduate. I think it was because I was 
looking forward to attending college, the place that meant 
freedom from the hassles of home, but at the same time meant 
anxiety over how well I would fit in with the aowd. To tell you 
the truth, I wasn't really looking forward to orientation, but 
when I received the information about it, and saw all of the 
things that were planned for the students, 1 felt a little more 
comfortable. 

The primary purpose of freshman orientation is to fa- 
miliarize college freshmen and transfer students with the 
various college buildings and policies. Orientation also gives 
new students a chance to meet their peers, who share the same 
anxieties and dreams. The parents get to experience orientation 
along with the students. In my opinion, this is one of the many 
good things about orientation. Parents get just as nervous 
about college as their children; they often wonder if the right 
choice has been made. This year at Wesleyan some orientation 
programs were also provided for the parents, to give them some 
answers to their question. 

When I arrived on campus (in a car packed to the roof with 
boxes) I was greeted by several Student Orientation Leaders 
who were willing to help me carry my things to my room. I also 
met the resident assistant for my floor who showed me to my 
room and gave me my key. I got settled in, met my roommate, 
and signed the room contract. The bookstore was open that 
afternoon, and many students went and bought that very 
popular Wesleyan shirt to prove they were now official stu- 
dents. That afternoon in the gym I picked up my freshman 
folder, which was complete with student handbook, pen, 
coupons, key ring, bumper sticker and leaflet. That night 
Convocation was held in the chapel, where we first heard the 
Wesleyan alma mater, and got presented as a class to the 
president of the college. 

The next day a lot of activities were in store for us. Chapel 
service was held in rhe morning, followed by our first CORE 
group meeting. I thought my CORE group experience was the 
best part of orientation. Each CORE group was headed by a 
faculty advisor and two student leaders. The parents were also 
divided into groups, to ask questions about the college. In my 
group I met some of my best friends on campus, and got to 
know a professor very well. 



A picnic was held for the new students and parents on 
Jenkins lawn after the CORE groups met. After the picnic 
ended, my parents left. I have to admit, I was kind of sad, but 
by this time I had met so many friends that I knew I would be 
taken good care of I think my parents knew it also. 

That evening each CORE group had dessert at the home of 
its CORE advisor. This not only gave us a chance to get off of 
campus, but a chance to get to know our new friends better, 
because we were "away from the crowd," so to speak. 

An electric video dance was held that night in the social hall. 
A lot of people attended, and it became a true "social 
function" with a huge video screen and the latest music to 
dance to. 

The next morning, all of the students got up early to take a 
writing evaluation, and that night yet another program was 
planned for us. The faculty ran a casino night. There were 
many tables, each hosting a different casino game such as 
poker, blackjack, and roulette. Each student got a certain 
amount of play money when he walked in the door, and the 
person with the most money at the end of the night received a 
prize. 

The schedule for Tuesday allowed us to sleep in late. The 
afternoon aaivities included an orientation of that class that we 
all had to go through, the College Survival Course. The aim of 
the College Survival Course was to help us adjust better to 
college life by teaching us about good study habits and health, 
among other things. 

Later that afternoon, the CORE Olympics was held. The 
games were really fun, because the CORE groups competed ^ 
against each other in events that included an egg toss, a babyi 
bottle contest, a cracker chew-and-whistle contest, and an 
orange pass under-the-neck contest. The two winning teams 
struggled against one another in the old favorite, tug-of-war 
The day ended with the movie showing of Good Morning 
Vietnam. 

The Orientation Coordinator, Alice Leigh, thought thisi 
year's orientation was a success, and a very positive experience! 
for everyone. She went on to say that the evaluations the 
freshmen filled out for orientation were very positive, and she 
thought the addition of the CORE Olympics contributed to 
the tun. 

• Sharon Banks 



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Resident Assistants Amy Jones, Linda Eshbaugh, Peggy 
Huston and Rob Koster, RA's helped new students move in 
and took pan in Orientation. 

Top photo, R-L: Residence Life Coordinator Mike Shaw, 
and freshmen Steven Chipps and Matt Bohman prepare for 
the baby bottle contest. 



Freshmen and Student Orientation Leaders watch the CORE Olympics. 



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The potpourri of October leaves which covered the grass areas 
of Wesleyan's campus and decorated the many towering trees 
around Buckhannon was a perfea background for the 1988 
Homecoming Weekend. This year's Homecoming activities were 
inclusive to all those associated with Wesleyan — students, 
alumni, faculty, administration, families, and the Buckhannon 
community. All the traditional events saw a mixture of people 
joining together to celebrate each others association as a member 
of the Wesleyan community. 

This successful weekend was planned by the Special Activities 
committee of Community Council. It began on a Friday morning 
with Convocation speaker Carl Rowan, who spoke on the real 
value of an education. The same evening, Jennifer Pearce was 
crowned as our 1988 Homecoming Queen in front of all those 
who gathered for the Coronation. Later that evening, a Queen's 
Ball was held in her honor, where she and a gymnasium full of her 
guests danced to music played by George Gee and His Make 
Believe Orchestra. 

Early Saturday morning, a long list of entrants participated in a 
parade. Fraternities, sororities, and campus organizations all ae- 
ated floats and banners based on the theme "The Wonderful 
World of Disney." Previous to the afternoon football and soccer 
games, against Westminster and Howard U. respectively, a 
campus barbecue was held for everyone. At half-time of the 
football game, the Queen and her court were presented, and the 
winners of the float and banner competition were awarded their 
prizes. 

The Alumni banquet highlighted the weekend for those re- 
turning to Wesleyan at the invitation of Alumni Affairs. Over 
600 alumni, a record return, joined together to visit over dinner 
and listen to the words of fellow alumni Mr. James C. Ayers. 
Reunion classes were recognized, as were select alumni who were 
awarded honors for achievement and dedication to Wesleyan. 

After all scheduled events on Saturday, there was time for 
reminiscing between alumni, parties at the fraternity houses and 
the bar, making new acquaintances, looking to the future, and 
looking forward to the next time we would meet with one 
another. 

• Donald Moore 




Paula Peters and Kirk Parsons 




Emily Parker and Rob Montgomery 



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Front row: Kasie Thomas 
and Ryan Silbaugh 
Back row: Beth Morgan, 
Emily Parker, Jennifer 
Pearce, Paula Peters and 
Azareen Zavareei 




Azareen Zavareei, Darren Darwcnt, Kirk Parsons, Paula Peters, Rub Munigumer) , Lmil) I'arker, Jeff Rose, Jennifer Pearce, Mike Staples, Tracy 
Manzini, Tom Betras, Meg Phillips, Mike Ostrolenk and Ashley Pellagrino 



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Beth Morgan, Junior Attendant Tracy Manzini and Mike Staples 



Mike Ostrolenk and Freshman Attendant Ashley Pellagrino 



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Stephanie Ross and Jeff Sullivan at the Queen's Ball. 



Mary Frum 




Tammy Rotenberry and Milton Foxx 



Ann-Kristin Strand 



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The 1989 Spring Sing Competition, held on Saturday, April 
22nd, was the culmination of a long and exhausting week — 
Greek Week. Different Greek Week events were held on each 
day, and at night most Greeks were busy practicing for the Sing. 

At the Stan of the evening the members of the Senior Honor 
Court and Spring Sing Court were introduced. Then the 1989 
Spring Sing Queen Suzy Kopp received her crown and robe from 
the 1988 Queen, Lauren Hoener. Queen Kopp was then ser- 
enaded by each fraternity and sorority as they competed in the 
final Greek Week event. This year's theme was "You Ought to 
be in Pictures," and many groups performed songs from Broad- 
way musicals. 

At the close of the evening the winners of Spring Sing were 
announced: 1st place. Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Sigma Phi, 
2nd place, Alpha Xi Delta and Chi Phi, 3rd place, Zeta Tau 
Alpha and Sigma Theta Epsilon. 







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1989 Spring Sing Queen Suzy Kopp 

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The 1989 Spring Sing Court and 1988 Spring Sing Queen Lauren Hoener. 



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Dawn Kahley, Queen Lengoasa, Martha Farrell.Cindy Bayne, Kim Katshir, Carla Schmitt, Lori Jill Walkup, Paula Peters, Jennifer Souers, Suzy 
Kopp, Emily Parker, Vicky Burgess, Callie Denton, Jenny DeBolt, Kerry Gum, Debbie Williams, Kathy Brown, Meg Rowe, Lisette Williams 




Phi Sigma Phi 



Alpha Gamma Delta 



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Suzy Kopp 



Sigma Theta Epsilon 




Alpha Xi Delta 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



Chi Phi 




Kappa Alpha 



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Laura Williams receiving the 1989 William Waggy and Jennie Thomas Dean Bailey, center, presents the Sheridan Watson Bell Religious Life 
Waggy Scholarship from David Waggy. Influence Award to Ken Carlson and Alice Faucett. 




1988 Outstanding Seniors: Ken Carlson, Alan Franks, Kerry Gum, Dean Richardson, Sharon 
Londeree, Tammy Osburn and Sharon Startzeli. Dean Richardson presented the award. 



Dr. Coston presents Steve Prunty with the 1) 
Outstandmg Senior History Major Award. 



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1989 Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, front row: Azareen Zavareei, Meg Rowe, Tammy Osburn, Jennifer Pearce, Kim 
Katshir, Ann Karlik, Edie Irvine, Danette Ifert, Kerry Gum Second row: Richard Work, Debbie Williams, Liz Roden, Jamie Oates, Nathan 
McBrayer, Alice Faucett, Maureen Boyle, Melissa Dorn, Sharon Barlow, Cheryl Dixon, Marty Fenstermaker, Sharon Londeree Third row: Buddy 
Wolfe, Dave Tackett, Matt Mueller, Allison Lowe, Christina Hornbeck, Rachelle Dunmire, Michael Dorn, Pablo Mendieta, Mike Brown, Jane 
Granata, Ken Carlson, Rob Koster, Rob Gifford. Sharon Scartzell, Kyle Minor 




Alan Franks receiving the 1989 Maria Leonard Mike Brown receiving the 1989 Okey J. Stout Anna Laderach receiving the 1989 English De- 
Book Award from Alpha Lamba Delta Pres- Trustees Scholarship from President Courtice. partment Award from Dr. Defoe, 
ident. Heather Bomberger. 



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Dr. Milburn presents the William B. Hatfield Fine Arts Award to Craig Junior Spirit Awards Chris Todd, President Courtice and Tracy Manzin 
Presar. 




Darlene Marteney receives the Phares and Edythe Pauley Reeder Teacher Ed. Freshman Spirit Award; John Shaner, President Courtice and Tamr' 
Scholarship from Phares Reeder. Rotenberry. 



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IPC President Matt Carver presents the FalJ 1988 Highest G.P.A. 
Pledge Class award to Phi Sigma Phi member Jeff Haren. 



Dr. Bright presents the 1988 Rehabilitation Award to Wendy Miller. 



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Sherry Dean receiving the Elementary Education Teacher Award from Dr. 
McArdle. 



Tammy Osburn receiving the Outstanding Mortar Board Member Awai 
from Mortar Board President Ken Carlson. 




Dr. McArdle presents the Secondary Education Teachmg Award to Alicia Sigma Theta Epsilon member Scott Young receiving the Best Overj 
Graham. G.P.A. Award from I.F.C. President Matt Carver. 



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Professor Margaret WaUs presents the Kappa Omicron Phi Outstanding Danette Ifert receiving the Pamela Thorn Humanities Award from Dr. 
Senior Award to Marty Fenstermaker. Welliver. 




Dr. Defoe presenting the Ella Geraldine Smith 
Muscari Memorial Fund Award to Kirk Miller. 



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Lori Jill Walkup receiving the Outstanding 
Critical Paper Award from Dr. Defoe. 



Dr. McArdle presenting the Nora Hickman 
Miller Scholarship to Carol Smith. 



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Elizabeth Brisky 



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For many seniors, graduation was the final step of college, 
but most nursing majors considered the Pinning Ceremony to 
be of equal significance. At this year's Pinning Professor Donna 
Moore presented each senior with a nurse's pin, signifying the 
completion of the nursing program. Nursing majors Elizabeth 
Brisky, Amy Jones and Mary Beth Mason sang during the 
ceremony, and the new nurses repeated the International 
Florence Nightingale Pledge: 

In full knowledge of the obligations I am undertaking, I 
promise to care for the sick with all the skill and understanding 1 
possess without regard to race, creed, color, politics, or social 
status, sparing no effort to conserve life, to alleviate suffering, 
and to promote health. 

I will respect at all times the dignity and religious beliefs of 
the patients under my care, holding in confidence all personal 
information entrusted to me, and refraining from any action 
which might endanger life or health. 

I will endeavor to keep my professional knowledge and skill at 
the highest level and to give loyal support and cooperation to all 
members of the health team. 

I will do my utmost to honor the international code of nursing 
ethics and to uphold the integrity of the professional nurse. 




Tracy Manzini receiving a rose from Allison Lowe. 




Amy Jones 



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Jim Freeborough presents his morhtr with a rose. 




Mary Beth Mason 



Tammy Osburn 



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Bishop George Bashore 




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Graduation Weekend for the class of 1989 began on Friday 
evening at the Baccalaureate Service. The service was held in 
Wesley Chapel, and Bishop George Bashore, resident bishop of 
the Western PA Conference of the United Methodist Church, 
was the speaker. His address included the significance of true 
friendship, our personal duty to love each other, and the 
importance of our relationship with God. Seniors Alice Faucett, 
Alan Franks, and Emily Parker also participated in the service. 




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Evan Tracey, Joann Webb, Ucanna imith. Scotc Wilsun, Mike Reger, 
Gaylene Pyles 



Craig Presar 



Graduation activities continued on Saturday with the Par- 
ent-Senior Banquet held in Jenkins Dining Hall. The banquet 
was somewhat personal, for the speakers were known by most 
of the seniors. Dr. Saunders shared his experiences in the Peace 
Corps, Senior Class President Mark Kraus reflected on life as a 
freshman, and Torgeir Gustafson, a native of Norway, spoke 
of his experiences as an international student. 

Finally, after days of packing, parrying, and preparation 
came the final step — Commencement. Commencement was 
held in Rockefeller Center at 10 a.m., and the room was filled 
with faculty, students, friends and family. Sharon Percy Rock- 
efeller, former first lady of Wesleyan, was the Commencement 
speaker. In her speech she emphasized the effect that re- 
lationships, success, and failure can have on our individual 
worth. 

President Courtice then awarded each graduate his degree, 
and awarded an honorary doctorate of law degree to J . Roben 
Fletcher and Sharon Percy Rockefeller. 



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Ronnie Roberts and Thomas Spanier 



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Gretchen Swinler 



Hitoshi Hoshino 



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President Counice and Sharon Percy Rockefeller 




Queen Lengoasa 



MBA graduates Mike Rogers, Lanny Rauer and Russell McClain 



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President Courtice and Scott Wilson 



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We can danu if we. want to, we've, got aii your fife and' mine.. • Men W'itliout Hats 

« 

Tfiere'5 a hok in the. worid iike a great biaci pit 
And the vermin of tht world inhabit it 
And its morals aren't wortFi vvfiat a pig couid spit 
And it goes by the. name of London. • Sweeney Todd 

I liked the musicai but tfiere was too much singing. • Sfike 

Method actors — yucL Pooey pooey. Bhxko. • CfiorCes Prewar 

A buntd tafent 15 never a Buri^i treasure. Taknts Beoimc treasures only tfirougfi iisc. 

• H. Rupert 

Music is om of life's best examples of teamvi'orfL • anonymous 

The years fly by, it's the minutes tfuit crawL 

• A Life 



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Entertainment 



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An Incredibie Tear 
for WVWC Tfieatre 



^X' ith four full-length productions, a 
gigantic musical, and Children's The- 
atre, the year of 1988-89 was a mon- 
umental one for Theatre on the cam- 
pus of West Virginia Wesleyan. It is 
not often that so many theatrical 
events, all produced within the col- 
lege, take place within the space of 
one academic year. The Wesleyan 
community apparently recognized that 
fact, as there was quite an inaease in 
box office numbers. What there was 
in the end was a season full of en- 
tertained and amazed audiences, and 
actors and technicians who could feel 
proud that they were able to expe- 
rience the thrill of the theatre. 



Mass Appeof 

WVWC Theatre began its season 
with this year's Homecoming pres- 
entation, an "Evening of Drama." 
This production was a two-man show 
called Mass Appeal . Professor of Dra- 
matic Arts Charles I. Presar, portrayed 
an older, experienced. Catholic priest. 
Father Tim Farley, who takes it upon 
himself to train and prepare a young 
initiate to the priesthood, Mark Dol- 
son, played by junior David Tackett, 
for entrance into what Father Farley 
saw as quite a demanding and some- 
what theatrical profession. With hu- 
morous quips and the delightful in- 
teraction between Presar and Tackett, 
Mass Appeal was an entertaining and 
comedic look at a serious subjea. 




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A Ffea in Her Ear 



The Fall Production for 1988 was 
George Feydeau's classic French bed- 
room farce, A Flea in Her Ear . This 
show featured senior Azareen Zavareei 
as Raymonde-Chandesbise, a jealous 
wife with no one to be jealous of! Her 
husband Victor-Emmanuel, played by 
senior Craig Presar (who had a double 
role as Poche, the drunken bellhop), 
was so dutiful, in fact, that her 
schemes to discover his "hidden adul- 
tery" led to a seedy hotel on the 
underside of Paris, where identities get 
mistaken, beds revolve and everyone 
gets caught at the scene of the aime! 
Other members of the cast included 
junior David Tackett as Dr. Finache, 
senior Tony Basham as Camille, soph- 
omore Bob Kleinedler as Romain, 
sophomore Laura Brewer as Lucienne, 
and her husband Carlos played by 
freshman Roy Hess. "Flea" also saw 
Professor Charles I. Presar return to 
the stage in the hilarious role of the 
dirty old man Herr Schwartz, and 
junior Brad Amidon, sophomore Di- 
ane Runner, freshman Ashley Pel- 
lagrino and junior John Russell, as the 
outrageous hotel staff All in all, it was 
an evening of rip-roaring, slapstick 
French farce at its finest. 

• Kyle Minor 



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Swtemy Todd: 
The Demon Barber 
of Fleet Street 



Swteney was smooth, 

Sweeney was suinic, 

Sweemy would wink and rats woidd sattde. 



roUowing January Term, it was time 
to show the campus what WVWC 
Theatre could do when they set their 
collective minds to it. Finally, it was 
opening night and it was time to 
unleash the terrifying musical Sweeney 
Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet 
Street . 

The show began appropriately with 
the ominous chords of an organ swell 
and two men digging a deep grave. 
When the chorus finally entered, what 
the audience witnessed was the 
month-long efforts of at least sixty to 
seventy people, including directors, 
technicians and one of the biggest 
casts the Wesleyan stage had ever 
seen. 

This show featured visiting guest 
artist Catherine Thieme of Morgan- 
town, WV, as the delightful and jo- 
vial Mrs. Lovett. Senior Craig Presar 
appeared in the title role of the grim 
and driven Sweeney Todd, and new- 
comer Eric Waggoner, a freshman, 
skillfully portrayed the innocent 
young Tobias. 




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The role of Johanna was expertly 
played by not one, but two beau- 
tiful sopranos, seniors Kerry Gum 
and Meg Rowe, giving the audi- 
ence all the more reason to return 
for a second showing. 

Other principles of the cast in- 
cluded senior Scott McVey as Judge 
Turpin, juniors Ed Moore and 
Ashely Cowder as the Beadle and 
Perelli, and junior Kim Hall in a 
truly striking and haunting per- 
formance as the Beggarwoman. 

The blend of music, spectacle, 
and foreboding but entertaining 
performances by principles and 
chorus alike made for two weeks 
worth of quality performances, the 
likes of which Wesleyan expeas 
from WVWC Theatre. 

• Kyle Minor 

Amnd the tak of Sweeney Todd. 

His skin was jcde and his eye was odd 

He shaved the faces of gentiemen 

Who never thereafter were heard of again. 

He trod a patA that few have trod . . . 

He feept a sfiop in London Town, 

Of fancy chents and good renown. 

And what if none of their 

souis were saved? they went 

to their maker impeccably shaved 

By Sweeney, by Sweertey Todd 

The Demon Barter of Yket Street 



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A Life 



Spring 1989, saw the return of a 
Wesleyan alum, this time as director 
of the Spring produaion, A Life , by 
Hugh Leonard. 1981 graduate Bruce 
Gladstone, who served as Artist-In- 
Residence for WVWC Theatre, di- 
rected this two-act drama which told 
the story of an Irish man and his 
efforts to wrap up his affairs with his 
wife, his rival, and the woman he 
loves, prior to his death. Flashbacks 
during the course of the play showed 
the four main characters as they were 
20 years previous, portrayed by other 
actors. 

This show featured junior David 
Tackett as Drumm, the central char- 
acter, senior Azareen Zavareei as 
Drumm's long-time love, Mary, jun- 
ior Ed Moore as her husband and 
Drumm's rival, Kearns, and senior 
Cherie Chambers in her finest per- 
formance on Wesleyan 's stage as 
Drumm's devoted wife, Dolly. Their 
younger counterparts were, respective- 
ly, sophomore Bob Kleinedler as Des, 
freshman Carolynne Lacy as Mibs, 
freshman Roy Hess as Lar, and soph- 
omore Laura Brewer as Dorothy. 

In the end, the play was seen to be 
an emotive, tender look at one man's 
life and his coming to peace with it. 




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ETC Period 



Although many of Wesleyan's 
students didn't have a chance to see 
it, the 1989 Childten's Theatre 
production, ETC period , delighted 
audiences for six performances in 
all. The merry cast of this years 
Children's Theatre sang, yelled, 
told stories and played games right 
along with their audiences as grade- 
schoolers and preschoolers from all 
over Upshur County delighted in 
their fun-filled antics. The cast even 
took their show on the road, as they 
made a weekend tour of several 
spots in the state, making stops in 
such places as Bluefield and Hacker 
Valley, WW. As always. Children's 
Theatre was fun for all; a chance for 
children to see that college students 
like to play — just like they do! 

• Kyle Minor 



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Tfte Wooigaiherer 



As the end of the year drew to a 
close, it was time for potential grad- 
uates of a fine arts program to 
perform in a senior recital, and for 
Dramatic Arts majors, there was no 
exception. Hence, we saw Ms. 
Azareen Marino Zavareei, in her 
senior dramatic recital, The Wool- 
gatherer by William Matrimione. 
Azareen and her good friend and 
fellow thespian, David Tackett, 
portrayed two very lonely people 
struggling to become close to one 
another. Azareen gave a perfor- 
mance much unlike any she had 
ever given, as the audience saw a 
lonely, desperate woman; a human 
being at her most tormented and 
peaceful states. The intimacy of the 
Actors' Cellar, where the play was 
performed, drew the audience di- 
rectly into the middle of the story. 
It was a performance truly worth 
remembering. 

• Kyle Minor 




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Left: Livingston Taylor, pop rock 
singer-songwriter. Taylor's perfor- 
mance included many of his own 
songs, along with songs written by 
his brother, James Taylor 

Far left: Acting Up, a group com- 
prised of Wesleyan students, giving 
an outdoor concert during a spring 
picnic. 



Left: Comedian, musician and 
ventriloquist Taylor Mason. 

Far left: Hypnotist and comedian 
Tom DeLuca. DeLuca "amazed 
and amused" students on Septem- 
ber 23rd in the Social Hall. He 
hypnotized volunteers from the au- 
dience and demonstrated the power 
of suggestion. 



The Eastern High School Choir. 
This remarkable group gave a con- 
cert in Wesley Chapel which in- 
cluded jazz, spiritual, classical and 
gospel seleaions. 



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Right: Dave Tacken and Craig 
Presar performing for Coffeehouse 
on March 10. 

Far right: Actress and singer Jane 
Powell. Powell gave a concert on 
September 30th in the gym. She 
encouraged students and faculty to 
sing, clap and dance along with her 
and the band. 




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Far left: Dynamics, a Pittsburgh- 
based Steelpan musical gtoup. The 
group gave an outdoor concert for 
Wesleyan students. 

Sandy Capp and Susan Gothard 
doing the Limbo. 



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The. day's assignment: "to appfy tthics to your Lift for the. ne?rt 24 hours." • Dr. Keatint, 

Superior teachers sttk truth rather than jo\iowtrs. They count it succtss when tf'ieir JeQbi 
seekers - students — eventually surpass tftem. • Leoxwxi E. Reei 

Nature is croo^. I wanted right angles, straigfiit fines. You cut yourseff opening a can oftur 
and you die. • The Mosquito Coo^t 

Your sociof schedule often differs from mine. Does that make mine better? I think not. 
• Presiient Courticc 



A doud is 100% water. A watennefon is 97% water. That means a cloud missed being 
watermelon by 3%. • Nova 

Secondary education teacfters fiave notorioustj bad hand writing. • Dr. Sfteorer 

Her eyes always light up wfien she ta£b aBout sfioc^ing rats. • B.K. 



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Dr. Warner and 
Meg Rowe 



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Dn Thomas B. Courtict 

President 





When Dr. Thomas B. Courtice came to Wesley an nearly 
three years ago, his intuition told him that the institution had 
great potential. President Courtice remarked that during the 
1988-89 academic year, he found that his "intuition was 
right." 

Some of President Courtice's specific goals for Wesleyan 
which were achieved included the inaeasingly produaive pos- 
ture of the admissions office, and the move away from the 
institution's prior financial difficulties. The President was 
pleased with increases in admissions, retention, and the second 
consecutive surplus year for Wesleyan. 

Not ones to be satisfied with these accomplishments, Pres- 
ident Courtice and his colleagues spent 
much of the year looking toward the 
future and focusing on a direction for 
Wesleyan, now in its eleventh decade. 
Dr. Courtice was delighted that, for the 
first time since he has been in office, 
Wesleyan was able to hire a substantial number of new faculty 
members. Six new members were hired and the President was 
encouraged by the prospea of growth in the ranks of faculty. 

The year's achievements and the future's goals were some- 
times overshadowed by the crises that Wesleyan faced. "My 
place at Wesleyan seemed to be particularly important to me 
this year," stated the President. The deaths, accidents, and 
arrests which impacted members of the Wesleyan community 
made the President feel the need to get closer to the campus as 
a whole. This he accomplished by opening his office to student 
visitors and soliciting opinions from various members of the 
campus. 



"The. ^eovk. are what made tftis year 
an overaa success." 



President Courtice's greatest satisfaction came when he 
was able "to see the college come through some of its 
difficulties as well as it did. That is something you can't 
administrate and it was very satisfying to see the resilience of 
the people of Wesleyan." The President believes that the 
college responded successfully to the challenges it faced and 
that where it was possible for the institution to show 
charaaer, it did. 

"The people are what made this year an overall success," 
declared President Courtice. The triumphs of both in- 
dividuals and the campus community as a whole, enabled 
Wesleyan to overcome the challenges of this year and will, in 
Dr. Courtice's mind, enable it to meet 
the new challenges of the future. 

This year. President Thomas B. 
Courtice was permitted to realize sev- 
eral of die goals he sought when he 
came to Buckhannon, three years ago: 
the student body has grown and improved in quality, the 
financial situation has rallied, and the faculty has expanded 
and diversified. These attainments are only the beginning, 
however, as President Courtice's next move is to see "how 
this year can be a building block for the next ten years. 

• Danette Ifert 



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Tacuby &C Admimsiraiion 




Dr. Barbara Richardson 

Dean of the College 



During Academic Dean Barbara Richardson's two years 
at Wesleyan, she has grafted new branches onto the tree of 
knowledge, especially concerning non-western and feminist 
thought. 

"By cutting aaoss boundaries and bringing new systems 
of thought to old questions, we all think more creatively and 
at the same time build on the learning of previous gen- 
erations," she said. 

She does not, however, want Wesleyan to lose sight of those 
schools of thought which lay the foundations for the liberal 
arts tradtion. "On one hand, we talk about the 'best' 
education and on another, we need to be sensitive to the 
new scholarship' that is emerging 
through the challenges made by wom- 
en, minorities, and third world think- 
ers who are uncomfortable with the 
images and philosophies charaaeriz- 
ing them and their social groups in 
traditional paradigms." 

She said a second point to consider is how to tie these new 
philosophies into Wesleyan's curriculum. "The other issue is 
to tie theory to practice and to be sure that through 
programs like internships, study abroad, and specifically 
tailored learning contracts, we provide the pragmatic op- 
portunities to integrate book learning with the experiences of 
the whole person in natural settings." 

Dean Richardson explored her interest in the topics of 
innovative curriculum and teaching while she worked for 
eight years at the National Institute of Education. There she 
sfsecialized in funding innovative curricular programs at 



aH think mart aieativefy." 



small colleges similar to Wesleyan. Previous to this position, 
she was assistant professor at Cornell, where she also earned her 
Doctorate Degree. Her Masters' Degree was earned at Co- 
lumbia, and her Bachelors' Degree in English literature at 
Harvard. She is a sodal psychologist and has written two books 
on research related to women and achievement. 

She added that while she was working for the government in 
Washington D.C., she was a consultant and advocate "on 
issues relating to older women for the American Association for 
Retired Persons." She "encouraged older women to become 
more political in dealing with sensitive emotional issues that 
were often hard to deal with emotionally, but equally dev- 
astating financially." These include wid- 
owhood, divorce, fimess, and aging in a 
youth culture. 

The Dean said that as Wesleyan 
moves in relevant directions, she hopes 
new responsibilities for both students and 
staff willl be included. "I am a produa of the sixties and 
cannot help but feel nostalgic for a climate in which students 
and faculty feel it is incumbent upon themselves to raise basic 
questions about the mission of the college and the effectiveness 
of its teaching." 

• Rebecca Sheppard 




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How is the study of human society different from 
the. study of ant society? • Morrisettt 

Where would a man go in those days, wiihout fas 
trusty cudgel? • Defoe 




Dr. DaSas B. 
Bailey 



Vice President for 
Student Affairs 



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Quesiions 




Dr. J. Peter 
Bercoviiz 

'^H Prof of Religion 




Anona V. 
Berry 

Art Instmaor 




Dr. Robert 
S. Braine 

Prof of Health 
&P.E. 

Direaor, Adult 
Fitness 




Dr. Howard 
H. Bright 

Prof, of Sociology 
& Anthropology 



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Tacuky & Administraiion 



■ 




Dr. Richard 
5. Cakf 

Prof, of Psychology 




Margaret C. 
CampBett 

Assistant Prof, of 
Nursing 




Dr. Ermsi 
Ca-pstack 

Prof of Chemistry 




Davuf R. 
Coaxes 

Director of Securit)- 




Dr. Roqer 
Chdf 

Associate Prof of 
Physics & Engineering 




In mafdng disiincdons between human and animai be- 
havior we nut t/te risk of foo&n^ ourseTves cam^kteiy. 
We assume that the. onimof is entirely camj^rehensibk 
... it seems to me. t/iot this is a sure way to miss the. 
animal and to see, instead, only another refkction of our 
own ideas. 

• Barry Lopez Of WoCves and Me 




A faculty favorite 



I 



Don't give anytfiing away when, you're a Business 
person. Someone, comes in without a fen, a 6oofe — 
make them fay rent! Stan acting (ihe Business 
people. • Gum 

You desecrait tfie stage every time you come out 
unprepared. • Presar 

Few ttoigs wiff get people as angry as promises 
unfu^iikd. • CresswelL 




Paxil Claw son 

Dining Hall Direaor 



Words of wisdom 




Nancy A. 
Cojidd 

Associate Prof, of 
Nursing 




Dr. CarC M. 
Colson 

Prof, of Biology 



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Dr. Herbert 
R. Cosion 

Prof of History 



Facuby iSt Adminisiraiion 




Fhydis K. 
Cosion 

Associate Prof of 
Education 
Direaor, Learning 
Center 



JJ 



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Dr. Step hen 
E. Crzsswdi 

Assistant Prof, of 
History 




Benjamin F. 
Cniichficid 

Associate Prof of 
Library Sciences 
DireCTor, Library 
Sciences 




Jane F. 
Cnixchjidd 

Seaetary to Dean 
of College 




Caroline L. 
Dees 

Associate Prof, of 
Music 




Dr. Gitnndait 
M. Defoe 

Prof, of English 



Cfuqrter 11 rtda of the. tenibfy o6viou5. • Reed 

It's not a seagxiS! Good God! Sea^uSs don't 
singi. You obviously don't know anything about 
buds. • Defoe 



Yeaaaaa. 



Gurdak 



If you don't show your worfi, and it's wrong, it's 
wrong-wrong. • Barry 



From the dassroom 



The. %ftt of iht earifi is t/tat ifunq out tfiart 
that's aeadnq aii binds of dbropftylL 
• Bercoviu 

Teacfdng teaches fOdence. • O'Brien 



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On the production of moonshine: Of course, they 
have 5tif[s in the chemistry iahs, 6ut I doubt if 
they're doing any bootkqging up there • Wettiver 

I don't tftin£ I've ever had an original thought 
• Saxmders 



L 

For your informaiion 




Trina 
Dobbersitin 

Dean of Students 




Marcia R. 
Dra£e 

Computer Data 
Specialist, Alumni 
& Devlopment 




Franklin C. 
EOis 

Health & P.E. 




John F. 
FOtfe 

Director of 
Admissions 




Jean M. Fmh 

Assistant Prof, of 
Health & P.E. 
Supervisor, Athletic 
Training 



Facuky St Administration 




Dr. Katfmrine 
B. Gregg 

Prof, of Biology 
Greenhouse Direaor 




Anthony A, 
Gum 

Associate Prof of 
Business 




Katftryn A. 
Haas 

Assistant Prof of 
Health & P.E. 




Suzanne K. 
Haas 

InstruCTor, Learning 
Center 




Dr. Affen 
T. Hammr 

Prof of Chemistry 




A facility favorite. 



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More questions 




Dr. Anhm 
B. Holmes 

Prof, of Religion 




Dr. Annette K. : 
Hieiemann I 



Prof of Psychology 



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Dr. Bernard 
F. Keating 

Associate Prof, of 
Philosophy 




Ronotf H. 
Klaus ewiiz 

Associate Prof of 
Computer Science 
& Engineering 



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Facti&y (& Administranon 





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Dr. Georqt 
A. Kitbez 

Associate Prof of 
Health & P.E. 
Soccer Coach 





Judith M. 
Knorr 

Lab Supervisor, 
Learning Center 




Gcorgim 
Konyu-Fogd 

Assistant Prof, of 
Business 




Michael Kii6a 

Director, Counseling 
& Wellness Center 




AficeJ. 
Leigft 

Director, New 
Student Programs 




Kathiten M. 
Long 

Assistant Prof. 
of Speech 



What setts fOfersf Gory munfers and mysteries. 
• Coston 

I'tt toft, about that in a iittk bit. • Cotson 



L „,.„ 

The answers 



Tfie secomf fioif of the test wiff cover evetyt/iing 
since 6irt/i. • O'Brien 

How does an amoeba reproducei' It ju5t decides, "I 
tfunk I'd become two." • McCormicfe 




81 



she is controded by a demon pfiifospfier. • Keadng 

I just cooked tfiis up. • Shej^ford 

i Tou'ff fie turning brown, with grease dripping from 
your fores. • WeiUver 

! BsLymond Carver is dead. There wiff fie no r\ew au- 
I tofiio^Topfucaf maxexioL • founders 

A C-ciiunp is youx bestfriendl • Ree<f 

Out oj context 




Timothy W. 
Loudin 

Computer Programmer 
& Analyst 




Wiiliam 
Mahoney 

Assistant Prof, of 
History 




Carolyn S, 
Maiiory 

Instructional 
Assistant, Learning 
Center 




Dr. Wiffiam \ 
E. MaSory 

Prof, of English 




Dr. PaiilE. 
McCardic 

Prof, of Education 



82 



Tacuky <§t Administraiion 





David W. 
McCauky 

Lecturer, Business 




Dr. Rodger 
J. McCormick 



Prof, of Biology 




RandddL, 
McNemar 

Instruaor, Martial 
Arts 




Francis L. 
McWhorttr 

Assistant Prof, of 
Physics & Engineering 




Dr. David 
A. Miffium 

Prof of Music 
Band Direaor 



Ammwhowas merefy a man omfsouft/ie sort oft/wigs 
Jesus said woitid not be a great momi teacher. He wouk 
eitfier be a (unatk. — on a (evel with tht man who says 
htis a foacheA eqq — or eke he wouid be the. Devif of 
HeiL You must make yom choice. Eu/ier this man was, 
and is, the Son of God: or eise a madman or sometfdnq 
worse. You can shut Him up for a fool, you can spit at 
Him antf feiff Him as ademon, oryoucanfaiiaiHisfeei 
and caSL Him Lonf and God. But fet us not come witA caty 
^axroruzinq nonsense a5out His Bein^ a great morof 
teacfier. 

• C-S.LewJs 



83 



Discussing arguments for tiie exiswice of Go£ 
That's a very weird t/Ung to do. * Keating 

Often viiiains are quite dmnning ipeofk.. • Norveil 

Weii, you. can't judge people by the way they drive 
on the tumpife. • Dejoe 

Aff of these things are worth knowing. • Wamer 



For your iitfoTTrmtion 




Chris Moore 

Director, Campus 
Center 




I Dr. Ashky 
Morrissette 

Assistant Prof, of 
Government 
& Philosophy 




Barbara 
Morrissette 

Direaor of 
Internships 
& Placement 




Kumeran R. 
Nair 

Prof, of Economics 






Dr. Betty G. 
Norveff 

Prof of Speech 
& Dramatic Arts 



84 



Faculty <§t AcCministratioTi 





Dr. Robert 
J. O'Brien 

Associate Prof, of 
English 




Jean M. 
O'Haliioran 



Administrative 
Assistant 




Dr. Ktgincdd 
D. Oison 

Prof, of Sociology 




Dr. Larry R. 
Parsons 

Prof, of Music 




Cfmrfc I. 




Presar 




Prof, of Speech & 
Dramatic Arts 


Shake, yow heads one way or the other. • Gum 
Okay everybody, stand up and breathe, • Norveff 




Just one more (ittU assignment, cmd then you 
am go. • Truster 




Sorm simpfe requests 



85 



T/ie skinheads art the. first group of wfates worst 
off than thtir parents. • Morri55ette 

It's a fittle difficuit to talk abovt tragedy when 
1 havt a peppermint in my mouth. • Norveil 

Okay tigers, go get em! • Shep-pard 

A cotrpk of you slept through the movie yesterday, 
which is not too cooC • CresswdX 




Sandra H. 
Fresar 

Assistant Prof, of 
Speech 



From the classroom 




Dr. G. Paul 
Ricftter 

Prof of Chemistry 




Rev. Vance 
Ross 

Coordinator, Minority 
Student Program 




Dr. John K. 
Saunders 

Associate Prof of 
English 




Dr. David W. , 
Shci^-pard 

Prof of Mathematics 
& Physics 




86 



Taadty <& Acfministration 




Robert N. 
Skinner 

Associate Director 
of Admissions 




James R. 
Smith 

Associate Prof, of 
Health & P.E. 




Wiflmm 
Stru6(e 

Head Coach, Football 




J. David 
Thomas 



Treasurer 




Sharon 
Thomas 

Head Coach, 
Volleyball 




To expert too much is to have a sentimcntaf view oj ujt 
and this is a softness tfmt ends in bitterness. Charity is 
fionf and endures. ■ 

• ¥(anneTy O'Connor 




A facuky favorite 




Learning ta^ jiiace. in off aspects of fife, so as 
teachers don't be deceived into thinking that the 
classroom is the most important p(ace. • 5fiearer 

PersonaEty is not character. • Norveff 

Those wfto do not hxow fiistory ore condemned to 
reifeat its mista^. • Coston 




Dr. Marjorie 
Trusitr 

Associate Prof, of 
Modern Languages 



Words oj wisdom 




Margaret A. 
WaUs 

Prof of Human 
Ecology 




Dr. John R. 
Warner 

Prof, of Sociology 




Dr. Kenneth 
Weffiver 

Prof of Religion 




Cynthia J, 
Wertu 

Coordinator, Special 
Programs & Testing 



Faculty St Administration 




1"^ — • 




Dr. Joseph 
E. Wiest 

Prof, of Physics, 
Mathematics 
& Engineering 




Linda W. 
Winspear 



Registrar 




Gerdd E. 
WoocT 

Dean of the Chapel 




Nancy F. 
Wood 

Executive Secretary, 
President's Office 




Dr. Josepft Mow, Patricia Craven, 
June Rose Simmons and Pat Nkkeii 
at tftcir Tetirtment dinner. 




89 



If you're qoinq to ted me somexhing, ted. me. everythity. • Sarah Kish 

Who can forget the. feeCing of wandering aroumf campu5, (ooking for Hyma auditorium,, and 
knowing that aii the uppercGwsmen. knew you were a freshman? • M.K. 

Coiiege is high schooi with ashtrays. • Laura NeiC 

Instead of rebeiiing as an adoiescent, I became a successful academic. The. way of escape 
was to do what they said. So I did wed at school . . rebeOing woidd have meant not going 
to school, taking drugs, getting into petty crime. But I could see that wasn't rebeding at aid 
That was doing what was expected. • Sting 

For freshmen, one of the great morcd probiems of the universe is when to put an apostrapfie 
in the word "it's." • Dr. O'Brien 

I dbn't care wfiat sfie does. I'd like to see her jump off the face of the earth. And I think I 
can give her a pusfu • Emify Gray 



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Underdassmen 



91 



Drew Altimus 

Chris Antolini 

Beth Aronson 

Josh Bart 



Prayerna Bhatia 

Julie Birt 

Matt Bohman 




Julie Guercio, Michelle Suwyn and Diane Leo 




Jon Bowden 
Kellee Branch 
Mike Brown 
Tim Britten 




Joon Cho 
Teresa Clark 
Regenia Cogar 
Elizabeth Corathers ' 




John Crites 
Marc Grouse 
Mark Danza 

Trad Diehl 



Robin Dixon 
Kelley Duffy 



Robin Duncan 
Marc Ehrhardt 



Sheri Ellis 

Sarah Ewing 

Dave Fell 

Mike Flannery 



Christa Fleming 

Craig Forbes 

Robyn Frierson 

Chris Furr 




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Howard Gamble 
Billy Gansalus 
Denise Gola 
Debbie Goldstein 



Michele Good 
Julie Guercio 



John Hare 
Cyndi Hassel 




Angela Hazlett 
Melissa Hedrick 
Matt Heere 
Jay Hubbard 



John Hyatt 
Kelly Hyre 
Bill Irwin 
Erik Jelmert 



Sonja Jenness 

Christine Jensen 

Mika Keller 

Jennifer Kelley 



Heather Kerr 
Lucas Koach 



Mary Frances Kovack 
Carol Lacey 



Diane Leo 

Bil Lepp 

Carrie Linn 

Shannon Malone 



Dean Marsden 

Dawn Marshall 

Tiffany Martinides 

Daniel McCailum 




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Sean McConaha 
Mike McGinn 
Dave Miller 
Lani Milliken 



Kelly Morrone 
Kathy Morse 



Clark Neighborga 
Dave Nury 



Mike Ostrolen 
Becky Parcha 
Ashley Pellagrino 
Bridget Phillips 



Heather Pifer 
Barb Pinkerton 
Candi Pruchnicki 
Mike Richards 




Laurie Rogers 

Stephanie Ross 

Tammy Rotenberry 

Marsha Rowan 



Kellie Ryan 
David Selinger 



Steve Shaffer 
John Shaner 



Sarah Shaw 

Tracy Sheppard 

Shazia Shibli 

Rich Shimp 



Chris Smith 

Gene Smith 

Kristin Snow 

Karen Sparks 




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Debbie Stire 
Steven Stolarski 
Jodi Stonesifer 
Lance Stotler 



Ann-Kristin Strand 
Gwen Stuart 
Jeff Sullivan 
Michelle Suwyn 




Jessica Thompson 
Patrick Toomy 
Tracy Umstot 
Scott Wachter 



Tony West 
Nicole Williams 
Headier Willis 
Mindy Wilson 



Lindy Wright 
Teresa Wilfong 



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Beth Allen 

Allyn Arndt 

Missy Bailey 

Cindy Beardmore 



Sherril Beaton 

Phil Beck 

Heather Bomberger 

Laura Brewer 





Sandy Capp 
Joo-Won Choi 
Jeff Clay 
Drew Collins 



Amy Cox 
Diane Cross 
Darlene Crowl 
Scott Cotgreave 



Krisd Cyrus 
Beth Dean 




Beth Doleschal 
Beth Elson 



Linda Eshbaugh 
Dee Dee Evans 



[ Stacy Fahmer 




Elise Foery 

Milton Foxx 

Cole Garrett 

Tammi Gooden 



Susan Gothard 

Shelley Gough 

Emily Gray 

David Griffin 



Gina Grimmett 
Cindy Grose 



Debbie Haynes 
Amy Helm 



Laurie Hopkins 

Julie Huffman 

Sally Jenkins 




102 



Dorothy Jessee 
Charleen Kerns 
Sarah Ketterer 
Linda Klofach 




Lisa Oertel 

Karen Csysz 

Tammy Paxton 

April Phillips 



Meg Phillips 

Kim Piatt 

Sandy Pratt 

Barbara Quillen 



Lee Ann Rainey 
Evan Randle 



Lysa Rochat 
Diane Runner 



John Russell 

Tami Sams 

Suzanne Scarborough 




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Karen Seastone 
Annette Smith 
Jason Stansfield 
Kendra Stemple 



James Taylor 
Amanda Tenney 
Cindy Thomason 
Paula Tucker 



Marty Vance 
Kevin Williams 



Laura Williams 
Susan Wilmerink 



Tami Yoshikami 
, Earl Young 
I Jen Zimmerman 




Lori Alkire 

Cindy Allen 

Scott Andetson 

Ken Bailey 





JUNIORS 




Paul Bohman 
Sheryl Booth 
Roberta Brand 
Sandra Breading 



Mike Brown 
Beth Camp 
Jennifer Cash 
Sherry Chidester 



Aaron Clay 
Darrell Cook 
Sheryl Cooperider 
Jayme Criss 



Lisa Curry 
Charlotte Cussins 
Michele D'Souza 
Chrisry Detwiler 



Sherry DeHart 
Cheryl Dixon 
Traq' Donahue 
Anne Downham.. 



Paul Drake 

Alexandra Fredericks 

Elizabeth Fugict 

Amy Gamble 



Nanq? Goehring 

Jane Granata 

Greg Gruver 

Mark Hansen 



Jennifer Hartshorn 
Peggy Huston 



Danette Ifert 
Pam Jacobs 



Jennifer Jarreil 

Sarah Kish 

Victoria Klimek 

Jeannette Lamrouex 




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Barbara Lewis 
Sara Lewis 
Laura Lovell 
Kerry Maguire 




Tracy Manzini 
Lisa Markovich 
Roger Maaeny 
Nathan McBrayer 




Susanna McConnel 
Doug McMiilin 
Joyce Mears 
Hilary Miller 




Reese Miller 
Kyle Minor 
Bill Moore 
Ken Myers 



Jamie Oates 
Susan Olofton 
Dave Page 
April Pierson-Keating 



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Ralph Plaugher 

Nicole Prete 

Kim Price 

Pat Quigley 



Barbara Quinlan 

Trish Ramsey 

Rich Rashid 

Sandy Reed 



Gail Sanderson 
Scott Shaffer 



Rebecca Sheppard 
Amy Shimp 



Stephen Skinner 

Jeff Sluder 

Carol Smith 

Donald Smith 





Jill Snodgrass 
Ann Snyder 
Richard Soverns 
Mike 




Laugftter can reCkve tettsion, soothe, the pain of (fiiappointmcnt, and strenqthcn the spirit Jor 
theformidabk tasks that always tie ahead. • Dwiqht D. Eisenhower 

Don't say you didn't know about it, because you did. • Laura Pizoii 

Greek fife provides an enfiancement to tfic coUeqe or university experience and the. 
opportunity for (eodcrsfiip cfeveCopmcnt and career preparation. It's a feeling of pride, a 
cfuince to grow and to sec dreams fulfided. • The Quid 

Leadership appears to be the art o/getting otfiers to want to do sometfiiing you are cjonvinced 
shoidd be done. • Vance Packard 



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Noihing makes a person more productive than the (ast minute. • anonymous 

We're going to have to work it a week at a time beamst I can't think any further ahead 
than that • Btth Bargtioh 

Words art the wings of actions. • Lavater 

AnotAer principle on which our country was founded is that we are aii. created free and 
equai This does not mean tfiat off men are equal in brains and abiiity. What they did say 
was, "you. are as I am and I am as ^oocf as you are unier the Caw." • anonymous 

You fiave to carefuily baiance out yowr entfuisiosm arxd your wisdom. • Brian Wiison 

Can you imagine tfte international students ptoying basketbaS? — "where s the bail?!" 
• Mario GCixda 



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Concert Chorale 
members Kelly 
Ward. Beth Dean, 
Elizaberh Brisky, 
Meg Rowe and 
Lisa Linger 
Above: ISO 
members Kiy 
Takanaka, Petter 
Trunscad and 
George Flooks 



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Mike Brown helps with letters to Santa for Christmas 
on Campus. 

The Pharos 

Every Thursday, despite snow, illness, 
and upcoming tests, the final touches 
were completed for Fridays 'P/i^roj. 

"Regardless of personal desires, it's 
your responsibility that you adhere to the 
deadlines because people are counting on 
you. People expect the paper to come out 
every Friday," co-editor Danette Ifert 
said. 

The entire newspaper staff also met 
Thursday, 5:30 p.m., second semester. 
At these meetings they discussed the next 
weeks' issue, story and photo assign- 
ments, plus critiqued the previous weeks' 
issue. 

This year, the papet was fortunate 
enough to have a photographer and pho- 
to developer on the layout staff, fresh- 
man Craig Forbes. "It was a taxing job, 
and at times seemed unending. How- 
ever, seeing the end product seemed to 
make it worth it," he said. Craig will 
serve as co-editor with senior Rebecca 
Sheppard the 1989-90 school year. 



Front row: Kristi Hoover, Jane Granata, Danette Ifert, April Pierson-Keating, Rebecca Sheppard 
Second row; Ken Carlson, Dave Swan, Craig Forbes 



Co-editors Jane Granata and Danette 
Ifert took typed stories and developed 
photos to Buckhannon's Record Delta 
newspaper early Tuesday. Wednesday, 
they picked the materials up, but they 
were now ready to be placed on paste-up 
sheets, which are blank sheets divided 
into columns. Thursday, the layout staff 
used specific graphic rules to create Fri- 
day's edition. 

The layout deadline was Thursday, 
4:30 p.m., but on long editions the 
editors occasionally missed dinner alto- 
gether. Friday morning, the Delta dis- 
tributed The Pharos campus-wide to be 
picked up by students and staff "The 
paper is not something you do and then 
it's over. Once you're done with one 
thing, it's time to do another," co-editor 
Jane Granata said. 

The Pharos staff also contributed to 
the Wesleyan community in other ways. 
For example, freshmen Mike Brown and 
Bil Lepp helped youngsters write letters 
to Santa for Christmas on Campus, and 
staff members raffled tickets for a large 
Dominoes pizza to aid the Student 



Council Jamaican Relief Fund. Nearly 
fifty dollars was raised by the staff. 

Both editors thought the paper im- 
proved in ways relating to the school it 
represents. "We tried to incorporate the 
views and perspectives of different people 
and not just those of one group or the 
staff," Danette said. 

Jane added, "this past year we turned 
our attention more to news about Wes- 
leyan, stories people couldn't necessarily 
find anywhere else. We concentrated on 
being a West Virginia Wesleyan College 
newspaper. 

The staffs efforts were rewarded with 
an overall positive review from the 
American Scholastic Press Association. 
"In general, your staff, editor and faculty 
advisor are to be commended for this 
publication. I am certain it is a credit to , 
your school and is well received in the 
commmunity." The 1988-89 Pharos v^ss 
rated second out of three possible ratings. 
• Rebecca Sheppard 



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Black Student 
Coalition 



BSC members Korey Sims, Alice 
Faucett, Bruce Parker and Tracy 
Walker at the organizational fair. 



Love Shine 



Front row: Ken Sells, Jay VanReenan Second 
row: Abbey Kirk, Sarah Ketteret, Heidi Reich 
Third row: Laura Williams, Anna Laderach, 
Cindy Bayne, Laurie Opuszynski 




Economics Club 



Front row: Torgeir Gustatson, Petter Tronstad, David Nury, Charles-Pierre Jacqueiin, Jason Stansfield, Loretta 
Ayers Second row: Kim Price, Michelle Ramey, Nathan McBrayer, James Parsons, Hilary Rodgers, Susan 
Watson, Scon Anderson, Stig Sevaldsen Third row: Steve Weiss, Mike Shaffer, Rich Rashid, Rich Rittinger, Jim 
Lash. Ken Myers 



Sigma 
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Front row: Danette Ifert, Elizabeth Brisky, Jane Granata Second row: Amy Basham, Sharon StatzeU, Missy PiUo, Meg 
Rowe 



Jazz Ensemble 

The West Virgina Wesleyan Jazz En- 
semble, under the direction of Dr. David 
Milburn, has had another exciting year. 

The highlight of the year was the 
annual spring concert tour, which this 
year took the band to the Northeastern 
United States. 

The first concert was at Oak Glen 
High School in Chester, West Virginia. 
Since three band members are alumni of 
this high school, and the director of the 
high school band, Neil Randolph, is an 
alum of Wesleyan, this was a special 
concert for the band and will be es- 
pecially remembered. Mr. Randolph was 
given an outstanding alumni award pre- 
sented by Dr. Milburn and Missy Pillo, 
Kirk Miller, and Scott Heaton, the alums 
of Oak Glen High School. 

The next day took the band to 
McGuffy High School in Claysville, 
Pennsylvania, and the Scottdale Show- 
time in Scottdale, Pennsylvania. Bright 
and early the next morning the band 




headed for Corning, New York, for an 
evening concert at Corning West High 
School. 

The following morning the band par- 
ticipated in a jazz worship service for 
Palm Sunday at the Corning United 
Mthodist Church. After that, it was back 
on the bus for another long bus ride to 
the Holiday Inn in Rutland, Vermont. 

After breakfast, the band spent the 



day at Williamstown High School in 
Williamstown, Vermont, doing clinics 
for the band students and performing for 
the genetal public. 

The final day of concerts took the 
band to Dover High School in Dover, 
New Hampshire, and St. John's United 
Methodist church, also in Dover. 

• Jane Granata 



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Young Democrats 



Two members of Young Democrats, Rebecca Sheppard and Anna Laderach. 




Campus 

Activities 

Board 



Front row: Lee Britton, Katie Meets, Lisa Jenka, Alisa Lively, Martha Farrell Second row: Mary Longerbeam, Scott Shaffer, 
Clark Neighborgall, Cheryl Dixon, Donald Wells, Scott Anderson 



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International Students 
Organization 




Shaun Davison and Petter Tronscad dancing at the ISO Banquet 



Stig Sevaldsen and Michael Thompson 



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Alpha Lambda Delta 

Left: Old and new members ot AAA Below: 
Spring 89 Officers Below, left: Fall 89 Of- 
ficers 




'rent row: Brenda Orr, Heather Bomberger, Cindy Beardmore Second Front row: Michele Good, Robin Duncan, Jodi Stonesifer Second row: 
ow: Beth Dean, Phil Beck, Bob KJeinedler, Dr. Capstack Brett Haight, Roy Hess, Lucas Koach and Dr. Capstack 




Audria Thomason and Alicia VanHorn 



Kappa Phi 



Tont row: Lani Milliken, Meg Rowe, Susanna McConnell, Melissa Dorn, Mary Frum Second row: 
'hazia Shibli. Reginia Cogar, Audria Thomason, Laurie Rogers Third row: Elizabeth Fugitt, Laurie 
lopkins, Sharon Startzell, Sharon Banks, Heather Willis Fourth row: Yvette Lomax, Mrs. Campbell, 
aura Williams, Suzanne Scarborough, Carrie Linn, Jane Granata, Cindy Thomason, Trish Ramsey, 
"ami Sams 



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Publicity Club 

This year was the real beginning of what 
some have called "the most aaive and 
visible gfoup on campus." The Public Re- 
lations Club was founded at the beginning 
of the last school year and had as its major 
goals; ( 1 ) showing the school that there was 
an interest in Public Relations at Wesleyan, 
and (2) helping to organize the actual PR 
major as it exists today. Once that mon- 
umental task was done, these gluttons of 
activity needed something else to keep them 
busy. And just what may that have been? 

Why the EUBIE phenomenon, of course! 
When approached by the Chapel Office to 
help publicize the Blood Drive for Professor 
Arminta Eubank (Baldwin), the PR Club 
saw its chance to really make it big, and 
help someone else in the process! The day of 
the Blood Drive saw a record breaking 
doubling of the number of donors usually 
served by a typical Blood Drive; 180 pints 
of blood in just 5 short hours. 

After that, "clients" from all over cam- 
pus were beating down the PR Club's door 
with projects and promotions to help with. 
Some of the PR Club's clients were the 
Jamaican Relief Fund, Community Coun- 
cil, the Lively Arts Series, the Chapel Office, 
Christian Life Council, the Black History 
Month Committee, and the Larry Parsons 
Chorale, among several others. 

The results of their work were obvious to 
many of their satisfied clients. Besides the 
dramatic increase at the Blood Drive, there 
were other improvements. The Awards and 
Elections committee saw an increase in voter 
turnout of almost 209? during the first 
semester elections alone. These are just two 
examples. 

They're not finished yet. Watch for big- 
ger and better projects from the PR Club 
during the 1989-90 year. The Public Re- 
lations Club — they're everywhere you 
look! 

• Kyle Minor 




Sharon Barlow and Gwen Sruart 




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Human Ecology Club 




Freshmen 
Council 



Front row: Advisor Alice Leigh, Sean McConaha, Tammy Rocenberry. Ann-Kristen Strand Second row: Sonja Jenness, 
Traci Diehl, Hilary Rodgers, Amy Barnes, Ellie Perinis, Valteta Vanoshand, Molly Reichard Third row: Burt Reed, Denny 
Crouso, John Shaner, Mark Danza, Scott Stillings 



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Mortar 
Board 




Front row: Amy Jones, Mrs. bkinner, Tammy Osburn, Elizabeth Boocks, Jennifer Pearce, April Pierson-Keating, Laura Walter, . 
Pam Lee. Rebecca Sheppherd, Nathan McBrayer, Robbie Gifford, Michelle D'Souza, Alan Franks Second row: Elizabeth Fuggitt.il 
Alison Lowe, Laura Pizoh, Ann Karhk, Lori Jill Walkup, Jamie Oates, Donald Wells, Joe Fisher, Jeff Edgel, Ken Carlson, Dr. 
Mahoney, Barb Lewis, Beth Bargeloh, Sarah Kish, Tracey Davis, Callie Denton, Beth Incrocci, Tracy Walker, Cindy Knorr, Kyle 
Minor, Danette Ifert, Marie Hatfield, Margie Kidd, Donald Moore, Tyler Gruber, Jane Granata Stephen Skinner, Mike Brown 




Coach Kathleen Long, Ken Carlson, Danette Ifert, 
Nathan McBrayer, Donna McBrayer 



Forensics 



Hosting the West Virginia State 
Tournament and attending the National 
Forensic Association Tournament in East 
Otange, New Jersey, were two of the 
unique opportunities afforded to the 
WVWC forensics team this year. 

On March 11th and 12th, forensi- 
cators from across the state gathered at 
Wesleyan to compete in debate, public 
speaking, oral interpretation and limited 



preparation speaking events. It was the 
first time in several years that Wesleyan 
had actually hosted a tournament. The 
team made it a successful event, cap- 
turing fourteen finalist positions, two 
first place rankings, and placing second 
overall in the team sweepstakes. 

The team's outstanding performance 
at the State Tournament, and at other 
tournaments throughout the year, en- 
abled six team members to qualify to 
compete at the National Forensic As- 
sociation Tournament at Upsala College 
in East Orange, New Jersey, at the end 
of April. Kenneth Carlson, Danette Ifert, 
Donna McBrayer, and Nathan McBrayer 
accompanied coach Kathleen Long to the 
tournament for four days of enthusiastic 
competition with participants from one 
hundred and twenty other schools in the 
nation. 

In addition to these two unique tour- 
naments, the team traveled to George 
Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, 
and Muskingum College in New Con- 
cord, Ohio, during the fall semester. At 
Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio, the 
team finished second in the team sweep- 



stakes and won first place rankings in 
three of the eight events at the tour- 
nament. In January, the team traveled to 
Morehead, Kentucky, to participate in 
Morehead State University's Eagle In- 
vitational. Members of the campus com- 
munity were treated to a smorgasbord of 
forensics talent at the team's annual Eve- 
ning of Forensics in early April. 

This year's team was the largest team 
Wesleyan has had for several years. 
Members included; Brad Amidon, Rob- 
ert Bock, Heather Bomberger, Vicky 
Burgess, Bill Campbell, Kenneth Carl- 
son, Stephanie Dillon, Elizabeth Fugitt, 
Kristi Hoover, Danette Ifert, Mitchell 
Jones, Fred Langsam, Donna McBrayer, 
Nathan McBrayer, Kyle Minor, Craig 
Presar, Melissa Radin, Dan Taylor, and 
Gwen Vieweg. The team was coached by 
Assistant Professor of Speech Commu- 
nication Kathleen M. Long. 

• Danette Ifert 



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Front row: Becky Parker, Scott McVey, Elizabeth Brisky, Linda Walter Second row: David Moore, Marcus Dixon, 
Dave Tackett, Heather Bomberger, Lisa Bashamn, Jeff Sullivan, Ed Moore, Kerry Gum 







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Lee Shackleford, Phil Beck, Beth Dean and Laurie Hopkins 
eating dinnet while on tour. 



The 1988-89 Concert Chorale at the Festival of Lessons and Carols 



Concert Chorale 



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The. woM btiongs to the. cneTge.tic. • Rnfpfi Waido Emerson 

The. touqh thinq about teaming sdf-disdp(im is tfiat we need se^-cfisciptine in order to (cam 
it • Gienn VanEkertn 

Tou five and you (cam or you die and you Bum. • M.P. 

The great tfiing afiout wor^ng out is tftat you fuivc tftc chance to chanqt your body. . . 
you're in controf of how you (ook. • Fhd Hde 

You can take risks, fight, make, waves, rock the boat, and win. And if it isn't aS. that 
important, you can stay on the sixffines, watering, and wait to see what fiappens. 

• Peter Gten 

My Best sport's video hockey. • B^ 

The tougher it gets, tfic cooCer I get • Richard Nixon 



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A Perfect Four Years 

What looked like a difficult season for the WVWC Soccer Bobcats 
turned out to be quite the opposite. Coached by George Klebez and 
assistant coach Mario Garcia, the Bobcats made their fifth consecutive 
National Championship appearance. This was made possible by the 
first open-bid system introduced by the organizing committee of the 
NAIA. "We were fortunate enough to have been selected," com- 
mented Klebez. 

Historically, the Bobcats have been victorious in 1984 and 1985. In 
1986, they bowed out of competition in pool play, and in 1987, the 
Bobcats were uncharacteristically defeated in the semi-final. However, 
this past season's record of 14-4-2 reflects the combined effort and 
talent of the enure club. 

It all started one Monday morning in August '88, one week prior to 
the start of regular season. It was a hot summer day. Joining the 
upperclassmen were ten new recruits from America, Norway, Jamaica 
and England. 

Pre-season had gone well with the team concentrating mostly on 
becoming physically conditioned. This they accomplished. They were 
ready to take on any club that would stand in the way of the 
championships. 

It was quite obvious that our seniors were eager, and would have to 
work very hard. Leading the pack were forwards Delroy Lewis, Charles 
Pierre and forward/midfielder Robert Dehring. Also at midfield were 
George Flooks, and Torgeir Gustafson (co-captain). At defense was the 
incomparable and versatile Lester Parris (co-captain), who also some- 
times played at midfield. The remainder of the squad was comprised of 
sophomores Andrew Hines and Troy Leatherman, senior Tad Taft, and 
freshmen Paul Young, Michael Thompson, Stig Sevaldsen, Shawn 
Davison, Oivind EUingsen, David Nury, Brett Haight and Petter 
Tronstad. 

This season saw rookie Paul Young emerge. He scored 22 goals for 
the season, equalling Tom McLean's record set in 1986. He also 
achieved Honorable Mention status from the NAIA AU-American 
Committee. Adding to the honors list were 3rd team All- Americans 
Andrew Hines and Torgeir Gustafson. Earlier, Hines was also elected to 
the 1988 All-Tournament team at Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, 
the site of the championships. Lester Parris, Torgeir Gustafson and Paul 
Young were selected to an All-South team by the NSCAA. Lester and 
Torgeir were also selected to travel to Arizona in the spring to 
participate in the first NAIA Senior Bowl. 




L-R: Oivind EUingsen, George Flooks and Torgeir Gustafson 



Michael Thompson and Torgeir Gustafson 



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This year the unity and teamwork of this club helped the members 
overcome some major injuries and defeats. Perserverance prevailed: they 
kept working at it and gave themselves tremendous self-support. It 
worked. 

Despite losing in the Regional Playoffs to arch-rivals Alderson- 
Broaddus, the Bobcats were still able to be strategically placed in the 
final rankings. This was enough to see them through to the cham- 
pionships. For the first time, an at-large team was given the op- 
portunity to advance to the championships. It was a dream come true 
for the "not-to-be-forgotten" seniors, for this was to be their fourth 
appearance at the National Tournament. This meant that the seniors 
had achieved a one hundred percent appearance record, a feat never 
accomplished before at Wesleyan. 

"I believe this has to be one of the best teams ever at Wesleyan," 
said a senior. "Everybody was giving their best and playing for each 
other." 

With two championships accounted for, the Bobcats are hoping for a 
third. Maybe 1989 could be the year? We'll just have to wait and see! 
Good, luck! 

• Mario Garcia 




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Front row: Mike Dcjesus, Robert Dehring, Charles-Pierre Jaquelin, Jason StansrieM, Brett Haight, Thaa Berry, Lester Parris Second row: Delroy 
Lewis, Scott Miller, David Nury, Paul Young, Darren Wyville, Will Mcllvainc, Stig Sevaldsen, Torgcir Gustafson, Sean Sherman, George Flooks 
Third row: Coach George Klebez, Shaun Davison, Oivind EUingsen, Andrew Hines, Petter Tronstad, Tad Taft, Michael Thompson, Troy 
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Football 



Dedication Brings a Winning Season 

"Dedication" was the key word for the 1988 football Cats. Through hard 
work, Coach Bill Strubie and his grid squad reestablished the old pride of the 
Cats. West Virginia Football Cats are once again recognized as a major 
power. The offense proved to be explosive and the defense extremely 
stubborn. 

The Bobcat offense often shocked its opponents by being able to reach pay 
dirt from any point on the field. The offense was led by the record-setring 
arm of Bill Creighton, who often hooked up with Mike Baird. The Cats also 
had a good solid ground attack behind the running of Keith Wilkins and 
Nick Calcanes. However, the offense would have accomplished little without 
the strong offensive line. 

The name of the game for the defense was intimidarion. The defense, 
being fast, strong, and experienced, yielded few touchdowns to opponents. 
Through an intense off-season weight and conditioning program, the defense 
was able to punish its opponents for all four quarters. The defensive team 
was lead by the hard-hitting John Vaska and Dewayne Jackson, as well as 
sack specialist Rob Sankey. 

With hard work on and off the field, and a strong will to win. Bill Strubie 
and the Bobcats chalked up their second winning season in a row. With an 
explosive offense and a hard-hitting, stubborn defense, the 1988 Cats 
crushed many opponents. This team only fell after hard fought battles during 
their few losses. 

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Volleyball 



Looking to the Future 

Wesleyan's Women's Volleyball Team com- 
pleted its fourth year as a collegiate team with a 
record of 13-27. Under the supervision of first- 
year coach Sharon Thomas, the Lady Cats fin- 
ished with the best season to date. This past 
season was a learning experience for all involved.. 
There were only five returning players, three of 
whom were sophomores. The remaining two 
veterans were a junior and senior, and the team 
was completed by six freshmen. Most of the 
season was spent with the players learning one 
another's strengths and weaknesses. 

The women had their ups and downs, but by 
the end of the year they finished with smiles on 
their faces. Due to the difficulties Wesleyan has 
been having with the WVIAC, the women went 
into tournament play in last place. Day one of the 



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tournament gave the Lady Cats a record of 3-1, 
beating Glenville, Salem and Sheppard, and los- 
ing to Concord. This was good enough to move 
them into the semifinal round. Unfortunately, 
the Lady Cats lost to Faitmont State, who went 
on to capture the conference title. Sophomore 
hitter Cindy Capp was named All-Conference 
Team, and the ladies went home with a record of 
3-2. 

Coach Thomas is looking forward to next 
season and has been trying to recruit some height 
for the upcoming year. Since only senior setter, 
Molly Reichard, will be leaving, the team is 
hoping'to enjoy a winning season. 

• Cindy Knorr 



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Second row: Mike DeCello, manager Randy Crites, David Taylor, Jim Ball, Ken Cook, Shcrard Lloyd, Preston Gill, Danny Camp, assistant St 
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ims, Paula Tucker, Lee Ann Rainey, Robyn Thompson, Karen Fisher, Beth E>orscy, student assistant Tammy Osbum, Head Coach Kathy Haas 







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Front row: Tim Wendel, Tim Barreiro, Steve Pagnotto, Shawn Torbett, Scott Goodnight, Jim Giison, Kyle Mattz Second row: Christian Smith, 
Mickey McCoy, Ttoy Hammons, Eric DiBacco, Scott Rightsell, Rich Laurita, Tim Mutrin, David Stoeckle Third row: Tim McNemar, Rich 
Rittinget, Brad Brautigan, Rick Thress, Buddy Smith, Steve Harden, Paul LaFayette Fourth row: Bill Saunders, John McKnight, John Fabbricatore, 
Darrin Marsh, John White, Sean Sherman Fifth row: Coach Mike Hinkle, Kevin Duggan, Burt Reed, Coach Randy Tenney, Steve Hamtick, Todd 
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Softball 




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Pitcher Robyn Thompson 



Paulette Siegel, Michelle Moran and Karen Fisher 




•ront row:Lindy Wright, MicheUe Davis, Dawnetta MUler, Marty Vance, Jenny DeBolt, Sandy Capp, Sandra Breading Second row:Paulette Siegel, 
jMicheUe Moran, Becky Lazrari, Karen Fisher, Robyn Thompson, Cindy Capp Third rowiBob Cable, Nancy Goehring, Bridget Nicholson, Diane Moore, 
Amanda Tenney, Beth Allen, Gina Swarm, Jim Gregory 



Another Outstanding Season 



At the Stan of the 1988 season, the Lady Cats Tennis Team 
had set their goals high. They were hoping for another undefeated 
season, anothet District 28 victory, and a trip to the NAIA 
National Tennis Tournament, in Kansas City. They fought for 
and achieved all of these goals. 

The team had five returning players: seniors Dawn Kahley and 
Becky Minton, and sophomores Missy Bailey, Anne Gatto, and 
April Phillips. These five veterans, along with freshman Kelly 
Hyre, comprised the top six line-up. Othet supporting team 
members were Beth Aronson, Ann Bazo, Sarah Lewis and Cindy 
Shorter. 

The Lady Cats battled Divison I schools including Dusquene 
and Marshall Universities, and still came out on top. The NAIA 
District 28 tournament, held in Martinsburg, West Vitginia, was 
another success for the Lady Cats. Bailey took the singles' victory 
of the tournament, and teamed with Phillips to take the doubles' 




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Dr. James Smith, coach of men's and women's tennis, is very 
excited with the team's success and could not be more proud. 
Smith knows they have accomplished a lot, but feels that there is 
still more to reach for. Part of the team's success is due to the 
support and teamwotk of the players. Although tennis is an 
individual sport, the contributions of each member are what result 
in the final victory. John Nee, the assistant coach, is another 
important factor in the team's success. He helped a great deal in 
the playing and drilling of the Lady Cats' squad. 



Melissa Bailey 



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Front row: Kelly Hyre, April Phillips, Sara Lewis, Ann Bazo, Beth Aronson, Cyndi Shoner Second row: John Nee, Becky Minton, Dawn Kahley, 
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Front row: Greg Groover, Doug Grimes Second row: Mike Kuba, Dave Candella, Suzy Graham, Dan Scudzinski, Mike Snyde 



Lea Howard and Julie Birt 



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Nicole Chiarello and Amy Shimp 




Front row: Amy Cox, GiUie Denton, Edwina Howard Second row: Tracy Donahue 



Bottom row: Callie Denton, Allison 
Clark, Edwina Howard, Kelly Jacobson 
Top row: Amy Cox, Tracy Donahue, 
Chrisu Eddy 



Every time. I camb my hair, thoughts of you gtt in my eyes. • Prince 

It 15 impossiBfe/or any one ]^trson to know ail the. facets of another pcrsormlity. We react 
differendy to eacfv person we meet. We mereCy have a picture of how that -person reacted t ) 
ij5. • Lois Neufet 

If you're reaSy fiotyou don't fiave to wort at it 
» Anotfier Wor(d 

I'd give, the woMfor that moment witfi. you — wfien we tftougfit we fe.ncw tfwt our (o^ 
wouid last But tfte moment posse^f witft. no warning^ far too fast • Chess 

Okay. You were right. You're briiiiant, I'm stupii. Take a bow. • Heartiand 

His pants arefiithy from crawCing on tfie ground /or tftat giri! • ADQson 5cfiencfe 



176 




SUidail Life 



177 



The railroad tracks by 
the soccer field. 




Sandy Capp and Matt Buhman 



Jue Wahl 




John McKnight and Kyle Marti? Above: Rev. Vante Ross 



Phil Hile Above: Cheric Chambers preparing for Rush. 



Yield in ctnildhood to selfishness, and you will 
find it thie most enchaining tyranny on earth. 
There is no power in the hunnan soul of itself to 
break the bondage of a disposition formed by 
yielding. • Oswald Chambers 



179 




Cliff Carey and Suzy Kupp Above: Susan Watson and NoelJe Wertz 



Brad Amidon and Kelly Morrone Above: 
Teresa McCarty and Mary Maaghul 



It is not good for man to be alone. • Genesis 

I'll dance at your wedding and testify at your 
divorce. • Kim Hough 



180 




" ^ Tom Kelleher and 
jjjK Phil Hughes 



Heather Zucca, Steve Chne and Chris Holswade 



Traqj Walker and Bruce Parker 



Touch . . . answers the first hunger, 
opens the first communication. In in- 
fancy, to touch another helps to dif- 
ferentiate self . . . much later, to lose it 
for a moment. • Vogue 



181 



Andrew Tucker Far 
right: Art Banks 




182 




Charlie Eberhart Above; Julie Claar 



Larry Parsons Above: Julie Birt 



Our language has wisely sensed the two sides of 
man's being alone. It has created the word lone- 
liness to express the pain of being alone. And it has 
created the word solitude to express the glory of 
being alone. • Paul Tillich 



183 




Lori Brookman and Daria Brunk Middle pho- 
to: Brian Storts Top photo: Tim Schuhmann 



John Nevins 



Rich Mamula Above: Mike West and 
Toney Williams 



You know, I have this awful 
fascination with taking pic- 
tures of myself. And when I 
get drunk I really love to 
look at nnyself in the mirror. 
•G.S. 



184 




Jim McMannis 



Gina Grimmett 



Does it trouble you that virtually every dolphin in 
the ocean is your intellectual superior? 

• anonymous 

I'm too full to swallow my pride. • The Police 



185 



Christa Washington 
Far right: Tracy 
Manzini 




Kim Hetz and Elizabeth BcxKks 

She was cool. Her eyes were cool. Her 
disposition was cool. And when she went 
out it was only on cool nights to drink cool 
drinks and make cool glances at cool men. 

• Glamour Magazine 



186 




Stephanie Licwov, Azareen Zavareei, Laura Brewer and Rachel Cochran Above: Kim Walker Sue Hill on Spring Break Above: Audrey Gudger 



Men aren't pigs — pigs are smarter. 



Cheers 



Being against men is like being against 
death. I don't see the point. 

• Margaret Drabble 



187 






Brian Brouse 



Steve Sackandy Above: Kirk Miller 



Don't ever try to talk to me 
in the morning if you want 
anything good to come out 
of it. • D.S. 




Jennifer Ireton 



Brian Bussell 



Matt Suter 



189 



Shawn Snyder and 
Donald Moore Far 
right: Preston GilJ 




John Coates, Darren Wyville, Mike Tate and Lisa Oertcl 



... I realized I was beginning to love these 
people. I loved their little quirks and idi- 
osyncracies, and what appealed to nne was 
their willingness to ignore the rules and just 
be themselves. • David Byrne 



190 





Julie Huffman 
Above: Malcolm 
Rogers Clockwise 
from left: Lisa 
Marcovich, Joyce 
Mears, Vicky Burgess, 
Christy Detwiler, Ker- 
ry Maguire *The UG- 
LY photos are cour- 
tesy of Brenda 
Burroughs, who took 
pictures of rhe girls on 
her hail at 2 A.M. 
during finals. 



Jen Zimmerman Above: Dr. Alien Hamner 



If you feel good, you look good. • anonymous 

You can't judge a book by its cover, but you 
can judge a man by his ugly plaid jacket. 

• anonymous 



191 




Ashley Cowder Above: Vicky Burgess and Professor Charles Presar 



0X brothers Bob Motzel, Dean Bono, Fred Langsam, Jeff Rose and Dave 
Edwards m the tug of war during Greek Week. Above: Matt Gibson, 
Laura Pizoli, Steve Jones and Paige Austin 



If you guys know so much about women, 
how come you're here, at like, the Gas & 
Sip, on a Saturday night, no women any- 
where? • Say Anything 



192 




Scotc McVey lighting 
the candles at the Fes- 
tival of Lessons and 
Carols. 



Brian Capellaro 



Front row: Shelley Gough and Susanna McConnell Second row: 
Sandy Pratt, Diane Runner, Leigh Merchant, Dorothy Jessee Third, 
row: Sarah Ketterer, Karen Czysz, Jen Zimmerman, Julie 
Huttman, Lysa Rochat 



If being afraid is a crime, then 
we all hang side by side. 

• The Replacements 



193 



Kristi Cyrus and 
Stephanie Paul 




Bill Saunders 



Andrew McCarthy 



George Bush says he hears the quiet peo- 
ple others don't. I've got a friend in L.A. who 
hears the quiet people others don't, and 
he's got to take a lot of medication. 

• Albert Brooks 



194 





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Rich Work Above: Stephanie Dillon and 
Christa Washington 



Kyle Minor 



John Wesley in surgical clothing. Above: 
Jennifer Braine and Elizabeth Brisky 



I believe there comes a 
time when everything just 
falls in line 

We live and learn from our 
mistakes, the deepest cuts 
are healed by faith. 

• Pat Benatar 



195 



Addotta, Rich 


. 12 


124 


Alexander, Elise 


. 12 


1.^0 


Alkire, Lori , . . 


106 


126 


Allen, Beth . . 


100 


171 






106 


Allen, Randy 


114, 


115 


Altimus, Drew 


92, 


105, 
125 


Amidon, Brad 


- 9, 


180 


Anderson, Scott 




106, 




137, 


139 


Antolini, Chris . 




92 


Arbogast, Will . 




12 


Arndt, AUyn . . . 




100 


Aronson, Beth . 


. 92, 


173 


Austin, Paige . . 


. 12, 


192 


Axel, Tanja .... 


1.^2, 


133 


Avers, Loretta . . 




H7 



Bailey, Dallas .... 44, 74 

Bailey, Jeff 117 

Bailey, Ken 106, 1 16 

Bailey, Melissa . 100, 128, 
129, 172, 173 

Baird, Mike 2 

Ball, Jim 161, 162 

Banks, Art . 12. 120, 182 

Banks, Sharon 141 

Barati, Beth 12 

Bargeloh, Beth 106 

Barlow, Karen 128 

Barlow, Sharon ... 12, 45, 
54, 126, 142 

Barnes, Amy 143 

Barreiro, Tim . . 106, 167, 
168 

Bart, Josh 92 

Barth,Jeff 114 

Basham, Amy 126 

Basham, James 12 

Basham, Paige 128 

Bauknight, Dwayne . 122 

Baum, Bill 115 

Bayne, Cindy . . 8, 12, 41, 

132, 137 

Bazo, Ann 173 

Beardmore, Cindy . . 100, 

126, 141 
Beaton, Sherril . 100, 129 

Bechtle, Jeff 106 

Beck, Phil 100, 141, 

145 

Beck, Rodney 114 

Bemer, Lou ... 122, 123 
Bercovitz, J. Peter ... 74 

Berry, Anona 74 

Berry, Thad 151 

Betras, Tom . 12, 37, 118 

Bhatia, Praycrna 92 

Bibey, Lance 162 

Birt, Juhe . . 92, 174, 183 

196 



Blough, Anita 106 

Bohman, John . 118, 119 
Bohman, Matt . . . 35, 92, 

178 

Bohman, Paul 107 

Bomberger, Heather . 45, 

100, 126, 141, 145 

Bond, Christie .... 9, 13, 

100, 128, 129 

Bond, Jay 122, 123 

Bono, Dean 192 

Bontempo, Dan .... 1 16 

Boocks, Elizabeth .... 13, 

130, 186 

Booth, Herb 114 

Booth, Sheryl 107 

Bowden, Jon 93 

Boyd, Ron 1 16 

Boyle, Maureen .... 8, 45 

Braine, Jennifer . . 11, 13, 

116, 126, 195 

Braine, Robert 74 

Branch, Kellee 93 

Brand, Roberta 107, 

126, 127 
Brann, Chris ... 122, 123 
Brautigan, Brad .... 116, 

168 

Breading, Sandra . . . 107, 

126, 171 

Breckenridge, John 101 

Breit, Curtis 122 

Brewer, Laura . . 100, 128, 

187 

Bright, Howard . . 47, 74 

Brisky, Elizabeth . . 13, 50, 

135, 145, 195 

Britten, Tim 93 

Britton, Lee .... 13, 139 
Broderick, Kristine ... 13, 

130 
Brookman, Lori . 93, 184 

Brouse, Brian 188 

Brown, Jeff ... 101, 124 
Brown, Kathy .... 13, 41 
Brown, Michael M. . . . 93, 

136 

Brown, Michael S 6, 

45, 106, 107, 124 

Brunk, Dana ... 9, 100, 

128, 184 

Buchwalter, Sarah . . 100, 

128 
Buck, Charles . . 122, 123 
Buerger, Michael ... 114 

Buono, Dean 122 

Burdett, Tom 95 

Burdick, Jennifer ... 128 

Burgess, Vicky .... 9, 13, 

41, 128, 191, 192 

Burner, Joey 93 

Burrell, Medina 93 

Bussell, Brian . . 118, 189 
Butcher, Joe 116 

c 



Cable, Bob 171 

Calef, Rich 75 

Camp, Beth . . . 107, 159 



Camp, Danny ... 13, 162 

Campbell, Bill 121 

Campbell, Margaret . . 75, 

141 

Candella, Dave 174 

Capellaro, Brian .... 193 
Capp, Cindy , . , 100, 159. 
169, 171 
Capp, Sandy .... 69. 101, 
158, 159, 171, 178 
Capstack, Ernest 75, 

141 

Carey, Cliff 180 

Carlson, Ken 13, 44, 45, 

48, 1.36, 144 

Carlson, Trac7 . . 14, 126 

Carlton, Andy 3 

Carroll, Ann 93, 99 

Carroll, Gale 14 

Carsillo, Tami . . 14, 128 
Carver, Matt 47, 48, 

121 
Cash, Jennifer . . 107. 130 

Casto, Jodi 2 

Casto, Vickey 159 

Chambers, Cherie . , 3, 14, 

126, 127, 179 

Chatman, Henri .... 162 

Chelf, Roger 75 

Chiarello, Nicole ... 174 
Chidester, Sherry ... 107 

Chipps, Steven 35 

Cho, Joon 93 

Choi, Joo-Won 101 

Claar, Julie 14, 183 

Clark, Allison ... 7, 175 

Clark, Dorothy 14 

Clark, Teresa 93 

Clawson, Lisa 14 

Clawson, Paul 76 

Clay, Aaron 107 

Clay, Jeff 101 

Cliffe, Wendy .... 11. 14, 

126, 127 

Cline, Steve 14, 1 14, 

181 
Clutter, Michele 14, 126 

Coates, David 75 

Coates, John 190 

Cochran, Rachel .... 128, 

187 

Coffin, Sue 124, 130 

Coffinbarger, Rick . . 118 
Cofield, Nanc7 ... 48, 76 
Cogar, Regenia . . 93, 141 

Collins, Drew 101 

Colson, Carl 76 

Cook, Darrell . . 107, 121 
Cook, Ken . . 4, 161. 162 
Cookman, Don . . 15, 1 16 
Cooperider, Sheryl . . 107. 
132, 133 
Corathers, Elizabeth . . 93 
Coston, Herb .... 44, 76 

Coston, Phyllis 76 

Cotgreave, Scott . . 6. 101, 

124 

Coughlin, Dan 122 

Coupe, Tom 93 

Courtice, Thomas .... 33, 
45, 46, 47, 56 



Covey, Jane 93 

Covey, Jo 93 

Cowan, Chris 93 

Cowder, Ashley .... 192 
Cox, Amy . 101, 130, 175 

Cramsie, Jim 124 

Crane, Shelly 126 

Craven, Patricia 89 

Creighton, BiU 153 

Cress well, Stephen ... 77 
Criss, Jayme . . . 107, 126 

Crites, John 94 

Crites, Randy 162 

Cross, Diane . . . 101, 132 

Crouse, Marc 94 

Crouso, Denise 15 

Crouso, Denny ... 4, 143, 

162 

Crowl, Darlene 101 

Crutchfield, Benjamin . . . 

77 

Crutchfield, Jane .... 77 

Curry, Lisa 107 

Cussins, Charlotte ... 107 
Cyrus, Kristi ... 101, 128, 

194 

Cziner, Betsy 159 

Czysz, Karen . . . 104, 126, 
127, 193 

D 



D'Souza, Michele , . . 107 
Damratoski, Darlene .... 
126, 127 
Danza, Mark ... 94, 143 
Darwent, Darren 37, 38 

Davis, Julie 128 

Davis, Michelle . 170, 171 

Davis, Terecia 15 

Davis, Tracey . . 126, 127 
Davison, Shaun . . 6, 140. 

151 
Dawedeit, John .... 116, 

117 

Dawson, Dawn 15 

Dawson, Jim .... 15, 53, 

116 

Dean, Beth .... 101. 132. 

135. 141, 145 

Dean, Sherry 15, 48 

DeBolt, Jenny 2, 41, 

169, 171 
DeCello, Mike . 160, 162 

Deeds, Rick 122 

Dees, Caroline 77 

Defoe, Mark . . 45, 49, 77 

DeHart, Sherry . 107, 130 

Dehring, Robert ... 3. 15. 

150. 151 

Dejesus, Mike 151 

DeMotto, Matt ... 8, 122 
Dempsey, Leslie . 98, 131 
Denton, Callie .... 4, 41, 
130, 175 
Detwiler, Christy . . . 107, 
130, 191 
DiBacco, Eric . . 116, 168 
Diehl, Tract .... 94, 143 



Dillon, Stephanie 


... 195 


Dixon, Cheryl . , , 


45, 104, 




107, 139 


Dixon, Kristine . . 


15, 126 


Dixon, Robin 


94, 131 


Dobberstein, Trina . . 78 


Doleschal, Beth . 


... 101, 




128 


Donahue, Tracy . 


. . . 107, 




130, 175 


Donalson, Deron 


. . 8, 15, 




122 


Dorn, Melissa . . . 


. 15,45, 




141 


Dorn, Michael 


. 16,45 


Dorsey, Beth 


16, 164, 




165 


Downham, Anne 


. . . 107, 




130 


Downham, Matt 


. . . 122, 




123 


Drake, Marcia . . . 


. 16, 78 


Drake, Paul .... 


. 7, 108 


Duffy, Kelley . . . 


94, 131 


Dufour, Natalie . 


4 


Duggan, Kevin . . 


. . . 168 


Duke, Mike .... 


. . . 116 


Duncan, Robin . . 


94, 141 


Dunmire, Rachelle 


... 16, 


45, 


116, 130 


Dziubek, Laura . 


16, 130, 




131 



Eader, Marty 1 19 

Eberhart, Charlie . 5, 183 
Ebersbach, Dave ... 116 
Eddy, Christa . , 131, 175 
Edwards, Dave 122, 

192 

Ehrhardt, Mate 94 

Elges, Dave 114 

EUingsen, Oivind . . . 148, 

151 

Ellis, Frank 78 

Ellis, Sheri 94 

Elson, Beth Ann .... 101, 

130 

Epler, John 16 

Erbey, Elaine ...... 2, 16 

Eshbaugh, Linda 35, 

101, 126 
Evangelisti, Robert . . 116 

Evans, Dee Dee 101, 

1.30, 131 
Ewing, Sarah 94 

F 



Fabbricatore, John 16, 

116, 168 

Fabbricatore, Vince . 116 

Fahrner, Stacy 8, 9, 

101, 128, 129 
Farber, Joe 1 18 



Farr, Tammy . . 132, 133 
Farrell, Martha ... 16, 41. 

139 

Faucett, Alice .... 16, 44, 

45, 120, 137 

Feeney, Thomas 17 

Fell, Dave 94 

Fenstermaker, Marty 

17, 45, 49, 126 

Fichter, Gary 6 

Fichter, Scott 6 

Fineza, David ... 17, 124 
Fisher, Karen . . 165, 170, 

171 

Fitzgerald, Ed 122 

Flannery, Mike 94 

Fleming, Christa 94 

Flooks, George . . 17, 140, 

148, 151 

Flower, Jane .... 17, 128 

Fluke, John 78 

Foery, EUsc 102, 126 

Fonner, Jenny 132 

Forbes, Craig ... 94, 136 
Ford, Jeff ... 6, 105, 124 
Foxx, Milton .... 39, 102 
Franks, Alan ... 6, 17, 44, 
52 
Fredericks, Alexandra .... 

108 

Freeborough, Jim . . . 17, 

51, 57, 124 

Friday, WiUie Ray . . 120 

Frierson, Robyn 94 

Fruh, Jean 78 

Frum, Mary ... 39, 141 
Fugitt, Elizabeth .... 108, 

141 
Furr, Chris 94 

G 

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Galassi, Sue .... 17, 128 

Gale, Andrew 94 

Galow, MicheUe . 17, 126 
Galzerano, Christine . . 17 

Gamage, Sean 122 

Gamble, Amy . . 108, 113 
Gamble, Howard .... 95 

Gansalus, BiUy 95 

Garcia, Mario 151 

Garden, Gary 124 

Garrett, Cole .... 7, 102 
Gatto, Anne . . . 130, 173 

Geimer, Wendy .... 100, 
128 

Gibson, Matt 192 

Gifford, Rob ... 45, 116 

Giles, WendeU 162 

Gill, Preston 4, 160, 

162, 190 

Gilson, Jim 168 

Goehring, Nancy . . . 108, 
171 

Gola, Denise 95, 129 

Goldstein, Debbie . 95 

Good, Michele . . 95, 131, 

141 



Gooden, Tammi 


. . . 102, 




130 


Goodman, Bruce 


9, 




114, 115 


Goodnight, Scutt 


. . . 116, 


117. 


166, 168 


Gothard, Susan . . 


69, 102, 


130, 


158, 159 


Gough, Shelley 


. . . 102, 


132, 


133, 193 


Graham, Alicia . 


. 18, 48 




.... 18 


Graham, Suzy . . . 


... 174 


Granata, Jane . . . 


45, 108, 




136, 141 


Gray, Emily 


102, 130, 
1 S 1 


Gregg, Kathy , . . 


.... 79 




171 


Gretz, Kcllcy . . . 


126, 143 




126 


Griffin, Dave . . 


102, 118 


Grimes, Doug . . 


114, VA 


Grimmett, Gina . 


. . . 102, 




130, 185 


Groover, Greg . . 


... 174 


Grose, Cmdy 


102, 130 


Grossi, Glen .... 


18, 124 




18 


Gruver, Greg . . . 


... 108 


Gudger, Audrey . 


... 145, 




187 


Guercio, Julie . . . 


. »2, 95 


Gum, Kerry . . 18, 4 1. 44, 


45, 


128, 145 


Gum, Tony 


79 


Gustafson, Torgeir 


... 18, 


135, 137. 140, 


148, 151 


Guthro, Jim 


1 ^4 


H 


Haas, Kathy .... 


79, 163, 




165 


Haas, Suzanne . . . 


.... 79 


Hackam, Miriam 


6 


Haeussler, Brett 


, . 118 




... 151 


Hall Kim 


. . 128 


Hammons, Troy 


... 168 


Hamner, Allen . 


. 79, 191 


Hamrick, Steve 


. . . . 147, 




168 


Hansen, Mark 


108, 118 


Harden, Steve . 


168 


Hare, John .... 


95 


Haren.Jeff 


. 47, 118 


Harman, Missy 


. ... 130 


Harman, Tim 


. 18, 124 


Hart, Rebecca Sue 


... 18, 




126 


Hartshorn, Jennifer 




108, 132 


Hassel, Cyndi . . 


95 


Hathaway, Lisa . 


. ... 159 


Haynes, Debbie 


102, 




126 


Hazlett, Angela 


. .. 5,95 



Heaton, Scott 121 

Hedrick, Melissa 95 

Heere, Matt .... 95, 121 

Heim, Holly 128 

Helm, Amy . . . 102, 126 
Helsel, Denise ... 18, 126 

Hendrix, Toby 118 

Henry, Kenny 2, 18 

Henry, Kevin 122 

Herb, Greg 114 

Hersman, Deanna ... 130 

Hetz, Kim 8, 186 

Heyl, Jcnmfer ... 19. 126 
Hiedemann, Annette 80 

Hile, Phil 179 

Hill, Sue . 9, 19, 130, 187 
Hinegardner, Tammy . . . 

165 

Hines, Andrew 151 

Hinkle, Mike . 167, 168 
Hinkle, Robm . . 19, 130 

Holmes, Arthur 80 

Holswade, Chris .... 114, 

181 

Hoover, Greg 122 

Hoover, Howard .... 19, 

118 

Hoover, Knsti 132, 

133, 136 

Hopkins, Laurie .... 102, 

132, 141, 145 

Hornbeck, Christina . . 19, 

45, 51 

Hoshino, Hitoshi . 19, 55 

Howard, Edwina ... 116, 

130, 175 

Howard, Lea 174 

Hubbard, Jay 95 

Huffman, Julie 102, 

191, 193 

Hughes, Phil 181 

Hunter, James 1 16 

Huston, Peggy . . 35, 108 

Hyatt, John 95 

Hyre, Kelly . 95, 165, 173 

I 



Ifert, Danette .... 45, 49, 

108, 136, 144 

105, 126 

Incrocci, Beth 130 

Ireton, Jennifer ... 8, 189 

Irvine, Edic 19, 45 

Irwin, Bill 95 

J 

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Jackson, Joann 128 

Jacobs, Pam 8, 108, 

130. 131 
Jacobson, Kelly .... 102, 

130, 175 

jaquelin, Charles-Pierre . . . 

19, 137, 151 



Jarrell, Jennifer ... . 108, 

130 
Jasko, Chrissy , , . 19. 113. 

128 

Jelmert, Erik 95 

Jcnka, Lisa 139 

Jenkins, Sally . . 102, 115, 

128 
Jenness, Sonja . . . 96, 143 

Jensen, Christine 96 

Jessee, Dorothy 103, 

193 
Jones, Amy . . 19, 35, 50, 

126 
Jones, Steve .... 20, 1 18, 

192 
Judy, Wesley 20 

K 

Kahley, Dawn .... 20, 41, 
130, 172, 173 

Kanai, Mike 124 

Karlik, Ann . 20, 45, 126 
Katshir, Kim ... 20, 41, 
45, 126 
Kavanagh, Scott .... 124 
Kay, Tracianne . . 20, 130 

Keating, Chip 9, 80 

Keech, Kelli . . 2, 20, 130 

Keeler, Scott 114 

Kelleher, Tom 181 

Keller, Mika .... 96, 131 

Kelley, Jenniler 96 

Kerns, Charleen . , 2, 103 

Kerr, Heather 96 

Ketterer, Sarah 103, 

137, 193 

Kim, Yoon-Tae 20 

King, Joel 114 

Kirk, Abbey 137 

Kish, Sarah .... 108, 126, 

165 
KJausewitz, Ronald . . 80 
Klebez, George . 80, 1 5 I 

Klein, John 20 

Kleinedler, Bob .... 108, 

141 
Klimek, Mark . . 20, 124, 

125 
Klimek, Victoria .... 108 
Klofach, Linda 103, 

Knorr, Cindy . . 130, 159 

Knorr, Judy 81 

Koach, Lucas 96 

Koach, Wes 118 

Konetzny, Tom 21, 

116, 117 
Konyu-Fogel, Georgine . . 

81 

Kopp, Suzy ... 21, 33, 40, 

41,42, 130, 180 

Koster, Rob 35, 45 

Kovack, Mary Frances .... 

96 
Krakower, Jodi .... 103 

Kraus, Liz 98, 131 

Kraus, Mark . 21, 116 



Krieger, Craig 124 

Kuba, Mike .... 81, 174 



Labbe, Heidi 103 

Lacey, Carol 96 

Lacorte, Josh 122 

Laderach, Anna . . 21, 45, 
137, 139 

LaFayette, Paul 168 

Laign, David . . 116, 117 

Lamrouex, Jenny . . . 108, 

128, 129 

Langsam, Fred 7, 122, 

192 
Lantz, Chris . . 21, 118, 

119 

Lash, Jim 9, 137 

Lauriia, Rich ... 21, 168 

Lazzari, Becky .21, 163, 

164, 165, 171 

Leatherman, Troy . 149, 

151 

Lee, Judith 21 

Leeson, Trish ... 21, 130 

Leigh, Alice 81, 143 

Lengoasa, Queen . . 4, 21, 

41, 56, 140 

Leo, Diane . . 92, 96, 159 

Lepp, Bil 6, 96 

Lewis, Barbara . 109, 132 

Lewis, Delroy 151 

Lewis, Paula 165 

Lewis, Sara 109, 173 

Ley, Lisa 126 

Licwov, Stephanie . . . 128, 

187 

Light, Steven 22 

Lilley, John .... 103, 116 
Lindsey, Robert .... 114 
Linger, Lisa . . 103, 132, 

135 
Linn, Came .... 96, 141 

Linzer, Tim 118 

Lively, Alisa 139 

Lloyd, Sherard . 161, 162 
Lomax, Yvctte . . 96, 14 1 
Londeree, Sharon .... 22, 
44,45 
Long, Kathleen . 81, 144 
Longerbeam, Mary 139 

Loudin, Tim 82 

Lovell, Uura . 109, 130 
Lowe, Allison . 22, 45, 50 
Lynott, Patrick . 22,1 18 

M 

ainMt*^'!"!!?*, Ill' -''-^ •" — 

Maaghul, Mary ... 4, 180 

Macbeth, Drew 116 

Macbeth, Liz 126 

Maguirc, Kerry 109, 

131, 191 

Mahoney, William ... 82. 

114 



197 



Malakul, Prin 
Malcolm, Richard 
Mallory, Carolyn . 
Mallory, William 
Malone, Shannon 
Mamula, Rich , - - 



Mansfield, Allen .... 
Manzini, Tracy . . . 37 
46, 50, 109, 1.30, 
Marcovich, Lisa .... 

Marks, Dee 22, 

Marks, Rob 

Marsden, Dean 

Marsh, Darrin . . . 23, 

Marshall, Dawn 

Marteney, Darlene . . . 

Marteny, Roger 

Martinides, Tiffany . . . 
Martz, Kyle . . . 167, 



Mason, Mary Beth 



Mattia, Cathy 

Mausshardt, Rodney . . 

McArdle, Paul . . 48 



McAuley, Beth . . 
McBrayer, Donna 

McBrayer, Nathan 

109, 137 
McCallum, Daniel 
McCarthy, Andrew 
McCarty, Teresa 
McCauley, David 
McCIain, Russell . 
McConaha, Sean . 



McConnell, Susanna 

109, 126, 14 
McCormick, Rodger 
McCoy, Mickey . . 
McDonald, Steve 
McFarland, Gregg 
McGinn, Mike . . 
McGrew, Loretta . 
Mcllvaine, WiU . 
McKeever, Jini 
McKnight, John . 



McMannis, Jim 
McMillin, Doug . 

McNemar, Randy 
McNemar, Tim 
McVey, Scott . . . 



118, 



McWhorter, Francis . . 
Mears, Joyce . . . 109, 
Meers, Katie . . . 103, 
Meissner, Bonnie . . . 

Mele, John 23, 

Mendieta, Pablo . . 23 

Merchant, Leigh . . 6, 
132, 133, 
Merritt, Dave . . 114, 
Messinger, Dave .... 



31 
114 

82 

82 

96 
118, 
184 
120 
,38, 
186 
109, 
191 
132 
114 

96 
168 

96 

46 
109 

96 

168, 

179 

23, 

51 
126 
■ 4, 

23 
,49, 

82 

22 

103, 

144 

45, 

144 

96 
194 
180 

83 

56 
97, 
143 
. 8, 
193 

83 
168 
162 

97 

97 

22 
151 

22 
168, 
179 
185 
109, 
119 

83 
168 
145, 
193 

83 
191 
139 
103 
114 
,45, 

54 
103, 
193 
115 
118 



Michaud, Melanie ... 128 
Milam, Leigh ...... 132 

Milburn, David . . 46, 83 

Miller, Dave 97 

Miller, Dawnetta .... 158, 
159, 169, 171 

Miller, Hilary 109 

Miller, Jeffrey . . . 23, 103, 

151 
Miller, Keith ... 23, 124 
Miller, Kirk . 23, 49, 188 
Miller, Mary Rowe ... 23 
Miller, Reese . . . 109, 124 

Miller, Todd 118 

Miller, Wendy . 3, 23, 47 
Milliken, Lani . . 97, 141 

Minor, Kris 24 

Minor, Kyle . . 5, 45, 109, 

195 

Minton, Becky .... 4, 24, 

128, 172, 173 

Mitsch, Bill 116 

Moats, Christina 24 

Mohan, Allison 128 

Mollison, Kelly 130 

Montgomery, Rob . . . 24, 
36, 37, 116, 130 

Moore, Bill 109 

Moore, Chris 84 

Moore, Diane . . . 24, 171 
Moore, Donald . 124, 190 

Moore, Dunna 51 

Moore, Ed 145 

Moore, Greg .... 24, 1 16, 

117 

Moore, Nate .... 24, 1 14 

Moran, Michelle .... 126, 

163, 165, 169, 171 

Morgan, Beth . . 3, 24, 37, 

38, 132 

Morgan, Kim 103 

Morgan, Lauren .... 128 
Morrissette, Ashly ... 84 
Morrissette, Barbara . . 84 
Morrone, KeUy . . 97, 180 

Morse, Kathy 97 

Motzel, Bob .... 24, 122, 

192 

Mow, Joseph . 89 

Msaitif, Emmy 103 

Mueller, Matthew .... 24, 
45, 124 

Muldoon, Jim 121 

Murrin, Tim 168 

Myers, Ken , . 3, 109, 137 

N 



Nair, Kumeran 84 

Nanners, Ken . . 25, 1 14 

Nanners, Steve 114 

Nease, Rod 116 

Nee, John . . 25, 124, 173 
Neighborgall, Clark . . 97, 

139 

Nevin, Turn . 118 

Nevins, John ... 25, 114, 

184 



Nicholson, Bridget . . 171 

Nicholson, Jeff 122 

Nickell, Pat 89 

Norvell, Betty 84 

Nury, David . . 3, 97, 137, 
151 

o 



O'Halloran, Jean .... 85 
Gates, Jamie .... 45, 109, 
126, 127 
Oertel, Lisa . . 9, 104, 128, 
129, 190 
Ohsol, Pete . . 3, 114, 115 
Olofson, Susan . 109, 132 

Olson, Reginald 85 

Onley, Ted 120 

Opuszynski, Laurie . . . 39, 
137 

Orr, Brenda 141 

Osburn, Tammy . , 25, 44, 
45,48, 51, 165 
Ostrolenk, Mike . . 37, 38, 
97 
Ottenritter, John . 6, 124 
O'Brien, Robert 85 



Page, Dave .... 109, 114 
Pagnotto, Steve .... 116, 

168 
Parcha, Becky ... 97, 159 
Parker, Becky . . 128, 145 

Parker, Bruce 4, 47, 

137, 160, 162, 181 

Parker, Emily .... 25, 36, 

37, 41, 52, 116, 130 

Parris, Lester ... 149, 150, 

151 
Parrish, Rachel 132 

Parsons, James 137 

Parsons, Kirk .... 25, 36, 

37, 118 

Parsons, Larry ... 85, 118, 

183 

Patti.Jeff 122 

Paul, Stephanie . 128, 194 

Paxton, Tammy .... 100, 

104, 128 

Pearce, Jenniter . . 25, 36, 

37, 38, 45, 130 

Pecchioli, Jed 25 

Pellagrino, Ashley ... 37, 

38, 97 

Percynski, Scott .... 124 

Perinis, EUie ... 131, 143 

Perry, Emily 132 

Perry, Jim 9, 25 

Peters, Paula . , 25, 36, 37, 
41, 118, 126 

Peters, Scott 121 

Petway, Brette . . 26, 130 

Phillips, April . . 104, 128, 

173 



Phillips, Bridget 97 

Phillips, Meg . . . 37, 104, 

126 

Pierson-Keating, April . . . 

8, 109, 136 

Pifer, Heather 97 

Pile, Ted 118 

Pillo, Melissa Ann .... 26 

Pinkerton, Barb 97 

Pinnell, Jenean .. 26, 132 
Pizoli, Laura . . 5, 26, 130, 

192 
Piatt, Kim .... 104, 132, 

133 
Plaugher, Ralph ... 110 

Potts, Shawn 131 

Pratt, Sandy 6, 104, 

132, 193 

Presar, Charles . . 85, 192 

Presar, Craig . 26, 46, 53, 

68 

Presar, Sandra 86 

Prete, Nicole ... 110, 128 
Price, Kim .... 110, 137 
Pruchnicki, Candi ... 97 
Prunty, Steve .... 26, 44, 

118 
Pyles, Gaylene .... 26, 53 



Q 



Quigley, Pat . 6, 110, 124 

Quillen, Barbara .... 104 

Quinlan, Barbara 110. 

128 



Radin, Melissa . . 26, 130 
Rainey, Lee Ann .... 104, 

165 
Ramey, Michelle . 26, 137 
Ramsey, Trish , 110, 141 

Randle, Evan 104 

Rashid, Rich . . 110, 118, 

137 

Ratliff, Amy 48 

Rauer, Lanny 56 

Rausch, Dave ... 26, 1 14 

Ray, Helen 27 

Reed, Burt 143, 168 

Reed, Sandy ... 110, 132 

Reger, Mike 27, 53, 

122, 123 

Reich, Heidi 137 

Reichard, Molly 27, 

126, 143, 159 

Reid, Mike 116 

Reinsch, Marianna . . 100, 

128 

Reiss, Mark 116 

Richards, Mike 97 

Richardson, Barbara . 44 
Richter, G Paul 86 



Rightsell, Scott 168 

Ringhiser, Todd .... 168 

Rittinger, Rich 137, 

168 

Roach, Jim 27, 1 16 

Roberts, Ronnie . . 27, 54 
Robinson, Jane 27, 130 
Rochat, Lysa . . . 104, 133, 
193 
Roden, Liz . , 27, 45, 132 
Rodgers, Hilary .... 131, 
137, 143 
Rogers, Laurie . . 98, 141 
Rogers, Malcolm .... 191 

Rogers, Mike 56 

Romolo, Lisa ... 27, 130 
Rose, Jeff 4, 36, 37, 

122, 123, 192 
Rosencrance, Susan 128 

Ross, James 27 

Ross, Stephanie ... 39, 98 

Ross, Tonya 128 

Ross, Vance .... 86, 179 

Rotenberry, Tammy . . 39, 

46, 98, 143 

Rowan, Marsha 98 

Rowe, Meg ... 27, 41, 45, 
71, 132, 135, 141 

Rudick, Steve 114 

Runner, Diane 104, 

132, 133, 193 
Russell, John . , 104, 124 
Ryan, KcUie 7, 98 



Sackandy, Steve .... 188 
Sams, Tami .... 104, 141, 

165 
Sanderson, Gail 110 

Sanford, Matt 114 

Satler, Laurie 131 

Saunders, Bill . . 116, 168, 

194 

Saunders, Blanton 8 

Saunders, John 86 

Scarborough, Suzanne 

104, 141 
Scares, Dennis . . . 28, 124 
Schlechty, Dawn 28, 55 

Schmidt, John . . 28, 124 
Schmitt, Carla ... 28, 41, 
55, 126 
Schofield, Tracy . 28, 128 
Schuhmann, Tim ... 118, 

184 
Schwartz, Aimee ... 128 
Seastone, Karen .... 105, 

130 

Sechrist, Missy 128 

Selinger, David 98 

Sells, Ken . . 28, 124, 137 

Sevaldsen, Stig 137, 

140, 151 
Shackleford, Lee 5, 145 
Shaffer, Lydia ... 28, 132 
Shaffer, Mike 137 



198 



Shaffer. Scott ... 91, 110, 
1.^9 

Shaffer, Steve 98 

Shaner, John 46, 98, 

143 

Shaw, Eric 118 

Shaw, Laurie 128 

Shaw, Mike 35 

Shaw, Sarah 98 

Shaw, Scott 114 

Shelton, Susan 128 

Sheppard, David .... 86 

Sheppard, Rebecca . . 110, 

136, 139 

Sheppard, Tracy 98 

Sherman, Sean . 151, 168 

Shibli, Shazia ... 98, 141 

Shimp. Amy ... 110, 130, 

174 

Shimp, Rich 98 

Shotter, Cyndi . 132, 173 
Siegel, Paulette . 170, 171 
Simmons, June Rose 89 

Sims, Guam 120 

Sims, Korey 137 

Sinnett, BiU 28 

Sked, Kim 132 

Skinner, Bob 87 

Skinner, Stephen .... 11, 
110, 124, 125 

Skirpa. Alex 1, HO 

Sluder,Jeff 110, 121 

Smith, Annette 105, 

132, 133 
Smith, Buddy 167, 168 

Smith, Carol 49, 1 10 

Smith, Christian .... 166, 
168 

Smith, Chiis 98 

Smith, David 122 

Smith, Donald 110 

Smith, Gene 98 

Smith, James . . . 87, 173 

Smith, Kim 130 

Smith, Shawn 28 

Snodgrass, JiU . Ill, 128 

Snow, Kristin 98 

Snyder. Ann ... Ill, 126 

Snyder, Mike 174 

Snyder, Shawn ... 6, 124, 

190 

Souers, Jennifer . . 28, 4 1 

Soverns, Richard ... Ill 

Sowers, John 118 

Sowers, Stephen 7 

Spanier, Thomas . . 29, 54, 
116 

Sparks, Karen 98 

Spohler, Brenda 29, 

113, 128 
Spt)naugle, Evelena ... 29 

Springer, Jill 57 

Stansfield, Jason .... 105, 
137, 151 

Staples, Mike 37, 38, 

111, 118 

Stark, Timothy 29 

Startzell, Sharon . . 29, 44, 
45, 141 

Stemple, Kendra 47, 

105. Ill, 126, 159 



Stewart, Brian 116 

Stillings, Scott 143 

Stire, Debbie 99 

Stoeckle, David .... 168 
Stolarski, Steven ... 3, 99 
Stonesifer, Jodi . 99, 141 
Storts, Brian . 29, 57, 184 

Stotler, Lance 99 

Stover, Jeff 29, 114 

Strand, Ann-Kristin ... 6, 

39, 99, 143 

Strayton, Rob .... 6, 124 

Strother, Bob 124 

Struble, Bill 87 

Stuart, Gwen .... 98, 99, 

142 
Studzinski, Dan .... 124, 

174 
Sullivan, Jeff 39, 99, 

145 
Suter, Matt ... 116, 189 

Suter, Mike 29 

Suw7n, MicheUe . . 92, 99 

Swan, Dave 1 36 

Swan, David Ill 

Sw^arm, Gina . . 126, 171 

Swartz, Neil 122 

Swiergol, Mary Ann 

111, 126 

Swinler, Gretchen .... 29, 

55, 130 



Toomy, Patrick . . 




. 99 


Torbett, Shawn 




116, 
168 


Tracey, Evan 


53, 


122 


Tremont, Kerry . 




. 30 


Tronstad, Petter . 




135, 


137, 140, 149, 


150, 


151 


Trusler, Marjone 




. 88 


Tucker. Andrew 


30, 


182 


Tucker, Paula . . 


105, 


165, 
170 


Turner, Maria . . 




185 



u 



Uhrin, Rebecca 
Umstot, Tracy 



111 
99 



V 



Tackett, Dave .... 45, 68, 
118, 145 

Taft, Tad 114, 151 

Takanaka, Kiy . . 29, 135 

Tate, Mike 122, 190 

Taylor, Daniel 30 

Taylor, David 162 

Taylor, James .... 6, 105 

Taylor, Trevor 116 

Teaford, Dennis 30 

Tenney, Amanda 4, 

105. 171 

Tenney, Mark Ill 

Tenney, Mickey .... 168 

Tenney, Randy 168 

Thomas, Gina ... 8, 111, 
130, 131 
Thomas, J David .... 87 
Thomas, Sharon . 87, 159 
Thoinason, Audria . . 141 

Thomason, Cindy 8, 

105, 141 
Thompson, Jessica ... 99 
Thompson, Michael ... 6, 
140. 148, 151 
Thompson, Rubyn . . 165, 
170, 171 
Thosteson, Eric .... 124 

Thress, Rick 168 

Tirpak, Marcia 159 

Todd, Chris .... 46. 1 1 1 

Todd, Vicki . . , 164, 165 

Tomczyk, Christine . . 111. 

126 



Valentine, Darrell ... 162 
Vance, Marty . . 105, 171 
Vanderlinden, Valeta . . 2 
Vandertner, John ... Ill, 

118 
Van Horn, Alicia .... 141 
Vanoshand, Valeta . . 143 

VanReenan, Jay 30, 

121, 137 

Vasko, John 153 

Vaughns, Dana ... 4, 160, 

162 
Vealey, Sarah . . 128. 129 
Velasquez, Diantha . . 30 

Vieweg, Gwen 126 

Virant, Paul 115 

VonCulin,Jim 6 

Vrieswijk, Maryann . . 30 



VJ 



Wachter, Scott . . 99, 125 

Waddell, Beth 130 

Wahl, Joe 5, 178 

Walcavich, Greg . 162 
Walker, Kim . . 121, 187 
Walker. Tracy . 130, 137, 
181 
Walkup, LonJiU .... 41, 
49, 126, 127 
Walls, Margaret . . 49, 88 
Walter, Linda . . 128, 145 

Ward, Kelly 135 

Ware, Barbara 128 

Warner, John .... 71, 88 
Washington, Christa 

HI, 128, 186, 195 

Watring, Kim Ill 

Watson, Susan 131 

Watts, Sher>l . . Ill, 126 
Waugaman, Mike 122 



Webb, Joanne .... 30, 53 

Weimer, Wendy 30, 

124 

Weiss, Steve 13" 

Welliver, Kenneth . . . 49, 
88 

Wells, Donald 139 

Wendel, Tim . . 116, 168 

Wentz, Cindy 88 

Wertz, NoeUe 3, 128 

West, Mike 184 

West, Tony 99 

Westfall, Bridget .... 30 

Weth, Kevin 122 

White, John 168 

Whitlock, Ben . . 99, 124 

Wiest, Joseph 89 

Wilfong, Teresa 99 

Wilkins, Keith 31 

Wilks, Kado . . 161. 162 
Willenbucher, Tim 122 

Willett, Dennis 116 

Williams, Debbie .... 31. 
41.45,46. 130 

Williams, Kevin 105 

Williams, Laura 44, 

105, 137. 141 
Williams, Lincoln ... 114 

Williams, Lisette 41, 

132 
Williams, Nicole .... 99 
Williams, Toney .... 184 
Willis, Heather . . 99, 141 

Willis, Issac 162 

Wills, Philip 31, 122 

Wilmerink, Susan .... 1, 

105, 130 

Wilson, Chris . Ill, 118 

Wilson, Mindy 99 

Wilson, Scott . 31,53,57 

Winebrenner, Angela .... 

31 

Winspear, Linda 89 

Wise, Cindy .... 31, 126, 
143 

Wolfe, Buddy 31, 45, 

124 

Wolfkill, Susan 51 

Womsley, Sharon ... 130 

Wood, Gerald 89 

Wood, Nancy 89 

Woodard, Christy . . 126 
Work. Richard ... 31, 45. 
132. 195 
Wright, Lindy . . 99. 171 
Wj-ville, Darren .... 151. 
177, 179, 190 



Zara,Joe 122, 123 

Zavareei, Azareen .... 31, 

37. 38, 45, 128, 129, 187 

Zickefoose, Tammy . 130 

Zimmerman, Jen . . 105, 

132, 133, 191, 193 

Zucca, Heather 181 



Yoshikami, Tami ... 103. 

105, 130 

Young, Earl ... 105, 120 

Young, Paul 151 

Young, Scott ... 48, HI, 
121 



199 



Matt with his parents, Pete and Jane 
Thompson 




Nothing can make up for the absence of 
someone whom we (bve, and it woidd be 
wrong to try to find a substitute, we must 
shnpty hoid out and see it tftrou^fl That 
souTu£s very hard at jirst But at tfie same 
time; it is a ^reat cons o Cation, for the gap, as 
(ong as it remains unfided, preserves tlie 
bonds between us. It is nonsense to say that 
Godfdis the gap, he does not fid it, But on 
the contrary, he keeps it empty and so helps 
us to keep oXive our former communwn with 
each other, even at tfte cost of pain. 

• Macmdian 

Mattfiew H. Tfiompson 
FeBruary 24, 1970 — December 14, 1988 




Matt and his Uncle Dick 



200 



1989 Murmurmontis 



Editors: L^izabtxk Boocks, Betft. Barqdoh, HeatAer WiSixs 
Yearbook swff: Art Banks, Ldzc^eth Brisky, Jim Chiang, Toni 

Couft, Sonjajtnness, Bii.Le.pp, Clark NeighboTgaiH, 

Annette Smith 
Photos used in the. vodeybcdL, basktthcdL, basebcdl, softbcdi, ttmiis, 
and cross country pages are courtesy of Jim Warner. 

The thane of this book, "our few words," was taken from an 
incrediSie poem txtied "An 0(if Man on the River BanL" The poem 
was written by the. greek poet George Sefens, and it was tranifated^ 
by Edmund Keeky and Phihp Sherrard. 

Volume 79 of the Murmurmontis was printed by Toy (or PuBCisfiin^ 
Company in Daiias, Te;cas. 

Heartfelt appreciation is exitmkd to tAe stajj 0/ tht switchBoarcf, /or tfifir wonfc 0/ conomi 
and moral support; to Campus iccurity, /or checking on me in the yeatiook worn in tAe middtc of 
the. night and watting me to m^ cor ot 4 am; to Bet/t Rouer, for finding negatives and diurfulty 
printing scads off hows; to Dany(Cook, Beeca Hunter, Kyk Minor, myj-term doss, the giiis on 
tfie 3irf ani 4tA floors of Aggie, tAc cooeftes, and aii those in the Housing, Sports Information, 
Student Aid and Student Sen-ices offices, for helping with the chore of photo iifenufication; to 
Trina Do66erstein, for being optimistic and supportive; to Mifce Brown, De66ie Haynes, Kim 
Heu, DonaW Moore, Clorfc NeigAfiorgait Noveila Wooirum, and my parents, for doing (ay-outs 
and cropping pAotos; to Pam Alilman, Maureen McCaufley, and April Pierson-Keating, for 
editing and proof-reMing; to Jim Warner, for ta&ing the time out of his incrediBfy busy scheduie 
to print oil those photos: to our Taylor Representative Ron RicAanlson aitrf our Account 
Executive Tina Avery, for potientfy answering cdi of my questions; and' to Carole Bunten, BetA 
Incrocci, Cindy Knorr, Jenn O'Haflbran, and Laura PizoA, for stopping by the yearbook office to 
offer words of encouragement 

I would aiso like to express my eternal gratittuie to Daria Brunk, Brenda BurrougAs, 
Karen dysz, Robin Dixon, Craig For6es, Kim Heu, B06 Kfeinofler, Jennifer Ireton, Mary 
Moogfttd; LeigA McrcAant, Doradd Moore, Lauren Morgan, Ke% Morrone, Bruce Parfer, 
Tamm^ Paxton, Reiecca SAeppard, Kristin Snow, Virginia Tftomos, SaruA Vcaley, Tracy 
Wafter, and Noefle Wertz, for generously letting us use tAcir pAotos; to off tAe students and 
Jocuiity m£m6ei5 wAo toofe tAe time to suBmit tAeirJdvorite quotes; and to the students at West 
Virginia Wesleyan College, for giving the _year6oofe "a meaning and a goof' for the stajj. 

EtijaAetA Boocfc 



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