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ECKERD COLLEGE . . . THEN AND 

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30 SOMETHING 



YEARS OF GROWTH 





The arrival of furni- 
ture has been sur- 
rounded by great con- 
troversy. Last Wednes- 
day, the new dorm fur- 
niture arrived in 
Kappa. The first phase 
consisted of moving in 
new dressers and mov- 
ing out old ones. Many 
of the old dressers were 
considered unfit to auc- 
tion, and were left in 
piles between Kappa 
and Nu Dorms. During 
the weekend, these 
dressers were burned. 
(Photo by Kurt 
Henning) 





The 92-93 academic year marked the beginning of 
Eckerd's 33rd year. Over the past 33 years, Eckerd has grad- 
uated 29 classes and now, the 30th graduating class is ready 
to join the ranks of many Eckerd alums. Also over the past 
30 some years Eckerd has seen many changes. These 
changes are continuing into the upcoming years. 

Some changes which occurred during the 92-93 year 
were: the Galbraith Marine Science; new facelifts for Stu- 
dent Affairs, Campus Activities, PEL, Admissions and cur- 
rently Fox Quad and the Pub. The dorms even saw some 
changes throughout the year and over the summer, with 
new furniture and a complete overhaul of Kappa complex. 

The 93 yearbook is a conglomeration of the past, present 
and future of Eckerd College. Here's to 30 Something years 
of Eckerd College. 



AUTUMN TERM '93' 




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Some RA's harass Norah Green as she picks up her room key during registration. 



Meanwhile Cassandra Voigt, Brian Nicols and Happy Olmstead make signs to wel- 
come and direct students and their parents. 





Still carrying on the tradition of announcing upcoming events, the Pump House lets freshmen know the weekly fun events of Autumn Term. 



On Friday, August 14th, Eckerd Col- 
lege marked the beginning of Autumn 
Term. A time for freshmen to get to 
know one another without the presence 
of upperclassmen to intimidate them 
and to get a feel of college. For many, it 
was the first time they have been away 
from home. The RA's and orientation 
leaders welcomed them with open arms. 




Jason Schneider serves refreshments and advice to students and parents during registration. 



Jay Bell (Gerbel) contemplates throwing 
water balloons at the photographer 
during Funlympics. 



Jason Schneider encourages his dorm at 
tug-of-war. 




An unsuspecting freshman wonders 
how and why she gets to do all the fun 



Kim Hoffman (RA, Leighton), tells her 
residents to wait a second, "I've got a 
banana stuck somewhere down there ". 



John Ramirez and Vic Baez tug harder as 
they look upon their impending doom 
— a wading pool full of gook. 



During their first weekend at 
Eckerd, freshmen are invited to Presi- 
dent Armacost's house for a poolside 
luncheon — where they can relax and 
make use of the President's pool and 
dock. 




A new addition to Autumn Term was the Rollerblade Demonstration where students were able to rollerblade around 
campus for free during the weekend. 




Still yet another tradition of Autumn Term is "Go For It". A great way to meet 
other students outside of class and the Dorm complex. Here students learn to release 
stress (Bottom L.) by telling "Stress" to "get off my back". They also play silly 
games from their childhood like (Bottom R.) the traditional back-to-back sit down 
and get up exercise. Remember that . . . 




Fall Activities 

ECKERD COMES TOGETHER FOR STRESS RELIEF! 





Left, a mummy does the Monster Mash to the music 
of Webbed Feet at Zeta Halloween. Above, some par- 
ents enjoy the free ride around the bay sponsored by 
EC-SAR on Parents Weekend. Right, this bovine 
makes moo-ves on a fellow student at Zeta. 




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At Krazy Kappa Karnival, students played a different type of 
Twister, with boards on the floor, walls, furniture, and ceiling. Be- 
low, wooden ships, hanging sea life and blazing torches created a 
proper nautical atmosphere for Epsilon Shipwrecked. 



First Day of Loudness 

The First Day of Loudness marked the 
beginning of the new academic year and 
celebrated the return of the upperclassmen 
on campus. It also served the purpose of re- 
uniting both old and new friends. Students 
who attended were able to win any number 
of prizes by submitting their names into a 
drawing. Among the prizes offered were 
gift certificates for movies, restaurants and 
hotels. 

Delta Boxer Shorts 

A much more traditional party, the Delta 
Boxer Shorts, was held on Sept. 18. How- 
ever, due to controversy the Naughty 
Nighty Contest was not held. The Boxer 
Shorts Contest, however, was on as usual 
with both male and female contestants 
sporting boxers of silk and cotton, plain or 
patterned. 

Epsilon Shipwrecked 

Epsilon Shipwrecked begins the night 
before with the Beecher/Blakely Bid for 
Your Babe where the men of Beecher/ 
Blakely are auctioned off to the highest 
bidder(s). Those "sold" did whatever their 
buyer(s) wanted them to do from dressing 
in strange clothes, cleaning rooms, and car- 
rying books. 

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Bryan Bishop looks at his cards during a round of Blackjack 
on Casino Night. 



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More Fall Fun 




Mindy Bogue relaxes from the rigors of being Editor-in-Chief on the Tri- 
ton Tribune by looking for a prize in a pool of styrofoam peanuts, at Krazy 
Kappa Carnival. Right, an Epsilon Babe tries to convince the crowd to bid 
higher for him at Bid-For-Your-Babe. 



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Brenda Jensen shuffles the cards for 
another round of fun at Casino L 
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Casino Night 

This year during Parents Weekend, Ca- 
sino Night was held. People were given 
play money (for a small fee) to bet with in 
Blackjack, Poker, etc. At the same time, 
students and parents were entertained by 
an acoustic guitarist/vocalist out on Fox 
Patio. 




Kappa Karnival 

Changing from tradition, this year's Kar- 
nival was held in the evening rather than 
in the afternoon. Some of the games were 
the ring toss, penny toss, Moonwalk, and 
even a miniature golf course. However, the 
highlight of the party was definitely the 
dunking booth where Roger Sorochty (for 
those of you who were not there) proceeded 
to lose his trunks when dunked. Other 
dunkees were Professors Brooks and Th- 
ompson who braved the chilly weather so 
that students could dunk them. 

Zeta Halloween 

One of the biggest parties of the semes- 
ter is still Zeta Halloween. And as usual 
students came in various costumes, rang- 
ing from the average to the bizarre. Those 
in attendance saw costumes such as Griffin 
Chapel, nuns, members of the opposite sex, 
Vasques from Aliens, and maids. In keep- 
ing with tradition, this was the most at- 
tended party of the fall semester which was 
still happening until well into the wee 
hours of the morning. 



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Right, a contender in the Lei contest talks with 
his friends. Top, Gareth Sprock, a student DJ, 
cues up the next song for Delta Boxer Shorts. 
Middle, at the First Day of Loudness, Barbara 
Pio and Cindy Miller check out the roller 
blades provided by Totally! Windsurfing. Bot- 
tom, students dance and listen to the band. 
One, at Epsilon Shipwrecked. 



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At right, Nicola Checchia and Sam Neal 
take some time to talk while studying in the 
Complex Lounge. Below, Scott "Sco-pi" 
Hamilton kicks back from some serious re- 
search in the Cobb Library. 







Sometimes it is best not to ask what stu- 
dents are thinking about when they re- 
lax. 



Middle above, taking time off from working at the Continuing Educa- 
tion Center, Nicole Hord spends time with two close friends — Kurt 
Henning and Fernando the Flamingo. Above, Jennifer stretches after 
her nightly run. 




Everyone needs to tidy up their room some- 
times, so Chris hauls out the vacuum cleaner. 




Whether they are chilling at a volleyball game, 
or splashing about in Epsilon Pond, Eckerd 
students agree that Florida is the place to be. 





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iling in Dalton House. 




ECKERD STUDENTS DISPLAY 

Their Many Talents 







AT ECKERD HANGING WITH 
ROOMMATES AND FRIENDS IS A 

WAY OF LIFE. 





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Life in the Eckerd College dormitories saw many changes this year. Upon returning to 
campus, we were greeted by bright blue paint on the outside of the buildings to replace the 
fading earth tones. The inside of the dorms had gotten a "facelift" as well, with white gloss 
paint in the rooms replacing the institutional blue and yellow. Even better, we had new 
lounge furniture, both upstairs and downstairs, that was actually comfortable! Complex 
Coordinators became part of the Residential Life staff, and dorm presidents and vice- 
presidents went to "boot camp." 

Although this year brought us new faces and new friends, the personalities of the dorms 
continued to be a part of our Eckerd experience. Some things changed (the LADIES of 
Dante House???), but some things, like the friendships and the comraderie built in the 
dorms, will always stay the same. 




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Right, bottom: Mary McCarthy, Chapin Spencer, AH- 
cia Vereen (RA). Second row: Rebecca Tosca, Rebekah 
Glazer, Lisa Niemi, Lynnette Garlach. Third row: Fin- 
lay McDonald (Martin), Alejandro Moritani, Mark 
Knobelsdorf, Seth Jeannotte, Bill Rivers, Stephen Ed- 
wards. Fourth row: Bituel Vis, Jonathan Dion, Mat- 
thew Mohatt, Emmanuel Ruiz, Sebastian Gault. Not 
pictured: Jason Heon, Frantz Delphin, Takahiro Ko- 
buko, David Jones, Timothy Osgood II, Owen Smith, 
Damian Zimmerman, Megan Calchera, Kristen Dear- 
holt, Jennifer Ellerman, Anne Leonardson, Denise El- 
ston, Clancey Foley, Adana Green, Leah Wong. 




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Right: Allison Masley, Kristen 

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Left: Two sports fans stroll across campus. 
Below left: Freshman John Dion transfers his wet clothes 
into the dryer. 

Below: Kate Colussy, a senior, poses in the Gershwin 
hallway. 

Below right: Freshman Frantz Delphin engages in a favor- 
ite college pastime — sleeping. 

Right: Lisa, Lyn, and Alex spend some quality time in the 
dorm. 




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Right, bottom: Quincy Smith, Tiffany Pierce, 
Dave Sotsky, Eponine Samford, Eric Shulman. 
Second row: Kate Field, Kelly Enos, Leanna 
Birge. Third row: Rich Dame, Harry Zweifel, 
Matt Gibson, John, Jonathan Kephart, Lynne 
Very, Tim Martin, Nycole Tilson, joy Foley, 
Heather Grindstaff, Christina Lamb. Fourth 
row: Rino Rotta, John Buhrmann, Greg Daw- 
son (RA), Eric Schrimshaw, Rodney Chatman. 
Not pictured: DeVonne Thomas, Sherryl Gil- 
bert, Jeanette Cosden, Tressie Treece, Brandy 
Steed, Floyd Watkins, Jim Jensen, Jamie Imus, 
Andy Roddenberry. 

Oppostie page, bottom: Patricia Bodden, Tonya 
Houck, Allison Ward, Kim Ruesch, Fritzi 
Brocklebank. Second row: Kelly Cole, JoAnna 
Hood, Emily Mueller, Leigh Chapman, Renee 
Potoczny. Third row: Amy Benson, Kimberly 
Lesley, Christine Hamada, Jennifer Powell, 
Courtney Parker. Not pictured: Gina Cross, Jes- 
sica Tinklenberg, Sandra Turro, Nathalie Gou- 
let, Kate Colussy, Alison Griggs, Jessica Keith, 
Berna Munir, Jenny Asterhag, Amy Shmaltz, 
Candice Denby, Angie Tankersley. 




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Jaquier, Sheeren 
Zaidi, Michelle 
Mestler, Stacy Pea- 
zant (RA), Cassan- 
dra Curtis, Kara Fincher. Back: Eva Diana Krampotich, 
Lindy Wojcicki, Courtney Walker, Stacey Dittmar, 
Barbara Puskas. Not pictured: Amber Jancola, Cynthia 
Osborne, Maeve Dion, Gene Carlson, Larissa Romer, 
Julie Kates, Julie Caldwell, Jennifer Cox, Katherine 
Elliott, Ginger Lynn, Sharon Leathers, Victoria Alaba, 
Wing-Mui Chu, Jennifer Burton, Nichol Brockmeier, 
Janelle Lowe, Kelly Flynn, Joy Bryan, Panagiota Pas- 
sinos, Sharmila Shroff, Danielle Staker, Megan Prayer, 
Alisa Praskovich, Lucy Kozikowski. 



Right: Complex Coordinator Magrey 
DeVega knows all the techniques for get- 
ting good grades. 

Far right: Gena Carlson gets comfortable 
while talking on the pay phone in Dar- 
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Left: Wyn Lake, Jonathan Burke, Matthew Fisher, Alex 
Wray, Jason Tavares, Andrew Dehart, Michael Schar- 
dan, Brian Ellis, Richard Marchetti, Pete Lobrance, 
Eric Nelson, Manoj Daryanani, Tim Hinds, Aaron 
Mansika, Victor Baez (RA), Shanton Wilcox, Alex 
Alexiou, John Bateman, Yaju Dharmarajah, John Ra- 
mirez, Ben Shapiro, Andy Moritz, Zach Stroker, Josh 
Wilcox, Mark Jones, Sam Bauer, Doug Webb. Nol 
Pictured: Ethan Repsher, Douglas Free, Thomas Cav- 
anaugh, Wilkin Shanley, Bryon Saffomilla, Ryan Rap- 
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Right, bottom: Megan 
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Fontenot (RA). Second 
row: Cynthia Torjagbo, 
Tracy Enright, Charlene Goss, Shannon Barber, Nora 
Green, Amanda Ballew. Third row: Amy Stenberg, 
Toni Kneiding, Katrina Shindledecker, Gretchen 
Smutney, Christina Juska, Robin Holevinski, Kristen 
Whitmer. Top: Ekta Kharbanda, Jessica Dincher, Jen- 
nifer Mountjoy, Christy Vrush, Erika Ross. Not Pic- 
tured: Judy Grimaluskus, Rachel Gunn, Tina Rivera, 
Catarina Granath, Kim Harmon, Nicola Checchia, An- 
ayansi English, Travis Thompson, Rebecca Sloan, Su- 
san Schultz, Claire Weiss, Helene Dembroski. 

Below: Sophomore Helene Dembroski and Claire 
jWeiss relax in their dorm. 

Middle: Freshman Nora Green works on an assign- 
ment for her computer class. 

Bottom right: Sophomore Thad Millsapp prepares to 
do laundry. 




Left, bottom: 
Scott Tytler, 
Robert Warren, 
enjamin Lam- 
bert, Michael 
Skowronski. Second row: Jeffery Mara, James Murray, 
Michael Sinisgalli, Jack Cooney. Top: Alessio Perrone, 
Brian Salvatori, AJ Joseph (RA), William Nye. Not 
pictured: Michael Picone, Edward Lafferty, William 
Cox, Thad Millsap, Christopher Koelling, John Galley, 
Stephen Dillion, Darin McGillivary, Finlay Macdon- 
ald, Jason Nunn, James Bochis, Simon Dunsmoor, 
James Browning, Scott MacDonald, Thomas Beliech, 
Stephen Taylor, Darby Uhlinger, Abdoulaye N'Diaye, 
Sanjay Ghai, Todd Hatstatt, O'Neal Vaz, Ivan Doul- 
chinov. 



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Left; Residents of Freeman House: Jama Drapeau, 
Emily Drew, Julie Michaelson, Janet Brown, Carrie 
Calhoon, Jennifer Dragstedt, Heather White, Renee 
Bourgeault, Laura Conklin, Christin Hotwagner, Mi- 
chelle Accardi, Catherine Choomack, Melanie King, 
Beth Higgins, Joselle Germano, Jo Ellen Lee, Anna 
Krift, Ever Rivera, Thomas Konietzko, Adil Khan, Ka- 
mil Khan, Benjamin Thompson, Matthew Harrison, 
Stephen Brundage, Joseph DeGise, Eric Stewart (RA), 
Salahuddin Khuhro, Abdul Wahid Wajdi, John 
McDanel, Dean Spriga, Jesse DeGeorge, Joshua Mor- 
ley-C'dieux, John Mclnnis (Photo identification not 
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Above: Freshman Paul Kristensen takes a break from his studies to talk on the phone. 

Above, bottom row: Kelly McClung, Mark Cubberley, Brian Guire, Debra Coglianese. 2nd row: Jay Kaplan, 

Mike Doumitt, Micah Wilson. 3rd row: Todd Kelley, tyra Snapp, ?, Shana Kraai, Andy Kriebel, Eric Leininger, 

Toby Bonar, Top row: Cricket Large, Frank Westpfahl, Kristen Fink, ?, Floris Hirsch, Paul Kristensen, Espen 

Malmberg, Edd Schouten (RA). Not Pictured: Stacy Wallen, Virginia Shepherd, Jessica Blake, Michelle Meer, 

Janna Miller, Suzannah Burton, Alison Shanabrook, Kari Tank, Kelley Kowal, Colleen Quenzer, Angela Vensel, 

Richard Klepacz, Jonathan Blake, Richard Flynn. 

Left: Freshmen Jama Drapeau and Emily Drew work on Western Heritage together. 



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Right, bottom: John Madson, EUse Watson, Shannon 
Terry, Ahsa Ressler, Paul Kinsella, Suzanne Frank, 
John Christ, Chuong Hoang, Becky Burke. Top: David 
EUiott, Pamela Vandeven (RA), Ted Pierson, Doug 
McNeilly, Tracy Lang, Amy Smith, Neil York. Not 
pictured: Steve Goellner, Jon Ricaurte, Timur Mak- 
zume, Youssef Ghafari, Brian Kolacy, Nazarre Mer- 
chant, Nick Green, David Polo, Ramon Romero, Jen- 
nifer Stevens, Jacquelina Zinser, Karen Wiegman, 
Jennifer Felton, Mary Hord. 

Below: While preparing for their dorm photo, resi- 
dents of Knox House accidently break the bench. 




Left, bottom: Beth Mains (RA), Michelle Boykins, Jen 
Collins. Second row: Cindy Fallness, Heather Ander- 
son, Kendra Campbell, Liz Maruschak, Brooke Ste- 
phens, Kelly Grant. Top: Kathy Peterson, Erin Leves- 
que, Stephanie Davis. Not Pictured: Janice Socha, 
Amelia Neat, Amy Hornyak, Kristie Taylor, Elsa Tur- 
Ayse Elmasdere, Hannah Al-Khabbaz, Patricia 
Yali, Tanya Shah, Elizabeth Matos, Tanya Riven- 
burgh, Amy Cooperman, Laura Harriman, Leigh 
Thomas, Christine Shagen, Allison Heisler, Cheryl 
Lathrop. 

Above: Diana takes advantage of the "McDonald's 
Playland' furniture while studying hard in the Gam- 
ma Lounge. 



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Above left, bottom: Erika Ritter, Tanyia Shaw. Second row: Elizabeth Wilkin, Katherine Engel, Sandigan Foster, 
Michelle Wenz, Josh Bohlander. Third row: Deborah Livesey, Kristin Melin, Amalie Burdette, Chase Kearl, 
Joseph Jamrog, Mark Davies. Fourth row: Virginia Paulk, EUie Schemenauer, Patrick Wagner (RA), Holly Burke, 
Cameron Colter, Carlos Columbo, Stephanie Bessett, John Marshall, Curwin. Not pictured: Christene Fisher, 
Lisa McNaughton, Christine Wachsmith, Tarrah ONeil, Liza Wadanoli, Keith Aeschbach, Michael Bazzy, Todd 
Eversole, Charles Sullivan III, Michael Pickett, Joseph Plantania, Dwight Stephens, Christian Auton. 

Above right: Kerwin Thompson, a freshman, relaxes in his room. 



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Above left: Junior Jon Fry and Alberto, a day student, enjoy the quiet of the complex lounge. 

Above right, bottom: Tim Petronio, Sean Maguire, Lou Tomaselli, Bret Gray. Second row: Scott Fuller, Mark 
Verrico, Dan Moses, Richard Wellman, Frank Newsome, Todd Von Drasek, Curtis Pierce, Jr. Third row: Chad 
Hartman, Courtney Shanks, Peter Van Ruiten, Steve Donaldson, Debi Robson (RA), Clutch Queenie, Lorissa 
Hallenbeck, Stephanie Allison, Laura Klahre, Shane Vogt, Dina Ciancaglione, Stacey Hopkins. Not pictured: 
Jason Carlin, Thoben Elrod III, Jeremy Viehman, Todd Onore, Virginia Shoop, Diane Ellsworth, Leigh Jones, 
Jessica Doucot, Paula Blum, Kathryn McGuinness, Allison Cooper, Laura Avis. 



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Above left, bottom; Shawn Gormley, Richard Brady, Kristen Schneeburger, Tom Higdon. Second row: Meredith 
Burwell, Charles Grabow, Sherry Howell (RA), Paul Cibas, Tom Genstil, Karen Pike, Mitchell Harper. Third row: 
Kristin Youngstrom, Roxanne Upah, Ruth Webb, Madeline Lomont, Karl Staidey, Jen Merkle. Fourth row; 
Wendy Dundas, Joseph Hickey, Mekala Countee, Jesse Thompson, Kirk Mitchell, David Janes. Not pictured: 
Cooper Nelson, Michael Walker, David Markowitz, Francois Noraz, Stephen Grondell, Nicol Schmitt. 

Above right: Freshman Dina Ciancaglione tests the heat of her iron. 




Above left; Mike is not sure how to react to the photographer at his door. 

Above right, bottom: Gregory Bowe, Gareth Sprock (RA), Graham Gerdeman, Scott Ross. Second row: Chris 
Kessler, Chris Kilian, Rabbi Werber, Tom Elmer, Jason Roberts. Third row; Todd Standley, Rajen Shah, Mark 
Allen, Fabio Gheirlerman, Zach Liggett, Brian Rathmell, Zach Whalen, Brian Hallinan, Paul Goldblatt, James 
Brandt, Derek Burritt, John Ledyard, Marc Weeden, Scott Kirk, Michael McGlynn, Bryan Bishop. Not pictured: 
Chad Habluetzel, Youssef Ghafari, Sanjay Ghai, George Brody, David Cantin, David Venditto, Chad Mathews, 
Brad Beck, John Peterson, Michael Lawrence. 






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Right, bottom: 
Jamie Haneke 
(RA), Heather 
Macdonald, 
Nathalie Marco, 
Nichole Ernest. 
Second row: 
Jennifer Layos, 
Jonna Hamilton, Daniela Renner, Metah Green, Ta- 
mara Davis, Maria Alou, Gail Gugle. Third row: Amy 
Grady, Karleen Klosowski, Diana Gould, Rebecca 
Brunelle, Jennifer Jones, Jennifer Barnes, Leigh Caron, 
Eileen McMahon, Regan Cunningham. Not pictured: 
Cynthia Miller, Susan Holmes, Kelly Atkinson, Cha- 
pin Ellinger, Meri Casebier, Audra McCammon, Me- 
lanie Ginnett, Erin Dolan, Diana Evans, Danielle 
Springer, Shilo Walker, Tracy Flanagan, Katina Jor- 
dan. 
Below: Mike, Sam, Chris, and Dan chill out. 




Left, bottom: Ozlem Bicen, Stacey Moore, Jen- 
nifer Eller, Caroline Duthil, Katherine Alvarez, 
Julia Welch (RA). Second row: Keri McDon- 
ough, Cindy Willis, Kristen Hurray, Heather 
Mason, Rachel Schuler, Lisa Fazio, Andrea 
Dandridge, Lynne Mageary, Einat Nov. Third 
row: Emily Plank, Janet Zimmerman, Antje 
Marcantonio, Christina Garaway, Kathlene Ew- 
ers, Amy Morrison, Nicole McCutchan, Rachel 
Stanley, Aya Tanaka, Kari Hoblitzell, Sara Hall. 
Not pictured: Traci Ness, Heidi Mauro, Solene 
Jf Braux, Shera Moxley, Soojin Jun, Janet Ka- 

da. 
Above: Freshman Antje Marcantonio spends an 
evening with her friends Andrea and Lisa. 



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Right, bottom: Jeremy West, James Koska, Jr., Elliot 
Snider, Mike Torgerson, Joe Sievers, Matt Grossman, 
Jorge Tiscornia, Dave Wood. Second row: Mary Smith 
(RA), Karen Drapeau, Samantha Drake, Danielle Mar- 
chand. Angle Tankersley, Carleigh Kasin. Third row: 
Stephen Gouldrup, Heidi Duehmig, Derek Camann, 
Jackie Shoemaker, Eric Seigel, Jill Psenisky, Jalal Tar- 
azi, Juliette Brown, Richard Copeland. Fourth row: 
James Lynch. Not pictured: Geoffrey Scriver, John Pa- 
cowta, Jr., Ted Reinhard, Antti Korpela, Shannon 
Varner, Charlotte Butzin, Jennifer Fracas, Sandra Rit- 
chie, Linda Ragland. 
Below: Sara Hall and Einat Nov study in their room. 






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Left, bottom: Mike Malloy, Chris Kent, 
Matt Barry, Tony Pareso. Second row: Chris 
Larosa, Craig Curry, Mike Carboni, Jerry 
Sirois. Third row: Jesper Dohn, Matt Lemay, 
Doug Wadle, Seth Levine (RA), Mike Brud- 
zinski, Ed Bailey. Fourth row: Paul Steens- 
land, Mike Anaud, Gabe Stephens, Mike 
Houlihan, Chris Huff, Tom Antis, David 
Ring, Andy Judd, Scott Locastro, Chris 
Goff. Not pictured: Gerald Esposito, Dave 
Osterman, H. Jones, Daniel Meyers, Samuel 
Neal, Christopher Manganiello, Brian Al- 
cott, Kyle Mitchell, Robert Darula, Jr., Car- 
los Irizarry, Koji Kitamura. 
Above: The ladies of Douglas House prepare 
for a "snowstorm" in October. 



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Right, bottom: Erica Schneeberger, Ka- 
ren Neal & Star, Cathy Williams & 
Clyde. Second row: Happy Olmstead, 
Sean Bird (RA), Brennen Guinagh, Angie 
Tritschler, Alicia Duff. Third row: Sarah 
Nowak, Karen Haggerty, Cliff Mann, Derek Czarny, Mike Pauls- 
meyer, Zach Dixon, Chris Cox. Not pictured: Alicia Retter, Sandy 
Sutherland, Laurel Campensa, Randy Howell, Christina Munch, 
Marlene Sloger, Micheal Moon, Rachel Kleffman, William De 
Wald, David Lessenberry, Jamie Kowalski, Tamur Naseer, Deepthi 
Samarsinghe, Eric Schroeder, Andrew Johnston, Jahn Greenfield, 
Douglas Knisely, Timothy Nelson. 

Below: Senior Christina Munch uses flash cards to review for the 
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Left, bottom: 
Kimberly Hoff- 
man (RA), Lara 
Bergamasco. 
Second row: Nathan Lindley, Jason Schneider. Third I 
row: Cari Gibbs, Susan Fuller, Hiroaki Futagami, Julie 
Herring, Robyn Landrum. Fourth row: Kerry Bleskan, 
Lisa Mills. Fifth row: Eric Barton, Jordan Matus, Dee- 
pak Lohia, Jehangir Jeejeebhoy, Nathan King, Dara 
Vance, Frederik Hedlund. Not pictured: Igor Metelitsa, 
Fernando Rinald, Shi-Wei Gao, Kurt Henning, Scott 
Hamilton, Chris Holland, Fernando Casas, Alisha 
McMorrow, Allison Lumsden, Karen Kaseman, Jen- 
ifer Duberchin, Nicole Hord, Michele Sainsbury, Julie 
Kightlinger, Jennifer Grinovich, Jennifer Waldock. 

Above: Morris House residents partake of some liquid 
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Right, lying down 
(clockwise): Jerry 
Bartholomew (RA), 
Ingrid Busk, Sam 
Wilkin, Jennifer 
jWisniewski, Bethan Thomas, Amy Grashel, 
Layne Bliss. Sitting up: Melanie Green, Aaron 
Hynick, Murtuza Baldiwala, Jennifer Sparks, 
Serge Nieuwenhof, Ralf Wagner, Jeff Knudson, 
ijon Fry, Wesley Marrin, Richard Janz, Bobby 
Kovak, Ronald Calabraro. Not pictured: Tracy 
Ward, Marcia Emery, Marion Markham, 
Alyssa Brewer, Laurie Bickell, Rie Wakui, Ge- 
neve Menscher, Jennifer Frederick, Todd Nico- 
let, Alberto Paoletti, Wesley Martin, Constan- 
tinos Toscidis, Stanislav Stoianov, Alexander 
Kanazirski, Jason Favero. 




Left, bottom: Bud. First 
row: Sue Ewing, Jason 
Bell & Tequila, Marga- 
ret Burns, Jason Wov- 
kanech. Second row: 
Jaya Bohlander, Lynn 
Neitzel, Angela Davis, Mindy Bogue, Heather Gi 
Barbara Pio, Nancy DeWitt, Athena Ortiz, Travers 
Ichinose, Mike Royce, Tag Engstrom. Third row: An- 
gle Mason, Pam Edwards, Darrin Clark, Rebecca Ja- 
cobsen, Andrew Woods, Laurelanne Hackinson, 
Vesna Tratensek, Nathaniel Newcomb, Jody Davis. 
Fourth row: Caroline DeFirore, Sean Leathern, Chris 
Duclos, Jason Hull, Sean Royce, Jason Adkins, Chris 
Rector. Not pictured: Vacinia Perry, Cheryl Otten, 
Rory McMahan, Cyrus McWilliams, Robert Duncan. 

Below left: Senior Margaret Burns' dog. Bud. 

Below: Frederick, Gary, Jehangir Jeejeebhoy, and Dee- 
pak Lohia converse in a Kappa room. 




ZETA 



Right, bottom: Susana Pestana & Tonto, Riley Young 
& Aspen, Shannon Plank, April Bradley & Ilia, Molly 
Fuller & Eggbert, Jen Pierson (RA). Second row: Jac- 
queline Crowley & Blue, Sharon Rodriquez & Jasper, 
Liza Tobin, Heather Broxson, Patricia De Gylenfeldt, 
Kristen Brauer & Sai. Third row: Fiona Kimmins, 
Brooke Baiter, Brenda Jensen, Mary Cashman, Joanna 
Brown, Sara Deal, Liz Berent, Michele Shipman, Me- 
lissa Freeman, Andrea Jehn & Merlin. Fourth row: 
Amanda Noble, Melissa Martins, Sarah Stewart, Rob- 
in Burges, Colleen Currier. Not pictured: Judy Picard, 
Kristen McElraft, Pam Epelbaum, Jennifer Frisbee, 
Billie Jo Shaw, Mary Grace Wilkinson, Jennifer Wha- 
len. 

Below: Jason and Mike awake from a nap on their twin 
couches. 




Left, bottom: Chris Coviello, Mark Croxford, Henry 
Luciano, Bill Stone, Mike Roosevelt, Julian Maurel, Ed 
Flores, Mike Barden, Craig Wagner, William Locasio. 
Second row: Steven Cough, Adam Beeler, Paul Hoeper 
(RA), Scott Coons, Jason Bergeron, Shane Sharp, Mike 
Hale, Peter Mancini, Jason Wilder, Larry Shah. Not 
pictured: Notapol Srichomkwan, Damian Gaitan, Jeff 
Pelzer, John Jachrimo, Greg Collins, Todd Oborne, 
David Frick, Juan Villaran, Karim Wassef, Shane 
Bucher, James Pribble, Thomas Hayward, Bryan Bar- 
ragate, Robert Fernandez, Howard Gould, Jonathan 
Neal. 
Above: Shane glances up from his conversation. 




Hubba 



Right: (Residents of Hubbard) John Crumley, Bryan 
Taylor, George Molinaro, Robert Rover, David PoUio, 
Ranjit Pasricha, Noel Clarke, Damien Brown, Adam 
Carson, Anurag Majotra, Thomas Russin, Jason Ir- 
win, Derk Jan Helleman, Martijin Siereveld, John 
Dewire, Robert Maich, Turner Kniley, John Willal- 
pando, Timothy Forfinski, Brett Reed, Trey Rosier, Ali 
Tawawalla, Anthony Camarda, Daniel Giovannitti, 
Richard Pierro, Joseph Alford, Robert Beckham, Jus- 
tin Sanders, Mats Rydin, Robert Ahldin, Saad Al Saad, 
Roald Hoppel, Mazen Ashaary, Daniel Poerter, Dhar- 
mesh Pitamber, Anthony Schwieterman. (Photo iden- 
tification not provided by RA). 

Below: Noel, Darrick, Robbie, and Dave do some 
"male bonding" in the dorm bathroom. 




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derson 



Right above: Freshman Larry Shah and his friends 
watch their favorite television program. 
Right, bottom: Maureen West, Becky Smith, Michele 
Murray & Sophie, Kelly Granger & Zack, Tawnee 
Walling & Cai, Lisa Waters, Johanna Kenny & Lady. 
Second row: Julie Palomaki & Pipa, Wendy Wilcox & 
Tara, Christa Furtsch, Lisa Authier. Third row: Kim 
Faught, German Whitley &: Sumner, Emily Forest, Sa- 
mantha Lalwani. Fourth row: Hope Davis, Melissa 
Parson (RA) & Phoenix, Ava Mackenzie, Sharon Bau- 
man & Cynjin, Mandy Chase, Amy Ames, Rita Graca, 
Barbara Nagel, Lori Fisher, Robin Fisher, Kari String- 
er, Dawn Fronheiser, Heather Tafel & Cocoa. Not pic- 
tured: Kim Lejkowski, Martha Kuykendal, Nicole 
Jackson, Kristin Hahn, Cassandra Freeman, Jennifer 
Dunn, Julie Titus. 



RESIDENT ADVISORS 



Right, bottom; Paul Hoeper, Ken Casebier, Gareth 
Sprock, Nese Fontenot, Kim Hoffman, Jay Sanders. 
Second row: Greg Dawson, Sean Bird, Jen Pierson, 
Pace Wagner, Alicia Vereen, Stacy Peazant, Julia 
Welch, Fritzi Brocklebank, Melissa Parson, Jamie 
Haneke. Top; Heather Isham, Pam Vandeven, Mary 
Smith, Victor Baez, Beth Mains. Magrey DeVega, Jay 
Bell, Seth Levine, AJ Joseph, Jerry Bartholomew, Edd 
Schouton. Not pictured: Sherry Howell, Eric Stewart, 
Debi Robson. 

Below: Residential Advisors grab a quick bite of lunch 
along the river. 

Bottom Right: Complex Coordinator Ken Casebier 
demonstrates proper rowing technique. 




Magrey DeVega and Mary Smith wait in line for a chance at the rope swing. 



Victor Baez navigates a treacherous stretch of river. 



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BOOT CAMP '93' 




For the first time ever, the RA's 
dorm President and Vice-President 
got together for a "retreat" in order to 
get to know one another and learn 
more about their relationship to one 
another. 





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Nu 1 



Tiffany McCaskill, Carolyn Veith, Laura Lawson, 
Anna Schroder, Carlin Kaiser, Tabitha Whalen 




Nu2 



Jennifer Henkel, Dee Dee Smith, Kelly 
Logan, Jennifer Walker, Jennifer Kna- 
dle, Jennifer Thoreson, Christine 
Moorby 




/\7/ J ^S Cassandra Voigt, Kristin Davis, Christa Calamas, Merrilee 
Mundahl, Katrina Osborne, Kristin Decker, Amy Fenaughty, 
Christiana Dawson 



Nu 4 



Constance Snowden, Phaedra Valente, Jennifer Crow- 
son, Suzanne Morin, Christa Beezhold, Alicia Man- 
chon, Andrea Martin, Pina De Rosa 




Nu5 




Kirby Palkoner, Michael Brodeur, James Fisher, Thomas 
Grinovich, Constantinos Tsiokos, Christopher Casey, 
Kevin Jonell, Peter Sjoberg. 



Nu 6 



Brian Schneider, Major Mittendorf, Richard 
Mueller, Ryan Higgins, Conal Doyle, Michael 
Loparco, Marc O'Brien, Todd Alessi. 





Nu7 



Pamela Reed, Jessica Baker, Christine Kelley, Jennie 
O Flanagan, Allison Engel, Sandrine Micoleau, Lau- 
reen Pape, Summertime Pennetta. 



Nu 8 



James Vigue, Michael Roosa, George Strus, Th- 
omas Puszkarczuk, Jason Bauer, David Down- 
ing Jr., Dexter Leonard, Jason Raymond. 





Nu 10 



Federico Serrano, Christopher Stimac, Gerald 
Davis, Hans Schmidt, Ahmon Katz, John Kraus, 
Carroll Childers. 



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Nu U 



Nicholas Marchalleck, Miguel Nespral, Albert Hing- 
ley, Javier Luzio, Franklin Vergas, Jesus Alou, Jeffrey 
Rannik, Jason Sees. 



Nu 9 



Julie Deardorff, Allison Knapp, Amy Gross, Jenni- 
fer Garaway, Kimberly Holliday, Dawn Pas- 
quarello, Jennifer Kendrick, Carol Luce. 




Jeffrey Ruhman, Travis Gedney, Thomas Bertoni, 
David Eaker, Christopher Sweet, Jean-Paul 
Daigneault, Christopher Martin, Darius Keblins- 
kas. 



Nu 12 



Nu 12 



Karen Zalieckas, Shawna Green, Dorothy Chua, 
Allyson Bayer, Ricio Mulero, Laura Atkinson, 
Yoko Yokoyama 




Eric Seikel, Justin Butts, Peter Walker, Timothy 
Pauly, Justin Dodge, Anthony Parson, John Leslie, 
Derek Fagone. 



Nu 15 



Scott Linnenburger, Richard Anderson, Serge Philips, 
Keith Bertani, Kenneth Shain, David Brown, James 
Edwards, Tyler Johnson. 



Nu 16 



Damien Price, Rachel Ricca, Audrey Shinner, 
Megan Hall, Jeanne Wright, Danyael Pepper, 
Kelly Blue, Amy Osterberg. 



A LOOK AT DORM LIFE 



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photo. 



Finally, The Class Of 1993 Anticipates Jobs And Graduate School. 



THERE IS LIFE AFTER COLLEGE 



For the Class of 1993, the 
time has arrived to 
contemplate life after college. 
What does the "Real World" 
hold for them? The closer May 
got, the more stressed the 30th 
graduating class got as to what 
was going to happen after they 
received their diplomas. But 
first they had to get through 
JCP, Sr. Sem. classes and, of 
course, JANUARY COMPS!! 
(and for some, spring comps) 



Eckerd seniors prepare to move on after 4 (more or less) 
years of college. Their options will range from graduate 
school, law school, jobs, to simply relaxing. 



Then, there are those students 
that opted to do theses who 
had to defend their theses and 
do many re-writes. 

Was all this stress really 
worth it? Considering the 



many smiling faces in May — 
yes, it was! Eckerd has been 
"home" to many for all their 
four years of college and 
provided many memories 
(parties, friends, professors. 



classes, etc.) Four years ago, the 
Class of 1993 was welcomed in 
the Ceremony of Lights to 
Eckerd College and began a 
new chapter in their lives. 
Now, four years later — the 
Class of 1993 prepares to leave 
and begin still yet, another 
chapter in their lives. Best of 
luck and much success to the 
Class of 1993! 




Mana Salem Almana 



Jesus Alou 



Laura Lisette Atkinson 



Davids. Baker 




Jessica O. Baker 



Allyson Lorayne Bayer 



David J. Berggren 



Thomas E. Bertoni 



CLASS OF 1993 



Blaeser-Chalapuk 




Melissa Marie Blaeser 



Paula lean Blum 



Melinda Jane Bogue 



April T. Bradley 




Fritzi P. Brocklebank 



Michael P. Brodeur 



Gerd A. Burmester 



Margaret E. Burns 




Christa E. Calamas 



Kenneth T. Casebier 



Christopher R. Casey 



Luiza Ana Chalapuk 



SENIORS 



Chua-Diez 




Dorothy Ang Chua 



Tail Katharine Colussy 



Amy C. Cooperman 



Jennifer G. Crowson 




Jody W. Davis 



Kristen Davis 



Christiana Dawson 



Julie Deardorff 




Kristin Ann Decker 



Patricia De Gyldenfeldt 



Maite B. Diez 



CLASS OF 1993 



Dillon-Garson 




Stephen P. Dillon 



Zachary B. Dixon 



Justin Dodge 



Jessica Dawn Doucot 




David H. Downing, Jr 



David T. Duperault 



Anayansi A. English 




Amy E. Fenaughty 



James C. Fisher 



Hiroaki Futagami 



Adam J. Garson 



SENIORS 



Graca-Holmes 




Rita C. Graca 



Thomas E. Grinovich 



Amy M. Gross 



Rachel Merideth Gunn 




Thomas Gavin Hayward 



Jennifer Lynn Henkel 



Thomas C. Hiedon 



Nicole J. Hines 




Albert Scott Hingley 



Paul J. Hoeper 



KimberlyA. Holliday 



Susan Catharine Holmes 



CLASS OF 1993 



Hord-Kolacy 




Nicole Sue Hord 



Christine Mary Hotwagner 



Sherry Howell 



Travers Y. Ichinose 




Austin R. Ives 



Tyler G. Johnson 



Kevin E- Jonel 



Gerard Joseph 




Robert S. Kadel 



Jennifer C. Kendrick 



Jennifer D. Knadle 



Brian C. Kolacy 



SENIORS 




James D. Kowalski 



Elizabeth A. Lehman 



Martha G. Kuykendal 



Kimberly B. Lejkowski 



Dexter J. Leonard 



Laura E. Lawson 




Bonnie K. Levine 




Michael J, Loparco 



Carol L. Luce 



Javier A. Luzio 



CLASS OF 1993 



Mains-Nagel 





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Elizabeth Ann Mains Alicia Louise Manchon Nicholas John Marchalleck 




Stacey A. McCall 




Michael Andrew McGlynn 



Major Joseph Mittendorf 



Richard P. Mueller 




Rocio deLourdes Mulero 



Chii^iind L. Munch 



Merrilee M. Mundahl 



Barbara Y. Nagel 



SENIORS 



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Miguel A. Nespral 



Richard C. Neverdousky 11 



Chuong Hoang Nguyen 



Olof R Nordberg 




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Happy Olmstead 



Katrina L. Osborne 




Amy Kristin Osterberg 



Kirby R. Palkoner 



Laureen A. Pape 



Dawn M. Pasquarello 



CLASS OF 1993 



Paulsmeyer-Romer 




Michael A. Paulsmeyer 



Danyael J. Pepper 



Serge G. Philips 



Gregory E. Pierce, Jr. 




James E. Pribble 



Jeffrey T. Rannik 



Jeffrey Alan Rawls 



Jason Alexander Raymond 




Pamela J. Reed 



Endor E. Richardson 



Debroa A. Robson 



Larissa Romer 



SENIORS 



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Schmidt-Stoken 




Hans Peter Schmidt 



Brian M. Schneider 



Jason M. Schneider 



Anna Grace Schroeder 




Virginia J. A. Shoop 



Peter G- Sjoberg 



Dee Dee L. Smith 



Constance A. Snowden 





Jennifer E. Sparks 



Eric Raymond Stewart 



Christopher R. Stimac 



Amy L. Stoken 



CLASS OF 1993 



Sutherland-Von Reitzenstein 







Sandra J. Sutherland 



Heather Leigh Tafel 



Jennifer E. Thoreson 



Constantinos Tsiokos 




Timothy C. Ural 



Phaedra Antoinette Valente 



Pamela Vandeven 



Lauri Van Oostrum 




Maria A. Varela 



Carolyn S. Veith 



Cassandra R. Voigt 



Cornelia B. Von Reitzenstein 



SENIORS 



Wagner-ZoU 




Patrick J. Wagner 



Jennifer Lynn Walker 



Angelika Maria Walter 



Jian Ming Wang 




David W. Weigman 



Franklin R. Westpfahl, III 



Tabitha Whalen 



Ruth Nicole Woodruff 




Yoko Yokoyama 



Riley E. Young 



Janet C. Zimmermar 



CLASS OF 1993 



CAMERA SHY 
SENIORS 



Geoffey T. Ahlers 
Ahmet Akinci 
Omer F. Akinci 
Salman H. Al-Khalifa 
Todd M. Alessi 
Scott D. Alexander 
Frank B. Avila 
Stephanie A. Bailey 
Brooke B. Baiter 
Shivroop Basu 
Robert D. Beckham 
Christa J. Beezhold 
Douglas J. Bellini 
Andrea D. Bennett 
Matthew James Berenbaum 
Tanya Brett Bieniek 
Midi A. Bilik 
Iskender Botros 
Renee Michele Bourgeault 
Heather Leigh Broxson 
Stephen E. Brundage 
Tyler T. Bunch 
Rebecca S. Burke 
Luis A. Casas 
Darrin Charles Clark 
Jennifer L. Collins 
Thomas Colmenares 
Laura J. Conklin 
Candace J. Coolidge 
Gerald Eugene Davis 
Gregory K. Dawson 
Frederick Homer Dickson 
Ivan Doitchinov 
Juan P. Dorronsoro 
Jenifer Faithe Duberchin 
Robert Scot Duncan 
Karin P. Dutemple 
Jennifer L. Emde 
Allison M. Engel 
James C. Ervin III 
Richard L. Faircloth 
Robert A. Fernandez 
Darcie Feshler 



Kathryn A. Field 
Kristen M. Fink 
Kelly W. Flynn 
Brian E. Formato 
Joseph J. Fredericks 
Veronica G. Freeman 
Jennifer A. Caraway 
Stephanie L. Garcia 
Richard D. Haerther 
Megan Mary Hall 
Kristin A. Hann 
Tweed C. Hanusek 
Martine Helen Helou 
Lee Ann Hepp 
Charles L. Hien 
Ryan K. Higgins 
Steven E. Holmes 
Robert L. Hunt 
Heather K. Isham 
John A. Jachrimo 
Tom D.J. Jeandarme 
David E. Jones 
Leigh Criswell Jones 




Andrew J. Joseph 
Roberto Jouvin 
Elizabeth M. Kaczmarek 
Carlin M. Kaiser 
Janet E. Kaleda 
Erin L. Karkheck 
Kenneth R. Kassem 
Darius A. Keblinskas 
Friedhelm Rainer Keck 
Christine K. Kelley 
Rachel Elizabeth Kelly 
Susanne Kerstan-DeVito 
Fiona M. Kimmins 
Mahmut H. Koluk 
John G. Kraus 
Barsha Powers Large 
Stacey E. Leavandosky 
Richard W. Lee 
John Roberts Leslie 
Robert A. Leventhal 
Joakim A. Lialias 
Anurag Majotra 
Timur Makzume 
Ann R. Manimala 
Heather M. Manley 
Christopher M. Martin 
Jose M. Massuh 
Fabrice P. Maurel 
Tiffany S. McCaskill 
John Charles McDanel 
Rory F. McMahan 
Lisa E. McNaughton 
James J. Mecir 
Michelle D. Meer 
Jennifer M. Merkle 
Shannon Rae Micheel 
Sandrine E. Micoleau 
Jennifer L. Miller 
Gregory T. Mino 
Christine Anne Moorby 
Suzanne I. Morin 
David M. Morse 
Michael John Moynihan 



CAMERA SHY SENIORS CONTINUED 




This list of seniors includes seniors who graduated Au- 
gust 1992, December 1992, January 1993 and May 1993. 



Michele Susan Murray 
Jonathon B. Neal 
Karen M. Neal 
Marc M. O'Brien 
Nikki L. Odom 
Frederick John Oppliger 
Cheryl A. Otten 
Summertime B. Pennetta 
Judith A. Picard 
Randall Dennis Pike 
Damien L. Price 
Thomas J. Puszkarczuk 
Mitchell D. Reimann 
Tina Marie Rivera 
Deidre Grace Robertson 
Elizabeth Thompson Rodgers 



Andrea Leigh Rosenthal 
Michael John Royer 
Jonathan Jacob Scheier 
Eric W. Schroeder 
Eric D. Seikel 
Federico A. Serrano 
Wilkin C. Shanley 
Billie Jo M. Shaw 
Patrick S. Sheehy 
Virginia E. Shepherd 
Karrie Ann Sheridan 
Jill A. Simon 
Dean G. Sprigg 
Kimberly Lauren Stevens 
Lara A. Strain 
George N. Strus 



Christopher J. Sweet 
Mariola A. Tauro 
Kristie A. Taylor 
Scott J. Toth 
Michael A. Turner 
Amy L. Vieillard 
James Todd Vigue 
Jeffrey S. Voell 
Jennifer L. Waddell 
Abdul Wahid A. Wajdi 
Michael Ryan Walker 
Peter J. Walker 
Jeffrey W. Yoak 
Merritt Michael Zahner 



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CHARTERED CLUBS 1992-1993 



Afro-American Society 


EC Cricket Club 


Bacchus 


EC Dance Club 


Best Buddies 


EC Earth Society 


Chess Club 


EC Green Party 


Circle K Intl 


ECMAA 


Club EC Volley 


EC Men's Volleyball 


Cornerstone 


EC Model UN 


Dagorhir Assoc 


EC Paintball 


EC Aikido Club 


EC Republications 


EC Anthro. Society 


EC Surf Club 





Ec Young Democrats 


Pre-Medical Club 


EC Wrestling Club 


Rollin 


Equality Now 


Senior Slide Show 


German Club 


Soc. for the Adv of Man. 


Habitat for Humanity 


Student Alumni Council 


Internat'l Bus. Club 


Students of Objectivism 


Intnat'l Student Assoc 


Taekwondo Club 


LeGroupe Francais 


Ten-EC 


Omicron Delta Kappa 


The Theatre Troupe 


Pol. Reps, of Law/Issues 


Women's Soccer Club 



AFRO-AMERICAN SOCIETY 



OFFICERS 


Stacy Peazant - 


- AAS President 


Alicia Vereen — 


-AAS 


Vice-President 




Edd Schouten - 


- AAS Secretary 


Lillie Collins — 


AAS Advisor 




From left to right Back row: Anthony Parson, Lateef Duncan, Quashane Harris, Khari Max- 
well, Kori Needham, Edd Schouten 

Front row: Antranese Fontenot, Joy Bryan, Tamara Davis, Lillie Collins, Alicia Vereen, Stacy 
Peazant 



INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CLUB 



OFFICERS 
Jon Fry — President Rajen Shah — Vice President 

Alex Kanazirski — Treasurer Gary Metelitsa — Secretary 

Ziad Soussou — ELS Coordinator Fredrik Hedlund ■ — Golf Coordinator 
Tamur Naseer — ASPEC Liaison Peter Salem — Off-campus Liaison 





Enjoying the snack food and socializing after listening to an in- 
ternational speaker are Alex Kanazirski and Peter Salem. 



From left to right: Ralf Wagner, Stan Stoianov, Alex Kanazirski, Tamur Naseer, Gary Metelitsa, Teo 
Palacios, Olaf Nordberg, Paul Flores, Steve Wright, Peter Salem, Ken Parker, Jon Fry, & Rajen Shah. 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 
ASSOCIATION 



This year probably marked the most suc- 
cessful year ISA had had. In keeping with 
traditional sponsored events, ISA was host 
to the annual Fashion Show and the Festi- 
val of Culture. Besides these two events, 
ISA also sponsored numerous cookouts 
and even Kareoke. 




FASHION SHOW 




DELTA PHI ALPHA SOCIETY 



German Club 



Top: John Buhrmann, John Mclnnes, 
Angelika Walker, Heather Tafel, Marga- 
ret Burns, Dona Mitchell Bottom: Tracy 
Ward, Vanessa Calles, Connie von Re- 
itzenstein 



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FRANCAIS 

(FRENCH 

CLUB) 




Front Row: Frantz Delphin, Francois 
Noraz, Tim Pauly: Middle: Sharon 
Leathers, Ginger Lynn, Danielle Staker, 
Pina de Rosa, Valerie Jacquier: Back: 
Fredrik Hedlund, Jon Fry, Ivan Doitchi- 
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MODEL UNITED 
NATIONS 




EC MEN'S VOLLEYBALL 




The men's volleyball team entered the 1992-93 season with medium expectations after 
losing 4 of 6 starters to graduation. With the return of last year's freshman sensation, 
Damien Brown, and senior 4th-year starter, A.J. Joseph, in starting roles, the team looked 
to regroup and find some new players to step forward and assert themselves. Seventeen 
players were selected for the Fall squad from the 25 who tried out. Injuries and lack of 
committment forced several to leave the team while several more players joined or re- 
joined the team from past years. During the Fall and early Spring, playing time became 
regulated to 6 members of the team who proved themselves time and time again in dedi- 
cation and ability. The starting setters/opposite hitters were Captains A.J. Joseph and 
Keith Aeschbache. Starting outside hitters were Pete Sjoberg and Brian Ellis. Starting 
middle blockers were Damien Brown and Edd Schouten. The primary reserves were Tom 
Grinovich, Mike Brodeur and Eric Nelson. These nine players traveled to the National 
Collegiate Club Championships in Austin, Texas, where they finished 3rd of 24 teams in 
the nation competing in Division II. Their only loss was to St. John's from Minnesota in 
the Final Four semifinals. 

Several Eckerd players won honors during the season: EC Invitational All-Tournament 
Team; A.J. Joseph and Damien Brown: Florida All-State Team; A.J. Joseph, Pete Sjoberg 
and Tom Grinovich: 1st Team Ail-American; Edd Schouten: 2nd Team All-American; 
Brien Ellis. 

The team ended the season 20-10 with wins over several Division I schools including 
arch rival Florida State and a third place National ranking in Division II. The team gradu- 
ated it's first set of 4-year players in A.J. Joseph and Pete Sjoberg. Good Luck in the fu- 
ture. 



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TOP; Damien Brown, Pete Sieberg, Brian Ellis, Eric Nelson, Edd Schouten, Ted Pier- 
son, Brian Bishop, Brad Beck. BOTTOM: Jason Raymond, A.J. Joseph, Noel Clarke, 
Tom Grinovich, Chris Casey, Mike Brouder, Keith Aeschbache. 



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Above: Adam Garson and Carl Chase 

Left: Christiana Dawson and Patricia Byrnes 




Left to Right 

Back row: John Villalpardo, Andrew Minafo, Terry Randall, Linda Ragland 
2nd row: Tom Pettit, Scott Tytler, Shannon Montgomery, Billie Mosly, Colleen Currier, Sa- 
rah Stewart, Amy Fenaughty, Kristin Decker, Annette Wilson. 

Ist row: Dawn Little, Carleigh Kasin, Robin Burges, Stacey Moore, Patricia Bynes, Christi- 
ana Dawson 



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CREATIVE ARTS COLLEGIUM (CRA) 

Claire Stiles, Collegia! Chair and Assoc. 

Prof. Human Development 
Eleanor Pugh, Collegial Secretary 
D. Russell Bailey, Asst. Prof. Education 
Samuel Banks, Prof. Human Development 
Thomas Bunch, Asst. Prof. TTieatre 
Howard Carter, Prof. Comparative 

Literature & Humanities 
Nancy Carter, Prof. Humanities 
James Crane, Prof. Visual Arts 
Sarah Dean, Assoc. Prof. Human 

Development 
Joan Epstein, Assoc. Prof. Music 
Sandra Harris, Asst. Prof. Human 

Development and Counselor 
Peter Kranz, Assoc. Prof. Human 
Development and Director of the 
Counseling Center 
Christine McLean, Coordinator, Visual Arts 
Peter Meinke, Prof. Literature (London 

Director, Fall 1992) 
Molly Ransbury, Prof. Education 
Richard Rice, Prof. Theatre (Year Leave) 
Margaret Rigg, Prof. Emerita Visual Arts 
Arthur Skinner, Assoc. Prof. Visual Arts 
Marion Smith, Assoc. Prof. Music 
Cynthia Totten, Asst. Prof. Theatre 
Kathryn Watson, Prof. Education 
Sterling Watson, Prof. Literature & Creative 

Wnting 
Thomas West, Prof. Psychology & Human 

Development 
Gloria Bolivar, Accompanist and Music 

Teacher, Piano 
Mussie Eidelman, Music Teacher, Cello 
David Hardman, Music Teacher, Percussion 
Cynthia Hennessy, Teaching affiliate. Dance 
Donna Itzin, Adjunct, Visual Arts 
Robert Jenkins, Adjunct, Journalism 
Jan Kimball, Adjunct, Pottery 
John King, Music Teacher, Guitar, and 

Bookstore Manager 
David Manson, Music Teacher, Trombone 
M. Ncuenschwandcr, Music Teacher, Bass 
David Pate, Music Teacher, Saxophone 
Warren Powell, Music Teacher, Violin 
Barbara Prescott, Music Teacher, Flute 
Nancy Smith, Adjunct, Dance 
Katherine Thomas, Adjunct, 

Communications 
William Waters, Prof. Emeritus Music & 

Music Teacher, Organ 
Dawn Young, Music Teacher, Voice 




Claire Stiles, Collegial Chair 









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Holly Mclntyre, CoUegial Chair 




LETTERS COLLEGIUM (LTR) 

Olivia Mclntyre, Collegia! Chair & Assoc. 

Prof. History 
Shirley Davis, Collegia) Secy. 
Andrew K. M. Adam, Asst. Prof. Religious 

Studies 
Clark Bouwman, Prof. Emeritus Sociology 
Jewel Spears Brooker, Prof. Literature (Year 

Leave) 
David Bryant, Asst. Prof. Religious Studies 

(Fall Leave) (London Director, Spring 

1993) 
Stanley Chesnut, Prof. Emeritus Humanities 

& Religion 
Blanche Radford Curry, Visiting Asst. Prof. 

Philosophy 
Julienne Empric, Prof. Literature (Year 

Leave) 
Bruce Foltz, Asst. Prof. Philosophy 
Judith Green, Asst. Prof. Philosophy (Year 

Leave) 
Patricia Handy, Asst. Prof. Literature - 

PEL/LTl^ 
Suzan Harrison, Asst. Prof. Rhetoric 
Keith Irwin, Prof. Emeritus Philosophy 
Carolyn Johnston, Prof. American Studies 

and History 
William Kelly, Visiting Asst. Prof. Literature 
William McKec, Prof. History 
George Mcese, Prof. Rhetoric, 
Director Writing Excellence Program 
John Omior, Visiting Asst. Prof. Literature 
Gregory B. Padgett, Asst. Prof. History - 

PEL/LTR 
Peter Pav, Prof. Philosophy (Spring Leave) 
James Quick, Visiting Asst. Prof. Philosophy 



Robert Wigton, Asst. Prof. Political Science 
Susan Fernandez. Adjunct, History 




Ed Gallizzi, Collegial Chair 



NATURAL SCIENCES COLLEGIUM (NAS) 
Edmund Gallizzi, Collegial Chair and 

Prof. Computer Science 
Roberta Dimouro, Collegial Secy. 
Gregg R. Brooks, Asst. Prof. Marine Science 
Harry Ellis, Prof. Physics (Spring Leave) 
John Ferguson, Prof. Biology and Marine 

Science 
Mark Fishman, Assoc. Prof. Computer 

Science 
John Goodwin, Asst. Prof. Chemistry 
David Grove, Asst. Prof. Chemistry 
Sheila Hancs, Prof. Biology 
Reggie Hudson, Prof. Chemistry 
Gerald Juncvicus, Asst. Prof. Mathematics 

(Spring Leave) 
David Kerr, Asst. Prof. Mathematics 
Laurie Kovalenko, Asst. Prof. Physics 
Sarah Kruse, Asst. Prof. Physics 
Lynne Lewis, Visiting Asst. Prof. Chemistry 
George Lofquist, Prof. Mathematics 
Billy Maddox, Prof. Mathematics 
Peter Meylan, Visiting Asst. Prof. Biology 
John Reynolds, Prof. Biology and Marine 

Science 
Richard Rhodes, Visiting Prof. Physics 
William Rocss, Prof. Biology 
Alan Soli, Assoc. Prof. Chemistry 
John "Dean" Stewman, Visiting Asst. Prof. 

Computer Science 
William Szclistowski, Asst. Prof. Biology 
Joel Thompson, Asst. Prof. Marine Geo- 
chemistry 
Walter Walker, Assoc. Prof. Mathematics 
Karen Lucibcllo, Chemistry Lab Supervisor 
Alice Monroe, Biology Lab Supervisor 
James Myers, Shop Supervisor 




WOULD YOU BELIEVE 




In order of appearance on page 71. Starting from the top, left to right: 

Howard and Nancy Carter T- 

Kenneth Keeton 

Carolyn Johnston 

William Parsons 

Molly Ransbury 

Julie Empric 

Bill Covert 

Vivian Parsons 

David B. Cozad 




Peter Armacost, President 






Roger Sorochty, Dean of Students 



Richard Hallin, Dean of Admissions 



Lloyd Chapin, Dean of Faculty 





1 





Joan Fry, Exec. Asst to Pres & VP for 
Public Relations 



James Deegan, Dean of Special Pro- 
grams 



James Christison, VP for Finance 





Margaret Morris, Director of Financial 
Aid 



Sheila Johnston, Director of Interna- 
tional Education 






Michele Colbert, Assoc Dean of Stu- 
dents for Residential Life 



Lillie Collins, Dir. of Int'l & Minority 
Student Affairs 



Brian Nichols, Director of Campus Ac- 
tivities 






Lena Nilfalk, Dir. of Career Services & 
Assoc Dean of Students 



Barbara Ely, Director of Nursing Ser- 
vices 



Stephen Dudley, Cable TV Coordination 





Laura Strain (Sitting), Kevin Smith (Sitting), Jamie Hastrieter, 
Susan Obrebski, Cathy McCoy, David Henderson, Connie 
Pearson. 



Tony Brunello, Mary Meyer, Robert Nigton 




Wendell Overton, Security Officer 



Student Affairs Open House Dec '92' Marks One of Many Face Lifts at Eckerd College 







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1977 



Caiiurhiir\- SchiH.l l«h.>:i 
Corffr & Personal Tcunse 

Cashier" 
Chaplain 
Church Relatiiins 
Cffeehiiuse l«hal?l 
Comparative Cliiuiri 
Creative Aru Colle;; 
Cusutdial Services 
Dala Pr.KTessins Cer... 
Deveiopmenl & Ct.lle^e Keli 



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English Lang' 
EC Organizalicin of Slii, 
Financial Aid 
FiHid Service SAC.A 
Pcundali.ms Cllegium 
Health Services 
Internalinnal Education 
International Students 
Learning Resources Cen 
Letters C.llegium 
Marketing & Promotion 
Music 

Natural Sciences Colleg 
Past..ral C.iunseling 
Pers.mnel and Pavroll 
Phvsical Plant 
PoJl Omce 
President Armac.st 
Print Shop 



i.m WECR Ivvhen!) 



Edmund-. 

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Lihrarv F,.v 

. Health Cent 



Roherls Mu^ 

ience Auditor! 

Lihrarv Fox 




A YEAR OF 
CHANGE 



Special Acadei 
Student Accoii 
Student AlTair 



Bl'ILDlNd & MAP NUMBER 
I pl.am Adminislralion III 



Bininger The^ 

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Boat Ho 

Epsilon Aparim 



(Bayway) 54th AVENUE SOUTH 



eCKGRD COLLGCe 

FOUNDED AS 
aORlDA PRESBYTIRIAN COLLEGE 



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Student ParUinR 


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ECKERD COLLEGE 
CAMPUS MAP LOCATOR & KEY 



Key Number 


Duilding Name Map Location 


Key Number 


DuilJing Name M 


ap Location 


1 


Upham Adminisir.lt.on 


K.6 


21 


Student Cafeteria 


G-9 




Trt, JtT,.'! Off-a, Dan 0/ Faculty 






Pruidcnt'j Dmmj Room. TnU7*i Room 






Public Hetaiicm, Rtgucrar 












Alumni/PaTent Relaooru 




22 


Alpha Residence Cluster 


H.8 


2 


Griffin Chapel 


G-4 




ManogemCTtI Development Iiuluiiie 




3 


ASPECd^u-is House) 


D-3 


23 


Beta Residence Cluster 


H-IO 


4 


Physical Plant 


N-4 


24 


Gamma Residence Cluster 


G-10 


5 


McArthur Physical Education Center 


M-3 


25 


Delta Residence Cluster 


F-9 


6 


Psychology Laboratory 


MS 


26 


Epsilon Residence Cluster 


F.8 


7 


Scibcrt Humanities Duilding 


K-5 


27 


Zcta Residence Cluster 


D-8 


8 


Ferrer Language Center 


K-5 


28 


Kappa Rcsidciicc Cluster 


06 


9 




J-4 














29 


Dullard Tennis Courts 


K-IO 


10 


Dcndy McNair Auditorium 


J -5 














30 




Lll 


11 


Library 


J-6 








12 


Roberts Music Center 


F-6 


31 


Softball Field 


K.9 


13 


Ransom Visual Arts Center 


E-5 


32 


Baseball Field 


L-8 


14 


Bininger Center for Performing Arts 


E.5 


33 


Welcome Center 


M-4 


15 


Waterfront Complex (EC-SAR) 


J-ll 


34 


Nu Residence Cluster 


D.6 


16 


Edmundson Hall 

Aiimiinonsl Financial Aid, 
Pcrionnei, Bookiuyve. Prmi Shop 


J-7 


35 


Continuing Education Center 
EUeiluoiel, ELS 


N.5 


17 


Drown Hall 


H? 


36 


Galbraith Marine Science Laboratory 


B-6 




ComfuUT OnUT, Biarnea Office 

Snoci Bar. ECOS. EC-TV. WBCK 




37 


Human Resource Institute 


L-4 


18 


Lindsey Hall 

PEL, Siidcm AffazTi, Carta Strvica 


G-7 


38 


Marine Mammal Pathobiology Lab 


P-ll 


19 


Fox Hall 


G-6 


39 


College Harbor 


K.2 




Devt\opmtnt, Oaach Kelatujra 




40 


College Landings 


G.3 


20 


Webb Health Center/Security 


F-7 










1977-78 1st full year of inter-collegiate compe- 
tition for womens volleyball. 



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The team today 



SOCCER 




Lntercollegute 


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L'WCCD 


7in m 


SDH 


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BRSI/ARD vs BCLLIHS 


L-VOOD 


53J0 91 








FRARCIS HAJUON vs ECKERD 


L'WOOD 


liD m 


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SEP 


12 


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ROGER WILLIAMS COLLEGE 


L'WOOD 


7lD m 


SAT 


SEP 


26 


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L'WOOD 


7LD m 


SAT 


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3 


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Tj> m 


Wed 


Oct 


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7.-JD M 


FrL 


Oct 


9 


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T.n m 


Sat 


Oct 


10 


Eatry Riddle Aeco CniversLty 


W'Paric 


7:23 m 


SAT 


OCT 


17 


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3X0 m 


Wed 


Oct 


21 


St. Leo College ' 


Dade Cty 


4X0 m 


Sal: 


Oct 


24 


Queer.s College (C.-.arlotte , SC ) 


c Itte 


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25 


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•- Sunshlna State Conference 
L'WOOD- LaJzevood Sports Coaplex 

2000 Country Club May South 

ECKSRD- ECKERD COLLEGE CAMPUS 



. Petersburg. FL 337 1 1 -{313)564-3251 



10/7/92 
10/9/92 
10/10/92 
lO/n/92 
1/92 






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ECKERD COLLEGE 

SOCCER ROSTER 

1992 



NBR NAME 


HT 


WT 


POS CL 


HOMETOWN 


GK 


MIKE PAULSMEYER 


6-» 


195 


GK 


SR 


EDWARDSVILLE. IL 


GK 


ROBERT KOVACK 


6-0 


180 


GK 


FR 


P.ALM HARBOR, FL 


GK 


TBFT VLARA 


6-3 


200 


GK 


FR 


NO. SCITALTE, Rl 


2 


FRED DICKSON 


5-11 


160 


D 


SR 


ANCHORAGE. ALASKA 


3 


RICK KLEPACZ 


6-0 


175 


M 


SO 


E. BRUNSWICK, NJ 


4 


SCOTT LINNIENBLTtCER 


5-10 


185 


D 


m 


DEKALB, n. 


5 


MIKE CARBONI 


5-8 


155 


D 


m 


ST. PETERSBURG, FL 


6 


DAVID MORSE 


5-8 


165 


M 


SR 


RIO DE JANERIO. BRAZIL 


7 


MARKO RONNHOLMEN 


5-7 


165 


M 


JR 


STOCKHOLM. SWEDEN 


8 


MANNl' GANPOT 


5-10 


165 


F 


FR 


LONDON, ENGLAND 


9 


JOAKIM LIALIAS 


6-2 


185 


M 


SR 


STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN 


10 


PATRICK WAGNER 


6-0 


160 


F 


SR 


WILLEMSTED. CURACAO 


11 


TODD OBORNE 


5-10 


170 


F 


SO 


ATLANTA. GA 


12 


KEN SHAIN 


6-0 


170 


D 


JR 


GUTLDERLAND. NY 


14 


DAN RONNBERG 


5-11 


165 


M 


rR 


STOCKHOLM. SWEDEN 


15 


PERRY MONACO 


6-0 


170 


D 


m 


TARPON SPGS. FL 


16 


RICHARD JANZ 


5-10 


175 


M 


FR 


ST. PETERSBURG, FL 


17 


JIM EDWARDS 


6-2 


160 


M 


m 


BAYVTLLE. NJ 


18 


CHRIS CASEY 


6-1 


170 


M 


SR 


LEXINGTON, KY 


19 


RICHARD ANDERSON 


5-8 


160 


M 


m. 


DADE CITY. FL 


20 


CRAIG CURRY 


6-3 


175 


D 


so 


ORMOND BCH, FL 


21 


RICK FAIRCLOTH 


5-11 


180 


D 


SR 


GAINSVILLE. FL 


22 


BRIAN HALLINAN 


5-10 


165 


D 


FR 


MILLBURN. NJ 


23 


FABIO GHEILERMAN 


6-2 


170 


F 


SR 


SANPAOLO, BRAZIL 


24 


KEITH BERTANI 


5-11 


175 


D 


SO 


TARPON SPRINGS, FL 



HEAD COACH: JIM DINOBILE 
ASST COACH: STAN URQUHART 
ASST COACH: BILL LOGAN 



WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 







ECKERD COLLEGE 






1992 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 




DAY 


DATE 


OPPONENT 


LOC 


TIME 


W(Kl 


9/09/92 


Webber College 


Away 


7:00 


FRI 


9/11/92 


FLAGLER COLLEGE 


HOME 


7:30 


SUN 


9/13/92 


NOVA UNIVERSITY 


HOME 


1:00 


Wed 


9/16/92 


RoIUns College' 


Au-av 


7;30 


SAT 


9/19/92 


FL. SOUTHERN COLLEGE' 


HOME 


7:30 


FRI 


9/2S/92 


E.C. IPrvITATIONAL 


HOME 


TEA 


SAT 


9/26/92 


[Annitrong State) 

(BentJey CoUege) 

(Bethune Cookmrnii CoUege) 

(J«ck»onvlUe St«te Unlvenlty) 

(St. Leo CoUege) 

fTToy State UnJverBlty) 

fU. of Alatuma In HuncsvlUe) 






Wed 


9/30/92 


University' of Tampa" 


Away 


7:30 


Sat 


10/03/92 


FI. Institute of Technology* 


Away 


7:30 


WED 


10/07/92 


BETHUNE COOKMAN COLl 


.HOME 


7:00 


Sun 


10/11/92 


L'nlversit\- of N. Florida 


Awav 


1:00 


WED 


10/14/92 


ST. LEO'COLLEGE- 


HOME 


7:30 


FRI 


10/16/92 


BARRY UNrVERSITy 


HOME 


7:30 


MON 


10/19/92 


WEBBER COLLEGE 


HOME 


7:00 


WED 


10/21/92 


ROLLINS COLLEGE' 


HOME 


7:30 


Frl 


10/23/92 


J. S. U. Tournament 


Away 


TBA 


Sat 


10/24/92 


(Mississippi Univereit>' for Women) 
lU- of Alaljama in HunlsvUlel 
(Mississippi College) 






Wed 


10/28/92 


Fl. Southern College' 


Aw:ay 


7:30 


Mon 


11/02/92 


St. Leo College" 


Away 


7:30 


Frl 


11/06/92 


Barrv- University' 


Away 


7:30 


Sat 


11/07/92 


Nova University 


Aa-av 


12:00 


WED 


11/11/92 


UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA' 


HOME 


7:30 


SAT 


11/14/92 


FL. INSTITUTE OF TECH.' 


HOME 


7:30 


HEAD COACH: NANCY V. ROSY 






STUDENT ASST: A.J. JOSEPH 










1992 Eckerd College volleyball team 


Name 


Yr. 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Hometown 


Rebecca Burke 


Sr. 


MH 


5-6 


Lombard, III. 


Laurie Bickell 


Fr. 


S 


5-7 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


Kendra Campbell 


Fr. 


OH 


5-7 


Brentwood, Tenn. 


Jennifer Crowson 


Sr. 


S 


5-5 


Silverdale, Wash. 


Jennifer Dragstedt 


Fr. 


MH 


6-0 


Marlboro, Mass. 


Robin Holevinski 


Fr. 


OH 


5-8 


Lavonia, N.Y. 


Sherry Howell 


Sr. 


OH 


5-9 


Curacao 


Nicole Jackson 


Jr. 


OH 


5-9 


LaBelle 


Shera Moxley 


Jr. 


OH 


5-10 


Ocala 


Amy Smith 


So. 


OH 


5-5 


Clinton, Conn. 


Karl Tank 


So. 


OH 


5-11 


Crystal Lake, III. 


Jessica Tinklenberg 


Fr. 


OH 


5-8 


Blaine, Minn. 


Pamela Vandeven 


Sr. 


MH 


6-0 


Pinellas Park 


Kristen Whitmer 


Fr. 


S 


5-6 


N. Canton, Ohio 



Head coach: Nancy Roby. Student assistant: A.J. Joseph 





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Application for Admission 




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Permanent Address. 



First Middle (Name preferred to be called) 

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I am applying as a Freshman '^ . If accepted I wisfi to enter: 

a) Fall Term beginning August 19 b) Spring Term beginning February 19 

I am applying as a Transfer [2. If accepted I wish to enter: 

a) Module I, September 19 c) Wmter Term, January 19 e) Module IV, April 19 

b) Module II, November 19 d) Module III, February 19 

(see prospectus for modular calendar details) 

All students are expected to live on campus unless they are over 23 years of age or are married or living with relatives. 
I plan to live: on campus n, off campus D. 

High School(s) or Preparatory School(s) attended: 

Name . . 19 to19 Private D Public D 



19 to 19 Private 



Date of Graduation. 



Your school Counselor . 



5. To help the Admissions Committee get a more complete picture of you, please write one or two paragraphs telling us more about your 
interests, achievements, concerns, and goals. We are particularly interested in items not fully reflected in your school records Use 
the space below or a separate sheet of paper. 





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Congrats on a job well-done^ Conal 
We are very proud of you. 



Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Congratulations, Jill! 

Once again you've made us proud. 

We wish you the very best that life has to offer. 

Mom, Marc and Jason 




(Best ofLucl<i and 

CongraiuCation to tfie Ctass of '931 



ffrom the 
Law Offices ofiMicfiaefS- 'DuSercfdn 



Freshman Caroline DeFiore 
consults the local sage 
on academic matters 
at Eckerd 





Congraiulaflons, Voko! 




Love, 



All of your family. 



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It's Be&n 
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Lot^e, Moni, DckI, & Alan 



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NORTHSHORE CONSULTANTS 
& MANAGEMENT CORPORATIONS 

458-D SOUTH REXFORD DRIVE 
BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90212 

OFFICE: 310-274-4358 
FAX: 310-274-6780 



PAGE HOEPER.DIRECTOR 




If you love, you can accomplish miracles. 

Congratulations, Roryl 

We love you-- 

Mom and Dad 




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of 

1993 





Congratulations, Maite! 




We are so proud of you. 
We love you. 

Mom and Grandmotn 



Phaedra, 



Well Done!! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



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Kerri Lyn Kreh — 

i'ongratuiQt'OnS! 

MjiGh SudOgSS and happiness 
in the future. 



Lo^E, 

Mom and ^ad 

Keith 

Kim and Jim 

IP. and Melissa 





Congratulations! 



Mom 
and 
Dad 




Cathy 

and 

Sharon 



Jennifer Crowson 
1975 




Congratulations Christa Calamas 
and thank you Eckerd College!! 



Love, 



Mom and Dad 




Belinda Aubuchon, Jostens Representative recognizes Fntzi Brocklebank during 
workshop this spring. 



yearbook 



Believe it or not, the '93 yearbook finally is done. After many trials and tribulations, the final layouts were 
completed and sent to the Josten's plant on September 24, 1993 (well into the 93-94 academic year.) 

I would like to thank all the freshmen who made up the core of our staff; Melanie Green and Nicole Hord 
(co-editors) for all their hard work, brainstorming and many long nights; and the Student Affairs staff for their 
support. The greatest thanks, however goes to the Aubuchons for their patience, support and belief in my abili- 
ties to get the book done (no matter, how late!!) And to Bill Aubuchon, this book would never have gotten done 
had it not been for all your help with the layouts and typing. Thank you! 

As a graduate of Eckerd College (Class of '93), I hope that all enjoy this book and the effort that went into 
completing it. And to all my friends who had to deal with me over the past year, the book is done and I'm back 
to my "normal" self. 

Thank you Eckerd for four wonderful years 
and for the past 33 years!! 



Fritzi P. Brocklebank 
'93 Editor