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88 Academics 
Sports 120 

168 Organizations 
Seniors 216 



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Traditionally... 



. . .the University of Maryland represents the goals and ideals of 
higher education. The epitome of a college campus, UMCP 
consists of large, red brick buildings with white columns; wide, 
sweeping lawns; bell towers and a chapel on a hill. Stretching over 
an area of 1,378 acres, the campus also includes swimming pools, 
a tennis bubble, a golf course and farm land with a fully equipped 
equestrian center. 




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Created in 1856 as the Maryland Agricultural College, UMCP 
retains numerous traditions. The athletic teams at UMCP 
exemplify the winning tradition. Incorporating events such as 
Homecoming, tailgating, Spirit Week and the annual bon fire into 
the athletic atmosphere make every student a part of the winning 
tradition. Traditional spring rites include the transformation of 
Byrd Stadium into Byrd Beach, a week long exodus to warmer 
areas and Greek Week. 




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Opening 



...What We Make It 



The campus serves as a backdrop against which over 35,000 
students display their individual personalities. The cultural and 
ethnical diversity of students from all over the world enriches the 
social and intellectual atmosphere of UMCP. Each member of 
every graduating class gains something different from spending a 
portion of their life here. The campus provides the framework 
upon which the students build. 




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The annual Art Attack fair on the McKeldin 
Library mall provides students, faculty and 
visitors with an opportunity for artistic 
expression in a variety of creative ways. 
Entertainment ranges from cultural dances and 
food, to popular music and to unique 
canvasses for painting. 



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12 Art Attack 




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Art Attack 13 




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4 Art Attack 




Art Attack 15 




Mary Kontorousis (2) 



16 Art Attack 




Art Attack 17 



Union Do's 



The Adele H. Stamp Union constantly 
pulsates with student activity. Besides providing 
ifor basic needs such as food and quick cash, 
the Union boasts of a bowling alley, billiards 
roonn, movie theater and record store. Various 
student organizations conduct business out of 
the Union as well. 








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18 Student Union 




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Student Union 19 




20 Student Union 




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Student Union 21 




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22 Student Union 




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Student Union 23 




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24 Route 1 




Route 1 25 



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26 Route 1 



A Stretch Of Our Own 

Stretching fronn Maine to Florida, the 
personality of U.S. Rte 1 changes many tinnes 
along the way. The Route through College Park, 
populated by bars, fast food joints and 
convenience stores, plays a nnajor role in 
student life at UMCP. 




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Brought to life by 
the early risers 
heading for an 8:00 
class, activity on the 
mall continues 
throughout the day. 
Frisbee games, 
hackey sac 
tournaments and 
impromptu musical 
performances provide 
enjoyment for both 
participants and on 
lookers. 




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Turf's Up 



During the warm months Byrd Stadium, 
home of the Terrapin football team, 
becomes a sunbathers' paradise 
affectionately known as Byrd Beach. 
Students fill the bleachers in bathing suits 
and suntan oil, in the hopes of attaining that 
savage tan. During the prime tanning hours, 
greetings called across the stands are barely 
audible above the music of many radios. 




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Exit Stage South 

When that long awaited week in IVIarch 
arrives, the hub of campus ceases. During 
spring breal<, the dorms, dining halls, 
libraries and Union shops close down; the 
shuttle buses stop running and traffic on 
Rte 1 lessens. Students traditionally head for 
warmer weather and relaxation on the 
beaches of Florida, Mexico and the 
Caribbean. 




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42 Features 




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Eddie Pena 



44 Surrounding Cities 




Kicking Around Town 

Located just ten minutes from the 
nation's capital, College Park sits in the 
center of a major metropolitan area. The 
campus' proximity to Washington, D.C., 
Baltimore and Annapolis provides students 
with ideal opportunities for internships, 
cultural events and a diverse nightlife. 



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58 Graduation 





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Graduation 59 



Dad, I got a job. 




You did? 
With a Fortune 100 company. 

IBM? GE? 
In an industry bigger than electronics. 

Does this job pay well? 
Yep, and it'll lead to a lot more. 

What else do you get? 
Great benefits. Training. They'll even spring 
for graduate courses. 

Where is this company? 
All over the world. But I'll start at one of 
their million dollar operations near here. 

Is there room to move up? 
A lot of their corporate officers started out 
the same way. 

What will you be doing? 
Oh, business management. Staff supervision. 
Financial planning. Marketing. And a lot of 
other things. 

What's the name of this company? 
McDonald's.® 

Looks like four years of 

college really did teach 

you something. 

For career information, send your resume to: C. Newman, Dept. SSW/UM, 
McDonald's Corporation, 3015 Williams Dr., Fairfax, VA 22031, (703) 698-4016. 

Always an Equal Opportunity/Affinnative Action Employer. 





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Graduation 61 





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Campus Criterium 63 




4 First Look Fair 



Trendy Terrapins 



Students traditionally express themselves through the clothes 
they wear. Fashion at UMCP this year ranged from torn jeans and 
over sized shirts, to business suits with oxford shirts and ties, to 
tie dye tee shirts, jean skirts and sandles. Whatever the style, you 
can be sure that students at Maryland set the trend. 




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Fashion 67 



68 Fashion 





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Fashion 69 



Live In College Park 



Stanley Jordan eased listener's minds when he played his guitar 
at the Art Attack fair. He was only one of the many people that 
performed at the University. Mega Death, a heavy metal group, and 
Grapes of Wrath, a progressive music group, played in the Atrium 
in the Student Union. The comedian, Jerry Sienfeld, had students 
rolling in their seats. This year, students were able to find 
entertainment for all of their tastes. 



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Speak Out 

Visitors to UIVICP 
abounded this year. 
Among tliem were 
found refugees, 
entertainers, filnn 
directors, and 
politicians. Spike Lee 
shared his experiences 
with filnn directing. 
Jello Biafra incited 
students with his 
views on many 
contemporary issues. 
At Ritchie Coliseum, 
Jessie Jackson 
addressed a standing 
room only crowd. 




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Political activism is 
traditionally found at 
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dennonstrate peacefully 
against issues that are 
taken to heart. Every 
group has an 
opportunity to state 
their personal views. 
Drug testing and 
sexism were two of 
the hot topics this year 
at the University. 




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Waiting For? 

Wait listing is a fact 
of life at UMCP. 
Traditionally, the long 
lines at the beginning 
of each sennester are 
dreaded. Wait listing 
was nnade easier this 
year with the addition 
of more computers. 
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long, but they moved 
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The College of Agriculture prepares students for careers in 
agriculturally related sciences, technology and business. A dairy 
farnn on campus plus several operating research farms in Maryland 
offer practical experience for students. 




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The School of 
Architecture prepares 
students for a 
number of careers in 
fields such as 
historic preservation, 
real estate 
development and 
public administration. 
The Master's degree 
program qualifies 
students to enter into 
the career of 
architecture. 



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The College of Arts and Humanities offers some of the most 
diverse programs found on campus. The College encourages 
different approaches to the study of cultural behavior. Students 
develop excellent writing skills and the ability to think logically and 
critically. This prepares students for a variety of careers and 
professional training. 




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College of Arts and Humanities 95 



The College of Behavioral and Social 
Sciences is for those students who are 
interested in the study of human behavior. 
Students learn the techniques of 
problem— solving for human and social 
problems. The courses offered encourage 
students to understand the world around 
them. 




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provides students with a professional 
education in business and management. The 
programs are based on a foundation In the 
liberal arts. The College prepares students to 
be effective and responsible managers. 




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The College of 
Computer, 
Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences 
contributes to the 
research activities of 
the University. The 
College offers 
programs for 
students interested 
in any of these 
sciences. The 
College prepares 
students for jobs in 
government, industry 
and graduate work. 




The College of 
Education prepares 
students for careers 
in teaching and 
educational work. 
Student teaching 
offers students 
excellent practical 
experience in their 
field. 



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College of Education 103 



The College of Engineering connbines basic sciences, 
engineering sciences, professional studies and general studies. 
Upon graduation, students are prepared to solve the technical 
problems of science. 




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104 College of Engineering 




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College of Engineering 105 



The College of 
Human Ecology 
focuses on the 
relationships and 
interactions between 
people and their 
environnnents. 
Students are trained 
to find solutions to 
societal problems. 



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The College of Journalism prepares 
students to pursue careers in a wide range 
of informal, interpretive, and promotional 
mass communication activities. Journalism 
courses are designed to provide students 
with a working knowledge of the tools and 
concepts they will need to perform as 
competent professional communicators 




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108 College of Journalism 




College of Journalism 109 



The College of 
Library and 
Information Services 
teaches students the 
skills to become 
professional 
librarians. The 
program Is offered 
only to graduate 
students. 




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The College of Life Sciences teaches the 
ways in which living organisms relate to one 
another and their environments. Students 
receive rigorous training in their specialized 
fields. 




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The College of Physical Education, 
Recreation and Health offers diverse 
courses for students. The college offers 
programs integrating research, service and 
instruction. 





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In the School of Public Affairs, students 
nnay specialize in international security, 
issues of government-private sector 
interaction and public sector financial 
managennent. The progrann is only offered to 
graduate students. 




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"Glenn Page returns the interception." 
"Joe Krivak surveys the field." 




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"Neil O'Donnel brings the Terps to the 
line." 



Football 123 




124 Football 




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Football 125 




Left: Warren Powers' 
name rings a bell. 
Below: Here come 
the Terps! 



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The Terrapins face some of the toughest 
competition in the nation in the 1988 
season. Coach Joe Krivak said "The nice 
thing about this squad is that it is relatively 
young, but we've got a sprinkling of seniors 
in there that gives us a chance to be a good 
football team." The 1987 record for the Terps 
is 4-7 overall and 3-3 in the ACC. In middle 
November, the Terps' record was 5-5 overall 
and 4-2 in the ACC. 



126 Football 




The Terps fielded a 
young team in the 
88-89 season but 
played beyond 
expectations. Coach 
Wade looks fonA/ard 
to the team's growth 
in the future. 



Left: Massenburg 
with a crushing 
dunk! Below: 
Scramble for the 
loose ball. 




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Basketball 129 



Below: Vincent 
Broadnax fights for 
the ball. Right: Jesse 
Martin drives to the 
hoop. 




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Deanna Tate 
celebrates a victory 
by saving the net. 





Deanna Tate takes a 
foul shot. 

Caria Holmes passes 
the ball. 



The women's 
basketball team 
looks forward to a 
promising season. 
Among the returning 
players are fonA/ard 
Vicky Bullett and 
guard Deanna Tate. 
Coached by Chris 
Weller, the team's 
record for the 1988 
season is 26-6. The 
women also won the 
ACC Championship 
for the 7th time 
since the start of the 
team's 11 years ago. 



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"Drew Johnson, Terp's 2nd baseman, 
rounds the bases." 

"Outfielder, Dave Sentman, goes for the 
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The baseball team 
won less than half of 
their Atlantic Coast 
Conference games 
for the third year in a 
row with a record of 
5-14. Their overall 
record was 19-24 in 
the 1987 season. 
Coach Jack Jackson 
is looking fonA/ard to 
a challenging season 
this year. 

"A Terp player delivers his pitch." 



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Baseball 135 



'Jim Dearman reaches for a hard shot." 
"Jeff Simon shows his background." 



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"Harold Castillo 
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With six returning 
lettermen, tine men's 
tennis team finished 
last season with a 
record of 16-10. The 
team finished 7th in 
the ACC tournament. 
John Zahurak was 
named to the AII-ACC 
team. 



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The women's 
tennis team finished 
last season with a 
record of 17-10. The 
team finished 6th in 
the ACC toumament. 
Claudia Borgiani was 
named to the AII-ACC 
team. 

Kerri Stern returns the 
volley, winning 6-3, 6-3 
over the University of 
Richmond. 



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The 
University of 
Maryland's 
men's lacrosse 
team finished 
last season 
with a record of 
6-4 in the 
regular season. 
Coached by 
Dick Edell, the 
team is looking 
forward 
towards an 
exciting 
season. 

Terp midfielder Dan 
Guilday manuevers 
around a University of 
Virginia player. 



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Headed by Coach 
Suzanne Tyler, the 
women's lacrosse 
team finished last 
season with a record 
of 11-6. The Terps 
played an exciting 
exhibition game with 
the Australian team. 
Coach Tyler Is 
looking fonA/ard to an 
exciting season with 
a strong team. 

Kelli Visco attempts to 
break away from an 
opponent. 



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takes off down the field. 
Bottom left- Heads up for 
the Terps. Bottom right- 
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clobbered going for the 
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The men's 
soccer team, 
coached by 
Alden Shattuck, 
had a record of 
9-7-5 last 
season. This 
season, the 
Terps hope to 
make their 
record better. 
As of mid- 
season, their 
record is 9-7-5. 

Terp middie just kickin' 
around. 



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Hans Orthner coached the women's 
soccer teann to a record of 8-8-1 last season. 
The teann, which does not receive funding 
fronn the University, plays a tough schedule. 
As of nnid-season, the record stood at 8-8-2. 




Carl Bower (2) 



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Vicky Bullett, a senior general studies nnajor and forward on the 
Terrapin basketball team, rose to play fonA/ard on the 1988 U.S. 
Olynnpic Women's Basketball team. Once in Seoul, Vicky helped 
the U.S. win a gold medal. 



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Maryland's men's cross country teann 
closed the season finishing 12th out of 46 
teams in the district III championships. Greg 
Early was the top Terp finisher, with a time 
of 31:38 on the 10 kilometer course. 
Coached by Dan Rincon, the team's overall 
record for the 1988 season is 4-4. 

The women's cross country team tied for 
7th out of 42 teams in the district III 
championships. Rosalind Taylor finished 6th 
place overall at the meet. Coached by Dan 
Rincon, the Terrapin women have a record 
of 4-7 overall. 



Dennis Drenner (2) 



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The Ice Hockey 
Club is starting its 
seventh season at 
the University of 
Maryland. Last 
season, they had a 
record of 17-11-2. The 
team plays in the 
Southern Collegiate 
Hockey Association 
and in the 
Northeastern 
Collegiate Hockey 
Association. 

Maryland defense 
tries to keep the 
puck from entering 
the goal. 




Michael Groves (3) 



Terps manuever for a 
shot on goal. 



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Carl Bower (3) 



The University of IVIaryland's field hockey team won the 1987 
NCAA Channpionship with a record of 18-4-1. This season, with new 
head coach IVIissy IVIeharg along with new 1988 Olympian assistant 
coach Christy Morgan, the team will try to retain the title. Three- 
time Ail-American Kim Turner, two-time Ail-American Jessica Wilk 
and seniors Cheryl Rudio and Carolyn Muller will lead the team. 




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The Terrapin wrestling teann ended the 
1988 season with an overall record of 12-9 
and an ACC record of 3-4. Maryland ranked 
3rd in the ACC and Tom Reese won the 
heavy weight division of the ACC 
tournament. 




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The women's volleyball team had an 
overall record of 10-21 and an ACC record of 
2-4 in the 1988 season. The team lost 
players Sue Kerr and Norma Kemp. 1st year 
coach Janice Kruger is looking fonA/ard to a 
challenging year. 




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The Terps put the 
ball in play. 




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The Maryland men's swim team finished 
28th in the NCAA for its highest finish ever. 
Mike Lambert placed 7th in the 200 yard 
backstroke with a time of 1:47.81. This gave 
him All-American honors. His time was the 
highest finish ever far a Maryland swimmer. 
The women's record for the '88 season was 
6-4 overall and 1-3 in the ACC. 



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The Terrapin 
gymnastic teann had 
a total high score of 
185.85 in the 1988 
season. The team, 
coached by Bob 
Nelligan, won the 
1988 ACC 
championship. 




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The Rugby Club 
record for the 1988 
season is 3-2. They 
tied for 2nd place but 
were kept out of the 
Mid Atlantic Regional 
Tournament by 8 
points. Pat Thonnas 
was voted nnost 
valuable player for 
1988. Captain Perry 
Fri credits Coach 
Doug Hagen, who 
joined the team in 
the fall semester, 
with turning the team 
around. Todd Garey, 
the only graduating 
senior, was selected 
for All League Play. 
Fri expects a strong 
season next year. 



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Organizations 



Maryland Media, Inc. 




Jason Hoffman 



Mai7land Media Inc. is a non-profit 
organization that owns and produces 
five campus publications: The 
Diamondbaci<. Mitzpeh, and the 
Eclipse newspapers, Calvert literary 
magazine and Terrapin yearbook. 

Established in 1971 by the Board of 
Regents, Maryland Media Inc is 
headed by the Board of Directors. 
Members are:(L— R) Ira Allen, Nancy 
French, Rhonda Williams, Susan 
Gainen, Kyna Taylor.(back rov\/,L— R) 
Chef Rhodes, Marc Felsen, Steve 
Lamphier, Richard Parkas, Debbi 
Barracato, Michael Fribush. 



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Business Staff 




The Maryland Media Business 
Office handles all of the business 
operations of Maryland Media inc., 
including bookkeeping, accounting, 
and soliciting subscriptions for all five 
MMI publications. 

The Maryland Media business staff 
are: (front row.L— R) Joan Mayse, 
Shelley Secoolish, Ron Little (back 
row.L— R) Scott Dickerson, Business 
Manager Nancy French and Sarah 
Stein. Not pictured: Karen Chew. 



Michael Groves 



Advertising Staff 




The Diamondback Advertising staff 
is responsible for selling space in the 
newspaper to local and campus 
businesses and groups interested in 
reaching vast numbers of UMCP 
students and faculty. The members of 
the staff are L-R: front row - Susan 
Charlop, Kevin Dowling, Nancy 
Benevides, Marci Block, Polly Manke; 
back row - Todd Starr, Lori Terry, 
Eileen Zilist, Natalie Klein; not pictured 
- Scott Delo, Amy Edlin, Andrew 
Galankis, Edgar Villongco, Teresa 
Spizzuco, Christopher Hundertmark. 



Lloyd Hanna 



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Diamondback 




Dennis Drenner 



The independently run Diamondback 
newspaper has a circulation of about 
21,000. The paper is run by the 
independent corporation, Maryland 
Media Inc., and has no ties to the 
University. The newspaper is 
considered one of the best student 
publications in the country. The 
editor in chief this year was Janet 
Naylor. 



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Production Shop 




The Maryland Media, Inc. Production 
Shop handles typesetting, paste up 
and camera work for the five student 
publications owned by the company. 
The shop also takes in outside work 
such as resumes, newsletters, flyers, 
posters and wedding invitations. 
Staffed with four full-time graphic 
artists and numerous part-time 
employees, the activity level remains 
high in the shop throughout the day 
and night. 



Eva Ouintos (2) 



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Eclipse 




Mary Kontorousis 



The Eclipse is tine blacl< student 
newsmagazine of UMCP. Founded in 
1967 as a newsletter by OMSE and the 
BSU, the Eclipse was formerly called 
the Black Explosion. In 1971, Maryland 
Media, Inc. became the organization's 
primary funder and in 1985, the 
original Black Explosion became what 
is now known formally as the Eclipse. 

A voice of the black student body, 
the Eclipse has covered information 
relative to the black community since 
its founding. The name. Eclipse, has a 
symbolic meaning not understood by 
many people. As does the moon block 
the sun, the institutions of today's 
society as well as its primary leaders 
hide and keep the knowledge of our 
past from us. Not only that, racism, 



which was formerly overt (in the light), 
is now covert (behind a screen and 
sewn up in the fabric of society). 
PEACE. 

Pictured from left to right: back row 
- Rory Holley, Cornelius Johnson, 
Kevin Cox, Reginald Diggs, Steve 
Palmer; 2nd row - Anissa Raeford, 
Macira Hansard, Robin Burt, Monette 
Austin, Tanya Parker, Carolyn Opher, 
Terri Bland, Nirri Mellix, Jacqueline 
McClean, Linda Jones, Coralette 
Marshall; 1st row - Kirsten Statesman, 
Kecia Hansard, news editor; Chris 
Garland, assistant photo editor; 
Rhonda Y. Williams, editor in chief; 
Les Dixon, sports editor; Malcom, 
future staff writer; Ron Gill, executive 
editor; Monique Moore 



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Mitzpeh 




Michael Groves 



Mitzpeh is the independently run 
Jewish student newpaper at the 
University of IVlaryland, which is 
published bi-weekly. Mitzpeh's goal 
is to cover the issues and events that 
shape the Jewish community, whether 
they center on the campus, the 
community or around the world. 
Pictured are (L-R) Sanford Gruenfeld, 
managing editor; Helen Teitelbaum, 
assistant managing editor and Marc I. 
Felsen, editor in chief. 



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Terrapin 




Eva Quintos (9) 

Terrapin 1989 began as an idea in 
December of 1987. Early in tine spring 
semester of 1988. a staff got togettier, 
chose a ttieme and set out to make 
tfie idea a reality. The result is an 
attempt by 15 people to capture the 
essence of a school of 40,000. 

Photo Editor Lloyd Hanna took 
responsibility for the visual 
representation of life at UMCP, 
supervising a staff of photographers, 
developing film, making prints and 
dealing with the photography studio. 

Copy Editor Stacey Wages provided 
the verbal version of the people, 
places and events covered by the 
photographs. 

Section Editors Nancy Jones, Paul 
Streaker, Lavinia Rachal and Heather 



Carr combined the work of Lloyd and 
Stacey to create each page. 

Production Managers Paul Mickus 
and Wendy Routenberg prepared each 
page for the printer, sizing photo 
squares, typesetting copy and pasting 
down each graphic element in the 
proper position. The production 
managers turned the ideas conceived 
by section editors into readily 
producable camera ready pages. 

Business Manager Kelley Clarke 
handled sales, senior portraits and 
mail-in flyers. 

Editor in Chief Debra Barracato 
oversaw the entire production, solving 
the numerous problems that arose, 
supervising the staff and editing each 
page before it went to production. 




Debra Barracato 

Editor in Chief 



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Lavinia Rachal 

Organizations Editor 



Stacey Wages 

Copy Editor 



Paul Streaker 

Sports Editor 



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Student Affairs 



The division of Student Affairs has 
responsibility for the coordination and 
direction of a variety of student 
services and student development 
programs. The vice-president's office 
serves as an advocate for student 
issues and concerns w/ithin the 
administration of the campus and the 
university. The vice president, in 
conjunction with the departments 
within the division, promotes the 
individual development of all students, 
activities, campus-wide events and the 
addressing of environmental issues 
that affect campus life. The 
departments comprising the Division 
of Student Affairs are: Campus 
Activities, Campus Guest Services, 
Campus Recreation Services, 
Commuter Affairs, Counseling Center, 
Department of Campus Parl<ing, 
Dining Services, Graduate Apartments, 
Health Center, Judicial Programs, 
Orientation, Residential Facilities, 
Resident Life, Stamp Student Union, 
and University Book Center. 




Campus Photo Services (5) 

Vice President William Thomas Jr. 



Assistant Vice President Drury Bagwell 





Assistant Vice President R. Stimpson 




Assistant to the Vice President 
Sharon Fries 



Assistant to the 

Vice President for Research 

Janet Schmidt 



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Dining Services 




Campus Photo Services 

Director Matthew Sheriff 



The Department of Dining Services continues to 
offer a wide variety of dining options to the entire 
campus community. The newly renovated Ellicott 
Diner, a recreation of a 1950's diner, complete with 
black and white tiles, neon, and a juke box, proved 
to be the most popular spot on campus. 

The resident Dining Rooms began a program of 
premium dining in addition to the regular diverse 
menu. Premium meals include lobster, prime rib, 
and shrimp. Cambridge West also hosted a super 
buffet including lobster, shrimp, steamed clams 
and carved roast beef. 

Highlights of the year included the Chancellor's 
Convocation Picnic, the commencement 
ceremonies, the grand opening of Ellicott Diner and 
the ACUHO banquets and EDUCOM wine tasting. 



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Campus Recreation 



1988-89 was a year of memories and 
traditions at Campus Recreation 
Services. The year began with the 
breaking of new ground as the 
Women's Soccer Team gained varsity 
status with the support of CRS and 
began a new Terrapin tradition ending 
the season with a 12-9-1 record. 

On the Intramural playing fields, 
another tradition was upheld as NFC 
won their third straight championship 
title in the Women's "AA" soccer 
competition. In flag football, SAE 
dominated the Fraternity "AA" league 
and ACE became the first champions 
of the Men's "AA" Super 8 
Tournament in outdoor Crease Soccer. 

CRS continued to offer a spectrum 
of activities for staying in shape and 
having fun. Aerobics continued to be 
popular with the campus community 
and more and more males were seen 
in classes. In fact, 1988 saw the first 
male aerobic instructor for CRS. 
Students, faculty, and staff enjoyed 
lap swimming, racquetball, tennis, and 
weightlifting (to name a few), courtesy 
of CRS— a continuing tradition at the 
University of fvlaryland. 




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Director Nick Kovalkides 



Campus Activities 



There is life after class-with Campus 
Activities. The office works with over 
400 student organizations, including 
Student Government Association and 
fraternities and sororities. They provide 
leadership training, organization 
support services, and advising. 
Through such major campus programs 
as the First Look Fair, Art Attack and 
Homecoming, Campus Activities helps 
students get involved and make the 
most of the college experience. 




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Resident Life 



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On campus housing provides an 
opportunity to live with other students. 
Through the constant interaction with 
those of varying bacl^grounds, the late 
night talks with floormates or a 
roommate and participation and 
involvement in unit or community 
governance, as well as the numerous 
activities available to the campus 
community, many students have their 
most enjoyable and rewarding 
experiences while living on campus. 

The Department of Resident Life is 
responsible for the management of the 
residence halls as well as for the 
cultural, educational, recreational and 
social programming activities. A staff 
of full-time graduate and 
undergraduate employees in each of 
five residential communities helps to 
meet community programming, 
physical environment and 
administrative needs. 



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When students leave campus in 
May, Campus Guest Services rolls out 
the carpet for summer guests 
including conference delegates, sports 
campers, students and faculty from 
other campuses and attendees of 
religious programs. 

Summer guests meet in classrooms, 
sleep in dormitories, eat in dining 
centers and use the campus in much 
the same way as students during the 
school year. 

Summer conferences keep the 
campus active, provide work for 
students and produce revenue that 
helps to defray the cost of housing, 
meals and other services during the 
school year. 



Campus Photo Services 
Director Patrick Perfetto 



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Orientation Office 



The Orientation Office is designed 
to ease the transition of new students 
entering the University. With the help 
of trained peer advisors, the office 
provides programs that focus on 
academics, study sl^ills, living 
arrangements, extra-curricular 
involvement, advising and registration. 
A highlight of the two-day freshman 
program is an original musical, 
"Time. ..And Time Again" that depicts 
the freshman year. 

In addition to the Orientation 
programs, the office offers an on- 
going course for freshman (EDCP 108 
O), initiates and participates in the 
First Look Program, shares the 
responsibility for S.H.O.W., a Big 
Brother/Big Sister program and offers 
a variety of other services which help 
to integrate new students into our 
campus community. 

Getting involved is easier thanks to 
UMaps and the S.H.O.W. (Students 
Helping, Orienting and Welcoming) 
program. 




Department of Campus Parking 



The UMCP-Department of Campus 
Parking is responsible for the 
management and the effective use of 
all parking areas on campus, the 
registration of nearly 50,000 vehicles 
and the upholding of the University of 
Maryland College Park parking rules 
and regulations. These objectives are 
achieved through education, 
engineering and enforcement. 

The DCP also dissemnites 
information toe the UMCP community 
through publications, fliers and 
campus newspaper editorials. These 
communication outlets provide 
information about new and existing 
programs. 

The DCP has recently added 1,600 
new parking spaces in the form of a 
new parking garage. This garage has 
also become the new home of DCP. 
The new office is located on the 
ground level opposite Regent's drive. 
This central location will enable DCP 
to better serve the UMCP community. 




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Counseling Center 




For many years, the Counseling 
Center has provided one or more 
direct forms of counseling assistance 
to approximately 25% of the UMCP 
Commencement graduates. These 
services are provided by the six 
divisions within the center: Counseling 
Service; Disabled Student Sen/ice; 
Learning Assistance Service; Parent 
Consultation and Child Evaluation 
Service; Returning Students Program 
and Testing, Research and Data 
Processing Unit. 

The services of the Center are 
available to undergraduates. All 
graduates are entitled to an intake 
interview or consultation from each of 
the divisions. Best Wishes to every 
graduate! 



Adele H. Stamp Union 




Director J. Osteen 



The Adele H. Stamp Student Union 
serves as the center of campus life for 
the entire University community. Over 
its 30 year history, the Union has 
grown from a small recreation center 
into the prominent source of social, 
educational, and recreational activity 
for the campus. Today, the Union 
provides a diverse range of programs 
and campus services utilized by over 
22,000 people daily. Such programs 
vary from mini-courses to musical 
entertainment, from guest lectures to 
guided weekend trips, as well as 
campus-wide social events, such as 
the annual All-Niter. The Union also 
houses the Hoff Theater, the Art 
Center and the Recreation Center, 
providing a welcome relief from 
academic pressures. In addition, the 
Union is a source of education where 
students can gain work experience 
and learn lifetime leadership skills 
through employment or by serving on 
the Union's many programming 
committees. 



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Health Center 



Check out the Health Center located 
directly across from the Stamp Union 
on Campus Drive for primary care of 
illness and injury, health promotion 
and maintenance, consultation or 
education. Health Center services 
include the dental clinic, men's clinic, 
women's clinic, skin care, sports 
medicine, physical therapy, nutrition 
counseling, mental health, social 
services, laboratory and a pharmacy. 
Individual and group health education 
programs are also available on topics 
such as sexual health and 
contraception, stress management, 
substance use and abuse and 
sexuality and communication. 

The Health Center is open 24 hours, 
seven days a week. Appointments are 
recommended, but students are also 
seen on a walk in basis. Currently 
registered students who have paid the 
health fee are eligible for care. 




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Student Affairs 




p Judicial Programs 



The primary function of the Office 
of Judicial Programs is to resolve 
disciplinary charges against students 
promptly and equitably. 

An integral component of this 
process is the Central Judicial Board. 
The Office of Judicial Programs 
operates five student judicial boards 
involving approximately 40 
undergraduate and graduate students. 
Each board consists of five to seven 
students of w/hich one is selected 
presiding officer. The boards are 
charged with the responsibilities of 
reviewing cases of alleged misconduct 
and recommending sanctions to the 
Director of Judicial Programs. The 
board members are trained and 
advised by the Judicial Programs staff. 



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Omicron Delta Kappa 




Undergraduate members include: Kathy Alexander. Robin April. Robson Arau|0, Marcia Bailey, Daniel Beck, Seth Bernstein, Stacy Blake, Timothy 
Bogardus. Gregory Bokman, Gardner Bolster. Katharyn Boyer, Sarah Bradley. Alkesh Brahmbhatt, Denise Brown. Mona Calistrat, Craig Carter. Lori 
Conley, Mary Joyce Conley, Suzanne Conley, John Dixon, Edward Dolegowski, Calvin Ellis. Valerie Ezrin. Toyin Fadope. t\/lichael Pagan. Brad Federman, 
James Foster. Darryl Freeman, Cheryl Fridkin, Robert Gagnon. Tiffany Garfinkle. Lindsey Gleadall, Harriette Golob. Alan Goltz, Denise Goode, David 
Gregory, Ragini Gupta, Mark Haney, Laura Head, Ronald Heneghan, Michael Hess. Christopher Highfill, Sherita Hill. J. Michael Kost. Abbe Krauss, 
Jason Kravits. Stacy Kurtz. Brian Le Gette, John Lill, Kelly Lincoln, Astrid Lopez. Alicia Luster. Stacy Lutz. Rick Macker. Gina Massoglia. Jennifer 
Money, Melanee Moon, Jennifer Moriatis, Thomas Musser II, Kelly Nash, Lisa Needleman. Dana Neilsen , Mike Nicholson Jr., Shauna Paylor, Jennifer 
Pedersen. Deborah Purchase, Puneet Rakesh. Mike Remsberg Jr., Daleen Resnick, Steven Richman, Brian Rinehart. Stuart Ritter. Kathenne Rutherford, 
Karen Samsock, Feroz Sanaulla. Douglas Schuhardt. Sharon Silverman, Steven Strong, Adriene Thorne-Martin, Mary Tomayko, David Tirbble, Rodney 
Tyson, Paul Vaillancourt, Heather Walker, Wendy Warfield, Maureen Wetzel. Sean Whelan. Rhonda Williams, Elizabeth Wivel. Joyce Wong, Julie Beth 
Wright, Eric Young, and Julie Young. 

Graduate Students include: Adrienne Athanas-Mclntyre. Michael Bonchick.Colleen Dumais, Sandra Dwiggins, Anne Margaret Goesch, Tobias Linden, 
Renate Maile-Moskowitz, Michael Matthews, Steven Montieth, David Morhson, Theresa Mulhern, Kathleen Rice, Carole Salter, Michael Votaw, and 
Robert Winegar. 

Voting faculty members include: Drury Bagwell, Linda Clement, Michael Cuyjet, Terry Flannery, Ed Goodwin, Bill Higglns, William Kirwan, Don Piper, 
Greig Stewart. Sylvia Stewart. Robert Stumpff, and Bonnie Tyler. 

Our voting alumni consist of: Phil Aronson, Maile Beers. Burman Berger, Rick Jaklitsch, Valerie Kipnis, Sarah Linde, Ann Mowrey, Bill Peterson, 
Laurie Peck, Ellis Rosenberg, Christine Roth, J. Logan Schutz, Marcie Shapiro, Harry Siegel, Helen Smith. Sheryl Swackhamer, Steven Vinick, and Bruce 
Winter 

Omicron Delta Kappa National 
Leaderstiip Honor Society was 
founded at Washington and Lee 
University in 1914. The Signna Circle at 
Maryland was established in 1927. Its 
purpose is to recognize leadership of 
exceptional quality in five areas of 
endeavor, including: scholarship; 
athletics; journalism and the mass 
media; speech, music, drama, and the 
fine arts; and service, social, and 
religious activities and campus 
government. 



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Psi Chi 



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Michael Groves 



Psi Chi is a national honor society 
of psychology majors. Psi Chi serves 
as a way to unite psychology nnajors 
and psychology faculty, and to 
organize education and social events 
to enhance the experience of the 
psychology major at the University of 
Maryland. The society sponsors 
various events through out the year. 
Some of these include guest speakers 
who speak about getting into graduate 
schools, representatives from the 
Stanley H. Kaplan test preparation 
company and faculty members. Psi 
Chi also sponsored events such as 
their annual doughnut sale to raise 
money for charity, a luncheon to 
acquaint faculty with students and 
their annual spring picnic. 
Requirements for admission into Psi 
Chi are a 3.00 overall GPA, a 3.3 GPA 
in psychology courses, at least nine 
credits in psychology and three 
fourths of the members' vote. Officers 
of Psi Chi are Seth Bernstein, 
President Emeritus; MaryBeth Faccioli, 
President; Sharon Morey and Mike 
Williams, Co-Vice Presidents; Stacey 
Blake, Secretary; Karen Franklin, 
Treasurer and Dr. Bob Dies, faculty 
advisor. 



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Sigma Delta Chi 




The Society of Professional 
Journalists, Signna Delta Chi, founded 
in 1909 at DePauw University in 
Greencastle, Indiana is the largest, 
oldest, and most representative 
organization serving the field of 
journalism today. The Greek letters, 
Sigma, Delta, and Chi stand for talent, 
energy, and truth. SPJSDX members 
are acknowledged for their fight for 
freedom of information and their high 
professional ethics in gathering and 
providing that information. The officers 
are Mia Strickland, president; Grace 
V.Tang, vice-president; Glynis Harvey, 
secretary; Linda Jones, treasurer; 
Kimberly Wix, historian; Dr. Maurine 
Beasley, faculty advisor and Paula 
Casaravilla and Anil Kshepakaran, co- 
chairpersons for the programs 
committee. 




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Sigma Delta Chi 



Delta Sigma Pi 



Delta Sigma Pi is a 
professional fraternity organized 
to foster the study of business 
in universities; to encourage 
scholarship, social activity and 
the association of students for 
their mutual advancement by 
research and practice; to 
promote closer affiliation 
between the commercial world 
and students of commerce and 
to further a higher standard of 
commercial ethics and culture. 
Delta Sigma Pi also seeks to 
ensure civic and commercial 
welfare of the community. 




Beta Theta Pi 



Beta Theta Pi has been a part 
of the University of Maryland, 
College Park campus since 
1982. Beta Theta Pi strives to 
set itself apart from the crowd. 
Their main goal is to cultivate 
intellect, friendship, and loyalty. 
Beta Theta Pi is active in both 
campus and greek activities, as 
well as the community at large. 



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190 Delta Sigma Theta Beta Theta Pi 



Delta Upsilon 




Delta Upsilon Is a 
non— secretive fraternity which 
was founded in 1834 at Williams 
College. The fraternity's motto 
is "Justice Our Foundation". 
The chapter at the University of 
Maryland was chartered In 1972 
and the house on fraternity row 
was obtained In 1974. Delta 
Upsilon was active this year, 
taking part in Homecoming 
1988. The Delta Upsilon house 
is located at 6 Fraternity Row. 



Sigma Chi 




The Gamma Chi chapter of 
Sigma Chi was founded at the 
University of Maryland, College 
Park in 1941. The fraternity 
strives to build young men's 
minds through teamwork. The 
brothers of Sigma Chi are 
continually Involved in campus 
events, either through sports or 
leadership. One Important 
philanthropic event associated 
with Sigma Chi Is Derby Daze, 
which is designed to raise 
money for charity through 
various benefits and events. 



Lara Langseth (2) 



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Alpha Gamma Rho 



The fraternity of Alpha 
Gamma Rho was founded at 
Ohio State University and the 
University of Illinois in 1908. The 
chapter at the University of 
Maryland, Alpha Theta, was 
chartered in 1928. Originally, 
Alpha Gamma Rho was a 
fraternity oriented towards men 
studying agriculture. Today, the 
fraternity is open to men of all 
majors and interests. 




Tau Kappa Epsilon 



The brotherhood of Tau 
Kappa Epsilon consists of 85 
members. The fraternity is very 
involved in campus activities, 
one of their most well known 
philanthropies being the annual 
Special Olympics at Byrd 
Stadium. TKE has over 300 
chapters across the country, the 
largest of any fraternity, and has 
over 200,000 alumni. 




Lara Langseth 



192 Alpha Gamma Rho Tau Kappa Epsilon 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




The fraternity of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon was founded in 1856 at 
the University of Alabama. The 
chapter at the University of 
Maryland, College Park, Beta, 
v\/as founded in 1943. The 
fraternity was very active in 
1988-89, participating in 
Homecoming, Spring Formal, 
and intramural sports. Their 
house is located at 4 Fraternity 
Row. 



Sigma Nu 




The Delta Phi chapter of 
Sigma Nu added 19 new 
pledges this year, making the 
total membership 74. Sigma Nu 
is the oldest fraternity. The 
chapter hosted the Annual 
Greek Volleyball Tournament, 
which kicks off Greek Week 
every year. 



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Alpha Omicron Pi 



Nickname: A O Pi 
Colors: Cardinal Red 
Symbol: Rose 
Flower: Red Rose 
Philanthropy: Arthritis 
Foundation 




Sigma Kappa 



Nickname: Sig Kap 
Colors: IVIaroon and 
Lavendar 
Flower: Violet 
Philanthropy: Maine Sea 
Coast Mission, American 
Form School in Greece, 
Gerontology 




Alpha Omicron Pi Sigma Kappa 



Kappa Alpha Theta 




Nickname: Theta 

Colors: Black and Gold 

Symbol: Kite 

Flower: Black and Gold 

Pansy 

Philanthropy: Institute of 

Logopedics 



Alpha Chi Omega 




Nickname: A Chi O 
Colors: Scarlet and Olive 
Symbol: Lyre 
Flower: Scarlet Carnation 
Philanthropy: The Alpha 
Chi Omega Foundation, 
The Cystic Fibrosis 
Foundation, The Easter 
Seals Society, The 
MacDowell Colony 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



Nickname: A Dee Pi 

Colors: Azure Blue and 

White 

Symbol: Lion 

Flower: Woodland Violet 

Philanthropy: Ronald 

MacDonald House 




Kappa Kappa Gamma 



Nickname: Kappa 
Colors: Dark and Light 
Blue 

Mascot: Wise Old Owl 
Flower: Fleur-De-Lis 
Philanthropy: National 
Center for Missing and 
Exploited Children 





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Sigma Delta Tau 




Nickname: SDT 
Colors: Cafe Au Lait and 
Old Blue 
Symbol: Torch 
Flower: Golden Yellow 
Tea Rose 

Philanthropy: National 
Committee for the 
Prevention of Child 
Abuse 



Alpha Phi 




Nickname: A-Phi 
Colors: Silver and 
Bordeaux 
Symbol: Ivy Leaf 
Flower: Lily of the Valley, 
Foget-me-not 
Philanthropy: American 
Heart Association 



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Phi Sigma Sigma 



Nickname: Phi Sig 

Colors: King Blue and 

Gold 

Symbol: Spiiynx 

Flower: American Beauty 

Philanthropy: National 

Kidney Foundation 




Alpha Xi Delta 



Nickname: Alpha Xi, AXiD 

Colors: Double Blue and 

Gold 

Symbol: The Quill 

Flower: Pink Ki Harney 

Rose 

Philanthropy: American 

Lung Association 




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Pi Beta Phi 




Nickname: Pi Phi 
Colors: Wine and Silver 
Blue 

Symbol: Arrow 
Flower: Wine Carnation 
Philanthropy: Education 
and Health Services for 
Mountain People 



Delta Delta Delta 




Nickname: Tri Delt 

Colors: Silver, Gold and 

Blue 

Symbol: Pearl and Pine 

Philanthropy: Childrens' 

Cancer and Womens' 

Scholarship 



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Alpha Epsilon Phi 



Nickname: A E Phi 
Colors: Green and White 
Symbol: Columns 
Flower: Lilly 
Philanthropy: The Chaim 
Sheba Medical Center of 
Israel 




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Delta Phi Epsilon 



Nickname: D Phi E 
Colors: Royal Purple and 
Gold 

Flower: Iris 
Philanthropy: Cystic 
Fibrosis and Anorexia 




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Delta Sigma Theta 




Delta Sigma Theta was 
founded at Howard University 
in 1913. The sorority 
continues its concern with 
social welfare, acadennic 
excellence and cultural 
enrichment. In 1974, the 
Kappa Phi Chapter was 
charted at the University of 
Maryland. The 25 members 
currently active in Kappa Phi 
annually initiate projects 
concerning scholarship and 
service. 



Michael Groves 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 




Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first 
national Black Sorority. It was 
founded in 1908 at Howard 
University. The Theta Nu 
Chapter at the University of 
Maryland was founded in 1974. 
The sisters of Alpha Kappa 
Alpha promote scholastic 
achievment and community 
service. Their symbols are the 
ivy leaf and the rabbit. 



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Student Government Association 



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Hassan Alatrash 



The Student Government 
Association, which was recently 
turned into a monarchy, was captured 
on film during the hat meeting. Ruled 
by King James, their hobbies include 
jousting, legislating and twister. 

Front Row: Baron Mark, Lady Tanya, 
Sir Steve, Steve the Adopted, Rob the 
Royal Republican. SIxto Roman the 
Gladiator. Back Row: Jana the Queen 
Mother, Duchess Shah, Sir Robin, King 
James I, Squire Mike, Crown Prince 
Eric, Duke Dan, Chancellor Laura, 
Viscount John, Queen Jenni, Earl Tim, 
Duke Donald. 



202 SGA 



SEE Productions 




SEE Productions was founded in 
1971 and is one of ttie largest and 
most respected student entertainment 
organizations in ttie country. SEE 
provides a variety of entertainment to 
the University of Maryland, College 
Park campus. First rate concerts, 
lectures, and cultural events sucti as 
Bruce Springsteen, INXS, Spike Lee, 
and Hunter S. Tfiompson tiave 
performed on campus via ttie efforts 
of [he staff of SEE Productions. 

SEE Productions fiad a great sctiool 
year, sponsoring sucti acts as Morton 
Downey Jr., tfie MTV Music Tour, 
Mario Cuomo, Kurt Vonnegut, Sam 
Kinison and our annual Art Attack. 



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Advising Board 








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The Student Advisory Board of the 
University of Maryland is a board of 
undergraduate students who advise 
the Counseling Center on how to 
promote its services to the 
undergraduate body of the campus. 
The Student Advisory Board gives 
input into materials that will affect the 
students here, by reviewing those 
materials that will be viewed by 
students, such as video tapes 
prepared for incoming freshmen, 
helping at the First Look Fair and 
surveying students in dorms. The 
Student Advisory Board also advises 
the Counseling Center about what 
should go into the Undergraduate 
Catalog, which is published every year. 



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Resident Halls Association 




Mike Groves 



The Residence Halls Association is 
a North Atlantic Affiliate of the 
National Association of College and 
University Residence Halls, the goal 
being to promote positive relations 
between residents and the 
administration in areas such as dining 
halls and resident life. The RHA hosts 
various events each year, including the 
annual Spring Fest. UMCP's RHA was 
named regional school of the year by 
the North Atlantic Affilliates. 



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student Alumni Board 




The Student Alumni Board, 
consisting of 52 members, serves as a 
liaison between students, faculty and 
alumni. Thie board participates in 
social and educational programs, 
including acting as hosts and greeters 
for alumni during the Homecoming 
festivities. The board also sponsors a 
weekend long orientation program in 
the fall for high school juniors and 
seniors whose parents of UMCP 
alumni. 



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AERHO 




Alpha Epislon Rho is an 
organization made up of the very best 
students, faculty, and professional 
communicators in the broadcast and 
film industries. Formed in 1943, it is 
the only national organization whose 
primary purpose is to bridge the gap 
between the academic and 
professional worlds of communication. 
The officers of Alpha Epsilon Rho are 
Jack Gee, president; Gina Jones, 
vice— president; Micheline Duckett, 
treasurer and Peter Hypolite, secretary. 



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International Student Council 




Eva Quintos 



The International Student Council 
aims to achieve cooperation and to 
promote more effective 
communication among the peoples of 
diverse cultures that comprise the 
International Student Body at the 
Universty of Maryland, College Park 
Campus. 

ISC provides forums through which 
various forms of social and cultural 
experiences can be maintained and 
shared. 

ISC plans and executes activities 
designed to broaden the experiences 
of International Students. 

ISC promotes the awareness and 
appreciation of the different cultures 
encountered at UfVlCP. 

Pictured from left to right: Dawn 
Quashie, Secretary; Alec N. Aspiotis, 
Treasurer; Feroz Sanaulla, President; 
Mark Gable, Second Vice President; 
Monica Villalta, First Vice President. 



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Gymkana 







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Gymkana is an exhibitional 
gymnastics troupe that began at the 
University of Maryland in 1946. The 
troupe performs at schools in and near 
the state. During performances the 
troupe promotes its philosphy on 
leading a healthy lifestyle, free from 
alcohol and drug abuse. Performance 
acts include traditional apparatus, as 
well as non— traditional acts such as 
juggling, ladders, trampoline, 
pyramids, balancing and ribbons. 

The 1988-89 season included 
performing during the 
Maryland— Clemson halftime; at the 
Capital Center; in Waldorf, MD.; 
Frederick, MD.; Hanover, PA.; Flanders, 
NJ. and Cole Field House on April 7th 
and 8th for the annual homeshow. 

Troupe membership is open to all 
students at the University of Maryland. 
No experience necessary! 



Michael Groves 



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Mortar Board 




The Mortar Board is a national 
honor society of college seniors. The 
society recognizes in it's membership 
the qualities of outstanding scholastic 
ability, outstanding and continual 
leadership, and dedicated service to 
the college or university community. 

This year's chapter prided itself on 
programs in a wide range of areas. In 
addition to a preschool picnic and a 
D.C. retreat, Mortar Board completed a 
successful clothing drive and hosted 
the Dean of Undergraduate Studies at 
its Close of the Semester meeting and 
party. Events in the spring include 
faculty— student brunches and an 
Adopt— a— Student program. 



210 Mortar Board 



Society of Manufacturing Engineers 




The Society of Manufacturing 
Engineers is a very active organization 
on the UMCP campus. The group 
meets under the supervision of faculty 
advisor Dr. Elkis to discuss the 
possibilities of future careers in the 
field. The society also offers students 
the opportunity to explore the many 
facets of manufacturing through a 
succession of guest speakers. 
Previous members have said that they 
successfully obtained contacts 
through the society and were able to 
find employment after graduation. 



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Nyumburu 




Jason Hoffman 



The Nyumburu Cultural Center 
celebrated its 17th year of serving 
UMCP this year. Nyumburu 
(pronounced Nim-boo-roo) is the 
Swahili word meaning "freedom 
house," an appropriate title for the 
center. 

Nyumburu's various productions 
include seminars; lectures; art exhibits 
and workshops in the dramatic arts, 
dance, aerobics, creative writing, 
modeling and self-defense. 

One of Nyumburu's best known 
events is the Miss Black Unity 
Pageant, begun 11 years ago. 
Nyumburu is also the home of the 
Maryland Gospel Choir, the Black 
Explosion Newspaper, the Black 
Drama Society and the Sophisticated 
Steppers Modeling Club. 



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Linda Abdi 

Patrick Abella 

Timothy Atjercrombie 

Michael Abrams 

Audrey Ackemnan 

Wendy Ackerman 



John Adams 

Mao^th Adams 

Michelle E. Adams 

Pamela Adelman-Moss 

Adebisi Adeyeye 

Rhonda Adkins 



Gary Adier 

Ismet Adnan 

Tanay Aganwal 

Shama Akhtar 

Veronica Altierding 

Donna Albright 



Karen Alexander 

Lea Alexander 

Rutsen N. Alfaro 

Jose Luis Alfonso 

Luis Alfonzo 

April Allen 



Colin Alleyne 
Bonnie Altheim 
Yasar Altinay 
Michael Ambrose 
David Amend 
Audrey Amey 



Paul Amick 

Bany Anderson 

Debra Anderson 

Donna Anderson 

Elizabeth S. Anderson 

Greg Anderson 



Julia Anderson 

Julie Anderson 
Kathryn Anderson 

Dawn Andrews 
Michelle Andrews 

Tnacey Andrews 




218 Abdi-Andrews 




Susan Ansbach 
Pamela Appel 
Rena Appelbaum 
Gregory Aribik 
Lisa Arlauskas 
Donna Amniger 



Adrienne E. Amnour 
Michael Armstrong 
Robyn Amberg 
Prakash Arokiaswamy 
Shari Aronoff 
Adina Arrow 



Una Arslanian 
Leona Arthur 
Andrew Asher 
^ Ghada Ashy 

Alexander Aspiotis 
Christopher Astheimer 



Marie Asuncion 
Hristo Atanasoff 
Elene Athineos 
Warren Atkinson 
John Atwell 
Mary Anne Auger 



Susan Auman 
Mary Austin 
John Axley, III 
Clay Ayers 
Joyce Bailey 
Wilson Bailey 



Donna Baird 
Robert A. Baird 
Darren Baker 
Nancy Baker 
Renata J. Baker 
John Baldwin 



Thomas Baldwin 
Jaquellne Bailey 
Allison Bangel 
Karen Bank 
Julius Banks 
Yvette D. Bartser 



Ansbach-Barber 219 




220 Seniors 



David Froehlich 



Jennifer Baron 
Debra L Barracato 
Kim Barrett 
Glenn Bass 
Brendan Bassett 
liana Batnitzky 



Michael Batt 
Leslie Bauer 
Jeff Baum 
Janice Baxter 
l>Dnalcl Bayer 
Everett Bayliss, Jr. 




Barbosa-Berger 221 



Erik Berger 

Glenn Berger 

Michael Berger 

Wendy Berger 

David Berk 

Elisa Beri<owitz 



Sharon L Berlinsky 

David Berman 

Edward J. Berman 

Laura Berman 

Carey Bernstein 

David Bernstein 



Robert Bernstein 

Seth Bernstein 

Eli Bemstem 

Susan Bertelmann 

Helen Betz 

Mary Colleen Betz 



Andrew Bewick 

Dennis Bianchetto 

Frederick Billig 

Krista Bingaman 
Anthonia Bingham 
Matthew Bingham 



Steven Biondi 

Jill P. Bimbaum 

Wendy Blackwood 

Stacy Blake 

Daphne Blasingame 

Gvi/yneth A. Blattau 



Wendi Blauner 

Mark Bleich 

Don Bliss 

Alvin Blount 

Cheri Bluestein 

Abba Blum 



Susan Blum 

Joshua C. Blumenteld 

Robert Boden 

Laura Bodtke 

Marco G. Boer 

Robin Bogus 




222 Berger-Bogus 




Maurice Boissiere 
Vicki Bojan 
Yvette Boiling 
Gardner Bolster 
Patricia Bonacorda 
Dwayne R. Bond 



Sean Bond 
Kimberiy Bonner 
Cora Bonstein 
Timothy Booker 
Donna Boone 
Jennie Borda 



Joseph Boris 
Michael Bori< 
Sharon Bors 
Lisa Bossert 
Shelley Boswell 
Luciana Botafogo 



Catherine Boues 
Kermelle Sou I ware 
Mark Bower 
Steven Bowman 
Christine Bowser 
Bertina H. Boyd 



George Boyd 
A Brahmbhatt 
Marc Branch 
Shannon Brand 
James Brandt 
Lawrence Bratman 



Shawn Brennan 
Eric Bneslow 
Eileen Bresnahan 
Brigette Brevard 
Michael Brewer 
Gregory Bricca 



Katrina Briscoe 
Alan Briskin 
Sheila Brito 
Sherri Brito 
Chales Brodell 
Henry Brodensen 



Boissiere-Brodersen 223 



Leigh Brodsky 

Sheri Bnodsky 

Charles Brogan 

Joseph Brooke 

Brian Brooks 

Gary Broom 



lona Brown 

Laura Brown 

Maurette Brown 

Randy R. Brown 

Rhonda Brown 

Susan Brown 



Crissy Brownstein 

Stacie Brownstein 

Dan-en Brummel 

Thomas Bmner 

Sally Bubeck 

Regina Buchalter 



Perry Buckberg 

Thomas M. Buckley 

Michelle Bullard 

Christopher Bullen 

Phillip Bundy 

Mindy Burakof 



Michelle Burch 

Diane Burdine 

Kimtserly Burghardt 

Deborah Burgio 

Charles Burk 

Annmarie Burke 



Larry Burke 

Tina Bumette 

Yolanda Butler 

Michael Butz 

Edward Buzzanco 

Catherine Byrem 



Chris Bysura 

Rizaldy Cacanindin 

Alesia Cain 

Donna Marie Calabrese 

Mona Calistrat 

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224 Brodsky-Callies 




Seniors 225 



Jarries Campbell 


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Pamela Cannady 




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Joseph Canter 

Carol Cantor 

Carol Cantwell 

Clarinda Capole 

David Carin 

Catherine Carl 



Lisa Carmiris 
Donald Carpenter 
Bonni Can- 
Stephanie Carroll 
Marina Carstens 
Ronald Carstens 



Scott Carswell 

Shelia Casey 

Carolyn Castore 

Claire Castorina 

Ines Castro 

Rucel Elizon Castro 



Thomas Catania 
Clarence Catoe 

Julia Catuara 
Sophie Cayosa 

Stacy Cebula 
Caria Ceccarelli 



Djunaidi Chaedir 

Junus Chaedir 

Amy Beth Chamberlin 

Robert Chamt)eriin 

Jennifer Chandler 

Anita Chandran 



Yoosoon Chang 

John Charitonuk 

Marcia Chatis 

Tracy Chatlin 

Deborah Che 

Jane Chen 




226 Campbell-Chen 




Theodore Chen 
Hong Cheng 
Claire Cherry 
Nam Chia 
Christopher Chick 
Ross Chintz 



Susan Chirichillo 
William Chisarick 
Eun Cho 
Karen Choate 
Scott Chodes 
Kimteriy Chorosiewski 



Kuang-Fang Chow 
Dennis Choy 









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Loma Chree 
Beth Christ 
Seon Chung 
Marie! Cibils 



Keith Cingel 
Jennifer E. Clark 
Marcel Clark 
Victoria Clark 
Kelley Clarke 
Paul Cleaver 



Renee Cleveland 
Tonia Clinkscaie 
Christopher Clouse 
Timothy Coakley 
Cheryl Coates 
Bradley Coe 



Michael Coene 
John Coffren 
Paul Cofrancesco 
Beth Cohen 
Dana Cohen 
David Cohen 



Debra J. Cohen 
Erik Cohen 
Gretchen Cohen 
Iris Cohen 
Jeff Cohen 
Jodi Cohen 



Chen-Cohen 227 



Jon Cohen 




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Marc Cohen 
Marc D. Cohen 


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Erin Colgan 

Shannon E. Coll 

Denotta S. Collins 

Michael A. Collins 

Troy Collins 

Nancy Conklin 



Lori Conley 
Mary Joyce Conley 
Suzanne Conley 
Theresa Conlon 
Allison Conners 
Timothy Connor 



David Conroy 

Amy Constable 

Angela Cook 

Angel Cooper 

Phyllis Cooper 

Jack Copetti 



Connie Coppemian 

Audrey Copfsersmith 

Nichelle Cortjett 

Patrick Corrigan 

James Corsetty 

Shannon Cosgrove 



Stephen Cosimano 

Carmen Costen 

Colleen K. Cotter 

Daniel Coughlan 

Kristine Coughlan 

Alleesha Cougnet 



Ruth Cowles 

Djuna Craig 

Joseph Cramer 

Anya Crane 

Jennifer Cranford 

Victor Crawford 





228 Cohen-Crawford 




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Malynda Crea 
Karen Creasia 
Kimberly Crist 
Amber Crossley 
Joseph Crusco 
Roseanne Cuccinello 



Jeff Cuomo 
Claudia Cupo 
Heather Currie 
Steven N. Cvetanovic 
Jacqueline Czech 
Mark Czumak 



Alison Dabbs 
Ross Dabrow 
Maria Dacquel 
Jodi Dagold 
Jeff Dahlka 
Detxjrah Dahringer 



Ankur Dalai 
Hopai Daley 
Maria Dallemura 
Robert Dandrea 
Ngoc-Duyen Dang 
Ann Daniel 



Jacquelyn Daniels 
Laura Danowski 
Bridgette Darick 
Susan Dariey 
Daniel Darmstadter 
Edward Darmstead 



Richard Darnell 
Jeff Dashevsky 
Megan Davies 
Donald Davis 
Helene M. Davis 
Kenneth Dawson 



Angela Day 
Dara Day 
John Day 
Christine De Atley 
Eleanor Dea 
Diana Dean 



Crea-Dean 231 



Miciielle Deitsch 

Mark Dell'acqua 

Jane Dellapa 

Robert Dempsey, Jr. 

Kathleen Denk 

Sarah Denny 



Frederick Depp 

Matthew Deprey 

Jacqueline Derobertis 

Christopher Derocher 

Alleen Deslandes 

Vivien Deslandes-Queirz 



Melissa Devergie 

Laura Devincenzi 

Jacquelin Delvin 

James Dewitt 

Scott Diamond 

Jonathan Dick 



James R. Dickey 

Regnald Diggs 

Kimberly Dilljerger 

Kathleen Dimambro 

Michael Dinenna 

Susan Dipalo 



Silvia Dipaolo 

Douglas Dipaula 

Richard Dirks 

Ellen Dirlam 

Anthony Diventi 

Paul Dix 



Andrew Doerrman 

Lon-aine Domotor 

John Donate 

Philip Donmoyer 

James Doty 

Catherine Doudnikoff 



Thomas Draper 

Daryl Dmevich 

John Dut)e 

llene Dubin 

Bradly Dubler 

Warren B. Duckett, III 




232 Deitsch-Duckett 



Peter Durand 
Kelli Duvall 
Ane Marie Dvorsak 
Tamar Dworkin 
Nancy Dyer 
Brenda Eanes 



Jennifer Easterling 
Paige Eaton 
Caroline Ebrahimian 
Gregg Eby 
Danielle Ecker 
Jill D. Ecker 




Sharon Eisen 
Howard Eisenberg 



Todd Ellison 
Ehab Elsayed 
Jennifer Elstein 
Harry Emery 
Lori Emmer 
Stacey Endelson 



Ingo Ender 
Ricky Eng 
Tamara D. England 
William England 
Ross Epstein 
Carl Ertiardt 



Duda-Erhardt 23' 



Rena Essrog 

Michael Etherton 

Gerard Etienne 

Amy Etskovits 

Elizabeth Evey 

Ozgul Ezgin 



Patrick Ezigbo 

Betsy Fader 

Toyin Fadope 

Noelle Fahey 

Gregory Fairclough 

Tracy Falk 



Jennifer Falter 
Teresa Farace 
Mary R. Farrell 
Theresa Farrell 
Mohamed Fathelbab 
Renee Fee 



Tammy Feelemyer 

Tanya Felder 

Pamela Feldgus 

Amy Feldman 

Howard Feldman 

Wendy Feldman 



Amy Feldsher 
llisa Fellerman 
Harry Felsher 

Thomas Fennelly 
Susan Fenner 

Patrick Ferguson 



Daniel Fielding 

Monique Filizola 

Sherri Findley 

Cheryl Finkelstein 

Michael Finkler 

Kristin Finn 



Rachel Fisch 

Francis Fisher 

Karen Fisher 

Karan E. Fishman 

Wendy Fishman 

Joni Fitzgerald 




234 Essrog-Fitzgerald 




David Froehlich 



Seniors 235 



Noel Flamm 

Brenda Flavell 

Lisa Fleegle 

Steven T. Fleming 

Mary Fluck 

David R. Flumbaum 



Katherine Foertschbeck 

Rachel Fogarty 

Karen Fogel 

Rebecca Fob 

Helen Forbes 

Karen Ford 



Scott Ford 

Abigail Forman 

Dana Fortwengler 

James Foster 

Lori Foster 

Lisa Fox 



Nathaniel Frampton 

Jonathan Frances 

Sandra Francis 

Carl Frangione 

Paul Frank 

Alphonso Franklin 



Jeffrey Franklin 

Laure Franz 

Laura Frayman 

Rhonda Frazee 

Jessica Fremson 

Christian Frerecks 



Cheryl Fridkin 

Robyn Fried 

Amy Friedlander 

Heather Friedman 

llene Friedman 

Julie Friedman 



Scott Friedman 

Lynn Frischeberg 

Andrea H. Frocl- 

Nancy Fuertes 

Stacy Fuller 

Sondra Gaines 







236 Flamm-Gaines 




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Antonia Gamboa 
Steven Ganey 
Steven Gans 
Lany Ganslaw 
Andrea Gansle 
Robert Garcia 



Shirley Garcia 
Rex Garcia-Hidalgo 
Laura Gardner 
Denise Garfinkel 
Christopher Garland 
Lana Garland 



Michael Garvey 
Randi Gassman 
Mar1< Gaston 
Kim Gates 
Steven Gatto 
Angelique Gavlak 



Pamela Gay 
Jack Gee 
John Gee 
Clifford Geiger 
Susan Geipe 
Robyn Geller 



Donna Gellerson 
Tern Gentry 
Quintina Georg 
John C. George 
Ellen Gersh 
Irit Gershoni 




Wayde Gilston 
Rachael Ginsberg 
Bonnie Gizzo 
Steven Gjurich 
Andrea Glass 
Pam Glattes 



Gamboa-Glattes 237 




Da^id Ftoehlich 



238 Seniors 




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Lindsey Gleadall 
Julie Gleason 
Jeannette Glennon 
Jeanette Glew 
Aren Godette 
Brian Goff 



Sheilah Gofstein 
Steven Gogniat 
Sonya Goins 
Steven Gold 
Allen Goldberg 
Debra Goldberg 



Steven Goldberg 
Michelle Goldner 
Bartsara Goldstein 
David Goldstein 
Debra Goldstein 
Julie Goldstein 



Michael Goldstein 
Ronni Goldstein 
Harriette Golob 
Denise Goode 
Tim Goodfellow 
Retsecca Goodman 



Robert Ethan Goodman 
Aaron Goolkasian 
Ranil Gooneratne 
Han Gopalakrishnan 
Allison Gordon 
Lorraine Gordon 



Michelle Gordon 
Frankland Gorham 
Cameron B. Gott 
Kelly Grady 
Christopher Graff 
Jayne Grandes 



Amy Graven 
Dean Gray 
John Greeley 
Stacy Green 
Cynthia Greene 
Elise Greenspun 



Gleadall-Greenspun 239 




David Froehlich 



240 Seniors 




Kerry Greenspun 
Andrew Greenstein 
Shirtey Greller 
William Gribbin 
Anthony Griffin 
David Griffiths 



David Grigg 
Lisa Grigg 
Robin M. Grisvi/old 
Amy Grot)er 
Glenn Groff 
Linda Gross 



Wendy Gross 
Aileen Grossmann 
Robert Gruninger 
Lorilee Gubala 
Corwin Gubner 
Karen Guckenheimer 



Mary E. Guevara 
Louise Gunter 
Marc Guralnick 
Tammy Gruman 
Deborah Guss 
Adam Haber 



Anthony Habemian 
Rula Haddad 
Jamie Marie Haerer 
John Hahn 
Jennifer Haines 
Mahshid Hajir 



Jennifer Hajtun 
Leslie Hale 
Tracy Hale 
Caroline Haley 
James Hall 
Donald E. Haller 



Amy Halpem 
Sharon Halprin 
Thomas Hamorsky 
Karen Hampton 
Robin Handler 
Eric Handy 



Greenspun-Handy 241 



Todd Hankin 

Bradley Hanks 

Candace Hanlein 

Edward Manner 

Kecia Hansard 



Wendy Hardegen 

Melanie Hardy 

Steve Haris 

Jeffrey E. Harper 

Craig Hams 

Denise Harris 



Donald Hanis 

Eunice Harris 

l_auren G. Harris 

Stephanie Harris 

Lynn Hanison 

Brenda Hart 



Tracy Hartmann 

Glynis Harvey 

Dawn Haskins 

Lisa Hauser 

Sean Hauvonen 

Deider Hawkins 



Dennis Hawkins 

Paige Hawkins 

Theodore Hawkins 

Frederick P. Hayes 

Mildred Ann Hayman 

Rita Hebb 



Claire Heenwagen 

Scott Heggs 

Ruth Heikkinen 

Mack Henderson 

Jeff Hert)ert 

Valerie Herman 



Lynda Hen- 
Gall Hester 
Patrick HIckerson 
Brendan Hickey 
Christine Hickey 
Ismael Hidalgo 




242 Hanklin-Hidalgo 




Mark Higgins 
Karen High 
Lane Highbarger 
Christopher Highfall 
Carolyn Hill 
Kim Hill 



Lori Hill 
Michael Hill 
Evelyn Hillier 
Antonio Nines 
Robin Hirsch 
Amy Hirschberg 



Lawrence Hirsh 
Irene Hishmeh 
William Mix 
Joseph Hmieleski 
Phuong Hoang 
Michelle Hobbs 




l^i^iti 




Joseph Holdridge 
Michael Holland 
Anne Holness 
Charles Holt 
Daniel Holt 
Kenneth Todd Holt 



Sandra Holte 
Kelly Homewood 
Rotjert Hong 
Amy Hooper 
Timothy Hopkins 
Timothy Horan 



Christopher Hom 
Daren Homig 
Randee Horowitz 
Stacy Horowitz 
David Horwitz 
Kari Hotchkiss 



Higgins-Hotchkiss 243 



Vicki Houck 

Michael Houdtzagers 

Jodi Hough 

Elizabeth E. Howard 

Torene Howard 

Carin Howerton 



Michael Hrones 

Edwin Hubbard 

Karin Huddle 

Hazel Hudson 

Harvey Hum 

Jennifer Hunter 



Tyrone Hunter 

Morgan Hurley 

Laura Hurwitz 

Jennifer Hussey 

Brent Hutchinson 

Christopher Hutter 



Huong Huynh 
Rosa Hwang 
Martin Hyman 
Peter Hypolite 
Ricardo Ibanez 
Robert lloanya 



Robin Imber 

Rolando Ingalla 

Paul Inglisa 

Joan Ingram 

Brian Isreal 

Jodi Isreal 



Todd Isreal 

Shin Ito 

David Izenson 

Kyle Jablon 

Jeffrey Jackel 

Joanne Jackson 



Julia Jackson 

Paul Jackson 

Ivy Jacobs 

Beth Jacobson 

Laurinda Ann Jasco 

Lisa Jainchill 




Houck-Jainchill 




Jeff Jamer 
Penny Jamieson 
Stephen Jankevicius 
James JartxDe 
Caroline Jaskulski 
Vikki Jean— Baptiste 



Adriane Jemmott 
Lady Jenkins 
Colleen Anne Jensen 
James Jeimyn 
Cynthia Jessup 
James Jew 



Walter Jew 
Ahmed Jibril 
Voramanee Jimreivat 
Steve Joe 

Christopher Johnson 
Comelious Johnson 



Lonciine Johnson 
Michael Johnson 
Sallye Johnson 
Sharon Johnson 
Steven Johnson 
Tyrone Johnson 



William Johnson 
Jane Johnston 
Linda Jonel 
Gina Jones 
Jonathan Jones 
Linda Jones 



Robin Jones 
Samuel Jones 
Shawn Jones 
William Jones 
Andrea Jordan 
David Jordan 



Miclelle A. Jordan 
Tonya Jordon 
Kirsten Jorgensen 
Tina Jovivet 
Mary Jowers 
Mary Joyce 



Jamer-Joyce 245 



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Stephanie Kalfon 


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Victor Kan 


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Hakam Kanafani 


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Robert Kanjian 


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Kimberiy Kantowski 


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Daniel Kaplan 


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Katharine Kaplan 
Michelle Kaplan 
Ravinder Kapoor 
Patrick Kapust 
Martin Karmann 
Lesley Kam 



Jonathan Karpa 

Paula Karvey 

Shahwali Karzai 

Marianne Kasparian 

Georgina Kassatly 

Ernest Kassoff 



Evan M. Katzman 

Stacey Kaye 

Lisa Kazinoff 

KimlDeriy Kearney 

Lesley Keams )^ 

Lisa Keams 



June Keating 

Mety Kebede 

Kenneth Keefe 

Christopher Kelley 

Marie Kelley 



24':; Jump-Kelley 




David Froehlic 



Seniors 24' 



Michelle Kelley 

Jeffrey Kelly 

Vicki Keltz 

Klmberly Kent 

Mary Ann Keppler 

Donna Ken' 



Paula Ketter 

Mohmood Khan 

Nada KhodI 

Kelley Kiel 

Kenneth Kilby 

Margaret Kilby 



Hyun Kim 

Jong Kim 

Moonjohn Kim 

Nam Kim 

S Kim 

Yun Kim 



Patricia King 
Lisa Kingham 

Scott Kipnis 

Susan Kirkey 
Michael Kirsch '-^ 
Jennifer Kirson 



Doug Kister 

Kenneth Kitay 
Joseph Kittner 
Anna Kitzmiller 

Kathryn Klebe 
Alison Klein 



Lori Klein 

Andrew Klick 

Marybeth Klick 

Bryan Kline 

Neil Kline 

Bonnie Kling 



Christine Koch 

Doug Koehler 

Paul Kohler 

Bonnie Kohn 

Andy Komiske 

Mary Kontorousis 




248 Kelley-Kontorousis 




Harry Korotki 
Frank Kosa 
John Kosher 
Michelle D. Kost 
Jeffrey P. Kostos 
Lia Kotkas 



Ella Kraiman 
Mark Krajovic 
Stacee Kramer 
Steven Kramer 
Kerry Krantz 
Pam Krausman 



Abbe Krauss 
Judy Kreitman 
David Krell 
Leslie Kniger 
Kenneth Krulik 
Rebecca Krumenacker 



David Krupin 
Kurt Krupnick 
Anil Kshepakaran 
Julie E. Kucich 
Katharine Kugler 
MIndy Kursban 



Stacey Kurtz 

Helen Kutik 

Kojo Kwadwo Kwakye 

Caroline Kweller 

Bo Kwong 

Joyce Kyler 



Kimberly Lacewell 
June Lagreca 
Charles Lamb 
Heather J. Lammers 
Mary Landi 
James Landmesser 



Eileen Langan 
Patricia E. Lapassett 
Robert Lapman 
Thomas Laporte 
Glen Larimer 
Adam Larl^ey 



Korotki-Larkey 249 



Kim Arianna Larsen 

Julie Laaie 

Evan Lasher 

llene Laufer 

Curtis B. l^uret III 

Susan Lausch 



Debra Lawrence 

John Lawson 

Chi Le 

Phuong— Ganh Le 

Chris Le Gette 

Richard Leagan 



Daniel Leaverton 

Christopher Lee 

Henry Lee 

Sung Lee 

Theresa Lee 

Deirdre Leffingwell 



James Letter 

Lisa Leidecker 

Kristen M. Lemanski 

Lori Lencioni 

Lori Leon 

Stuart Leon 



Jonathan Lemer 

Sherry Learner 

Bruce Lev 

Allison Levan 

Jordan Levin 

Retjecca Levin 



Sonja Levine 
Stacey Levine 
Tracey Levine 
Lisa Levlnson 
Lauren Levitus 
Marci Levy 



DetX3ra Lynn Lewis 

Delxirah Lewis 

Deborah Lev^i^ 

Gordon Libh;. 

EJonnie Litjerman 

Valeri Ann Lieberman 




Larsen-Lieberman 




Lauren Liebowitz 
Falita Liles 
Stacey F. Limansky 
Cindy Lin 
Kelly Lincoln 
Steven Line 



Jody Upper 
Kenny Lipsman 
Stephanie Liskey 
Maureen Liss 
Lafreda Little 
Bonnie LIttman 



Peter S. Locke 
Fred Locklear 
Timothy Loftus 
Russell Lombardy 
Elizatieth Long 
Lysa Long 



Michael Lonoff 
Guillemo Lopez 
Scott Loventhal 
Sharon J. Lubach 
John Lucero 
David Lucia II 



Daniel Luckabaugh 
Richard Lueders 
Loreta Lukas 
Curt Lukovi/ski 
Alicia Luster 
Melanie Lutz 



Steve Lvovsky 
Anthony Ly 
Matthev*/ Lynch 
Sean Lynch 
Julie Lynngritz 
Andrea Mabel 



Therese Maccherone 
James Macdonald 
Johanna Mack 
Robin Mackoff 
Yvonne Mah 
Paramprett S. Mahal 



Liebowitz-Mahal 25 




David Froehlich 



252 Seniors 




Nancy Maher 
Elisa Mailman 
Ronald Main 
Phyllis Malech 
Cheryl Maleson 
Brin Malina 



Jennifer Manasseri 
Hollie Mance 
Hedi Mandel 
John Mangelli 
Jill Mankowitz 
Hariey Mann 



Larry Manns 
Neil Manson 
Jeffrey Marcalus 
Jayne Marcazzolo 
Janet Margot 
Mitchell Markiin 



Rodger B. Marks 
Leslie Marmon 
Shari Lynn Maron 
Coraiette Marshall 
Deanna Marshall 
Jacqueline Marshall 



Jill Marshall 
Kevin Marshall 
Catherine Martin 
David Martin 
Jeanne Martin 
Melody Masked 



Paul Masse 
Gina Massoglia 
Shannon Mastrogianis 
Lauren Matell 
Craig Mathews 
Daniel Mathias 



Jodie Matthevi/s 
Stephen Matulonis 
Patricia Mayer 
Kimberly Mayfield 
Verjeana Mc Cotter 
Katrina Mc Hugh 



Maher-McHugh 253 



Rotsert Mc Kibben 
Robert McCaffrey 

Melinda McClaskey 

Kathleen McCleary 

George McCree 

Andrew l\/lcCrossan 



Angela McDaniel 

Paul McDermott 

Alan McDonald 

Beth McDonald 

Michelle McDonald 

Pauline McDonald 



Rosemary McEwen 

Gail McGill 

Pamela McGrath 

Sheila McGraw 

Michelle McGriff 

Karen Mcintosh 



William E. Mcintosh 

David McLaren 

Matthew McLean 

Christopher McLuckie 

Jim McMahon 

Catherine Mearman 



Anuja Mahrotra 

Joan Meixner 

Diane Mejia 

Krista Mellinger 
Stacy Meltzer 

Edgar Mendoza 



Kristin Menningen 

Kristie Mensing 

Michel Meredith 

Jodi Meringoff 

Robert Merritt 

Gregory Mertz 



Mary Ellen Mess 

Tanya Metcalfe 

Deborah Metzdor 

Jack Mevora; 

Mollye Meye' 

Collins Michael 




254 Mc Kibben-Michael 







Lynn Micol 
David Milberg 
Vashti Miles 
Amy Miller 
Bonnie Miller 
Carmen Miller 



Daniel Miller 
Douglas Miller 
Drew Miller 
Elizabeth Miller 
Karen Miller 
Laura Miller 



Lauri Miller 
Nicholas Miller 
Patricia Miller 
Sanriantha Miller 
Shannon Miller 
Sharon Miller 



Thomas Miller 
Darryl Mills 
Ellen Mills 
Florestine Mills 
Lisa Milofsky 
Eric Mindich 



Jill Minette 
Steven Mirack 
Jennifer Mitchell 
Myma Mitchell 
Jaymi— Ann Mittler 
Tracy Moats 



Bibhu Mohanty 
Erica Molz 
Michael Mondshine 
John Monnlnger 
Cristina Montanaro 
Traci Moody 



Melanee L Moon 
Kevin Mooney Jr 
Jocelyn Moore 
Sharon F. Moore 
Lisa Moorehead 
Jennifer Mordkofsky 



Micol-Mordkofsky 255 



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Teresa Moreno 
Katayoon Morraveji 
Kelly Morris 
Paul Morris 
David Morrisey 
Lisa Morrissette 



Elizabeth Morrow 
Lynda Moseley 
Robert Moseman 
Jamie Moses 
I Jill Moskowitz 
Russell Moskowitz 



Rayni Moutsos 
Jodi Moyer 
Maureen Mudd 
Laurentine Mulhem 
>i Kathleen Mulholland 
^- Carolyn Muller 



Jeffrey Munger 
Judith A. Munsey 
Lisa S. Mur1<s 
Meggan Murphy 
Timothy Murphy 
Brendan Mun^ay 



Linda Musgrove 
Terrie Musgrove 
Jody Myers 
Mark Myers 
Alireza Nabavian 
Lee Nadler 



Nagaratnam Nandakumar 
Robert Nardone 
John Narvell 
Mbuomda Nasah 
Terence Neafsey 
Mark Neal 



Kandace Needle 
Lisa Needleman 
Hubert Neely 
Richard Nelson 
Sheila Nelligan 
Karen Nelson 



Moreno-Nelson 257 



Mark Nelson 

Wayne Nelson 

Lauren Nemeth 

Michelle Nemzer 

Andrea Neuman 

Heather Neville 



Bemarth Newman 

Deborah Newton 

Chi Ngai Ng 

Gary Ng 

Jessica Nguyen 

Hatsumi Nielsen 



Robin Nilsen 

Robert Nipp 

Elizabeth S. Njie 

B. Kirk Noll 

Michaijl Norkus 

Creig Northrop 



John Norton, Jr 
Loren Nuffer 
Janine Nyce 

Leslie O'Bradovich 
John O'Brien 

Maureen O'Conner 



Lany O'Fen-all 
Tracey Oakes 
Paula Oden 
Galit Oter 
Kirk Offerman 
Daniel Ogren 



Leslie Oken 

Melissa Oken 

Andrea Okon 

Edwin C. Oliver 

Karen Olsen 

Metin Omer 



Lyn Oner 
Yutharie 0' 
Carolyn Op" 
Rebecca Cr^ 
Joan Orell.y 
Jill Osborne 




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David Froehlich 



Seniors 259 



Walter H. Ott J;. 

John P. Ourand 

Amy Outerbridge 

Niyi Oyinsan 

Gerardo Oyola 

Nootheti Padmaja 



Young Pak 

Theresa Palermo 

Virsinia F. Palmer 

Nicole Pang 

Tonia Pankopf 

Sophie Papadopulos 



Stephen Papermaster 

Katherine Paragamian 

Do-Yun Par1< 

James Part; 

Katherine Par1<er 

Tanya Parker 



Larry Parks 
Lome Paskin 
Mary Patten 
Sally Patten 
Edwin Paul 
Michelle Paulison 



Michael Paulson 

Shauna Paylor 

Caressa Payne 

Maria Peck 

Aloka Peiris 

Kelly Pelkey 



Tina Pellerite 

Allison Pelton 

Marianne Pelzman 

William Penzes 

John Pepper 

Lauren Pepper 



Shan Ellen Perkins 

Taryn Perkins 

Donna Periman 

Jlllian Perry 

Kim Perry 

Lisa Perry 




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Sharon Pesses 
AlessaniJro Pessotto 
Sandy Petruso 
Michael Pettey 
Angela Peyton 
Eric Pfeifer 



Pearl Pfuhl 
Steve Pham 
Trong Pham 
Sharon Phillips 
Warren Phillips 
Linda Piccirilli 



Jean Pierre-Louis 
Leslie Pike 
Hope Pinchuck 
Richard Pinney 
Caryn Pintzuk 
Loranie Piper 



John Placanica 
Stephanie L Plancher 
Jennifer Plank 
Elizatieth Piatt 
Daniel Plocki 
Tia K. Plunkett 



Paula Plutschak 
Robyn Podolsky 
Warren Pointer 
Jonothan Pollock 
Daniel Pomykala 
David Poole 



Laura Porter 
Marc Postal 
Jeffrey Potter 
Lynn Potter 
William Povi/ell 
Diane Powers 



Mark Powers 
Bennett Pransky 
Margaret Prather 
Sylvia Prauhs 
Jonathan Prince 
Tina Proctor 



Pesses-Proctor 261 



Her a Pruitt 


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Jean Przybocki 


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Elaine Queslnbeny 


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John Quesinberry 


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Joscel L Quinto 

Alana Rabbach 

Lavinia Racha) 

Dawn Radosevich 

Suzanne Rafferty 

Donald Ragland 



Janet Ragno 

Kathy Ragsdale 

Ivan Rahman 

Kathleen Ramshom 

Angela Ranaudo 

Sheryl Raskin 



Charlene Rasmus 
Michael Rau 
Jane Raulin 
Thomas Rea 
Natalie Rebar 
Ian Reddock 



Jaymie Reeber 
Kirsten Reese 
Patrick Regan 
Donna Regester 
Ronni Reibum 
Sean Reilly 



Kevin Reinstein 

Deborah Reise 

Pamela Remeikis 

Steven Remei 

Daleen Resnici- 

Maria Rettig 




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David Froehlich 



Seniors 263 




David Froehhch 



v^niors 




Doreen Revis 
Eduardo Ribas 
Donald Rice 
Brian Rich 
Bruce E. Rich 
Jennifer Rich 



Tod Ricks 
William Riddle 
Lori Riegert 
Andrea Ries 
Ellen Ring 
Patrick Ring 



Pamela Rlnker 
Stuat Ritter 
David Ritzer 
Sleiman Rizk 
SonjI Roach 
Kevin Robair 



Susan Robb 
Janice Robertson 
Pamela Robertson 
Dawn Robinson 
Martin Robinson 
Tonya Robinson 



Lynn Roche 
Karen Rochester 
Kathleen Rocke 
Philip Rockv\/ell 
Gregory Rodeheaver 
Kristin Rodriguez 



Matthew/ Roeser 
Elizabeth Rogers 
Alfonso Romero 
Catherine Rondano 
Marcia Rosado 
Debra Rose 



Wayne Rose 
Beth Rosen 
Cari Rosen 
Keith Rosen 
Lana Rosen 
Paul Rosenteld 



Revis-Rosenfeld 265 



Lisa M. Rosenholtz 

Joshua Rosenstetn 

Mia Ftosenthal 

Nina Rosenzweig 

Rose Rosin 

Raymond Rossomando 



Edward Rothenlserg 

Andee Rothman 

Kevin Rour1<e 

Susan Rowe 

l_any M. Rowse 

Andrea Rubin 



Corie Rubzin 

Aaron Ruderman 

Brian Rudolptn 

Scott Rudolph 

Eric Ruggiero 

Michael Runkles 



Denis Russell 

Deborah Ruttenberg 

Carol Ryan 

Matthew Ryf 

Delorice Ryles 

Alan Rzepkowski 



Stephan Saba 

Karin Sabbeth 

Elana Sackstein 

Brandi Sadacca 

Edie Sagenkahn 

Susan Sain 



Andreas Saldivar 

Kenneth Salen 

Dawn Salese 

Raylene Salthouse 

Julie Salz 

Roseanne Sambuco 



Cheryl Sampson 

Karen Samsock 

Carol Sanders 

Brian Sandish 

Stephen Sands 

Christine Sandy 




senholtz-Sandy 




Dawn Sanguiliano 
Fletcher D. Santana 
Monica Santangelo 
Kerne Sapp 
Laleh Sarfaraz 
Darren Sarkady 



Dani Sarwono 
Greta Sastre 
Kristin Saunders 
Gena Scaggs 
Elizabeth Scanlan 
Eric Scanlan 



AN A. Scego 
Paul Schaefer 
Daniel Schaeffer 
Randi Schaffer 
Dan Schechter 
Courtney Schecter 



Mary Scheffer 
David J. Scheinberg 
Leslie Schelz 
Francis Schima 
Julie Schlafman 
Jill Marie Schmidt 



Amy Schmitz 
Kim Schneider 
Michael Schneider 
Lisa Schnekenburger 
Gail Schofer 
Amy Scholnick 



Lory Schonhaus 
Michael Schneder 
Edward Schreier 
Stephen Schruefer 
Lacey Schunick 
Christina Schuster 



Beth Schwaber 
Alicia Schwartz 
Amy Schwartz 
Howard Schwartz 
Jane Schwartz 
Stefanie Schwartz 



Sanguiliano-Schwartz 267 



Maione Schwac 
Stacy Schwaz 

Amy Schweitzer 

Anthony Sciano 
Kristine Sciano 

Michael A. Seine 



Courtney Scott 

Rust Scott 

Paul Scribner 

Elisa Segal 

Bruce Seidman 

William Selander 



Mark Selva 

Michael A. Seng 

David Sentman 

Susan Sevrin 

Michael B. Seyfried 

Jocelyn Shaffer 



Niraj Shahi 
Frank Shannon 
Kelley Shannon 
Ellen G. Shapiro 
Robert Shapiro 
Beth Sharbaugh 



Sherif Shehata 
Cyndi Shephard 

Christie Sheppard 
Onike Sherman 

Dennis P. Shields 
Don Shin 



Brian Shipley 

Peter Shirley 

Hillary Shnycer 

Sandra Shock 

Suzanne Shoraka 

Mary Shortino-Buck 



Bonnie Shub 

Marcie Shulman 

Mohamad ShurtDaji 

Lorl Siegel 

Kelly SIgwalt 

Bany Silber 




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Chan Chao 




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iiors 






^M^M 



Felice Silberman 
Janet Silva 
Debra Silver 
Michael Silver 
Sindee Silver 
Ann Marie Silverio 



Abby Siverstein 
Jennifer Silverstein 
EunhaSim 
Katie Sim 
Lang Sim 
Sharon Simmons 



Charmaine Simms 
Eileen Simms 
Eric Simpson 
James Simpson 
David Sims 
Kenneth Singer 



Arpana Singh 
Lauren Skolsky 
David Slafkosky 
Tina Slesser 
Robert Slezak 
Cynthia Sloane 



Cassandra Smalls 
Gregory Smallvi^ood 
Stacey Smilen 
Cassandra L Smith 
Deborah Smith 
James Smith 



Juliet Smith 
June Kay Smith 
Laura Smith 
Nonis Smith 
Sabrina Smith 
Sean Smith 



Stephen Smith 
Sybil Smith 
Weldon Smith 
Donald Smith, Jr. 
Kecia Snader 
Scott Snell 



Silberman-Snell 271 



Barry Snyder 

Wendy Snyder 

Roar Sollie 

Karen Solomon 

Cinde Southcomb 

James B. Spear, Jr. 







Gregory Stamper 

Karen Stass 

Vasiliki Stathes 

Todd Stave 

Michelle Stec 

Susan Stegner 



Steven M. Stein 

Jody Steinberg 

Lauren Steint)erg 

Tamara Stenn 

Jodi Karen Sternberg 

Daniel Stevenson 



Arthur Stewart 

Charles Stevi^art 

Teresa Stillittano 

Susan Stocklin 

Jeffrey Stoller 

Craig Stovall 



Karin Stover 

Jill Stra'ss 

Michael E. Straugh ■ 

Pamela Str?:;/ 

John Strayhom 

Jennifer Streeter 






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Wesley Strickland 
Walter Strojny 
Steven M. Strong 
William Stryker 
Angela Sugg 
Kelley Suggett 



Dian Sujono 
Eileen Sullivan 
Janette Sullivan 
Audrey Anne Sumaray 
Michele Sweetser 
Gary Szpatura 



Lucia Taboada 
Brian Taff 
Angela Taft 
Sherri Talber 
Angela Talbot 
Lissa M. Talbot 



Joan Tamai 
Foeng-MIng Tan 
John Tan 
John Dennis Tan 
Grace Tang 
Maria Tartaglia 



Sharon Tasman 
Vivian Taube 
Mahan Tavokoli 
Helen Tavenor 
Lori Tayar 
KImberly Taylor 



Kyna Janine Taylor 
Randolph Taylor 
Rebecca Taylor 
Rosalind Taylor 
Steven Taylor 
Natalie Tebyanian 



Ivy Piak-Kui Tee 
Eric Tegler 
Jan Tegler 
Nikhail Tejuja 
Huff Templeton 
Elizat)eth Tertiorst 



Strickland-Terhorst 273 




David Froehlich 



Lori Terry 
Kimoanh Thai 
Nguu Thi 
Dwayne Thigpen 
Danyl Thomas 
Francoise Thomas 



Robert Thomas 
Theresa M. Thomas 
Bradley R. Thompson 
Stephen Thompson 
Zina Thompson 
Bemadette Thorn 



Susan Thornton 
Susan Thorsell 
Helga Threat! 
Stacie Thur 
Timothy P. Thurtle 
Chris Timberiake 




Angelina Tinsley 
Imelda Tiongson 
Ronnie Tishman 



Alison Treat 
David Trebiicock 
Patricia Trenkle 
Canie Trice 
Chariotte Triefus 
Mihir Trivedi 



Karin Tucker 
Stacy Tucker 
JodI Turk 
Tammy Turi<isher 
Jeffrey Turner 
Roger Tumer, Jr 



Terry-Turner 275 



Lawrence Twele 

Joseph Tyeryar 

Robert M. Ugiansky 

Matthew Ukleja 

Christopher Ulep 

Melanie Urtjan 



Chinyere Uzoukwu 

Catherine Vailoces 

Detorah Valdez 

Christopher Van Buiten 

George VaranI 

Patricia Vaughan 



Jeanette Vaughn 
Susan Vega 
Anthony Verdecchia 
Karen Verderame 
Devender Verma 
Edward Vermeer 



Victoria Vickers 

Martin Vidaeus 

Nino Vidic 

Monica Villalta 

Joel Vilmenay 

Jack Vinner 



Laura Vinogradov 
Michael Violette 

Jacqueline Vituli 
Diana Vogel 
Fuiliam Vun 

Debra Waclawski 



Elizabeth Wadda 

Stacey Wages 

Adam Wagner 

Roberta Wagner 

Karen Waldman 

Ana L Walker 



Benjamin Walker 
David Walker 


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Christophe Walkowski 

Lauren Wallach 




David Walsh 


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Chan Chao 



Seniors 277 



Angela Waiton 

Susan Wander 

Anna Wang 

Jean Wang 

Jeff Wand 

Wendy Warfield 



Debra Wargo 
Arie Warman 
Ellen Warren 
Leslie Wamen 
David Wartel 
Rick Washington 



Rozita Washington 

Laura Wasley 

Lee Wasserman 

Lori Watson 

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After 5 1/2 years at the University of 
Maryland, the Chancellor of UMCP, John 
Slaughter, resigned. His resignation came as 
a surprise to most people. 

Slaughter left to become president of 
Occidental, a small, private, liberal arts 
college near Los Angeles in California. 
Slaughter stated, "... I wanted you to know 
that as I have made this decision to leave 
College Park, it is not because of any sense 
that this institution is not or will not be one 
of the truly outstanding educational 
institutions in the country. It is because I 
have been given a tremendous professional 
and personal challenge and opportunity that 
is a very attractive one." 




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The World Series belonged to the Los Angeles 
Dodgers. The Dodgers captured their sixth 
World Series title in October with a 5-2 victory 
over the Oakland A's in the fifth game of the 
series. 



The 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South 
Korea opened with a dramatic and dazzling 
ceremony. A colorful, three-hour spectacle 
mixing ancient Korean rituals with space-age 
technology kicked off 16 days of athletic 
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Canadian Ben Johnson, left, looks over at arch 
rival Carl Lew/is at the finish of the 100-meter 
race in the 1988 Summer Olympics at Seoul, 
South Korea Johnson won the gold medal but 
was later disqualified after traces of an 
anabolic steroid was found in his system. 



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Gretchen Elizabeth Carlson erupted in tears 
as her name was announced as Miss 
America 1989. The 22-year old Miss 
Minnesota, who planned to be a Harvard- 
trained lawyer, became the first classical 
violinist to win the Miss America crown. 




It was one of the big marriages of the year. 
Heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson married 
actress Robin Givens. But the stormy 
marriage of the 22-year old rich boxer and 
the 23-year old beautiful actress lasted less 
than a year. She filed for divorce. But after 
being accused of marrying "Iron Mike" for 
his money, Ms. Givens said she wouldn't 
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into orbit in September, the first 
space flight since the shuttle 
Challenger mission ended 
tragically 73 seconds after liftoff 
on Jan. 28, 1988. The Discovery 
ended its successful four day, 
1.6 million mile mission with a 
triumphant landing at Edwards 
Air Force Base in California. 

Amid tears and ghef, thousands 
of people who had died of AIDS 
were memorialized in October in 
ceremonies centered on a huge 
quilt that was made from 
friends and family members of 
the victims. Each of the panels 
measured three feet by six feet 
and all 50 states and a dozen 
foreign countries were 
represented in the 375,000 
square foot quilt. 



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Vice President George Bush, after serving for eight 
years in the Ronald Reagan administration, got the 
expected nod at the Republican National Convention 
in New Orleans in the summer of 1988. His choice 
for running mate was unexpected-Sen. Dan Quayle 
of Indiana. The public opinion polls showed that the 
inexperienced 41-year old senator was not a popular 
choice. 

The Democrats went to Atlanta in the summer of 
1988, and decided on Michael Dukakis, the governor 
of Massachusetts, to be its candidate for President 
of the United States. He decided to pick Lloyd 
Bensten, a senator from Texas, as his running mate. 



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President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail 
S. Gorbachev worked for several years to bring the 
tw/o countries together. After a treaty was signed to 
eliminate certain nuclear weapons, 1988 was the year 
the efforts of these two leaders went into effect. 

Democratic hopeful Jesse Jackson brought his 1988 
campaign to the University of Maryland, where he 
spoke before a standing room only crowd at Ritchie 
Colliseum. 



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The summer of 1988 was hit with the worst drought in many years. 
Throughout the midwest, fanners watched helplessly as their crops 
went dry. 

Hurricane Gilbert rose out of the Caribbean like a giant wind storm 
in late September. By the time it lost its hurricane status over 
northeastern Mexico, it had killed more than 300 people, left 
hundreds of thousands homeless and caused billions of dollars in 
damage to the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico and the United 
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It became an international 
effort of good will. Russians 
and American rescuers cut 
through the ice in Alaska to 
save two California gray 
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trapped in the ice for more 
than three weeks. News 
media from around the world 
converged on the tiny village 
of Barrow, Alaska, to cover 
the successful rescue. 



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Forest fires spread 
throughout the western part 
of the country in the summer 
of 1988, destroying millions 
of acres of national parkland. 
The most heavily damaged 
was Yellowstone National 
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Debra Barracato 

Editor in Chief 

Paul T Mickus Kelley M Clarke 

Wendy Routenberg Business Manager 

Production Managers 

Lloyd Hanna 

Photograplny Editor 

Stacey Wages 

Copy Editor 

Nancy Jones 
Paul Streaker 

Sports Editors 

, • . p, u I Nancy Jones 

Lavinia Rachal c^^i^.o cnit^r 

^ ^ ,.. Seniors Editor 

Organizations Editor 



Copyright 1989 Maryland Media, Incorporated, College Park, Maryland 



Heather Carr 

Academics Editor 



Maryland Media, Inc. produced Ter- 
rapin 1989 for the student body, faculty 
and adnninistration of ttie University of 
Maryland, College Park. General Man- 
ager, MMI, Michael Fribush; Business 
Manager, MMI, Nancy French and the 
other mennbers of the Board of Directors 
appointed Debra Barracato Editor in 
Chief of Volume 88. 

Terrapin 1989 consists of 328 pages 
on 80 lbs. Gloss Enannel Stock, with 40 
color pages. DebbI Barracato designed 
the cover after nnany brainstorming ses-» 
sions with Kelley Clarke, Stacey Wages 
and Debbie Shure. Jostens Publishing 
Company provided the endsheet art- 
work. The typeface was Helios used in a 
variety of weights, sizes and shapes. 
Jostens Publishing Company, State 
College, PA., printed Volume 88. Linda 
Nolf served as in-plant consultant with 
Shelly Metro, Ray Query and Eric Man- 
tos as company representatives. 

Carl Wolf Studios, Sharon Hill, PA., 
photographed the senior class. Terrapin 
1989 staff photographers provided can- 
did shots, with much appreciated help 
from Diamondback staff photographers. 
"World in Review" photographs were 
purchased from Wide World Photos, of 
the Associated Press. Groups pictured 
in the Organizations section paid for the 
space. 

The Terrapin editorial office is located 
in room 3101 South Campus Dining Hall, 
University of Maryland, College Park, 
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PROVIDING THE FOUNDATION 
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Maitin Marietta has been pro- 
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Government for over fifty years and 
now has the most diversified contract 
IDoitfoIio of any major space defense 
contractor. Martin Marietta Aero & 
Naval Systems is experiencing tremen- 
dous growth applying advanced naval 
systems technolog\' to a wide variety' of 
projects and progi"ams including tlie 
U.S. Na\y's Vertical Launching System 
and the Army's Patriot Air Defense 
Missile Launcher. 

Other current program activity' in- 
cludes work in: 

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• Remotely Piloted Air Vehicles 

• ASW Research & Technology 

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Oiu" continuing gi'owth at Aero & 
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• Parallel Processor Software 
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• Software Engineere 

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Robotic Systems 

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Electronics Engineering 

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• Microprocessor Applications 

• IR/EO Systems Design 

• \T.SI Design 

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Mechanical Engineering 

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We also have opportimities for 
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Then the Maryland State Highway Administration is the 
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engineering majors in: 

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Construction Inspection 

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We'll hold on-campus interviews February 13, 1989. 
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State Highway Administration 



Simulators developed by Link 
contribute to safe control room operation. 



For nearly sixty years. Link has pioneered in creating 
technology that is ahead of time. 

Sophisticated electronic systems developed by the Link 
Simulation Systems Corporation are used for undersea, surface 
and airborne anti-submarine training. Link systems train Army 
commanders on simulated battlefields, and give operators 
experience in dealing with emergency conditions that are too 
dangerous for practice with the actual equipment. 

At our facilities in Silver Spring, Maryland, we have 
diversified opportunities calling for unique creative and 
professional skills. 

ENGINEERS, PHYSICISTS, MATHEMATICL^iNS, and 
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A subsidiary ot CAE Irxlustries 
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Ryan Homes, established in 1 94 7, is a wholly owned subsidiary of N VRyan L P , 
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An equal opportunity employer. 



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Moving to the Technological Forefront 
Goddard Space Flight Center 



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Code IKS 
Greenbelt, MD 20771 

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A DIViSIOM OF MINE SAFETY APPUIAfSJCES COMPANY 

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CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF SUCCESS! 



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Compliments of 



YOUR FUTURE LIES IN THE GROWING 
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This is one of the most important times in your 
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At Harkins, we're proud of our way of doing 
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