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" After all is said 
and done, life at 
Maryland is never 
dull. Whether 
studying on the 
mall or tabling an 
event, there is al- 
ways something 
going on" 



Stddent Life 

Been There. Done That 




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MUPPETS 



Early last winter, the December graduates got 
a special send off at their commencement exer- 
cises. The Muppets were special guests at 
graduation and stuck around in the Student 
Union for an exhibit which ran through February 
and March. The exhibit was a tribute to the life 
and career of Jim Henson, the creator of the 
Muppets and a Maryland alum. Graduated in 
1960, Henson's success invokes a sense of pride 
in the University which is why he was honored 
in this exhibit. Henson created Kermit the Frog 
while a student here, so Kermie took centerstage 
at the graduation address and the exhibit. 





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Art Attack 



Art and music are often common grounds for a diverse 
group of people to stand on. Last spring's Art Attack, an 
evening event on McKeldon Mall, featured musical talent 
from all walks of life. Run DMC provided a terrific perfor- 
mance for fans of popular R&B and rap music, while G 
Love and the Special Sauce appeased the ears of those 
who enjoy a slower-paced, funky melody. Arranged by 
the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi, the Art Attack provided 
entertainment for students all over campus. The croowds 
of people camped out on McKeldin Mall showed the 
University of Maryland how musci and art can bring 
people together. 




The Route 



The main drag through College Park has un- 
dergone many changes this year. In addition to 
the Digger and better CVS and seemingly never- 
endinq road work, a long time tradition was 
brought to an abrupt end. The Rendezvous, 
affectionately known as the Vous, was shut down 
in early 199/. In its place, the owners opened 
up with a completely new look for the fall se- 
mester. With glass brick and and open-air decor, 
the new Cornerstone Grill offers live music and 
the feeling of an old-fashioned pub. The Cor- 
nerstone IS a welcome and refreshing addition to 
the life on Route 1, so much so that it was rated 
one of the top-ten bars in the area. No matter 
your size or your style, Route one has something 
for you! 






Tailgating 



Every year, the crisp fall air, the bright leaves lining the 
horizon, and the recently re-done Byrd Stadium all singlew 
one thing: it's football season, and it's time to party! 

The Homecoming tailgate parties are famous as one of 
the best events of the year. Peoplecome from miles 
around, across states and even across the country just to 
visit one more time. Students get to feel apart of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland community, and maybe feel a little more 
at home in such a big university. Football games wouldn't 
be the same without tailgating partiesdecorating the cam- 
pus. Drinking is a big part of the event, but it is not the 
whole picture. Many alumni are excited to return to 
campus, win or lose. 

Homecoming and tailgate parties aren't just for alumni. 
Each year, new students become acquianted with the rituals 
surrounding Homecoming and get to feel as if they are part 
of the whole in such a large school. 

Rain or shine, win or lose, a football game, a tailgating 
party, and lots of people still add up to one good time. 





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Up All Night 



Students from all over campus got a chance to 
come together for this year's annual First Look 
Fair and the All-Niter. The First Look Fair was 
comprised of student organizations and commun 
ity businesses showing on their stuff to the cam- 
pus trying to encourage patronage and involve- 
ment in campus activities. Many groups had 
raffles and prizes, and quite a fewlured people 
in with free goodies. At the All-Niter, held in 
Starrip Student Union and sponsored byy 
GAMMA, members of all student organizations 
worked together to provide a night fijll of fun 
and free or alcohol for their fellow students. 
Volunteers passed out "mocktails" and set up a 
University of Maryland version of the MTV show 
"Singled Out. "The First Look Fair and All-Niter 
were terrific opportunities to see campus groups 
and meet all kinds of fascinating people and get 
involved. 




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Fire Protaction 



Most students come home from a long day of classes and relax. Some go to work afterwards. But few spend 
their evenings running in and out of burning buildings. Sound appealing? Then maybe fire protection engineering is 
the major for you. Many fire protection engineering students work at the College Park fire station across from 
campus. They are the ones who respond to fire and medical emergencies, as many high rise dwellers know, along 
with neighbooring stations like Brentwood, Riverdale, Cottage City, and Hyattsville. 

There are also students who are not fire protection engineering majors, but volunteer at local stations as 
firefighters, EMT's, and paramedics. Jeff Alderdice, a sophomore anthropology major, spends his evenings in 
Cottage City, down Alternative Route 1. He remebers being called to College Park a year ago when a university 
police officer was in a car accident while chasing a suspect down Route 1. "The suspect died," Alderdice recalls, 
"but the police officer survived because she was wearing her seatbelt." He has enjoyed the past two years he's spent 
volunteering. "It's such an incredible experience." 

Although some people refer to fire protection engineering as "Burning Stuff 101," students learn valuable tools for 
designing fire protection equiptment such as standpipes, which are found in high rise buildings and apartments and 
enable firefighters to hook up hoses even on higher floors. Chemistry of combustable fuels and chemicals prepares 
firefighters for battling chemical fires and gas spills and leaks. Knowing at what temperature metals will bend and 
break when there is a fire is a must for firefighters who find themselves in buildings about to collapse. The program 
provides detailed training in the fire protection sciences, but aspiring fire protection engineering majors will be happy 
to know that yes, they do burn stuff, too. 





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Midnight Madneee 



The 1998 Terrapin Basketball players stepped 
onto the scene in full force this year at the annual 
Midnight Madness. Performers of all types, 
including trick bikers, the Maryland Dance Team, 
and Cheerleaders. These folks got the crowd 
pumped up for the Terrapins entrance. Masquer- 
ading as the "Men In Black," the basketball team 
kicked off the season with a dance performance 
similar to that of Will Smith'. The celebration was 
a great way to get students, faculty, staff and 
alumni in the Terrapin basketball spirit. 





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Construction 
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Renovation and expansion has been one of 
UMDs top priorities in recent years. In addition 
space or sports events and commuters. A new 
recreation center has up behind La Plata Hall. 
The new recreation center features state of the 
art equipment, a basketball gym, and an outdoor 
Olympic size swimming pool. The opening of 
the poll will be held on may 2,1998. Students 
on North Hill who have endured the construction 
racket for three semesters are glad to have the 
recreation center completed not only for the new 
facilities but also for some peace and quiet. 







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SheUy Mui 



Christine 
Mukolwe 

Sean Muller 

Hykel Mulugeta 



Matia Mulumba 
Candise Murphy 
Ellen Murray 



Heather Murray 
Kathleen Murray 
Melody Murray 






Peter Murray 

George 
Nachman 

Debra Nagan 



Natallie 
Nagthall 

Nurun Nsihar 

Edward 
Namingona 



Christina 
Nater 

Todd Nabon 

Roxanne 
Nazari 



Babacar 
Ndiaye 

Adam 
Nechamkin 

Heather Neff 




Larissa 
Nehrebeckyj 

Tricia Neidhardt 

Joseph Nelson 



Kevin Nelson 

Thomas Nelson 
Jr. 

Christine Neubert 



Stephen 
Neuendorffer 

Eric Neuman 

Anh Nguyen 



Hai Nguyen 
Nguyen Nguyen 
Thuy Nguyen 






Trang Nguyen 

Trang Nguyen 

Tuongvy 
Nguyen 



Mayimona 
Ngwala 

MitcheU 
Nicholas 

Cynthia 
Nicholson 



Christopher 
Nicosia 

Monique Nixon 

Johnny 
Noblezada 



Jaehyun Noh 

Jennifer 
Norkin 

Carine 
Noukpo 




David Nozinski 
Achu Nyindem 
Colleen O'Boyle 



Kelly O'Brien 
Kerri O'Brien 
John Oberacker 



Dana Obrentz 
Amy Odonnell 
Gamer Oh 



Christina Olvio 

Florence 
Omerennah 

Susan Onana 






Laura 
Ottomanelli 

Megan Page 

Henry Pak 



Lenn Palma 

Michael 
Palmieri 

Xiaozhong 
Piing 



Jung Park 

Brian Payne 

Justin 
Pearlstone 



Kimberly 
Pedrick 



) Stacey Pell 

1 

Margaret 



Peng 




Deanna 
Pennington 

Philip Peredo 

Paul Perez Jr. 



Victor Perry 
David Peterson 
Matthew Petroski 



Shan Pfeffer 
Van Pham 
Krista Phillips 



Alisa Pierce 
Elizabeth Piper 
Marcia Pittman 






Tal Plotkin 
Eric Podwall 
Leah Pointer 



Francisco 
Ponlete 

Sara Ponto 

Alethea Poonai 



Eliana Porath 

Alexander 
Porter 

Golbarg 
Pourkhomami 



Stephen 
Powell 

Leslie Prather 

Angela 
Proudfoot 




Emily Pruett 

Annie Pun 

Christopher 
Purdy 



Netti Puri 
Nily Puri 
Jennifer Quill 



Raymond Raab 
Jill Raden 
Ilyssa Raiman 



Veronica Ramirez 



Susan Randall 



Mary Rankin 



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Damico 
Raphael 

Debra Raynor 

Chanel Redd 



Micha Reese 

Gretchen 
Reinhardt 

Ron Reitman 



Yoan Rempas 

Anika Rennie 

Yasmine 
Reyazuddin 



Paul Reynolds 

Kenneth 
Richards 

Tania 
Richards 




Nicole 
Richardson 

Charles Ridgley 

Lori Riggletnan 



Jonathan Rivlin 

Stephanie 
Roache 

Brett Roberts 



Robyn Roberts 

Morlena 
Robinson 

Louis Robinson 
Jr. 



Marissa Roche 
Ruth Rodriguez 
Bethany Rogosin 



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Leslie Rosen 

Cheryl 
Rosenberg 

Jeremy 
Rosenblatt 



Adam 
Rosenfarb 

Matthew 
Rosenthal 

Brian Rosner 



Eve Rossi 
Sheila Roth 
Gisela Rots 



Alicia Rozycki 
Holly Ruth 
Julie Sacco 



Michelle Saini 



Sara Salam 



Anthony Sanders 



Park Sangwon 
Kele Santi 
Farrah Santo 



Gabrielle Sarate 



Brian Sasso 



Margot Savoy 



Brian Saylor 

Ryan Schecter 

Donald Schildt 
Jr. 





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James Schinner 
Jr. 

Elizabeth 
Schlerf 

Sharon 
Schlesinger 



Ari Schloss 

Rogan 
Schenider 

Jennifer 
Schnell 



Joel Schnur 

Raymond 
SchoU 

Natalie Schrier 



Debra 
Schwartz 

Samara 
Schwartz 

Valerie 
ScibelU 




Kimberlee Scott 
Lori Scruggs 
Dana Sears 



Mary Sears 
Rebecca Seager 
Lori Shafman 



Kristin Shanks 
Jennifer Shapiro 
Lauren Shapiro 



Abdunaster 
Shash 

Jonathan 
Shatzkamer 

Evelyn Shaw 





Jessica Shay 

Chih Shen 

Charles 
Shepard III 



Kevin Sherman 



Korto Sherman 



Brian Sherrod 



Rachel 
Shideler 

Charles Shive 

Michelle Shook 



Farid 
Siahatgar 

Steven Siegler 

Gustavo 
Silva-Chauez 




Jan Silverman 



Carla Simon 



Ronsild Simon 



Melissa Simone 
Anne Singer 
Donald Singer 



Jennifer Singer 

Sourinthone 
Singhavong 

Andrew Skinner 



Amy Sklar 
Dana Sloane 
Tanja Slota 






Yonah Smestad 
Gjanje Smith 
Jason Smith 



Jennifer Smith 
Karin Smith 
Mark Smith 



Tangela Smith 

Tracey Smith 

Natalia 
Sokolova 



Jon Solomon 

Min Song 

Sokoyama 
Songu-Mbriwa 




Christopher 
South 

Kendra 
Southerland 

Danielle Soyka 



Scott Spolansky 
Alyson Sprafkin 
Paul Springer 



John Spruill 
Lori Stabler 
Joanie Stanford 



Kenneth 
Stangler 

Michael Starks 

limothy Stayeas 






Caroline 
Steiger 

Jeffrey 
Steinberg 

Marc Steinhart 



Amecia 
Stephens 

Michael 
Stewart 

Michelle 
Straughn 



Marisa 
Strickland 

Bataya 
Strulson 

Matthew 
Studham 



Debroah 
Stultz 

Florencia 
Sturla 

Tara Sullivan 




Christopher 
Suromiec 

Thomas Sussan 

Jill Suwak 



Joy Swafford 
Krist Swartz 
Hhitina Taffesse 



Lanita Talley 

Dani Tain 

Diu Fan 
Tarn Kwok 



Karrie Tan 
Ashique Tanveer 
Lilac Taraseiskey 





Michael Tavss 
Martin Taylor 
Shawn Taylor 



Jody 
Taylor-Fisher 

Nathalie 
Tchouante 

Heidi Tepper 



CordeU Terry 

Yonas 
Tesfamariam 

Emnet Tesfaye 



Adam 
Thalman 

Cynthia 
Thomas 

Lauren 
Thomas 




Eric Thompson 
Kia Thompson 
Rey Hangco 



Tina-Chantal 
Upton 

Robyn Toland 

Sanam Toossi 



Emily Topolosky 

Lavonne 
Torrcncc 

Michael Tow 



Tanya Townsend 
Rebecca Triano 
Kim-Chi Tran 





M ai-Khanh Tran 
Trang Tran 
Neal Trieber 



I-I Tsai 

Serge 
Tshamala 

William Tu 



Jennifer 
Tuchman 

Clay Tucker 

Melissa Turner 



Uju Udejiofor 

Lauren 
Urbaniak 

Gabriella Uza 




Kevin Valenti 
Amy Vanema 
Shiny Varghese 



Kattya Via 
Mildred Vides 
Diana Villareale 



Kimberly Vogel 
Mark Vonbokem 






Natalie Walker 

Stephen Walla 

Kimberly 
Wallace 



Jennifer 
Walper 

Yu Wang 

Gregory 
Wasylak 



Amy Webb 
Carrie Webber 




Robert Ween 



Allison Weiss 



Lauren Weiss 



Michael Weiss 

Jessica 
Weizmann 

Matthew Welsh 



KeUy Werre 
Akeila West 




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Brooke Wetzel 



Jennifer Wetzel 



Erica White 



Lynn 
Whitehead 

Brian Witmer 

Keith Wiley 



Ayana Williams 

Daphne 
Williams 




Tanisha Williams 



Victoria Williams 



Cortni Wilson 



Jonathan Wilson 
Richelle Wilson 
Jonathan Wilt 



Julie Winnick 



Lauren Winter 




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Hffanie 
Witherspoon 

Shanna Wolf 

Christopher 
Wong 



Kwok Wong 

Kyung-Chul 
Wong 

Renee Wood 



Crystal 
Woodall 

Magdalena 
Woronkowicz 




Kimberly Wright 

Roosevelt 
Wysinger, III 

Athena 
Xenofondos 



Maetinee Yanon 

Shertone 
Yarborough 

Li-Feng Yau 



Ricardo Ycaza 



Belete Yeshitila 




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Haimanot Yilma 

Genevieve 
Yirenkyi 

Jey Yogaraj 



Susanna Yoo 

Julius Young 
Jr. 

Tamisha 
Younis 



Michaele 
Ytreberg 

Eric Yurman 




Fatima Zaidi 
Haowei Zhang 
Xiu Zhen 



David Ziegler 
Ricky Zinn 
Amanda Zoulias 



Lauren Zuskin 



Caroline Zwicker 





Wiemorlee of Maryland 






Acaderaics 

Easier Said than Done 



" Classes can be 
tou^h if you don't 
keep up. Some- 
times it is had to 
find a balance be- 
tween academics 
and fun. A 4.0 is 
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Natural Resources 




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Feeding the hungry of the world, developing sound environmental 

Aancuivurai -ana Keeoutce bconomice> 
policies, understanding animal and plant biology and managing agribusiness 

are all vital concerns of the College of Agriculture and its faculty. 

{yenemi A^hcuiturat bciencee 
Contemporary subjects like genetic engineering, international trade and 

policy, dietetics, nutrition and landscape architecture have joined the 

Animal z^cience 

disciplines of crop and animal sciences in the curriculum. 

More than 900 undergraduates work closely with faculty in state-of-the- 

tood 3c\ence 

art facilities including new biological resource engineering and animal 
sciences buildings, a new dairy processing pilot plant, a plant sciences 

human Nuvrivion and Foode 
building and an expanded teaching farm. The U.S. Department of 

Landscape A '--'t'-^^--^- '•--- 

Agriculture's National Research Center, the National Institutes of Health and 

Natural Feeourcee Manaaement 

the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center are nearby resources which enhance 
teaching, research and internship and career opportunities. 




CoWeqe of Architect urn 



Physics, history, technology, drawing, urban planning and aesthetics all com- 
bine to produce the trained architect. At College Park, the School of Architecture is 
small, select, and well equipped. The Architecture Library is one of the finest in the 
nation, and the Elizabeth Alley slide collection contains 250,000 slides on architec- 
ture, landscape architecture and urban planning. The faculty include well-established 
practicing architects, preservationists and archaeological experts. 

The CADRE Corporations is a nonprofit organization through which students and 
faculty contact for research and design projects in keeping with the fundamental 
educational mission of the school. Summer credit programs in historic preservation 
are located in Cape May, New Jersey, a designated national historic landmark district, 
and Kiplin Hall in North Yorkshire, England. 



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Co\\e0e of Arte and Humanltlee 




Critical thought, persuasive speech and good writing - together with abundant 
opportunities to expand one's cultural and intellectual horizons - these are the 



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foundations of the liberal arts curriculum. The College of Arts and Humanities at 

Lhmee>o 

Maryland offers students a full and stimulating array of opportunities in the languages, 

(jaee\Ga\ lanauBaee aM Uteravure 

history, philosophy, literature, art and music of the past and present, of the United 

r^^^y^^y. H/5t^ry Italian 

States and of the world. 

Students study with talented faculty members who are redefining their subjects as 
Un0Ui3VlOiy iViU^lG r iiiiGi^uj^ny 

they teach, pursue scholarship and perform. These faculty are committed to helping 

Komance Lanauaaee Kueeian 3tud\ee 

students prepare for work in the local community and in the world, and at the same 
time showing students the way toward building a private self. Faculty often work 
individually with students to help them become effective, reflective and successful 



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people. 



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Studying human communities and the way people interact in an effort to solve 
the most complex problems of our time is the focus of the College of Behavioral 



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and Social Sciences. 

The large, diverse college engages its students in the social, political, 
economic and psychological foundations of civilization. How does individual 

Economics 

behavior affect group behavior, and vice versa? What and who is a criminal? 
What makes a leader? How do we affect change in social behaviors? Unraveling 
the mysteries of cultures and values and using that knowledge to improve the 
human condition is the driving force behind this area of study and research. 

At Maryland, the proximity of the Census Bureau, the departments of Labor, 
Health, Education, Welfare and Transportation, and of course the federal 
government, puts students at the center of information, policy making and 
planning for our nation's future. 




Co\\e0e of 3ehaviora\ 
and Social Sc'iencee 




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Co\\e0e of 3ue\neee 
and ManaQement 




The world of business consists of more than profit motives and market shares. 
Using natural and human resources wisely, cooperating in the international market- 
place, understanding competition, the arena of finance and investment, and the dy- 
namics of organizations make this discipline a challenge to young entrepreneurs and 

General due'meee and Mana0ement 

aspiring executives. 

The College of Business and Management is housed in Van Munching Hall, one 
of the newest buildings on campus, with sophisticated teaching and presentation fa- 

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cilities. Ranked by U.S. News and World Report among the top 30 business schools 
in the nation, its majors are among the most popular at the university. In the true 
spirit of enterprise, the college strives constantly toward "top ten;" its among nine 
university programs nationwide selected for an IBM Total Quality Management grant 
provide training to undergraduates in the TQ management philosophy. 



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CoWeqe of Computer, 
Mathematical and Fhyeioal 

Sciencee 

Close observation and respect for the empirical method characterize the study of 
computer, math, and physical sciences. Investigation of the physical phenomena of 
the universe-and the everyday world-and the mathematical concepts underlying natural 
law require abstract thinking and the ability to make leaps of reason that connect in- 
formation in new and revealing ways. This is the realm of symbolic languages and 
highly refined systems analysis that computer technology has transformed in the last 
few decades. 

CMPS offers advanced technology and facilities in its Automation Research Cen- 
ter, the Computer Vision Laboratory, Astronomy Observatory, Institute for Climate 
Studies and Human Interaction Laboratory. Faculty are renowned in the areas of 
human-computer interaction, chaos theory, software development and superconduc- 

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tivity research, among many subjects. 

NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Naval Observa- 

rhyeice 
tory, and the American Center for Physics are located near the campus. Many coop- 
erative teaching and research projects, as well as internship and career opportunities, 
link the university and these resources. 



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CoWeqe of Education 




Educating teachers to work effectively with students, to provide a vibrant learning 
environment of reflection, inquiry and experience, to set a course for adulthood and 
citizenship is an enormous challenge as we approach the twenty-first century. This is 

t_/C'/ 1 loi i U£ii y COiuL^e^uiOt I 

an exciting time to be involved in the most pressing and persistent issues of our demo- 

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cratic way of life, universal education and equality of opportunity. 

The University of Maryland at College Park trains more than one-third of Maryland's 
teachers. It is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education 
and the Maryland State Department of Education. Area school systems participating in 
teacher training are richly diverse, providing the future teacher a broad range of experi- 
ence with students from every ethnic and economical background. 



Co\\e0e of En0\neerin0 




One of the best and most competitive engineering programs in the country is cen- 



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tered in the A. James Clark School of Engineering. A close-knit, collegial atmosphere 

\^\o\na\r.?i\ Reeouro^^e f-na\neenn^ 
prevails among students and faculty. The noontime picnics and volleyball games, the 

team-building competitions (which include solar cars, concrete canoes, robots and first- 

year design projects) and the intense academic challenge combine to produce some of 



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the highest academic achievers, most prestigious awards and the most successful 

Fire Frotection Engineering 

graduates at the university. 



The school boasts a small-scale nuclear reactor, subsonic and hypersonic wind tun- 
nels, a flight simulator, and a laboratory for plasma and fusion energy studies. Ad- 

vanced computing laboratories are open to all students. The school recently received 

Nnnle^i^ En!<^ineerin^ 
a $15 million endowment to support undergraduate engineering education. 

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Cd\eq^e of Haalth 
and Human Performance 



For students interested in sports medicine, coaching, health and physical education 
or family studies, the College of Health and Human Performance offers a challenging 
academic program coupled with state-of-the-art training facilities and laboratories. 
Kinesiological sciences - the study of human movement - goes beyond the activities 
normally associated with sport and exercise to the scientific analysis of their effect on 
and benefit to human physiology. 

The area of family and community development prepares students for work in 
counseling, social agencies or community action programs, through investigation of the 
dynamics of family and community life, disabilities, violence and economic issues. 

The Center on Aging concentrates on the field of gerontology, and includes study of 
physiology, economics, policy and community education programs for older adults. 



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CoWeqe ofjourn^liem 




The power and influence of the news media are major factors in modern society. 
The ability of newspapers, magazines, advertising, TV and radio to shape issues and 
attitudes makes the study of journalism one of the most responsible and serious career 
choices of our time. The College of Journalism stands at the doorstep of the nation's 
capital and the world's news center. Its location makes it the ideal place to study news 
and public affairs reporting, public relations and mass communication. 

Named among the eleven best journalism programs in the nation by Gannett Cen- 
ter for Media Studies, the college offers practical reporting experience at two news 
bureaus, in Annapolis and Washington D.C., and publishes the Amerxcan Journalism 
Review, a prestigious national monthly that analyzes print and broadcast performance. 
An active internship program places students at newspapers and broadcast stations, ad 

agencies and public relations firms. 

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CoWeq^e of Life 5c\encee 




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From the subcellular level of biochemistry to the study of 
ecosystems, life scientists are involved in exploring and explaining life 

processes. The quest for information about viruses, about genetics 

Ceil ^^d Mnie-oul^r 3joio^v ^n/^ Oenetio^ 
and heredity, about how the brain works, about the interdependence 

of plants and animals, including human beings, is essential to the 



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maintenance and survival of life on Earth. 

Many students in the life sciences are preparing for careers in 

Marine oioioay 

medicine, dentistry and other professional fields. The college offers a 
strong departmental honors program, administers the College Park 
Scholars in Life Sciences program and provides for on and off-campus 

research. With access to the National Institutes of Health, the 

Zoology 
National Museum of Natural History, the National Aquarium and the 

Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, students are able to expand and 

apply their knowledge in the field. The Chesapeake Bay, largest of 

the world's estuarine systems, provides an ideal laboratory for 

biological and ecological study. 




"Life on campus is 
a learning experi- 
ence. Close (quar- 
ters and so many 
people mal<e for a 
ot of late niglits. 
It tea lies you the 
true meaning of 
friendship." 



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winning or \o5\n(^, it 
is about the game. 
The hard worl< and 
practice really pay- 
off when you see 
the tremendous 
support and energy 
of the fans ." 




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Softball 



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"3e\n0 Greek is like 
having a family 
away from home. 
There is always 
someone to help 
you through the 
hard times ar]d 
share the ^ood 
times." 



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having a family 
away from home. 
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eomeone to help 
you through the 
hard times and 
ehare the i^ood 
times." 



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" With over three 
hundred campus 
organizations this 
campus off ere a 
wide variety of ac- 
tivities to ^et in- 
volved in. It makes 
for a more diverse 
place to learn ." 



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No Sooner Said Than 

Done 




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Omicpon Delta Kappa 



Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society was founded at Washington and Lee Univer- 
sity in 1914. Its purpose was to recognize leadership of exceptional quality in five fields of endevor: Schol- 
arship; Athletics; Campus or Community Service, Social, Religious Activities and Campus Government; 
Journalism, Speech and the Mass Media; and Creative and Preforming Arts. ODK also worked to inspire 
others to strive for similar goals; to bring together the most representative students in all phases of collegiate 
life and create an organization which would help mold the sentiment of the institution; to provide an ongoing 
relationship for the alumni members of ODK with the University, and to bring together members of the 
faculty and student body of the institution. 

Sigma Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa was founded on campus in 1927 and has initiated over 2,500 
students and faculty, as well as many permanent honorary members. This year's honorary initiate was Ms. 
Patricia Harper Kirwan. Some of the Circle's activities included sponsoring the Annual Awards Banquet, 
awarding the Sophomore Leader of the Year and Top Ten Freshman, and granting an annual scholarship to 
an imcoming freshman who was an outstanding high school leader. 



1997-98 Officers 

Left to Right: Kristen Milio. Scholarship Chair 
Rebecca Kerr, Secretary 
Margaret Smith, Newsletter Editor 
Jennifer Lee, President 
Faiz Ahmad. Vice President 
Jennifer Walper. Co-Historian 
Avery Straw, Co-Historian 

Not Pictured: Drury Bagwell. Faculty Secretary 

Teresa Flannery. Province II Director 
William Foumey, Faculty Advisor 



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1997 Sophomore Leader Of The Year 

Margaret (Meghan) Duffy 



Top Ten Freshman Of 1997 



James E. Bond 
Catherine M. Doll 
Donald E. Engel 
Rupen R. Fofaria 
Malaina A. Haisfield 



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Kelly Kish 

Nathaniel E. Kronisch 
Erica D. Kuligowski 
Ryan S. Spiegel 
Le-Marie V. Thompson 



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National Leader of the Year 

Hillarx D. Cherrx 



1997 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA MEMBERSHIP 



Christina Addabbo 
Oladunni Adeyiga 
Dana Adler 
Kareem Aggour 
Faiz Ahmad 
FelLx Arnold 
Phil Aronson 
Rebrecca Ashkenasy 
Ahmed Attia 
Heather Austin 
Dnixy Bagwell 
Cory Baker 
Kelly Bassett 
Kingsley Bedell 
Erik Bello 
Leslie Belloso 
Burman Berger 
Nikki Bethel 
Randolph Bishop 
Scott Blackwell 
Shaimon Bracey 
Latisha Brown 
Stephen Bnme 
ErikBucy 
Joshua Burdette 
Susan Burton 
Jonathan Busch 
Rosanna Calabrese 
Erika Carlson 
Cindy Chae 
Hillary Cherry 
David Clark 
Miranda Clement 
Gleim Cline 
Monique Collier 
Patrick Coimolly 
Lauren Costas 
Rebecca Currano 
Deborah Curry 
Melanie Darr 
Usheen Davar 
Cory Da^ds 
Christine DeBow 
Lisa Detig 
Brandi Dickman 
Tere Dickson 
Nicole Dingle 
Ayn Ducao 
Margaret Duffy 
Renee Edelen 
Sue Elliott 
Amy Fallon 
Michele Farley 



Debra Feld 
Jan Femheimer 
Kimberly Flagg 
Sean Fisher 
Teny Flannery 
Brooke Foster 
William Foumey 
Meryl Freiberg 
Daniel Friedman 
Michael Friedman 
Tameka Gardner 
Seth GiUer 
Douglas Glair 
Ann Glass 
Payton Goldman 
Lance Govemale 
Manish Govil 
David Greenspan 
Jeanne Greenwell 
Allison Grolnick 
Amy Grossi 
Reva Gupta 
Rachael Hamm 
James Hanson 
Steven Harris 
Shannon Harvey 
Karen Haven 
Jason Haynes 
Sharif Hidayat 
Tiffany HiU 
Benjamin Hill 
Amanda Hillman 
Edward Hogan 
W. David Hubbard 
Alicia Insley 
Rick Jaklitsch 
Joshua Janow 
Carla Jeffrey 
Nathan Jones 
Alice Kassel 
Randall Katz 
Scott Katzen 
Katherine KaufBnan 
Michael Kerr 
Rebecca Kerr 
Tina Khoie 
Katrina King 
Jemiifer Kipe 
Jennifer Koziar 
Pery Krinsky 
William Kuhns 
Christina Lagdameo 
Stacy Landsman 



Cathy Lao 
Kevin Lawrence 
Aim Marie Lee 
Jennifer Lee 
Edward Lieber 
Adam Lilling 
Wen-Szu Lin 
Kirsten Litkowski 
Mary Luskey 
Chittaranjan Mallik 
David Marks 
Melissa Masino 
Karen McDermott 
Jennifer McMenamin 
Carolyn Melago 
James Melonas 
Reena Meltzer 
Paul Menard 
Caroline Mercado 
Nicole Messina 
Kristen Milio 
James Milne 
Nicole Messina 
Kristen Milio 
Elmus Mosby, Jr. 
Neal Motonaga 
Scott Muns 
Brian Murphy 
W. Paul Murphy 
Danielle Newman 
Alex Nguyen 
Dawn Nichols 
Risikat Okedeyi 
Margarita Ortiz 
James Osteen 
James Parker, Jr. 
Margaret Peng 
Steven Perez 
Robert Perry 
Scott Peterson 
Dawn Pisani 
Mark Plett 
David Plotinsky 
Tal Plotkin 
Erika Pontarelli 
Stephen Powell 
Heather Praml 
Meghan Price 
Jessica Puma 
Jill Raden 
William Ramos 
Ryan Rezzelle 
Stuart Ritter 



Katherine RockweU 
Brian Romick 
Miguel Rovira 
Julie Sacco 
Inayet Sahin 
Sabrina Salam 
Sara Salam 
Brian Saroken 
Christine Savage 
Jason Schneiderman 
J. Logan Schutz 
Matthew Scott 
Jill Scott 
Dana Sears 
Mark Shaner 
Sonja Sharpe 
Erik Shipley 
Rebecca Simon 
Sean Simone 
Anne Singer 
Shamim Sinnar 
Margaret Smith 
Stephen Smith 
Wallace Southerland, m 
Ryan Spiegel 
Licia SpineUi 
Lori Stabler 
Kelly Stepno 
Naima Stevenson 
Aveiy Straw 
Robert StumpflF 
Nandita Tandon 
Tina-Chantal Tipton 
Katherine Tomasulo 
Rebecca Traino 
Jennifer Trombley 
Craig Tucci 
Dale Vander Wall 
Katherine Venanzi 
Jennifer Walper 
Jefferson Wang 
Adam Waxman 
Adam Weber 
Scott Webster 
Derrick White 
Todd Willis 
Nicole Witenstein 
Susan Woda 
Hannah Wong 
Renee Wood 
Fatema Yeganeh 
Nicole Zdrojewski 
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office of The Vice President 
For Stcident Affairs 



The Division of Student Affairs holds the responsibility for the 
coordination and direction of a variety of student development programs. 
The Vice President's office serves as an advocate for student isssues and 
concerns within the administration of the campus and the university. The 
Vice President in conjunction with the departments in the division, pro- 
motes the individual development of all student activities, campus-wide 
events and the addressing of the environmental issues that affect campus 
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Top Left - Dr. Richard Stimpson. Assistant Vice 
President for Student Affairs. Top Center - Dr. Driir}' 
Bagwell, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. 
Top Right - Dr. William L. Thomas. Jr. Vice President 
for Student Affairs. Bottom Left - Ms. Brooke Lecky. 
Assistant to the Vice President. Bottom Center - Mr. 
Warren Kelley. Assistant to the Vice President and 
Director of Planning and Research. 



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Jcidicial Prognams 



Dinectop: Dr. Gary Pavela 




The primary function of the Office of Judicial Programs is to 
efficiently and equitably resolve disciplinary referrals filed against stu- 
dents. The office staff determines disciplinary charges and interviews and 
advises all parties involved in disciplinary proceedings. The most serious 
cases are resolved by student judiciary boards which are comprised of four 
groups: The Central Judicial Board, the Student Honor Council, Commu- 
nity Advocates, and Student Parking Appeals. Although each group differs 
slightly in their perspective, they work to educate other students about their 
rights and responsibilities as members of the campus community. 

The Judicial Programs staff trains and advises the student judiciary, 
reviews all decisions of the judicial boards, maintains student disciplinary 
records and conducts research and anaylsis regarding student conduct. 
Through honesty, respect and sensitivity, the Office of Judicial Programs 
serves to maintain the educational mission of the University by designing 
policies, conducting programs, and offering instruction that contributes to 
the intellectual and moral development of the entire student body. 



Resident Life 

Director: Dr. Pannicia Mieike 




The Department of Resident Life is responsible for management of 36 
campus residence halls as well as for cultural, educational, recreational and 
social programming activities in the residence halls. 

More than 7900 undergraduates lived in residence halls this year. 
Settings available in residence halls included: high rise traditional residence 
halls on the north side of campus and kitchenless suites and apartments on the 
south side of campus. 

The Department of Resident Life has gained a national reputation for 
the many special intrest housing opportunities on campus. Types of special 
intrest housing included the Language Houuse, Gemstones, International 
House, Honors House, Smoke Free-Alcohol Free Housing and College Park 
Scholars. 




Students relaxing in the dorms. 




Residential Facilities 

Director: Mr. Jon Dooley 



From the Staff of Residential Facilities.... 
Use wisely what you have learned while here to build a better 
tomorrow for all people. With best wishes for success and 
good fortune. 



Residential Facilities staff has responsibility for 
maintainingand renewing our 45 residence halls, the 13 reno- 
vated Greek buildings on Fraternity Row, Richie Coliseum and 
the new Campus Recreation Center. We serve our customers 
year-round: our 4-WORK Service Center staff (who you call to 
report problems). Building Services {housekeeping, pest con- 
trol). Facilities Maintenance sections (e.g., maintenance and 
carpentry service, plumboing and electric repair, interior painting 
and more), our student Security Services program (check exte- 
rior doors, inspect security lighting, screens ans signs), and our 
Administrative and Financial Services section (text processing, 
payroll, budgeting, accounting. 



Top Right-Residential Facilities director's office (left to right): Row I.- 
Melissa Amick, Dwight Ivy, Jon Dooley. Row 2: Sean Ballantine, Steve 
Kallmyer. Carol Brice. Center Left- Haywood Motley, painter in the paint 
shop. Center Right- Mabel Wooten. seixice worker in our Housekeeping 
Program. Bottom- Charlie Rice, from our Central Seirices Program. 




Oniversity of Maryland Golf Coarse 

Director: Mr Jeff Maynor 



The University of Maryland golf course is a semi-private 18 hole facility. 
Designed in 1961 by noted golf course architect George Cobb the course 
offers challenging tree-lined bermuda grass fairways and rolling bent grass 
greens. Practice facilities include a lighted driving range and a 7,500 square 
foot putting green. The course is open to students, faculty, alumni and invited 
guests on a year round daily green-fees' basis. Golf course memberships are 
also avalible. The Pro Shop carries a wide variety of Maryland logo merchan- 
dise and the LPGA/PGA golf staff offer both private and group lessons. 



Top Right (left to right): Daniel McCarthy, JeffMaynor, Marilyn Kauffman, William Thomas. 
Bottom Right: Golf Course 





Health Center 



Director: Dr Margaret Bridwell 




Top: Assistant Director and Director in a planning session 
Bottom: Patient Visit to Health Center Nurse Practitioner 



The University Health Center (UHC) is a fully accredited ambula- 
tt)ry health care facility offering a wide variety of servivces for students. 
The UHC staff is committed to providing the University of Maryland 
students with quality health care at an affordable price. 

The UHC has a large staff with a variety of professional back- 
grounds and specializations. Comprehensive primary care is provided 
through various clinics and services. Urgent Care is available Monday 
through Friday 8:00 am to 10:00 pm and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday 
and Sunday. The Walk In Clinic gives the option of coming to the UHC 
without an appointment, Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 5:00 pm. 
You are encouraged to make an appointment whenever possible at 301 - 
314-8184. 

The UHC has X-ray and labratory services available with additional 
charges for these services. The UHC Pharmacy carries a full line of 
prescription and over-the-counter medications and accepts most prescrip- 
tion plan, cash, checks. Mastercard, Visa, Terrapin Express or you can 
charge to your student account. 

Maintaining a healty campus is more than treating sick students. 
Preventive care and management of chronic conditions are available in 
our many specialty services. The UHC places strong emphasis on preven- 
tion and health education. A wide variety of topics and programs are 
offered to both individuals and student groups throughout the campus 
community by the Health Education Office with peer education and 
volunteer programs. 

All services provided to students are confidential. There is a co-pay 
of $10.00 for most visits to a provider. 



Dining Services 

Director: Mrs. Patricia Higgins 




Dining Services offers several meal plan options and a variety of services 
to meet the taste and schedules of the entire campus community. 35 different 
dining locations are conveniently located in all areas of the campus, and are 
open hours that fit anyone's schedule. Dining locations include: dining rooms, 
delis, ethnic eateries, a table service restaurant, two Taco Bell Express loca- 
tions, the Rossborough Inn, our own bakery shops, the UM Dairy Ice Cream 
Shop, the traditional fast foods, rotisserie chicken, and three convenience 
stores. We welcome students, faculty, and staff to our many locations through- 
out the academic year. 

Top: Adele's student servers Herlina Othwann-Revelt 
and Darlene Cobb, display one of the many tasty lunch 
choices available at the Student Union eatery. 
Bottom: Resident Assistants from the Departmenat of 
Resident Life sample the menu at the annual Dining 
Serx'ices' RA Dinner This year's theme was "Come to 
the Caribbean With Me! " 




Coanseling Center 

Director: Dr \/ivian Boyd 



Where Seeking Help is a Sign of Strength 

As in years past, Maryland students dealing with a variety of personal, social, career, and academic issues found support at the 
Counseling Center. In individual counseling, students discovered that seeking help is a sign of strength as they explored a range of issues 
that included self-esteem, stress, relationships, sex, family problems, and making career decisions. 

In workshops and group counseling, students met with others who shared similar problems, intrests, and goals. The Conseling 
Center offered a weekly support groups that addressed a wide variety of topics, such as career exploration, dissertation support, procrasti- 
nation prevention, and stress management. Group offereings included, "Caught in the Net," a support group for reducing dependency on 
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Food, and Obsession with Thinness," which addressed problems of body image and eating. Consultation, counseling and child 
testing also were provided to parents, single parents, and their children. 

Career counseling also helped students who were choosing a major, establishing career goals, and considering job opportunities. An 
important aspect of career counseling was understanding how personality, values, and intrests relate to future career satisfaction and 
success. Students in need of improving their academic skills discovered another valuable resource at the Counseling Center: education 
specialists who helped them enhance such skills as reading, writing, note-taking, learning science and math material, and learning statis- 
tics. Workshop topics included study skills, exam skills, time management, English conversation, end-of-semester survival skills, and 
completing theses and dissertations. Many students who were back in school after a break in their formal education took advantage of the 
Counseling Center's Returning Students Program. Workshops and counseling helped these students make the transition to academic life. 

The Counseling Center also provided services for students with disabilities, including help in locating interpreters for the deaf or 
hard-of-hearing students; readers for visually impaired students, blind students, and students with learning disabilities; and assistance with 
access to various buildings and facilities on campus. In the Counseling Center's Testing Office, students took tests related to the work they 
were doing in counseling, such as exploring their career intrests. Others took national standardized tests administered by the Testing 
Office, such as the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, and Miller Analogies. Research assistance and individual consultation were provided to 
students with questions about research design and statistics and writing project proposals, theses, and dissertations. 

It was a busy and productive year in the Counseling Center. From individual and family counseling, growth groups, and academic 
skills workshops, to career intrest testing, disability support, and research assistance, the services provided by the Counseling Center 
staff reached a wide range of Maryland students in need of professional assistance. 




Conference and l^isiton Services 



Director: Mr Patrick Perfetto 




Conference and Visitor Services was the host to the thousands of guests and 
visitors that came to the University this year. We greeted about 12,000 visitors at 
the Visitor Center, located in "The Dairy" on Route 1. Fifty percent of our visitors 
sought admissions information. The Visitor staff ensured that these potential future 
students had a good first impression of the University. We provided lodging, meals, 
meeting space and a variety of other services to about 30,000 guests who attended 
summer conferences, competitions, workshops, and camps. About half of these 
guests were teens who may someday think of their summer experience at Maryland 
in deciding where to attend college. Finally, Visitor Services coordinates the Me- 
morial Chapel and the hundreds of weddings that occur there each year. Many of 
our newly weds are recent graduates. 

Mr. Patrick Perfetto, Director of Conference and Visitor Sen'ices 



Commciter Affairs and Coracinity Service 



Director: Dr Barbra Jacoby 




Whether you hiked in from an apartment near campus, commuted on Shuttle-UM 
or relied on your car, getting to campus has no doubt one of your most memorable 
experiences while at the University of Maryland. Hopefully your memories also 
extend to the coffee and doughnuts from the weekly "Good Morning, Commuters!" 
gatherings, a service project you participated in through a club or class, and the Stress- 
Free Zone at Commuter Appreciation Day. 

Each year staff in the Office of Commuter affairs and Community Service works 
to provide commuter students with the services, programs, and support systems that 
help them realize goals for a quality education from the University of Maryland: 

* Commuter Affairs sponsors programs like S.H.O.W. (Students Helping, 
Orienting, and Welcoming) to assist students to get more involved in campous life. 

* Four time a year University of Maryland commuters receivce a bit of the 
university in their mailbox when the Commuter Connection, a newspaper with articles 
related to academic, social, and campus life, arrives in their mailboxes. 

* The 40 bus fleet of Shuttle busses and a dedicated staff of over 125 drivers and 
managers provides commuter, security, paratransit and charter service to the campus. 

* With the assistance of trained student staff and computerized listings, students 
find help in locating a new place to live at the Off-Campus Housing Service in Com- 
muter Affairs. 

* Involving students in community service opportunities on campus and in the 
surrounding communities is the focus of Community Service Programs, the newest 
within Commuter Affairs. 

We hope some of these services and programs offered through the Office of 
Commuter Affairs and Community Service have contributed to your fond memories of 
the University of Maryland. 



Top: Commuter Appreciation Day 
Middle: Barrhra Jacohy, Director 
Bottom: "Good Morning Commuters!" 




Careen Center 



Director: Dr Linda Gast 



The Career Center seeks to improve the University's 
mission and its academic programs by providing a variety of 
programs and services to meet the diverse career develop- 
ment and employment needs of degree-seeking students. The 
Center teaches, advises and counsels students to make career 
decisions about academic majors, work and further educa- 
tion; and collaborates with academic departments, employ- 
ers, and alumni in the delivery of programs and services. 

The Center offers: 1 ) career information through career 
counseling, workshops, the Career Center Website (http:// 
www.careercenter.umd.edu), and a Career and Employment 
Resource Room which assists students in identifying intrests, 
exploring careers and initiating the job and/or graduate/ 
professional school search process; and 2) employment 
opportunities through our Student Employment Center, 
including career fairs, on-campus interviewing, resume 
referral, on-line access to job listings for full-time, part-time, 
internship, and cooperative education positions. 




Fhotfl: The Career Center staff 



Campds Recreation Services 

Director: Mr Jay Gilchrist 



In addition to providing their regular variety of recreational 
activities for the campus community. Campus Recreation Services 
spent much of the 1996-97 year planning and preparing for new 
programs and facilities. The anticipated openings of Richie 
Coliseum in mid- 1997 and the Campus Recreation Center at the 
start of 1998, meant purchasing equiptment, developing new 
programs, and hiring staff to support the added programs and 
facilities. The CRS staff, including almost 400 student employ- 
ees, looks forward to seeing an expanded Fitness Program, a new 
Outdoor Recreation Program, a new Non-Credit Instruction 
Program joined with such traditional programs as Intramurals, 
Sport Clubs, and Informal Recreation in the coming year. 



Top: Campus Recreation Senices Staff for 1996-97: Front Row (L to R) - 
Andrea Bussler PaulJacobus, Ronald Abbit, Jeff Kearney. Jacob Tingle; 
Second Row (L to R) - Amy Terhaar. Robin Vollinger Janet AUesandrini. 
Debbie Lasick; Third Row (L to R) - Gothard Lane, Ken Meyers, Shawn Flynn, 
Barbra Aiken, Lawrence Moody. Jim Wenhold: Back Row (L to R) - Dan 
Barlow, JeffKostoff. David Flumhaum. Dan Blackman. Brent Flynn. Jay 
Gilchrist. 





Bottom: College oj HHP Grad Students nunc the hall during the 
Maniand Student Official's Association administered Regional 
Qualifier for NIKE National Flag Football Championships. This event 
is held annually on the CRS Artificial Tu if Field. 





stamp Stcident (Jnion and Campus 
Programs and University Book Center 

Director: Dr James M. Osteen 

Numerous programs and services are provided 
for the campus community by the Stamp Student 
Union and Campus Programs. Over 18,000 persons 
enter the Union each day and take advantage of 
information services, the Hoff Theater, the Recreation 
Center, the Art Center and Gallery, and the University 
Book Center and other retail and food options. This 
is the site of most major campus programs during the 
year. In addition, the Office of Campus Programs 
works with the 350 student organizations, including 
the Student Government Association, SEE Produc- 
tions, SUPC, and Greek groups to provide rich in- 
volvement and leadership opportunities for students. 

Left: Dr. James M. Osteen. Director of the Stamp Student Union 
and Campus Programs. 

Right: Clockwise from left. Allison Gold. Alan Konlande. and Kelly 
Kish take a break from their duties as Oritntation Assistants in the 
lobby of the Stamp Student Union. 

Department of Campus Parking 

Director: Mr David Allen 



The Department of Campus Parking (DCP) strives to be responsive to the parking needs of the 
entire campus community. Annually, this department provides more than 55,000 parking permits to 
student faculty, staff and visitors; making every effort to distribute parking spaces as fairly and effec- 
tively as possible. Through planning, education and enforcement, DCP administers the UMCP Parking 
Rules and Regulations. Students receive parking information through the Campus Parking Map and 
Informational Parking Guide, the annual publication Campus Parking News, brochures, fliers. Dia- 
mondback and Commuter Connection articles, the Campus Parking homepage on the World-Wide-Web, 
advertisements and participation in such campus activities as Visit Maryland Day, Spring Open House 
Information Fairs, Student Affairs Town Meeting, Good Morning Commuters. First Look Fair and 
Orientation. 

Campus Parking has several programs in place to assist students 
and the entire campus community. At the beginning of the Spring 
^ semester, the Meter Debit Card was introduced to the campus commu- 
nity. This card can be used in any of the 1 .000 electronic meters on 
campus and enables you to pay a meter and retrieve unused time. 
Additional dollar value can be added at the CTS machine in the DCP 
Lobby. Students are able to register for parking through MARS, by 
phone or at one of the four KIOSKs locations on campus. Our 
PITCrew MAV program provides free lockout, flat tire, jump start and 
gasoline service. 

Top: Mr. David Allen, Director 

Bottom: Campus Parking Staff 







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Julie Abadie, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Megan Amabile, Alpha Chi Omega 

Lisa Antonelli, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Debbie Altman, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Jen Amendola, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Amanda Appel, Kappa Alpha Theta 

NikJci Asguith, Delta Delta Delta 

Jenny Babiskin, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Melissa Barr, Sigma Kappa 

Jennifer Bartkovich, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Julissa Bautista, Alpha Delta Pi 

Mara Berger, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Kelly Bernstein, Alpha Chi Omega 

Sharon Benter, Sigma Kappa 

Jenna Bertrand, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Alicia Bevington, Kappa Alpha Theta 

Deborah Blahut, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Tara Boerger, Kappa Alpha Theta 

Pam Boltax, Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Lisa Boyer, Alpha Delta Pi 

Jen Boza, Alpha Delta Pi 

Randl Braderraan, Zeta Tau Alpha 

Alison Brodt, Kappa Delta 

Emily Brown, Phi Sigma Sigma 

Brandi Buddmeyer, Alpha Phi 

Lauren Byrne, Sigma Kappa 

Kim Carlson, Zeta Tau Alpha 

Lori Jean Casey, Alpha Chi Omega 

Corey Chandler, Delta Delta Delta 

Carrie Chase, Alpha Phi 

Alyson Chmielewski, Kappa Delta 

Beth Cohen, Gamma Phi Beta 

Lori Cohen, Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Linnet Cochrane, Kappa Delta 

Meredith Coyne, Alpha Chi Omega 

Maryanne Cryan, Kappa Delta 

Jenn Cullen, Sigma Kappa 

Kerrie Cunnif, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Stacy Dabney, Kappa Delta 

Mandi Dali, Alpha Delta Pi 

Erica Davidson, Delta Gamma 

Beth Daugherty, Kappa Alpha Theta 

Stacy Daughters, Delta Delta Delta 

Lisa Diaz, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Brandi Dickman, Sigma Delta Tau 

Karen Dippenworth, Sigma Kappa 

Crissy Dispenza, Gamma Phi Beta 

Julie Dopkin, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Karen Dunner, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Linda Dwork, Alpha Chi Omega 

Renee Edelen, Kappa Delta 

Wendy Eisenberg, Alpha Delta Pi 

Amy Eisner, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Robin Faberman, Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Amy Fallon, Delta Delta Delta 

Michele Farley, Kappa Delta 

Jessica Farquhar, Sigma Kappa 

Jodie Fielding, Sigma Kappa 

Kelly Fitzmaurice, Delta Delta Delta 

Angle Freidenberg, Alpha Chi Omega 

Rayna Freidenreich, Alpha Chi Omega 

Samantha Gendler, Alpha Chi Omega 

Nikki Gentile, Sigma Kappa 

Laura Gill, Zeta Tau Alpha 

Meredith Ginsburg, Sigma Kappa 

Lauren Gische, Sigma Kappa 

Lauren Glaze, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Jamie Goldfeier, Sigma Delta Tau 

Risa Goldman, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Rebecca Gorelik, Gamma Phi Beta 

Tracy Gottlieb, Delta Phi Epsilon 

Missy Grabowski, Kappa Delta 

Alyssa Graham, Sigma Kappa 

Jaime Green, Alpha Omicron Pi 

Liz Grieco, Delta Delta Delta 

Cathy Grunewald, Kappa Delta 



Jamie Gruvcrman, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Krista Hanson, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Crystal Harley, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Allison Hecht, Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Randi Heller, Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Kathy Henderson, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Clara Hickerson, Kappa Alpha Theta 
Laurie Hiller, Alpha Delta Pi 
Jennifer Hoffman, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Katie Houtz, Alpha Chi Omega 
Jen Huggins, Sigma Kappa 
Alicia Insley, Kappa Delta 
Pam Jablow, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Jaime Kahner, Alpha Chi Ctaega 
Erin Kanoy, Delta Gamma 
Amy Kaplan, Delta Delta Delta 
Liz Kapusnick, Alpha Chi Omega 
Thea Karas, Kappa Delta 
Allison Katz, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Becky Kerr, Delta Delta Delta 
Heather Kersey, Kappa Delta 
Suzanne King, Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Jennifer Kipe, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Lindsay Kleinert, Alpha Delta Pi 
Jill Klements, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Nancy Kramer, Sigma Kappa 
Cathy Krebs, Alpha Delta Pi 
Susan Kresch, Alpha Ctaicron Pi 
Amy Krupfca, Gamma Phi Beta 
Jamie Kunkel, Kappa Alpha Theta 
Michelle Kurlan, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Kim LaMaina, Kappa Alpha Theta 
Allison Landou, Sigma Delta Tau 
Ali Lang, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Megan Lang, Sigma Kappa 
Robin Lansey, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Karen Leahy, Alpha Delta Pi 
Laura Lebednik, Alpha Chi Omega 
Jennifer Lee, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Lauren Lefkovritz, Delta Gamma 
Shira Leibowitz, Alpha Chi Omega 
Betsy Leighton-Herrman, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Meredith Levin, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Heather Lewek, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Erica Lieberman, Alpha Delta Pi 
Jamie Lieberman, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Kim Lundahl, Delta Delta Delta 
Mary Luskey, Kappa Delta 
Leslie Madden, Kappa Delta 
Lauren Mallon, Kappa Alpha Theta 
Candice Marshall, Alpha Delta Pi 
Kaitlin Martin, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Shannon Hassengale, Delta Delta Delta 
Joanne Matheson, Delta Delta Delta 
Traci Maultasch, Alpha Chi Omega 
Cindy Mauro, Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Christy McElroy, Alpha Chi Omega 
Ashley McGuigan, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Laurie Mechler, Kappa Delta 
Danielle Medaglia, Alpha Delta Pi 
Shirley Meiler, Sigma Delta Tau 
Jessica Meisels, Sigma Delta Tau 
Nikki Meisnere, Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Tara Melega, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Karrie Mensing, Delta Delta Delta 
Lisa Michnevricz, Alpha Chi Omega 
Amie Milan, Gamma Phi Beta 
Haley Miller, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Marci Miller, Alpha Chi Omega 
Sam Millman, Delta Phi Epsiion 
Michelle Mittani, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Katherine Moncrief, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Amy Moore, Delta Gamma 
Bridget Morris, Sigma Kappa 
Lauren Murphy, Delta Delta Delta 
Sherry Myers, Sigma Kappa 



Roxanne Nazari, Delta Delta Delta 
Dana Obrentz, Alpha Chi Omega 
Kerri O'Brien, Kappa Delta 
Michelle O'Brien, Kappa Delta 
Kelly Orzochov/ski, Delta Gamma 
Megan Page, Delta Gamma 
Jen Palmer, Delta Delta Delta 
Ali Parks, Alpha Chi Omega 
Lori Patrick, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Kim Pedrick, Delta Gamma 
Claire Persilly, Sigma Delta Tau 
Ora Pindrik, Alpha Chi Omega 
Bree Pinsker, Delta Delta Delta 
Meredith Pochet, Kappa Delta 
Katie Potter, Alpha Delta Pi 
Jill Raden, Phi Sigma Sigma 
Michelle Raley, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Susan Randall, Alpha Chi Omega 
Stephanie Roache, Alpha Chi Omega 
Emily Rose, Delta Delta Delta 
Stacy Rosenheim, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Jessica Rosenberg, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Melanie Rosenthal, Alpha Phi 
Cheryl Ross, Alpha Chi Omega 
Bridget Rossiter, Kappa Delta 
Sheila Roth, Alpha Chi Omega 
Holly Ruth, Sigma Kappa 
Carolyn Rychcik, Alpha Chi Omega 
Marni Sacks, Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Gabby Sarate, Gamma Phi Beta 
Ruhee Sataye, Kappa Delta 
Kristi Saxon, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Sharon Schlesinger, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Samara Schwartz, Kappa Delta 
Jenna Seery, Delta Delta Delta 
Jessica Shay, Kappa Delta 
Melanie Scheer, Sigma Kappa 
Nikki Schreiner, Sigma Kappa 
Kristin Shanks, Sigma Kappa 
Christine Sherman, Kappa Delta 
Melanie Simons, Alpha Chi Omega 
Jen Singer, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Carey Smariga, Kappa Alpha Theta 
Shira Sodoff, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Danielle Soyka, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Danielle Stetz, Alpha Chi Omega 
Batya Strulson, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Ann Svikhart, Kappa Delta 
Natalie Swentek, Alpha Chi Omega 
Lori Taft, Sigma Kappa 
Dawn Taliaferro, Sigma Kappa 
Jenna Taylor, Phi Sigma Sigma 
Tara Tomlinson, Kappa Delta 
Emily Topolosky, Alpha Chi Omega 
Becky Traino, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Randi Tuckerman, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Jannah Vankirk, Zeta Tau Alpha 
Renee Vasilevsky, Phi Sigma Sigma 
Myriah Velasquez, Kappa Delta 
Kim Vogel, Alpha Chi Omega 
Jenny Waller, Alpha Chi Omega 
Wendy Warren, Alpha Omicron Pi 
Carrie Webber, Delta Delta Delta 
Traci Werner, Delta Phi Epsilon 
Angela Willard, Alpha Delta Pi 
Stacey Williams, Delta Gamma 
Chrissy Wilson, Sigma Kappa 
Lisa Wolf, Alpha Chi Omega 
Shanna Wolf, Delta Phi Epsilon 
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460 1 North Fairfax Drive 

Arlington, VA 22203 

(703) 841-5200 

^%s a leader in Educational and Institutional construction. 

Turner is proud to be a part of the University of Maryland Campus 

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Congratulations to the Class of 1997! As an architectural or 
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As a leading designer, constructor, developer, and operator of 
capital facilities and technical systems, Sverdrup Corporation 
founded in 1928, strives to achieve total satisfaction through 
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producer of microprocessors, the "brains" 
of personal computers. 




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In an epic journey, 

Pope John Paul II 

meets with 

Cuban leader 

Fidel Castro as 

"a pilgrim of love, 

of truth and 

of hope." 



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Spanish — is an 
unusually warm body of 
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credited with causing 
torrential rains, ice 
storms and other 
weather-related 
disasters across the 
United States. 



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New $50 bill introduced tliat is designed to be 

counterfeit-proof. 

Unmanned cargo ship rams MIR space station 

In worst space collision ever. 

After 117 years, Woolwortti's closes tile last of 

ttie company's flvo«nd-dime stores. 

USS Constitution, which defended the United 

states during the War of 1812, sets sail on its 

own fbr ttie flist time In 116 years. 

British Prime Minister Tony Blair shakes hands 

with Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams in ttie 

first meeting in 76 years between the leaders 

of Britain and the Irish Reput>llcan Army's 

political arm. 

Beth Ann Hogan becomes first coed In the 

158-year history of the Virginia Military Instttute. 

Scotland creates Its own parliament after 

almost three centuries of union with England. 

Hundreds of thousands of women Join in the 

Million Woman March In Philadelphia. 

stock market bounces l>ack with single 

biggest one-day surge and record volume of 

1.8 blllkHi shares traded. 

Bobbi lylcGaughey gives birth to septuplets, 

only tfie second set known to be twrn alive. 

A 14-yearokl boy opens fire at a high school in 

West Paducah, Ky., killing three students and 

Injuring five others. 

Representatives from more tiun 150 countries 

gattier In Kyoto, Japan, at a gtobal warming 

conference to control greenhouse gases. 

More than 600 Japanese children are 

hospitalized when affected by the flashing 

lights of a popular cartoon straw. 

Terry Nichols convicted of conspiracy In 

Oklahoma City bombing. 



British au pair 

Louise Woodward 

was found guilty of 

murder, 

but a judge 

adjusted her 

sentence to time 

already served and 

released her. 



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The world mourned as within a week 
Britain's Princess Diana was killed 
in an auto accident in Paris and 
Mother Teresa died 
at age 87 in 
Calcutta, India. 






Passings 



Conhedian 
Chris Farley 

INXS singer 

Michael 

Hutchence 




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Michigan wins the Rose Bowl and the AP 
Poll as the Number One college football 
team — an honor shared with the 
University of Nebraska in the 
USA TodaylESPU Coaches' Poll. 




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FI«etwood Mac 



Fkebuiood /^ac 



THE DANCE 




Ireland's superstar band U2 hits 
the road for another tour. 



Spice Girls' Spice World 
movie keeps them 




Puff Daddy 



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Puff Daddy's 

winning year includes concerts, 

a hit CD, and Artist of the Year 

from Rolling Stone. 



Best Selling CD's 



Sevens 

Garth Brooks 

Let's Talk About Love 

Celine Dion 

Higher Ground 

Barbara Streisand 

You Light Up My Life — 
Inspirational Songs 

Leann Rimes 

Tubthumper 

Chumbawamba 

Spice World 

Spice Girls 

Come on Over 

Shania Twain 

ne-load 

Metallica 

Soundtrack- to Titanic 

James Horner 

Butterfly 

Mariah Carey 



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Director James Cameron's ""ntanlc" Is the blockbuster hit of 1998 
with a record-tying 14 Oscar nominations. 



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ii^;' , a Uafisactlon token sent l>y a web stte to a 

browser 
„^ ij sudden failure of the computer 

an online message Intended to Insult others 

the special computer language developed 

by Sun Microsystems for web browsers 

a program that captures data across a 

networtt 

flooding a user or site with a huge volume 

of Irrelevant email 

cruising the Internet for cool stuff 

a prx)gram that reproduces Itself across a 

network 



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its oldest 
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Beetle of the 
1960s and 
1970s. 






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host of popular interactive 
computer games. 



DVD is the hot new 

technology that puts 

full-length movies on CD-ROIVI. 



The burger wars 

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Burger King 

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for trench fries. 




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