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1989 



FROM SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 

SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

IN THE NINETY-EIGHTH YEAR OF EXISTENCE 

presents the 

1989 TIGER 



Renee Rolling, Editor 




Opening 1 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 






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EVENTS 

STUDENT LIFE 

PEOPLE 

ORGANIZATIONS 









ATHLETICS 












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Opening 



PROLOGUE 



In the Eye of a Tiger linger flashes of the past year. How you see yourself as a tiger is up to you. Perhaps, after 
turning the pages of this book, you will know. The look is of you, the administration, the faculty, staff, and most of 
all, the students. 

This year's TIGER staff presents a broad overview of what's happening around the College by the Sea in the 
unlimited phases of collegiate life. The staff has captured the glances of the rewarding and significant events that 
took place on campus. 

Located in one of the most scenic cities of the South, Savannah State College, in its 98th year of pride, progress 
and excellence, has provided many students with the opportunity to take a new prospect of life with choice and 
fulfillment. 

Where there are people, there are events that need to be recorded. This is what the staff of the 1988 TIGER has 
put forth every effort to do. The TIGER is a reminder of the enthusiasm, the feeling of nurture and growth, and 
the wealth of excitement that encompass a college campus. 

This year's TIGER, in our own eyes, is a reflection of the character, scholarship, activities, and leadership 
demonstrated by the students at the College. 

Each student is a part of this history of facts and pictures. As you turn the pages and see yourself in the eye of a ti- 
ger, remember that the past is a prologue of the future. 



Opening 3 




4 President 





SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

A UNIT OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA 
SAVANNAH. GEORGIA 31404 



OFFICE OF 

THE PRESIDENT 



Dear Students: 

As your venerable alma mater approaches the eve of her 100th birthday, 
surely she proudly counts you among her progeny. Your devotion, 
contributions, and accomplishments reflected in entries in Tiger 1989, are 
an outstanding tribute to her. Indeed, we who are the Savannah State College 
community of administrators, faculty, staff, students and alumni are fortunate 
to share these historic times which present to us crucial opportunities to 
foster the sturdy advance of the College into the twenty-first century. 

I applaud the Tiger staff for this laudable yearbook. Also, 1 congratulate 
the students who will graduate this year. And to each and everyone of you, 
I extend best wishes for continued success in pursuing your educational and 
career goals. 

Sincerely yours, 



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WiJey SL Bolden 
Acting President 



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EVENTS 



MISS SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 



Dawn Linette Pinner 




Isn't she lovely! 



8 Queens 



Dawn poses during the homecoming game. 



DAWN LINETTE PINNER, Miss Sa- 
vannah State College 1988-89, was born 
February 15, 1967 in Kalamazoo, Michi- 
gan. She, along with her sister, Kimberly, 
and her parents, Mr. Paul Pinner and Mrs. 
Dorian Pinner, later moved to Indianapolis, 
Indiana. 

During her freshman year, she partici- 
pated on the women's track team and later 
became a photographer for the Tiger Year- 
book staff. Other extracurricular involve- 
ments include membership in American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers (she was 
elected Miss ASME in 1 987), participation 
in SSC's first women's cross country team, 
and membership in the Student Govern- 
ment Association. 

Dawn has excelled during her academic 
tenure, making the honor roll every quarter 
since the Spring of '87 and being named 
twice to the Dean's List. 

She lists among her hobbies photogra- 
phy, reading, arts, and crafts, jogging, and 
traveling. 



Isn't she beautiful! 



MISS SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE 

AND 
ATTENDANTS 



1st Attendant 
Angelique Smith 





ANGELIQL'E LORINE SMITH 

of Atlanta, Georgia is the First Run- 
ner-up to the 1988-89 "Miss Savan- 
nah State College". She is a Math- 
ematics Major, with a minor in Com- 
puter Science. She plans to attain 
advanced degrees and eventually be- 
come president of a historically black 
college. 



THERESA ANNETTE YOUNG 
of Savannah, Georgia is the Second 
Runner-up to the 1988-89 "Miss Sa- 
vannah State College". She is a senior 
Business Administration major. She 
will be commissioned a Second Lieu- 
tenant upon graduation. 



2nd Attendant 
Theresa Young 




Queens 9 



Scenes from Coronation 





Dr. Bolden assists Bola in crowning 
Dawn. 




Miss SSC 1987-88, Omobolade Delano 



Sharon King, Miss SSC 1983-84, sings 
"America the Beautiful". 



The Naval ROTC salutes Miss SSC 1988- 




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Scenes from Homecoming Day 




Events 1 1 



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Miss ASME 
Millicent Chisholm 



Miss Army 

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Renee Hunt 



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Sandra Williams 




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Miss Computer Science 
Gisel Matthews 



Miss Bowen-Smith 
Catherine Mclntyre 



Miss Baptist Student 

Union 

Sheila DeShazior 



Miss Newtonian 
Phyllis Hampton 




CAMPUS QUEENS 






Miss Criminal Justice 
Sheila Quillion 



Miss WHCJ 
June Powell 



Miss Pan-Hellenic Council 
Sandra Aker 






Miss Lester 
Karen Siddons 





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Miss Navy ROTC 
Antionette Walker 



Miss Lockette 
Veronica Bedell 



Miss Sigma Gamma Rho 
Sebrina Tomlin 




Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 
Placida Johnson 



Scenes from Homecoming Parade 




Hancock Central brings Savannah another great show. I |. '_.. f SjSJSBH** FT •••"••"i"* \ [ 

Miss Tri-Beta, Dewey Levant, is accompanied by her at- 
tendants, Nichelle Warren and Anita Martin. 




Little Miss Omega Psi Phi, Greshyn Taylor. 
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A.E. Beach is marching to the beat. 



Scenes from the Homecoming StepShow 




The Brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi 




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Oscar is trying to get off! 





The crowd watches with intense anticipation. 



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The Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha 



The Sorors of Delta Sigma Theta 





The Brothers of Phi Beta Sigma 



Steve and one of his frat brothers gives the que 
sign. 



Events 15 




Miss Psychology 
Jacqueline Kent 




Miss Alpha Phi Omega 
Laverne Martin 





Miss Senior 
Faith May 




Miss Mass Communications 
Carolyn Blackmon 




Miss Peer Counselor 
Sharon Berry 



Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Cynthia Hillery 



Miss Junior 
Charlette Rollins 




Miss Resident Assistant 
Makeba Palmer 




Miss Delta Sigma Theta 
Delores Hicks 



16 Queens 



Homecoming 

Decorating Contest 



The faculty and students all took part in the pre-homecoming 
activities. One such activity was the door and office decorating 
contest. Here are a few of the best entries in the contest. 





Lester Hall participated in the decorating contest by 
creating a "Wall of Fame," the football players. 



Ms. Roberts and Ms. Cummings hold their 
second place office plaque representing the 
registrar's office. 





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The work study students and staff in the Office of 
Financial Aid say they are number 1. This office 
won the first place plaque. 



Coach Myles, Mrs. Mincey, and Brenda 
Patterson hold the second place door 
prize for the Athletic Department Of- 
fice. 




Lester Hall speaks 
bluntly and truth- 
fully about More- 
house College. 




Mrs. Richards and Ms. Howard 
hold the first place prize for the 
Public Relations Office. 



Events 1 7 



More Homecoming 



Highlights 




1 8 Events 






Midnight Breakfast 



The 2nd Annual Midnight Breakfast 
was a smashing success. The students 
looked forward to this break after cram- 
ming for several hours. 






Mrs. Brown-Hern helps with the serving line. 



Mrs. Boyd takes Eric Smith's tray after he fin- 
ishes his meal. 



Coach Brooks tidies up the sink. 





Vanessa Lavender waits patiently for 
the toaster. 



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Gloria Howard. Parish An- 
drews, and Mrs. James gath- 
er together for a picture. 





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The lunchroom staff helps out, too. 



Mrs. Franklin 
wipes the ta- 
ble for Ka- 
trina Sim- 
mons. 



Coach Tillman and Lamont Nelson assist in 
the kitchen. 



Sam, Keshia, Michelle, and Pam are chillin' at the 
breakfast. 




Events 19 



Founder's Day 




Noted author, scholar and SSC Calloway Professor Dr. Hanes Walton Jr., 
told students, faculty and alumni that Savannah State's struggle for exis- 
tence is never ending. He stressed that "where Savannah meets the sea we 
rise." We have a long way, says Dr. Walton, but if we are to endure and 
continue our mission in the second century, the students must come back 
and make Savannah State what you want it to be. 



Dr. Walton speaks to the students, 
faculty, and alumni. 



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Dr. Bolden, acting President, 
welcomes the alumni to the 
second annual Founder's 
Day. 

Reverend Jesse Jackson brings Savan- 
nah State a message, "Keep Hope 
Alive." He arranged for many students 
to register to vote in the 1988 Presiden- 
tial Election. 




Van Johnson III and Kenneth Flowe, SGA 
Vice President accompany Jesse Jackson 
through the projects of Savannah encour- 
aging blacks to vote. 



Dr. Bolden listens intensely to 
Reverend Jackson. 



20 Events 





On behalf of the students, James 
Simon, SGA President, welcomes 
the students to the second annual 
Founder's Day. 



The platform guest applaudes Dr. Walton. 




Ms. Penick, welcomes the 
faculty to the second annual 
Founder's Day. 



Dr. Jimmie Jackson presents 
the college with a substantial 
amount to be used for aca- 
demic scholarships. 



Professor Emerita Martha Wilson 
elaborates on the significance of var- 
ious buildings on campus named after 
those people who are now deceased. 



Jesse Jackson Visits SSC 




All eyes on you! 









Reverend Jackson says "Keep Hope 

Alive." 
Reverend Jackson explains 
to Savannah State how im- 
portant it is to vote. Be 
heard!! 



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USMC 

and USN Birthday Celebrations 

[he U.S. Marines and the U.S. Navy celebrated their 213th 
lirthdays. SSC salutes the disciplined and dedicated young men 
nd women who demonstrate honor and pride for this great 
ountry. 








The USMC celebration announcement 
could be seen from miles away on the 
campus billboard near the administra- 
tion building. 




Attention!! 



The U.S. Navy celebration was held at Arm- 
strong State College. 



World Hunger Day 



Savannah State College held a U.N. 
Hunger Day to focus attention on the 
ravages of malnutrition and starvation in 
our world, and specifically to raise mon- 
ey to help the people of Bangladesh who 
were devastated recently by tropical 
floods. 



MLK Parade 

William Green, Jr. and Captain Keith Merrel 
ifforts to "Keep The Dream Alive" were demon- salute t0 the P led g e of allegiance, 
itrated as Savannah State College took part in 
he Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade along 
he City of Savannah. 





Antionette Walker was the Mis- 
tress of Ceremony during the USN 
celebration. 




Willie Chisholm, Joyce McLe- 
more, and Rev. Donnie Woods. 




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Events 21 



Mentors Program 

Keith B. Wilson, Project Director for the 
Mentors Program, states, "The basis of the 
program is to help retain students with high 
attrition variables, such as students who are 
single parents, students in two or more re- 
medial courses, athletes or students remedi- 
ating for the Regents." The Mentors Pro- 
gram sponsors two presentations each quar- 
ter. One presentation is held off campus to 
encourage cultural exposure for the stu- 
dent. The aim is for the student and the 
mentor to connect and bond, thus providing 
the student with a support system. 



Upward Bound 



Upward Bound stresses the value of education 
and self-respect by motivating high school stu- 
dents to aspire for success in academics and in 
LIFE. Upward Bound promotes the ideals of 
honesty and service as well as leadership. It re- 
wards meritorious achievement and encourages 
students to continue their accomplishments. 





Everyone vividly expresses the latest motto, "I 
can't believe it from the cafe," as they eat a de- 
lightful meal. 

Phase II Talent Show 



Phase II sponsored a talent show for 
the student body. The show included 
singing, dancing, acting, and playing 
the piano. Some of our best campus 
stars participated. 



Hilfred Shumake, 
U.S. Senate 

Senator Shumake announced a proposal to AFDC 
recipients in which a small portion of their parents 
monthly allowance would be deducted and kept in a 
college fund until the child was 1 8. At which time, it 
would enable the child to attend college. The gov- 
ernment promised to match the family's savings. 



Date Rape Seminar 




Dr. Bolden recognizes the Upward Bound 
students during an award banquet for their 
accomplishments. 




Senator Shumake 





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Mrs. Wynn thrills another student 
with a reward for the effort he dis- 
played for a brighter future. 









Upward Bound students raise their voices in har- 
mony to sing their farewell. 



Humaniora 



"Mastro Joe" sings while playing the pi- 
ano. 

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Ricky Kelly demonstrates 
his singing talent. 



22 Events 




Quintonia Darden shows 
she has a singing talent 
also. 

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Dr. Otis Johnson elaborates on the U.S. 
Arab Relations. 



Dance group, "Drawers and Panties' 
dance to "Rip It". 



Bernard Mack entertains the 
crowd with his comedian tal- 
ent. 



The Peer Counselors Association sponsored the 1st 
Annual Amatuer Night imitation of "Apollo 
Night" for the freshmen class. 



Amateur Night 





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Durante Footman lip syncs Bobby 
Brown's "Don't Be Cruel." 



Gary Oliver, Michelle Pinkston, and Mia 
Swanson chant a "Hello" cheer. 




Onetha Boneparte and Charmayne Smith join in on the "Hello" 
chants. 




Anquinette Young lip syncs 
Anita Baker's single "Giving 
You The Best That I Got." 




Pamela Forston is the Mistress of 
Ceremony during the Amateur 
Night Show. 






The audience looks on with anticipation. 



Janell Westley, Charmayne Smith, Onetha 
Boneparte perform FATS (Fitness Aerobic 
Training Seminar). 



FATS at it again 



Events 23 



Black Engineer of the Year 



Lcdr. Donnie Cochran, USN 

Lcdr. Donnie Cochran has been named the Black 
Engineer of the Year. Donnie is a 1976 Civil 
Engineering Technology graduate from Savan- 
nah State College. Donnie became the first Black 
Pilot in the Blue Angels about three years ago. 
He believes that to succeed requires discipline, 
preparation, self-confidence, and teamwork. 
Cochran gave some advice to students at his alma 
mater. He said we must decide what we want out 
of life and then pursue it by setting goals. 




Black Campus Queens 

Black queens from near and far came together for the 
first time to witness a program held in their honor. Our 
Miss S.S.C., Dawn Pinner, participated in the festivi- 
ties. 




Ebony Fashion Fair 



The Ebony Fashion Fair was held at Savan- 
nah Civic Center that was sponsored by 
Alumni Chapter of Savannah State Col- 
lege. Fashions from far and wide were dis- 
played by models from the east coast. 





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The Strollers ap- 
plaude Bobby. 

24 Events 



Mr. Holt plays an excerpt 
from the jazz ensemble. 

Raymond McClellan 
shows his stuff. 

The Winter 89 Stroller Line 
charts a Kappa rap. 

David Washington 
puts it to a mellow 
mood. 




Alpha Kappa Mu 




Back Row, L to R: Lisa Goldwire; Tracey Jones: E. K. 
Williams — Professor Emeritus; William Green, Jr.; and 
Joan Green. Front Row, L to R: Norman Elmore — Coor- 
dinator of Inductees; Clara Bain — Advisor; Tecora 
Cartwright; Lisa Tucker; Renee Rolling; Vonita Wing- 
field. 



The purpose of Al- 
pha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society is to promote 
high scholarship; to en- 
courage sincere and 
zealous endeavor in all 
fields of knowledge 
and service; to culti- 
vate a high order of 
personal living; and to 
develop an apprecia- 
tion for scholarly work 
and scholarly endeavor 
in others. 

Beta Beta Beta Bio- 
logical Society is a so- 
ciety that emphasizes 
stimulation of scholar- 
ship, dissemination of 
scientific knowledge, 
and promotion of biol- 
ogy research. 

Who's Who 



Beta Beta Beta 




Standing, L to R: James Simon; Tecora Cartwright; Ni- 
chelle Warren; Anita Martin; and Thomas Kozel — Advi- 
sor, Sitting, L to R: Lavern Alexander; Gloria Graham; 
Katrina Simmons; Sebrina Tomlin; Dewie LeVant. 



Theo Bass III 
Greta Blake 
Wendy Brisbane 
Tecora Cartwright 
Darien Cohen 
Carol Door 
William Green, Jr. 
Roderick Ellis 



Durante Footman 
Mary Harris 
Marie Joiner 
Bobby Jones 
Tracey Jones 
April Kendnck 
Bernard Kirkland 
Darryl Knight 



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Standing: L to R: William Green, Jr. — President; Ken- 
neth Flowe; Clinton Brantley, Sitting, Tracie Carter. 
Raut — Advisor; Renee Rolling; Jeffery James — Advi- 
sor. 



The 1989 Edition of Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Col- 
leges will include the names of 31 students 
from Savannah State College who have been 
selected as national outstanding campus lead- 
ers. They join an elite group of students select- 
ed from more than 1 ,400 institutions of higher 
learning in all 50 states, the District of Colum- 
bia, and several foreign nations. 

Pi Gamma Mu Hon- 
or Society is an inter- 
national social science 
honor society. The pur- 
pose of this society, as 
its name indicates, is to 
study the social sci- 
ences. More specifical- 
ly, it aims to reward in- 
terest and achievement 
in the college study of 
social sciences by the 
conferring member- 
ship upon those who 
have thus distin- 
guished themselves. 

Beta Kappa Chi Sci- 
ence Honor Society is a 
national honor society. 
The purpose of this so- 
ciety is to recognize 
those people in the sci- 
ences who demonstrate 
high academic excel- 
lence. The people af- 
filiated in this society 
exemplify good char- 
acter and leadership. 



George Lampkin. Jr. 
Pamela Manders 
Jennifer McDowell 
Gregory Owens 
Dawn Pinner 
Patula Reese 
Sheree Rivers 
Renee Rolling 



Cheryl Sams 
Sebrina Tomlin 
Vincent Truett 
Antionette Walker 
Eldridge Wright 
Celena Wright 
Veronica Wright 



Beta Kappa Chi 



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L to R: Lamalakar Raut. Renee Rolling, Jeffrey James 
Advisor. 



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LIFESTYLES 



A SSC Family Field Day and Picnic 



This event was sponsored by the Comprehensive Counseling Center 
during Fall Quarter to allow faculty and staff to mingle and to develop 
a positive rapport before classes began. 




28 Student Life 



SGA Skating Party 



The Student Government Association sponsored a skating party during 
Homecoming Week at Savannah Skate Inn. 




Student Life 29 



"YOU CAN ALWAYS TELL A 
SAVANNAH STATE STUDENT" 



Learning Knowledge 




Hailing from places such as Atlanta, Georgia, Miami, Florida, Chicago, Illinois, 
Brooklyn, New York, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, and Bahamas, each student at 
SSC has a unique characteristic. With the continuous expansion of our resources, 
this Institution thrives on academic excellence. Every student who has taken College 
Algebra knows that it is no piece of cake. Also, every student knows he will sit in 
front a computer during his college education. Because the students are eager to 
learn all there is to know, sometimes the library is unsurprisingly full. 



30 Student Life 



Showing Off Fashions 



It's understood that fashion is very important to students 
here. The females wear long skirts and soft sweaters, while 
the males prefer baggy to cropped pants with colorful printed 
shirts. Both sexes wear turtle necks, acid-wash jeans, and the 
biker shorts. 




Student Life 31 




Whether good or bad, the College has a reputation for its food 
services. At breakfast, lunch, or dinner, everyone enjoys a nutrious 
meal. Good times are shared in the dining hall, but sometimes 
students have a craving for foods served at the Blue Note, Campus 
Corner, Subway, Burger King, or even Ryan's Steakhouse. To 
make sure they don't get too fat, there's always aerobics to keep 
everyone in shape. 



32 Student Life 



Having Fun 



After a week of doing calculus homework or cramming for that history test, 
students are usually ready for the weekend. Things get started on Thursday 
night at Club 220 West. Then on Friday and Saturday nights, the Old Gym 
is the party place. Music can be heard for blocks as Randy T. mixes the 
latest dance music. Every weekend, the crowd gets more pumped. After the 
parties, the guys try their best to sweep the ladies off their feet and to 
hypnotize them to forfeit the games people play. Students also engage in 
frequent games of "Spades". 

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If anybody reading this knows a person that possesses 

some of these characteristics, the reader should have 

that person write to this address: 

SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE STUDENT LIFE 

ADMISSIONS OFFICE 

100 IGNORANT BENCH 

SAVANNAH STATE COLLEGE BRANCH 

SAVANNAH, GA 31404 



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Dr. Bolden addresses the campus on Founder's 
Day. 



Charles Elmore 

Assistant to 
the President 





Vermse Mikel 

Administrative Assistant 



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Dr. O'Neill receives culinary tips from Dr. Parrish and Dr. 
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Martha Stafford 

Secretary 



Laura McGraw 

Administrative Secretary 



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Prince Mitchell 

Vice President 





Glenn Lee, Director of Personnel, rear, demonstrates his 
culinary skills. 




Venkataratham Koganti 

Director of Personnel 



Jeanette Westley 

Assistant to the Vice 
President 



Carolyn Fletcher 

Budget Analyst 





Almisha Mattox 

Section Supervisor 



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Beulah Gardner 

Accountant 



Savita Raut 

Accountant Assistant 



Ruby Morris 

Accountant Assistant 




Yvonne Dixon 

Accountant I 





Patricia Rutledge 

Personnel Assistant 



Wanda Houston 

Cashier Clerk I 



Clyde Wilson 

Cashier 



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Robert Ray 

Director 




Dorothy Butler 

Section Supervisor 




Evadne Roberts 

Recorder I 



Carolyn Dreissen 

Recorder I 




Ellen Addison 

Data Entry Clerk 




Gwendolyn Cummings 

Admissions Counselor 



Debra Pinckney 

Data Entry Clerk 



Shirley Scott 

Recorder II 



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Thomas Hines 

Director of Development 




Edna Jackson, Director of Alumni Affairs, center, 
reveals her domestic side. 




Lee Robey 

Director of Corporate Relations 



Beverly Brown- Hern 

Public Relations Specialist 



Lee Grant Pearson 

Sports Information Director 



Naomi Calhoun 

Administrative Assistant 





Bonnie Howard 

Staff Assistant 



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Charles Woodard 

Vice President 



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Assistant Vice President 




Festine Butler 

Staff Assistant 



Joanne Quarterman 

Secretary 



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Bernard Conyers 

Director of Auxiliary Services 



Claudette Franklin 

Resident Manager 



Aubrey Mumford 

Director of Student Union 
Building 




Emma Allen 

Resident Manager 




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Judy Johnson 

Infirmary Secretary 




Henry Collier 

College Physician 



Elizabeth Chapman 

College Nurse 



Sylvia Hutchinson 

College Nurse 



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Henton Thomas 

Director of Comprehensive 
Counseling 




Tommie Mitchell 

Director of Financial Aid 




Patricia Young 

Counselor 




Vara Allen 

Counselor 




Shirley James 

Counselor 



Jerrie Knight 

Student Employment Coordinator 




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Rachel Claiborne 

Psychometrist 




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Rose Debro 

Secretary 





Ann Lipsey 

Financial Aid Counselor 



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Patricia Gloyd 

Catalog Librarian 




Andrew McLemore 

Director of Librar> 




Margaret llugbo 

Library Assistant II 



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John Merritt 

Director of Logistical Services 



Velma Johnson 

Accounting Clerk III 



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Doretha Tyson 

Director of Talent Search 




Ervin Simmons 

Talent Search Counselor 




Kim Albright 

Talent Search Counselor 







Willie Mae Robinson 

Director of Upward Bound 




Jack Grant 

Upward Bound Counselor 




Erma Mobley 

Upward Bound Counselor 



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David Whiteis 

Director of Planning 



Catherine Baker 

Secretary of Title Ml 



Doris Jackson 

Director of Secretarial Center 





Gary Norsworthy 

Dean of Coastal Georgia Center 




Donald Shavers 

Director of Computer Center 



Corry Johnson 

Programmer Analyst 



Rosemary Banks 

Program Director 





Judith Grffin 

Clerk Typist II 



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Isaiah Williams 

Chief of Security 



William Wilcox 

Lieutenant 



Emory Matthews 

Security Guard 





Leroy Groover 

Lieutenant 



Jo Anne Mitchell 

Sargeant 




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Security Guard 



Yvonne Cutter 

Secretary 



Robin Bulloch 

Telephone Operator 



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Christy Divine, Special Projects Coordinator, demonstrates her 
computer skills. 



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Dean 




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Senior Programmer 



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Shewn Carr 

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AKER, SANDRA Jefferson, GA 
Major: Biology 

Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha So- 
rority, Beta Beta Beta Biological 
Society, skating, and swimming. 
Future Plans: To attend graduate 
school and to get married 

AL-AZEMI, MUFLEH Kuwait, 

KUWAIT 

Major: Electrical Engineering 

Technology 

ALLEN, LEONA Savannah, GA 
Major: Social Work 

ASSAD, KATHLEEN Bartow, 
GA 

Major: Accounting 
Future Plans: To be a CPA in a ma- 
jor corporation 

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BAKRIN, MORAYO Nigeria 
Major: Mass Communications 
Minor: Sociology 

BLAIR, KIMBERLY Soperton, 
GA 

Major: Administrative Services 

BRANTLEY, CLINTON Balti- 
more, MD 

Major: Criminal Justice 
Minor: Psychology 
Activities: Alpha Phi Alpha Frater- 
nity Inc., Psychology Club — Vice 
President, Criminal Justice Club 
Future Plans: To attend University 
of Iowa. School of Law 

BRINK, HELEN Cape Town, 
Rep. of South Africa 
Major: Accounting 

BROWN, DIANE Savannah, 
GA 

Major: Business Administration 
Activities: Delta Sigma Pi 
Future Plans: To earn a master's de- 
gree, be an executive in a large cor- 
poration and later be an entrepren- 
eaur, and enlist in the Air Force 

BRYANT, SAMUEL 
Major: Civil Engineering Technol- 
ogy 
Minor: Naval Science 

BURNETTE, CONSTAN- 
CE Thomaston. GA 
Major: Criminal Justice 
Minor: History 

Activities: Delta Sigma Theta So- 
rority, President 1988-1989; Crimi- 
nal Justice Club, Treasurer. 1987- 
89 

Future Plans: To attend Georgia 
Law School 

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vannah, GA 

Major: Mechanical Engineering 
Technology 
Minor: Naval Science 
Activities: American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineering (ASME) Na- 
val R.O.T.C., Kappa Alpha Psi Fra- 
ternity, Inc. 

Future Plans: To be commissioned 
2nd Ll. USMC. and to earn ad- 
vanced degrees in Engineering 

BYRD, KEITH Washington, 

DC 

Major: Journalism 

Minor: English 

Activities: Assistant Dorm Director. 

President of Bible Study 

Future Plans: To be a publisher and 

to become a movie and book critic 

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CAPERS, KENNETH Buffalo, NY 
Major: English Literature 
Minor: Mass Communications 
Activities: Tiger's Roar, Player's By The 
Sea, Mass Communications Club, Student 
Government Volunteer, 1988-89, March- 
ing Tiger Band 

Future Plans: MA and PHD in English Lit- 
erature — to be a novelist 

CARTWRIGHT, TECORA Inasva 

Bahamas 

Major: Biology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Activities: Beta Beta Beta Beta Kappa Mu. 

International Student Association 

Future Plans: To become a pediatrician 

COLCLOUGH, RONALD Savannah, 
GA 

Major: Mass Communications 
Minor: Biology 

Activities: Mass Communications Club, 
Senior Class Representative, Student Gov- 
ernment Association, Homecoming Com- 
mittee 1988 

Future Plans: To pursue a promising career 
in Public Relations and to own my very own 
public relations firm, handling major cor- 
porate accounts 

CRAWFORD. DELORES Bartow, GA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Minor: Military Science 

Activities: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 

Student Council, Criminal Justice Club, 

Army ROTC 

Future Plans: To become a 2nd Lt. in the 

U.S. Army 

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DANIEL, PATTY Atlanta, GA 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 



Activities: President of Psychology Club 
Future Plans: To attend graduate school to 
continue studies in the field of Child Abuse 

DE SHAZIOR, SHEILA Miami. FL 
Major: Environmental Science 
Minor: Military Science 

DIGGS. SONJA Augusta, GA 
Major: Mechanical Engineering Technol- 
ogy 

Minor: Electrical Engineering Technology 
Activities: ASME, V.P., ASME 
Future Plans: To work with IBM in Wash- 
ington, DC 

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EDWARDS, CATHERINE Savannah, GA 

Major: Mass Communications 

Minor: Business Administration 

Activities: Mass Communication Club. Tiger Roar 

Staff. WHCJ Staff 

Future Plans: To work for a public relations firm 



FIELDS. CARMEN Pembroke. GA 

Major: Business Information Systems 

Minor: Computer Science 

Activities: Delta Sigma Pi 

Future Plans: To work for some company and to 

further my education in a master's program 

FLOUNNORY, SHANNON Atlanta, GA 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Naval Science 

Activities: Newtonian Society, Midshipman Stu- 
dent Organization 

Future Plans: To earn commission in the U.S. 
Navy 

FLOWE, KENNETH Flushing, NY 

Major: Political Science 

Minor: Psychology 

Activities: Alpha Phi Alpha, SGA, Pi Gamma Mu 

Future Plans: To run for state office 



FOOTMAN, DURANTE Bainbridge, GA 

Major: Civil Engineering Technology 
Minor: Naval Science/Mathematics 
Activities: President of American Society of Civil 
Engineers, President of Peer Counselors Associ- 
ation. Midshipman Commanding Officer of 
NROTC, member of Who's Who among College 
Students 

Future Plans: To obtain a commission as an officer 
in the U.S. Navy and to own an engineering con- 
struction company. 

FRANKLIN, LESLEY Georgetown, SC 

Major: History 

Minor: Business Administration 

Activities: Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 

Future Plans: To attend Georgetown University 

and earn my Doctorate of Law 

FULLWOOD, SANDY Dublin, GA 
Major: Computer Science Technology 

Computer Technology 
Minor: Mathematics 

Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., 
Computer Science Club, Newtonian Society, 
Cheerleader, Concert Choir 
Future Plans: To obtain a position with a major 
corporation specializing in Computer Program- 
ming, later to attend graduate school to obtain a 
doctorate in my specialized field of study 



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GRAVES, PENNIE Ellenwood, GA 

Major: Social Work 

Minor: Sociology 

Activities: Social Workers of Tomorrow, 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 

Future Plans: To obtain a master's degree 

in Social Work 

GREEN, CYNTHIA Augusta. GA 

Major: English 

Minor: Computer Science 

Activities: President of Concert Choir, '87, 

Navalrette, Miss Concert Choir, Business 

Manager of Concert Choir 

Future Plans: To write commercials that 

will enhance black business 

GREEN, WILLIAM Hilton Head. SC 
Major: Criminal Justice 
Minor: Military Science 
Activities: President Pi Gamma Mu, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Mu 
National Honor Society, Member of the 
Criminal Justice Club 
Future Plans: To become an officer in the 
U.S. Army and eventually work for the 
CIA 

GREENE, SHIRLENE Nassau, Baha- 
mas 

Major: Mass Communications 
Minor: English 

Activities: Acting, singing, writing. Players 
B\ the Sea 

Future Plans: To work at a television or 
radio station 




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JACKSON. FREDERICKA Savannah, GA 

Major: Biology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Activities: Band 

Future Plans: To further my education at B.T. in RN 

JACKSON, LARRY Bainbridge, GA 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Business Administration 

Activities: Marching Band, Yearbook Staff, Student Judicial Court 

Future Plans: To attend graduate school, and to become a CPA for a Big Eight Firm 

JACKSON, TERESA Frankfurt, Germany 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Minor: Social Work 

Activities: Member of Criminal Justice Club 

Future Plans: To be a probation or parole officer 



GRIFFITH. ANGELA Athens. GA 
Major: Mass Communications 
Minor: Psychology 

Activities: Vice President of Mass Commu- 
nications Club, member of Bible Studies 
Ministry and Psychology Club 
Future Plans: To further my education by 
earning a master's degree and to pursue a 
career in Broadcast Journalism 

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HACKETT. WILLIAM Wrightsville, 
GA 

Major: Computer Science Technology 
Activities: Savannah State Concert Choir, 
Gospel Choir, Computer Science Club. 
Newtonian Society 

HARRIS, KENDRA Albany, GA 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Criminal Justice 

HARRIS, WILLIE Columbus, GA 
Major: Electronic Engineering Technology 

HOLSEY. SHERRY Milledgeville, GA 

Major: Social Work 

Minor: Sociology 

Activities: SSC Basketball and Volleyball 

teams. Social Worker of Tomorrow 

Future Plans: To earn a doctorate in Social 

Work 

HOWARD, THOMAS Augusta, GA 

Major: Biology- Pre Med 

Minor: Chemistry 

Future Plans: To attend medical school 



JAUDON. JEFFREY Brunswick, GA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Minor: English 

Activities: Phi Mu Alpha; Sinfonia Concert Choir; Players by the Sea; Marching Band; Criminal Justice 

Club; Sophomore. Junior, and Senior Class Representative 

Future Plans: To get Master's in Public Administration here at Savannah State College and go to Law 

School of University of Florida 

JOHNSON, NATASHA Savannah, GA 

Major: Recreation 

Activities: Basketball, Softball 

Future Plans: To attend graduate school 

JOHNSON. RAMONA Savannah. GA 

Major: Business Administration 

Activities: Delta Sigma Theta, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

JOHNSON, VAN Brooklyn. NY 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Political Science 

Activities: Member Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity Inc. and Wesleyan Choir; President. Phase II. Student 

Representative 

Future Plans: To enter the business world and eventually politics for the advancement of my people 

JONES, BOBBY Wrens, GA 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Math/NROTC 

Activities: Member Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., Vice President of Beta Kappa Chi 

Future Plans: To be an officer of the USMC and to own my own business 

JONES. GREGORY Thomasville. GA 
Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Management 

JONES, JOY Savannah, GA 

Major: Biology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Activities; Beta, Beta. Beta. Concert Choir 

Future Plans: To attend Medical College of Georgia, Dental School 



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KENDRICK. APRIL VVarremon. GA 
Major: General Business Administration 

Activities: Delta Sigma Pi International Business Fraternity, Al- 
pha Kappa Mu National Honor Society 

Future Plans: To obtain a BBA (General Business Administra- 
tion) and obtain a master's degree in same field 

LAMPKIN. GEORGE Blakely. GA 

Major: Computer Science Technology 

Minor: Naval Science 

Activities: NROTC. Newtonian Club 

Future Plans: To be commissioned a Marine Corps Officer upon 

graduation and obtain masters at later date 

LEE-GRIFFITH. SONDRA Germany 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Business Administration 

Future Plans: To become a CPA 

LEVANT. DEWIE Glennville. GA 

Major: Biology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Activities: Tn-Beta 

Future Plans: To work for U.S. DA. 



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PARRISH. ANNETTE Savannah. GA 
Major: Business Management 
Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 
Future Plans: To own my business 

PETTERSON, CHARLES Atlanta, GA 

Major: General Business Administration 

Activities: Savannah State Football Team and Track Team 

Future Plans: To attend graduate school 

PINNER, DAWN Indianapolis. IN 

Major: Mechanical Engineering Technology 

Activities: Miss SSC 88-89. President of ASME 

Future Plans: To go to graduate school to become a Biomedical 

Engineer 



PRESSLEY. SHEREE ' New York, 
Major: Criminal Justice 
Minor: Social Work 



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POUGH, NANETT Miami, FL 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Social Work 

Activities: Ms Floridian 87-88, 1st Attendant to Ms. Lester Hall. 

SGA, Sunshine Connection 

Future Plans: To pursue my career first and then to further my 

education by attending graduate school in Florida 

POWELL. JUNE Millen. GA 
Major: Mass Communications 



MADDOX, LINDA Atlanta. GA 

Major: Mass Communications 

Minor: Psychology 

Activities: Mass Communications Club, Psychology Club, WHC 

Radio 

Future Plans: To be an air personality at top radio station 

MARTIN. ANITA Donalsonville, GA 

Major: Biology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Activities: Beta Beta Beta Honor Society 

Future Plans: To attend graduate school to study Food Science 

MAY. FAITH Wrightsville. GA 

Major: Social Work 

Minor: Psychology 

Activities: Social Workers of Tomorrow, Miss Senior. Treasurer 

of Psychology Club 

Future Plans: To pursue Master's Degree in Social Work 

McCLENDON. TUNJA Bainbridge. GA 

Major: Business Administration 

Activities: Basketball, Track, Delta Sigma Theta 

Future Plans: To go to graduate school and to work with a large 

corporation 

McNEIL. QUINTIN Bridgeport. CN 
Major: Mechanical Engineering Technology 
Minor: Computer Science 

Activities: ASME-Membership Student Government Associ- 
ation 
Future Plans: To enter the Air Force 

MENGISTIE. ASSEMU Gemugoffa. Ethiopia 
Major: Electrical Engineer Technology 

MILLER. MELANTE Savannah, GA 

Major: Social Work 

Minor: Political Science 

Activities: Social Workers of Tomorrow Club. Treasurer 

Future Plans: To attend graduate school 

OUTLER-COOK. CYNTHIA Vidalia, GA 
Major: Administrative Services 
Activities: Member of Collegiate Secretaries, Inc. 
Future Plans: To become an administrative executive in the cor- 
porate world 

OWENS, GREGORY Atlanta. GA 
Major: Chemistrj 

Minor: Mathematics/Naval Science 

Activities: NROTC. Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society. 
Beta Kappa Chi Scientific Honor Society. Student Affiliate of 
American Chemical Society, Dutch Verein Foreign Language 
Club, Senior Class Representative to SGA 
Future Plans: To be commissioned a Naval Officer in USN Nu- 
clear Engineer and to attend graduate school and eventually 
become a college professor 



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REESE, PATULA Greenville, GA 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 

Activities: Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Kappa Al- 
pha Sorority- 
Future Plans: To attend medical school 

RICHARDSON. ELIZABETH Savannah, 
GA 

Major: Business Administration 

ROCKER, ALICIA Warrehton. GA 

Major: Management 

Minor: Business Administration 

Future Plans: To enter the business world and 

obtain a job in management 

ROLLING. RENEE Harlem, GA 
Major: Computer Science Technology 

Computer Technology- 
Activities: Pres. of the Computer Science Club, 
Sec'y. of Senior Class, Sec'y. of Newtonian So- 
ciety, Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Soci- 
ety, Beta Kappa Chi National Honor Society, 
Scientific Honor Society, Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties, Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook 
Future Plans: To secure a career in research as 
a computer scientist, attend graduate school to 
earn Master's Degree in Computer Science, 
get married and have a family 



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Major: Sociology 
Minor: Social Work 



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SHERROD, MONICA Wadley, GA 
Major: General Business Administration 
Future Plans: To attend graduate school 

SIMMONS. KATRINA Savannah, GA 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry- 
Activities: Tri-Beta Club, SSC Weslyn Choir — 
Asst. Sec'y. 

Future Plans: To attend Howard University and 
receive a Master's Degree in Biology 

SIMON, JAMES St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 
Major: Pre-Med Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 

Activities: SGA President, Beta Kappa Chi, Beta 
Beta Beta, Chief Justice, Search and Screening 
Committee for the President of the College 
Future Plans: To earn PHD in Reproductive 
Physiology, MD in Gynecology, practice medicine 
and do research 

SMITH, ANGELIQUE Atlanta, GA 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Computer Science 

Activities: Newtonian Society. Computer Science 
Club, SGA, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. German 
Club 

Future Plans: To earn advanced degrees and even- 
tually become president of a Black College 

STEPHENS, METHELOMESE Elizabeth, NJ 

Major: English 

Minor: Mass Communications 

Future Plans: To be an Attorney of International 

Law 



STEVENS, PHYLLIS 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 



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STEWART. RUBY Savannah, GA 
Major: Business Administration 



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THARPE. FRANK Savannah, GA 
Major: Mass Communications 
Minor: Electrical Engineering Technology 
Activities: Yearbook Staff 88, Being Creative 
Future Plans: To someday write, direct, and 
produce music, music videos, and movies at will 

THARPE, ROSLYN Philadelphia, PA 

Major: Mass Communications 

Minor: Political Science 

Activities: Players By the Sea, Senior Class 

President, Homecoming Committee, S.S.C. 

Concert Choir, Mass Communications Club 

Future Plans: To pursue a Professional career 

in radio or television 

THOMAS, SHIRLEY Savannah. GA 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Art 

TOMLIN, SEBRINA Bartow, GA 
Major: Biology — Pre-medicine 
Minor: Chemistry- 
Activities: Anti-Basileus of Sigma Gamma 
Rho, Vice and President of Beta Beta Beta. 
Kappa Chi Scientific Honor Society, Biologi- 
,al Honor Society, Chief Justice of SGA, Pre- 
Dental Club 

Future Plans: To attend medical school and 
become a physician 

TRUETT, VINCENT Atlanta, GA 
Major: Criminal Justice 
Minor: Mass Communications 
Activities: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Alpha 
Kappa Mu National Honor Society, Pi Gam- 
ma Mu Social Science Honor Society, Who's 
Who Among Students in Colleges & Universi- 
ties, National Dean's List, Vice-Pres. Sopho- 
more Class, Vice-Pres. Freshman Class 
Future Plans: To become a public administra- 
tor 

TUCKER. LISA Warrenton. GA 
Major: Social Work 
Minor: Psychology 

Activities: President Social Workers of Tomor- 
row, President Psychology Club, National 
Dean's List, National Honor Society 
Future Plans: To obtain a Master's Degree in 
Social Work 



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WALKER, ANTIONETTE Ellabell, GA 
Major: Computer Science Technology 

Computer Technology 
Minor: Naval Science 

Activities: Cheerleader, NROTC, Newtonian Society, Computer Club 
Future Plans: To become a naval officer 



WARE, ROBERT Atlanta, GA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Minor: Social Work 

Activities: Vice-Pres. Criminal Justice Club 

Future Plans: To attend law school at Georgia State University or Emory University 

WARING, MARQUIS Savannah. GA 

Major: Business Management 

Minor: Psychology 

Activities: SSC Football Team, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 

Future Plans: To work for a firm in the Washington, D.C. area 

WARREN, CYNITA Sparta, GA 

Major: Biology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Activities: Beta Beta Beta Biological Society 

Future Plans: To attend Medical College of Georgia to study the field of dentistry 

WEBB, PEGGY McDonough, GA 

Major: Business Administration 

Activities: Psychology Club 

Future Plans: To work at First Union Bank and later seek a higher degree from Georgia State 

University 

WESBY, JACQUELINE Midville, GA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Minor: Psychology 

Activities: Navalrette Social Club, Criminal Justice Club, Psychology Club 

Future Plans: To become a detective for the Internal Revenue Service 

WILLIAMS, STACEY Macon, GA 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Psychology 

Activities: Psychology Club, Student Government Association, Senior Class Representative, Peer 

Counselor 

Future Plans: To pursue a career as an Educational Psychologist working with disturbed children as 

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WRIGHT, ARLENE Savannah, GA 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Business Administration 

Future Plans: To become a CPA and attend graduate school 

WRIGHT, ELDRIDGE Savannah, GA 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Mathematics 

Activities: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Vice-Pres Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical 

Society, Navy (BDCP) Scholarship Holder 

WRIGHT, KIMBERLY Savannah, GA 
Major: Civil Engineering Technology 
Minor: Mathematics 
Activities: School Mascot 

WRIGHT, MICHAEL Monroe, GA 

Major: Criminal Justice 

Minor: Social Work 

Activities: Baptist Student Union 

Future Plans: To work with a correctional center and attend graduate school 

WYATT, KEYWANA Atlanta, GA 
Major: Computer Technology 
Activities: Computer Science Club 

YOUNG, THERESA Savannah, GA 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Military Science 

Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 2nd Attendant to Miss SSC, 2nd Lt. U.S. Army 

Future Plans: To pursue a career in the army as a 2nd Lt. to consider teaching 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 






President Roslyn Tharpe 

Miss Senior Faith May 

1st Attendant Sandy Fullwood 

Secretary Renee Rolling 

Student Congress Rep Jeffrey Jaudon 






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Vice President Sheree Rivers 

2nd Attendant Patty Daniel 

Treasurer Pennie Graves 

Student Congress Rep Delores Hicks 

Student Congress Rep Pamela Mclvey 

Student Congress Rep Gregory Owens 

Assistant Secretary Michelle Battle 




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CLASSOF1990 



Alston, Lisa 

Meridian 

Basil, Richard 

Demopolis, AL 

Benlevi, Shevuah 

Savannah 



Benyard, Wesley 

Savannah 

Birdsong, I. Joi 

Conley 

Boneparte, Onetha 

Cameron, SC 



Booker, Elainor 

Savannah 

Brannon, Natalie 

Atlanta 

Brown, Carolyn 

Savannah 



Brown, Keith 

Atlanta 

Brown, Louis 

Washington, DC 

Chisholm, Raymond 

Savannah 




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Coates, Andre 

Philadelphia, PA 

Cohen, Darien 

Savannah 

Daniels, Everette 

Savannah 




Darden, Quintonia 

Atlanta 

Davis, Joel 

Augusta 

Denson, Shelia 

Savannah 



Drummer, Felicia 

Vidalia 

Durrett, Tammye 

Atlanta 

Easterling, Bryant 

Swainsboro 





Fitzgerald, Sabrina 

Savannah 

Flynn, Comia 

Savannah 

Ford, Edwin 

Savannah 



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Forston, Pamela 

Savannah 

Futch, Clinton 

Savannah 

Goodlet, John 

East Point 



Guess-Goldwire, Lizzie 

Savannah 

Hamilton, Marvin 

Savannah 

Hardnett, Kerven 

Lithia Springs 



Heggs, Lorenzo 

Wadley 

Howard, Gloria 

Savannah 

Huff, Wanda 

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 



Hunt, Renee 

Bronx, NY 

Jackson, Alfred 

Savannah 

Johnson, Damon 

East Point 













84 Juniors 



CLASSOF1990 



Johnson, Donna 

Charleston, SC 

Johnson, Eugene 

Memphis, TN 

Kelly, Ricky 

Swainsboro 





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Hinesville 

Mobley, Lahama 

Girard 

Morris, Patricia 

Savannah 




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Savannah 

Nelson, Lamont 

Savannah 

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Clarksville, MS 



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Savannah 

Pitts, Randal 

Savannah 

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Atlanta 





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Rollins, Charlette 

Decatur 

Scales, Monika 

Savannah 

Simmons, Felicity 

Darien 



Swanson, Mia 

Ocilla 

Thomas, Robert 

Savannah 

Wallace, Priscilla 

Savannah 




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Savannah 

Walton, April 

Atlanta 

Westley, Janell 

Savannah 



Williams, Allen 

Demopolis, AL 

Wingfield, Vonita 

Warrenton 

Wright, Celena 

Savannah 








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Vice President Ricky Kelly 

Miss Junior Char let te Rollins 

1st Attendant Calandra Dallas 

2nd Attendant Sherrell Tye 

Secretary Tammy Durett 

Treasurer Caroline Jackson 

Student Congress Rep. Donna Johnson 

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Student Congress Rep Sheldon Smith 




Juniors 87 



CLASS OF 1991 



Barber, Vincent 

Savannah 

Bell, Karen 

Savannah 

Blalock, Karen 

Atlanta 

Boone, Eric 

Macon 





Bradshaw, A let hi a 

Savannah 

Brockington, Adrienne 
Savannah 
Broughton, Borato 

College Park 

Browner, Tamera 

Jackson, MS 



Calloway, Concetta 

Washington 

Clerk, James 

Fairburn 

Coleman, Cory 
Savannah 
Coleman, Joseph 

Savannah 



Cook, Tony 

Vidalia 

Davis, Edward 

Farrockaway, NY 
Dobson, Toderick 
Waycross 
Elzey, Frederick 

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CLASS OF 1991 



Evans, Renee 

College Park 

Fleming, Stephanie 

Savannah 

George, Maria 

Macon 

Grant, Rodney 

Washington, DC 



Grimes, Toni 

Savannah 

Gross, Terrence 

Savannah 
Harris, Trina 

Atlanta 
Hart, Tonya 

Savannah 



Hawes, Danielle 

Lincolnton 

Hawkins, Frederick 

Columbia, SC 
Hicks, Danita 
Fitzgerald 
Holloway, Kimberly 

Augusta 

Holt, Judy 

Augusta 

Isham, Lorraine 

Decatur 

J ay cox, Jamie 

Albany 

Jones, Grayrich 

Warrenton 




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Jones, Mark 

Savannah 

Keel, Tolejala 

Savannah 
Laing, Calvin 

Ft. Gaines 
Lewis, Annette 

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 



Lockett, LaTeah 

Savannah 

Lynch, Connie 

Savannah 

McClellan, Raymond 

Vidalia 

Mack, Bernard 

Orangeburg, SC 



Mack, Tammy 

Dublin 

Miles, Rodney 

Starkville, MS 
Mitchell, Janice 

Columbus 

Morel I, Le Alice 

Springfield 



Morris, Deirdre 

Adel 

Moss, Sudonna 

Hazelhurst 

Owens, Chantal 

Savannah 
Pass, Maria 

Covington 




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CLASS OF 1991 



Pearson, Fortune 

Decatur 

Pendergraph, Joy 

Savannah 
Perkins, Berry 

Atlanta 
Preer, Emily 

Savannah 



Price, Wanda 

Savannah 
Rahming, Veronica 

Savannah 
Riddle, Danny 

Athens 
Roberts, Donna 

Warner Robins 

Robinson, Zabrina 

Savannah 

Scarbriel, Greg 

Virgin Islands 
Scott, Angelina 
Savannah 
Scott, James 

Wadley 

Scurlark, Jonathan 

Memphis, TN 

Simmons, Claude 

Jacksonville, FL 
Simmons, Devvine 
Sparta 
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CLASS OF 1991 



Small, Tameka 

Waynesboro 

Smith, Charmayne 

Frogmore, SC 

Smith, Rodney 

Savannah 

Smith, Sheila 

Savannah 



Snelling, Sonya 

Moultrie 

Standifer, Michelle 

Monticello 
Steele, Glenn 

Atlanta 

Stewart, Sean 

Atlanta 



Swain, Paul 

Augusta 

Ten-ell, Roderic 

College Park 

White, Jacquita 

Macon 

Walton, Tonya 

Vidalia 



Wiley, Cynthia 

Decatur 

Williams, Michael 

Savannah 
Williams, Oscar 

Savannah 








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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 





President 

James Scoit 

Miss Sophomore 

Jamie Jaycox 

Student Congress Rep 

Jacquita White 

Student Congress Rep 

Janice Mitchell 







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Monique Hall 



2nd Attendant. 



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Sophomores 93 



CLASSOF1992 



Adams, Katrina 

Savannah 

Amina, Mary i 

Lagos, Nigeria 

Applin, Carmella 

Cartersville 

Appling, Phelicia 

Covington 

Ashby, Lee 

Marietta 

Baity, Michael 

Douglasville 

Bedell, Veronica 

Manchester 

Bell, Lamonica 

Camak 

Bigby, Tami 

Decatur 

Biggs, Michael 

Stone Mountain 

Blackmon, Carolyn 

Columbus 

Blakely, Monique 

Riverdale 

Blount, Deon 

Augusta 

Boazman, Gary 

Atlanta 

Brack, Joseph 

Savannah 

Brantley, Santonio 

Hazlehurst 

Brisbane, Satonia 

Savannah 

Brown, Carla 

Cartersville 

Brown, Eddie 

Atlanta 

Brown, Jane Anne 

Ft. Stewart 




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Atlanta 

Carter, Andrea 

Savannah 

Carter, Tabitha 

Madison 

Chambers, Michelle 

Rosemont, PA 



Chavis, Miche 

Savannah 

Chester, Lavette 

Greensboro 

Coats, Dias 

Atlanta 

Collins, Kenneth 

Savannah 

Coney, Cynthia 

Savannah 

Cooper, Derek 

Darlington, SC 

Cotton, LaBronza 

Fairburn 

Crapps, Monika 

Ashbury Park, NJ 






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Columbus 

Davis, Paul 

Atlanta 

Dicks, David 

Augusta 

Dike, Roseline 

Lagos, Nigeria 

Dixon, Victor 

Macon 

Dooley, Mary 

Atlanta 

Duffie, Carta 

Dublin 

Duncan, Kendra 

Decatur 



Freshman 95 



CLASSOF1992 



Dunn, Terry 

Atlanta 

Edwards, Pamela 

Atlanta 

Ellis, Ramona 

Savannah 

Evans, Johniase 

Vidalia 

Fields, Stephanie 

Decatur 

Flowers, Yhonna 

Atlanta 

Ford, Petrina 

Watkinsville 

Foster, Venessa 

Augusta 



Gantt, LaGarrick 

Atlanta 

Geathers, Debra 

Georgetown, SC 

Gilliard, Edwin 

Savannah 

Gray, Carmen 

Atlanta 

Griffin, Peggy 

Savannah 

Hamilton, Lasonja 

Savannah 

Harden, Bobby 

Swainsboro 

Hardy, Cedric 

Atlanta 

Hardy, Juliette 

Daytona Beach, FL 

Hester, Jeffery 

Savannah 

Hinkins, Kimberly 

Wadley 

Hodge, Jerry 

Gaithersburg, MD 






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CLASSOF1992 




Howard, Detra 

Macon 

Ingram, Allison 

Dublin 

Irwin, Allison 

Dublin 

Johnson, Adriane 

Savannah 

Johnson, Kelvin 

College Park 

Johnson, Reginald 

Savannah 

Jones, Adriane 

Newark, NJ 

Jones, Chenita 

Atlanta 

Jones, Lionel 

Decatur 

Jones, Sabrina 

Savannah 

Jubilee, Timothy 

Dover, DE 

Kittles, Steven 

Sylvania 

Larry, Cindy 

Savannah 

Logan, Gary 

Sandersville 

Lowe, Theopolis 

Columbus 

Lucas, Deonesia 

Scottdale 

Lumpkin, MarRonde 

Savannah 

Martin, Lawana 

Dublin 

Matthews, Sonja 

Buena Vista 

McCIain, Bridgett 

Sparta 



Freshman 97 



CLASSOF1992 



McGilli, Lazenza 

Manchester 

Mellows, Margaret 

St. Michael, Bahamas 

Middlebrook, Allen 

Atlanta 

Miller, Debra 

Atlanta 

Mitchell, LaSonya 

Brunswick 

Mitchell, Zenobia 

Augusta 

Moran, Sylvia 

Americus 

Morgan, Terri 

Ridgeland, SC 

Mosley, Karen 

Charleston, SC 

Mullgrav, Saladean 

Brooklyn, NY 

Myers, Willie 

Savannah 

Neal, Candice 

Atlanta 

Neely, Johnetta 

Augusta 

Nicholson, Yalonda 

Atlanta 

Nix, Sandra 

Savannah 

Nwankwo, Dorian 

Thomson 

O'Brien, Michael 

Nassau, Bahamas 

Ogden, Cheryl 

Savannah 

Parker, Sheneal 

Frogman, SC 

Parkinson, Patricia 

Bronx, NY 




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CLASSOF1992 











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Perrin, Odette 

Bloomfield, CT 

P he nix, Ava 

Savannah 

Pinkston, Jewelstine 

Loisville 

Polite, Joy 

Savannah 

Powell, Tracey 

Atlanta 

Primos, Marcus 

Columbia, SC 

Quarterman, Tammy 

Savannah 

Ramsey, Monte 

College Park 

Richard, Timeko 

Georgetown, SC 

Roberts, Denise 

Savannah 

Roberts, Joseph 

Savannah 

Robinson, Katrina 

Savannah 



Robinson, Lisa 

Takoma Park, MD 

Ruley, Pamela 

St. Albans, NY 

Sanders, Dorothy 

Savannah 

Sanders, Sheryl 

Hazlehurst 

Scott, Trina 

Atlanta 

Shuman, Tracey 

Savannah 

Silman, Iris 

Marietta 

Simon, Gavin 

Atlanta 



Freshman 99 



CLASSOF1992 



Sims, April 

Savannah 

Sims, Bobby 

Pelham 

Sims, Regina 

Athens 

Skipwith, Tracey 

Columbus 



Small, Wynette 

Brunswick 

Smith, Shannon 

Atlanta 

Spaulding, Markeita 

Brunswick 

Staton, Marcus 

Charlotte, NC 

Stephens, Shea 

Decatur 

Stepherson, Wendy 

Savannah 

Stewart, Crystal 

Bronx, NY 

Styles, Bridgett 

Douglas 



Stroud, Roshemak 

Savannah 

Swift, Sauceraee 

Atlanta 

Taylor, Gabrielle 

Savannah 

Taylor, Latrell 

Savannah 

Thomas, Jacqueline 

Atlanta 

Thomas, LaSonja 

Hinesville 

Thomas, Trina 

Augusta 

Thornton, Kalvix 

Franklin 




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Todd, Shannon 

Dublin 

Tor re nee, Ann 

Millen 

Walker, Tonya 

Savannah 




Wallace, Earlie 

Fredonia, NY 

Ward, Dana 

Savannah 

Ward, Quinton 

Athens 

Waring, Lawrence 

Savannah 



Warren, Andrea 

Savannah 

Washington, Anthony 

Georgetown, SC 

Washington, Katrina 
Yeadon, PA 

Wat kins, Brian 

Atlanta 



Watson, Victoria 

Brunswick 

Whaley, Tracy 

Covington 

Wigfall, Dachelle 

Atlanta 

Wiley, Nicole 

Punta Gorda, FL 

Williams, Sandra 

Columbus 

Williams, Stephen 

Mississauga, ONT. Canada 

Wilson, Kevin 

Savannah 

Winns, Lois 

Georgetown, SC 



Wright, Cindy 

Savannah 

Wright, Kenneth 

Hinesville 

Young, Anquinnette 

Jacksonville, FL 

Young, Kevin 

Savannah 



Freshman 101 



FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 




Not Pictured 

Vice President Keywanda Cooper 

Secretary Sandra Nix 

Treasurer Jimmy Johnson 

Student Congress Rep 

Terri Morgan 

Student Congress Rep 

Paul Collier 




President Lawrence Waring 

Miss Freshman Terry Dunn 





102 Freshmen 




IN REMEMBRANCE OF 

Dr. Michael K. Maker 



1940-1988 









Dr. Maher was born on December 23, 
1 940 in Chicago, Illinois. He obtained 
his Bachelor's Degree from Loras Col- 
lege in Deblek, Iowa, and his Master's 
Degree and Doctorate Degree in English 
from the University of Georgia. He be- 
gan teaching at the University of Geor- 
gia, but later went on to teach high 
school in Augusta, Georgia. He taught at 
Savannah State College for 1 7 years. 



Dear Dr. Maher, (My Mentor) 

I never thought my days would be so unfulfilled with the disturbance of your death. Therefore, I often times find it arduous to come to terms 
with the realization of your absence here at our "College by the Sea. "After the wringing news of your passing, I astonished myself with my own 
reactions acknowledging just how much of an integral role you have played in my life. Disregarding the tears that blurred my vision, I spotted be- 
yond the objects, and I hurled and scattered crazily out of distress, my several boxes of poems, essays, and short stories. There they were, piles of 
papers you graded and critiqued, that I embraced. At the time I panicked that they were all I had left of you. "Strong thesis," "firm analysis," 
"well done, " "rushed conclusion, " "correct minor grammar errors, " "vivid images in your poetry, " "keep editing" penetrated my memories of 
you as I read. Remember the very first time I invaded your office and I said, "Teach me? " Of course, you recall that moment, because you, with no 
reservations, said, "Sure, as long as you want to learn." Initially, I quirked, "Oh, this guy must be some Marva Collins of the teaching industry 
who has no life outside of chasing and grading homework assignments." After one "D", an office visit, and an "A" later, I saw sincerity in your 
eyes and promise in your heart. I knew my goal was to learn. Never before had I wanted to absorb so much from anyone. And I thank you. 

So now that you've given me so much, you just desert me? Don't you know, I wasn't finished? I had questions to last a lifetime. Just think of all 
the office time you spent helping me to develop an "A " essay in 40 minutes, critiquing my poem, and molding the building blocks to boost my con- 
fidence as a promising writer with exceptional talents. H hile this may be true, you never denied me the truth of what it takes — editing, more 
editing and possibly hundreds of rejections. So how could you leave me? So untimely? Perchance, knowing you as I did, goodbyes are just too per- 
manent. 

Now that you're gone, I frequently find myself lost. On several occasions, I've started a trip to your office with one of my latest writing ventures 
with hopes that I'd find you there at the typewriter with a cup of coffee nearby. The first few times I cried. After several trips, I accepted your being 
gone (physically), but you are so very alive (spiritually) as Shakespeare spoke from a poster; subjects and verbs chattered with agreement from 
the shelves, and maps took me to all the places we've traveled together during lectures. 

Yes, you never really died. So I will always be surrounded by your life — be it the red and green comments on my English papers or the voices of 
your former students who have learned so much. To my heart, your absence brought nothing but remorse; now I thank God I was blessed enough to 
know you, to miss, and to celebrate your new life in me and those whose lives you've touched and are still touching. 

Yours truly, 

Zain Jacobs 



Memoriam 103 




IN REMEMBRANCE OF 

Miss Tonya Warnette Jenkins 
1967-1988 



Miss Jenkins was born on July 
31, 1967, in Savannah, Geor- 
gia. She was a Senior attending 
Savannah State College, ma- 
joring in Business Manage- 
ment/Finance. She was the Ba- 
s ileus of Alpha Iota Chapter of 
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. 



"GIVE YOU UP" 

We didn't want to give you up; 
We'll miss that smile on your face. 
But comforted are we by this thought. 
In Heaven you will take your place. 

\Y e didn 't want to give you up; 
Your passing though doth make us sad. 
But still we're consoled with this thought. 
In Heaven you will be glad. 

We didn't want to give you up; 
Yet we know you've gone to rest. 
So comforted are we by this thought; 
To be in Heaven is the best. 



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GANIZATIONS 



n January 15, 1908, at Mecca of Negro Education, Howard 
University, the seed for excellence, scholarship and a devotion to 
the advancement of humankind was planted. The seed that was 
sown blossomed as Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, the first Greek 
letter organization formed for young women. The sorority was 
incorporated on January 19, 1913. Alpha Kappa Alpha has 
grown from one undergraduate chapter to international acclaim 
with over 80,000 members worldwide, such as Gladys Knight 
Coretta Scott King, and Rosa Parks. Gamma Upsilon was es- 
tablished at Savannah State College in September of 1949: The 



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pus. Displays during Freshmen orientation, study break ses- 
sions, forums, and participation in Homecoming are only a few 
activities that they sponsored. This year, the sorors donated a 
fruit basket to the Chatham Nursing Home during thanksgiv- 
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.pha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, was founded by sev- 
en young men on the predominately white campus of Cornell 
University on December 4, 1906. Being the first Greek-letter 
organization for African Americans, Alpha Phi Alpha set the 
precedence for those to come. After 83 years in existence, the 
fraternity has nurtured some of the greatest leaders in all walks 
of life. Men like Martin Luther King, Jr., Thurgood Marshall, 
Nat King Cole, Jesse Owens, and W.E.B. DuBois are only a few 
of the brothers among the 100,000 that have helped to shape 
history. Delta Eta Chapter, founded on April 24, 1945, is cele- 
brating its 40th anniversary at Savannah State College. The 
Chapter has made a strong commitment to making a positive 
contribution to the community by having tutorial workshops, 
participating in the Boys Scouts of America, heading a youth 
group for young men in high school, and visiting and caring for 
elderly in the community. Ever striving to live up to its motto, 
"First of All, Servant of All, We Shall Transcend All", Alpha 
Phi Alpha will continue to endure the test of time. 



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Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity was organized 
for the purpose of assembling college men into the fellowship 
and principles based upon the Boy Scouts of America. Its three 
cardinal principles are to develop Leadership, promote Friend- 
ship, and provide Service to Humanity. It was founded at La- 
fayette College. Easton, Pennsylvania, on December 16, 192" 
by Frank Reed Horton and Nineteen other undergraduates. A 
the years have passed, the fraternitj has worked to fulfill it 
three principles on the national, international, local, state, an 
regional levels, helpina all mankind. Alpha Phi Omega repre 
sents the beginning and the end of all things to come. 




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Westley; Mary Glenn; Lachron Cobb; Pennie Graves; Constance Bur- 
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black women envisioned and founded an organization pledged 
to serious endeavors, scholarship, and public service to mankind. 
On these principles, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, 
was founded. Striving to uphold the image of love and public 
service to mankind, the women of Delta Nu chapter have con- 
ducted programs and raised funds which have benefitted the 
community and Savannah State College. The members of Delta 
Nu chapter engage in various public service activities, including 
visits to Chatham Nursing Home, Georgia Regional Hospital, 
and the Ronald McDonald House. They also sponsor baby 
showers for unwed mothers at Florence Crittendon Home. 
Blood drives and canned food drives are traditional service pro- 
jects conducted by the ladies of Delta Nu. DST has many great 
members such as Lean Home, Leotyne Price, Nikki Giovanni, 
Roberta Flack, Shirley Chisholm, Mary McCleod Bethune, Ca- 
mille Cosby, only to name a few. Delta Sigma Theta is the 
largest national women's organization in the world. 

And God said... . 

I'll make me a woman 

A woman of essence, 

A woman of pride, 
A woman who is capable of putting (rival things aside. 

A woman of individuality 

A woman of love, 
A woman who is enfranchised with the pearls from above. 

A woman who is genuine 
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The "Men of Crimson and Cream" continue to advance their 
goals of scholarship, community service, brotherhood, and 
personal development through social activities. Originally 
chartered as Kappa Alpha Nuoti April 15, 191 1, the Frater- 
nity became Kappa Alpha Psi; Gamma Chi Chapter wase 
founded on this campus in 1950 to meet the objectives of the. ; 
fraternity of this college and community. Walter Payton, 
Chappie James, and Russell Davis are just a few of the men 
that have distinguished themselves as members of this out- 
standing Fraternity. Kappa Alpha Psi plans to continue ser- 
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Manhood, scholarship, perseverance, and uplift, these were the 

cardinal principles that helped shape "The Sons of Blood and 

Thunder." Omega Psi Phi was founded in November, 1911 at 

Howard University. After more than 75 years of its founding, the 

fraternity has pledged well over 80,000 members nationwide, such 

" se Jackson, Benjamin E. Mays, and Michael Jordan. On this 

us, the Alpha Gamma Chapter was founded to provide lead- 

:rship, to give a real meaning to life, to establish a lifelong friend- 

p between men and women, and to cooperate with the institution 

which it is a part. Various lecture series and other community 

irograms keep the men of Alpha Gamma busy. 



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On Saturday Oct. 8, 1913, A. Langston Taylor presented to Lr 
ard F. Morse the proposition of establishing a new fraternit, 
Howard University. Charles 1. Brown, another student .it the 
versity, was invited to help in the movement. These three i 
wanted to plan well for this new organization in order to insur 
long life. The permanent organization was formed on Jan. 9, 1' 
Thfs date is considered the "Founders Day" of Phi Beta Si 
Fraternity. The original three founders, Taylor. Morse, 
Brown, chose nine of their college classmates at Howard Univ. 
ty as the charter members »\' the fraternity. These twelve- 
chose the name Phi Beta Sigma for the new organization. 
fraternity has produced such great members as A. Philip I 



"Magic" Johnson, and Jerry Rice. The Gamma Zeta CI 
this campus was established in 1940. The fraternity s 
excellence in scholarship, which is addressed t' 



ness The fraternity's motto is "Culture for service an 
humanity." Phi Beta Sigma is "One Flight Above." T 
fraternity is celebrating its 75th Diamond . 



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Rodney Craig Holmes 



PHI BETA SIGMA is synonymous with greatness, there- 
fore these lines are dedicated to RODNEY CRAIG 
HOLMES of Gamma Zeta Chapter: 

"Thy scattered sons with lofty hopes and aims; 
achieving greatness which the world proclaims 
regarding life with tenderness sublime, and 
with design which knows no race or clime. 
Appeals to selfish man to serve and love God's 
handiwork created from above PHI BETA SIGMA 
stands this test of years. 
"Our Cause Speeds On Its Way" 

We Love You Craig! GOMAB 

Gamma Zeta & TAU BETA SIGMA Chapters 

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Sigma Gamma Rho 



Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was organized in 1922 on the 
campus of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana by seven 
young school instructors. Of the seven founders, four are still 
alive and active. Sigma Gamma Rho is a non-profit^ collegiate 
sorority, dedicated to the encouragement and promotion of high 
scholastic attainment, community service, sisterly love and the 
improvement of the quality of the members' lives and the society 
in which they live. The sorors of the Alpha Iota Chapter have 
implemented innovative programs, such as the canned food 
drive to assist the homeless at the Social Apostolic Food^Line, 
and participated in the March of Dimes Walkathon. The sorors, 
of Sigma Gamma Rho are committed to promoting a positive 
image and striving fur excellence. Tins year a Greek Park was 
built for the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. 





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.a Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was founded in 1920, on the cam- 
> of Howard University in Washington, D.C. as the sister 
organization to Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Five women chose 
not to embrace the tenets of established black sororities, and 
chartered this sorority to encourage the highest standards of 
scholarship through scientific, literary, cultural and educational 
programs; promote service projects on college campuses and in 
the community; foster sisterhood; and exemplify the ideal of 
Finer Womanhood. The sorority was the first to charter interna- 
tional chapters in West Africa and Germany. 



L to R: Cynthia Brayboy, Anita Vaupel. 





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Delta Sigma Pi 



Kappa Chi Chapter of The International Fraternity ol 
Sigma Pi is a professional organization whose purpose is .. 
foster the study of business. Delta Sigma Pi was organized in 
1907 at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. The Kappa Chi 
Chapter was chartered at Savannah State College with 27 
members on June4, 1983. The Chapter has initiated 131 mem- 
bers through Fall Quarter, 1988. Presently, there are 135,967 
brothers within the 219 national chapters in the USA and 
abroad. There are only two historical Black colleges having 
chapters — Howard University, Washington, DC and Savan- 
nah State College, Savannah, GA. f 







Stevens — Hi; 

Harry Scott, Tonya Turner —Miss Delta Sigma Pi, Lisa Alston, La- 
harria Mobley, Rodney Denson, Eric Ellison, and Cynthia Hall. Kneel- 
ing, L to R: Diane Brown — Vice Pres., Felicity Simmons — VPPE, 
Tracy James, Mrs. Richards — Advisor, Betty Cowan — Pres., and 
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;pirit of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. They are the few, the 
iroud, the Distinquished Gentlemen. 

standing, L to R: Oscie Jackson, Kevin Brown, Todd Dobson, 
Jorato Broughton (Mr. Delta Beau '88), Richard Johnson, Vince 
Williams, Robert Cook, and Tony Cook. 2nd Row, L to R: Lathan 
iuffman, Tony Tatum, Chris Sheffield, and Derrick Barnes, Ke- 
in Johnson. 1st Row, L to R: Tim Lowe, Vince Barber, and Thad 
"IhaDman. 



ALPHA SWEETS 

Cavaliers 

A Cavalier was the most noble of knights in medieval time. The 
Savannah State College Chapter was organized on October 16, 1987. 
The men in shinning armor are showing their knighthood by support- 
ing the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha. So smooth, so suave, so debo- 
nair, they are the Cavaliers. 

Standing, L to R: Walter Moore — Treasurer; Lamonica Bell — 
Sergeant-at-Arms; Van Johnson II; Quinton Ward; Lathat Williams 
III — Secretary; Christopher Holdip; Raymond McClellan — Vice 
President; Gerald Thomas; Stephen Williams; Berry Perkins; Tyrone 
Mitchell. Kneeling, L to R: Bryant Easterling; Gary Oliver — Presi- 
dent; Ricky Kelly — Dean of Pledges. 





Phi-Ettes assist the "Brothers of the Rising Sun" in various 
uiivities. Helping the men of Alpha Phi Omega attain their goals is 
ust a part of being a Phi-Ette. 

L to R: Stephanie Sampson — Secretary; Cathy Dabney — Treasur- 
er; and Laverne Martin — President and Miss Alpha Phi Omega. 



The "Diamond Girls" are a vital part of 
ty, Inc. These young ladies support the fraternity with social activi- 
ties and community projects. The ladies also participate in step- 
shows, parties, and other social events on campus. 

Standing, L to R: Katrina Adams — Treasurer; Tami Bigby 
Miss Crimson and Cream; Lisa Jefferson, and Shelia DeShazi 
Kneeling, L to R: April Sims — Vice President; Zabrina Robinson; 
and LaSonja Hamii 





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se lovely ladies are the auxiliary to the first black fraternity. 
>ming familiar with the brothers, establishing relationships with 
r young ladies and participating social and service programs are 

some of the reasons why young ladies want to be affiliated with the 

"Ice Cold" brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha. 

l io R: Sudonna Moss, Debbie Dennard, Stacy Sweet, Felisa Paul, 
Deneen Washington, LeAlice Morell. 



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Organizations 1 1 9 



nd sponsor activities such as forums, 
uttw-wy aivauug parties, Homecoming activities, and assem- 
blies. The SGA serves on many campus committees. SGA 
members are representatives of the student body. 




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MS IV: Allen, T. - Public Affairs Officer; Moye, K. - Supply Officer; 
Jackson, A- 2nd Squad Leader; Thomas, M. - 1st Squad Leader; 
Dixon, D. - TACNCO; Fields, K. - TACNCO; Stepherson, R. - 
TACNCO; Sanders, W. - TACNCO 

MS III: Stacy Allen, Onetha Bonaparte, Kenneth Bradshaw, Vincent 
Crowell, Joel Davis, Jeffery Dinkins, Claudette Goodman, Lorenzo 
Heggs, Westley McGriff, Lorenzo Morris, Michael Rosenthal; MS 
II: Thurman, Claiborne, Renee Hunt, Jamye Jaycox, Gene Moye, 
Gerald Thomas, Pamela Edwards, Damon Simmons, Grayrich Jones, 
Lamonica Bell. MS 1: Barry Allen, Lynet Brown, Lorraine Isham, 
Harry Scott, Charmayne Smith, Meschelle Vernedoe. Platoon Lead- 
er CDT/1LT Crawford-Hicks, D.; Platoon Sergeant CDT/SFC 
Summers, R. 



The Army ROTC Department is noted 
for producing competent, motivated, 
and bonafide second lieutenants for the 
U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and 
National Guard. Army ROTC thrives 
on professionalism. Being a part of 
Army ROTC is an excellent opportunity 
to invest in a secure future. Graduates 
from this program are commissioned 
and immediately begin their careers in 
the work world. 











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1st Platoon: Burroughs, J.; Hull, A.; Thornton, M.; 
Cann, J.; Cotton, L.; Ferris, G.; Hobbs, C; Lamp- 
kin. G.; Williams, R ; Nesmith, T.: Rowell, J.; Wat- 
kins. B .: Myrick, B.;Sims. B.. Morgan, S., Williams. 

k 2nd Platoon: Flounnory, S.: Carter. VI.; Taylor, The 

B., Caples. D . Clark. M.; Bryant. S., Ladson, V . men 

Rodriguez. L.. Creech, R.. Gantt, L., Horace, k.. the 

Young, A.: Orr, J.; Royal. J. Company Staff: T 

MIDN 1/C Gregory Owens. MIDN 1/C Antion- gra. 

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O/C Raymond Rogers. MIDN 2/C Dillard Fam- the 

bro, MIDN 1/C Joseph Burroughs. MIDN 1/C sess 

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1st Row, L to R: Cynthia Brayboy; Phyllis Hampton - Vice President; 
Mrs. Byers Advisor; 2nd Row, L to R: Cynthia Hillery; Ramon Ray - 
Vice President; Renee Rolling - Secretary; Dr. Jackson - Advisor; 3rd 
Row, L to R: George Lampkin; Sonya Snelling; Randy Lattimore - 
Treasurer; Gloria Howard; Sheree Rivers - President; William Hackett; 
Shelley Vinson; Pamela Taylor. Newtonian Society Students. 



The Newtonian Society is open to 
Mathematics and General Science 
majors. The purpose of the society is 
to promote student research in areas 
such as Mathematics, Sciences, and 
Computer Science. 



Computer Science Club 



The Computer Science Club was es- 
tablished in order for computer sci- 
ence technology majors to become 
aware of the vast opportunities in 
computer science. Our major goal is 
to keep SSC students abreast of what 
is going on in the computer industry. 
This year, the club has updated the 
Pascal compiler and has managed to 
keep the computer laboratory open 
after hours. We hope we will be able 
to establish a chapter of the Associ- 
ation of Computing Machinery 
(ACM) at Savannah State College in 
the near future. 




1st Row, L to R; Cynthia Brayboy; Renee Rolling - President; Phyllis 
Hampton - Secretary; Cynthia Hillery; Greta Blake. 2nd Row, L to R: 
Gloria Howard William Hackett, Ramon Ray; Ms. Byers; Dr. Jackson; 
Pamela Taylor; Sonya Snelling. 3rd Row, L to R: Darryl Knight, Bharat 
Patel; George Lampkin; Sheree Rivers; Shelly Vinson. 1st Row, L to R: 
Thomas Wiley; 2nd Row, L to R; Anquinette Young; Angelyn Benja- 
min; Chantal Owens. 3rd Row, L to R: Jennifer Price, Tameka Small, 
Sheryl Sanders. 



Organizations 123 




Cheerleading encompasses the ability 
to exemplify school pride and intrigue 
others to zealously participate in the 
promotion and support of their school 
or institution. It requires young ladies 
who are good-spirited and, most of 
all, proud of what they cheer about. 



ndy Fullwood, Shevuah Benlevi, Antionette 1 
Lisa Jefferson, Markeita Spaulding, Lasunja Hamilton, Dionnc 
Hoskins, and Cynthia Hillery . 



L to R: Anthony Wiggins, Te„„, 
Gross, Richard Dinkins, Baxter Ba 
ber, Rodney Denson, Trade C 
Keith Brown, Oscar Williams 
stance Burnette, James Fason, 
Simon, Delores Hicks-Crawfo 
Kenneth Flowe, Janell Westley, Tfce- 
ban Jahannes, Sandra Aker, Apri 
Walton, Cynthia Hillery, Yarlandi 
Riggins, Canveites Morgan, Eldridg< 
Wright, Sandy Fullwood, Dondn 
Wilson, and Michael Jones. 



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the traditionally black social service fraternities and sor - - . s on cam- 
pus. The members of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta 
Sigma Theta, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Gamma Rho, Kappa Alpha Psi, 
Zeta Phi Beta, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, put aside their differ- 
ences to combine and create a cohesive atmosphere of social, political 
and religious awareness for the campus and neighboring communities. 



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The Peer Counselors Association is 
comprised of upperclassmen who are 
concerned with the growth and devel- 
opment of Freshmen. They organize a 
week of activities to cultivate pride 
and to instill a family atmosphere for 
new students. The duties of the 
r Counselors culminate in the 
aret Dinner Theatre which in- 
es skits, dances, and songs to in- 
school spirit and pride. This year 
Peer Counselors sponsored an 
nateur Night" show for the 
hmen. 



Lamont Mel- 
son. Hussain Muhummed. 2nd Row: Charmayne Smith, Mia Swanson, 
Michelle Pinkston, Onetha Bonaparte. 3rd Row: Janell Westley, Eliza- 
beth Sapp. 4th Row: Sudonna Moss and Pamela Forston. 



The American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers benefits students in that it 
allows them to become familiar wi 
the professional field of Mechanii 
Engineering. ASME student me 
bers are informed of recent devel< 
ments through publications, such 
magazines and newspapers, fit 
trips, local and regional meetings, 1 
to mention guest speakers. In essen< 
ASME allows the students to apply 
their educational knowledge to the 
practical field. Once the students \ 
come professional engineers, they c 
retain their membership with ASN 
through which they reap the sai 
benefits and more. 











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L to R: Tony Hull — Treasurer; Eric Kirkland, Dr. Raut — Advisor; 
Mr. Hill, Millicent Chisholm — Secretary; Dawn Pinner — President. 
Kneeling: Quinton McNeil — Membership Chairman. 



Organizations 




Advisor, Dr. Goke — Periola, and Clinton Brantley 



Phase II was founded by Van JR 
Johnson II and activated during Fal 
1988. They are the entertainmen 
specialists of Savannah State Col 
lege. They have sponsored profession 
al talent and fashion shows, half-timi 
entertainment at basketball games, 
and other social activities. Phase II 
displays the talent of our bright cam- 
pus stars. 



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Uum, Audra Foreman, Sterling Flint, Jef 



and Keith Brown. 




The Players By The Sea functions un- 
der the Department of Fine Arts and 
is directed by Dr. Robert L. Steven- 
son. Interested students develop their 
artistic skills through productions in 
the areas of Drama, Music, and 
Dance. In addition to quarterly per- 
formances, they also compete at the 
National Association of Dramatic 
Speech and Arts conference 
(NADSA), which rotates annually to 
various campuses. 



•b Bahamia. 



Club Royal Bahamian was founded 
on October 12th, 1988 by a group of 
Savannah State College students 
from the Bahamas. These students 
wanted to share their Bahamian cul- 
ture and traditions with the entire col- 
lege family. One of the main objec- 
tives is to promote Bahamian cultural 
awareness. 




Standing, L to R: Allan Neely, Von Johnson, Joseph Smith, Gilles Deal, 
Geoffrey, Thompson, Rochielle Bevans. Kneeling, L to R: Michael 
O'Brien, Dolan Russell, Charliese Bevans, and Talmage Fowler. 



Organizations 1 27 



American Society of Civil Engineers 




designed to 
abreast of what is 
gineering. Ilsmis- 



The Aerobics Club consists o 
dents enrolled in the Aerobics i 
as well as other students who vv 
get in shape. The club meets on 
day through Thursday to wor 
The club exercises to music th 
eryone can enjoy. 



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Chemical Engineering Council 




This organization is the potential 
chapter of the American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers, which is a na- 
tional organization composed of pro- 
fessions in the field of Chemical Engi- 
neering. The Savannah State organi- 
zation was founded by Daren Danzy 
under the supervision of Mr. Fred 
Moser. With determination and in- 
dustrious attitudes from each mem- 
ber, this "Petition Council" will be 
successfully chartered in January, 
1991. 



Standing, L to R: Daren Danzy — President; Wayne Grimes; Trace 
Anderson; Vicky McDonald; Robyn Johnson; and George Brown. 



Concert Choir 



The Concert Choir is an extremely 
captivating musical ensemble. Per- 
forming works encompassing the en- 
tire music spectrum — from the tra- 
ditional European periods through 
authentic Negro Spirituals, Broad- 
way musicals and contemporary gos- 
pels, the Concert Choir has earned a 
reputation of delivering a "complete" 
musical program. The Concert Choir 
has performed extensively through- 
out the Northern Seaboard and 
Southeastern United States. 




1st Row, L to R: Mr. Randy Duncan — Assistant Director; William 
Hackett; Barthonia Pinckney; Ava Phoenix; Candice Neal; Kimberly 
McCormick; Tonya Walton — Business Manager; Walter Burton — 
Dean of Men; Keith Brown — President; Natalie Brannon; Adriunne 
Mcintosh, Gwendolyn Scott; and Ms. Leila Crawford — Accompa- 
nist. 2nd Row, L to R: Tara Maines; Dorian Nwankwo; Evangel 
Davis; Nicole Hughes; Sheila DeShazior; Oscar Williams; Ricky Kel- 
ly; Corenthus McAver — Reporter; Venesa Foster; Joy Jones; Crystal 
Robinson; and Lorna Linen. 3rd Row, L to R: Regina Sims; Angie 
Dula; Sophia Selders; Lathat Williams; Bobby Harden; Jeffrey Jau- 
don; Debra Miller; Tonya Walker; Janet Jackson; Alyceia Freeman; 
and Karen Blalock — Dean of Women. 4th Row, L to R: Juel Dill, 
Alicia Brown, Jernell Ferguson, James Scott — Treasurer and Cha- 
plin; Brent Fitzgerald; Derek Cooper; Jeremy Irwin; Wilbert Rober- 
son; Amos Thomas; Brian James; George Jones; Victor Watson; and 
Patricia Morris — Vice President. _ 



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riminai Justice 




Honesty, Integrity, and Professional- 
ism are the principles which this club 
stands by. The overall objective of the 
CJC is to enlighten its members with 
all facets of the jurisprudential sys- 



lst Row, L to R: Charlotte Rollins, Michael Wright, Calandra Dallas. 
2nd Row, L to R: Kimberly Crawford, Napolean Clinton, Tracie Carter, 
Cedric Phillips. 3rd Row, L to R: Lorenzo Heggs, Wesley McGriff. 



International Students Association 



The International Students Associ- 
ation is under the direction of Ms. 
Karen Penick, The Coordinator of 
Programs and Services, and is com- 
posed of nearly one hundred students 
from over twenty-two countries all 
over the world. The purpose of the 
organization is to provide and foster 
opportunity for cultural exchange 
among its members. Each year The 
ISA sponsors its annual International 
Spring Festival, which includes the 
International Fashion Show of Na- 
tional Dress and the International 
Food Festival. 




L to R: Anwar Hassuneh, Bashar Al-Masry, Amjad Silawi, Taiseer Abu 
Saif, Nafis Sammour, Ahmad Silawi. 




Baptist Student Union proposes to 
lead students to a commitment to Je- 
sus Christ as Savior and Lord. It in- 
volves them in responsible church 
membership and participation in the 
life of the denomination. BSU pro- 
vides activities on campus for wor- 
ship, discussion, Bible study, social 
life, witness, and ministry. 



Front Row, L to R: Doris Roberts, Andrea Parker, Cassandra Zellars. 
Back Row, L to R: Allen Neely, Lynet Brown, Nelson Harris, Tonya 
Hart, Belinda Myrick, Dr. Williams - Advisor. 




WHCJ 88.5 FM 



WHCJ is a public radio station. 
WHCJ places education at the top of 
its priority list. It offers well-rounded 
programs from Jazz and Reggae to 
Gospel music. WHCJ presents "TI- 
GER BEAT" from 12 noon to 2 p.m. 
every Tuesday. All programs deal 
■ with the most pressing issues to today 
such as crime, drug abuse, homeless, 
and teen pregnancy. 




June Powell, Not Pictured: Ms. Gordon - Station Manager. 



Organizations 131 



SSC "Ora. 



rusk Band 



Under the direction of Mr. Freddie Holt, the SSC Marching Tigers are back in 
stride. Although they are young and building, the band program has the 
potential to be ranked with some of the best like FAMU, Southern University, 
and ^Howard University; Just imagine a football game without a marching 
band or a basketball game without a pep band. The Marching Tigers is a high 
; stepping band ready to make a name for itself once again with its Dance Line, 
Flag Corps, and Drum Section. Being a part of the Orange Crush is an honor 
that only few can claim. Putting on the half time show may look easy, but 
members must work hard to be a part of the Marching Tigers. With the help of 
the students, faculty, and staff, the Marching Tigers will be back on the map. 










The Morehouse College Band "takes 
notes" as the Orange Crush dazzles 
the crowd during the Homecoming 
halftime show. 



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Organizations 133 



Yearbook 



For many students, the first floor of the King-Frazier Complex was a place to hangout, play cards, meet friends, and eat 
lunch However, a handful of dedicated students bypassed these types of activities each day to go to work in a small 
room on the second floor of the building — the Tiger Yearbook room. Staff members could usually be found doing the 
seemingly endless tasks necessary to complete the book. Long nights and weekends were spent in the room meeting 
deadlines as the most serious socializers became workaholics. Random shouts of everything from "Does anyone know 
the girl's name in the picture?" to "Where are my organization pictures?!" to "Who wants to type some copy?" echoed 
throughout the room. Although photographers, section editors, and typists .seemed to come and go, a lew staff members 
"hung in there" and helped to produce a book which would make themselves as well as the (...liege proud. 




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liter. Events 



988-89 TIGER 



,ijng 
-Chief 



Kenneth Collins 
Photographer 

Daren Danzy 
Photographer 



Roderick Ellis 

Administration 

Faculty & 

Staff Editor 



Cynthia Hall 

Senior Class 

Editor 



134 Organizations 



Tracey Hatcher 

Organizations 

Editor 



Gloria Howard 
Photographer 



Ms. Joan Green 
Advisor 



YEARBOOK STAFF 



Walter Moore 

Assistant to the Editor 

Sports 



Herb Lance 
Photographer 



Dawn Pinner 
Sports Editor 
Photographer 



Katrina Robinson Tracey Skipwith 

Junior Class Editor Freshmen Class Editor 

Typist 



Sandra Williams 
Sophomore Class 

Editor 

Typist 



Andrea Warren 

Homecoming Editor 

Organizations 



Major Eddie Bickham 
Advisor 



Larry Jackson 
Photographer 



Sabrina Jones 
Student Life Editor 



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TV THE EYE OF... 










. . . SPORTS 




TIGER FOOTBALL 




Vol. XLI 



Fall 1988 



TIGER TRACKS 



As SSC students savored their last few weeks of summer vacation, the football team was busy getting ready for another season. 
Despite losing several key players, the team had hopes of another winning season. The opening contest with Fayetteville State 
University was close, but SSC prevailed with a 9-6 victory. During the first away game, the Tigers broke an eight-game losing 
jinx against Tuskegee University, with a come from behind 31-21 victory. Tuskegee was the preseason favorite to win the 
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship. SSC's Tigers could not find a victory during its next 3 games. They 
suffered loses to Alabama A & M University (10-14), Wofford College (23-24), and Morris Brown College (7-18). After 
making some changes in both the offensive and defensive lineups, the Tigers' hard work began to pay off. Coach Davis and his 
staff led SSC to victory with a 30-6 annihilation of Johnson C. Smith University. Next, Savannah State spoiled Clark College's 
Homecoming festivities by whipping the Panthers 58-14. Highlighting SSC's 98th Anniversary Celebration, the Tigers 
exploded past Morehouse College, 70-13. It was the most points scored by a Tiger football team since 1980, when SSC defeated 
Fisk, 77-0. The win over Morehouse was the 3rd in a row, which improved SSC's record to 5-3. After taking a week off, the Ti- 
gers came back to maul the Wildcats of Ft. Valley State College 41-14. SSC had a commanding 33-0 halftime lead. In its final 
outing, with nothing to lose and everything to gain, the Tigers defeated Albany State College 28-22, and knocked the Golden 
Rams out of a possible post-season playoff birth for the 2nd time in the 3rd quarter. It was the 5th win in a row for SSC, and end- 
ed the season 8-2, thanks to a forfeit by Morris Brown earlier in the season. The 8-2 record was the best in the school's history. 
Most of the players will return next year, and they are hoping for bigger and better things: Bryant Swinson was one of the leading 
blockers for the Tigers, which allowed Richard Basil to complete 55.7% of his passes for 1 ,497 yards and 15 touchdowns. Most of 
the catches were made by All America Shannon Sharpe, who hauled in 57 receptions for 1 ,03 1 yards and 1 2 touchdowns. Edwin 
Ford led the ground attack by grinding out 383 yards and 2 TD's. Defensively, Damon Johnson had 109 tackles and 9 QB sacks, 
but Darryl McCormick and Norman McGeathy were right behind him with 98 89 tackles respectively. Eric Brown had 7 
interceptions and broke up another 24 pass attempts to lead the team in both categories. Several of the Tigers were honored for 
their outstanding performances during the season by the SIAC. They were: wide receiver Shannon Sharpe (SIAC MVP), 
quarterback Richard Basil (Best Offense), punt returner Willie Deloach (Punt Returns), cornerback Eric Brown, defensive 
tackle Damon Johnson and offensive guard Bryant Swinson. Coach Bill Davis was named SIAC Coach of the Year for the 2nd 
time in 3 years. Some National Football League scouts consider Eric Brown to be a possible pro prospect in this year's upcoming 
football draft. 



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Bernard Mack 
Dwayne Ruff 


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165 


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Orangeburg. SC 
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Rodney Miles 


DU 


6'1" 


235 


3 


Slarksville. MS 


138 


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42 


Lennis Glover 


RB 


5'ir 


200 


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St. Matthews. SC 












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Henry Wcstberry 


DB 


6'l" 


185 


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Jacksonville. FL 


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NAME 


POS 


HT 


WT CLASS HOMETOWN 


47 


Dion Jennings 


DB 


60" 


180 


2 


USVI 


1 


Marcus Staton 


WR 


5'9" 


165 1 Charlotte, NC 


50 


Norman McGeathy 


LB 


6'1" 


230 


2 


Jacksonville. FL 


2 


Shannon Sharpe 


WR 


6\r 


215 3 Glennville. CA 


54 


Roger Rcid 


LB 


6V 


230 


3 


Greenville, MS 


3 


Earl Bryanl 


WR 


6'2" 


205 3 Savannah. GA 


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Eugene Brantley 


LB 


6'l" 


220 


2 


Estill. SC 


4 


Patrick Dean 


DB 


5'H" 


1 80 1 Savannah, GA 


57 


Steve Gerndo 


OG 


61" 


250 


3 


Rincon. GA 


6 


Randy Pius 


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6'0" 


200 2 Charlotte, NC 


60 


Allen Williams 


OG 


6'3" 


270 


3 


Demopolis. AL 


7 


Willie Deloach 


WR 


5'10" 


180 1 Savanah. NC 


61 


Ronald Nolan 


OC 


6'0" 


250 


3 


Clarksdale. MS 


8 


Eric Allen 


DB 


5'ir 


185 1 Knoxville. TN 


62 


Darryl McCormick 


LB 


6'2" 


240 


3 


Madison. IL 


10 


Johncy Jeffery 


PB 


6'3" 


210 2 Caycc. SC 


63 


Roderick Johnson 


LB 


61" 


210 


2 


Atlanta. GA 


11 


Frederick Hawkins 


RB 


5' 11" 


205 2 Columbia, SC 


64 


Bryant Swinson 


OT 


6'3" 


240 


2 


Spartanburg. SC 


12 


Louis Brown 


QB 


5" 11" 


175 3 Columbia.SC 


66 


Rodney Lovett 


OC 


6V 


275 


1 


Sylvania, GA 


13 


Theron Singleton 


RB 


6'l" 


200 1 Columbia, SC 


70 


Bernard Green 


OG 


6'2" 


240 


3 


Newark, N.I 


14 


Kenneth Hammond 


OB 


o'l" 


ISO 4 Belle Glade, FA 


71 


John Thomas 


OT 


61" 


250 


2 


St. Thomas. USVI 


15 


Richard Basil 


QB 


5V 


200 3 Demopolis. AL 


72 


Paul Heard 


NG 


63" 


270 


3 


Helltn. AL 


16 


Wesley McCriff 


DB 


S'll" 


200 3 Tifton. GA 


74 


David Lake 


OT 


o'S" 


290 


2 


St. Thomas. USVI 


17 


Dwayne Nash 


DB 


6 1" 


190 1 Watcrlook IO 


76 


Jonathan Scurlocfc 


OT 


6'0" 


2S0 


2 : 


Memphis. TN 


IS 


Mike Wallace 


DB 


510- 


175 3 Clyo, GA 


77 


Keith Johnson 


OT 


6'6" 


275 


1 


Orlando. FL 


19 


Wesley Benyard 


RB 


5' II" 


195 3 Savannah, GA 


80 


Antonio Johnson 


WR 


60" 


185 


3 


Estill. SC 


20 


James Clerk 


DB 


5' 10" 


175 1 College Park, GA 


81 


David Graham 


TE 


6'3" 


215 


1 


Adel. GA 


21 


Damon Simmons 


DB 


5' 10" 


165 3 Savannah, GA 


82 


Kenneth Brown 


TE 


6'3" 


225 


7 


Savannah. GA 


22 


Corey Ladson 


RB 


6'2" 


200 1 Savannah.GA 


86 


Antonio Lee 


WR 


6'0" 


ISO 


3 


Orangeburg. SC 


23 


Anthony Carter 


RB 


yc," 


160 1 Scrcvenm. GA 


01 


Eugene Johnson 


LB 


6\1" 


245 


3 


Memphis. TN 


26 


Tony Simmons 


RB 


5*9" 


ISO 2 Atlanta, G A 


93 


Damon Johnson 


DT 


6'6" 


275 


3 


Atlanta. GA 


28 


Eric Brown 


DB 


5' 11" 


ISO 4 Savannah.GA 


97 


Daren Danzy 


LB 


6'3" 


230 


1 


Sandersville. GA 


30 


Edwin Ford 


RB 


5' 10" 


230 3 Savannah. GA 


99 


Kenneth Pyalt 


NG 


5*1 1" 


260 


2 


Myrtle Beach. SC 




TIGER FOOTBALL 




Vol. XLI 



Fall 1988 




William "Bill" Davis 
Head Coach 




Coach McNeil 



COACHES & ASSISTANTS 

FOOTBALL RECORD 
SSC 

Fayetteville State 9 

Tuskegee Univ. 31 

Alabama A&M Univ. 10 

* Morris Brown 7 
Johnson C. Smith 30 
Clark (GA) College 54 
Morehouse College 70 
Fort Valley State 41 
Albany (GA) State 28 

* Indicates Forfeit of conference games 

■ 



OPP 

6 

21 
24 
18 
6 
18 
13 
14 
22 




Coach Crosby 



Darryl McCormick and Train- 
er Anita Vaupel 







Defensive Coach Mason receives a plaque of 
appreciation. 



Coaches, Rap Session Trainer Ken "Dirty Red" and the 

McWhorter "Doc" 



Athletics 139 



TIGER FOOTBALL 




Vol. XLI 



Fall 1988 



TIGERS IN ACTION 




1 The Johnson and Johnson 
Connection on the tackle. 

2 #57 Steve Gerrido caught under the 
pile. 

3 #19 Wesley Benyard looks for more 
yardage. 

4 Meeting of SSC & Morehouse team 
captains 

5 #26 Simmons runs 75 yards 
untouched by ASC defense. 

6 Willie Deloach stretches after half- 
time. 

7 #50 Norman McGeathy on the 
tackle. 

8 #2 Shannon Sharpe indicates SSC is 
No. 1. 

9 TIGER DEFENSE coming off the 
field. 

10 #9 Eugene Johnson has his eyes on 
ABC Quarterback. 

140 Athletics 



Savannah St. Draws the Line 



When most fans think of Savannah Stale football. 
quarterback Richard Basil and wide receiver Shan- 
non Sharpe come to mind 

But the pair say ihey aren't the ones under the 
gun this week against Savannah Slate 

Instead they point to the offensive line 

Saturday, the Tigers will travel lo Albany for a 1 
p.m. game against the Golden Rams 

Albany Stale has the lop defense in the Southern 
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, giving up 1 67 
points and 2103 yards per game Hie Golden Rams 
rank second in the country in scoring defense 

Meanwhile, the Tigers have the best offense in 
the conference The Tigers are averaging 352.9 yards 
perjame. while scoring 30 6 points 

Trie key is the Albany Slate defensive front, pul- 
ling pressure on the opponents backfield 

■They have the No I defense, so their line is do- 
ing a tremendous job,'' Basil said 'We have the No 
1 offense, so our line is doing a great job. We know 
they're going to try to do a lot of blitzing But our 
line has been doing such a great job that it's going to 
be hard for them to get lo me. 

•Our line has to have been doing something or 
else our running backs wouldn't be gaining ail the 
yards and I wouldn't have been able to pass Our 
linemen are not only good, but they can think They 
■ Albany State! can't afford to send fewer than four 
because of our une 

Before the season. Basil was an unknown Now. it 
appears Basil may have been the missing ingredient 
i the SSC offense 



Basil, a junior college transfer, is one of the top 
quarterbacks in the NCAA Division U rankings Be- 
fore last week s game, he was ranked 12th For the 
season, he s completed [OS of 1BI passes for 1,394 
yards He a only thrown four interceptions on the 
season. 

On the other hand. Sharpe was known Last year. 
he caught 60 passes for 1.07) yards and 10 touch- 
downs. He entered the season a marked man. 

Yet. bis stals are remarkably similar to last sea 
son. In nine games, he's caught SI passes for 8P 
yards and II touchdowns 

Sharpe credits his success to the offensive line. 

'Last year. I snuck up on people No one was ex- 
pecting that. ' Sharpe said "This vear everyone 
knew I was double and triple teamed 1 was begin- 
ning to doubt if ( would get 1.000 yards. But I told the 
offensive line it didn't as long as we won. Several of 
them me. Do you want 1,000?' I said yes. They said, 
We'll get it for vou ' Now. I only need m yards for 
1.000 

But it's like I said yesterday I'd rather tike ■ 
victory " 

Before the season started, the quarterback spot 
was up for grabs. Many, including Sharpe. trough! 
Johney Jeffrey would be the starter. Instead, Bull 
won the role 

Sharpe said he could tell right off BasU m tat 
quarterback 

Coach had told me he could throw the bail," 
Sharpe said "I didn't know anything about tum 
since he was from a JUCO. But I knew he waa a 
leader He did everything right- He is our kader. H* 
takes charge in the huddle ; nobody talks. He makes 
ua go. he and the offensive line. " 



1 1 #22 Corey Ladson cuts back for 
yardage as #30 prepares to block. 

12 Richard Basil scramble for yardage 
against ASC. 




TIGER FOOTBALL 




VOL. XLI 



D Fall 1988 



TIGERS IN ACTION 

SSC's Brown - Sharpe 
To Be Featured 



Savannah State College 
Football ptsytrs Enc Brown 
and Shannon Sharpe are 
scheduled to b« featured in 
the IMS National Collegiate 
Athjoties Aaaociation 
(NCAA) College Football 
PreaaKJt 

Brown led SSC 

o 1987 with 7. 
He returned the mtercep- 
tjooa for a total of 111 yard* 
and 1 touchdown. His 1987 
production earned him lsi 
All-Southern Inter 
collegiate Athlettca Con- 
ference honors. 



Sharpe rewrote the 
Savannah State receiving 
records last season. He 
caught a total of 60 aerials 
for 1078 yarda and 10 
touchdowns. He had 7 con- 
secutive game* in which he 
scored at least one 11) 
touchdown and. he had cat- 
ches for over 100 yards in 5 
wnaeenthnj games. 



SSC Explodes Past 
Morehouse 70-13 

Highlighting SSC's 98* Anniver- 
sary Celebration, the roaring Tigers 
exploded past Morehouse in the An- 
nual Homecoming Football game 
70-13. 








Tigers Become Uncrowned SIAC Champions 



By BRIAN LOVE 



ALBANY It had the appearance of locker 

an of the World Series winners 

ftere was yelling, dancing, singing, and, yes, 
champagne spraying And II was deserved 

In (he record book, il won't say Savannah 
Suit wor ant championship on Nov 12, 1968 

*tt kj their hearts the player? and coaches 
' aslv did By beating Albany Stale 38-22 
■ Hugh Mills Stadium, the Tigers can call 
themselves the uncrowned Southern Intercolle- 
giate Athletic Conference Champion 

Albany State, which dropped lo 8-2 and 6-1 in 
the SIAC. came into the game with the confer- 
ence title The Golden Rams defeated Morns 
Brown last week 

SSC, which closed its season also at 8-2 and 
(-1, could not win the title no matter what the re- 
tulL The SIAC ruled at the start of the season 
thai schools on NCAA restriction or probation 
would not be eligible for conference titles SSC's 



BthJeftc program Wat placed an rwirtctjon when 
the school did not meet NCAA Division II re- 
quirements by not Deldlng a women's tennis 
i team 

So the victory was sweet for SSC coach Bill 
Davis. 

"When we started In August we knew we 
couldn't be the conference cnampions.'' Davis 
said "But If you beat the champ, you are the 
champ And we beat them on their own field " 

And they did It In impressive fashion, using a 
balanced attack The Tigers gained 170 yards on 
the ground and 171 passing. Albany Stale gained 
20! yards rushing and 138 passing 

"1 don't know where to start pinning the lau- 
rels," Davis said "There's so many Coaches 
don't win games. Players do We knew comingin 
here we had to stop their running game We 
knew their passing wouldn't hurt us." 

Willie Conway was the main concern of the 
Tigers The freshman back gained 133 yards and 
scored three touchdowns on I! carries But for 
most of the game, he was bottled up by the Ti- 



gers 

But the main with the pressure on him was 
center Allen Williams Playing with a bad knee 
and a hurt foot. Williams bed to block nose guard 
Wklbert Cooper, who, the coaches wild Is the key 
to the Golden Ram defense 

Williams had little problem. 

"I had to take him on myself." Williams said 
"He whipped me a couple of times early. But 
coach told me to auck It up 

"The offensive line deserves a lot of credit 
We had some downfalls in the game, but we were 
able to move It" 

And the Tigers moved It with they needed it 
SSC scored In all four quarters of the game 

SSC's first touchdown was a 3-yard sprint to 
the right corner of the end ■» by Corey Ladson, 
capping an sVvard 12-play drive with 5 37 left In 
the first period. 

Albany State tied the game at 7-7 with M SI c 
left in the half on a 33-yarrJnin by Conway 




1 #11 Freddie Hawkins fights for yardage. 

2 #28 Eric Brown puts his opponent in check. 

3 Getting ready to "turn this show out". 

4 #15 Richard Basil cuts back for yardage 
against a tough Albany State defense. 

5 Corey Ladson goes for yardage downfield. 

6 Randy pitts attempts an extra point. 

7 #55 Eugene Brantley looks for blocking 
after making an interception. 

8 #28 Eric Brown and #16 Wesley McGriff: 
2/3's of the "Black Death" defense. 

9 Richard and Rodney are chillin' on the 
sidelines. 

10 #26 Tony Simmons scampers for a 74-yard 
touchdown against Albany State. 

1 1 #10 Johney Jeffrey prepares to unlease a 
bomb on the Morehouse secondary. 

1 2 #2 Shannon Sharpe shows his reaction after 
scoring another TD. 




Tigers' 
Mason 

Retires 



Hi § 



1 



SSC S Jot! 

Mason 



Athletics 141 




CROSS COUNTRY / VOLLEYBALL 




VOL. XLI 



Fall 1988 



THE SUPER STRIDERS 




Kneeling, L to R: Caroline Jackson. Dana Ward. Standing, L to R: Michelle 
Chambers, Janet Jackson, Dawn Pinner, Tasha Whitfield, Arlene Chalwell, 
Coach Bob Eskew. 



History was made when these 7 women 
came together to compose Savannah 
State College's 1st women's cross coun- 
try team. They endured, and even 
though the season was relatively short, it 
was successful. The women did not falter 
when they met with long miles and steep 
hills. 




The cross country team was recognized 
during the SSC vs Ft. Valley football 
game. 



THE DYNAMIC SPIKERS 

VOLLEYBALL ROSTER 



Name 



Class 



Hometown 



Brown, Jane 1 

Chester, Lavette 1 

Gaskins, Pat 3 

Harris, Trina 2 

Holsey, Sherry 4 

Johnson, Robyn 1 

McClendon, Tunja 4 

McGill, Lazenza 1 

Rutland, Shanta 3 

Standifer, Michelle 2 

Scott, Donna 1 

* Head Vollev ball Coach, Otis Brock 



Ft. Stewart, GA 
Greensboro, GA 
Jacksonville, FL 
Atlanta, GA 
Millegeville, GA 
Decator, GA 
Bainbridge, GA 
Manchester, GA 
Rochester, NY 
Monticello, GA 
Millen, GA 



142 Athletics 




LADY TIGERS BASKETBALL 




VOL. XLI 



Winter 1989 



THE OPTIMISTIC LADY TIGERS 




LADY TIGERS BASKETBALL ROSTER 



Brown, Jane Anne 


1 


21 


Forward 


6'2" 


Ft. Stewart, GA 


Brown, Shawnette 


2 


12 


Guard 


5*5 54" 


Atlanta, GA 


Carter, Tracie 


4 


11 


Forward 


57" 


Ty Ty, GA 


Chester, Lavette 


1 


22 


Forward-Guard 


5'6" 


Greensboro, GA 


Gaskins, Patricia 


3 


15 


Guard 


5*5" 


Jacksonville, FL 


Lattimore, Dewana 


1 


4 


Guard 


5'5" 


Dublin, GA 


Mills, Jacqueline 


1 


20 


Guard 


5*2" 


Jacksonville, FL 


Rutland, Shanta 


3 


14 


Guard 


5'3" 


Rochester, NY 


Sanders, Mabel 


1 


40 


Center 


6'2" 


Augusta, GA 


Scott, Donna 


2 


30 


Forward-Center 


6'1" 


Decatur, GA 


Standifer, Michelle 


2 


5 


Guard 


5'4" 


Monticello, GA 



* Head Basketball Coach, Otis Brock 



Athletics 143 




LADY TIGERS BASKETBALL 




VOL. XLI 



Winter 1989 



LADY TIGERS 






WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

Ella Fisher Tournament 
FAMU Women's Classic 
Armstrong State College 
Converse College 
Clark College 
Morris Brown College 
Albany State College 
Paine College 
Tuskegee University 
Armstrong State College 
Ft. Valley State College 
Edward Waters College 
Paine College 
Ft. Valley State College 
Armstrong State College 
Morris Brown College 
Florida Memorial College 
Alabama A & M Colege 
Armstrong State College 
Albany State College 




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)] 11 85 







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LADY TIGERS BASKETBALL 




VOL. XLI 



Winter 1989 



LADY TIGERS IN ACTION 



\ oung Team * acing 
SSC's Women's Coach 



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1 #22 Lavette Chester shoots despite a 
good FVSC defense. 

2 #30 Donna Scott goes after the loose 
ball against Ft. Valley. 

3 #20 Jackie Mills gets fired up. 

4 #15 Patricia Gaskins prepares for a 
crucial free throw. 

5 Pat, Tracie, and Donna await for the 
next play to begin. 

6 #1 1 Tracie Carter fires a jumper from 
the corner. 

7 Jackie and Tracie head down court to 
play defense. 

8 #5 Michelle Standifer shoots the tech- 
nical shot. 

9 Michelle gets ready to pass the ball to 
#11 Tracie Carter. 



Athletics 145 




MEN'S BASKETBALL 




VOL. XLI 



Winter 1989 



THE SHOOTING STARS 




MEN'S BASKETBALL ROSTER 



11 


Tracey Hill 


3 


Point Guard 


6'0" 


160 


Athens, GA 


10 


Fred Lovett 


1 


Wing 


6'6" 


170 


Little Rock, AR 


12 


Anthony Roper 


4 


Wing 


6'0" 


175 


Savannah, GA 


25 


Sean Boston 


2 


Wing 


6'4" 


175 


Chicago, IL 


33 


Steve Kelly 


3 


Wing 


6'4" 


175 


Savannah, GA 


35 


Kevin Williams 


3 


Wing 


6'1" 


170 


Little Rock, AR 


41 


Keith Fields 


4 


Wing 


67" 


200 


Beaufort, SC 


42 


Scott Reid 


3 


Forward 


6'6" 


190 


College Park 


44 


Sam Miller 


3 


Forward-Center 


6'7" 


205 


South Fulton, 

TN 


45 


Jerry Royal 


1 


Wing 


6'5" 


185 


Washington 
D.C. 


32 


Dion Dixon 


4 


Forward 


6'5" 


185 


Savannah, GA 


13 


Kenny Reese 


3 


Forward 


6'4" 


190 


Columbia, GA 


30 


John Pickering 


1 


Forward 


6'5" 


190 


St. Thomas, 
USVI 


1 46 Athletics 






* Head Basketball Coach, 


Bob Eskew 








MEN'S BASKETBALL 




VOL. XLI 



WINTER 1989 



BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 



TIGERS IN ACTION 



Tigers 

Trounce 

Cougars 



Columbus College 

Troy State University 

Brewton Parker College 

Claflin College 

The Citadel 

FAMU Classic 

Florida Southern College 

Valdosta State Tournament 

Clark College 

Morris Brown College 

Clark College 

Albany State College 

Paine College 

Tuskegee University 

Ft. Valley State College 

Columbus College 

Paine College 

Ft. Valley State College 

Brewton Parker College 

Morris Brown College 

Alabama A & M University 

Morehouse College 

Albany State College 




1 #33 Steve Kelly fires up one of his usual 3- 
point attempts. 

2 #44 Sam Miller goes up "on the smooth tip". 

3 #12 Anthony Roper drives as #35 Kevin Wil- 
liams seta a pick. 

4 #41 Keith Fields concentrates on about the 
next play. 

5 Keith guards a Columbus opponent. 

6 The team gathers for another crucial timeout. 

7 Huddling up against MBC. 

8 Preparing for a tip off. 

9 #42 Scott Reid says, "Get that outta here". 

10 #5 Tracey Hill pulls up for the jumper. 

1 1 Scott goes for 2 against FVSC. 



Athletics 147 




MEN'S BASKETBALL 




VOL. XLI 



WINTER 1989 



TIGERS IN ACTION 




148 Athletics 



I #44 Sam Miller crashes the boards against Co- 
lumbus College. 
Come down ball . . . please!. 
#12 Anthony Roper lets one hang against Morris 
Brown. 

#42 Scott Reid powers inside against Morris 
Brown. 

5 Kevin Williams tries to imbound the ball. 

6 #35 Kevin Williams shoots with grace against Co- 
lumbus College. 

7 #11 Tracey Hill looks to penetrate. 

8 #33 Steve Kelly tries to set up the offense. 

9 Keith, Brown, and Deon line up for the free throw. 

1 Sam goes up for the rebound with a host of Mor- 
ris Brown players. 

I I Anthony Roper attempts a foul shot. 

1 2 Coach Eskew views the action on the floor. 

13 #44 Sam Williams posts up against Columbus 
College. 




SOCCER / TRACK 




VOL. XLI 



Fall 1988/Winter 1989 



JUST FOR KICKS 




1 The opponents 
watch from the side 
line. 

2 The International 
Soccer Team gath- 
ers around for some 
game strategies. 

3 SSC goes for a goal- 



OLYMPIC BOUND 




1 Bernard Mack rounds the corner. 

2 Markus Staton cruises to victory. 

3 Chillin' at the Tennessee All-Comers Track 
Meet. 

4 Bernard tries to run down his opponents. 

5 SSC TIGERS get ready for next event. 



kJk& 



WOMEN'S TRACK 
ROSTER 

Brown, Carolyn 
Brown, Shawnette 
Chalwell, Michelle 
Evens, Stacy 
Freeman, Alyceia 
Jackson, Caroline 
Jackson, Janet 
Mosley, Karen 
Snelling, Sonya 
Whitfield, Tasha 
Young, Theresa 

MEN'S TRACK 
ROSTER 

Brown, Eric 
Cooper, Clifford 
Clerk, James 
Johnson, Eddie 
Johnson, Kelvin 
Ladson, Corey 
Lance, Herb 
Lovett, Rodney- 
Herbert, Mack 
Nash, Duane 
McGhee, Vince 
Rogers, Ronald 
Simmons, Tony 
Stanton, Marcus 
Simth, Gerald 
Williams, Allen 
Wooten, Larry 



Athletics 149 




BASEBALL / TENNIS 




VOL. XLI 



Spring 1989 



BAT SMACKING TIGERS 



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1 #3 Van Williams awaits the pitch. 

2 Anthony Wiggins helps call the signals at 1st base. 

3 Coach Myles hides behind the screen. 

4 Kevin Drayton tries to steal a base. 

5 #22 Randy Pitts is up to bat. 

6 Kevin Drayton prepares to deliver another strike. 

7 #11 Baxter Barber concentrates on the pitcher. 

THE RACKET SWINGING TIGERETTES 



Women's Tennis Team 
Features Dike. Amina 



BASEBALL ROSTER 







trr <o>lfi By a 


praclice. 




■With lennc vot. need 1" 


Savannah Stair will finally 


prjritcr all yeaj round ru kerp 


hiivr ■ Women"* Tennis Team 


in ihape Mi Antln.i uid 


ihls ipnng. which mean* SSC 


The r»o have been ploylnl 




rrnm* tof quite .1 while now 


NCAA guideline for ihe number 




of ramj and women s Kirm 




required for rhe school. 


pracfler two huun every dav nn 


Last sprint! SSC m pur nn 




probation by Ihe NCAA /of nol 


Tlie iwt. co-eds aa* th-v Irh 


having ihe required numhn of 


NtRe/u to come to SSC in hnpes 




ot eaminji a dearer and mw 


»»_» lupposed lo be lout 


day p!av Ing profrMlorLji tennis 


This spring, however SSC 


America ha» mote oppw 




iiinltrei lor the profrT»iin,tl» 


[wo co-eds from Ntacru 




Bolil Mary an Amina and 


plained 




The> enjoy *jti:hlnj{ pro 




lenna Ms Aminj npcrultr 


tennis >cholanihlps 


likes Martina Ncmttlovs while 


Ms Amlna and Ms Dike hav 


Ms Dikri UMinte is Chris 


brrn to America Tor Ivjq mon 


Everrii Uoyd 






ing Ihelr stay » far 


pinjj pong, track swimming 


When »t flni came here 


and volleyball 


everyone waa io InendJy iu ui, " 


Staling her prediction fur ihr 


Ml Amlna sild. 


upcoming icnnu. seaaon Ms 




Amlna said. "By Ihe gcjcr ol 




Cod. we hope lobtts good as 






Krith Byrd It o senior miyorlfuj 


We promise In do our ocm 


In Mass Co/nmurucarion 


for ihe school " Ms Dike Mild 




Above: Maryann 

Amina. 

Below: Roselie D[ke._ 

'II1URI 



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150 Athletics 



>f 



Name 


Class 


Position 


Hometown 


Barber. Baxter 


4 


Outfield 


Columbus, GA 


Champion, Bernard 


1 


2nd Base 


College Park, 
GA 


Cooper, Daren 


1 


Outfield/2nd 






Base 


Garden City, 
GA 


Day, Ronald 


4 


Shortstop 


Mt. Vernon, 
GA 


Drayton, Kevin 


3 


Pitcher/lst 








Base 


Georgetown, 
SC 


Gantt. Lagarrick 


1 


Shortstop 


Atlanta, GA 


Judge, Stefan 


3 


Catcher/ 1st 








Base 


Pamplico, SC 


Lowe, T.M. 


1 


2nd Base/ 








Pitcher 


Columbus, GA 


Mehlorn, Tim 


1 


3rd Base/ 








Pitcher 


Savannah, GA 


Perry, John 


2 


Outfield/ 








Pitcher 


St. Thomas, 
USVI 


Pitts, Randy 


3 


Catcher 


Carroll, OH 


Smith, Curtis 


1 


Pitcher 


Atlanta, GA 


Styles, Fred 


1 


2nd Base 


Hazlehurst, GA 


Walker, David 


2 


Outfield 


Washington, 
DC 


Wiggins, Anthony 


3 


3rd Base 


Savannah. GA 


Williams, Van 


2 


Outfield 


Savannah, GA 



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IN REMEMBRANCE OF 

Mrs. Rosalie Lolitha P. Harris 
1948-1989 



Mrs. Harris was assistant professor 
of Mass Communications and 
French at Savannah State College 
for four years. She earned a bache- 
lor's degree in French and English 
Education from North Carolina A & 
T University, a master's degree in 
Education from Pepperdine Univer- 
sity, and a master's degree in Tele- 
communication Management from 
Ohio State University. She was a 
member of Delta Sigma Theta Soror- 
ity, Eastern Stars, and National 
Council of Negro Women. 



For everything there is a season, and a time 

for every matter under heaven; 

a time to be born, and a time to die; 

a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; 

a time to kill, and a time to heal; 

a time to break down; and a time to build up; 

a time to weep, and a time to laugh; 

a time to mourn, and a time to dance; 

a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones 

together; 

a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; 

a time to seek, and a time to lose; 

a time to keep, and a time to cast away; 

a time to keep silent, and a time to speak; 

a time to love, and a time to hate; 

a time for war, and a time for peace. 

Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 



152 Memoriam 




IN REMEMBRANCE OF 

Mr. Walter Leftwich 
1917-1989 



Mr. Leftwich was born on Novem- 
ber 27, 1917. Mr. Leftwich is a 
retired associate professor of 
Mathematics at Savannah State 
College where he taught for 33 
years. He received his bachelor's 
degree from West Virginia State 
College, master's degree from 
North Carolina State University, 
and a degree from New York Uni- 
versity. He was chairman of Sa- 
vannah State College Blood Bank, 
a life member of Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity, and a member of Frogs 
Social Club and Mules Social 
Club. 



'REMEMBER ME" 



REMEMBER ME when I am dead 
and simplify me when I'm dead. 

As the process of earth 

strip off the colour and the skin: 

take the brown hair and blue eye 

and leave me simplier than at birth, 
when hairless I came howling in 
as the moon entered the cold sky. 

Of my skelton perhaps, 

so stripped, a learned man will say 

"He was of such a type and intelligence. 

Thus when in a year collapse 
particular memories, you any 
deduce, from the long pain I bore 
the opinions I held, who was my foe 
and what I left, even my appearance, 
but incidents, will be no guide. 

Time's wrong-way telescope will show 
a minute man ten years hence 
and by distance simplified. 

Through the lens see if I seem 
Substance or nothing: of the world 
deserving mention of charitable oblivion, 

not by momentary spleen 
or love into decision hurled, 
leisurely arrive at any opinion. 

Remember me when I am dead 
and simplify me when I'm dead. 



no more. 



Keith Douglas 



Memoriam 153 



THANKS FOR BEING THERE 
WHEN I NEEDED YOU! 

Love, Durante Footman 




Class 

of 
89! 



My grandmother, the real Commanding 
Officer of my family, 1 LOYE YOU. 



















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in-law I have, I love 
you. 




Reunited after 8 years. WHAT A FEELING! Chip, 
Randa, Deena, and Angel, I love you. 



"A TOAST" to all of my friends, 
relatives, and support at MESS 
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Thanks for all of the love and support that you 
gave me, MOM, DAD, Deena, and Randa. 



MARDI GRAS in New Orleans - Need I say 
more? Greg and Bobby, I'll always remember 
you as my brothers at SSC. 





Valerie, thanks for being my 
sweetheart and friend. This 
"SPRING BALL" is for 
you. 



SENIOR 89 



DURANTE FOOTMAN 



1 54 Senior Ad 



LETS ONLY REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES 
Moniqu Banes June 1984 




Kenneth 
Flowe 



Just another Ice Cold chilly brother 
of Alpha Phi Alpha. 



It would never have happened without the crew: L to R 
Paula (Ester), Kenneth (Outstanding), Roger (Rog), Mi- 
chel (Mikeydo), Joel (Joe Flowe), and Oscar (Butch). 





Mr. Flowe passes on some useful tips to Jesse Jackson that 
he picked up in the unforgettable Dr. Walton's class and 
during his unforgettable reign as Vice President of 
S.G.A., and Jackson says, "I never thought of that." 





Front to Back: Outstanding, Moose, 
Execution. 



"CHEESE!' 





James Jones says, "Posse Up!" as the "Battle- 
ship Skeezer" heads south to Daytona. 



Same shirt, different 
smile, but nonetheless 
what a looker! 



On the left: The newest edition to the 
Flowe family, Nia Imani Robertson. 
On the right: Her mother's hand. 
Paula just has to be seen. 



Senior 89 



Kenneth Flowe 



Senior Ad 155 



Angela L. Kelly 



The order is rapidly fading 

and the first one now 

Will later be last 

for the times they are a-changing 

Time it was 

and what a time it was) 
It was . . . 

a time of innocence 

a time of confidence 

What a time I had at 

SSC . . . 

Forever Yours, 




156 Senior Ad 



SENIOR 89 



ANGELA KELLY 



LOVES YA BABY 



INDEX 



\il.Nliv K. Hi in. i 94 

Adams, Juanita 53 
Adams, Ll. Tracy 61 
Addison. Ellen 40 
Aerobics Club 128 
Aguero. Clara 52 
Aker. Sandra 66 
Al-Azemi. Muflch 66 
Alban. Fdward 50 
vjbright. Kim 46 
Alemayehu, Teshai 50 
Allen, Emma 43 
Allen, Leona 66 
Alpha kappa Mpha 108 
Alpha Kappa \lu 25 
Alpha PW Alpha 109 
Alpha Phi Omega 110 
Alpha Sweethearts 119 
Alston. Lisa 82 
Amina, Mar> 94 
Applin, ( armclla 94 
Appling, Phelicia 94 
Arm> ROTC 121 
American Societ> 
of Civil Engineers 128 
American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers 125 
Ashb>, Lee 94 
Assad. Kathleen 66 



B 



Bain, Clara 62 
Bain. Sigourney 105 
Baity. Michael 94 
Baker, Catherine 47 
Bakrin, Morayo 66 
Banks, Rosemary 47 
Barber. Vincent 88 
Bart. Barbara 50 
Basil, Richard 82 
Bedell, \ eronica 94 
Bell, Karen 88 
Bell, Eamonica 94 
Benlevi. Shevuah 82 
Benyard, Wesley 82 
Beta Beta Beta 25 
Beta Kappa Chi 25 
Bickham, Major Eddie 61 
Bigby, Eami 94 
Biggs, Michael 94 
Birdsong. I. Joi 82 
Blackmon. Carolyn 94 
Blakely, Mnnique 94 
Blalock. Karen 88 
Blount, Deon 94 
Boa z man, Garj 94 
Boca. Jessica 105 
Bolden. Wllej 4. 5. 40 
Boneparte. Onetha 82 
Booker. Elainor 82 
Boone, Eric 88 
Bornette. Nicole 95 
Bradshaw. Alethia 88 
Id .Minim. Natalie 82 
Brantley, Adam 105 
Brantley. Clinton 66 
Brantley, Daniel 55 
Brantle>, Santonio 94 
Brink, Helen 66 
Brockington, Adrienne 88 
Brown. Carla 94 
Brown, Carolyn 82 
Brown, Helen 66 
Brown, Jane Anne 94 
Brown, Keith 82 
Brown. Louis 82 
Browner, Tamera 88 



Brown-Hern. Beverly 41 
Broughton. Borato 88 
Brvant, Charlie 63 
Br\ant. Samuel 66 
Bullock. Robin 48 
Burroughs, Joseph 66 
Butler, Dorothj 40 
Butler. Eesline 42 
Byrd. Keith 67 



Calhoun, Naomi 41 

Calloway, Concetta 88 
Campbell, Johnny 50 

Capers. Kenneth 67 
Carmichacl. It. Brian 60 
Carr, Shevon 49 
Carter. Andrea 95 
Carter. Tabitha 95 
( artwright, Eecora 67 
Cavaliers 119 
Chambers. Michelle 95 
Chapman, Elizabeth 43 
Chans, \1iche' 95 
Cheerleaders 124 
Chester, Lavette 95 
( hisholm, Raymond 82 
Clark, COR Edward Jr. 60 
Claiborne. Rachel 44 
Clerk, James 88 
( luh Bahamian I 27 
Coates, Andre' 82 
Coates, Dias 95 
Cohen. Darien 82 
( olclough, Ronald 67 
Coleman. Cory 61. 88 
( oleman. I I. Crawford 
( oleman, Joseph 88 
Collier. Kenneth 95 
Computer Science ( lub 123 
( uncert ( hoir 129 

Coney, Cynthia 95 
C unlin, George 50 
Conyers, Bernard 43 
Cook. Ton> 88 

( i..i|i, r I >i rek 
Cotton, LaBrona 95 
( rapps. Mi- ink. i 95 
C rawford, Delores 67 
C rosby, Joseph 54 
Cross-Holmes, Novella 53 
Criminal Justice Club 130 
Cummings, (.wendohn 4H 
Cutler. \ vonne 48 



D-E 



Dalo. Lt. Jerry 61 
Dallas. Calandra 87 
Daniel. Patty 67 
Daniels. Everette 83 
Darden, Ouinlonia 83 
Dans. Arielle 105 
Davis, Calvin 95 
Davis, Carl 50 
Davis, Edward 88 
Davis, Joel 83 
Davis, Marius 105 
Davis. Paul 95 
Debro, Rose 44 
Delta Sigma Iheta 111 
Demon, Sheila 83 
DeSha/ior. Sheila 67 
Dicks. David 95 
Diggs, Sonia 67 
Dike. Roselina 95 
Dixon, Victor 95 
Dixon. Yvonne 39 
Dobson, Toderick 88 



DoiEmeh, C. 56 
Dooley, Mary 95 
Douglas, Michael 63 
Dreissen. Carolyn 40 
Drummer, Felicia 83 
Duffie, Carla 95 
Duncan. Kendra 96 
Dunn. Terry 96 
Durrelt, lammye 83 
Eason. Thomas 50 
Easterling. Reginald 48 
Edwards. Pamela 9ft 
Ellis. Frank 53 
Ellis. Roniona 96 
Elmore, Charles 36 
Elmore. Norman 53 
Elm, Frederick 88 
Evans. Johniase 97 
Evans, Renee 89 



Famble, Loren/o 105 
Fields, Carmen 67 
Fields. Stephanie 96 
Fitzgerald. Sabrina 83 
Fleming. Stephanie 89 
Fletcher. Carolyn 38 
Flowe, Kenneth 6" 
Flowers, \ vonne 96 
Floyd, SKC Stephen 61 
Flounnory, Shannon 67 
Flynn, C omia S3 
Footman, Durante 68 
Ford. Edwin 83 
Ford. Petrina 96 
Forston. Pamela 84 
Foster, \ anessa 96 
Fowles. Janie 53 
Franklin. Claudelte 43 
Franklin, 1 esley 68 
Mlwood, Sandy 68 
Futch, Clinton 84 



(.anil, I af.arrick 96 
Gardner, Beulah 39 
Ceathers, Debra 96 
George, Maria 89 

Gillard, fdwin 96 
Gtlligan, Matthew 56 
Gloyd. Patricia 45 
(■oke-Pariola. Modupe 54 
(.olden. Louise 62 
Gold wire, Marv Ann 64 
Goodlett. John 84 
Goodwin, Tim 63 
Gordon, Joenelle 55 
(.rant. Jack 46 
(.rani, Rodnev 89 
Craves, Pennie 68 
Cray, Carmen 96 
Green, C ynlhia 68 
Green, Joan 63 
Green. Shannon 105 
Creen, William Jr. 68 
Greene, Shirlene 68 
Griffin. Judith 47 
Griffith. Angela 68 
(.riffith. Peggy 96 
Grimes. Toni 89 
Grover. Leroy 48 
Gross. Terrence 89 
Cuess-(.oldwire, Lizzie 84 



H 



Hacketl. William 68 
ll.ilin. William 50 
Hamilton. l.aSonja 96 
Hamilton. Marvin 84 
Harden. Bobb> 96 
Hardnett. Kenen 84 
Hardv. Cedric 96 
Hard,. Juliette 96 
Harris. Kendra 68 
Harris. Lawrence 54 
Harris. Rosalie 152 
Harris. I rina 84 
Harris. Vl .111. 68 
II ii -. n Jerlin 50 
Hart, Ton, a 89 
Ha»es. Danielle 89 
Hawkins. Frederick 89 
Heggs, Loren/o 84 
Heslin. \le\ander 51 
Hester. Jeffre> 96 
Hewitt. Cave 55 
Hicks. Danita 89 
Hines. Thomas 41 
Hinkins. kimberl, 96 
Hodge. Jerrv 96 

Hollowa,. Klmberlj 89 

Holmes. Christ, 1115 
Holmes. Rodne, 115 
Holse>. Sherr, 68 
Holt, Freddie 52 
Holt, Jud> 89 
Hornstein. Julius 55 
Howard. Bonnie 41 
Howard. Detra 97 
Howard. Gloria 84 
Howard. Thomas 69 
Houston. \\ andu 39 
Huff, Wanda 84 
Hunt, Renee 84 
Hunter. Ro\ 56 
Hutchinson. S^hia 43 



I-J-K 



[lUgbo, Margarel 45 
Ingram, W anda ^6 
Irwin, Allison 96 

[sham. I orraine 89 
Jackson. Alfred 84 
Jackson, Doris 47 
Jackson, Erica 105 
Jackson, Fredericka 69 
Jackson, Larry 69 
Jackson, I eresa 69 
Jahannts, .la 52 
James, Jeffrey 57 
James, Shirley 44 
Jankowski. W.J. 51 
Jaudon. Jeffrey 69 

Jaycox. Jamie 89 
Jen, Lancey 63 
Johnson, Adrianne 96 
Johnson, Beverly 62 
Johnson, Corn 47 
Johnson, Damon 84 
Johnson, Donna 85 
Johnson. Eugene 85 
Johnson, Judv 43 
Johnson. Kelvin 96 
Johnson, Natasha 69 
Johnson, Ramona 69 
Johnson, Reginald 96 
Johnson, Van III 69 
Johnson, Velma 46 
Johnson, \\ illie 55 
Jones, Bobby 69 
Jones, Chenita 96 

Jones, Grayrich 89 

Jones, Gregory 69 
Jones, Joy 69 
Jones, Lionel 96 
Jones, Mark 90 
Jones, Sabrina 96 
Jones, Timothy 96 
Jones, Vernon 105 



Index 157 



Keel. Tolejaka 90 
Kelly, Rick) 95 

kendrick, April 69 
kenn>. Susan 64 
Kittles, Ste>en 96 
Knight, Jerrie 44 
Krishamurti, Jyoti 52 
Krishamurti. Pullabhotla 57 
koganti, Yenkataratham 38 
Koze), Thomas 57 
Kappa Alpha Psi 112 
Kappa Sweethearts 119 



Laing, Calvin 90 
Lamb, Mary 51 
Lambert, Lester 49 
Lampkin. George 70 
Larry, Cindy 96 
Lawver, Carless 56 
Lee, Glenn 38 
Lee, Sandra 70 
Leftwich, Walter 153 
Lewis, Annette 90 
Levant, Dewie 70 
Levy. Arthur 51 
Lipsey, Anne 44 
Lockette, LaTeah 90 
Logan, Gary 96 
Lomax, Victor 51 
Lowe. Theopolis 96 
Lucas, Deonesia 96 
Lumpkin, Earnest 52 
Lumpkin, Marronde 96 
Lvnch, Connie 90 



M 



Mack, Bernard 90 
Mack, Tamtm 90 
Maddov Linda 70 
Maher. Michael 103 
Mallows. Margaret 98 
Marching Band 132, 133 
Martin, Anita 70 
Martin. Lawana 97 
Matthews, Etnil) 48 
Matthews, Sonja 97 
Malhis. \ionne 53 
Mallov. Almisha 38 
Mil, Faith 70 
McCarthy. William 51 
McClain, Bridgctl 97 
McClellan. Raymond 90 
McC lendon, Tunja 7(1 
McCormick. Pamela 85 
McFall, Barbara 54 
McCill, Lazenza 98 
Met, rax, Laura 37 
Mcl.emore. Andrew 45 
McLemore, Joyce 62 
McNeil. Jackson 51 
McNeil, Quintin 70 
Medley, (,\SGT Willie 61 
Mengistie, Assemu 70 
Menon, Manchery 57 
Merrell. Captain Keith 60 
Merrell, Keith 105 
Merritt, John 46 
Middlebrooks, Allen 98 
Mikel. Yernice 36 
Miles, Rodney 90 
Miller, Debra 98 
Miller, Melanie 70 
Mitchell. Abraham 105 
Mitchell. Janice 90 
Mitchell. Joanne 48 
Mitchell, Johnnie 52 
Mitchell. LaSonya 98 
Mitchell. Prince 38 
Mitchell. Tommie 98 
Mitchell. Zenobia 98 
Mobley, Krma 46 



158 Index 



Mobley, I . Uk.uk. 89 
Moran, Sylvia 98 
Morell. LeAlice 90 
Morgan. Constance 62 
Morgan, Terry 98 
Morris, Deirdre 90 
Morris, Patricia 89 
Morris. Ruby 39 
Mosley, Karen 98 
Mosley, William 89 
Moss, Sudonna 90 
Mulgrai, Saladean 98 
Mumford, Aubrey 43 
Myers. Willie 98 
Myles. John 53 



N-O-P 



Nambiar, Govindian 57 
Navy ROTC 122 
Nelson, Lamont 85 
Newtonian Society 123 
Nolen, Ronald 84 
Norsworthy, Gary 47 
Oliver. Christina 53 
Omega Psi Phi 113 
O'Neill. George 37 
Owens. Chantal 90 
Owens, Gregory 70 
Ouller-Cook. Cynthia 70 
Pan Hellenic Council 124 
Parrish, Annette 71 
Parrish. Lee Jr. 49 
Pass, Maria 90 
Pearson. Fortune 91 
Pearson. Lee 41 
Peer Counselors 125 
Pendergraph, Jo> 97 
Pentck, Karen 62 
Perkins. Berry 91 
Peterson, Charles 71 
Phi Beta Sigma 114 
Phiettes 119 
Philbrick. Jane 51 
Pi Gamma Mu 25 
Pincknev. Debra 40 
Pinkston, Michelle 85 
Pinner. Dawn 8. 9. 71 
Pitts. Randal 85 
Polite, Martin 54 
Powell, June 71 
Pough, Nanette 71 
Preer. Emily 91 
Pressley, Sheree 71 
Price. Wanda 91 
Pusker, Henri 51 



Q-R 



Quarterman, Joanne 42 
Rahming. Veronica 91 
Raul, Lamalakar 57 
Raul. Savita 30 
Ray, Robert 40 
Reese, Patula 71 
Richardson. Elizabeth 71 
Riddle, Danny 91 
Roberson, Gene 85 
Roberts. Donna 9 1 
Roherts. Evadne 40 
Roberts, Mary 57 
Robey, Lee 41 
Robinson, Zabrina 91 
Rocker, \licia 71 
Rolling, Renee 71. 160 
Rutledge. Patricia 89 



Saleem, Sheri 46 
Sanders, Archeil 61 
Sanders, Dorothy 98 
Sanders, Sheryl 99 



Scales, Monika 86 
Scarbiel. Greg 91 
Scott, Angelina 91 
Scott. Brenda 71 
Scott. James 91 
Scott. Shirley 40 
Scott. Trina 99 
Scurlark. Jonathan 91 
Shavers, Donald 46 
Sherrod, Monica 71 
Shuman, Tracey 99 
Sigma Gamma Rho 116 
Silman, Iris 99 
Simmons, Claude 91 
Simmons, Devvine 91 
Simmons, Ervin 46 
Simmons, Felicity 86 
Simmons. Katrina 72 
Simmons, Lawrence 64 
Simon. Gavin 99 
Simon, James 72 

Sims. Ella 55 

Sims, Regina 100 

Singh. Harpal 56 

Skipwith. Tracey 100 

Slaughter, Leslie 91 

Small, Tameka 91 

Small. Wynette 100 

Smith, Angelique 9, 72 

Smith, Charmayne 92 

Smith. Rodney 92 

Smith, Shannon 100 

Smith. Sheila 92 

Smith, Steven 54 

Snelling. Sonva 92 

Spaulding, Markeita 100 

Stafford. Martha 37 

Standifer, Michelle 92 

Slaton. Marcus 100 

Steele, Glenn 92 

Stephens. Methelomese 72 

Stewart, Crystal 100 

Stewart, Merolyn 54 

Stewart, Rubv 72 

Stewart. Sean 92 

Stiles, Byron 105 

Stroud, Roshemar 100 

Student Government 

Association 120 

Sugg, YNN (SS) Donald 60 

Swain, Paul 92 

Swanson, Mia 86 

Swift. Sauceraee 100 



T-U-V 



Taylor, Gabriel 100 
Taylor, LaTrell 100 
Taylor, Lt. Col. Ronald 46 
Terrell. Roderic 92 
Tharpe, Frank 72 
Tharpe, Roslyn 72 
Thomas, George 64 
Thomas. Jacqueline 100 
Thomas, LaSonja 100 
Thomas, Robert 86 
Thomas. Shirley 72 
Thomas. Trina 100 
Thornton, kalvix 100 
Todd, Shannon 101 
Tomlin. Sebrina 72 
Torrence, Ann 101 
Truett, Vincent 73 
Tucker, Lisa 73 
Tyson, Doretha 46 



W-X-Y-Z 



Walker, Antoinette 73 
Walker, Tonya 101 
Wallace, Far lie 101 
Wallace. Priscilla 86 
Wallace, Saundra 86 
Walton. April 86 
W alton. Hanes 55 
Walton, Tonya 92 



Ward, Dana 101 
W ard. Quinton 101 
Ware, Robert 73 
Waring. Lawrence 101 
Waring, Marquis 73 
Warren, Andrea 101 
Warren, Cynita 73 
Washington, Anthony 101 
W ashington, Daniel 55 
Washington, Katrina 101 
Watkins, Brian 101 
Watkins. Victoria 101 
Webb, Peggy 73 
W'esby. Jacqueline 73 
Westley, Janell 86 
What ley. Tracey 101 
White, Jacquita 92 
Whittles. David 47 
Wigfall, Dachelle 101 
Wiley, Cynthia 92 
Wiley, Nicole 101 
Willems, David 55 
Williams, Allen 86 
Williams, George 57 
Williams, Michael 92 
Williams, Oscar 92 
Williams, Samuel 42 
Williams, Sandra 101 
Williams. Stacey 74 
Williams, Stephen 101 
Wilson, Clyde 39 
Wilson, keilh 64 
Wilson, kevin 101 
Wilson, Traneka 105 
Wingfleld, Yonita 86 
Winns, Lois 101 
Wright, Arlene 74 
W right, Celena 86 
Wright. Cindy 101 
Wright. Eldridge 74 
Wright. Kenneth 101 
Wright, Kimberly 74 
Wright, Michael 74 
Wyatt, Keywana 74 
Yearbook Staff 134, 135 
Ylosky. Robert 61 
N hums;. Anquinnette 101 
Young, Kevin 101 
Young, Patricia 44 
Young, Theresa 9, 74 
Zeta Phi Beta 117 



ALMA MATER 



LET US GIVE THANKS AND 
PRAISE TO THEE, 
TO OUR ALMA MATER, S.S.C. 
THINE HONOR, PRIDE, AND EMI- 
NENCE, 

WE RAISE IN PRA YERFUL REVER- 
ENCE. 

GUIDE US STILL FROM DAY TO 

DAY, 

BE THOU MINDFUL LEST WE 

LOST OUR WAY: 

HELP US KNOW THAT LIFE, 

SHORT OR LONG, 

MEANS UNCEASING WORK FOR 

WEAK AND STRONG. 

REFRAIN 

WHERE SAVANNAH MEETS THE 

SEA, 

WHERE GRASSY PLAINS AND 

PALMS ABOUND, 

WHERE THE FLOW'RS ARE GEMS 

OF LOVELINESS, 

THERE S.S.C. IS FOUND. 

WE ADORE EACH BEAUTEOUS 

SCENE AND HALL, 

OUR ALL WE PLEDGE TO THEE! 

IN OUR HEARTS WE'LL BUILD A 

SHRINE FOR THEE, 

WE HAIL THEE S.S.C. 

— J. RANDOLPH FISHEE 
HILLARY HATCHETT 



Alma Mater 159 




Dear Savannah State College Family, 

It has been a great honor and privilege for me to be Editor-in-Chief of the 1988-89 
SSC "TIGER" yearbook. It is my sincere hope that this book has captured at least one 
special moment and/or memory that you hold dear. 

With the help of some dedicated and enthusiastic individuals, we, the TIGER staff, 
feel we have produced the single best edition of the TIGER yet. This year we tried to 
use every creative method that was available to us. Our goal was to use techniques that 
would breathe life into each and every page. 

During the year. I used to think, "What have I gotten myself into?" There were days 
when I felt like walking away from it all when it seemed as if nothing would go right, 
but that 's when I would turn to God and ask him to give me strength. I sacrificed a lot 
of my time to produce this book, and if I had to do it again, I would. 

To those of you who see something in "THE EYE OF THE TIGER" that you do not 
like, tell me. If there is something that you do like, tell others. Fellow Tigers, I 
challenge you to join the 1989-90 yearbook staff and make the next edition even better 
than ever in the upcoming celebration of our alma mater. 

Mav you carry this book and the memories it harbors in remembrance of your 
college experience. 



Respectfully yours, 
Renee Rolling 





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A small tribute in apprectQ 
Dr. Wiley Bolden 
Ms Joan Green — advisor 
Major Eddie Bickham — a 
Mrs. Beverly Brown-Hern - 
Mr. Thomas times — supp 
Or. Charles Woodard — A 
Comprehensive Counseling 
Student Government Assort 
Suburban Delta Studio — 
Mr. Tom Neal, Herff Jone. 
Ms. Emma Alien — messQ 
Army ROTC — photograp 
SSC Student Body-support 
SSC Faculty-support 
SSC Campus Security — / 
Ms. Angela Kelly — suppt 
1 Mr Freddie Holt — photo 
Mr. Lee Pearson — sports 
Mr. Michael Douglas — p 
Ms. Zain Jacobs — acknov 
Ms. Sebnna Tomlin — ack 
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 
acknowledgements 
Navy ROTC — photograpi 


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support 

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Volume 41 of the 1989 TIGER was printed by 
Herff Jones Printing Company in Montgomery, Ala- 
bama. Mr. Tom Neal and Dorenda Strock. Herff 
Jones Representatives worked with the staff in the 
production of the book. Pages were printed 80 lb., 
High Gloss Bordeaux with a press run of 1 300 copies. 
The TIGER is paid for with student activity fees and 
only solicited advertisements from seniors. Theme: 
THE EYE OF THE TIGER. 

The 1989 TIGER yearbook is copyrighted by the 
1989 TIGER Staff and Renee Rolling, the 1988-89 
TIGER editor. No part of this book may be copied, 
photocopied, or in any other reproduced without the 
written permission of Renee Rolling. The copy was 
printed in Times Roman typeface using the following 
sizes: divisions — 60 pi: page identifications — 8 pi: 
index — 6pt, subheadings — 24 pt, 18pt; headings — 
36 pt: and body copy — Wpl. 

All individual shots were taken by Mr. Warren of 
Suburban Delta Studios, Inc. The candids and group 
shots were taken by staff photographers. The cover 
design and endsheets were chosen by the staff mem- 
bers. The color of the cover is antique blue with a 
crushed grain surface. The Tiger on the cover is a 
silver metallay. Silver ink is applied to the backbone 
and the front lid of the book. The artwork on the 
organization pages was executed by Miss Cynnamon 
Flowers. 




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