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YACKET 




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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 



THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 

ENDOWED BY 

JOHN SPRUNT HILL 

CLASS OF 1889 




FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 




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Copyright 1987 by the Yackety Yack and 

the University of North Carolina Media Board. 

Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 

13-17244. 



All rights reserved. No portion of this work 

covered by the copyrights hereon may be 

reproduced in any form or by any means 

without the written permission of the editor 

and the individual author, artist or photographer. 

Inquiries may be addressed to Yackety Yack, 

Box 50 Carolina Union, Chapel Hill, 

North Carolina 27514. 






Printed in the United States of America by 

Hunter Publishing Company, 2505 Empire Drive, 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27103. 



Yackety Yack 




Yackety Yack 



University of North Carolina 
Carolina Union 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 



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Contents 




Scenario and Society 



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Portraits 




Organizations 



A dm inistrators 




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Sporting Life 



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Preface 



We have worked against the Yack s grain ihis year. 

If you are a Yack watcher, you may reasonably interpret UNC's 
yearbook, as "a picture book. " But we're challenging that token message, in 
light of utilizing our strong resources at hand (photographers, coordinators, 
designers and writers and researchers) and of utilizing our medium (the 
book). 

To do this, we have included a line of profiles, in the form of 13 stories 
and many more biographical sketches, for this year's book. This is an 
addition and an incorporation — not a compromise; we are not fighting our 
strong photographic and design capabilities , for these are what we've 
edified for ourselves foremost during the /9#0s. But, as said, the pictures 
will speak for themselves . 

Basically, we hope you will now see the 1987 Yackety Yack as 
UNC's book of the year , certainly lacking the ideal of objectifying the year 
through presentation of every person, event, organization, University 
building, etc. , etc. , etc. 

Herewith, we concentrate on UNC and all its pieces through particulars , 
in a word — profiles. 



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Naked On Franklin Street 



Tar Heels Let it Loose When They Party 



by Bert Matthews 



A couple of days before graduation my 

J I best friend asked me, "When you 
I think back on your time here at 
Carolina, what moment will stand out 
strongest in your memory?" 

Of course, the first file to be opened from 
my mental floppy disk selection was titled 
Party. Sure, I would have liked it to have 
been Love, Romance or Adventure even 
Education but it wasn't. It was Party, because 
'86-'87 had so many outrageous passages to 
recall. 

To start things out was the "Franklin 
Street Riot." 

By 9:30 p.m. the sidewalks of Franklin 
Street had become clogged with people 
barhopping for their last legal time. I 
remember standing on the corner of 
Franklin and Columbia, outside of 
Spanky's, and watching some guy motivate 
the crowd into taking the street. Each time 
he and the small band of opaque renegades 
following his command were given the 
walking green, they bounded into the 
middle of the crosswalk and sat down 
chanting, "Hell no, we won't go." 
Eventually they and the mob that joined 
them in their revelry succeeded in turning 
the traffic around and closing Franklin 
Street. 

It all began when, in order to maintain 
federal highway funding, the N.C. 
Legislature passed a bill raising the 
drinking age from 18 to 21. At midnight, 
when Sunday, August 31 became Monday, 
September 1 , Labor Day, the new law was to 
go into effect. Tar Heel students "under 
age" would lose the privilege to purchase 
even the mildest of distilled spirits. As could 
be expected, Carolina students would not 
let this lamentable occasion pass without 
some form of public outcry. 

While a close friend and I sat on one of 



the benches lining Franklin Street, 
innocently taking in the chaos that had 
momentarily gained control of downtown 
Chapel Hill, I was struck with an idea. "This 
is a once-in-a-lifetime college experience," 
said a cajoling voice inside of me. "Not only 
for you, but all of those attending. It needs 
something gutsy though, something more 
original than open consumption of barley 
pop. It needs some type of revelry that will 
turn heads, open mouths and curl 
toes — some rabble rouser that could 
sufficiently add to the precedent being set 
here without causing damage to property 
or discomfort to others. It needs 
some. ..some... streakers." 

We did it. 

This, what some would call a despicably 
vain and totally inappropriate 
undermining of conventions, didn't even 
hold a candle to much of the hoopla that 
eventually transpired that night. 

Once the Franklin Street Riot wound 
down about 3:30 a.m.. Chapel Hill had 
been privy to 15 arrests, $50,000 of 
estimated damage, bomb fires, open nudity 
(no further comment), debauchery, total 
chaos and one of the most impressive 
displays of public inebriation and 
obnoxiousness the town had ever 
experienced. 

UNC administration as well as Chapel 
Hill police and Town Council members 
were so thoroughly disgusted with the 
behavior the riot fostered, measures were 
taken to see that this sort of thing would not 
happen again. 

During Halloween, police lined the 
sidewalks of Franklin Street to assure the 
masquerading crowd would not spill out 
into the street. It didn't. But just to make 
certain the reins of discipline were securely 
in hand, the Chapel Hill Town Council 



passed an amendment in February that 
limited the acceptable level of outdoor 
noise. 

This reduction in acceptable decibels for 
outdoor events was seen by students as 
another infringement of the rights of the 
town's majority — the students — to have a 
good time. This effort by a select, powerful 
group of the town's wealthier residents to 
dictate the tone of future Carolina parties 
was successfully challenged by student 
members and Student Congess. By April a 
healthy compromise was reached that 
preserved the rights of students to hold 
outdoor parties as long as the music 
finished no later than 12:30 a.m. and didn't 
exceed 77 decibels. 

Despite the compromise on noise. Pi 
Kappa Phi's infamous Burnout party, 
which had attracted 3,000 to 4,000 in past 
years, was reduced to smoldering ashes 
when the Town Council denied the 
fraternity's request for a noise permit. 

Nevertheless, Carolina party troopers 
proved they could party hard and 
responsibly. UNC police major Charles E. 
Mauer told 1987 Springfest organizers that 
the concert on Connor Beach was the best 
run ever. No arrests were reported, and 
cleanup was handled in about two 
hours — with aluminum cans, glass bottles 
and paper collected for recycling by the 
Society of Environmentally Concerned 
Students. 

Personally, though, one of my favorite 
parties last year began at a friend's house 
with a few of "the guys" sitting around 
taking long draws from cans of National 
Bohemian. 

We were listening to the radio crank out 
some of our favorite tunes, playing air 
guitars and talking about our chances of 
getting "lucky" in the very near future. 

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Some party, right? A Friday night scene 
that's been repeated and replayed by 
countless scores of college youths for 
innumberable years. Borrring. 

Suddenly someone had an idea. We 
catapulted ourselves to the Community 
Church on Purefoy Road where each year 
in October the German department holds 
an Oktoberfest. This under-attended 
occasion comes outfitted with a German 
oom-pah-pah band in lederhosen and all 
the beer you can drink. 

Unlike most college parties, the 
Oktoberfest is a party where everybody 



dances — together, not by themselves. It is a 
time to brush up on your polka or to learn 
the polka. It is an opportunity to dance 
hand and hand, arm and arm with women 
you've never met before dressed in 
traditional Bavarian dirndls. It is a chance 
to do something unconventional without 
taking your clothes off. 

That night was a wild whirl of spinning 
couples, boisterous laughter, spilt beer and 
merriment. It was a night rounded by a 
harvest moon and friends stumbling home 
arm in arm singing — like proper Tar Heels. 

Bert Matthews is a writer for the Phoenix. 




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U.S. Olympic Festival- '87— July 17-26, 1387 




50 U.S. Olympic Fesbval-'Xl 




U.S. Olympic Festival- '87 51 



Profile 



A Festival of Records 

North Carolina Wins a Gold for Organization 

by James Farrer 



a a *\\en U.S. Olympic Festival-'87 
\/\f was over, Gov. James G. Martin 
V V told the U.S. Olympic 
Committee he wanted it back. 

"We showed we could do it on a 
grass-roots basis and break all those 
records," Martin said at the closing 
ceremonies July 26. "Now all we need is a 
chance to break our own records." 

The records he was referring to were the 
record 460,884 spectators attending the 34 
events and the more than $3 million in 
ticket sales, which put the festival about $1 
million in the black. 

Over 3,000 of America's best amateur 
athletes competed in the festival at sites in 
Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Cary and 
Chapel Hill. For many, the festival was a 
prelude to the 1988 Olympic Games in 
Seoul. 

The festival ended as it began — with a 
bang. During the closing ceremonies in 
Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham and the 
opening ceremonies in Carter Finley 
Stadium in Raleigh, fireworks by the 
Zambelli family — "the first family of 
fireworks" — lit up the sky for over a quarter 
hour. 

In the closing ceremonies, which 
honored over 8,000 festival volunteers, 
Martin praised the efforts of the most 
important volunteer in the festival, H. Hill 
Carrow, the president of N.C. Amateur 
Sports and the man most responsible for 
bringing the event to the Triangle. 

"Hill was the fellow who early on told us 
this was possible," Martin said to a cheering 
crowd of 1 9,000. "Now aren't you delighted 
and pleased we invited this great event to 
come to the state of North Carolina?" 

Carrow said the festival was certain to put 
North Carolina on the sports map and that 
representatives from every sporting event 
had approached him about holding 
national competitions in North Carolina. 

"If a sport goes someplace, one of the 



major factors will be support by the 
spectators," Carrow said. "That has come 
off very well for us, leading to all the 
interest in the area." 

At 32, Carrow is the youngest person 
ever to direct a U.S. Olympic Festival 
organizing committee. A native of Kinston, 
he was a Morehead Scholar at UNC and a 
member of the Tar Heel's varsity 
swimming team. He is a lawyer for Carolina 
Power and Light. 

Because of Carrow's six years of advance 
planning, the festival became a major 
media event attended by over 2,400 
reporters, more than in the first six 
Olympic Festivals combined. ESPN 
broadcast 110 hours of the event with at 
least 41 hours of live air time. Beginning 
months before the opening ceremonies 
July 17, North Carolinians were 
bombarded ad nauseum with television and 
radio ads proclaiming, "Let the torch that 
sets our hearts on fire light a fire in you." 

Although only five North Carolina cities 
hosted the festival, the rest of the state got 
involved during the torch run. The run 
began with the lighting of the torch at Pike's 
Peak in Colorado Springs, Colo, and 
wound its way from Wilmington to Raleigh 
for the opening ceremonies. It was said that 
the crisscrossing trail brought the torch 
within 50 miles of almost every North 
Carolina resident. In all, the torch went 
through 375 cities, was carried by almost 
8,000 runners and traveled 2,800 miles. 

The festival was not just a sporting 
spectacular. There was also a "North 
Carolina Arts Celebration" and an 
"International Congress on Sports 
Medicine & Science." 

In the "Arts Celebration" during the 
opening weeks of the festival, new works of 
film, dance and music were presented. The 
sports medicine congress — the largest of its 
kind in the state's history — featured 



presentations by coaches, trainers and 
physicians from around the world. 

On the sporting front, the outlook for the 
festival was anything but rosy in the weeks 
before it began. In many sports, including 
women's gymnastics and men's track and 
field, the biggest name performer-athletes 
decided to stay home. 

The athletes who did show — from 
long-standing international champs to a 
slew of rising young stars — delighted 
enthusiastic North Carolina audiences 
nevertheless. 

Diver Greg Louganis, a double gold 
medal winner in the 1984 Los Angeles 
Olympics, added to his Olympic golden 
booty with another win in the 10-meter 
platform diving competition. 

Sarah Anderson, a 16-year-old swimmer 
from Riverside, Calif., set a festival record 
by winning six gold medals. 

Jessie Grieco, 13, of Emerson, N.Y. 
became the youngest winner of a festival 
gold medal in cycling by winning not just 
one but two gold medals. 

Sprinter Valerie Briscoe, winner of three 
gold medals in the 1984 Olympics, won yet 
another gold in the 200-meter dash. 

Sheila Walker, U.S. Olympic Committee 
director of festivals and competitions said 
the North Carolina festival was the biggest 
and best ever. 

"You're taking every [attendance] record 
by storm," she said at a press conference 
before the closing ceremonies. "You're not 
just breaking them by a little. You're 
breaking them by a lot. The festival has 
come of age." 

Thanks to the residents of North 
Carolina, she might have added. 

James Farrer is editor of the Phoenix. 

Amy Edwards, Paris Goodnight and 
Shea Tisdale contributed to this story. 



52 U.S. Olympic Festival- 'H7 




U.S. Olympic Festival- H7 53 



Profile 



Your Specimen Cup, Please 

Athletes Line Up for Drug Testing 



by Marion Presler 



/n the fall 1986, UNC's Athletic 
Association implemented a policy of 
mandatory drug testing for all varsity 
athletes. During the school year, tests 
revealed use of marijuana and other 
"recreational" drugs by less than one 
percent of 600 student athletes. 

Similar programs in Washington and 
California were declared unconstitutional 
violations of privacy by state courts in the 
spring and summer 1987. UNC's policy was 
under review during the summer, with 
major revisions likely for the fall 1987. 

Drug abuse was a growing national 
concern this year, and the death of former 
Maryland basketball star Len Bias by a 
cocaine overdose put drug use by college 
athletics in the limelight. 

The mandatory testing policy also 
guaranteed that UNC complied with the 
National Collegiate Athletic Association's 
mandatory drug testing rule. 

But it was notjust public pressure and the 
NCAA that concerned the Athletic 
Association, officials said, but also the 
University's commitment to the athletes 
themselves — expressed through drug 
education and counseling programs. 

"We could get rid of drug testing 
entirely — it's the least important thing we 
do here," said Dr. Joseph L. DeWalt, the 
director of sports medicine and the 
physician responsible for supervising the 
urine tests. 

"No one wants to hear about our drug 
education and drug counseling program. 
Everyone is interested in urine testing," he 
said. 

Susan M. Cray, a health educator in 
charge of the drug education program at 
Student Health Services, said the urine test 
also provides a "reality hold" for athletes. It 
is easier for a drug-abusing athlete to say no 
to drugs if he knows that his urine will be 
tested, she said. 

UNC had already had a voluntary urine 
testing and drug counseling program for 



54 Drug Testing 



athletes since 1984. 

The voluntary urine test was a diagnostic 
tool that helped SHS identify the athletes 
who used drugs. The results were kept 
confidential. Coaches were not informed. 

"Participation was nearly 100 percent 
because they had a choice," Gray said. "It's 
human nature — people don't like to be told 
what they have to do with no back door." 

There was no back door with the 
mandatory policy. All 600 of UNC's varsity 
athletes and student trainers from both 
revenue and non-revenue sports were 
subject to urine testing at any time during 
the season or off-season. Each week, 40 
names were randomly drawn. The athletes 
were usually given 24 hours notice prior to 
the drug test. Most drugs take more than 48 
hours to leave the body, so the 24 hour 
warning did not affect the test results. 

The test was administered in the bowels 
of Woollen gym in the old training room. 
The procedure was simple — a bizarre cross 
between Orwell's 1984 and potty training. 
The men were required to appear in only 
shorts and women in T-shirts and shorts. 
The male athletes produced a urine sample 
under the supervision of an official test 
administrator. Women retired to the 
privacy of an adjacent bathroom. This 
procedure was designed to preclude 
cheating on the urine test. 

If drugs were detected in a urine sample, 
sanctions were imposed on the athlete. 
With his first positive test results, the 
athlete was put on probation and in the 
counseling and rehabilitation program. 
After two positive tests, the athlete was 
suspended one year from the team. After a 
third positive test, the athlete was 
suspended permanently from the team and 
lost his athletic scholarship. 

The urine was tested for drugs banned 
by the NCAA including marijuana, 
cocaine, heroin, amphetamines and 
steroids. 

In the summer 1987, associate athletic 



director Richard A. Baddour assembled a 
group of student athletes, coaches, 
administrators, faculty members and the 
Athletic Association who reviewed the drug 
testing and counseling program. 

Although he refused to give details of 
changes in the program before they were to 
be announced in August, he said they 
would include a greater emphasis on 
counseling and possible changes in the 
nature of the sanctions against athletes who 
tested positive. 

According to the American Civil 
Liberties Union, mandatory drug testing 
constitutes a bodily search which is 
forbidden under the Fourth Amendment 
to the Constitution. The Amendment 
makes it illegal to search citizens 
indiscriminately without a particular 
suspicion. According to ACLU, an 
institution cannot subject someone to a 
urine test unless there is evidence that he is 
using drugs. 

On the basis of this privacy argument, 
student athletes at Stanford University and 
the University of Washington won suits 
barring the mandatory drug testing 
programs of the NCAA in California and 
the University of Washington. The 
constitutions of both Washington and 
California have provisions protecting the 
right to privacy — provisions only implicit in 
the U.S. Constitution. 

North Carolina also has a privacy 
provision within its constitution, and a 
challenge to UNC's drug testing program 
might be mounted on that basis here as 
well. No UNC students have taken the issue 
to court. 

One of the likely changes in UNC's 
program for the fall 1987 would be asking 
students to sign voluntary consent forms 
saying they will submit to drug testing if 
they participate in a varsity sport, Baddour 
said. Although students will not be allowed 
to participate in varsity athletics without 
signing the forms, the University may still 




be able to claim that the program is 
voluntary rather than mandatory. 

This policy change may allow the 
University to circumvent a legal challenge 
to drug testing like those successfully 
organized by the ACLU in Washington and 
California. 

The courts have said that it is illegal to 
make the exercise of a constitutionally 
guaranteed right contingent upon a 
nominally voluntary act, such as submitting 
to a drug test. Thus it would violate the 
constitution to require that anyone 
"voluntarily" submit to a drug test in order 
to exercise a basic right such as voting. Such 
a drug testing program would in fact no 
longer be voluntary, but coercive. 

Participating on an athletic team, 
however, may not be deemed a 
constitutionally guaranteed right by the 
courts, and thus a test to which all athletes 
must submit in order to be on a team may 
nevertheless be considered voluntary. 

Those who defend mandatory drug 
testing say that to play for UNC is a 



privilege not a right. Responsibilities go 
with the privilege, and one of those 
responsibilities is to be drug free. The 
University contracts the student athlete; in 
return for playing on a team, the athlete has 
to sign a waiver stating he will agree to drug 
testing. The University must be fair in the 
application of the policy and follow correct 
due process if the policy is violated. The 
athlete's responsibilities to his teammates, 
his school and the public outweigh the 
athlete's right to privacy. 

The U.S. Supreme Court is not expected 
to decide a drug testing case soon, and 
ACLU officials say most cases will be 
determined in state courts using state 
constitutions as a guide. 

Even if urine testing infringes on 
athletes' civil liberties, many of UNC's 
athletes and coaches support the program. 

"What they are trying to do is help kids 
out; it's a valid effort," said Kelly Williams, a 
shot putter. 

"One thing I don't understand is why it's 
just athletes — what about the band and 



fraternities?" she said. 

Danny Burmeister, a football player, 
said: "By the time a guy gets to college, he 
has put a lot of time into football. You just 
can't give it up. Most guys, if they have to 
choose between drugs and football, will 
choose football." 

Frank Comfort, the swimming coach, 
displayed no reservations. 

"I'm delighted," Comfort said. "I 
supported it while some of the ideas were 
being developed, and I'm delighted it has 
been put into effect. Sure, it is a 
controversial issue but if you look at it from 
a 40-year-old's eyes, the damn stuff is 
illegal, and that's the bottom line." 

Marion Presler is a writer for the Phoenix. 
James Farrer contributed to this story. 



Drug Testing 55 




Jolt Company, Inc Promotions 



Profile 



Canned Vitality 

Caffeine, Runnin Ail Around Our Brains 



by Jill Gerber 



/n 1984, millions of vending machines 
around the globe spat out $6.7 billion 
worth of their fizzy bounty tojunk food 
seekers and the nutritionally unconcerned. 

If a bifocaled economist were to sharpen 
his pencil and chart these billions in pie 
form, UNC students would most assuredly 
make up quite a hefty slice. For anyone who 
listens to the incessant rattling of coins at 
the Student Union's Great Refreshment 
Mecca knows that a Tar Heel thrives on the 
invisible nectar derived from the fruits of 
the soda machine: caffeine. 

The drive to become caffeinated is, of 
course, all very innocent on the part of the 
Carolinian, who does so only to increase his 
or her academic performance. A Diet Coke, 
for example, is largely considered 
mandatory for remaining coherent during 
an 8 o'clock class. And in the evening, a Dr. 
Pepper provides a needed jumpstart for 
the fatigued library dweller. For many, this 
mysterious substance is as vital to 
schoolwork as, say, pen and notebook. 

During finals, the quest for cola is more 

56 Caffeine 



pressing than ever as the unlikely 
academian searches for a means of making 
his brain cells more receptive to the 
chapters of econ that he hadn't gotten 
around to reading since his midterm. A 
sure sign of exam-time is when the 
trashcans in front of Davis Library are 
heaped with more aluminum than Frat 
Court on a football Saturday. 

As the caffeine connoisseur will relate, 
certain beverages are richer in the desired 
drug than others. Out of the Student Union 
selection, Mello Yello wins the award for 
packing the most caffeine per 12-ounce 
can. For the calorie conscious, Tab has the 
most of the pulse-quickening drug. But a 
can of soda has only one-third the caffeine 
of a cup of strongly brewed coffee, and 
those desperate in their search for 
stimulation forego the soda route 
altogether for a cup of Java from Lenoir. 

However, the caffeine junkies' soda 
award goes to a new kid on the block: Jolt 
Cola, the junk food that dares to be 
unhealthy. Encased in a red and yellow, 



lightning bolt embellished can and laden 
with caffeine and thick with sugar, this fizzy 
beverage will peel the skin off your tongue. 

The Jolt Company, Inc., lauds its 
product as containing "all the sugar and 
twice the caffeine" of regular soft drinks. In 
1979, father and son masterminds Joseph 
and C.J. Rapp of Rochester, N.Y., decided 
they were disgusted with wimpy tasting 
sodas. They concocted a variety packing a 
hearty 71.2 milligrams of caffeine per can, 
which squeaks right under the legal limit of 
72 milligrams. Seven years later, Jolt was on 
the market, quickening pulse rates and 
boring holes in tooth enamel nationwide. 

The soda can — like Davis Library, the Pit 
and basketball — has become a Tar Heel 
institution in itself as students seek to 
complete their tasks at a slightly more 
accelerated rate than their predecessors. 
No one need ponder the shape of academia 
in the University's near-future. It is, 
without doubt, cylindrical. 

Jill Gerber is editor of The Daily Tar Heel. 










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Profile 



Dying in the Light 

A Student with AIDS Confronts His Mortality 



58 AIDS 



by James Farrer 



A IDS, like a specter from the Dark Ages, 
J I has stolen into the glitzy, technological 
m I bastion of American optimism. 

Even the comfortable and educated in 
Chapel Hill gray with fear at this primitive, 
even atavistic, threat to their lives and sexual 
freedom. It lias struck the young most of all, 
and our community has seen its first victims. 

UNC student Wain Gaskill, 24, of 
Morehead City is one of the first. While taking 
a semester break from his studies in drama 
and speech communications, he entered N.C. 
Memorial Hospital in March with what he 
thought was bronchitis. His condition was 
diagnosed as Acquired Immune Deficiency 
Syndrome. 



Sitting on the floor in a friend's 
apartment in Carrboro, wolfing down two 
day-old Krispy Kreme glazed doughnuts 
and drinking Coca-Cola, Wain failed to fit 
my preconception of an AIDS victim. 

His body, clad in shorts and a tight black 
tank-top, was a beautiful cracked 
vessel — broad shoulders and thick 
muscular thighs as ephemeral as the limbs 
of an ice sculpture — bound to collapse from 
the invisible breath of disease. 

I couldn't help but think that he looked 
healthier than I, as he told me his story in 
the clear impassioned voice of a trained 
actor. 

"I was the first person I ever knew with 



AIDS," he said. 

"It all seems so strange looking back on it. 
The doctor came in about eight in the 
evening and said that the tests had come 
back positive, and they were making a 
diagnosis of AIDS. He said it pretty much 
like that — very calculated, cool. So I was 
very calculated and cool and just lay there. I 
thought when he left the room I would 
probably break down, but I didn't. I just 
kind of stared up at the ceiling for a while." 
Wain said it took him over three weeks to 
recover from the Pneumocystis, the rare 
form of pneumonia that often strikes AIDS 
victims. Confined to his hospital bed, he 
received drugs against the infection 
through an intravenous tube and suffered 
through daily bouts of severe nausea as a 
side effect. 

"I got better to the point where I could 
get up and go look at myself in the mirror," 
he said. "I could wash my face, brush mv 

, hair — groom myself a little. I'd look in the 
mirror, and it would be the strangest 
feeling. I would touch my little reflection, 

! and it would be like, 'Wow, you have AIDS. 
You're the only person.' It was a terribly 

; strange and frighteningly alone kind of 

' feeling." 

Now he feels good, he said. Since he left 

(the hospital, he has gained twenty 
pounds — an unusual amount for an AIDS 
patient. He walks long distances, runs and 
i goes dancing often with his friends. 

Wain's only present hope is the drug 

AZT. If, in this age of sterile clinical 

acronyms, AIDS is the newest name for the 

i newest Black Death, then AZT — the only 

drug approved by the FDA for use with 

'AIDS patients — is the acronym of hope for 

I the victims. But, like the pockets full of 

.posies of their medieval counterparts, it 

fails as miserably in warding off their 

I; ultimate doom. 

Doctors say Wain is responding well to 

| the AZT, marketed as Retrovir. But with 

the same doctors telling him he can expect 



to live only 1 8 months, every day holds the 
fear of the onset of another attack on his 
shattered immune svstem. 

"Even with Retrovir, I will eventually 
become sick again," he said, "probably with 
pneumonia or cancer. With any luck I'll 
live through the second illness, recover 
somewhat and go on. Apparently it's a 
progression — you keep getting sicker with 
time. 

"The difficult part of this illness is you 
don't know how to approach the rest of 
your life because you don't know if you 
really have those eighteen months, or if it's 
going to be eighteen years or eighteen days. 
No one can say. 

"There's a part of me that's almost willing 
to take the dare, to say: 'I'm going to make a 
long-term plan. I'm going to move to 
Atlanta next year. I want to audition for this 
part or I want to be in this film.' Then 
there's a part of me that's really afraid to 
tempt fate and to make a long term plan. 
There's just a part of me that lives for the 
day — for the moment." 

Depression and fear are his worst 
problems. Wain said. His most severe 
depression came when a friend, a UNC 
graduate, died of AIDS in May. 

"He didn't even know he was ill," Wain 
said. "He came down with pneumonia, and 
two weeks later he died. He didn't even 
have his eighteen months, and we didn't 
even know he was ill until the call came that 
he was dead. I was like, 'Oh shit, it could 
have been me.' There was a part of me that 
almost wished that it was — that it would 
have happened to me like that, that I would 
have gone that quickly and not have 
known." 

Throughout the depression and physical 
hardship. Wain has found support in his 
friends and family. He said he has not 
experienced the isolation and rejection that 
many AIDS victims complain of. 

"I can tell you that physical affection and 
words of encouragement are a much better 



tonic than the AZT I'm taking," he said. 
"It'sjust a shame that there are lots of AIDS 
patients out there who can't get that like I 
am." 

Although friends let him sleep at their 
homes for free, buy him meals, treat him to 
movies and let him borrow their cars, 
Wain's illness has reduced him to poverty. 

Federal Medicade paid his $15,000 
hospital bill and pays for his $1,000 
monthly drug costs, but his $300 monthly 
disability checks are not enough to live on. 

"I was going to school and working full 
time," Wain said. "I hadjust enough money 
to pay rent and that was about it. When I 
got sick, I had nothing. Imagine living on 
$300 a month and trying to pay rent. I kind 
of laugh when I think about it." 

Wain said he didn't have a boyfriend 
when he was diagnosed as having AIDS, 
and he doesn't know where he contracted 
the disease. He said he hasn't slept with 
anyone since he came down with AIDS. 

"I have seen a guy a couple of times 
recently," he said. "We have discussed it, 
and it is no problem with him as long as we 
are responsible: using condoms, not 
exchanging body fluids, etc. Just because I 
have AIDS does not mean I have to lead a 
celibate lifestyle, but it does mean I have a 
certain responsibility. Keeping that in 
mind, I guess I am getting back into the 
swing of things as far as going out with 
people and dating. I've missed doing that." 

Wain will not go gentle into that good 
night. He seizes the day, enjoying the time 
he spends with his friends and speaking 
about AIDS to groups around the Triangle. 

"It's almost flattering to be in a situation 
and to say I am a whole lot stronger than I 
thought," he said. "You discover a lot when 
you are faced with the monumental task of 
adjusting to your mortality. I think 
everyone has to do that at some point." 

James Farrer is editor of the Phoenix. 



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A Timely Protest 

Weak-kneed and Inspired, a Student Marches on Washington 



/{ nothing else, it was a timely protest. 
In the days and weeks after the 
Mobilization for Justice and Peace in 
Central America and Southern Africa, 
Contra forces killed American volunteer 
worker Benjamin Linder; President 
Reagan reiterated his commitment to 
Contra funding; retired Maj. Gen. Richard 
Secord, testifying before the committee 
investigating the Iran/Contra affair, not 
only joked about his involvement but 
smugly defended the policy; the extreme 
right-wing Conservative Party advanced in 
South Africa's white-only elections; and a 
"legal ethicist" interviewed on Ted 
Koppel's "Nightline" claimed he saw no 
need for civil disobedience in 1987 because 
there was no situation as extreme as, say, 
Nazism. 

The Washington Post called the April 25 
march and rally a '"60s-Style Protest," as if 
justice and peace were outre. 

For us protesters, the event was at once a 
means of showing solidarity with the 
oppressed peoples of Central America and 



by James Gardner 



Southern Africa and a vent for our anger 
and outrage over our country's foreign 
policies. It was also a celebration (albeit one 
dampened by a wintry Washington rain) of 
the coming together of about 75,000 
representatives of an America that rejects 
the exclusionist WASP definition of this 
country pushed by the mass media, 
politicians and businessmen. 

In many ways, of course, it was a '60s-style 
protest. At the morning rally, Peter, Paul 
and Mary sang "Blowin' in the Wind" and 
"This Land Is Your Land," and later I saw 
three tie-dyed shirted youths dancing in the 
mud a la Woodstock during a high-decibel 
performance by a funk band. Many of the 
banners and slogans invoked '60s protests 
in style and tone, and there was ample 
display of guerilla-theater protest, such as 
an Uncle Sam on stilts who bore a pale skull 
mask and hurled money bags representing 
Contra funding, or the bloody mannequin 
torso carried by two protesters that read 
"Contras is Another Word for Death 
Squad." 



If a single message could be inferred 
from this political gumbo, apart from the 
rejection of the Reagan administration's 
foreign policies, it was one of inclusion. 
These protesters, from the El Salvadoran 
mothers whose children had been 
massacred to the Detroit auto workers 
wearing baseball caps that sported 
anti-apartheid slogans, represented a 
diverse America. 

The Rainbow Coalition's multi-colored 
flag waving against the cloudy sky 
symbolized this diversity, but I'm not sure 
even Jesse Jackson envisioned so many 
different groups. According to the official 
program, 16 contingents marched, 
including: labor and religious groups, 
Latinos, Central America and South Africa 
activists, feminists, anti-racists, veterans, 
lesbians and gays, environmentalists, 
disarmament activists and the elderly. 

After gathering in the Ellipse adjacent to 
the White House, the groups marched in 

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the rain down Pennsylvania Avenue to the 
Capitol. They sang songs ("We Shall 
Overcome," "Down By The Riverside"), 
chanted slogans (The North Carolina 
contingent shouted, "Jesse Helms has Got 
to Go!") and carried flags and banners that 
identified themselves and stated their 
messages: "Jobs, not War and Racism," 
"Support El Salvador's Labor Movement," 
"CIA Out Of Nicaragua," "Victory to the 
ANC," "Nobody Needs Apartheid, 
Contras, SDI," "War — What Good is it For? 
Absolutely Nothing." There was even a 
group of cyclists carrying a banner that 
read "Bikes not Bombs in Central 
America." 

My experience of the protest was 
fragmented, as confirmed by my missing 
the climax of the day's events, the 
afternoon speeches at the Capitol by Jesse 
Jackson, Ed Asner and the others. My 
companion and I opted for food and 
shelter after spending hours in the cold and 
rain. Thin-skinned protesters, I admit. 

After taking refuge in the Library of 
Congress's restrooms and then eating 
cheese subs in a nearby Greek deli, it was 
almost time to head back to the bus for the 
trip home after a grim, wet day. 

The day's gloom was foreshadowed by 
our arrival from Chapel Hill, as the bus 
dispensed us in the Pentagon parking lot in 
the rain. If love and beauty were physically 
extracted from the world, the Pentagon 
would be the result; its facade is as ugly as 



all that goes on within. The cold and rain, 
therefore, seemed appropriate, as it was 
hard to imagine the sun ever shining on 
that massive tomb. 

Even the great symbols of freedom — the 
Washington Monument, the Capitol 
Building, the White House — appeared 
strange and distant. The monolithic 
structures seemed to merge with the clouds 
and the cold to give an aura of gray 
imposition and inaccessibility. 

My encounter with these architectural 
symbols, however, did not shape my 
experience nearly as forcefully as did the 
faces, voices and images of the protesters. I 
might not remember the little I heard of 
Jesse Jackson's speech, but I remember the 
brazen faces of the young El Salvadoran 
men who beat drums and chanted "No 
Pasaran!" 

I remember the family from 
Charlottesville, Va. who rode the Metro at 
day's end. The two small children, 
exhausted from the day's excitement, 
collapsed peacefully on their father's lap. I 
also remember the charcoal hair, the 
chiseled face and the proud eyes of the 
Latino man who pushed an elderly 
woman's wheelchair. 

On the one hand, there were many 
positive, even lighthearted, moments, such 
as the surprise family reunion I witnessed. 
"Grandpa!" shouted a woman and two 
teenagers happily as they rushed up to an 



elderly man who held a banner decrying 
the bomb. "We didn't know you were here!" 
Grandpa just smiled as beads of rain 
dropped from his nose. The family who 
protests together...? 

On the other hand, there were some 
depressing, even banal, moments. As we 
marched past the White House gates, I was 
frightened for an instant by what sounded 
like a machine gun. But the "rat-a-tat-tat" 
was only the product of some wooden 
thingamajig toted by a blonde college-aged 
youth in hiking boots. He grinned as he 
marched along chanting something about 
"kicking Reagan's ass." Arlo Guthrie was 
right when he said a person can be for 
peace and still be an asshole. 

Returning from Washington rain-soaked 
and weary, I brought home these items: a 
bus pass, a Metro ticket, a program of the 
day's events, a small red FMLN flag, a flyer 
calling for the boycott of General Electric, a 
flyer supporting the Puerto Rico 
Independence 16 and a badge protesting 
General Motors plant closings that reads, 
"A Job Is A Right." These were the symbols 
of a day's participation in democracy, of a 
small attempt to change the world for the 
better. 

As the news reminds relentlessly in the 
days and weeks since the march, there is 
plenty of work to be done. 

James Gardner is a graduate student in religion. 




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Black Apathy 

Activists Face ike Challenge of Complacency 



rhis was a pivotal year for black 
activism. 
But only because there wasn't 
much of it. 

Until an April 3 demonstration 
organized by the Black Student Movement, 
blacks had shown little visible concern for a 
range of issues that black leaders felt should 
have been drawing large numbers out to 
protest. 

Foremost among these was the 
University administration's failure to meet 
the terms of a 1981 federal consent decree 
for minority enrollment. Under the decree, 
predominantly white schools in the UNC 
system were to have black enrollment of 
greater than 10.6 percent by 1987. Blacks 
made up just 7.8 percent of the 1986-87 



by Guy Lucas 

undergraduate population, however, a 
drop from 8.8 percent in 1985-86 and 9.5 
percent in 1984-85. Blacks accounted for 
9.41 percent of the 1986 freshman class, 
compared with 10.9 percent in 1984. 

Yet protests over these figures remained 
confined largely to black leaders, who 
claimed the administration wasn't trying, 
despite University officials saying they 
made "a good-faith effort." 

The apparent decline of black activism 
from its peak in 1 983-84, when the Campus 
Governing Council attempted to defund 
the Black Ink and take away the BSM Gospel 
Choir's travel money, frustrates current 
and past black leaders. 

"What it tells me is there is complacency," 
said Reggie Holley, speaker of the CGC in 



1984-85 and 1985 candidate for student 
body president, in an interview for the 
Phoenix. "When you build and rest and pat 
yourselves on the back and say 'Look what 
we've got now,' it says, 'Let's put out the 
fires."' 

The concensus is that blacks have lost a 
focus for their activism; that no great, 
central issue dominates their attention. 
While three years ago blacks turned out to 
show concern over the BSM's fight to win 
the use of the Upendo Lounge in Chase 
Hall, little attention has been given to the 
development of the Black Cultural Center. 
Sherrod Banks, 1983-85 BSM president, 
said part of the reason is a fundamental 
difference in the nature of the problems. 

"There is no less involvement on the part 

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Black Activism 87 



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of the work concerned, ...it's just that 
Upendo was seen as a confrontation — the 
BSM versus the administration," he said. 

The BCC struggle is in having students 
doing paperwork and wading through 
bureaucracy they aren't trained for, he 
said. It took two years, but construction 
began in the spring. 

Lacking a crisis, black leaders have had 
the difficult task of having to try to motivate 
the students. 

"Minority enrollment is a crisis, but it's 
not perceived as one," Banks said. "They 
have heard it so long.. ..It's not a new sore, 
it's an old sore that has been reopened." 

The major black issues — enrollment, 
faculty and student retention, the BCC and 
divestment — have proven to be difficult as 
motivators since many blacks don't perceive 
these as having a direct effect on their lives. 

"It's like we're waiting for some issue 
that's going to bring us together again," 
said 1985-86 BSM President Sibby 
Anderson. There are issues out there, but 
"people wait for a big issue." 

Black involvement is also sorely lacking 



in the campus's largest mostly white 
groups, such as Student Government and 
The Daily Tar Heel. Only one black ran for 
Student Congress, the group that controls 
student fees spending, and candidates for 
DTH editor always promise to increase 
minority representation at the paper, often 
with a "recruitment program" that never 
seems to materialize. 

Holley said he felt that a more active BSM 
was needed to encourage more blacks to get 
involved in all groups. During the April 3 
rally in front of South Building, newly 
elected BSM President Kenny Perry and 
other black leaders strongly encouraged 
blacks to do just that. 

Another major cause of the decline of 
visible black activism is the perception that 
racism has been defeated, black leaders 
said. 

Eric Walker, 1 986-87 BSM vice president 
and a well-recognized black activist on 
campus, said some blacks were focusing on 
academics to the exclusion of all else. 

"Many blacks take the attitude: i'm at 



Carolina, one of the best schools in the 
nation, therefore I've made it,'" he said. 
They ignore the aid cuts or racist attitudes 
that keep other blacks out. "As long as they 
feel that way, that's the biggest failure in 
itself." 

Walker and Banks said activism hasn't 
necessarily declined, but rather the nature 
of the threat has changed and is causing 
activism to change and meet it. 

"The racist aspect of society is much 
more subtle now," Walker said. "You 
cannot come out and say, 'racism,' without 
conclusive proof." 

Black leaders now are working to find 
new ways to motivate the mass of black 
students to become more involved. At the 
April 3 rally, they promised greater 
visibility from the BSM and a concerted 
effort to go reach out to black students. 

The next year will tell black leaders if 
that's all that's needed, or if the problem is 
really more complicated. 

Guy Lucas is associate editor of the Phoenix. 









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Coalition for Alternatives to 
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Profile 



Exorcising Shearon Harris 

CiAvnynings Conjures ike Spirits of ike Piedmoni 



A Uwarian sandstone, a chalice, two 
J I shining crystals, bark cloth from the 
W I Philippines, a homemade ceramic 
chart that follows the waxing and waning of 
the moon and multi-colored gourd rattles: 
it is from these objects that Bill Cummings 
tapped energy and wisdom for his fight 
against the Shearon Harris nuclear plant. 
"All my life I think I have been creating 
altars," said Cummings, who lives in Chapel 
Hill and is a co-founder of the Coalition for 
Alternatives to Shearon Harris. 

The objects listed above make up one of 
two altars he has arranged in his home, and 
each object has a special meaning. The 
chalice was passed around during two 
pre-CASH retreats in which future 



by Marcie Cloutier 

members informed and empowered 
themselves for the imminent fight against 
Carolina Power and Light, owners of the 
plant. 

Cummings brought the bark cloth from 
the Philippines, where he confirmed his 
anti-nuclear beliefs after he observed the 
workings of a Philippine plant. Cummings 
said the plant, funded by the United States, 
was poorly planned and unsafe, and the 
Philippine people were denied a voice in 
the decision to build it. 

He made the ceramic moon chart 
himself. He said that charting time through 
the waxing and waning of the moon puts 
him in closer touch with the pulse of 
Nature, the pulse of the Piedmont. 



"The deeper parts of myself, older 
wisdom, spirit gods and the spirits of this 
place — whatever divinity exists is 
happening now," he said. "It's moving 
energy." 

For Cummings, the direct voices of 
Nature provide sustenance on a personal, 
local and national level, especially 
regarding resource policy. He attributes his 
most effective preparation for CASH to the 
months he lived off the land near the Haw 
River in Alamance County. There, he said, 
he listened to the murmur of the trees and 
the river, the sounds of spirituality. 

"The message I clearly heard was to 
stand up for the integrity of the ecological 
system, our integrity as people," he said. 



90 Bill Cuyyiyriings 



"We don't have to subject our children to 
poison." 

When CASH'S fight got underway in 
April 1986, though, he was out of the forest 
and back in his McCauley Street home, 
where the soft, natural murmurs became 
the earnest and dedicated voices of 
hundreds of CASH activists working there 
at all hours. 

Soon, Cummings said, his roommates 
moved out. He saw less and less of his 
children and lost touch with his parents. 
The entire downstairs of his home was 
converted into CASH headquarters. 

CASH's primary concerns were 
provisions for public protection in the 
operation of the plant, the cost of the plant 
to the taxpayer and viable and safer energy 
alternatives to which the plant could be 
converted. 

Cummings gravitated toward a grass 
roots, community level approach to 
planning. 

"We must tap the built-in healing 
mechanisms which exist in our 
communities," he said, "and not resort to 
the mechanical, linear, we'11-fix-it approach 
our country uses now." 

His current attitude draws from his work 

in the "opposite camp," i.e. national 

I government, to whom he attributes the 



high-tech, linear approach. He has worked 
for such agencies as the World Bank and 
the United Nations as an 
environmental/ecological specialist. 

"There [I saw that] too much of the 
diversity of life is being lost to mechanical 
and technical growth and development," 
he said. 

CASH has garnered a large following, 
and in the course of a year, influenced 
major decisions, such as resolutions by local 
assemblies opposing Shearon Harris and 
Chatham County's decision refusing 
participation in the evacuation plan 
required by federal law. 

With every step forward, though, the 
group has been pushed back. A report 
from a confidential informant working in 
the plant that alleged faulty construction 
and violations of building regulations by 
workers was judged unreliable by the 
federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission. 

Cummings said the NRC response was 
not surprising. He said that the NRC and 
the federal government promote nuclear 
energy with very little emphasis on its safety 
and the frequent violations of regulations. 

Despite the efforts of CASH, Shearon 
Harris went into full commercial operation 
in spring 1987. But Cummings' 



perseverance has not diminished. 

According to him, the future strategy of 
CASH lies in more effective publication of 
the health hazards of low-level radiation 
emissions, the economic squeeze imposed 
on the taxpayer by an increase in the base 
tax rate and results from the monitoring of 
radiation emissions by a group affiliated 
with CASH. 

Furthermore, Cummings intends to 
create a Center for Regional Alternatives. 
Just as Shearon Harris has viable 
alternatives, he said, there are a host of 
alternatives regarding other pressing 
environmental issues, such as the 
contamination of our waters. 

"We need participation, dialogue," he 
said. "We need to encourage the 
celebration of this place, re-sanctify this 
region. There's a way to harvest our 
resources so we may yield forever." 

Many might view skeptically Cummings' 
politics, his notion of "community healing" 
and his grass roots methods, but his energy 
and tenacity through two years of work 
with CASH lend immense credit to his 
empowering personal energy resource: the 
natural life around him and its spirit gods. 

Marcie Cloutier is a writer for the Phoenix. 




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StudentBodyShaman 



Billy Warden Tickles Ouir Tarry Toes 



/t is the day after graduation, and the 
music stores on Franklin Street have 
just been hand-delivered a fresh supply 
of Billy Warden's first record, a 45 rpm disc 
cut with two more-or-less-hit singles and 
wearing a low-budget homemade dust 
cover. Outside in the vernal heat, Billy's 
black-and-chrome Buick Electra is idling in 
neutral. From tail to nose it measures 20 
feet — a dinosaur of a car, the kind that went 
out of style fast during the Arab oil 
embargo. The cracked blue plastic 
dashboard, with its tilt steering wheel, 
"climate control" knobs and power-window 
toggles, is like the control panel of an 
aircraft. The gas pedal is the size of a 
shoebox lid. 

Billy comes out of a record shop, waving 
and fairly screaming at passersby. He 
jumps in, starts talking, and the 



by Sean Rowe 

magnanimous car moves off into traffic. 
The town falls away, and now there are 
cows and horses, green fields and red clay. 
You are going for a ride in the country with 
what Zen Buddhists call an "original mind." 

"I really believe everything I've said," 
Billy insists. "I would say I really do firmly 
believe that there are little purple 
helicopters flying all around us all the time 
doing traffic reports for some small purple 
colony, and I believe that every time you 
itch there's an earthquake in Mongolia." 

When you called Billy at his home in 
Raleigh this morning, the telephone hardly 
had a chance to ring before he answered: 
"Oh! Oh, my God, you scared me! Hello?" 
Billy explains that he was talking to and 
caressing the phone at the very moment 
you called. "You know, my mother has a 
thing about plants — I have a thing about 



appliances and so forth." 

Billy gives you a pair of overlarge, 
square-lensed sunglasses. You put them on. 
The cows turn purple along the roadside 
and the red clay bright pink. You are seeing 
the world through the eyes of Billy 
Warden, and the world is a beautiful sight. 
The Buick begins to shake furiously — there 
is something wrong with the steering, and 
on the whole the machine is just too big for 
the road — but you feel safe nonetheless. On 
the front seat there is a big chromatic 
harmonica made in Shanghai and an 
orange hairbrush. There is a small 
collection of cassette tapes, ranging from 
"Van Halen" to "Best of the Monkees" and 
including some experimental cuts by Billy's 
band, the Floating Children. In the back 
seat, amid piles of clothes, an unstrung 
electric guitar, lawn chairs and an empty 




94 Billy Warden 



suitcase, there is the same plastic reindeer 
Billy rode onstage the night be became Mr. 
UNC, "the University's most spirited 
individual." There is a dessicated leather 
sombrero roasting in the sun and an 
unopened package of plastic handcuffs 
from a tov store with a note scrawled on the 
back: "Dear Billy, They say June weddings 
are the best. How 'bout it? Lolita." 

Writing about Billy Warden is like trying 
to nail Jell-O to a wall. Everyone has a Billv 
Warden story. There was the time he 
climbed down through a manhole in the Pit 
and emerged moments later swearing up 
and down that he'd seen former UNC 
president William Fridav hunkered down 
in the sewer. There was the time he 
canvassed Franklin Street in his fluorescent 
green jump suit and gave away free samples 
of a delicacy he called "furrv doowinkles," 
made from toothpaste and Chinese 
noodles. It was Billy who promised to 
convert the gas stations of Chapel Hill into 
"Funoco Stations" and first uncovered the 
University's secret practice of issuing 
anti-sex pills to incoming freshman women. 
And on and on. 

Billy Warden, to put it vaguely, is a 
"celebrity," the only one we have, and his 
celebrity and talent are amorphous, 
wide-ranging. He's involved in graphic art. 
He's involved in broadcast media. He's 
involved in print journalism. He's involved 
in music. He's involved in theater, forensics 
and public relations. He's involved in the 



process of making his life a poem — one that 
is funny and rich and shared constantly 
with the people around him. And like any 
busy artist, he is interested in creating and 
doing more than he's interested in 
explaining himself. 

While one of Billy's eight competitors in 
the race for the Mr. UNC crown actually 
announced he intended to use his "power" 
to stop apartheid in South Africa if elected. 
Billy had this to sav about his own bid: 

"I have an extra internal organ, and it's a 
Henry Kissinger-shaped organ between my 
stomach and liver. It emits fumes and juices 
that force me into doing things like this." 
And after he w on. interviewed astraddle his 
plastic reindeer and garbed in his purple 
cape and peaked witch's hat, he said: "I feel 
like an orange tree that thinks it's growing 
oranges, and one dav a huge person comes 
along with a four-foot flexible, 
multi-colored, polka-dotted foam rubber 
fang and says, 'These aren't oranges. 
They're mother-of-pearl inlaid 
diamonds.'" In other words. Billy was 
pleased. 

Rumor has it that Billy has "mellowed" in 
his last year at UNC. One explanation is 
that he is channeling a good portion of his 
effusive, hypernatural energy into his 
band. Suddenly Billy Warden and the 
Floating Children seem to be plaving every 
club in the Triangle. They are also 
planning their first full-length album, to be 



produced and distributed with the help of 
Record Bar Chairman Barry Bergman. 

The band is surprisingly good, the music 
is eminently danceable and completely 
original. In the Floating Children Billy has 
found, for the moment at least, a vehicle for 
a more concise articulation of his favorite 
madcap themes: the humorous aspects of 
the "human sexual response" ("Butt" and 
"Pink Underwear"); the weird world of the 
homogenized New South ("Electric 
Southern Boy"); sensual, childlike visions 
of nature and technology ("Sprinkler"); the 
fun and foolishness of popular cinema 
("Nightmare on Elm Street, Part IV 7 "). And 
in songs like "Cosmic Rock Star" and with 
the help of his ubiquitous Republican go-go 
girls, Billy parodies the rock music medium 
itself, while he retains all the hypnotic 
power of the demigod rockandroller. 

Not everyone has joined the Billv 
Warden personality cult. There are those 
who think there must be something wrong 
with his brain. There are those who write 
him off as "a flake." There are those cynics 
who believe he is cynical, a self-promoter, a 
medium without a message. No matter; the 
"question" of Billy Warden is in the end a 
question of faith — you either have it or you 
don't. True believers know that if you have 
missed Billy Warden, you have missed the 
boat to fantasy island. 

Sean Rowe is assistant editor of the Phoenix. 




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Profile 



Mellowing In Rust 

A Sculptor Copes with Criticism and Indifference 



■ A ^hen I first interviewed James 
\f\f Heath Miller two years ago, I 
V Y knew him as Max. But for the 
article he told me to refer to him as Jim. 

So when I went through the first draft of 
the article I was writing for the Phoenix, I 
changed all the Maxs to Jims and thought it 
strange that his given name didn't fit him 
nearly so well as the name he gave himself. 
Max from Where the Wild Things Are 
seemed far more appropriate for the 
sullen, very thin man who chain-smoked 
imported cigarettes opposite me in the 
classically dim atmosphere of the Carolina 
Coffee Shop. 

In much the same way that the Coffee 
Shop seemed to strive for elegance — falling 
one step short — Max, at times earnestly, at 
times laconically, described the universal 
statement he was trying to make with his 
huge concrete and steel structure in front 
of the Davis Library. Through that piece, 
he said at the time, he was speaking for the 
common man, expressing an ineffable 
angst, forcing the existential dilemma into 
bold form: "a fist slamming down on the 
world." 

That was over two years ago, and the Max 
who asked me to call him Jim I now know as 
Heath. And though within the last year he 
displayed another large steel sculpture on 
the UNC campus, he has not created a new 
sculpture in almost a year. 



by Beth Haas 



Now as the gnarled steel fist slowly rusts 
into its concrete base, Heath shies away 
from his former pronouncements of 
profound meaning and universal 
significance. As he said in a recent 
interview, "the grandiose statements are 
bullshit." 

Now he claims simply that the Davis 
sculpture "works." "It works in the way it 
geometrically deals with the space," he said. 

As is his habit, we met late at night after 
he closed Swensen's Ice Cream Factory, 
where he has worked for almost five years. 
With his still very thin legs jutting out of 
shorts, which if I saw on anyone else would 
label him to me a bagger, and a couple 
books — I assumed philosophy — scattered 
about him, he "rambled" for me. 

He said he had little to bullshit about this 
time and that his attitude and very 
approach to his "first big piece" were very 
naive. 

"As part of my education, it was good for 
what it was," he said. "I had only been doing 
sculpture a year before I did that. And it 
was good for what it was trying to do even 
though at the time I had these grandiose 
ideas. I wouldn't have said this then, but the 
sheer scale of the work made it very safe 
because it's intimidating. It clearly took a lot 
of work. And with a large piece, it forces 
people to react — you're sure to get a 



response." 

The magnitude of the Davis sculpture 
and its prominent place on campus did 
force a reaction, and public response 
catalyzed the changes in his attitude toward 
his work perhaps as much as doing the 
piece itself. 

I remember hanging out at the sculpture 
listening to passing comments — and 
everyone who passed by did comment — as 
Heath, in his worn jeans and white T-shirts, 
directed the maintenance crew in pouring 
the concrete and welding the steel. 

Whether or not the sculpture's message 
was universal, the response seemed 
universally shared. I heard it called the 
wrecked helicopter, a rat's nest and, now, 
the sculpture from hell. 

Slightly defensive but hardly apologetic, 
Heath said, "It fits perfectly with what I was 
about at the time. So the negative reaction, 
the way people were approaching it, really 
blew me away. I couldn't believe the 
antagonism to the first one. That made me 
sit back and think. I thought it was my 
fault." 

He added, with the same ease with which 
I've heard him rattle off the role of various 
artists in the complex relationships between 
art movements, "It messed me up bad." 

When he displayed his second 
piece — large, steel, three separate parts, 



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near Howell Hall — it was vandalized by 
students, and for a few nights he stayed 
with it to see who would want to attack his 
art, this time physically. 

"The last pieces, I don't think were my 
fault," he said. "They weren't overbearing. 
They were very light and airy. The only 
problem was, possibly, they were very 
attractive, overly attractive. But the attitude 
i of the vandals was drunken revelry. I don't 
think they were directing anger toward an 
object generally held up in society as some 
privilege or rank. I don't think those people 
had the capacity to make those distinctions. 

"I just don't think the atmosphere on 
campus is conducive to sculpture or art in 
general. I really don't. And I'm not sure 
whose fault that is. You don't have to be 
super intelligent to approach something 
that's unfamiliar and attempt to deal with it. 
A small percentage of people will deal with 
it, people from all walks of life." 

During the interview I noted how quickly 
he wanted to point out his naivete of two 
years ago and show how relaxed he'd 



become about others' regard for his work. 
But also, as the ashtray filled and even I 
reached my limit of Diet Cokes, I never 
concluded that he had sold out. 

He seemed instead to have come to a 
turning point where frustration with the 
"corruption" of American "cultureless" 
society led him to other outlets. 

"There is no connection here with 
anything," he said. "It's just freewheeling; 
it's lost; it's drifting aimlessly because there 
is no connection with a value system, history 
or anything. Money is the only thing that 
matters. And this generation especially has 
had the real good life. It's always been 'go 
out there and get as much as you can. It's all 
there for you.' That's the whole direction of 
American society. It's why I'm leaving the 
country." 

So instead of building massive structures 
as testaments to his talent and energy, he 
studies philosophy and plans to go to 
Germany now to learn German, so he 
doesn't have to read its great philosophers 
in translation. After a time in Germany he 



plans to study art in South Africa, where 
the people, because of racial turmoil, 
cannot afford to be so complacent, he said. 

When I said that maybe there was a 
connection between the common UNC 
dream of owning a BMW and becoming an 
investment banker and the individualistic 
spirit of his drive to create, he stopped me. 

Leaning forward, one hand in a loosely 
clenched fist, his normally brooding eyes 
gleaming with determination, he said: 
"Something can be yours, your own work, 
but if it's not innovative, you haven't gone 
far enough. You haven't said anything for 
anyone to think about. I want to really hit 
that note, say something with other than 
sheer size. I want to say something more 
tangible, to take risks in the art world so the 
idea has more impact. I want so badly just to 
get it I don't know." 

To get it would be getting more than a 
fine car and chic apartment. To get it, I 
agreed, would be to say something. 

Beth Haas is editor of the Cellar Door. 



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Seniors 

4,172 Fourth and Fifth Year Seniors 



Helen Abbott, Apex 

Macon Ahbotl . Bay Shore. N.Y. 

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Frank Abernethy. Charlotte 

Maria Ackers. Mentor, Ohio 

Skeen Ad cock, Roxhoto 

Victor Akin, Manchester, Mo. 

Karen Alexander. Stonewall 



Kelly Alexander. Matthews 

Leanne Alexander, Chefryviile 

Lyneite Alexander. Chapel Hill 

Victor M Altcknaviich, Hockessin, Del. 

Damon Allen, Concord 

John Allen. Durham 

Judy Allen. Tar Heel 

Frank Alleva. Gastonia 



Robert Allison, Old Fori 

James Allman, Havelock 

Charlotte Almond. Newell 

Andy Alspaugh, Greensboro 

Penny Alston. Louisburg 

Cynthia King Alvarez, San/ord 

Phillip Arnan, Jacksonville 

Margie Ambrose, iWanru Harbor 



Susan Amos, Graham 

Burton Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. 

Carolyn Anderson, Sanford 

J. Robert Anderson. Asheville 

Ruth M Anderson. Raleigh 

Sibby Anderson, Chapel Hill 

John R Andrew Jr.. Wilmington 

Celeste Andrews. Charlotte 



Kirk B Andrews, Carrboro 

R James Andrews, Raleigh 

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James Arno, Raeford 

W. Richard Arnold II, Chapel Hill 

Tracy Arrowood, Rostboro 

Margaret Ashy. Cory 

Shannon Collier Ash burn, Chapel Hill 

Susan Ash com, Tryon 

Virginia Alkins. Gastonia 

Karen Atkinson, Winston -Salem 

Nicholas Avera. Raleigh 

Jill Avett, Murphy 

Mary Charles Avinger, Davidson 

Mclanie Avolis. Washington 

Michael Ayers, L 



Matthew Ayotte, Gastonia 

Naweed Azam, Staley 

Beth Babcr. Chapel Hill 

Tommy Bagwell. Charlotte 

Brad Bailey. Charlotte 

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Betsy Baldridge, Winston-Salem 

Bill Baldridge. Chapel Hill 



Patrick Ballantme, Wilmington 

Scotlie Layne Ballard, Maysville 

Sherman Bamlord, Greensboro 

f Beth Barbee. Burlington 

Cathie Bardcn. Raleigh 

John Bare. Carrboro 

Michelle Barger, Doylestown, Pa. 

Felicia Barlowe, Carrboro 



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Beverly Barnhill, Wmston-SaUm 
Margaret Barred, Carrbora 
Laurie Batlisla, Henderumville 
V'ann Ba\lt-\ ( toy 
Ernest Baylor, Chapel Hill 
Palricia A Beany, Catawba 
Queenie Beck with, Dover 
Tanya Beeren, Chariotte 



Asa Bell. Wadesbora 
Karen Benfield. Chapel Hilt 
Traci Benfield. Salisbury 
Thomas Bennett. Reid\i-ttlr 
Christopher Bensen. Raleigh 
Man Beth Berkley, Durham 
Rebecca Berman. Chapel Hilt 
Edward Best. KenanswlU 



W Kevin Best. Graham 
Les Bethune. LdUngton 
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Sandra Bishop. Raleigh 
Anne Black. Bartow, Fla 
Sandra Black. Winston-Salem 
Amy Blackburn. Thurmond 



Julie Blackwell, Oxford 

Tonya Blackwell. Oxford 

Susan M Blair. Southern Pines 

Joseph Blake. Salifbury 

Kim Blake. Gattonia 

Edward Bochm. Signal Mountain, 

David Boggs. Graham 

Mary Bohland. Southport 

Dale Boles. Walnut Cove 
Sarah Bollinger. Tryon 
Christopher L. Bond. Gretna, Va. 



George Bond. Charlotte 
James R Bone. Tallahassee. Fla 
Joseph 1 Bonnin. Gastonta 



Deirdre Booker. Cramerton 
Andrea Boone, Winston-Salem 
Dana Bosuc, Matthews 



Gregory Boston. Raleigh 
Kim Bottoms, Statesiille 
Connie Bouldin. Ptitsbara 



Heidi Bowden. Elizabeth City 
Jaada Bowens. Chapel Hill 
David Ford Bowers. Raleigh 
Sherry Bowlin, Millers Creek 
Anita Boyd, Granite Quarry 
Kim Boyette, Louisburg 
Jevonne Bradley. Fayettrville 
Karen Bradshaw. Vatdese 



Michael Bradshaw, Durham 
Ronney Bradshaw. Rurhlands 
Lesa Brcwinglon, Clinton 
Kevin Bridges, Norwood 
Kim Bridges, Charlotte 
James Bnggs, Wtnston-Salem 
Renee Bnley. Stokes 
Sharol Brill, Greensboro 



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Patrick. Broadway, Kinston 

Charles Broadwell, Fayetteville 

Beverly Brock, Charlotte 

Fred Brody, Baltimore, Aid. 

Allyn Brooks. Hillsborough 

Clayton M. Brooks. Chapel Httl 

Keith Brooks, Cary 

Angela Broome, Monroe 



Keith B. Brower, Winston-Salem 

Adrienne Brown. W uuton-Salem 

Carla Brown, Chapel Hill 

Christopher Brown, Raleigh 

Daryl Brown. Greensboro 

Juone Brown. W tmton-Salem 

Lone Brown, Winston-Salem 

Rebecca Brown, Fayetteville, N.Y. 



Retta Brown, New Bern 

Sandra Kay Brown, Cary 

Sharon Denise Brown. Greenville 

Trevaughn Brown, Reulsville 

Pamela Brute, Matthew 

Patricia Brute. Windsor, Conn. 

Samantha Brute, Alt. Olive 

Charles R. Bryan, Chapel Hill 




Michael R. Klein, from Duck, N.C. 



104 Seniors 




Ginger Lea Bryant. Thomasvxlle 
Jerry W. Bryant, Greensboro 
Joy Brvant, Raleigh 
Lee Bryant, Wilkesboro 
Patricia Bryant, Hunternille 
Robin Bryant, Raleigh 
Angela Buchanan, St anon 
Nancy Buckley. Chapel Hill 



Diana Bucolo, Chapel Hill 
Eric Bullard.Cfca/w/Hi// 
Susan K Bullard, Fayettetille 
Cindy Bumgarner, Wilkesboro 
Sherry Bunting. Marion 
Laurie Burbank. Gibsonville 
Pamela Burchetie, Chapel Hill 
Beth Burd, Greensboro 



Dawn Burke, High Point 
Greg Burlos. Charlotte 
Benjamin A. Burnet, Suwanee. Co 
Dana Burnette. Graham 
Melinda Burnette. Spruce Pine 
Malcolm Burns, Monroe 
Patrick Burns, Hubert 
Caroline Burts, Charlotie 



Beme Burwell. Monroe 

Chip Butler. Liberty 

Karen Butler. Roseboro 

Belinda Bvrd. Asheboro 

Cronin Byrd. Springfield. \'a. 

Jennifer Byrd, Fayettei'ille 

Laura Calhoun, Garner 

Barbara Callahan. Coral Spnngi, Fla 

Patrick M. Callaway. Hookerton 
Thomas M Camacho. Raleigh 
Ana Campbell. Asheboro 
David E Campbell, Kannapolis 
Elizabeth Campbell. Lookout Sltn , Tenn 
John Campbell, Rocky River, Ohio 
Mary Ellen Cannon. Wilmington 
Jon Canupp. Clemmons 

April Carr, Shelby 
Mary Dee Carraway. Windsor 
Bnan Carroll, Greensboro 
Elaine C. Carroll, Carrboro 
Amy Carter. Hope Mills 
Felecia Carter. Greensboro 
Steve Bainbndge Carter. Raleigh 
Trey Carter, Gastonta 



Tristan Carter. Greensboro 
Anna Catherine Carver, Roxboro 
Michael D Carver, Roxboro 
Megan Lee Casey, Raleigh 
Rosemary Casey, Raleigh 
David Cashwell. Chapel Hill 
Greg Cavenaugh. Greenville 
Susan Chabay, Wanchese 



Jeff Chambers. Carrboro 
Karol Chambers, Carrboro 
Marv Kelly Chambers. Raleigh 
Jenny Chapman, Frankliniille 
Latta Chapman, Charlotte 
Geneva Susan Chappell, Rural Hall 
Nathalie Chase, Southern Pines 
Brenda Chason, Chapel Hill 

Chrisiv Chason, High Point 
Anne Checkoway, Chapel Hill 
Sarah Cheney, Eton College 
Gary Chesson, Durham 
Angela Chiles. High Point 
Roosevelt Chisolm, Fayettei'ille 
Caroline Chiliv, New Bern 
R. Denise Chouinard, Wtnston-Satem 



Monica Chrawan, Roie Hill 
Andre Christopher, AshtvtlU 
Jonathan Clark, Norfolk. Va. 
Sandy Clarke. Raleigh 
John Clavin, Wilmington 
Abbie Clayton, Benson 
Blake Clayton. Rockingham 
William Russell Clegg, Greensboro 



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Rebecca P Cloninger, Dallas 

David Coburn, Walkertown 

Pamela Coggins. Arden 

Kenneth Cohen, Miami, Fla. 

Patricia Colclough, Durham 

David Cole, Greenville. S.C. 

Jseph 1. Coleman, Hillsborough 

Constantino Collias, Charlotte 



Flavel Collins. StonevilU 

Maggie Collins. Raleigh 

Sandra Collins, Chapel Hill 

Shannon Collins, Kernersvitle 

Cathy Colquitt, High Point 

Carol Colvin, Grand Blanc. Mich 

Juliane Conley, St. Petersburg. Fla 

Kim Connolly. Agiiura Hills, Calif, 

Betsy Conrad. Pleasant Garden 

Margaret Lynn Cooke, Smithjteld 

Mary Ruth Cooke, Greensboro 

Rhonda Cooke, Grover 

James Coon Jr., Charlotte 

Grady Cooper III, Raleigh 

Helene Cooper. Carrboro 

Linda Cooper, Raleigh 

Shelley Copeland. Gastonia 

Louis Corrigan, Atlanta, Ga. 

Karen Cottingham, Greenville 

Juanette Council, Fayettevtllr 

Ray Courtney. Greenville, S.C. 

Pamela Covais, Pine Brook. N.J. 

Harold Cox, Climax 

Catherine Coxe, Darlington, S.C. 

Mark A. Crabb. Winston-Salem 

Laurel Craft, Winston-Salem 

Lynn Craig, Ml Holly 

Terri Cranfield, Chapel Hill 

Margaret K. Craven. Greensboro 

George Graver, Florence. S.C. 

Bob Crawford, Charlotte 

Derek Crawford, Hamlet 



Thomas Crawford, Charlotte 
M- Carmen C reach, Shelby 
Angela Creasy, FayettevitU 
Elaine Grace Cruciani, Charlotte 
Dana Dalton, Walnut Cove 
Pam Danford, Shallotte 
Frances Daniel. Providence 
Julie M. Daniels, Charlotte 



Anna Davenport. Ri/ch Mount 

Allyson Mia Davis, Kinston 

Brian Davis, Candler 

Joseph Corner Davis III, Rockingham 

Russell Davis. Charlotte 

Sarah Davis, Yanceyville 

Toi Davis, Greensboro 

Tracey Davis, Robersunville 



Karen DeBruhl, Chapel Hill 

Avclita de Leon, Raleigh 

Bobbie DeVnes, Engleu-ood. Fla 

Yiioshi DeBerry, McLeansiille 

Carrie Deenei . Raleigh 

Karen Dejong, Youngsvitle 

Cheryl Deloaich, Murfrecboro 

Joseph Dempster, Wtnston-Salem 

Beth Denny. Wnuton-Salem 

Sheryl Denny, Roxboru 

Michele Demon, Louisburg 

Su/anne Desoye, Garden City. N.Y. 

Valerie Dick, Raleigh 

Thomas G. Dickerson. High Point 

Alexander Dickey. Atlanta, Ga 

Katherme Dickinson. Chadds Ford, Pa 



Michael Dickson, Charlotte 

Chaudron Dillard. Dublin, Ga 

Laura Dillard. Concord 

Susa/i Dillon. Savannah. Ga. 

Penny Dingier, Mooresvtlle 

James Dinwiddle. Lynchburg, Va. 

Gary Divers, Ralrtgh 

Denise Dixon, Winston -Salem 



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Mark Doggett. Raleigh 
Marv Donahue, Washington, [> ( 
Mollv Donahue, Washington, D C 
Sidney Mark Donahue, Indian Trail 
Kara Virginia Donaldson, Deruood. Md 
Vann W Donaldson, Charlotte 

Donnelly, Durham 
Johm W. Dorminev. Charlotte 



Siephanie Draper. ,V Canton, Ohio 
Jane Drenkhahn. Fayetteitlte 
Heather Drummond. Potomac. Md 
Lvneite Duke. Chapel Hill 
Jamie Carol Dumas. Chapel Hill 
Joseph Duncan. Raleigh 
Kimberly Duncan. Chapel Hill 
Richard Duncan, Xashmlle, Tenn 



Gwendolyn Duneyant, Durham 
Anne Dunlap. Statennlle 



Leigh Dunn. Birmingham. Ala 
Sandra Durham, Chapel Hill 



Valerie Eaker. Cherryitlte 
Susan Easter. Cory 



Elizabeth Eckert. Fairfield, Conn. 
Marshall Edgison, Charlotte 



David Edson, Greensboro 
Carla D Edwards. Wilson 



James Edwards. Smithfitld 
Jeff Edwards. High Point 
Ronda Edwards. Chapel Hill 
Samanlha Edwards, Tabor City 
Tovneite Edwards. Lexington 
Catherine Eichhorn. Greensboro 
Chnsune Ellioi. Bay Shore. NY. 
Marina Elliot. Eruin 



Mark Emerv. Charlotte 
Caren England. Wilson 
John Ensslin. St. Augustine. Fl 
Steven Epstein. Carrboro 
Janet Ervin. Bynum 
Porter Eskndge. Greensboro 
Jennifer Essen, Graham 
Kenneth Essick. Wtnston-Saler 



Renee Estep. Greensboro 
Pamela Estes. Franklin 
Fredrick Evans. Salisbury 
Lee Kimball Evans, Decatur. Ala. 
Palra Evans. Winston-SaUm 
Wesley Everett. Baltimore. Md. 
Jimmy Faircloth. Fayettn-ille 
MarvEllen Falcone, Trumbull. Conn 



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John Fannev. Roanoke Rapids 
Kelly Farmer, Baltimore. Md 



Randall Farmer, Charlotte 
James Farrer, Chattanooga. Tenn. 



Yosia Farnngton, Chapel Hill 
Angela Farns, Charlotte 



Charles Felton. Kinston 
Tyran Fennell, Greensboro 



Charles Fernandez, Fayetteville 
Stanley Ferrell. Durham 



Vicki Ferns, Chapel Hill 

Elise Fialkowski. Huntingdon Valley, Pa 

Patrick Fields, Charlotte 

Anita Fine. Albemarle 

Dorothy Fischler, Morehead City 

David Fisher, Raleigh 

George Fisher, Morganton 

Jeri Fisher, Shngerlands, NY 

Jennifer Fite, Raleigh 

Philip Fitiame, Greensboro 

Catherine Fins, Camp Lejeune 

Jeff Fleagle,' Greensboro 

Waller Fletcher, Chapel Hill 

Deborah Flowers, Slatesi'ille 

Robert Flynn Jr., Mebane 

Tammy Folk, Matthews 

Chip Romeo Fontaine, Cory 

Laura Ford, Hixson, Tenn 

Maria Beth Forgione. Chapel Hill 

Rebecca Fowler, Hamlet 

Carolyn Gardner Fox, Reston, Va. 

Leslie C Fox. Raleigh 

Marc Francis. Durham 

Benjamin Franklin, Charlotte 

Sheryl Frantz. Dunwoody, Ga. 

Nancy Freeman, Eden 

Frank Frenduto. Emmaus, Pa. 

Susan Fry, Charlotte 

Margaret E. Fuller. Elkton, Va 

Amy Fulton, High Point 

Dons Futrell, Chapel Hill 

Jane Gabnelson. Lexington 

Elizabeth Caddy, Elm City 

Edward Galavu, Greensboro 

Anna Gallant, Anderson, S.C. 

Donna Gamble. Concord 

Gina Gauti. Winston- Salem 

Jennifer H. Garden. Arden 

Catherine Gardner, La Grange 

Kenneih Gardner, Arden 



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Michael Garland, Winston- Salem 
Kelly Garrett. Chapel Hill 



Lauren Garrett, Greensboro 
Margaret Galling. Charlotte 



Brent Geissinger, Carrboro 
Gary Gentry. Winston-Salem 



Marshall George. Mebane 
Arm Gibbs. Charlotte 



John Gibbs. Lynchburg, \'a 

S Michelle Gibson. Kannapolis 



Tiana Gibson. Marion 
Joseph M. Gill. Carrboro 
Gonstance Gillespie. Charlotte 
George Grlmer. Chapel Hill 
Claire Gingell. Raleigh 
Marc Ginns. King 
Mark Glagola. Muidletoum. Md. 
Keran Glass. Asheboro 



Nancy Glocckler. Salisbury 

Mary Glover, Greensboro 

Thomas A- P. Godfrey. Chapel Hill 

Cammie Godwin. Chapel HiU 

Allison Goff. Dunn 

Chris Goff. Carrboro 

Pamela Golden. Charlotte 

Mark Good. Conover 



Donna Rav Gooden. Ehiabethlown 
Caroline Goodwyn. Tarboro 
Ladonna Gore, Greensboro 
Kevin Gotlesman, ThomasinUe 
Amy F Goulson. Chapel Hdl 
Jill Michelle Graff. Conover 
Mollv Graham. WughtsitUe Beach 
Lisa Granfield, Chapel Hill 

Marv Grant. Southern Pines 
Loretia Grantham. Greenville 
Diana Greene, Mhexnlle 
Jimmy Greene. Lenoir 
Eric Greenwald, Memtl 
Jove Gregory. Chapel Hill 
Tammy Gregory. Gary 
Scon Greig, Charlotte 

Alfred Griffin. Goldsboro 
David GnfTin, Charlotte 
Jackie Griffin. Chapel HiU 
Mike L. Griffin. Hunternntle 
Gregory K. Gnggs, Cherryville 
John S Griset. Winslon-SaUm 
Deborah Grubb. Raleigh 
Gregory Guice, Matthews 



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Margaret Gullev, Raleigh 

Mike Gunzenhauser, Winston-Salem 

Nancy Guy. Smtthfield 



Elizabeth Haas. Hickory 

Janet Haler, Raleigh 

Alex Hagan, Chapel Hill 



Michael Hager. Deliver 

Susan Hager. Gastoma 

Kristin Haines, Ocean City, NJ. 



John Hairr. Raleigh 
Kern Hairs ton, Raleigh 
Jill Huilip. Chapel Hill 



Bobbi Hall. Greensboro 

Kevin Hall. Ashevtlle 

Kimberly Hall, Roxboro 

Lonna S. Hall. Gibsonville 

Marymelda Hall. Fayctteville 

Rae Mane Hall, IVotAington 

Wes Hail. CAa/W Hi// 

Patricia Halsey, Edenloit 



Mary Dabney Hamilton. Chapel Hill 

Joseph John Hamlin IV, Roxboro 

Angela Hamm. New Bern 

Debra Hamme. Chapel Hill 

Charles John Hanna. Greensboro 

Carol Harbers, Albemarle 

Leisa Harbin. Forest City 

Jennifer Hardison, New Bern 

Shawn W. Hardister. Southern Pines 

John B. Hardy, Roswell, Ga 

Renee Hardy. Salisbury 

Alane Hare. Chapel Hill 

Sally Hargrave. Lexington 

Robin Harper, Kimton 

Kaihryn Anne Harrington, Thomawtlle 

Lesley Harrington. Sanford 

Nancy Harrington, Pinehurst 

Jane Harris, Durham 

Lamia Harris. Vancebora 

Mark Harris, Chapel Hill 

Nicholas H. Harris, Burlington 

Stacy Harris. Maiden 

Donna Harrison, Hillsborough 

Susan Harrison, Putsbora 



Deirdre M. Harshaw, Chapel Hilt 

Paula Han, Sanford 

Donna Haskins. Gibsonville 

Peter Haicher. Atlanta, Ga 

Griffin C. Hathaway, Charlotte 

Kurt Hausler. Chapel Hill 

Adam Troy Hawkins, Little Rork. Ark. 

Germanic Hawkins, Warrenlon 



Meredith Hawley, Dunn 

Anita Haves. Seagrove 

Barretta Havnes, Evergreen 

Kim Hpdgepeth. Morehead City 

Michelle Heeden, Goldsboro 

Dana Hefter, Cory 

Paul Heist Jr., Kernersville 

Maurnita Henderson. High Point 




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Houston Spencer, WXYC Disk jockey 




Sonya Henderson. Winston-Salem 
|im Henkcn, Greensboro 

Karen Louise Henry, SAltfflWfl \ / 

Benjamin Henshaw. Chaprl Hill 

Rhone) j Henslev Marion 

Mind) Herman, Chapel Hill 

D Marcus Herman-Giddens. Pittsboro 

Eli/aneih Herndon. Fayrttmlle 



Leon Herndon, Raleigh 
Jacqueline Hicks. Henderson 
Charles L. Hill. Charlotte 
Christie E Hill, Matthews 
Claire Hill. Fayftlt-Ltfle 
Edward Hill. AskeviUe 
Marie Hill, fa tog* 
Sandra Hill. Chapel H tit 



Jane Hinds. Garden City. S C 
Louise Hmes. W'estpart, Conn. 
Eric W. Hinson. Manassas, Va 
Kellv Hobson. Yadkmvdle 
Gretchen L Hock. Charlotte 
Laura Hocutl. Raleigh 
Charles Hoff, Orange Park. Fla. 
Steven Hotffner. H oodmere, N 1 



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Temple Holder, Winston-Salem 

Betsy Sue Holdren. Raleigh 

Alecia A Holland. Goldsboro 

Ann Holland, Middlesex 

Wendv Holleman, Carrboro 

Harriet Holloman, Wilson 

Becky Hollowell, Atlantic Beach 

Paige Hollowell. Hertford 



Mark Holmes, Goldsboro 

John Warren Holshouser, Salisbury 

Melanie L. Hooker. Chapel Hill 

Julia Hooper. Tamarat. Fla 

Mary Hooper, Baltimore, Md 

Juana Hopkins, Annandale. Vo 

Emily Hord, Winston-Salem 

Michael A. Home. Winston-Salem 



Kimberly C Horton, Morganton 

Caroline Hoskins, Reidsvtlle 

Elizabeth Houk. Hickory 

Richard Brian Howard. Matthew 

Tern Howard. Terrell 

Cindy Howell. Charlotte 

Kenneth Hoyle, Sanford 

PeggyAnn Hoyle. Winston-Salem 



Rhonda Anita Hubbard. Carrboro 

Susan Hubbard, Fayettei'ille 

Margarei Huckabee. Charlotte 

Anna Hudson. Carrboro 

Bngitte Hudson, Forest City 

Carol Hudson, LumberUm 

Jacinta Hudson. Durham 

Julie Huffman, Monroe 



Louie Hughes, Burnsville 

Susan Hughes, Charlotte 

Wofford T Humphries, Suminennlle. S.C. 



Mary Hungarland, Wtnston-Salem 

Christopher Hunt, Pembroke 

Sherry Hunter. Durham 



Ricky Hunisinger. Ashnnlle 

Craig Kendall Hyatt. Pittsboro 

Shelia Ingram. Sledman 



Kay lvey. Eflattd 

Pamela lvey. Goldsboro 

ton Jackson. Chapel Hill 



David Jackson. Fayettei'ille 

Jeffrey L.Jackson. Winston-Salem 

Susan Paige Jackson, Red Springi 

Calvin E, James. Charlotte 

Melissa Jarrell. Florence, S.C. 

Jackie Jarvis. Ktngsport, Tenn. 

Catherine Jaynes. Chapel Hill 

Suzanne Jeffries, Greensboro 



Sandra Jenkins, Lincoln ton 

David Alar Joel, Washington, D.C. 

Barbara Johnson, Benson 

Caroline Johnson, Raleigh 

Chris' Johnson. N. Olmsted, Ohio 

Cynthia Johnson, Morganton 

Deborah Johnson. Granite Falls 

Denise Johnson. HUdebrtin 




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Donna |ohnson, Raleigh 
Gregor) |ohnson, FarmvUU 



LaTanja Johnson, Winshm-Salev 
Lisa Johnson, Shelby 



Parker Johnson. Raleigh 
Samuel Henry Johnson. Goldsbm 



Sherrv Johnson. Guldsboi 
Shervl Johnson, Matthew 



Tracy Johnson, Carrboru 
Violet Johnson, Winston-Salem 




Zanetta Johnson. Rocky Mount 
Jeffrev Johnston, Durham 
Amy E [ones. Boone 
Barbara A [ones. Carrboro 
Elizabeth Jones. Raleigh 
Fred H Jones. Franklin 
James Martin Jones Jr., Raleigh 
Joseph [ones. Warsaw 



Margaret Leigh Jones. Salisbury 
Pam Jones. Charlotte 
Rav |ones, Bines Creek 
William Scoll Jones. Shelby 

Belli |ordan, Clarkton 
Kimberteigh P Jordan. Raleigh 
Kimberly Jordan. Carrboro 
Susan Jordan, Colfax 



Todd Sims Jordan. Slaten-ille 
Ann Joyrier, Rocky Mount 
Pam Joyner, Nashville 
Henrv Clay Jurnev Jr.. Pinehu; 
Keiih |uiney, Charlotte 
Robert Justice. Chapel Hill 
Susie Justus. Hendrrsonville 
Parul Kachalia, Charlotte 



Bruce Kallor. Melville. N Y. 
Nicole Karagheiiiroll.yrif'idira Estal 
Elizabeth Kath. Garner 
Frances Katsoudas. San/ord 
Jeffrey Kaufman, Boca Raton, FUi. 
Tony Kearney. Chapel Hill 
Michelle R Keasling, Fayetteinlle 
Donna Keith. Charlotte 



Crystal Kelly. Statesville 
Joan Kellv. Charlotte 
Paula Kelly. Lillington 
Wendy Kelly. Durham 
Susan Kemm, High Point 
F Leigh Kempsou. A.shevtlle 
Lauic Kenan. Nnubrrry, S.C. 
Jacqueline Kennedy. Durham 






Seniors 1 1 3 



Jeff Kennedy. Winston-Salem 

Joe Kenny. Charlotte 

Alis,i [ Kenyon, Hillsborough 

Lisa Kershner. Greensboro 

Rachel Key. Lexington 

Lorna Khalil. Cherry Hill, N.J. 

Rochelle Kick, Raleigh 

Diana Kilbv, Millers Creek 



Kris Kim. Burlington 

|. Allen Kimball. Ft McPherson, Co 

John E. Kimbcrling, Henderxonville 

Lisa D. KLndley. Asheville 

Billy W king II. Wilmington 

Cynthia king. Raleigh 

Kami king. Charlotte 

Sabrma King, Pfafftoum 



Susan R King. Wnghl^-ille Bench 

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Frednea Kirksev. C/irirlottr 

Mark Kits, Chapel Hill 

James Kitchen, flu™ Raton, Fin 

Lisa G. Kluttz, Burlington 

KriMi Knight, Charlotte 

Frederick Knops. Durham 



Curnn F Knoll. Oxford 
Gretchen Kciball, Virginia Beaih. Va 



Tonva Koonce. Trenton 
Lori Koonu, Lexington 



Torld Kopc/vnski. Chapel Hill 
Samuel Korschun, Goldsboro 



Suguna Kothapalli, Slier City 
Eric Kron, Rocky Mount 



Ronald Lamhe. Stone Mountain. Co, 
Karen Lambert. Greensboro 



Kenneth Lamm, (.Impel Hill 

Laura Lance. Ashrville 

Charles LanrlcTKOtl. Jupiter. Fla. 

Jennifer Lane, Raleigh 

Richaid F Lane III. TaylorsvilU 

Rick Lane, Cars 

Janel Langenbach. Chapel Hill 

Kathrvn Langford, Lexington 

Barrv Latham, Shelby 

Amelia Laughter. Hickory 

Lisa Laughter. Forest City 

Fluaheth C Lawrence, Ramseur 

James F Lawsun, Carrboro 

Jacqueline Leach, Raleigh 

Deborah Learv, Ahoskte 

Valerie Ledbetter, HendersonvilU 



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Dana Leder. Goldsboro 
Karen Lcdford, Kings Mountai 
Bess A. Lee. Benson 
B. Diana Lee. Arapahoe 
Esther Lee. Vestal, N.Y 
Jennifer Jeanne Lee, Kinslon 
Ling Lee, Greensboro 
Neill Lee. Lumberton 



Kave Lehman, /(Vfcv Mount 
Candy Lewis. ThomasviUe 
Dawn Lewis, AosrOr. W/ 
Elsie Lewis. Garner 
Mary Lewis. Parkton 
Michael B Lewis, Moorcsville 
Patricia L Lewis. Garner 
Harriet Ligon. Athexille 

Todd Lmdquist. Mmganton 
Randy Lineberger, McAdmvilU 
Vijilhj Linga. Henderson 
Allison Lippard. Winston-Salem 
Anne Little. Wadeiboro 
Barhara Little, Greenville 
Joseph R Little, Winston-Salem 
Lon Little. Charlotte 



Dawn Livcngood. Winston-Salem 
Karen Liverman. Chapel Hill 
Cindy Lloyd. Burlington 
Thomas Lloyd, Wilmington 
Eric Lodge. Sanjord 
Rebecca Lolquist. Cullowhee 
Stephanie LoHus. J acksoninlle 
Beth Logsdon, Matthews 



Ava Long. Bostic 

Finlay E. Long III. Winston-Salem 
Gwen Long, Newton 
Melmda Long, Tobaccoville 
Terry Long, Lumberton 
Valerie Long. Lexington 
Ryke Longest, Raleigh 
Elizabeth Looney. Roekv Mount 



Mary Loving, Columbia, S.C. 
Leigh Lowder, Mooresinlle 
Tina Loyd, Eton College 
Guy Lucas. Carrhoro 
Gioia Lucente. Haekensack, N.J. 
Charles Ludwigson. Goldsboro 
Karen Lunny. Chapel Hill 
Thomas Lutz, Lawndalr 



Cynthia Lylerly. Salisbury 
Todd MacDonald. Charlotte 
John Michael Mackay, Greensboro 
Anlionette Mackie. High Point 
John MacMillan, Fayetteiille 
Tanya Madalozzo. Tarboro 
Laura Madison, Wichita, Kan 
Marcia Mahalfey. Winston-Salem 



Robin Mahan, Carrboro 
April Majors, Roxboro 
oanna Malpass, Wilmington 
ean Mamo, Rocky Mount 
Barron Maness. Seagrove 
Alexandra Mann. Richmond, Va 
Kathenne A Mann. Chapel Hill 
Keith Mann, WhWakers 



Kent Manning, Kernersinlle 

Mary Elizabeth Manning, Burlington 

Judith Mansfield. Voss 

Paul Marks, Charlotte 

Leslie Marlow, East Bend 

Mary Marschner. Indian Harbor Beach. Fla 

Kenneth H Marsh. Stler City 

Robin Marshall. Southampton. N.Y 

Ann Mane Marshbanks. Buies Creek 

Cynthia Martin, Walnut Cove 

Gail Martin, Lakeland, Fla. 

Patricia Martin, Heiulerson 

Tern Martin, Charlotte 

Michelle Mason. Carrboro 

Shannon Mason. Hilton Head Island, S C 

Candy Mathews, Lancaster. Pa 



Seniors I 1 5 



Harriet Matthews. Chapel Hill 

Paul Matthews, Nashville 

Kelly Mattocks. PoliocksvilU 

Danielle Manila, Raleigh 

Donna Maxwell, Ratford 

Thomas Maxwell, Burnsville 

Susan May, Greensboro 

Steve Mayes, Rockingham 

Deborah Ma/ak, Conover 

Keith D McAfee. Charlotte 

Danny McArthur, Goldsboro 

Lisa Michelle McArthur, Southern Pines 

Martha McCann, Decatur, III 

Pattv McCarthy. Chapel Hill 

Angela McCaslin, Newton 

Laura McClain, Cart 



Cathy McClure. Raleigh 

Patrick McCracken, Sanford 

Vicky McCraw, Carrboro 

Vincent McCray, Durham 

Jeffrey McDade. Raleigh 

Crystal McDanicl. Camp Springs. Md 

Melissa McDonald. Eden 

Russ McElroy, Birmingham. Ala 

Sherry McElveen. Chapel Hill 

Keena Ann McGugan, Mochsville 

Mischella McKoy, Durham 



Donna McLamb, Dunn 
Thad McLaurin, Murfreesboro 
Virginia McLendon, Greenville 



Lynn McMurry. Shelby 

Josephine B. McNeil. Chapel Hill 

David McNeill. Seagrove 



Lisa McNeill. Wilmington 

Amy McPhail. Durham 

Kimberly L. McPhatter, Lumberton 



Kimberly A. McRae. Greensboro 

James McSorlev. Cary 

Pamela McSwain. Charlotte 

Allison Meadows, Carrboro 

Mark S Medley, Graham 

Jeanelle Medlin, Raleigh 

otlu Mehringer, Massapequa, JV.)', 

Valerie Melton, Durham 



Lisa Melvjn, Bowden 

Vonda Mendenhall, Pfafftoum 

Frederick Merkel. Chapel Hill 

Charles Merrell, Fletcher 

Hope Merntt, Mebant 

Phyllis Merrill, Goldsboro 

Douglas Messina, Bridgeton, N.J. 

Garry Metcalf, Chapel Hill 

Joyce E. Metcalf, Carrboro 

Jell Michael, Albemarle 

Kimberly A. Michels. Lancaster, Pa 

Lisa Milby, FayettevilUt 

Bryan Miller, Winston-Salem 

Cheryl Miller,yam«/oiwi 

David Parrel Miller, Carrboro 

Kelly Miller. Albemarle 




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Kyle H. Miller. Knoxville, Tern 
Wayne Paul Miller |r , MaysvilU 
Ronnie Rich Milhgan Jr , Fayettevil 
[ulia Milner, Pittsboro 
Carlene Mitchell, Chapel Hill 
Cynthia Claire Mitchell, Salisbury 
David Mitchell, Asheville 
Teresa Mitchell, F uquay-Vartna 



Ann Mndlin, Alexandria, Va 
Robert Monds, WkiteviUe 
Donald Monevhun. Chapel Hill 
Linda |eaii Montanari, Neshamc, ,\ J 
|nhn Montgomery, Albemarle 
Carlos Monloya. Winston-Salem 
Jack Moody. Lumberton 
Angelia Moore, Southern Pines 

Connie Moore, Game} 
Ellen Moore, Kmirrsvttle 
Karen Moore, Hunternnlle 
Clayton Morgan, Greensboro 
Gaynor E. Morgan, Charlotte 
Lafmin Morgan, Durham 
Maria Morgan, Can 
Rachel Morgan, Marion 

Madlyn Morreale, Glen Ellyn, III 
Gloria Morns. Chapel Hill 
Tonya Morns, Lexington 
Ann Morrison, Fayeltevilte 
Teresa Morrison, Pinehurst 
Chris Morrow, Brevard 
Kimberly Morrow, Ruiherjordtoti 
Leslie Mosley. Ml. Airy 



Susan Moss. Gastoma 
Liza Motsinger, Kernersvitle 
Kenneth V. Momnger, Burtin 
Vvette Moxin, Raleigh 
Patricia Mullen, Carrboro 
Judy Mullings. Reidsvilte 

L"s Multis, Charlotte 
Mary Mulvihill. Lmcroft, N.J. 



John E. Mundi, Charlotte 
Kimberly Munn. Rockingham 






.\nihia Murphv. Fayettex>ilU 
\un Murray. Winston-Salem 



Briou William Murray, Annan/tale, N.j 
Eric Murray, Marion 



Holly- Murray, Norristown, Pa 
Sherri Murray. Boca Raton. Fla. 



Jim Muse, Kent, Ohio 

Norns Musselwhite. Lumberton 



Seniors 1 I 7 



Jamy Myall, Chapel Hill 

Melissa Diane Myers. Winston-Salem 

Frankie Mynck, Enfield 

Sylvia Nance, Charlotte 

Kathy Nannev. Hendfrstmville 

Sandra D Nash, Chapel Hill 

Sangeeia Navangul, Rocky Mount 

Dacia Neal. Chapel Hill 

Brian Neptune, Mt. GiUad 

Cynthia Neville, Durham 

Anne Nicholson, Murfreesbara 

Diana Nielsen, Raleigh 

Hisavo Nishimaru, Chapel Hill 

Alice Nix. Canton 

Daphne Norman. Carrboro 

Florence N orris, Raleigh 

Stephanie Nuckles. Charleston, S.C. 

Erin Nugent, WalktrsvilU, Aid 

Anthony Nutter, Ptnevtlle 

Nancy Nutter, PineviUe 

Mike Oakes, S. Boston, Va. 

Lisa J. Oakley, Chapel Hill 

Deborah Gates, Greensboro 

Michaela Oberlaender, Candler 




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rimoih) Ogburn, Ashtboro 
Christina Olczak. Krmersville 
Vicki O'Neal. Franklmlon 
Vanessa Orr, Pittsburgh /'•; 
Ruben Orsi, Mattheu i 
Ja\ L. Osborne. Randleman 
Donna O'Sullivan, ChaHelu 
Carroll C. Overton. Charlotte 



Chen 1 1 Spada Owens. Columbus 
Melissa Owens. Fountain 
Beth Ownley, Manteo 
Tunva Ovcndine. Charlotte 

Page. FayeUevitU 
Man Palmer. Monroe 
Micke) Parish. Sanford 
Diane Parker, Clinton 



Kristin Parker. Raleigh 
Richard Parker. Charlotte 
Tonva Parker. Durham 
Laura Parks. StatenilU 
India Parris. Hickory 
Wes Parris. Candler 
kimberh K Parnsh. Selma 
Bnann Parson. Winston-Salem 



Robert Pate. Silver Spang, Md. 
Preeti Paiel. Chapel Hdl 
Brian Patterson. Knightdale 
Crystal Patterson, shelh, 
Dawn M Patterson. Lenoir 
>hn D Pallerson. Raleigh 
Todd Pailon. Canton 
Mark H Pavao. New Rochelle. N.Y. 



John R Peacock. Fremont 

Karen Pearson. Chapel Hit! 

Richard C. Pecci. Charlotte 

Rebecca L. Peeler. Thomasi-ille 

Sheila Pegues. Launnburg 

Gail Lorraine Pelletier.yocibom'i//? 

Mar) Pelosi. Wake Forest 

Richard A. Pemble. St. Petersburg. Fla 



Holli Pence. Go; 

Linda Pendleton, Gastonta 

Bnan Pennington. Raleigh 

Marvin Pernn. Raleigh 

Alissa C Pern. Kent. Conn 

Tammv Pern. Scotland Seek 

Todd Pern. Piltsboro 

Lvnn Sandra Peters. Columbia. Md 



Lisa A Pfrogner. Chapel Hill 
Dec Phillips, Charlotte 
kimberlv Phillips. WldUvUle 



Lisa Phillips. Gastonta 
Paul J Pickhardl. Charlotte 
Lee Picklesimer. High Point 



Pamela Piper. Raleigh 

Pttiman. Canajohane . N.Y. 
Plough, Atlantic Beach 



Candace Poais. Hickory 

AmiLisa Pomdexier. Summen-ille. S.C 

Alison Pollock. Grcrr, S C 



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Todd Pope, Raleigh 

Karen Popkin, jacksonvillt 

Cynthia F. Pops, Morgantown, W.Va 

Patricia Ann Porubsky, Sanford 

Kelly R Powell, Charlotte 

Susan Rushton Powell. Belmont 

Mark Prakke. Asheville 

Charla Price. Asheville 



Lesley Anne Price. Wilson 

Louise Price. Lumberton 

Paige Prince. Monroe 

Pamela Prince. Charlotte 

Teresa Priveue. Wake Fores! 

Alan Proctor. Winston-Salem 

Leslie Puckett, Morgan ton 

Henry Quick. Oxford 

Timothy Rambo. Ml, Pleasant. S.C 

Stacev Ramirez. Summit. N.j. 

Tim Ramsey. Spindale 

Jennifer Ransdell. Raleigh 

Anne Raper, FayeltevilU 

Melanie Rapp, Waxhaw 

Lisa Ray. Henderson 

Glenn Ravnor, fiiquay-Vanna 



Phillip Reavis. Troutman 
R. Susan Redd. Plymouth 



Karen Reece. Charlotte 
Stella Reece, Lexington 



Corey Reed. Sealevel 
Dolores Reese, Cory 



Deborah Register. Halkbn 
Shen Rhodes, KinsU 



Samantha A Rice. Tnmf\ 
Rohm Ru hards. Carrotlton, t<n 



Angela Richardson. Raleigh 

Melissa Ann Richardson. FayeltevilU 

Yvonne Richardson. Holltstei 

Shan Riddle, Southern Pines 

Elizabeth Rider, Morehead City 

Carolvn Ridgell, Lillinglon 

Lisa Rilev. New Bern 

Phillip Riplev-Parkerson. Durham 



|ulia Riichey, Blacksburg, Va 

Charles Robluns, Rocky Mount 

Phyllis Robbms. Chapel Hill 

Tina Robbms, Mooresboro 

Everette Edward Roberts, Raleigh 

Karen J. Roberts. Shawboro 

Molly RoIktis. Lemon Springs 

Susan Roberts. Durham 




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|ane E Robinson. Sli-rksvillt 
|fnniicr Rogers Tarboro 
Melmda M Rogers, facksmvilU 
Todd A. Rogers, Wbemutlr 
Vivian Rogers. MooraviUe 
John Roney. \\ illiamston 
Demse Roper. MorgantOn 
AnneMane Rosenbaum. Carrboro 



Angela Ross. Littleton 

Kane Ross. Rock Hill. S.C. 

Shen Lynn Ross, Carrboro 

\Vend\ Rouse. Kinston 

(..eorge A Rowland. Xcuport New, \~t> 

Subhash Rm. {.aithershirg. Sid 

\ angela Royal, Greensboro 

Shern Roy all, Raleigh 

[eff Rumlt-y, Washington 

John Ruocchio. Raleigh 



Anne Rupp. China Grove 
Sle\c Ruppenthal. Charlotte 



William Carl Rusiin 111. Ratsigh 
Mary Annella Rutherford, Raleigh 



Michelle Sain, Siorganton 
Deborah Saine. Charlotte 



Mark Sakaia. Chapel Hill 
Man Anne SaJerni. Queens. A* ) 



Courtney Sanders. Chapel Hilt 
Amy Sanderson, Newport ,V>uij, Ya, 
Allison Sapp. Cermanton 
Paine Sapp, Stone Mountain. Ga 
Donna Sauflcy. Slooresinlle 
Anne Saunders. Charlotte 
I wuriid Sawyer. Slmock 
Lisa Sawyer, Erwm 



Lisa Scandalios, Raleigh 

Renec Scanlon. Chapel Hill 

(.race Scarboro. Atlanta. Ga. 

Karen SchickedanLz. Greensboro 

Roger B. Schlegel, Washington. D.C 

Bianca Schmidt, Carrboro 

J Douglas Schmidt, Clinton Corners. AT 

Sandv Schoeps. Charlotte 



Elaine Schrodt. Raletgb 
Kathenne Schweighart. Pfafftoi 
David Scott, Advance 
Janet Seaboch, Salisbury 
Martha Seamon. Slooresi'tlle 
Lisa Searcy. Climax 
Stephanie Sedberrv. Greensboro 
Garett Seivold. Parkton. Sid 



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Richard Sellars, MooresvilU 

Rajesh Shah, Rockingham 

Sonda Shank, Chapel Hill 

Myra Sharpe, Reidsville 

Elizabeth Anne Sharrow, Eden 

Monica Shaughnessy, Frederick, Md 

Selby Shaver. MooresvilU 

Angela Shaw, FayettevilL> 



Cynthia Leigh Shaw. Winston-Salem 
Timothy Shea. Wilmington, Del 

Christopher Shearer. {.Impel Hill 



John D. Shields, Atlanta, Ga 

Ann Shinn, Salisbury 

William H. Shoemaker [I, Raleigh 



Tern Shoffncr, Greensboro 

W Keith Shreve. Kernersvdle 

Joseph W. Shugari, Winston-Salem 



Lisa Sigmon, NewU 

Olivia Chloc Silber, Gam 

Linda Silvers, Greensbo 



Joseph Silvestro, Bay Village, Ohio 

Jonathan Sinikins. Meadowbrook, Pa. 

Felisa Simpson, Reidsville 

MaryNeil Sinclair, Raleigh 

Sherry Sinclair. Clinton 

Beth Sisel, Winston-Salem 

Mclanie Skidmore. Chapel Hill 

Philip Skillman, Asheinlle 

Scott Douglas Skinner, Charlotte 

Angela Sloan, Carrboro 

Mark Sloinick, Pittsboro 

Charles K. Smith. Dublin 

Cynthia Smith. Wilmington 

David Smith, Castonm 

Donme C. Smith. Envm 

Ellon Smith Jr.. Durham 



Gary Neal Smith. Kernersville 

J. Douglas Smith, Leesburg, Va. 

)anct Smith, Columbus 

Kenneth Smith, Charlotte 

Kirhv H Smith III. New Bern 

Michelle Y, Smith, Carrboro 

Nancy Smith, Clinton 

Pamela Ann Smith, Sanford 



Elaine Smith, RobersonvilU 

Randy Smith. Matthews 

Sarah Smith, Stanley 

Solon E Smith 111. Strawberry Plains, Tenn 

Tamara Smith. Eden 

William Van Smith Jr., Askeville 

Elizabeth Snotherly, Shite Road 

Teresa Snow, Washington 

Sherrie Snyder, Denton 

David Sobanski, Hickory 

Kathryn Sousa, Apex 

•Karen Spamhour, Dobson 

Llovd Spargo, Gastonia 

Robert Spearman, Clinton 

Alice Spencer, Cary 

Douglas Spencer. Butner 









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Lori Spivey. HobhsviOe 
Donna Spoon, Chapel Hill 
Mephen G Spoon, Burlington 
(.hip Stabler, H insbm Salem 
Maridle Siachura, Carfufr. Pa 
Sherrj * Stanridd, Prospect Hill 
\\.u\ Starling. Pine Level 
Tamim Siatum, Roamtkr. 1 a 



Karen Stebbins. Lnfisvillr 

Lisa M. Steele. Chaprl H>ll 

Lvnn Steele. Blark Mountain 

Melinda K Steele, Shelby 

Don F Sleelman. YadkinviU* 

Melissa Sleiben. Edison, V / 

Karen Gail Stephenson. Fuqvay-Yanu, 

Christopher Stepp. Hrndrruimntlr 



Alfred Sternberg. Chapel Hill 
Eric Stockton. Spnngfitld. Ya 
Annetta Stokes. Goldsbaro 
Steven Stout. Aihebvro 
Margaret A. Stover. Monroe 
Jeff Stnckland. Pembroke 
Shelbv Stroud. Snow Hill 
J Berrv Stubbs. Atlanta, Ca 



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Annie Stokes. Thomasvitle 

Teresa Suddreth, Elkin 

Karen Sugg, Snow Hill 

Amanda Sullivan. Wilson 

Diane Sutton. Louisburg 

Ethan Sutton. WaynesviUe 

Frank Swcarington, Winston-Salem 

Katherme K. Sweet. Raleigh 

Drew Sylvester. Salisbury 

Tracy Tabh, Tallahassee, Fla 

Morgan Tacked, Bahama 

Kelly Talley. Concord 

Rebecca Talley, Shelby 

Michael Tandy, Arden 

Man Margaret Tart. Dunn 

Margaret Tate. Efland 

Steven C. Tate, Loveltsville, Ya. 

James Taylor II. Winston-Salem 

Lori Taylor, Charlotte 

Mary Taylor, CarrboTo 

Nancy Taylor. Shelby 

Charlotte Teague. Asheville 

Amy Teeters. McLeansvillt 

Darwin Shane Teeters. Chapel Hill 

Kristin Elizabeth Terry, Hopkinton, Maw. 

S. Duane Tester, Vilas 

Renee Thacker, Greensboro 

Meianie Thomas. Durham 

rim Thomas, Berryville, Va 

Joanna Thomasson, Newton 

Debbie Thompson, Mineral Springi 

Joy Thompson. Rocky Mount 

Marie Thompson. Wilmington 

Leigh Thome, Wilson 

Shuiord Thornton. Chapel Hill 

Ted Thornton, Conover 

Beverly Thorpe, Cliapel Hill 

Charles F Threshie. Old Greenwich, Conn. 

Crystal Tillman, Charlotte 

Tina L.Tinnin. Liberty 



Paul Tobin, Raleigh 
Bettv Tolar, Goldsboro 



Linda Tolar. Reil Springs 
Richard Tooke. Raleigh 



Laurie Toreson. Durham 
Amy Toth. Can 



Lee Tremlett, High Point 
Amy Triplet!. Hickory 



Sherry Trogdon. Clintoi 
James M Tro|an, Creensbon 













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DeAnne Tsakanikas, Chariot!, 
Karen rucker, Winston Satem 
Denise ["unsiall, Rn/^A 
Holly Turnbull. ( hapel Hilt 
EIisj Turner, Catawba 
Sara Turner, Raleigh 
[uli. i Ulmer, Matthews 
Willis Underwood, Golasboro 



Brandon Uttley, Charlotte 
Raymond VanUyke, a.f/ //<// 
Brent VanRees. Mtljord, Del. 
David Venable, Charlotte 
Rhesa Versola, Raleigh 
James Vetrone. Charlotte 
Douglas Vick. Asheboro 
Laura Vickroy, SAort //i&, /V./ 

Jacqueline Vogeley, Charlottesville, Va 
Lisa VonHagen. Greensboro 
Tony Vuncannon, Randleman 
Kim Wade. WAitoAm 
John Wagoner. Reidsinlle 
Marianne Waldrop, MoTthtad City 
Michaela Waldrop. Raleigh 
Braxton Walker. Shelby 



Christopher Walker. Chapel Hill 
trie V Walker. New Bern 
Janice Walker. Winston-Salem 
Jodie Walker. New Ben, 
Austin Wallace. Durham 
Shawn Walsh, Wake Forest 
Jo Walters. Fvqvay-Varina 
lanet A Ward, Goldsboro 



|ill Wardle, Launnburg 
Tommy Warlick. Gastonia 
Felicia Washington. KenansvUi 
Richard Wassell, Charlotte 
Mary E. Watson. Chapel Hdl 
Miriam Watson, Wnodleaf 
Mela Felice Watts. Burgaw 
Vikki Watts. Tabor City 



Joanna Weathers. Lmusburg 
Karen Weatherspoon. Raleigh 
C. Riddick Weber, Winston-Salem 
Lori Weeks, Wilmington 
Richard L. Weeks III, Cary 
Scott Welch. Jamestown 
Anna Wells. Whitevitle 
Beverly Wells. Washington 



Mary Robin Wells. Ruhmond. Vc 
Laurie Weltin. Wilmington 
Bvron Wesson. Vale 
Amy West. Fuuuay-Vanna 
Donna L. West. Lexington 
Kccia West. Rose Hill 
Stephen Lee West, Chapel Hill 
Gregory Westby, Hickory 



Scoti L. Wharton, Greensboro 
James R Wheeler, Matthews 
Lee Wheeler, New Bern 
Michael Wheless. Chapel Hill 
Valerie Whisnani, Tampa, Flu 
Evelma S. White. Wake Forest 
John Brian White, Greensboro 
Laura White. Onancoch, Va. 



Laurie White, Long Beach 
Lee White. Onancock. Va. 
Sue Ellen Whitehead. Matthews 
Kevin Whitfield, Durham 
Michael Whitfield. Hillsborough 
Laura Whitley. Fayetieville 
Rebecca Whitlow. Roxboro 
Mark Whitson, Winston-Salem 



(.ma Whiltenton. Dunn 
Eric Whittington, High Point 
Jacqueline Whittington, furleur 
Laura Willes, Charlotte 
Joanne Williams. High Point 
Julie Williams, FayettexnUe 
Lisa Williams, Monroe 
Lynda Williams. Whiteville 



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Seniors 125 






Mama Williams, Wilmington 

Rhunda Williams. Wadesboro 

Rhonda J Williams. Chapel Hill 

Ruben Williams. Walker town 

Timothy Williams, Charlotte 

Wavne Williams. Knightdate 

K wanna V. Williamson. Carrboru 

Rebecca Williamson. Chapel Hill 

Wendy Williard, Hampstead 

Emilv Wilson. Garnet 

Hal Wilson, Charlotte 

Marianne Wilson. Canton 

Michael R Wilson. Winston-Salem 

Rob Wilson, Granite Falls 

Wesley Wilson. Woodteaf 

Paul Winandv. Arlington Heights, III 

La Wan da Winningham, Asheboro 

Paul Winter. Raleigh 

Julia Wise. Bessemer City 

Abner Withers Jr., Drexel 

Dawn Wood, Winston-Salem 

Keith Wood. High Point 

Amy Woodall, Raleigh 

Lisa Woodie, Charlotte 



Sharon Woods. Ashtville 

Zinla Woods. Durham 

(Catherine Wrenn. Roxboro 

Allen Wright, Stain 

Donna Wyail, Chapel Hilt 

Kelly Wyatt, Raleigh 

Cara WyckofT. Laurinburg 

Karla Yarger. Raleigh 



Rebecca Yoakum, Marion 

Soon Yon. Charlotte 

April Yontz, Winston-Salem 

Karen York, OUu 

Virginia York, Chapel Hilt 

Manly Youmans, Charlotte 

Elizabeth Younce, Greensboro 

Alyson Paige Young, Greensboro 



Amv Young. Lexington 
Tina Young. Asheville 



Tracy Young, Carrboru 
Jennifer Vow. Wilmington 



Jack Zachanas, Rutherford, N.J. 
David Zai zar, Raleigh 



Heidi Zehnal. Calabash Acres 
Robvn Zesch, Raleigh 



Kristine Zimmerman. Charlotte 
Chnsiine Zone. Chapel Hill 




I 26 Seniors 




Sieve Zorn. Asheboro 

David ZubkdfT, Ftorbam Park. \J 



Juniors 




Lisa Adams, Chapel Hill 
Randv Aldndge. Southport 
Lisa Allen. Borne, Md 
Christopher Allnian, Greensboro 
Melissa Allred. Chapel Hill 
Ginger Altman. Chapel Hill 
Emesi Anderson. Charlotte 
Nancv Arne. Fa\etleiille 



Brad Airowood. Winston-Salem 
Andrea Askins. Fayettexnlle 
David Atkins. SU. Olive 
Bonnie Bacnik. Bahama 
Lauren Bailey. West End 
Tammv Baker. Matthews 
William Ball. Elizabeth On 
Melissa Bame. Carolina Beach 



Man Banner. Chapel Hill 
jean Barnes. Burlington 
Leslie Barnwell. Chapel Hill 
Melissa Baron. Raleigh 
Karen Barrett. Red Spring* 
Paula Bass. Fayettexnlle 
Leigh Ann Benton, Pikeinlle 
Kaihrvn Bells. Winter Park, Fla 



Chip Beverung. Chapel Hill 

Kim Bird. New Bern 

Jane Bobbin. Roncnrrte. W.Va. 

Jennifer Boles. McLeansinlie 

jo Bonev, Graham 

Susan Booker. Chapel Hill 

Christopher Borg. Tryon 

Robert Bovd. Greensboro 



Ruth Bracev. Red Springs 
Galen Braddv. Washington 
M. Susan Brady. Greensboro 
Julie Braswell. Winston-Salem 
Knsiin Brawlev . Mooresiille 
Bam Bridges. Lemon Springs 
Dawn Bnnklev. Sneads Fern 
Laura Brock. Carrboro 



Jennifer Brooker. Salisbury 
David Brown. Oak Ridge. Tenn 
Debra Brown. Chapel Hill 
jeffre* Brown. Statesrille 
Karen Brown. Raleigh 
Leslie Brown. Hudson 
Ann Bruton. Carthage 
Cvnthia Brvson. Cullouhee 



Ross Burkhan. Chapel Hill 
James Burrus. Cary 
Traci Butler, Gamer 
Leshe Bvrd. Eltzabethtou-n 
Ann Campbell. Fuqua\-\'anna 
Alethea Canter. Millers Creek 
Tina Carden. Chapel Hill 
Michele Camevale. Hukor\ 



Juniors 127 



Rebecca Carr, West End 

Stephen Carrigan, Tayloi sville 

[cnnifcr Career, Raleigh 

Tanya Carter. Boonville 

Mechelle Cash, Timber Luke 

Philip Caces. Chapel Hilt 

Kaye Clark, Pillsboro 

David Clary, Richmond. Va. 



Julie Coffey. Greensboro 
Thomas Cole, Ashevifle 
Tracey Cole, Asheville 



David Conner. Gastonia 

Lundee Covington, Charlotte 

Samancha Cox, Lumberton 



Sheila Craft, Greenville 

Gary Cram. Raleigh 

Anna Critz, Chapel Hilt 



Dana Crocker, Salisbury 

William Crowe, Cary 

Kiran Cummings, Princeton, N.J. 



Shelly Cummmgs, Euston, Aid 

Chandra Cunningham. Winston-Salem 

[Catherine Dal ton. Chapel Httt 

Melissa Daughely, Kinston 

Tracy Davenport, Charlotte 

Anne Davidson. Longmeadow, Mass, 

Gayle Davis, Kimton 

Maria Davis. Raleigh 



Sanjiv Desai. Chapel Hill 
Lisa Dickey, Pensacola, Fin 

Susan Dickson, Chapel Hill 

Mary Doares. Lumberton 

Rebekah Dodd, Henderson 

William Dowdy. Greensboro 

Lisa Durham. Chapel Hill 

Allison Dver, Troy 



Traci Earnhardt, Charlotte 

[ulie Earp. Smithjietd 

Teresa Eatmon. Mars Hill 

Suzette Edge, Carrboro 

Beth Edgerton, Greensboro 

Catherine Edwards. Winston-Salem 

Elizabeth Edwards. Gastonia 

Lisa Elmore. Greensboro 



Wendy Elwell. Alexandria. Va 

Lisa Esies, Durham 

Phillip Evans, Greenville 

Timothy Faulkner, Eayeltevilte 

Paulby Fish. Chapel Hill 

Alecia Flowers. Clayton 

Lisa Ford. Kent) 

Lisa Freeze, Wilkesboro 



Michael Fussell. Roanokr Rapid; 

M. Kathryn Geddie. Chapel Hill 

Pain Gerckens, Old Tappan, N.J. 

Chip Gibson, Carrboro 

Thomas Gibson. Belmont 

Heather Giun, FayettevitU 

Gene Glaze, Gastonia 

Jeffrey Glenn, Gastonia 




I 28 Juniors 




Pans Goodnight, Kannapolis 
\pril Craves, Burlington 
tru Green, Wilmington 
Dana Gregg, Jamestown 
Dawn Griffin, Raleigh 
|nhii GuptOIl, Raleigh 
Richard Hjllnrd. IVinrfon-Salein 
[ill Hamrick, SArffry 

Rom Harbcrt, Lincolnton 
Maria Haren, ' lyde 
f'jul Harrelson. New Orleans. La 
Will Harrill, Wtm/ow-Sa/m 
Mark Hartsell, Henderson 
Amy Hauser, Wmston-Safrtn 
Rebecca Hawkins, Carrboro 
Andrea Hayworth, Yatdosta, Ga. 



Lisa He nd rick, flu™/ Ha« 
Greg Hendricks, Cherryvitte 
Alison Hirsch, Carrboro 
Carolyn Hot. Chalfont, Pa 
Jan Holder. Saitford 
Cathy HoIIoway, Ronda 
|ames Holshouser. Salisbury 
Amanda Hovle, Connelly Springs 



Juniors 129 






Greg Hughe 

Sarah Hugh 



. Carrborc 
S, Ralegh 



Laura Hulett, Winston-Sale 
Teresa Hungerford, Ashevilli 



Tammy Jackson, WhitevUlt 
Sheri Jennings, Raleigh 



rie Johnson. Pilot Mountain 
Stephen Johnson. Raleigh 



David [ones, KernersvitU 

Leslie Jones, Laurel, Md 



Abbv Joy. Carrboro 

Peggy Joyner, Ahoskie 

Jane Kellam, Summerfield 

| ,i 11 Kelly, £/"» College 

Pam Kessler, Pinehurst 

Jonathan Kiefer, Asheville 

Debbie King, Hxckory 

Lisa King, Winston-Salem 

Nancv King, Charlotte 

Thomas Kissinger, Upper Saddle River, N.f 

Peter Klein. Knoxville. Trim 

Robert Knoeppel, Huntington, N.Y. 

Keilah Kuzminski, Pmeblujf 

Anne Lacy, Seminole, Fla 

Robin Lassiter, Rich Square 

Annette Layman, Durham 



Keith Layne, Chapel Hill 

Kevin Layne. Chapel lldl 

Joseph Lee, Morganton 

Lisa Lee. Cliapel Hill 

Julie Leonard. Lexington 

Arthur Lewis, Roanoke Rapids 

Stephen Lewis. Mooresville 

Anne Logan, Chapel Hill 



Pam Long. Tarboro 

Camille Lore. Raleigh 

Edward Love. Lexington 

Suzanne Lowe, Raleigh 

RichelLe Lowery. Shelby 

Barbara Malarkey. Ctunlollr 

Kendall Mallard. Charlotte 

Timothy Marion, Greensboro 



Kim McCombs. Chesterfield, Md 

Leslie McDonald. Chapel Hilt 

Samuel McDonald. Southern Pinei 

MichaeKMcGeough, Warren, Ohio 

Belli McKee, Boding Springs 

Margarei McKinnon, Chicago, III 

Marsha McLamb, Geldsbora 

Laura McLeod. Raeford 



130 > 





Shcrril McLcod- Arnold. Chapel Hiti 
Kcnnv Mi Manns. Malthewt 
Ann Mane McNeill. Berne. Ml 
Renee McPh alter, Red Springt 
Karen McQuaid, WimUm-Selem 
Elena Medlin, HeUj Ridgt 
Keith Meyerl, ' ary 
Mart) Michaels, ChristianslniTg \a 



Mollj Mich els, ReidsviUt 
DeAnnah Miller, Winston-Salem 

Leucia Mills. Peaehland 
David Molfiti, Pfafftoam 
Helen Moore. Charlotte 
Lewis Moore. Rowland 
Mar) Moore, Monroe 
Walter Mums, Pm/Auol 



Monica Murchison, Spring t_,iki 
Gavle Murrell. Cott^ofo 
Debbie Nance. Carrhoto 
Ginger Nance. Raleigh 
Davidson Neville. Smithfield 
Barbara Nichols. Vienna. Va 
Michelle Nicolle, Greenville 
Susan Noecker. Wilson 



Paul Norman. Carrboro 
Kaihrvn Oaklev. Raleigh 
Elizabeth Ocon. Atlanta, Go 
Susan Odenkirchen, Chap/I Hill 
Bobbv Lee Padgeu II. Gastonia 
Sara Page. W'imton -Salem 
Tom Parsons. Chapel Hill 

ilcr Pegram. Wtnslon-Salem 



Phvllis Pettit. Pittsboro 

Gaihanne Phelps. Si Petenburg. Fla 

Jalie Phifer. Chapel Hill 

Leslie Phillips. Hendenon 

Mail Plvler, Sutnet Broth 

Charles Porter. Matthnu 

Laura Proclor. Rocfa .V^oint 

Sonva Quailes. Ktnston 



Rimberlv Quails. Littleton 
George Ragsdale II. Carrboro 



Rebecca Rankin, Durham 
David Ra\. Elizabeth City 



Teresa Rav. Greensboro 
Chrvstal Redding. Chapel Hill 



Bradlev Rice. Rexky Mount 
Charles Rmer, H inston-Salei 



Gina Rockev. Charlotte 
Sonva Rokes. Clarrmom 



Juniors I 3 1 



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M;irk Rosendahl, Raleigh 

Coleman Ross, Simsbury, C, 

Michael Rosscnbaucher, Chapel Hill 

Patricia Ruark. Slier City 

Peggy Sandin. Greensboro 

David Sawyer. Greensboro 

Kathryn Schachner, Charlotte 

Brian Scud. Monroe 



Karen Seagraves. ('.Impel Hill 

Elizabeth Sechrist, SlatesviUe 

Abraham Segres, Rocky Mount 

Elizabeth Selby, Richmond, Va 

Mona Seth. Thomasville 

Julie Settle, Kernersville 

Kathryn Sewell, Jacksonville 

Debbie Shearin, Creedmoor 



Tammy Sheldon, Chapel Hill 

]aye Sit ton. Chapel Hill 

Keith Smith. Johnstown, Pa. 

Shelley Smith. Lexington 

Susan Smith. Chapel Hill 

Demse Smiiherman, Greensboro 

Angela Spangler, Shelby 

Abigail Spicei . Roaring River 



Steen Spove. Newberry, S.C 
|eanelle Starling. Autreyville 



Leon Staion, Chapel Hill 
Kenneth Steele. Hillsborough 



Suzy Street. New Bern 
Donna Strickland. Stedman 



Tracie Summerlm. Camp Lejeunt 
Ken Sutton, Ashevillt 



Camilla Taft, GreenviUt 

Jamie Taylor. Indian Trail 



Norwood Teaguc, Raleigh 

Alice Teddv, Gastonia 

Jackie Tosh. Greensboro 

Michael Tester. Etktrt 

< Irystal 1 higpen. Kinston 

Melissa Thomas, Durham 

Belh Toomes. Chapel Hill 

JoAnn Toriello, Pinnacle 



Regina Tourish. Flemington, .V,/. 

Delores Tuck, Durham 

Ricky Tucker, Henderson 

jell Tuten, Bath 

|ames Valsame, Garnet 

Tracy Vinson. Greenville, S.C 

Natalie Vrooman, Grtjton 

Christine Walker. Chapel Hill 



132 > 





Kim Walker. Mocksville 
Robert Walker, Charlotte 
Mary Waller, Kinston 
Jane Walters, Rockwell 
Michael Warren, Hickory 
Rebecca Warren. Chapel Hill 
Ardis Waikins. Raleigh 
Betsy Weathers, Newton 



riffany Weddle, CAa/w/ //<// 
Patricia Weed, Charlotte 
Deborah West. Warsaw 

efr Whitley. Albemarle 
Angela Williams. Statesville 
Kaiherine Wilson. Salisbury 
David Wood. Chapel Hill 
Linda Woods, Waxhaw 



Sophomores 

3,354 Sophomores 




Beth Abee. West Jefferson 

i Adams. Winston-Salem 
Rubin Agnew, Carrboro 
Elizabeth Allonsi, Salisbury 
Felix Allen. Louisburg 
Kelly Amos, Greensboro 
Kathy .Anderson, Fuauay-Vanna 
Wendy Anderson. Raleigh 

Tern Argabnghi, Winston-Salem 
Beverly Arrowood, Davidson 
Pam Atkinson. Raleigh 

Auman, Chesapeake, Va 
Natalie Bagby. Charlotte 
Chris Baggett. Chapel Hill 
Christy Bailey, Raleigh 
Terah Bain. Chapel Hill 

Cherie Barnes. Matthews 
Charles Balan. Chapel Hill 
Dianne Baldwin. Charlotte 
Jule Banzet, Warrenton 
Ashley Baichelor, Durham 
Jodv Beasley. Fa\eltevtlte 
Elizabeth Bell. Basking Ridge, NJ. 
uce Bennett. N. Palm Beach, Fla 



Greg Bergano. Chapel Hill 
Elizabeth Berry, Southport 
nna Blackwell, Matthews 
Dan Blair. Gloucester 
Annette Boles, Walnut Cove 
Martha Borden. Chapel Hill 
Vickie Bowen, Williamslon 
Eara Bowens, Chape! Hill 

Vicky Bradford. Brevard 
Robvn Brady. Batio, Md 
Preston Brewer. States-wile 
Kimberly Brings. Winston-Salem 
Carolyn Brill. Clinton 
Gene Brown. Elizabethtown 
Heather Brown, Scarboro, Ontario 
|einuler Brown. Raleigh 



Sopkoniores 133 



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Mark Brown. King 

Susan Bryan, Garner 

Megan Buehl, Alexandria, Va. 

Beth BuHliiKlon._/afi.M>Ht'i//f 

Ramona Bultman, Winston-Salem 

Michelle Bunce, Stedman 

Amy Burgess, West Jefferson 

J Pablo Caceres, Roanoke Rapids 



Kevin Callaghan, Matthews 

Roderick Cameron, Chapel Hill 

Catherine Chandler. Greensboro 

Elizabeth Cheek, Man Hill 

Norwood Cheek. Eden 

Kathrvn Clapp, Chapel Hill 

Melissa Clewis, Chapel Hill 

Barry Cobb, Merry Hill 



Edgerson Coble. Hope, N.J. 

Kenneth Coley. Huntersville 

Cynthia Collins, Elm City 

Suzanne Collins, Durham 

iristopher Connelly, Mark Mountain 

Whitnev Cork. Conway, S.C, 

Ginger Cox. Monroe 

Elizabeth Cranford. Winston-Salem 



Michelle Creech. Farmville 

Buddy Creef. Manleo 

Hennen dimming*. Carrboro 

Sarah Dallon, Stony Pom! 

James Dean. Chapel Hill 

Shelley Dennis, Jamestown 

Laura DiGiano, Chapel Hill 

Mary Dillon. Sparta 



Dennis Douds. Fayettevillt 

Melissa Eaiman, Chapel Hill 

Rohert Eaves, Atlanta, Ga. 

Ivan Edwards, Lumberlon 

Muhelle Edwards, Aulavdcr 

Wanda Edwards. Fayettevillt 

Karen Elroil, Summerfield 

Robert Emory, Charleston, S.C. 

Elliol Field, Monroe 

David Fountain, Greensboro 

Lori Foushee, Roxboro 

Margaret Fowler, Charlotte 

Lawrence Frank, Durham 

Kaihcnne Frazier, Henderson 

Hilary Fnedholm. Crosse Pointe, Mich. 

Susan Fry, Chatham, NJ 



Tim Fry, Lexington 

Raiford Carrabrant. Ralrigh 

Elizabeth Gawen. Fairfax, Va. 



Chris Glover. Ellenboro 
Michelle Goode. Chapel Hill 
Paula Goodman. Mooresville 



Wayne Goodwin. HamL 
Randy Gordon, Birmingham, Ah 
Frances Griffin, Durh 



Kimberly Gruber. Matthews 
Robin Hager, Denver 
John Hjrdy, Oxford 



134 Sophovnores 





s». hi Hart, Fayeitevittt 
Ann. Harvey, Chapel Ihll 
Lindsaj Hayes, rVi wport News, \'u 
Kenneth Haywood, Raleigh 
John Helms, Monroe 
Kathleen Henderson, Chapel Hill 
Cynthia Hendricks. Battleboro 
Gregory Henshaw, Shelby 



Pam Highsmilh. Rocky Point 
David Hildrelh, Wadesboro 
Venita Hodges, Durham 
rhomas Hoerning. Castonia 
Todd Holder. Mt. Airy 
Elaine Hoi ley, Winston-Salen 
Kenneth Holl. Rulagh 
Maria Hondros, Charlotte 



Tracy Hopkins. Chapel Hill 
Lisa House, Raleigh 
Donna Hussev. Robbnu 
William Hvait. Easton, Md. 
Virginia Iler, Rocky Mount 
|anet \n^}t:, J amestouti 
[ohn [ackson, Plymouth 
Sonya Jackson, Chapel Hill 



Sophomores 135 



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Paula Jefferson, King 

Robert Jessup, Wallace 

Jenny Johnson, Conway 

Margaret Jones, Sapphire 

Michael [ones. Raleigh 

William Kallam, Kinston 

Terri Kandara, Winston-Salem 

David Kessler, New Orleans, La. 



Melinda Kindy, Daytot 

Kellev King. Grt 

William Kirk, Kern 



Veronica knesel. Clemmons 

Samuel Langley, Mebane 

Kim Latia, Durham 



Elizabeth Laws, Carolina Beach 

Kimherlv Leaird, Lillinglon 

Daniel Lee. Chapel Hill 



Willa Lee, Greensboro 
Sara Levin, Chapel Hill 
Todd Lewis, Chapel Hill 



Bud Long. Statesville 

Margaret Lowrance, Catawba 

Janelle Mason, Mogoek 

David Matney. Newport News, Va 

Byron Matthews, Chapel Hill 

Catherine Matthews. Winston-Salem 

Rachel Mauncy. Skrlby 

Missy McDaniel, Raleigh 



[ngrid Mckeel, Charlotte 

Sara McMurray, Charlotte 

Waller McNairy. Raleigh 

Wade McSwain. Albemarle 

Felicia Mebane. Slier City 

Lana Medlin. Monroe 

Patricia Melton. Morganton 

Scott Miller. Chape! Hill 



Lvnne Milhones, Matthews 

Charles Mills. Peaehiand 

Richard Mills, Charlotte 

David Minton, Stolen hland. N Y 

Tracy Moffett. Pinnnllt 

Gabriel Montero, Chapel Hill 

Marjorie Moure, Chapel Hill 

Elizabeth Morrah. Chapel Hill 



Walter Murray, Chapel Hill 

Rebecca Mustard. Matthews 

Felisa Neuringer, Swannanoa 

Tuyei Nguyen. Raleigh 

Brenda Noretz, Boone 

Robert OHara. Chapel Hill 

Bonnie O'Quinn, Chapel Hill 

Patricia Owen, Chapel Hill 



John Oxford. Kuuitori 

Jules Padgett, Jamestown 

Cathy Paparazo, Goldsboro 

Barbara Parker. Wilmington 

Tonv Parker. Lawndale 

Dipa Patel. Charlotte 

Lindsev Payne, Mebane 

Michelle Pennington, Reidsville 




136 Sophomores 







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Melissa Perrell, Lexington 
Kaihryn Phiter. Marshvillt 
Wendy Phifcr, \\ ingah 
Kimberlj Phillips. Pinevitle 
Lauren Phillips. Newport 
rricia Pierce. Greensboro 
Cheryl Pond. Raleigh 
Madris Poole, Lillington 



Chris Pope. Durham 
E. Matthew Pope, Durham 
Ruth Pope, Carrboro 
Sharon Powell, Liberty 
Jamie Prevail. Fayetteville 
Man 1 Pruette, Concord 
Parnsh Pullen. Hampstead 
Sabra Quarles, Kingston 

Jacci Queen. Elm City 
Gordon Rankin. Dallas 
(.'.aria Ratley. Fairmont 
Kimberly Reese. Swannanoa 
Michael Reiter. Candler 
April Rhoades, Richmond. Va 
Kelly Rhodes, StatesvilU 
Jeanne Riddick. Blanch 



Sandv Rierson. Summerfteld 
Christopher Rilev. Salisbury 
Wilborn Robertson, Lmwood 
Lee Roberts, Asheboro 
Lynkiia Roberts. Butner 
Carla Robinson. Candler 
Debra Rohen, Chapel Hill 
Heidi Rummel. Toledo, Ohio 



Donna Ruocco. Charlotte 
Amy Saifer. Kernmville 
Paige Saleeby, Greensboro 
Melinda Sawyer, Mirtock 
Deanna Schmitt, Miami, Fla. 
Randv Scull. Raefurd 
RaeAnn Shaak. Chapel Hdl 
Philip Sheridan. £ Setauket, N.Y. 



Anne Sherow, Dayton, Ohio 
Brian Sipe. Hickory 
Suzanne Smiley, Spartanburg, 
Deanna Smith. Timberlake 
Teresa Smith. Wadesboro 
William Smith. Concord 
Katherme Snyder, Albemarle 
Ihom Solomon, Yanceyville 



Deborah Southern, Greensboro 
Ashley Sowers, Slate Road 
Todd Sparger. Trquesta, Fla. 
Timothy Sparks, Raleigh 
John Spercher, Camp Lejeune 
Scott Standi. Chapel Hill 
Henry Steven. Warsaw 
J Tucker Stevens. Atlentuwn. Pa. 

Suzanne Stoit, Wilson 
Julie Stovall. AshevilU 
Stacy Stowe. Lakeland, Fla 
Virginia Slrause. Henderson 
Stuart Stroud. Kinston 
Cynthia Stubbs. Marion 
Charlie Suh. Chapel Hill 
Alice Talberl. Rockingham 

[eanette Temple. Beaufort 
Debbie Thompson, Chapel Hill 
Paige Thompson. Ashevitle 
Robyn Thompson, Wimton-Satem 
Kell) Thorbum. Raleigh 
Angle Tickle. Winston-Salem 

John Trevathan, Murphy 

Lisa Turner. Pink Hill 

Dawn TuiierOW, Denver 

Anna Vassilion. Raleigh 

Sherry Vaughn. Winston-Salem 

Leonard Vermillion. Charlotte 

Sherri Vogel, Carrboro 

Charles Vollmer. Gwynedd Valley. Pa 

Carolyn Volpe. H' Hartford. Conn. 



Sopko 



137 



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Paul Vo5s, Charlotte 

Nancy Waldrop, Horse Shoe 

Lynn Wallace, Greensboro 

and Walton, yacAnmui/fe, /■'/« 

_awrence Warlick, Winchester 

Susan Watkins, Durham 

Devaii Watson, Greensboro 

Nanty Wayne. Whiteville 



Todd Weddle, Chapel Hill 

Nicki Weisensee, Lawrinburg 

Mam Welch, Greenville 

Cheryl West, Asheboro 

Rami Wesl. Oakton, Va. 

Joseph While. Mocksville 

Amanda VVhiteleaiher. Raleigh 

Kaiherine Wiggins, Chapel Hill 



Kohm Wilhett, Greensboro 

Susan Williams, Durham 

Traci Wilson, King 

Sami Winter. Wilmington 

Karen Wise, Jamestown 

Ashley WUcher. High Point 

Brute Wolfe, Raleigh 

Jonathan Woody. Charlotte 




Freshmen 



3,358 Freshmen 






Catherine Adams. Sylvia 

Alysa Adkinson, Durham 

Stephanie Ahlschwede, Chapel Hill 

Yasmine Ahmed. Chapel Hill 

Betul Akdil. Timberlake 

Keia Albright. Chapel Hill 

Paige Alexander, StatesvilU 

Anila Allard. Chapel Hill 

John Alley. Goldshoro 

Jessica Almv. Greensboro 

Elise Anderson, Durham 

Theresa Anderson, Raleigh 

April Andrews, Rocky Mount 

Laura Andrews, Raleigh 

Teresa Andrews. YoungsvilU 

Andrea Antonelli. Greensboro 



Edward Appert. Winston-Salem 

Amy Archer, Burlington 

Kristen Arey, Salisbury 

Angie Armour. Gary 

Join Arp. Dunn 

Jay Ashendorf, Charlotte 

Salhe Attkisson, Winasot 

Amy Austin. Kings Mountain 



Lisa Bainetle, Columbus 

Anna Bainl, Apex 

Eh/abeth Baker, Raleigh 

kenncth Barber. Durham 

Yvonne Barber. Greensboro 

W Trayis Barkley, Elm City 

Rachel Baskin. Durham 

Paul Bates, Greensboro 




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Maria Batista, Greensboro 
[eanna Baxter, //^/i Pw'n/ 
Dennis Bean, Charlotte 
Stephanie Beard, Ml Gi/«id 
Marj Beckom, Hickory 
James Belli). Chapel It ,11 
Roben Belton, Nashvillt, Tenn 
Michael Benefield, Wilmington, Del 

Stephanie Bennett, Wwl Jefferson 

Carol Benton, Lincoln 

Mike Bcrard. Elizabeth City 

[Catherine Bergamo. Thompson Ridge, V ) 

L-aura Bessevre. Chapel Hill 

l.iniinv Blackard, Roxboro 

Amanda Biackman, Winston-Salem 

Edward Blackmon, Charlotte 



Martha Blackwelder. Danville. Va. 

[onathan Blair. Lenoir 

Amy B la lock, Rockingham 

April Blalock, Racking/urn, 

Mike Boehnnger, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 

[an Baling. H<gA Pom/ 

Lanee Borsman, Emerald Isle 

Cheryl Borszich. Southport 



Julie Bo wen, } adkmville 
Mark Bowles. C/w/W Hi// 



Jennifer Bowman. V'nk 
Robert Bowman. Marietta, Ga 



Elizabeth Boxlev. Raleigh 
Monte Bover. Middletoum. Md. 



Candace Bradley, Burlmgloi 
Ronald Bradlev, Fairview 



Dawn Bradshaw. Johnson City, Ten, 
Kristin Breuss, Nashville. Tenn. 



Stephanie Bridges. Shelby 
Rob Brossart. Middletoum, Ohio 
Ferdonia Brown. Chapel Hill 
Karen Brown. Chapel Hill 
Sheila Brown. Chapel Hill 
Stephanie Brown. Seattle. Wash. 
feane Brumlev. Chapel Hill 
Mark Brumston, Raleigh 



Vincent Bryant. Clinton 
Cathy Brvson. Chapel Hill 
Shan Lvnne Buflum, Charlotte 
Dayid Bull. Columbia. S.C. 
Lisa Bullis. Greensboro 
Eric Burgess. West Jefferson 
Geoffrey Burgess. Charlotte 
Harry Burgess, Hickory 



Freshr, 



139 



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Shannon Burlesson, Spruce Pine 

|ohn Butler, Matthews 

Rob Bvrum, Albemarle 

Beth Cadoret, Charlotte 

Willie Cain. Elizabethtoum 

Tommy Caldwell, Monroe 

Derrick Cameron, Chapel Hill 

Anna Campbell. Slunills Ford 

Jennifer Capps, Lumberton 

Midge Carawan, Rose Hill 

Hope Carlson, Durham 

Melanie Carr, Poland, Ohio 

Daughly Carstarphen. Greensboro 

Shana Carter, Winston-Salem 

Todd Carter. Chapel Hill 

Tonya Carter. Chapel Hill 

Kristin Case, Charlotte 

Michelle Cauble, Salisbury 

Caroline Caudill, Asheboro 

Mark Cerny, Atlanta. Ca. 

Julia Chandler. Chapel Hill 

Chris Church. Chapel Hill 

Renarta Clauion, Fayetteville 

Jody Clay. Duncanville. Ala. 

Todd Cleveland, Iron Station 

Kristin Coan, Winstan-SaUm 

Karen Cobb, WiUiamston 



Kristy Cockerhani, Lowell 
Becky Cohen, Charlotte 
Kerry Collins. Ml. Any 



Nathan Collins, High Point 

Courtney Colvard, Greensboro 

Nicole Compton. Charlotte 



Dustin Cone, Jacksonville. Fla 
Mike Connor. Gastonia 
Lance Cook. Mars Hill 



Laura Cooke, Elizabethtoum 

Robert Corbet l, Greensboro 

Catherine Cor die, Tarboro 

Carolyn Corr. Carmel, hid. 

Alexa Costin, Wilmington 

Jett Covington. Charlotte 

Jane Cox, Thomasville 

Beth Craig, Elkm 

Stephanie Craig. High Point 

Cassandra Crall. Greensboro 

Carol Crmer, Raleigh 

Kelley Cross. Elizabethtoum 

Linda Cunningham, Mill Spring 

Christine Curtis, Lenoir 

Tim Dalton, Hallister 

Patrick Dalzell, Camp Ltjeune 



S us ana Dancy, Wilmington 

Lisa Darden, Walstonburg 

Derek Daschke, Basking Ridge, N.J. 

Mark Daughtridge, Lemur 

Tonya Daughtridge. Tarboro 

Brad Davidson. Movresville 

Keir Davis. Chapel Hill 

Kunberly Davis, Robemmville 




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Rodney Davis, Raleigh 
Eva Hawkins. Charlotte 
Grariela Deangelis. Chapel Hill 
Christopher DiGiano, Chapel lirfl 
Robb* Diseker. Winston-Salem 
David Devine, Wiruton-Sa/fln 
Ibny Dims. Carrboro 
NiiuIj Dixon. LawndaU 



Jennifer Dodson. Haw Riser 
Leanne Donohue, Smithfield 
rimothy Dore, Weslbrook, Conn 
Frances Doughton. Chapel Hill 
kim Dunaway, Chapel Hill 
Michelle Earnhardt. Miseuhnmrr 
Lisa Edwards. Chapel Hill 
Ann Elliott, Ashevitie 



Rachel Enrich. Boslir 
Donna Epps. Charlotte 
Beth Eskridge, Kingt Mountain 
Gregory Fauceile. Raleigh 
Michael Finch. Columbus 
Susan Fipps, Fayettn-ille 
Tracy Fish, Fuauay-Yanna 
Cheryl Fishel. WinsUm-Salem 



Roddy Fletcher. Chapel Hill 
Sharon Fletcher. Charlotte 
Philip Floyd, Chapel Hill 
Bnan Foley, Chapel Hill 
Thomas Folk. Charlotte 
Ron Foresta. Virginia Beach. 1 
Beih Forester. Ashextlle 
Dawd Foster. Hendersoniille 



Kathv Foster, Henderson 
Kimberlv Foster. Staten-ilte 
Jennifer Fowler, Concord 
Enc Fralev. Rutherfordton 
Ellen Frye. Chatham. N.J 
Darby Fulford. Greenville 
Michele Gaeto, Chapel Hill 
\m\ Gallimore. Den/on 



Michele Gamble. Charlotte 
Chris Garrett. Raleigh 
Raymond Geilner. Charlotte 
Chns Gibbons. Chapel Hill 
Tallon Gibson. Crenisbvro 
Amv Giddens. New Bern 
Stephen Giles. Creedmore 
Gary Gisdiel, LulherviUe. Md 



Leigh Glenn, Gastenia 
Suzanne Coins, Chapel Hill 
Sherry Goodin, Conavtr 



Greg Goodman, Chapel Hill 
Whit Goodrich, Winston-Salem 
Chris Gould. Ralrtgh 



Thomas Grast} . Chapel Hill 
Angle Gray. Charlotte 
Jessica Green. Chapel Hill 



Susan Green, Statesiille 
Cenme Greene, Blowing Rock 
Michael GnlFin. Fleetwood 



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Joseph Grunkemeyer, Raleigh 
Beth Guin, Ml. Hoik 



Rim Gupta, Charlotte 
Richard Gupton, Raleigh 



Nicki Guv. FaiioTi 
Susanna Hackney. WhiteviUe 



Michele Halby, Greenville 
Ticrsa Hall, Raleigh 



Macy Hamm, ll'«/fo<f 
Susan Hammond, Rundlenian 



Cynthia Hardesty. KorAtaum, Va. 

Terri Hardin. Morganton 

Stephanie Hardy, Charlotte 

Chip Harris, Greensboro 

Jada Harris. Caslalia 

Michelle Harris. Burlington 

Michelle Harris, Pembroke 

John Harrison, Robbinsville 



Heather Harriss, Durham 

Christi Hart, High Point 

Jo Harvell, Bakersville 

David Harvey, Raleigh 

Margaret Hatch, Raleigh 

Melissa Hawks. Ml Airy 

Susan Hayes. Reidsville 

Carole HedRepeih, Bronx, N.Y. 

Kimberlv Helms, Charlotte 

Dee Dee Hcniby, Southport 

Darron Henderson. Union Grove 

Wendy Henderson, Southern Pines 

Elizabeth Hepner, Sharon, Conn. 

Susan ne Herrell, Monrof 

Melinda Hester, Hurdle Mills 

Jim Hiatt, ML Airy 



Don Highsmiih. Winton 

Arthur Hill, Durham 

Muchel Hi\l, Jericho, N.y 

Suzanne Hilser, Rhineheck. NY 

Amy Hinshaw, Bermuda Run 

|ennifcr Hinshaw, Boone 

John IIitl*. Winston-Salem 

Clay Hodges, Elizabeth City 

James Hodges, Dovei 

Martha Hodgin. Chapel Hill 

Margaret Hoff. New Bern 

Susan Holdsclaw, Calawba 

Brian Holiday, Wilmington 

C Edwin Holleman, Fuquay-Varina 

Mary Holleman, Moeksville 

Ann Holloway, Lenoir 





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[an Hokermann. Chapel Hill 
Kimberl) Honey) mi. Matthew 
Rodney Honcycutt. Willow Spring 
Daniel Hornfedc. Chantitfy, Va 
Dawn Hostler, Polhton 
Bryan Hough. Ml Holly 
Andrea Huber. Chapel Hill 
Herman Huffman, Marion 



KimherK Huffman, Hickury 
Elizabeth Hume, Orange Park. Fla 
Vivian Hwang, Greensboro 
Susan Ingle. WeavervilU 
Sandra Jackson, Raleigh 
Elizabeth James. Alexandria. Va 
Leigh J.ninev. Eden 
Steve | arret L, Charlotte 



Colette Jashinskj, SlatesviUe 
Paul Javomik, HendersomnlU 
Peggv Jenkins, Washington, I) C 
Kim [essup, Greensboro 
David Johnson. Chapel Hill 
Gregory Johnson, Rocky Mount 
[udith Johnson, New Bent 
Karen Johnson. Henderson 



Leonard Johnson. PollocksvilU 
Nancy Johnson, Greenville 
Robert [ohnson. Chapel Hill 
Ch ristopher Jones. JaraesvUle 
Kimberly Jones. Camden 
Louanne Jones, Forest City 
Scott Jones, Chapel Hill 
Andrew [ovner. Charlotte 



Sam Kaplan. Voidest 
Alka Kapur, Eton College 

Jnh Kat/enstem. Gastonia 
Kimberh Kaulman. Chapel Hill 
Charlotte Keck. Kannapolis 
Patti Keeler. Wmtennlle 
Teresa Keller. Marshall 
| Kelly, Chapel Hill 



Ralph Kelly, Oak Ridge 
Anna Keziah. Belmont 
Oregon' Khost, Caldwell, N.J. 
Elizabeth Kiser. Man Hill 
Chip Kiichings, Goldston 
James Knox. Valdese 
Michael Kolb. Charlotte 
Valerie Kornegay, Charlotte 



Julie Krait. Chapel Hill 
Laura Kusla. Chapel Hill 
Janelle Lambert. Bennett 
Larry Lancaster, Sharpsburg 
David Laxion, Lenoir 
Gillian Lebovitz, Bennington, Vt 
Christine Lentz. China Grove 
Brian Leonard. Lexington 



Heather Leonard. Lexingtot 
Sandra Leonard, Matthews 
Bnen Lewis. Toronto 
David Lewis. Greensboro 
Leigh Lewis. Raleigh 
Rov Lewis, Greenville 
David Lindlev. Raleigh 
Kelly Lindsley, York. Pa 



Peier Lineberrv. RockvilU, Md. 
Barbara Linn. Chal/ont. Pa 
Sherri Lmthitum. Salisbury 
Melissa Livengood. Raleigh 
Catherine Lockerham. Winston-SaUm 
Christopher Locklear. Chap.i Hill 
Donna Lou. Chapel Hill 
Trey Loughran, Charleston, S.C. 



Donna Lovetl. Launnburg 
Barn' Lovette. Walnut Cove 
ason Lowe. Greensboro 
Brian Lowrv. Raleigh 
Debra Lucovsky. Cory 
Darrell Ludlow. Chapel Hill 
Dcnnv Mabe. Chapel Hill 
Bill Madden. Raleigh 



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Wendy Mallard, Castle Hayne 

ScotI Marler, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Jim Marsh. ttt^A Poini 

Marnv Marsh. Fayetteville 

Kim Marshall. Walkertowi 

Kevin Martin, Charlotte 

Lisa Martin, Chapel Hill 

Alex Mav. Durham 



[ennifer May. Harrisburg 

Judy Maynard. Greensboro 

Randall McCoy, West Jefferson 

Kristy McCuIlough, Fairfax, Va 

Leigh Ann McCuIlough, Charlotte 

Mark McDougal, Fayetteville 

Don McGowan, Dunwoody, Ga 

limmi McCuire, TkomasviUe 



Eva Mclntyre, /'»i 

Yvonne M< Laurin, B«jr Cwft 

Lori McLeese, Rum! Hall 

Mflcolm McLeod, Chapel Hill 

Michael McMillian, Statesville 

|ennifer McNeal, AshevilU 

Layne McNeill. Morganton 

Philip McRevis, Portsmouth, Va. 



144 Freshmen 





Elizabeth Meade, Greensboro 
Arlene Medder. Greensboro 
Gene Mellon. Rocky Mount 



Pamela Melton, Roclr, Mount 
Fave Mendelsohn, Charlatan, 5 ( 
Tonja Mever. Clinton 



Angle- Mane Miles. Kannapolis 
Kevin Miles. Raleigh 
Cindy Miller. \\ ake Forest 



Elizabeth Miller. Pisgah Forest 
Tamtnv Miller. Ahoskie 
eff Moeller. Raleigh 



Lisa Monette. Chesapeake, Va. 
Leigh Moore. Chapel Hill 
Shelbv Moorman, Martinsville, Va. 
Karen Moose. Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Ted Morgan. Chapel Hill 
Arturo Morosoff, Durham 
Robbie Morrison. Atlanta, Ga. 
Eric Morton, Jacksoniille 

Maria Morton. Charlotte 
Caroline Moser, P faff town 
Pamela Moxlev. Sparta 
Rupal Naik. Charlotte 
Akiko Nakana. Fletcher 
Kevin Newman. Ethn 
Fairron Newton. Eltiabethtown 
Chinh Nguven. FayetteinUe 



Gina Noto, Ashnnlte 

■anna O'Brien. Stovall 
Laura Oaklev. Timberlake 
Elizabeth Ogburn. W inston- Salem 
Chris Olson. Raleigh 
Teresa Oolev, Hendersonmlle 
Lisa Orringer, Chapel Htll 
John Ouderkirk. Chapel Hill 



Jennifer Overton. Oxford 
Russell Owens, Virginia Beach. Va. 
Robert Page. Cary 
Andv Palmer, West Jefferson 
Monica Parham, Chapel Hill 
Melanie Parker. Cabipso 
Pamela Parker. Durham 
Shannon Parker. Raleigh 



Kelli Partin. Raleigh 
Mike Partridge. Wilmington 
Shari Patterson, Chattanooga, Tenn 
Tonva Paul. Wintennlle 
David Pearson. Moorennlle 
Valene Person. Chapel Hilt 
Randv Peters. Smithsburg, Md 
ason Phillip. Hickory 

Lynn Phillips. Cincinnati, Ohio 

Paige Phillips. Greensboro 

Stephen Phillips. Boone 

Julie Pike. AshevilU 

Jannette Pippin. Jacksonville 

Pamela Pittman, Hillsborough 
Pledger. Longwood. Flo 
f Plummer. Hattiesburg, Miss 



Freshmen 145 



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Amy Plvler. Charlotte 

Beth Poinseli, Clemmons 

Babette Powell. Hillsborough 

Erica Prater. Charlotte 

Amy Price. Chapel Hill 

Beth Price, Lucama 

Brenda Price. Smith field 

Sandra Purnell. Launnburg 



James Purves, Chapel Hill 

Janel Pustilnik, Richmond. Va 

Deana Queen, Charlotte 

Rhonda Quinn. Charlotte 

Chris ta Rabenold. Norwalk, Conn 

Danny Radclifl. AshevilU 

Liz Ramsey. High Point 

Jackson Ramsey III. Brysou City 

Karen Ray. Winston-Salem 

Jeffrey Rayner. Chapel Htll 

Sarah Reckford, Chapel Hill 

Karen Redd. Plymouth 

John Redhead, Wilmington 

Jason Reed, Delniar, NY 

Clara Riggs. MaysvilU 

Stephanie Roach, Hayesville 

Sarah Robbins, Southborough, Maw. 
Christy Roberson. Williamston 



Stephanie Roberson. ('.Impel Htll 
Deborah Roberts. Chapel Hill 



Suzanne Rodders. Elizabeth City 
Jill Rogers, Tarboro 



Joyce Rogers. Durham 
Pamela Romines. Sanford 



Mindelle Rosen hurg, Charleston, S C 
Danny Rosin. Portsmouth, Va. 



Connie Roth, Raleigh 

John Rublein. Henderson 

Jon Rust. Cape Girardeau, Mo 

Kecta Rust, Scarborough, Ontario 

Leigh Sample. Statesville 

Kristen Sams. Greensboro 

Kathleen Samsoi, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Leslie Sapp, Germantoum 

Allen Sasser. Pikeville 

Teresa Sauers, Belteaire, Flu. 

Sharon Scotl. Rose Hill 

Martha Searcy. Fore. 1 .! City 

Juhe Sctzer, Chapel Hill 

Timika Shafeek, Trotwood, Ohio 

Sunjay Shah. C.ary 

Kristen Sharrard, High Point 



146 Freshmen 





David Shellenbcrger. Wilmington, Drl 
Catherine Sherer, Chapel Hilt 
Kelly Sherrill. Eton College 
Amy Shipman. High Point 
Jennifer Shon. Berlin, Md 
Jessica Shon. Berlin, Md. 
Heather Shuler. Hendersonville 
Stephama Sid berry. Wilmington 



Gurprit Singh, Wnulon-Salem 
Melissa Skinner. MorrisviUe 
Amy Smith. Rutherf'ordton 
Cynthia Smith. Garner 
Lisa Smith. Albemarle 
Mark Smith. Charlotte 
Mary Smith. Atlanta, Ga. 
Raqucl Smith, Charlotte 



Sandra Smith. FaytUeviUe 
Tammv Smith. Chapel Hill 
John Sparrow. Kinston 
Christopher Spivey. Chapel Hill 
April Spruill. Plymouth 
Beth Spruill, Jackson. Term. 
Anna Stafford. Statennlle 
Laura Stapleton. Macon. Ga 



Harry Starnes. Chapel Hill 
hn Stemper, Clemmons 



Harry Stevens. Roanoke, \'a 
Carolvn Stewart. Shemtls Ford 



Jennifer Stewart. Advance 
Pam Strickland. Farmville 



Tanya Strickland. Washington 
Tracy Scull, Chapel Hill 



Sonya Summitt. Salisbury 

Sean Sumner. Scarborough. Ontario 

Elizabeth Swaim. Winston-Salem 



Michelle Sylvester. Charlotte 
uli Szamszlo. Austin, Texas 
Lloyd Tagos. Greensboro 
Greg Tallev. Mebane 
Chris Tate. Durham 
Debbie Tatum, Raleigh 
Paul Tax. Chapel Hill 



Michelle Taylor. Garner 
Katrina Thompson. Charlotte 
Amanda Tillev. Goldsboro 
Jeffrey Tillman. Durham 
Karen Torrence, Concord 
Andrea Towerv. Hickory 
Susan Tsumas. Slatesxnlle 
Marv Clare Turner. Chapel HiU 



Freshmen 147 



William Ulfeldcr, Carrboro 

David VanLenten. Warminster, Pa. 

Christopher Vaughn, Hendenonville 



Sara Vernon. Doytestoum, Pa. 

Eric Vick, Raleigh 

Haylee Waddey, Nashville. Term. 



Doretta Walker, Durham 
W. Kent Walker, Charlotte 
Glenn Wallace. Chapel Hill 



Linda Wallace, Indian Trail 

Richard Wallace. Arden 

Jennifer Walton. Chapel Hill 



J. Andrew Ward, Clarkton 

John Ward II. Shallots 

Yvette Warner, Washington 



Michelle Warren. Charlotte 

Amy Wearmouth. Sterling. \'a. 

Michael Webber. Hickory 



Beth Webster. Kings Mountain 

Ellen Wenner , Jacksonville 

Elizabeth Wheless, Raleigh 

Paula Whiltey, Forest City 

Lara Wiehe. Clemmons 

Virginia Wilkes. Spartanburg, S.C. 

Ava Williams, Askevillt. 

Mary Williams. Wendell 

Vicki Williams. Raleigh 

Paul Willingham, Decatur. Ga. 

Jennifer Wilson, Troy 

Mary Winfrey, Mocfaville 

Laurie Winkler. Flanders, N J. 

Carla Withrow, Smithfield 

Valeria Witt, Chapel Hill 

Dave Wolfe, Chapel Hill 

Gloria Wyly, Gary 

Joanne Wynck. Greensboro 

Jerry Yarborough Jr., High Point 

Laura Yardle, Charlotte 

Carole Yost, China Grove 

Debbie Young, Spruce Pine 

Su Yun Yu, High Point 

Michael Zagora. Charlotte 



Cane Zimmerman, Charlotte 
Anthoula ZourZOtlklS, Ashemllc 










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In Memoriam 



Herbert Alexander Bar geon 



Lisa Kay Barrier 



Diane Harris Fink 



Marcus Landon Houston 



Maurice Jackson 



James William Morrow III 



Jennifer Diane Ney 



John Partridge 



Frederick Sealy Patterson 



Gilbert Whitted Ray 



Sarah Jane Thomas 



Frances Elizabeth Williams 



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154 Residency 




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Residency 155 



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Cobb-Joyner 

Craige 

Ehringhaus 

Henderson 
Alexander 
Connor 
Winston 

Hinton James 

Olde Campus 
Aycock 
Everett 
Graham 
Crimes 
Mang^m 
Manly 
Leu/is 
Ruffin 
Stacy 

Scott 
Avery 
Carmichael 
Parker 
Teague 
Whitehead 

Stow 

Alderman 
Kenan 
Mclver 
Old East 
Old West 
Spencer 



156 Residence Colleges 



Ruffin 




History: Male dorm until 1976, housed naval cadets 

in 1924 
Activities: Initiated first annual Olde Campus 

water war, initiated big sister program for 
freshmen, dinner with professors, 
screw mixer 
Officers: President Pamela Prince, Vice President 

Jenna Blackwell, Secretary Maria Towe, 
Treasurer Gina Lamb, Social Chair 
Sarah Shackelford, Historian LeAnn Purcell 
Total Residents: 97 




Ruffin 157 



Mangum 




Plyler 



History: Built in 1922, named for 

Willie Person Mangum and 
Adolphus Williamson Mangum, Lewis and 
Mangum combined dorms this year 
Activities: Haunted house for the Burn Center raised 

$2,100, Lewis streak 
Officers: Presidents David Hester and Mark Morris, 
Vice President Jonathan Woody, 
Secretary Brent Lambert, Treasurer 
Hampton Oxendine, Intramural Chair 
Mark Allard, Social Chairman Mike Ferone 
Total Residents: 96 



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160 Henderson Residence College 



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Alexander, Connor and Winston Dormitories 




History: 

Activities: 

Alexander Officers: 
Connor Officers: 

Winston Officers: 



Henderson Officer: 
Total Residents: 



Alexander was built in 1938 and named for 
Eben Alexander, Connor was built in 1946 and 
named for R.D.W. Connor, Winston was built 
in 1947 and named for George Taylor Winston, 
Henderson was named for Archibald Henderson 
Springfest, Project Can Do — recycling project, 
parents weekend, ice skating mixer with Avery 
Dorm, all-campus toga party 
President Richard Hughes, Secretary/Treasurer 
Debbie Truax, Social Chair Tani Schrift 
President Ann Holland, Vice President John 
Hernandez, Secretary/Treasurer Rod Brooks, 
Social Chair Randy Kirby 
President Kent Carrington, Vice President 
James Bolen, Secretary/Treasurer Rich 
Wassell, Social Chair Lori Curtis 
Governor Pam Covais 
470 



Henderson Residence College 161 



Carmichael 





History: Built in 1986, named for 

Cathryn Kennedy Carmichael, will be 
formally dedicated in fall 1987 
Activities: Set up new government, placed first 

in three homecoming contests 
Officers: President Jamie McLawhorn, 
Vice President Richard Hayes, 
Secretary Alicia Teddy, 
Treasurer Michelle Creech 
Total Residents: 496 



162 Carniickael 



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Named for 
Cornelia 
Spencer, oldest 
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Lawn party, 
secret Santas, 
intramural 
team champs 
175 



Old Wed and Spencer 163 



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Built in 1937 
Stranger mixer, '60s mixer, 
aerobics, roommate game, 
ice cream socials, 
N.C. State mixer 
President Sallie Allen, 
Vice President Pam Reeves, 
Secretary Sheila Wilson, 
Treasurers Susi Barinowski 
and Leah Totten, Social 
Chairs Lisa Chorebanian 
and Julie Stovall 
99 



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Plyler 



Mclver 165 



History: 



Activities: 



Officers: 



Total Residents: 



Built in 
1924, named 
for Charles 
Brantley 
Aycoch 
Powder puff 
football, 
fascination, 
stranger mixer, 
movie mixers, 
first place in 
dorm 

decoration 
contest at 
Christmas 
Presidents 
Christie 
Snowdon and 
Paula Zellmer 
104 



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Sponsors a dorm scholarship, 
football game blocks, brunches, 
Christmas party, formal 
President Mary Dillon, Vice 
President Myra Lynn Mullis, 
Secretary Anna McMahan, Treasurer 
Paige Elrod, Special Projects Chairs 
Jean Lutes and Sherry Vaughn, 
Social Chairs Kim Baines and 
Laura Willis, Historians 
Lisa McArthur and Shari Riddle 



166 Aycoci. and Joyner 




Ehringhaus 




Ehringhaus 167 




168 Granville Residence College 



Granville 



Residence College 




Plyler 



Granville Residence College 169 



Aver 



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History: 



Activities: 



Officers: 



Total Residents: 



Built in 1958, named for 

Col. William Waighstill Avery, 

became co-ed in 1979 

Hey Dude mixer, ice skating mixer, 

co-sponsor for two blood drives, 

International Day 

President Roni Harbert, 

Vice President Jimmy Randolph, 

Secretary Ann Maclntoshe, 

Treasurer Jan Spielvogel 

254 



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History: 
Activities: 

Officers: 



Total Residents: 



Was a nurses' dorm 

Social mixers at Duke, campus mixers, 

can food drive, movie nights 

President Carol Ambrose, 

Vice President Tamera Majors, 

Secretary Jill Norris, 

Treasurer Pam Joyner, 

Social Chairs Barbara Johnson 

and Connie Moore 

110 



Whitehead 171 



Off- Campus Living 




172 Off-Campus Living 




Off- Campus Living 173 




1 74 Sporting Life 




Sporting Life 



Basketball, Field 



Hockey, Softball, 



Football, Fencing 



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SporHng Life 175 




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Curtis Hunter, senior 
Michael Norwood, senior 
Dave Popson, senior 
Kenny Smith, senior 
Joe Wolf, senior 
Ranzino Smith, junior 
Steve Bucknall, sophomore 
Jeff L.ebo, sophomore 
Pete Chilcutt, freshman 
Jeff Denny, freshman 
Marty Hensley, freshman 
JR. Reid, freshman 
Scott Williams, freshman 




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Men's Basketball 




Season record 32-4. ...Atlantic Coast 
Conference record 14-0. ..lost in NCAA 
final eight game to Syracuse. ..ACC 
regular season champions. ..ranked 
number one nationally in most 
preseason polls... Sports Illustrated 
featured Joe Wolf in a two-page spread 
on Carolina basketball. ..Kenny Smith 
broke the University assist record with 
768 assists and was named first team 
all- American... Sports Illustrated 
featured JR. Reid on the magazine 
cover... J. R. Reid was named ACC rookie 
of the year.. . Jeff Lebo was the only ACC 
player chosen to play in the Pan 
American Games. 



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Men's Baskeihall 197 



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Men's Basketball 199 







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Basketball 



Season record 19-10. ..ACC record 9-5. ..senior 

members are Center Dawn Royster, Wing Marlene 

List, Guard Darlene Cannon. ..Dawn Royster is 

All- ACC. ..Liza Donnell was on the U.S. Olympic 

Festival-'S7 East women's team. 




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Season record 2-8. ..Head Coach Dereck 
Galvin... Stacy Kaplan finished sixth in the 
NCAA Southeast regional with a 36.65 score 
in all-around competition, ending her season 
with the sixteenth highest score in the nation. 



Gymnastics Team 

Kristin Bilotta. all-around 

Amy Bincarousky, all-around 

Elizabeth Boulton, all-around 

Barbi Callahan, all-around 

Lynne Cote, bars, balance beam 

Kelley Dean, all-around 

Stacy Kaplan, all-around 

Missy Shaffer, all-around 

Libby Tate, all-around 

Heather Trethewey, bars, balance beam 

Michelle Zafrani, all-around 



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Men's 
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Season record 9-4. ..ACC record 

1-2. ..placed third in ACC.Tom Hans. 

Joey Seivold and Chris Walker are 

captains. ..lost in A'C/L4 semifinal 

championship game to Johns Hopkins 

(11-10). ..Tom Haus is 

all- American... Tom Haus and Pat 

Welsh are all- ACC... ranked fifth in 

nation. 




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Men's Lacrosse 203 






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Season record 33-9-1 ...Virginia Augusta and 
Maria Powers are captains. ..Carolina Pride 
Invitational Tournament champions. 



204 Softball 




Field Hockey 



Season record 19-3. ..placed third in 
NCAA tournament. ..lost to New 
Hampshire in NCAA semifinal 
tournament game (2-1). ..ACC 
champions... Julie Blaisse, Lori Bruney, 
Maryellen Falcone and Tracey Yurgin 
are NCAA all-tournament team 
members. ..Lori Bruney and Louise Hines 
are U.S. Olympic Festival-'87 team 
members. 



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Football 



Season record 7-4-1...ACC record 
5 -2... victorious over Citadel, Kansas, 
Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Maryland, 
Virginia and Dtike... homecoming October 
18, 1986... competed in Aloha Bowl in 
Hawaii with Arizona and lost 
3 0-21... Derrick Fenner and Harris Barton 
(offense), Walter Bailey and Tim Goad 
(defense) are all-ACC... Harris Barton is 
ail-American. 




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Fencing 



Meit's season record 18 -7... women's season 
record 17-5. ..men placed fourteenth in 
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Tennis 



Men 's season record 21-5... women "s fall sea- 
son record 29-9. ..women's spring season 
record 6-0... men s ACC record 5-1... women 's 
ACC record 7-0. ..men tied for second in 
ACC. ..women placed first in ACC and fourth 
in ACC tournament... Eddie Stewart, Jeff 
Chambers. Don Johnson. Gina Goblirsch, 
Valerie Farmer and Petra Wessels are all- 
ACC... Jeff Chambers finished thirty-fourth in 
the nation. 




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224 Swimming and Diving 



Swimming and Diving 



Men's season record 6-4. ..women's season 
record 8-2. ..men's ACC record 4-2. ..women's 
ACC record 5-1... men placed third in 
ACC. ..women placed second in ACC and 
ninth in nation .. .Danny Frack and Doug 
Sawyer are men's captains. ..Susan O'Brien 
and Martha McCann are women's 



captains. ..opened Koury Natatorium in 
October 1986 and won Carolina Pride In- 
vitational. ..Danny Frack made two Univer- 
sity records in 1000- and 500-yard free- 
shies. ..Tony Monasterie competed in the 400- 
and 800-meter free-style relays for Puerto 
Rico in the Pan American Games. 




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Men's Golf 



Placed sixth of 10 teams in Elk River 
Collegiate Invitational. ..placed seventh of 
24 in John Ryan Memorial. ..placed fifth of 
21 in Hargrove B. Davis 
Intercollegiate. ..placed seventh of 14 in 
Golf World/Palmetto Dunes 
Collegiate. ..OMNI Virginia Invitational 
champion. ..Greg Parker and John Hughes 
are all-ACC. 



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Season record 24 -0-1. ..tied University 
record for most wins... national champions 
for fifth time in six years. ..Head Coach 
Anson Dorrance has career record of 
117-7-2. ..April Heinnchs and Marcia 
McDermott are captains. ..Mania 
McDermott broke a University record with 
23 season assists. ..April Hemnchs, the 
University's all-time leading scorer, was 
named soccer's female athlete of the year for 
1986 by the U.S. Soccer Federation. 



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Season record 13-6-1. ..ACC record 
1-4-1. ..David Smyth is a second team 
all-American member. 




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second in AC.C* tournament. ../im Farmer fins chain jiiou 
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cross country tournament. ..Reggis llarfis. Kevin 
Mrdorlx, till Irizany and Kim Austin were individual 
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Wrestling 



Season record 18-5. ..ACC record 
6-0.. .ACC champions... ranked fifth in 
nation by Amateur Wrestling News at start 
of season.. Jon Cardi, Chip McArdle, Rob 
Koll and Al Palacio were ranked in the 
nation's top ten at start of season. ..Al 
Palacio, Lenny Bernstein, Jon Cardi, Rob 
Koll and Joe SUvestri are all-ACC.Al 
Palacio, Lenny Bernstein and Rob Koll are 
all- American. 







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Baseball 



Season record 31-22. ..ACC record 13-7. ..five returning 
starters... loss to N.C. State in ACC tournament 
semifinals. ..Darin Campbell was named a preseason 
ail-American pick. 





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Volleyball 



Season Record 25-13. ..ACC record 

7-0. ..placed second in ACC. .Jill Berkebile, 

Andrea Wells and Sherri Vogel are 

all-ACC... Sharon German and Ann 

Schildmeyer participated in U.S. Olympic 

Festival-'87. 



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Profile 



The Smith Center Hues 



Why isn't Dean's Dome Carolina Blue? 



by Jo Fleischer 



♦^asketball fans who fancy themselves 

^^architecture critics have only one 
t^beef with the Dean E. Smith 
Activities Center, the colossal octagonal 
structure where the North Carolina Tar 
Heels play their ball: "The Dean Dome is 
not Carolina blue," they complain. 

The building's major aesthetic flaw is so 
glaringly obvious that it virtually screams at 
you: 'No, these bricks are not sky blue!' 

The structure's exterior, its builders say, 
is composed of "tan fascia aggregate panels 
from a quarry in South Carolina which help 
it blend in with its natural surroundings. 
Nearby groves of trees..." Wrong, wrong, 
wrong. The building's exterior is totally 
inconsistent with the tasteful and partisan 
color-scheme of its cavernous innards. 

Inside, the seats are blue, as are the walls, 
the counters, a large portion of the playing 
surface, the ceiling and the carpets. Even 
the adjacent Maurice J. Koury Natatorium 
is utterly blue. 

Why then, some fans ask, can't the color 
of the building's exostructure be of the 
same shade of blue that decorates 
everything else even remotely connected 
with the revered tradition of Tar Heel 



round ball? 

Obviously, money was no object in 
making the statement 'yes, the Heels are a 
basketball force to be reckoned with.' 
Statements are expensive. In this case it 
took $38 million to construct a basketball 
shrine rivaling even the Sistine Chapel in its 
magnanimous edification of its object. This 
object happens to be the man who counsels 
young seven-foot-tall men on the art of 
stuffing an orange sphere through a thin 
metal toroid elevated 10 feet off the 
ground. This man, whose team wears sky 
blue, who himself favors blue suits and who 
lives under a blue sky, favors baby blue: the 
Dean E. Smith. 

"But wouldn't a seven-and-a-half acre 
building just one shade shy of Smurf blue 
appear to be just a little garish?" ask those 
who favor earth tones in their 
clothing — and in their basketball arenas. 

"You spent 38 million clams on a 
gymnasium, and you're worried about 
appearances," answer the blue boosters. 

But it would be rash to tear down the 
walls to right this small question of color. 
Those who favor blue bricks are content to 
wait until the tawny bricks need replacing. 



After all, they hold rights to their seats into 
the next millennium and need only to instill 
blue values in their children (who are due to 
inherit the seats) and to urge them to go 
forth and replace brown bricks with blue. 
The blue crew can afford to wait. And they 
are content with what they already have — a 
veritable Valhalla of round ball. 

The blue and brown brick-favoring 
Dome builders are a collection of Tar Heel 
alumni. They're known as the Educational 
Foundation, or more accurately as the 
Rams Clubbers (not because they club 
sheep, but because that's what the club is 
called). These Rams Clubbers graduated 
from UNC back in the days before the boys 
that Silent Sam now remembers were lost in 
what later came to be known as the War 
Between the States. 

Since their graduation, these men and 
women have acquired a great passion for 
basketball and a great deal of money. 
Hence when one of their ranks, the late 
great Hargrave "Skipper" Bowles, had a 
dream about watching his ball from a 
comfortable courtside seat much like his 
La-Z-Boy at home — instead of sitting on a 
wooden bench in a gym with a bunch of 



242 Dean £. Smrth Center 



loud obnoxious students — others soon 
came to share this dream. 

The donations poured in, especially after 
an inventive marketing strategy was 
developed. For a donation of $250,000 or 
more, one could ensure one's continued 
rights to purchase season tickets and to 
watch basketball from a comfortable seat 
for eternity, with the reserved right to pass 
on that privilege when one died. An 
additional sum would guarantee parking 
space for a similar period. Oh, some 
student tennis courts would have to be 
bulldozed, but all in the pursuit of allowing 
a few to watch a sport rather than allowing 
many to get all sweaty and smelly playing 
one. 

Students would be content with the 3,000 
seats furnished to them by the Rams Club in 
a fit of noblesse oblige. 

In a flash the Rams had collected the $38 
million. In August 1982, they rushed out 
and immediately started buying bulk 
quantities of anything Carolina blue. They 
blasted out 20,000 tons of decidedly unblue 
rocks and earth for the 300,000 square foot 
sites; bought nearly $500,000 of blue 
speakers and microphones to tell fans what 
they were seeing; got four blue scoreboards 
and two message boards, which flash 
messages like "Let's Go Heels" and other 



catchy slogans in four different colors 
(including blue); and bought more than 
20,000 blue seats including the blue 
courtside La-Z-Boys with high backs and 
arm rests. And, it's rumored, these plush 
seats even contain pulsating electric "magic 
fingers" to rouse even the most lifeless 
octogeneric fan when the action gets hot 
and heavy. 

The playing floor itself is a "Spring- Aire" 
system set on hundreds of tiny shock 
absorbers, which allows the floor to "give" 
one-eighth inch whenever several players 
create pressure in the same area. 

The roof, not blue — yet — is a 15,000 
square foot affair with a small teflon coated 
fiberglass white dome at the top to let the 
light shine in from the Carolina blue sky 
overhead. Underneath the roof are a 
collection of blue banners, rivaling the 
United Nations' collection in quantity (not 
color) to commemorate the success of the 
Heels in a number of crusades against less 
proficient teams unguided by the mighty- 
Dean with his 579-171 record. 

And that's just the playing area. It doesn't 
even begin to describe the inner catacombs 
housing the pool, locker rooms, offices and 
a "Donor's Room" complete with its own 
basketball museum. The locker room is a 
classic affair done in a tasteful blue color 



throughout, with one exception: the toilets 
are white. In deference to the players' 
extraordinary size, the sinks, mirrors, 
showerheads, hand/hair dryers and the 
aforementioned bowls are elevated to 
superhuman heights. 

Open since a Jan. 18, 1986 game against 
the dark blue team of Duke, the Dean 
Dome (as it has come to be called, not 
because of Dean's hair, which is bountiful, 
but because of its roof, which is white and 
dome-like) has become a multi-activity 
venue. But its main function will onlv be the 
edification of North Carolina's chief cagers, 
their fans and the man who made them 
number one. 

Basketball Valhalla, the Dean Dome, the 
SAC (one word — so called by those still too 
naive to concede that its not the Student 
anything anymore), the S.A.C., the Place, 
the house that Dean built, the proper Dean 
E. Smith Activities Center or, improper, 
Dean's SAC — no matter what you call it, it 
still is not blue. But, with a little luck and 
with a lot of blue bricks, the building could 
become a hulking blue monument to the 
man, whose partisans believed that 
accolades alone were not enough. 

Jo Fleischer is assistant University editor 
o/ The Daily Tar Heel. 




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244 Organizaiio 




Organizations 



Fraternities, 



Sororities, 



Service Organizations 



and Honoraries 



Organizations 245 






Jrganizaiions 



Recognized Organizations 



AIESEC-NC 

Alliance of Black Graduate and Professional Students 

Alliance of Minoritv Business Students 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Alpha Chi Sigma 

Alpha Delta Pi 

.Alpha Epsiion Delta 

-Alpha Kappa Alpha 

Alpha Kappa Psi 

Alpha Phi Alpha 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Alpha Tau Omega 

American Indian Law Students .Association 

Amnesty International USA Group 8-1 

Anthropology Student Sodct] 

Ami- Discrimination Coalition 

Arnold Air Societv 

Association of International Students 

Association of Nursing Students 

Association of Political Science Students 

Beta Alpha Psi 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Beta Theta Pi 

Black Law Students Association 

Black Student Movement 

Campus Bible Study 

Campus Christian Fellowship 

Campus Crusade for Christ 

Carolina Athletic Association 

Carolina Badminton Club 

Carolina Baptist Student Union 

Carolina Campus Advance 

Carolina Coalition for Alternalives 10 Shearon Harris 

Carolina Comic Book Club 

Carolina Committee on Central America 
Carolina Course Description 

Carolina Course Review 

Carolina Cricket Club 

Carolina Cav and Leshian Association 

Carolina Indian Circle 

Carolina Labor Support Group 

Carolina Martial Am Club 

Carolina Quarterly 

Carolina School of Public Health. Nutrition Club 

Carolina Society for Individual Liberty 

Carolina Student Fund 

Carolina Students for Jim Broyhill 

Carolina Tai Chi Chuan Club 

Carolina Water Ski Club 

Cellar Door 

Chapel Hill International Folk Dance Club 

Chi Omega 

Chi Phi 

Chi Psi 

Child Abuse Prevention Project 

Chimera — UNC-CH Fantasy and Science Fiction Club 

Chinese Student Association 

Christian Legal 5ociei\ 

Christian Medical Society 

Christian Science Organization 

Clet Hangers 

Delta Delta Delta 

Delta Kappa Epsiion 

Delta Phi Alpha 

Delta Phi Epsiion 

Delta Sigma Phi 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Delta Sigma Theta 

Delta Tau Delta 

Delta L'psilon 

FOCUS 

Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies 

Fine Arts Festival 

Fortuna Carolina, International Soccer Club 

Fraternity Trade Association 

Golden Laurel 



Graduate and Professional Student Federation 

Graduate Student Action Body 

Great Commission Students of Carolina 

Great Decisions '87 

High Kicking Heeb 

Hillel Student Organization at CN'C-CH 

Holderness Moot Court 

Industrial Relations Association 

Inter-Yarsiiv Christian Fellowship 

International Health Forum 

International Association of Business Com rnunica tors/Carolina 

Internationalist Books 

Kappa Alpha Psi 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Kappa Delta 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Kappa Psi 

Kappa Sigma 

Korean Students Society 

Lab Theatre 

[jbrarv Science Students' Association 

Lutheran Campus Ministry 

M jr. in, nil. i Campus Ministries 

MBA Student Association 

Minority and International Student Caucus 

Moravian Student Fellowship 

N.C. journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 

Navigators 

Newman Catholic Student Center 

Nihongo o Hanasu Kai 

North Carolina Law Review Association 

North Carolina Student Legislature 

Oktnawau Shorinryu Karate Club 

Order of the Bell Tower 

Order of the Grail-Valkvnes 

Order of ihe Old Well 

Panhetlenic Council 

Phi Beta Kappa 

Phi Beta Sigma 

Phi Delia Chi 

Phi Delta 1 beta 

Phi Eta Sigma 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Phi lambda Sigma 

Phi Mu 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinlonia 

Pi Beta Phi 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Pre- Professional Health Society 

Presbyterian Campus Ministry 

Psi Chi 

Rape Action Project 

Rape and Assault Prevention Escort 

Real Life Fellowship 

Residence Hall Association 

Rho Chi 

Saint Anthony Hall 

Second Careers in Law 

Semper Ftdelis Society 

Senior Class of 1987 

Sigma Chi 

Sigma Nu 

Sigma Phi Epsiion 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Sigma Tau Chi 

Silver Wings Flight 

Sociedad Hispanica i aroiini --.i 

Society ol Hellenas 

Sodct) Of Janus 

Student Bar Association 

Student Bodv of the School of Pharmacy 

Student Branches of American and N.C. Pharmaceutical Associations 

Student Congress 

Student Consumer Action Union 

Student Educational Broadcasting, Inc. 

Student Legal Services 



Student National Medical Association 

Student National Pharmaceutical Association 

Student Part-time Employment Service 

Student Television for UNC-CH 

Students Teaching Early Prevention 

Students for America 

Students for Cobey 

Tau Epsiion Phi 

The Daily Tar Heel 

The Japan Club 

The Phoenix 

Theta Chi 

Toronto Exchange 

L'NC-CH Anti-Apartheid Support Group 

UNC-CH Baha'i Club 

UNC-CH Bands 

UNC-CH Black Writers' Group 

UNC-CH Campus V 

UNC-CH Christian Dental Society 

UNC-CH Circle K Club 

UNC-CH Clogging Club 

UNC-CH Club Football 

UNC-CH Cycling Club 

UNC-CH Eckankar Student Society 

UNC-CH Entrepreneur's Club 

L'NC-CH Friendship Association of Chinese Students 

UNC-CH FnsbeeClub 

UNC-CH Gaming Club 

UNC-CH Geological Sodct) 

UNC-CH Gojyu Karate Club 

UNC-CH Graduate Student Philosophy Club 

UNC-CH Inierfraternitv Council 

L'NC-CH Judicial Branch of Student Government 

UNC-CH Math Club 

UNC-CH Media Board 

UNC-CH Mens Crew Club 

UNC-CH Men's Soccer Club 

UNC-CH Organization of Black Business Students 

UNC-CH Outing Club 

UNC-CH Physical Education Club 

UNC-CH Pre-Law Club 

UNC-CH Prc-VetClub 

UNC-CH Racquetball Club 

UNC-CH Readers Theatre 

UNC-CH Recreation Society 

UN< -CH Sailing Club 

UNC-CH Scuba Club 

UNC-CH Ski Club 

UNC-CH Sport Parachute Club 

UNC-CH Sports Club Council 

I N< -CH Student Chapter Affiliate of APICS 

UNC-CH Student Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild 

UNC-CH Student Government— Executive Branch 

I NC-CH Student Occupational Therapy Association 

UNC-CH Students for David Price 

UNC-CH Students for Healthy Living 

UNC-CH Water Polo 

I NC-CH Women's Basketball Club 

UNC-CH Women's Crew Team 

UNC-CH Women's Lacrosse Club 

UNC-CH Women s Volleyball Club 

LNITAS 

Undergraduate Art Association 

Undergraduate Historj Association 

Undergraduate Sociology Club 

I mted Christen Fellowship 

Whitehead Medical Society 



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Yacketv Yack 

Yin-Yang Tae Kwon Do Academy 

Young Democrats of UNC-CH 

Zeta Phi Beta 

Zeta Tau Alpha 



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Fraternities and Sororities 249 

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Fraternities and Sororities 251 



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raternities 



Sigma Nu 

Sponsors Campus and Community Activities 



Sigma Nu Members 

in order of initiation 



Martin Borden 


Todd Ballanger 


Kent Moore 


Karl Bitter 


Trey Carter 


Christopher Peeler 


Davis Bradshaw 


Jay Dees 


Tommy Porter 


Putt Browning 


Jeffery English 


Grey Sarvis 


Skipper Hines 


Charles Furr 


Ned Schenck 


Barrett Kitch 


Keith Norris 


Robert Smith 


Tony Pemble 


Keith Payne 


William Stratton 


Edward Toth 


Ha! Rollins 


Jeffrey Wells 


Brent Young 


Jerry Setzer 


Charles Enloe 


Richard Duncan 


Patrick Truluck 


Kevin Martin 


Luke Burge 


James Larkin 


Bev Tucker 


Hack High 


Reed Diamond 


John Campbell 


Beckton James 


David Ausborn 


Cooper Jobe 


Mark Martin 


Richard Belton 


Darryl Johnston 


Hal Wilson 


John Rustin 


Thomas Kight 


Calvin Smith 


Patrick Smith 


Trey Loughran 


Jeffrey Goldman 


Richmond Wrenn 


Samuel Stephenson 


Seth Crichton 


Jeffrey Tiddy 


James Thrasher 


Gibb Heilman 


Michael Nichols 


Carter Walters 


David Langley 


Michael Borden 


Stephen West 


Chip Norcross 


David Brown 


Travis Darnell 


Jeffrey Ruin ley 


Michael Brubaker 


Todd McKee 


Scott Scott 


Steven Case 


Marc Croggon 


David Smith 


Sean Gibbons 


Harris Gilbert 


Brady Wells 


Colin Gillespie 


Matthew Mikula 


John Parham 


Michael Goldman 


Gregory Zeeman 


Richard Moore 


Andrew Hunter 





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Alpha Tau Omega 



Renovated Its House 




Alpha Tau Omega Members 



Tommy Bagwell 
Bo Barfield 
Vann Blakenship 
John Bittner 
Ford Bowers 
Harry Burgess 
Russell Cauble 
John Campbell 
Tony Ciamillo 
Rob Dellinger 
Steve Fennell 
Sam Franklin 
Tyson Gischel 
Geoff Grisham 
Guy Guarino 
Scott Had en 
Boyd Harden 
Bo Harrison 
Mike Hartley 
Kurt Hausler 
Bill Heeden 
Dave Hollan 



George Howard 
Nelson Hughes 
Dave Huntington 
Dupont Kirven 
Bill Outcaster 
Al Mason 
John McAllister 
Ripley Rand 
John Robbins 
Doug Scott 
Steve Shaw 
Sean Spainhour 
Steen Spove 
Mark Sternal 
Scott Sternberg 
James Taylor 
Kerry Thompson 
Chris Tobin 
Michael Webber 
Al Whitley 
Chris Wilkinson 
Ronnie Wiilard 



Founded: 


Virginia Military Institute, 




Va„ 1865 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1879 


Credo: 


Virtue, Truth and Love 


History: 


Renovated its house for 




$90,000 


Officers: 


President Guy Guarino, 




Vice President James 




Taylor, Secretary Dupont 




Kirven, Treasurer Tommy 




Bagwell 


Total Members: 


50 


Total Pledges: 


12 



Alpha Tau Omega 255 



Delta Tau Delt 



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Recolonized in 1384 




Delta Tau Delta Members 


Phil Amnions 


Doug Mecklenburg 


Tom Brock 


Tim Mehringer 


Mike Bunting 


Doug Messina 


Jon Clark 


Chris Porter 


Rich Crawford 


Chris Read 


Billy Daniels 


Scott Russsell 


Alan Diamond 


Quinton Smith 


George Fisher 


Kirt Storch 


Mike Groch 


Scott Taylor 


John Guy 


Chris Walker 


Chris Hawkins 


Randy Wheeler 


James Hill 


Mike Wing 


Gary Klein 


Dave Wyatt 


Keith McAfee 


Mike Zimmerman 



Founded: 


Bethany College, Va., 1858 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


April 12, 1921 


Purpose: 


To strive for positive 




involvement in growth of the 




community and selves through 




competitive spirit and original 




ideas by diverse brotherhood 


History: 


Recolonized in 1 984 after 




suspension by Interfraternity 




Council 


Total Members: 


32 


Total Pledges: 


4 


Officers: 


President Mike Groch, 




Vice President Dave Wyatt, 




Secretary Alan Diamond, 




Treasurer James Hill 



256 Delia Tau Delta 



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Kappa Psi 

Pharmaceutical Fraternity 




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Founded: 


Russell Military Academy, 




1901 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


May 1, 1915 


Purpose: 


To promote the profession 




of pharmacy 


Sponsors: 


Hypertension and 




osteoporosis clinics, 




Ronald McDonald Houses 


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Kappa 


Psi Members 


Joseph Abdalla 


Bill Koonce 


David Agner 


Sterling Koonce 


Brvan Baines 


Steve Koontz 


Glenn Bass 


Ken Krause 


Chris Bond 


Henrietta Lee 


Clavton Brooks 


Mvra Lindsav 


Mark Brooks 


Katie Mavo 


Gene Brown 


Brent Miller 


Matt Cartrette 


Jonathan Miller 


Phil Cates 


Greg Morris 


Jerry Clavton 


Andy Myers 


Jeff Collins 


Merrit O'Brien 


Karen DeBruhl 


Julie Pinson 


Lisa Edwards 


Joev Pippin 


John Evans 


Scott Plvler 


Todd Ferguson 


Mike Raper 


Eric Fralev 


Jonathan Reece 


Gene Glaze 


Allen Rogers 


Mark Glover 


Pam Sarver 


Mark Greenwell 


Raju Shah 


Beth Hamilton 


Sherrie Snyder 


Paul Heath 


Teddy Tedder 


Anthony Jarman 


Jimmy Vecchiolla 


David ke\s 


John Watson 


Butch King 


Melissa Williams 


Mary Knight 


Randy Winslow 



Kappa Psi 257 



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Pi Kappa Phi 

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Pi Kappa 


Phi Members 




Rod Andrew 


Patrick Long 




Alan Atwcll 


Jay Mahoney 




Scott Bain 


Eric McDonald 




Andy Ball 


Randy McFayden 




Patrick Ballantine 


Jeff Michael 




Arthur Barbee 


Scott Miller 




Jim Belk 


Pete Moore 




Mark Bessette 


Rick Moore 


Johnny Biggers 


Ransom Murphy 




Sam Bright 


Hunter Norman 




Daryl Brown 


Mike Nowakowski 




Craig Burris 


Tim Ogburn 




Lee Burris 


Dave Parker 




Chip Butler 


Mike Petty 




Chris Coker 


Brandon Pope 


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Rusty Crafton 


Chris Poulos 




Walter Craven 


Paul Quinn 




Bennett Deane 


Jack Redhead 




Tim Donoghue 


Chris Regeis 




Joh Eason 


Dan Reiman 




Sean Fincher 


Lance Rhew 




John Flora 


Jim Riedy 




Chip Fontaine 


Len Rowe 




Scott Fuller 


John Sanzone 


Mike Garrett 


Tim Shank 




Scott Gerlach 


Jeff Sluder 




Steve Goodson 


Van Smith 




Eric Goodwin 


Jim Sorge 




John Hairr 


Shane Stadler 




Brian Hawn 


Steve Stout 




Todd Hierman 


Sam Sugg 




Ed Howie 


Jeff Sura! 




Ken Johnson 


Jim Townsend 




John Kimberling 


Chuck Tutterow 




Scott Leazer 


Craig Ward 




David Lewis 


Richard Weeks 




Todd Lewis 


Lee Wheeler 




Tommy Lloyd 


Scott Willard 




Chris Logan 


Chris Worden 




Founded: 


National College, S.C., 1904 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1914 


Credo: 


Nothing will tear us under 


Sponsors: 


N.C. Burn Center, Big Buddy 




program 


History: 


House burned in 1975, 




annual party since 1976 with 




profits for the Burn Center 


Officers: 


Presidents Jeff Michael and 




Steve Stout, Vice Presidents 




Johnny Biggers and Patrick 




Ballantine, Secretaries 




Brandon Poke and Steve 




Stout, Treasurers Alan Atwell 




and Vann Smith 



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Phi Gamma Delta 



First Organized Fraternity 



Founded: 


Washington and 




Jefferson College, 




1848 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1851 


Sponsors: 


Central Orphanage, 




Oxford 


History: 


First organized 




fraternity, annual Fiji 




Island party since 




the 1940s 


Officers: 


President Hunter 




Bost, Secretaries 




Brian Carver 




and Anc Newman 




Historian Bart Arthur 




Phi Gamma Delta Members 



Jeff Adams 
Bart Arthur 
Glenn Barber 
Hunter Bost 
Charles Carriere 
Steve Covington 
John Combs 
Brian Graver 
Dene Dawson 
David Divine 
Brad Dozier 
Rob Edwards 
Brandon Fentress 



Paul Foreman 
Raiford Garrabrandt 
Brannon Gilliam 
Paisley Gordon 
Alfred Griffin 
David Gwyn 
Jay Harris 
Adam Hill 
Joe Hogan 
Phillip Hornthal 
Battle Koonce 
Jeff Lebo 



David Lewis 
Fielding Lowe 
Will Mayo 
Edwin Miller 
James Myers 
Anc Newman 
Ethan Ontjes 
Trip Park 
Bryan Pennington 
Scott Pryzwansky 
David Ray 
Chris Roof 



Rick Russell 
Sam Simpson 
Bill Smith 
Durk Steed 
Chip Taylor 
Adam Team 
John Tillery 
Dee Warner 
David Weaver 
Alex Winters 
Frank Wood 
Robert Wooten 



Phi Gamma Delta 259 



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Beta Theta Pi 

Continues Tradition of Social Fraternity 



Beta Theta Pi Members 


Will Allen 


David Lewis 


Kent Alphin 


Matt Lotspeich 


Neil Anderson 


Sam MacRae 


Bill Beery 


David Martin 


David B rough ton 


John Mason 


Billy Brown 


Rob McCain 


Paul Browne 


Philip Miller 


Brad Conger 


Steve O'Malley 


Oscar Cranz 


David Parr 


George Dowdy 


H. Penton 


Ragan Dudley 


Bryan Pitney 


Jimmy Earnhardt 


Brooke Pitts 


Tom Eckerman 


Walker Poole 


Banks Edwards 


Andy Pulliam 


Randy Gill 


Ed Raine 


David Greene 


Rod Rose 


Alex Hagan 


Aubrey Roth rock 


Wes Hall 


Tim Roven 


Nat Hayes 


Tod Schroeder 


LeGrande Hayes 


George Scott 


Brian Hendrix 


Pete Sherman 


Mike Herrin 


Hugh Shields 


Don Higley 


Scott Shower man 


Boh Hobson 


Billy Smith 


David HuHstetler 


Scott Stepakoff 


Greg Humphreys 


Eddie Stewart 


Ian Hunter 


Berry Stubbs 


Austin Jones 


David Taylor 


Ben Kahn 


Ryan Temple 


Koley Keel 


Josh Troy 


Lon Keith 


Scott Tyler 


Rob Kenney 


Tony Ursano 


Jim Kitchen 


Jeff Vermillion 


Jack Knight 


John Whitford 


Brad Lail 


Jack Wiser 


T. Lander 


Clay Young 


Carwile LeRoy 






Founded: 


Miami University, Fla., 1839 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1852 


Purpose: 


To continue tradition of 




the social fraternity 


Sponsors: 


Underprivileged children at 




Christmas 


History: 


House was built in 1929 and 




will be renovated during 1987 


Officers: 


President Sam MacRae, 




Vice President Scott Taylor, 


, 


Treasurers Banks Edwards 




and Bob Hobson, 




House Managers Matt Hayes 




and Austin Jones 



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Chi Phi 

Blowout Not Held After 12 Years 




Chi Phi Members 


David Adams 


Chris Hodge 


Chimp Alarig 


Jeff Hoffman 


Gus Allen 


Laine Kenan 


Andy Alspaugh 


Rob Kinsey 


Brad Baker 


Frank Leak 


Wes Bernhardt 


Spencer Lilly 


Jeff Bradley 


Finlay Long 


Doug Bray 


Demon Lyons 


Brian Burchfield 


Thud Mangier 


Bruce Burchfield 


Frank Marshall 


Paul Burroughs 


Toot McDonald 


James Cole 


Pete Messner 


Dan Deuterman 


Dixon Mitchell 


Steve Dorer 


Rob Roney 


E.B. Early 


Jon Sargeant 


Rick Foster 


Jack Shoemaker 


Flvin Freeland 


Joe Shugart 


Todd Freeland 


Mush Sowers 


Chris Gosney 


Tucker Stevens 


Jay Gump 


Steve Tepper 


James Hampton 


J eft Trana 


Scott Hanvev 


Soup Valentine 


John Haystack 


Bebo Weisner 


Hash Heckman 


Rick Whittaker 


Nob Hobby 






UNC Chpt. 


Founded: 
Founded: 


Hobart University 
1858 


History: 
Officers: 

Total Members: 


Blowout party not held after 
12 years, pledge formal and 
beach weekend combined 
President Spencer Lilly, 
Vice President Roy McDonald, 
Secretary Joe Shugart, 
Treasurer Todd Freeland, 
Sergeant at Arms Rob Roney 
49 


Total Pledges: 


18 



Chi Pfu 261 



Sigma Chi 

Sponsors Derby Days 



Sigma Chi Members 


Skeen Ad cock 


Mike Killian 


Alex Barnctt 


Jeff Knight 


Steve Bayliss 


M. Scott Knox 


Tommy Beaty 


J. Scott Knox 


Ken Benson 


Jeff Krenk 


Tim Berrigan 


Todd Linquist 


Woody Bibb 


Winston Lloyd 


Rodney Brooks 


Bruce Loth 


Joe Cambria 


Bobby Merritt 


John Carr 


Brett Myers 


Rick Carroll 


Kirk Nobles 


Jeff Christian 


Rence Oliphant 


Doug Clark 


Chuck Osborne 


Tommy Cole 


Greg Potts 


Tracey Cole 


Eric Prior 


Keith Cooke 


Danny Rosin 


Michaux Crocker 


Brent Robertson 


|ohn Cummings , 


Todd A. Robinson 


Steve Dairy m pic 


Todd P. Robinson 


Alan Dodson 


Pete Roethling 


Mark Doggett 


Jeff Royal 


Derek Ezzeil 


John Ruocchio 


John Cooper 


John Saitta 


Trey Flault 


Dave Sawin 


Ronald Foresta 


Todd Silliman 


Tom Fro man 


Vinny Simone 


Whit Goodrich 


Kevin Smith 


Mark Gunter 


John Stemper 


Zachary Hamm 


Jeff Stenzel 


Dave Hansen 


Damion Taylor 


Will Harrill 


Max Tilson 


Allen Hewett 


John T re vat hart 


James Holshouser 


Craig Tierney 


Andy House 


Steve Vaughn 


David Huggins 


Jay Wardlaw 


Greg Jarvis 


Morgan Wells 




Founded: 


Miami, Ohio, 1855 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1889 


Sponsors: 


Derby Days, a preschool in Raleigh for 




which Sigma Chi raised $8,000 over two 




years 


Officers: 


President Todd Robinson, Vice President 




Ken Benson, Secretary Michaux Crocker, 




Treasurer Zack Hamm 


Total Members: 


65 



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Z e t a P s i 

Chapter Founded in 1858 




Founded: 

UNC Chpt. Founded: 

Officers: 



New York, 1847 

1858 

President Duncan Morton, 

Vice President Joe 

Jenkins, Secretary 

S. Lineberger, Treasurer 

Mike Stainback, Sergeant 

at Arms John Ruddy 





Zeta Psi Members 




Tripp Anderson 


Carter Lee 


Jim Shuford 


Mike Bateman 


David Liggett 


Byron Smith 


Bill Blount 


Sullivan Lineberger 


Martin Sprock 


Tilden Collier 


Britt Mercer 


Mike Stainback 


Chris Donohue 


Duncan Morton 


Nick Street 


Hugh Donohue 


Peck Morton 


Billy Thomas 


Marshal! Dunlap 


Paul Parker 


Chris Thompson 


John Gibbs 


Leigh Pell 


Cam Walker 


Jim Hill 


Ashton Poole 


Dunlop White 


Cash Hilnier 


Kenan Poole 


John White 


Drew Howell 


George Ragsdale 


Jay Wotring 


Allen Ives 


Marshall Rand 


Murray Williams 


Joe Jenkins 


John Ruddy 


Joel Williams 


David Lacy 


Gray Schell 





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Lambda Chi Alpha 

Rechartered in September 1J86 



Lambda Chi 


Alpha Members 


Nick Bagshawe 


Allen Home 


Chris Bcnsen 


Jeff Jenkins 


Scott Bilbro 


Robert Jessup 


Scott Boatwright 


David Johnson 


William Bolton 


Dayton Kayler 


Craig Bomberger 


Brent Lambert 


Lee Brogden 


Robert Larkin 


Foster Brown 


Scott Larsen 


John Burton 


David Lewis 


Tim Cable 


Gordon Martin 


Mark Chamberlain 


Charles Moore 


Eric Chilton 


Mark Morris 


John Cloninger 


Jay Osborne 


Gary Cram 


Mark Peters 


Walter Denning 


Dan Raynor 


Brock Dickinson 


Lacy Reeder 


Monty Dixon 


Jamal Reimer 


Tim Edmisten 


Scott Riddle 


Mike Farrell 


Alan Rights 


Ray Fields 


Pat Simpson 


James Freeman 


Daryl Smith 


Brian Gallagher 


John Smith 


Ed Garrabrant 


Will Smith 


Durral Gilbert 


Pete Sonkin 


Sterling Gilreath 


Todd Sparger 


Bill Greene 


Steve Tilley 


John Griset 


Dave Warlick 


Billy Hagwood 


Tommy Warlick 


Stan Hardesty 


Dave Wiggins 


John Hardy 


David Williams 


Dan Hester 


Brian Windham 


Steve Holmes 


Andy Witherspoon 




Founded: 


Indianapolis 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


April 22, 1926, rechartered 




September 27, 1986 


Credo: 


Fraternity of honest friendship 


Sponsors: 


Interfaith Council, Red Cross, 




Camp New Hope 


History: 


Rechartered one year after 




recolonization 


Officers: 


President Dan Raynor, 




Vice President Scott 




Boatwright, Secretary Stan 




Hardesty, Treasurer Bill 


/ 


Greene, Rush Chairman 




Eric Chilton 



264 Lambda Chi Alpha 



Phi Delta Chi 

Sponsors March of Dimes, Walk America 



Founded: 
UNC Chpt. Founded: 


Michigan, 1883 
1923 


Credo: 
Sponsors: 

Officers: 


Each needs the help of the other 
March of Dimes, Walk America, 
Pharmacy Symposium 
President Trent Beach, Vice President 


Total Members: 


Kim Watson, Secretary Nan Tauscher, 

Treasurer Duane Davis 

14 


Total Pledges: 


11 



Phi Delta Chi Members 

Trent A. Beach 
David Cody 
Pamela Corrigan 
B. Duane Davis 
Chris Greene 
Lisa Harvey 
Leigh Jeffreys 
Jeff Jones 
Robbin Lee 
Robert Lee 
Roddy Michelove 
Brian Neptune 
Kimberlv Owens 
Dana Roten 
Luisa Spivev 
Nan Tauscher 
Kimberly Watson 
Stefani Wolff 




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Phi Delta Chi 265 



Kappa Sigma 

Attends National Convention Semiannually 



Founded: 


University of Virginia, Va., 




1869 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


June 3, 1893 


Sponsors: 


American Cancer Society, 




Lenox Baker Children's 




Hospital, Durham, 




Oxford Orphanage 


History: 


formal at Jekyll Island, 




Ga., voted top 10 chapter 




in nation a few years ago, 




attends national 




convention semiannually 







Kappa Sigma Members 


Matthew Ayotte 


Gary Kayye 


Tony Baddour 


Elmer Kennedy 


Tom Ballus 


Randy Kirby 


Matt Beam 


John McClanahan 


Tom Bennett 


Scott McGahey 


Josh Bobbitt 


Preston McKenzie 


David Brady 


Jon Michalec 


Ricky Brewer 


Steve Mohorn 


Malcolm Campbell 


Thorn Morris 


Rob Chase 


Tom Newby 


Pete Chepul 


Wes Parris 


David Clary 


Michael Patton 


Ross Coulter 


Chris Peace 


Phil Craig 


Donnie Peoples 


Bob Crawford 


Todd Perry 


Tom Crawford 


Lee Picklesimer 


David Dailey 


Stuart Powell 


Billy Dillon 


Rick Radford 


Dirk Edwards 


Scott Rankin 


Dave Ely 


John Rogers 


Brent Ericson 


John Schmitz 


Jay Foscue 


Chris Scott 


Mitch Fuller 


Tom Shaw 


Ray Gold 


Greg Simmons 


Kyle Grady 


Chuck Vollmer 


Rick Greene 


Jon Wallner 


Tim Hall 


Jeff Wilder 


Mark Harris 


Mel Williams 


Chip Hawke 


Keith Wood 


Stu Hawley 


Kelly Woodruff 


Sparky Heitman 


Lynn Woodruff 


Scott Hinkle 


Bob Wooten 


Choots Humphries 


Denny Worley 


Hal Hunnicut 


Kevin Yoo 


Andrew Jackson 


Greg Yuzuik 


Todd Jove 


Mike Zlotnicki 


Stu Kagel 






266 Kappa Sigma 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 

Sponsors ike 5 0-Year- Old Beat Dook Parade 




Pi Kappa Alpha 
Members 

Greg Adzema 
James Babb 
Robert Babb 
Edward Bates 
Jerry Ben field 
Edwin Bland 
Charles Blanton 
Jared Blass 
Edward Boehm 
Kenneth Brockway 
David Burcham 
Daniel Ciprari 
Joseph Ciprari 
Jamie Clark 
Roger Cobb 
David Conner 
John Crymes 
Marshall Draughn 
John Elderkin 
William Elfiand 
Randall Farmer 
William Fine 
Stuart Friou 
William Fuller 
Robert Gore 
Jeffery Guillebeau 
James Hale 
Sean Hickey 
Danny Howat 
Thomas Jernigan 
Edward Johnson 
Charles Jones 
Jeffrey Kaufman 
Jeffrey Kirby 
Stuart Levinson 
Doyle Marler 
Paul McGarr 
Franklin McGuire 
Chapman McQueen 
Brent Milgram 
Christopher Miller 
Eric Oliver 
Myers Perry 
David Pokela 
Bradley Rice 
Thomas Rogers 
Robert Rose 
Michael Rosenbacher 
Norman Sharpless 
Charles Snellgrove 
David Spindle 
Henry Stevens 
Overton Suiter 
Steve Sytz 
Norwood Teague 
William Walker 
Steven Yurko 



Pi Kappa Alpha 267 



Chi Psi 

Continuously Active Since 192X 






Founded: Union 
College, 
1841 
UNC Chpt. Founded: 1855 






Chi Psi Members 




James Albright 


Kris Fetter 


Mike Mezei 


Richard Archie 


David Fountain 


Smithson Mills 


Scott Bailev 


Stephen Frucci 


Wade Mills 


Jon Baker 


Scott Garfinkel 


Clem Monroe 


Ryan Baiot 


Dan Goldstein 


Peter Morris 


Chuck Beasley 


Robert Gourley 


Walter Morris 


James Beeler 


James Greenhill 


Chris Mum ford 


Bill Bernard 


Todd Hart 


Brian Murray 


James Best 


Bryan Hassel 


Mark Pavao 


Peter Brooks 


Pat Havden 


Pat Plewman 


Chuck I). Brown 


Terence Healy 


Benjamin Popkin 


Chuck Chuck M. B 


own Reggie Henderson 


Vic Randolph 


Eddie Burgin 


David Hermer 


Ted Ridgway 


David Burns 


Kimo Higgins 


Chris Routh 


Greg Camp 


Robert H in ton 


Darren Royer 


Charles Cassell 


Alex Hodges 


Jon Rust 


Chris Chapman 


Alec Hudnut 


Scott Ruth 


Martin Clark 


Hector Ingram 


Tom Safford 


Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld David Joel 


David Samuels 


Stephen Comfort 


Eddie Jones 


Alan Singleton 


Louis Corrigan 


Ray Jones 


Devin Smith 


Claude Courbois 


Charles Kanos 


Jerome Smith 


Pip Courbois 


Jeremy Kelly 


Mike Soboeiro 


James Crutch field 


Robert Kennedy 


Andrew Taubman 


Dwight DeBrcc 


Bud Long 


Rob Vanderberry 


John Devine 


Bill Madden 


Kit Wellman 


Stephen Ducey 


Rick Maechling 


Clinton Wilburn 


John Edwards 


Wayne Maness 


Ian Williams 


Mike Egues 


Ned Martel 


Bill Yelverton 


Glenn Elter 


Scott Martin 


Alex Young 


Ali Farahnakian 


Drew McNally 


Jack Zehner 


James Fawcett 







268 Chi Psi 




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Delta Upsilon 

Sixth. Oldest Fraternity 




Delta Upsil 


on Members 


Rand Ayer 


Jimmy L.ee 


Brian Bailev 


Brad Link 


Warren Bane 


Mike Littlejohn 


Mike Bellamy 


Bill Loeffler 


Drake Berryhill 


Ty Lowery 


James Bone 


Dennis Massengill 


Joe Bonnin 


Toby Moore 


Mark Brown 


John Morrissee 


Joseph Bryan 


David Mullinix 


Kyle Caddell 


Alex Monroe 


Dan Cahill 


Tracy McCorquodale 


Matt Campbell 


John McGee 


Mike Carter 


Jeff Neel 


Bruce Cohen 


Greg Pate 


Keith Collier 


John Patterson 


Neil Conti 


Rob Paynter 


Buddy Creef 


Rich Peccie 


Thomas Crockett 


Craig Pippert 


Grady Grumpier 


Kevin Prakke 


David Cunanan 


Mark Prakke 


Steve Day 


Randv Robinson 


Randy Diggs 


Coleman Ross 


Dennis Douds 


Pat Sarsfield 


Scott Edlein 


Will Shoemaker 


Phillip Edwards 


Gregg Sista 


Scott Garrison 


Matt Slotkin 


Dave Gavin 


Garrick Smith 


Brian Goode 


Will Sneden 


Jeff Graham 


Kepley Stonestreet 


Nathan Gray 


Mike Tandv 


David Gubin 


Jeff Taylor 


Ash Gurgis 


Mike Taylor 


Jim Hall 


Mike Tester 


Will Henderson 


Marc Turner 


Hugh Highsmith 


Don Vincent 


Ross Hobson 


Wes Watkins 


Mitch Johnston 


Brandon Wells 


Chris Jones 


John Williams 


Keith Jurney 


Woodv Winter 


Nick Kiousis 


Dave Wood 


Steve Klein 


Jim Zook 


Chris Krogh 


Andre Zwilling 


Rick Lane 


Gregg Zwilling 


Kenny Lawson 





Founded: 


Williams College, 1834 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1953 


Credo: 


Justice, our foundation 


Sponsors: 


American Red Cross, 




Oxford Orphanage 


Activities: 


Fall beach date party 




held for 1 9 years 


History: 


Sixth oldest fraternity, 




intramural champions 




six of last seven years 


Officers: 


President Mark Prakke, 




Vice President Will 




Sneden 



Delta Upsilon 269 



Delta Sigma Pi 



Business Fraternity 



Founded: 


N.Y. University 




School of 




Accounts, 




Finance and 




Commerce, 




1907 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


May 25, 1925 


Purpose: 


To foster the 




study of 




business in 




universities and 




to encourage 




scholarship, 




social activity 




and student 




association 


Officer: 


President Heidi 




Zehnal 






Delta Sigma Pi Members 


Carolyn Anderson 


Suzanne Fulp 


Kim Munn 


Linda Arruda 


Mary Grant 


Mike Oakes 


Donna Base 


David Griffin 


Steve Page 


Barbara Baumann 


Anne Harboe 


Christa Pendry 


Scott Bengel 


Debora Harrington 


Patricia Porubsky 


Les Bethune 


Drew Haynie 


Christine Powers 


Linda Birkin 


David Helms 


Jennifer Quinn 


Bobby Blakley 


Ginna Hermosisima 


Nicole Rowland 


Jennifer Boles 


Robbie Honeycutt 


Brian Rourke 


Karen Boyer 


Sharon Hong 


Susan Ruppe 


Kim Boyette 


Lorie Hoppers 


Mary Shelton 


Renee Briley 


Paul Isle 


Jeff Sims 


Karen Brown 


Tammy Jackson 


Doug Spencer 


Patricia Bryant 


Scott Jones 


Sunday Spinn 


Debbie Butensky 


Richard Kannan 


Steen Spove 


Christy Carter 


Debbie Kaplan 


Tom Stab 


Estella Christie 


Jane Kellam 


Mark Stancil 


Julie Coffey 


Mini Khanna 


Alice Stetson 


Chris Cooley 


Lee Kiser 


Ken Sutton 


Linda Cooper 


Anne Lacy 


Sarah Temple 


Lee Danford 


Phil Lanning 


Richard Tooke 


Pam Danford 


John Lee 


Lisa VonHagen 


Pamela Dent 


Harper Liles 


Brent Waddell 


Mike Desmond 


Lynn Linthicum 


Michaela Waldrop 


Mark Doggett 


Scott Martin 


Mary Waller 


Jill Edwards 


Stephanie McCotter 


Pam Ward 


Julie Edwards 


Russ McElroy 


Mark Warmuth 


Donna Eidson 


Susan McKay 


Jeff West 


Bob Ellis 


Mandy McNamara 


Angela Williams 


Lynne Evans 


Roy McRea 


Heather Williams 


Vickie Ferris 


Mona Moon 


Heidi Zehnal 


David Fisher 


Laura Morgan 


Athena Zourzoukis 


Steve Fishe 


Sheree Morton 





270 Delia Sigma Pi 




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Phi Delta Theta 

Sponsors Department of Pediatrics 





Phi Delta Theta Members 



Bill Abernathy 
Chuck Alexander 
Page Allen 
Baines Authur 
Waightetill Avery 
Bill Bainbridge 
Mark Brooks 
Allen Clayton 
Lee Edwards 
Chris Elliot 
Jay Faison 
David Ferguson 
Samuel Froelich 
Jim Galloway 
Corey Gavitt 
Michael Giblin 
Raymond Gibson 
John Gilbert 
Harvey Grasty 
Ethan Hadley 
Sandy Hardison 
Kevin Haus 
Geoff Henson 
Russ Hollers 
Tommy Hunter 
Wesley Johnson 
Lunsford King 



Chuck Lotz 
Jeff Lowe 
John Lowe 
J.L. Lowe 
Ben Lucas 
Hunter McShan 
Robert Mitchener 
Ben Mosley 
Carter Newbold 
Craig O'Caliaghan 
Richard Pace 
Whit Page 
Jimmy Patrick 
Jack Patteson 
John Pope 
Chris Pugh 
Joe Roddey 
Will Rogers 
Chris Smith 
Gib Smith 
Jim Spencer 
Joe Stanley 
John Staton 
Thiele Todd 
Brent Walker 
David Ward 
Adams Whithers 
David Woronoff 



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Founded: 


University of Miami, Ohio, 1848 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1885 


Sponsors: 


Department of Pediatrics 


Officers: 


President David Ward, Vice 




President Jack Patteson, 




Secretary Carter Newbold, 




Treasurer Chuck Lotz 



Phi Delta Theta 271 



St. Anthony Hall 



Literary Fraternity 







St. Anthony Hall 
Members 

Brian Bannigan 
Russ Barberio 
Greg Black well 
Ellen Braswell 
D.J. Cervino 
Lauran Custer 
Anna Davenport 
Robin Dial 
John Ensslin 
Lynn Evans 
Jen Fahey 
Genevieve Halkett 
Mark Harrison 
Stuart Irby 
Tom Jenkins 
Ken Kasriel 
Quince Marcum 
Tom Maxwell 
Allyson Metzger 
Ann Marie Noakes 
Noelle Ocon 
Kellan Peck 
Todd Plummer 
Brian Rainey 
Mark Slotnick 
Jim Spainhour 
Teddie Spence 
Jennifer Stanley 
Charlie Teravainen 
Jamie Tyson 
Sheila West 
Laura Wilson 




Founded: 


Columbia University, N.Y., 




1847 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1854, rechartered 1926 


Activities: 


Poetry readings, Swing 




Out party for alumni 


History: 


Alumni include Charles 




Kuralt and Jeff MacNelly 


Officers: 


President Greg Blackwell, 




Secretary Brian Bannigan, 




Treasurer Chuck 




Teravainen, Sergeant at 




Arms Stuart Irby 


Total Members: 


31 



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Delta Phi Epsilon 

Sponsors Annual Balloon Ascension for Cystic Fibrosis Since 1373 




Delta Phi Epsilon Members 

Cynthia Childs 
Suzanne Collins 
Lisa Davidson 
Heather Frey 
Claudia Gresham 
Lindsay Hayes 
Beth Kraczon 
Keilah Kuzminski 
Nancy Linder 
Beth Meekins 
Erika Milnor 
Stephanie Nuckles 
Teresa Ooley 
Amy Quesenberrv 
Robin Sehexnayder 
Alicia Sisk 
Sara Stone 
Laura Swanson 
Kim Thigpen 
Ann Trollinger 
Anne Westall 
Debbie Zolner 



Delia Pki Epsilon 273 



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Founded: Wesleyan Female College, Ga., 1851 
UNC Chpt. Founded: November 1 1 , 1 939 
Credo: We live for each other 
Sponsors: National Philanthropy, Ronald 
McDonald House 
History: Oldest secret society for women in world 
Officers: President Beth Beaver, Vice Presidents 
Kelly Thorburn and Michelle Hockman, 
Treasurer Jean Smith 
Total Members: 92 
Total Pledges: 52 



274 Alpha Delia Pi 




Alpha Delta Pi 

Oldest Secret Society for College Women 








Alpha Delta Pi Members 




Angela Allred 


Tracy Dickinson 


Jenny Hensel 


Claire Mickler 


V irginia Smith 


Sally Atkisson 


Lisa Doughten 


Lisa Hettler 


Laurie Milholen 


Lynn Sorrels 


Kim Badders 


Anna Dunstan 


Ashley Hinton 


Julie Miller 


Laura Sturn 


Holly Baker 


Elisa Edwards 


Michelle Hockman 


Mollie Modlin 


Elizabeth Sullivan 


Beverlv Barnhil! 


Paige El rod 


Carol Hooks 


Carol Moodv 


Elizabeth Swaim 


Beth Beaver 


Barbara Evans 


Sarah Hoskins 


Dana Mossman 


Camilla Taft 


Ruth Bennett 


Carole Ferguson 


Pam Howard 


Pam Murphy 


Adair Tamplin 


Kathy Boone 


Lisa Ferguson 


Paige Ingram 


Lee Ann Necessary 


Mary Thomason 


Anissa Boyer 


Ashley Ferrell 


Elizabeth Jones 


Jill Nunnerv 


Kellv Thorburn 


Micah Brawley 


Katherine Fleer 


Katie Jump 


Eve O'Neil 


Kellon Tippett 


Alice Bumgarner 


Carla Fox 


Catherine Kirkpatrick 


Cathy Paparazo 


Emily Traywick 


Dana Bunker 


Laura Ford 


Martha Koonce 


India Parris 


Karen Tucker 


Susan Burke 


Amy Fulton 


Rainey Langley 


Boo Patterson 


Lisa Upchurch 


Joanne Carlson 


Cathy Furr 


Leigh Lanier 


Michele Philbrick 


Havlee Waddey 


Nancy Cashion 


Kelly Gallagher 


Tracev Leber 


Angie Powell 


Cornelia Wallace 


Sarah Cheney 


Suzanne Coins 


Elizabeth Levergood 


Donna Rigley 


Hayes Warren 


Andrea Collias 


Betsy Goldman 


Missy Lingenfelter 


Jane E. Roper 


Mendv Wartman 


Katie Cooley 


Lynnette Griesmer 


Harriet Litde 


Kristina Rundquist 


Beth Weeks 


Karen Cottingham 


Patty Griggs 


Beth Long 


Lori Rusher 


Jill West 


Cindy Courson 


Julie Groves 


Richelle Lowery 


Chris Schultz 


Copie Wheless 


Sarah Covington 


Linda Hagaseth 


Kirsten Lue 


Diane Scober 


Sheri Whitacre 


Mar)' Ann Coward 


Cindy Hagood 


Elizabeth Malcom 


Laurenn Sharp 


Laura Whidev 


Suzanne Craft 


Kim Hall 


Tania Malik 


Laura Singer 


Alicia Wilfong 


Marsie Cranford 


Paige Hansen 


April Maness 


Amy Sloop 


Michelle Wilson 


Missy Cranford 


Robin Harper 


Marv Martin 


Suzanne Smiley 


Rebecca Wilson 


Stephanie Crovell 


Lisa Hawgood 


Donna McGee 


Janet Smith 


Christine Winchester 


Anne-Lvnne Davis 


Leisa Hawley 


Trish McKane 


Jean Smith 


Sami Winter 


Eve Davis 


Wendy Heavner 


Jill Merkin 


Raine Smith 


Susan Wood 


Dawn Derby 











Alpha Delia Pi 275 



Pi Beta Phi 



First Secret Women's Society Modeled After Greek Fraternities 




Founded: 


Monmouth College, III., 1867 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1923 


Sponsors: 


National philanthropy, Fine Arts 




Festival, Bike Across America 


Activities: 


Bloodmobile, Cancer Society smoke 




Smoke Out, Derby Week 


History: 


First secret women's society modeled 




after Greek fraternities 




Pi Beta Phi Members 



Mamie Abbott 
Mary Adanison 
Coleman Allen 
Fiz Anderson 
Chase Avery 
Spencer Barnes 
Julia-Carr Bayler 
Sarah Beth Bennett 
Barbara Bissell 
Martha Blackwelder 
Anslcy Bosi 
Catherine Bowen 
Katie Boyer 
Molly Brooks 
Maria Browne 
West ray Bunn 
Christy Carson 
Andrea Carter 
Sallie Carter 
Kate Connor 
Alicia Corbin 
Claire Corter 



Sebrell CoupJand 
Landis Cox 
Laura Crabtree 
Cynthia Crews 
Wanda N. Culbrelh 
Kimberly Culler 
Patti Gulp 
Ashley Davis 
Catherine Davis 
Laurie Dhue 
Natalie Dick 
Gwen Dixon 
Elisabeth Donnovin 
Cackie Dowd 
Heather Duncan 
Jean Eriksson 
Gigi Evans 
Tenley Farrell 
Mary Kendall Fergu 
Caroline Finklea 
Tracy Folck 



Paige Ford 
Nici Fraley 
Deedee Frasche 
Nicole Frei 
Donna Gamble 
Caroline Garden 
Susan Gardner 
Carol Geer 
Nicki Girmes 
Lisa Goddard 
Connie Godwin 
Babette Goldstein 
Gena Graham 
Seldon Gray 
Ginger Hamby 
Nancy Hanes 
Jennifer Harley 
Susan Harris 
son Mary Hahn Hendon 
Vicki Herbert 
Anslev Herring 



Sarah Houghton 
Mary Howe 
Eleanor Huffmes 
Laurie Hynes 
Berkley Ingram 
Kerry James 
Janet Jarman 
Caroline Johnson 
Margaret Jonas 
Alystyre Julian 
Mary Pat Karme! 
Leigh Kempson 
Francis King 
Susan Klompmaker 
Susan Larimer 
Kirsten Lellcr 
Susan Long 
Linda Louder mi Ik 
Beth Anne Lovekin 
Dabney Mann 
Susan Martin 



Michelle Mason 
Kellie McElhaney 
Sally McEhoy 
Amy Meadows 
Catherine Merriman 
Alice Michaux 
Meredith Miller 
Claire Mitchell 
Laura Morris 
Leta Morris 
Douglass Mottley 
Lauren O'Connor 
Debbie Oates 
Caroline Okun 
Tracy Orcutt 
Margaret Park 
Louise Patrick 
Anne Patteson 
Fanny Peel 
Merrie Mac Pell 
Farsh Percy 



Debbie Plettner 
Kim Potter 
Frances Robicseck 
Laurie Rodgers 
Grace Roth rock 
Nina Ruberti 
Caroline Rumsey 
Amy Sawyer 
Theresa Slechta 
Elizabeth Sloan 
Ann Stephenson 
Paula Storeh 
Susan Suratt 
Harriel Tauber 
Carolyn Taylor 
De Thomes 
Lucy Thompson 
Patty Thompson 
( larolyn Thornton 
Kathleen Thornton 
Jessie Tomlinson 



Kari Torjussen 
Lee Tremlett 
Ellen Turner 
Mary Turner 
Tonya Turner 
Karen Underwood 
Martha Van Winkle 
Bowen Vanderberry 
Raymur Walton 
Ashley Watters 
Mary Weiss 
Megan Wetherill 
Mary Beth White 
Milary While 
Cassie Whiteside 
Brady Whitley 
Laura Wilier 
Leslie Williams 
Mary Beth Wooten 
Marly Worthy 
Mary Hannah Wyman 



276 Pi Beta Pki 



Delta Sigma Theta 



First Black Sorority on Campus 




Delta Sigma Theta Members 

Tanya Bryant 
Felecia Carter 
Brettia Egerton 
Virginia Hardy 
Tammy Hunter 
Lauren Jovner 
Christe! Lee 
Angelia Moore 
Helen Pierce 
Chrystal Redding 
Keisha Richardson 
Michelle Smith 
Annetta Stokes 
Amanda Thompson 
Debbie Thompson 
Granette Trent 
Evelma White 
Kwanna Williamson 



Founded: 


Howard University, Washington, D.C., 




1913 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1973 


Credo: 


Intelligence is the torch of wisdom 


Activities: 


Annual Sweetheart Ball since 1975, 




Founder's Week activities, peer 




counseling project, reception with 




two other sororities 


History: 


First black sorority on campus, over 




200,000 members including chapters 




in Haiti and Virgin Islands, alumni 




include Rhodes Scholar Robyn M. 




Hadley, pledges are called the 




pyramid circle 


Officers: 


President Evelma S. White, Vice 




Presidents Virginia D. Hardy and 




Helen E. Pierce, Secretary Tammy 




D. Hunter, Treasurer Chrystal W. 




Redding 


Total Members: 


8 


Total Pledges: 


10 



Delia Sigma Theta 277 









Delta Delta Delta Members 




Martha Abercrombie 


Kilby Dixon 


Ashley Hoskins 


Kristen Morris 


Sarah Staedke 


Susan Abrahamson 


Torie Donovan 


Beth Howard 


Regan Murray 


Mary Scott Strain 


Mary Charles Avinger 


Karen Draughon 


Margaret Huckabee 


Rebecca Nesbit 


Becky Stratton 


Meg Baillo 


Chrissy Duffy 


Hillary Humphrey 


Angie Nix 


Tyler Stuart 


Ellen Bakken 


Ashley Early 


Susan Ibraham 


Lisa Ogburn 


Rosaiyn Tanner 


Elyse Balderacchi 


Charlotte Eaves 


Mary Campbell Jenkins 


Sarah Parrot 


Marsha Tart 


Missy Barker 


Elizabeth Edwards 


Caroline Johnson 


Reid Patton 


Kristen Terry 


Elizabeth Bass 


Jennifer Edwards 


Jane Ivey Johnson 


Laura Peay 


Christy Thomas 


Tara Benton 


Lauren Elder 


Kelly Jorgenson 


Marcie Perrin 


Hannah Thompson 


Larissa Biggers 


Michelle Elder 


Caroline Kearns 


Mary Pleasant 


Annie Towe 


Jill Blevins 


Margaret Ellington 


Jennifer Keller 


Emily Pleasants 


Mary Claire Turner 


Emily Blount 


Louise Evans 


Susan Kemm 


Betsy Plumlee 


Nicole Turner 


Kelly Bowles 


Savannah Farlowe 


Heyden Kennedy 


Susan Powell 


Josie Ward 


Keith Brettman 


Christy Ford 


Julie Kennedy 


Anne Ragsdale 


Laurie Watel 


Jan Brown 


Karen Gansman 


Jenny Kline 


Louise Rambo 


Ashley Watson 


Kate Brown 


Eleanor Garrou 


Sallie Krawcheck 


Anne Raper 


Katherine Watson 


Elizabeth Campbell 


Jane Gibson 


Lee Lattimer 


Tisha Reed 


Marty Welch 


Cameron Capei 


Carolin Girmes 


Betty Bobbitt Lee 


Robin Richards 


Stacy Wells 


Kate Carlson 


Ginny Glascock 


Beverly Lester 


Sarah Robbins 


Kristen Whelpley 


Latta Chapman 


Marty Glascock 


Anne Little 


Harriet Robinson 


Carmen Whicker 


Caroline Charbonnet 


Claire Glidden 


Barbara Little 


Bristol Rouse 


Rhetta Whiley 


Virginia Cherry 


Sally Graham 


Elizabeth Looney 


Elizabeth Rouse 


Martha White 


Tweed Cline 


Lilly Hardison 


Ginger Mattocks 


Holly Ruff 


Mary White 


Katherine Cockrell 


Sally Hargrave 


Kelly Mattocks 


Tamara Rurrie 


Caroline Wight 


Martha Collins 


Sandy Harrell 


Mallory May 


Alston Russell 


Nancy Williams 


Kerry Cooke 


Charlotte Harris 


Jane McCall 


Barbara Russell 


Courtney Wood 


Mary Ruth Cooke 


Bibby Harriss 


Lucy McClellan 


Jane Sandridge 


Lisa Wood 


Elizabeth Cooper 


Marty Hattaway 


Kelly McCorkle 


Sophie Sartain 


Virginia York 


Catherine Coxe 


Beth Herring 


Amy McFarland 


Ginna Scenck 


Betsy You nee 


Kendall Crosswelt 


Elizabeth Hightower 


Eileen McLaughlin 


Carolyn Shields 


Lynne Younce 


Lou Cunningham 


Sheldon Hollowell 


Elizabeth McMillion 


Camille Simpson 


Julie Yount 


Lorraine Davis 


Anne Hoopes 


Tracy Mihas 


Mary Katherine Smith 




CoCo Dawson 


Camilla Hornsby 


Laura Moore 


Sallie Smith 





278 Delta Delia Delia 



Delta Delta Delta 

Second in Scholarship Among Sororities 





Founded: 


Boston University, 




Mass., 1888 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1943 


Sponsors: 


Children's Cancer 




Society, women's 




scholarship 


Activities: 


Derby Week, Pansy 




Breakfast, Parents 




Weekend, Faculty Tea, 




Pledge Formal 


History: 


Second in scholarship 




among sororities 


Officers: 


President Karen 




Gansman, Vice 




President Chrissy Duffy, 




Secretary Betty Bobbitt 




Lee, Chaplain Sophie 




Sartain 



Delta Delta Delta 279 



* 



Founded: 

UNC Chpt. Founded: 

Sponsors: 

Activities: 

History: 



Officers: 



Longwood College, Va. 

February 11, 1979 

Association for Retarded Citizens 

Bloodmobile, dance-a-thon for ARC, 

Parents Weekend 

Won first place in homecoming float 

contest, designated a crown chapter by 

national sorority 

President Carolyn Hof, Vice Presidents 

Karen Aman and Beth Gwynn, Treasurer 

Jennifer Jones 



280 Zeia Tau Alpha 




Zeta Tau Alpha 

Designated a Crown Chapter by National Sorority 








Zeta Tau Alpha Members 




Karen Aman 


Donna Davenport 


Jay Hovle 


Beth Nieman 


Anna Sheddon 


Lara Amparan 


Kim Duncan 


Liz Jenkins 


Danielle Nieman 


Barbara Shehan 


Sonva Andrew- 


Ellen Earnest 


Carol Johnson 


Jean Newman 


Sherry Sinclair 


Ashley Arthur 


Natalie Edmund 


Taryn Johnson 


Anne Nicholson 


Angie Smith 


Kim Baker 


Caren England 


Jennifer Jones 


Elizabeth Noble 


Cheryl Smith 


Terah Bain 


Pam Estes 


Karin Kebe 


Florence Norris 


Lisa Smith 


Melissa Bass 


Tracy Fish 


Andi Keenan 


Catherine Norton 


Christie Snowdon 


Elizabeth Bell 


Jennifer Fite 


Mindi Kindv 


Corin Ortlam 


Carole Southern 


Jennifer Boatright 


Angel Fontana 


Dana Kiser 


Kim Osmon 


Tondra Strickland 


Barbara Booe 


Jane Gabrielson 


Liz Lane 


Sherri Outlaw 


Nancy Taylor 


Bonnie Bordsen 


Kristen Gardner 


Donna Leinwand 


Marv Parsons 


Cyndv Thomasson 


Caroline Bozzo 


Julie Garner 


Melinda Long 


Lvnn Phillips 


Robyn Thompson 


Lisa Brads her 


Missv Gerock 


Beth MacFadven 


AmiLisa Poindexter 


Sherrill Todd 


Angela Bray 


Allison Goff 


Kristi Mason 


Tracy Pollen 


Susan Trammel! 


Chris Brinkman 


Lalla Gribble 


Alicia May 


Wendy Rager 


Paula Vallas 


Mary Catherine Bunn 


Beth Gwynn 


Christine Mayo 


Corey Reed 


Nancv Watson 


Karen Casey 


Tracv Hamrick 


Cathy McClure 


Mindelle Rosenberg 


Farrell Webster 


Denise Chouinard 


Stephanie Harmon 


Faye Mendelsohn 


Catherine Rowland 


Anna Wells 


Kelly Clarke 


Andi Havworth 


Lisa Milbv 


Meg Sallev 


Janet West 


Teresa Collins 


Christie Hill 


Brenda Moretz 


Leigh Sample 


Carol Williams 


Caroline Cory 


Sharon Hodges 


Chris Morgan 


Allison Sapp 


Sara Wolf 


Cassi Crall 


Carol vn Hof 


Laura Morrison 


Marcia Schwartz 


Michelle Wulfhorst 


Ali Davis 


Deborah Howard 


Caroline Moser 


Paige Sharpe 


Robvn Zesch 


Wendy Davis 


Nancy Howard 


Lisa Neal 







Zefa Tau, Alpha 281 



Kappa Delta 

Sponsors Essay Contesi Since 13X4 



~ 




Founded: 


Longwood College, Va., 1897 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


May 12, 1951 


Credo: 


Friendship, involvement, 




enthusiasm and individuality 


Sponsors: 


Children's Hospital, National 




Chapter for Prevention of Child 




Abuse 


Activities: 


Essay contest, Shamrock Project 


Officers: 


President Louise Anderson, 




Vice President Ceci Poole 




Kappa Delta Members 



Louise Anderson 
Maryann Arends 
Holly Austin 
Elizabeth Baker 
Elizabeth Baldridge 
Sara Barber 
Martha Beers 
Christine Blasey 
Elizabeth Boulton 
Elizabeth Boxley 
Anna Brake 
Melissa Brandt 
Kristen Brown 
Erin Brown field 
Lee Bryant 
Amy Buxton 
Lucia Calvert 
Phaedra Canata 
Elizabeth Carlisle 
Carolyn Church 
Martha Church 
Charlotte Clark 
Dustin Cone 



Juliane Conley 
Shannon DeLappe 
Jane DeVeau 
Lisa Dodson 
Eileen Dordek 
Deon Droze 
Gade Edwards 
Lara Edwards 
Brooke Ferguson 
Ann Finley 
Shelia Fishel 
Sadie Fowle 
Deborah Fox 
Dena Frith 
Amy Funderburk 
Kate Gamble 
Marti George 
Leigh Glenn 
Mary Godwin 
Regina Gontram 
Veronica Gontram 
Chandler Grant 
Katherine Grantham 



Deborah Greene 
Mary Grigg 
Lorraine Gupton 
Hannah Haigh 
Kristen Haines 
Amy Hall 
Barbara Hall 
Mary Hall 
Martha Harless 
Susan Hearn 
Susan Heath 
Kristen Heid 
Kathleen Hickey 
Pamela Highsmith 
Kelly Hogan 
Sonya Holder 
Elizabeth Holt 
Mary Hooper 
Elizabeth Huffstetler 
Mary Hungarland 
Margaret Hutton 
Leigh Jenkins 
Amy Jennings 



Wendy Johnson 
Julie Johnston 
Amy Jones 
Honor Jones 
Margaret Jones 
Lorrie Justus 
Stacy Kaplan 
Kimberly Kirby 
Ina Kretzschmar 
Kathryn Lambeth 

Judith Latham 
Harriette Leggett 
Laura Lehman 
Kathryn Lewallen 
Melissa Lewis 
Laura Madison 
Maureen Mahaney 

Jean Mamo 

Tracy Mann 

Sarah Marsh 

Elizabeth Martin 

Lisa Martin 



Shannon Mauldin 
Misty McCall 
A. McConnachie 
Margaret McKinnon 
Virginia Mewborne 
Melissa Miller 
Tracy MofTett 
Melayne Morgan 
Lisa Muckenfuss 
Tracy Nelson 
Anne Norwood 
Rue Ormand 
Alice Parker 
Lisa Parli 
Sharon Payne 
Laura Pease 
Candace Peele 
Christie Perkins 
Michelle Pettibone 
Anna Phillips 
Elizabeth Phillips 
Frances Phillips 



Victoria Plyler 
Mary Poisson 
Carolyn Poole 
Mary Pruette 
Laura Pulliam 
Julie Purdy 
Elizabeth Reed 
Suzanne Reeves 
Margaret Resch 
Margaret Robinson 
Allison Rosen 
Kristen Rosenkampff 
Clarissa Rowe 
Frances Russ 
Dawn Schiller 
Ashley Shaffner 
Melissa Shaffner 
Jill Sir kin 
Laura Smith 
Sallie Sprague 
Shana Stephens 
Allison Sugg 



Nancy Swann 
Denise Tanner 
Margaret Tanner 
Mary Taylor 
Anne Tennant 
Melanie Thomas 
Laura Thompson 
Nina Tobin 
Cheryl Troutman 
Mary Turner 
Sara Turner 
Crystal Tyson 
Barbara Waida 
Crystal Walker 
Whitney Warren 
Wendy Wegner 
Susan White 
Elizabeth Wicker 
Robin Willett 
Sally Williams 
Susan Winters 
Nora Witcher 



282 Kappa Delia 



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Kappa Alpha Theta 

First Women's Creek Letter Organization 




Kappa Alpha 


Theta Members 


Janet Adler 


Erin Leahy 


Sarah Alani 


Kari Levine 


Caroline Allnuit 


Mary Lewis 


Andrea Antonelli 


Elizabeth Little 


Lauren August 


Susanne Loyd 


Beth Bakeman 


Marv Lynn 


Colette Ballou 


Jennifer Mathews 


Jennifer Barton 


Lisa Maunev 


Blair Beaumont 


Kimberlev McCartv 


Debbie Belle 


Laura McClain 


Page Bentzel 


Karen McManis 


Shellie Berlin 


Christie McQueen 


Anne Black 


Chris Mencini 


Jo Boobas 


Mary Mercer 


Heidi Bowden 


Christina Moffitt 


Margaret Brice 


Lorraine Moore 


Nancy Buckley 


Laura Morris 


Lisa Callen 


Sheree Morton 


Patricia Castellanos 


Jody Noe 


Michelle Cauble 


Kathleen O'Dell 


Susan Christian 


Carol Osborne 


Anne Clemmer 


Donna O'Suliivan 


Annie Crowder 


Allyson Page 


Liane Crowe 


Mary Palmer 


Tricia Daughertv 


Katv Parsons 


Mindv Denny 


Kellv Payne 


Chaudron Dillard 


Ann Pearce 


Teresa DeStefano 


Kathrvn Peters 


Stephanie Draper 


Pauline Phelan 


Jane Drenkhahn 


Candace Poats 


Trad Edwards 


Sandra Potter 


Jennifer English 


Angela PraLher 


Carey Fitzmaurice 


Maria Ramsey 


Marci Friedman 


Leighann Ratcliff 


Ellen Frve 


Susan Reinecke 


Susan Frve 


Beth Rhea 


Jean Gallagher 


Virginia Richards 


Cheryl Gates 


Cindy Rockaway 


Ginger Gay 


Amy Rosenberg 


Meg Germany 


Michelle Rvan 


Ashlynn Greene 


Paige Saleebv 


Julie Gunter 


Anne Sherow 


Valerie Gunther 


Detra Sigmon 


Natalie Hamrick 


Karen Sims 


Shea Henson 


Jave Sitton 


Donna High 


Amy Jo Slater 


Alison Hirsch 


Margaret Smart 


Beth Howard 


Betsy Smith 


Chiaki Ito 


Teresa Snow 


Beth Jessee 


Jana Sowers 


Jennifer Johnson 


Sherri Sowers 


Kristen Johnson 


Pam Starkev 


Stacey Jonasz 


Shelby Stroud 


Leslie Jones 


Laura Ware 


Mandy Jove 


Anne Watson 


Stacv Juliano 


Bunnv Watson 


Tracv Karpinos 


Mary Wells 


Susan Kebschull 


Gretchen White 


Shawn Keller 


Claudia Whitlow 


Millyn Kellev 


Judv Wilson 


Robin Kimmelman 


Wendv Wilson 


Lisa Ladd 


Emily Wright 


Kim Langdon 


Melissa Wright 



Kappa Alpha Theta 283 



Founded: DePauw University, Ind., 1885 
UNC Chpt. Founded: January 22, 1 977 

Credo: Together let us seek the heights 
Sponsors: Easter Seals, Cystic Fibrosis, MacDowell 

Colony, Alpha Chi Omega Foundation 
Activities: Bloodmobile, stocking stuffing for 

hospital children, first annual Frisbee 
Golf Fling 
History: Founded as a music fraternity 
Officers: President Marinn Wyke, Vice Presidents 
Velvet Hall, Jodi Ross and Betsy Weathers, 
Treasurer LuAnn Turner 




284 Alpha Chi Omega 



Alpha Chi Omega 



Founded as a Music Fraternity 




Alpha Chi Omega Members 



Lisa Albright 
Karen Alexander 
Bonner Anthony 
Melissa Asbill 
Laurie Austin 
Carolyn Back 
Bonnie Bacnik 
Allison Baker 
Millie Barkley 
Amy Barnes 
Jennifer Bobbitt 
Beth Brisbane 
Ginger Brown 
Holly Bryan 
Gretchen Bryant 
Joanna Burnette 
Lauren Burnham 
Laura Byrd 
Laura Carroll 
Marty Caye 
Stephanie Chesson 
Pam Chilton 
Kim Clark 



Nancy Clayton 
Lisa Connolly 
Elizabeth Cornwell 
Catherine Crowell 
Susan Curtis 
Suzanne DeSoye 
Beth Denny 
Katey Durham 
Michele Eager 
Julie Earp 
Paige Estep 
Kimball Evans 
Marcy Farel 
Sara Faucette 
Tess Fernandez 
Kim Ford 
Les Forde 
Carla Fox 
Kathy Fredericks 
Jenna Garden 
Meg Garrison 
Nancy Green 
Beth Guin 



Beth Hackney 
Mary Hairr 
Velvet Hall 
Mary Hamilton 
Shelly Hamilton 
Maria Haren 
Graham Harris 
Ann Harrison 
Meg Hays 
Mary Henderson 
Erin Hendrix 
Jackie Herold 
Kim Holbrook 
Norma Holshouser 
Carol Hudson 
LuAnn Hyatt 
Jennifer Ihnot 
Paige Jackson 
Kathy Jepson 
Beth Johnson 
Morgan Johnson 
Leigh Jones 
Stephanie Jones 



Kathie Keever 
Kathy King 
Kim Kitchen 
Elizabeth Lamm 
Lori Lloyd 
Catherine Long 
Mitra LotFi 
Shannon Mason 
Michele McCaskill 
Fonda McMahon 
Beth Merrill 
DeAnnah Miller 
Kelly Miller 
Ann Modlin 
Ashley Morris 
Caroline Moore 
Elizabeth Moore 
Ann Murray 
Becky Mustard 
Beth Newsom 
Stacy Osborn 
Caroline Payne 
Melanie Peel 



Merry Penegar 
Ginger Penegar 
Melissa Perrell 
Layne Poole 
Virginia Ramsey 
Elizabeth Reitz 
Sandy Rierson 
Liza Riggio 
Lisa Riley 
Wendy Rochester 
Jody Ross 
Stephanie Sams 
Kim Saylor 
Karen Schickedantz 
Christy Seay 
Amy Shaw 
Cathy Shubkin 
Janene Sutphin 
LeeAnn Sides 
Dee Smith 
Willa Stancill 
Jeanne Stroud 
Julie Stublen 



Cindy Suits 
Josie Summey 
Lynne Surratt 
Ashlee Tate 
Alisa Thomas 
Jodi Thrana 
Amy Tierney 
Natalie Tindol 
Betty Tolar 
LuAnn Turner 
Joy VanBlerkom 
Gina Wallace 
Janet Ward 
Alice Waters 
Betsy Weathers 
Lynn Weller 
Laurie Weltin 
Alexis White 
Caroline Wilkerson 
Lisa Williamson 
Sheila Wilson 
Marinn Wyke 
Lara Young 



Aipka Chi Omega 285 



Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Sponsors Play Therapy for Hospitalized Children 






SIOMA 8IOMA 8IOMA 




Sigma Sigma Sigma Members 

Kim Abernathy 
Tammy Baker 
Mary Lynn Buie 
Lynn Craig 
Corinne Edwards 
Juana Hopkins 
Lesley Jones 
Mary Ann McCracken 
Jill McFarland 
Diane Miller 
Cathy O'Brien 
Beih Ownley 
t Crystal Patterson 
Wendy Patterson 
Cheri Pepper 
Laura Roberts 
Mary Rutherford 
Bridget Wallace 



Founded: 


Farmville, Va., 1898 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


1970 


Purpose: 


To serve children 


Sponsors: 


Hospitalized children at N.C. Memorial 




Hospital, Children's Medical Center 




in Texas 


Officers: 


President Mary Ann McCracken, 




Vice President Wendy Patterson, 




Secretary Lesley Jones, Treasurer 




Cheri Pepper, Education Beth Ownley 


Total Members: 


18 


Total Pledges: 


3 



286 Sigma Sigma Sigma 



Chi Omega 

First Sorority Instituted on Campus 




Founded: 

UNC Chpt. Founded: 

Sponsors: 

Activities: 


University of Arkansas, 1 895 
February 1923 

Orange County Women's Center 
Donations to the OCWC 


History: 


First sorority instituted 


Officers: 
Total Members: 


on campus 

President Britt Asher, Vice 

President Sara Smith, Secretary 

Holly Everton 

137 



Chi Omega Members 



Amy Albright 
Meg Adams 
Melissa Allen 
Amy Anderson 
Sister Andrews 
Ruth Arnall 
Britt Asher 
Rainev Astin 
Karen Atkinson 
Margaret Augur 
Susan Ay res 
Leigh Barnhill 
Molly Barnes 
Andrea Bath 
Lisa Beatty 
Aimee Belue 
Marie Blair 
Anne Blake 
Sloane Bovkin 
Polly Brooks 
Rebecca Brown 



Meg Brown 
Amy Camp 
Amy Campbell 
Anne Campbell 
Kim Carraway 
Marjorie Carson 
Katherine Chambfee 
Lacy Churchill 
Margaret Claiborne 
Kendrick Cleveland 
Ginny Coley 
Kathy Collins 
Jennifer Crane 
Martha Culp 
Trish Dernpsey 
Anne DeRossett 
Ellen DeRossett 
Angela Dewar 
Betsy Diedrick 
Suzanne Dix 
Mary Doolan 



Jennifer Doyle 
Stephanie Dozier 
Nancy Dubose 
Beth Duerson 
Beverly Dupree 
Farleigh Earhart 
Gigi Edwards 
Leigh Elliot 
Mary Enderle 
Kristi Erikson 
Porter Esk ridge 
Jesma Evans 
Holly Everton 
Karen Farnsworth 
Mary Ferguson 
Katherine Fisher 
Kellv Fitch 
Louise Folger 
Kelly Gallagher 
Mary Galloway 



Cristy Gibson 
Julia Greer 
Peggy Hardister 
Wesley Harrell 
Suzanne Hines 
Carmen Holding 
Carson Holding 
Katherine Hortenstine 
Sam Howard 
Sue Howard 
Ava Hyatt 
Sally Hyde 
Jennifer Jackson 
Phyllis Jackson 
Cassie Jacobs 
Molly Jahnke 
Elizabeth James 
Celeste Johnson 
Amanda Johnson 
Mary Johnson 



Tina Johnson 
Kathy Keel 
Julia Ann Kelly 
Liza Keenan 
Amy Kittner 
Page Kizer 
Beth Knauff 
Diana Landers 
Martha Lassiter 
Sidney Lassiter 
Lori Little 
Ellie Lunde 
Sally Maddison 
Margaret Martin 
Louise Massey 
Faye Mazo 
Meg McCullen 
Tammy McNierney 
Michelle Mendel 
Katherine Miller 



Harriet Mitchener 
Christina Monroe 
Stacy Montford 
Sloane Moretz 
Caroline Morris 
Nicky Murdoch 
Katherine Noah 
Darby Payne 
Polly Pearce 
Penny Pelletier 
Robin Pinckert 
Kara Quadland 
Anne Raugh 
Blair Robinson 
Gina Rocky 
Lisa Schwabeland 
Betsy Scott 
Katherine Seale 
Lara Shelton 
Jennifer Smith 



Sara Smith 
Shelly Smith 
Sidney Smith 
Katherine Snow 
Karen Spencer 
Beth Steele 
Fredanel Story 
Elizabeth Thompson 
Kathy Thompson 
Martel Thompson 
Frances Turner 
Melissa Vervack 
Paige Walker 
Wooten Warner 
Catherine Watkins 
Allison Westmoreland 
Cricket Williams 
Whitney WilJingham 
Monica Witterholt 
Rheney York 

Chi Omega 287 



LL 




Founded: 


Monmouth College, III. 


UNC Chpt. Founded: 


November 8, 1958 


Sponsors: 


Rose McGull Fund 


Activities: 


Shrimp and Beer Party, Pumpkin Walk, 




Fall Picnic, Pig Pickin' 


Officers: 


President Amy Grissom, Vice Presidents 




Betsy Durland and Mary Kent Parker, 




Secretary Elizabeth Weaver, Treasurer 




Celeste Beasley 



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288 Kappa Kappa Gamma 



2 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Founded at Monmouth College with Pi Beta Phi 








Kappa Kappa Gamma Members 






Alicia Allison 


Martha Dagenhart 


Kristin Gruebmeyer 


Mary Long 


Julie Peters 


Andrea Szot 


Jessica Almy 


Anne Davidson 


Connie Harris 


Betsv Lowrance 


Betsv Pfiffner 


Tracy Taft 


Kathryn Ankers 


Carrie Deaner 


Anne Harvey 


Leslie Marlowe 


Catherine Phelps 


Elaine Taub 


Nancy Arne 


Kathy Dickinson 


Jennifer Hill 


Kristv McAlister 


Brinkley Prescott 


Missy Tinslev 


Michelle Barge r 


Kathy Dolocek 


Melinda Hill 


Heather McCausland 


Amy Pritchard 


Debbie Truax 


Celeste Beasley 


Molly Donahue 


Julianna Hofeld 


Hollv McCausland 


Suzanne Pugh 


Nika Tumpes 


Lennis Bennett 


Betsy Durland 


Catherine Hollers 


Lynn McMurry 


Carolvn Roff 


Anne Turner 


Robin Brody 


Beth Eckert 


Tracey Horowitz 


Beth Meacham 


Heidi Rummel 


Jodie Uzzell 


Robin Bryant 


Lisa Eller 


Holly Howard 


Jeannie Mitchell 


Kate Samsot 


Natalie Uzzell 


Cathy Bryson 


Jennifer Essen 


Polly Hunter 


Kim Moddasser 


Elaine Saravalli 


Lucy Vanderberry 


Bettie Burwell 


Laura Faltynski 


Dana Hurka 


Donna Monti 


Suzanne Savod 


Jamie Wall 


Kathryn Campbell 


Mary Faltynski 


Lauren Johnson 


Amy Moose 


Stone Shiflet 


Cindv Wallace 


Kiersten Carlson 


Michelle Featherstone 


Sharon Jordan 


MargEva Morris 


Linda Silvers 


Joy Walsh 


Angela Chiles 


Barbara Ferringa 


Natalie Kraft 


Yvette Moxin 


Cathy Smith 


Melanie Watson 


Grace Choung 


Jennifer Freeman 


Karen Lambert 


Sherri Murray 


Cynthia Smith 


Amy Watt 


Tina Claydon 


Betty Fuchs 


Lisa Lambert 


Tara Norman 


Jennifer Smith 


Suzanne Watts 


Joan Clifford 


Julie Gaca 


Michelle Lambert 


Cathy Olice 


Cinda Smyre 


Elizabeth Weaver 


Barbara Cowan 


Jill Gilbert 


Wooten Lee 


Sigrid Olson 


Margherita Soule 


Leslie Webb 


Jane Cox 


Heather Ginn 


Sara Levin 


Amy Paige 


Kellv Squires 


Cindi Weber 


Robin Craig 


Sarah Goolsby 


Allison Lippard 


Mary Parker 


Audrey Stemper 


Sarah Wible 


Elizabeth Cross 


Ginger Green 


Cindi Liston 


Paige Parker 


Alice Stetson 


Mary Ann Wicker 


Ellen Crow 


Heather GrifFin 


Ginger Lollv 


Elke Paulson 


Rachel Stroud 


Ginnv Wilson 


Katy Crunn 


Amy Grissom 


Gwen Long 


Debbie Perkins 


Fielding Sullivan 


Robin Zeller 


Kiran Cummings 













Kappa Kappa Gamma 289 



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Founded: 

UNC Chpt. Founded: 

Sponsors: 



Activities: 



Officers: 



Wesleyan College, Ga., 1852 

May 3, 1964 

Project Health Oppotunities for 

Everyone, Children's Miracle Network 

Telethon 

Sigma Chi Derby Day winner for three 

straight years, co-sponsored P. McCarthy 

for homecoming court, hosted Phi Mu 

N.C. State Day 

President Patty McCarthy, Vice President 

Sarah McCracken, Secretary Susan 

Chabay, Treasurer Beth Harrelson, 

Rush Chair Julie Johnson, 

Pledge Director Susan Bullard, 

Panhellenic Council Delegate Katherine 

Bell, Standards Chair Jacqueline 

Vogeley, Social Chair Anne Everitt, 

House Manager Nicole Karagheuzoff 



290 Phi Mu 



Phi Mu 

Sigvna Cki Derby Day Winner Since 13#3 








Phi Mu Members 


Jane Ammons 


Kathv Davidson 


Maria Hondros 


Raquel Ardito-Barletta 


Allison Davis 


Donna Hubbard 


Billie Atkins 


Elise Deal 


Sarah Hughes 


Julie Austin 


Penny Delk 


Jennifer Hunter 


Pam Bannasch 


Susan Dellinger 


Hollv Johnson 


Jennifer Bass 


Wendv Diamond 


Wendy Johnson 


Ashley Batchelor 


Anne Doggett 


Jennifer Jones 


Ann Bernasek 


Zoe Dorton 


Larissa Jones 


Laura Bernhardt 


Frances Doughton 


Kav Kallam 


Shelly Bridges 


Kristin Duly 


Man- Kelly 


Charlotte Brown 


Lari Edgerton 


Sheila Kennedy 


Pam Bruce 


Laura Enloe 


Meg Kennett 


Roehelle Buchman 


Man' Fonville 


Dale Kinney 


Allison Bunklev 


Lisa Fox 


Lisa Lancaster 


Tristan Carter 


Nicole Furr 


Lisa Lee 


Carol vn Chilton 


Shawndell Cainous 


Trish Lee 


Chris Church 


Arm Gerdes 


Surekha Malkani 


Rosie Clark 


Kelly Hackett 


Kim Marlow 


Sandv Clarke 


Karen Halverson 


Laura Mathias 


Ginny Clay 


Amv Harrelson 


Susan Mav 


Inge Connolly 


Jackie Hendrix 


Maggie Mclnnis 


Lisa Corbin 


Liza Higgins 


Kathv McMahon 


Rainey Couniham 


Tracey Hockert 


Patti McMahon 


Becky Crook 


Karen Holbrook 


Missy McMillan 


Molly Daniel 


Becky Hollowell 


Heather McSwain 



Jill Nauman 
Karen Neal 
Molly OTuel 
Jules Padgett 
Janice Parker 
Beth Parks 
Renee Pearce 
Susan Pemble 
Laura Proctor 
Stacey Ramirez 
Kim Roberson 
Suzy Rodgers 
Leigh Rogers 
Candace Rowland 
Kelley Ruppert 
Kathy Salmon 
Mary Sampson 
Amy Sanderson 
Robin Scharf 
Kathryn Scott 
Hollv Seymour 
Ann Shinn 
Susan Shumate 
Crystal Sims 
Susan Smith 



Catherine Spearman 
Beth Spruill 
Christy Stephens 
Kelly Still 
Kathy Streiff 
Jill Stryker 
Dawn Summers 
Kim Swindell 
Mar)' Tart 
Dana Taylor 
Tiffany Taylor-Wed die 
Maggie Tomei 
Ashlev Tulloss 
Julie Ulmer 
Lynn Wachinski 
Julie Wall 
Janet Wardle 
Jill Wardle 
Kelley Wayco 
Daneen Whisenant 
Sheldon Wray 
Elisabeth Wright 
Jennifer Yekerton 
Jacqui Young 



PhiMu 291 



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292 Service Organizations 



Service 



Organizations 



Order of the Bell Tower 



Student Arm of the Alumni Association 







Order of the Bell Tower Members 


Brian Bailey 


Cathy Harper 


Lisa Riley 


Allison Baker 


Beth Hungarland 


Carolyn Roff 


Bruce Bennett 


Michael Jackson 


Jon Rust 


Tonya Blackwell 


Greg Johnson 


Michelle Sain 


Kevin Bridges 


Stephanie Jones 


Courtney Sanders 


Heather Brown 


Fred Jones 


Pat Simpson 


Mark Brown 


Kim Kaufman 


Brian Smith 


Holly Bryan 


Tom Krebs 


Cinda Smyre 


Craig Bu Wciii 


Michael Kuo 


Tim Sparks 


Pablo Caceres 


Elizabeth Lamm 


Alice Stetson 


Nichelle Cherry 


Steve Lisk 


Michelle Straka 


Elizabeth Cross 


Jeff Luttrell 


Jeff Taylor 


Katy Crum 


Tamera Majors 


Amanda Thompson 


Jeff Dailey 


Laurie Martin 


Melissa Tinsley 


Dan Daley 


Gene Maynard 


Laurie Toreson 


Sarah Davis 


Patton McDowell 


Debbie Truax 


Susan Easter 


Ann Modlin 


Mary Turner 


Mike Ferone 


Rupal Naik 


David Venable 


James Freeman 


Jill Norris 


Eric Walker 


Dena Frith 


John Oxford 


Marv Ann Wicker 


Bill Fuller 


Amy Paige 


Mike Webb 


Jill Gilbert 


Mary Paradeses 


Karin West 


C-reg Griggs 


Melissa Perrell 


Allan Younger 


Lori Goldsmith 


Julie Peters 


Steve Zorn 


Tom Grasty 


Darrin Poole 





Founded: 


1980 


Sponsors: 


Alumni Association 


Activities: 


Hosts Chancellor Forham's 




pre-game brunch during football 




season, hosts spring press 




convention, aids high school 




workshops 


Services: 


Publishes a freshman record, 




sells exam survival kits 


Officers: 


President Fred Jones, Vice 




President Dan Daley, Secretary 




Cinda Smyre, Treasurer 




Susan Easter 


Membership: 


By application 



294 Order of ike bell Tower 



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The Daily Tar Heel 

The University and Towns Oldest Newspaper 




Jim Zook, editor 

Randv Farmer, managing editor 

Ed Brackett, associate editor 

Dewey Messer, associate editor 

Tracy Hill, news editor 

Grant Parsons, university editor 

Linda Montanari, city editor 

Jill Gerber, state and national editor 

Scott Fowler, sports editor 

Kathy Peters, features editor 

Robert Keefe, business editor 

Elizabeth Ellen, arts editor 

Dan Charlson, photography editor 



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The Daily Tar Heel Staff 



Founded: 1893, as a daily 

paper since 1929 
Services: Distributes over 135 
issues during 
academic year 
Circulation: 22,000 copies per 
weekday 
Cost: Free 
History: Chapel Hill's oldest 
newspaper, oldest 
daily, only morning 
paper, alumni include 
Tom Wolfe, 
Tom Wicker, 
Roger Mudd 



Ruih Anderson 
William Austin 
Dorothy Batts 
Jeanna Baxter 
Michael Benfield 
Patricia Benson 
Mike Berardino 
Bonnie Bishop 
Ed Brackett 
Julie Braswell 
Jessica Brooks 
Marv Brown 
Stephanie Burrow 
Charlotte Cannon 
Eleni Chamis 
Chris Chapman 
Dan Charlson 
Stephanie Chesson 
Larry Childress 
Cindy Clark 
Jamie Cobb 
Adam Cohen 
Bill Cokas 
Creg Cook 
Paul Cory 
Jennifer Cox 
Sabrina Darlev 
Ruth Davis 
Tony Deifell 
Robbie Dellinger 
Kimberly Edens 
Michelle Efird 
Elizabeth Ellen 
Jennifer Essen 
Phyllis Fair 



Jeannie Faris 
Randy Farmer 
Carole Ferguson 
Jo Fleischer 
Scott Fowler 
Jennifer Frost 
Anne Fulcher 
Rita Galloway 
Jennifer Garden 
Jill Gerber 
Scott Greig 
Laura Grimmer 
Amy Hamilton 
Maria Haren 
Jennifer Harley 
Nancy Harrington 
Cammie Henry 
David Hester 
Tracy Hill 
Clay Hodges 
Greg Humphreys 
Beverly Imes 
Janet Jarman 
Suzanne Jeffries 
Susan Jensen 
Michael Jordan 
Sharon Kebschull 
Robert Keefe 
Lorna Khali! 
Sal lie Krawcheck 
Michael Kolb 
Teresa Kriegsman 
Laura Lance 
Eddy Landreth 



Alicia Lassiter 
Donna Leinwand 
Brian Long 
Lisa Lorentz 
Mitra Lofti 
Jean Lutes 
Mike Mackay 
Jeanie Mamo 
Alexandra Mann 
Laura Martin 
Kelli McElhaney 
Justin McGuire 
Chrissy Mennitt 
Beth Merrill 
Dewey Messer 
Rene Meyer 
Linda Montanari 
Toby Moore 
Dan Morrison 
Regan Murray 
Sherri Murray 
Kathy Nannev 
Felisa Neuringer 
Tammy Norris 
Rachel Orr 
Corin Ortlam 
Angela Ostwalt 
Trip Park 
Grant Parsons 
Fred Patterson 
Sally Pearsall 
Mary Pearse 
Angie Peele 
Kathy Peters 



Lynn Phillips 
Layne Poole 
Anne Raymer 
Beth Rhea 
Kelly Rhodes 
Elizabeth Rich 
Mindelle Rosenberg 
Liz Saylor 
Julie Settle 
Jill Shaw 
Rob Sherman 
Sheila Simmons 
Peggy Smith 
Marielle Stachura 
David Starnes 
Rachel Stiffler 
Julie Stovall 
Wendy Stringfellov 
James Surowiecki 
Kent Sutton 
Joy Thompson 
Pierre Tristam 
Elisa Turner 
Ashley Watters 
Nicki Weisensee 
Katie White 
Robert Wifderman 
Beth Williams 
Mollie Womble 
Bruce Wood 
Susan Wood 
Stacy Wynn 
Bob Young 
Jim Zook 



The Daily Tar Heel 295 



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Marching;Tar Heels 

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Majorette Squad Performs at Football Games and Parades 




Marching Tar Heels Majorette Squad Members 

Gretchen Bryant 
Karen Antic Geerken 
Cindy Haas 
Amy Perry 
Candace Poats 
Cheryl Smith 
Tracy Starling 
Kristen Whelpley 



Activities: Performs at football games of which 
the band performs, practices every 
night with the band and then alone 
for an additional three hours during 
football season, performs in parades 
Leader: Tracy Starling 
Membership: Spring tryouts 



296 Marching Tar Heels Majorette Squad 



SeniorClassofl987 

Raised $211 ',000 in Pledges for Senior Class Gift 





Sponsors: Senior class gift, 
class newsletter 

Activities: Sponsored 1 st annual 
senior class formal, 
raised $217,000 
pledges for class 
gift, organized 
spring cruise to 
Bahamas, distributed 
commencement 
information 

Officers: President David 
Venable, Vice 
President Michele 
Killough, Secretary 
Jacqueline Jarvis, 
Treasurer Patrick 
Broadway 



Senior Class Officers and Marshals 


Sibbv Anderson 


William Jones 


Elizabeth Baldridge 


Thomas Kearney 


Margaret Barren 


Michele Killough 


Jeffrey Bengel 


Marlene Lair 


Patrick Broadway 


Cindv LJovd 


Megan Casey 


Thomas McDermott Jr. 


Angela Chiles 


Patricia McMahon 


Abigail Clayton 


Ann Novak 


Bruce Cohen 


Michael Oakes 


Juliane Conley 


Preeti Pate I 


Elizabeth Cross 


Pamela Piper 


Jane Drenkhahn 


Lisa Riley 


Susan Easter 


Anita Sawhne\ 


Donna Gooden 


Brian Smith 


Gregory Griggs 


Michelle Smith 


Andrew Gross 


Manelle Stachura 


Michael Gunzenhauset 


Marie Thompson 


Susan Harbin 


Kelly Trewartha 


Dana Hefter 


David Venable 


Peggy Hoyle 


David Williams 


Gregory Jarvis 


Julia Wise 


Jacqueline Jarvis 





Senior Class of 19#7 297 



Media Board 

Financial Governing Board for ike 
Carolina Quarterly, Cellar Door, Phoenix and Yackety Yack 












Media Board Members 




Rebecca Berman, business manager of the Phoenix 






Barry Bridges, business manager of the Yackety Yack 






Allison Bulsterbaum, business manager of the Carolina Quarterly 






James Fairer, editor of the Phoenix 






Paris Goodnight, two year term member 






Beth Haas, editor of the Cellar Door 






William Hatchett, treasurer 






Fifi Kashani-Sabet, business manager of the Cellar Door 






Guy Lucas, one year term member 






Jeanie Mamo, student body president appointee 






Liza Motsinger, editor of the Yackety Yack 






Neil Riemann, Student Congress appointee 






Emily Stockard, editor of the Carolina Quarterly 






Suzy Street, secretary 






Hannah Thompson, business manager of the Cellar Door 






John Williams, student body treasurer 






Zanna Worsham, chairperson 




\Aedia Board 





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Phoenix 



Newsweekly 




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Founded: 1981 

Services: Distributes a newspaper 

containing investigative news 
articles 
Circulation: 5,000 per week 
Cost: Free 
Editors: Editor James Farrer, Associate 
Editor Guy Lucas, Business 
Manager Rebecca Berman, 
Photography Editors Ava Long 
and Steve Matteson 



Lance Anderson 
Tammy Athans 
Wilson Barnette 
Brad Beebe 


Guy Lucas 
Chris Lucht 
Steve Matteson 
Bert Matthews 


David Benge 
Rebecca Berman 


Molly McNeill 
John Millikin 


Suzanne Bolch 


Eugene Naughton 


Terrence Bray bo v 


Eric Nichols 


Jackie Carr 

Robert Corbett 


John Ouderkirk 
Marv Pelosi 


Jennifer Cox 


Diantha Pinner 


Mary Jo D'Arco 
Mickey Death 
Lisa Dickey 


Marion Presler 
Sonya Quarrels 
Mark Rhodes 


David Dixon 


Valerie Roback 


Kevin Dixon 
Clifton Dowell 


JoAnne Rocker 
Sean Rowe 


James Farrer 


Charlotte Runde 


Anita Fine 


Jon Rust 


Paris Goodnight 
Beth Haas 
Kathleen Henry 
Gretchen Hock 
Silvia Holschneider 


Courtney Sanders 
Priti Shah 
Scott Shelton 
Doug Smith 
Shawn Stover 


Alison Howard 
Beth Jolly 
Balram Kakkar 


Margaret Sullivan 
Kim Thigpen 
Sara Turner 


Gary Kay ye 
Eric Knislev 


Laura Van Sant 
Petra Wessels 


Chris Kridler 


Belinda Wilbourn 


Rose Lee 


Dawn Williams 


Ava Long 





Phoenix 299 



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300 Carolina Athletic Association 






arolina Athletic Association 



Advocate on Athletic fssuies Since 1834 




Founded: 


1894 


Activities: 
Officers: 


Distributes game tickets, organizes 
homecoming, publicizes intramurals 
President Mark Pavao, Vice 




Presidents Megan Casey, Carol 
Geer, Suzanne Lowe, K. McManus, 


Total Members: 


Suzy Street and Denny Worley 
80 



Carolina Athletic Association 


Members 


Pam Avers 


Suzanne Lowe 


Lennis Berrett 


Julie Manus 


Betsy Borland 


Bart Martin 


Craig Brown 


Allyson Mathis 


Celeste Bruce 


Kennv McManus 


Bill Brvson 


Robbie Morrison 


Laurie Burbank 


Yvette Moxin 


Megan Casey 


Krissy Murphv 


Suzanne Craft 


Mark Pavao 


Susie DeVille 


Dannv Radcliff 


Randy Diggs 


Scott Riddle 


Cathv Gardner 


Megan Rhvne 


Carol Geer 


Suzv Street 


Jeff Graham 


Michael Tester 


Sonja Henderson 


Gina Williams 


Becton James 


Stephanie Williams 


Morgan Johnson 


Wesley Wilson 


Lisa Lancaster 


Denny Worley 


Kennv Lawson 


Bill Velverton 


Ryke Longest 





Carolina Athletic Association 30 1 






Entrepreneur's Club 

Founded in Spring 13$& 




Club Members 

Audie Cashion 
Jennifer Doyle 
David Robie 
Jim Kitchen 
Dewey Hammond 
Walter Harris 
Tim Marion 
Meredith Hutchinson 
Reggie Holley 
Gary Leonard 
Jill Whitley 
Jess Washburn 
Jordan Washburn 





302 Entrepreneur s Club 




Founded: 


1986 


Purpose: 


To bring professors, 




businessmen and 




students on common 




ground 


Activities: 


Brainstorm sessions, 




April 11, 1987 




conference at Kenan 




Center 


Officer: 


Pres. Audie Cashion 


Meetings: 


Bimonthly 



Cellar Door 



Literary Magazine 




Cellar Door Staff 


Lance Ashdown 


Heather Harriss 


Julia Bayler 


Lori Hodge 


Julie Beale 


Carson Holding 


Suzanne Bolch 


Fifi Kashani-Sabet 


Brad Bostian 


Kevin Knight 


Tweed Cline 


Ned Marte! 


Louis Corrigan 


Brian McCuskev 


Dereck Paschke 


Allen Singleton 


Anna Davenport 


Sallie Smith 


Jean Dobbs 


Mary Spear 


Kara Donaldson 


Bill Spruill 


Bryan Donnell 


David Starnes 


Avram Eisen 


Tracy Taft 


Beth Haas 


Laura Walker 


Jennifer Hanft 


Ravmur Walton 


Michelle Harrington 


Katie White 



Founded: 1 973 

Activities: Presents Jesse Rheder Award for best 
poetry and prose printed in either fall or 
spring magazine, spring reading 
History: Replaced first literary magazine 
The Carolina Reader 
Circulation: 500 copies per edition of the 48-paged 
magazine published biannually 
Editors: Editor Beth Haas, Prose Editor 

Louis Corrigan, Poetry Editor Suzanne 
Bolch, Graphics Editor Jennifer Hill, 
Business Manager Fifi Kashani-Sabet 



Cellar Door 303 




Founded: 
Activities: 

History: 



Officers: 



1977 

Performs 50 times per year including 

fall and spring concerts 

Female counterpart is the Loreleis, 

first time Clef Hangers and Loreleis 

performed together was in 1987 in 

"Harmony on the Hill" 

President Jeff Sluder, Secretary 

David Venable, Treasurer Berry Stubbs, 

Tour Manager Doug Schmidt, Music 

Director Mitch Fuller, Publicity 

Directors Todd Carter and Mike Nicholson, 

Concert Manager Tim Sparks 



304 Clef Hangers 



Clef Hanger s 

Acappetla Singing Group 




Clef Hangers Members 



Todd Carter 
Mitch Fuller 
Durral Gilbert 
Bobby Hobgood 
David Moflitt 
Mike Nicholson 
Doug Schmidt 
Jeff Sluder 
Vic Spangler 
Tim Sparks 
Berry Stubbs 
David Venable 



Clef Hangers 305 



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Yackety Yack 



Yearbook 



Yackety 


Yack Staff 


Brad Arrowood 


Joseph Lee 


Martha Blackweldc 


r Penny Mabe 


Frank Bragg 


Tres Magner 


Barry Bridges 


Kim Marshall 


Dan Charlson 


Judy Maynard 


Larry Childress 


Keena McGugan 


Jody Clay 


Teresa McLean 


Sun.hu Dancy 


Kim McRae 


Chanda Douglas 


Todd Miller 


Amy Edwards 


David Minion 


David Foster 


Elizabeth Morrah 


Amy Fulton 


Liza Motsinger 


Joy Golden 


Melanie N orris 


Bob Gourley 


Wrenn Ogbuni 


Heather Griffin 


Matthew Plyler 


Carol Harbers 


Sonya Rokes 


Jada Harris 


Leigh Sample 


Paula Hinson 


Kim Sampson 


Alison Hirsch 


, Cindy Shail 


Kelly Hobson 


Kelly Sherrill 


Beth Houk 


Deanna Smith 


Laura Hulett 


Marielle Stachura 


Kclley King 


Shea Tisdale 


Gretchen Koball 


Julie Walker 


Kim Latta 


Gina Williams 




Mary Winfrey 




Founded: 


1 890 as the Hellenian, 




1901 as the Yackety Yack 


Activities: 


Provides class portrait services, 




distributes poster free-of-charge, 




distributes yearbooks 


History: 


Name derived from school cheer 


Circulation: 


3,000 copies per edition of 




the 432-paged book published 




annually 


Cost: 


$21 .00 


Editors: 


Editor Liza Motsinger, 




Photography Editor Matt Plyler, 




Busi. Manager Barry Bridges, 


, 


Office Manager Alison Hirsch 


Meetings: 


Every fourth Wednesday 



)6 Yackety Yack 







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Residence Hall Association 



Central Dormitory Government 




Residence Hall Association 

Members 

Barry Cobb 
Kelly Clark 
Pam Covais 
Laura DiGiano 
Stasia Droze 
Tom Eure 
John Fanny 
Marshall George 
Bob Gourley 
Mike Home 
Ray Jones 
Neal Keene 
Elizabeth Larschan 
Anne Mcintosh 
Mark Morris 
Dawn Randolph 
Claire Watts 



Founded: Pre-1973 as the Residence College 
Federation, 1 973 as RHA 

Sponsors: Events and programs for dorm areas 
Activities: Advocates for campus dorms and 

Granville Towers, checks housing money 

Officers: President Ray Jones, Executive 

Secretary Dawn Randolph, Treasurer 
Bob Gourley, Executive Assistant 
Anne Mcintosh, Board Chairman 
John Fanny 



Residence Hall Association 307 



Student Television 

Broadcasts "Campus Profile " and "Off ike Cuff" 



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Student Television Staff 


Melody Badgett 


Don Harris 


Tim McMillan 


Rick Beasley 


Donna Harrison 


Christie McQueen 


Galen Black 


Anita Hayes 


John McQuiston 


Patricia Brown 


Chip Hearn 


Tracy Newbold 


Natalie Buda 


Kenny Hirsch 


Molly O'Tuel 


T. Michael Childs 


Kim Honeycutt 


Karen Patch 


Martin Clark 


Mike I sen hour 


Becky Pate 


Anne Davidson 


Alicia Johnson 


Corey Reed 


Michele Denton 


Kelly Johnson 


Kate Reed 


Helen Downs 


Patrice Jones 


Adam Reist 


J eft Ervin 


Rob Kehoe 


Janet Roach 


Paige Estep 


Rick Keller 


John Schrum 


Mark Evans 


Jackie Leach 


Pam Scott 


Ashely Early 


Dana Leder 


Monica Shaughnessy 


Luchina Eisher 


Stephanie Loftus 


Jon Shipley 


Shawn Fordham 


Rheta Logan 


Mark'o Slotnick 


Winifred Fordham 


Jeanie Mamo 


Thorn Solomon 


Cricket French 


Laurie Martin 


Eric Spell 


Missy Furr 


Holly McCausland 


Kim Weaver 


Sonja Gantt 


Amy McFarland 


Jill Wienberry 


Jennifer Click 








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video yearbook Images 


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James ISA . Johnston Scholars 





Undergraduate Scholars 



Melissa Dianne Adams 
LyneUe Wood Alexander 
Barbara Carol Allen 
Lisa Maureen Allen 
Susan Michelle Amos 
Deborah Lynne Anderson 
Michael Thomas Archey 
Thomas Joseph Archey 
James Martin Armes 
Marguerite Madeline Arnold 
Elizabeth Lee Avant 
Beth Allen Bakeman 
Gerald Davis Ballance 
Keith Taylor Barber 
Robert Brian Barefoot 
Dean Batten 
Darin Kenneth Baucom 
Susan Camilla Beard 
Sandi Renee Bell 
Jon Michael Bellamy 
Laura Elizabeth Bernhardt 
Neill Franklin Blanton 
Nia Lee Bodell 
Pamela Lynne Boone 
Margaret Emily Boothroyd 
Melodie Dawn Bowen 
Amy Carolyn Bowman 
Monte Alan Boyer 
Camilla Ann Brantley 
Patrick Ray Broadway 
Cedric Levon Brown 
Patricia Ann Bruce 
Kristin Lee Bruning 
Tracy Ellen Bunting 
Ross Earl Burkhart 
Melinda Lee Burnette 
Curt Matthew Burns 
Jeanna Rene Burress 
Bobby Dale Cagle 
John Peter Campbell 
Alethea Ann Canter 
Sara Lenoir Carr 
Angela Koren Cawa 
John Thomas Chepul 
Muriel Nichelle Cherry 
Michelle Leigh Chiddister 
Latonia Dee Clark 
Patti Jo Cooper 
Margaret Ann Cranford 
Agnes Tiphaine Crenn 
Dean Bradley Davis 



Kimberly Darlene Deans 
Beth Camille Delsavio 
Suresh DeSilva 
Sheri Lynn Dickson 
Dennis Mitchell Dowdy 
Kathryn Elizabeth Doyel 
Marie Christine Drew 
Stephen Alexander Ducey 
Lesley Michelle Duggins 
Phillip Ray Duncan 
Tracy Marie Eatmon 
Wanda Renee Edwards 
Darby Celene Eliades 
Robert Wayne Ellis 
Steven Bruce Epstein 
Edward Wayne Evans 
Blaise Byron Faint 
Kimberly Dawn Farmer 
Donna Louise Foster 
Vickie Ann Fowler 
Karen Lillemor Franck 
Rebecca Jean Frederick 
Hans Peter Gabriel 
John Tyra Gantt 
Sean David Garrison 
Richard Ryan Gessner 
Sireatla Johleen Gibson 
Jill Gilbert 
Kimberly Ann Gilleo 
Carmen Rebecca Graham 
Gregory Floyd Graves 
Michael Tobit Gray 
Samuel McKinley Gray III 
Keith Philip Griffler 
Calvin Scott Hall Jr. 
Patricia Ann Halsey 
Sara Lynne Hamlet 
Claude Felton Harris Jr. 
Jada Kaye Harris 
Jo Lynn Harvell 
Tonya Denise Haskins 
Jennifer Leigh Henry 
Paul Edward Higgins 
Suzanne Brigid Hilser 
Susan Lillian Holdsclaw 
Richard Coe Holmes 
Rodney Eugene Hood 
Alison Page Howard 
John Curtis Howard 
James Malloy Ivey Jr. 



310/amex M. Jokndon Scholars 



Undergraduate Scholars 



Paige Lenore lvey 
Pamela Jean lvey 
Brandoch Alexander Johnson 
William Berkeley Johnson 
Ilva Ismenee Jones 
Richard Austin Jones Jr. 
William Scott Jones 
Ericka Lee Jorgensen 
Stacy Marie Juliano 
Beejal Dinesh Kachalia 
Elizabeth Frances Karpati 
Lowell Jay Keith 
Clifton Ryan Kinlaw 
Ingrid Dorothy Kinney 
Bradley Lane Kirkman 
Christine Michele Kridler 
Glynnis Elizabeth Lane 
Carla Wright Lawrence 
Byron Dale Lee 
Jackie Leigh Leonard 
Randy Dale Lineberger 
Cindy Ann Lloyd 
Winston Pendergrass Lloyd 
Christopher Lynn Locklear 
Stephen Kelly Long Jr. 
John Francis Lue 
Kirsten Anne Lue 
Kalhryn Lynn Maclin 
Tammy Lynn Markham 
Letitia Towanda Mason 
Lana Deirdre Matthews 
Rebecca Lee Mauldin 
Tama Carol May 
Karen Ann McManis 
William Edward McNeely III 
Elena Lynne Medlin 
Christine Ann Mennitt 
Teresa Melinda Miller 
Eileen Therese Mitchell 
Julia Ann Mitchell 
Sylvia Elizabeth Moestl 
Edith Yolanda Morgan 
Pamela Joan Morgan 
Felisa Melanie Neuringer 
Jeffrey Lee Oakes 
Cheryl Lynn Oliver 
Kimberly Lynne Orr 
Amy Lynne Overby 
Jamie Shirlann Pace 
Ronald Alan Padgett Jr. 
Phillip Keith Parkerson 
Sharon Marie Payne 
Lisa Ann Pfrogncr 
James Matthew Phipps 
Henry Newton Pleasant Jr. 
Kalhryn Amy Plu miner 
Kimberly Ann Potter 
Karen Kristine Poulos 
Babettc Elaine Powell 
Kevin Adrian Prakke 
Pamela Gail Prakke 
Todd Douglas Price 
Helen Karen Radford 
Jackson Burlcy Ramsey HI 



Larry Wayne Ramsey Jr. 
James Henry Randolph IV 
Victor F. Randolph 
Anthony David Realini 
Mark Patrick Riegner 
Mary Alice Elizabeth Rocks 
Kristin Ann Rosenkampff 
Jacqueline Marie Royal 
Kelley Ann Ruppert 
Christy Anne Safrit 
Amy Gayle Sasser 
Robert Edward Scheppegrell 
Michael Lawson Schoen 
George Anthony Scott 
Elizabeth Marie Sebik 
Jeffrey Charles Seymour 
Sarah Hope Shackelford 
Tami Lynne Share 
Edmund Arnliot Shaw 
Jeanne Marie Shaw 
William Joseph Shclton Jr. 
Kimberly Kay Sheppard 
Reginald Tyrone Shuford 
Karen Patricia Sims 
Angela Denise Smith 
Tammy Dee Smith 
David Hyosup Song 
Sunday Leigh Spinn 
Angela Dawn Spivey 
Marielle Monika Stachura 
Rachel Elizabeth Stiffler 
Amy Eileen Slock 
William Douglas Sturdivant 
Slacey A. Sullivan 
Russell Morton Taylor II 
Charles Burton Tcague 
Christopher Leslie Tharrington 
Gina Leigh Thomas 
Marni Anne Thomas 
Erin Elizabeth Thompson 
Susan Priscilla Thompson 
Lee Ann Tremlett 
Deborah Lynn Truax 
Deanne Marie Tsakanikas 
Denise Annette Tucker 
Elizabeth Grant Tyler 
David Van Lenten 
Janeen Lavay VanHooke 
Catherine Raymond Wagner 
Trecinda Maria Wallace 
Beth Leigh Warren 
Tammy Renee Watson 
Suzanne Laura Watts 
Cynthia Denice West 
Krislina Renee Wilken 
Marie Elaine Wilson 
Patricia Earlene Wilson 
Robert Daniel Windsor III 
Katherine Marie Wingerson 
Alan Craig Wyall 
Wendy Jean Wyatt 
William Christopher Wyatt 
Roliert Francis Young 



Nursing Scholars 

Kristine Limnena Ambert 
Anne Griffith Barrus 
Saundra Obie Best 
Deborah Hamlett Beverly 
Gina Blythc Blair 
Suzanne Elizabeth Cafiero 
Suzanne Lee Foster Chabon 
Cherie Lucia Cheek 
Crystal Earlinda Credle 
Susan Elizabeth Crump 
Elizabeth Lyn Davis 
Laura Frances Drum 
Gail Epley 
Lynne Anne Foster 
Amy Louise Fryar 
Maryanne Salerni Gilliand 
Cheryl Renee Hall 
Sue Ellen Hall 
Lisa Kimberly Hcdgepeth 
Elizabeth Ackerson Hudson 
Dana Elizabeth Hull 
Glenda Marett Jeffries 
Eva Maria Kcsler 
Sarah Anne Kooienga 
John Victor Korby 
Patrac Harris I.asasso 
Mary Elizabeth Leff 
Lisa Annette Melvin 
Margaret Anne Moylan 
Deborah Annette Nance 
Eileen Marie Pcrketi 
Diane Elizbeth Pilkcv 
Carolyn Andrews Poe 
Susan Diane Redding 
Carolyn Ridgell 
Vangela Leigh Royal 
Anne Evelyn Sales 
Jon Edward Seskevich 
Virginia Lois Shaffer 
Nailah Amal Siddique 
Betsy Palmer Smith 
Desiree Monich Stallings 
Carmen Allison Stella 
Annie Mac Stukcs 
Ann Louise Thompson 
Tina Louise Tinnin 
Ann Marie Tucker 
Lisa Marie Tucker 
Jacquelyn Marie Yaughan 
Vera Ellen Walker 
Kwanna Vcrnila Williamson 
Rebecca Wooten Williamson 
Donna Gail Wvatt 



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University 

Di sting i4i shed Scholars 



Coker-Fox 
Scholars 



Jay Robertson Gump 
Brooks Emerson Nelson 
William Elmore Spruill 



Alston-Pleasants 
Scholars 



William Todd Arthur 
John Wayne Hawkins 
Paula Rae Hayes 
Carl Edward Peoples III 
Chrystal Walker Redding 
Angela Renee Ross 
Davida Lynne Scott 
Diane Yoshi Sutton 



Mark Braswell 
Scholars 



Julie Ann Avanl 
Mary Susan Bohland 
Karen Sue Corbctt 
Rebecca Lynne Fowler 
Thomas Jeffery Grimes 
Kalurah Ann Hartley 
Elizabeth Rose Lamm 
Nancy Ruth Smith 
Michael Edward Thompson 
Kaihryn Avonia Watson 
Susan Fay W<itson 



Josephus Daniels 
Scholars 



Geanninc Marie Boyette 
Linda Joyce Cooper 
Bryan Emery Gates Jr. 
Gary Alexander Hagan 
Tiersa Noelle Hall 
William Carter Joyner Jr. 
Henrietta Lynne Lee 
Eugene Harold Maynard Jr 
Richard Owen Morton 
Mark Anthony Norris 
Larry Douglas Potter Jr. 
Anna Marie Vassilion 
Michael Jonathan Zogry 



Herbert Worth 
Jackson 
Scholars 



Michael Dewitt Ayers 
Thomas Shane Barnes 
Teresa Rae Eatmon 
Ellen Starr Franklin 
Susan Neal Harrison 
John Gregory Jackson 
Benny Ray Jones 
Patricia Elizabeth Kelley 
Susan Joy King 
Jeffrey Ray Kiser 
Ivan Heinrich Kowski 
Scott Alan Larsen 
David Alan Linn 
Janet Elaine Ritter 
Shelli Samantha Saperstein 
Deanna Renee Smith 
Alice Wilson Thomas 
Angela Marie Willow 
Paul Andrew Woods 



Marvin B. Smith 
Scholars 



Andrea Elaine Austin 
Philip Craig Lanning 
Milchell Judson Price 
Donna Kim Pulliam 
Michelle Lynn Riddick 
Brian Michael Rourke 



Fred Morrison 
Scholars 

Charles David Finley 
Alan Keith Goble 
Mark Roy Graham 
Melinda Faye Grimes 
Kathleen Elizabeth Higgins 
Charles Andrew Jennings Jr. 
David James Karlin 
Alan Anders Laughter 
Cynthia Gaye Lyerly 
Brooke Lynn Moose 
Laurie Ray 

Rebecca Hobbs Riddick 
Scott Marc Schneiderman 
Julie Ann Woods 



3 1 2 University Distinguished Scholars 



m 



Herbert Dale and 



Mayme Carter Pegg Scholars 



Stephanie Maria Beard 
Dale Wayne Boles 
Jessica Vaughan Brooks 
Shana Denise Carter 
David Kelly Clark 
Shelley Rac Dennis 
Robert Arthur Diseker III 
Connie Leigh Dunn 
Roddy Alan Fletcher 
Melissa Lee Hawks 
Laura Jane Hinkle 
Sherdenia Fay Jones 
Willa Lee 

Franklin Douglas Page 
Brian Douglas Riggs 
Clarissa Jill Rowe 
Margaret Christina Sandin 
Scott Brower Spransy 
Wendy Karen Thomas 
Jolynn Dru Weaver 
Jonathan Ashley Whitt 
Charles Thomas Wilcox 
Cary Damon Wilson 



William A. Whitaker Scholars 



Angela Marghcrita Abbaticllo 
Virginia Lee Allen 
Lisa Annette Barnes 
Kathleen Angelique Baynard 
Jerry Michael BenfieldJr. 
Lois Jane Brooks 
Rosemary Lynn Casey 
Geneva Susan Chappell 
Alicia Diane Delaney 
Paris Thad Goodnight 
Eric Paul Green 
Cynthia Cristin Jackson 
Edgar Thomas Jenkins 
Catherine Elizabeth Jump 
Alison Carroll Meares 
William Curtis Messick 
Karen Kay Miller 
Wesley Moore 
Teresa Ann Morrison 
Melissa Carole Oakley 
William Ray Parrish 
Angela Dawn Richardson 
Denise Marie Roper 
Teresa Michelle Sevier 
Martin Troy Slaughter 
Sherrie Lynne Snyder 
Sarah Lane Temple 
Amy Lynne Toth 
Henry Thomas Walke Jr. 
Felicia Ann Washington 
Lisa Ann Williams 
Neal Andrew Zamore 



Untversrfy Distinguished Scholars 3 1 3 



Morehead Scholars 



Morehead 
Fellows 



in medicine 

Melissa Ward Burch 
Richard Hratchia Havunjian 
Henry L. Shapiro 
Jon Pointon Woods 



in graduate school 

Etan Savir 

Bradley Evans Wilson 



Class of 1987 

James Andrew Alspaugh II 

Elizabeth Jane Brant 

Kevin Marc Bridges 

Stephen Ben Burgess 

Sally Marcel la Butler 

Rudolf Josepf Colloredo-Mansfeld 

Kim Diana Connolly 

Richard Walsh Crawford 

Gregory Lawrence Cullum 

Paul Dominic Edwards 

Michael Egues 

Adam Frederick Falk 

Karen Farnsworth 

James Curtis Farrer Jr. 

Gino Marcello Freeman 

Margaret Nell Catling 

Thomas Allan Poynler Godfrey 

Donna Ray Gooden 

Cezanne Alejandra Gray 

Elizabeth Ann Haas 

Marymelda Hall 

Peter Wolverton Hatcher 

Richard David Hoile 

John Gill Holland Jr. 

Camilla Elizabeth Hornsby 

Alexander Putnam Hudnul 

Ellsworth Jerome Hughes 

Mary Campbell Jenkins 

Fred Howell Jones 

Balram Kakkar 

Anna Louise Kantzer 

Joseph Francis Kenny 

Barrett Tyler Kitch 

Sallie Lee Krawcheck 

Aaron Jenkins Land III 

William Steven Maler 

Terri Regina Martin 

Mark David Maye 

Martin Tanner McCracken 

Timothy Lee Minion 

Mark Hersey Pavao 

Julie Kris Peters 

Walker Lynch Poole 

Edward Raine 

Theodore Schimpf Ridgway Jr. 

Carolyn Fay Roff 

John Douglas Shields 

John Douglas Smith 

Cynthia Kelly Smyre 

Michael Francis Soboeiro 

Mary Elizabeth Spear 

Lindo Terry Spencer Jr. 

Andrew Reed Sutherland 

Benjamin David Sutker 

Neely Anne Towe 

Antonio Ursanojr. 

Francesca Nancy Rachel Varcoe 

Raymond Cornelius Wallington 

William Kenneth Whitchurst 

Michael Roscoe Wilson 

Alan James Young 

Martin James Zagari 

David Jordan Zubkoff 



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Class of 1988 Class of 1989 Class of 1990 



Garth Quinn Ainslie 

John Thomas Alexander 

Brian David Bailey 

Jonathan Saul Baker 

James Graham Best 

Hunter Huss Bost 

Rochelle Monique Brandon 

Dawn Lee Brinkley 

Martha Leona Brown 

Benjamin Danford Burroughs 

Barry Todd Campbell 

Emma Lucy Carr 

Richard Andrew Colven 

Mariana Landis Cox 

Victoria Kathleen Marjorie Donovan 

Elizabeth Delaney Ellen 

Robert Glenn Etter Jr. 

James Alastair Geoffry Fawcett 

Charles Ian Forster 

David Herr Gardner 

Scott Keenan Garrison 

Lisa Armsrees Gillespie 

Sandra Heather Ginn 

Camille Sue Grady 
James Giffard Greenhill 
Jack Norman Grose Jr. 

Robin Ann Harlukowicz 
Todd Christopher Hart 

Bryan Christopher Hasscl 
Jerry Leo Horner 
Scott Gowcr Huelin 
William Gillespie Hunter 
Patricia Lyn Hurst 
Eric Tyler Landis 
Edward Carwile LeRoy Jr. 
Steven Dean Lisk 
Scott Thomas Martin 
Thomas Gerald McCarter Jr. 
Lucy Dell McClellan 
Margaret Borden McKinnon 
MargEva Morris 
Kathryn Louise Mulvey 
Nathan Carter Newbold IV 
Henry Neal Pharr III 
Sean Michael Phelan 
Darrin Maurice Poole 
Louise Birch Rambo 
Monica Patricia Riedy 
Karen Lynn Rogers 
Sean Rowe 
Sophie Sartain 
Norman Edward Sharpless 
Janie Allison Sitton 
Laura Anderson Smith 
Ross Jordan Smyth Jr. 
Katherine Elizabeth Snelling 
Elizabeth Whitlock Stanley 
James Michael Surowiecki 
Geoffrey Scott Theobald 



Lucy Whitehurst Vanderberry 
Laura Lynn Walker 
Frank Kevin Yoo 



Robin Andrew Agnew 
Rainey Lee Astin 
Jody Keith Beasley 
David Anthony Bernath 
Robert Scott Boatwright 
William Clarence Boyd IV 
Heather Anne Brown 
Timothy Foster Brown 
Ingrid Jayne Brunk 
Juan Pablo Caceres 
Kevin Patrick Callaghan 
Roderick Archibald Cameron 
Anthony Todd Capitano 
Charles Pierre Carriere IV 
Barry Sidney Cobb 
Stephen Nathaniel Cole 
Terence Bradley Conger 
Anne-Lynnc Davis 
James Douglas Dean 
John Gerard Devine 
Laura Ann DiGiano 
Brock Harvey Dickinson 
Mary Margaret Dillon 
Jennifer Anne Edwards 
David Burton Fountain 
Hilary Anne Fridholm 
William Hugh Fuller III 
Krislen Dawn Gardner 
Carol Parks Geer 
John Garabed Giragos Jr. 
George Wayne Goodwin 
Robert Harrison Gourleyjr. 
Frances Heather Griffin 
David Anthony Hermer 
Elizabeth Hayes Hightower 
Elizabeth Carson Holding 
Julie Sheldon Huffaker 
Firoozeh Kashani-Sabel 
Shireen Enette Khan 
Claude Rickelts Maechling 
Bartoo Elfred Martin 
Brian Wesscll McCuskey 
William Patton McDowell IV 
Michael Sandor Mezei 
Walter Alastair Murray 
Jonathan Clay Oxford 
Cathy Marie Paparazo 
Thomas Patrick Brien Plewman 
Amy Lee Pritchard 
Michael Kendrick Reiter 
Neil Alvin Riemann 
Sandra Lynn Rierson 
Patrick Joseph Simpson 
Andrew Bennett Taubman 
Amanda Yvettc Thompson 
Tonya Lynn Turner 
Carolyn Law Volpe 
Richard James White III 
Dawn Duzan Williams 
David Kent Williams Jr. 
Stephcnie Beth Winter 



John Granville Alley Jr. 
Carlton Ray Blount 
Robert Scott Bowman 
Kristin Lynn Breuss 
Geoffrey Pritchard Burgess 
Robert Stuart Byrum 
Hope Stephanie Carlson 
Angela Coretta Chadwick 
Christine Robinette Curtis 
Eva LaDawn Dawkins 
Christopher John DiGiano 
Eileen Jill Dordek 
Andrew Keith Dunkerton 
Philip Duncan Floyd 
Sujata Vijay Ghale 
Jessica Hawkins Green 
Polly Connor Guthrie 
James Patrick Hayden 
Michael Worth Hinshaw Jr. 
Alexander Weld Hodges 
William Dennis Hollister II 
Kimberly Anne Huffman 
Peggy Marie Jenkins 
Nancy Elizabeth Johnson 
Bobby Ray Jones Jr. 
Charles Richard Jones III 
Kimberly Kathleen Kaufman 

Jeremy John Marshall Kelly 
Keith Chae Kim 
William Brien David Lewis 
Kelly Gay Lindsley 

Joseph Michael Loughran III 
Michael Cameron Lunsford 
Kirk Russell Martsen 
Samuel Neal McKnight 
Virginia Jordan Mcwborne 

Timothy Truitt Mizellc 
Roxanne Katherine Mosley 
Rupal Manu Naik 

Teresa Grace Ooley 
Monica Glynn Parham 
Melanie Dawn Parker 

William Aaron Pizer 

James Mackay Purves 

Tamara Jo Rorrie 

Kecia Susanna Rust 

Jon Kurka Rust 

Timika Shafeek 

Richard Michael Smith 

Victoria Abigail Spence 

Robert Collins Styles 

Sean Maxwell Sumner 

James Leon Tanner Jr. 

William Harrison Ulfelder II 

Margaret Bowen Vanderberry 

Eric Pierre Vick 

William Kent Walker Jr. 

John Andrew Ward 

Leslie Anne Williams 



MoreheaJ Scholars 315 



Order of the Golden Fleece 



Officers 

Camille Zebretta Roddy, jason 
Michael Roscoe Wilson, hyparchos 
William Regan Burton, grammateus 
Mark Hersey Pavao, Chrystopher 



Active Argonauts 



Sherrod Banks 
Edith Maria Baxter 
Anne Rea Bowden 
James Jervalle Exum 
Sharon Lee Parker 
Albertina Denise Smith 





Order of ike Old Well 



Officers 

Ray Jones, president 
Leake Little, vice president 
Jaye Sitton, secretary 
Mark Pavao, treasurer 
Marcella Butler, member at large 



Active Members 

George L. Anderson 
Sibby Ellen Anderson 
Scott McKinley Baker 
Benita Faye Banks 
Sherrod Banks 
Lorre Donette Bonner 
Patrick Eugene Bradshaw 
William Regan Burton 
Martin Matthews Clark 
Rudolf Colloredo-Mansfeld 
Vann Williams Donaldson 
Steven Bruce Epstein 
Cynthia Eileen Hales 
Balram Kakkar 
Barrett Tyler Kitch 
Laura Love Madison 
Steven Troy Marshall 
Jean Elizabeth Mitchell 
Robert Fitzgerald Pharr 
Camille Zebrella Roddy 
James Hugh Slaughter 
Albertina Denise Smith 
Kenneth Michel Smith 
Helen Angela Smits 
Katy Miranda Whitener 
Tamara Anne Vincent 
David Jordan Zubkoff 



Initiates 

Emily Urquhart Ayscue 
Michelle Elaine Barger 
Ellen Marie Barnard 
Asa Lee Bell 
Suzanne Elisabeth Bolch 
Patrick Ray Broadway 
Cassandra Quinn Bulls 
Megan Lee Casey 
David Kelly Clark 
Alexander Pollard Dickey 
Victoria Kathleen M. Donovan 
E. David Edquist 
Frederick Wellington Evans 
Robert Brian Friedman 
Carol Parks Geer 
Bryan Christopher Hassel 
Peter Wolverton Hatcher 
Patricia Lyn Hurst 
Jennifer Anne Keller 
Lauren Elena Lindsey 
James Patrick Longest Jr. 
Suzanne Mari Lowe 
Kimberly Love McCombs 
John Philip McQuiston 
Madlyn Cathryn Morreale 
MargEva Anne Morris 
Yvette Marie Moxin 
Grant Alexander Parsons 
Darrin Maurice Poole 
Walker Lynch Poole 
Mary Susan Scholl 
Suzanne Ross Street 
David Alexander Venable 



Order of ike Old Welt 3 1 7 



Order of ike Grai 



Active Order 

James Francis Duley 
John Edward Fox 
Bryan Christopher Hassel 
James Thornhill Johnston 
Raymond Clifton Jones 
Steven Troy Marshall 
Mark Hersey Pavao 
Kenneth Michel Smith 
Michael Roscoe Wilson 
David Jordan Zubkoff 



Initiates 

Martin Matthews Clark 
Rudolf Colloredo-Mansfeld 
Alexander Pollard Dickey 
John Stanley Edwards 
James Curtis Farrer 
Todd Christopher Hart 
Steven Dean Lisk 
William Steven Maler 
Jeffrey Dean Michael 
Walker Lynch Poole 
Robert Fitzgerald Ried-Pharr 
Richard Scott Ruth 



Honoraries 

Richard Judson Richardson 
Timothy Dean Smith 



318 Order of tixe Grail 



rder of ike Valkyries 



Active Order 

Rochelle Moniquc Brandon 
Sally Marcella Butler 
Elizabeth Ann Haas 
Mary Campbell Jenkins 
Miehele Diane Killough 
Madlyn Cathryn Morreale 
Jean Elizabeth Mitchell 



Initiates 

Maria Louise Ackers 
Emily Urquhart Ayscuc 
Michelle Elaine Barger 
Ellen Marie Barnard 
Margaret Bryant Barren 
Cassandra Quin Butts 
Elaine Catherine Carroll 
Angela Michelle Chiles 
Carol Parks Geer 
Firoozeh Kashani-Sabel 
Jennifer Anne Keller 
Nhi Lan Le 
Lucy Dell McClellan 
Elizabeth Neal Motsinger 
Sophie Sartain 



Honorary 

Donella R. Croslan 




Order of the Valkyries 319 



Chancellor s Awards 



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Academic 



The Undergraduate Prize in Art History 

riven mutually to the undergraduate student who. in the opinion oj a faculty 
ittre, litis limn' the mo\t outstanding work in art history 

Michelle Elaine Barger 
The Kenneth C. Royall Award 

given annually to the senior Air Forte Reserve Officer Training Corp cadet who 
Mtrates excellence in scholarship taut officersbip 

Philip Russell Fitlante 

The John Honigmann Prize 
in Anthropology 

given to the student in the anthropology department who has completed the best 
undergraduate honors project in tlml discipline 

Susan Leigh deVille 

The Peter C. Baxter Memorial Prize 
in American Studies 

given to the outstanding senior in the American studies curriculum 

Ann Robinson Modlin 

The Harold D. Meyer Award 
in Recreation Administration 

ivsn annually to the outstanding undergraduate student majoring in recreation 
administration 

Sarah Catherine Davis 
The Bernard Boyd Memorial Prize 

inuully to the member of the senior class majoring in religious studies who 
... .« selected l»y a faculty committee as most outstanding in academic 

Charles Eric Propsl 
The Josephus Daniels Scholarship Medal 

given annually to the senior midshipman in the Naval Reserve Officers Training 

Corps who has attained the highest average in academic courses of study in the 

University 

Charles Meredith Carroll 

The James M. Johnston 

Distinguished Senior Award in the 

Undergraduate Program 

given to the senior student in the James M. Johnston Vndergrad" "" 
'tServing of recognition for outstanding an 

Janeen Lavay Vanhooke 

The James M. Johnston 

Distinguished Senior Award in the 

Nursing Program 

given to the senior student in the James M. Johnston Nursing Program judged to 

be deserving of recognition jor outstanding academic achievement and 

contributions to the nursing program 

Anne Griffith Barrus 



The Undergraduate Award for 
Excellence in French 



h language and 
'i faculty committee 



Beth Allen Bakeman 

The Sterling A. Stoudemire Award 
for Excellence in Spanish 

given annually to the outstanding senior student in Spanish 

John Carlos Brockington 
The Camoes Prize in Portuguese 

ilWB annually to the outstanding undergraduate student in f'ortugiiesi 

Jan Susan Weydemeyer 

The Ria Stambaugh Undergraduate 
Award for Excellence in German 

' - -' to have achieved the most distingue 
. in language and literature 

Hans Peter Gabriel 

The Francis J. LeClair Award 
in Botany 



Randall Scott Faircloth 

The Op White Prize in Geology 

given annually to the outstanding senior in geology 

Mark Hersey Pavao 
The Patrick. F. Earey Award 

ember of the graduating class who has • 



ting class who lias rxhd 
involvement and leader 



Sidonie Kathleen Lysiak 
The Undergraduate Prize in Economics 

given annually to the undergraduate student majoring in economics who U judged 
to lie the most outstanding on the basis of performance in major arid related courses 

Donna Marie Grote 
Marcus William Tralhen 

The McNally Award for Excellence 
in Geography 

i//v to a graduating senior who is selected Iry the geography faculty on 
rior academic performance 

Sally Marcella Butler 

The Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship 
Key Award 

given to the graduating senior who ranks highest in scholarship for the entire 
course in commerce and business administration 

James Russell McElroy III 



Chancellor's Awards 



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The Frederico G. Gil Award 



i writrs thr hrsl honors thnis 

Maria Louise Ackers 

The Howard W. Odum 
Undergraduate Sociology Award 



Lisa Rene Lackmann 

The Terry Sanford Award 
for Excellence 



Steven Bruce Epstein 

The Louis D. Rubin Jr. Prize 
in Creative Writing 



Kaye Gibbons 

The Paul E. Shearin Outstanding 
Senior Award in Physics 



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The Richard Levin Band Award 



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Charles Riddick Weber 



The Robert White Linker Award 



hall living 

Heike Maria Arendt 

The International Leadership Award 



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ting on criteria of 



Adam Frederick Falk 



The Albert Suskin Prize in Latin 

annually In thr undergraduate stud, 
understand Latin poetry and to traitslc. . 

Jocelyn Catherina Ballanlyne 



The Chi Omega Award 
for Scholarship and Leadership 



u ndersta tiding 

Francesca Nancy R. Varcoe 

The Pharmacy Student Body Award 

given annually by the School of Pharmacy student Itody to the member of I 
graduating class who has demonstrated the highest qualities of charactt 
scholarship, parlicipat 

d characteristics thai would distinguish him or her in the pmfr 

pharmacy 

Virginia Pickens Suiter 
The George Livas Award 



Crystal Lee Kellv 



The Edward McGowan Hedgpeth Award 



Neely Anne Towe 

The Venable Medal 

given anually lo the i 

Robert Michael Boerner 

The Archibald Henderson Prize 
in Mathematics 



the greatest pro. 

Robin Joseph Cunningham 
rhe Eben Alexander Prize in Greek 



Preeti Vithalbhai Patel 



The Ernest L. Mackie Award 



Bryan Christopher Hassel 

The Jane Craige Gray Memorial Award 



i fclwM Aii 'fcitt i hto 



Emily Urquhart Ayscue 

The Interfraternity Council-Panhellenic 
Council Outstanding Senior Awards 



passages of Greek not j 

Sarah Bland Smith 
The Worth Award 



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James Andrew Alspaugh II 
Jane Ellen Drenkhahn 

The Walter S. Spearman Award 



Steven Joseph Emery 






Mark Hersey Pa\«v, 

The Sports Club Achievement Award 

nually to the undergraduate student who. in the judgment of a cti 
Council and the Carolina Athletic AssacUti 



either the Sports Club Council or one or more individual clubs 

Richard Scott Ruth 
The J. Maryon Saunders Award 



especially in the residence half pr 

Raymond Clifton Jones 

The Willie P. Mangum Medal 
in Oratory 



Steven Bruce Epstein 

The Ernest H. Abernethy Prize 
in Student Publication Work 

uiirk during the 

James Randolph Zook 
The Irene F. Lee Award 



Cassandra Quin Butts 

The Jim Tatum Memorial Award 



Mmikwimi 



Felecia Deneen Carter 



The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award 



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Peter Wolverton Hatcher 
Camille Zebretta Roddy 

The Cornelius O. Cathey Award 

guru tinnuittlt lo the unilrr^rndualr \ludritt who has mtiilr thr ' 
rimtribulioH Id thr quality oj ramftus life or thr rfftrart of 1'nivrrsily r - 

Todd Christopher Hart 

The Gladys Hall Coates and 
Albert Coates Award 



Janie Allison Sitton 

The Robert B. House 
Distinguished Service Award 



Steven Troy Marshall 

The John Johnston Parker Jr. Medal 
for Unique Leadership 
in Student Government 






Raymond Clifton Jones 
The Ferebee Taylor Award 



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James Thornhill Johnston 
Walker Lynch Poole 

The Patterson Award 

given annually lo the senior athlete in the University who is judged by a 
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Kenneth Smith 



Fred Howell Jones 



The Frank Porter Graham Award 



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Sibby Ellen Anderson 



Chancellor's Awards 321 



ACC Senior Scholarship Award 

Dick Jamerson Most Valuable Swimmer Award 

Dick Jamerson Most Outstanding Swimmer Award 

Dick Jamerson Most Improved Swimmer Award 

E. Carrington Smith Trophy — Most Valuable Player Award for Basketball 

Outstanding Senior Award — Basketball 

Martha Jordan Award — Basketball 

Overall Statistical Leader — Varsity Basketball 

Butch Bennett Award — Freshman Basketball 

Carmichael-Cobb Award — Basketball 

Oscar Vatz Award — Basketball 

William F. Prouty Memorial Award — Best All-around Senior in Football 

Bill Arnold Memorial Award — Outstanding Offensive Lineman in Football 

Foy Roberson Award 

Gary Boshamer Award — Outstanding Defensive Lineman in Football 

Louis Graves Award — Outstanding Offensive Back in Football 

S.H. Basnight Award — Most Valuable Player in Baseball 

E.J. Evans Award — Track 

EJ. Evans Award — Freshman Track Award 

Grover Wilhoit Award — Freshman Wrestling 

Francis "Trip" Bourne Award — Most Dedicated Player in Baseball 

Patterson Medal 

David L. Wall Wrestling Award 

Rick Sharp Award — Varsity Basketball 

E. Carrington Smith Trophy — Most Valuable Player Award for Football 

Mary Frances Andrews Award — Basketball 

Jim Tatum Award 

E.V. Patterson Award — Track 

Walter Rabb Award — Most Improved Player in Baseball 

Sam Barnes Award — Wrestling 

Turnbull Award — Most Valuable Player in Lacrosse 

Unsung Hero Award — Lacrosse 

Outstanding Specialty Team Player — Football 

Outstanding Defensive Back — Football 

Captain's Award — Football 

Mike McLeod Memorial Award — Golf 

UNC Most Improved Player Award — Golf 

Hill Carrow Spirit Award — Swimming 

Bruce Webster Memorial Award — Most Dedicated in Swimming 

Men's Basketball Team Captains 

Andy Hacskaylo Low Stroke Average Award 

Basketball Coaches Award — Assists 

Basketball Coaches Award — Block Shot 

Basketball Coaches Award — Draw Charge 

Basketball Coaches Award — Screenei 

Athletic Director's Scholar-Athlete Award in Football 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Soccer 

Scholar- Athlete Award in Cross Country 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Field Hockey 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Volleyball 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Basketball 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Gymnastic 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Swimming 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Fencing 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Wrestling 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Baseball 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Lacrosse 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Softball 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Golf 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Tennis 

Scholar-Athlete Award in Track 



James Thomas Farmer, Delora Ann Simons 
Laurens Carl Block, Susan Diane O'Brien 
Melanie Ann Buddemeyer, Charles Douglas Sawyer III 
Karen Helene Engel, Christopher Jack Himebauch 
Kennetk Smith 
Joseph Jai 
Jeffrey Brian Lebo 
Joseph James Wolf 
Herman Reidjr. 
Joseph James Wolf 
Herman Reidjr. 
David M. Truitl 
Harris Scott Barton 
David Gerrard Popson 
Ronald Leon Burton 
Eric Maurice Streater 
Howard Paul Freiling 
Kevin Francis McGorty 
Johan Mathew Boakes, Mia Katrice Pollard 
Benjamin William Oberly 
Devy L. Bell 
Kenneth Smith 
Robert Franklin Koll 
Michael Morgan Nonuood 
Harris Scott Barton, Mark David Maye 
Herman Reidjr. 
Felecia Deneen Carter 
Jill Tracey Irizarry 

Darin Emanuel Campbell, Howard Paid Freiling 
Hays Lewis Lewalfen 
Thomas Reilly Hans 
Taylor Speer Classen 
Kenneth Joseph Miller Jr. 
Walter Lee Bailey 
Walter Lee Bailey 
Gregory Lee Parker 
Peter Anthony Brennan 
Daniel John Flack, Martha Jane McCann 
Timothy Francis Shea 
Joseph James Wolf, Kenneth Smith 
Gregory Lee Parker 
Kenneth Smith 
Scott Christopher Williams 
Jeffrey Brian Lebo 
David Gerrard Popson 
Harris Scott Barton 

Marcus Christopher Martin, Marcia Ann McDermott 
Karol D. Chambers, James Thomas Farmer 
Annemarie Rosenbaum 
Jill Berkebile 

Darlene Catinon, Jeffrey Brian Lebo 
Barbara Jeanne Callahan 

Martha Jane McCann, Charles Douglas Sawyer HI 
Christopher Patrick Kaiser, Nhi Lan Le 
Albeiro Palacio 
Todd Michael Kopczynski 
Joseph W. Seivold Jr. 
Virginia Leigh Augusta 
Kathleen Bishop Grady, Gene Allen Holland 
Jeff Kenneth Chambers, Mariana Landis Cox 
James Thomas Fanner, Delora Ann Simo7is 



"he Exalted Order 
of me Hasbeens 



A Toast for Status Quoism 

I'd rather be a could be 

If I could not be an are 

For a could be is a maybe 

With a chance of reaching par 

But I'd rather be a hasbeen 

Than a might-have-been by far 

For a might-have-been has never been 

While a hasbeen was once an are 






001 Mark Dearmon 

002 Martha Farlow 

003 John Speagle 

004 Joyce Fitzpatrick 

005 Frances Murray 

006 Susan Kelly 

007 Carl Bauchle 

008 Dennis Moser 

009 Kevin Ryan 

010 George Basco 

01 1 James Grimsley 

012 Ted Kyle 
013Chrisann Ohler 

014 Tom Barnes 

015 Mary Beth Searle 

016 Bob Donnan 

017 Cathy Robinson 



018 Trey Monroe 

019 Valerie Fisher 

020 Greg Dinkins 

021 Peter Krogh 

022 Danny Kester 

023 Bryce Lankard 

024 Lisa Cranberry 

025 Philip Berney 

026 Ward Galium 

027 Sam Kittner 

028 Kathy Kramer 

029 Ava Long 

030 Charles Ledford 

031 Larry Childress 

032 Liza Motsinger 

033 Matthew Plyler 



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Active Members 

Thornton Dixon Adams Jr. 
Charles Martin Adcock 
Chadamas Annavadhana 
Todd Alan Barbee 
Lois Jane Brooks 
Leslie Ladd Cadd 
Jean Cauvel Clyde 
Elizabeth Ann Collins 
Benjamin Michael Cooper 
Michelle Depot 
Mary Beth Dorr 
Martha Eleanor Dye 
Lisa Marie East 
Patricia Fitzgerald Ellsworth 
Suzanne McDonald Fields 
Nancy Jean Ford 
Harriet Frances Frick 
Susan Leigh Gilliam 
Kevin Wallace Guffey 
Lynda Joan Habever 
Karen Jo Harper 
Beverly Diane Helton 
Merri Melanie Houser 
Thomas Lanier Jones 
Sterling Grady Koonce 
Robin Dunfee Latham 
Randy Dale Lineberger 
Thomas Alan Martin 
James Notaro 
Paul Joseph Nunnally 
Laurie Ann OTJaniel 
Glynda Diane Parker 
Terry Anne Peele 
Stephanie Lorraine Perry 
Josephine L. Polhemus 
Gary Pulvermacker 
Jonathan Dairl Reece 
Geraldine Mary Re id 
Ted Lee Rice 
Jacqueline M. Rob 
Virginia Pickens Suiter 
Caro Lynn Turlington 
Janeen Lavay Vanhooke 
William Ralph Woodell 
Lee Ann Yount 



Initiates 

Gill Bailey Abernathy 
Judy Mabe Atkins 
Denise Elizabeth Atkinson 
Richard Brian Barker 
Lynne Colston Coats 
Edward Roderick Coley 
Christopher Nordgren D'Amico 
Jonas Burns Daugherty 
Mark Lee Glover 
Nancy Palmer Godbout 
Marianne Phillips Hall 
Paula Rae Hayes 
Pamela Jean Jacobs 
Kimberly Anne Johnson 
Lori Ann Jones 
Ann Curtis Kirby 
Christine Marie Kurtz 
Susan Dileema Lee 
Kimberly Locklear 
Debra Ann Martin 
Vicky Lynn McCraw 
Andrianne Elizabeth McGlohan 
Betsy Elaine Miller 
April Tammy Morris 
Ron Evan Nelson 
Stephen Venson O'Quinn 
Patricia Leigh Parker 
Oanh Hoang Pham 
Julianne Brittain Pin son 
Joyce Theresa Procopio 
Orapin Pruksananonda 
Rodney Glenn Richmond 
Pamela Jean Sarver 
Renee Alison Scanlon 
Melinda Kay Steele 
Charles Dean Tysinger 
Antonia Maria Valakas 
Thomas Alan Werk 
Karin Anne Wiedenmayer 
Lori Lee Wilkins 
Amy Annette Young 



4 Rho Chi 



Society of HeUenas 



Officers 

Elizabeth Kelly Mattocks, president 
Sidney Griffith Smith, vice president 
Cynthia Claire Mitchell, treasurer 



Active Members 

Marnie Louise Abbott 
Mary Ruffin Adamson 
Amy Taylor Albright 
Karen Anne Alexander 
Karen Lee Aman 
Louise Davis Anderson 
Deanna Britt Asher 
Beverly Lynn Barnhill 
Karen Celeste Beasley 
Elizabeth Lanier Beaver 
Katherine Grace Bell 
Laura Elizabeth Bernhardt 
Barbara Louise Booe 
Heidi Lynn Bowden 
Pamela Jane Bruce 
Rochelle Lynn Buchman 
Lauren Zachary Burnham 
Elizabeth Harley Campbell 
Tristan Elizabeth Carter 
Mary Latta Chapman 
Susan Chabay 
Angela Michelle Chiles 
Gail Ann Coates 
Anne McKay Coble 
Kathryn Sue Collins 
Juliane Christine Conley 
Mariana Landis Cox 
Mary Lynn Craig 
Cynthia Kaye Crews 
Elizabeth Ryan Cross 
Anne York Crowder 
Wanda Gay Culbreth 
Carla Michelle Currence 
Susan Elaine Curtis 
Eve Marie Davis 
Penny Jeanette Delk 
Carrie Lynn Deener 
Margaret Elizabeth Denny 
Jennifer Adams Doyle 
McAlister Dowd 
Stephanie Crutchin Dozier 
Jane Ellen Drenkhahn 
Christina Maria Duffy 
Elizabeth Wood Durland 
Charlotte Anne Eaves 
Lauren Virginia Elder 
Anne Elizabeth Everitt 
Mary Eileen Ealtynski 
Mary Kendall Ferguson 
Jennifer Atkins Fite 
Nancy Laura Ford 
Lisa Gail Fox 
Kelly Burns Gallager 



Sonja Adelle Gantt 
Claudia Lynnette Gresham 
Amy Susan Grissom 
Julia Elizabeth Groves 
Barbara Helen Hall 
Velvet Allison Hall 
Mary Dabney Hamilton 
Mary Beth Harrelson 
Charlotte Durham Harris 
Lisa Doane Hawgood 
Andrea Elizabeth Hayworth 
Susan Jennifer Heath 
Christie Ellen Hill 
Ashley Ann Hinton 
Carolyn Louise Hof 
Juana Elizabeth Hopkins 
Margaret Elizabeth Huckabee 
Mary Elizabeth Hungarland 
Jennifer Marie Ihnot 
Jennifer Lynn Jackson 
Susan Paige Jackson 
Jane Elizabeth Jessee 
Carol Luanne Johnson 
Leslie Ann Jones 
Samantha Benton Joye 
Kathryn Lynn Kallam 
Terry Lynn Kempsom 
Katherine Lee King 
Elizabeth Ann Kraezon 
Linda Lee 

Patricia Victoria Lee 
Laura Kaye Lehman 
Emma Jean Levi 
Nancy Jean Linder 
Elizabeth Mills Little 
Lee Branch Marks 
Leslie Karen Marlowe 
Maureen Shaw Mahaney 
Shannon Lee Mason 
Patricia Lynn McCarthy 
Sarah Catherine McClure 
Mary Ann McCracken 
Sarah Florence McCracken 
Christine Anne Mencini 
Michelle Dana Mendel 
Kimia Moddasser 
Ann Robinson Modlin 



Florence Love Norris 
Anne Hart Norwood 
Stephanie Elaine Nuckles 
Jane Burrell Nunnery 
Donna Jean O'Sullivan 
Mary Kent Parker 
Anne Walker Patteson 
Josephine Reid Patton 
Sharon Diane Payne 
Polly Conley Pearce 
Julie Kris Peters 
Helen Elizabeth Pierce 
Emily Wood Pleasants 
Kimberly Anne Potter 
Anne Whitted Raper 
Chrystal Walker Redding 
Robin Ann Richards 
Kelly Ann Ruppert 
Mary Annella Rutherford 
Cheryl Susan Smith 
Janet Leigh Smith 
Jean Whiting Smith 
Laura Anderson Smith 
Michelle Yzonnechris Smith 
Sara Sue Smith 
Sharon Recca Sowers 
Phyllis Elizabeth Steele 
Marsha Leigh Tart 
Ashlee Jewel Tate 
Harriet Ann Tauber 
Jodianne Thrana 
Natalie Marie Tindol 
Donna Melissa Tinsley 
Nina Louise Tobin 
Lee Ann Tremlett 
Paula Vallas 

Lucv Whitehurst Vanderberry 
Laura Jean Ware 
Suzanne Laura Watts 
Elizabeth Carole Weathers 
Mary Robin Wells 
Anne Katherine Westall 
Ruth Copeland Wheless 
Alicia Lvnne Wilfong 
Kwanna Vernita Williamson 
Ala Marinn Wyke 
Elizabeth Eichhorn Younce 



Society of Hellenas 325 



Phi Beta Kappa 



Officers 



James Russell McElroy HI, president 

Dorothy Diana Fischler, vice president 

Sherri Lynn Arthur, recording secretary 

Eugene Harold Maynard Jr., Ernes! Mackie Scholarship 



Fall 1986 Initiates 

Brian David Bailey 
Beth Allen Bakeman 
Andrew Roland Gillie Baxter 
Herman Lee Bennett 
Nicole Berhault-Kaplan 
Sarah Alice Bickley 
Aliza Neiman Blachman 
Norman Douglas Bullard 
Stephen Ben Burgess 
Stefanie Jeanette Chen 
Angela Michelle Chiles 
Martha Meredith Cloutier 
Thomas Benjamin Collier 
Elizabeth Gantt Cornwell 
Joseph Whitfield Creech Jr. 
Andree Suzanne Daly 
Jeffrey Lewis Darsie 
Gary William Divers 
Elizabeth Delaney Ellen 
Barbara Linda Feringa 
Lucy Kathryn Flagler Fleer 
Adam Elfmon Fleishman 
Susan Kay Fuhr 
David John Gavin 
Scott David Gest 
Kimberly Ann Gilleo 
Jean Grossman Oilman 
Stephanie Wolfe Heindel 
William Martin Hull III 
Stacy Joy Kaplan 
Susan Kim Kebschull 
Peter Gordon Klein 
Frederick William Knops HI 
Sallie Lee Krawcheck 



Sidonie Kathleen Lysiak 
Andrew Christopher Martin 
Rebecca Lee Mauldin 
Eugene Harold Maynard Jr. 
Florence MacKenzie McMillan 
Chapman Teague McQueen 
Bonnie Lynn Morris 
MargEva Ann Morris 
Kathryn Louise Mulvey 
Ann Christine Nowakowski 
John Scheffer Pietri 
Louise Birch Rambo 
Robin Anne Richards 
June Gail Rigsbee 
Nannette Elise Rochat 
James Richard Rogers 
Karen Lynn Rogers 
Linda Newton Rowe 
Sophie Sartain 
Natalie Ann Schilling 
Michael Jonah Schoor 
Norman Edward Sharpless 
Julie Lynn Stublen 
James Michael Surowiecki 
Benjamin David Sutker 
Lois Elaine Thornburg 
Murphy Furman Townsend III 
George Bradley Turpi n 
Kathcrine Anne Waters 
Frederick Breithoff Weller 
Kristina Renee Wilken 
Joseph Wendell Wilson 
Jack Spero Zacharias 



Initiates 

Charles Marc Abbey 
William Borden Abernethy III 
Margaret Ann Aderholt 
James Talat Al-Hussaini 
Holly Lynn Austin 
Lauren Gaye Bailey 
Amy Allen Barnes 
Elizabeth Lanier Beaver 
Wilson Stuart Bigham 
Linda Elaine Boswell 
Amy Carolyn Bowman 
Cynthia Lynette Boyd 
Martha Leona Brown 
Pamela Jane Bruce 
Elizabeth Rice Burrus 
John Peter Campbell 
Thomas Edward Campbell 
Emma Lucy Carr 
Anne Foster Checkoway 
Martha Helene Church 
Connie Diane Cole 
Heather Sue Conklin 
Laura Leigh Dagenhart 
Mary Sue H. Davis 
James Worth Draughn Jr. 
Marshall Lee Edgison 
Gerald Linn Evans 
Tenley Frances Farrell 
Charles David Finley 
Todd Curtis Freeland 
Dena Leigh Frith 
Margaret Nancy Furyk 
Hans Peter Gabriel 
John Thomas Gibbs 



326 Phi Beta Kappa 



Spring 1987 Initiates 



Glenn Hoang-Anh Gillen 
Cheryl Ann Goble 
Charles Ray Gold 
Camille Sue Grady 
Mary Ann Graham 
David Lee Griggjr. 
James Graham Hall 
Mary Ann Hancock 
Andrea Elizabeth Hayworth 
Edward Lawrence Hedrick IV 
Mark Robert Hoffman 
Edward Jeffrey Holm 
Mary Elizabeth Hungarland 
Beth Lynnelte Jolly 
Mary Landau Kirk 
Michael Lawrence Krass 
Lisa Rene Lackmann 
Stephen Edwin Lewis 
Charles Nelson Loeb 
Charles Randall Macon 
Claude Ricketts Maechling 
William Nicholas Martschenko 
William Howard McAllister 
Jill Anne McCartney 



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Kimberly Love McCombs 

Brian Wessell McCuskey 

Susan Norris McKay 

Robert Martin Merritt 

Douglas Frank Messina 

Allison Ellen Miller 

Donna Marie Monti 

Brooks Emerson Nelson 

Alan Keith Newton 

Jane Burrell Nunnery 

Rachel Fay Orr 

Bing Shih Pao 

Richard Christopher Peccie 

Julie Kris Peters 

Larry Douglas Potter Jr. 

Karen Kristine Poulos 

Victor F. Randolph 

Linda Jane Reinhardt 

Lansdon Breckinridge Robbins III 

Todd Allen Rogers 

Peggv Sandin 

Leslie Constance Schaar 

David Alan Schwartz 

Diane Donker Scobie 




Pamela Ann Scott 
Rodnev Shelton Shaffer 
May Cornwell Sigmon 
Delora Ann Simons 
Dcanna Renee Smith 
Jean Whiting Smith 
William Haywood Smith 
Mary Elizabeth Spear 
Leslie Wyndel Starnes 
Toby Paterson Stephan 
Alan Stewart 
Jerry Jay Stifelman 
Kathleen Marie Streiff 
Janine Ayars Taylor 
Caron Michelle Ternullo 
Christopher Leslie Tharrington 
Patricia Carol Thomas 
Dorothy Kim Thompson 
Arthur Patrick Valentine 
Laura Lynn Walker 
Laura Campbell Wilier 
Karla Marie Yarger 
Alan James Young 






Phi Seta Kappa 327 



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Officers 



Charles Pachal Shook IV, princeps 
John Worthington Kelly, cencor 
Stephen Carrington Mitchell, scriptor 
Robert Luther Huffines, quaestor. 



Members 

Thurman Seay Brooks 
John Thomas Gibbs 
Edward Leigh Tell III 
Michael Lawrence Rogers 
William Smith 
Robert Leigh Spruill 
John Finley White 



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Student Elections 




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330 Student Elections 




332 Shideni Elections 




Election Returns — February 3, 1987 

Brian Bailev. student body president (February 10 run-off) 

Carol Geer, Carolina Athletic Association president 

Jill Gerber, The Daily Tar Heel editor 

Kelly Clark, Residence Hall Association president 

Anne Davidson, senior class president 

Dave Brown, senior class vice president 



Student Elections 333 




.'534 Administrators 



Administrators 



President, 



Chancellor, Provost, 



Vice Chancellors 



and Deans 



Administrators 335 

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Administrators 



Christopher C. Fordham III 

Chancellor 

Susan H. Ehringhaus 
Assistant to the Chancellor 

Douglass Hunt 
Special Assistant to the Chancellor 

David D. Dill 
Assistant to the Chancellor for Planning 

Samuel R. Williamson Jr. 
Provost 

G. Philip Manire 
Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Graduate School 

Farris W. Womack 
Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance 

Gary Evans 
Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations 

Garland Hershey 
Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs 

Donald A. Boulton 
Vice Chancellor and Dean of Student Affairs 

Harold Wallace 
Vice Chancellor for University Affairs 

Robert Cannon 
Affirmative Action Officer 

Gillian Cell 
Dean of the General College and 
of the College of Arts and Sciences 

Stuart Bondurant 
Dean of the School of Medicine 

Maria Young 
Secretary of the University 

John P. Evans 
Dean of the School of Business Administration 

Ben D. Barker 
Dean of the School of Dentistry 

Frank Brown 
Dean of the School of Education 

Richard R. Cole 
Dean of the School of Journalism 

Kenneth S. Broun 
Dean of the School of Law 

Evelyn Daniel 
Dean of the School of Library Science 

Laurel A. Copp 
Dean of the School of Nursing 



Tom S. Miya 
Dean of the School of Pharmacy 

Michel A. Ibrahim 
Dean of the School of Public Health 

John B. Turner 
Dean of the School of Social Work 

David Lanier 
Registrar 

Tom Scott 
Director of the Office of Research Services 

Tim Sanford 
Director of Institutional Research 

Dwight C. Rhyne 
Director of Extension Division 

Eleanor Morris 
Director of Student Aid 

Donald C. Tarbet 
Director of Summer Session 

Richard G. Cashwell 
Director of Undergraduate Admissions 

Wayne Kuncl 
Director of University Housing 

Douglas S. Dibbert 
Director of Alumni Association 

Jack H. Gunnells 
Director of Personnel 

Marcia B. Harris 
Director of Career Planning and Placement 

John Swofford 
Director of Athletics 

Judith R. Cowan 
Director of Student Health Sen'ice 

James J. Gallagher 

Director of Frank Porter Graham 

Child Development Center 

Lee T. Shapiro 
Director of Morehead Planetarium 

Eugene Swecker 
Director of Physical Plant 

Joseph Tulchin 
Director of International Programs 

Wes Lefler 
Director of UNC News Bureau 



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President 



Date of Birth: 

Hometown: 

Education: 

Career: 



Favorite Sports: 



April 5, 1932 

Charlotte, N.C. 

B.S. from UNC-Chapel Hill, M.B.A. from 

Harvard University 

Businessman of construction, real estate 

and banking, member of the Charlotte 

Board of Education, member of the N.C. 

State Board of Education, president of the 

University of North Carolina 

Basketball, snow skiing, backpacking 

and tennis 



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Christopher C. Fordham III 



Chancellor 



Date of Birth: November 28, 1926 
Hometown: Greensboro, N.C. 
Education: B.S. from UNC-Clmpel Hill, M.D. from 
Harvard University 
Career: Dean of the medical school at UNC-Chapel 
Hill, vice chancellor for health affairs at 
UNC-Chapel Hill, chancellor at 
UNC-Chapel Hill 
Favorite Sports: Basketball, football 



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Hometown 

Education 



Career: 



Special Interests: 
Favorite Sport: 



November 10, 1935 

Bogolusa, La. 

B.A. from Tulane University, M.A. from 

Harvard University, Ph.D. from Harvard 

University 

History professor at Westpoint Military 

Academy, history professor at Harvard 

University, associate professor of history 

and curriculum head of peace, war and 

defense department at UNC-Chapel Hill, 

provost at UNC-Chapel Hill 

Travel, photography 

Basketball 




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Farris W. Womack 



Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance 



Date of Birth: 

Hometown: 

Education: 



Career: 



Special Interest: 
Favorite Sports: 



December 5, 1934 

Concord, Ark. 

B. A. from the University of Central 

Arkansas, M.A. from the University of 

Arkansas, Ph.D. from the University of 

Arkansas 

Executive vice president of the University of 

Arkansas, director of finance and 

administration for the University of 

Arkansas, vice chancellor for business and 

finance at UNC-Chapel Hill 

Geneology 

Basketball, football 




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Gary A. Evans 



Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations 



Date of Birth: 


July 13, 1935 


Hometown: 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


Education: 


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Rutgers University 


Career: 


Vice president for resource development at 




Rensselaer Polylechnical Institute, vice 




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relations at UNC-Chapel Hill 


Special Interest: 


Classical Music 


Favorite Sport: 


Basketball 



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Donald A. Boulton 



Vice Chancellor and Dean of Student Affairs 



Date of Birth: 

Hometown: 

Education: 



Career: 



Special Interest: 
Favorite Sport: 



December 31, 1930 

Schnectady, N.Y. 

B.S. from Alfred University, M.A. from 

Rutgers University, D.Ed, from Columbia 

University 

Dean of medical school at Upstate Medical 

College, dean of student affairs at 

University of Illinois, vice chancellor and 

dean of student affairs at UNC-Chapel 

Hill 

Travel 

Golf 



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Harold G. Wallace 



Vice Chancellor for University Affairs 



Date of Birth: August 13, 1945 



Hometown: 
Education: 

Career: 



Special Interests: 
Favorite Sport: 



Gaffney, S.C. 

B.A. from Claflin College, M.Div. from 

Duke University 

Student advisor at Duke University, vice 

chancellor for university affairs at 

UNC-Chapel Hill 

Gardening, restoring old cars 

Basketball 



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Dean of ike General College and of ike College of Aris and Sciences 



Hometown: 
Education: 

Career: 



Special Interest: 
Favorite Sport: 



Birkenhead, England 

B. A. from the University of Liverpool, 

Ph.D. from the University of Liverpool 

History professor at UNC-Chapel Hill, 

dean of the general college and of the 

college of arts and sciences at UNC-Chapel 

Hill 

Classical music 

Soccer 




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344 Gillian T. Cell 




John P. Evans 

Dean of the School of Business Administration 



Date of Birth: 

Hometown: 

Education: 



Career: 



Special Interests: 
Favorite Sport: 



September 21, 1937 

Warsaw, Ind. 

B.S. from Cornell University, M.S. from 

Cornell University, Ph.D. from Cornell 

University 

Business professor at the University of 

Chicago, dean of the school of business 

administration at UNC-Chapel Hill 

Tennis, running, reading, opera 

Basketball 



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Frank Brown 



Dean of ike School of Education 



Date of Birth: May 1, 1935 

Education: B.S.from Alabama State University, M.S. 
from Oregon State University, Ph.D. from 
UCa-Berkeley 
Career: Education professor at State University of 
New York at Buffalo, dean of the school of 
education at UNC-Chapel Hill 
Special Interests: Travel, jazz, photography 
Favorite Sports: Basketball, football 



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Richard R. Cole 



Dean of ike School of Journalism 



Date of Birth: 

Hometown: 

Education: 



Career: 



Special Interest: 
Favorite Sport: 



April 20, 1942 

Forney, Texas 

B.A. from the University of Texas at 

Austin, M.A. from the University of Texas 

at Austin, Ph.D. from the University of 

Minnesota 

Assistant professor of journalism at 

UNC-Chapel Hill, dean of the school of 

journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill 

International travel 

Football 



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Byrd & Brass. January 13, 1987. 



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Events 

Inauguration of CD. Spangler as President 
of the University System — October 17, 1JX6 




Profile 



Working 

With 

Angels 

Valuing Student Contact 



by Clifton Dowell 

""T - he new president of the University 
I of North Carolina usually has lunch 
• in Lenoir Hall once a week. It has 
been 37 years since Clemmie Dixon 
Spangler Jr. first began eating in Lenoir as 
a freshman at UNC. He resumed the habit 
in 1986 when he became the president of 
the UNC system-. He said although his job 
gives him the opportunity to interact with 
students regularly, there can never be 
enough contact. 

He said his respect for education dates to 
early childhood. 

"When I was a young boy in Charlotte, I 
knew how much my mother and father 
respected the schools where I went," he 
said. "They respected the principal as being 
a leader in the community, and they 
respected the school teachers. That respect 
was so obvious to me that it never occurred 
to me not to have that respect. 1 guess that's 
one of the reasons I'm here today." 

Spangler is a relaxed and polite man who 
enjoys backpacking in the Rockies once a 
year and reading biographies of great men. 

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The examples of Winston Churchill, who 
failed repeatedly and yet would not accept 
his failures; and of Abraham Lincoln, who 
led an almost entirely disloyal cabinet, 
interest and inspire Spangler. 

"The basis of leadership, in my 
estimation, is having a background steeped 
in the liberal arts," he said. 

Someone called upon to head a leading 
scientific firm will "be dealing with people, 
not scientific equations," he said. 

"The University must educate people to 
look at their options and to feel some 
degree of comfort with change," he said, 
"because change is with us. To be able to 
live with it is a great asset. It is not a great 
asset to be so technically and narrowly 
trained that when technology changes you 
lose your job." 

In a larger world view Spangler sees 
education as "one hope — the best hope" for 
solving the critical problems that face 
society today. 

He said that the main issue facing people 
today has probably never changed since the 
beginning of time: 

"It is simply for all of us to learn to live 
together in as much peace as we can 
possibly engender," he said. 

He said that he has never seen any system 
of government that rivals democracy as the 



"best mechanism for keeping peace." 

He believes that America is still a place of 
opportunity where people from a humble 
background can get to a position of real 
leadership through their own abilities. 
Many people, however, lose their 
opportunity for success by having the 
wrong idea of success, he said. 

"Success, in my mind, is knowing what 
you do well and doing it," he said. "It does 
not have a relationship to economics. It 
does not have a relationship to how many 
times your name is on the front page of the 
newspaper. It has only the relationship of 
being what you do well." 

Spangler graduated from UNC-Chapel 
Hill in 1954 with a bachelor of science 
degree and obtained a master's in business 
administration from Harvard Graduate 
School in 1956. He then spent two years in 
the U.S. Army and in 1958 returned to his 
hometown of Charlotte to a job with the 
CD. Spangler Construction Co., which had 
been founded by his father. 

In 1973, while serving as president of the 
rapidly expanding company, he became 
chairman of the Bank of North Carolina. 
The 70-branch institution prospered 
under his leadership and was merged in 
1982 into the NCNB Corp. 

A background of active involvement 



reflects Spangler's regard for public 
education. He was elected to the 
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of 
Education in 1972 and served as vice 
chairman from 1974 to 1976. He was 
chairman of the N.C. State Board of 
Education from 1982 until early 1986 and 
co-chaired Gov. James B. Hunt's 
Commission on Education for Economic 
Growth in 1984. 

He is enjoying his new job. 

"I like meeting new people and seeing | 
new situations that are of benefit to the 
University, and trying to make those peoplel 
and situations work together so that they 
help," he said. 

"The University of North Carolina,"! 
Spangler said, "is the best state university in 
the nation. My goal would be to keep it that 
way — to do what we have done before and 
to do it better if we can; to get support for 
our faculty; to remember that the reason 
we are here is to educate students. 

"I've always enjoyed being around|( 
teachers. It's a good profession with peoplep 
who are really well-motivated and do a| 
marvelous job. 

"Being associated with young people] 
with students, has got to be working on thdl 
side of the angels." 

Clifton Do-well is associate editor of the Phoenixl 



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So Long, So What? 



Post-Graduation Hometown Blues 



by Ava Long 

^^^ear Leslie, 

m I Well, howdy, muchacha, que tal? How's your job with that advertising agency 

^^r going? How's Jeff? How's N.Y.C.? 

I is grajooated from collage now, and my mama and daddy are real proud. This was 
something I'd been eagerly awaiting for a long, long time, but it's not quite what I had 
expected. 

I don't really know what I expected, but here I am, sittin' on my grandma's front 
porch, unemployed, listening to the bullfrogs chirp. 

My father gave me money for a down payment on a new car, but now I have to makf 
payments. And since I haven't found a job yet, Mama has taken me back under hei 
wing, and I have moved back home, regressing into a state of childish bliss. 



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Six months ago, I was in a bad frame of mind. You and all the rest of mv friends, it 
seemed, had graduated and moved away to exciting new lives. 1 felt like my last vear at 
UNC was a prison sentence, and I marked each day off on the calendar as it passed. I 
was so busy wishing my life away that I forgot to relax and just be a student. I made 
decent grades, but I was slack with my classes and cvnical about the people around me. 
This was my fifth year at UNC. and I was simply tired of being there. 

I walked to classes from my apartment, wearing a large, floppv hat that covered most 
of my face, dark sunglasses and my Walkman headphones, listening to loud, abrasive 
music. And probablv wearing a scowl on my face. I stopped going into the Pit between 
my classes, stopped picking up the DTH, and even stopped listening to WXYC. 

I fantasized buying a big pickup truck with a camper, selling or giving awav most of 
mv possessions and heading west for adventure. 

Since I've been at home, unemploved and broke, I've had a lot of time to think these 
things over. I don't want to stay at home for very long, but I am enjoving mv time here. 
I'm spending a lot of time with mv mother, brother and grandmother, who will 
celebrate her 76th birthday this month. I might as well make the best of it. 

Well, Leslie, when I scrape up some money, maybe I'll visit y'all in New York. Or 
mavbe you can come down here for a weekend and visit me here on the farm. I'd love to 
see you. 



Solong. 
Avalong 



Ava Long « photo editor of the Phoenix. 



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Benefactors 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Plyler 
Meade Willis 



Patrons 

Bread 'N Butter Silk Screen 

Charles Randall Bryan 

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cashion 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Daniels 

Mr. and Mrs. English S. Des Champs III 

Robert L. Dilman 

C.R. Egeler 

Louise G. Fisher 

Joyce Fitzpatrick 

Colonel and Mrs. Willie L. Gore 

Dr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Gupton Jr. 

John E. Howe 

Samuel H. Johnson Jr. 

Catherine A. Miller 

Maureen McGee Mountcastle 

Robert J. Page 

Steven B. Painter 

Alice Lindsey Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Pavao 

Richard J. Richardson 

James Albert Rouse 

D. Barry Sechrist 

David B. Sloan Jr. 

Jay Wayne Wagner 

Eric S. Whittington 

Rebecca R. Winter 



Friends 

Fowler's Food Store 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson Jr. 

Frances Murray Keenan 

Susan Nichols 



■nefadors, Patrons and Friends 



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Editor: Liza Motsinger 
Business Manager: Barry Bridges 
Photography Editor: Matthew Plyler 
Managing Editor: Alison Hirsch 

Sales Manager: Kelley King 
Advertising Manager: Carol Harbers 

Coordinators: Laura Hulett, Todd Miller (assistant) — Patrons; 
Amy Edwards — Sports; Susana Dancy — Administrators; Marielle 
Stachura — Classes. 

Liaisons: Gretchen Koball, Joy Golden (assistant), Keena 
McGugan (assistant) — Organizations; Kelly Hobson, Laura 
Hulett — Residence Halls; Kim Latta, Julie Walker — Honoraries; 
Amy Fulton, Martha Blackwelder (assistant) — Sororites; Heather 
Griffin, Gretchen Koball — Fraternities. 

Photographers: Brad Arrowood, Dan Charlson, Larry Childress, 
David Foster, David Minton, Elizabeth Morrah, Kim Sampson, 
Shea Tisdale. 

Stories Editor: James Farrer 

Copy Editor: Kelly Sherrill 

Writers: Marcie Cloutier, Clifton Dowell, James Farrer, Jo Fleischer, James Gardner, Jill Gerber, 
Beth Haas, Ava Long, Guy Lucas, Bert Matthews, Marion Presler, Sean Rowe. 

Researchers: Joy Golden, Judy Maynard, Kelly Sherrill, Deanna Smith, Mary Winfrey. 

Contributing Photographers: Chip Beverung, Scott Halleron, Paul Heist, Mary Emma Holleman, 
Ava Long, Amy Saaed, Doug Smith. 

Advertising Group: Beth Houk, Kim McRae. 

Sales Group: Joseph Lee, Kim Marshall. 

Office Staff: Jody Clay, Chanda Douglas, Bob Gourley, Jada Harris, Penny Mabe, Tres Magner, 
Melanie Norris, Wrenn Ogburn, Leigh Sample, Cindy Shail, Gina Williams. 



Yackeiy Yack Staff 43 1 



The 1987 Yackety Yack was prepared for an 
October 30, 1987 delivery with a press run of 3,000 
copies. For design specifications, contact the editorial 
staff at Box 50 Carolina Union, UNC, Chapel Hill 
North Carolina 27514. 

Many thanks to the moms and dads— Mr. and Mrs 
W. Alvin Motsinger and Mr. and Mrs. Richard P 
Plyler, Pamela Plyler, Rick Burgess for designing the 
cover montage, type/design of Kernersville for all 
those quickie jobs, Joe D. Senior and Carl Wolf 
Studio of Philadelphia, Pa. for photographing for the 
class portrait section, Dave and all the folks at 
University Camera, Manny Millan of Sports Illustrated 
Rick Brewer and UNC Sports Information, Archie 
Copeland, Dorothy Bernholz, Southern Printing 
Chapel Hill Printing, the UNC Media Board, SAFO, 
Hunter Publishing Company of Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Jim Kimmitt, Tom and Denise Adams, WXYC Deana 
Nail, Chad McArver, Jolt Cola, Jules for the Thursday 
night escapes and Khaki Ferret. And Betty thanks 
Ava. And W. and P. thank James! 



432 Closing 



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