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^i^itlim tkese 
avails lies our 
worla. a world 
united and 
unicjue in its 
diversity. 



Oglethorpe University 

4484 Peachtree Road, NE 

Atlanta, Georgia 30319 

(404) 261-1441 



YAM AC RAW 



Volume 64 



1995 



Opening 




t-'locRwise irom top: Emerson Student Center, the Bell Tower of Lupton Hall, the 
main reading room ol the Phillip Weltner Lihrary, ana the Dorough Field House. 



*y Opening 





Is it the buildings? Is it the 
professors? Is it the bird? 
Just what is it that makes 
Oglethorpe unique and 
keeps students attending 
year after year? Is it the 
NEW RADIO STATION 
(shameless plug) ? Is it the 
diversity of the people? 
Diversity: if any word de- 
scribes Oglethorpe, that 
would be it. For 1,280 stu- 
dents overall, one could not 

ask for a wider variety of 

talents, styles, personalities, 

and nationalities. Thirty-one 

states, thirty countries, one 

large city, one small school. 



DIVERSITY 



From tne top: Hearst Hail , O^ietnorpe 



Day 1995 procession, the back oi Lupton 



Auditorimn. 



Picture submitted by Mark C'aprio 



It's what a liberal arts edu- 
cation is about: being well- 
educated, well-rounded. No 
two people are alike. And 
no school is quite like OU. 



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The Oglethorpe community 




is branching out and making 




connections all over the 




world! In the past five 


bopnana Lim 
Kas her La^s HlleJ 


years, Oglethorpe faculty 


alter visiting tne 


members have taken trips to 


Hard Rock Cafe 




in London. 


Russia^ France, Japan, 


Sopnana visited 


France, Argentina, Belize 


several European 


and England. A strong study 


countries in tne 
summer of 1992. 



ABROAD 

program for students has 
flourished in recent years, as 
well. Students have taken 
advantage of exchange pro- 
grams with Universidad de 
Belgrano and Universidad 
del Salvador in Argentina, 
the Lycee Jean-Auguste 

Margueritte and the 

Universite Catholique de 

Lille in France, Seigakuin 

University in Japan, and 

Haagse Hogeschool in the 

Netherlands. 

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Jenniier Homer spent her junior year at one oi Oglethorpe s sister schools, the Lycee Jean-Au^uste Margueritte, 
in Verdun. Trance. 



L/ert: Saran Buzzard visited Stratiord-upon-Avon wken ske 
studied in England in 1994. Below left: (1 to r) Momo. Mieke. 
Sue. NoDue, Katie, and Moto enjoy a Japanese dinner. Bclo'w: 
Katie rarrell models a Kimono in Japan. 




Ur. William Straley on display in tke Louvre in Paris, 
France. 

Opening "^ 5 




Aoove: Nacno 

Arrizaoala^a^ an 

O^letnorpe alumnus, 

plays tne Spanish 

bagpipes acccompaniea 

by nis orotner ana 

sister. 

Far ri^kt: Racbel Maki, 

dressea in a Kimono, 

plays tbe violin. 



Above: Kristiane Pedersen models ner 
graduation dress Irom Oenmark. 



iCi^bt: Satomi Suzuki ol Japan, Mickelle 
Jokn ol Sri Lanka, Yuri Tsukada of Japan. 
Lydia Nyako of Gkana, Kim Rodders of tke 
United States, Karina DeAlmeida of Ecua- 
dor, and Karianne Xjemas ol r\or"way model 
clotnin^ lor International Ni^kt. 







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In 1995, Oglethorpe had 40 
international students on its 
campus; many came on 
scholarships and through 
exchange programs. Organi- 
zations such as International 
Club, the Orient Club, and 
the French Club contributed 
to the internationalization of 
daily campus life. Once a 
year International Night, an 
evening of entertainment, 
food, and displays from 
around the 

WORLD 



Aoove: Tne 
Fall 1994 
initiates oi Pni 
Beta Delta. 




Above: Karina OeAlmeida entices David Pass to 
dance a Latin American dance witn ner. 



Ijert: Farah Knatoon models a snalwar feameez from 
India. 



allows these students to 
share parts of their native 
culture. Phi Beta Delta, an 
honor society, was chartered 
to encourage a greater inter- 
national awareness, both for 
foreign and American 

students. 

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The Oglethorpe University 

Museum entered the interna- BemarJo p. Torrens visits wUt a ^uest at tke opening of tte eAltlUon. His painting "My 
. , ,. , Own Pieta can be seen in tke tackdrounJ. 

tional spothght this year 
when the exhibit Four From 
Madrid: Contemporary Span- 
ish Realism opened on Octo- 
ber 2. The exhibit included 
24 paintings by four young 
Spanish artists, Gustavo Isoe, 
Francisco Roa, Bernardo 
Torrens and Dino Vails. 
Though the artists are all 
defined as realists, individual 
styles and interests were 
apparent in the paintings. 
Each artist created his own 







REALISM 



painting either from imagi- 


Gustavo Isoe 




nation or live models. The 


talks witn 


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exhibit drew hundreds of 


visitors at 




Atlanta's elite and represen- 


tne Cava 
Preview 




tatives for the Ambassador 


Reception. 




of Spain and Mayor Bill 






Campbell. 






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Below: Tkis LoarJ at tke Olympic Experience displays Ri^lit: Oljinpic items for sale in tke Oglethorpe 

tne locations lor aillerent OI}Tnpic events. University Bookstore. 



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Above: Si^ in tke Olympic Experience counts down 
tke days, kours. minutes and seconds until tke 1996 
Olympic Games. 

Above rigkt: Tne OljTnpic Experience near Under- 
ground Atlanta gives visitors an inKid< 
JcCigkt: C—oca-Cola®, an Olympic sponsor, well 
tke world. 



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Uave Leach and Steplianie Carouthers, members of Alpta Pki Ome^a. kelp tLe Bellemere Garden Clut plant 
^old Howers along tlie front entrance of Oglethorpe in preparation for tke maratkon wkick will pass ky tke sckool. 
Tkis effort was part of "Patkways of Gold, " a unihed project of Tke Garden Cluk of Georgia and tke Atlanta 
Committee lor tke Olympic Games. Olympic Force network. 




With everyone in Atlanta 

rushing to be a part of the 

1996 Centennial Olympic 

Games, Oglethorpe has not 

been left behind. This year 

the Oglethorpe community's 

involvement ranged from 

renting out on-campus 

facilities to hosting an 

Olympic Force signup. 

Volunteers helped beautify 

Peachtree Road (part of the 

Olympic marathon course) 

as part of the GRASSROOTS 

program, the annual 

Signature Event for the 



OLYMPIC 



Lzy, tke 1996 
Gentennial Games 

Mascot, greets 
visitors to tke 

ympic Experience 
dowTitowTi. 



Force network of ACOG. 

All of Oglethorpe's 

involvement has ensured 

that our "world" will be on 

the map when the world 

arrives for the Summer 

Games next year. 



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STUDENT 




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On October 2, 1994, 
members of the Oglethorpe 

community traveled to 

Midway, Georgia, to attend 

the dedication ceremony for 

a historical marker at the 

site of Old Oglethorpe 

University. The new marker 

at Midway, near 

Milledgeville, replaces one 

that was lost, and ensures 

that this important part of tte jej;cat;o„ 

Oglethorpe University's 

HISTORY 

will not be forgotten. 

Members of the Milledgeville 

community. Daughters of 

the American Revolution, 

and Baldwin county officials 

were present at the 

ceremony, which took place 

inside the Firehouse and was 

followed by a reception. 



"aul Hudson, 

O^letnorpe Registrar 

and Lecturer in 

History, presented 

"A History of Old 

Ogletnorpe during 



ceremony. 





L/r. and Mrs. Stanton stand beside the ne"w markei 



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floride M. Gardner, Recent of tKe 

Nancy Hart Ckapter of tlie NSDAR, 

spoke atout "RememterJng Old Memters of tke O^letkorpe University Ckoralc sang 

Oglettorpe" during tlie ceremony. tKe Ogletliorpc Alma Mater. 



ptD OGLETHORPE 
^ UNIVERSla'Y 



\«he •niebenora colleqe cttablished In the comsiunUy 

t Hopewell Preibyterr in 1839. Its flrif preiident. 

I >« Mccc'eded in IB4I bjr Saiiael K. Talmafs. 

•*■'***'•*•■'• f«c«ltir entered CoHrcdcrete (crvice. eaoaq 

Blsy teifler. After the college reopened in 1866. it isccnmbed 

>iBic eritei ud cloicd in ISea Tvo noted protcnori vera 

eCealc, one of the Soath'i forciioat •cleiitlaia. and Jama 



': The laM campuf bnlldlng. Thallan Hall, conslractcd by 
-^^-^d aniH I9»0. Oqlelhorpc Unlveralty waa refoaadcd 
Irnirell daeobi in IBI3. 




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Paul I,. Dillingham. Vice President for Development, and James E. 
DaugK. Mayor ol Milledgevillc, talk during tJie reception. 

I he new historical marker at tKe site of Old Ogletkorpe in Midway, 
Oeorgia. 

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1 op: Rebecca Williams and ker family enjoy the 
reception at tKc "^f i-inn s Kome. 

L/innea Dyer and }i« , ; ar- nts relax outside at tke 
Stanton s. 



Ur. Stanton amuses Mr. and Mrs. Oalupas. 



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The first weekend in Octo- 
ber is Parents' Weekend. For 
some students, the prospect 
of the parents being in town 
for an entire weekend is 
nerve-wracking. You 
struggle to think of activities 

to keep them busy. No 

problem! Your parents will 

be attending classes, dining 

in the cafeteria, attending 

soccer games, 

and participating in 

Showtime at Oglethorpe 



PARENTS 



Amy Marie 
PucRttt sKows 
ner partnts tnt- 
ins ana outs oi 
eating in the 
OL caieteria. 



I op: L)r. (_aprio. Mrs. Stanton, and parents enjoy the delicacies provided by L)AK;\. 



University. Giving you 
money (hopefully!) and ad- 
vice (sigh!) as they leave, 
you wonder if they really 
enjoyed themselves at OU 
(they did), and if you are 
really going to miss them 
now that they're gone 
(you will). 
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On November 12, OSA 
sponsored Casino Night, an 
opportunity for students to 
gamble in the dining hail- 
legally. In came roulette, 
craps, and blackjack tables. 
Everyone received $20,000 
in play money and hit the 
tables. Every half hour or 
so, a ticket number was 
called out, and one lucky 
soul had a chance to test his 
skill in picking up flying 
dollar bills in the 



MONEY 



Machine. For those totally 
lacking in luck, a magician 
and three caricature artists 
provided ample entertain- 
ment. In the last shining 
moment of the evening, Jeff 
White left with the biggest 
prize of the night, a brand 

new color TV. 

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Jason Knaley has nis caricature ara'wn by one oi tne 
artists. 




iJtis Jones and 

Misti FreaericR oet 

tneir cnips on 

BlacRjacR. 



jVlary Potiet looks on as Erin O Briin and Randy 
One Incly individual tries to catcl. as many d.dlar Roberson consider wt,etl,er tkey want another bit in 
Inlls as lie can in tke Money Machine. Blackjack. 




Matt Reeves and Stepken Cooper try tkeir luck at tke Ckuck-A-Luck takle. 
1 ke magician entertains Noriko Murata and Satonii Suzuki witk kis tricks. 



Student Life 



Ivielit: Jamie Walker and otners enjoy relrcMnments alter 
oi\'ing blood in tne Alpna Pni Omega sponsored Red C rnss 
Blood Dri\e. 

Oelow: Da\'id Cneung and C tiristin^ Heslop sign people up 
to give olood. 



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L^nristina Bumham 
batomi Suzuki and 
Derek Hambrick 
bowl with 
International C lub 
and members ol 
Alpab Pbi Omega. 




Blood 



BLOOD DRIVE 




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Lfit; The annual C hi Phi Halloween party ^ives students the chance to 
hecome someone or something else lor an evening. 

Delo'w: Kav i\orton ana Lanev at the RHA spnsored Scare in Xraer. 




Ahove: Elizabeth Smith paints laces lor Halloween lor Scare in Xraer. 
Lelt: Colleen Oro^an eives candy to hids at Trick or Treat in Traer. 



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RigLit: Kent McKay kisses!?! tke boar s kead as part 
of nis initiation into Omicron Delta Kappa, a national 
nonor society lor outstandino men ana women wno 
nave proven accomplisnments in several areas oi 
campus liie. 



Ijelo'w: Guests enjoy tne reception in tne Oglethorpe 
University Museum. 




Above: Jim raasst nas bis turn at hissing tbe boar s bead. 

Ivigbt: Dr. Lloyd NicR and Dr. Dean Tucker skare tkeir Ckristmas spirit 



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L/eh; Bill Davis and Randy Roljt-rson provide tKe music at tlie reception. 
Delow: Stephen Cooper solemnlj- kisses tlie toar s liead. 




BOAR'S HEAD 

ODK INITIATION 




Front ro-w: ODK 
Initiates Jim FaaKse. 
Stephen C ooper. Kent 
McKay. ElizaWK 
Stockton. Mickellf Jokn, 
Jeniler Parks. C kanda 
Creasey and Kay 
Norton. Back ro^-: Dr. 
Carlisle. Marstall 
Nason. Dr. Tucker. Ann 
Mason. Mike Tkomas. 
Jason Fisker. Dr. 
Skropsnire. Bill Oirton, 
Dr. Lutz. Dr. 
Knippenkerg. Jamie 
Walker. Mark C aprio 
and Dean Moore. 



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ivi^Lt: A teautirully decorated Christmas tree stands tall in tLe Great Hall of 
Hearst. 

Delow: Students enjoy refresLments at tlie hrst annual Winter Ball, sponsored 

Lv OSA. 



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HOLIDAYS 



Above: Randy Everette. Cliristina BumKam, James Rissler and Jamie McClun^ at tKe 
annual Holiday Headatart Exam Break. 

Kight: Dr. William Straley serven pizza at tlie Holiday Headstart. 

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JVatherine Nobles 
strN'ts punch to stiiuent 
Jenny Ovaenk at tne 
annual Holiaay 
rlL-aastart Ejxam Dreah 
as Melissa S^'itek looks 
on. I ne occasion ^ives 
students ana laculty a 
chance to get into the 
holiaay spirit ana ease 
tensions the ni^ht 
helore linal exams 




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ilCient: Xraer residents brightened everyone s day ■when they decorated the steps 
with chalh drawings. 

iSelo'w: Jenny Slater and Hope LeBeau share a hu^. 




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CJelethorpe students got tneir cnanct to be on 
national television when tney joined students 
ironi other Atlanta colleges at a oroadcast ol 
(jood Morning America irom C larh Atlanta 
L'niversity. Hert- Oglethorpe students can he 
seen behind (jMy\ hosts Joan Liinden and Charlie 
Cjibson. 



GOOD MORNING 

AMERICA 



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Jr etey the Petrel poses with the mascots Irom C lark Atlanta. Speiman. 
Oeorgia State ana Oeorgia Tech at the live broadcast ol Oood Morning 
America. 




V^athryne Callaway makes sure she doesn t ^et bored 
while working in the library. 



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XVioKt: Jeanne and Steve Scnmidt pose witk Oaletnorpe s mascot. Petej- tke Petrel 



Delo^-: A crcwd "was present lor tne Dedication and Opening Reception 




Above: The DeKalbCnoral Guild sin^s America during tne dedicatii 



K.i^ht: Jason Fisher. President of tJie O^letborpe Student Association, congratu- 
lates Mr, Sckmidt. 



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CJteve Scnmidt and 

iJr. iJfiiiald Stant<ni. 
President oi the 
University, stand in 
Iront ol the entrance 
to the new Sport and 
Recreation Center. 



On Sunday, January 29, 

1995, the Steve Schmidt 

Sport and Recreation Center 

was dedicated at Oglethorpe 

University. The new 

recreation center, funded in 

part by Steve Schmidt, 

provides improved on- 

campus recreation facilities 

for students and the 

Oglethorpe community as a 

whole. The 

Steve Schmidt Sport and 

Recreation Center 



DEDICATION 




marked the official opening 

of this newest addition to 

the Oglethorpe campus, 

which includes racquetball 

courts, the machines and 

weights located in the old 

Sweat Shop and a basketball 

practice court. 

Steve Scnniidt snares the day with his 
grandchildren. 



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Oglethorpe Day 1995 began 




with a Summons to the 




Celebration, complete with 




music from the Atlanta 




Bagpipe Band, led by 


Atlanta Historian 


alumnus David Wuichet. 


Franklin Oarrett 


The annual "Petrels of Fire" 


adaresses tnc tkeme 


Race took place next, with 


ol the Convocation, 


no runners able to beat the 


O^letnorpe 


Lupton Tower clock striking 


University in 
Atlanta; Reoirtn and 


the hour. But surely the 


Rejuvenation 1915 • 


most memorable parts of 


1995." 




OGLETHORPE 
DAY 



'95 were the dedication of 

the new Oglethorpe 

University Historic Marker 

located on Peachtree Road 

and the official inaugural 

broadcast of Oglethorpe's 

radio station, WJTL. 



V-/nHcrvers wait to sec it tnc runncTK will l>cat the clocn 
in the Petrels oi Fire race. 




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Ur. Donald Stanton. PrtsiJent ol the University, and 
FranRhn Garrett look on as Paul Hudson hisses tlie 
new marter. Hudson was responsible lor trie estaolisn- 
ment ol tne marker. 




Above: The Atlanta Bagpipe Band leads the processio 



L/elt: Jamie McClun^. Chip Kohlwciler. Patrick Floyd and Bruce Wilkes hegin the 
Petrels ol Fire race as the clock strikes one. 



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JKioKt: Scott Stago suspends weights ironi his winning popsicle sticR Dridge in the Geeh PK^UnJ^^^Mnrt^i^nn I ^ ■■^'^■_t 
\\ eek Xacoma JNarrows >leTnorial Bridge-Building Contest. 

ll^lizabeth Stockton tests a plane in the - . 

annual Cjeeh W eek Paper Airplane 
Contest. Photo courtesv Dr. Dana 



C arlon. 



Geek Week Scores 




Inaividual: 




1st - StepKen Cooper 




2na- lony Drake 




3rd - Dave Leacli 




Team: 




1st Tlie Odd Couple 




2nd - @r?! 




3rd - Trustee 34 





GEE 



WEEK 



Kight: Tony Drake and Stepnen Cooper compete in the Geek 
Week cness competition. 




Aimee 




Xhrasher 




relaxes in her 






K^SV. <. 


joni in Traer. 






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CJ^Ietnorpe students at work in the Ogletnorpe University Museum lor 
the opening oi the tour t mm Aiaaria exhihtion. 

L/tit: OKL) participants leam ahout probh-in solving the hara way. 
Dehiw: Xonya Ciihson puts her best tiiort into solving this 
rohlem. 




LEADERSHIP 

DAY 




participants in Oglethorpe Leadership Day 
1995. The purpose oi OLD is to enhance the 
personal and leadership shill development ol 
student leaders within the Oglethorpe 
community. 



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WjTL staff: Bact 

row {1 to r) Matt 

Reeves. Da\'ia Pass, 

Jenny Slater. Lrika 

Steele. Jen Farge. 

Katie Flelcner. Luke 

Drown, ratricb 

Floya. Aimee 

Xnrasner, C atnerine 

Wolfe. Alyssa 

C urabba. Rebecca 

Vaughn, Jared 

>Viskina. Front row 

(1 to r) Dave Leacn. 

Dave Cneuno. 

Katberine Oriinn. 

Kevin rluagens. 

Eiizabetb Stockton, 

Laura Sinclair and 

Sean Wesslin^. 





nJkJL 










Above: Banner announcing DJs and sbows. 

JKi^bt: Tne new bonne ol WJTL in Emerson Student Center. 



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RADIO 



L/eh: Kevin Hiidgens snows oil tnc new radio station. 
Delow: WTJL advertises llieJr return tlie airwaves. 




STATION 




Jared W iskind. Lufce Brown and Dan 
Sandin tempt unsuspecting students w^itn 
iree ranle tickets. 



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The lack of a theme and the 

uncooperative weather did 

little to dampen the 

homecoming festivities of 
the student body. On Friday 

night, rain kept students 
away from the annual 

bonfire. However, a cold 

February Saturday turned 
bright after the night's rain, Katteri-e Griffin 

,, , .1.<1 • and Kevin 

giving hope that the evening 



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Igcns enjoy the 



evening at 



at Piedmont Grove would be 
just as bright. Amid all the PicJn,ont Grove 
formal attire at the 




HOMECOMING 



dance was the center of 
attention -- the dance floor. 

With a backdrop of three 

large screens, videos flashed 

amid the dancing shadows. 

Mike Thomas and Melissa 

King representing Chi 
Omega were crowned Lord 




and Lady Oglethorpe 1995. •^""'^ 



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aura am 



d ^\^endy pose lor a picture. Pnoto courtesy <>i Marfc Caprio. 



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Matt Reeves. DaveCKeun^. Victoria Vjs^er and Dave LeacK enjoy spending tke evening in eacli otKer s company. 
PKoto courtesy oi MarR Caprio. 



v^lay barrincau. Jiiniitr Class President and or^aniz 
<>l Homeconiiny 1995. 




Lek: Andy ScKutt congratulates Mike Tkomas and Melissa King. Lord and Lady 
Oglethorpe 1995. representing Cki Omega. 



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]M.emDers ol tne 

O^Ietnorpe 

L'niversity 

Singers sin^ at 

Oglethorpe Day 

1995. 




Ivisnt: Caria Hall and j-Xngela Bartlett traveled to rlorida with OC r. 
Below: Iva Petrovic spent Spring Break in San Francisco. 




SPRING BREAK 



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Lrtit: Bruce Wilkes. Ckip KoJilweiler and Patrick FloyJ prepare to run 
the Petrels of Fire race on OgletLorpc Day 1995. 

Below: Do worlJ maps in tlie OU Bookstore entice students to study 
aljroad? 





Above: fc.-C hia Huang and Anna Sagrera. 

L/ert: Scott Helms ^ets down at tke Homecoming Dane 



"Koto courtesy Mark Caprio. 



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ivignt: Farah Knatoon and Deempal Sneth model clotnes irom India. 

Oelow: \larsnall iSason. intemationsi student advisor, welcomes everyone to 
International isignt. 




Lwydia INyaRo (Ohana). 

Satomi SuzuRi (Japan). 

Miclieile Jolin (Sri 

Lanka). C laudio rucns 

((jermany). Kim Rodders 

(USA). Karina 

DeAlmeida (Ecuador) 

and Karianne 1 Jcmas 

(Norway) show that ttie 

international population 

at O^letnorpe is alive 

and well. 



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Left: NorJko Murata entkralls the 
audience with ner music as Satomi Suzuki 
looks on. 

Delow; Paola Barrera ana C lauaio r ucns 
sing Ave Maria. 




INTERNATIONAL 




NIGHT 



Aoovt: Llizabctk Parra models a 
Deautilul Mexican dress during tne 
lasnion skfi 

L/eit: Karina DeAlmeida dances to an 
I'^cuadorian keat. 



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Kiglitt Professor Doyle cleans up after getting pied in tte face ty one of Kis most loving 
students. 



Below: wAE representative liolds up tlie trophy celetrating tkeir Greek Week 



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Aljove: Kent McKay is tke liuman howline bair 
'^^'" Left: Tke crowd enjoys tlie Battle ol the Bands competition. 

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L/eit and below lelt: Ba^^eball lans enjoy tne spring 
weather ana watching the Petrels. 

Below: Fans lill the stands at the rloniecomin 
Baskethall ^ames. Photo courtesy Mark C'aprio. 




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The Playmakers present: a 
serious comedy. What? There's 

no such thins! Ah! But when 

you speak of Moliere, the French 

playwright of the 17th century, 

you'll find more than you 

bargained for. Staging one of 

Moliere's most difficult 

comedies, the Playmakers pulled 

off a spectacular performance, 

easily rivaling past performances 

of Moliere's work. With an 

eclectic cast of characters The 

Misanthrope dazzled and 

amused audiences with the 

ridiculous posturing of Alceste, 

the misanthrope, and the witty 

banter of Celimene and her 

guests. With props donated by 

the Georgia Shakespeare 

Festival, the new lighting 

technician, Rob Dillard, and the 

strong leadership of director Lee 

Boggus Knippenberg, this fall's 

Playmakers have proven that 

Moliere's plays are just as 

meaningful in the modern world 

as they were in his time. 




Atove: Sarali Henry as Celimene anj Sliaunna Gral k 

as Arsinoe. witk Tliarius Sumter as Dutois. Jena |r 

Jolissaint as Bess and JeremiaK Jetlra as tlie ^uard. 

Ri^Kt; Jason Blackmon as Clitandre. 




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Performances 






Lveit: Heath Coleman plays a photo^rapner in 
Aj useum. 

Delow: Saran Henry and Snaunna Oral examine tne 
works in tne museum exnioition entitled The Broken 
Silence. 




Ever visited the OU 

Museum? Ever notice what 

kinds of people go to 

museums? The cast and 

crew of Alpha Psi Omega, 

the National Honorary 

Dramatics Fraternity, 

decided to help several 

audiences see exactly what 

you can expect in a 
museum: the unexpected! 
Tina Howe's Museum gives a 
comical look at the kinds of 
people that frequent 
museums; from an 
emotionally disturbed artist's 
friend to the confused red- 
neck, Howe "breaks the 
silence" of a normally 
tranquil art show with a 
variety of characters. Under 
Lee Knippenberg's direction. 
Alpha Psi took audience 
members to the edge of 
comedy (sanity?) while 
leaving them with a 
particularly powerful 



LII photos this pa^e courtesy oi Dr. Dana Carton. 



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Xlie Ooletliorpe University Singers and CLorale entertain witL 
tneir oeautinil music. 



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The Oglethorpe University 

Singers and Chorale Fall 
Concert included the music 

of Schutz, Mozart, 

Zingarelli, Haydn, Victoria 

and Mulholland, as well as 

P.D.Q. Bach's Oedipus Tex, a 

comic oratorio. Under the 

direction of Dr. W. Irwin 

Ray, the performance 

included student soloists and 

instrumentalists. 



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nice old lady "wno 
just happens to ne 
a ■witch on his 
c^uest to tne castle. 




The Oglethorpe 

University Playmakers 

presented their annual 

Children's Theatre on 

February 17 and 18. 

This year's 
production, Sir Slob 

and the Princess^ 

drew children from 

the local schools and 

the Oglethorpe 

community, as well as 

students and faculty. 

All of these audiences 

witnessed a fabulous 

tale of simple 
goodness triumphing 
over adversity. And 
they got to have fun 
with the cast before 

and after the 

production in true 

Children's Theatre 

style. 



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Set in a convalescent home, An 



Errand of Mercy by Frank 

Manley is a one act drama. 

Shaunna Graf directed it under 

the apprenticeship in theatre 

program. Two older women 

visit Ray Burgess on a church 

"errand of mercy." Orabelle, 

played by Lee Knippenberg, has 

been doing her errands for many 

years and is ready to be in and 

out in a few moments. Ruby, 

played by Jenifer Parks, is 

visiting with Orabelle for the 

first time. Ray Burgess, played 

by Michael Billingsley, is a stroke 

victim. He has lost the ability to 

speak, so he uses a Ouija board 

to communicate with others. 

Ruby and Ray have an instant 

connection which develops into 

a friendship that will be 

continued long after the first 

meeting. Ruby breaks down 

some of the arctic circle 

surrounding her, letting the 

audience understand why she 

acts as she does. 



l\ay Burgess, played by Nlicnael Billingsley. communicates with Ruby, played by Jenifer Parks, by pointing to 

letters on nis Ouija board. 




Urabelle. played 

by Lee 

Knippenberg. is 

upset by ber 

Iriend s 

interactions witb 

Ray Burgess. 




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Performances 




IVini Worley as Oplielia 



The Girlhood of 
Shakespeare's Heroines by 
Don Nigro was presented on 
February 28. Directed by 
Sarah Henry, this one act 
drama explores the thoughts 
of two of Shakespeare's 
heroines as young women 
and an actress who plays 
another. Mariana, played by 
Melissa Stinnett, Ophelia, 
played by Kim Worley and 
Lee Knippenberg as an ac- 
tress playing Lady Macbeth 
provided the audience with 
laughter and tears. 



Lll photos this page courtesy of Marfe Caprio. 



Melissa Stinnett as Marian 



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Ivignt: Viatthe'w Farley and Scott Stag^. members oi tne band Abner 
Black, play at Open Mike Nigkt m tke Bomb Skelter. 

iSelow: IVotaro Tanaka plays original songs at International Nigbt. 




Above: Satomi Suzuki. Lydia Nyako and Paola Barrerra dance to Elton Jonn's Circle of Life 
at International Night. 

Ivigbt: Bill Oirton in Tina Howe s A/i 



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Koto courtesy oi Dr. Dana Oartn 



Lilt: Bill Davis tools Kis "liorn" in tlif O^lctKorpe Below: April Brown rtaJs poetry at Open Mike Ni^kt 
L niversity Singers performance of OeAipun Tex. in tke BomI> Skelter. 




Above; Skannon Montgomery plays at tke opening of Four From MaJriJ in tke O^letkorpe 
University Museum. 

Ivelt: Students enjoy tke performances of different kands for Tkursday Ni^kts in tke Bomk 
Skelter. 



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PEOPLE 



Hnoto courttsy Dr. Dana Carton. 



People I 



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Seniors • Seniors • Seniors • Seniors • Seniors 







Kenichi Akiyama 



Fawn Angel 



Nlkolaos Antoniou 



Paola Barrera 




MfMfmwm 

Kerem Bilgin 





Maria BrigKt 



Rebecca (Jarter 



Erik Clabaugn 



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Will Combs 



Jenniier Co-wdrey 



Miscbelle Curtin 



Paul Danino 



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Seniors 







Linda Da 



iVim Uereyna 



Kathleen Farreil 



Cjina Fraone 




Brian Fryman 



Alan Gibson 





MyKQeJ<Jin 
Year: Senior 
Hometown: Mount Lavinia. Sri Lanka 

'Taking food and drink into class was a 

novelty as it is considered rude to do so at 

home. The variety of classes also confused 

me as I ii/as used to the set curriculum in 

Sri Lanka. The opportunities available in 

the U.S.A. are amazing, I'm glad I got this 

chance to take advantage of some of 

them. " 



William Crirton 



Lori (jreen 



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Jenniier Cjuerrero 



Carla Hall 



Brenda Hartnett 



Scott Helms 





(^men-Ko Huan^ 



An^elia Icnwan 



Leia Inzerello 



Mlclielle Jokn 




Justin Jones 



Jason Knaley 



Micnael Morrison 



Noriko Murata 



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Mlcliie Oka 



Janice Ott 



Devin Pintozzl 



busan Poston 






Amy Marie Pucfeett 



Marge Ramos 



ChristopKer Raper 



Vlad Schorstein 






Jeff ScKult2 



Hope walker 



Jamie walker 



Melissa Wardlaw 



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Kioht: Kent McKay, bareioot as usual, walbs (io\vti trif laculty rfcciving line. 
Below: Dr. Vienna Volante ana Dr. Jay Lutz lead tne the graauation procession. 




GRADUATION 




Above: Dr. Jobn Orme congratulates a graduate in tne 
receiving line. 

iCi^nt: Cjrraauatts proudly and eagerly marcb in lor the 
ceremony. 




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L/eit: Brooke BourJtlat-Parks and otker graduates arc ^lad tkis 
day nas linally arrived. 

Delow: Dr. Donald Stanton marckes in. 




Akove: Dennis Mattkews congratulates C'arla Hall. 

Jjelt: Oraduates contemplate wkat tkc future kolds lor tkem. 



Graduation ^'" 






Riglit: David Cheung congratulates tis friend Jenny Guerrero on her new degree. 
Below: Paul Hudson and other faculty prepare to witness the graduation ceremony. 




Right: Dr. Nancy Kerr and Senior Class President Lu 
Green have one last laugh hefore the solemn ceremony 
begins. 



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^* Graduation 



Ki^lit: Sarah Henry poses for after graduation pict 

Below: Jason Knaley and Kis parents share tKe joy of tkc day. 




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Underclassmen • Underclassmen • Underclassmen 





Carrie Adkins 



Clieryl Allen 




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April Amyx 



Angela Bartlett 



Maxine Atkinson 




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Cnristine Bernler 



Alison Bess 



Laura Bordi 



aura Dordeneux 



Jason Breitieller 



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Wendy Brennan 



Christina BurnKa 



Xeri Biitle 



Catliryne Calla-way 




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Pete Lannizzaro 



David Carroll 



Marlene Cnadwick 



btacey Chapman 




Casey Chestnut 



David Cheung 




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Feleica Christian 



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Denisa Clillord 



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Nancy Collins 



Katie Cook 



Lanier Coulter 



Todd Covington 




CKanda Creasy 



Alyssa Curabba 



Patricia Curtis 



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Karina DeAlmeida 



Frances Debroux 



Natalie Dietz 



Catnarine Doles 



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Jnderclassmen • Underclassmen • Underclassmen 




Justin Eleff 




Isaiali Emtry 



Randy Everette 



James Faasse 





Nifcolaos Antoniou 

Year: Senior 

Hometo'svn: Greece 
• • • • • 

"Life at Oglethorpe University was some- 
times intense, sometimes relaxed, but 
always enjoyable. Serious attention to 
academics matched serious attention to 
fun. As an international student, I felt 
exceptionally well-prepared for my career 
and life. I had a good time earning an 
Oglethorpe University degree. " 



Patrick Floyd 



Jennifer Fo-wle 



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Kimberly Fowler 



Claudio Fuchs 



Allison GatUff 




Marcj[uis Glenn 




Photo 
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James Green 



Amanda Gi 



Glennls Grim'wood 



Colleen Gro^an 




Carol Hall 



Derefc Ham brick 



JennJler Hed^epetn Yolanda Hernandez 



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nderclassmen • Underclassmen • Underclassmen 




Rebecca Hester 



Richard Hibtets 



Tracy Hicks 



Pavel Hoin 




Valerie Holshouser 





Hi-Cbia Huan^ 



Terri Hugbes 



Simon Huki 




Sbonda Hunter 



1 bomas Is 



Jenny Jedrycbowski 




Jeremiab Jeffra 



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Otis Jc 



K.arinin Keiser 



Xirtany Kelsey 



K.evin Kendricfc 




Creche Kern 



Farah Khatoon 



Josepn K.idd 




Kim Kunl 




Cnristophe Lamor 



Me^ Lan^ston 



Donna LaRosa 



Kristme Lawrie 



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iderclassmen • Underclassmen • Underclassmen 




Dave Leach 



Herb Lee 



Russell Lind 



Theresa Linebarger 




Mlfce Lipari 




Jason Lu^inbuhl 





Claudio Fuchs 

Year: Freshman 

Hometown: Cjermany 
• ••••• 

"Oglethorpe was my home for a year. I 
know, it is scary, but my real home is 
7400 miles away. ..Campus life is a totally 
new thing for me. ..Here you live together 
with about 500 students, which means 
you see every on-campus student some- 
where every day... I will miss campus life 
a lot when I go back. " 



Cheelsa Mb 



Brian McNulty 



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Kelly Moynes 



Patrick Mulht 




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Patrick Mullican 



Jenniler Nanek 



Yosni Niyata 



Rackel NoWe 






Lydia Nyako 



Patrick O Rourkt 



Angela Owin^s 



Jenny Ovdenk 



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Christopher rara^one 



Elizabeth Parra 



David Pass 



Melanlc Pcerl> 



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Marh Pelle^rino 




Jane Perfcins 



Roh Petric 



Sarah Phillips 




Jessie Pierce 



Joseph Pis; 



Mary Poteet 



Stacy Rasmussen 



Underclassmen 






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Jason Reese 




Matt Reeves 



James Rissler 



Randy Roberson 




Amy Robertson 



Kimberly Rodders 



Daniel Rosenthal 



Diana Rotne 




Michael Rowe 



Erum Sattar 



Angela Satteriield 



Zane Scarborough 



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iderclassmen • Underclassmen • Underclassmen 




Jenni Sdiillinger 




Zacliary Scliwalj 



SelL 



lonia oellars 



Deempal Slietli 




Micliael Shirley 



Susan Sliirley 





ChristopKe Lamor 

Year: Freshman 
Hometo-wn: Molainville. France 

"When I came over to the United States, I 

was concerned about learning about a 
foreign culture because I needed to adapt 
to the norms set up by this new environ- 
ment. My new college student life was 
rich in events of every kind and it taught 
me how to be more mature and 
independent. " 



Laura Sinclair 



Jenny Slater 



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Underclassmen • Underclassmen • Underclassmen 





Brandon Smith 



J. Smith 



K.elli Solomon 



Jason Stackhouse 







Scott Sta^g 



Erika Steele 



Jenniler Stelson 



Elizabetn Stockton 






Xharius Sumter 



Neetu Xawney 



Betn Taylor 



Jenniler Taylor 



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Chanda Tkc 



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Mattliew TKompson 




Jolin Tole 



Jenniter Trevisa 



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Yuri Tsufeads 




Julie \azq[uez 



Patricia Villavi 



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Cjloria Wagner 



Megan Walte 



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Dennett We 



Miriam 'rt' haley 



Brandi Wieber^ 




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Bruce Wiifces 






Christie 'willard 



Laura 'Williams 



Wade Wils 



Eddie Yatt 




Angela Zaballa 



Marcelo Zablak 









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RacKel Mak; 

Year: Fresnman 
Hometown: Na^oya. Japan 

7 love O.U.I It is worth coming here all 

the way from Japan, and I 'm lucky and 

proud to be a part of O.U. There is an 

atmosphere here that nobody can find in 

my other university anywhere, and I love 

being in this "little Oglethorpe 

community. " 





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SENIOR 
ADMINISTRATORS 




Donald S. Stanton 
President 





Anthony S. Caprio 
Provost 



Paul L. Dillm^liam 
Vice President lor Development 



84 ^y Faculty 




Jokn B. Knott, III 
Executive Vice President 









Kennetli B. Stark 
Executive Director of Public Relations 




Donald R. Moore 

Vice President for Student Affairs/ 

Dean ol Community Life 




John A. Tliames 
Dean of Continuing Education 



Faculty 



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Cj. Malcolm Amerson 

James fcvd'ward O^letnorpe 

rroiessor or Biology 




Keitn H. Auiderneide 
rroiessor oi C nemistry 




Keith £j. Baker 

Director or Accounting 

Studies 




Robert A. Blumentnal 
H roiessor oi Mathematics 




James A. Bohart 
Associate Proiessor oi Mv 




William L. Bri^htman 
rroiessor ol English 




Ronald L. Carlisle 

rroiessor ol Computer Science 

and Mathematics 




David C hawszczcwshi 

Assistant rroiessor ol 

Education 




Barhara R. Clart 
Proiessor ol English 



86 my Faculty 




John A. C_^ramer 
rroiessor ol Fnysics 




Ximotny H. Hand 

Associate Proiessor ol 

Psycnolo^y 




m^Jjgim 



Bruce W^. rietnerington 
Proiessor ol h,cononiics 




Raymond J. Kaiser 

Assistant Professor of 

MatKematies 




Nancy I i. Kerr 
Froiessor ol PsycKology 



C liarlotte Lee Knippenter^ 
Director of tKc Drama 
Pr 




rogram 



Josepli M. Knippenter^ 

Associate Professor of Political 

Studies 








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Rotin M. LeBlanc 
distant Professor of Politics 





J^y Lutz Alexander M. Martin 

Associate Professor of FrencK Assistant Professor of History 




Micliael F. McClure 
Assistant Professor of En^lisli 




Douglas McFarland 
sistant Professor of EnglisK 




Mary M. Middleton 

Associate Professor of 

Accounting 



PKilip J. Neujalir 
Professor ol PkilosopKy 




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Lloyd Nicfc 

Director of Art Programs 

and Museum 



Faculty 



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Ken Nishimura 
Professor of Pliilosopliy 




Jolin D. Orme 

Associate Proiessor oi 

Political StuJies 




Viviana P. Plotnifc 
Assistant Professor ol Spanish 




W. Irwin Ray ' 

Director of Musical Activities 






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MicKatI K. Rulison 


John A. Ryland 


Daniel L. SchaJler 


William C. Schulz. Ill 
Assistant Professor ol Busine 


Professor of Physics 


Liorarian 


Professor of Biology 








Administration 




William O. Shropshire 

Callaway Proiessor oi 

Economics 




W. Bradford Smith 
Assistant Professor of History 




John C . Stevens 
Professor of Education 




Brad L. Stone 
Professor of Sociology 



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1^^ Faculty 




w^illiam F. Straley 

Associate Proiessor oi 

Business Aaministration 




Linda J. 1 aj lor 
Proiessor oi Englisn 




David IN. Tnomas 
Proiessor oi History 




J. L)ean Tucker 

Associate Proiessor oi 

Business Administration and 

Economics 




Vienna Kern Volante 

Associate Proiessor oi 

Education 




Victoria L. Weiss 
Proiessor oi Englisn 




Jason M. Wirtk 

Visiting Assistant Proiessor oi 

Pnilosopny 




Monte W. Wolf 
Proiessor oi Cnemistry 




Alan N. Woolfolk 

Associate Proiessor oi 

Sociology 



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Philip P. :^insmeister 
Proiessor oi Biology 



Faculty ^y 



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HxAnJrfSie 



vhtan Kiim 




Paul riudson. Registrar and RKonda Walls. Assistant 
Registrar 



Pamela Tubesin^, Administrative Assistant to tne 
Provost 



ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 




(L to r) David Stockton. Catalog Librarian. Debbie Dejuan, 

Library Assistant - Circulation, Steplianie Pbillips, Penny Rose. 

Library Assistant - Periodicals. Virginia Xonilinson. Library 

Assistant - Circulation. Christen Warner. Liorary Assistant - 

Circulations. George Stewart, Relerence Litrarian and Jobn A. 

Ryland, Librarian. 




Cbristie Brack brill and Kathleen Cuy. 
Museum Associates 



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Staff 




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(L to r) Andy P. Geeter. Admission Counselor. Laura Amiot. 

Admission Counselor. Linda M. Bartell. Associate Director of 

Admission. Mereditli A. Mabry. Admission Counselor. Troy 

Dwyer. Admis.sion Counselor. Lei^h Maloy. Assistant to tlie 

Director ol Admission. Detty Scliuliger. Assistant to tKe Director 

ol Admission. CatKy Ensin^. Admission Coun.selor. Dennis T. 

Matthews. As.sociate Dean of Enrollment Management, David 

Crraves. Admission Counselor and Detty KirLy. Administrative 

Assistant. 




(L to r) MereditK Kemp. Work Study Student. Wanda Banai, 

Pamela S. Beaird. Director of Financial Aid. Clirista L. Winsness, 

Financial Aid Counselor and Patrick N. Bonones, Assistant 

Director ol Financial Aid.. 

ADMISSIONS & FINANCIAL 

AID 



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Back ro^v:(L to r) Marskall R. Nason. Associate Dean ol Community Lite and 

Director of Student Center. Donald R. Moore, Vice President lor Student 

Affairs and Dean of Community Life, Patsy A. Bradley. University Nurse, C, 

Harold JoKnson, Director ol Security and Betsy Ryland, Psychologist. Front 

row: Carolyn M. Dufly. Administrative Assistant to the Vice President. Kay 

Norton, Assistant Dean ol Community Lile and Director ol Housing, Eliza- 

tetli SmitK. Resident Director. Betty Nis.sley, Secretary lor the Student Center 

and Pari Smart, Resident Director. 




Back row: ( L to r) Resident Assistants Jim Faasse. Jamie Walker. Pat 

Mulkearn, Rekecca Hester, Bill Girton and Gina Fraone. Front row: Resident 

Director Elizaketk Smitk. Brooke Bourdelat-Parks. Mary Poteet. Re.sident 

Director Pari Smart. Stepkanie Caroutkers. Tonya Gikson and Jeremiak 

Sckultz. 



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Staff 





business 



(L to r) Vivian Marsnall. Accounts Receivable 
ipervisor. Janice C Cjilmore, Director oi tne Bv 
Jiiice and Hilda Nix. Accounts Payable and Payroll 
Supervisor. 



5uper 



(L to r) Sandra Ho^vard, University Receptionist. Linda 
Bucki. Associate Dean lor Administration, Carrie Lee 
Hall. Adminstrativc Assistant to tne Executive Vice 
President and Associate Dean. Criadys Xalley. Audiovi- 
sual Coordinator. 




Housekeeping. Crounds and Maintenance 




BUSINESS OFFICE 



(L to r) Cyntkia JVIascioli. Ollice Manager, 
Jokn A. Xkames. Dean or Continuing Educa- 
tion and Ann Sincere. Registration Coordina- 
tor. Not pictured: Carl 1. Pirkle. Jr.. Associ- 
^^> ^r^^ ^^^^1 li^ll ^r ^ X II F" W^ ^^^ Dean ol Continuing Education and Arlis 
\^ U iVl iVl LJ N 111 LIrt D. Head. Assistant Dean of Continuing 

Education. 



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Staff 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Organizations ^% 95 



Alpha Chi 

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rrom Leit-to-Riglit: Dr. Clark, Jenifer Parks. Betk Taylor. Dr. RuliMon. Stacey Ckapman. Miriam Wkaley, Jenny Ovdenk. Adam Ruiz. Bridget Cecckini, 
Stepkanie Powell. Victoria Palkovic. Simon Hukin, Stepkanie Hunter. Rok Petric. ana Rebecca Hester 



96 ^^ Organizations 



Alpha Phi Omega 

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Friendsmp 



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Oglethorpe 
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Satterlield. Rebecca 

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Le Cercle Francais 
French Club 




from Lclt-to-Riolit: Kimberly Rod^trs. Cnristopne 

Lanior. L)r. Lutz. Amy Bacigalupi. Karina 

OeAlmeida. Jason Knaley. Rok Petric Not pictured: 

Miriam Wnaley. Jeniier Parks. Mclanic PeerDOom 



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International Club 



beated Leit-to-Ri^nt: iVarianne 

Xjemes. Karina DeAlmeiaa. Satomi. 

Suzuki. ReiRo Mahi. Lyaia Nyako 

Standing Row 1: Lruni Salter. 

Elizaoelh Parra, Micnelle John, 

Deempal Stietn. Faran Knatoon. 

Deooran Lei^tity. Stell Huan^. 

Marsnail Nason Ro'w 2: Hilary 

Brennan. Davia Pass. Kimberly 

Roarers. Ciauaio Fucns. L)ean 

Tnames. Racnel Nome, Maria Bri^nt 




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Intervarsity Chris- 
tian Fellowship 




From Left-to-Riglit: Caria Hall. 

Jenny Guerrero. Amy Asaki. 

Crai^ Dennis. Angela Bartletl. 

Maria Xopezit. ana Lew 

Lecbrone 



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Council 




CMandin^ Irom Leit-to-Ri^ht: Dean Moore. Anthony Wilson. Brian Snipley, Dave Sabel. Jason Levy, Clay Barrineau Sitting: Rod 

Smitn, Alan Ciioson. Kevin Huitt, Aric Kline 



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Omicron Delta 

Kappa 

OAK 




Back Row from Left-to-Rjgtt: Dr. Carlisle. Mar.skall Nason. Dr. Tueber, Ann Mason, Mike Tkomas. Ja.son Fi.sker. Dr. SkropsKire, 

Bill Girton. Dr. Lutz. Dr. Knippenberg. Mark Capri,,. Dean Moore Front Row: Jin, Faas.se. Stepken Cooper. Kent McKay, Elizaketk 

Stockton, Elizaketk Smitk, Mickelle Jokn. Jenifer Parks, Jamie Walker, CkanJa Creasy, and Kay Norton 



Organizations ^y 103 



Oglethorpe 
Academic Team 




Standing: William Girton. Susan SKirley. Dave LeacK, Dave Clieung. Greg Daspit. 

Tony Drate Seated: EUzatetK Stoctton, Stephen Cooper Not pictured: Mark 
Caprio. Misclielle Curlin. Marstall Nason. Dave Leach. Matt Reeves, Jamie Walter 

Catncrine Wolle 




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Oglethorpe 
Student Association 




Organizations ^^ 105 



Oglethorpe Wind 

Ensemble 




Back Row from Lcft-to-Ri^lit: Misclielle Curtin. Joanic Howard. Catliarinc Doles. Maria JolinsoTi. Bttli Taylor, Norifco Murata Middle Row: 
Mereditk Kemp. Jennifer CampLell. Brooke Bourdelat -Parks. Leia Inzerello. Susan Snirley Front Row: Director Dana Carton. Tonia Sellars, 
Kim Rodders. Natalie Dietz. Neetu Tawney. Not pictured: Mark Caprio. Gregory Daspit. William Girton. Stepkenie Miller. Yvette Nemetk, 

Stacy Rasmusscn. Jenniicr Scnillinger. Katnrin Voajaani. 



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Panhellenic 




Jf rom Leil-to-Ki^nt: Sabrina boles. Julie A^ster. Jenniler I revisan. Angela Satterlield. Kay Norton, Stepnanie jLverett 

Stephanie Mannis. iJianna Rotne. Rebecca Hester 



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JNikolaos Antoniou 

Maria Bright. Vice President 

Claire Buzzard 

Mike Ckamoers 

Margaret Ckin 

Katkleen Farrell 

Lori Oreen 

Randa Halez 

Jenniler Hornor 

Simon Hukin 

Mickelle Jokn. Vice President 

Rakia Nagda 

CvOrnelia Petcu 

Rok Petric 
Keiko Sakamoto 

Faculty /Staii Memoers: 

Antkony Caprio 

JNancy Kerr 

Jay Lutz. President 

Alexander Martin 

Lloyd Nick 

Marskall Nason, Campus Coordinator 

Ken iNiskimura 

William Skropskire 

Donald Stanton 

William Straley 

Pkillip Zinsmeister 




rionorary NlemDers: 

Nokuaki Oda 
Barkara Stanton 



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Residence Hall 
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Above: Back Row: Mark Caprio. Amy Marie 
Puckitt. Alex Gray. MereJitk Kemp Dr. Mickael 
Ruli.son. Joe Pisanj, Eleanor Fulton. William Girton. 
Marskall Nason Middle Row: Mike Makoney, Ann 
Sckewe. Greg Daspit. Tony Drake. Vicki Vis^er 
Front Row: Matt Reeve.s. Jamie Walker. Misckelle 
Curtin. Dave Leack Not pictured: Alison Bess. Tom 
Barker. Cookie Buyert. Stepken Cooper. Joe Cox. Dr. 
Jokn C ramer. James Green. Gloria Joknson. Bryon 
Letoumeau. Skannon Montgomery. Bryan Rankin. 
Mike Tkomas, Ckuck Win^o 

I o the Lert: Guest lecturer Dr. Owen Gin^erick is 
presented "witn membersnip in SPS. 

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Thalian Society 




IJacR Row: Patrick rloyd. Or. Joseph Knippenber^. Miscnelle Curtin. Mattne"w Farley. Matthew Bamhill. Stacy Chapman. L)r. Bradiord Smith. 
Kacnel Noble. Alison Bess Front Ro"w: Matthew Reeves. Mark C aprio. William Ciirton. Oina rraone. Ldizabeth Stockton. David t heung Not 

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University Chorale 




1994-95 O^letkorpe University CKorale 

Personnel listea lelt-to-ri^nt 

Jennifer Parts (A). Stephen Cooper (T). Jaime JeJrjchowsfci (S). ClauJio Fuclis (B). Julie Agster (S). Tliomas Taylor (T). Mary Poteet (A). 

Rict HiUels (B) 



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1994-95 Oglethorpe University Singers 

Personell listed bottom row (#l) to top (#4) and left-to-riglit 

#1 Julie Vazscjuez. Heather Andrews. Cristine Jal,s. Christine Bemier. Megan Walters. Jenifer Parhs. [,aura Butts. K'athrin Vodjdani 

#2 Julie Agster. Jaime Jedrychowsfci, Katie Tructsis. Kate Varley. Mary Potcet. lolanta Oyztoyd. Chanda Creasy. Michelle Breton 

#3 Christina Bumham. Carrie Adhins, James Rissler. Rich Hihbets. Kimherly Worley. Erin O'Brien. Julia Shvartsman 

#4 Stephen Cooper. Claudio Fuchs. Joey Kidd. Thomas Taylor. Randy Roherson. Bill Davis. Eric Clahaugh. Jeremy Jeffra 

Not pictured: Kent McKay. Rachel Mahi, Claire Buzzard, Marh Boyt. Dr. WiUiam Schuiz 



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Alpha Phi Omega, Oglethorpe 

Ambassadors, Best Buddies, 

Black Student Caucus, Chess 

Club, Executive Round Table, 

International Club, InterVarsity 

Christian Fellowship, Kashima 

Shinryu, Oglethorpe Academic 

Team, Oglethorpe Dancers, 
Oglethorpe Expeditions Unlim- 
ited, Oglethorpe Wind En- 
semble, Playmakers, Residence 
Hall Association, The Stormy I 
Petrel, Student Alumni Associa^ 
tion. The Tower, Yamacraw, 



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Alpha Psi Omega, Chiar- 
oscuro, French Club, Sigma Tau 
Delta, Thalian Society, Univer- 
sity Chorale, University Singers, 
Phi Alpha Theta, Pre-Medical 
Association, Sigma Pi Sigma, 
Society of Physics Students, 
Sigma Zeta, Psi Chi, Psychology 
and Sociology Club, Student 
Education Association, Ac- 
counting Club, Adam Smith So- 
ciety, Beta Omicron Sigma, Al- 
^ha Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Phi Beta Delta, Phi Eta Sigma 



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CROSS 
COUNTRY 

This year's team consisted of Seniors: Beau 
Lyons, Jason Arnold, and Linda Davis; Juniors: 
Doug Pack, Alan Tudors, Lew Leckrone, Scott 

Stags, and Stephanie Chaby; Sophomores: 
Chip Kohlweiler and Hope LeBeau; and Fresh- 
men: Jeff Thomas, Kristine Lawrie, Christina 
Burnham, Sabrina Soles, and Alicia Hodkin. 



The Men's squad ended up 7-1 for the sea- 
son and ranked 6th in Conference 

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season and ranked 7th in Conference 

One notable for the season was Doug Pack, 
who was All-Conference and went on to com- 
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The Oglethorpe Women's 
Volleyball team completed a 
winning season with a record of 
22-19. Single match highs for 
this season were: Ann Mason 
with 26 kills against Emory dur- 
ing their 9-16 match, Melissa 
Drouin with 6 service aces dur- 
ing the 9-13 match against 
Agnes Scott, Noriko Murata 
with 6 blocks against Greens- 
boro on the 10-1 match, and 
Susan Poston with 44 digs 
against emory in the 9-16 
match. In that 9-16 match ver- 
sus Emory the team totaled 184 

digs. 



This year's Women's Volley- 
ball team brought students to- 
gether from as far away as To- 
kyo, Japan to as close as 

Warner Robins, GA. 
The team consisted of Se- 
niors: Noriko Murata, Lu 
Green, Susan Poston, and Ann 
Mason; Sophomores: Melissa 
Drouin and Kim Worley; and 
Freshman Megan McQueen and 
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Seniors Andy Schutt and Cornell Longino were named "most valu- 
able players" at the Oglethorpe University basketball banquet. 

Other award winners were Clay Davis, "Stormy Petrel" award, Jack 
Stephens, "Coaches' Award" and Bryon Letourneau "academic 

award". 

Letterneau, Ryan Strong, and Ryan Vickers were named "Tri-Cap- 
tains" of the 1995-96 team. Strong and Letourneau will be jun- 
iors next season, Vickers a Senior. 

Coach Jack Berkshire's team finished with an 18-8 record and 
landed a berth in the NCAA division III tournament. Schutt be- 
came a 1,000-point career scorer and Longino the all-time assist 

leader. 

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Four players hit over .330 and pitcher Chip Evans won seven of 

eight games to lead coach Billy Popp's baseball team to a 25-13 

record and a berth in the SCAC tournament. 

For more than 100 at bats, Matt Weiner, who chased Luke 

Appling's hitting record for most of the season, led the team with a 

.360 average. He also led in RBI's with 34. 
Tommy Gambino batted .358 and led the team in doubles with 11. 

He also had three home runs. 
Tim Crowley hit a solid .33 and Eric Kung, who got to the plate 71 

times, had 24 hits for a .366 average. 

Evans not only led the team in victories but posted the best ERA- 

3.2. Mike Thomas had five wins against three losses and a 4.8 ERA. 

Gambino and Weiner were named to the SCAC first team and 

recieved honorable mention on the NCAA Division III All-South 

squad. 
Nine Seniors, including Weiner, Lukow, Evans, Thomas and the de- 
pendable Jim Moccio, graduated but the outlook for 1995 is not 

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TRACK & FIELD 

Coach Bob Unger 
Women's track team finished the season in a blaze of glory and to- 
gether with the men's cinder team gave the Stormy Petrels one of 

their best track records in history. 

The Lady Petrel's smashed eight records at the SCAC championships^ 

three of which were nailed by Katie Farrell, A Senior out of 

Lawrenceburg, IN. 

Farrell established new Oglethorpe University standards for the 10 

K, 800 meters, and 3 K. The records she bettered were her own. 

Donnett Miller, a Junior from Jamaica, smashed two SCAC records 

in winning the long jump with a 16'8" mark and the high jump with 

a 5'2" mark. 

The 4 X 100 relay team, featuring Miller, Stephanie Everett, Tinie 

Waterston and Yvette Nemeth, posted a new standard of 53.24 and 

Mary McPherson did the same with a 30'9" toss of the shot put. 

Nemeth added another OU record with a 16.6 mark in the high 

hurdles. 

Coach Unger's women were undefeated in five dual meets. 

The men were almost but not quite as impressive as the women. 

They won four of five dual meets. 
Alan Tudors was selected to the All-SCAC team. He set a new OU 

record for 3 K in an impressive time of 10:12. 
Coach Unger brought a great deal of credit to Oglethorpe, not only 
for his teams performances during the year and at the conference 
championships but also for hosting the Atlanta Track Club's "All- 
Comers" track meet during the months of May and June. It was dur- 
ing one of these meets that Ms. Farrell broke another OU record 
for the 5 K. No great surprise that she was named Oglethorpe's 

"Athlete of the Year". 
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Andrews. Heather 115 
An^el. Fawn 58 
Antoniou. NjNolaos 58. 69 
Arnold, Jason 136 
ArrJeta. Dettie 131. 156 
Arrieta. Michelle 131 
Arrlzahalaga. Nacno 6 
Atkinson. Maxine 66 
Aufderheide. Keith 86 



B 



Bacigalupi. Amy 99 

Baker. Keith 86 

Banai. H^anda 91 

Baranov.shaya. Natasha 66 

Barker. Tom 111 

Barnhill. Matthew 66. 113 

Barrera. Paola 41. 54. 58 

Barrineau. Clay 37. 102 

Bartell. Linda 91 

Bartlett. Angela 38. 66. 101 

Bates. Jeff 66 

Bau^h. James 15 

Beaird. Pamela 91 

Berkshire. Jack 146 

Bernier. Christine 66. 115 

Bess, Alison 66. 111. 113 

Bil^in. Kerem 58 

Billin^sley. Michael 48. 52 

Blackmon. Jason 48 

Blumenthal. Rohert 86 

Bohart. James 86 

Bonones. Patrick 91 

Borderieux. Laura 66 

Bourdelat Parks. Brooke 65. 92. 106 

Bowers. Jennifer 175 

Boyt. Mark 115 

Brackhrill. Christie 90 

Bradley. Patsy 92 

Breitteller. Jasttn 66 

Brennan. Hilary 100 

Brennan. Wendy 36. 67. 156 

Breton. Michelle 115 

Bright. Maria 58. 100 

Bri^htman. William 86 

Brown. April 55 

Brown. Luke 34 



Buck!. Linda 93 

Buoy. Kristen 26 

Burnham. CLristina 20. 24, 67. 115. 136 

Butler. Teri 67 

Butts, Laura 115 

Buyert. Cookie 111 

Buzzard. Claire 5. 115 

Buzzard. Sarah 5 



Callaway. Cathryne 27. 67 

C annizzaro. Pete 67 

C aprio. Anthony 17. 84 

Caprio. Mark 23. 104. 111. 113 

Carli.'fle. Ronald 23. 86 

C arouthcrs. Stephanie 11. 92 

C arroll. David 67 

Carter. Rehecca 58 

Carton. Dana 106 

Chaby. Stepkanie 136 

Chadwick. Marlene 67 

Chapman. Stacey 67. 113 

C hawszczewski. David 8ti 

C nestnut. C asej- 67 

Cheung. David 20. 34. 37. 64. 67. 104. 113. 175 

Christian. Feleica 67 

Clahau^h. Erik 44. 58. 115 

C lark. Barhara 86 

Clifford. Denisa 67 

Coleman. Heath 48. 49. 175 

Collins. Nancy 68 

Comks. Will 38 

Cook. Katie 68 

Cooper. Stephen 23. 32. 104. HI. 114. 115 

C oulter. Lanier t>8 

Covington. Todd 68 

Cowdrey. Jennifer 58 

Cox. Joe 111 

Cramer. John 86. HI 

Creasy. Chanda 23. 44. 68, 115. 156 

Crowley. Tim 148 

Curaoha. j-Myssa 34. 68 

Curtin. Mischelle 58. 104. 106. 111. 113 

Curtis. Patricia 68 



D 



Danino. Paul 58 

Daspit. Oreo 68. 104. Ill 

Davis. Bill 23. 55. 115 

Davis. Clay 146 

Davis. Linda 59. 136 

DeAlmeida. Karina 6. 7. 40. 41. 68. 99. 100 

Dehroux. Frances 68 

Dejuan. Dehhie 90 

Dennis. Crai^ 101 

Dereyna. Kim 59 

Dietz. Natalie 68. 106 

Dillard. Roh 48 



Dillingham. Paul 15. 84 
Doles, Catharine 68. 106 
Doyle. Professor 42 
Drake. Tony 32. 104. Ill 
Drouin. Melissa 142 
Duffy. Carolyn 92 
Dwyer. Troy 51. 91 
Dyer. Linnea 16 



Ehlers, Julie 25 

Eleff. Justin 69 

Lmhry. Isaiah 69 

Lnsin^. Cathy 91 

Evans. Chip 148 

Everett. Stephanie 107. 154 

Everette. Randv 24. 69 



Faasse. Jim 22. 23. 69. 92 

Farge. Jerf 34 

Farley, Matthew 54. 113 

Farrell. Katie 5. 59. 154 

Fisher. Jason 23. 28. 69 

Fletcher. Katie 34. 69 

Floyd. Patrick 31. 34. 39. 42. 69. 113 

rowler. Jennifer 69 

Fowler. Kimherly 70 

Fraone. Gina 59. 92. 113. 175 

Fryman. Brian 59 

Fuchs. Claudio 40. 41. 70. 73. 100. 114. 115 

Fulton. Eleanor 111 



Cramhino. Tommy 148 

Garrett. Franklin 30. 31 

Gatljff, Allison 70. 175 

Geeter, Andy 91 

Gihson. Alan 59. 102. 127 

Gibson, Tonya 33. 92 

Gilmore, Janice 93 

Girton. Bill 23. 54. 59. 92. 104. 111. 113 

Glenn, Marquis 70 

Graf. Sliaunna 48. 49 

Graves. David 91 

Gray. Alex 111 

Green. James 70. 111. 174 

Green, Lu 59, 64. 142 

Greene, Amanda 70 

Grirrin, Katherine 34. 36 

Cjrimwood. Glennis 70 

Grogan. Colleen 21. 70. 174 

Guerrero. Jenny 60. 64. 101 

Guy, Kathleen 90 



H 



Hall. Caria 38. 60. ()5. 101 

Index 



169 



Hall. Carol 70. 175 
Hall. Carrie Lee 93 
Hamtrick. Derek 20. 70 
Hand. Timotky 80 
Hannak. Mark 126 
Hannoii. Holl)' loti 
Hartnett. Brenaa 60 
Head. ArlJs 93 
Heaoepetn. Jenniler 70 
Helms. Scott 39. 60 
Henry. Sarak 48. 49. 63 
Hernandez. I olanda 70 
Heslop. Ckri sting 20 
Hester. Rekecca 71. 92. 107 
Hetkerington. Bruce 86. 128 
Hikkets. Rick 71. 114. 115 
Hicks. Tracy 71 
Hillman. Brenaa 142 
Hoakin. iAlicia 136 
Horman. Pavel 71 
Holskouser. Valerie 25. 71 
Homer, jenniler 4 
Ho"wara. Joanie 106 
Howard. Sandra 93 
Huang. Ckien-Ko 60 
Huang. E-Ckia 71. 123 
Huan^. Stella 100 
Hudgens. Kevin 34. 35. 36 
Hudson. Paul 14. 31. 64. 90 
Hugkes. Xerri 71 
Huitt. Kevin 102 
Hukin. Simon 71 
Hunter. Skonda 71 



Ick'wan. Angelia 60 
lllin^wortk. Mickael 113 
Inzerello. Leia 60. 106 
Isoe. Gustavo 8. 9 
Ison. Xkomas 71 



Jaks. Cristine 115 
Jedryckowski. Jaime 114, 115 
JedryckowsRi. Jenny 71 
Jeffra. Jeremy 48. 71. 115 

Jokn. Mickelle 6. 23. 40. 59, 60, 63, 100. 175 

J<^>knsnn. (jjoria 111 

Joknson. Harold 92 

Joknson. iMaria 106 

Jolissaint. Jena 48. 123 

Jones. Justin 60 

Jones, Otis 72 



Keiser. Karmin 72. 123 
Kelsey. Tiffany 72. 175 
Kemp, Mereditk 91, 106. Ill 
Kendrick, Kevin 72 
Kem. C recke 72 
Kerr. Nancy 64. 87 
Kkaloon. Farak 7. 40. 72. 100 
Kidd, Joey 72.115 
Kieman, Dennis 131 
King, Melissa 36, 37 
Kirky. Dekky 91 
Kline. Aric 102 
Knaley. Jason 60. 63. 99 
Knippenber^, Josepn 23, 87. 113 
Knippenoerg. Lee 48. 52. 53. 87 
Knott. Jokn 85 
Koklweiler. Ckip 31. 136 
Kun^. Eric 148 
Kuni. Kim 72 



Lamor. Ckristopke 72, 77. 99 

Lan^ston. Meg 72 

LaRosa. Donna 72 

Lawrie. Kristine 72. 136 

Leack. Dave 11. 32. 34. 37. 73. 104. 111. 113 

LeBeaxi. Hope 2f>. 136 

LeBlanc, Rokin 87 

Leckrone. Lew 101. 136 

Lee. Herk 73 

Lekmann, Sally 25 

Leigkty, Dekorak 100 

Letourneau. Bryon 111. 146 

Levy. Jason 102 

Lim, Sopkana 4. 174 

Lind. Russell 73 

Linebarger. Xkeresa 73 

Lipari, Mike 73 

Longino. C omell 146 

Luginkukl. Jason 73 

Lufeow. Will 148 
Lutz. Jay 23. 62. 87. 99 
Lyons. Beau 136 



M 



K 



Kaiser. Ravmond 87 



Maljry. Mereditli 91 
MaKnney. Mifce 111 
Mabi. Raclicl 6. 81. 100, 115 
Mallory. Andrea 156 
Maloy. Leieli 91 
Mannjs. Stepnanie 107 
Maron. Clieelsa 73 
MarsKall, Vivian 93 
Martin. Alexander 87 
Mascioli. Cyntliia 93 
Mason. Ann 23. 142 
MattKews. Dennis 65, 91 
McClung, Jamie 24, 31 



McClure, Mictael 26, 87 

McFarland, Douglas 87 

McKay, Kent 22, 23. 43, 48, 49, 115 

McNulty. Brian 73 

McPherson. Mary 154 

McQueen. Megan 142 

Middleton. Mary 87 

Miller. Donnctt 154 

Miller, Lewis 74 

Moccio, Jim 148 

Montgomery, SKannon 55. Ill 

Moore. Donald 23, 85, 92, 102 

Morris, Cnristy 74 

Morrison, Mickael 60 

Moynes. Kelly 74 

Mullieam, Pat 74, 92 

Mullican, Patrick 74 

Murata, Noriko 41. 60. 106. 142 

Murpky. Sue 5 



N 



Nanek. Jenniler 74 

Nason. Marskall 23, 40, 92, 100, 104, 111 

Nenietk, Yvette 154 

Neujakr, Pkillip 87 

Nevitt, C nance 126 

Nick, Llnyd 22, 87 

Niskimura, Ken 88 

Nissley, Betty 92 

Nix, Hilda 93 

Niyata. 1 oski 74 

Nokle. Racked 74, 100. 113 

Nokles, Katkerine 25 

Norton, Kay 21, 23, 92, 107 

Nyako, Lydia 6, 40. 54. 74, 100 



o 



O Brien. Erin 115 
Oka. Mickie 61 
Orme. Jokn 62. 88 
O Rourke. Patrick 74 
Ott, Janice 61 
Ovdenk, Jenny 25, 74 
Owen, Oingerick 111 
Owings. Angela 74 
Oyzkoyd, lolanta 115 



Pack, Doug 136 
Paragone, C kris 37. 75 
Parks, Jenifer 23. 52. 99. 114. 115 
Parra. Elizaketk 41. 75. 100 
Pass. David 34. 75. 100 
Pedersen, Kristiane 6. 36 
Peerkoom. Melanie 75. 99 
Pcllegrino. Mark 75 
Perkins. Jane 75 



170 



Index 



Petric. Rok 75. 99 

Petrovic. Iva 38 

PKillips. Sarak 75 

Pierce. Jessie 75 

Pintozzi. Oevin 61 

PirkU. Carl 93 

Pisan!. Joe 75. Ill 

Plotnil. Viviana 88 

Popp. Billv 148 

Poston. Susan 61. 142 

Potctt. Mary 75. 92. 114. 115 

Puckett. Amy Marie 17, 49, 61, 111 

Pyron. Jeff 44 



R 



Ramos. Mar^e 61 

Rankin. Bryan 111 

RaptT. C nristopncr 61 

Rasmussen. Stacy 75 

Ray. W. Irwin 88 

Reese. Jason 76 

Reeves. Matt 34. 37. 76. 104. 111. 113 

Rissler. James 24. 76. 115 

Roa. Francisco 9 

Rokrson. Randy 23. 76. 115 

Rol>ertson. Amy 76 

Rodgers. Kim 6. 40. 76. 99. 100. 106 

Rose. Penny 90 

Rosenthal. Daniel 76 

Rotlie. Diana 76. 107 

Rowe. Michael 76 

Ruli.son. Michael 88. Ill 

Ryland. Betsy 92 

Ryland. John 88. 90 



Sahel. Dave 102 
Sandin. Dan 35 
Saniord. Anna 25 
Sattar. Erum 76. 100 
Satterfield. Angela 7(i. 107 
Scarhorough. Zane 76 
Schadler. Daniel 88 
Schewe. Ann 111 
Schillinger. Jenni 77 
Schmidt. Jeanne 128 
Schmidt. Steve 28. 29 
Schorstein. Vlad 61 
Schuli^er. Dehhy 91 
Schuhz. Jeff 61 
Schultz. Jeremiah 92 
Schulz. William 88. 115 
Schutt. Andy 37. 146 
Schwah. Zachary 77 
Sellars. Tonia 77. 106 
Sheth. Deempal 40. 77. 100 
Shipley. Brian 102 
Shirley, Michael 77. 175 



Shirley. Su.san 77. 104. 106 

Shropshire. William 23. 88 

Shvartsman. Julia 115 

Sincere. Ann 93 

Sinclair. Laura 34. 77 

Slater. Jenny 26. 34. 77 

Smart. Pari 92 

Smith. Bradford 88. 113 

Smith. Brandfin 78 

Smith. C hris 175 

Smith. Elizaheth 21. 92 

Smith. J. 78 

Smith, Rod 102 

Soles. Sahrina 107. 136 

Solomon. Kelli 78 

Stachhouse. Jason 78 

Stasa. Scott 32. 54. 78. 136 

Stanton. Barhara 14, 17 

Stanton. Donald 14. 16. 29. 31. 65. 84 

Stark. Kenneth 85 

Steele. Erika 34. 78 

Stelson. Jennifer 78 

Stephens, Jack 146 

Stevens. John 88 

Ste'wart. Oeorge 90 

Stinnett. MeUssa 53 

Stockton. David 90 

Stockton. Elizaheth 23. 32. 34. 78. 104. 113 

Stone. Brad 88 

Straley. William 5. 24. 89 

Strong. Ryan 146 

Sumter. Tharius 48. 78 

Suzuki. Satomi 6. 20. 40, 41. 54. 100 

Svitek. Melis.sa 25 



Talhy. Gladys 93 

Xanaka. Kotaro 54 

Tawney. Neetu 78. 106 

Taylor. Beth 78. 106 

Taylor. Jenniler 78 

Taylor. Linda 89 

Taylor. Thomas 114. 115 

Thames. John 85. 93. 100 

Thomas. C hanaa 79. 156 

Thomas. David 89 

Thomas. Jeff 79. 136 

Thomas. Mike 23. 36. 37. 111. 128. 148 

Thompson. Matthew 79 

Thrasher. Ainiee 32, 34 

Tjemas. Karianne 6. 40. 79. 100 

Tole. John 79 

Tomlinson. Virginia 90 

Torrens. Bernardo 8. 9 

Trevisan. Jennifer 79. 107. 136 

Trucksis. Katie 115 

Tsuhaki. Momoyo 5. 79 

Tsukada. Yuri 6. 79 

Tuhesino. Pamela 90 



Tucker. Dean 22. 23. 89 
1 udors. Alan 136. 154 



u 



L'nger. Boh 154 



V 



Vails, Dmo 9 
Varley. Kate 115 
Vaughn. Rehecca 34 
Vazcjuez. Julie 79. 115 
Vickers. Ryan 146 
Villavicencio. Patricia 79 
Visger. Vicki 37. Ill 
Vodjdani. Kathrin 115 
Volante. Vienna 62. 89 



w 



Wagner, (jloria 79 
w'alker, Hope 61 

Walker. Jamie 20. 23. 61. 92. 104. 111. 113 
Walls. Rkonda 90 
Walters. Megan 79. 113 
Wardlaw. Melissa 61 
Warner. C'kristen 90 
Waterston. Xinnie 154 
Weaver. Bennett 80 
Weiner. Matt 148 
Weiss. Victoria 89 
Wessling. Sean .34 
Wkaley. Miriam 80. 99. 174 
Wieberg, Brandi 80 
Wilkes, Bruce 31. 39. 80 
Wilkinson. Vicy .37 
Willard. Ckristie 80 
Williams. KimDerly 156 
Williams. Laura 80 
Williams. Rekecca 16 
Williamson. Miki 174 
Wilson. Antkony 102 
Wilson. Wade 80 
Wingo. Ckuck 111 
Winsness. C krista 91 
Wirtk. Jason 89 
Wiskind, Jared 34. 35 
Wolf. Monte 89 
Wolfe. Catkerine 34. 104 
Woolfolk. Alan 89 
Worley. Kim 53. 115. 142 
Wuicket. David .30 



Yates. Eddie 80 



Zakalla. Angela 80 
Zaklak. Marcelo 80 
Zinsmeister. Pkilip 89 



Index 



171 



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to senior members of the 

Ya mac raw staff 

Heath Coleman 

and 
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The Yamacraw 

would like to thank 

Dean Moore 

Mary Kay Kimmitt 

Marshall Nason 

Community Life 

Gene Asher 
Dr. Dana Carton 

Mark Caprio 

Chopper Johnson 

Public Relations 

The Stormy Petrel 

and all others who helped make 

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