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VzTyt-gTsA n. (German: 
Zeit = Time + Geist = 
Spirit) 1 .The spirit of the 
time. 2. The general intel- 
lectual and moral state or 
trend of culture and taste 
characteristic of an era. 



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Oglethorpe University 
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Two-faced Lupton tower measures 
erratic times. Handling hour beginnings and 
endings, its careless tock divides our day. We 
often take the elevated granite timepiece for 
granted, but tradition's turret stands its watch 
as an interested observer, a covert shaper of 
possibility, a symbol of the cultural inherit- 
ance which can bolster or impede a 
generation's attempts to define itself. Every 
quarter-hour from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. the clock 
issues an inescapable reminder of aural tradi- 
tion. But every half-hour the song skips a 
clap, producing a peal of silence. The incom- 
plete cadence of the carillon is Lupton's loop- 
hole, the pause that refreshes, a space left for 
the unfettered expression of the spirit of the 
times. 

Zeitgeist: what we make of the missing moment 
of tradition in our race against chime. 



Yearbooks — and this one will be no 
exception — are plagued by smiles. Too often 
yearbooks fail at the difficult task of recording 
campus life. Posed, prepared and presenta- 
tional subjects expose teeth and little else. 
Considering this problem, we decided to 
focus on sins rather than smiles. (Regrettably, 
some of the sinners were busy smiling any- 
way.) In a fit of originality, we chose seven 
Oglethorpian sins. 



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Left:Becky Ellis permanently posits pride on 

her posterior. "Tlien like the Petrel, feet 

near the butt-crack ... Nes-cheek Cedere. " 

Above: Davy Crockett: "Y'all can go to hell. 

I'm a-goin ' to Te.uis. " Patrick Floyd: "Y'all 

can go to hell. Pm a-goin ' to git nekkid. " 





Above left: Andy Noble. Michael 
Hogcm and Zaiie Scarborough 
are proud of their uncovered rear 

deck. 

.Above: "To da curb wit Rudolph. 
I'm guidin' Santa's sleigh!" boasts 
Mike Vickers. 

Left: "Pop Quiz, Iwtshot, " — the 
most basic of Christian virtues or 
the sliaineless solipsistic 
pretensions of hiuiianities 
hubrisians — "what do \ou do?" 



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Above right: Show us how you 'II 

quench the fires, SJmdrach, 

Meshach and Abednego. 

Right: Pat McCrotch, inseam 34". 



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Below: Insobriety: usually phrased as. "Why 
does everyone have a third eye in the middle 
of her forehead? " 







Above: A 2nd floor Schmidt resident, who 
shall remain nameless, smoking a little 
sumthin'-sumthin' on the roof of the libraiy. 

Right: Leslie Menoni and James Morelli are 
the only people brave enough to take credit 
for grinding on the EAE dance floor. 



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Left: Paul Lyons. I'm no doctor, hut it looks like 

your speech problems could have something to 

do with the silver hall in your tongue. 

Ahove: Andy Noble pulls out his right eye as a 
party gag at the ZAE house. It's a crowd 

favorite. 




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Above left: Dr. Baiibe studies the 
particle of his soul which 
remains unaffected by academia 
while Rebecca Minnick searches 
for answers in her anatomy 
notes. 

Abo\e: hari-kari: sannirai 
suicide by disemboweling; 
karaoke: modem variant of Ixari- 
kari, substituting song for sword 
Andrew. Lisa. Erika and Sofia 
bombing with "Love Sliack. " 

Left: Jena Jolissaint — Stop! in 
the name of lobe. 



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Above: Tiffany Kelsey skillfully 

crams a few minutes of study 

between hours of labor on the 

yearbook. 

Above right: Mostly sunny, 72 

degrees, winds from the southwest 

at five knots. "Petfect day for 

titration, " says Coy Miller as 

vitality drip, drip, drips from his 

soul. 

Right: WordPerfect, SleepLost, 
StressFelt, TimeSpent, NoFun. 



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Below: Allison Wilbur finds precious few 
moments as she waits in line for a desk at 
which to study for an upcoming test. 




Above: "Hey baby, take our picture. " Only 
Oglethorpe can attract darky construction 
workers. 

Right: Even Professor Schultz's new wife 
Liiula Bartell Schultz lovingly calls him a 
dweeb. 



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Left: Hal Robinson whispers to Shannon 

Moreland. "You can be in the picture, but 

you can 't have my beer " 

Above: At the financial aid office it's difficult 

to determine who's the greediest. Oglethorpe 

Universitx or its student body. 



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Above left: Darla Rook knows 
how to shake her money-maker. 

Above: I wanna degree: I 
wanna job; I wanna home 
theater: I wanna path to 
enlightenment and sublime 
inner peace: I wanna Lexus ... 

Left: Some greedy students 
have been blown to smuggle 
silverware out of the dining 
hall in their pockets, but Paul 
Lyons scoff's at Jimmy Elliott's 
attempt to fit an entire stool 
wuier his coat. 



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Above right: Big John keeps his 

right hand in liis pants and a beer 

in the left. This is a big change 

from the usual heer-in-the-right- 

hand-Ieft-hand-in-the-panls. 

Sources say the change was due to 

ginseng tea. Big John says. "I just 

have more energy now! I feel 

great!" 

Right: Hangovers like this only 
happen to the best of us. Here's 

our advice to Robert Pace and Hot 
Rod (Rob Wesley): take t^vo 

Tylenol and call us in the morning. 



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Below: Wistful Whitney Cook: I'd go vrooni.. 
vroom if I were on a motorcycle... vroom, 
vroom. 




\bove: Jeff Pyron and Tea "Monk Boy" 
Smith... Okay, we admit it. We were way too 
ilothful to find a good picture for this page. 

\bove right: "Whoa, so what if the TV peoph 
vere watching me too?" Hal Robinson 
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Below: Tragedy (Allison Cool). Comedy 
(Kim Williams). Gluttony (Erin O'Brien). 




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Left: In addition to eating fattening foods (see lop photo). Kim 

Williams also consumes fattening liquids found in beer-cun-esque 

containers. How does she stay so thin? 

Above: A wealth of opportunities for urbane entertainment — beer — 

located in a world-class city — Boone's — Oglethorpe University 

prepares leaders of the 21st century — Beam — for a life or a liver. 




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Above Left: Gluttony? Joe Vance 
stands at the grill awaiting his 
daily punishment without 
blindfold or last cigarette. 

Above: During the Milk 
Challenge on 3rd floor Trustee. 
Matt Vandebunte refuses to cr\- 
over spilled bovine by-products. 

Left: Molly luncheon numchin' 

sumthin ', 
Peristalsis hauls its bolus. 
In her room, no meal plan food. 
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just leave your hazards on ... rat 
violates visiting hours on Alumni 
3rd floor.... scattered, smothered, 
covered, chunked, diced, topped ... I 
don't know what they bake in Jacobs 
13, but it smells kinda funny ... 
Moxley wanna cracker? ... Traer 
tennis Trekkie ... OU hour at Teeter 
... Amalgam rolls on ... Post Ho Chi 
Minh ... a place to sleep, study, 
unjam desk drawers, repair door 
handles, mend sinks, fix plumbing 
... 100% at home, 50% away ... 
Gomer trainer on the double! ... 
YITBOS ... if you leave it in the 
shower that's tacit consent ... 
Espresso unExperienced ... 986- 
8772 ... how far is Atlanta from 
Oglethorpe? ... kill a president ... 
intramurals missing MESH ('93-'96) 
... flier serves as deforestation ... OU 
Five-0, "Book 'em, Julien ... 
in Trustee 22, 22 years ago ... cum 
baby cum baby baby cum cum ... 
bulby Barbie beaming beside bass- 
baritone balding ... Scripps Howard 
cable-splitter ... Service Merchan- 
dise guitar ... a special kind of 
" sisterhood ... 26 minutes for 750 ... 
can I ask you a question? ... Linda 
Taylor: alma mater mama ... gallon 
in an hour ... cereal inequality: one 
pull-full > one bowl-full ... Durang- 
ed or just poorly written? ... 3rd 
floor Schmidt yellow mood light- 
ing... Bomb Shelter presents Video- 
of-the-Week, "Who Gives a Damn?" 



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many licks does it take to get to the cheny 

center of the Oglethorpe experience? 

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If viewed in time-lapse photography 
the physical transformation of campus 
over the last seven years would be 
astonishing. The $5.5 million Conant 
Performing Arts Center will likely cap 
a building boom unrivaled since the 
'60s. (From '66-72 Emerson, Traer, 
Goslin, the president's house on 
Windsor and the upper quad dorms 
were built. Also, Lowry, Hearst and 
Goodman were renovated.) 

Beginning with the second 
renovation of Lowry Hall — into 
Weltner Library — begun in '9 1 , John 
Knott has seen more construction bids 
and blueprints than students have seen 
opinion surveys. Greek housing ('93), 
the Schmidt Center ('94), the once 
new residence hall ('96) and the 
physical plant ('96) have gone up 
almost as quickly as flora, fauna and 
other impediments could be cleared 
away. The university's appetite for 
construction remains insatiate as 
strategic initiatives for the 2 1 st century 
continue to supplant sylvan initiatives 
of past millennia. 



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dean for a semester and a half, Nancy Ker, 

sprung into action as new provost March 10 





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Above: Fraugiamore Architects of Atlanta injected the DNA of a StJ-arford-si^ie 
circular tent into a gothic fau.x-granite enibno. Shown here in early gestation, the 
resulting genetic mishap was dedicated Conant Perfonning Ans Center May 2. 

Far left: Good coffee, good pastries, good senice — no custotners. Tlje coffee 
cart in Goodman struggled with meal plan exclusion and student neglect before 
Daniel Pasquale called it a year April 14. Erie Goldberg and Dave Rathbone 
patronize Pasquale. 

Middle left: Caught in a moment of disrepair, the poorly maintained banner near 
the Traer stairs offers a study in windblown aesthetics. The halflumg sign is one of 
17 heavyweight vinyl additions to campus. 

Left: Thornwell Jacobs' granddaughter presented this Swiss-caned crest to the 
universit}- on O Day. Now hanging in the libraiy the crest recreates the 
Oglethorpe family coat of arms, save the motto. When an architectonic poet with a 
messianic complex says. "By God's hand it is resurrected. " whose haiid do you 
think he's talking about'? 

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Above: Kelly Holland wears the booty of an internship with Centennial Events 
Inc. at the Trick or Treat in Truer Kelly spent all summer building 880 pairs of 

butteifly wings for the Olympic opening ceremonw 

Far right: Dyeing for identity in the unnamed residence hall. Amy Allen with 
exhibit egg: it comes from a chicken not a bunnx, dummv. 

Middle right: Matt Mozzotta's old school, street .skate stylin' in the upper quad. 

Right: Tshai Gebru. Penny Bryant. Joann Anderson and Shoncy Pegran take a 
break from cleaning duties to enjoy Stomp the Lawn. 




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The slimmest freshman enrollment — 

57 — since 1990 contributed to a 
significant decrease in campus resi- 
dence. Without the usual supply of 
freshmen, transients, transfers and 
assorted huddled masses with no 
other housing option, upper quad 3rd 
floor occupancy dwindled. The 
formerly new residence hall, originally 
intended to house upperclassmen. was 
filled with sophomores. Students 
signed up for doubles ended up 
getting singles. Greeks had trouble 
filling houses. 

Diminished residents did enjoy 
novel amenities: personal phone lines. 
OUnet hookups, easier parking and 
new furniture. Community life also 
bought containers for Evie Goldberg's 
tobacco leftovers while quizzically 
confiscating the residuum of Matt 
Carlisle and Drew Murrell's herb of 
choice. 




Left: Jennifer Nanek raises a racket outside 
Traer Since orientation in fall '94 Jennifer 
has played solo on the sidewalk two or three 
times a week, but no one's keeping score. 




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Purchased for $9.22 at the Interna- 
tional Farmers Market in Chamblee, 
the boar's head is a cheap date with a 
guaranteed goodnight kiss. But the 
namesake of OU's oldest tradition 
deserves more than a one-night stand. 
This year the Yamacraw went beyond 
the smooching, schmoozing and song 
of the December 6 ceremony and 
concert in search of the heart of a 
bodiless boar. 

Though he claimed to enjoy 
his weekend on campus, Head was 
quick to criticize the holiday celebra- 
tion. 

"Reluctant lips, rosemary and 
the return of Roy Wayne Mays — the 
routine doesn't change," Head said. "I 
am a symbol; I accept that. Some 
degree of objectification is inevitable. 
But I don't appreciate being treated 
like a grisly showpiece, some macabre 
ornament of rough-hewn medieval 
appetites, like a piece of meat." 

Head would not comment on 
specifics of the Boar's Head legend 
except saying, "That Copcot story is 
mostly bullshit." 



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Below: 15.63 lbs of pork head thawing in the 
cafeteria kitchen. Aramark's Margie Sanders 
says the nose and ears are edible. (She'd use I 
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Above: Table tennis Copcut Chris Lamor bests the boars head 
proving once again. "Topspiu conquers even the treacherous 
beast. " 

Far left: OAK initiate Sarah Phillips goes down to give Head a 
kiss. 

Middle left: Megan Podolsky and .Molly Lewis agree with the 
Boar's Head Carol. "He's the finest dish in all the land. " 

Left: Another pigheaded professor clears his throat and spits out 
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Above: Bruce Wilkes, Brent Latham and Roderick Underwood ignite Petrels of 
Fire. Though undercut on turn one, Brent won his second consecutive race: the 

clock extended its unbeaten streak to eight. 

Far right: Edwin L. Jackson. John In.scoe. Donald Stanton and Paul Hudson raise 

a wassail toast in the cafeteria. 

Middle right: Joel McGinnis (pipes) and Andrew Jackson (skins) lead the 
procession to Emerson. Jackson hails from Godahning, JEO's hometown. 

Right: Roderick's shenanigans over wassail and petits fours fail to amuse Keabii 

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spring '87, but only the first was 
adopted as Oglethorpe's alma mater. 
In celebration of the 1 0-year anni \ er- 
sary of Taylor's text Donald Moore 
wanted to hear both verses sung on O 
Day. Johannes Brahms made no effort 
to change his tune, but the poet 
professor wanted to revise her second 
verse for its first public performance. 
She enlisted the help of her Women 
Poets class, and together they rewrote 
the long-obscured lyrics. The 
plainclothes Singers led the new folk 
verse for the convocation. 

Bob Unger postponed the 
running of Petrels of Fire for the first 
time in the race's eight-year histor}'. 
After surveying the wet concrete 
course Unger decided, unlike the 
Petrel feet near the ocean, to wait a 
week for drier conditions. 

Left: Playing James Oglethoijie with a 212- 
year-old sugar fix. professional actor John 
Carson searches Lupton Auditorium for 
birthday cake. Sony Jamie, you're a year 
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Above: Rob Meegan is left holding his... drink, as Jennifer Bozeman strands him on 
the dance floor with a well-executed dance-away. 

Far left: Sam Rasnake makes afiiss over Marinith Leftwich's gown. 

Middle left: Lord Oglethorpe Russell Lind and Susan Waage. 

Left: Flanked by Kelly Holland. Jason Stackhouse prepares to announce Lord and 
Lady Oglethorpe. The chosen couple. Russell Lind and Becky Ellis, measured a 
combined 12 feet 2 inches. 

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Above: Representing the Indian-Pakistani Student Association, Shanti Jetwani, 
Meena Jetwani and Jessica Pollin perform an Indian folk dance from the film 

"Yuranna. " 

Above right: In elegant kimono Reiko Maki interprets Miyagi's "Spring Ocean" on 
violin with piano accompaniment from Catherine Borck. 

Far right, bottom: Traditional and contemporaiy st^'les from around the globe 
shared the stage at the close of the international fashion show — like "It's a Small 

World" sans song and gondola. 

Middle right: Sporting a kurtha. standard casual Indicm menswear emcee Ashish 
Thakiir introduces acts and provides explanations of cultural context. 

Right: Efosa I 'v:a and Paul Hudson model Nigerian dashikis. Later Foe and Paul 

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Around the world in 90 minutes. 
Through extensive planning and 
grueling rehearsals the dedicated 
members of the International Club 
produced an entertaining and cultur- 
ally enriching evening. Emcees Hester 
van der Burgh and Ashish Thakur 
welcomed a full house to Lupton 
Auditorium. 

As in past years the interna- 
tional fashion show was a highlight, 
featuring clothing from Nigeria. India. 
China. Pakistan. Japan. England and 
the United States. Musical selections 
included Chin Chi Wu's graceful 
playing of the gu tzen and the more 
familiar shakin'. strummin' and singin' 
of 2 a.m. The seamless transition 
between Greek and Indian folk dances 
accentuated the club's attempt to 
heighten appreciation of diversity. 

After the performance the 
audience was directed to the museum. 
where Chris Lamor and Olga 
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Below: Jason Smith provides guitar ana 

Patrick Ritter does his best Billy Corgan 

as Focus covers "Mouths of Babes." 



Carla Hyman and Mandy McDow 
programmed the successful return of 
Battle of the Bands. (Booking difficul- 
ties with no-longer-up-nor-coming 
Drivin' N' Cryin' for Stomp the Lawn 
V forced a one-year hiatus of the 
student music showcase.) Unlike past 
incarnations of the Battle only the 
victor reaped the spoils of lawn 
stomping revelry. Though short on 
drugs, dancing and rebellion the event 
covered rock 'n' roll's remaining 
essential tenets: sex and violins. 

Daniel Pasquale of Expresso 
Experience provided an inexhaustible 
spread of homemade dips, chips, bagel 
sandwiches, punch, humus and pita 
bread free to audience and perform- 
ers. Reminiscent of New Orleans 
1815, Old Hickory claimed victory. 

Open mic nights in the Bomb 
Shelter and Night of the Arts offered 
less combative settings for melodic 
expression. Student selections in the 
spring Lunch and Listen series ranged 
from Chopin (Catherine Borck) to the 
Indigo Girls (Sam Rasnake, Christine 
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/liioi'e; Shagmonsters Andy Milford. Mike Bany. Clvis Geronimos and Chris 
Daiitreuil command the stage at Stomp the Lawn. Old Hickoiy is not pictured, but 
he seems to he on eveiy other Godahned page of this book. The Shags set included 
Hank Williams. Little Walter, CCR. their signature "Peter Gunn" and a jazzy 
original "7th and 9th Schizophrenia. " 

Far left: 2 a.m. harmonizes at International Night. In addition to covering the 
Stones and James, Mike Barn; Jeremiah Jejfra, Mandy McDow and Dax Collins 
played originals like "Alone and Rising. " 

Middle left: Allison Smith shreds her way tlirough "Csardas. " a gipsy-flavored 
Hungarian folk dance by Monti. Though she cited Whitesnake and KISS as 
influences in her bio, her true inspirations run closer to Midori and Perbnan. 

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Above: Jason's mirthful throng enjoys concierto con Karnes as Edwin McCain 

delights the misoleinionic masses. 

Far right: Alberto Lugo-Vina feeds ice chunks to the snow-cone machine. Lisa 
Morgan serves smaller syrupy chunks to Peter Clement. 

Middle right: Luke Brown and Da.x Collins test their G force thresholds in the 

tummy-turning spinwheel. 

Right: Carla Hyman and Mariruth Leftwich pose for the Stomp the Lawn visitor's 
brochure. "Experience the e.xhileration of our 20-foot slide and other nonpareil 

inflatable attractions. " 

Oppc ' ■;^:c: A.xl emerges from Bill Bailey's Indiana chrysalis. Trinket's 

serpentine singer sheds his skin. 




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The Connells' cancellalion less than a 
week before their scheduled perfor- 
mance made Dave Pass sick to his 
stomach, but the resourceful program- 
ming board chair was able to get 
Hootie harbinger Edw in McCain to 
headline the vernal concert on the 
academic quad. Sonic conquerors Old 
Hickory and the Shagmonsters 
opened the show and laid claim to the 
legacy of Abner Black as OU's pre- 
miere musical act. Perhaps the whitest 
credible blues deri\ ative since Johnny 
Winter, the Shagmonsters' abbreviated 
set found a warm response on a 
breezy afternoon. While community 
life operatives circled the premises in 
search of social lubrication in contra- 
band containers. Patrick O'Rourke 
and Jason Karnes sang along with 
McCain, and Gloria Johnson ogled 
Trinket's front man. 

The event ended on a sobering note 
with the announcement of Tim 
Crowley's passing. A scarred conimiu- 
nity placed flowers under a scarred 
tree in his memor}'. 



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After watching tuition, housing, lab 
fees and activities fees rise for four 
years, seniors were saddled with the 
exorbitant cost of graduation. Cap, 
tassel, gown and hood cost $39.95 in 
the bookstore. Rebecca Hester's 
graduation announcements and invita- 
tions cost her $36.95. The business 
office billed all graduating seniors $75 
to cover diploma printing and com- 
mencement ceremony expenses. 
Additionally, senior class president 
Randy Roberson asked seniors to 
contribute $50 (in two easy $25 
installments) for the class gift to the 
core endowment fund. 

Yoel Levi's commencement 
address included nearly as many 
voices as his Atlanta Symphony 
Orchestra. The Maestro's tour de 
force of allusion included bits from 
Twain, Rabelais, Walter Lippman, 
John Adams, Shakespeare, Israeli 
folklore, campus graffiti and 
Protagoras' theory of the soul. Levi 
also managed to insert a maxim of his 
own: "Life is not an algorithm." 





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Above: The Class of '97 eyes the future. 



Far left: After Stephen Cooper's stirring a cappella rendition of "America the 
Beautiful." news of Bobby Scott's alfivsco commencement began circulating. By 
the fourth pass the banner received less attention than Dn Kerr's request to hold 
applause until all names had been called. But the plane kept going and going 
and going ... 

Middle left: As they wait to receive their diplomas Ryan Strong and Vmce 
Zinnennan stand in awe of S. Truett Cathy doctor of humane letters and 
boneless chicken. "Strong, maybe someday you could be sovereign of a 
worldwide chicken empire." "Someday. Mnce. somedo}:" 

Left: Introduced by President Stanton as "a veiy unusual fellow. " Randy 
Roberson found his niche "only at Oglethorpe." 

Opposite above: Barbara Noblin counsels Courtney King. "Tlie key to a wind- 
resistant mortarboard is location, location, location. " 



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Performances at Oglethorpe 
started off with a bang as the 
Playmakers presented "Assassins," a 
musical by Steven Sonheim. The rest of 
the year included the children's theatre 
production of "The Elf and the Cobbler" 
and Wendy Wasserstein's "Uncommon 
Women & Others." The times are 
changing, as is reflected by the emer- 
gence of independent theatre groups 
such as Scarlett & Blues and LBCM 
Productions. As Willy once said, "The 
world is a stage...." Here at Oglethorpe, 
not only are the sets being remodeled, 
but the players have received new blood 
with the addition of some talented 
freshmen into the Playmakers. Let the 

show begin! 




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a musical about assassins of American 
presidents. 




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Above: The Playmakers have some fun 
blowing bubbles before "The Elf and the 

Cobbler. " 

Right: Playing a farmer. James Rissler sadly 
reminisces about when the President was 

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coxlx as Christine Beniier lakes time out 
from her feeding to inspect the commotion. 

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Above: Mike D'Amico. Kim Worley, Ainh 

Milford, Brian Giipton and Jaime 

Jediychowski in the final scene of 

"Assassins. " 

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in "Assassins. " 

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Above: The cast and crew of the Scarlet and 
Bhies production, "Traveling." Although he's 
in the back, Jeremy Jeffra is responsible for 
this great group. Back row: Jeremy Jeffra, 
Mike DAmico, Rob Meegan. Middle row: 
Erika Andersson, Adrienne Lerner Brandon 
Buchanan, Sarah Phillips, Dean Tucker, 
Kate Coakley, Jason Blackmon, Lisa 
Morgan. Lori Jeansonne, Jennifer Benoit, 
Danielle Stellin, Samantha Rasnake. Mandy 
McDow. Front row: Heidi Blackwell, Amity 
Sewell and Katie Jefferies. 

Right: Charles Barousse and Luke Brown 
peek out of their redneck living quarters in 
the LBCM production "The Camping Trip 
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Got a story? an idea? a play? Go 
ahead — produce it. Perform it. It's pos- 
sible. The emergence of two new theatre 
groups, Scarlet & Blues and LBCM Pro- 
ductions proves this point. We will see 
more from Scarlet & Blues next year, but 
LBCM Productions sadly folds with the 
graduation of Matthew Thompson. Jer- 
emy Jeffra, originator of Scarlet & Blues 
says that he hopes that more students be- 
gin to bring their creations to life. After all, 
what better place to play Frankenstein than 
Oglethorpe University? 




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ii good one.' Rob Meegaiu Sarah Phillips 
,ind Jason Blachnon sniile in between acts of 
Traveling. " 

Left: In their vignene "On the Virgin." 
Danielle Srellin. Samantha Rasnake. Mandy 
McDow and Lori Jeansonne struggle with 
deflowering and masturbation as they 
discuss how to give head and accessorize. 

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Right: Eveiyone has a different way to 

relieve stress before a concert. Katie 

Jeffries and Mike D'Amico play hangman. 



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Life has held a sweet melody 
for the University Singers this year. 
From the annual Boar's Head concert 
to the AACU performance at the 
Marriott to the Basically Brahms spring 
concert heard all over Georgia public 
radio, the Singers have perfonned 
superbly. Many churches in the area 
have hosted the sleepy singers for 
Sunday services and some lucky high 
school students got to miss class to hear 
the strains of "Zigeunerlieder." Any 
interested parties? 



Above: The 1996-1997 Universin- Singers. 
Left: Karen Anderson and Andy MUftnxl 
display tlje culinary feast supplied by Dr 
Stanton. Hey. this gig does have perks! 



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Field Guide to Petrel Watching 
on a MARTA Train 
You find yourself riding MARTA 
northbound in the same car as a 
nameless face from the cafeteria. 
Embarrassed that you lack any real 
acquaintance with the anonymous 
Oglethorpian, you withhold eye 
contact and stare instead at the green 
advertisement for greyhound racing. 
But as you both prepare to detrain at 
Brookhaven/OU, you and the famil- 
iar stranger wait together before still- 
closed sliding doors. Shoulder to 
shoulder you maintain your policy of 
disacknowledgment feeling progres- 
sively more awkward and absurd. 
Contrary to the self-deluding fodder 
of communitarian propagandists, 
Oglethorpe is not so small that 
^ everyone knows everyone. Even a 
claim of simple familiarity would 
exaggerate the closeness of 
Oglethorpe's 776-member full-time 
student body. (A contention of 
familiarity among the 435 campus 
residents would be less ambitious, 
but far from a safe bet.) Somewhere 
between atomized anonymity and the 
impossible intimacy of admissions 
brochures lies a true assessment of 
OU community, where faces cease to 
be surprising, but most names remain 

obscure. 
The following pages contain famil- 
iar faces and less familiar names. 




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President 



John B. Knott 
Executive Vice President 



Paul L. Dillingham 
Assistant to the President 



Nancy H. Kerr 
Provost 



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John A. Thames 
Dean of University College 



Donald R. Moore 

Vice President for Student 

Affairs/Dean of 

Community Life 



Robert Buccino 

Vice President for 

Advancement 




Paul Hudson 
Registrar 




Lcfl: Oiilelhorpe's tender loving ACs: Kelley Sloner, Sara Hinkle and 

kickic (HI pin. 

liclow: The Upper Quad KAs: Top row: Troy Campbell. Russell Lind. 
Patrick Ritter. Bottom Row: Rut Mulhcarn. Rebecca Hester. Terri 
lulwurds. 

Below left: The New Residence Hall RAs: Eddie Yates. Jerry 

I'ortwood. Miki Willicnnson. 




Marshall Nason 
Assistant Dean of 
Communitv Life 



And> Altizer 
Director of Housing 



\bove: The Traer RAs: Kelly Holland. Hope LeBeau, Jessica 
Aulfelder, Neetu Tawney and Toinika Powell. 



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G. Malcolm Amerson 
Professor of Biology 



Keith H. Aufderheide 
Professor of Chemistry 



Keith E. Baker 
Director of Accounting 

Suidies 



Charles L. Baube 

Assistant Professor of 

Biology 




Robert A. Blumenthal 
Professor of Mathematics 



James A. Bohart 

Associate Professor of 

Music 



William L. Brightman 
Professor of English 



Ronald L. Carlisle 

Professor of Computer 

Science and Mathematics 




Barbara R. Clark 
Professor of English 



John A. Cramer 
Professor of Physics 



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People 



Roberta K. Deppe 

Assistant Professor of 

Psychology 



Ann Lee Hall 

Assitant Professor of 

Education 




Timothy H. Hand 

Associate Professor of 

Psychology 



Bruce W. Hetherington 
Professor of Economics 



Raymond J. Kaiser 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 




C. Lee Knippenberg 
Director of the Theatre 



Program 



Joseph M. Knippenberg 

Associate Professor of 

PoUtics 



Robin M. LeBlanc 

Assistant Professor of 

PoHtics 





Jay Lutz 

Associate Professor of 

French 



Alexander M. Martin 

Assistant Professor of 

History 



Michael F. McClure 

Assitant Professor of 

Enalish 



Dlobin 

Scalane 

Assistant 
Professor of 
Politics 

Q: How do you charac- 
terize the Zeitgeist at 
Oglethorpe? 

A: When I was first 
here, 1 noticed that my 
students had different 
hair color ever}' week. 
Those are the things 
that make me feel 
teaching is a privelege, 
because you're around 
people who are experi- 
menting with their life 
and those are the best 
people with whom to 
have a conversation. 



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Professor of 
Biology 



"I have met many 
wonderful and often 
unforgettable people .... 
I have been touched by 
all their lives and have 
learned a lot from them. 

"I arrived at 
Oglethorpe on Septem- 
ber 1, 1968 and since 
that time I have en- 
joyed a love-hate rela- 
tionship with this insti- 
tution. I love it because 
it is so wonderful, and I 
hate it when I realize 
that it is not perfect." 




Douglas McFaiiand 
Assistant Profes- 

sor of English 



Mary M. Middleton 
Associate Professor of 



Accounting 



Gary T. Nelson 

Associate Professor of 

Education 




Philip Neujahr 
Professor of Philosophy 



Lloyd Nick 



Director of Art Programs 



Caroline R. Noyes 

Assistant Professor of 

Psychology 




John D. Orme 
Professor of Politics 



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Viviana P. Plotnik 

Assistant Professor of 

Spanish 



W. Irwin Ray 

Director of Musical 

Activities 



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Professor of Physics 



Daniel L. Schadler 
Professor of Biology 



William C. Shultz. Ill 

Assistant Professor of 

Business Administration 



William O. Shropshire 

Callaway Professor of 

Economics 




W. Bradford Smith 

Assistant Professor of 

History 



Robert Steen 

Assistant Professor of 

Japanese 



Brad L. Stone 
Professor of Sociology 



William F. Straley 

Associate Professor of 

Business Administration 





Linda J. Taylor 
Professor of English 



David N. Thomas 
Professor of History 



Philip D. Tiu 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 



J. Dean Tucker 

Associate Professor of Bus. 

Admin. and Economics 



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James M. Turner 

Assistant Professor of 

Accountina 



Vienna K.Volante 

Associate Professor of 

Education 



Victoria L. Weiss 
Professor of English 




Monte W. Wolf 
Professor of Chemsitry 



Alan N. Woolfolk 

Associate Professor of 

Sociology 



Philip P. Zinsmeister 
Professor of Biology 



Jason M. Wirth 

Assistant Professor of 

Philosophy 



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Julie Agster 



Liesl Allen 



Eric Andersen 



Jeff Bates 




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Todd Bembry 



Dustin Bost 



Jennifer Bowers 



John Breton 




Edward Brumby 



Cheryl Calupas 



Troy Campbell 



Keith Carroll 



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Jennifer Clayton 



William Combs 



Kathryn Cook 



Stephen Cooper 



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Joseph Cox 



Donald Crawford 



Tessa Daly 



Gregory Daspit 




Catharine Doles 



Whitney Farrow 



Audrey Fillop 



Katie Fletcher 



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Derek Hambrick 



Kristin Herbert 




Rebecca Hester 



Thomas Hopkins 



Christina Humphries 



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James Jaehni.g 



Gloria Johnson 



Senior 

Cartersville, 

Georgia 

Q: How would you 
characterize 
Oglethorpe's Zeitgeist? 

A: The first thing that 
comes to mind is apa- 
thy. But I think that's 
because the student 
body is divided. Stu- 
dents don't focus their 
energies on accom- 
plishing anything 
readily apparent. Since 
everyone is so focused 
on their own small 
faction, there is no 
spirit of unit} . 
Oglethorpe lacks 
school pride, even 
though the school has 
lots of positive aspects. 
The spirit of the times 
is a lack of spirit. 



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Jason Karnes 



Tiffany Kelsey 



Farah Khatoon 



Chris Lamor 




Jon Lampkin 



Le Le 



Hope LeBeau 



David Leach 




Theresa Linebarger 



Brian McNulty 



Stephenie Miller 



Kathrina Mooney 



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'People 



©emor^ 





Andy Noble 



Jennifer Ovdenk 



Rok Petric 



Katherine Petrizzo 




Jeff Pyron 



Matt Reeves 



Randy Roberson 



Stacv Rosenblat 




Diana Rotiie 



Ahna Sagrera 



Angela Satterfield 



Jennifer Schillinger 



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Zachary Schwab 



Jennifer Scowcroft 



Deempal Sheth 



Laura Sinclair 





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Brandon Smith 



Tharius Sumter 



Matthew Thompson 



Maria Topczij 




Kathleen Trucksis 



Yuriko Tsukada 



Julie Vazquez 



Mark Watson 



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Allison Wilbur 



Bruce Wilkes 



Eddie Yates 




Angela Zaballa 




Senior 

Lafayette, 

Louisiana 



Q: How would you 
characterize 
Oglethorpe's Zeitgeist? 

A: It's kind of frag- 
mented. There's no 
prevailing intellectual 
or cultural trend. 
There's a division in 
ethos between the 
humanities and busi- 
ness departments. Ho^^ - 
ever, there is an overall 
love of knowledge and 

?:'desire for personal 
betterment that charac- 

.|terizes the campus. 



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Amy Allen 



Cheryl Allen 



Karen Anderson 



Erika Andersson 



Ivan Annikov 




Charles Barousse 



Angela Bartlett 



Shannon Beehan 



Jennifer Benoit 




Julien Berche 



Christine Bernier 



Heidi Blackwell 



Erik Boemanns 



Andy Bond 



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Catherine Borck Laura Borderieux Scott Bourgeois 



John Boyle Jennifer Bozeman 




Jason Breitfeller Hilary Brennan Daniel Brown 



Luke Brown 



Rvan Brown 




Kristen Buoy Christina Burnham Laura Butts 



Jennifer Cameli Brandi Camron 



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^re^^men ©opf)Dmore^ 3unte 





Pete Cannizzaro 



Matthew Carlisle 



David CanoU 



^ffiiiiill 

Brett Cave 



Marlene Chadwick 




Jennifer Chaves 



I. Ping Chung 



Peter Clement 



Denisa Clifford 



Katie Coakley 




Lori Collins 



Nancy Collins 



Katy Combs 



Allison Cool 



Lanier Coulter 



64 ■■'; '^People 



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Heather Crawford 



Patricia Curtis 



Elizabeth DeBroux 



Patrick Di Cicco 




Natalie Dietz 



Casey Dryden 



Elizabeth Duncan 



Jake Eckmann 




Julie Ehlers 



Justin Eleff 



Karen Elumbaugh 



Randy E\ erette 




Junior 

Birmingham, 

Alabama 

Q: How would 
you characterize 
Oglethorpe's 
Zeitgeist? 

A: I think the sign 
of the times at 
Oglethorpe now is 
the freshman 
class. They have a 
lot of energy, and 
they are making 
Oglethorpe seem 
more like a real 
campus. I think 
Kevin Woolf has a 
lot to do with this. 
He's got some 
great ideas, and 
there are more 
things to do here 
on campus no^^'. 



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Patrick Floyd 



Kimberly Fowler 



Katherine Fox Baerbel Freudenthaler Jana Furstein 




Nicole Garbarini 



Allison Gatliff 



Adam Gellert 



Stephanie Giles 



Joshua Gramling 




Amanda Gn ~ne 



Jeremy Greenup 



Hannah Grisar Brian Gupton 



Natalie Hagmann 



66 People 




Carol Hall Lori Hallford Kelly Hampton Sean Hannay Clint Harris 




Daniel Heacox Karen Head-Evans Jennifer Hedgepeth Marie Heflin 



Emily Herbert 




Kelly Holland Valerie Holshouser Melanie Honeycutt Misty Hood Jeremy Horsetield 



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gre^men ©op^omore^ 3wntor^ 




E-Chia Huang 



Terri Hughes 



Kevin Huitt 



Shannon Hutcheson 



Matthew Hutz 




Joseph Hyder 



Carla Hyman 



Karen James 



Jaime Jedrychowski Jenny Jedrychowski 




Katie Jefferies 



Jeremiah Jeffra 



WiUiam Johnson 



Jena JoHssaint 



Renee JoHssaint 



68 People 



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Donna LaRosa 



Amy Katz 



Creche Kern 



Kimberly Kuni 




Leigh Lawless 



Kristine Lawrie 



Ben Leggett 





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Seboux 

Sophomore 
Opelousas, 
Louisiana 

Q: How would 
you characterize 
Oglethorpe's 



Zeitgeist; 



A: We ha\'e 
books, books, 
books at 
^ Oglethorpe and 
|not enough time 
"'- to digest. What 
we really need is 
to interact more 
with what we're 
learning, just 
more dialogue, 
more experience. 



Kara Leibig 



Deborah Leighty 



Russell Lind 



Joev Low 



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Robyn Lucas 



Andy Milford 




Sharon Mc '^ir 



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Peter Lundin 



Mandy McDow 



Amy McGhee 



Heather McNeill 





Coy Miller 



LaShonda Miller 




Erica Millette 



Alisa Mobley 




Lisa Morgan 



Brian Moriarty 



Rachael 
Moss-Solomon 



Mika Mueller 



^re^^men ©op^omore^ Z^nm 




Jessica Muhlfelder Jennifer Nanek 



Wil Nash 



Jorge Navarro 



Yvette Nemeth 







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Kate Nolan 



Patrick O'Rourke Jamie Ogletliorpe Alexandre Oliveira 



Yuka Ota 




Chris Paragone 



Elizabeth Parra Janan Partida 



David Pass 



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^re^l^men ©op^omore^ 3unfe 




Alexia Petrakos 



Gregory Phillips 



Sarah Phillips 



Vincent Pisani 



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Adam Polakov 



Mike Pompilio 



Kate Pope 



Jerry Portwood 



Samantha Rasnake 




Rob Ra ^on 



Lisa Ray 



Jason Reese 



Amanda Regnier 



Sasha Rionda 



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gre^^men @opf)omore^ S^nfe 




James Rissler 



Hal Robinson 



Patrick Ritter 



Matt Rivenbark Chelsie Roberts Amy Robertson l- 




Darla Rook 



Zandra Ruiz 



Kiley Ryba 



Eric Salus 




Erin Sanderson 



Erum S attar 



Zane Scarborough 



Ann Scliewe Pauline Schilpzand 



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gre^^mm ©op^omore^ 3untDtg 







Christopher Schukar Melanie Scott 



Nicole Scott 



Jennifer Sells 



Rosa SeruUe 




Keabii Shaw 



Arathi Shenoy 



Lara Sidenstricker 



Allison Smith 



Chris Smith 





Kathleen Sobush 



Nathan Sparks 



Nicole Spencer 



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Blake Stabler 



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Jason Stackhouse 



Jennifer Taylor 



Danielle Stellin 



Tina Stults 



Neetu Tawney 




Ana Tchaplinskaya Chanda Thomas 



Jeff Thomas 






Freshman 

Piano, 

Texas 

Q: How would 
you characterize 
Oglethorpe's 
Zeitgeist? 

A: You could say 
big mouth with 
little teeth. It 
says a lot of 
stuff, but doesn't 
always follo^^" 
throush. 



Aimee Thrasher 



John Tole 



Roderick Underwood Nicole Urhanek 



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Tanja Van Der 
Krabben 



Valerie Van Willigen 



Erik Viberg 



Michael Vickers 



Johnny Waggener 




Gloria Wagner 



Matthew Wallace 



Megan Walters 



Bennett Weaver 



Rob Wesley 




Matthew 



Branch Wieberg 



Lauren Wilkerson 



Vicy Wilkinson 



Christie Willard 



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Allison Williams Laura Williams Lainie Wilson Misty Wilson Daniel Wood 





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Off dusty felt, dripping down from 
the rafters on high, the whispers of 
organizations past are drowned out by 
the drone of diners. Moist Hfe and 
powdery death mingle among the 
banners above. The diners below 
choose their seats according to their 
membership in organizations, yet the 
signs above them do not keep time 
with their movements. A few loyal 
banners represent the diners below 
them, but many are relics of organiza- 
tions which no one remembers. 
College Democrats. Residence Hall 
Association. Other banners scream 
the existence of groups which do not 
even speak in the campus community. 
Psi Chi. Sigma Zeta. Meanwhile, the 
members of the most active organiza- 
tions are largely without felt placards 
of their own. Stormy Petrel. Sigma 
Sigma Sigma. Some of these active 
groups foolishly tear down each 
other's banners, tearing away much of 
the present and restoring the rafters to 
their absurdity. Kappa Alpha. Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. Occasionally, life 
pours down from the ceiling briefly 
as new felt is slid over old metal and 
students strive to make a physical 
impression of the immediate in the 
dusty clay of high wooden beams. 
Chi Omega. OUTlet. 



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Above: Members of 0HE are Jeff Thomas, 

Rob Wesley, Shikha Dharamntp, Kristin 

Herbert. Emily Herbert, Kimberly Fowler. 

Cannen Pentilla (back), Jana Fiirstein, Beth 

Barnes, Kristen Kirkland, Kim Meyer and 

John Boyle (front). 

Above right: Becky Ellis participates in 
OAK initiation. 

Right: OAK initiates Dave Pass, Andy Noble, 

Hope LeBeau, Shannon Hutcheson, 

Christina Burnham, John Knott, Nancy Kerr, 

Angela Satteifield, James Rissler and Sarah 

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Above: New initiates of Order of 
Omega are (left to right): Marshall 
Nason. David Pass. Jason Reese. 
Bob Buccino. Shannon Hutcheson. 
Donny Crawford. Sarah Phillips. 
Thariiis Sumter. Julie Agster Kim 
Kuni and Lanier Coulter 

Left: Shannon Hutcheson poses 
with her family after being 
initiated into OAK. 



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Above: Ambassadors Chaiula Thomas. 

Tina Stiilrs, Jignash Shaw. Megan 

Podolsky and Julie Shiiman relax after 

a tough day of inaccurately shaping 

prospective students' impressions of 

Oglethorpe Universit}: 

Right: Evelyn Boria entlmsiastically 

calls a prospective student during the 

spring phone campaign... or is she on 

the phone with Ted'.' 




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Above left: Julie Sluwiau. that champion 
of ambassadorial justice, makes sure that 
prospective students enjoy all the benefits 
of touring campus. 

Above: Jeremy Jeffra. Randy Roberson. 
Kelly Holland. Dave Pass. Kyle}- Ryha 
and Allison Gatliff pause from their OSA 
duties to provide the Yamacraw with 
fodder for its Representatives page. 

Left: Ted Mulholland takes advantage of a 
prospective student's busy signal to ring 
up Evelyn in the next room. 



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Above: Co-curricular organiziition 
Chiaroscuro shows ojf its artwork to the 

public. 

Above right: Dn Cramer and Catherine 

Borck tally the scores for the Oglethorpe 

Academic Team during Geek Week while Dr. 

Rulison looks on. 

Right: Sometimes it's our fault, sometimes 

it's your fault, but if we don't have a picture, 

you get ducked over 



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Above: The Socien of Physics 
Students (UR) Mark Caprio. 
Eleanor Fulton. Dn Rulison. Greg 
Daspit. James Jaehnig. Jon 
Lampkin, Nicole Spencer. Tijfany 
Kelsey {top}. Dr. Cramer Sean 
Higgins, and Tony Drake { bottom). 

Left: Figureheads busted after 
checking out Allison Wdbur's 
"Conversation with Klimt." 




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Above: Le Cercle Francais members 

Pat Midhearn. Mariamie Liagre. 

Chris Lumor and Brandon Stone 

enjoy a sunny afternoon luncli. 

Left: Ainsley Waken pauses on her 

trip to the Tostitos to smile for the 

camera at an Outlet cookout. 



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Above left: Valerie Hohhouser reveals 
rather incriminating evidence behind Dr. 
Lutz's back at a seemingly innocent Le 
Cercle Francais gathering. 

.Above: "No. Patrick. I'm president of 
Thaiians. and it's my decision that you get 
the apple off his head. " Jerry Portwood 
proclaims to an upset Patrick Floyd as 
Josh Miller. Catherine Borck and Jeremy 
Jeffra (pictured here with apple on head) 
look on. 

Left: During Outlet's eiui-of-the-year 
part}-. Chanda Thomas shows shock and 
concern as Nikki Rozsko's face suddenly 
contorts uncontrollably. 



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Above: It's hip. it's happening, we're 

talking tlie cutting edge of music today 

— just tune in your dial to AM 530 to 

hear the fresh, new. nonexistent sound of 

WJTL. 

Above right: "You guys really put 

together a better publication than we 

do. Good work. " Stormy Petrel staff 

member Jeriy Portwood admits to the 

Yamacraw staff. 

Right: Tower contributors and OU poets 

laureate Jenee Ledoux and Catherine 

Borck assess campus culture at the 

Battle of the Bcmds. 



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Above: A little dazed, possibly from 
the fluorescent lights in the 
Yamacraw office or the euphoria of 
completing a page's layout (or the 
Busch). Katie Coakley wanders 
about, surely on the verge of 
furthering her journalistic skills. 

Left: The Stormy Petrel takes 
Manhattan. In town for a college 
media convention over spring 
break. Carlo Hyman. Ryan Brown. 
Jeriy Pomvood. Catherine Borck. 
Patrick Floyd. Nicole Garbarini 
and Dimply Ritter take a bite out of 
the Big Apple at the Star Diner, on 
54th St. and 7th Ave. 



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Above left: Celebrating Black Hision- Month, 
a model dressed in Traditional African garb 
strolls elegantly into our own Talmage Room. 

Above: A dramatic reenacrment of an Apican 
ritual. 

Left: Dancin' Dutch at Intemarional Night. 
(Note the lack of wooden shoes.) 



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Above: Yes, it just might be APO member 

Joseph Hyder playing Bingo with your 

grandma! Some grandchild you are! Go visit 

her! 

Above right: Creche Kern cheers on her Best 
Buddy as he rolls the winning hoop across 

the finish line. 

Right: Using a big silver machine of 

unknown usage, Adrienne Lerner prepares 

food for AIDS patients during APO's Meals- 

on-Wheels excursion. 



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Above: APO members Melanie 
Honeycutt. Jeremy Horsefield. Jerry 
Portwood. Mika Mueller and Katie 
Combs prepare to assassinate Zach 
Schwab. 

Left: Vicy Wilkinson and her Best 
Buddy share a smile. 







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Above: Salt & Light guitarist Raiuiy 

Everett rocks to "This Little Light of 

Mine, " as Yvette Nemeth and Jamie 

McChdig look oil ill aiiniseinent. 

Right: "Ok, Jesus and Moses are playing 

golf... " Jamie McCluiig begins his 

favorite biblical joke. 




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Above left: Sophia Almeida is SOT a \AD 
member, and neither is the duck. 

.Above: Sah & Light member Man Reeves 
lunis to Scripture as he prays for passing 
grades during finals. 

Left: Anix McGhee and James Rissler enjoy 
Bruce Wilkes' rendition of "He's Got the 
Whole World in His Hands." 



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Above: Kasliima members (L/R) Katie 

Combs. Kelly Mazuwwski, Zacli Schwab. 

Chris Thome (back). Mika Mueller, Cirrus 

Gundlach. Megan Walters and instructor 

Quinn Banks (front). 

Above right: No. those aren't light sabers 

Zach Schwab and Kelly Mazurowski are 

using, you uncultured twit. They're a 

different type of sword, namely, the type 

Chris Lambert used in "Highlander" to hack 

eveiy one's head off. 

Right: "O" Club members Linda Davis and 

Hope LeBeau play a quick game of 

piggyback before a cross-countiy meet. 



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Above: Kashima member Zach 
Schwab hurls his nemesis. Chris 
Thome, onto the mat mercilessly. 

Left: "O" Club member Tmnie 
Waterston kicks the old soccer ball 
around: Kristen Buoy rushes up arid 
cries out bitterly. "Why can't I be 
inducted?" 




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Above: "No, Valerie, I said we should 

'spread good will!'" Adrienne Lerner 

says as Jennifer Benoit, Torvores James, 

Amanda Regnier. Blake Stabler and 

Heidi Blackwell brainstorm at an APO 

retreat. 

Right: Kate Knott, Laura Williams, 

Jana Furstein. Marie Biro, Sarah 

Snyder and Marie Heflin size up the 

goods as Jay Matthews is auctioned off 

in the Traer courtyard. 



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Above left: Joel McGinnis. piping away in 
Scottish ensemble. 

Above: "Erin. I can hear the ocean!" 
exclaims Susie Polyak. 

Left: Hearts & Bones and Pebbles. Ms. Pike 
sits between Ainsely Waken and Mkki 
Rozsko. co-editors of Outlet's publication.. 



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6reey 

This year, fraternities and 
sororities laughed; they cried; they 
partook of some occasional "booty 
music," and they hooked up once in a 
while. Not only were there some 
"ups," but also some "downs" were 
experienced. Furthermore, most 
fraternities and sororities held the 
traditional events that they have held 
for years. Finally as a peak to the 
excitement we have all experienced, 
Greek Week was held and SAE was 
awarded the victor's trophy at 
Springfest. This is not much different 
then what could be said for many 
years gone by. 

However, all this repetition of 
events does have an importance in 
Greek Life. Greeks share the fleeting 
few years at Oglethorpe in close 
relationships with their own brothers 
or sisters and with other Greeks. 
While ritual and tradition may seem to 
grow repetitive, the time we spend 
with our friends now can never be 
repeated. Never again will this par- 
ticular group of people be together at 
OU. As Greeks we are committed to 
the established practices of our na- 
tional organizations, but as friends we 
should strive to appreciate each day 
we can spend together as part of the 
vibrant, living Oglethorpe community 
in the '96-'97 school year, for that can 
never be repeated and is quite differ- 
ent from all years gone by. 



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Above: Chi Omegas pack the Fox Theatre for 

White Carnation. 

Right: These Chi-Os are all smiles after a 
successful rush, and with pledges Molly- 
Lewis and Katie Coakley, the future looks 
bright and cheeifid for years to come. 

Above right: Julie Shuman hoists Jennifer 
Hedgepeth, "She's not heavy. She's my 

sister " 

Far right: Jennifer Hedgepeth says, "I can 't 
believe I wore this. You're wearing it too!" 

Opposite above: Tracy Vax and Lauren 
Wilkerson show us how an impressive tooth- 
brushing policy can yield bright shiny teeth 

for life. 




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The school year began with a busy rush. Sisters 
only had a few weeks to befriend the girls they would 
soon call sisters. Fortunately rush ends and true sister- 
hood can begin with their new pledges. 

The sisters of Chi Omega worked hard in their 
valiant efforts to win sorority Greek Week. With a 
schedule full of singing, play making and \arious athletic 
events, it is a wonder they had time for minor things such 
as school work. Chi Omega had yet another good year 
of scholarship and sisterhood. The sisters won highest 
sorority GPA again, while maintaining an acti\e social 
calendar which included mixers, several parties and, the 
grand finale, the White Carnation Ball. 




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With the addition of nine brothers, the Chi Phi 
Rho Delta brothers have enjoyed growth and prosper- 
ity this year. The chapter was recognized by Chi Phi 
National by receiving the Gehring Award for one of 
the best chapters in the country and the Best Delega- 
tion Award at their annual College of Excellence. The 
brothers kept busy on campus throughout the year by 
hosting such activities as the ever-popular Halloween 
Party, where freaks and oddities abound. A large class 
of brothers will be graduating this year and Chi Phi 
wishes their '97 graduates well in all their future 
endeavors. 





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Above: Ivan Aimikov surprised by a 
paparazzo at the X<P bar Chantal 
Monatagnet consoles him, "You're a star, 
bab\. It goes with the territory. " 

Above left: Charles Stephens looks at the 
world below to ask. "Who's little now?" 

Left: Sean Wessling and Charles Barousse 
prepare to do the lift they practiced earlier 
at the lake. 

Far left: Drew Miyagi instructs Jake-San, 
"Show me 'milk the upright cow.'" 

Opposite above: You kjww Mason Richey. if 
just one of those bulbs is bunit out. the 
whole string is dead. 



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Above: Jay Matthews thinks back to the last 

time he was in this position and tries to 

remember what comes next. 

Above right: Grip and Grin. 

Right: This is the Delta Sigma Phi group 

photo. 

Far right: Peter Limdin stands proudly as 
throngs of females bid for his serx'ices. 

Opposite above: Turtle (Jason Breitfeller) 
falls asleep at the Greek Week Sing, but his 
loyal brothers keep him from falling shell- 
first. 




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The brothers of Delta Sigma Phi returned 
from summer to a busy rush schedule. After the open 
houses and dinners were fmished. the fraternity 
received several new members, and their year was off 
and running. 

With fun and exciting events such as pledge 
retreat and the Delta Sigma Phi formal, one can be 
sure that these young men had their fair share of 
fun this school year. However, despite their fun lo\ ing 
ways, the pledges of Delta Sig were able to capture 
the honor of having the highest GPA among all frater- 
nity pledges at Oglethorpe. 

All in all, the school year has been very 
productive for the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, and 
under the astute leadership of Jason "Turtle" 
Breitfeller, the future looks much brighter. 




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Kappa Alpha had a wonderful rush that was 
capped off by a very productive and rewarding Bid Day. 
They increased their numbers with some of the finest young 
men going through rush, and it is to be hoped the years to 
come will only be enhanced by their presence. The year got 
off to a grand start with new pledges. Pledge events such as 
painting the ZAE roof and standing in the parking lot 
advanced brotherhood and Greek unity by leaps and 
bounds. 

Unfortunately the chapter was unable to hold 
scheduled parties, but this small hurdle did not stop the 
brotherhood from growing within the walls of Kappa 
Alpha Beta Nu. Off campus events such as taking the 
Little Sisters out to dinner and an excidng Old South in 
New Orleans, assured that fun was had by all those 
involved. Although the year was marred by certain 
events, the chapter has been able to grow and improve. 
In fact. Kappa Alpha received the Most Improved 
Chapter GPA for the year which rewarded the brothers 
for all their efforts in the classroom. To be sure, not 
unlike the South, Kappa Alpha will rise again. 




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Above: Rob. honey, how many Moranis 
magnitude manipulation movies did you 
make ? 

Left: KA with their loving and loyal little 
sisters down in front. 

Above left: Sun'eying the stomped lawn 
Shady Pace loves it when a plan comes 

together. 

Far left: "Dixie" and macrobrew. R.E. Lee 
would be proud. 

Opposite above: Lewis and Clint compare 
notes from their international brew 
expedition. Mexican Tecate or Jamaican Red 
Stripe? At least they agree on American 

Marlboro. 



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Above: Hot Rod prepares to regulate as the 
crowds at the Boxer Rebellion begin to get 

out of hand. 

Above right: Anyone caught slippin' faces 
the ZAE chopping block. 

Right: "Tell me, Muse, of the man of many 

ways, who was driven far journeys, after he 

had sacked Troy's sacred citadel, " Joe 

Kazmierczak sips the sweet ambrosial nectar 

of the gods as he awaits Muse's reply. 

Opposite right: Brothers and pledges rest at 

the top of a rock where they are joined by a 

kindly guru for a group photo. 

Opposite above: "Let King Kong climb that 

building, man. We'll just stay here and drink 

beer, " Mahonex saxs. 








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The brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon returned to 
campus in the midst of another busy rush, and after the 
dust had settled, their efforts were rewarded with several 
promising pledges. These pledges were integrated into the 
fraternity with events such as mountain climbing on the 
pledge trip. The year was very productive yet fun v, ith 
events such as the Pre-Boxer Stump Removal Party 
headed by Brother Hero, Coy Miller. Other events such 
as the Magnolia Ball, ski trip, and "beech" trip allo^A ed the 
brothers and guests not only to bond, but also tohave fun. 

As the year progressed so did the brotherhood. 
Weekly games such as "Black Ball" and the exhilarat- 
ing thriller "Act Real Mad" added the exciting drama 
upon which a good brotherhood is based. The zenith 
of the year arrived as the brothers celebrated the fruits 
of their labor at the Greek Week victon, part\. Indeed, it 
was a party more depressing than any in Oglethorpe 
history. Awards such as the Highest Chapter GPA and 
various awards from the national fraternity ended the 
chapter's year on an upward zepher. 




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The sisters of Sigma Sigma Sigma have had yet 
another banner year that began with a splendid rush. The 
sorority was able to get many great new members as a 
result of the dedicated friendship they share with each 
other. To be sure, Sigma provided the picture in the 
dictionary under "a special kind of sisterhood." 

Sigma held their usual events such as their Hal- 
loween party, mixers with all the fraternities, and their big 
dance — Pearls, Girls, and Memories. However, the girls 
of Sigma distinguished themselves not only as socialites 
but also as academics. Their efforts in the classroom won 
them the high honor of Most Improved Chapter GPA as 
well as a sense of accomplishment. 

As the sisters of Sigma Sigma Sigma look back over 
the year, they can not only remember the fun they had as 
friends but also the accomplishments they achieved as 
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Left: Chantal Moiuagnei. Jennifer Chaves. 
Mariruth Leftwich, Christine Bemier, Carla 
Hyman and Allison Gatliff share an 
Adirondack bench on bid day. 

Above left: Marissa Rojas and Christine 
Bender provide us all with a Kodak moment 
as they display their "True Colors" at the 
Greek Week Sing. 

Opposite above: Julie Agster throws some 
leg amid sisters. 

Above: Tern Hughes. Jennifer Chaves and 
Julie Vazquez lusting in lavender at Purple 
Passion. 

Far left: III past and present at Pearls. 
Girls and Memories. Kristen Buoy e.xclaims. 
"Someone just pinched me. " Kim Mohrjust 
keeps smilin'. 



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While the sports section of The 
Stormy Petrel will have trouble 
replacing Daryl Brooks and Chris 
Smith, '96-'97 Petrel sports lose few 
seniors. Women's basketball, men's 
basketball and baseball find them- 
selves in similar positions: losing 
senior stars, but bringing back tal- 
ented rosters. Ten freshmen held the 
rope for the women's basketball team. 
Golf returns a full squad. Men's soccer 
has lost only three seniors in the past 
two years. Though LeBeau leaves 
women's tennis Nicole Garbarini 
provides hope for the future. Men's 
tennis will miss contributors Jeff 
Bates, John Breton and Michael 
Shirley; but freshman Erik Viberg 
looks to hold the 1-spot until the end 
ofthemillenium. 
OU athletics will miss multi- 
sport trainer and manager Robert 
Miller. Miller's has given more to the 
program than any other student during 
his college career. Along with seniors 
Tinnie Waterston, Tim Crowley, 
Becky Ellis and Bryon Letourneau, 
Miller has earned consideration for 
the OU sports hall of fame. 



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You've been running for 
almost an hour, your knees are 
bloody, you've got grass in your teeth, 
and if you get kicked in the shins one 
more time you may go mad — welcome 
to the wonderful world of Petrel soccer. 
Two words describe Coach 
Lochstampfor's team this year: youth- 
ful and shorthanded. Youthful in that 
the team graduates only two seniors 
this year after graduating only one last 
year. And shorthanded in that they 
played only 12-14 players in almost 
half of their games. But these guys are 



the avian equivalent of the energizer 
bunny — they don't stop — ever. While 
fielding such a limited roster preserved 
woodwork on the seldom used benches 
(and prevented splinters from lodging in 
posteriors), it did nothing to lessen the 
amount of work required of these guys. 
But any Petrel will tell you: Work and 
play are one and the same. 



Below: Jason Amos attempts to steal the ba 
from the opposing team. 





Above: With explosive speed, senior Brent Latham blows past an unlucky opponent. "Pardon me, I have a goal to score. 



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?/oir; Anthony Kendall gets that far off' 
ok in his eye as he awaits the start of 
lother game. 




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Below: Missy Roederslieiiner lays it all out 
and takes it on the kisser for the Petrels. Ju 
so you know, she won this ball. Crime 
doesn 't pay. 




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3elow: Susie Polyak demonstrates haw she 
'eels about the ball being in front of the 
^etrels' goal ... No thanks! 




Gold in the Olympics, a surge 
in the interest of American fans 
everywhere — there is no doubt that 
women's soccer is on a rocket trip to 
stardom here in the US of A. But for 
Coach Yelton's Lady Petrels it's 
business as usual. Most of these ladies 
were hacking away at it long before 
their sport went mainstream. With 
their best season in years, they've 
proven that their hard work — recog- 
nized or not — has paid off. These 
women are no novelty. We bid fond 
farewell to a group of seniors, but is 



the bird in Yelton's hand? Underclass- 
men, sorry, women, with skills you 
won't believe. Just you wait . . . 




Back L to R: Coach Todd Yellon, Debbie Arrietta, Jamie Chardos. Kristin Herbert. Emily Herbert. Amy Myers. Tinnie Wwerswn, 

Susie Poh'ak, Kimberh Williams. Lindsax Burgoon. 

Front L to R: Christine Scarborough. Nina Shah. Sabrina Soles, Kristen Buoy Dawn Bristol. Missy Roedersheimer, Amber Hampton. 

Shannon Hutcheson, Carmen Pentilla. 

Not Pictured: Rob Hutcheson - Assistant Coach. 



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The only rule for cross country 
racing is this: If every step isn't the 
worst pain you've ever felt, then you 
aren't trying hard enough. 

—Nike CEO Phil Knight 

The men and women of Petrel 
cross country will tell you truer words 
were never spoken. They will also tell 
anyone who will listen, old cliches die 
hard: The truth hurts. So, why do they 
run? You may as well ask why a Petrel 
is stormy . . . 

So where are these Petrels to 



be found? Forget the track, roads — 
no way, sidewalks schmidewalks — 
they run the paths less traveled, some 
Petrels at least can be found in the 
woods. 



Below: Coach Linger contemplates th\ 
Petrels' times, or is he looking for recruits 





The 1996-1997 Women's Cross-Conntiy Team. L to R: Maria Topczij, Kyley Ryba, Sarah Snyder Hope LeBeaii, Kristine Lawrie, 
Maria Johnson, and Catlix Doles. 



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?lo\v: Brett Cave takes a leisurely stroll at 
mferenee. Maybe he could he beaten if his 
et actually touched the ground':' 





Above: Kristine Lawrie. Linda Davis, and 
Maria Topczij lead the Petrel pack against 
Sewanee. 

Left: The 1996-1997 Men's Cross Country 
team. L to R: Jejf Thomas. Jamie McClung, 
Patrick DiCicco. Roderick Underwood. Chip 
Kohhveiler. and Brett Cave. 



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Above: "I love you so much. If you came 

down here I'd give you a big hug. " Jemiifer 

Sparlis reaches out to a fluorescent light in 

the Schmidt Center. 

Right: Sunny Hilliard ready to drop the 

hammer. 



Below: Freshman Katie Sobush bumpin ' am 
jumpin '. 



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elow: Zina Sponiawva. post sen>e vogue. 




Bump, set, spike? Were it only 
that simple, we could all do it. This 
isn't one of those $ 1 combination 
badminton/volleyball nets you buy at 
Target — this is serious. We're talking 
knee pads and bruised elbows, we're 
talking all out dives on a very unfor- 
giving gym floor. We're talking Coach 
Grenier's Lady Petrels. 

After graduating several key 
players last year, most schools would 
call this a "rebuilding year." Complet- 
ing a successful '96 season, you can 
almost hear the laughter of the Lady 



Petrels as they look toward next year. 
With this kind of talent, you can 
hardly call it rebuilding, unless you're 
talking about the opposition. 




Above: Ann Mason, assistant coach and OU alum ('95), rallies the troops during practice. 



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The Petrels left coach Jack 
Berkshire one victory short of 300, 
but accomplished much during the 
'96-'97 season. 

For the first time since joining 
the SCAC, OU beat Rhodes on the 
road. Senior Bryon Letoumeau 
scored his 1000th point and earned a 
spot on the all-conference 1st team. 
Sophomore Dan Brown earned an all- 
conference honorable mention. 



Below: The men have a deodorant chei 
before taking the com 





Above: Dan Brown heads west on Southwestern as Chico Jones looks on in awe and disbelief, "How does he do that? 



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telow: Freshman Sean Hannay can 't resist a 
•tile pre-game dunkage. 





Above: Veteran Jason Jones: one thing he 
could do ... was finger roll. Wide-eyed 
Anthony Freeman sizes up the competition. 
or is he checking out a gal in the stands? 

Left: Mike Deckert gets a hand, or nose, 
fi-om a Southwestern player for a mid-game 
rechecking of deodorant fortitude. Ibu can't 
he too sure. 



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Below: Kendra Rimbert gets set to take the 
extra points from the line. She would rather 
earn them the hard way. with a few elbows 
down in the lane, but if you're giving points 
away, who is she to argue? 




QBomen'^ ^a^ketbatt 



low: Lisa Boley pulls down another hoard. 




The Lady Petrels played better 
than their 10-15 record suggests. Of 
15 losses, 1 1 were decided by 10 or 
fewer points. With only two upper- 
classmen, Allison McDonald and 
Becky Ellis, and 10 freshmen, the 
young Petrels struggled under second 
year coach Beth Elbon to find on- 
court chemistry. 

Senior Becky Ellis concluded 
a stellar career as a four-year starter 
scoring her 1000th point and earning a 
place on the all-conference 2nd team. 




Above: Allison McDonald passes to wide-open senior Beckys Ellis wlule Clienl. Lisa and Kendra battle it out down low 



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Below: Keeping 'em honest on first base. 
Get back here! 



They finished third in Confer- 
ence, they beat teams they'd never 
beaten — nationally-ranked teams, 
mind you. If you didn't see these guys 
on the diamond this year, you missed 
out. With numbers higher than many, 
many years past to prove it, the 
Petrels shocked a few, but Coach Bill 
Popp knew it all along. The players 
knew it, too. Some people don't 
understand it, but these guys are knit 
tighter than a bulletproof vest. You 



want the real Boys of Summer? Try 
the Petrels of Spring. They sweat, 
they bleed, they get dirty, but they do 
it together, no egos here, and they do 
it for Oglethorpe. Congratulations, 
guys. 





Above: The team celebrates another successful at-hat with Ogletho)-])e's '96-'97 male athlete of the year Tim Crowley. 



130 , 3itl)letics 



Below: Petrels hit, run... and slide'.' Safe 
That's another one for us... 





.Above: How far is it going? Ideally over the 
fence and not into a glove! 

Left: The tag is applied. Is he out? No. this 
guv is safe, but only because we felt sorry for 

him this time. 



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Below: Hal Robinson gets a good chuckle 
after looking at the scorecard, he didn 't 
know it would be this easy. "By the way, 
where's my caddie?" 





el(nv: Hey! Stop that! You can't move it 
'Oitnd! Johnathan Milford sizes up a putt. 




For the first time in OU golfs his- 
tory, Jim Owen's Petrels were nation- 
ally ranked in Division Ill's top 25. A 
2nd place finish at the Ferrum Invita- 
tional was another Oglethorpe best. 

ToUiver Williams, 'QS-'Qe SCAC 
player of the year, and Hal Robinson an- 
chored a young team. Coach Owen re- 
placed three seniors with freshman re- 
cruits Jonathan Milford, Brent Bell and 
Peter Lundin. Junior college transfer 
Rob Rawson grabbed a seat on the team 



and, along with the reemerging Ben 
Hanes, countered the loss of Jason 
Breitfeller. With Robinson's tabletop 
football career suspended indefinitely. 
Mike Deckert was Owen's only athlete 
splitting time between two sports. 

Though April showers doused 
hopes of winning conference. 
Oglethorpe's most successful team loses 
no seniors! 




Above: ToUiver plays with his lip while Mike, Hal and Johnathan size up the competition - Yup. 



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La di da di. we likes to party. We 
don't cause trouble: we don't bother 
nobody. We're just some playaz that's 
on the mic, an ' when we rock upon the 
mic we rocks the mic right. 

Submitted by John Breton. 
Adapted from Snoop's adaptation of 
Slick Rick. 



Below: Dunn Neugebauer... enough said. 




Above: Eric \: ■•^rg and Adam Polakov prepare to do Imttle witti tlie opposition, those poor guys don 't know what's alwul to 
happen — Eric s^ :ms in funny languages, and Adam. well, is Adam. 



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Below: James Rissler serves one up. Note 
the Michael Jordan tongue thing. 





Above: Dave Menoni and Andrew Shahan 
talk strategy and raquet geometry on the 

court. 

Left: Jeff "East Coast" Bates demonstrates 
one of the veiy subtle signs that he and 
James use when playing doubles. 



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Below: Tanja Van der Krabben, the Dutch 
sensation, hits a high backhand, with a 
ihree-inch vertical. 




Above: Nicole Garbarini and Becky Ellis: A 
pair of Petrels, getting it done. 

Right: As Becky and Nicole head off the 

court, Becky shows how she really feels 

about her competition. 




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low: Kim Mohr gels ready to swat at one. 
->k out! 




I walk these streets, a loaded six- 
string on my hack. I play for keeps, 
'cause I mii>ht not make it hack. I've 
heen everywhere — standing tall. I've 
seen a million faces, and I've rocked 
them all. 

'Cause I'm a cowgirl. On a .steel 
horse I ride. And I'm wanted: dead or 
alive. 

Submitted by Hope LeBeau. 
Adapted from Jon Bonjovi. 




Above: The multi-talented Hope LeBeau prepares to rocket a sen'e to the opposite court. 



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Below: Roderick Undenvood cruises to an 
easy win in his favorite event -- he never 
misses it — the open 400M. 



"Run. jump, throw, might as well 
try it all" was the motto for this year's 
track and field team. With a larger 
women's team than last year, and a 
slighdy smaller men's team. Coach 
Unger's well-laid plans got shaken up 
from the start. But. as always, the man 
with the red megaphone figured it all out. 
Wins against Emory. Georgia State 
University, Beixy. and Georgia Southern 
are the proof. Some of these athletes, 
along for the wild ride, did things they'd 



never tried — who would've thought that 
Pete Cannizzaro could triple jump? — 
But, as anyone on the team will tell you 
(after only a slight hesitation) Coach 
linger knows what he's doing. No one 
else might, but you've got to love that 
guy! 





Above: Really, we're NOT posing for this picture. Lady Petrels Kristine Lawrie. Hope LeBeau. Cathy Doles, Maria Johnson and Linda 
Davis wear the uniform with pride. 



38 athletics 





Above: Higli flyin ' Heather Crawford takes 
off from the board, maybe she'll come down, 
maybe not. 

Left: BRETT CAVE! He's not human, really! 
Remember the biouic man'? He had a son... 



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Below: Kim Williams and Jemiifer Hedgepetl 
rally the Petrel faithful during a halftime 

shinv. 




Above: A militant faction of the cheerleaders 
chant their rallying cry. "Hail, Letourneait!" 

Right: Jemiifer Hedgepeth and Rebecca 

Bowers take a break between cheers for 

sotne water and a self-administered ear 

massage. 




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elow: Jumping and ann-flailing. that's 
■hat the.se ladies do -- and do it well. 




In their second year of revitaliza- 
tion, the Lady Petrel cheerleaders 
have kicked, thrown, and yelled their 
way to success. With several perform- 
ers returning from last year, and a 
promising freshwoman or two, the 
year went off with flair, style and 
some pretty darn cool halftime shows. 
If you went to a basketball game, you 
know what we're talking about. If not, 
well, your loss. But these ladies' 
presence — and their voices — were felt 



off the court too. They raffled, they 
hawked refreshments, but most of al 
they just supported. Thank you. 
ladies. 




Above: Atten-hut! The women file out of the bunaek.s for morning inspection. 



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At the Honors and Awards 
Convocation Meredyth Grenier named 
James Rissler and Catherine Borck 
intramural athletes of the year. Grenier 
cited the good sportsmanship of the 
recipients. Both athletes participated 
in multiple sports. 

Rissler quarterbacked in flag 
football and played point guard for A- 
league basketball squad Mahoney. 

Borck proved to be a force in the 
paint as well as at the net. In the 
women's basketball league Borck 
played post for Misdirected Animos- 
ity. In her claim of good sportsman- 



ship Grenier seems to have over- 
looked Borck's spirited exchanges in 
the paint with Sigma's Kim Mohr. 
Perhaps Grenier felt that Borck's 
overwhelmingly good-natured volley- 
ball team made up for a stray elbow or 
two. 



Below: Sumner and Nigra on the court, 
bringing it down, with Andy Noble on D. 





Above: Pedro Niembro lo me into the paint, while Ben Hemes wonders where Zane got his cool shoes. 



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Icni: "Hey! You're on my team!" says Paul 
as he and Eric hattle over ihe loose halls. 






Above: Ryan Queen and Luke Brown prepare 
to Lambada. 

Left: Pat Di Cicco holds oft' Eric, and looks 
for a teammate to rake the shot, while Ryan 
does the Flamenco in the background. 



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Barbara Noblin 34 

Katherine Nolan 71 

Charlene Norton 71 

Caroline Noyes 52 



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Patrick O'Rourke 32, 71, 1 13, 119 

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Carmen Pentilla 80 

Katherin Petrizzo 1 14 

Alexia Petrakos 72 

Jesse Peters 108 

Rok Petric 59 

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Gregory Phillips 72 

Sarah Philliips 22. 42, 43. 72, 79, 80, 81 

Jessica Pierce 72 

Pebbles Pike 99 

Vincent Pisani 72 

Viviana Plotnik 52 

Megan Podolsky 22, 82, 105, 111 

Adam Polakov 72, 134 

Susie Polyak 10, 26, 45, 99, 103 

Mike Pompilio72, 102, 113 

Katherine Pope 72 

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Brian Rice 108 

Mason Richey 106, 143 

Kendra Rimbert 128. 129 

James Rissler 45. 73. 80, 95. 135 

Patrick Ritter 30, 31,73, 89 

Matt Rivenbark 73 

Randy Roberson 35, 59, 83, 108 

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Jennifer Schillinger 59 

Pauline Schilpzand 73 

Christopher Schukar 74, 108 

Bill Schulz 9, 45, 53 

Zachary Schwab 60, 93, 96, 97 

Bobby Scott 34 

Melanie Scott 74 

Nicole Scott 74 

Jennifer Scowcroft 60 

Jennifer Sells 74 

Rosa Serulle 74 

Amity Sewell 43 

Andrew Shahan 135 

Jignash Shaw 82 

Keabii Shaw 24, 74 

Arathi Shenoy 74 

Deempal Sheth 60 

Olga Shpodoruk 29 

William Shropshire 53 

Julie Shuman 82. 83, 103, 104, 111 

Lara Sidenstricker 74 

Laura Sinclair 60 

Rebecca Sipper 102, 112 

Allison Smith 30, 74 

Brad Smith 53 

Jason Smith 30 

Brandon Smith 60 

Chris Smith 74 

Matthew Smith 74 

Teo Smith 13 

Sarah Snyder 98, 122 

Kathleen Sobush 74, 124 

Michael Sorkey 108 

Jennifer Sparks 124 

Nathan Sparks 74 

Nicole Spencer 74, 85 

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William Straley 53 

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Jennifer Taylor 75, 114 

Linda Taylor 52 

Ana Tchaplinskaya 75 

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John Thames 48 

Chanda Thomas 75, 82, 87 

David Thomas 53 

Jeff Thomas 75, 80, 108, 123 

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Chris Thome 96, 97 

Aimee Thrasher 75 

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Malcolm Amerson remembers Tim Crowley 



Tim Crowley walked into my 
office and into my life in August, 1993, 
and informed me that I had been as- 
signed as his academic advisor. He told 
me that he was undecided about a ma- 
jor, so I asked him a few questions to 
determine his strengths and interests 
and recommended a rather demanding 
schedule and he never flinched. The 
only stipulation that he had was that his 
schedule must never interfere with 
baseball practice because baseball was 
very important to him. I was interested 
because I have always loved the game, 
so I asked him if he had any talent and 
he said, "I have some talent and I hope 
to get better." This established him as 
king of understatement because I dis- 
covered that he possessed considerable 
talent. After he left my office I made a 
few notes in his folder and last Friday I 
pulled his file and read what I had writ- 
ten after that first meeting. You may be 
interested in the notes I made that day: 
Not decided concerning a major. Nice 
looking kid, good manners, looks right 
at you when you are talking to him, 
appears to have a serious interest in 
baseball, did not hesitate to enroll in a 
rather rigorous schedule of classes, has 
a quiet kind of confidence. As I looked 
over his record, it became more and 
more difficult to see the pages as tears 
filled my eyes... 

... It is hard to imagine a trag- 
edy worse than the one that brings us 



together here today, but I say to you that 
this tragedy will be compounded if we 
do not learn something from this expe- 
rience. What I suggest to you is that we 
all make sure that there is something in 
our lives that we can be as passionate 
about as Tim was in baseball. We need 
to make sure that we learn from him 
that it is important to be dedicated to 
some pursuit. It may be time for many 
of us to think about our priorides and 
dedicate our efforts to some worthwhile 
pursuits. Tim certainly did and he has 
several records to prove it in runs bat- 
ted in, number of hits, and his no-hitter 
that he pitched a short while ago. Can 
you imagine a worse tragedy than to 
go through life with no passion, no ex- 
citement? I am reminded of some 
haunting lyrics from a song from the 
past which goes, "Life goes on, long 
after the thrill of living is gone." I know 
for a fact that Tim Crowley could not 
relate to this concept... 



... I think experts would tell us that 
it is important to express grief in a time 
like this and this certainly has affected me 
in a powerful way as it has the entire 
Oglethorpe community. But 1 ha\e to tell 
you, I look forward to the time in the fu- 
ture when we can celebrate the life of this 
young man without that big lump in my 
throat. Tim was a special young man and 
he deserves to be remembered the \\ a\ 
he lived — with gusto and happiness and 
a spirit of the celebration of Ufe. 

Last week I was over by the field 
house and was talking to Coaches Berk- 
shire, Owen and Neugebauer as we 
watched the Stormy Petrels playing 
Emory. An Oglethorpe hitter came to 
bat with men on base and blasted a 
home nin o\er the left center field fence 
and it took one hop over the little ditch 
there and rolled to our feet. Coach 
Neugebauer retrieved the ball and threw 
it back over the fence while we were 
celebrating this long homer and I asked. 
"Who was that'?" and Jim Owens said 
it was none other than our hero Tim 
Crowley. As Tim was rounding the 
bases we were all screaming congratu- 
lations and I shouted "Way to go Tim. 
my boy!" I hope he heard me. 

— Printed with permission of Dr. 
Malcolm Amerson. read by Dr David 
Thomas at the memorial service on 
April 18, 1997. 



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What does the Yamacraw staff really do in 

that little room? 



The Yamacraw would like to 
thank everyone who helped put this 
book together. Special thanks go to 
Chris Smith, Ashish Thakur, Melissa 
Mullis, Carla Hyman, Ryan Brown, 
Jon Lampkin, Melissa Svitek, Kelly 
Holland, the registrar's office, XQ, 
XO, AIO, KA, lAE, Head, Jamie 
Oglethorpe. Sara Hinkle, Malcolm 
Amerson, Cle Hall, Janet Maddox, the 
Athletic Department, Donald Moore 
and The Stormy Petrel. 



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