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PIEDMONT 

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representatives *nose interest and work centered on education. 




YON AH IAN 



VOLUME 79 

FALL 1998 - SPRING 1999 



President W. !%ay Ckere 




Dear Students: 

Each school year has its own 
character and is remembered for 
different things. This academic year 
will certainly be remembered for the 
major changes that have taken place 
here on the main campus in 
Demorest. New buildings that have 
either been completed this year or 
that are now under construction are 
transforming the campus and will 
play an important role in Piedmont's 
future during the new century. 
Along with the addition of a new dormitory, major construction projects include the new 
science, math and technology center; a new athletic complex; and renovation of the fourth floor 
of Daniel Hall to house the new school of nursing. This year we enrolled the largest freshman 
class ever at Piedmont, and for these students we have added new academic opportunities, 
including new degree programs in nursing and religion and a new master's degree for public 
administration. At the Athens Center, we also added a second building this year that doubles 
the size of our academic space for off-campus programs. 

Piedmont is an institution with great pride and spirit, and with every passing school year 
it becomes more than a small liberal-arts college in northeast Georgia. Every year I am 
convinced that the previous academic year could never be surpassed, and always I am proved 
wrong. This year has been no exception. I take great pride in watching each new class of 
students work to fulfill their academic goals, working with faculty who truly care about the 
minds of their students. 

To the graduates of 1999, I hope that all of you will return frequently to your alma mater 
to see how your college fares in the next century. While there may be new buildings to admire, 
I think you will always be able to recognize that old Piedmont spirit in the faces of the students 
who follow in your footsteps. 

W. Ray Cleere 
President 
Piedmont College 









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Piedmont's Admissions 
staff organized another 
successful orientation 
weekend. The 1998 
orientation consisted of 
three days of fun-filled 
activities which gave 
over 100 freshmen the 
opportunity to experi- 
ence student life at 
Piedmont. Students not 
only interacted with 
faculty and staff, but 
they also enjoyed such 
activities as a video 
talent show, laser tag, 
and team competitions 
which all served to 
build group cohesive- 
ness among the fresh- 
men. 




Luau 




Rachel, 
Kristen, Arik, 
and Dionne are 
showing hip 
action at 
Piedmont's 
1998 luau. 





Festivities... 



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Rhesa: You wanna' bet? 

Brandon: I'd like to see that happen. 



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with it? 





Students enjoy 
a friendly sand 
sculpting competition. 






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The luau festivities sure wouldn't be the same 
without a game of volleyball. Heads up, guys! 





Brian Mowris, Christine Sweet, 
Lee Evans, and Dave Nardone 
strike a pose for the camera. 



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Homecoming Festivities 




Jeff LaBarbara dresses as Dr. Simmons. 





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Eli Stancel dresses as Dr. Singer. 



71ie 1998 Homecoming festivities 
were filled with a week's worth of 
activities which involved the entire 
Piedmont College community. 
Faculty, staff, and students partici- 
pated in such activities as dress as 
your favorite professor day, hillbilly 
day, pajama day, and the parade. 
Student clubs also provided various 
activities in Centennial Alumni 
Park. This year's main attraction, 
other than the Homecoming dance, 
was the anticipated performance of 
Memory Dean, a popular Atlanta 
band. Homecoming 1998 will 
certainly be a memorable moment 
in Piedmont's history. 




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Kristen Pearson and Gail Moore are in PC's 
jail. Hmm...what crime did they commit? 



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Memory Dean 
Concert 



Liz Blake 
comfortably 
dresses for 
hillbilly day. 



Eric Stiles 
enjoys a 
tumble in the 
balloon. 





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Congratulations, Mr. 
Clement, you are 
this year's winner of the 
"Kiss the Pig Contest." 
Pucker up; the pig is 
all yours! 



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Court 




Ipcshman L^oupt kceppesentatives 
Jill Wright & Lamar Echols 



•jophomope L^oupI r<eppesentatives 

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rpeshman Lyoupt kceppesentatives 

L^arrie Pluto <_X Anthonu, Pearson 



Juniop L^oupt kcepPGsentalives 

Ji i I in I undij, Homecoming Ppince Joel Flarbin, 
Homecoming, Princess Pelli C^asalou, Cx Asnltij jtarr (not Pictured) 




•jophomope C^oupt Keppesentatives 

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The Stars 
Come 
Out At l 
Night... 




Boogie down Rhesa Houston and Joel Harbin. 




Yearbook coeditor, Kim Stohlman, and 
Christina Copeland enjoy a night out on the town! 



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The three divas: Brandy Smith, 
Karen Strickland, and Colleen Hanson. 



Adrianne Christmas and Jeramie Scott 
share a moment. 



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..with an everlasting glow. 






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Show those pearly whites, women! 




Hey, Gina! Are the directions that perplexing? 



Some students sure do know 
how to have a good time. 



1998 - 1999 



Most Likely to 
Succeed 



Most Original 



Most Likely Seven 
year Qraduate 

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Natalie Bryant & 
Dave Nardone 



John Hays & 
Kelly Mitchell 



John Ahnen & 
Brandy Smith 



Katherine Harrison & 
Paul Hotchkin 



Most Witty Most Athletic 'Best Alt Around 




Rhesa Houston & 
Scott Borchers 



Michelle Rawdin & 
Eli Stancel (Not Pictured) 



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Superlatives 



Most Patented Most Intelligent Most Spirited 




Matt Hartwick & 
Amanda Harvey 



Dionne Rosser & 
Shannon Gilstrap 



Most friendly Most Attractive 



Kristen Hart & 
Dave Limbach 

Most Dependable 




Seth Howard & 
Kellie Casalou 



Amy Jenkins & 
Leonard Cheiaua 



Michael Stratton & 
Tammie Watkins 



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Dinner On 



The Quad 





Asa part of this 
year's Homecoming 
festivities, students 
were served dinner 
in Alumni Centen- 
nial Park where they 
enjoyed sun, food, 
and great conversa- 
tion. 



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Matt Ernest and Tim Martin enjoy a plate of 
lasagna served by Wallace Hall resident assistants. 



As an activity to build a 
stronger sense of commu- 
nity among the dormitory 
students, R.A.s in each of 
the four residence halls 
served a progressive dinner 
consisting of one of the four 
courses of a meal. The 
R.A.s in Getman Babcock 
Hall served appetizers, 
salad in Purcell Hall, the 
main course in Wallace 
Hall, and desert was served 
in Alumni Park by the 
R.A.s in student houses. 




Progressive 



Jason Haka helps himself to desert. 



Dinner 



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Haunted 





Piedmont's 1998 




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was a success 




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Residents from 




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Piedmont's most 






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munity service 




projects. Children 




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Getman-Babcock 

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Kim Stohlman, 


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Erica Sellers, 


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Julie Philips, 
and John Hays 




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who dressed for 


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the "spooky" 




occasion. 






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A vegetarian with taste for 


spiders. 


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financial aid? 




Alert: Cafeteria food ages students prematurely. 



Glenda is "trolling" for goodies. 



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Ancient Ritual -- Step 7: Roast pristine cylindrical objects over open flame. 




Step 2: Consume charred remains. 



Result: Marshmellow metamorphosis. 



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Football 




.undefeated 101 years in a row! 





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<L)/uaen/s 




John Ahnen 



Jennifer Alberson 



Eve ret h Aldana 



William Alexander 




Cindy Allen 



Natalie Allen 



Rebecca Allison 



Linda Amato 





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Laxla Baird 



Keith Banks 



John Barclay 



Holly Bare 




James Barron 



Nicole Bartman 



William Beerman 



Lvdia Bennett 



Paul Berrell 



B. Berry 



The Piedmont College 
community welcomes 
new students at the 
1998-1999 orientation. 



Brandy Bennett 




Joseph Beverly 




Teresa Beyer 



Sara Billings 



Scott Bishop 



William Bishop. 



Students 




Elizabeth Blake 



Daniel Blankenship 



Heather Bolmon 



Sara Borchers 



Scott Borchers 



Angela Boyd 



Ashton Boom 




Lindsex Brady 




Natalie Biyant 



Matthew Burch 



Tammy Busbin 



Paul Butler 




Stephanie Cain 



Kellie Carpenter 



While attending a 
Servant Leadership 
retreat, several 
students had the 
opportunity to meet 
world renowned Arch- 
bishop Desmond Tutu. 



Michael Cannon 



Samantha Carl 



Joshua Carries 




Raymond Carter 



Erica Carver 



Leonard Cheiaua 




Jessica Chesser 



Angela Chetta 



Adrianne Christmas Brianne Coates . 



<L)/udenh 




Erica Cochran 



Roderick Conley 



Carrie Cummings 



Tar a Cohron 



Davina Collins 



Christina Copeland 

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Keith Cow art 



Rachel Davidson 



Chanda DeFoor 



Mathew Desing 



Brian Deweese 



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Kevin Deweese 



Heather Colson 




Stephanie Crane 




James Derrick 




Francine Dimock 




Even on rainy 
days Davina and 
Jessica show their 
Piedmont spirit. 



Stacy Dobson 



Quant ell Donigan 



Fairlight Dover 



Jessica Dunn 




Sarah Durkin 



Lamar Echols 



Amy Eckhart 



Wendy Edge 




Lee Evans 



Cat hey Fain 



Patricia Farthing. 



(L)fudenh 




Shannon Francis Christopher Gabrels 



Erin Gallagher 



Griff Garrison 



Kim Genovese 



Joseph Giametta 



Robert Gantt 




Shea Gibbs 




Shannon Gilstrap William Grant 



Daniel Green 



Glenda Green 




Laura Green 



Jeffrey Haines 



Suzianne Green 



Jason Haka 



Jeremy and Paul 
looking cool for 
the camera. 



Paul Haley 




Colleen Hanson 



Jennifer Hanson 



Joel Harbin 




Katherine Harrison 



Kristen Hart 



Matthew Hartwick 



Amanda Han>eyi 



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Josh Highfill 



Paul Hotchkin 




Chip Hogsed 



James Holloway 



Lisa Hopkins 




David Houghton 



Rhesa Houston 



Seth Howard 



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Jessica Howell 



Dustin Hurst 



Kazuwa Ikeda 



Leslie Jackson 





We can all agree 
that the extra touch 
makes a room feel 
just like home. 




Amy Jenkins 



Kristen Jenkins 



Stacy Jerris 



Ron- Jewell 




Natasha Jordan 



Jeff Kelly 



Rebecca Kitchens 



Evelyn Knight 



cj/ao/en/s 




Heather Knight 



Jason Lehman 



Lisa Lovell 



Ashley Knutson 



Jeffery LaBarbera 



Rachel Levy 



David Limbach 



Peggy Lovell 



Stefanie Lovell 



Meichell Layton 




Jennifer Lynn Rebecca Mabry 



Melanie Lingerfelt 




Elise Lumpkin 




Suzanne Mace 



Pamela Marsingill 




Jennifer Martin 



Filadelfo Martinez 



Andrew Mason 



Timothy Maxwell 



Lisa McBrayer 



Molly McClung 



Doing what they 
do best, Micah, Bo, 
Rod, Keylan, James, 
Quantell, and Eric 
strike their most 
notorious poses. 



Jeffrey Massey 




Tony Meddlers 




David McDaniel 



Amber McGriff 



Carrie McLamar Nolan McSparran. 



o^fuden/s 




Nichole Miles 



Kristen Mobley 




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Denise Morris 



Christen Miller 



Jeremy Miller 



Amanda Milone 




Melvin Montoxa 



Gail Moore 



Sara Moores 




Brian Mowris 



Benjamin Myers David Nardone 




Matthew Neal 



Melissa Nichols 



Jacquelyn Noller 







Kris tine Odomirok 



Anna Ortiz 



Luis Ortiz 



Hey, Melissa! 
Good try, but you 
are in the yearbook 
anyway. Keep up 
the good work. 



Ashley Northcutt 




Jennifer Palmer 




Cynthia Payne 



Kristen Pearson 



Anna Pettway 



Julie Phillips 



Joseph Powers 



Michelle Rawdin 



<L)/uden/s 




Bounemy Phongsavanh Levi Pless 



Keisa Pocoroba 



Allen Pointer 




Erica Ragans 



Debra Ramey 



Andrew Ramirez 




Amanda Rax 



Joseph Reagan 



Christa Reignier 




Craig Richard 



James Rider Jr. 



Wesley Roach Philip Roberts 




Sara Jones enjoys 
operating the concession 
stand during basketball 
home games. 



Adriane Schnaak 



Riley Schofield 



Richard Scott 



Adam Scurr 



(L)/uden/s 







Jennifer Segars 



Benjamin Sheffield 



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Erika Sellers 



Melissa Seymour Nathaniel Sliapiro 

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Joshua Shipman 



Stacie Shirley Jonathan Skelton 




Gina Smalley 



Brandy Smith 



Julie Smith 




Mark Smith 



Michele Smith 



Raymond Smith Brian Spaulding 




Steven is one of the 
many helpful stu- 
dent workers in the 
library. 



Donna Speed 



Nicole St. John 



Elijah Stancel 



Tristen Staton 




Melissa Sterling 



Matthew Stewart 



Beth Stinchcombe Kimberly Stohlmann 




Jada Stone 



Tucker Stone 



Elen Strahle 



Michael Stratton. 



cb/ucen/s 




Karen Strickland 



Christine Sweet 



Kathv Strickland 



Heather Sullivan 



Ladwina Sullivan 




Joshua Tarbutton 



Eric Tate 



Jennifer Taylor 




Jonathan Taylor 



Tami Terrall Philip Tetteh 



Duane Thompson 





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Misty Thompson 



Natalie Throneberry 



Mindx Totherow 



Mark Trythall 




Molly, Misty, 
Christina, Suzanne, 
Anna, Gina, and 
Kim enjoy dorm 
life. 



Richard Turner 



Mathias Veremakis 



Skye Tyler 



Kimberly Underwood 



Kim Vicos 



Laura Vollmer 



Shasta Verdin 




Daniel Wages 




Kathryn Walls 



Erin Walters 



Area Walton. 



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Brandon Waters Jason Watkins 

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Tammie Watkins 



Ashley Webb 




Mark Wheaton 



Nicole Whelan 



David White 



Kelly White 




Robert White 



Peggy Whiten 



Lori Whitworth 



cj/uc/en/s 




Toni Wilkerson 



Vanessa Wilson 



Honey Wise 



Casey Wood 




Melissa Woodall 



Jill Wright 



Laura Young 



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Dr. Bradford and C.T. prepare for 
a Piedmont function in the chapel. 









C.T. shares holiday cheer with 
Dr. Lane. 




C.T. helping with other Piedmont 
College business. 

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Answering questions and helping 
with your problems, C.T. is at 
your service. 




Sitting at his station, C.T. 
takes a break from work. 



Charles Thomas Davis, fondly 

known as C.T. of Demorest, has played 
an integral role in Piedmont College's 
history. He graduated in 1973 from 
Piedmont with a Bachelor of Arts in 
business administration and accounting. 
As a student C.T. not only participated 
in work study, but he was also a member 
of the Student Government and the 
yearbook staff. In addition to these 
extracurricular activities, C.T. was 
Resident Director of Purcell Hall. 

After graduating, C.T. continued 
working in the business office as a 
bookkeeper and cashier. Since 1991, 
C.T. has worked in the library as a 
technical support assistant. We hope to 
keep his library expertise for many more 
years. 

Currently, C.T. is involved in 
Piedmont's Alumni Association and the 
American Association of University 
Women. Further, he continues to enjoy 
helping others and spreading great cheer 
among Piedmont's faculty, staff, and 
students. 

In appreciation of many years of hard 
work and dedication to Piedmont, the 
Piedmont College family proudly dedi- 
cates this year's annual to Charles Tho- 
mas Davis. From all faculty, staff, and 
students, we say "Thank you." 




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C. T. coop- 
erates on 
Piedmont 
projects. 





1972 - 1973 Student Government Officers 
Left to Right: Vice President, Stan McFarlin; 
President, Roger Cook; Treasurer, Charles 
Davis; Secretary, Diane Sexton. 



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Teacher of the Year 

E>r.Ximotliy F. Lytle 




Due to his witty personality, Dr. Lytle not only gives lively lectures in the classroom, but he also 
knows how to capture the attention of groups of people on any occasion. 







In honor of being selected "teacher of 
the year," Dr. Lytle takes a photo with 
previous recipient Dr. Cawood and 
President Cleere. 



Displaying their muscular physiques, 
Dr. Lytle, Dick Martin, and Dave 
Nardone show the professionals how it 
should be done. 




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Tom Miles stops for a quick pose 
during the orientation activities. 



dc Staff 




Foreign language instructor Chieko 
Mori enjoys a student's company. 







Curtis Bradford 



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Celena Brown 



Cheryl Brown 



Sidney E. Brown 



William Brown 




Barbara Brown Taylor Jerry Bullard 



Liz Butikofer 



Carol Caldwell 




Sam Canup 



John Carmack 



Sean Carrigan 



Mark Cawood 




Catherine Chastain Tonva Church 



W. Ray Cleere 



Jem Clement 




Cathy Miller, assistant 
to the President, always 
greets people with a 
smile. 




Charles Cooper 



Arturo Cortes 



Bob Cummings 



Joann Cutshall 





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Terri Hughes Jennie In, 



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Stephanie Jenkin Bruce Johnson 



Nancy Singer and 
Patricia Holden take a 
break from their de- 
manding schedules in the 
Development Office. 




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Dick Martin 



Jacuiia d2 o)/aff 




.Bob Muldoon 



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Erin Mundy Keith Nelms 



Joe Palmer 



Charles Caudell 
works very hard 
on student finances. 








Rhonda Sutton 



Debra Taylor 



Wallace Thompson 



Vickie Turner 



Dr. Greene reads at 
the annual Lessons 
and Carols concert. 




Stan Whittington 



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Linda Wiggins Peggy Wiggins-Rowan. 




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Ellen Williams Valerie Williams Linda Wofford 







Patricia Ziemann 





Shane Wood 










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Linda Wiggins in the 
Residence Life office 
pauses from her work 
to smile for the cam- 
era. 



Hmm.. .Could that be 
Karen Duncan from 
the Athletic Depart- 
ment? 




Dr. Janice Moss 

Piedmont College Radio Stations 




WRFP AM 530 was established in 1994 by the Piedmont College Theater Department. 
During the Spring semester of 1995, Dr. Janice Moss became the radio station faculty advisor. 
Since its establishment, WRFP AM 530 has expanded its operations to include more 
programming options for students and the Piedmont College community. 

In 1998, WRFP AM 530's radio equipment was upgraded to include analog and digital 
audio systems. The station currently has over $1 1,000 of analog and digital sound equipment. 
As a result of the upgrade, the new equipment enhanced the quality and amplification of the 
station's signal on campus. 

WRFP AM 530 is operated by students who have declared Mass Communication as their 
minor field of study. While school is in session, these students participate in live broadcasts of 
campus news, sports, and national news stories Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 



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WRFP AM 530 



Moss was inspired by WPPR 88.3 FM, Piedmont College's new 
National Public Radio Station. WPPR 88.3 FM began broadcasting in 
December 1996. Moss received numerous telephone calls from WPPR 
listeners who were very interested in finding out more about Piedmont 
and/or the Mass Communication program. 

As a result of the enthusiastic responses, Moss submitted a proposal for 
a minor in Mass Communication. The proposed minor offered an 
attractive program of study for students majoring in a number of academic 
disciplines. In March 1998, the faculty unanimously approved the 
proposal. 

Moss was instrumental in implementing internship opportunities for 
students preparing for a career in communications. Currently, Moss is 
establishing a curriculum for a major in Mass Communication. Assisting 
Moss with the technological component of the program is Dr. Betsey 
Blakeslee, a new faculty member. Overall, Moss's vision for this new 
program is to help bring the world together through technology. 




Michelle Milone, 
the recipient of this 
year's outstanding 
student broadcasting 
award, demonstrates 
how she operates the 
radio equipment. 







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Student Government L to R, Mandy Flanders and Kristen Hart. Not Pictured, 
Dr. Rick Austin, Sponsor; Jennifer Boydston, Kim Vicos, Heather Swords, Amy 
Jenkins, Kelli Casalou, Michael Stratton, Jennifer Clay, Mark Wheaton, Chris 
Hairston, Keylon Mitchell, and Tracey Westrom. 




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Spanish Club L to R, Kim Stohlmann and Lorena Rojas. Not Pictured, 
Professor Douglas Jensen, Sponsor; John Hays, Matt Burch, and Nicole Bartman. 




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History Club Back Row L to R, Shane Wood, Daniel Seales, Linda Wofford, 
Dr. Ralph Singer, Dr. Al Pleysier, Dr. Garen Simmons, Co-Sponsors. 
Front Row L to R, Alex Byrne, Eli Stancil, and Toby Bianchi. 




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Alpha Chi Back Row L to R, Dr. Ralph Singer, Sponsor; Kristen Hart, Robert Page, 
Heather Knight, Melanie Lingerfelt, Daniel Seales, Brenda Thurmond, Susan Davis, 
Donna Gray, Katie Anglin, and Dr. Madge Kibler, Sponsor. Front Row L to R, 
Dr. Debra Dooley, Sponsor; Iva Cutshall, Kristen Pearson, Melissa Nichols, Denise 
Morris, Charlene Jenkins, Linda Wofford, Kim Goss, Amie Vaughn, and Jessica 
Chesser. Not Pictured, Linda Amato and Kim Genovese. 




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Art Club L to R, Allister White, Anna Pettway, Dr. Catherine Chastain, Sponsor; 
Suzanne Mace, Celena Stancil, Linda Amato, Kimberly Underwood, and Kelly White. 



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Campus Activity Board Back Row L to R, Keith Banks, Melissa Nichols, Anna 
Pettway, Nicole Bartman, Lee Evans, Sara Billings, and Laura Green. 
Front Row L to R, Katherine Harrison, Sara Jones, and Adrianne Christmas. 
Not Pictured, Liz Butikofer, Sponsor. 



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International Club Back Row L to R, Jasmin Saphic and Biberovic Jadranko. 
Front Row L to R, Elma Saphic, Jacquiline Akifuma, and April Reed, Sponsor. 
Not Pictured, Leonard Cheiaua, Tracy Westrom, Cheiko Mori, and Shiva Man Ghale. 







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Canterbury Club Back Row L to R, Dr. Stephen Whited, John Davis, Candi Davis, 
Reverend Daniel Brown, Dr. Timothy Lytle, Ray Gotko, Dr. Cynthia Vance, Fila 
Martinez, Kristen Pearson, and James Derrick. Front Row L to R, Walker Whited, 
Sam Whited, Dr. Lisa Lumpkin, Elise Lumpkin, Eli Stancel, and Dr. Barbara Taylor. 



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Math/Physics Club L to R, Stephen Mills, Tammie Watkins, 
Andy Mason, Dionne Rosser, Rachel Ayers, and Dr. Mark 
Cawood, Sponsor. 




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Psychology Club Back Row L to R, Tammy Bailey, Patty Payne, Layla Baird, Susan 
Davis, Laura Vollmer, and Dr. Cynthia Vance. Front Row L to R, Nathaniel Shapiro, 
Kimberly Underwood, Betsy Augustine, Kathy Darnell, Dionne Rosser, Dr. Viviane 
Daigle, Sponsor; and Dr. Emerson Brooking, Sponsor. Not Pictured, Evereth 
Aldana, Christina Copeland, James Derrick, Mandy Flanders, Dale Gainous, Jim 
Holloway, Sara Jones, Jennifer Lynn, Shannon Martin, Lynn Minnish, Jacque Noller, 
Gina Smalley, Beth Stinchcombe, Linda Vail, Kim Vicos, Teresa Weiser, and Shasta 
Verdin. 



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Psi Chi Honor Society L to R, Laura Vollmer, Susan Davis, Dionne Rosser, and 
Layla Baird. Not Pictured, Dr. Cynthia Vance, Sponsor; Linda Amato, Robin 
Fleming, James Holloway, Cecilia Nickolich, and Teresa Weiser. 





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Rotoract Back Row L to R, Area Walton, Mandy Flanders, Nancy Strandburg, 
Jacque Noller, and Jenni Bishton. Middle Row L to R, Chris Faulkner, Sponsor; 
Erika Sellers, Tracy Westrom, Rebecca Kitchens, and Misty Thompson. 
Front Row L to R, Melissa Sterling, Michael Stratton, and Christin Gresham. 



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S.I.F.E. Back Row L to R, Casey Jones, Matt Neal, Rodrick Conley, and Dave 
Pearce. Front Row L to R, Professor Michelle Wetherbee, Sponsor; Christine Sweet, 
Pam Gearin, Brad Reagan, and Leonard Cheiaua. Not Pictured, Emily Alewine. 




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Literary Society L to R, James Derrik, Kristen Pearson, John Barclay, Fairlight 
Dover, Shannon Gilstrap, Sarah Henderson, Dr. Stephen Whited, Sponsor; and Gina 
Smalley. Not Pictured, Sara Bates, Jason Eubanks, Corey Palmer, Natalie Bryant, 
Adam Satterfield, Stephen Johnson, Lee Evans, David Nardone, and Misty Thomp- 
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Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society Back Row L to R, Lee Bozman, James Holloway, 
Dr. David Greene, Dr. Stephen Whited, Dr. Bill Smith, and Dr. Curtis Bradford. 
Front Row L to R, Kristen Pearson, Natalie Bryant, Dionne Rosser, Layla Baird, 
Bobbie Jo Miller, Summer Owenby, Carol Dye, and Dr. Lisa Lumpkin, Sponsor. 
Not Pictured, Jim Brown, Rebecca Dover, and Sherill Huntington. 




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Team Piedmont Back Row L to R, Kristy Odomirok, Tammie Watkins, Natalie 
Throneberry, Fairlight Dover, Andy Sloan, Brandon Waters, and Eli Stancel. 
Middle Row L to R, Julie Phillips, David Limbach, Jacque Noller, Misty Thompson, 
Michael Cannon, Tonya Walker, Melissa Nichols, and Jennifer Hanson. 
Front Row L to R, Kristen Hart, Anna Pettway, Stacy Dobson, Jada Stone, Jennifer 
Lynn, and Casey Woods. Not Pictured, Erin Mundy, Sponsor; Lindsey Brady, Jeff 
Kelly, and Mark Weaton. 




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Alpha Psi Omega Honor Society Back Row L to R, David Limbach, James Rider, 
and Dr. Lance Miller, Sponsor. Middle Row L to R, Jeremy Miller, Fairlight Dover, 
Rebecca Dover, and Angela Luzar. Front Row L to R, Amanda Harvey, Matthew 
Hartwick, and Daniel Blakenship. 




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by the abstractness of the 
artwork or is he part of the art? 



Jeff LaBarbera proudly displays his self-portrait. 



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Students responding to an object d'arte. 




Artwork by: Suzanne Mace 




Abstract art exhibit in the 
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The 1998-99 Chamber Singers pose for a group photo. 




Several members of the choral group share 
a moment together before their concert 
begins. 




Casey Woods concentrates on delivering a 
sound note. 



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The cast of Light Up The Sky rehearses their final bow. 





Brian, Dave, and Levi in a scene from Shakespeare's 
The Winter's Tale. 



Relax James Rider and Matt Hartwick; 
it's just part of the script. 



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The theater department has 
yet another successful show. 



Amanda 
Milone and 
Kim Vicos 
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Tonya Walker and Stacy Dobson share a memorable moment at Lessons and Carols. 




Jeremy Anderson looks as if he could be a 
member of the male opera trio, the Three 
Tenors. 




Kelly White student takes a break from sketching 
to pose for the camera. 





Craig Richard views a recent exhibit. 



Daniel Bray has real talent for singing and 
smiling simultaneously. 




Play rehersal for Androcles and The Lion . 




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The 1998-1999 
Cheerleading Squad 



Sponsor: 

Erin Mundy 
Mascot: 

Sara Jones 







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Rebecca Mabry 
Kimberly Branham 
Carrie McLamar 
Erica Ragans 
Ladwina Sullivan 
Kristy Odomirok 
Dave Limbach 
Area Walton 
Erica Carver 
Keisa Pocoroba 










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The Lion Mascot served 

as a source of entertainment for 

Piedmont's sports fans. 




The 1998-1999 cheerleading squad poses for a group photo. 



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The cheerleading squad performs a stunt. 





Carrie McLamar leads a cheer. 



Even after basketball games, squad members have 
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The 1998-1999 
Men's Soccer Team 



Craig Richard moves the ball down the field. 



Coach 






Jason Smith 
Anthony Pearson 


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Josh Anderson 


02 


Keith Cowart 


03 


Tony Roessler 


04 


Michael Parrish 


05 


Jason Haka 


06 


Steven Kozicki 


07 


Melvin Montoya 


08 


Leonard Cheiaua 


09 


Eric Schurke 


10 


Jeff LaBarbera 


11 


Santiago Herrera 


12 


Craig Richard 


13 


Scott Borchers 


14 


Travis Marx 


15 


Stefan Jones 


16 


Matt Desing 


17 


Casey Jones 


18 


Kevin Herbert 


19 


Dustin Hurst 


20 


Jeremy Horner 


21 


Marcelo Saldivia 




The 1998-1999 men's soccer team. 





Coach Smith talks to the team before the game begins. 




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Santiago steals the ball from the opponent 



Tony powers the ball down the field. 







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The 1998-1999 
Women's Soccer Team 



Coach 


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Paul Gwin 


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Stephanie Syler 


02 


Ashley Northcut 


03 


Rhesa Houston 


04 


Booke Bourgeois 


05 


Kelly Mitchell 


06 


Erin Corcoran 


07 


Jordan Lundy 


08 


Jennifer Martin 


10 


Erica Spellbring 


11 


Melinda Johnson 


12 


Melissa Perkins 


14 


Kari Kytle 


18 


Sara Borchers 


19 


Nicole Brown 


1,20 


Nicole Whelan 



Melinda showing her 
offensive skill. 




The 1998-1999 women's soccer team. 




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Rhesa skillfully battles for control of the ball. 







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Melissa takes a shot on goal. 




Kelly prepares to pass. 




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The 1998-1999 
Volleyball Team 




Coach 






Terry Martin 


Trainer: 




Kelly McGlocklin 


04 


Carrie Pluto 


05 


Trey Beyer 


08 


Christa Reigner 


09 


Erica Carver 


10 


Laura Deweese 


11 


Karen Kaiser 


13 


Tracy Westron 


14 


Amy Ban well 


15 


Tracy Fowler 


17 


Julie Schibsted 


18 


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Julie and Amy show how 
teamwork leads to victory. 




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Team members position themselves for the opponent's serve. 





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Carrie sets the ball for her teammates. 



Laura and Kelly show strong defense. 






The 1998-1999 
Lions 



Head Coach: 




Chris Faulkner 


Assistant Coach: 




Octavious Mulligan 




Wallace Thompson 


10 


Nathaniel Shapiro 


11 


Blake Chastain 


12 


Quantell Donigan 


15 


Brandon Jenkins 


20 


Keylan Mitchell 


21 


Jimmie Jones 


22 


Jarvis Towns 


23 


Stacy Francis 


32 


Scott Bishop 


40 


Brandon Waters 


41 


Johnathan Welch 


42 


Roderick Conley 


44 


Luke Prichard 


50 


Chris Hairston 


52 


Andy Sloan 



James leaps for two points. 



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Nathaniel moves the ball down the court. 



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Brandon powers toward the basket for two points. 





During a time out, Coach Faulkner discusses the 
team's next defense strategy. 



Blake looks for an open man. 





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The 1998-1999 
Lady Lions 



Head Coach: 




Terry Martin 


Assistan Coach: 




Renee Van Winkle 




Karen Duncan 


Trainer: 




Kelly McGlocklin 




Shanna Rousseau 


Manager: 




Glenda Green 


03 


Curlie Williams 


10 


Jennifer Jones 


11 


Hieu Huynh 


12 


Eva Taylor 


14 


Rhesa Houston 


15 


Angel Parks 


24 


Tara Cohran 


25 


Jamie Childs 


32 


Gretchen Green 


33 


Natasha Underwood 


45 


Meredith Tallant 


52 


Suzianne Green 



Tara skillfully maneuvers the ball closer to the basket. 



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The 1998-1999 Lady Lions pose for a team photo. 



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The team huddles together for one last motivational talk. 





Gretchen shoots to put the home team in the lead. 



Hieu looks to make a safe pass. 





The 1998-1999 
Baseball Team 



Patrick pitches for a strike. 



Head Coach: 




Steve Harwood 


Assistant Coach: 




Wade Holland 




Jonathan Gastley 


02 


Eric Zupko 


03 


Chuck Chandler 


04 


Mark Prater 


06 


Chris Zorn 


07 


Rick Peel 


08 


Tim Maxwell 


09 


Ray Smith 


11 


Shane Seabolt 


13 


Brian Spalding 


14 


Chris Terrell 


15 


Ashley Stan- 


16 


Mike Hutchinson 


18 


Richard Scott 


19 


Trent Alexander 


20 


Patrick Hussion 


21 


Matt Ernest 


25 


Mike Swords 


27 


Adam Edwards 


29 


Matt Miner 


31 


Jason Pruitt 


32 


Josh Shipman 


33 


Stephen McClain 


36 


Clint Fair 




Some players take a breather while teammates bat. 



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Richard beats the tag. 




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A mammoth cut that connects for a home run. Several players contemplate the activity on the field. 




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The 1998-1999 
Softball Team 



Head Coach: 




Terry Martin 


Assistant Coach: 




Ralph Cash 


Trainer: 




Kelly McGlocklin 


00 


Angel Parks 


01 


Natasha Jordan 


02 


Stephanie Crane 


04 


Kelly Holt 


05 


Jennifer Jones 


08 


Erin Gallagher 


09 


Stephanie Siler 


10 


Leslie Januszewki 


12 


Amber McGriff 


13 


Tracy Westrom 


16 


Ashley Knutson 


18 


Brianne Coates 


25 


Jamie Childs 


42 


Heather Sullivan 



Leslie waits for the next play. 




The 1998-1999 softball team's group photo. 



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The softball team huddles for a group pep talk. 




Stephanie prepares to steal. 



Kelly makes a superb catch. 




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■ 98-'99 Athletic Honors 



The Piedmont Athletic Club hosted the fall and spring sports banquets to honor all of the athletic 
teams for exhibiting enduring sportsmanship, overall team cohesiveness, and outstanding seasons. 
On December 3, 1998 the fall sports banquet honored athletes from the soccer and volleyball teams. 
Coach Jason Smith presented the following awards in recognition of outstanding players on the 
men's soccer team. The recipients were: Jeff LaBarbera, Coach's Award and Academic All-Confer- 
ence; Anthony Pearson, All-Conference and Most Improved; Tony Roessler, All-Conference Sec- 
ond Team and Academic All-Conference; Keith Cowart, All-Conference and Academic All-Confer- 
ence; Scott Borchers, All-Conference and Academic All-Conference; Melvin Montoya, All-Confer- 
ence, Freshman of the Year, Most Valuable Defender, and Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference 
(GACC) Player of the Year; and Santiago Herrera, All-Conference Second Team. 

Honoring the outstanding women soccer athletes, Coach Paul Gwin presented the following 
awards: Erica Spelbring, All-Conference, Academic All-Conference, and Most Valuable Forward; 
Missy Perkins, All-Conference Second Team, Academic All-Conference, and Coach's Award; 
Melinda Johnson, All-Conference and Academic All-Conference; Erin Corcoran, All-Conference 
Second Team and Most Improved Player; Rhesa Houston, All-Conference, Most Valuable De- 
fender, and GACC Player of the Year; Jordan Lunday, All-Conference and Most Valuable Player; 
Sara Borchers, All-Conference and Freshman of the Year; Nicole Brown, All-Conference Second 
Team; Stephanie Siler, All-Conference; and Kelly Mitchell, All-Conference Second Team. Coach 
Gwin was awarded GACC Coach of the Year. 

Coach Terry Martin honored the following outstanding volleyball athletes. Laura Deweese was 
the recipient of the Coach's Award; Kelly Ledford, Most Valuable Player; Tracy Westrom, Best 
Offensive Player; Carrie Pluto, Best Defensive Player; assistant coach Sara Morrow and Erica 
Carver, Most Improved. 

On April 28, 1999, the spring sports banquets recognized the basketball, baseball, and softball 
teams. The cheerleading squad was honored as well. Piedmont men's basketball award recipients 
were Roderick Conley, Scholar Athlete; Stacy Francis, Best Defensive Player; Jarvis Towns, Most 
Valuable Player; James Barron, Coca-Cola Minority Achievement Award; Chris Hairston, Lions 
Award; and Jimmie Jones, Most Improved. The women's basketball award recipients were 
Gretchen Green, Scholar Athlete Award; Jennifer Taylor, Lady Lions Award; Jamie Childs, Coach's 
Award; Hieu Huynh, Best Defensive Player; and Eva Taylor, Most Valuable Player and Coach 
Cave Memorial Scholarship Award. 

Baseball Coach Steve Harwood presented the Team Captain Awards to Rick Peel and Matt 
Miner. Mark Prater was named Most Improved, while the Hustle Award went to Eric Zupko. The 
Best Defensive Player Award went to Richard Scott. Clint Fair was the team's Winningest Pitcher 
and was named the Most Valuable Player. Shane Seabolt was named the team's Scholar Athlete and 
also received the Athletic Club's H.B. Forester Scholarship. 

The softball team awards were presented by Coach Terry Martin. The Captain Awards went to 
Kelly Holt and Stephanie Siler. Holt was also named the team's Most Valuable Player, and Siler 
was recognized as the Best Defensive player. Tracy Westrom was named the team Scholar Athlete, 
and Brianne Coates was named Most Improved and she received the Coach's Award. The Highest 
Batting Average award went to Leslie Januszewki. 

Also, athletic trainer Kelly McGlocklin presented student trainer awards to Karen Kaiser, Shanna 

Rousseau, and Michael Towsen. 

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Soccer award recipients from left, 
Jeff LaBarbera, Anthony Pearson, Tony 
Roessler, Keith Cowart, Scott Borchers, 
Coach Jason Smith, Eric Schurke, and 
Leonard Cheiaua. Not pictured, Melvin 
Montoya and Santiago Herrera. 



Volleyball award recipients from left, 
Coach Terry Martin, Laura Deweese, 
Kelly Ledford, Tracy Westrom, Carrie 
Pluto, Sara Morrow, and Erica Carver. 



Baseball award recipients back row from 
left, Clint Fair, Shane Seabolt, Matt Miner, 
and Richard Scott. Front row from left, 
Coach Steve Harwood, Mark Prater, Eric 
Zupko, and Rick Peel. 



Soccer award recipients from left, Erica 
Spelbring, Missy Perkins, Melinda 
Johnson, Erin Corcoran, Coach Paul 
Gwin, Rhesa Houston, Jordan Lunday, 
Sara Borchers, and Nicole Brown. Not 
pictured, Stephanie Siler and Kelly 
Mitchell. 




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Keith Banks and Sara Billings 
enjoy their night out on the 
town. 




The camera captures this couple 
flashing their winning smiles. 



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Spring Formal 




Good friends sharing a good time at 
the 1999 Spring Formal. 




Hey, look! No one spikes the punch bowl 
on our watch! 





Betsy Augustine and Chris Hairston 
share a memorable evening. 



John Ahnen and Brandy Smith 
take a break from dancing to pose 
for the camera. 




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Dustin Hurst and Amy Jenkins 





Christine Sweet 




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Fairlight Dover and John Barclay 



Kristin Hart 



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Meichell Layton 



Christa Reigner and Dave Limbach 





Alan Schoen 



Mark Wheaton 





Christin Gresham 



Adriane Schnaak 




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Jonathan Skelton and Jennifer Malcolm 



Tyson Williams 




Will Beerman 




Michael Stratton 




Michelle Rawdin 




Mindy Totherow 



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Rebecca Dover 



Kevin Hebert and Leslie Januszewki 





Rhesa Houston 



Lee Evans and Andrew Olsen 





Nolan McSparran 



Melissa Bagwell and Nicole St. John 




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1998-1999 




Back Row L to R, Nikki Bartman and Dionne Rosser, Editor. Front Row L 
to R, Christin Gresham and Melissa Nichols. Not Pictured, Dr. Stephanie 
Almagno, Faculty Advisor; Kim Stolhman, Co-editor; Michael Stratton, 
Mandy Flanders, Natalie Throneberry, Adrianne Christmas, Suzanne Mace, 
Sara Jones, and John Hays. Special thanks to David Price for photographs. 



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