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(left) has been in charge of production of the Cal State Fulle ton yearbool for the past two years. He will graduate with a B.A. in journalism in the Spring of 1998, after which he hopes to go to work as a reporter for a major newspap or magazine. In his two years working for the CSU yearbook, Nathan has done several things related to the production of the book: orga nization, writing, photography and layout. His favorite part of the job was the ability to be creative with layout design and the chance to come in contact with many people all over campus. This is his last year working on the yearbook. Besides working on the yearbook, Nathan also works for the Daily Titan cam- pus newspaper, is involved with President ' s Scholars and Student Alumni Association and works in the Titan Student Union. igti iani Mf 111 (right) spent his last semester at Cal State Fullerton working on the yearbook. In his time at Fullerton, he was a standout on the successful men ' s soccer team and this year helped organize Communications Week. He graduated in May with a B.A. in public relations. Damien ' s contributions to this yearbook in- cluded spending many hours interviewing clubs, researching sports teams, writing copy and laying out pages. We thank him and wish him well in his new job in public relations with the Anaheim Splash. The staff 94 Pat Pai iid JOi Ro B Jin Kai rep Bu ■eas Da ;om ■Pa m
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has been the staff advisor on the yearbook for the past two years, and is I |he Assistant Director of Alumni Relations. She is a graduate of Cal State Fullerton (B.A. Comparative Literature, 1995) and is currently pursuing her master ' s degree in public ad- ministration. Thanks to all who helped us eFulle ■ Hew ithe IS to go eCSUI things c orga jyou ' iitytt -ROM THE EDITOR: MEL. I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR THE GREAT EXPERIENCE ND THE GREAT FUN I HAVE HAD WORKING FO R YOU THESE PAST TWO YEARS. :OULDNT HAVE ASKED FOR A BETTER BOSS OR A BETTER FRIEND WITH WHOM wspapE rO GO THROUGH THIS YEARBOOK ORDEAL. IF WE EVER SPEND OUR ENTIRE SPRING BREAK TOGETHER AGAIN. LET ' S MAKE SURE WE SPEND IT IN A PLACE A ITH LOTS OF WAVES AND SAND, f oocf es There are many people who need to be thanked for their help and contributions to the ompletion of this year ' s book: he -Ml the photographers and writers from the Daily Titan without whom there would have been noth- ly ig to fill many of our pages: Miguel Vasconcellos, James Meier, Erin Wiiiteside, Eric L.| flantucci, Yuiciko Fujisawa, Bryan Ventura. rMei Franks and tiie staff at Sports Media Relations for providing valuable statistics, informa- ook, Idd and photos about Titan athletic teams. ncam- 5jjjgf t ' f " at O ' Donnell for providing many of the photographs of various campus events. iaton .Paula Selleck, Director of Media Relations, for loaning us pictures, keeping us informed of events n. pd answering tons of questions. ! loe Ochoa, whose artistic talents adorn the cover of this book. Roland Madrid, Public Affair ' s Student Assistant, for his graphic expertise in creating a cover age out of a drawing. lim Volz for his photographs of CSUF ' s award winning theatre, and dance performances. Kathy and Stacey from Portraits by Kathy Inc. for photographing the class of ' 97, Commence- lent, and other events. t Buzz Ponce, Carlos Mejia and Carol Cooper of Jostens, for being flexible with deadlines and f passuring through our shortcomings. ii. l plash Perkins and the staff at Scholastic Advertising for acquiring ads from the surrounding )mmunity. itricia Boggs, Director of Alumni Programs and Services for all of her encouragement and sup- ort. OPENING NEW DOORS 95
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