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Trampleasure, Grace Tranter, Lisa Tull, David Turk, Keith Ultan, Sarah Valenzuela, Nicolas Valle, Theodore Vasquez, Maria Vasquez, Eddie Vasquez, Patricia Vaughn, Deevya Vernon, Letitia Wacht, Tracy Wade, Kim Wakida, Lance Walls, Vickie Walters, Robert Wardlaw, Kathleen Washington, Denise Watkins, Matthew Waxman, Danny Weltzer, Shelly White, Emmanuel White, Karen Whitehouse, Doug Whittle, Toni Wicher, David Wilkerson, Vicki Williams, Andrea Williams, Billie Williams, Chris Williams, David Williams, Freetia Williams, Ida Williams, Karen Williams, Lauren Williams, Lorraine Williams, Nancy Williams, Walter Willis, Todd Wilson, Aubrey Wilson, Denise Wilson, Janice Wolfe, Mark Wolfson, Judith Wong, Leah Woods, Lewis Woolsey, Robin Wright, Peter Yee, John Yoon, Sang Yost, Carl Yuen, Arthur Yuen, Lois Zalocha, Chris King has become one of the main parts of my life. I’ll spend almost one quarter of my life going to school, and King, at present, is that portion of my life. I go to school to learn, and with the knowledge I receive from King, I work to better my mind and body. Though I respect King for its strive to t each students, there are some aspects of King that displease me. I resent the way some teachers run their classes, but I agree with others. I think King has not put in a full effort to please its students, though things have been, and are being done. In King I have gone through many changes that have bettered me, and probably worsened me, but in King I have always felt a certain satisfaction as I finish one semester and prepare for the next. Alan Shaw 31
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Rochlin, David Rogers, Janet Rosenfeld, Anne Royal, Vernon Rubach, Katherine Ruff, Adrienne Sakurai, Dennis Salem, Wendy Sampson, Doug Sanchez, Agustin Sancid, Monica Sander, Reginold Scharlack, Heather Schellhase, David Scherer, Jim Schmalz, Gregg Schwartz, Justin Schwartzbart, Michael Scott, Chandra Seid, Dickie Sessions, David Seward, Herman Shaffer, Marc Shapiro, Justine Shaw, Alan Shaw, Stewart Shogren, Mary Sieh, Kathy Simmons, Kenny Simmons, Mark Singleton, Darin Sloan, Michelle Smith, Derrell Smith, Jacob Smith, Emily Smith, Katherine Smith, Marlon Snyder, Donald Snyder, Ronald Solovay, Daniel Spearman, George Spears, Eric Spears, Monica Staal, Frederik Stampp, Jenny Stevens, Mark Stewart, Fay Stewart, Lealand Suess, Steve Super, John Swine, Jeff Sudduth, Trent Tatmon, Yvette Taylor, Allan Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Miles Taylor, Sam Thomas, Martha Thomas, Maria Thomas, Paris Thomas, Tina Thompson, Eric Torres, Ana Torres, Carolina
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AFTER THE BELL Bayliss, Sonya Beglinger, Jay Briggs, Hilary Buckley, Tamara Burroughs, Ken Butler, Eric Cazden, Audrey Crews, Ingrid Echols, Jean Fogerty, Jeff Goman, Jenny Gray, Lenise Helgensen, Kim Hofmann, Joan Hughes, Valerie Johnson, Terry Keys, Karen Lamson, Ellen Laster, Lisa Mallach, Kenneth Marshall, Carla Maung, Mike McWilliams, Susan Nakaso, Laurie Parks, Toni Riasanovsky, Maria Rothchild, Robert Scherer, Jim Shaffer, Mark Shapiro, Justine Shaw, Allan Thayer, Nina Thomas, Maria Tranter, Lisa Travis, Roderick Vernon, Letita Walters, Robert Williams, Esther “Well, be that way, then! " “Aren’t we studious!” Martini Rossi on the rocks “All right, who put the rubber cement on this pillar?!”
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