Swarthmore College - Halcyon Yearbook (Swarthmore, PA)

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Iurd said bv the ancients to breed in a floating nest on a sea at winter solstice, and to charm wind and waves into calm for the purpose. : leasingl) or idyllically calm or peaceful. Halcyon days: a rime of peace and happiness. I an we deal with the storm. ' Like the I lal yon, we will someday soar, hut for now, we II tin ■ • arthmorc Perhaps they are not carefree, hut these days are likely CO have provided arid memories. Within the following pages are the times, places, and people thai have tributed to the Hah yon days we will remember. s 1 i fiTHAfyfo ATHLETICS 14 16 ■ " felt •Vdmaii; 17 President David Fraser President ' s Office: Patricia Whitman (EO office) with Super David, Diane Watson, Margaret Giovannini, Leah Smith. Seated: Christy Ann Fusco. 18 Deans ' Office: First Row: Gay Jackson, Associate Dean Richard Schuldenfrei, Susan Smythe. Second Row: Assistant Dean Cigus Vanni, Gil Stott, Dean Janet Dickerson. ; :«|f li i Planned Giving: Margaret Nikelly, Cindy Rossley, Anne Bonner. |im ' .ii m.i II [ i 1 1 ' ,i hi I ;k ilities 19 Admissions: First Row: Richard Di Feliciantonio, Ellen Dolski Second Row: Barbara Hadly, Paula Lee, Wallace Ayres, Hannah Swallow, David Walter Third Row: Gloria Thomas, Agnes Shonert, Phyllis Raymond, Dean Robert A. Barr. ■ ii it to to to ■ « to to iti Religious Advisors Psychological Services: Scott Curtis, Diane Kirk. 20 Psychological Services: Leighton Whitaker, Paula Rosen, Birgitte Haselgrove, Angela Gillen. Business Office: First Row: Maureen March, Susan Verner with Michael Second Row: Ellen Augsberger, Jean Raisch, Nancy Sheppard, Laura McLaughlin, Ernestine Greindling. Jean English. Louisa Ridgway, Meryle Rinker, Peggy Thompson. Public Relations: Jackie Flink, Renee Whitham, Lorna Shurkin. Bookstore Staff: First Row: Barbara Hickey, Christine Hourican, Joan Feldman Second Row: Dennis Kent, Jane Johnson, Greg Smirin, Drew Haney. Al Roth, Head of Auxiliary Services 22 f , Gloria Evans, Foreign Student Advisor Registrar: |ai I M llins. :, H .r ' . • Kenm teMlJ • t Alumni Office: first Row: Ann Geer, Sherry Pnr ne Wilder. Mimi Geiss. Second Row: ' . trid Devam V ■ iger Williams, Marilyn Gillespie. Worth Health Center: Carol Ronan, Barbara Smetana. ( in mil Libra [ ' op to Bottom I in. Hi iril awa Mar) M ( irath Mi ;■ Sp ni er. • The beauty of our campus is due to the time and effort of many people, some of whom are pictured here. becuritv Associate Director of Sec urity Owen Redgrave • ■ ■ the Fall 8 I rainen 27 Annual Funds: Doug Hasbrouck, Carole Forsythe, Michele Sharkey, Betsy Macintosh. Alumni Gift and Records: Robin Mobley, Pauline Metzidakis, Jeanette Kalesnik, Josephine Younkin, Betty Campbell, Diane Brown. Development: First Row: Curt Lauber, Sally Fullam, Rose DiComillo, Sandie Bell. Second Row: Nancy Lehman ' 87, Mary Jane Smedley ' 43, Jerome Blackman ' 87, John Owen, Judith Pagliaro. 28 Corporations and Foundation Relations: Karen Hoover. Elizabeth Arter, Karen Evans. Kay Golden. Music: First 1 ' • ■ ' Gerald Levin on Ethel Idlecte Jud) Lord George Huber.James Freeman, Dorotl man, Bertl haron Fried ler, Petei Gram Swing Robert Smari Aim McName !9 Engineering: First Row: James Schaub, Nelson Macken, Arthur McGarity Second Row: Frederick Orthlieb, Lynne Molter, Farug Siddiqui, Eric Cheever, H. Searl Dunn. Mathematics: Edward Skeath, Don Shimamoto, Helene Shapiro, Gudmund Iversen, Eugene Klotz. Computer Science: Margaret Christensen, David Saunders, Barbara Niebruegge. 30 Phvsics: First Row: Olexa Bilaniuk. John Boccio Second Row: Mark Heald. Frank Moscatelli. John Gaustad, Paul Mengelsdorf, Terje Void. Chemistry: First Row: Ginger Indivero, Rosario Vilaplana, Dixie Andrews, Robert Pasternack Second Row: Ursula Davis, Peter Thompson, Robert Fisher Third Row: Yun- ti Chen, Judith Voet, Margaret Lehman, James Bell Fourth Row: Thomas Stephenson, Scott Hill, Jack Sutherland, Francisco Gonzales-Vilchez, James Hammons. Biolog] ' Icnna Sprang, Nancy • with V. In Barl tra " .wart, Rachel Men ' ' ■- rin Pfannenstiehl, Johnjenkin I - I Row Karen Crawford, Jonai ' : ■ Darlene Brai Flic kinj ■ lake Markjacobi Tim Williami Brian redd G • « ' ■ WJ y Mill Mil History: First Row: Kathryn Morgan, Robert DuPlessis, Stephen Bensch. Second Row: Marjorie Murphy, Jerome Wood, Harrison Wright. Sociology Anthropology: First Row: Robin Wagner-Pacifici, Steven Piker, Joy Charlton Second Row: Asmarom Legesse, Jennie Keith, Braulio Munoz, Steven Borish. Philosophy: Richard Eldridge, Hans Oberdiek, Debra Satz, Mary Tiles, James Tiles. Linguistics: Donna Jo Napoli. Roger Woodard. Psychology: First Row: Barrj S liw.m Amy I )emoresi I )( in Kr in ilds SfCOIld I ' Allen S hneidei I )( 1. 1 .i.i I ! ■ Didi I3i |ulia elboi e I Third I ■ Ken Gergen 1 1 ' .in Peabodj 13 Religion: William Frost, Amy-Jill Levine with Sara, Eileen McElrone (Sec), Donald Swearer, Linwood Urban, Jr. Art: Randall Exon, Michael Cothren, Diane O ' Donoghue, T. Kaori Kitao, Joyce Na ata. Physical Education Athletics: First Row: Mark Harkins, Patricia Trinder, Douglas Weiss, Francis Meagher, Michael Mullen Second Row: Gomer Davies, Eleano Hess, Karen Russo, Marie Mancini, Lee Wimberly, Ernest Prudente, Susan Davis Robert Williams, Octavius Holland, Gaile Rockey. Black Cultural Center Christmas dinner, 1987. First Row: Antoine Gayles, Andrew Louden, Clayvon Harris, Joan Cargill ' 89 Second Row: John Byars, Fred Marsh, Alex Porter Third Row: Olato Sam, Cedric Brown, Allison Anderson, Alison Carter, Aisah Simmons, Shelley Grayson Fourth Row: Robert Moore (guest), Lisa Brown, Treavor Jones, Tammy King, Marguerite Simpkins, Damien Jackson, Chevaughn Jones, Ken Reeves, Joan Cargill ' 88, Keith Reeves Fifth Row: Garikai Campbell, Carlene LeBlanc, Kofi Kwakwa, Aria Davis, Cathy Neblett, Tracy Stokes, Debbie Branker, Tonya Bairs, Robin Bennefields Sixth Row: Marty Hunt, Derek Williams, Tracy Collins, Melissa Edwards, Janene Kettrell, Mallory Easter, ?, Anthony Blasingame, Richard Lamb, Sebra Bryant. WSRN: Ruth Rosenhotz, Jonathan Kulick. Tarble: Cathrine Cotman, Marguerite Simpkins. 36 Alice Paul " omen ' s Center: First Row: Laura Lomas. Gina Siesing (intern), Tami Kellog Second Row: Ellie Weiss. Mikhala Woodward, Elizabeth ' oh. Deborah Bacharach Not Pictured: Dolly Setton. Beckv Sharpless. Gwen Riles, Kathy King, Hanne Weedon. Mina Baisch. S X || of 1 in. Mr. ' I i " i. ii ' if ' . The Phoenix: First Row: Bridget Drury, Andy Flosdorf, Nick Jesdanun, Nanette Bertaut, Steve Burd, Georgia Rucker, Andrew Afflerbach. Second Row: Dan Kaufman, David Landau, Togo Travalia, Fred Horch, Amy Bloom, Ben Rothfield. The Club: First Row: Courtland Reichman, Martin Hebel, Leslie MacAvoy, Scott Maines, Leslie Abbey, Amanda Bickel. Second Row: Julia DeAlmeida, Tanya Boudreau, Jason Weiner, Heidi Houlihan, Chris Schleisinger. Orchestra i t£ S4« Gospel Choir 40 SASS (Swarthmore Afro-American Student ' s Society) Delta Upsilon First Row: Joe Higgins, Tim Childers, Neel Shah, Bill Heyman, Joe Switzenberg, Steve Gandia, Keyvan Amir-Arjomand, Marshall Happer. Second Row: Kirk Paluska, Chris Collins, Rob Butch, John Sakow, Michael Bird, Geor ge Maris, Helder Melendez. Phi Omicron Psi First Row: Sanjit Korde, Jason Cummins, Mike Gittelman. Second Row: Jesse Springer, Adam Cooper. Dave Maybee, Darren Doherty, Chris Brutzman, Ron Barrett. Third Row: Bart Kilpatrick. Neil Cockerill, Dan Cody, Sal Tranchina, Paul Harrison, Pete Boyle. Phi Sigma Kappa 13 Safewalk: Lying: Jim Sailer. First Row: Sanjit Korde, Josh Room, Christina Saunders, Alex Curtis, Ken Leonard. Second Row: Noah Poston, Mike Harnish, Joseph Razza, Mark Silverman, David Philhower, Brian Zikmund, Stephen Wise, Alex Vishio. Sixteen Feet: First Row: John Roberts, Bob Scher, Roger Hill, Darin Weyhrich. Second Row: Scott Kisker, Dave Lesbon, Jeff O ' Dell, D.J. Baxter. 44 uggling Club: Will McCabe Social Committee: Suzy Buckley, R egina Maisog, Kelly Meagher, Allison Anderson. Mephisto ' s: [am I I rlii I ' ,i 1 1 1 Gilman V Another enthralling Student Council meeting. The Visit 46 47 Drama Board Presents The 5th of July •ni 21-23 f 6=00 p. lirble - in - CUhier % arlfliMBre ' College 010 ' 1 Avenue- Originally Produced on Broadway by Robert Stigiuood and MCA, Inc., by Special Arrangement with Dauid Land Original Broadway Production Conceived by Tom O ' Horgan 48 A fc-v. f the many fact in choral and instrumental groups 19 •ODAK SAFETY FILM 5063 KODAK SAFETY jAFETV FILM 5063 ODAK SAFETY FILM 5063 QDAK TX S063 KODAK SAFETY FILM 5063 •■ ' ■■ l ' t KODAK TX 5063 KODAK TX 5063 lit ' k tt m " SAFETY FtLM 5063 KODAK SAFETY FtLM S063 ODAK SAFETY FtLM 5063 50 51 52 Football L W L L L W L L L L Widener Johns Hopkins Gettysburg Ursinus Muhlenberg Farleigh-Dickinson Dickinson Franklin Marshall Western Maryland Allegheny 54 First Row: Tri-captains Joe Swtizenberg, Ron Barrett and Steve Gandia. Second Row: Brian Jones, Dave Teszler, Chip Atkinson, Damien Jackson, Jon Alexander, Pete Boyle. Third Row: David Buek, John Haegele, Marc D ' Arienzo, Mark Kenward, Bob McCann. Martin Hunt, Tim Marlarkey, Brian Thompson. Fourth Row: Ben Pully, Chris Collins, Joe Palovick, Tom Dee, Ken Spengler, Marshall Happer, Duane Seward, Jay Peichel. Fifth Row: Bill Martin, Kirk Paluska, Luke Mulligan, Helder Melendez, Tony Quinn, Chris Walsh, Tim Peichel, Kevin Roy. Sixth Row: Greg Selverian, Steve Toy, Antoine Gayles, Gregg Bassett, Rob Butch, Joe Higgins, Jerry Buggy. Seventh Row: Jerry Goubeaux, Mark Selverian, Jim Gunshenan, Robert Barker, Bill Heyman. Standing: Bill Egan, Steve Davis, Ben Cohen, Fran Meagher, Len Crowley, Dom Scamuffa, Dave Lester. The Senior members of the Garnet Tide. Our fearless captains. . 21 Field Hockey W Glassboro State 4-0 R Drew 1-1 W Kings 4-2 L Eastern 2-3 W Philadelphia Textile 4-0 W Kutztown 2-0 L Frostburg 1-3 W Bentley 2-1 W Widener 4-0 W Albright 5-0 W Manhattanville 3-1 L Elizabethtown 1-4 W Cabrini 5-1 W Immaculata 2-1 L Lebanon Valley 2-0 W Bryn Mawr 5-1 W Haverford 4-2 W Muhlenberg 3-0 W Washington 3-1 W Mt. Holyoke 3-0 W Bryn Mawr 3-1 L Wellesley 1-3 Seated: Katie. Kyle, Coach Mary Sue Christopher, Lee Fineman, Penny Berrier, Schuyler, Coach Gaile Rockey, Andrea Gagner. Standing: Charlotte Greenewalt, Jackie Trockenbrod, Sara Ranck, Michele Pokorny, Robin Shiels, Caroline Curry, Beth McGinley, Kathy 56 Cindy and Whitney Coaches Gail and Mary Sue Stevens, Whitney Nelson, Ashley Litton, Annie Fetter (co-captain), Pam Pierce (co-captain), Nancy Bacon, Susanna Blake, Jane D ' Alonzo, Cindy Thomas. Men ' s Soccer Things to remember . . . Dude ' s Jock lap . . . Curt ' s stupid jokes . . . Brighton Rangers . . . bacon, bacon, Siegle . . . Kevin Seitz . . . " World class " ... Liz Suda . . . " Swi " . . . " Thud " . . . " Taz " . . . " Schleppy " . . . 700 club . . .Jay ' s . . Touch of Grey . . . . . The win? . . . Captain ' s . . 10-6-1 . . . The corner . . . Seniors . . . Doug . . . Paul . . Rob . . . Jay Driving " Sugar " practice Jim? . . . . . Phil " We were a class act: we won with class and we lost with class " 58 Kevin Bill, Rob Culp Paul H rl KevinHall Bill Sweidel Kevin Stiroh Dan Bock Georg Lynch Matt Rudolph I Greg Bill Ir " ) ' Oliverja Desai Rob Culp Khalid Mohammed Phil Cavaliei I ramial Paul Vl ' ,lr • ■ " ' ' • :: Ban Dan ■ D Mike Hitchman Assistant G)ach Kevin Seits 59 Women ' s Soccer L Delaware Club 0-7 L Dickinson 1-5 W Lafayette 4-0 L Elizabethtown 2-3 L LaSalle 3-5 W Manhattonville 3-0 L F M 1-4 L W. Maryland 1-3 T W. Chester Club 1-1 L Gettysburg 0-2 L Scranton 0-2 W Beaver 3-1 L Penn Club 0-2 T Bryn Mawr 1-1 L Drew For L Messiah 3-6 W St. Joseph ' s 2-0 L Haverford 1-2 First Row: Kristen Wilde, Alicia Kikuchi, April Silverman, Val Lieber, Lauren Worsh (co-captain), Nina Livingston (co-captain), Julie Gardner, Cathy Price, Claire Hartten. Second Row: Coach Nick Fiora, Jeannine Mastre, Laura Minionis, Maeve Juran, Julie Plastino, Lynne Maybee, Kristen Tucker, Allison Oman, Amanda Cummings, Dawn Rheingans, Carrie Schum, Sarah Sullivan, Adriane Budavari, Mark Harkins. 60 Knsten Claire ■M r .1 ■ X_- ■» ' J ( ' Hi Women ' s Cross Country ?- ! PHJ| LB First Row: Rachel Durkee, Sara Palmer, Maricel Santos, Jodi Rubinstein, Margaret Cooley. Second Row: Jill Earley, Nanette Bertaut, Jeanne Dennis, Talya Gubbay, Laura Lichter. Third Row: Kitty Keller, Jenneane Jansen, Hannah Elsing, Bonnie Spear, Lisa Byrne, Sarah Gaichas. I Ht, K K Be figf -ijtlfr.. flP jWgW r c-- Golden Bear CI. 2nd of 4 W Widener 50-15 w Pharmacy 50-15 w Eastern 50-15 w Bryn Mawr 38-22 w Delaware Valley 44-17 Dickinson Inv. 1st of 12 Seven Sisters 5th of 7 P.A.I.A.W. 1st of 10 L F M 37-18 L Johns Hopkins 30-25 MAC 5th of 21 NCAA Div. Ill 5th of 26 All mid -east region — Bernardsville beds — Captain wolt savs ... — Del-val mud — Everybody do the banana dance — Fennel is the spice of life — God we crushed the alumni — How would this affect sal? — I did not realize you guvs were this good — Jeremy ' s in. Jeremy ' s in — Kafka — Lost in rid ley creek state park, the hanlon crisis - - Mobile party unit — Nationals — Omni two — Parrish parties — Recruiting. ' - - Scranton should not have celebrated — Tom didn ' t mean to go the wrong way at drew — Ultimate frisbee — Villanova women — What a bunch of egg heads — Xenophobe — Yogurt heads — Zany -- Yes skaff. three guys in front of you — Xylophone — Will McCabe — Vishton. this is the station director for wsrn . . . Men ' s Cross Country first Row; )• k Kliebei lorn Graham, Sal Genovese, Wolfram nek.Jerei Fand Ro i r ' Marx. Will M ( abi Brad Skillman, Jacob Holl Second Row: Coach ) • Stefanowicz Scott Maines, Roger Weber, Andreas B Ken Leonard, c.liiin Sivaraksa Paul Harrison Chris Lyford, John Hanloi Mack Smith Ed Miller Coach Petei .11 W Widener 45-17 W Eastern 44-19 W Pharmacy 50-15 W Johns Hopkins 46-16 W Delaware Valley 43-18 W F M 29-26 L Ursinus 20-36 L Haverford 22-37 W Muhlenberg 50-15 W Scranton 35-22 MAC ' S 5th NCAA Fast Region 4th 63 Women ' s Tennis Team Members: Joanna Berkinsky, Leslie Donato, Heather Hart, Laurie Power, Jen McDowell, Susanne Holm, Lauren Smith. Spring Record W Longwood College 9-0 W Mary Baldwin 7-2 W Armstrong State 9-0 L College of Charleston 3-6 L Presbyterian 1-8 L Lafayette 1-8 W Bryn Mawr 7-2 L Temple 3-6 L Haverford 3-6 L Johns Hopkins 3-6 W Widener 6-3 L Trenton State 0-9 W Muhlenberg 8-1 W Ursinus 8-1 L Ftanklin Marshall 1-8 64 • — - f ' vBRS BBtM . 4 ft t J ' ■ ' k ' ii . ' iiWifiT 5jjPs ggTBINIS s 1158 SWARTHMORE COLLEGE 1 f 3- ' 1 Steve Sell. Matt Zurcher. Jim Stahley. Kevin Hahm, Andy Dailey, Andy Mouer, Steve Tignor. Lindsay Williams, Tom Cantine, Coach Mike Mullen. Captain Vivek Varma is missing, but not forgotten. Men ' s Tennis Spring Record W. Millersville. II 5-4 L St. Mary ' s, I 4-5 L UC-Santa Cruz, III 4-5 W Westmont 9-0 W Redlands. Ill 9-0 W Claremont. Ill 5-4 W West Chester, II 6-0 W Boston University, I 7-2 L Washington and Lee, III 2-7 L Columbia, I 1-8 L Princeton, I 1-8 W George Washington, I 6-3 W Washington, MD. Ill 6-3 W Penn State I 7-2 W U of Penn I 6-3 L Temple I 3-6 W Rochester III 8-1 L Navy I 1-8 W Haverford 9-0 W Villanova 6-1 Bloomsburg 65 Men ' s Rugby Kneeling: Toby Bradus, Bruce Hordon, Troy Wood, Adam Sohn, Neil Cockerill, Jesse Springer, John Curran, Rich Brigandi, Dave Pope. Standing: Coach Phil, Will Kelty, Rich Prozzo, Vic Smith, Dave Meyers, Pierre Cesbron, Carol Stratton, Marcus Williams, Francois Picard, Danny Prillaman, John Jeweler, Mark Chronister, John Farrell, Dan Sheehy. Volleyball L Pace U. L Buffalo W Cortland W New Paltz W Plattsburgh L Binghamton 16-14, 14-16, 8-15 6-15, 10-15 15-5, 15-1 15-13, 9-15, 15-13 15-15, 10-15, 15-9 7-15, 9-15 W Washington W Widener W F M W N.Y.U. L Moravian W Rosemont W Newmann W Cabrini 15-15, 8-15, 15-7, 12-15, 15-6 12-15, 15-13, 15-8 15-10, 15-10, 14-16, 15-10 15-8, 15-6 16-4, 15-10 10-15, 15-4, 12-15, 15-13, 9-15 15-10, 15-17, 15-12, 15-13 15-3, 15-3 W Muhlenberg 15-10, 10-15, 15-11, 10-15, 15-8 W Lebanon Valley 15-9, 15-11 L Ursinus 12-15, 9-15, 13-15 L Gettysburg 7-15, 11-15 W Bryn Mawr 14-16, 15-11, 15-6, 15-6 9-15, 15-8, 15-4 10-15, 15-4, 16-14 15-8, 15-5 7-15, 5-15, 3-15 7-15, 11-15, 4-15 WHaverford 8-15,15-11,15-6,8-15, 15-9 W Johns Hopkins 15-8, 15-13 W Bryn Mawr 11-15. 15-13, 15-5 W Catonsville 8-15, 15-9, 15-9 W Phila. Pharmacy 15-4, 15-8 W N.E. Christian 15-10, 13-15, 15-1 W Haverford 15-2, 8-15, 15-7 L Delaware Tech. 10-15,15-13,10-15 L Glassboro 4-15, 2-15 W Wilmington 10-15, 16-14, 15-8 W Allentown 15-8, 15-8, 15-3 W Delaware Valley 15-6, 15-6 W Vassar W Columbia W Mt. Holyoke L Wellsley L Columbia L Moravian L Messiah L Albany L Catholic U. W Ursinus 8-15, 11-15 8-15, 11-15 5-15, 12-15 8-15, 15-4, 9-15 forfeit L Haverford 14-16, 8-15, 15-6, 15-8 68 Kneeling: Hui-Chung Tong, Joanne Kramer. Second Row: Coach Sue Davis, Teresa Scurto, Julia Dallman, Kristen Dorrity, Vida Praitis, Coach Dale Strawbridge. Third Row: Barb Schaefer, Christine Roy, Susan Flink, Jennifer Heister (co-captain), Cindy Morton (co-captain), Peyton Bray (manager). Gooooo Garnet, go, go, go . . . 1, 2, 3, TOGETHER, NOW! . . . comebacks from 3-13, 5-13, 7-13 . . . injuries — Christine . . . taking Muhlenberg and Haverford to 5 games at home (and winning) . . . crying at Cabrini: 12 hours, 6 matches, 17 games (and losing the finals) . . . asleep at Gettysburg . . . Mom and Dad Kramer . . . fans!!! . . . Men ' s Club team . . . more injuries — Sue Barbara at once? — just kidding! . . . coach ' s driving . . . who ' s setting?! 6-2, 4-2, 5-3, 5-1! . . . who ' s got the middle? . . . Call it! . . . " I am not whining " . . . strawberry shortcake . . . ham sandwiches again . . . Josh, Peyton, Olivier, Chris, Jan, Peter, Roger, Reinald, Neil . . . roses for the Seniors (Thanks guys!!) . . . PAIAW: tri-champs? co-champs? champs?! — Will Hui-Chung it ever end?!!! Good Luck next year! Seated: Manx Tuhn. Scott Sucher. Mike Rometo. Alf DuPuv. Ned Prescott. Chris Marquardt. Brad Mittman. Francois Picard. Will Keltv. Perrv Deess. Geotr Herrera, Marcus Williams. Shawn MacLaren. Standing: Coach Moehlmann. Kevin Hood, Rezwan Hussain. Paul Waldman. Dave Mavbee. Fred Horch. Erik Wilk, Reinald rr. left Peterson. Chris Beccone. Tim Skeen. DJ. Baxter, Conrad Bender, Kofi Kwakwa. Amir Maini. Men ' s JV Soccer Lis. fctf During the L988 season, Swarthmore saw its best season in the recent history of Men ' s JV Soccer. The team benefitted from the leadership of many Seniors, resulting in a 9-4-2 record. 69 Women ' s Rugby 70 Seated: Jennifer McDiarmid, Corrie Lathan, Linda Hockey, Angie Hexum, Janet Derbyshire. Second Row: Erika Barks, Elizabeth Bell, Tanya Boudreau, Gretchen Meller, Carolyn Comiskey, Stephanie Snow, Christina Saunders, Kari Bachman, Gina Siesing, Jen Grasso. Third Row: Coach Alex Curtis, Lauren Woodward, Jennifer Abercrombie, Debbie Vagins, Carolyn Black, Tamar DiFranco, Georgia Rucker, Jennifer Ruth, Kathy Seidl, Claire Ingulli, Cathy Chong, Lisa Harris, Coach Dave Pope. m- WlUI I Swarm try 4i ' rh JPZ3Em • 5S - — •rtvj ' -i: ; 71 Cheerleading Shannon Golden-Schubert, Jen Hayes, Tonia Bair, Theresa Flanagan (captain), Marguerite Simpkins, Jo-Ann Wiechecki, Sherry Noble. 72 jerite ' . Men ' s Basketball Carlos L Drew 60-80 W R.I.T. 89-84 W Messiah 90-77 L Dickinson 69-92 L Spring Garden 74-80 L Washington (MO) 56-90 L Amherst 53-81 L Ursinus 38-63 L Muhlenberg 72-74 L Moravian 49-76 L St. Mary ' s 66-92 L Alvernia 79-84 L F M 35-84 L Widener 60-72 L Washington (MD) 41-79 L Washington (MD) 43-85 L Johns Hopkins 68-101 L Widener 47-55 L Pharmacy 47-59 W Haverford 57-54 L Johns Hopkins 75-79 W Neumann 73-49 w Penn State 83- 69 L Ursinus 88-104 W Haverford 63-54 Warren The season ' s highlights included two victories over rival Haverford and co-captain Joe Kosco scored his 1.000th point in his last Swarthmore game. ' aptain |o K (co-i aptain) Pal M( ( auli ond Rov ' ' Kourakos, Warren Houghteling |im Jones, Mike Greenstom |a ier Pro Chris McCabi 1-. Wimberl SI M cLaren Felix L ' Armand Georgi Maris Dave Anton) Mil ischal Ed Behrman Fourth Ro lohn Alton Alex McDonnell Elliot Smith Bob Bronkema Fran Cuttita 75 Women ' s Basketball Co-captain Jen Truscott (left) concluded her Swarthmote basketball careet with 1,074 points. 76 First Row: Jeanette Krutzfeldt, Sarah Newland, Cat Paulson, Barbara Schaefer, Jen Truscott (co- captain i. Annie Fetter (co-captain), Janice Hudgings. Second Row: Chung Han, Coach Debbie Lvtle. Lee Fineman. Elizabeth North, Sonja Fritts, Beth Fecko, Coach Michele Sharp, Liz Clarke. 77 Wrestling L Delaware Valley 2-43 W Delaware State 37- 8 W Mansfield State 35-14 L Kean 6-33 L Lycoming 3-44 W Lebanon Valley 34-15 w Haverford 23-21 w Messiah 21- 18 L Glassboro State 13-25 L Delaware 8-29 p3 W Elizabethtown 27-17 41 L Moravian 13-27 yk W Muhlenberg 28- 18 ' ft f ' Wto ' ' " " llWlwi ll W Lebanon Valley 39-16 i ., L U Penn 12-29 i W Baptist Bible 44-8 ' 1 V " ' W ik w Cheyney 24-22 w Rutgers 37-14 V T Wagner 20-20 - m m • w Susquehanna 34-17 41 i • — i w Gettysburg 21-20 r w York 21-20 T I " " ' ' w Eastern Johns Hopkins 45-9 35-12 w L Ursinus 10-32 W LaSalle 22-17 w Widener 34-18 W Lincoln 60-0 - Neil 78 Seated: Cory Hinds, Jay Peichel, Roger Welser, Monty Wilson, Jeff Regen. Second Row: Damian Palovick, Duane Seward, Neil Cockerill, Troy Wood, David Pope. Third Row: Dave Lester, Gomer DAvies, John Shaw, Kai Campbell, Marshall Happer, Steve Gandia, Martin Hunt, Ron Tirpak, Tom Clinton. Roger I uari( • ymnastics L Hofstra Lock Haven 77.95-109.95-117.55 L Ursinus 88.0-114.35 L Lock Haven 79.15-133.70 L Hofstra Hunter 100.5-138.95-118.9 L Ursinus 87.75-129.75 80 Lisa Laurel. Caroline, Carolann i (co i lulia I )allman Lauri n 1 1 1 1 (co ; i mi ( .in. Iimi ( urrj Lisa Bati ' .in J. inn I 1 1 ' i r r Swimming Women ' s Record W Haverford W Franklin Marshall 78-17 W Ursinus 111-62 L Glassboro 92-112 W Elrzabethtown 82-29 W West Chester 121-17 L Johns Hopkins 72-112 L Dickinson 87-96 L U. Pennsylvania 88-121 W Bryn Mawr 171-78 W Western Maryland 66-19 L Gettysburg 47-132 W Widener 121-43 Men ' s Record W Haverford W Franklin Marshall 65-30 W Ursinus 128-36 W Glassboro 120-93 W Elizabethtown 80-14 L West Chester 51-57 L Johns Hopkins 64-116 W Dickinson 108-75 W Western Maryland 74-20 L Gettysburg 87-94 W Widener 135-41 Women ' s team members: Penny Berrier (captain), Kirsten Condry, Jessica Dietrich, Leigh Earls, Mary Grace Folwell, Christine Halstead, Rachael Henriques, Kellie McBroom, Dina Moretti, Laura Nagle, Christine Phillips, Christy Ruff, Caroline Soter, Gretchen VandeWalle, Pam Pierce. Divers: Sara Morrison, Paula Beck. Managers: Teresa Scurto, Ginny O ' Hare. Coach: Sue Davis. Assistant Coaches: Lisa Gravell, Frank Ursomarso. 82 At the MAC championship meet. Swarthmore ' s men and women finished second and third respectively. The men ' s S00 fly relay took second place. 200 medley relay came in first, and Gretchen VandeWalle qualified for Nationals in the 400 individual medley with a time of 4:49.0 " . At Nationals. Gretchen set five new college records and placed l th in the 400 I.M. P»1 . t Men ' s team members: Chris Abbott (co-captain), Keyvan Amir- Arjomand, John Augustine (co-captain), Tim Childers, Raul Cuza, Andy Flosdorf, Andy Garner, Micah Goodman, Roger Hill, Mark Hillier, Stuart Hough, Scott Kisker, Ken Leonard, Steve Lewis, Bruce Maxwell, Todd McGovern, Joel Papke, Kevin Porter, Courtland Reichman, Joe Resovsky, Doug Schremp, Dan Tannenbaum, Heng Vee Wong, Steve Yeaple, Erik Wilk. 83 Badminton Beth W F M 5-0 W Albright 4-1 W F M 5-0 W Widener 5-0 W Drexel 5-0 Men: 5-0 L Bryn Mawr 1-4 W Harcum 5-0 W Rosemont 5-0 W Cedar Crest 5-0 W George Wash. 6-3 W Rosemont 5-0 L Bryn Mawr 0-5 Women ' s Varsity Karen Hales Anita Jayaweera Mamiko Kawai Mina Kim Regina Maisog Beth McCulley Laura Minionis Sharon Seyfarth Becky Sharpless Meera Siddharth Men ' s Team Matthew Barlow Gordon Katz Mike O Connell Alex Porter Jonathan Stillerman Magnus Wennemyr Michael Yu Matt Ohland 84 Mamiko Regina First Row: Doug Gramiak. Andv Ferguson (co-captain), Phil Cavalier, Chris Marquardt. Luke Mulligan, Coach Fran Meagher. Second Row: Mike Gittelman, Jack Ruehson. Cory Hinds, Craig Robin. Dave Teszler (co-captain). Third Row: Kai Campbell. Chris Walsh. Pat Ransom. Marc Stern. Todd McGovem. Fourth Row: loach Lloyd Newton. Elizabeth North (manager), ?, Steve Lewis, Tony Quinn. Fifth Row: Chris McCabe. Carlos Provencio. Helder Melendez, Jerry Goubeaux, Pat Carney. Men ' s Lacrosse L Wooster 6-10 L Hampton-Sydney 6-16 L Franklin Marshall 3-11 L Denison 6-18 L Hartwick 6-13 W Dickinson 13-5 L Colbv 11-12 L Middlebury 3-19 W Drew 10-3 L Sonoma State 14-15 L Villanova 6-15 L Haverford 8-11 L West Chester 6-15 L FDU-Madison 12-13 W Widener 13-7 L Western Maryland 0-16 Women ' s Lacrosse L Johns Hopkins 6-7 W Glassboro 7-2 L Trenton State 3-7 L Gettysburg 4-16 L Drexel 5-6 L Drew 8-12 W Bryn Mawr 21-11 W Textile 20-3 L Villanova 8-12 W Haverford 7-6 W Kutztown 12- 10 W Widener 9-4 L Franklin Marshall 8-9 W Muhlenberg 17-3 fcj First Row: Tanya Vanderbilt, Ashley Litton, Christine Yeh (co-captain), Sue Cook (co- captain), Pam Pierce, Heather Alker. Second Row: Regina Maisog, Lee Fineman, Jeanne Ponessa, Meredith Coffey, Cindy Thomas, Kathy Stevens. Third Row: Portia Chiou, Sarah Mather, Lisa Heath, Robin Shiels, Andrea Gagner, Adrienne Hollander, Becky Volberg. Fourth Row: Charlotte Greenewalt, Michele Pokorny, Paula Beck, Beth McGinley, Seija Surr, Penny Berrier, Cindy Loukides. Fifth Row: Coach Andrea Salisbury, Susy Weiss (trainer), Kristen Tucker, Christine Lehman, Coach Gaile Rockey. f mi The 1988 Varsity Lacrosse team is seen at the left celebrating their victory over Haverford. This triumph sparked a five game winning streak for the lady laxers, and they ended the season second in their MAC division. 87 Track and Field Men ' s Record W Amherst 83-59 W Franklin Marshall 78-67 L Delaware Valley 70.4-74.4 W Widener 70.4-32.2 W Lebanon Valley 94-31 W Muhlenberg 94-54 L Haverford W Messiah 87-77 W Johns Hopkins 87-17 W Albright 80-60 First Row: Will McCabe, Damien Jackson, Tom Graham, Wolfram Urbanek, Jeremy Fand, Shawn Rau, Alex Porter. Second Row: Dan Kaufman, Scott Maines, Ken Leonard, Vic Smith, Sam Cohen, Marty Hunt. Third Row: Andy Fortune, Mike Vischak, Brian Kimble, Paul Harrison, Robert Marx, Chris Lyford, Scott Evans, John MacCauley. Fourth Row: Coach Bob Williams, Peter Carroll, Chim Sivaraksa, John Shakow, Chris Borsa, Jamey Clarke, Chris Collins, Antoine Gayles. L Franklin Marshall L Lebanon Valley W Widener W Delaware Valley L Bryn Mawr W Lebanon Valley L Muhlenberg L Haverford L Messiah L Johns Hopkins L Albright 3 First Row: Rachel Durkee, Jenneane Jansen, Marguerite Simpkins, ?. Second Row: Margaret Cooley, Sarah Gaichas, Michele McDonald, Teresa Scurto. Third Row: Lisa Byrne, l.aina Mohl, Nancy Hughes, Pam Martin. Fourth Row: Maricel Santos, Kitty Keller, Pain Kauffman, l.ynne Maybee. Fifth Row: Bob Mudrick, Larry Ehmer, I )amien, 89 Baseball W Rochester 3-2 L Fordham 6-7 L Anderson 5-7 L Elizabethtown 7-8 L Susquehanna 15-16 L Kentucky Wesleyan 3-6 W Rochester 4-1 L Lafayette 7-22 L Albright 4-6 L Penn 0-2 W Penn 4-1 W Lebanon Valley 19-4 L Muhlenberg 1-5 L Muhlenberg 7-8 W Delaware Valley 11-6 W Drexel 19-5 W Ursinus 3-1 L Ursinus 4-5 L Villanova 7-9 W Washington 10-2 W Washington 6-3 L Franklin Marshall 8-13 L Textile 1-13 L Haverford 3-4 W Haverford 7-5 L Alvernia 15-18 W Allentown 6-3 L Widener 4- L Widener 3-8 Alvernia Moravian Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins 90 Kneeling: Brendan Kelly, Steve Porrecca, Brian Flynn (co-captain), John Haday (co- captain), Jay Peichel, Dave Sterner, Evan Wittenberg. Standing: Coach Ernie Prudente, Peyton Bray, Jeff Young, Bob McCann, Mike Nilon, Neal Carey, Joe Kosco, Greg Poehlmann, Rick O ' Brien. KS Softball W Neumann 18-0 W Ursinus 3-1 W Ursinus 7-0 W Cabrini 13-1 L St. Joseph 0-10 L West Chester 4-5 W Franklin Marshall 4-3 W Albright 15-5 W Albright 10-0 W Villanova 3-2 W Textile 9-3 W Moravian 2-1 W Moravian 13-0 W Rosemont 13-3 L Kutztown 0-4 L Eastern 2-5 W Widener 12-2 W Widener 8-2 W Washington 27-0 W Allentown 6-0 L Muhlenberg 1-2 L Muhlenberg 1-2 Barb lili 92 Seated: Barbara Schaefer, Liz Clarke, Jen Truscott (co-captain), Annie Fetter (co- captain), Jackie Trockenbrod, Paige Levin. Standing: ?, Marc Peterson, Courtney Richmond, Debbie Cabrera, Jeannine Mastre, Jeanette Krutzfeldt, Cindy Burks, Beth Fecko, Jennifer Martin, Coach Gomer Davies, Dave Lester. 93 H ' V- " i i V i ' n 95 Living in Willets is • • Being yanked out of your room and dragged to Tarble on a Friday night only to discover you still have the Marx-Engels Reader in your hand. Like having 25 brothers and sisters. House of the three floor beer bongs. Tunnel vision with a nightmare at the other end. Mixing a beer with a Marguarita and spilling it on your skirt. Good for seeing how stupid you acted your freshman year and realizing it ' s time to grow up! Listening to your sexual fantasies come to fruition through your neighbors! 96 Living in Worth Lodges is . . Silence . . . and Late Nitrht! Living in DanaWell is . . . Learning how to scrape Ginko berries off your feet ... like being a mouse in a psych experiment, only there ' s no cheese at the end you don ' t get shocked (at least not as often) . . . better than a pillow fighi on a Sunday mi irnine before him h ... it ' s like biting into .1 fori l J •I 11 1 mini pattie 97 Living in Parrish is . . Easy access . . . hot (in all senses of the word) . . . like a phone call from Mom . . . not just for breakfast anymore! : r -s V ■ Parrish Second East Living in Wharton is . . . Feelin ' groovy . . . flashing lights from A section to F section . . . during Ginko season, like living in a Willets bathroom during a M «j perpetual weekend . . . tripping over a cobblestone and landing flat on your face when you ' re completely sober! j Living in Mary Lyon is . . . Using Parrish Parlors as a base camp . . . crossing the tundra at 8 am . . . almost like living at Swarthmore . . . going to be a Phys Ed credit next year . . . better than a war; it ' s better than a cold bath with someone you dislike . . . just too fresh. Living in Roberts is . . . ■ ■ m m wawr w:: Telling your friends to let the phone ring 30 times before hanging up when they call you. 100 Living in Mertz is . . . An unanswered question! FH Living in Pittenger is . ... I think the name says it all . . . . . . Pitt:Main Campus as the Suburbs:Philly . . . . . . Like living in Grand Central Station when you ' re blind: you can ' t see all the people but you can hear them . . . . . . shaving your legs in a shower stall built for Twiggy . . . ... or isn ' t . . . . . . understandable but misguided . . . Palmer Woolman 103 Martin Hall Beardsley Hall plaque m lliiLIL mmmatmi -rr i ' .irwjft iiM " ' ' ' ' ' .•..■■■.a... . ' ' ' " ' ... " ' ' m Swarthmore Friends Meeting House 104 tii fy M 7 ' . j Dupont Hall Trotter Mull 105 Halloween 106 Homecoming ' 87 The Weekend That Almost Was Not Bon-fires and Amphitheatre parties are no longer permitted Swat traditions down the drain The Pig Roast True Grit Party Sheets declaring team competitions DU, Phi Sig, and The Club collaborate in an Around the World Party $465 of alcohol in the trunk of a ' 69 Lincoln Worth football game leading to heads being shaved But it turned out totally HOT! - Gretchen Alger, coordinator of Homecoming social events . _.-■ .;• ■ K.nli 89 8, Paul ti ens 65 E MISS I REAR I rf 5 A I T UNI TIES ■ QUAIL FACILE FINANCIAL AIDS rfcKVferfl IW PEP 3 DENT PLOSOST PUBIC RELATI i HUM UREAUCRATIS WEANED VPROFRX I CED PRESIDENT OORNR-R PS NCHA CTR 108 Rob Oliver, Vivek Varma, Kevin Stiroh, Dave Teszler, Prof. Westphal, Paul Wilmore, Khalid Mohammed, Brian Thompson Anne Ciesla. " Team Micro " sports popular Westphalisms for the fall Micro class. 109 Swarthmore Traditions Forgone 110 1 1 1 vRKING! - 6 PM FRI _ _J H 115 116 The Hale, on office in its typical state % So Worthstock This Spring ■!»■ ' ' K? ' " ' ' ■ " ! Wharton Renovations: Phase Oif Kosco Drives I ords p_w«» vv v vvvo f%i M ' XT ' 1 i ,isWV 71 ..., ■■■ a «J» ..... ■■-• i -r- IV S 1 1 nl 120 $ - ft { " " ' is , TTh»P " 7 " ' • His-forv (la ), l i r?hi oii ' l»arrl »- S l S iff ' .rv h i; : v. ;..; ' 7 s s,,,,:,s,u ' r f , ' llr-. m s o. m 1 ■ " " » ,!, i Stickers Kunkcit h ,{ » ldiik ,■ " ' V W 2 . „ ( v loiirm-v I " ,lK, ' A " B ' «■ „lo mcni rttslus Willi Markri 121 A record breaking temperature of 76° on March 24 brought Parrish Lawn alive. Trade those books for a brew and relax in the sun! 122 E Jk ■ •- ' iMIIIlllIt? Springtime at Swat 123 11191 mm 124 !5 The Morris L. Clothier bells await the crane. 128 I ;i 1988 is an election year, Swarthmore was fortunate enough to play host to candidates Paul Simon and Michael Dukakis. While Simon dropped out of the race early, Dukakis promises to be Swarthmore ' s first presidential alumnus. 132 c . Libations 134 136 ■ • cool for yourself. These happj campers arb Mertz beach cell bracing th - nd ol i icams. 137 1988 MAY 1988 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Ml M I Ml M . MtMll Ml MO MAY MAY I VI I was not a modern man, nor an old-fashioned one either. I had escaped time altogether, and went my way ... I had no objection to sentimentalities. I was glad to find a trace of anything like a feeling still remaining in my burned-out heart. So I let my memories of the old tavern and my attachment to the solid wooden chairs and the smell of smoke and wine and the air of use and wont and warmth and homeliness that the place had carry me away. There is beauty in farewells and a gentleness in their very tone. — Herman Hesse Anita Sadaty Special Major n • Rob Culp History Two Indians, a White-Boy, and a Columbian do it righteously. " Jay Desai Special Major Jay Kshairi Engineering Oh. Jay-Dee. ' ! Kevin I. Dipirro English Literature. Willy Kelty Political Science, Francois Picard History. Brad Mittman Biology, Pierre Cesbron Engineering, Marcus Williams English Literature 142 Margaret Hawley Political Science, Anna Snider Political Science, Barbara Dolby History, Amy Coccia Art History, Liza Cohn Economics Darren Doherty Psychology, Steve Gandia Psychology, Bart Keogh Chemistry, Sal Tranchina Engineering, Peter Boyle Economics, girl, Ron Barrett (Dad) Economics, Chip Atkinson Special Major, John Alexander Psychology 144 Nanette Bertaut English Literature, Thorn Collins Art History Where is the Pterodactyl? t i a ' .-5= . 1 -;.« : 5 : Chris ' 90 and Thom lollins i (5 The Classical Morning Zoo The Zoo gains momentum Andy, Steve, Kevin, Jon Sara K. Dzikiewicz Art Historv EXHIBIT ' . SWAT SeNtoR. " Life is so wonderful — life is so wonderful — it is almost all that we need. We don ' t heed success. We don ' t need good grades. All we need is to be able to see it and to feel it. That ' s all that we need. And anything else that makes it harder for us to love life — it isn ' t worth it, no matter how important it seems. " - Garrison Keillor, on A Prairie Home Companion " I have a simple philosophy. Fill what ' s empty. Empty what ' s full. And scratch where it itches. " - Alice Roosevelt Longworth Stephen Potthoff Religion Those whom heaven helps we call the sons of heaven. They do not learn this by learning. They do not work it by working. They do not reason it by using reason. To let understanding stop at what cannot be understood is a high attainment. Those who cannot do it will be destroyed on the lathe ol heaven. Chuang Tse: XXIII M7 nH nn| Keith Doyle Engineering Andrew Podolsky History Will Evan McCabe Linguistics Everything grows more Unwavering and more Relentless The rhythm of the drum, The rhythm of the circus, The rhythm of the street, The rhythm of the city, The rhythm of our life! — Soviet Circus We ' ve rattled along, hotj and cold, for some time now — A portion of the wall above the door, right, flies up into the air and disappears — and my advice to you i: not to inquire into why o whither, but just enjo; your ice-cream while it ' : on your plate, — that ' s nr philosophy — Thorton Wilder, The Skill of Our Teeth, Act One 148 ■ n ll - Hicks ! - • ' ■ Antl rop - 149 .;- ' Paul Wilmore Economics, Vivek Varma Political Science, Andy Ferguson Biology. Maria Briones Special Major Richard Torkornoo Engineering Economics 150 Pierre Cesbron Engineering Jennifer Truscott Psychology, Chung Han English Literature Alex Salak English Literature Bruce Hordon Psychology jerry Move Religion liliill 152 S( on Sucher Economics, Marc Stern Political Science, I j.i Zacchco Politic ;i I Science, Peter Doyle Politii al Scienct Dan Eder French Literature, Logan Snow Engineerine Chris Hart-Zafra Economics IV, Russell Marcus Philosophy Tom Bouquet Engineering, Rowena Yeung English Literature 154 tf S. Suzanne Buckley Econor i Mathematics I i ika Berson Ps - hologj £ I ngli :h Liti rature Michael I ang Ei i momii ■ 153 Mary Homer Study of Life: Biology Serena Canin Music Jeremy Eisenberg Economics Michael Breakey Psychology To do is to be - To be is to do - Do be do be do Rousseau Same - Sinatra Katherine Hancock Art History : Annalise Buonanno Specia Major 158 Ntopane Chiloane Engineering J ■ 1 i p- m 1 8 UP ■- _ _ 1 Cathrine Anna Cotman Philosophy Joan Marie Corgill Psychology Mina Baisch Mathematics Sarah Heimann History 159 160 Teresa Scott History, Peggy Strain Economics Julie Ponessa History, Nancy Stallone Mathematics 1 hL v J(v Marguerite Simpkins English Literature, Damien Jackson Political Science Beth Maybee Psychology 163 Sally Ann Ketchum Religion, Darko Tresnjak English Literature, Hope Nye Music i« I K Karin Bagnall Special Major Jonathan Kuli k Mad i mati s And hand We ' ll cii land • I will tn? I will sf.. Da -l lubbinj hi r-irt " i " • ' " " ii ii-MtV-IIV- i i Julia S. Rosenwald Psychology, Suzanne M. Holm English Literature Geoffrey Sobel Psychology 166 Laura Cleland Special Major j Anne Shapiro Biology Joanna Miller Soi iology Anthropology Tanya Vanderbilt Econom ics, Heather Alker Biology, Susan Cook Psychology V ■P%«5£TH t ' sr 5r 4 Bil iiXHI Rossis H ' " • -.» J RjjE B Hfw «H C M vi L ' ' 1 W i ' 1MH W. jflj y r 168 Michelle Osterweil P holog) Lauren Wor h Sp ial Maj •■ ' • ' JUT 7 y»»i» « , F d k •SWARTH £7% ■ " » A a5A L s II Mill ' V • ' 2 Nathan Courtney Political Scienc Susan McKey An Historj David Engerman Hi ' ' • Mark Bartleti Religion Bo Arbogasi Psychologj Ken Dinitz Political Galuh Soedjatmoko ociolog -■ Anthropoloi 1 1 David L. Scholze Physics There is no such thing as a problem Without a gift for you in its hands. You seek problems because you need their gifts. Richard Bach Katherine Anne Bachman (Kari; Political Science Keith Reeves Political Science Take the ashes of your nation and create the cement to build again Create the spirits to move again Take this soul dust and begin again Ed Bullins, Creation Spell 172 Clayvon C. Harris English Literature " Thanks Mom. I love you. " " Our time here was but a brief Beginning that can not be forgotten. And because it will not be forgotten One day. it may come again. " King Arthur Eric Knapp Political Science 173 Jennifer Heister Economics Int ' l Relations, Cindy Morton Education Psych Magdalen Lindeberg Biology If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am for myself only, what am I? If not now — when? Talmudic saying Cynthia Anne Wick Mathematics Ruth Rosenholtz Engineering Jennifer Sargent Psychology 176 Geoffrey Herrera Political Science Remember, life isn ' t fair but it ' s fairer than death. Live well, my friends, you will be remembered. Long live Cerebus! David Van Stone Mathematics Jonathan Owen Engineering 177 Jan Beseler History Engineering, Robert Harris Psychology Engineering, Jerome Russo Psychology, Arturs Kalnins Mathematics, Clothier Tower Architecture 1 78 " But he that hateth his brother is in darkness, and waketh in darkness, and knoweth not whither he goeth. because that darkness hath blinded his eves. I write unto vou. little children. because vour sins are forgiven vou for His name ' s sake. John 1:11,12 Bonnie Spear Special Major Barry Sims Philosophy As for God, his way is perfect; the word of the Lord is flawless. He is a shield for all who take refuge in him. For who is God besides the Lord? And who is the Rock except our God? It is God who arms me with strength and makes my way perfect. He makes my feet like the feet of a deer; he enables me to stand on the heights. Samuel 22:31-34 Yi Zhu Mathematics IT) Courtney Ann Dinsmore Economics Catherine Schum English Literature " I used to be disgusted now I try to be amused. " Elvis Costello " Wheel is turning and you can ' t slow down . . . Can ' t go back, but you can ' t stand still. " Grateful Dead Anne Marie Ciesla Economics 180 Louise Nuttle Biology we rr.: IHI Kathy Seidl Biology Rishi Reddi English Literature Lisa Youngling Biology Caroline Paulson Biology Sandra Elizabeth Rich Biology 182 George Hurchalla Engineering i§ ; r rhoma s Francis E onomi( s 183 Matthew Sanders Politi- cal Science Kathryn Nevin English Literature Todd Anthony Wyett Economics Puedo Mirar, tras el mundo habitual, un mundo ardiente . . . un pais nuevo, inmovil en la luz, tras de la obscuridad de mi agitada noche. — Carlos Busono 184 I I Talya Gubbay Biology, Jane Greenberg Mathematics Timothy Berger English Literature " To read, or not to read, that is the question William Tvron Baldwin III (Tv) English Literature The horse thief was named Aldo Campione, an immigrant from reramo in the Ambruzzi He ' d come to America to seek his fortune and found work building the W.w ' ( anal Hut as ountry soul he was di tl I by an equine opportunity in the as prompt!) caughi jailed, transported to Albans for trial, and shot in the back escaping. His lesson to • • life is full ol ' aprii i and missed |y if you get i aught, n bullets, that a proffered hand in a »f need is a beautiful thing from Ironweed b) William • L85 Gabriel Hutter History, Christine Notides Political Science Mamiko Kawai Biology 186 Alfred. Scott. Paul. Jim Jim, Scott, Alfted, Paul Jim Crawford Biology, Alfred DuPuy History. Scott Moore Biology, Paul " Cat " Caro Art History 187 " ... and he must have remarked patronizingly how different he was from Eve, forgetting how different She was from him ... " — Scott Fitzgerald ' I don ' t want to wake up one day and find myself at the end of someone else ' s life. " Out of Africa " Nothing is small nothing is great — Inside us are worlds. What is small divides itself into what is great into the small. " — Edward Munch Ethan Knapp English Literatun Stephen Moelis English Literatun Kaveri S. Kalia Freni li Literature Kevin Brown Art Historv. Thea Browder. Kelly Terwilliger English Literature, Sara Michael Latin. Leo Cytrynbaum Political Science, Karl Burkart Art History Beth Wilcox English Literature Michael Wolk Political Science " Error of opinion may be tolerated where reason is left free to combat it. " - Thomas Jefferson " I think I finally know why I endured four years at Swarthmore. Where else do people with means steal magazines from the library and wear clothes that aren ' t fit for the salvation Army? — MBW aBBBUttf m Perry Deess Sociology Anthropology " There is not any memory with less satisfaction in it than the memory of some temptation we resisted. -James Branch Cabell 192 Nick Morse Special Major My name is Calypso And I have lived alone. I live on an island And I waken to the dawn. I watched him sttuggle with the sea. I knew he was drowning. And I brought him into me. Now today, Come morning light He sails away, Atter one last night. I let him go. - Suzanne Vega David Sussman Philosophy Joyce Tornari Biology ' ' rter H ilphe Bi 193 Wolfram Urbanek Engineering Mathematics, Lisa Roeske Biochemistry Looking at the stars always makes me dream, as simply as I dream over the black dots representing towns and villages on a map. Why, I ask myself, shouldn ' t the shining dots of the sky be as accessible as the black dots on the map of France? Vincent Van Gogh Peter Grinspoon Philosophy 194 U rflU Goldban I : ( In is Brutzman Psyi hol( n 195 Dora Klein Psychobiology Christina Theofilidis Economics Psychology, Nancy Desiderio Political Science, Jennifer Patrick English Psychology " And outside, the silent wilderness surrounding this cleared speck on the earth struck me as something great invincible, like evil or truth, waiting patiently for the passing away of this fantastic invasion. " Joseph Conrad And to those I left behind I wanted you to know You ' ve always shared my deepest thoughts You ' re with me, where I go. Alan Parsons Project 196 Karen Saravanos Psy hole m the sweetness of friendship lei there be laughter, anc sharing of pleasun in the dew of little things the heart fm ls its morning and is refresl Karen Ncumcr English Literatim 197 " A slow sort of country, " said the Queen. " Now here, you see, it takes all the running you can do to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that. " — Lewis Carroll Through the Looking Glass John (Jack) DuBois Klieve Special Major ih Desmond R 199 Kathy King Biology, Lori Jackson Psychology, Rachel Klingensmith Political Science Public Polic) " A life lived twice loses its meaning. It happens only once, a treasured moment of memory we love well enough not to relive. " — Joe Palumbo The greatest gift of life is friendship and I have received it. — Hubert H. Humphrey 200 Laurie Laird Economics Sarah Horr Psychology Women ' s Studies Edwin Smith Biology Drew Cressman Biology " If you want to sing out, sing out, And if you want to be free, be free, Cause there ' s a million things to be, You know that there are. " — Cat Stevens 201 Richard Lamb Economics Jeff Tarlin Philo Shauna Balt i ■ ■ ial Majoi Javan Oston Political Science, Alex Namour Political Science John Goldsborough English Literature Tis curious that we only believe as deeply as we feel. " - Ralph Waldo Emerson 204 Marc Rowen Economics Jim Moskowitz Astronomy Physics wmmmmmmm «aS3ij ..- -vA D. Pierre Gingerich Biology 105 John L. Jamison Psychobiology Ned Prescott Economics John R. Martinez Psychology My eternal friendship to Stephen, Ethan, John and Ned. My thanks and appreciation to Swarthmore College and everyone who has made it great for me and my apologies, regrets and love to Courtney. Lisa Brighenti Psychology 208 Michelle Powell Biology Tri Delts forever stop I Expect mortality and at Least hope to spend some Joyous time with my Aquatic friends Mylilus and Kas. Sarah Merin f nglish Lit 109 210 Michael D. Ray Physics Wanda Coston Special Major Thea Browder Sociology Anthropology Ml Jon Eisenberg History ' People say that I ' m a dreamer But I ' m not the only one. " Deborah Leland Kidder Economics Robert South Wolff Political Science It all depends upon the relative elasticities. It is better to have loafed and lost than to have never loafed at all. - Deb to Robert, " It depends . . . Mark Shapiro Economics Int ' l Relations Claudia Heather Canha Quinn Sorsby Histor ' No one can be poor who is rich in friends. " - It ' s a Wonderful Life 212 Julia Thrasher Psvchology " The contents of someone ' s bookcase are a part of his history . . . " Anatole Broyard Stephen Ward Engineering Political Science What ' s another hour in the grand scheme of thingsr Shelley Binkley Biology Lee Mercone Psychology Religion 21 Eric Schnadig History Brian Flynn Psychology Lauren Smith English Literature and Psychology Joel Papke Chemistry Economics We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time. — T.S. Eliot Concern for man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors, ... in order that the creations of our mind shall be a blessing and not a curse to mankind. Never H forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations. — Albert Eisentein 214 Vee Wong Chemistry " Be free, all worthy spirits, And stretch yourselves, for greatness and for height. " — George Chapman Rachel Park Chemistrv Psychology John Beale Physics Ke in Murphy Mathematics !i; Anne NX ri ht P 217 Mark Rozzo English Literature David French Art History Mark Sabean German Psychology Sam Erickson Sociology Anthropology Judith Kalish French Literature Lauren Gilman Linguistics Education 119 First Row: Cindi Lieve English Literature, Inger Larsen Special Major Second Row: Corrie Lathan Special Major, Grace Bulger Sociology Anthropology, Cindy Hirschfeld English Literature, Lauren Woodward English Literature ™™ ' 220 MARY WE LOVE YOU, CONGRADULATION . MOM, DAD, MARGIE, DAVID 222 SV ' ARTHMORE MET AND CONQUERED A JOB WELL DONE WE ' RE PROUD OF YOU A LIFETIME OF LEARNING COMMENCES OUR LOVE GOES WITH YOU, FREDDY MOM S DAD Congratulations Charnelle for a job well done. We love you. Morn, Dad. Paul. Bandit. Jumper. An JAN BESELER Wir gratulierenj Ursula, Anne, Kay- Congratulations Grace We ' re very proud! Now, take me back. Lily M, 123 Dear Karen, Congratulations on all your accomplishments! For all that you are and the more that you will become, we offer our love, admiration and support. We are extremely proud of you and you are truly a joy to us! With Much Love, Mom, Dad, Maria and Tony Congratulations to the Class of and especially to Sarah M. Great Going!! Mom Dad To Cynthia Anne Wick ' t - r 5 V You have set the roots which you need to grow; Now spread your wings and take flight! LtrtMr ( — v 224 I, ' ' WS- GooO lucl } rv S x ; V} o lAOC-e.Ss f$.S- VVfi.V JoixVa- .vn c «v V{Ova- .a. £™ tvjo£oo»r. 9 8 X £ e, syJL4f 6 j0fo4L Congratulations Alan Love, Mom Dad Douglas 225 0 r°S ' Q % 3Aouj did iuc go so Quickly -From fh ' s o 7 G fcftDu PtTioM ? J est y tsfes a d m«Jt jLove S9S3- ?8 J fjb x sLeles mt- 9S8 U rrthmorc 88- czlj ca ) Cjutm, [Sum wi TO Deb, Robert and their friends THREE CHEERS i i FROM: Dorie, Mom and Dad 226 EVAN WE ARE ALL SO PROUD OF YOU LOVE MOM DAD RACHEL SAMANTUA HI TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS AND OF COURSE TO CYNTHIA ANNE: " REMEMBER THAT THE FUTURE IS YOURS. " BEST WISHES THE HIRSCHFELD FAMILY ■ FROM NURSERY SCHOOL TO SWARTHMORE: A JOB WELL DONE! We love you Anna Jean, Mom, Dad, and Carl CONGRATULATIONS, PHILIP! We miss the little boy you were but are so proud of the man you ' ve become. One Word of Advice As you join the " real " world, let this thought be your guide. Always keep your clothes on, it ' s dangerous to expose your hide. We love you dearly, Mom, Dad and David 228 June. 1988 Dearest Lauren-the-Beth. We otter our traditional " Family Toast " to you and your wonderful triends whom we ' ve come to know and care about: " jSALLUD, AMOR. AMIGOS. PESETAS Y TIEMPO PARA GOZARLOS! " All our Love. Mom. Dad Sari Your Swarthmore Experience has been " ... to ■ how to learn ... " (President David • John, ma) God inspire you and your j:ra ! • iss associates a lifetime of I happiness. Congratulatii ind aspiring llarr Congratulations Nancy We ' re proud of you Mom Dad Robby Sandy Ouida REMEMBER THAT " SELF-TRUST IS THE FIRST SECRET OF SUCCESS. " CONGRATULATIONS AND HAPPINESS ALWAYS GINA NICOLE [,ov f:, MOM 229 A messaqe -La Laura McAfee: I Vbo d J i i .. y a ate -the elephant a blie ai a Y ' me ConQratula-L ionf ! Hem and Dad Friends of the Halcyon Randolf and Virginia Aires Sheila and Herbert Alfasso J. Danford and Nora Anthony John Bachman Christine and Donald Bartlett Andrew and Arlo Beccone Helen Muir Bertke Kay and Ursula Beseler Sue Bock Peyton H. Bray, Jr. F. Bard Brutzman Roger and Ellen Bulger Mrs. Nancy Calhoun Elizabeth and Walter Carter Philip and Janice Cavalier Richard and Nancey Childers Hugh and Celia Cleland Katherine E. Cohen Jacqueline and Thomas Collins Helen Cook Dell and Barbara Cooper Michael Coxe Mr. and M rs. J. Edward Cressman Jeanne and Jack Curran Eugene and Heidi Deess Larry and Enid Dennis Roswitha Desai Angelina Dorrity Eugene and Sally Dzikiewicz Barbara and Al Erlick Robert Fortunato Thomas and Kathleen Francis Edmund and Susan Goldsborough Jerry Goodman Mr. and Mrs. James Goubeaux Judy and Russ Gramiak Mr. and Mrs. David Greenewalt Lester and Evelyn Grinspoon Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hall Stephen and Frances Hanlon Arnold and Vivian Heiser Laura Hickernell 230 Judith A. Hinds Louis and Mary Homer David Howitt Elwyn and Helen Hug Clarice and Alfred Jackson Kolf and Irma Jayaweera Frederick and Katherine Joseph Madhu and Kaveri Kalia Gilbert and Diana Kalish Carolina Kiggins Patricia King Stephen Kirschenbaum Alan and Doris Knapp Thomas and Jo Koch Shirish and Margaret Korde Judv and Gil Kulic k Frederick and Margaret LaCrone Ronald and Ann Lieber Mr. and Mrs. Lipinski Anne Lockey Fdward and Laura Lorenson Susanne and Robert MacAvoy Joel and Maxine Marcus Meredith Martin Mr. and Mrs. Philip McCabe Richard McCabe Harris and Marv McKee Richard and Carole Meagher Robert and Barbara Merin Mr. and Mrs. John L. Milling Harry and Jane Mison Jerr A. Move- Allan and Marjorie N ' agle Mrs. Jane Notides Geraldine and Robert O ' Hare Mary Porter Owen Samuel and Cynthia Porrecca Raghunath and Rekha Reddi Susan and Ira Rosenholtz Dr. Joseph Rovinsky Eva Russo Margie Schaefer Bill and Lonna Scott Conrad and Dorothy Scurto Charles and Nila Shaw Evelyne and Douglas Skopp Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Smith Mary Elizabeth M. Snow Dr. and Mrs. Karl Snyder Blaine and Rosalee Sprout James and Pauline Stahley Dr. and Mrs. Jack I. Stern Robert and Constance Sussman Dorothy Foster Teer Eugene and Pauline Teszler Dr. and Mrs. A. Theologides Constance Thomas-Razza Richard and Lore Tignor Russell and Karen Tomar Antonio and Margarita Viego Charles and Emily Wagner Winthrop and Jane Wilcox Mrs. Elmer L. Winkler Kenneth and Evelyn Woodring Jennifer S. Wright " ,i Graduation 133 Above: Nayan Shah, recipient of the Ivy award. Below: Jan Beseler, recipient of the McCabe Engineering award. Senior Class speaker Jonathan Biran talks about the positive results of $59,200 worth of academic guilt. ; " 1 . !35 Photographers Andrew Cummings Kern,- Ann King Mike Simpson Evan Wittenberg The Halcyon Staff Layout Carolyn Black Jelr DiSimone Lee Fineman Charlotte Greenewalt Nick Jesdanun Graphics Jesse Springer Treasurer Lorelei Mitchell Handy Helpers Cathy Chong Jeanne Ponessa Lonna Scott George Thomas Mark Valli Troy Wood i It ' s late May . . . the final deadline is less than a week away . . . Cindy and Etin are waist deep in crumpled papers ... it must be 90 degrees in the Halcyon office . . . they are 48 pages away from the freedom of summer.) Cindv. Oh no. Erin I lost that check. I know, I know, you hate me. Erin: Xo. I took care of that yesterday. Hey. have you seen the picture of the safe walkers? Cindy: Oh. I did that layout last night. Did you call Mike about those missing pictures yet? Erin: Yes. he pulled another miracle and called the pl ant. How are we going to figure out who these soccer players are? Cindv: Hmm. I ' ll ask Mark at the fieldhouse. If he doesn ' t know I ' ll ask Pete, and then Pat will be able to fill in the blanks. Know what I hate the least. I mean like the most about doing this book? Erin: Pride in knowing that we ' re documenting history and creating a record of our sophomore year at Swarthmore? Cindv: Yeah, that too. but what I was going to say is that I ' ve found there ' s a lot more to this school than class, food, and sleep. Erin: Glad you finally noticed, but after a year of chaos, we still haven ' t been able to capture all of Swarthmore ' s daily drama. Hev. we ' re out ol scotch tape. Cindy: I think there ' s some in my desk. Wanna order out? Erin: Ok. but you have to call. You know, Cind, I wouldn ' t mind if we never spent another minute together. Cindy: Xo kidding. When you get to London will you take a picture of a cute little royal guard on a horse for me? Erin: Tell you what, buy me a UCSD sweatshirt while you ' re in San Diego and we ' ll trade in the fall. Cindy: Think we ' ll live to see the fall? Erin: Have faith . . . only 45 more pages to go. ruivuiND RESQMmSHS Erin Scott - 237 Phot ' Drew Cummings o Cr Erin Scott edits Mike Simpson Note: Numbers indicate the position photo on the designated page. p. 119: 8 Cindy Thomas of the 6) !© p. 44: 1 Evan Wittenberg p. 77: all p. 8: 2 p. 6: 2 p. 4: 2 p. 124: 3 p. 1: 1 p. 45: 5, 6 p. 2 1 p. 78: 1 p. 9: 3 p. 7: 4 p. 5: 4 p. 126: 1, 3, 4 p. 5: 3 p. 52: 2 p. 6 3 p. 79: all p. 32: 1, 2 p. 12 1,2 p. 11: 4 p. 127: 6 p. 7: 6 p. 55: 4, 5, 6 p. 7 5 p. 82: all p. 33: 4 p. 14 1 p. 13: 7 p. 129: 4, 6 p. 11 6,7 p. 56: 3 p. 8 1 p. 83: all p. 34: 3 p. 16 2 p. 30: 2 p. 130: all p. 18 2 p. 73: 3 p. 13: 4, 6 p. 84: all p. 101: all p. 20 1 p- 31: 4, 5 p. 131: all p. 19 all p. 100: all p. 15: 4 p. 85: all p. 115: 7 p. 21 5 p. 38: 1, 2 p. 20 2 p. 102: all p. 16: 4 p. 88: 2,3 p. 126: 2 p. 25 7 p- 39: 7 George Thomas p. 21 3,4 p. 103: all p. 46: 2 p. 89: 5,6 p. 127: 4 p. 43 all p. 40: 2 p. 5: 5 p. 22 all p. 104: all p. 47: 3, 4, 5 p. 90: 1 p. 129: 5 p. 53 7 p. 42: all p. 10: 3 p. 23 all p. 107: all p. 48: all p. 91: all p. 66 2 p. 44: 2, 3 p. 16: 1 p. 24 1, 4, 5 p. 112: 1 p. 49: all p. 92: 1 Kerry Ann King p. 67 all p. 52: 1, 3 p- 56: 1, 2, 4 p. 25 6, 8, 9 p. 113: 5 p. 52: 4 p. 93 ' 3,4 p. 30: 3 p. 94 1 p. 53: 8 p. 57: all p. 28 all p. 116: 5 p. 53: 5 p. 94 2,3, = ■33: 5 p. 96 all p. 55: 3 p. 86: all p. 29 4,5 p. 120: all p. 54: 1 p. 106: all p. 98: 1, 3 p. 11 5: all p. 58: 1, 3 p. 87: all p. 30 1 p. 121: all p. 61: 3 p. 115: 8 p. 108: all p. 12 : 4, 5 p- 59: 5 p. 233 6,7 p. 31 6 p. 122: all p. 62: 2, 3 p. 116: 2 p. 112: 4 p. 12 7: 5 p. 60: 2 p. 234 1, 3, 4 p. 32 3 p. 123: all p. 64: all p. 117: 3 p 133: 3 p. 61: 4, 5 p. 235 all p. 33 6 p. 125: 7 p. 65: 3 p. 128: 1, 2 Sal Tranchina p. 134: 1, 2, 4 p. 63: 4, 5 p. 236 1. 2, 3 p. 34 1.2 p. 132: 1 p. 68: 2 P- 133: 4 p. 113: 9 p. 135: all p. 97: all p. 37 3,4 p. 136: all p. 69: all p. 138: all p. 133: 5 p. 99: all p. 38 3 p. 137: all p. 73: 4 p. 107: 5, 6 p. 39 4, 5, 6 p. 232: all p. 74: all p. 117: 4 p. 40 1 p. 233: 5 p. 75: 4, 5, 6 p. 118: 1 p. 41 4 p- 234: 2 p. 76: all All other photos were donated or printed from negatives obtained from sports info, or the Phoenix file. Index Abbey, Leslie p. 38 Ahercrombie. Jennifer p. 70 Afflerhach. Andrew p. 38 Aires, Kevin p. 146 Albright, Katv p. 190 Alexander. Bun pp. 42. 101 Alexander, Jon pp. 54, 55, 144 Alf p. 13 Alker. Heather pp. 86, 8 " 7. 114, l6fi, 233 Alton, ]ohn pp. 75, 42 Amir-Arjomand, Keyv.in pp. 42, 83 Anderson, Allison pp. 36, 45 Antony. Dave p. 75 Arhogast, Bo pp. 170, 171. 232 Arthur. Dave p. 173 Atkinson, Chip pp. 54, 55, 144 Augustine, John p. 232 Bacharach. Deborah pp, 37, 199 Bachman. Kan pp. 70, 172 Bacon. Nancy p. 56, 96 Bailey, Joanna p. 174 Bair, Tonya pp. 36, 72 Bagnall. Karin p. 165 Baisch, Mina p. 159 Baldwin. Ty p. 185 Baiter, Shauna p. 203 Barker, Robert p. 54 Barks. Erika p. 70 Barnes, Dave pp. 155, 232 Barrett, Ron pp. 43, 54, 55, 144 Barry. Brian pp. 42. 59. 112, lit Banleti, Mark pp. 170, 17], 2(19 Bassett. Gregg p. 42 Bait, Lisa p 81 Baxter, D.J. pp. 44. 69 Beale, John p. 215 Beccone. Chris p. 69 Beck. Paula p. 86 Beckman. Andreas p. 63 Behrman, Ed. p. 75 Beldecos. Aihena p. 190 Bell. Eli aheth p. 70 Bender. Conrad pp. 69. 174 Bender. Courtney pp. 98, 106 Bennefield. Robin p. 36 Berger, Monica p. 48 Berger, Tim pp. 101. 185, 232 Berken. Christina p. 7 Berkinsky. Joanna pp. 64, 208 Berrier, Penny pp. 56. 57. 86, 87, 1 3 1 Berson, Erika p. 5 Bertaut, Nanette pp. 38, 62, 145, 236 Bcrtke, Cassin pp. 113. 2 11) Beseler.Jan pp. 178, 234 Bickel. Amanda p. 38 Binkley, Shelley p. 213 Biran, Jonathan p. 146. 234 Bird. Mike pp. 42, 123 Bixler. Andrea p, 98 Black. Carolyn p. 7() Blake, Susanna pp. 56, 57 Blasmgame. Anthony p. 36 Bloom, Amy p. 38 Bock, Dan p. 59 Borosh, Os.sie pp. 49, 1 16 Boudreau. Tanya p. 38 Bouquet, Tom p. 154 Boyle. Peter pp. 43. 54. 55, 119. 133, 144 Branker. Debbie p. 36 Bray. Peyton pp. 68, 90, 156 Breakey, Michael p. 157 Brigandt. Rich pp. 42. 66 Brighenti. Lisa pp, 113, 137, 208 Briones, Maria p. 150 Broadus. Toby pp. 66, 135 Browder. Thea pp. 190, 191, 211 Bronkema, Bob pp. 42. 75 Brown, Cedric p. 36, 127 Brown. Kevin p. 191 Bro« n, Lisa p. 36 Brut man. Chris pp. 14, 43, 195 Bryant, Sehra p. 36 Buckley, Su y pp. 45, 98, 155 Budavari, Adriane p. 60 Buck, David p. 54 Buggy. Jerry p. 54 Bulger. Grace pp. 109, 136, 220, 221 Bullock. Clayton p. 210 Buonnano, Annalise pp. 119. 158 Burd, Steve p. 38 Burkart. Karl p. 191 Burks, Cindy pp. 61. 92 Bush, Iain p. 100 Butch, Rob pp. 42, 54 Byars, John p. 36 Byrne, Lisa p. 62, 89 Cabrera, Debbie p. 92 Campbell, Kai pp. 36, 78, 85 Canas, Angie p. 136 Canin, Serena p. 156 Cantine, Tom p. 65 Carek. Paul p. 42 Carey, Neal p. 90 Cargill, Joan ' 89 p. 36 Cargill.Joan ' 88 pp. 36, 98, 159 Carney. Joe p. 75 Caro, Paul p. 232 Carter, Alison p. 36 Cashy, John p. 97 Cavalier. Phil pp. 59, 85, 114, 133 Cesbron, Pierre pp. 66. 142, Childers. Tim pp. 42, 134 Chtloane, Ntopane p, 158 Chiou, Portia pp. 86, 87 Chong, Cathy pp. 11, 70, 134 Chronister, Mark pp. 66, 133, 203, 235 Ciesla, Anne pp. 109, 180, 181 Clarke, Jamey p. 88 Clarke, Liz pp. 77, 92, 94 Cleland, Laura pp. 10. 167 Coccia, Amy pp. 100, 143 Cockerill. Courtney p. 127 Cockerill, Neil pp. 43, 66, 78, 1 30 Cody, Dan p. 43 Coffey, Meredith p. 86 Cohen, Benjy p. 149 Cohen, Clara p. 163 Cohen, Sam pp. 88, 99, 114, 7 Cohn, Liza p. 3 Collins, Chris pp. 42, 54, 55, 88. 106. 144 Collins, Thorn p. 145 Collins. Tracy p. 36 Comiskey. Carolyn p. 70 Cook, Sue pp. 86, 87, 114, 136, 168, 233 Cooley, Margaret pp. 62, 89 Cooper, Adam p. 43 Coston, Wanda p. 211 Cotman, Catherine pp. 36, 98, 137, 159 Courtney, Nate pp. 170, 171, 240 Covarrubias, Diego pp. 96, 135 Covitz, Dan pp. 42, 59 Coxe, Steve p. 49 Craig, Jeff p. 5 Cressman, Drew p. 201 Crawford, Jim p. 187 Culp, Rob pp. 58, 59, 141 Cummings, Amanda p. 60 Cummins, Jason pp. 43, 127, 130 Curran. John p. 66 Currie, A. Scott p. 183 Curry, Caroline pp. 56, 80, 81 Curtis. Alex pp. 44, 70, 101 Cuttita, Fran p. 75 Cytrynbaum, Leo p. 191 Cailey, Andy p. 65 D ' Alonzo, Jane pp. 56, 57 Dallman, Julia pp. 12. 68, 81 Dalton, Stephen p. 146 D ' Arienzo, Marc p. 54 Davis, Aria p. 36 Davis, Charlie p. 123 DeAlmetda, Julia p. 38 Dee, Tom pp. 5, 54, 118 Deess, Perry pp. 69, 193 Dennis, Jeanne pp. 62, 174 Derbyshire, Janet pp. 70, 202 Desai, Jay pp. 59, 141 Desiderio, Nancy p. 196 DeSimone.Jeff p. 101 Desmond, Courtney p. 98 DeWeenh, Jennifer p. 97 Diamond, Kelly p. 1 1 Dietrich, Jessica p. 96 DiFranco. Tamar p. 70 Dinitz, Ken pp. 155. 170, 171 Dinsmore, Courtney pp. 125, 180, 181 DiPirro, Carolann pp. 14, 80, 81 DiPirro, Kevin p. 142 Doherty, Darren pp. 43, 133. 144 Dolby, Barbara p. 100, 143 Donato, Leslie p. 64 Dorrity, Kristen pp. 68, 117 Doyle, Keith p, 148 Doyle, Peter pp. 128. 152, 153 Drury, Bridget p. 38 Dukakis, Michael p. p. 132 Dulberg.Jeff p. 99 Dunn, John p. 188 DuPuy, Alf pp. 69, 187 Durkee, Rachel p. 62, 89 Dzikiewicz, Sara p. 147 Earley, Jill p. 62 Earls, Leigh p. 107, 136 Easter, Mallory pp. 36, 216, 217 Eder. Dan pp. 124, 152, 153 Edwards, Melissa p. 36 Eisenberg, Jeremy pp. 115, 157 Eiscnberg, Jon p. 212 Elsing, Hannah p. 62 Engerman, Dave pp. 5, 170, 171 Erickson, Sam p. 218 Erler, John p. 97 Erlick,Janei pp. 45, 219 Etigson, Sean p. 75 Evans, Scott p. 88 Falkenstein, Ken p. 135 Fand. Jeremy pp. 7, 63, 88 Fecko, Beth pp. 77, 92 Federman, Elizabeth p. 157 Feinstein, Dave p. 39 Feldman, Steve p. 116 Ferguson, Andy pp. 85. 107, 150 Fetter, Annie pp. 52, 56, 57, 77, 92, 1 12, 1 19, 198 Field. Fred pp. 114, 154 Fineman, Lee pp. 56, 57, 77. 86, 87, 137 Finkelstein, Sara pp. 107, 129, 149 Fiizsimmons, Matt p. 96 Flanagan, Theresa pp. 53, 72, 137 Flink, Susan pp. 68, 117 Flosdorf, Andy p. 38 Flynn, Brian pp. 90, 214 Folwell, Mary Grace p. 96 Fortune. Andy p. 88 Francis, Thomas p. 183 Freedman, Amy pp. 119, 190 French, David p. 218 Fritts, Sonja p. 77 Gagner. Andrea pp. 56, 57, 86 Gaichas, Sarah pp. 62, 88 Gandia, Sieve pp. 42, 52, 54, 78, 144 Gardner, Julie p. 60 Gayles, Antoine pp. 36, 54, 88 Genovese, Sal pp. 63, 169 Gilman, Beth p. 45 Gilman, Lauren p. 219 Gingerich, D. Pierre p. 205 Gittelman, Mike pp. 43, 85 Goldban, Wally p. 195 Golden-Shubert, Shannon pp. 53, 72 Goldsborough, John p. 204 Gordon, Steve pp. 42, 96 Goubeaux, Jerry pp. 54, 85 Graham, Tom pp. 53, 63, 88. 202 Gramiak. Doug pp. 59, 85, 114 Grasso, Jen p. 70 Grayson, Shelley p. 36 Greenberg, Jane p. 185 Greenewalt, Charlotte pp. 56, 86 Greenstone, Mike p. 75 Griffith, Regina p. 101 Grinspoon, Peter p. 194 Groff, Mike p. 202 Gubbay, Talya pp. 62, 185 Gunshenan, Jim p. 54 Gura, Dan p. 59 Guttman, Catherine p. 99 Haag. Pam pp. 109, 221 Haday.John pp. 90, 203 Haegele, John p. 54 Hahm, Kevin p. 65 Haithcock, Stefan p. 79 Hall, Kevin pp. 58, 59, 136 Han. Chung pp. 77, 151 Hancock, Kathenne pp. 98, 158 238 Haniocjofan p- 63 Hansen. Rindi p. 49 Hipper. Marshall pp. 42. 54. S Hardin. Jeanefer p. 96 Haroish. Mike p. +4 Harper. Heather p. 9 Harris. Qarroc pp. 56, 1 3 Harris, Lisa p. 0 Harris. Robert p. l S Harrisoc. Paul pp. 4?. 63. 88 Hart. Heather p. 64 Harrten. Claire pp. 60. 61 Han. Heather p, 96 Hart-Za ra, Chris pp. 152, 1 5 ; Hatfield. Laura pp. 96, 134 Haarley, Margaret pp. 100, 143 Haws, Jen p. 2 Heath. Lisa pp. - " HebeL Martin pp. 5S. 134 Heinunn. Sarah p. 159 Hetster. Jennifer pp. 68, 11 " . 119. 1 5 Herrera. GeorT pp. 69. 177 Hester. Laurel p. 80 Herwn. Anpe p. " 0 Herman. Bill pp. 42. 54 Higgtns. Joe pp. 42. 4 HuU. Roger p. 44 Hflber. Mark p. 82 Hinds. Cory pp. " 8. S5 Hirvhteld. Cindy pp. 109. 220. 221 K — — " Mike p. 59 Hockey. Linda p. " 0 Hollander. Adrienne p. 86 HoUmger. Jacob pp. 63. 9 " Homer. Man p. 156 Hood. Kc-iin pp. 69. 96 Horcfa. Fred pp. 38. 69 Hordon. Brace pp. 66. 151 Horr. Sarah pp. 126. 201. 235 Hoagh. Soun p. 131 Hodblihan. Heidi pp. 13. 38 Ho»to. Jetmiier p. 183 Hndpne . Janice p. 77 Hog . Gretchen pp. 98. 163 H be . Nano pp. 89. 96 Ham. Mam pp. 36. 54. 8. ' 9. 88 Harchalla. Georee p. 183 Karl . Stoe p. 59 Harvum. Rrraan p. 69 Hac-.tr Gabnel p. 186 laden. BtU p. 59 Infnlli- Claire p. 0 Jackton Damien pp. 36. 54. 55. 88. 89. 162 Jack ton. Lon p. 200 Jaannoa. John pp. 42. 206 Jaaattoa, Roger p. 59 Jaevtu. J marine pp. 62, 89 n Anita p. 19 " Jcfi e. Vaube p. 189 Jwdiaan Sick pp. 38. 96 Jr» tier John pp. 66. 133. 203 Joaaiiaa. K«ron p. 1 2 }wi BVua p 54 k«n Chi ■ ■aa,aa p. 36 » cvj fl p 3 Joaer. Tfea»o pp M Jw? . f red a aa Mi km Ma - pp 60; lOI. 106 ■ KjUifc-Jad p 219 I " i lam i Anmt- r ■■ ■■■ r .- KiaWani f »» pp m, ' A 106 HiwaY pp •■ ..... ftaftw ■ - Knapp. Ethan p 1S9 Korde. Sanjit pp. 4?. 44 Kosco. Joe pp. 4. 90. 91 Kourakos. Greg p. 75 Kramer. Joanne p. 6S Krurzleldt, Jeanerte pp. . 92 Kshatri. Jay p. 141 Kulick. Jonathan pp. 36, 165 Kuykendalt. Tim p. 9 Kw fewa, Kofi pp. 56, 69. 133 Kynard. Cindy p. 13 " LaCrone, Ted p. 96 Laird. Laurie p. 201 Lamb. Richard pp. 36. 202 Landau. David p. 38 Lange. Michael p. 155 Lapinska. Anna p. 157 L ' Annand. Felix p. 5 Larsen. Inger pp. 81. 220 Lathan. Corrie pp. " 0. 220. 221 LeBlanc. Carlene p. 36 Lehman, Christine pp. S6. 15 Leonard. Ken p. -44. SS Lesbon. Dave p. 44 Levin. Paige p. 92 Levinson, Julian p. 4 Lewis. Steve pp. 42. S5 Lichter. Laura p. 62 Lieber, VaJ pp. 6. 60 Lieve. Cindi pp. 220. 221 Lindeberg, Magdalen p. 1 5 Linon. Ashley pp. 56. 5 " . 86. 8 " . 113. 20S Livingston. Nina pp. 60. 113. 216. 21 " Lomas. Laura pp. 37, 125 Louden. Andrew p. 36 Loukides. Cindy p. 86 Lyford. Chris pp. 63. 88 Lyle, Lorcn pp. 100. 118 Lynch. George p. 59 ftfacAvoy, Leslie pp. 38. 165 MacCauley. John p. 88 Mackey-Smith, Joshua p. 63 MacLarm. Shaun pp. 69. 5 Maglcby. Jim p. 124 Maine . Scon pp. 38. 63. 88. 89 Maisog. Regina pp. 84. 85. 86 Marcus, Russ pp. 114. 154 Maris, George pp. 42. " 5 Mararkcy. Tim p. 54 Marquardt. Chris pp. 69. 85 Marsh. Fred p. 36 Marshall. Steve p. 96 Marshall. Zachary p. 211 Martin, Bill pp. 54. 55 Mania, Jennifer p. 92 Martin, Pam pp. 81. 89 Martinez. Gloria p. 13 Martinez. John p. 206 Marx. Robert pp. 63. 88 Mawre. Jejnnin - pp. 60. 92. 101 Mather. S-trah pp. 86. 87, 96 Maybec. Beth pp. 101, 163 Maybee. Dave pp. 43. 69 Mavbee. Lvnnc pp. 60, 89. 96. 155 Maxwell. Bruce p. 82 M. be. Cbrij pp. " 4. 85 be, Will pp. 45. 65. 88. 148 McCann, Bob pp. 54. 90 llcy, Pat pp. " 5. 203 Beth pp. 84. 106, 131 Ml Durmid. Jennifer pp MS, 70 McDonald Michel pp P 89 til Aln p " 5 McDowell. Jen p 64 U lh pp 56. 86. 101 n ■ l i ■ ■ I Morton, Cindy pp. 6S. 119. 175 Moskowirz, Jim p. 205 Moss, Duncan p. 6 Mouer, Andy p. 65 Move. Jerry p. 151 Mulligan. Luke pp. 54, 85 Murgai, Ami p. 96 Murphy, Kevin p. 215 Nadeau. Craig p, 42 Naini, Amir p. 69 Namour, Alex pp. 47, 204 Neblett. Cathv p. 36 Nelson. Whitney pp. 5, 56, 57, 96 Neumer. Karen p. 19 " ? Nevin. Kathryn p. 184 Newland. Sarah p. 77 Nilon. Mike pp. 75. 90 Niyogi. Dev p. 59 Noble. Sherry p. " 2 Nolan. Jennifer p. 125 North, Elizabeth pp. 77, 85 Notides, Christine p. 1S6 Nuttle, Louise pp. ISO. 181 Nye. Hope pp. 9S. 164 O ' Brien. Rick pp. 90, 91 O ' Connell. 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