University of California Los Angeles - Bruin Life / Southern Campus Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

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I Facing the Challenge Copyright 1991 by the - ' ASUCLA Communications Board ' University of California Los Angeles Volume 71 1 Photo by Ethan Derner mu , «5S -; " Ml r Opening Student Life Gallery Student Profiles Sports Calendar Main Issues Seniors Undergraduates Picture Yourself Organizations Closing - tV- s l 4 Opening Opening 5 6 Opening -J. i. ' .jt t ,3n|i Opening: 8 Opening Opening Ethan Derner 10 Opening Sunny Sung Opening i 12 Opening Renee Santibanes Opening 1 ) ' student Life C ■ RAISIN ' YELL A UCLA dance squad member raises some spirit at the 1990 Homecoming Rally. After the homecoming parade, students and alumni congregated in Westwood Plaza for the annual homecoming rally. At the rally, the winners of the Student Alumni Association ' s " Let ' s Raise Some Yell " homecoming contests were announced. The homecoming rally and parade Friday night raised spirit not only for the Saturday game against Oregon State, but for UCLA in general. I SCORE! Four Bruins celebrate a touchdown in the endzone section, perhaps the only place for a true football fan, as it was hard to appreciate much of the actual games in the crowded student section which resembled a party more than a football stadium stand. Or maybe they were cheering for the illustrious haiftime streaker. Bruce Weimer 16 Spirit Some Yell ■ U-C-L-A ! No one could deny the pride in the air during the 1990 Homecoming Parade. One of the largest college parades in the U.S. turned out to be one of the most spirited. Hundreds of students, alumni and other UCLA fans gathered on the streets of Westwood to cheer on student organizations that marched, performed or built a float for the annual event. ■ " GIVE ME A ' B ' ! " The alumni head cheerleader, Jeff Strand, kept everyone pumped up at the football games week after week. Strand never let Bruins down, by keeping the alumni section sometimes more active than the student section. An investment banker by week, a spirited UCLA alumnus by Saturday afternoons, Strand showed that UCLA pride does not end at graduation. Spirit 1 ■ IT ' S MAKIN ' ME WAIT Mardi Gras booths became addictive. The price of the tickets was forgotten in the anticipation of getting the golf ball in the right dish. The prize became secondary to the desire of winning at one of those impossible games of something less than skill. But then again, victory was made sweeter by the Donatello that might be won. ■ JACOB ' S LADDER Not the movie, but the Mardi Gras booth, raised as much money as it did laughs. The money raised from the student booths at Mardi Gras helped to put a lot of smiles on the faces of inner-city children who would benefit that summer from their experience at UniCamp. Mardi Gras proved to benefit all involved, providing the community with a great time as they provided the necessary funds for UniCamp. 18 Mardi Gras en c a :3 (T) Dream Mardi Gras ivine Kids A Chance c a (D ■ THE POSSUM AND HER POSSE A UCLA student (a.k.a. Possum) and her posse share a moment of bonding. UniCampers were divided into groups headed by a UCLA student counselor. The Possum offered the kids a chance to learn about and appreciate themselves. The posse, in turn, offered their counselor a chance to be a kid again and form bonds between herself and the campers that would never be forgotten. Smiling faces were typical scenes at UniCamp. ■ LOOK INTO MY EYES UCLA UniCamp counselors provided underpriviledged children, like this bright-eyed boy, the affection, security and opportunity to be a kid, even if being a kid entailed getting a scratch or two. H SILENCE IS GOLDEN UniCamp was not always a melange of skits and camp songs, but also a time to relax and spend time with personal thoughts. The hustle and bustle of L.A. was soon forgotten in the serene environment of youth and nature. Chuck Tuffli ,V Vv,. NOW THAT ' S A FIRE! For the first time in 15 years, UCLA recreates a lost tradition by having a bonfire in front of Jaans Steps, theThursday before the big game. It raged on while students felt the heat not only from the fire but also from the fervor of anticipation of Saturday ' s UCLA use game. In the meantime, a Tommy Trojan effigy is completely swallowed up in the flames. en c a (T) n m " BUT DADDY, I DONT WANT TO BE A TROJAN " A little boy shows his feelings about his father ' s aspirations of him going to USC for college. ■ UCLA CHEERLEADER IN THE MAKING Brum pride starts at a young age as a ittle Bruin cheers for her favorite team. I WAR OF THE ROSES The Rose Bowl. The area where the battle of two rival sc hools, UCLA and USC, fight it out to the bitter end. UCLA use Rivalry Spea king Out ■ HUNT FOR A RISING STAR Alec Baldwin, film star of " The Hunt for Red October " and " The Marrying Man " came to Ackerman to chat with Bruins and gave the star-croosed females a chance to swoon. ■ WORDS OF WONDER Child star Fred Savage, star of TV ' s " The Wonder Years, " answers questions and discusses his young and promising career with his audience. Chuck Tuffti s Sam Chen 24 Speakers ■ GIBBS GABS Television actress Maria Gibbs lets the world know what ' s on her mind during her latest visit to UCLA. ■ TIME TRAVELER Scott Bakula, star of TV ' s Quantum Leap, shares a laugh with some crew members while speaking with a crowd at Ackerman Grand Ballroom. rue Colors ■-f: " RHYTHM OF THE SAINTS " UCLA senior Dai Vo plays the t ' rung, a bamboo xylophone, in celebration of her native culture. The Vo family presented Vietnamese opera, chamber, Buddhist ritual, and folk music at the Hollywood Bowl Museum. Through music, immigrants helped retain tradition. .V % s i JjJiJ en c a (T) :3 (D |] Sam Chen ■ IRIDESCENT LEAVES ON AN AUTUMN TREE Bruins again represented a cross section of the global community. Native Americans established the American Indian Student Association to help students from reservations adjust to college life. The organization also aided in retaining culture. At the Sunset Canyon Recreational Facility, Phillip Hale, a civil engineering major, celebrates Native American heritage at the annual powwow, a prayer festivity celebrated before hunt or battle. ■ PRIZEWINNNING CHINESE CULTURE The Chinese Students Association and the Association of Chinese American Students merged to form the first place marching group at the 1990 " Let ' s Raise Some Yell " Homecoming Parade. Marching with chopsticks, they celebrated their Chinese culture through traditional clothing and music. The groups proved that different cultures can be appreciated by those of other cultures. Ethan Oerner ruins Get Around CO r-t- c a 0) ■ ONE BIG PARKING LOT UCLA was considered the concrete campus by many who instantly thought of parking lots when they thought of the UCLA campus. Students, especially commuters, were on the never- ending quest for on campus parking. The permits were hard to come by, not to mention expensive when students were lucky enough to get one through the lottery. ■ WATCH OUT FOR THE BIKE POLICE Even though bikes were not the ideal mode of transportation on the UCLA hilly campus and through the mess of busy L.A. traffic, they were popular among Bruins. If Bruins could make it to the beach in one piece the beach bike path was a great way to relax on the weekend and enjoy the luxuries of going to school in southern Cal. ■ SKATE OR DIE Skateboards were supposed to be a flash in the pan of the mid- ' 80s, but many Bruins held onto their skateboards as easy transportation around campus. The total California fad was sure to be found on the total southern California campus. ■ SCOOTERS, SCOOTERS AND MORE SCOOTERS...Forthose students who could notpaytheterriblyhigh parking permits or who did not want to endure the hike up to Hedrick, scooters were the perfect solution. Ethan Derner Transportatiod .: : Ethan Derner ■ CUTS LIKE A KNIFE Anti-vivisectionists struggle to be heard while demonstrating their quest to defend animal rights on Bruin Walk last October. These activists held the opinion that animals should not be sacrificed for scientific experiments. Their main goal was to stop UCLA professors from using animals for scientific research. This demonstration was one of several techniques the protesters engaged in to put a stop to vivisection. ■ ITS RAINING, ITS POURING Protesters demonstrate in front of the Mitsubishi Building last fall to discourage the company ' s involvement in destroying rain forests. More and more frequently as we advanced into the ' 90s the UCLA community was aware of, if not involved in, more big business boycotts. UCLA students also put pressure on large companies and corporations to be aware of and respond to consumer concerns. AN ACRE NOTREES 30 Protests en c a (T) Chuck Tutfli ■ LISTEN TO ME Gay rights advocate and UCLA student Adam Ross shared his struggles and accomplishments with approximately 200 students who gathered in Meyerhoff Park to celebrate National Coming Out Day. Ross was just one of a various group of speakers who conveyed both inspiring and tragic accounts of gay and lesbian experiences, revealing how far their struggle had come and how far it had yet to go. ■ THE JOLLY GREEN GIANT Supporters of Big Green, Proposition 1 28, stand up for their beliefs prior to election day last November. Environmental protection and funding were the central issues that Californians needed to consider as they voted on the Big Green initiative. The " No on 128 " campaign said that Big Green tried to accomplish too much without tackling California ' s smog problem. Proposition 128 was defeated at the polls. Challenging the System Ethan Derner Protests ■ CULTURAL BOOM In addition to athletic classes, UCLA ' s recreation program offered culturally diverse classes that brought a bit of another culture into students ' lives. As this teacher demonstrates, African drum classes combined education of African civilization with the art of music. Students could relax to the rhythm of the drums, escaping into a world far from the stress of midterms and finals. ■ PUMP YOU UP In the age of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hans and Franz, and Muscle Beach, muscles held the power to woo the opposite sex, compete with same sex, and create the ideal body. As demonstrated by this student ' s expression, it was a sport for the determined— determined to become one of the big, the strong and the buffed. Keep it up, Arnold would be proud. Bill Gee Sunny Sung 32 Recreation reak from the Books ■ c :3 BALL IN FLIGHT Two IM football players challenge each other and themselves in a heated sprint to catch the victory pass. IM sports was a form of stress release for Bruins in the cool L.A. afternoons. Thanks to the mild L.A. climate, the IM fields were crowded throughout the year with intramural athletes competing in anything from football to Over-the-Line, a three-man baseball game. Sam Chen Recreatio?) Doin ' the Bruin Thing ■ BRUINS BOWL Notjust a ' 50s recreation, UCLA ' s bowling alley allowed for good times and a chance to blow off some steam after class or on the weekend. Those students without cars or the desire to head into Westwood occasionally showed up with dates. And of course we have all thought about stealing those shoes. ■ HEADING DOWN THE FIELD Intramural football gave students the chance to show off their stiiff as no other sport could. The All- American sport always got the adrenaline pumping as Joe and Josephine Bruins strove to win the IM football title. Teams were comprised of fraternity or sorority members, dorm residents, and other interested students. 34 Recreation ■ fi Sam Chen c a ri r d B 1 1 1 PJ i i H MtHHIHE p 1 iM l l l 1 ¥i kJ 1 M B ■ SWEATING TO THE BEAT Whether it was a break between classes or a workout on the weekend, aerobics was one of the hottest recreation classes offered and was almost harder to get into than academic classes. UCLA was fitness crazed, as was most of the L.A. community, and everybody was in quest of a healthy heart and body. Recreation 3 ■ CAPITALIZING IN CUSSIFIEDS The Daily Bruin, with its readership of over 22,000, is backed by its hardworking staff and financed through the dedication of its Classifieds Staff. Here, senior Heather Smith answers questions on the nature of classified ads to two prospective students. At the front counter in Kerckhoff Hall, Heather approved thousands of dollars in ads arriving every day, selling cars, mopeds and concerts tickets but there are always dozens of personals and announcements from fraternities, sororites, and outgoing students. ■ PUMP UP THE VOLUME Even without a powertu ' transmitter, junior Beth Wittig could be heard all l the UCLA campus, broadcasting to students • . D ng in Bearwear and eating at the Treehouse. On station KLA, morning DJ Wittig played the popular and the obscure from female artists on her show, " Doing that Female Thing. " Stashing the station in the back of Ackerman Grand Ballroom could not keep her voice from entertaining her fellow Bruins. 36 News Media c a :3 (D i . ? hi! t l»m - f- ' f Mel Miranda ■ GRACE UNDER PRESSURE The life of a reporter for the Daily Bruin was not glorious. Frequently, the journalist had just two hours to get the facts and submit his or her story for the next issue. The expanded computer system and the student reporter ' s skill was all that is needed to uncover the truth, a motto the Daily Bruin strives to uphold. With all of these columnists, it was no wonder that the Daily Bruin was found under every seat in every classroom on campus. H ON THE AIR KLA, with a revamped system was stronger than ever over the airwaves. Students produced and hosted various shows such as specialty music shows, cultural shows, and news shows. The station provided 24 hour programming that could be heard on 99.9 Century Cable FM or 53 AM. News Mea ■ POWER OF THE WORD In addition to the daily news, UCLA strove to inform the student body of news and issues concerning their individual cultures. NOMMO, the African Student Newsmagazine was the first newsmagazine on campus. Through issues dealing with education, tradition, and unity the staff members such as Lufemi Nicol and David Jamison, pictured, broughtthe African-American community together. Although funding was constantly debated in USAC sessions, the focus magazines consistently produced quality periodicals. ■ LA GENTE DE AZTLAN The biquarterly newsmagazine for the Latino community, La Gente, proved beneficial to both its readers and staff. The publication covered issues affecting the Latino community, educating the community and providing a forum for the its staff members to enhance their writing skills. The newsmagazine also published Latino artwork and creative writing. La Gente, was staffed by students like editor Gloria Hernanadez, pictured here researching information for articles. 38 Newsmagazine •jead liners c Bruce Weirre ' NewsmagaziPf 1 Cultural k ttCil Stlklirs CLA Faculty ■ GET A CAREER A student inquires about employment information from a Southern California Gas Company representative. The second annual job fair for Bruins was held at the Ackerman Grand Ballroom on October 1 7 where over 80 companies were represented. Some companies that were present included Andersen Consultants, Knott ' s Berry Farm and Mobil. The successful job fair attracted hundreds of students, some looking for future job opportunities while others went for free gifts. i ■ SERVING THE INDIVIDUAL Two Bears from Italy " was one of the most popular places to eat, providing pizzas for those noontime and late night hunger pains. The pizzamaker was not envied as she was forced to keep up with the growing lines and impatient customers waiting for their number to appear on the silent radio. OF ENERGY .1 X. Julie Ohara Bruce V eimer Green en C a (D d) ■ BOOKS FOR BUCKS Shana Mawley, an ASUCLA Bookstore cashier rings up books for customers inside Ackerman ' s busy bookstore. Bookstore cashiers endured unceasing lines during the first week of every quarter that would begin 7:45 a.m., and would not stop until 8:30 p.m. ■ FAST FOOD, FAST CASH A food service employees serves a snack to a rushed student in the Cooperage. Food service was the most common on campus job for Bruins. Students who were looking for extra funds for entertainment or necessary funds for rent or reg fees found their answer in flexibl e ASUCLA jobs. ASUCLA provided many convenient on campus jobs for students ranging from food service to Bearwear. Other students were employed as readers, researchers, or librarians. Employme; 42 Community service reating Community c a Photo courtesy of Project SHARE ■ LOOKING FOR FRIENDLY SMILES Project SHARE reached out to children of Japanese and African descent in the Crenshaw area. UCLA students spent time with the children tutoring them in special subjects, and encouraging them to set long term goals in their education. ■ CHECKMATE Mike Chan of the Asian Education Program takes time out to play with the children, stepping out of the tutorial role to a more casual role. The second hour of the Saturday morning program gave tutors and their kids time to learn more about each other and just spend some time having fun. AEP tutored at Castelar Elementary School, located in Chinatown in the downtown L.A. area. ,n Clarissa Aesquivel Community service 44 Housing Imost Home ■ AN EXCLUDABLE OFFENSE Playing frisbee in the lialls was cause for a dreaded write-up in the dorms. Dorm fun included hall bowling, golf, football, watergun fights or anything else that tested the Resident Assistants ' tolerance. RAs threatened expulsion from the dorms if residents received too many write-ups. For some reason students didn ' t always feel threatened by this consequence. ■ THE LOVE BOAT Finally free of parents, RAs, and dorm food, UCLA students opted for Westwood apartment living in apartment buildings like this one known as the Love Boat. Although the prices were high, they could crank their music as loud as they liked as late as they liked, and they found a little more privacy than was to be found in the residence halls. It was the first taste of true independence. The biggest pain about living in the apartments was cooking. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches became common for dinner, and what about those frozen boneless chicken breasts that could be cooked a hundred and one different ways? Sunny Sung CO c a (T) « KERCKHOFF QUIET Students were forever finding different spots to sit down and study for classes. By the end of this Bruin ' s day at UCLA lie had found his favorite study spot whether it be in the sunny shade of a Kerckhoff corner or in the midst of Bruin Walk on the grassy knoll of Meyerhoff Park. i l -- iU. 1 w -t 1 B W J IK 1 f- fif St» mamnk m iHIHlii m |£i- ii|AHII John Smolin . •■ Renee Santibanes ■ ASBOYSSLEEPThetoughacademics of UCLA caused these students to need a break. After finding the perfect spot in the Sculpture Garden and using their backpacks as pillows, these guys shut their eyes for just a minute before cracking those books. ■ CAPTIVATING LECTURE A biology professor tries to keep his students awake during a lecture in Kinsey Hall. Bruins will always remember the daily battle waged againstfalling asleep during a lecture. It was so tempting to skip class and find a spot in the Sculpture Garden to take a nap. Some professors were able to grab students attention and held their classes captivated throughout the typical 50 minute lecture. Academics -i ' Sam Chen 48 Academics lakinq the Grade - 1 4, |l ■ f ' It i T ■ ; M ' ' jfe - ' c a ( ■ ' ' " 4 ' t . ' - . f ' St- t ' 4i Ethan Derner ■ GRASSY SPOT Although each stu- dent had a different idea as to why they were attending college, each faced the challenges that came with university life. Time to study and relax for these B ruins came between classes in the shade of the trees in Dickson Plaza. ■ IN THE NOON HOUR Daytime studying was not a common habit as most students kept their study hours to the mid- night hour. Those students who did take time to study between classes found the outside eating areas a convenient and re- freshing area to study opposed to the stuffy reading rooms in Powell Library. Academics 49 Sam Chen 50 Academics Ihallenqinq the Mind c a ri 6 ' mk f ' " _ " STARING AT BUNK SCREEN " Most Bruins felt this way as they studied. Concentration was not easy for a tired mind; those who spent countless hours in Boelter ' s computer labs experienced this feeling quite literally. ■ ART WATCHING The sculptures in the Franklin G. Murphy Sculpture Garden gave stu- dents a distraction from studying. A place to study, sleep, suntan, or appreciate art, the garden served as an escape from classes for North campus majors. ■ STUDY PERSPECTIVE Bruins robbed each minute they could to do some quick cramming no matter if they were waiting for a ride, or in between classes. Wherever Bruins found a place to sit down and do some studying became fair game. Academics 51 ■ COMFORTABLE COUCHES Kerckhoffs study lounges were popular for catching some Zzzs as well as catching up on classes. Lo- cated just a few steps from the Kerckhoff Coffee House, the Alumni Study Lounge had easy access to the Coffee House ' s potent coffees which often served as sleepicides. Yet they didn ' t always work as planned. ■ QUICK REFERENCE Amidst the infor mation of thousands of books in Powell library, many students found more traditional study locations. Although libraries offered less flex- ible hours than study lounges and prohibited food inside study areas, many students still opted for the quiet and still atmosphere of the libraries. 52 Academics Itudy.,. or Sleep? I: f . Ki K n DISORGANIZED THOUGHT Messy desks were common sights dur- ing Dead or Finals Week of each quarter. Fully equipped with coffee, highlighters, and bright light, all-nighters became a trademark of all too many students. ' ■ CAUGHT IN THE ACT UCLA was al ways filled with the complex sounds of cameras rolling and markers clicking. The School of Film was continuously in production, making shows such as " University " (the college soap opera), " Good News, Bad News " (the sitcom about working on a college newspaper) and dozens of other student projects shot around the campus. Strategically located near Holly- wood, UCLA was the perfect stepping stone into the world of motion pictures and television. ■ REFLECTING BODIES IN MOTION in the Dance Building, students choreograph a performance that will inspire and awe audi- ences With their grace and technique. Dance majors practiced for hours polishing their skills in jazz, ballet and modern dance. ■ FOCUSING THE MIND ' S EYE The Franklin G. Murphy Sculpture Garden provided a multitude of visual exibits for art students to capture in their own unique way. Walking from class to class, distracted students found them- selves side-stepping art students who were intent on capturing a personal vision of one of the works of art or the contrasting architecture on campus. Intensity and creativity were only two of the numerous qualities that were needed to be a UCLA art major. lakin ea Scene ■ I 1 - jJL 1 1 1 ' ' ill m ' -. c a 3 fD North campus loldinq of an Artist I MOLDING MASTERPIECE Bringing to life a block of clay takes the patience and precision of a student determined to convey a feeling into sculp- ture. Set in the heart of North Cannpus, students exercise their creative ideas through many other mediums in art classes. ' 0 M CO c a ' i vii ' ! ' n k : afe - J: Bruce Weimer ■ SYMPHONY IN SESSION Far from the city sounds of L.A., UCLA ' s student orchestra performs classical compositions in Schoenberg Hall. The orchestra handled Handel with ease and brought Brahms, Bach, and Beethoven to the Bruins. ■ BEHIND THE SCENES The stage crew of an upcoming performance puts the finishing touches on a set being readied for production. The UCLA theatre major needed to have an understanding of each part of his or her craft to excel in his or her field. UCLA theatre majors were required to take a wide range of classes in addition to acting and directing. North campus 57 Heading South for the ■ CAREFUL EYE, STEADY HAND Aileen King, a senior Kinesiology major, carefully per- forms her experiment dealing with rat related samples in Boelter Hall. Many undergrads that conducted research provided valuable help to professors, while becoming exposed to the different aspects of the science world. ■ YOUNG PILLARS OF KNOWLEDGE A passerby ' s perspective: Young Hall shields the undergrad from the fall of night. After dusk, one could not help but wonder if the myth about Young ' s four pillars was true. If you walked between certain pillars would that really affect your grade? 58 South campus Sdiii Chen C i c a Top and bottom photo by Sam Chen ■ PROGRAMMED FOR EXCELLENCE electrical engineering student David Roff works on a chip design in the new Engineering IV building. The Engineering building was just one of the structures that made its debut on campus this year. ■ THE POWER IS ON David Chen, an electrical engineering senior, works in the Pho- ton Factory Lab. Attempting to bring tomorrow ' s future to today ' s students was what the engi- neering department was all about. a Scenes from the South ■ CALM IN THE STORM An engineering student hits the books in the ESUC lounge located in Boelter Hall. As one of the most difficult undergraduate programs at UCLA, the engineering department demanded many hours of studying from its students. ■ YOUNG MINDS AT WORK No one knows the complexities of the atom better than the chemistry students of South campus. Studying long hours and pouring through complicated volumes of research, South campus students worked to increase knowledge of the world and its makeup. Here students diligently listen to a chemistry professor lecture on molecular structure. Ca Sc Ti . Zn Ga Cc At S« Bi »u RS PA Ai) Cd ■ ' .Sti.kJL.%.h ' ' . .f? ' frJ|AifV W i m r £ T " li ff3.0 Sam Chen ■ A CRITICAL EYE ON SCIENCE Sathvic Krishnamurthy and Alan Akahoshi, both senior computer science engineers, work in the computer science laboratory. The oscilloscope provides a visual representation of the performance of a real time circuit. ■ IN HER ELEMENT Tara Kirby, a chemistry major, does a chemistry experiment for her professor in Young Hall. Hands-on lab experiments were a major part of all scientific study. South campus 61 Ethan Derner 62 Gallery r r Gallery 6: ' »« Americanized Fruit The language I know not, I was born here, I was shaped in a colorless town. If I chose to stray to places the sound Of my voice told them I wasn ' t born th ere. Mistakenly they thought I didn ' t care About the red, blue, yellow - - I ' m not down With that, but ignorantly they will frown, Never knowing me, and that ' s just not fair. They cannot say that I ' m not one of them I am proud, I do know my history. Brunette, dark eyes, un-white skin -- I fit the type; But I can ' t sing the national anthem And I haven ' t protested much lately So they say, one more banana is ripe. --Nerissa Roselada ' ■- ■■■ ■•M - Lvnette Tsai » »mc 64 Gallery 1 i A X A E ' R ' Y B U r I N I. I F H 1 ' ) ' ) y ' ) 1 r r Gallery 6[ 66 Gallery r N Gallery 6 68 Gallery .- .- ■ V j aaB B L S at..- " -.A. . .. Chuck Tuffh Gallery 69 G ' A in B R I ' I N 1. I F I-: 1 ' ' ) ) ) 1 r Gallery 7: Dare to Make a Difference " Poverty will be wide- spread soon if we don ' t do something. How can we here at UCLA help change what is mainly a structural problem in America? " -Ramie Dare 72 Student profile Ramie Dare " When I read about a problem in our com- munity, or in Los Angeles, that motivates me. I feel this need to give something back to my home, that I can do something now, and after I graduate. " In an age of materialsim, big business and a return to Social Darwinism you won ' t find the majority of students so motivated in selflessness that they would dedicate most of their college career to someone other than themselves, but 1990-91 Community Service Commissioner (CSC), Ramie Dare, is one of the rare few. If you are looking for Dare you can usually find her in 408 Kerckhoff working for CSC, ignoring her studies. " I didn ' t feel this way until high school, when I started to have ' middle-class guilt. ' It gave me the feeling of an obligation.. .You know, ' Why am I doing okay in school and someone else isn ' t? Why do I have a good family and someone else doesn ' t? ' I decided to fight this guilt by giving back what I gained. " Although Dare has succeeded in giving herself back to the community, she has taken her com- mitment a step further. Most community service volunteers become so attached to their respective projects and the one-on-one contact involved that they seldom leave their own projects to join the commission staff. Senior urban studies major Dare is different. She believes so strongly in her cause that she decided to run for commissioner in order to accomplish the most for her community off and on campus. Giving of herself is not enough for Dare; she would like the rest of the campus see what they have to offer. " Poverty will be widespread soon if we don ' t do something, and many social programs call us and ask how they can use our huge pool of 25,000 undergrads to help. How can we here at UCLA help change what is mainly a structural problem in America? " Dare realizes that the UCLA CSC is not going to solve the educational, environmental, racial, and discrimination problems in the United States, but she strongly believes that UCLA students can contribute to the solution. Dare has a vision of CSC when she leaves office, " I want the programs to be stronger, with more involvement from the campus community. I want the CSC directors and volunteers to know what they are doing and why. Even though most students identify themselves only with their group, they are also a part of CSC... " Although CSC is hundreds of students strong. Dare would like to see everyone on campus par- ticipate in community service. The 1990-91 CSC volunteer survey revealed the predominant group of volunteers to be Asian women. " UCLA students should question why they are atthis university, and what their role is in life. If they are going into a certain field, like business, they are still responsible to the world around them somehow, and they have some contribution to make, no matter how small, " believes Dare. " I would love to see a campus-wide coalition of students in different CSC groups working together, in the classrooms and out in the real world. " Dare is realizing her goal of bringing together classes with community through Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL). Dare was instrumental in acquiring a $4000 grant from COOL which will allow Professor Melvin Oliver to substitute com- munity service work for one midterm grade in his sociology 1 class. Dare has also overseen the creation of three new CSC projects this past year; Stu- dents Honestly Opening Up Together, which involves university students serving as counselors for gay, lesbian and bisexual teenagers; People Assisting Non-reading Children and Adults Through Knowledge and Education, and Indo-Chinese Students As- sociation Education Project. Dare has questioned why she is at UCLA and what her role is in life, and she has found her answer in giving. She has given to the community both herself and hundreds of other students. i (Xi " D O ■ SERVING THE STUDENT COMMU- NITY Ramie Dare answers a student ' s questions about what the Community Ser- vice Commission has to otfer the UCLA student as well as the Los Angeles commu- nity. Student profile Ramie Dare " I marched from the ROTC office over to the GALA (Gay and Lesbian Association) office. " Steve Gonzalez, a political science in- ternational relations major now in his fourth year, did not come out about being gay until the end of his sophomore year in college. Although he realized he was gay in high school he did not feel comfortable enough with his sexuality to come out of the closet. It was during Gonzalez ' s freshman year that he joined Army ROTC. Although he con- sidered it a valuable experience, Gonzalez de- cided to leave ROTC because he was in constant fear that someone would find out that he was gay; Gonzalez also felt lonely. This feeling of loneliness helped motivate Gonzalez to create SHOUT (Students Honestly Opening Up Together), one of UCLA ' s newest community service projects. SHOUT is a mentorship and peer counseling program for greater Los Angeles high school students who are gay, lesbian or bisexual. SHOUT is very necessary because during high school, gay and lesbian students are at a greater risk for suicide, substance abuse, and dropping out. Additionally, high school students find it difficult to identify with counselors, who in turn are often ill-informed and unsympathetic. SHOUT volunteers are trained to provide encouragement to lesbian, gay, and bi- sexual high school students and to help the students feel proud of who they are and comfort- able about their sexuality. In Steve ' s mind, UCLA does not have the support system he had hoped although he has seen a big improvement in Chancellor Young ' s support. Overall, UCLA has been a " pretty good place to be open about sexuality, but we still have a long way to go, " remarked Gonzalez. One thing Gonzalez would like to see in the future is the creation of more classes about gay, lesbian and bisexual as well as better coverage in the general curriculum. Then sexuality issues would not be " swept under the rug. " It may take a generation or so, but he feels that we are " laying the foundation " for a better understanding of gays, lesbian and bisexuals. Chuck TuHli Because of Gonzalez ' s openness with his homosexuality, he has encountered negative attitudes here at UCLA. In the spring of 1990, Gonzalez ran for Executive Vice-President of USAC. The election was a " tough experience " and resulted in a narrow loss. Steve feels that being openly gay was a damaging aspect of an otherwise strong campaign. He felt that he was well-qualified, but the campus was not ready for a gay council member. He is disappointed that more conservative universities have openly gay elected student leaders and UCLA has not been open-minded enough to elect one to council yet. After graduation, Steve sees a future in public interest law. Steve will continue to strive for his vision of " a world of equality. " He was raised to be patriotic and hopes to see a change in our country. He dreams of a world in which people are accepted for their differences, and others learn from those differences. 74 Student profile Steve Gonzalez HOUTing Out Loud (— (- C rD r-l- " O During Steve s freshman year, he joined Army ROTC.he decided to leave because he was in constant fear that someone would find out that he was gay. H SHOUT! Gonzalez works with a high school student during a SHOUT session. ■ PRIORITIZING Gonzalez found that his involvement in campus groups took time away from his studies, forcing him to make time to study within his busy schedule. ■ ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL Gonzalez takes time out of campaigning to pose with Lloyd Monserratt, Ben Wexler, and Sam Kaufman, current Academic Affairs Commis- sioner. Although defeated in the race, Gonzalez hopes his campaign brought the campus a step closer to electing a gay, lesbian or bisexual council member. Student profile Steve Gonzalez In Pursuit of a Dream Although Grabiel ' s stud- ies take away precious moments from his wife and eight children. ..he has learned to manage his time between loving his family, earning a living and pursing his dream. m THEORY PUT INTO PRACTICE Grabiel ' s computer expertise allows him to incorporate his computer knowledge with his field of study, geography. H WISER VISION Because of his age Grabiel is able to apply his experience to his studies. He holds an advantage over most students who only have clasroom experience. ■ MAKING TIME Grabiel shares a rare moment atop Janss Steps with his four year old son, Mark. 75 Student profile Pablo Grabiel C 5 c 0) It IS a sunny day on Circle Drive West in front of Dykstra Hall. Two UCLA students, a sophomore girl and a middle-aged man exchange a kiss on the cheek. " Everyone thought she was my girl, " chuckles Pablo Grabiel, graduate stu- dent, father, husband, and businessman. The woman of his affections was his daughter, UCLA sophomore, Valerie Grabiel. Grabiel recollects this anecdote as a fond memory of his adjustment to life at UCLA. Grabiel is 42 years old, owns his own computer consulting firm, is married and is a father of eight. Grabiel is also a full-time geography graduate student here at UCLA. Grabiel is fulfilling his dream to pursue higher learning. His dedication motivates him to deal with the disadvantages of being a student and a father. Whenever Grabiel feels discour- aged and overwhelmed he remembers the words of Calvin Coolidge, " Nothing can compare with persistence. " Most Bruins would label their thoughts about school as nightmares. Grabiel, on the other hand, " dreams of going to class. " Per- haps Grabiel regards school with such endear- ing terms because his road to UCLA has been longer than most other Bruins. In 1971, Grabiel started computer pro- gramming and in 1 980 began his own computer consulting firm. During these years, he was forced to concentrate on raising his children, rather than earning a degree. Yet, spurred by his inability to advance in his profession without a degree and his desire to teach, Grabiel enrolled as a geography student at Rio Hondo College. Two years later he decided to pursue his dream of attending UCLA and transferred. In 1989 Grabiel graduated with an undergraduate degree in geography, and is currently working toward a Ph .D. His ultimate dream is to teach or do research at UCLA, integrating his " computer knowledge with geography. " Grabiel has fallen in love with UCLA to the point that he never wants to stray from its arms. " I have a reverence for this institution, " says Grabiel. As a child, Grabiel would ride his bike to Powell Library and stand in awe of the imposing buildings. " I felt very much at home on this campus, " remembers Grabiel. Grabiel ' s persistence has made such O a strong enough impression on his children that most of them will seek their higher O education at UCLA. His eldest daughter, " " Val is the first to follow in his footsteps. — Her choice in school also proves conve- CO nient for Grabiel. He is able to spend time with her studying or grabbing a bite to eat at LuValle Commons. Although his studies take away pre- cious moments from his wife and children, Grabiel endures. He has learned to manage his time between raising his children, being a loving husband, earning a living and pursuing his dream. After he has completed his studies, Grabiel hopes to give the state of California something back: his knowledge and ex- pertise. Together, he and his wife, who wishes to teach geography at the junior college level, will have savored their piece of the American pie and have handed down the recipe to their children. eservinq a Future ! Witt An dur ii Ethan Derner 78 Student profile Kerry Murray What is it like to be an American Indian student at UCLA? American Indians make up less than one percent of the campus popula- tion, and have the lowest retention rate of any group on campus. Additionally, American Indi- ans must face an administration that ignores their religious rights. Senior psychobiology major Kerry W. Murray deals with these issues on a daily basis. Murray has strong cultural ties with his people. Born and raised in Lander, Wyoming, he lived near the Wind River Reservation. His father is Shoshone and Ute and his mother Scots-Irish. " I wasn ' t raised traditionally (as an Indian), " but he was influenced by the reserva- tion. Murray also attended a public high school with a large American Indian population. Murray became an active member in the American Indian Student Association (AISA) during his sophomore year. Through AISA, Murray is working towards solving some of the problems facing the American Indian student. This way, he is directly involved in the recruit- ment and retention of American Indians. Murray believes the low percentage of American Indian university students stems from, " . . .a weak K-1 2 system and a lack of university recruitement, " while the low retention rate among underrepresented groups lies in " ...poor sup- port systems on campus. " Another mam issue facing the AISA and American Indians everywhereis the return of American Indian remains to their rightful de- scendants. AISA has protested against the exhibition and study of sacred American Indian remains in Haines Hall countless times in hopes of seeing the enforcement of the legislation of the Native American Grave Protection and Re- patriation Act signed by President Bush in No- vember. " Our human rights are being denied. We want the remains for those reasons. The worst thing is that the remains are on this campus and the people here aren ' t very respon- sive. " Yet Murray has come to understand and deal with the apathetic atmosphere on campus. Before coming to UCLA, he expected the cam- pus to have a lot more trust and interaction. " Even though this is such a diverse campus, it ' s like having a thousand campuses. There ' s no open dialogue or communication. " Murray ' s frustration also comes from the difference between the way he was raised back home and the environment on campus. His culture taught him to help others and to giv e of himself. Murray strongly believes that " the best feeling comes when you are benefitting other people. " Although Murray does not practice the traditional singing or dancing, and does not speak the Shoshone or Ute language, he has a great understanding of his culture and tradition. " Our culture is definitely not lost. We (AISA) want to make students more aware because a lot of people don ' t know about our culture. We work towards educating the campus through social and cultural activities. " On the national level, Murray has also continued his cause. He has been integral in the creation of the Organization of North Ameri- can Indian College Students which is geared towards changing the environment on college campuses. Murray also served on the board of the National Indian Education Association for two years. Additionally, Murray wants people to real- ize that many American Indians are doctors, lawyers, pastors, and other professionals. Through education, Murray believes that more people will abandon the stereotypes that American Indians face in the modern U.S. Murray looks to the past for the strength to overcome the problems the American Indian student faces today in order to create a better future for the American Indian. Murray looks to the past for the strength to over- come the problems the American Indian student faces today in order to create a better future for the American Indian. m SPEAKING OUT Murray speaks against the American Indian remains in Haines Hall for the use of research or exhibition. ■ IN TOUCH WITH TRADITION Murray listens to the voice of experience of Native American actor and spokesman, Floyd Red Crow Westerman. Student profile Kerry Murray 79 All She Can Be " Whether you agree with what is going on or not doesn ' t matter; it ' s part of your job to follow the government and trust that they know what ' s best. " -Susan Romito .Av m INSPECTION Romito inspects her fellow cadets to make sure they properly adhere to the discipline and order the U.S. Army commands. ■ LEADING INTO THE FUTURE Romito represents the future of the Army as she takes time out to go through drills in front of the Men ' s Gym every Thursday afternoon. H ARMY STUDIES Romito leads a discus- sion in one of her specialized ROTC classes. Top and bottom ptiotos by Sunny Sunj 1 3C9(1 « f ;;W- ' t t , PHH6ER CHALLENGE " X Instead of spending her spring breaks on the beach, Susan Romito spent hers practicing rifle marksmanship at Camp Pendleton. And while other students went abroad, attended classes or worked over the summer, she was eitherjumping out of planes for Airbourne school or acting as a 2nd lieutenant in charge of her own platoon in Alaska. Romito, a fourth year kinesiology major from San Diego, is not what one would call a " typical " student. Ever since she entered UCLA, Romito ' s weekends, vacations and eventually her everyday life have been filled with obligations to the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTO. " My college experience has been different in that although ROTC is like a part time job, the military aspect is so removed from everyday life, " Romito said. However, ROTC has become a daily rou- tine for Romito. She holds the position of the Executive Officer where her duties include acting as a liaison between senior ROTC cadets and the commander, coordinating different staff functions and presiding over weekly staff meetings. One afternoon a week she attends academic and non-academic (military tactics) ROTC classes. She also participates in the color guard (who perform at the Homecoming parade and basketball games), and is a mem- ber of the Ranger Challenge team (a two day event that consists of competing against other schools in physical fitness and military tactics). The Persian Gulf War and the recent protests against the military ' s policy on gay, lesbian and bisexual members places UCLA Army ROTC at the center of student protests. As a part of Army ROTC, Romito must deal with attacks against the military. The Persian Gulf War has been one of the biggest issues facing ROTC. " People pretty much keep their opinions to themselves. Whether you agree with what is going on or not doesn ' t matter; it ' s part of your job to follow the government and trust that they know what ' s best, " commented Romito. If the U.S. was to re- instate the draft ROTC cadets would be regarded as civilians. Additionally, Romito constantly faces at- tacks about the military ' s policy that bars gays, lesbians and bisexuals from being in the military. Although the ROTC officers seldom express their opinions and accept the policy handed down to them from the Pentagon, Romito be- lieves that, " most (gays, lesbians, and bisexu- als) are in the military who want to be in it. People know about it, but it ' s just ignored. " She feels that she chose to work for the government and therefore must follow the government ' s policies. Romito has found her ROTC experience invaluable. " I ' m not really sure what prompted me to get involved with ROTC, " Romito said. " I guess I was just curious, I wanted to challenge myself. " And challenge herself she has, with every- thing from early morning physical training and learning ambush and enemy raid tactics to giving informational briefings. And to a great extent, she has proven herself in this tradition- ally male-dominated sphere. " I enjoy acting as a role model for women in the military, " Romito said. " ROTC has led me to develop certain values and has shared my future. If I had to do it all over again I wouldn ' t change a thing. Sunny Sung Student profile Susan Romito 81 eeoinq Afloat «• rr i j . Li ••rf r ' ' .% wo we a« eai Ian Bruce Weimer ■ RACING TOWARDS A DREAM " Making the Olympics in ' 92 is a goal I ' ve made for myself. Thiat would be the ulti- mate. " Gibbons hopes to take her winning freestyle form to the Olympics in Spain in 1992. ■ WINNING TIME Gibbons smiles as she sees her winning time in the 200 meter freestyle in the meet against Arizona State University. ' f sp re: 00 pri % an Oil IS k •11 82 Student profile Jean Gibbons up fro, Sy| Whoever said college athletes have it easy? They were wrong. Sophomore swimmer Jeanne Gibbons gets up at 5:00 a.m. for practice three days a week. Five days a week she practices for two and a half hours in the afternoon. Every Saturday morning she practices from 8:00-10:00 a.m. Plus, she IS a full-time student planning to get her Ph.D. in sports psychology. Being an athlete at UCLA takes up many hours of the day, plus takes a serious physical toll on the body. The average swimmer on the women ' s swimming team puts in 22 hours a week of practice plus meets. Gibbons on an average misses a week and a half of school each quarter. The NCAA finals inconveniently land on either dead week or finals week every winter quarter. " You usually can reschedule tests either before you leave or after you come back. Most professors are nice about it, but some can be difficult, " remarks Gibbons. Gibbons has learned to deal with the re- sponsibilities of a swimmer as well as the responsibilities of a student. " Whatever I do I only settle for the best. " She seldom has a problem accepting less as she is a top freestyle swimmer in the 50, 100, and 200 meter races and a top student. Gibbons participated in the Olympic trials in 1988 and plans to return in 1992. She has learned to juggle her academic life and athletic life even if her social life suffers. " I know my roommate hates me; I go to bed at ten every night. " In order to keep up her grades and make up for lost class time. Gibbons seeks assistance from free academic tutors offered to athletes. Suprisingly, " ...hardly anyone takes advantage of the tutoring. " After nearly drowning when she was only four. Gibbons ' parents decided to enroll Jean and her younger sister. Kerne, in swimming lessons. What was originally a necessity became Gibbons ' focus which only seems natural to an athletic family. Her father was a collegiate swimmer and professional tennis player; her mother swam in college. Kerne is also a talented swimmer and plans to attend UCLA. Attending a California school has been a goal of Gibbons ' since she was in eighth grade. " I told my parents I was going to go to school in California, and I was going to get a swimming scholarship. " And that is exactly what she has done. Offered full-ride scholarships around the nation. Gibbons had a tough time deciding between USC, Berkeley and UCLA. UCLA is lucky she chose to swim for the Bruin blue and gold as she is one of the top swimmers in the nation. She visited UCLA during her recruitment period and " had a gut feeling, " that she belonged at UCLA. The recruitment process itself also played an important part in her decision to attend UCLA. The women ' s swim coach, Cyndi Gallagher, gave UCLA recruitment the personal touch through letters, phone calls and even a visit to the Gibbons ' home in Philadelphia. " Cyndi made the difference, " remembers Gibbons. Now, Gibbons refers to the team as her family and Gallagher as " a mom to me. " The life of a UCLA student-athlete is not the plush life other peon students envision. Disad- vantages and advantages can be found. For any athlete though, UCLA tries to compensate for the disadvantages through tutoring, schol- arship money and support. c rD O — K Fd " " Making the Olympics in ' 92 is a goal I Ve made for myself. That would be the ultimate. " -Jeanne Gibbons Sports Renee Santibanes Chuck Tultli Chuck Tuffli 86 Sports C ) O Sports 87 The Road to Rebuilding Bruce Weimer Someone said the Bruins had trouble getting rolling. But the real problem was that they were rolling: up and down along a rollercoaster whose peaks were wins and dips were losses. When asked why he felt the team had such a hard time winning consecutive games, co-captain Eric Turner said, " That ' s someing that we couldn ' t figure out. Our team was good enough to win any given day. We were only a few plays away from the Rose Bowl, and that ' s the truth. It was pretty frustrating. " It was true that a few breaks for, instead of against, the Bruins could have changed the outcome of the season, but the rebuilding team had some great moments. Not only were past UCLA records edged and matched, but a few were broken by senior tailback Brian Brown and freshman quarterback Tommy Maddox. Without a doubt some of the most exciting season highlights occured in the game against Washington, the number two-ranked team in the nation. The Bruins entered the game 21 point underdogs, with virtually no support, save from die hard Brum fans. In the first quarter, Brown exploded for an 88 yard touchdown. From then on the lead swayed back and forth with first the Bruins scoring then the Huskies. With only ten seconds left on the clock. Brad Daluiso made an unforgettable kick, and clinched the Bruin victory. 88 Football Men ' s Football 2 Adams, Bryan WR 24 Gamble, Robert RGB 75 Linn, Mike ORG 53 Shaw, Meech ILB 89 Ale, Arnold LB 67 Gideon, Aron C 54 Littleton, Nkosi NB 17 Shelton, Ken FS 33 Alexander, Chris WR 18 Givens, Quentin FS 91 Lockwood, Brian OLB 40 Smalley, Rod LB 86 Allen, Brian TE 32 Goodwin, Marvin DB 36 Lyons, Damion LCB 23 Smith, Kevin FB 90 Anthony, Corwin TE 94 Gray, Bobby TE 18 Maddox, Tommy QB 83 Soltis, John PK 41 Argo, Stacy ILB 3 Gray, Carlton LCB 58 Malone, James ILB 60 Spalding, Scott OLG 62 Audelo, Dave ORT 46 Greedy, Garett DE 89 Matthews, Daran FL 25 Stager, Brian PK 95 Austin, Randy TE 91 Green, Jason TE 42 McClave, Andry LB 76 Stevens, Derek ORT 61 Bailey, Jeff OLT 22 Greenwood, Carl DB 44 McPherson, Pat ILB 36 Stokes, J.J. WR 95 BanduccI, Eric DL 58 Helm, Steve OLB 2 Miller, Scott FL 77 Swanson, Brian NG 7 Bonds, Jim QB 9 Henderson, 19 Moore, Michael WR 64 Tighe, Brian LB 93 Blinn, Steve TE Othello S 4 Moore, Reggie SE 27 Toy, Maury FB 50 Brigida, Andrew NG 24 Howard, Jerry SS 55 Motherway, Ryan OL 66 Tuala, Siitupe NG 30 Brown, Brian TB 97 Howard, Sean OLB 68 Muir, Larry ILB 29 Turner, Eric FS 48 Carter, Kaleaph FB 79 Isaia, Sale DL 21 Nelson, Eric RS 45 Wagner, Jim LB 98 Chalenski, Mike DE 72 Jacobs, Brian ORG 81 Nguyen, Mike WR 93 Walker, Bruce LB 82 Clark, Jeff SE 90 Jasper, Shane LB 71 Novitsky, Craig ORT 30 Washington, 52 Cole, Randy OLB 11 Johnson, Bret QB 51 Onwutuebe, Daron RB 10 Collier, Travis SS 12 Jordon, Al LCB Emmanuel NG 64 Washington, 15 Cook, Wayne QB 4 Jordon, Kevin WR 47 O ' Quinn, Carrick ILB Timothy OLT 35 Craig, Bradley OLB 55 Keeton, Rocen OLB 68 Parker, Vaughn ORG 99 Wayland, Cory DE 82 Daluiso, Brad PK 65 Kelly, Brian DRT 39 Paton, George RCB 92 Werner, Matt DRT 85 Daly, Rick TE 15 Kelly, Jon FS 57 Pernecky, 69 Wilder, Marc ORT 43 Darby, Matt SS 63 Kennedy, Paul DL George RGB 21 Wilks, Deon OLB 31 Davis, Ricky TB 49 Keyler, Courtney P 40 Phifer, Roman OLB 20 Williams, Kevin TB 32 Dickey, Kevin FB 88 LaChapelle, 73 Rae, James OLB 14 Williams, Mike FS 51 Doyle, Sean ORG Sean SE 56 Reemstem, Brian ILB 37 Wills, Shawn TB 17 Emanuel, Bert QB 26 Lambert, Dion RGB 87 Richardson, Paul SE 56 Winnek, John LS 74 Farr, Andre DRT 29 LaRose, Chad DB 28 Sandfer, Dominic PK 65 Woodfin, London LB 86 Ford, Jake SE 96 Lassalette, Tom DE 42 Schexnayder, 79 Zeno, Lance C 70 Fuller, Rick OLT 78 Lawhorn, Kim DRT Anthony SS 59 Zilinkas, John C wmmmmmm:. n ' i: njww " jH -w- , ' itfiM m Chuck TuHli O " No one was giving us any credit before tlie game (against Wastiington). That put a little fire in us, and we beat the supposedly 2- ranked team in the nation. Itwasagreat victory for the team and the program. " -Lance Zeno, captain ■ LOOKING FOR DAY- LIGHT With grace, speed, and agility, junior tailback Shawn Wills evades the fierce Oklahoma defense in going for the first down. Wills ' size and strength gave him the ability to cut through the smallest of holes, establish- ing him as one of the most aggressive and successful Bruin players. ■ IT TAKES FOUR TO TANGO Defensive end Bruce Walker ( 49) and defensive tackle MattWerner( 92)bring down Cardinal Glen Milburn during a game in which the Bruins edged Stanford in the final minutes. ■ THE THRILL OF VIC- TORY The Bruins celebrate a momentous victory over the 2 ranked Washington Hus- kies. Football 89 ■ HOLE IN THE LINE Senior Brian Brown scans the line for an opening before breaking for a first down against Arizona. Brown.tlie starting tailback, became tfie first Bruin since 1988 to rusfi more thian 100 yards in four straight games. OUT OF THE POCKET Rolling H outpasthisOklahomaopponent, freshman quarterback Tommy Maddox searches the field for an open re- ceiver. Maddox passed for 2,682 yards this season, which placed him third on the Bruin all-time single season list. CLOSE CALL An incredible catch by flanker Scott Miller resulting ma H 38 yard touchdown was ]ust one highlight in the battle against the USC Trojans. After one of the most memorable games between crosstown rivals, the Trojans won 45-42. i Bruce Weimer 90 Football ■ TIGHT SQUEEZE With sheer Bruin might, Mike Chalenski ( 98) and James Malone ( 58) crush the drive of an Oklahoma Sooner while Kim Lawhorn ( 78) hastens to help. ■ " TOUCHDOWN! " Shawn Wills ( 37), Sean LaChapelle ( 88), and Brian Brown ( 30) celebrate in the endzone while a disgusted Arizona Wildcat looks on. CD o Bruce Weimer Football 91 Heading to t he To National Collegiate Athletic Association(NCAA) Champi- ons. It is the dream of all college athletes. But notsince 1985, when the Men ' s Soccer Team reached the Final Four, were they in a position to realize that dream. In 1990, that dream once again came true as the Bruins duplicated that feat... Desire was never in question for the team. Coming into the season, the prospects were very promising. After being ranked for an all too short one week in 1989, the 1990 team set out to improve on their prior accomplishments. Talent was also a vital aspect to the team. Although losing a graduating team leader, the Bruins kept the nucleus of the team together, while adding an impressive list of recruits. Goaltending went from being a question mark to a strength. Using a rotating system of goaltenders, coach Sigi Schmid made sure the goalies were conditioned. The theme for 1990 was defense. A goal against UCLA was a rare treat. And while defense was the focal point, the counter-attack of the Bruins remained very potent. Led in the middle by leading scorer Billy Thompson, the Bruins used speed, agility, and a very aggressive mid-field to catch the opponents in transition. The Bruins closed the season in victorious celebration, by avenging the only loss all season by defeating Rutgers, and capturing the NCAA title. Bruce Weimer 92 Men ' s soccer Bruce Weimer r - kKV ■-.. .mi Bruce Weimer UCLA Men ' s Soccer: Top row: Trainer Jeff Kuhlman, Head Coach Sigi Schmid, Arturo Yepez, Jorge Salcedo, Mark Sharp, Dan Beaney, Zak Ibsen, Mark Lapper, Eric Page, Dana Keir, Brian Woolfolk, Ty Miller, Paul Ratcliffe, Isaac Adamson, Matt Arya, Graduate Assistant Coach Will Steadman, Asst. Coach Todd Saldana. Bottom row: Sam George, Sean Henderson, Tayt lanni, Kirk Ferguson, Tim Gallegos, BIN Thomp- son, Nat Gonzalez, Brad Friedel, Cobi Jones, Joe-Max Moore, Chris Henderson, Ray Fernandez. sports liilunndlion O en " Our goal from the start has been to be the number one West Coast team at the end of the sea- son. " -Sigi Schmid, Head Coach ■ BUILT FOR SPEED Junior mid-fielder Cobi Jones sprints down the field on a breakaway in the game against San Diego State. ■ CANT TOUCH THIS Faking the pass, Zak Ibsen eludes a UNLV defender dur- ing a tough match. ■ GOING ALL THE WAY Advancing towards the goal, senior Billy Thompson breaks away from the defending St. Mary ' s te am. Thompson ' s ef- forts earned him Adidas ' Adi Dassler College Player of the Year award, as well as placing him on the Ail-American first team. Men ' s soccer 93 " challenge them to perform and they come through. That ' s why they ' re number one. " -Andy Banachowski, Head Coach ■ IN FOR THE KILL With great speed and strength, se- nior hitter Samantha Shaver goes for the kill during a fierce match against Stanford. ■ DIGGING IN As team mates look on, defensive spe- cialist Tracy Broadway puts all her enegy into an awesome bump. ■ WORKING TOGETHER Teamwork is everything for se- nior Holly McPeak as she care- fully sets the ball for Lisa Hudak ' s shattering kill. 94 Women ' s volleyball hallenee to Perform o Facing a challenge requires talent, effort, and dedication, which is why the UCLA Women ' s Volleyball team always came out on top. " They believed in themselves to make a comeback when they were down. They came together extremely well and learned to rely on one another, " commented Coach Andy Banachowski. Such tight teamwork was key to the success of this year ' s team. Giving the Bruins one of the strongest offensive attacks in the nation were All-American Natalie Williams and Jenny Evans. In addition, seniors Samantha Shaver and Holly McPeak made their final year their best by continually dominating the court throughout the season. The strong efforts of these women resulted in victory, as they captured the NCAA Championship after an undefeated Pac- 10 season. Travelling to Maryland to face the University of the Pacific for the NCAA title, the Bruins dominated in three straight games, achieving their ultimate goal. This was without a doubt a year of excellence for Bruin Women ' s volleyball, breaking records and reaching goals most teams could only dream. Sports Information UCLA Women ' s Volleyball: Bottom row: Trainer Kirsten Petersen, Holly McPeak, Mia Lambert, Samantha Shaver, Traci Broadway, Irene Renteria, Manager LuAnn Solari. Middle row: Asst. Coach Jeanne Reeves, Amy Boyer, Lisa Hudak, Laurie Jones, Jenny Evans, Head Coach Andy Banachowski, Top row: Jennifer Gratteau, Natalie Williams, Alyson Randick, Marissa Hatchett, Elaine Youngs. Chuck Tuffli Women ' s volleyball 95 Making a Splash After the talents of two Ail-Americans were lost to gradu- ation, the 1990 Bruin Water Polo team entered the season looking for leadership amongst their redshirt freshmen and transfer students. The Bruins, however, had no trouble rebuilding their talents despite the loss of eight of their valuable seniors last year. Making an enormous impact was junior Stephan Pollman, a redshirt transfer from Fresno State. Originally from West Germany, Pollman made All-American two years ago and led the conference this year in scoring 107 goals. Also adding to the team was sophomore hold guard Philip Hadfield from New Zealand. According to Coach Bob Horn, Hadfield was one of the team ' s most improved players and an important part of UCLA ' s defense. Among the top redshirt freshmen were Chris Kellerman and Marc Heenan, both proving to be aggressive shooters. Returning senior Javier Escobar finished the regular season with 45 goals, 26 steals, and 26 assists. Junior goalkeeper Dan Hackett was named AII-Pac-10 Goalkeeper with 151 saves. The Bruins finished the regular season 22-7, with a 2-3 record in the Pac 10. UCLA, along with second seeded Stanford, appeared in the NCAA tournament for a record eighteenth time. Head Coach Bob Horn announced his retirement at the end of this year ' s season. After 28 years with the Bruins, Coach Horn consistently landed his teams at the top ranks. With three NCAA Championships and four second place finishes, Horn displayed his leadership as one of collegiate water polo ' s finest. UCLA Men ' s Water Polo: Bottom row; Mark Thomas, K.C. Nowak, Javier Escobar, Oliver Will, Scott Turner, Todd Duplanty, Justin Cheen, David Cesario, Derek Dundas, Stefan Pollman, Greg Clark. Middle row: Head Coach Bob Horn, Marc Heenan, Steve Luce, Philip Hadfield, Gary O ' Brien, Cameron Thomas, Bill Lenihan, Matt Emenzian, Robert Gray, Mike LeSieur, Damon Willick, Asst. Coach Jovan Vavic. Back row: Chris Brainard, Brad Otoupalik, Scott Graves, Danny Hackett, Mike Wilmink, Erik Bockstahler, Kevin Schluter, Chris Kellerman, Ken Little, Antony Green, Brandon Howald, Ivan Erdevicki. 96 Water polo C ) O " don t think anyone has as much talent as we do entering this season. " -Bob Horn, Head Coach ■ NET GAINS With a look of fierce determination, junior hole guard Mike Wilmink shoots on goal during a tough Berkeley match. ■ GOING FOR THE GOAL Looking for an open hole in use ' s defense, sopho- more sensation Philip Hadfield attempts to score another one for the Bruins. ■ WORDS OF WISDOM A few words of important ad- vice are passed between Head Coach Bob Horn and driver Oliver Wills. Water polo 97 Hitting Full Stride The 1990 season had been long in coming for Bruin Women ' s Cross-Country coach Bob Messina. The Bruins were edged out of one of the 22 NCAA bids issued a year ago in the final committee despite an 18th place ranking in the last coaches ' poll and a strong third place finish in the NCAA District 8 race. Juniors Jennifer Ashe, Nicole Nugent, and Andre DellaMonica joined sophomore Kira Jorgensen as the top veteran runners on this year ' s team. Ashe ran behind only Laurie Chapman to finish 19th in the Pac-lO ' s and was the third Bruin at the District meet, where she placed 17th overall. DellaMonica ran through several nagging injuries last season, but came on to excel on the track, finishing fifth in the Pac-10 800 meters. Jorgensen opened and closed the season on high notes with a win in her first collegiate meet at Fullerton and a 13th place finish at the District 8 NCAA meet. Under the supervision of 1 2 year head coach Bob Larsen, UCLA ' s Men ' s Cross-Country team entered the season as a relatively new squad of men. Leading the Bruins was junior Richard Erbes, who finished last season in 20th at the Stanford Invitational in addition to finishing 30th overall last year in the Pac-10. Junior Sven Haug ran in the 89 conference meet and in invitationals at Fullerton came in 28th. Robert Mata, a sophomore from Los Angeles came back after his 40th place finish at the NCAA District 9, having the best returning regional mark on this year ' s squad. With such experience and strength, the Bruins were definitely ready to run the distance. 98 Sports i -. PAC ' lO 84 " ■ ' -■ «.M, «a»3. Chuck Tuffli " We enter the 1990 cam- paign in good team health and ready to run. We are capable of competing with anyone from the get-go this season. The squad is a little young overall, but it will be a very deep and talented one. " -Bob Messina Women ' s Head Coach ■ LEADING THE PACK Junior Andrea DellaMonica surges ahead of her Pac-10 foes. DellaMonica hoped to improve on her fifth place finish at the Pac-10 Championships which she attained in 1989. ■ EYEING THE FUTURE Sven Haug, a junior from Van Nuys, keeps an eye on the competition at the Pac-10 Championshiops. Haug also competed for UCLA ' s Men ' sTrack team. ■ GRIN AND BEAR IT Freshman Karen Hecox, holds off the charge of a Washington State University runner. Hecox ' s influence was immediately felt on the team, despite her being only a freshman. Sports 99 ' Shock Waves ;:-; V . 3 t5r ■ " ■ ' .V .;, , ■ . - ■;:? T - ' ' ' :: ' : M 1 --...y • ' ' j -ok i s- ki L r ' - W- KMB i lhJP :e. iBt - wT- J ._ „ 1 - Sports Information UCLA Women ' s Swimming: Front Row: Julie Vogt, Robyn Vorous, Tasha Badillo, Sheri Smith, Kristin Stoudt, Stephanie Kendig, Sara Suhadolink, Chandra Gooding, Becky Tapper. Second Row: Patricia Thompson, Madonna Fernandez, Lisa Fosdick, Eva Lupi, Christy Richardson, Jennifer Sprogis, Gwen Lehman, Courtney Thomas, Jennifer Hammond, Rebecca Brush, Jeanne Gibbons. Third R ow: Kristin Pearce (Asst. Coach), Van Austin (Head Diving Coach), Nicole Minor, Malia Lasley, Kristen Walls, Kimberley Lofft, Kristin Heydanek, Kim Martin, Shannon Davis, Darcy Ordemann, Becky Shelton, Amanda Wiedman, Melissa Skinner, Effie Turnbull, Samantha Strong, Jenny Susser (Asst. Coach), Cyndi Gallagher (Head Swim Coach). Sports Information UCLA IWen ' s Swimming: Front row: Pete Rodgers, Rene Santaella, Andy O ' Grady, Chris Dudka, David Ritchie, Dave Fleck. Second row: Head Coach Ron Ballatore, Anthony DeLuca, Brad Toothaker, Sean Easton, Greg Schaffer, Matjaz Kozelj, Greg Behar, Mark Thompson, Bram Tester. Third row: Grad. Asst. Coach Mark Dean, Giorgio Cecchi, Jay Behr, Eric Schnittger, Chris Mann, Scott Hubbard, Byron Davis, Keone Kali, Asst. Coach Greg Holland. Back row: Alex Karn, Brett Garr, Dan O ' Keefe, Terry Harvego, Stephane DuPont, Dan Kutler, Matt Buckley, Mike Picotte. A - 100 Sports -TSv " h Dean Abramson Daily Bruin As the year progre ssed, the 1990 - 1991 UCLA Men ' s and Women ' s Swim Team started off their year with a great splash. The Women ' s Swim Team won their first meet by beating CSLUB by 29 points. Along with Head Coach Cyndi Gallagher, who last year coached the Bruins to their best NCAA finish ever, the mighty Bruin team did not hesitate to continue their winning ways. " The newcomers will provide depth especially in the sprints and breastroke... For the first time, we ' re solid in every event. " With five returning All-Americans and 15 new- comers, one of UCLA ' s biggest recruiting classes, UCLA capped off their year with a winning record. The Bruin ' s dominated at high scoring meets, such as those against UC Santa Barbara and Pepperdine where they beat their oppo- nents by 83 and 114 points respectively. The Bruin Men also made a name for themselves in the Pac 10. Coach Ron Ballatore helped create a yearthatfulfilled the long held winning legacy of academic and athletic balance. " If this team can gel at the right time, I think we ' ll finish in the top four nationally, " stated Ballatore. In their opening meet they beat Mission Viejo by 37 points. Later on in the season, they captured 1st Place in the Nebraska Invitational with a score of 1030 points. With returning All Americans such as Byron Davis and Chris Dudka, the Bruins again finished strong in the season keeping a long held tradition of excellence. C ) O " had everything to gain and nothing to lose by be- ing an underdog. Nobody had great expectations of me. so everything I did, I did by myself, with the help of my coaches and my team. " -Mindy Bach, Ail-American ■ FULL EXTENSION Sophomore Matjaz Kozelj reaches for extra powers during the meet against use. A sopho- more from Yugoslavia, Kozeljj set a school record in the 200 fly at the Pac-10 Championshiops with a time of 1:45.93. I UP FOR AIR Co-Captain Terry Harvego readies himself for his next stroke during the meet against Berkeley. Senior Harvego finished 45th in NCAA 500 freestyle with a time of 4:31.89. ■ CLOSE TO THE FINISH Women ' s team captain Mindi Bach looks to shave seconds off her time during a grueling 200 Fly race. Bach, who was named Ail-American, held UCLA ' s third best time in the 200 IM and 100 Fly and second best in 200 Fly. Sports 101 " We have enough talent to win without key people. Don (McLean) is our lead- ing scorer, he ' s our leader and we need him, but we have enough talent to go around. People say we ' re not as good without him and Tracey (Murray), but that ' s just not true. " ' Gerald Madkins, guard ■ FLIGHT OF THE CON- DOR Top reserve guard Keith Owens shows the Bruins ' muscle as he pushes his way into the paint. Owens proved to be a valuable asset in his fourth year on the team, after originally starting his career in Bruin Blue as a walk on. ■ DETERMINATION GUTS Derrick Martin takes on two Gal players as he moves in for the lay-up. Junior point guard Martin showed amazing speed and court sense as he made his way into the record books for his many steals and assists. ■ IN YOUR FACE Mitchell Butler soars up to the basket for two. Butler stepped up in 1990- 91 to earn a starting spot, es- tablishing himself as a tough of- fensive opponent and an acro- batic dunker. 102 Sports C ) O UCLA Men ' s Basketball: Front row: Steve Harris (Head Student Manager), Tony Spino (Trainer), Mark Gottfried (Part-time Asst.), Brad Holland (Asst. Coacti), Head Coach Jim Harrick, Tony Fuller (Asst. Coach), Ken Barone (Volunteer Asst.), Bob Alejo (Strength and Conditioning), Steve Smelser (Student Manager). Top row: Curtis Scott (Student Manager), Darrick Martin, Chris Kenny, Mitchell Butler, Tracy Murray, Ed O ' Bannon, Don MacLean, Mike Lanier, Rodney Zimmerman, Keith Owens, Zan Mason, Shon Tarver, Gerald Madkins, Dave Paulsell, Lou Ritchie, Chae Hong (Student Manager). Chuck Tutfli Sports Information A Whopping End Bruce Weimer Ranked in the Top 10 by the UPI Pre-Season and winners of the Great Alaskan Shootout, this year ' s Bruins had a great start, winning 13 of their first 15 gannes. The early season saw the school scoring record broken twice against UC Irvine, and later against Loyola Marymount. Jim Harrick began his third season as head coach at UCLA after having led the Bruin squad to two consecutive NCAA berths. With four returning starters, three outstanding returnees and five newcomers, Harrick hoped to make this one of UCLA ' s best seasons yet. Junior forward Don MacLean continued to pose a triple threat with superb scoring, rebounding, and free throwing. Also at the end offensive end, junior Darrick Martin returned as point guard. Backing up Martin at guard was 6 ' 10 " junior Gerald Madkins. And in his second year, Tracy Murray, last year ' s NCAA Tournament hero, played in the other position at forward. The Bruins completed their season with an awesome record of 29 wins to 9 losses. They entered the NCAA Tournament with high hopes, as most Bruins expected them to dominate March Madness as possible contenders for the Great Eight. However, in a disappointing effort the team lost to Alabama in the first round. Coach Harrick remained optimistic, hoping that his team would be on the rebound next season by " building off of this year ' s fine performances. " Sports 103 Court Domination Tm really pleased with the growth of this team. Before if Rehema (Stephens) had an off night, we would have struggled and probably would have lost, " stated coach Billie Moore in summing up the season. Consistency was the goal for the year. Consistency would allow them to get away from a one woman team. Stephens, the team leader of scoring , shouldered much of the burden early in the season. But as the season progresseed other women played up to their capabilities and made the Bruins a formidable foe. Reserves such as Nicole Young, DeDe Mosman, and Detra Lockart came off the bench to add punch to the Bruin line-up. Two-sport wonder, Natalie Williams stepped away from the volleyball net and into her high-tops and became a force to be reckoned with. The Bruins quickly became the surprise of the Pac-10 as they quickly outgrew their role of underdogs. 104 Sports Sports Intoinijtion UCLA Women ' s Basketball: Top Row: Natalie Williams, Dawn Baker, Lynn Kamrath, Genevieve Van Oostveen, Laura Collins. Middle Row: Marcy Tarabochia, Rachelle Roulier, Rehema Stephens, Nicole Young, Amy Jalewalia. Bottom Row: Asst. Coach Mary Hegarty, Asst. Coach Ram Walker, Detra Lockhart, Nicole Anderson, DeDe Mosma n, Asst. Coach Kathy Olivier, Head Coach Billie Moore. O " We have a very athletic team overall with a tre- mendous amoun t of speed and quickness and the depth to play the kind of up-tempo game we want. " -Billie Moore, Head Coach ■ JUST SAY NO! Determi- nation is the name of Rehema Stephen ' s game, as she drives along the baseline against Utah at Pauley Pavillion. Stephens, who last year exploded as an offensive performer that led the Pac-10 in scoring in her first season as a Bruin, was looked to by Coach Moore as the key com- petitor of the season. ■ TWO STEPS TO VIC- TORY Striding to the basket is Nicole Anderson who, despite her 5 ' 5 " height, was a threat to any competitor. As a freshman, Anderson led the team with 95 assists to rank fifth on the all- time UCLA freshman list. ■ ...AND THE FOUL? Natalie Williams scores a basket and is fouled during a tough game against Utah. William ' s competi- tive edge prevailed not only on the basketball court, but also on the Bruins championship volley- ball team. Sports 105 The Perfect Balance 1990-91 was a season of change for the Bruin Women ' s Gymnastics team. The changes started at the top with a new head coach, Valorie Kondos, who took over from Jerry Tomlinson at the end of 1990. Kondos immediately set out to change the team by instituting new moves and routines. Kondos also changed the way the team trained, as aerobics and weights became the center point of the new regiment. The season started out positively. In a meet with CS Fullerton and Arizona they came out victorious in what the coaches termed " a solid performance. " Against Alabama they were able to score a season high, though in a losing effort. Denise Scott stepped in for an injured Rhonda Faehn and performed credibly. Carol Ulrich scored a second place on the high beam. Gina Pesce, Natalie Britton, and Amy Thome all scored personal bests at the meet. Depth was the strong point for the team. The three women that assistant coach Scott Bull characterized as " the anchorforthe team " were Britton, Faehn, and Ulrich. However, they were supported by a very capable and strong cast. Bull remarked, " We have a lot of excellent gymnasts a lot of people are overlooking. " The success of the Bruins this year was indeed a total team effort by each individual. Dean Abrantbon Ddily Brum 106 Sports ■•% .iitti Sports Information UCLA Women ' s Gymnastics: Front row: Karen Nelson, Amy Thorne, Paula Rasmussen, Denise Scott. Second row: Natalie Britton, Jennifer Greenhut, Michelle Hunt, Carol Ulrich. Top row: Treena Camacho, Shawn McGinnis, Gina Pesce, Renee Kelly, Yolande Mavity, Rhonda Faehn. CD o " I ' m looking Forward to an exciting and successful season. We ' ve lost two All-American ' s, but I look forward to a team that will be competing like never before. " -Valorie Kondos Head Coach ■ UP IN THE AIR Sopho more Carol Ulrich performs a mid-air split during a floor rou- tine. Ulrich earned All-American honors by tying for fifth in the all- around (38.95) and tying for sec- ond on beam. ■ PRECISION ON THE BEAM During a meet against Santa Barbara, sophomore Rhonda Faehn demonstrates a perfect split jump. Faehn com- peted mostly on bars and beam, scoring career bests at Georgia with a 9.86 and 9.6 repectively. ■ HANDS-ON PERFOR- MANCE Sophomore Amy Thorne goes for a perfect 10 performance on the uneven par- allel bars at the grueling UCLA Invitational meet. Thorne scored a career best on the bars with a 9.65 at the NCAA Champion- ships. ■ BENDING OVER BACK- WARDS A steady competitor on the beam, sophomore Michelle Hunt lives up to perfect form as she demonstrates her grace and agility. Hunt posted a career high on the beam at the NCAAs with a strong score of 9.725. Sports 107 " I ' m looking for good re- sults from thisyear ' s team. We will have a chance to meet some of our tough- est competition at home invitationals this season, and we will have two na- tional team all-arounders in Umphreyand Keswick. " -ArtShurlock, Head Coach M SHEAR STRENGTH With balance and concentration, all around gymnast Brandy Prins gracefully performs an inverted cross at the UCSB meet. UCLA gymnasts were credited with an easy victory by a 12 point mar- gin over the Gauchos. I FLYING HIGH The Bruins captured second place at the Southwest Cup due to fine per- formances by outstanding gym- nasts such as Scott Keswick, Here, Keswick puts height into his dismount from the parallel bars. I HORSIN ' AROUND Brad Hayashi scissor-kicks his way on the pommel hourse to help UCLA win over San Jose State. Hayashi became UCLA ' s first vault titlest by capturing the NCAA vault championship as a freshman. 108 Sports Nelson Green Daily Bruin Chuck Tuffli Great Expectations Sports Information UCLA Men ' s Gymnastics: Top row; Brandy Prins, Brad Hayashi, Brad Langley, Terry Notary, Greg Umphrey. Bottom row: Head Coach Art Shurlock, Rob Prins, Michael Sanders, Scott Keswick, Chainey Umphrey, Isidro Ibarrando, Steve Diem, Jason Garman, Mens Coach Yefim Furman. With nine lettermen returning from a team that finished third overall in the NCAA ' s last season, the 1991 Men ' s Gymnastics team looked forward to an outstanding year. " We have almost everyone back from a third place team. The gymnasts have all made improvements this past summer, " stated head coach Art Shurlock. Although the Bruins entered the season ranked ninth nationally, illnesses and inconsistencies plagued some of their performances. UCLA easily defeated San Jose State and UCSB in their early meets, as well as dominating the CS Fullerton meet. However, their nearly perfect record was stained at the Arizona State Southwest Cup Meet which left them with the second place team award. Despite their disappointment, the Bruins had increased their team score with every meet of the season. Coach Shurlock looked toward All-Americans Scott Keswick and Chainey Umphrey to contribute the most during the season. Keswick, a junior, placed fifth at the USGF Championships in June, while Umphrey won gold medals in the all around at the US Olympic Festival. With the support of sophomore Brad Hayashi and senior Terry Notary, the Bruins were one of the most talented and experienced squads that UCLA had yet seen. Sports 109 Fierce Competitors If the adage " all things come out in the wash " holds true, UCLA ' s 1991 Men ' s Volleyball team had some dirty laundry to clean with a few rival WIVA conference teams. Namely Long Beach State and cross-town rival USC. Both schools took the Bruins to the cleaners twice last year and were directly responsible for wringing them out of the NCAA Championships last May. Head coach Al Scales rejuvenated the starting lineup. His list of starters had an average height two inches taller than the Bruins ' basketball team, and several returning starters were fighting to keep their jobs. The 1991 year featured Scales ' tallest blocking scheme, an improved setter, one veteran swing hitter playing alongside one hitter who has " lots of shots in his arsenal, " according to Scates, and a pair of experienced technique position players. The benchmark of any Al Scates team was its blocking wall, and this year ' s tandem was Scales ' tallest in his 29 years of coaching. 6 ' 9 " senior Ail-American Mike Whitcomb teamed with 6 ' 10 " redshirt freshman Tim Kelly, whose rapid improve- ment was nothing short of astonishing. Likewise, starter Mike Sealy returned for his sophomore season as one of the conference ' s premier setters. Senior Carl Henkel, who trained over the summer with the U.S. National Team, as- sumed the team leadership role vacated by the graduated Trevor Schirman. The cast changed, butthe script reamined the same. As the tradition continues,the 1991 UCLA ' s Men ' s Volleyball team demonstrated the continuing legacy of talent, depth, and experience. Sporl Information UCLA Men ' s Volleyball: Front row: Scott Herdman, Kevin Wong, Mike Denver, Jeff Nygaard, Tim Kelly, Mike Sealy, Mike Whitcomb, Carl Henkel, Bjorn Maaseide, Aleksander Babic, John Speraw. Top row : Head Coach Al Scates, Asst. Coach Harlan Cohen, Ross Pier, Rand Rognlien, J.B. Saunders. Erik Sullivan, Scott Leslie, Dan Landry, Chris Pliha, Brian Boone, Mark Knudsen, John Anselmo, Kanoa Ostrem, David Swatik, Asst. Coach Asbjorn Volstad, Asst. Coach Brian Rofer. Bruce Weimer E OJ g 110 Sports 1 SH Gyfl " " fir- H It 1: T ' ' 1 1 r TT CD O St " We don ' t worry about the competition. We just want to worry about what to do with the ball when we have it. It ' s right out of the John Wooden school of coaching: worry about yourselves first, then look at the other team. " -Al Scates, Head Coach ■ ACE IN YOUR FACE Rich Bland reaches up for a backline spike against Loyola Marymount. Bland, a sophomore from New York, lead the returnees this season with his 4.03 kpg aver- age. ■ SETTING FOR THE SPIKE Setter Mike Sealy distributes the ball to outside hitter Carl Henkel. Sophomore Sealy established himself as the No. 1 setter for the Bruin offense. ■ UP AGAINST THE WALL Dan Landry, Tim Kelly, and John Anselmo team up to stuff the spike of use. The awesome Bruin defense once again proved impenetrable to any competitor. ■ DOWN THE LINE Tech- nique sophomore Dan Landry hits outside the blocker right down the line. Landry overcame a shoulder injury this season to give his all to the Bruin spikers. Sports 1 1 1 m sae I 1 Hiwl»W « ' Bruce Weimer Covering All The Bases Think of a baseball for a moment. It ' s not very big, but because it ' s made of horsehide, it ' s a pretty tough item. Analogous to a baseball was this year ' s baseball team. Going into conference play, they were the only Six-Pac team not ranked in the top 30, but they still had the tenacity of winners. " We think we have a pretty good team, " said Coach Gary Adams. " Allot our returning players have improved. We have experience playing in the NCAA playoffs. We missed the World Series last year by only one day. That ' ll really prove valuable because last year ' s team didn ' t have all that experience. " Underneath the horsehide is tightly wound string which comprises the majority of the hardball. Similarly, Coach Adams admitted that it takes a unified group to win games. " I don ' t want to give ' coaching talk, ' but everyone, from the leadoff man to the ninth batter must do their best offensively to win a game. " Key parts of the whole were Ail-American Chris Pritchett and Joel Wolfe, who made the AII-Pac-10 team last year. The center of the baseball is a small, but hard pink ball. It ' s fitting then that the key for a winning season also had to do with a small, hard ball, or, rather, the hurling of it. " Last year, injuries to p nhers Mike Fyhrie and Mike Lewis hurt our team tremendously, ' said Coach Adams. " If they can recover and pitch like they did two years ago, that ' ll be key to our success. " 112 Sports 1 J UCLA MENS BASEBALL 47 Bond, Jim P 2 Pritchett, Chris IB 3 Boyd, Travis 2B 7 Ravltz, David IF 39 Callp, Ian P 27 Reeder, Zac P 45 Criss, Brian C 4 Roberts, David OF 38 Eby, Mike P 29 Schulhofer, Adam 2B 21 Fyhie, Mike P 25 Schultz, David 3B 6 Hagy, Gary ss 34 Schwengel, Kris P 24 Hale, Jeffrey p 28 Schwengel, Kurt P 20 Hinds, Robert ss 17 Schwenke, Matt C 36 Janicki, Pete p 14 Stoll, Dave P 19 Kubinski, Tim p 26 Tamburro, Derek C 35 Lewis, Mike p 22 Tokheim, David OF 32 Lindsay, Tim p 11 Webb, Kevin 3B 10 Lehman, Chris 3B 37 Wills, Shawn OF 5 McGuire, Ryan IB 46 Winnek, John C 15 Moore, Michael OF 12 Wolfe, Joel OF 9 Myrow, John OF Bruce Weimer C ) O So " We think we ha ve a pretty good team. We have ex- perience playing in the NCAA playoffs. We missed the World Series last year by only one day. " -Gary Adams, Head Coach ■ SWINGING AWAY Sophomore short stop Robert Hinds puts his all into his swing. Hinds, a sophomore from Cerritos, CA, had the speed to be a potent base stealer. ■ EYE-BALLING IT Junior Chris Prtichett watches his line drive drop in right center field for a single. His .351 average is the sixth highest in school history. ■ OVER THE TOP Senior pitcher Mike Lewis fires one to- wards the plate against Pepperdine. Lewis was third on the team in saves and added leadersip and consistency when on the mound. ■ SLIDING IN Outfielder David Tokheim approaches third baseintheFeb. i6game against U.S. International. Tokheim, the starter in right field, ranked third on the squad with 21 stolen bases, 1 1th place in school his- tory. Sports 1 1 3 Simply the Best They had all the ingredients for a winning team. Balanced at every position, both offensively and defensively, the unprec- edented three-time NCAA champion UCLA Women ' s Softball team remained healthy physically and mentally to win their fourth straight NCAA title. Stability could be the word for UCLA ' s infield. Senior Kerry Dienelt, a three time All-College World Series selection, took on the third base when sophomore Lisa Fernandez pitched, in addition to her first base duties as she has the last three years. Two time All-Pac 10 selection Missy Phillips anchored second base for her fourth and final year. Phillips last year finished first in the Pac-10 in RBI, walks, and home runs. All-American Lisa Fernandez, when not pitching, played third. Last year, Fernandez led the Bruins in ERA (0.25) and was second in batting average (.310), and was third on the team in hits, doubles, and RBI. . First team All-American Yvonne Gutierrez, last year ' s defensive and batting leader, gave stability to the outfield as she played left field. Gutierrez led the Bruins in batting average (.384), hits (71), total bases (90) and was tied for first in triples and RBI. Came Capwell Daily Brum 114 Sports Sam Chen H 1 M l H ■ BhP 1 1 ' i ' H HII li j l l H 1 ■3! ai3 »kjiL ' 3p R K - Pr H 1 H Hr yl 1 eJ F HI 1 Bi K ' 3 3Hct!1 Jfc U j K J r B 1 Iv -JmtT [f Tj _ Zi ' i B J. ' j . L. y H k ft Wt ' 1 1 K. - ttM ! ' J ' A. S fl Hl - !4lM mU m ' " V 1 B - ' SM W E s j L ' j |HnpB R » h 1 f v JbpU 1 rN « EP ' s ii 1 ™fBI B-3 K W s y jjjfc da IjfljjjTJtf ' l ' PI 1 J rl Z !i - H r 1 p M r 1 1, i 1 1 8 Sports Information UCLA Woman ' s Softball: Front row: Bea Chiaravanont, Nicole Victoria, Maria Rodgriguez. Second row: Erica Ziencina, Jennifer Caporale, Kristy Howard, Shanna Flynn. Ttiird row: Missy PInillips, Kerry Dienelt, Yvonne Gutierrez, Kelly Inouye. Fourtti row: DeDe Weisman, Heattier Compton. Sam Ctien C ) O 5t " We look very good this year. We return all but one starter off of last year ' s championship team. It ' s nice to say that we look very good this year, and I hope all of the elements are there. Our chances are very strong. " -Kirk Walker, Asst. Coach g HUDDLING UP The infield and pitching battery gettogether to discuss strategy during the CS Long Beach game. This winning combination made NCAA championships both in 1 989 and 1990. ■ OUT OF THE BALLPARK First team Ail-American Yvonne Gutierrez hurls her entire body into the swing as she demolishes her SDSU opponents with a home run. Gutierrez returned to the ' 91 season as defensive and batting leader, with a batting average of .384 and 71 total hits. ■ SWINGING FOR THE BLEACHERS Kerry Dienelt makes contact and drives the ball to left field. Dienelt, who originally hails from Austrailia, covered third base as well as assuming her first base duties. ■ WINDING UP Lisa Fernandez hurls one towards a CSULB opponent. Asafirstteam All-American and All-Pac 10 se- lection, Fernandez led the team in ERA (.025) and was second in batting average (.310). Sports 115 " VVe will have a very ex- perienced team this year. We gained a lot of positive experience at last year ' s nationals. The team will be very competitive within itself as it grows and de- velops. We ' II look to the upperclassmen for leader- ship. " -Bill Zaima. Head Coach ■ POWER STROKE Mamie Ceniza meets the ball and sends a powerful forehand right back to her UCSB opponent. Junior Ceniza, who dominated both in the singles and doubles arena, finished the previous season ranked 20th in singles and 4th in doubles with Stella Sampras. ■ RIGHT ON THE MARK Jenny Tilt puts her all into an incredible backhand that demol- ishes her UCI competitor. Hilt, who walked on as a freshman, played well in the pre-season and surprised her teammates with her skill and expertise. ■ STETCHING OUT All American Stella Sampras uses her reach to track down the ball. Sampras, the sister of 1990 US Open Tennis champion Pete Sampras, finished the season ranked 4 in doubles with Ceniza and earned Ail-American honors for the third year in a row. 116 Sports Sam Chen Sports Information UCLA Women ' s Tennis: Front row: Stella Sampras, KIrsten Dreyer, Helen Tu, Mamie Ceniza, Cammie Foley, Kimberly Po. Back Row: Asst. Coach Henry Hines, Grad. Asst. Coach Barbara Gerken, Allegra Milholland, Jenny Hilt, Iwalani McCalla, Asst. Coach Susie Keane, Head Coach Bill Zaima. Smashing Success O In four short years, Head Coach Bill Zaima quickly re-established the Bruin Women ' s Tennis program as one of the nation ' s elite. UCLA has made three con- secutive NCAA final four appearances, and with nine of the ten letterwinners returning, this year ' s squad was as tough and competi- tive as ever. Among the returners were four pre-season ranked players: junior Mamie Ceniza, sophomore Kim Po, junior Iwalani McCalla, and senior Kirsten Dreyer. The Bruins also returned two of the nation ' s top ten doubles teams in senior Stella Sampras and Ceniza, along with Dreyer and McCalla. " Our doubles teams will be our strength this season. Ceniza and Sampras are without a doubt one of the top tandems in the country, and with Po, McCalla, Dreyer, Milholland and Foley, our doubles will be as good as any in the country, " stated Zaima. Proof of the Bruin expertise in doubles came earlier this fall in the Longhorn Ail-American Classic when Sampras and McCalla cap- tured the championship. The strength and experience of the women netters this year truly made the Bruins a fierce and competive opponent to any team. Sam Chen Sports 117 Netting Top Honors According to head coach Glenn Bassett, two of the number two ranked Men ' s Tennis team ' s main goals were to remain undefeated on their home courts at LATC, and to prevail as Pac-10 champs, both of which they had accom- plished last year. Assistant coach Brett Greenwood as- serted that taking the NCAA title was also a top objective. This was not an unrealistic ambition, considering that last year ' s team advanced to the NCAA semifinals. The netters undoubtedly had the capacity to reach their aspirations. Because all but one of the men had played the year before, the team as a whole was extremely mature. The addition of David Nainkin from South Africa also promised to aid the Bruins in their quest. Coach Bassett said, " We definitely have a better depth in singles. Key to our success will be (second-seeded) Mark Knowles, a great player- singles and doubles; and (top-seeded All-American) Jason Netter, who was a finalist in the NCAA singles. " Knowles joined teammate Fritz Bissell as top-seeded doubles team, while Bill Behrens and Robbie Wendell held the No. 2 spot. 118 Sports UCLA Men ' s Tennis: Front row: Asst. Coach Billy Martin, Jason Sher, Jason Netter, Head Coach Blenn Bassett, Darin Pleasant, Karl Pazdernlk, Asst. Coach Brett Greenwood. Top row: Fritz Bissell, Matt Qumlan, Bill Behrens, Billy Barber, Mark Knowles, Robbie Wendell. Chuck TuHl Sports Information o " We don ' t have one single star player. All our players are key because they all contribute to win. " -Brett Greenwood, Asst. Coach ■ SWINGING INTO ACTION Sophomore Jason Netter proves his court dominance in an ace serve against Arizona. After en- tering UCLA in 1990, Netter made an immediate impact, com- ing in 19-4 overall in his first season of play. ■ SERVING UP AN ACE Sophomore Fritz Bissell throws his whole body into his serve against Long Beach State. Bissell proved to be a top player in college tennis, coming in 13-3 in the third spot and 20-7 in all duals. I RUSHING THE NET Senior Ail-American Jason Netter races to return the ball in a fierce volley with a UCSB opponent. Netter returned to the No. 1 spot this season and was ranked sixth nationally in college tennis. Sports 119 " Even though we dedicate long hours, get up at five in the nmorning, and then jog ourselves to class, these things are put into perspective when we re- member that we ' re work- ing towards becoming National Champhions. " -Kerry Conway, Women ' s Varsity ■ GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM Following the calls of the cosxwain, four rowers grind their oars through the water in perfect unison. ■ THE CRACK OF DAWN Men ' s crew greet the new day during their early morning prac- tice at Marina Del Rey. ■ MIND AND MUSCLE With teamwork, coorperation, and strength, a group of Bruins glide themselves to a first place f inish. ■ A LONG DAY AHEAD The women ' s crew team finish an exhausting day of practice at 9 a.m., only to have a full schedule of classes waiting for them on campus. 120 Sports Bruce Weimer C ) O Bruce Weimer Pulling Through Together JCLA Men ' s Crew: Todd Alexander, Tony Carter, Matt Cooper, Don Corson, Eric Dahlstrom, Tim :vans, Eric Fenley, Mike Guerrieri, Vince Gustafson, Steve Herold, Brent Houston, Dean Kindorf, Greg .eSage, Todd Lenkowski, Brad Marquardt, Todd McAteer, Craig Millikin, Greg Oppegard, Leif ettersson, Sasa Ristic, Jorn-lngeThrondsen, Ed Turner, Jeff Tuttle, Greg Yurkovich. JCLA Women Crew: Dawn Brown, Brooke Burbridge, Sue Charles, Letty Chavez, Kerry Conway, Jean )oyle, Catriona Fallon, Judy Galido, Shea Garvin, Sylvia King, Holly Lmn, Beth Mathiowetz, Katy IcMahon, Kim Morrison, Christine Redman, Liani Reyna, Sophia Ramero, Rachel Schindler, Melani 5obrado, Jennifer Underhaul, Cathie Winston. The early bird gets the worm. It ' s an old saying, and though corny, any member of UCLA ' s Crew team would tell you it ' s true. Only in their case, the early bird gets the medals, as all five crew teams did last season. The men ' s varisty, coached by Zenon Bebraj scored a victory over the famed Harvard crew team at the San Diego Regatta White, while the women ' s varsity ripped up the Pac-10 and made an excellent showing at the Collegiate National Rowing Championships. The women ' s novice and men ' s novice and freshman teams had sparkling seasons, proving that UCLA had a very strong future in the sport. None of this success came easily, however. Practice went on six days a week in the early mornings and again in the afternoon; vacations were nonexist- ent. Listening to the rhythmic slice of blades in the water, the yells of coxswain and coach, and the grunts of the rowers while the sun was just beginning to rise over the cool waters of Marina Del Rey, it was ea sy to remember a saying seen on the team ' s t-shirts: " What the mind can concieve and the heart can perceive. ..the body can achieve. " Sports 121 UCLA Men ' s Field Event Performers: (below) Front row: Derrick Baker, Chris LaQuay, Jay Bettinger, Rob Rynearson, Steve Slocum, Jay Borick, Steve Barnett. IVIiddle row: IVIcArthur Anderson, Greg Johnson, Erik Smith, Rick Fuler, Jamie Presser, Eric Bergreen. Back row: Paul Hicks, Joe Bailey, Dave Bunevacz, Matt Rice, John Sommers, Mark Wilson. rr. k U, ifCU Ci-f CLA Cl BRUINS BRUIVS rBRUlHi Sports Information UCLA Men ' s Distance Corps: (below) Front row: Steve Niednagel, Jeff Korn, Haissam Sabra, Richard Erbes, Karl Polivka. Middle row: Wayne Nitti, Jim Robbms, Brian Gastelum, Sven Haug, Eliazar Herrera, Bill Meyer. Back row: Robert Mata, Mark Dam, Kevin Blazona, Greg Flynn, Bryon DeVore, Aaron Cuthbertson. ' JiK ' BRUINS J Sports Information Bruce Weimer 122 Sports Leaders of the Pac Under the guiidance of three time Pac-1 an(j two time NCAA Coach of the Year Bob Larsen an(j his talented staff, this year ' s track men were definitely a team to be reckoned with in any competition. The Bruin men came in tenth overall at the 1 990 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, just slightly lower than their sixth place finish during the previous year. Due to a rash of injuries that hampered the Bruins, a disappointing third place finish was earned at the Great Western Pac-10 meet in Seattle. Leading the squad was junior Steve Lewis, who won the 400m at the NCAA in an amazing 45. 1 9. Eric Bergreen came in fourth in the shot put in the semis (58-10 3 4) and eighth in the final (59-7 1 2). Senior Brian Blutreich finished third in the discus final, with a mark of 190-9. Defending champion Kevin Williams came in fourth (10.70) in the 100m atthe Great Western meet,whilejunior Chris Vincent and senior Mike Wisnovsky finished second and fourth, respectively in the 400m final. Bruins faired considerably well in the field events, with a third place pole vault by Robert Rynearson and a second place shotput from junior Bergreen. ( N.. O CO We all share the same goals and are willing to work as a team to win in the end. We all have to stay healthy and keep that winning men tality to reach our goals. " -Bob Larsen, Head Coach m UP AT THE TOP Junior Robert Rynearson was consis- tently at the top of his event, as he vaults his way over the expec- tations of his openents. Rynearson came in third at the Great Western Pac-10 meet with a season best of 16 ' -8 3 4 " . ■ TAKING THE LEAD Dur ing a grueling 110 m high hurdle race, Derek Knight gams an edge over his opponents. Setting his personal best at an incredible 13.74, Knight dominated the event. B ALL AROUND ATHLETE Sophomore Kevin Williams comes in fourth in the semis at the Pac-10 meet in the 100m, but a hamstring problem kept him out of the final. Williams ' athletic versatility contributed to the Brum football team, where he played the position of tailback. Sports 123 " With God ' s Blessings, we iiopt to stay healthy and win the NCAA Champi- onships in Eugene, Or- egon. These goals will be achieved through our continued diligence and determination, along with teamwork and a winning spirit. " -Andrea Lee. Sprinter . Hurdler ■ SHATTERING THE RECORDS With intense deter- mination, Tracie Millet puts all her strenth into hurling the javelin across the Drake Stadium field. Millet dominated in all field events, setting school records in both shot put and discus at the Pac- 10 championships. ■ WORKING TOGETHER The 1500 meter relay team rep- resents the epitome of athletic teamwork, as Caryl Smith and Tonya Sedwick here illustrate. The quartet earned a fourth place national finish at the NCAA ' s, making them the seventh fastest team in Bruin history. ■ BLAZING DOWN THE STRETCH Sophomore Andrea Lee prepares for the baton pass as she eyes her teammate down the lane. After a year of resting due to chronic achilles tendonitis, Lee stormed through this year ' s meets with fierce anticipation. ■ OUT IN FRONT Return ing member Kathy Roldan jams ahead of the competition in the 1500m race. Roldan achieved her personal best in the event at an amazing 4:36.9. 124 Sports . On Track O With such world-class Olympians as Florence Griffith- ( ) Joyner and Jackie Joyner-Kersee as alumni, the UCLA Women ' s Track and Field team has had a history of national domination in the sport. Under the guidance of Coach Bob Kersee and with several key members returning to this years squad, the 90-91 Bruins were one of the strongest and most experienced groups ever. At the 1 990 NCAA Meet, LSU edged the Bruins for the national team title in Duke University for the third straight year. The Tigers captured their fourth consecutive women ' s national banner by a margin of 53-46. For this reason the team once again had their eye on wearing the NCAA Championship ring, a goal they especially wanted to achieve for their graduating seniors. Individually, the Bruins benefitted from great efforts from veterans Janeene Vickers and Tracie Millet. Field event specialist Millet became the first UCLA woman to win two events in the same NCAA championship meet, captur- ing titles in the shot put (53-6 3 4) and the discus (183-9). Vickers successfully defended her NCAA title in the 400m hurdles with a time of 55.40. The 1600 meter relay team of Julie Johnson, Anglea Burnham, Tonya Sedwick, and Vickers merited a fourth place national finish in a season best time of 3:32.88, making them the seventh fastest realy team in UCLA history. The Bruin 4 x 100 meter relay team of Adrianne Hooper, Burnham, Sedwick, and Vickers came in fourth at the NCAA ' s in a time of 44.30. With continued domination of field, speed, and dis- tance events, this year ' s Bruins undoubtedly made their awesome presence felt at the 1991 NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Spoils Information UCLA Women ' s Track and Field: Top row: Andrea DellaMonica, Lisa Coleman, Melisa Weis, Dawn Dumble, Candy Roberts, Susannah Thrasher, Kira Jorgensen, Jenni Whelchel, Tracie Millett, Laurie Andeen, Tonya Sedwick, Andy Chan (manager). Third row: Head Coach Bob Kersee, Tiffany Thurmond, Jennifer Ashe, Keisha Marvin, Janeene Vickers, Brooke Bartholomew, Beth Bartholowmew, Laura Chapel, Kris Wilson, Candlce Figueras, Sheila Burrell, Tasha Turner, Bob Messina. Second row: Kathi Roldan, Andrea Lee, Christy Ward, Angela Burnham, Dalna Ramey, Adriane Hopper, Caryl Smith, Dawn Crawford, Marlssa Gardella, Nicole Nugent. Bottom row: Midge Arteaga, Karen Hecox, Lynette Alexander, Ramona Pena, Gloria Barron, Becky Rogoff , Emily Nicklin, Jeanlne Grain, Glenda Smith, April Gidcumb, Althea Moses. Sports Intormation Sports 125 UCLA Men ' s Golf: Front row: Head Coach Dave Atchlnson, Tim Cruikshank, Ted Gleason, Michael Cress, David Solomon, Steve Haynes, Patrick Brownfield, Kent Wiese, Tom Nixon, Chris Massey. Top row: Greg Garbero, Kevin Claborn, Brian Bock, Chris Monroe. Sports Information UCLA Women ' s Golf: Front row: Jennifer Choi, Lisa Kiggens, Christy Erb, Patti Sinn. Back row: Head Coach Jackie Tobian-Steinmann, Wendy Nosse, Elizabeth Bowman, Renee Hunt, Carrie Leary, Debbi Koyama, Shawn Wanta. Sports Information Sports Information On The Upswing The Bruin Men ' s and Women ' s Golf team came out in full swing this season to improve their impressive finishes from last year. Last year, the women ' s team had it ' s most successful season ever, winning its first Pac-10 Champion- ship and coming in second in the NCAA tournament. Head coach Jackie Tobian-Steinmann hoped to build upon the strength of last year ' s team, saying " It ' s probably the best team I ever had. Our goalis to win the championship this year. " The men ' s year also intended on improving last year ' s third place Pac-10 finish. Returning to the women ' s team was senior Debbi Koyama, who scored in the top ten three times last year and finished the year in a tie for 25th place at the NCAA ' s. Junior Christy Erb and sophomores Elizabeth Bowman and Carrie Leary also returned to give their experience to the team. The men ' s team was highlighted by the presence of senior Greg Garbero, who led the Bruins last season in percentage of sub-par holes (.163) and birdie conversion (.262). Steve Haynes, who had averaged 75.0 and tied for fourth at the Western Intercollegiates, also contributed his expertise to the team. For this year ' s Bruins, the NCAA goal didn ' t look like an unreasonable one. Said Steinmann, " Last year, the team worked as one, for one purpose. This year with all our returnees and the newcomers, I feel we ' ll be even stronger. " 126 Sports Sports Information o " You have to want to win, then you have to experi- ence at winning, then you have to expect to win, then you have to win. " -Jaclde Tobian-Steinman, Head Coach ■ FORE! Senior Debbie Koyama swings with full force, capturing the awe of the crowd and her fellow team members. This season, Koyama competed in the 1990 U.S. Open and scored three top-ten finishes, finiding herself for the first time in national rankings. ■ A HOLE IN ONE Return- ing senior Steve Haynes eyes his shot down the fairway at the Ping Arizona Intercollegiate. Haynes, who scored an average of 75.0 this season, helped his team place sixth at the tourney, beating out 12 of 18 teams. ■ INTENSE CONCEN- TRATION With a 77.0 average and .712 percentage, Kent Wiese hopes to maintain his high statistics with this shot at the Burns Intercollegiate Tour- nament. Despite their excel- lent effort, the team placed a disappointing 16th out of 21 teams. Sports 127 September 11 -Secretary of State James Baker asks for NATO forces to bolster U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf. September 12 -Three of the teenage rapists in the " Central Park Jogger " case are sentenced to 5-10 years in jail. September 13 -The United Nations sponsors limited food aid to Iraq. September 14 -Juage David Souter begins confirmation hearings in front of the Senate Judicial Com- mittee as Bush ' s nominee to the Supreme Court. -Iraq tests an intermediate range missile that could hold a poisonous gas load. -U.S. plans to tap Strategic Oil Reserves, planning for a worldwide oil shortage. September 16 -Operation Iron Fist begins in So uth Africa to curb the month-long war in black townships like Soweto. September 17 -President Bush appears on Iraqi television, warning Iraq that they are " on the brink of war. " September 18 -Philippine President Corazon Aquino calls for U.S. forces to leave the Philippines within the next 5 years. -Air Force Chief-of-Staff General Charles Dugan is fired by Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney for revealing possible air strike tar- gets in Iraq. September 19 -Charles Keating is indicted on 42 counts of state securities fraud in connection to his failed Lincoln Savings Loan. -South African Winnie Mandela is charged with assault and kidnapping of four young black men in December 1988. -Iraqi forces shift to the Saudi Arabian front. September 22 -Federal bank regulators file suit against Neil Bush, son of the President, and other former officers of the failed Silverado Savings Loan -Iraq expels 3 U.S. diplomats and military attaches of 11 Western European na- tions. -Mikhail Gorbachev seeks sweeping presi- dential powers to save his fragile reTorms. September 23 -Last U.S. refugee plane with women and children leaves Iraq, but hundreds of men remain as " human shields. " -Exxon ends its clean-up of Prince William Sound in Alaska. September 24 -Iraq threatens to avenge blockade by striking at Israel and crippling Mideast oil regions. -South African President F.W. de Klerk September 1 1 - October 22 128 Calendar visits the United States: the first South African president to do so since 1945. September 25 -Gorbachev wins sweeping emergency powers to remold and save the failing Soviet economy. -President Bush backs an early end to South African sanctions. -Oil prices rise to a record $38.25 per barrel after Hussein threatens Saudi oil fields. September 26 -United Nations orders Iraq air embargo. September 27 -A crowd of 200 animal rights activists rally in Meyerhoff Park to draw attention to UCLA ani- mal experimentation. September 28 -Senate Judiciary Committee gives approval of David Souter to full Senate. -Students held hostage in Henry ' s Bar at the Durant Hotel near the U.C. Berkeley campus are released after 1 7 hours; crazed gunman is killed by police. September 29 -Iraqi soldiers reported pillaging Kuwait, tak- ing military and medical supplies as well as food. October 2 -Chancellor Charles Young to appeal federal allegations of racism in admissions. October 3 -Senate confirms David Souter 90 to 9 as Supreme Court ' s 105th Justice. -UCLA receives an exemption from certain Los Angeles water restrictions. October 4 -Conviction in Rap Case: record store owner October 10 -Libya is linked to the Pan Am flight 1 03 bombing last December. October 11 -UCLA freshman Ed O ' Bannon is injured during a pick-up game and is lost for at least 9-12 months. October 12 -More confusing signals from the Presi- dent on the tax issue: " Read my lips " ; his focus on the war is worsening the budget crisis. October 13 -Israel is officially condemned by the United Nations for the death of 19 Palestinians at the Temple Mount. October 15 -Israeli Parliament decides to snub the SOUTABLE JUSTICE convicted for selling a 2 Live Crew record that a Florida judge had declared obscene. October 5 -United German Parliament meets in Berlin for first session. October 6 -Bush rejects stop gap bill after budget pact defeat; Federal shutdown begins. October 8 -New budget deal is forged and approved by the House in a move to break the deadlock. -Israeli government distributes 4.5 million gas masks to its citizens. -Louisiana voters electformerclansman David Duke by a 44% margin. October 9 -19 Paleshnians are killed in a sudden battle with Jerusalem Police at the Temple Mount; tensions boil over and force curfews. AP Wide World Photos ■ SURPRISE ANNOUNCEMENT President Bush speaks to reporters in the White House as he announces his nomination of appellate judge David Souter to a seat on the Supreme Court. If confirmed by the Senate, the 50-year-old jurist from New Hampshire would succeed William J. Brennen and would be the latest in a long line of recent Republican-appointed Supreme Court jus- tices. Questions about Souter ' s positions on many issues arose as his vote threatened to alter many current laws such as abortion and civil rights. Despite probing questions by the press, Souter remained tight-lipped. U.N. inquiry into the Temple Mount killings. -Conductor, composer Leonard Bernstein dies. October 16 -Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev wins the Nobel Peace Prize. October 17 -Gorbachev retreats on a radical eco- nomic plan, opting instead for a gradual change to free markets. October 19 -Senate approves 1991 budget, avert- ing a total government shutdown. -The House votes to remove China ' s Most Favored Nation status. October 20 -Soviet Union passes reform bill to begin change from socialism to a mar- ket driven system. October 22 -Palestinians stab 3 Jews to death in Jerusalem in revenge for Temple Mount killings -Cal beats UCLA in football for the first time in 18 years, 38-31. Calendar 129 ■ THATCHER WAVES GOOD-BYE Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher waves as she enters a car to leave Downing Street for the House of Commons. Great Britain waves good-bye to their eight year prime minister. Nick- named the " Iron Lady, " Thatcher was known for tough stances and her ideal for a greater European community. Divided party lines prompted Thatcher ' s resigna- tion. October 23 - December 3 October 23 -President Bush vetos the Civil Rights Act of 1990 which would have allowed stronger measures to be taken against employers who discriminate against under-represented groups. October 24 -The College of Letters and Sciences Provost Raymond Orbach disbands an advisory commit- tee on Chicano Studies after discussions be- tween students and administrators deadlock. -Labor Secretary Elizabeth Dole resigns. October 25 -Pete Koebler and Virginia Sandoval crowned 1990 Homecoming Queen and King. October 26 -1991 Homecoming Parade. October 27 -Homecoming game. UCLA wins 26-1 7 over the Oregon State, but the real show is pro- vided by the famed " halftime streaker. " October 31 -The College Board unveils a revised Scho- lastic Aptitude Test (SAT) which will allow students applying to college in 1994 to use calculators and will also require students to respond with fill-in answers. November 4 -Secretary of State James Baker begins Mideast-European tour seeking man- date for use of force against Hussein. November 6 -Republican Pete Wilson wins Governor ' s seat over Democratic op- ponent Dianne Feinstein while the envi- ronmental protection measure Big Green, is defeated. -Democrat Jesse Jackson elected as " shadow senator " of District of Colum- bia. -Hungary becomes the first East Eu- ropean Country to join a West Euro- pean political organization announcing they will be included in the Council or Europe. 130 Calendar Greg Mittenhuber Changing of the Guard November 8 -The Pentagon orders more than 100,000 troops to mobilize to the Persian Gulf in anticipation of a military confrontation. November 11 -An additional 240,000 troops are sent to the Persian Gulf. November 15 -UCLA, UCSC, and UCB are named National Centers for Excellence by the U.S. Depart- ment of Education. Novermber 20 -The Native American Grave Protection and Reparation Act takes effect. November 21 -A fire breaks out in the Sproul Hall trash chute. No one is injured. November 23 -Prime Minisister Margaret Thatcher of Great Brit- am resigns. November 27 -Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher recommends John Major to take her place. November 28 -Bush embraces Mexico in a free-trade agreement. -The Westw ood Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Culture opens. November 29 -President Bush signs immigration bill increasing doctors, scientists and other skilled workers. -Actor Alec Baldwin of The Hunt for Red October speaks in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. December 2 -The first South African black man is buried in a white cemetary in Johannesburg ' s White West Park Cemetery after being shot by police during a protest march. Calendar 131 December 4 - January 1 4 December 4 -State Legislators return to Sacramento for budget taiKs. December 5 -President Bush promises to crack down on black marketing. -The resevoir which the state relies on for water is drained. -UCLA psychiatrist Robert Ross is shot in his office by a suspected patient. December 6 -Planned oil transfer in Alaska is cancelled. -U.S. troops smash a rebellion in Panama. December 8 -More ships are sent to the Middle East. -Actress Jane Fonda and business tycoon Ted Turner tie the knot. -Unemployment peaks. December 9 -An apparition of the Virgin Mary is reported in Colfax, and crowds gather in hopes of similar experiences. December 10 -The University of California claims divestment with South Africa is complete, but students claim ASUCLA still carries products of many companies with ties to the South African gov- ernment. -Lech Walesa, solidarity leader, wins Polish presidential election by a landslide. December 11 -Former California Senator Paul Carpenter sen- tenced for extortion. December 12 -Bush promises to promote term limits for elected officials. -Donald and Ivanna Trump ' s divorce is finalized. -Groups push for California-wide smoking ban. December 13 -In a recent study medical researchers find that pork and lamb can be linked to cancer. December 14 -An earthquake hits Sicily. December 15 -President Bush announces military tours in Middle East may be extended. December 16 -Tough no-smoking ordinance in California put into place. -Former presidential candidate McGovern may run again in 1992. December 17 -Trump Plaza holds an auction. December 18 -New Education Secretary, Lamar Alexander, nominated. December 19 -Race scholarships made conditional. This is seen by many as a major setback in civil rights. -FCA lowers key interest rates to help those affected by the recession. December 20 -Joe Montana and four other teammates named to the Pro Bowl. Go 49ers!!! December 21 -Sovietforeign minister Eduard Shevardnadze steps down. December 22 -President Bush announces that he is sure of a quick victory if the U.S. goes to war in the Persian Gulf. December 23 -After being elected in Poland, Lech Walesa announces a pledge to continued reforms. December 24 -The crew of the USS Saratoga grieves the loss of 21 sailors in a freak ferry accident in the Persian Gulf. December 26 -U.S. urges Americans to get out of Jordan, fearing their safety in the midst of the Gulf crisis. -Nancy Cruzan ' s family is finally allowed to take their daughter off of life support systems after a fierce battle over her right to die. December 28 -Wilson faces budget crisis as his first order of business in the Governor ' s office, but he heartily accepts a raise. December 30 -Michael Crawford returns as Phantom of the Opera in Los Angeles until April 2nd. -Drought leaves California dry for the 5th consecutive year. Experts demand strict water rationing guidelines for the summer. -Iraq says it wants to set a date for talks with theU.S. January 2 -The University of Colorado at Boulder stakes its claim for the National Football Title against the Notre Dame Fighing Irish. The Associated Press poll puts CD Boulder on top while the United Press international poll puts Notre Dame at number one. Go Buffs!!! January 3 -Governor Pete Wilson picks John Seymour for his successor in the U.S. Senate. -U.S. helicopter shot down in El Salvador. -Earthquakes pelt western Nevada. -Freeze reeks havoc in citrus country. January 4 -Crude-oil prices drop to their lowest point since August. -AIDS is taken off of the list of diseases barring foreigners. -Bush proposes talks with Iraq next week but again rules out any compromise. January 5 -Iraq agrees to Gulf talks. -Aide to Saddam Hussein will meet Secretary of State James Baker in Geneva. -First class postage predicted to rise to $.29. -Governor Wilson planning to freeze state public school funding. A large fee increase looms over UC students. -Actor Marlon Brando ' s son admits guilt in plea bargain after being indicted for the murder of his sister ' s boyfriend. January 6 -Bush warns that " time is running out " to avoid war. -A mass exodus of Soviet migrants strains Israel. -Lena Scott Tiles, 62, is arrested for the shooting of UCLA psychiatrist Rob- ert Ross. January 7 -A mudslide resulting from rains forces the two week evacuation of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house and twenty- seven units of the Westwood Chateau University Apartments. -Hussein tells troops to prepare for a long war. -Saudi Arabia King Jana addresses his troops in preparation for a military confrontation. -UCLA urged to plan for a draft. -Guatemalans vote in presidential elec- tion. -Governor Pete Wilson is inaugurated. January 8 -Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney terminates big defense contract citing a decrease in the need for a large military in the future. -Billy Thompson of the UCLA soccer team is named NCAA player of the year. January 9 -Students fear Wilson ' s budget may affect UC registration fees. -UCLA sociological survey reveals rac- ism is still widespread. No shit. -Bush asks Congress to back United Nation ' s stance. January 10 -Governor Pete Wilson gives state of the state address. -Congress not unified on a declaration of war. -Iraq outlook grim after failed talks in Geneva. -UCLA alumnus, John Seymour, takes Governor Wilson ' s former position. January 11 -You See Freedom of Speech Move- ment holds a rally on the war in Westwood Plaza. A crowd of over 400 gather. January 14 -A teach-in on the Persian Gulf War is held in Haines Hall, sponsored by the Radical Students Association. 132 Calendar i : Chilling of the Soviet Regime AP Wide World Photos ■ RESIGNED Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze announces his resignation to the Kremlin. The Soviet Union taced a long and very chilly winter. Shevardnadze ' s resignation came at a critical time as the Baltic states clamored for independence, the infrastructure threatened failure, and massive famine loomed. Calendar 133 January 1 5 - February 25 January 15 -United Nations Deadline for Iraqi pullout of Kuwait. -Protest rallies held all over the nation; " No Blood for Oil " coined; 400 anti-war protest- ers rally at Westwood Federal Building block- ing access to and from the San Diego Free- ' regated. ItoLatvia; 14 Lithuanians way. -Public schools seg -Soviet raids spreac die. -The Council for the International Exchange of Scholars announced 10 UCLA faculty Fulbright Scholars for 1990-91. UCLA had more Fulbrights than any other UC campus. January 16 WAR -U.S. bombs Baghdad; Allied jets raid targets across Iraq. -World hears war begin, live from Baghdad, on CNN; the entire UCLA campus comes to a halt to listen to early reports and President Bush ' s speech. -Round-the-clock bombardment of Iraq be- gins. -The Committee of National Salvation issued astatementthroughthepro-SovietLlthuanian Communist Party calling on Mikhail S. Gorba chev to impose " presidential rule " on Lithuania. -Martin Luther King, Jr. ' s birthday. January 17 -Iraqi missiles strike Israel. -Air dominance established by Allies. -Protesting Bruins shut down Murphy Hall, demanding Chancellor Charles Young pro- claim a one-day moratorium and teach-in on the war. January 18 -Israel uses restraint and does not retaliate against Iraq as SS-1 " Scud " missiles con- tinue to strike Tel-Aviv and other cities. -The Allied sortie-a-minute pace continues around the clock. -University Police arrest 113 anti-war pro- testers in Murphy Hall; Chancellor Young refuses the request for one day of " alterna- tive education. January 19 -Two American Patriot missile batteries are dispatched to protect Israel from Scud at- tacks that continue daily. -Bombing sorties begin to focus on Iraqi troop concentrations. -Bush warns Iraq not to mistreat any cap- tured U.S. airmen. -Soviet Interior Ministry forces attack Latvian forces, killing 4, and increasing U.S.-Soviet tensions; Bush warns of setbacks to warm- ing relations. -Israeli leaders, reversing their long-standing public insistence military self-renance, re- quested U.S. assistance. U.S. urgently makes effort to keep Israel from joining the war. -More than 5,000 anti-war protesters held the largest demonstration in recent memory at the West Los Angeles Federal Building before converging on UCLA for a rally. -Eastern Airlines folds. January 20 -Iraq paraded seven Allied POWs, including 3 Americans, on television. Their messages home were tense. -Scud missiles fired on Saudi Arabia are shot down by Patriot missiles. -Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday is observed. January 22 -Scud missile strikes Tel-Aviv; 3 die, 95 hurt in devastated apartment housing area; retali- ation by Israel becomes likely. -Bush, Gorbachev, reach impasse over ten- sion in the Baltic region. -UCLA Hunger Awareness Week begins, ad- dressing the issues of homelessness and poverty in America. -50,000 pro-life activists demonstrated at the Supreme Court and the Capital Buildings on the 118th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. January 23 -Sign s OT Iraqi-trained terror network found in Europe and the United States; F.B.I, is ques- tioning Arab-Americans, friends of Arabs, and watching suspicious persons. -Chairman of the Joint-Cniefs-of-Staff Gen- eral Colin Powell asserts defeat of Iraq: " Hussein ' s Army will be cut off, killed. " -Bruins wait in long lines to submit PTE ' s during an extended deadline due to the protests. -Soviet troops seized Lithuania ' s main paper and printing materials warehouse in the Soviet government ' s persistent campaign to reassert power in the Baltics. -Japan and the Soviet Union pledge to persist in efforts to finally sign a peace treaty ending World War II. -New U.S. postage stamps went on sale. Americans now pay 29 cents to mail a letter. January 24 -War 101: alternative education offered around campus. - " Alternative education day " at UCLA, or- ganized by a student coalition concerned about the gulf war. The day included panels, workshops, a blood drive and background talks on gulf history. -UCLA proponents of U.S. military action in the gulf have first organized pro-troop rally since U.S. entered into war. -The Berlin Parliament confirmed a con- servative-Social Democratic coalition as the first all-Berlin government since 1 948. 134 Calendar January 25 -Iraq opens an oil pipeline into the gulf, spilling over 100,000 barrels of oil into the waters; Experts report the spill is 12 times -Iraqi warplanes land in Iran; Iranian officials say the planes are impounded and will not be al- lowed to take off during the Gulf War. -Bush sends U.S. experts to establish extent of damage and begin containment efforts of the 30 mile long, 8 mile wide oil slick, now 20 times worse than the Exxon Valdez. -Wang Dan, the top student leader of China ' s 1989 pro-democracy Tian An Men Square dem- onstrations, was sentenced to four years in prison. January 27 -U.S. bombs Kuwaiti oil terminal to halt the flow of oil into the gulf; Bush says this is the largest act of environmental terrorism, and may have caused irreversible damage -Top U.S. and Soviet diplomats opened inten- sive meetings in Washington. Among the topics was the Soviet crackdown in the Baltics. -Super Bowl Sunday. Pretty Insignificant, eh? votes to implement a 10% reduction in water usage in the Southland. -UCLA students demonstrated their frustration over lack of space for the Academic Advancement Program (AAP) at the steps of Campbell Hall. January 31 -Battles still rage in Khafji; Allies drive Iraqis from the city and take 167 pris- oners. -Gorbachev claims Soviet forces are leaving Baltic republics. -Actor T red Savage of " Wonder Years " speaks at Ackerman. February 1 -Planes collide at Los Angeles Interna- tional Airport; 3 persons are killed, 24 injured, 29 are missing; control tower error and landing gear problems are suggested in conflicting reports; ter- rorism not considered. -South African President Frederik W. de Klerk calls for an end to all apartheid laws. - " Friendly fire " is probable cause of the 12 Marines ' deaths. -Mayor Tom Bradley calls for a 10% water rationing on March 1, and 15% by May 1 . -Earthquake hits northern Pakistan kill- ing at least 200. February 2 -Air controller error blamed for disas- ter at LAX; toll rises to 33 dead. -Allied ground push in 20 days foreseen. -Conservatives increase pressure on Gorbachev to return the power and prestige of the Communist Party. February 4 -Iraq begins to shelter troops and jets in civilian areas. -Two faulty radar systems that could have helped avert collision on runway are connected to the fatal LAX crash, whose death toll rose to 34. -Winnie Mandela, wife of black leader Nelson Mandela, goes on trial for as- sault and kidnapping charges linked to the case of a slain 14-year-old boy. AP Wide World Photos AP Wide World Photos U.N. Deadline Passes bigger than the Exxon Valdez. -Scuds continue to be launched against Saudi Arabia and Israel; most destroyed; Saudi Arabia has first fatality from attack. -The 1990 Census reports Los Angeles is second largest city in the United States, and 18 of 29 cities to reach 100,000 persons are in California. -AIDS is reported the second leading killer of young men ages 25-40, surpassing heart disease, cancer, suicide, and homicide. -The Associated Students Board of Directors passed a financial plan for the expansion, renovation and seismic rehabilitation of Ackerman Union, estimated to cost over $22 million. January 26 -Oil continues to pour into gulf; wildlife is killed; Saudi Arabian water desalination plants threatened. January 28 -Count fops 80 as more Iraqi planes fly to shelter in Iran. -U.S., U.S.S.R. postpone " by mutual agree- ment " their Moscow summit; cooling relations caused by Persian Gulf War and Baltic turmoil. -UCLA Eating Disorders Education Week be- gins. January 29 -Bush ' s State of the Unio n Address called on Americans to " accept our responsibility to lead the world away from... dictators. " -UCLA study snows student activism up; many students are becoming involved in war protests on campus and at the Federal Building. January 30 -The first major ground battle takes place in the Saudi Arabian border town of Khafji; 12 U.S. Marines are killed. -The Los Angeles Metropolitan Water District ■ WAITING IN THE DESERT U.S. Army 7th Corps vehicles struggle to make their way through a desert of mud Monday after heavy rains in the eastern Saudi Arabian desert. Troops grew anxious as January 15th drew near, waiting to see if their drills would turn into combat. ■ VICTIM OF WAR A thick layer of crude oil coats the feathers of a cor- morant as it stands in the oily surf at Khafji, Saudi Arabia. Military authori- ties say Iraq poured thousands of bar- rels of oil into the Persian Gulf from Kuwaiti refineries. 135 Calendar Brutality ON Patrol February 26 -Despite Hussein ' s orders for troop retreats from Kuwait Bush continues the war. -An Iraqi scud missile hits a Gl barrack and kills 27. February 27 The War Ends -Iraqis in full retreat from Kuwait. U.S. Marines occupy Kuwait City. -Bush gives his victory address calling the Persian Gulf War a " quick, decisive victory. " February 28 -Iraq agrees on cease-fire attacks, and U.S. calls for the speedy release of Allied Prisoners of War and a formalized end to the war. March 3 -Rodney King is pulled over for an alleged speed violation and is subsequently beaten by three L.A. police officers while 1 2 others look on. The entire incident is captured on video and later released to national horror. -Allies and Iraqis hold cease-fire talks and Iraqi accepts terms presented by the Allies. Aformal end comes to the war. March 5 -After the end of the Persian Gulf War social upheaval spreads throughout the southern re- gion of Iraq as rebel forces including the Kurds and fundamentalists revolt against the Hussein- loyal Republican Guard. -The first 10 POWs are released, six of which are from the U.S. -Communications board brings the JSU-NOMMO conflict to an end by declaring a pledge of the " promotion for more cultural sensitivity in cam- pus media. " March 6 -Rebellion continues although Republican Guard take most of the port of Basra, Iraq ' s second largest city. -The fire in the Persian Gulf caused by the horrific oil spill continues to burn. -Bush takes advantage of momentum coming off from the Persian Gulf " Victory " calling for an end to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Bush hopes that the victory against Hussein is the first step in resolving all tensions in the troubled Middle East. -An Inter-fraternity Council memo that excluded Asian and African American Greeks from an " all- greek " activity surfaces. The memo, written by Panhellenic Special Events Coordinator Nichelle Miskinnis, read, " Put in all NATIONAL greek boxes, i.e. make sure you don ' t put them in Asian or Black frats. " Busted! March 7 -Freed POWs report abuse from Iraqi captures. -L.A. Police Chief Daryl Gates calls for prosecu- tion of three officers involved in the brutal Rodney King beating. -On the bottom right-hand corner of the front page of the L.A. Times an article appears on the release of the videotape containing the beating of Rodney King. -Irv Rubin of the Jewish Defense League comes to campus in response to NOMMO ' s allegedly anti-semitic article, causing a heated confron- tation between himself and NOMMO. March 8 -The 24th Division GIs from Georgia are the first of U.S. troops to return home. They are received as heroes by cheering crowds. March 10 -Bush warns of renewed air strikes if chemi- cal weapons are used on rebels. -Mann Theaters in Westwood oversell tickets for the new movie New Jack Citv. A not ensues and many Westwood stores are looted. March 12 -Baker meets with West Bank and Gaza Strip leaders in hopes of solving the complex Arab-Israeli conflict. March 13 -Baker suggests steps to peace between Arabs and Tsraelis calling for a " freeze of Israeli settlements and Palestinians would set aside PLO Leadership. " -Thousands of international businessmen in- vade Kuwait hoping to land contracts to rebuild the ravaged city. March 14 -Kuwait ' s emir, the Sheik Jabbar al Ahmed al Sabah returns to Kuwait for the 1st time since the Iraqi invasion. -U.S. troops re-occupy deep positions within Iraq to safeguard the rebels against the possible use of chemical weapons By Hussein and the Republican Guard. -Regents vote on a $3.6 million renovation of ChancellorYoung ' sBe - rhome,asKerckhoff Hall ' s renovation has barely enough money to complete the job. March 15 -Four indicted Los Angeles police arraigned in the beating of Rodney King. Eleven other officers present at the beating remain under investigation. March 16 -Iraq must yield to " supervised destruction " of chemical weapons, and pledge part of future oil revenues for war reparations ac- cording to the peace accord. March 17 -Baker plans new talks on the Arab-Israeli peace plan. March 19 -The patrol car log of a police officer present at the beating of Rodney King is released. The log contained dialogue between the officer and the station. At one point the officer brags, " I haven ' t beaten anyone this bad in a long time. " March 20 -L.A. Police Chief Daryl Gates feels the pres- sure for a resignation as the recent police documents reveal the brutality of the beat- ing. March 21 -Iraqi warplane seemingly violating tempo- rary truce is downed by U.S. March 22 -U.S. downs another Iraqi warplane. Bush shows he will not stand up to defiance of the truce between the allies and Iraq. March 25 -Whoopie Goldberg wins best supporting actress for her role as a psychic in Ghost at the Academy Awards. She is the 1st black women to do such in 60 years. March 26 -High Court allows forced confession in crimi- nal trials. March 29 -Thousand rally for Russian Federation leader Boris Yeltsin, calling for oust of Gorbachev. March 30 -The shortfall in the California State Budget rises to 12.6 billion. April 1 -Duke wins the NCAA basketball crown. -April Fool ' s Day. 136 Calendar ■ POLICE BRUTALITY We sat in our safe living rooms and watched the videotape of a bru- tal beating of a defenseless man. We were shocked, saddened, and angered. Many took their anger out on L.A. Police Chief Daryl Gates for allowing such brutal men guard our city, our homes, and ourselves. Students and citizens alike gathered in protest of Gates remaining in power as the ominous police force stood around them. Gates was under fire from all levels, including the national. His fate still remains undecided. February 26 - April 3 Calendar 137 April 4 - May 20 April 7 -1989 Nobel Peace Prize Winner the Dalai Lama speaks at Royce Hall to a packed audience eager to see and hear the Tibetan holy man speak on the attainment of spirituality in the modern world. -A Residential Assistant at Saxon Suites is in- jured in a shooting spree by an unknown gunman in which 4 shots were fired into a crowd late in the evening. April 8 -Black Greek Week begins with a High School College and Job Fair for prospective college freshmen. 138 Calendar April 9 -Black Greek Week continues with a Play on Male and Female Relationships. April 11 -The UC Regents in response to the in- crease in student fees reveals its new financial aid program. April 12 -Emmy Award Winning NBC Correspon- dent, Aurthur Kent, speaks on his cover- age of the Persian Gulf War for NBC News. -The rock group An Emotional Fish plays in the Cooperage under the sponsorship of the Student Committee for the Arts. -The Chicanos for Community Medicine organization holds its 10th Annual Minor- ity Pre-Health Conference. -Worldfest ' 91 continues with Samba in Westwood Plaza. The Samba is a Brazil- ian dance, and Worldfest organizers invited us to join Grupo Af roBrazil in the Samba in the Spring ' 91 Sun! April 13 -Black Greek Week sponsors the 13th annual Step Show in Pauley Pavilion as ■ " TODAY IS A HAPPY DAY! " The Zulu Spear musical group was one of the many performing groups at the fifth annual Azania Solidarity Day which featured numerous mu- sical groups along with poetry readings and speakers. The day included presentations from the Palestinian liberation movement and the Na tive American Indian Nation in order to stress the plight of all oppressed peoples in the world. Spring Quarter ' 91 ushered in a number of festivities and pre- sentations such as Worldfest ' 91, Black Greek Week, The Mark Taper Forum, and Los Angeles Perspectives underlining cultural and artistic diversity on campus. Crossing Cultures part of the Black Greek Week. -AISA sponsors its sixth annual Pow Wow at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center as part of Worldfest ' 91. April 14 -The Lao nation Music and Dance Troupe joins Worldfest ' 91 as they commemorate the Lunar New Year. April 15 -me folklore Graduate Students ' Association sponsors A Dance Workshop on the Dances of the Silk Road. The dance originates from the Uzbekistan ' s Ferghana dance style. -U.C.L.A. to take out a $2 million loan for the Westwood Gateway. April 17 -The first in a series featuring Artists of The Mark Taper Forum presents Keith David the star of Jellv ' s Last Jam and Linda Twine the musical director conductor of Jelly ' s Last Jam in a discussion of cultural diversity in the theater. -The candidates for USAC are officially an- nounced. Over 20 students who passed the eligibility requirements will run. April 20 -Azania Solidarity Day festivities held at the bottom of Janss Steps. The day included Reggae, rap, poetry, speak- ers, and booths featuring African Art and food. April 22 -Earth Day ushers in the beginning of Earth Week with tables and speakers, educating students on the plight of our mother earth. -A multi-media festival, Los Angeles Perspectives begins. The festival continues through the 25th featuring art and literature demonstrating the unique L.A. style. Calendar 139 May 21 - Ex-Police Chief Daryl Gates is placed under employment of Rodney King after King took his million dollar settlement and started one of the most successful construction compa- nies in the state. Gates is in charge of coffee; they don ' t let him near the files. May 22 -Earth Day continues on campus with a car- nival of speakers in Westwood Plaza. May 23 -Chancellor Young, learning from his experi- ence of transferring Wooden Center Funds to the athletic department, decides to trans- fer the funds from the proposed renovation of his Bel Air home to help the financially unable to pay their now raised reg fees. May 24 -Chancellor Young passes a resolution abol- ishing all red tape at Murphy Hall. Young becomes a really nice guy for no apparent reason. May 25 -Pablo Picasso comes to campus. May 26 - " No more smog! " The experts are baffled as to where all the smog went. Some speculate that most is now congregated over USC because as you know likes attract, well in this case anyway. May 28 -Sam Kaufman is the lizard king. May 29 -All students on campus become miracu- lously politically and ethnically enlightened. June 1 -The long awaited ethnic and gender studies requirement is added to the general educa- tion requirements. It ' s about time such a diverse campus has a curriculum that re- flects its diversity. -Chicano Studies is brought back to campus with a personal donation of $500,000 from Chancellor Young. June 2 -NOMMO and JSU throw a big party. June 3 -The three Greek systems on campus merge and become non-elitist and wholly based on philanthropic and cultural endeavors. June 4 -USC inexplicably becomes one big parking lot. June 5 -Todd Marinovich is doin ' time in the state penitentiary for so many things we just don ' t have enough space to write them all down. June 6 -UCLA is ranked the 1 university for aca- demics in the nation. June 7 -Professors refuse to ignore their students anymore and give up research. June 8 -Brum Life sells an unprecedented 22,000 yearbooks. June 9 -The drop add option is extended until the first week of the following quarter. June 10 -Living in L.A. is discounted for starving students 50%. June 11 -An escalator is installed on Bruin Walk near the L.A. Tennis Center. June 12 - All nuclear weapons are destroyed. June 13 -Everyone starts to recycle. June 14 -A new clean mode of transportation is dis- covered. We just may save the atmosphere through riding our bikes. June 15 -The last day of finals, and everyone gets a 4.0 gpa. -The yearbook finally arrives after a " myste- rious shipment delay. " June 16 -Sigma Nu takes down its enormous (not to mention obnoxious) American Flag. June 17 -All graduation ceremonies are held to- gether in Drake at the last minute so that friends can graduate together. June 18 -It starts raining in Southern California. June 20 -It ' s still raining. June 21 -Vice-president Dan Quayle hasn ' t said something stupid or offensive in a record month. June 22 -Brazil passes a new law illegalizing the deforestation of the Amazon. June 24 -A cure for AIDS is found by a UCLA professor. When asked what her plans were now she replied, " I ' m going to Disneyland! " June 25 -Bruin Life finds an editor for next year. June 26 -It ' s still raining. June 27 -More all-night study lounges are opened. June 28 -Barry Manilow reveals himself as the illegitimate son of President George Bush and actress Katherine Hepburn. June 29 -The California state budget and the na- tional budget deficits turn out to be a clerical error. We actually are in surplus not deficit. June 30 -Due to all the rain water rationing is unnecessary, but people still plan on ra- tioning though because they want to be responsible with our resources. May 2 1 - June 30 140 Calendar ByE ' Bye Bruins!!! ■ BUBBLES AWAY We say goodbye to the 1991 graduating class, another great class full of memories, friendships, and knowledge. Hopefully, none of our bubbles will be burst as we float into the real world. Calendar 141 There should never have been a doubt in anyone ' s mind that Saddam Hussein would one day invade Kuwait. While he waved at us with one hand during the Iran-Iraq War, he was stabbing us in the back with the other. It was the lack of understanding and underes- timating by the Central Intelligence Agency during Ronald Reagan ' s administration that prevented us from foreseeing this crisis on the horizon. Saddam seemed to be the moderate in the Middle East, and, when the C.I.A. saw an interested eye in the oil-rich region, they reached out with open arms to embrace " the enemy of my enemy " . Now we know we should have covered our butt. Oil was the major cause of this crisis. No matter what the speeches said to the contrary, oil interests were pushing to have instead of making the policy fit the informa- tion. A bullying tactic, they called it. The Defense Department could not piece to- gether Saddam ' s insanity, daring, and his military might into a coherent theory of Iraqi policy and action in the Mideast. So on August 2, 1 990, Saddam Hussein gave the order to his soldiers to invade the nation of Kuwait. Tanks roared into Kuwait City, firing on any resistance, or any per- sons, in sight. President Bush froze all Iraqi and Kuwaiti assets in the United States, and guided the United Nations to take quick action with a worldwide embargo on trade with Iraq on August 6. Bush also began to formulate both a diplomatic and military battle plan. Within one week, the Middle East, from Israel and Egypt to Syria, Jordan, in Baghdad intended to become " human shields " . This was an old tactic of terror- ism taken to new extremes. The tension mounted for President Bush as Ameri- cans shouted for him to get their families and friends out of Iraq and Kuwait. Yellow ribbons went up on trees, mail boxes, car antennas, and even on buildings to show support and concern. Possibly the pres- sure became too much for Saddam Hussein, because on December 7, his parliament endorsed his decision to free the American, British, French, Soviet hos- tages as well as thousands of Asian na- tionals. Secretary of State James Baker, in the meantime, was pushing the United Nations Security Council toward approv- One Minute to Midnight the President use a heavy hand. With more than 2 3s of the world ' s oil supply controlled by third-world nations, how could anyone expect rationality to overcome hundreds of years of inner turmoil? The region has been plagued by anger, revenge, hate, and suspi- cion not unlike our relationship with the Soviet Union (although we masked this with civility). Capitalism and greed gave Kuwait the excuse it needed to sell out OPEC and produce more than its agreed-to quota of oil at a lower price. This undercut Iraqi profits and prevented Iraq from paying off its war debts. Indeed, with $80 billion owed to other nations and no further guarantees of assis- tance, military or monetary, from the U.S. S.R., Iraq was pushed into a corner. But, whis- pered ministers close to Saddam, if Iraq combined its oil quotas with Kuwait ' s, and forced up the price of oil past $30 or $40 a barrel, then Iraq could pay off its debt, increase its military war chest, and expand its coastline to finally include a deep-water port. All that was necessary was an invasion of tiny, defenseless Kuwait. However, as the saying goes, the left hand of the government rarely knows what the right one is doing, and it was the absolute truth when it came to dealing with Saddam Hussein. As Saddam was planning an inva- sion. Ambassador April Glaspie assured him that the United States was still seeking bet- ter relations, and that there was a tiny con- cern about the massing troops near the Kuwaiti border. Saddam lied, said the troops were there to protect Iraqi interests, and everyone bought it. There was so much proof from satellite pictures to inside infor- mants that Hussein was about to invade Kuwait that no one in the State Department took it seriously; they simply made the intel- ligence information fit the foreign policy, and Iran, once again became the focal point of intense international difficulties. Iraqi forces moved into central and southern Ku- So on August 2, 1990, Saddam Hussein gave the order... to invade the nation of Kuwa t. wait, massing troops on its border with Saudi Arabia, and sending more than 200,000 soldiers to the border between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Saddam surprised the world and legitimized his invasion by declaring on August 29 that Kuwait was the 1 9th province of Iraq, reunited after the " infidel " Western- ers had created borders for their own na- tional interests. The Iraqis replaced the legitimate Kuwaiti government with a brief puppet government, empowered long enough to rejoin Kuwait with Iraq. Within 72 hours of the invasion. Bush had undertaken secret discussions with King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt to gain support for an Allied armed deployment of troops to pro- tect Saudi Arabian oil fields. And, as the United States hurried to put together a de- fensive strategy against Saddam Hussein, the U.S. also moved diplomatically among its allies to enforce the air, land, and sea em- bargo of Iraq. By August 25, the Security Council authorized military action to enforce the economic isolation of Iraq. On August 9, Iraq closed its borders and would not allow foreigners and Western- ers to leave. By the 13th, Westerners were corralled and shuttled from Kuwait to hotels ing the use-of-force resolution against Iraq. The Soviets were ready to agree, except they wanted a deadline: January 15. They figured it would help Saddam to know that a war could be right around the corner if he did not pull out of Kuwait. On November 29, the U.N. voted to give Iraq until January 1 5 to pull out of Kuwait. Only Cuba and Yemen vote against the resolu- tion, but their votes are only symbolic. The road to war began its final count- down. President Bush and Saddam Hussein agreed to send representatives to Geneva, Switzerland to try one last time to formu- late the beginnings of a peace plan on January 9. United States Secretary of State James Baker and Iraqi Foreign Min- ister Tariq Aziz met for six hours, behind closed doors, and the world waited anx- iously for news of a settlement. On the day of the meeting, most people wrongly assumed that Hussein knew he was beaten and had just waited until the 1 1th hour to shake up the world and make himself look more th reatening before deciding to settle with the Allies. The world was sadly mistaken. Both men walked away empty-handed. Aziz had even refused to accept a letter by Baker to make sure there were no mis- takes in the truth when Aziz returned to Baghdad. This insult became a political gift; it took the blame for starting a war. Three days later, on January 12, the Congress of the United States of America did something it had not done since World War II: it gave President Bush the power to wage war. The January 15 deadline ap- proached with an ominous silence and an angry scream. Two sides of a border 142 Main Issues geared up with over one million men and women ready to fightfor political idealism, to maintain our credibility in the eyes of other nations, to combat aggression, to eliminate a dangerous threat to world stability, and finally, to preserve the West ' s access to an energy resource. So many questions go unanswered: is oil a reason to go to war? Is Saddam Hussein the next Hitler? Should America really have to be the world ' s police- man? How will this war affect our economy? Protestors on both sides of the issue came out with their answers. Many students wore yellow ribbons on their backpacks and donned Old Glory aboutcampus. Thousands of letters went out to servicemen from con- cerned students. The Westside Federal Building saw its share of both pro-war and anti-war protestors. Many teach-ins took place on campus in order to educated the students and faculty on what was taking place in this often-times confusing part of the world. Pro-war protesters claimed that the U.S. was needed in Saudi Arabia in order to liberate the Kuwaiti people who were being tortured by the Iraqi occupying military. Many viewed Hussein as the modern day equivalent to Hitler. Others saw the war as necessary to secure U.S. Oil interests in the Middle East. Anti-war protestors chanted " No Blood for Oil. " They believed that the nation was in Saudi Arabia not for the liberation of Kuwait or to rid the world of the terrors of Saddam Hussein but for political, imperialistic, and economic rea- sons. Protestors did not believe human life was worth more than the money or oil to be saved. Rallies, teach-ins and marches took place across the campus. After the war started, students packed into Murphy Hall in an attempt to close down the university in protest of the war. Classes went according to schedule, and many of the students were arrested, but the student activ- ists did make an impact. One of their demands was for a moratorium on the war. Chancellor ■ ON THE HOMEFRONT Pro- testers gather at the West Los Angeles Federal Building, counting down the minutes to the Bush ' s midnight standard eastern time deadline for Iraq to pull out of Kuwait. Protesters blocked traffic to and from the San Diego 405 Freeway. The protesters were inter- mingled by war supporters, but no violence took place. Young agreed with the proposal and the following week the campus be- came a classroom educating students on the war. Dubbed War 101 students were free to miss regularly scheduled classes in order to attend lectures or panel discussions, listen to entertain- ers or donate blood for the service- men. However students felt about U.S. involvment in the Gulf, all were silent as they watched the images of war on CNN in our homes, Ackerman, in the lobby of the dorms or even on Bruin Walk. We sat paralyzed with our eyes on the T.V. and our ears to the clock waiting for the clock to strike twelve. Slowly, the last minutes of world peace expired. January 15, 1991 was upon us. -Richard Laurence We sat there, you and I, taking notes in History has taken a course all its own, our class, wishing for it to be over, hoping and it is filled with the ironies of the Reagan you could make it home in time to get ready Era. The arms buildup of the 1980s, ridi- for a date, or just to watch " Jeopardy. " culed as wasteful spending by an uncarin Suddenly, someone came into your lecture president, is now being applauded as the hall with a stunned expression of horror and best investment our country ever made, dread. They whispered aloud, to no one in Despite this, there are many in the nation that particular, " The U.S. just bombed Iraq. The have no appetite for war, and want all of the war has started. " You know, you can remem- American soldiers to return home without ber exactly where you were when you first delay. The protests and marches that began found out. Where did you go to hear the as the U.N. deadline drew near rose to new reports of the first Allied bombardments? crescendos. Every weekend, the Federal Did you run back to your dorm room, or Buildings, both in downtown Los Angeles apartment, or the closest radio? Wherever and here in Westwood have been besieged you were, all of your blood rushed to your by hundreds of yelling students, adults, and feet, and you couldn ' t move. others who both opposed and supported our At that moment, actions in the Persian Gulf. On any Saturday, there were no small you could hear the cars groups of friends, or JdHUdfy 16, 1991. The honking their agreement couples privately talking, day mv seneration sot its ' ' y " ' ' or busy workers hustling udy ; y ge zefcJi u igui ii chanting people. to make it out by five. We first tdSte Of war. The high-priced, were all suddenly one multi-billion dollar weapon group of very scared people, all of us dumb- systems are made this war victorious for the founded by what we heard, what we saw. Allies. Unused and untried Patriot missiles Instantly, we were all Americans at war. became the heroes of the battle, saving both January 16, 1991. The day my gen- Tel Aviv and Riyadh from the destructive eration got its first taste of war. Our first Scud missiles, fired in desperation so that time, as adults who could understand the Saddam Hussein could have a small victory world around us, in a world at war. Allied to report to his people. forces flew more than 1,000 sorties in the On February 19, Soviet President first 24 hours of combat, compared to the Mikhail Gorbachev putforward a peace initia- 435 sorties flown by U.S. pilots in Vietnam in five, and by the 21st had met with envoys of 1965. More than 2,230 tons of high expio- Iraq and formulated a peace plan to end the sives were dropped over Iraqi lines on Day fighting. However, there were some condi- One, more than the daily tonnage dropped tions of the proposal that George Bush was on Vietnam in 1 972. And only eight planes seriously concerned about, especially condi- were lost after more than 2,000 sorties - in tions that linked the withdrawal from Kuwait the 1973 war, Israel lost 3-4 craft per 100 with Israel ' s pullout from the West Bank, sorties. We had been in diapers during President Bush stated earlier that he would Vietnam, but we didn ' t understand. We didn ' t never allow linkage of any kind, and that a feel anything. Now we were asked to make cease fire, another part of the proposal, adult choices, and pick sides on an issue that would not occur until an Iraqi pullout was was not black and white, but many shades of underway. Bush also realized the implica- red. Do you want peace or war? Do you tions behind the U.S. accepting a peace support our men and women overseas? Are proposal from the Soviets. The U.S. could you an American? DECIDE! Since the war began, the Allies dropped the Soviets. not look as if they were being manipulated by over 1 00,000 ton s of explosives on Iraq . We Bush acted as a keen politician. He and our allies have shot down over 50 Iraqi understood that the American people would planes both in dramatic dogfights and while not settle for a partial victory. After living in escaping to Iran. " This will not be another the dark shadow of the Vietnam War the Vietnam! " promised George Bush. Turn country needed a decisive and total victory, around, George, so we can see you crossing America had lived with the unsure view of your fingers! what happened in Vietnam and why we were 144 Main Issues there. Bush learned from past political mistakes and striked quickly and with force. He did not allow for a slow escalation of troops. He also identified the enemy, the modern day Hitler, in Hussein. As UCLA history Professor Robert Daliek reiterated, " America has a need, like no other country, to moralize their foreign policy. " Eventually, the U.S. public got what they wanted. On February 25th, 1991 a cease fire was announced after a highly suc- cessful U.S. ground attack in which over 25,000 Iraqis surrendered to the coalition. The conflict is far from over, as Hussein remains in power, and U.S. troops will probably occupy the region for years to come. When we look back on this, what will we think about? Opening this book, in 1 year, in 5 or 1 years, what will we say about ourselves in 1991? Did we face the challenge and win, or did we just throw away the future of America? If you could reach back into time, would you tell yourself, don ' t worry, the good guys win in the end? History will decide. -Richard Laurence I W w. % - k -ysr . ON THE FRONT LINE Troops from the 82nd Airborne position themselves in the Saudi desert during maneuvers. The 82nd maintains front line positions in Saudi Arabia facing the Iraqi army in Kuwait. AP World Wide Photos Main Issues 145 UCLA ' s " Committment TO Diversity? " C ' mon... RACISM. It ' s a subjectthat most people don ' t like to think about. Moreover, most people wouldn ' t stop to ask themselves, " Am I racist? " But the truth is that almost all of us, to some degree, are racist. And despite the great diversity at UCLA of which the Chancel- lor continually boasts, our campus was not immune to racism. Several jolting events made students and the general population stand up and take notice of how much racism exists within our society today. From the problems stemming from the Persian Gulf War, to the beating of Rodney King, to the controversy between Afro-American newsmagazine NOMMO and the Jewish Student Union, UCLA was forced to take a closer look at how " diverse " this campus and this city really were. I arrived at UCLA as the personification of white bred Midwestern America. I never for a moment considered myself racist, and I thought those who felt discriminated against were paranoid or living in the past. After hearing the typical speeches on diversity at Orientation I was under the impression that UCLA was a microcosm of the successful " melting pot " theory of America. I quickly found out that I was wrong. UCLA, for all it ' s diversity in numbers, boasting a non-existent majority ethniticity on campus, has a long way to go before this " commitment to diver- sity " is a positive force rather than a negative one. When the Persian Gulf War broke out, some viewed the war effort supported mainly by persons from the upper and middle class. Yetthemilitarywas disproportionately made up of those from lower socio-economic com- munities which tended to include people of under-represented ethnic backgrounds. Another issue that made people stand up and listen was the dispute that arose between the African American newsmagazine NOMMO and the Jewish Student Union (JSU). NOMMO ' s Monique Mathews ' article, " Anti- Semitic? Ridiculous- Chill " sparked an uproar in the Jewish community. JSU claimed that Mathews ' article was anti-Semitic because she defended an African American book- store owner ' s right to carry anti-semitic books. NOMMO, in its defense, upheld the ideal of freedom of speech in its support of the bookstore. This dispute serves as a microcosm of the tension between many in the African American community and the Jewish community. The Jewish Defense League (JDL) was outraged by the incident. JDL representative Irv Rubin came to UCLA to protest the incident and had to be es- ALTALIB La Gente Ha Am ISG National Pan-hellenic Council Together GALA Aeian Greak Counoll NOMMO ) s u ' i IFC-Panhel lenic Council Student with Disabilities Union NOW corted off campus by police as an argu- ment ensued between Rubin and a mem- ber of NOMMO. The situation seemed out of control when Mathews received a death threat and Eric Rubenfeld, editor-in-chief of Ha ' am, the Jewish student magazine, received threatening calls. I am not innocent of any prejudice as most of us aren ' t: I have always been fearful of NOMMO when I had to interview them for an article in Bruin Life . I was especially intimidated by the men on the staff. In retrospect I understand why I had these problems. All of my life I have been force fed the conception of black men associated with violence. This message did not come form my parents but from a more frightening, far-reaching source. Throughout U.S. history African men have been the subject of fear and igno- rance of others. They have historically been associated with violence. Even in a progressive movie such as The Color Purple the husband is portrayed as vio- lent. Whether or not this movie was simply a true account their lives, the fact remains that the audience is left with a negative feeling towards black men. I have ignorantly been fearful of African men as a result of these associations with violence and stereotypes. I now see why past wrongs are not easily forgotten; the subconscious cannot be left behind. When an amateur cameraman caught 15 Los Angeles police officers beating black motorist Rodney King on videotape, white L.A. was awaken to the problem of racism within the LAPD. Al- though Afro-Americans knew of this dis- crimination by police officers all too well, the issue became forefront as the dis- turbing videotape of the March 3 beating was broadcast repeatedly by stations throughout the nation. Was this a racist incident? Some people argued no, that this was just an example of barbarism in the L.A. police force. After the police car log was re- leased the beating did seem racial. The police car log clearly showed derogatory remarks towards Afro-Americans. A few weeks after the beating the premier of New Jack City came to Westwood. The Mann Theaters oversold the show and a marked increase in police presence patrolling Westwood aggravated the already volatile relations between the police and the Afro-American comunity. 146 Main Issues Angry youths began to vandalize and loot the stores of Westwood. Most declared this incident a response to the Rodney King beating. Similar incidents occurred at the openings of Mo ' Better Blues and House Party . As we experience all of these events we are forced to look at ourselves to try and understand and make things better. When I first began at UCLA I resented this campus because of its " segregated " nature. Look around the campus anytime. How many times are there heterogeneous groups? The general stereotypes are that the white (read: all Anglo Americans on campus) eat at North Cam- pus, the Greek Asians (read: all Asian Americans on campus) eat at the Treehouse while the Black Greeks (read: all African Americans on campus) eat by the Bear in Westwood Plaza and all the weirdos eat at LuValle along with the graduate stu- dents. Some at- tack students who are involved in groups that pro- mote their own in- terest. Others ar- gue that these groups are vital to recruiting, retain- ing, and cultivat- ing their peoples and cultures. One such group. Project Moti- « vation, recruits Latino students, primarily non- college bound students from L.A. school districts. Andres Acosta, a represen- tative, accounts for the low Latino retention rate to difficulty in adapting, financial problems, family prob- lems, and lack of support organizations. However, he has noted that MEChA and the Academic Advancement Tutorial Program have improved the situation. He admits that prejudice exists on campus. Personally he has encountered lecturers within his eco- nomics classes who are of mainly capitalis- tic, Anglo-Saxon descent. Javier Cruz, of the Union of Students with Disabilities affirms that the mam pur- pose of the union is to provide ramps, ac- cess to books in the library, and aid in memory loss. He stated that a major prob- lem remains in the fact the professors simply do not think the students are believable. A great many pre-conceived ideas are floating around campus which has many times hin- dered the disabled community. GALA, the Gay And Lesbian Associa- tion, affirms that discrimina- tion and preju- S dice exists. They assert I %H | that is more campus homophobia. They strive to provide a safe space for gay, lesbian, and bisexual stu- dents promoting the motto, " We ' re here because you are. " A member of the American Indian Students Union (AISA) defines diversity as races gathering together. The mam purpose of AISA is to spread Indian culture and Indian cultural awareness. AISA feels that in today ' s society, in which the majority of people have become " westernized, " it is important re- member one ' s culture. Some members of the group have run into racial tension and hostility. One member recollects snide comments while playing a cricket match. Many members of AISA feel that it is easier to stick together. " It is an involun- tary reaction. You meet with them and you stay with them. " Jo Yang, editor of Pacific Ties, the Asian Pacific newsmagazine at UCLA, defines diversity as people with a variety of backgrounds. She, along with others, does notjust wantto blend in. She and the Pacific Ties staff strive to be distinct by putting out agendas not just to UCLA but to Irvine, Little Tokyo, and USC. She feels that it is absolutely necessary for Asians to have fair repre- sentation and coverage- " to provide a voice for the tradi- tionally voiceless. " Accord- ing to some members of the staff, UCLA seems ethnically, racially, and economically di- verse, but she feels that the government and the adminis- tration are simply not providing any money or support for the continuation of these groups. She asserts that " the classes are mainly euro- centric and when cuts come about, the ethnic and gender studies are the first to go. " Pacific Ties, in the past, has re- ceived hate mail and the Asian American community has run into conflicts with the adminis- tration, such as the Graduate School of Math at UCLA. The graduate school was the only school not acquitted in charges of Asian admissions dis- crimination. Yang feels that whites are uncomfortable with minorities joining together. " Asians should educate one another, cultivate their culture, and learn about how they were treated and how to change the oppression of the people, " says Yang. Yang is right. We all need to learn how to change the oppression of people. I came to UCLA ignorant, but now I feel as if the blinders have been removed. I ' m not perfect, but at least now I have a place to start when it comes to battling racism. In the end, we can fight racism anyway we see fit. But sometimes the real challenge lies in fighting the racism that exists within ourselves. artwork courtesy of La Gente Main Issues 147 Tampering with the Bill of Rights is a big no-no for many Americans, especially when it comes to the First Amendment, which grants the right to freedom of speech. But the explicit Mapplethorpe photographs and the vulgar lyrics of music group 2 Live Crew ' s album sent some reeling. Freedom of expression seemed like a good idea, but some people thought it was finally time to draw the line. " Anti-obscentity " became the new catch-phrase that challenged the art world and our latitude of expression. To others, the message wa s clear: Censorship was alive and well and living in the U.S. Cincinnati ' s Contemporary Arts Center and it ' s director were prosecuted late last year for displaying seven sexually explicit photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe. This was believed to be the first criminal trial of an art museum arising from the contents of an exhibition. The jury acquitted the CAC and the director, and many hailed the decision as a victory for the Bill of Rights and for an art world under siege. " This is a signal to everybody that before they start shutting down museums and telling people what they can say and what they can see, they better realize there IS a protection out there, and it is the great- est document ever written, " said UCLA senior Kelley Sheppard. Artists won another battle against cen- sorship when an anti-obscenity clause that had been imposed on artists receiving grants from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) was declared unconstitutional. The decision came in a lawsuit brought against the NEA by the Bella Lewitzky Dance Founda- tion of Los Angeles and the Newport Harbor Art Museum in Orange County. Both the dance company and the museum had been deemed eligible for NEA grants last year, but their funding was jeopardized when they refused to sign forms promising to comply with the NEA ' s anti-obscenity clause. In the judge ' s ruling he called the obscenity restric- tion an " obstacle in the path of the exercise of fundamental speech rights that the Consti- tution will not tolerate. " Not only has the art world been touched by the censorship controversy, but also in the spotlight this past year was the music industry. The rap group 2 Live Crew was charged with giving an obscene performance two days after a federal judge declared the group ' s album, " As Nasty As They Wanna Be, " obscene and obscenity related arrests of record retailers took place. The group was eventually acquitted of the charges regarding their performance, and record sales soared, as their controversy brought the group into the national spotlight. Spurred to action by the recent court ruling that 2 Live Crew ' s rap music is ob- scene, and the obscenity related arrests of record retailers throughout the country, en- tertainers and leaders of the music industry have retaliated with " Rock the Vote " , a non- profit, nonpartisan recording industry coali- tion formed to encourage rock fans to let their voice be heard at the ballot box. This voter registration campaign was the most ambitious step to date on the part of the record industry in response to the widening debate over explicit lyrics in pop music and entailed videotaped public service television spots from Madonna, Iggy Pop, Mellow Man Ace, and Megadeth, among others. In October " Rock the Vote " performed in Ackerman Grand Ballroom, featuring musi- cal performers and celebrity speakers. The concert registered 300 voters. Ironically, entertainers who advocated Proposition 1 28, more popularly known as the Big Green initiative, were censored from speaking or passing out literature due to the fact that politically-biased platforms are prohibited at student activities. Pop singer Madonna also made head- lines in the music industry ' s fight against censorship with her erotically suggestive music-video for the single, " Justify My Love. " One of the two new selections on her greatest- hits album, " The Immaculate Collection, " the video achieved instant notoriety after it was banned by Music Television (MTV). " Justify My Love " depicts the star ' s kinky sexual fantasies while making love with her real-life lover, Tony Ward, in a Pans hotel room. In a series of jump-cuts, the video moves back and forth between shots of the partly un- dressed couple caressing and the woman ' s ...the message was clear: Censorship was alive and well and living in the U.S. fantasies, which range from thoughts of being observed to images suggesting domi- nance and submission, leather fetishism and bisexuality. The video included nothing that comes close to hard-core pornography, but instead expertly expresses the challenge that Madonna offered in a statement about the video and its message: " People would rather deal with death than their own sexual- ity. " In an interview with Tom Brokaw of the television newsmagazine " Nightline, " Ma- donna scorned the United States ' uncanny acceptance of violence in contrast to the tender treatment of sexuality. The film industry also saw changes. The Motion Picture Association of America said good-bye to the letter " X " this past year, and replaced it with " NC-17 " mean- ing No Children Under 17 Admitted. The new label is meant to distinguish between eroticism and sexploitation. One reason this rating was created was to head off local censorship panels that might have tried to ban altogether some of Hollywood ' s more explicit offerings. The " X " finally died because of protests from filmmakers who argued that the label was a form of censorship, cost them bookings and money and made it more difficult to buy ad space in many papers. Some government officials in Wash- ington were also attempting to limit our fre edom of expression last summer by pushing a constitutional amendment to prohibit flag desecration. This proposal, which didn ' t pass, was made shortly after the Supreme Court decision overturning a law that outlawed flag desecration. The Court declared that flag burning was pro- tected speech under the constitution. The events of the past year that have threatened to limit our freedom of expression and our right to voice opinions have prompted some students to action. In the spirit of Berkeley in the Sixties, Craig Ruben, senior, has organized the " You See Freedom of Speech Movement " . The organization held open forums in Meyerhoff Park every Friday at noon. These weekly forums for open dialogue have covered a wide variety of political, cultural and educational issues - discuss- ing topics ranging from violence against women and police brutality to the United States ' role in the Gulf War. UCLA ' s activity guidelines only per- mit the use of amplified sound on campus daily from 11:50 a.m. until 1 p.m. Ac- cording to student programming the UCLA policy regarding amplified sound has ex- isted for years and applies to everyone. However, students involved in the move- ment petitioned to have the policy changed because they felt in order to truly have the freedom to speak you should have the freedom to speak whenever and however long you like. To organizers, restricting freedom of speech was as great an atroc- ity as banning that freedom. " If we don ' t exercise our own rights, they become weak, " Ruben said. Ironically, as we approached war freedom of speech became monumental, but after the war the Friday gatherings at Meyerhoff began to dwindle in numbers. Is IT Obscene or is it Art? 148 Main Issues 1 bruce Weimer ■ A MONSTER CAUSE The lead singer of Thelonius Monster performs in Ackerman Grand Ballroom as a part of Rock the Vote. Rock singers pushed for voter registration in light of an increase in cesnsorship of the music industry. Although the performers worked out of their own self preservation, they were able to scare the political apathy I 2 NASTY 2 Live Crew ' s Album, " As Nasty As They Wanna Be " , caused a scare in Florida, as the lyrics were suggestive and at times plainly obscene. Parents saw bands such as these a threat to children and their values. Does this remind anyone of the Ed Sullivan Show and Elvis? Stars such as Richard Grieco of " 21 Jump Street " and " Booker " fame spoke out against such infrigments on free speech and artistic freedom. Main Issues 149 ■ THE POWER OF PROTEST On January 9th Lithuanians staged a demon- stration outside the parliament building in Vilnius as the government of the seces- sionist Baltic republic called for the sup- port of citizens against the presence of Soviet troops. Witnesses said that sol- diers had surrounded the legislature, television tower and main printing plant. 150 Main Issues ii Lithuania Struggles for Freedom The thawing of the Cold War froze when the Soviets began a violent military crackdown in Lithuania. At least 14 people were killed when the Soviet troops took over the television tower in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, it seemed like a return to the old authoritarian tactics of Stalin when the Soviet military brutally attacked the Lithuanians. The atrocities were horrifying. Ironically, the crackdown occured when the world ' s attention was focused on the eminent war in the Persian Gulf. Unarmed civilians encircled the buildings of their democratically elected government, waved the yellow, green and red flag of independent Lithuania, and sang patriotic songs of hope and inspiration. By the thousands they gathered to defend their cliosen leaders and reappearing na- tion. They stood to defend their independence which they re-declared on March 11,1990. This came 45 years after it was taken away when Soviet troops annexed the independent Baltic Nations at the end of World War II. Soviet troops, unwilling to give up Lithuania, rolled in with tanks and weapons. They waved guns and swung axes. Suddenly, without warning, they opened fire on the peaceful and unarmed crowd. They plowed on with their tanks, crushing at least one person who was too slow to move from the path. Officially, at least 14 were killed and over 160 were injured, many seriously. Loreta Anaseviciute was among the casual- ties. Her legs and the lower half of her torso were run over by a tank. As she was being lifted into the ambulance she asked the attendant, " Will I be able to have children? Will I ever walk again? " Five hours later she died. Video footage from the scene resembled some violent movie, but for the Lithuanians it was all too real. Soldiers were seen pounding the unarmed civilians with the butts of their rifles while the rat-tat-tat of gunfire was heard in the back- ground. Hours before the violence, Gorbachev had promised that there would be no use of military force. When Lithuania ' s President Vytautas Landsbergis called Soviet President Gorbachev to plead for an end to the massacre he was curtly told that Gorbachev was out to lunch. When Gorbachev was reached for comment, he said the Lithuanians had brought the massacre upon themselves. As world outrage grew, Gorbachev increased the degree of his own " condemnation " . He even claimed that he knew nothing of such orders for a crackdown. But, nevertheless he refrained from ordering the soldiers out of the captured buildings or punishing any accountable parties. After the war in the Persian Gulf had begun the Soviets believed that the world ' s attention was inexorably fixed on the war, and thus continued their crackdown in the Baltic States. In Riga, Latvia elite Soviet soldiers known as the " Black Berets " stormed the Interior Ministry building killing at least four Lithuanian citizens in the process. Interestingly, the soldiers received or- ders soon after to retreat from the building they had commandeered. Apparently, someone in Moscow realized that other na- tions were paying attention to the events in the Baltics, and feared these nations might cut off vital economic aid to the Soviets. Ironically, the crackdown occured when the world ' s attention was focused on the enninent war in the Per- sian Gulf. Foreign pressure on the Soviet Union thwarted Soviet attempts at authoritarian repression. The United States House of Represen- tatives unanimously passed a resolution con- demning the use of force against the peace- ful and democratically elected governments in Lithuania and Latvia. The US-Soviet sum- mit which had been scheduled for February was delayed, due not only to the war in the Persian Gulf, but also to the situation in the Baltics. Other countries took steps in sup- port of the Baltic states as Iceland recog- nized the dually elected Lithuanian govern- ment, and Czechoslovakia officially estab- lished diplomatic ties in Vilnius. Lithuania started on the road to free- dom in 1918, when the country declared their independence from Czarist Russia, in 1940 Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia were forcibly annexed by the Soviet Union, through a post-war negotiation between Hitler and Stalin. The United States has never recog- nized this annexation. For more than 10 years the Lithuanian partisans continued to fight the Soviets and the Lithuanians have never given up their struggle to maintain their language and their desire to once again be independent. On February 9, 1991 a plebiscite vote once again proved this desire for indepen- dence. Over 90% of the 2.65 million voters cast their ballot for a Soviet-independent Lithuania. The message to the world was clear: the Lithuanian people did not and do not want to be part of the crumbling empire. The Soviet use of violence in the Baltics has caused the world to see Gorbachev in a more accurate way and has caused nations to re-examine how far the Soviets have come in their reforms and how committed Gorbachev is com- mitted to his own reforms. If the countries act too hashly, they may find themselves as embarrassed as the Nobel Prize Com- mittee which, to the regret of the Lithuanians and peace loving people throughout the world, recently honored Mikhail Gorbachev for his contributions to peace. Stasys Kasauskas, a member of Lithuania ' s parliament, who was in the US during the crackdown stated, " I believe firmly that Gorbachev waited until this time to act in Lithuania when the world ' s focus was in another arena " As the Soviets took over the media, it became apparent that Glasnost was being killed. This occured not only in the Baltics but throughout the Soviet Union. Gorbachev began to ban the liberal press. When a popular talkshow spoke critically of Gorbachev for the crackdown in the Baltics, they were taken off the air. Cen- sorship began making a comeback, no longer leaving room for Glasnost, and the rest of the world was left to wonder about the intentions of this new Soviet Union. -story by Tina Petrusis, member of the UCLA Lithuanian Club Main Issues 151 Recession Woes Hit Home UCLA, land of sun, surf and fun, nestled in the hills of Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Hollywood: in the heart of Never-Never Land. But reality hit Southern California and hit UCLA hard. We were awakened from our dream-world when the UC Regents waved the threat of a 60% student registration fee under our noses. We left the sun and the parties and the libraries: worried and angry. Worried that the increase might squeeze our friends out of the friendly opening gate that Chancellor Young would build from UC funds. Worried that we, ourselves, or our younger brothers and sisters, might not be able to pay the fees and therefore wouldn ' t have the same educa- tional opportunities that we had. With the declining United States economy, the recession affected everyone. For the past decade, both the Reagan and the Bush Administration submitted budgets that promised tax cuts, improved education, a war on drugs and a greater military, result- ing in a greater deficit. The recession hit UC students as Cali- fornia Governor Pete Wilson took office in 1991 and submitted a budget proposal calling for a huge increase in registration fees. In order to rid the state of a staggering deficit Wilson had to make cuts. To the dismay of many, Wilson chose to cut the budget for higher education. The budget proposed a reduction of $1 76 million for UC universities for the year of 1991-92. Fees for students could increase by 60% to bridge the gap between what Governor Wilson ' s budget al- lotted and what the university needed to function in the next year. Many students questioned what the university was doing with the state ' s and their money. Where were all these millions of dollars going as classes seemed to be get- ting smaller, professors scattered and stu- dent programs being cut? Many professors complained of a six-month salary raise sus- pension, while students expressed confu- sion and anger over the cutting of the UCLA Men ' s Varsity Water Polo, and the Debate Teams and many other activities in the 1 990- 1991 school year. It was hard to accept these cuts as students saw the UC Regents approve a $3.6 million seismic renovation of Chancel- lor Young ' s Bel-Air home and a proposed $3.76 million UCLA campus " Gateway " from Westwood leading into campus. Students understood that the funds allotted for con- struction could only be used for just that, but students were angered by the fact that so much money was going into the Chancellor ' s home and the Gateway when the Kerckhoff renovation was having trouble securing enough money. Eyebrows were raised over similar financial decisions last year as the Regents spent $40,000 on new grass for the Royce Hall and Powell Library Quad. We started wondering who was mak- ing these decisions, and did we agree with them? Most of the time the answer was NO. In an open forum with Chancellor Charles Young, students voiced their con- cerns and opinions, questioning the pro- We are in the midst of a financiai drouglit, so we must irrigate only our most precious crops: h g ier education. " -Bill Kysella Vice-President, UCSA posed hike in registration fees, financial aid and the quality of education. Students espe- cially debated on how much the hike should be, questioning whether a 60% increase was acceptable. In comparison to other public schools around the nation, the UC schools are still considered relatively cheap in registration and tuition although when compared with other public schools across the nation our total costs are among the highest due to the exorbitant cost of living. Many students were already having financial difficulty. " Two of my roommates are barely scraping by, " said sophomore math major Calvin Chen, " They ' re already cutting back on expenses and they ' re work- ing. " Students faced working longer hours at higher prices in order to pay for the increase or more tragically, leaving the UC system. Some accepted the increase as inevi- table, " If the state ' s not paying for it, it has to come out of our pockets. There ' s nothing you can do about it, " Erich Hsieh, mechanical engineering, pointed out. The Undergraduate Students Associa- tion Council (USAC) understood the threat posed by the increase on low-income and middle-income students and unanimously voted against the increase. Students gathered signatures for peti- tions on Brum Walk tables hoping to influence the UC Regents and the legislature. The University of California Student Association (UCSA), the governing body of all 9 UC campuses, lobbied the state legislature in hopes of persuading the legislature to raise the funds to fill the gap between the amount the university needed and the amount the state was willing to give the university. If the state legislators could bridge the gap, through cutting funds in other state programs and giving the scraps to higher education, taking the burden of the students. UCLA student and UCSA Vice-Presi- dent, Bill Kysella, spoke to state politi- cians on behalf of UC students asking the regents to examine the effects of their cutbacks. " When the state is in the midst of a drought, we irrigate only the most precious crops. We are in the midst of a financial drought, so we must irrigate only our most precious crops: higher educa- tion. " Kysella added, " The fee increase systematically pushes out lower- and middle-income families. " The entire U.S. was affected by this financial drought. Many major companies cut costs and laid off workers. McDonnell Douglas, the top defense contractor, laid off 17,000 workers. Decreasing sales forced General Electric to fire 10,800 of its workers. Not since the 1981-82 recession had employment risen for six months continuously, reaching 7%. Economists believed the recession began in 1989, even though White House Spokesman Marlin Fitzwater denied its existence. The Federal Government com- mitted to a Savings and Loan bailout that could cost up to $1 trillion for taxpayers. With a national debt of $3 trillion, the United States had to borrow from credit marketers causing a rise in interest rates. The size of the national debt meant higher taxes and reduced spending. Charles Keating played the lead role in the recession nightmare President Bush was having in 1991. The de-regulated Savings and Loan ' s industry proved untrustworthy when taken off the govern- mental leash they made loans on phony bills, billing the public $1 trillion. Experts didn ' t agree on the effect of the Persian Gulf War on the recession. Some claimed the war would bring us out of the recession, building confidence in loans and spending, while others believed the excessive spending on the war would make the recession turn into a depres- sion. 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Barnard Laurie Barnbaum BA Music Perfonn BA English BA Economics BS Economics Michelle Barnett BS Biology Deborah L. Barr BS Geology Seniors 159 Nancy A. Barragan BS Chemistry m Jennifer A. Barrick BA History Milton Bartlett BA Economics Senior Spotlight Eric Besner English UCLA has the best network of com- munity service organizations of any university... the Commission has done wonders with limited resources...! strongly encourage greater financial supportfor UCLA ' s community programs. My desire to make a difference in the community has led me to work for improvement outside campus walls while enriching the lives of those volunteering from within. My three years of involvement in the Exceptional Children ' s Tutorial Project (ECTP) led me straight to Best Buddies, my most personally rewarding experience at UCLA. My heart lies in Best Buddies because it is a program which provides college students a chance to work with persons with mental retardation. Students are matched one-on-one with young adults afflicted with mental and physical handicaps. At first, I merely agreed to help organize a chapter at UCLA based on my experience with the population from ECTP; however, after meeting Best Buddies ' national founder, Anthony Kennedy Shriver, while in Washington, D. C, doing an internship at the Superior Court, I was hooked on the program. Immediately upon returning from Washington, I started the wheels turning. Best Buddies is one of many programs which comprise the Community Service Commission , a 26-year-old coalition of diverse programs. UCLA has the best network of community service organizations of any university, and I feel lucky to have been a part of it. The Commission has done wonders with limited resources, but given such a lack of resources available to an ever- increasing number of groups, I strongly encourage greater financial support for UCLA ' s community programs. These groups should be focusing on their community aims, not worrying whether they have enough money to keep their services going. After graduation, I want to remain a board member for the Best Buddies Western Regional Board of Directors. I hope to eventually incorporate my community interests into a legal career focusing on the underserved. My four years at UCLA have taught me the value and splendor of service, and I will carry that lesson throughout my life. Carleen R. Basler James L. Bastian David L. Bates Paul S. Bates BA Psych Soc BA Political Science BA Economics BA Economics Jennifer A. Baum Hans A. Baumgartner BA History BS Physics 160 Seniors Henry C. Bausley, Jr BS Mechanical Eng Erika S. Bautista BA Soc Spanish Erwin A. Bautista Martha E. Bautista Cecily N. Bayless BS Biology BS Biology BA Sociology Psych Timothy M. Beard Tamara M. Beatty BA History BA Econ lntI Susan E. Becker BA Comm Stcis Cindi M. Beckman Nancy G. Beckman George D. Bedell BA Scand Lang BS Kinesiology BA Economics I ntl Jennifer Bedolla BA English Bus Haydeh Behbehani BA Political Science Patricia S. Bel BA Econ Bus Carissa Bellaflor Kenneth G. Bencomo Christopher Bender BA Comm Stds BA Art BA Econ Bus Marissa Bennett Nichole Bennett Petra Bensberg BS Political Science BA History BA (irrman Inette M. Berger Lisa M. Berliner Alan D. Berman BA Geography BA History Bus BS Chemical Eng S tM Rowell Bernardo BA Econ History Heather Berner BA Psychology Lisa R. Bernstein BA Comm Stds Eric Besner James M. Bethel III Nora K. Bezdikian BA English BA Sociology BA French SeniorslSl Shalini Bhatia Michele Bianco BS Math of Comp BA English Jamie M. Biliotte Lori B. Bimbaum Thomas Bishofberger Karen M. Blake BA Political Science BA Psychology BS BiologyiMCD BA Sociology Kristin E. Blanchard Aaron T. Bias Lome C. Bloch Holly Blodgett BA Anthropology BA English BA Econ Bus BA French Sarah R. Blom Gregory A. Bloom BS Kinesiology BA Econ Bus Samantha Blowitz Wendy Blumenthal Latasha D. Bobo David C. Bobrowsky Rebecca L. Bogy Deborah A. Bohn BA E Asian Stds Bus BA Psychology BS Sociology Bus BA Political Science BS Biochemistry BS Kinesiology Brian J. Boing Deniz M. Bolbol Randall Bone BS Kinesiology BA Poltical Science BA Econ Phil Robert Boostanfar Mark A. Boothe Lisa H. Borah BS Biology BS Atmo Sciences BA Psychology Vanessa T. Bordeaux Tracey Borke BA Economics BA History Lynn C. Bornstein Joseph L. Boswell Sheri L. Bouldin Sylvie E. Bouskila BA Comm Stds BA History BA Ling Psych BA English 162 Seniors Bob Bowne BA Poll Sci Hist Christina L. Boyd BA History Gina L. Bozajian BA Comm Stds Bus Kelly C. Brady BA Historv Bus Monica BS Psych L. Bragg obiology Advice to Freshpeople A traveller was stranded in a desert. As she walked through the desert she filled her pockets with sand. It became increasingly harder for her to walk as the weight of the sand in her pockets pulled her down, but she kept moving and putting sand in her pockets. Finally she reached the end of the desert. She placed her hands in her pocket and instead of pulling out the sand she had filled them with during her journey she pulled out diamonds. -Anita Sundari Akella Environmental Studies and International Economics These really are the best years of your life. Take advantage of anj hing and everji;hing at UCLA. As Robin Williams said in Dead Poets ' Society, " Carpe Diem! " Seize the day! Make every moment count. -Gina Bozajian Communication studies Think in terms of the long term benefits, experiences, and memories. Think critically. Ask questions if you do not understand. Go to football games, attend cultural events on campus, make lots of friends, and hang out at the Kerckhoff Coffee House and listen to jazz. -Danielle Adair Hanchett Psychology and Sociology : John M. Brandolino BA Political Science o en Michelle Marie Brands BA History Trovoyum S. Branson BA Psychology Erin Bray BS Psychology Bus Vasquez Victoria B. Alison R. Brenner BA Latin Am Stds BA Political Science Daniel J. Brent BS Electrical Eng Emily M. Brewer BA English Angelle Y. Brooks Adam B. Brotman BA Sociology BA Classical Civ Bus Seniorsl63 Behzad Broukhim Lisette Broussard Alexander A. Brown BA Sociolosv BA Political Science BA Sociolo Laura M. Brown Erica D. Brownfield Justin Brownstein BA History BS Biology BA Economics Kevin P.Bryant Christopher Buchholtz John S. Bucks BASocioloRy BA History BA Poll Sci Bus Juliann Budimir Victor A. Bullock KristI I. Buluran BA French Lit BA Political Science BA English Michelle A. Bundoc BA English Dorann Bunkin Gregory W. Burcham Andrea S. Burger BACommStds BS Psychobiology BA History Kristi L. Burgus BA English Deborah J. Burke BA History Art Hist Lisa M. Burke BA Poll Sci Hist David W. Burklund Mark Anthony Burlaza Peter J. Burrows BA Cognitive Sci BS Kinesiology BS Psychobiology Scott W. Burton BA Economics Eric K. Busch BS Bic Debbie L. Bush Donald C. Butler Norman A. Butler Butler Rona Byrd Celeste M. Howard P. Cabalfin BS Psychobiology BS Math Applied Sci BS Electrical Eng BA Political Science BA History Bus BA E Asian Studies 164 Seniors Corinne Cabaret BA Comm Studies Leticia Cabeza Francine M. Cadena Carmelo Caisip Federico B. Calara BA Political Science BA English BS Coinp Sci Eng BS Microbiology Jaime Calderon BA Public Admin :v; Senior Spotlight Christopher Bess History can ' t relay my fee lings as I walk by the Intramural Field in the days before Mardi Gras as I watch the slow transfor- mation of the field into a carnival of a thousand lights and a thousand people having fun all for the sake of UniCamp. I would like to best remember UCLA as a place where I discovered my true ambitions and talents. UCLA is the place where I found definition and direction towards my life. When I first came to school here, I was very science oriented, but then I got involved with Mardi Gras. As director of IVIardi Gras for the past three years, I have found my true talents and have taken a second look at my career goals. My first year as Mardi Gras Director was critical. The carnival was in jeopardy of being closed down. Mardi Gras had a black cloud over it because of the shooting in Westwood during the past year ' s activities which killed an innocent UCLA female student. Thus, I had a big challenge ahead of me. I faced the challenged and beat it. Mardi Gras went from a 13,000 loss to a net profit of more than $206,000 (the second highest in Mardi Gras history). As director I took a hard look at why Mardi Gras was failing and changed it. Publicity was the key. I switched radio station sponsorship from KEARTH to KIIS FM which helped boost the amount of young listeners. I am also responsible for the inclusion of UCLA Mardi Gras advertisements in McDonald ' s restaurant Happy Meals and trays. I love the week before Mardi Gras. I can ' t relay my feelings as I walk by the Intramural Field in the days before Mardi Gras, as I watch the slow transformation of the field into a carnival of a thousand lights and a thousand people having fun all for the sake of UniCamp. UniCamp is such an important project, and I feel I am helping to make a difference in the children ' s lives. Four years later I am no longer headed towards a career in science, but business. I am already employed in the motion pictures division at Warner Bros. Studios. UCLA has allowed me to find myself outside of the classroom. I learned pratical experience through my Mardi Gras activities which will carry me through my career and life. Raul A. Calderon BS Electrical Eng Nicholas Califato BA Political Science Jaime R. Calitto BS Electrical Eng Jorge A. Calitto BS Applied Math Seniors 165 Corinne Callaghan Steven Callaghan Gary M. Caloroso BA History BA Comm Stds BA Political Science Todd A. Calsyn BS Kinesiolo Jeanette E. Calvan Donald Campbel BS Psychobiology BA Economics Wanda L. Cane BA Anthro History Jacqueline Canedo Adam H. Cannon )ill S. Cannon Devon W. Carbado BA History BS Aerospace Eng BA Political Science BA HisIoia Emily V. Cariaga BA Economics Marica M. Caringal BA Sociology Dana M. Carlson Michael S. Carpenter Angelica Carranza Catherine Carrasco Corey Carrillo BA Comm Stds BA Sociology Bus BS Kinesiology BA English Bus BA History Christen R. Carter Graciela Casillas Michael D. Castanon BA Sociology BA Spjnish Lit BA Histor John R. Castle BA Sociology Ingrid A. Castro BA French Lit Donald Catanzaro BA Geograph Stacy igan Marivic A. Catipon Cynthia Catii Maria G. Catolico Grace E. Caulfield BA Psyciioiogy BA Psychology BS Math Econ BA History BA Sociology Michael A. Cerillo BS Kinesiology 166 Seniors Olga M. Ceron BS Bio Humberto Cerrillos Kathleen Cervantes Silvia Chacon Arpi Chalian BS Aerospace EiTg BA Psychology BA Political Science BS Psychobiolo; Stephanie Chambers BA Political Science Monique Chamlian BA Comm Stds Alice O. Chan BA Econ Bus Candice K. Chan Christina P. Chan Donald W. Chan BA Comm Stds Bus BS Electrical Eng BA Econ Bus Paula P. Chan BS Appid Math Perry P. Chan BS Electrical Eng Pik-Ki Chan BS Chemistry San San Chan BS AppId Math Celia S. Chang BS Biology Chia-Ling Chang BA Economics Jack T. Chang BS Civil Eng Jonathan C. Chang BS KinesioloE Juei Chang BS Comp Sci Er Kenneth Y. Chan BS Biochemistry Angela |. Chang Anita S. Chang BA Economics BS Biology Econ Jun Chang BA Economics Kirk Y. Chang Kristen H. Chang Mae M. Chao BS Biochemistry BA Psychology BS Math Psych Laura A. Chapel BA Psychology Sephia Chapman Jennifer M. Chavez BS Psychology BA Psych Bus Seniorsl67 Letty Chavez Miroslava Chavez BA Political Science BA Histo Hai-kit Cheah BS Biochemistry Gia N. Cheltenham BAE( Anna W. Chen BA Enylish David M. Chen BS Electrical Er Deanna Chen BS Mate Sci Ei Sandra H. Cheng BA English B Ron M. Chew BA Psvch )l(),t;y Pema T. Choden BS Biology Ida C. Chen BA Socio I Mark Z.K. Chen Sam A. Chen Shawn Chen Diana I. Cheng BS Biochemistry BSComp S. i Fm BS Maih Ai plcl Sci BS Electrical Eng Shelley Cheng Chen-San Sandra Cheung Janeen Cheung BS Physics BS KineMdlnox BA Psvch Bus Nelson L. Cheung Wilson W. Cheung BA Economics BA Econ Bus Rosalie K. Chin BS Electical Eng Andrew S. Cho BS Biochemistry Jae H. Cho BA Economics Robert Cho BA Econ Biology Lisa D.Chodak BS Cybernetics Barbara U. Choi BA Design John ). Choi BS Psychobiology Woo J. Choi BA Linguistics Catheline Chong Katie Chong BA English BS Comp Sci Eng 168 Seniors David Chou BS Ki[iesiol Choy-Yee Chow BS Applied Math Cathy J. Choy BA Hist Susan G. Choy Andrea Christerson Michael T. Christy BA Political Science BA English BA History Alain Chu Eric Y.L. Chu Ivan N. Chu BA Econ Bus BS Math Aplcl Sci Econ BS Mech Eng Katie W. Chu Yau Chu BS Psychobiology BA Psych Econ Yong T. Chun BS Electrical Eng Charles C. Chung Jay Y. Chung Michelle E. Cicone Christina C. Clark BS Chemistry BA Political Science BA Comm Stds BA Sociology Michelle R. Clark Lenette B. Coady BA History BA Political Science Pejman E. Cohan BS Biochemistry Alan Cohen BA History Amy Cohen BA Hist Poli Sci Justin D. Cohen BA Economics Sam Cohen BS Aerospace Eng Carlos Cojulun BA Economics Christine L. Cole BS Aerospace Eng Lisa Coleman Stephane Coleman Neal H. Collier BS Kinesiology BA English BA English Bus Kellie A. Collins Tamyra Y. Comeaux BA English BS Psychobio Atro-Am Stds Seniorsl69 Julie M. Condit BA Psyche Deborah Conn BA Political Science Colleen J. Conniff BA Political Science Eleny Constantinides BA Cognitive Sci :!i! ;iitll ' :X :• ' . ' ' :A• ' i ' • ' • ' . ' • ' .• ' •.• ' •Viiiii ' ' . ' »■ Senior Spotlight Sheri Bouldin Linguistics Psychology My experience academically and in athletics is one that I would never sacri- fice, because it gave me the knowledge, confidence, discipline, and self-respect that I will carry throughout whatever ca- reer I choose and every aspect of my life. Anything is possible at UCLA. I see the university as a land of opportunities, that are here for the taking. I ' ve taken advantage of the opportunities presented to me, and I have been successful in everything I ' ve done, because I was able to convince myself to work hard and set priorities. As a UCLA ' s women ' s basketball team member, I believe I ' ve set a good image of what a student-athlete should be. It was quite a challenge to balance sports and academics- reading on roadtrips and the lack of a social life can be tough, but you get used to it after a while, and the rewards are unbeatable. My experience academically and in athletics is one that I would never sacrifice, for it gave me the knowledge, confidence, discipline, and self- respect that I will carry throughout whatever career I choose and every aspect of my life. Many people thought I wouldn ' t make it here, coming from an adverse background, but I ' m almost out of her e, and I ' ve come out on top. I ' m a much better person as a senior than I when I was a freshperson. I ' ve faced obstacles and actually came asking for more. At first, I was afraid of taking English and foreign language classes because they were my worst subjects in high school. However, I ended up having a major that deals with these two subjects intensively; now I ' m a pro at both. By attending college, I ' ve not only encouraged athletes to attend college, but students who thought college was not for them. I ' m a role model in my hometown because of my success and accomplishments, which is an honor for me. After graduation I plan to go overseas to play women ' s pro ball for a couple of years. After being overseas, I would like to get into speech therapy within the medical field of the school system. I ' d like to return to the community the gifts which I have received from them. Craig). Conte BA English Patty C. Contreras BA Italian Jennifer R. Cooke BA Ling Span James A. Cooper BA English Jennifer M. Cooper BS Biochemistry Kevin W. Cope BA Political Science 170 Seniors Yvette A. Coppola Cecilia A. Cornejo Anthony L. Coronel Fabiloa Cortes Casey L. Cotton BA Psychology R Soriology BA Psychology BA Spanish BA Comm Stcis Hilary E. Coyne BA Econ lntI John T. Cragg Martha M. Craig William R. Crain Patrick C. Crane Rebecca C. Crane BS Psychobiology BA History BS Electrical Eng BS Electrical Eng BA Economics Scott G. Crawford BA Econ Bus James D. Crisera Samantha M. Crisp Paul J. Crispi BS Econ Bus BA Comm StcIs BS Civil Eng Shawn M. Cross Kathy R. Crowe Tim Cruikshank BS Kinesiology BA Sociology BA Political Science Godofredo M. Cruz John M. Csiszar Clarence S. Cu BA Psych Soc BA English BA Economics Alicia C. Curiel BA Ling Scand Janet M. Curtin Wendy J. D ' Allaird BA Psychology BA Political Science Irene Da Costa BA Psychology Daley Shannon E. BA Psychology Shawn L. Daley BS Biology Kippy L. Dalton BA Comm Stds Alison M. Daly BA Political Science Betsy O. Daly BA Economics Seniorsl71 Amitesh Damudar Kourosh Daneshgar Shahram Daneshmand Minh Dao BA Poll Sci Econ BS Biology BS Kinesiology BA E( on lnti Rose Dao Tanja L. Darrow BS Biochemistry BA Poli Sci lnll Rela Marita L. Daukas Tracey Dautenhahn Daniela Davidian Alexandra L. Davies Blaire N. Davies Bridget Davis BA Sociology BA Political S( icnce BA Comm Stds BA Psvcholo v BA Politi( il Science BA Afro-Am StcK Film Christine M. Davis Jeff A. Davis Jeffrey C. Davis Stephanie M. Day Stephen D. Day Rutherford De Armas BS Math Appid Sci BA East Asian Stds BA Economics BAJapanese Bus BA English BS Mathematics Rhodora De La Cruz Elizabeth De La Torre Christopher De Simone Barry E. De Walt Unjoo DeCourcey Valarie DeLaGarza BS Nursing BS Kinesiology BA German BA History BA East Asian Stds BA Sociology Eric DePrano La Crisha M. Dean BA Psychology BA Political Science Susan Deas Lynn K. Debay Jonathan Deeds Katherine Degenaro BA Econ Poli Sci BA Political Science BS Chemical Eng BA History 172 Seniors Jill D. Deinhard Lourdes del Junco Cynthia Del Rosario John J. Delgado BS Clu ' micdl Eni; BA Hist Ail Hist BA Sociolo ' m. BS Electrical Ent Marilu Delmendo BA Econ Bus Senior Statement ' had studied halt as much in high school as I have here at UCLA... I would have had a 5.0! -Helena O. Delu Psychology Fu nny how every moment in EEl 15c seemed like an eternity, and yet these 5 years here at UCLA sure have flown by. -Richard C. Lin Computer Science Engineer I ' ve learned at UCLA that if you don ' t stand for something- you ' ll fall for anything! -Mercedes Lee Political Science Being gay at UCLA wouldn ' t have been half the fun without all the great looking guys that walk this campus. -Eric W. Wilks Motion Picture Television Helena O. Delu BA l ' sv( holoE Jodie E. Deming BA Psy( h()l()t;y Charles M. Denq BS Civil Ens Stephen Denq BS dicniic ,il En ' « Elisabeth Derby BA Psych Bus Edna Dere BA Econ Bus Daniel P. Deuel BS Mechanical Eng Kindra Devaney BA English Bus Natalie Devis BA EH i story Donald Diaz BA Sociology Seniorsl73 Maria R. Diaz BS Psychol Stefanie Diaz Valerie Dickinson Caroline Dimapilis Tramanh Q. Doan Joni K. Doherty BA Political Science BA Political Science BA English BA Sociology BS Psychobiok Eleanor S. Dolgin BA Sociology Edward J. Dollard Debra M. Domingo BA Hist Poli Sci BS Kinesiolc Fe M. Domingo BA French Marcela Dominguez Lisa A. Donaldson BS Kinesiology BS Biology Erin M. Donnelly Paula E. Donnelly BA Soc Bus BS Chemical Er Kevin M. Donville BA East Asian Stds Lori J. Dorfman BA Histor Tracey L. Dorfman Michelle Z. Dosick BA Hist Art Hist BA Sociok Michael L. Douglis Robert S. Douglas Richard A. Downer Jennifer D. Doyle Mark T. Doyle Kathleen Dreifuss BA Hist Poli Sci BA Hist Bus BA Socio-Econ BA Psychology BA Political Science BA Econ Bus 1 K3S " ■ Heather Drew Kelly A. Drogin Hilary Du David G. Ducar Lauren M. Duda Elizabeth Dudley BA Comm Stds BA Psychology BS Applied Math BA Political Science BA Psychology BA Psychology 174 Seniors Tammy L. Duffey Keli T. Dugger BA Psychology BA English Erin A. Duncan BA Art History Jill K. Duncan Deborah Dunevant Channing N. Dungey BA Psychology BA French Ling BA Film T.V. Senior Spotlight Sam A. Chen Computer Science and Engineering will remember UCLA as the only school with a good balance of all the aspects of academia, including an excel- lent athletics program and a richly di- verse student body. If people take ad- vantage of these different worlds they will have a rewarding college career. All my life, I ' ve strived for a well-rounded lifestyle, a good balance of the technical with the creative, plus plenty of athletics to boot. I feel I have successfuly combined my computer science background with my artistic and musical passions. I have always been interested in design, photography and studio music production, and UCLA has allowed me to explore theseinterests. For example, I ' m very proud of my 5-minute laser animated cartoon that I contributed to the Laserama at the 1989 Mardi Gras carnival. Not only did I contribute the cartoon, but I also conceptualized and mastered the musical soundtrack for the show. These projects challenged my ability to fuse my interesr in creativity with my expertise in technology. I am also a photographer for the Daily Bruin and the Bruin Life Yearbook which has forced me I am involved on-campus in these activities, yet I continue the balancing act off-campus also. At home, I produce and perform studio songs on my mini-home-studio. I am able to apply much of my South Campus knowledge to my North Campus creations. People do not realize how much scientific technology is involved in the art industry today. Music, photography and film all rely heavily on equipment that takes advantage of scientific advancements, and people will need to have the ability to combine the two in the future if they are to have a cutting edge. I feel I have successfully faced the challenge of balancing South Campus with North Campus. My future plans are to discard most of my South Campus knowledge and find a common ground between the Arts and Sciences and maybe work for George Lucas or Steven Spielberg, taking special effects to a new level. I will remember UCLA as the only school with a good balance of all the aspects of academia, including an excellent athletics program and a richly diverse student body. If people take advantage of these different worlds they will have a rewarding college career. John G. Dunn BA Political Science Paul A. Duran HA [( (inmnic s IAS Gina M. Durham BA English Lit Katie E. Eacrett BA English Seniorsl75 Katharine C. Earhart Katherine A. Earl Tiffani A. Earnshaw Sharon B. Eastlick BA English BA English BA Eton Bus BA English Patricia A. Ebner Anie R. Echelmeier BS Applied Math BS Math Psych J. Dan Echols BS Biology William S. Edelman Karen A. Edwards Tracy L. Edwards Ira M. Ehrenpreis Arthur F. Ehuan BA History BS Kinesiology BA Political Science BA Political Science BA Political Science Elizabeth Eipe Robert Eisenhart, Jr Lisa E. Eisma Callisha Eldridge-Bell Sylvia T. Elias Laura K. Elizondo BA Econonnics BA Music BA Political Science BA Sociology BA Engl Bus BS kines Soc Patty Ellert BA Psycholop Christi D. Elliott Erin A.Ellis BS Econ lntI BA Political Science Matthew Elson BA English Lea N. Embree BAArt Coreen M. Endo BA Comm Stds Matthew J. Endo Stephanie Engelsen Hagit Erez BA Econ Asian Am Stcis BA World Arts Cult BA Psychology Dana D. Escobar Pooneh P. Esfahani Tina Eshaghpour BA Politcal Science BS Bio Iranian Stds BA Comm Stds Psych 176 Seniors Danielle L. Eubank Alan C. Ezeir Anne M. Fabregas Michael P. Fabregas Camilo R. Fabros BA Design BA Pol Sci lntl Bus BA Psychology BS Electrical Eng BA Economics Kevin M. Fairfax Cynthia B. Falge BA Economics BA Art Robert Fan BS Biology Jenny Y. Fang Forouzan Faridian Margaret R. Farmer BS Math Econ BS Physics BS Biology Maria C. Farmer Sherry L. Farrier Juli Farris Stacy L. Feinbloom Matt J. Feiner Kara E. Felber BA Political Science BA History BA Political Science BA Psychology BS Math Econ BA Soc Psvch Bus Dino Fenenoz Daphne W. Feng Dezireen Ferguson Kirk W. Ferguson Steven Ferguson Kristine A. Fernandes BA Spanish Lit BS Chemical Eng BA English BA History BA Political Science BA Sociology cli Andrea Fernandez Maria-Arlene Fernandez Ramiro Fernandez Jennifer M. Fernando Karen H. Fersht Karen E. Fertik BA Psychology BS Biology BA Psychology BS Kinesiology BS Psychobiology BA Econ Psych Seniors 177 Suzanne A. Fidler Ruslyn N. Fields BS Biology BA Psychology Alison Finnegan BA English Kathleen Finucan BS Kinesiology Lauren Fischbein Mathew Fischer BA Comnn Stds Bus BS Math Co mp Sci Cecile E. Fisher BA Comm Stds David C. Fisher BA fnuiish Leslie B. Fixler BA Art History Denise M. Fizzolio Joshua Fleischman Kimberly Fleming BA Poll Sci lntl. BS Biology BA English Mark D. Fletcher Carrie J. Flisher BAEc on Bus BA Econ Bus Michelle Flores Peter J. Flores Erik Fogelberg BA Spanish Lit BA Political Science BA Spanish Lit James D. Fondren BS Biochemistry Darin G. Fong BS Civil Eng Debra A. Fong BA Econ Bus Lyane Fong BA Economics Mitzi Fong BA Psvc H ' Bli ' Ryan Foon BS Aerospace Eng James O. Ford BA History Katherine C. Ford Susan L. Forsmo Shuvea Fountaine Kyle H. Fowler David S. Fox Jonathan Fragodt BA Psychology BA Sociology BA English Bus BS Chemical Eng BA Psychology BA Political Science 178 Seniors Deron E. Frank Kimberly Franklin Elizabeth Franzmann Monicke Freeman Rob Frey BA History BS BioloRV BS Biochemistry BA Psych Alro-Amer Stds BS Kinesiol Paul J. Friedman BA Philosophy Jess B. Frost BA History . i Jonathan Fukumoto John M. Funk BA Econ Bus BA History Scott Furuta BA Soc Econ ( Daniel H. Fried BA Psychology Jenny N. Fu Marie Lorelei L. Fuderanan Kurt B. Fuhrmann Ted Fukuhara BA Economics BS Nursing BA Economics BAEconiimics Roy T. Fushiki Michelle Futterman Eric S. Gadal BA Economics BASociolot y BA English Audrey A. Gaerlan Jeffrey T. Gaglione Darcy L. Galane Michael R. Galant Matthew Gallagher David P. Gamba BA History BS Math Econ BA Political Science BS Biochemistry B A Lnslish BS Electrical En? i. 1 Alvaro Gancman BA Econ lntI Julie A. Gant Liza Garabedian Christine Garcia Richard A. Garcia Scott W. Gardner BA Design BA Art BS Microbiology BA Political Science BA Political Science Seniorsl79 James A. Garrett BA Political Science Kathleen Gasuad BA Economics Richard M. Gauvin BA T ' oliticai Science Senior Spotlight Kathy Elizondo Psychobiology After a two year commitment to the Peace Corps I want to teach elementary school for a year and attend medical school soon after that. I plan to practice medicine in an unprivileged Latino com- munity. My aim in medicine is to help the poor who need physical healing the most. I find myself unique in how I have conducted my studies at UCLA. I am the first person in this university to major in both kinesiology and sociology. They are two different fields that involve the most interesting subject on the face of the earth: people. Kinesiology allowed me to focus on the human being in a physical sense. I learned a lot about how the human being moves and thinks, physiologically, in relation to the enviornment. Sociology, on the other hand, allowed me to focus on the human being in relationship to its society ' s values and beliefs. Thus, I was able to study the human physique and the human psyche. I was involved in many activities during my years here at UCLA, including Chicanos for Community Medicne, Latino Student Health Project, and the CPR First Aid Training Project. All of these activities allowed me to contribute to the Latino Community, which is exactly what I see myself doing after graduation. I am hoping that my majors will come together for me when I go to Latin America for the Peace Corps after graduation. I want to be able to use my kinesiology major, along with my pre-health clubs and projects in order to work on health problems that exist in Latin America. I want to use my sociology major and sociological research knowledge to try to understand the cultural phenomena of people ' s of South America. After a two year commitment to the Peace Corps I see myself teaching elementary school for a year and then attending medical school. I plan to practice medicine in an underprivileged Latino community. My aim in medicine is to help the poor because they need medicine care the most. I would like to best remember UCLA as being an enriching environment that taught me just as much outside the classroom as inside the classroom. Daniel E. Gavino BS Kinesiology Lisa M. Gayvert BA Sociology Tammy J. Gee Steven J. Ge iser David Gershwin Sepy Ghalili BA Ling Psych BS Electrical Eng BA Political Science BA Psychology 180 Seniors Donya Giannotta BA Enolish Lit Jennifer Gibbons BA Sociology Michael Gibrey BA History Jeffrey C. Giedt BA Soc Bus Julie F. Giers BS Kinesiology Andrea D. Gill BA Geology Mary Gill BA Anthropology Russell V. Gill BA Hist Econ Thomas Gillespie BS Psychobiology Danielle F. Gilyot Joy M. Gines Arthur Giraco BA History BA Span Latin Amer BA Psychology Lynne K. Glass Gwen Glassman Diane C. Gleeson Steve Glouberman James C. Godoy Jason Goehring BA Political Science BA Mass Comm Bus BA English Soc BA Economics BA Psychology BA Economics Katayoun Goharderakhshan Cori L. Goldberg BS Biology BA History Karen Goldberg BS Chemistry Gideon Goldman Michael Goldsmith Ari B. Goldstein BS Mechanical Eng BA Sociology BA Philosophy Jill B. Goldstein David Gomberg Cristina Gomez BS Psychology BS Appid Math Atmo BA English Lit Darin H. Gomez BA History Frank J. Gomez BA Sociology Genalyn Gonzales BS Kinesiology Seniors 181 Rhonda Gonzales Gabriela Gonzalez Janine Gonzalez BA Sociology BA Economics BSPsyt hohiol Jeff Gonzalez BA Economic ' Lourdes Gonzalez BS Psvchohiok Lucia Gonzalez BA Psyrhologv Susan Gonzalez BA Psychology Teresa Gonzalez BA Psyc hology Erin P. Good BA Economics Terry J. Goode BA Econ Bus Lee M. Gordon Mindi L. Gordon BA Philosophy BA Political Science Tiffany Gorman BS Kinesio James P. Gottlieb BA History Bus Geoffrey Graber BA East Asian Stck Dena R. Graff BA Comm Stcis . ■1 mm : A L H p - " -S 1 - 1 ! k i I w r Ik ti Daphne Grafton BA Economics Russell Granger BA Historv Christopher Grant BS Kines Bus Lisa A. Grant BA Geography Michael Grearey BA Poll Sci lntI Brian J. Green Leiand J. Green Richard Greenberg BS A|)|il(l Mjth _ BS Mechanical Eng BAiliMoiy Michelle Greene BA Sociology Alyce Greer BA Comm StcIs Christopher Gregson Donovan E. Grice BA Econ Bus BA Sociology Matthew Griffin BA Classical Civ Armen Grigorian BA Economics 182 Seniors . Christine Griswold Kristin Cronos Peggi Arlene Gross BA Political Science BA History BA Design Grove Brian A. Gruszynski Stephanie BA Sociology BA German Juan J. Guerra BS KinesioloE Senior Statement think all of us who deny reincarnation were probably E.Coli in our past lives. -Kristin Aamodt Nursing The employees at Murphy Halll have basically treated me like a baby treats a diaper. But I ' m sure that I ' m one of the most uncomfortable diapers they ' ve ever worn. Andrew L. Lin Economics Political Science I was anonymous when I got here, and I have to say I ' m still anonymous as I leave here. -Arthur Thomas Lechtman Communication Studies I ' d like to remember UCLA as the place that gave me something to be, not something to do. -Armando Enrique Castro Psychobiology Marcus V. Guerro BA Econ Bus Kathleen Gugler BA Econ Bus Amisha Gupta BS Biiilogv Greg C. Guss Carri Gustafsdri Alexander Gutenmakher Cristina Gutierrez BA English :B.A Latin Aiin fvStds BS Kinesiology BA Economics Debra Gutierrez BA Sociology William Gutierrez BA Psychology Seniors 183 Daniel J. Gutkind Jacqueline I. Guzman Jean F. Ha BA Psychology BA Poll Sri ' Ficnch I ' . f onomics Eric D. Hacopian Ongkowidjojo Hadirebowo Ani L. Hadjian BA Political Science BS Comp Sci Eng BA Poli SciAVmnsStds Frank W. Hafner IV Kerry A. Haidinger Missak Haigentz, Jr William D. Halfon BA Hist Bus BA Political Science BS Biology BA History Donyale T. Hall David A. Halperin BA Sociology BA History Bus lisa M. Halpern BA English Lisa Hamanaka BA Design Azhar M. Hamdi BA Economics Michael W. Han BS Civil Eng Philip S. Han Victoria E. Hanahan BA Econ Biis BA tHistory Danielle A. Hanchett Patricia A. Hanczuk Sheri Handel Lisa Handler BA P s ych Soc BA Psychology BA Political Science BA History Ivan Handojo Stuart I.R. Haniff BS Comp Sci Eng BA Political Science Julie A. Hannah BA Econ lntI Stacy A. Hansen BA Sociology Reina Haque BS Pscyhobiology Sumiko Harasawa Janettc I, Harbottle BS Appid Math BS Biology Robert T. Harder BA History 184 Seniors Michael W. Hardt BS Math Appld Sci Robbie Harm Clinton Harrington Kimberly Harrington BA Sociology BA Sociology BA Art Halona Harrison BA Hist Poli Sci Elizabeth C. Harry BA Sociolot Senior Spotlight Matthew J. Endo Economics Asian American Studies think that as Asian American fraternity members.. .we have a duty to learn about the issues concerni ng our community and our people. Everyone has to realize that there is only so much time that they can utilize. With that in mind, i have tried to use my energies to focus on the issues that are dear to me and to make a difference. Some of those issues that are dear to me are the problems that Asian Americans face today. I am a third generation (sansei) Japanese student whose parents were interned in relocation camps during World War II. Slowly, I have come to realize the struggles that Asian Americans face today. UCLA helped me to deal with these struggles as I have become very active in groups such as Nikkei Student Union, the Asian Pacific Alumni Association, and also Lambda Phi Epsilon, an Asian American fraternity. Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded in 1981 at UCLA, and was the first Asian American fraternity to join the National Interfraternity Council. As a national fraternity with chapters in other colleges we now have a substantial way to spread the values and ideals that guide our purpose. This past year I held the position of " pledge dad " where my duties included teaching new fraternity members about the goals of brotherhood, community service, and to increase Asian awareness. I think that as Asian Ameican fraternity members, it is very important that we remember where we have evolved from, as well as our history. We have a duty to learn about the issues concerning our community and our people. I also believe that we should support other people — of all colors — who have been victims of racism in all its hidden forms. After graduating, I plan to go to Japan to teach English and become fluent in Japanese. Returning to the U.S., I hope to find a job that requires my bilingual skills in the field of finance and investment. I would like to remember UCLA as a place where my eyes were opened to see the vision of the world, the good and evil. It was a st eppingstone to bigger and better things. Most of all, it was a place where friendships and knowledge flourished. Yasmin B. Harvey BA Japanese Lisa M. Hasegawa BA Psych East Asian Stds Angela H. Hastings BA English Julia F. Hastings BA Psych Bus Seniors 185 Sandra T. Hatanaka Candice Hataoka Kathrene M. Hatzke Jeffrey Hawkins BA Econ Bus BA History BA History BA Economics Robin ). Hayashi BA Political Science Aref A. Hayati BS Electrical Eng Keith Hayes BA Sociology Lisa Marie Haynie Taiese Heacock Stewart Heathcote Dirk Hebert BS Biology BA Hist Bus BA Soc Bus BA Economics Tara Heckard BA English Robert S. Hee Orly G. Heffernan Mark E. Hegarty Janet V. Heldman BS Econ Sys. Sci BA Soc Demo BA Political Science BA Psychology James K. Helmer BA Psychology John A. Helrzel B A Econ lntI Darren Hemmerling Audrey Henderson Keith Henderson David E. Henry Madjid Hermansyah Alfred jr. Hernandez BA Economics BA Political Science BA Economics BA History BA Econ Bus BA Hist Bus Edward M. Hernandez Eileen Hernandez Flavio Hernandez George Hernandez Gladys Hernandez Craig M. Herrick BA Econ Bus BA Psychology BA Spanish Lit BA Economics BA Political Science BA History 185 Seniors Ruth A. Herron BA Histor Bradley W. Hess BA Soc iolo ' Deana M. Might BA English Kelly J. Hikido BA Psych Bus Sabrina D. Hill BS Apple! Math Sidney D. Hillman BA Philosophy Karen L. Hindin Christine K. Hipp BA Political Science BS Hist Bus Alan M. Hirahara Joyce S. Hirohata BS KinesioloKV BA Design Jennifer L. Hirsch Ty E. Hix BA Econ Bus BA Political Science Brandon N. Ho Diemha T. Hoang Katharine A. Hobin Kirstin T. Hoefer Tamara L. Hoffman Kurt M. Hoffnan BS Kinesi ology BS Biology BA Comm Stds BA English BA Art History BA Economics Amy Hofstein Craig E. Holden Alexis J. Holland Angeiique S. Holley Karen E. Holliday Michaeia Hollingsworth BA Psychology BA Political Scien ce BA Design BA Hist EngI BA Psychology BA Sociology Gary Holmes BA Span Ling Jamie Holt BA Psychology Jeffrey Holt BA Econ Bus Denise L. Hom Ryan M. Horn Robert A. Homsy BS Biology BS Mechanical Eng BA Design Seniors 187 Steve J. Hong BSKii Liza Hoorfar BA Economics Shelby Hopkins BA Enelish Sean J.S. Horenstein Asikin Horio BA Psychology BS Mechanical Ens Steve E. Horkay BA Econonnics Nancy Horn BA Linguistics Cherie Hovelson BS Kinesioloqv Julia Hsu BS Kinesiol Tiffany H. Huang BS Aerospace Eng Misa B. Hosohama BS Bi()( hemistiy Helina W. Hou BA Comm Stds Tina Hou BS Apple! Math Michelle Houston Garo Hovannisian I5A HistoiA BA Comm Stds Patricia Hsi BA Econ Bus Ifang Hsieh BS Comp Sci E Jennifer Y. Hsieh Julie J. Hsieh BA Biology Paul T. Hsu BS Mech E Shih-Ying Hsu BS Psvchobiolc James Hu BS Microbio Econ Jane Huang BA So( ioloiiV ' David Hudson BS Astrophysics Kimberly E. Hughes BA Psychology Yong Sun Huh BA Span Ling Antonio Huidor BS Soc Bus Winson Hsieh BS Biochemistr Jerry C. Huang BS Biology Vicky W. Hung BA Econ Bus 188 Seniors Michael J. Hyman Kristin L. Ichishta Anne M. Ichiuji Nathalie Ifergan Wendy M. Ikebe BA Economics BA East Asian Std Bus RSHkiIdon BA Psm Imli ii;v BA Soc Comp joyeon Im BA Sociolofi Jeff Imperato BA Enolish )ill F. Inamine BA LinR Psych Bus BS kinrsi()l(.oY_ BA Econ Bus BS Biolo: Sunsiri Inchun Michael C. Iracondo John I. Irato Georganne Irvine BA Anthiopolos y Dean T. Isa BS Elec E Taylor Kevin Isaacs Gristle M. Isaacson BS Psychobio _ BA Econ Bus Armen Isaiants BS Biochemistr ' Alison L. Iser Masamoto Ishikawa BA Political Science BA Economics Hanifa Ismail BA Econ Bus Lisa Y. Itamura Andrea C. Itskovich BA Political Science BS Psychobiol Lori Izabal BS Microbiol Garmen L. Jacinto Kristen M. Jackman BA Soc Bus BA Econ lntI Edward G. Jacobs II Wendy M. Jacobs BA Psychology BA Hist Art Hist Adina Jaffe BA History Gina M. Jamero BS Econ Bus Lori E. James BA Psychology Scott A. Janssen BS Appid Math Seniors 189 Romena Jaramillo BA History Julie A. Jarvis BA Econ lntI Laura L. Jelliffe BA Psychology Richard S. Jen BA Econ Bus Senior Spotlight David Greenberg Political Science Instead of passively watching the changes occuring in the fraternity system, I have taken an active role in articulating the changes. As Chief Justice of the Interfraternity Council (IFC) I have done a lot to facilitate much needed changes in the Greek System. Greeks have a generally negative connotation, especially fraternities and especially at UCLA. Yet, all over the nation, the fraternity system is turning that image around, and I ' m on the phone to campuses all over the nation, finding out what they ' re doing and what we can do. We have initiated new policies concerning alcohol, party admission, and theme party cultural sensitivity. In order to promote responsible drinking, alcohol can only be served by professionals at any. We have also limited the party lists to invitation only which has curbed fighting and high school students attending parties. Most importantly, we have set strict guidelines for theme parties so that fraternities are sensitive to all cultures when choosing a theme for a party. I have been a member of Zeta Beta Tau for four years and have relished every moment. In fact my inspiration at UCLA has come from the older brothers in the house. They ' re the reason I got really involved in my house and the council. I was one of the original Membership Development Directors in a totally new Non-Pledging Brotherhood Program and saw that rather than resisting this change, I benefited and helped the house through taking a leadership role in this new program. This was my favorite activity at UCLA as I saw the new members excited about the differences are house had to offer. The fraternity has meant a lot to me and has been my main source of love at UCLA. If I could spend all of my time somewhere you would find me at the house; on the roof in the daytime. Instead of passively watching the changes occuring in the fraternity system, I have taken an active role in articlating the changes. I plan to pursue my interest in public policy through law and eventually politics. Seok Ho Jeon BA Economics Ana C. Jimenez BA History Jill E. Jimenez BA Psych Bus Teresa Jimenez BA English Sihk Joh BA Political Science Christine L. Johns BA Political Science 190 Seniors Douglas A. Johnson Adriene Johnson Carlette Johnson Holly B. Johnson Janis E. Johnson Jeri L. Johnson B Ciromaphv BASocioloRv BA I n lish BA Music BS Psychobiok RS kiiu ' siology Leilani Johnson Marcia Johnson Rebecca Johnson-Mosher David Johnstone Brian D. Jones Camille N. Jones BA Geography Econ BA Political Science BS Psychobiology BA Psychology BA Political Science BA Sociok Gregory Jones Michael A. Jones Rex B. Jones BS Mechanu ,il Eng BS Psychobiology HA Histni ' Ruth E. Jones Mark Jongewaard Sujatha Joseph BA EnRlish BA Poll Sci Econ BA Economics Charles j. ju BS Physics Appid Math i ' lice Tina Jue BA Economics Laurie Julian BS Nursing Erin L. Juline BA Psvchok Byron M. Jung BA Design Si Hwa Jung BA Design Nimish R. Kadakia Behzad Kadkhodazadeh Richard Kagawa Anat Kahn BS Kines Psych BA Economics BS Aerospace Eng BA Econ Bus Stephen S. Kallaos Kristen D. Kalski BS Biology BA Sociology Seniors 191 Michael S. Kalt BA Political Science Michelle Kane BAFIim T.V. Kristen L. Kaneko BS Biology Justin S. Kang Charmaine Kangas Glen A. Kangas BS Psychobiology BA History BS Political Science Stephanie Kanter BA Psychology Wayne M. Kao Sandy L. Kaplan Ritu C. Kapoor Karaoglanyan Sirvart Douglas Karatsu BA Econonnics BA History BA Political Science RS Wio Eng BS Psychobiology Ann Karlin Karen L. Kasameyer William Kassoy BA Art History BA Psych Hist BA Eton Bus Debra L. Kaste Nooshin Katebzadeh Jennifer S. Katell BA Sociology BS Biology BA Art History Meredith A. Kato BA History Marni E. Kaufman Kenneth H. Kawamura Kenneth T. Kawamura In-Mi Kay BAArt BA Economics BS Ps ( hol)iol() ' ' - B A Fine Arts Nazanm Kazerani BS MathmiatK s Nazanin Ke William H. Kealey Christopher Keenan BA Political Science BA Political Science BA Political Science Vanessa A. Keith Christina Kellenberger Joanne K. Kelter BA Engl DLAP BA Sociology BA Psychology 192 Seniors Carol D. Kemp Cameron Kennedy Di.in.i Kennedy Blaine Kennison Carol A. Kenny Joseph P. Kenny BA Engl German BA English BA Ail History BS Aero Eng BA Political Science BA Political Science Senior Statement My stay at UCLA has been like a good movie — it will be over before I knov it, I don ' t want it to end, and I wish I could see it again. -G ' ina Bozajian Communications Studies What Now you tell me that it isn ' t a potatoe tree? -Michael D. Sohn Mechanical Engineering A Sociology major — expert of nothing, but qualified for everything. -Elizabeth Harry Sociology If I had a dime for every time I have been inconvenienced by this fine institution, I ' d be rich. -Amy Ureria Sociology After five years of college life at UCLA, all I want from this school is my name next to this senior statement in the Bruin Life Yearbook. -Daniel Lee Joseph Keung BS Mech Eng llene S. Keys BA Jewish Stds Christa J. Kerkorian BA Comm Stds Michael Kerrane BA Economics Kyle Ketchum BS Psychobiology Anita Khachi BS Biology Oona A. Khan BS Bio EngI Ladan Khandabi BS Biology Katherine S. Killfoil BS Biology Seniors 193 Olaf E. Kilthau BA Poll Sri H. Michael Kim BA Econ Bus Joon M. Kim BA Economics Alice O. Kim BA English Angela G. Kim BA English Anna J. Kim BA Phil Bus Erica M. Kim BS KinesioloE Grant S. Kim BA Econ lntI Helen H. Kim BA Desiun Hyon S. Kim BA Sociology essica J. Kim BS Biology Jiyun Kim BA Music Joon H. Kim BA Poli Sci Ken S. Kim BA Enulish Keum S. Kim HA Eron BLis Kyung Sun Kim BA Sociology Nancy K. Kim BA Econ Bus Peter Dongwook Kim Pyung Kim BA Economics BA Psychology Shung Kim BA Psychology So Yung C. Kim BA Hisiorv Stella H. Kim BA Poli Sci lntI Thomas B. Kim BS Kinesiology Paul E. Kim BS Bioloe Sun Kim BA Economics Thomas Y. Kim Tina H. Kim Yeongsan Kim Daniel Kimm Bryan H. Kimura BA Psychology BA Econ Bus BA E Asian Lang Cult BS Mechanical Eng BS Political Science 194 Seniors Kelly R. Kindt BA Comm Stds Aileen M. King BS Kinesiology Bryan S. King BS Biochemistry ' •1 Lit William Y.King BS Biology Lisa M. Kinne BA Comm Stds v . Senior Spotlight Grant Kim Economics International Studies like to think of myself as a respon- sible business professional. I hope the personal integrity I believe in and live by will influence others to do the same. College is not only a time to learn facts and equations, it is a time where you learn about yourself. As an Economics International Studies major, I ' ve explored my possibilities in the business world and now my immediate future plans are to graduate and get a job in Management Consulting or Investment Banking. I ' ve been able to gain some valuable experience by working for Paine Webber as an assistant to the Account Vice-President, and also as a financial analyst intern on Wall Street at Kidder, Peabody an Investment Banking firm. At Kidder, Peabody, I was only one of two people working as a financial analyst intern. The work I did was the same as those who have already graduated. In the past, I have been involved with an organization called the Sponsors of Educational Opportunity (SEO). SEC is a non-profit organization for high school and undergraduate students. One of its main goals is to promote minority representation in the business community. On campus, I was the president of Omega Delta Epsilon which is the Economics Honor Society where I helped in the policy making, organizing, and as a result set some traditions. There are some who feel businessmen are merely money hungry vultures. That may be the case at times, but in my case it is a falsehood; I feel personally responsible for my actions. I would never give up my integrity and I hope to change the stereotype of investment bankers and to emphasize ethics within the work force. I have always wished my countenance to be such that when people meet me, they would immediately trust me. I hope the personal integrity I believe in and live by will influence others to do the same. I like to think of myself as a responsible business professional, and I hope that in some way, I have been able to set a good example for those who will follow me. Remember, in the game of life, you can give in; you can give out, but never give up. Kaitlyn Kiraly BA Sociology Lesley J. Kirchman BA Political Science Maxim Kislik BS Comp Sci Eng Kimberley S. Kjos BA Economics Nancy J. Klatskin BA History Seniors 195 Leslee M. Klien BA Anthropology S. Mikaela Klein )ill V. Kleinman BA Art History BA Histor Ann E. Klofkorn Annie A. Kludjian BAPoliSci BS Biok Patrick M. Knapp BA Econ Poli Sci Christopher H. Knauf Frederick Koch III BA Poll Sci Bus BS Appid Math Kathleen Koehler BA English David A. Kolde BS Kinesiolc BS Biolouv Leslie S. Kondo BA Psychology Ching Tom Kong BS Mech Eng Raymond C. Kong BA [( onomics Israel Kontorovsky BA Econ lntI Jocelyne M. Kopf BA Socio I Karen Korey BA SocioloE Richard L. Korn Kamrin J. Korsmeier BA Psychology BA Comm Stds June Koshiyama BA Economics Kathleen Kotalik BA English Teri E. Kraut BA Music 9 «I Ji Eric Kowal BA Econoiii Katherine E. Kroha BA Econ Bus Gigi Kroll BS Biology Jessica S. Korn BA SocioloE Michelle R. Kramer BA Cognitive Sci Geoffrey S. Kuhlman BS Kinesiology Jenny L. C. Kung BA Psycholgy Mu-Ching Kuo BA Economics 196 Seniors .1 William Kysella BA Poll Sci Helen La BS Biology Douglas La Le BA Econ Bus Carolyn R. LaPierre Kourosh C. Laaly Arianne Lacerte BA English BS Sociology BS Psychobiology Mark D. Lacy BA Psychok Suzette O. Lagumbay BA Ling Span ' 3 Ryan K. Lahti BA Psych Bus Josephine H. Lai Linda C. Laitin Cynthia M. Lakon BS Biochemistry BA Comm Stds Bus BA PsvcholoE Carmen Lam BA Political Science David T.H. Lam BS Mat. Science Hok M. Lam BS Applied Math Katherine Lambrose Michael Landauer BA Geography Bus BA Psychok Telicia M. Lander I A So( iolo " Kristin J. Lang Mark F. Lang Christine A. Langer Lorna G. Laparan BA History Bus BA Economics BA Economics BA Economics Lauri M. Lappin BA English Mark L. Larsen BA Econ Bus Seniors 197 Roberta R. Lasan BS Mechanical Em Ruby C. Lascano BS Biology Christopher C. Lash Elizabeth Lattimer BAHistoiv BAEnslish Alice Lau BA Soci Soraya C. Lavacude BA Psychok Denise Lawrence BA ( onini Suk Kelly T. Lawrence Laura L. LeBlanc BS Kinesiology BA Political Sc ienct Lance LeCompte BA Psychology Michael R. Lebens Arthur Lechtman BS Kinesiology BA Comm Stds Benedict Lee BAPsv( hology Carol C. Lee BS Psyc hobiology Daniel Lee BS Biology Gina N. Lee BSBkx hemistry Helena K. Lee BA English Jean Lee BA Comm Stds Jonathan J. Lee BS Psychobiology Joni Lynn M. Lee BS Kinesiology Joot Y. Lee Kelli R. Lee BA Comp Sci Eng BA Comm Stds Bus Kwan Lee BS Math Econ Kwang Ho Lee BA Sociology I 198 Seniors Leslie A. Lee BA Economics Linda Lee BA Anthic |)()l()gy WF m ► ' J i ■ Linda C. Lee BS Kines Bus Mandy M. Lee Mercedes Lee Michael C. Lee BA Economics BA Political Science BS Mechanical Enq Mike Lee BA Economics Nancy Lee BA Histo Roger Lee BS Biochemistry Rosa Y. Lee BA Linguistics Samuel Lee BS Chemical EnE Shu-Fen Lee BS Kinesiology Steve N. Lee BS Biol Steven L. Lee BS Biochemistry Steven T. Lee BS Biochemistr Sun Yong Lee Wen-Fang Lee BA IX ' si n BS Nursini Yoon K Lee BS Apple! Math Young B. Lee BA Psychology Tony C. Lei BA Economic Kerry Leidich BA Psvchol()t!v Julia M. Lemelle BA Psychology Albert Lemus Gerrie V. Lemus BA History Bus BA Sociology Bus Miriela M. Lemus BA Linguistics Lucie A. Lena Cyrena A. Leon Marissa F. Leong Eileen A. Leslie Judy M. Lespron BA Psychology BS Math Appid Sci BA Philosophy BA Political Science BA English Seniors 199 Phoebe Lucy Leung BA Econ Bus J P Lori B. Levering BA Political Science Cherie L. Levin BA History Bus Scott Levine BA Ps hi)liv.v Senior Spotlight Mercedes Lee political science Not only did I represent the academic nature of the university, I represent service to my community throughmy dedication to Project Prison Coaliation and the African Eduction Project. I comprise all the different aspects and characteristics this university has to offer. UCLA is above all an academic institution with various branches stemming from it. As a member of Mortar Board I embody the the successful criteria necessary in leaders, scholars and community servicers. I was honored as a member of the honor society because of my commitment to the UCLA community, because of my proven leadership skills as well as my high commitment to scholastic achievement. Not only do I represent the academic nature of the university, I represent service to my community through my dedication to Project Prison Coalition and the African Educa- tion Project. These commitments have allowed me to share, implement and apply the skills I learned at UCLA. Furthermore, I reflect the diversity of the university. I have committed myself to the needs of the underrepresented communities through my involvement with Academic Advancement Program, the African Student Union and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and as a teaching assistant in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Not only has UCLA has rewarded me with friends that will last throughout my life, but has also given me a basis on which I can create a future in which I will be proud of my contributions. After attending law school I hope to return to the inner-city focusing on criminal and juvenile law. I feel as if I have the strength, commitment and drive to focus on my goals and achieve them. UCLA has allowed me to recognize these characteristics and act upon them. Tony Lew BS Applcl Math Comp Brian C. Lewis BS Biology Kimberly Lewis BA Sociology Kimberly M. Lewis BS Kinesiology Patricia ). Lewis BS Psychology Sonia Lewis BA Econ Bus 200 Seniors Joe A. Leyva Charles E. Li BA P( ' ' ' i!i ,il Science BA Economics Lawrence M. Li BS Molec Bio Bus Li-Hsin Li Michelle B. Liffman Daniel Lighfoot BA Music BA Psychology BA Political Science Alice Lim BA Sociolc Richard C. Lin BS Comp Sci E lames O. Littrell BA History Andrew J. Lim BS Kinesiok Young S. Lim BA Design Andrew L. Lin BA Econ Poli Sci Elizabeth Pei Lin Josephine N. Lin BA Economics BA Economics Teresa C. Lin BA Psychology Scot Linden BA English Ho Ling BA Economics Felicia L. Linstrot Christian M. Lising BS Mechanical Eng BS Biology Alice P. Liu BS MechEng Mariano E. Llosa Marco M. Lo Sabrina LoBello Arusha Loeerasinghe BA MP T.V. BS Comp Sci Eng BA Sociology BA Music Kimberly J. Lofholm BS Nursing Nora Lohman BA French Silvia Lohora BA History Joady A. Lohr BA Art Rosaisela Lomeli BA English Stacy Lomeli BS Biology Seniors 201 Alicia D. Loncar Erin A. Lonergan Melanie D. Long BA Political Science BA Sociology BA Political Science Sandra Longhurst BA Soc Bus Michelle L. Look BS Kinesiok Carmen Lopez BA History Marvin J. Lopez Stephanie L. Lotz BS Comp Sci Eng BA Social Psych Brian Lowe BS Kinesiology Lisa Louie BA E( onomjcs Michael A. Louie Michelle E. Louie Orapan Louischaroen BS Aerospace Eng BARcligious Stds BS Linguistics Alan F. Lowis BA Econ Bus Maria Loyola BA E( on ' (kis Alex Lu BS Math Appid Sci Sabrina F. Lu BA Psychology Lisa M. Luboff BA English Victoria L. Luce Rodney M. Lum BA Psychology BA Soc Bus Kevin T. Luong Scott T. Lynch BS Kinesiology BS ( ivil fni Shannon K. Lynch George W. Lyons, Jr BA Psychology BA Political Science Mark D. Lyons Calvin S. Ma Lisa Li-Jen Ma Michele L. Mabuni Spencer MacNeil Celeste R. Macaisa BA Film T.V. BS Mechanical Eng BA Poll Sci Pub Law BS Economics BS Microbiology BA Psychology 202 Seniors Gerald S. Macala BS Chemistry Imelda C. Macasaet Laura D. Macchia Bonnie C. Mackey BA Psychology BA ItaHan BA PoHtical Science Kristin C. Macone BS Nursing Senior Statement If you can dream and not be mastered by your dreams If you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds worth of distance run, then yours is the earth and everything that ' s in it... -Rudyard Kipling submitted by Arda Janice Melkonian AppliedMath It ' s a person ' s attitude, not aptitude that determines his altitude. -submitted by Bridget Davis Afro-American Stud. Film T.V. UCLA. ..It ' s been fun, let ' s do it again sometime. -Clark Schierle Microbiology UCLA has created a chocolate chip muffin dependency on me! -Heather Smith English Area Madaras BA Comm Stds Margaret A. Madden BA English DLAP Beth M.Magnan BA Political Science Uma Mahadevan BS BioloE Lisa Mahoney Patrick T.Mahoney Jane W. C. Mak Margarita D.Mallari Maria F. Mallari Phyllis Mallett BS Math Appid Sci BA Political Science BA Japanese BS Kinesiology BS Kinesiology BS Biochemistry Seniors 203 Stacy Mallory Suzanne Mallory James Malone III Roya Manavi Caren Manese Arlene Manibog BSComm Bus BS Biology BA Economic s BS Psychobiolosv BS Psychology BS Ek-ctiical Er Mark Manion Kelley Manning Boris Mannsfeld Mabel Maiiosca Nancy Mao Jennifer Marcus BA Political Science BA Soc Afro-Am Stds BA Economics lntI I ' .S l .uiloi x BA Classical Civ BA EnRJish Donald H. Marek Geoffrey Margolis Marion Marquez Veronica Marquez Yolman Marquez Kimberly A. Marra BA Econ Hist BA Philosophy BS Electrical Enp BS Psychology BSCom|) Sc i Ent BS Psychology Lisa Marrama BS Psyche Michael Marrero BA Economics Robert Martellino BA Psyche Jill A. Martenson BS Kinesiolo Deanna Martinez Maria Elena Martinez BA Political Science BA Chicano Stds Monica Martinez Nicholas Martinez Pietro Martini BS Biochemistry BA Psychology BA Economics Maggy Martino Mark S.Martins Atsuko Maruyama BA Econ Bus BA Geography Eco BA Ling E Asian Lanj; 204 Seniors Debra A. Mason BA Economics Michelle Masuda BS Kinesiology Nora M. Masuo BA Geography Lucrecia Mata BA Enfilish Elizabeth Mathiowetz BA Sociology Barbara Matias ISA InRlish Senior Spotlight Tina Petrusis Economics Because of the diverse community on campus I have been abie to show off my diversity. It gave me the opportunity to participate in food fairs, dance in cultural celebration in Ackerman Grand Ballroom and even have a Lithuanian Students float in the Homecoming Parade. My culture is the most important aspect of my life. I have used UCLA as a backdrop to demonstrate my belief in my people. I know I am a minority on campus; people either don ' t know about the issues facing Lithuania or they just don ' t care. I do care, and I have made my goal to be a voice of my people in the United States. UCLA has helped me to be this voice. Because of the diverse community on campus I have been able to show off my diversity. It gave me the opportunity to participate in food fairs, dance in cultural celebration in Ackerman Grand Ballroom and even have a Lithuanian Students float in the Homecoming Parade. I was born in America, but my parents are Lithuanian. Last year I was elated when Lithuania re-declared her independence. To me, this was the fulfillment of one of my greates dreams. I decided to do whatever I could to help Lithuania regain her freedom. I have always boosted the Lithuanian name from educating my sorority sisters on the issues, to participationg in Lithuanian folkdance. These and many other experiences at UCLA have given me the strength to attain my goal. Building on the secure foundation my sorority has provided me and ususing the tools I learned at UCLA I have been able to help Lithuania. Before coming to UCLA I probably would have never have been as outspoken as I am know, but my sorority. Delta Delta Delta, has given me the support and friendship I have needed to stand up for my beliefs. I recently met President Bush and told him that the people of Lithuania need his support in their stuggle for democracy. UCLA has taught me to have pride in my diversity and to take an active role in my culture. My involvement won ' t stop with graduation. This summmer I plan to attend the Lithuanian Youth Congress in South America. After this trip I will travel to Lithuania to teach English. I look forward to being a part of liberation first hand. Debra Matlock BAFilm T.V. DoriAnne Matsumoto BS Math Appid Econ June Matsumoto BA Economics Seniors 205 Kenji Matsumura BA Economics Julie R. Matsuura Angela Matthews BS Psychobiology BA History Sandra Matthews Matthew Matuszak BA Political Science BA Political Science Nichole Maxwell BS Apple! Math Terry Maxwell BS Aerospace Eng Flora R. Mayesh BA Psychology Laura McCandles BA Economics Anna E. McCarthy Lydia A. McClellan Holly M. McCloud BA History BA Psychology BA Anthropok Charles McColgan Douglas McConnaughey Celia McCormick BA History BS Biology BS Kinesiology Thomas McCoy BA History Derek McCrae BA Psychok Megan McCue BA English Vanessa McDermott John McDonald Suzanne McEachron Michelle McEvoy BA Anthropology BA Econ Poli Sci BS Comp S( i Eng BA English Hist Shawn McGinnis Kenneth McGrath BA History BA Music David McHugh Patrick McLaulhlin Ann McLean Anne McMunn BA Economics BS Kinsesiology BS Geology BA English Monica McNairy BA History Aaron J. McNally I Sif BA Comm Stcis 206 Seniors Steven P. McNiff BA Histor William A. Medina Karen Meeder BA History BA Psycholo Sunil D. Mehta BS Kinesiology Michelle Meisels BA IntI Econ Gay L. Meixel f Crisanda Mejia (lA l ' s ' cholo Oleg Melamed Fredrick Melik-Abrahamian Arda Melkonian Jeremy F. Mende Arthur Mendoza BS Bi()l()t;v BS Biochemistry BS Applcl Math BA Psycliology BS Cognitive Sri ' 1 WKBBBam r Patricia Mendoza BS Applied Math Angel F. Meraz Lorraine Mercier John R. Merrill Donald E. Meserve Adrienne Mette BS Applied Math BA History BA Ent;lish BA Politic al Science BA Political Science Jennifer Mewes BA Psychol Jeanne Meyer BA English Joanne Meyer William Meyer IV Ben Meyers Craig Meyers BA History BA Psychology BA Political Science BA Political Science Stephen Michael Lisa Middlebrook Gemma J. Miguel BS Math Appid Sci BA Political Science BA Psychology Deborah J. Millar BA Economics JoAnna A. Miller BA Theater Arts Julie Anne Miller BA Psychology Seniors 207 Lani Miller BA Political S()( Steve M. Miller David E. Millett Christopher Mills Johanna Mills Gayane Minasian BAPsyc hology BS Sci of Complexity BA Geography BA Political Science BS Ps ch )logy Michael Minden BA Economics David L. Minkus BAPoli S( i ' Hi si Scott M. Minor BA English Allison D. Mirza BA Sociok Michelle Miskinnis Varoujan Missaelian BA Poli Sci Bus BA Econ Bus Ketna N. Mistry BS Ps ' ( lii)l)ii)lo Jeffrey Mitchell BA Comm Stds Spence Mitchum BA Economics Darren Moberly BA Psychology Alana Anne Moceri Jon A. Mochizuki 1 BA PolilK .il Science BA History Eng Steven R. Moen BA Econ Bus Thomas Molnar Ann Marie Moneymaker Steven Monke Anna Monteleone BS Econ Bus BA History BS l inisi(il() ' 4 BS Economics Renae Montes BA Sociology Michelle Montgomery J onathan Montilla Nicole Montna Christopher Monty Calandra Moore Jaime E. Moore BA Psychology BA Study of Relig BA Political Science BA Poli Sci Hist BA Political Science BA Sociology 208 Seniors I Maiina Moore BA Art History Bonian Mopera BA Sociology Ronni Y. Morales John A. Moreno BA Comm Slds BA History Takeshi Moriyama BA Political Science i Bruce A. Morley Daniel L. Morris ason Morris Ron A. Mortvedt William Moseley William Moselle BS Mat Sci Eni; BS Math Applcl Comp [ A E( onomics BA Political Science BS Mechanical Eng BA Poll Sci Hist Shirin R. Motavassel Sarosh Motivala BA Psychology BA Psyc h()l(),i; Kylowna A. Moton BA Enolish Kelly M. Motske BS Mathemati( • Allan R. Mouw Rose-line N. Mtimkulu BA Economics BA Hist Eckic Kevin Mueller Christopher Mukai Malobika Mukherji Raymond M. Mullen Mino Murata BA Political Science BA Econ Biis BA Political Scienc c BAE( inl (h R I m-iiistics Marlin Murdock BA DeM ' n Brian J. Murphy BA English Patrick G. Murray BA History Tonya M. Murray BA Sociology Celina S. Mutia BA Sociology Gayleen L. Myer BA Ling Spanish Karen Myer BA Sociology Bus Seniors 209 Lara K. Myers BA Sociology Kristen Y. Naah BA Econ lntI Gina M. Naco BS Coe Sci Dan Nadler BS Math Appid Senior Spotlight Maria Rabuy Political Science The reason behind my strength, and ultimately my motivation, is my back- ground. My involvement in various activi- ties gave me the opportunity to learn about my culture, history, and the plight of my community. I will always remember UCLA as the place which prepared me to tackle any obstacle that I may face. Since UCLA is representative of the larger society, I realized that I couldn ' t keep my involvements isolated. Therefore, I extended my involvement from tutoring high school students in gangs from inner city LA, to working with Samahang Filipino, to writing for Pacific Ties, to holding the Executive Vice President office in USAC. The reason behind my strength, and ultimately my motivation, is my background. My involvement in various activities gave me the opportunity to learn about my culture, history, and the plight of my community. I was able to maintain a perspective on who I am and what I ' m working for. Project Pilipino Recruitment and Enrichment Program (PREP) and Samahang Pilipino taught me the most. For example, PREP gave me the chance to give back to kids what I didn ' t have. I was a real role model. If it were not for things that I learned and the kind of support I received from these organizations, I know I could not have made it as far as I did. Particularly in USAC with its over 70 years history with only one Asian as President, I was quite proud as a woman and Pilipino to represent my community as the second highest office for UCLA student programming. However, prior to USAC my activities were geared towards the Asian Pacific Coalition. As a result both USAC and APC thought that I would have a hard time finding an equal balance in representing the two. But, my main goal was to diversify USAC not only in composition but also in terms of views. I ' m proud of what I ' ve contributed to this school, but we still have a long way to go. I ' d like to see the climate of the community change into a more culturally and academically enlightening curriculum. I feel that people should experience as much as they can here at UCLA. The most important lessons are learned outside of the classroom. Takako Nagumo BA English Nayiri K. Nahabedian BA Psychology Haleh C. Naimi BA Economics Gay M. Nakahara BS Nursing Jill Nakamura BA Design Susan Nakaoka BA Soc Hist 210 Seniors Wendy Nakatani BA Psychology Susannah J. Nam BA Sociology Sandy N. Nang BA English r Emily S. Naranjo BS Electrical Eng Mark Nasalski BA English Monica Nascimento r BA Economics Earl P. Navalta BA Psychology Paul B. Neinstein BA Psychology Dallia Neman BS Psychol Lily Ng BA Econ Bus Martha G. Navarro BS KInesiolo; Rafael Navarro Patricia Nazario BS Political Sci Bus BS Political Science Tonya E. Neeley BA Sociology Jennifer Neiman BA Sociology Claire A. Nelson BA Economics Courtney E. Nelson BA English Jonna L. Nelson BA Geography Robin R. Nelson BA Historv Bus Will Nelson BA Hist Poli Sci Ges-Mari S. Neri BA Psychol Lisa D. Newberry BA Sociology Karin E. Newman Thomas G. Newsom Candace Y. Ng BA Amti i( ,111 Stds BA Political Science BS Math Econ Cathy Nguyen BS Biochemistry Kim D. M. Nguyen BA Soc Psych Lien P. Nguyen BA Soc Bus Manh K. Nguyen BS Biochem Psych Si T. Nguyen BA Economics Seniors 211 Thanh M. Nguyen Thu-Huong Nguyen BS Biology BS Electrical Eng Tin T. Nguyen BA Psych Bus Tawn T. Nhan BA Phil Poli Sci James Nicholas BA EHistory Craig W. Nicholson BA Psych Soc Phyllis C. Nieh Marianne Nierlich Gregory E. Niles Paul B. Nimitsilpa Michael T. Nishi BA Psychology BA Hist Music Hist BA So ciolo gy BS Biology BA Economics Wayne Nitti BA Econ Bus Martha A. Nix Rebecca Shannon Nobel Robert P. Noga Hiroko Trasey Nomachi Victoria Nomura BA Dance BA Political Science BA Soc Bus BA lapanese Bus BA Econ Bus Lourdes Nonato BS Chemical Enc Theresa Nonato Monique Normandin Michelle Nosce BAArt BA Philosophy BA English Orly Nosratt Jose Nunez-Rocha BA Spanish BA Political Science S» .7 " ' Peter A. Nyquist BA History Charlene O ' Brien Elizabeth O ' Donnell BA Econ Bus BA Comm Stds Lee T. O ' Donnell BA Philosophy Lisa C. O ' Hara BA Psych Bus Peter S. O ' Neal BA Psychology Blake R. O ' Neill BA History 212 Seniors Ramon Ocampo Melanie A. Ochs BA Economics BA Econ Bus Jayne J. Oh BA Econ Bus Melinda Ohta BA Psychology Derek M. Okada BA Economics Senior Statement came, I saw, I conquered, but I didn ' t get parking. -Clarissa Aesquivel Economics Asian American Studies If I only knew how special my time here at UCLA was going to be, I would have done the five-year plan. -Juliann Budimir French Literature When I first went into the bathroom at UCLA I noticed the sign on the door said WOMEN. I giggled and blushed and felt a little embarassed. Me — a woman I was so used to signs that said GIRLS. -Esther Sameyab Psychology When I graduate does my reg number go to UCLA Reg Number Heaven or does it get reincarnated onto the reg card of a freshperson? -Danielle Adair Hanchett Psychology Sociology Kimberly Okano BA English Jenifer M. Okuno BS Kinesiolo ' JV Henry J. Olea BA Psychology Ellen M. Olivares BA Geography Gisella Olivares BS Psychobiology Charles Olivarez James Olivas Tracey Oliveira BS Math in Comp BA Econ Latin Am Stds BA Psych Bus Hist Jolene D. Oliver BS Psychobiology Seniors 213 Tonishia Oliver BA English James Olmore BA Political Science Lawnee L. Olson BA PsyciioloiJv Bruce A. Olstad BA Music Jeffrey D. Olster Nnennaya Omerigbo BACommStds BA Enelish Ann Ong Tiong BA Econ Bus Gregory Oppegard Shira Orion Robert A. Orozco BA Sociology BA Comm Stds BA Enelisii Rafael Ortiz BA PsyclVSpdn Thomas Oshiro BS Electrical Eng Natalie E. Oslin BA English Richard H. Otera Henry Ouyang BA English BS Aerospace Eng Ruby Pacio BS Kinesiolos John F. Packel II Kirsten E. Padgett BA Philosophy BA Engli ' .h Lit Mary M. Pae BA Political Science Monica C. Paez BA S() iology Alvin Pagan BS Kinesiology Peter W. Paik BA Economics Young H. Pak BA Psychology Yun Jong Pak BS Psychobiology Tammi Palubeskie Nina Lin Pan Vivian Y. Pan BA History BA Political Science BA Psychology Robert J. Pandya BS Psychobiology Allie Pang Christina I. Pappas BA EconAVmn Stds BA English 214 Seniors Senior Spotlight Adam Ross Sociology took for granted the guys in the frater- nity would discriminate against me be- cause of my sexual orientation. I was wrong. The guys looked at me in the same light as any other rushee. When I came to UCLA I saw the need for gay and lesbian awareness and education. Now that I am graduating I look back at my years, and I am proud of the contributions I have made in these areas. I believe that these contributions have affected change in the campus community. I believe that I have instigated integration of the heterosexual and homosexual communities through the Gay And Lesbian Association (GALA), Ten Percent (the gay, lesbian and bisexual newsmagazine). As Co-Chair for Gala I founded the gay men ' s fraternity. Lambda Delta Phi. The fraternity only lasted a couple of years because we saw its creation as a mechanism rather than a permanent structure. I believe that the formation of the fraternity has served its purpose: integration of gay men into the already existing Greek system. Segragation does not have any benefits. I couldn ' t stop with GALA because believe that if it isn ' t written, it didn ' t happen. So I took on the challenge of Editor-in-Chief of Ten Percent. Ten Percent was probably my favorite activity on campus because I felt I was impacting the most people possible which is always my goal. If you are not reaching people you might as well not be doing it. In retrospect, I have realized that when I entered a situation at UCLA I assumed that heterosexual people were prejudice against my way of life. For example, the biggest handicap I faced rushing a Greek fraternity was self-imposed. I took for granted the guys in the fraternity would discriminate against me because of my sexual orientation. I was wrong. The guys looked at me in the same light as any other rushee. This experience convinced me that Lambda Delta Phi was no longer needed and that maybe the campus climate was changing through all of our efforts. When I benefit other people I am satisfied with myself. I truly feel I have made a difference at UCLA through everything I have outside of the classroom, instead of limiting myself to classroom potential. Anna M. Park S BSPsy( hology Bonnie C. Park BA Psyc hology Erin Y. Park BS Kinesiolc Eugene Y. Park BA Histor Jason A. Park BS Biochemistry Jeff Park BA History Jenny S. Park BA Linguistics Jin S. Park BS Microbiology Jin Y. Park BS Electrical Eng Julia H. Park BA Sociology Seniors 215 Jung Yoon L. Park BA Economics Patty L. Park BA fn-lish Sue Park BS Microbiok Sue S. Park BS Math Applcl Sci Susanna Park BA Economics Deana L. Parker BA Geographv Kerry B. Parker Scott E. Parker BASociology BS Civil E Sharon L. Parks BA l ' ch()l Alvin D. Parra Marina C. Parrera BA Political Science BA Poll Sci Hist Caroyin A. Parry BA Psycholc Romel L. Pascual Karen Packey Daniel J. Pasko BA Political Science BS Math Appid Sci BS Math Appid Sci -a ' ' Shelley D. Pasnik Cornelio M. Pasquil Nisha G. Patel BA English BS kmcsiolo ' JV BS Bk.Io ' jx Rajesh I. Patel Alison N. Patman Stacy Patterson Amy R. Paul Renee M. Paz Patricia PeLaez BS Microbiology BA Art History BA Hist Art Hist BA Anthropology BA Psychology _ 15 Sp.inish Lit Glenn E. Peach Frank E. Peacock Kelley A. Peacock Belinda R. Pearl Raymond C. Pearl Maria J. Pearson BSAppldMath BA Econ Bus BS Kinesiology BA Pyschology BA History BS Biology 215 Seniors Mylah Pedroche BA Poli Sci Hist Laura Pena BA Psychol Grace Peng BS Appid Math ennifer Penton Raquel M. Perez Regina M. Perez f BAEnel Art BA Political Science BA Psych Wmns Stds Gloria K. Perlas Jacqueline Perle BA Sociology BA Psychology T. Linda Peters Christopher Peterson Deborah Peterson Tricia C. Petkus BACo mm Stds_ BS Mechanical Eng BS Astrophysics BA Soc Div LibArts Robert W. Petri BS Civil E Sean Pettway BA Economics Anhlan V. Pham BS Comij S( i Lan N. Pham Luong H. Pham BS Civil Enq _ BS Electrical Er Catherine Phan BS AppId Math Gregory Phillips BA History Bus Tara C. Phillips BA Poli Sci Dan D. Phong BS Physic Meixine Phung BA Sociology Truong Q. Phung BS Comp Sci Elec Er Katherine Pi BA Psychology Randy D. Pi BS Biology Joel I. Pineda Anne Pinkowski Claire E. Pinkston Kirsten A. Pinnell Javier Pinon BA Econ Bus BA Fine Art BA Geog Hist BA Economics BA Political Science Seniors 217 Maria Pinto Constance Pirus BA Pdlilic ,il Science BA Political Science Dennis Plaisted Timothy S. Plimpton BA Philosophy BS Bioloe Haideh V. Plock BS Kines Psych Michelle A. Plumlee BA Sociolos Russell S. Poage BS Math Appid Sci Dana K. Polacsek BS Geolc Paula L. Pompa BAPsychology Adam M. Porter BA Econ Bus A. Justin Post BA Econ Bus Devon Postal BS Kinesioloe Dean Poulakidas BA Span Lin Kimberly Powell Diane Prayongratana BS Nursino BS Psychob Pamela Pressley BA Sociology Lynette Preston BA Econ Comc Mikel Ann Price BS Math Applcl Sci William J. Priest BA Sociol ulia L. Pugliese BA Comm l us Alison Pulley BA English Suzanne Pulopot BA History Econ Michelle Quinones Enrique Quintero Maria E. Rabuy Christopher Radi BA Econ Bus BA History BA Political Science BA Psychology Alimin Purnomo Cathy G. Quijada BS Coiup S( I [ng BA Sociology Gelarem Rahbar BA Biology Paul Rahimian BA Econ Bus 218 Seniors Pejman Rahimian BS Biology Heather Ralston BS Kinesiology Robert Ramirez BA Afr-Amer Stds Evelyn Ramos BS Math Appkl Sc )orge Ramos BA History Ronald Ramus r BS Nursing Chris j. Ransom BA Geography Ronald M. Reano BSPh John Redner BA F( oiv ' Intl ' Hist Bill H. Rehor BA Theatre Arts Gideon Reich BS Physics Charlotte Y. Reid BA Pohtical Science Evan A. Reid BA Enghsh Caria Reisenauer David J. Reitman BA Political Science BS Bio Hist Lisa E. Relis BS Kinesiology Robert E. Rendahl Christian W. Renken BS Mechanical Eng BS Physics Lori C. Reppucci Kathy D. Reschke )uan-Carlos Reyes Melissa M. Reyes BS Apple! Math S Bio Ge rman BA Spanish Lit BA Histor Christine Reyna BA Psychology Kenneth K. Rhee BA Econ Bus Connie J. Rho Trent E. Rhorer Brent S. Rice David L. Rice Seth Rich Cheryl Richardson BA Economics BA Political Science BA Russian BS Appid Math BA Psych Bus BA History Seniors 219 Kelly Richardson BS Chemical Er Kim Y. Richardson BA Comm Bus Peter M. Riche BA History Julie L. Richmond BA Econ Bus Senior Spotlight Esther Sameyah Psychology began to question my role as a for- eigner and a woman, and I really didn ' t like what I saw. I began to think analytically. My views on women in society have changed, as I now have a lot more faith in my ability to compete against men and win. I feel that the Academic Advancement Program (AAP) is my niche at UCLA. When I first came to UCLA the AAP tutors accepted me and educated me in areas I had never really looked at before. I began to question my role as a foreigner and a woman, and I really didn ' t like what I saw. I began to think analytically. My views on women in society have changed, as I now have a lot more faith in my ability tocompete against men and win. My journey to graduation has not been easy. As Iranians my family wasn ' t welcomed when we immigrated to the United States. We were associated with the Khomeini, when we were in fact fleeing the country because of his persecution. Pictures of my family were all over the city because we were Jewish. I cherish my opportunities, but my education is laced with conflicting views on education in t he Iranian-American community. The Iranian community does not encourage higher education for women. In fact, I was the first in my family to go to college. Thus, I was basically " on my own " when I decided to come to school. I didn ' t have a support system, and because I lived at home it was hard for me to meet people on campus. That ' s were AAP stepped in. They became my support system. Not only did AAP support me, they opened my eyes to political, sexual and racial oppression. I now feel more confident in myself and my opinions, now that I recognize discrimination and have met the challenge of overcoming. As an AAP tutor I ' m serving as the support and awakening for other students who had similar experiences entering UCLA. UCLA not only educated me but also allowed me to grow up. I feel I am a much stronger person as a graduate than when I entered as a freshman. It was scary but worth it in the long run. Veronica Rico BA History Rain Rider BA Anthropology Joan M. Riley BA English Christopher Rimer BS Mechanical Eng Michael Ringold BS Biology Danielle Rippe BS Psychobiology 220 Seniors Diana Risco BS Psychobiology Angelica Rivera BS Biology Rowena Rivera BA Geography Michael L. Rivers BS Kinesiology Gabriela Riviello Andrew D. Roascio f N BS Cybernetics BA Political Science r Jennet Robbins BA Soc iology Garren B. Roberts BA History William J. Roberts Anne K. Robie Angela R. Robinson BA French BA Political Science BA Comm Stds Barbara Robledo BS Apple! Math Michelle Rodino BA Political Science Betsy Rodriguez BA Spanish Lit Eddie Rodriguez BA Politictil Science Mark Rodriguez BA Psychology Michael Rodriguez BA Psychology Olga Rodriguez BA English April Rogers BA Political Science Dawn T. Rogers BA History Erin K. Rogers BA Economics Mia Louise Rogers BA Art Hist Patricia M. Rogers Suzie J. Roggenbuck BA History BA Psychology Kristin A. Rolla Chantal E. Romain Enrique Roman Albert Romero Dean A. Romo BA Hist Bus BA History BA Econ Hist BA Geography BA Hist Bus Jose-Efrain Romo BA English Seniors 221 V Jennifer A. Rose BA Comm Stcis Joseph S. Rosen BA Economics i fi Kevin C. Rosen BA IntI Rela Melissa S. Rosen BA History Sharon Rosenbaum BA Ital Anthro Aaron Rosenberg BA English Jana Rosenberg Kimberly Rosenberg Martin R. Rosenblatt Amy R. Roseveare Adam S. Ross BA History BA Sociology BA Pscyhology BA Sociology BA Sociology Kim M. Rosso BA Economics fQj i Scott D. Rothstein Rachelle Roulier Michael J. Rowan Catherine M. Rowe Diane E. Rowe Carlo M. Rozzi BA History BA Psychology BA Comm Stds BS Comp Sci Eng BA Psychology BS Atmospheric Sci Silvia Rubalcava Eric P. Rubenfeld Carl Rubino BA Political Science BA Econ Hist BA Span Ling Gustavo E. Ruiz Myriam M. Ruiz Robert R. Ruiz BS Biochemistry BS Comp Sci Eng BS Kinesiok Terese J. Ruiz BA Latin Amer Thomas E. Ruks BS Civil Eng William Rumack BS Kinesiology Glenn A. Russ BS Cognitive Sci Eddie T. Russell BA Psychology Kevin J. Russell BS Kinesiology 222 Seniors Michelle T. Russo BA Comm Stds Bus Valerie L. Russo BA Engl French lulia M.Rusu BS Electrical Eng Christie R. Rutter BA Poll Sci Int Rela Rosaleen H. Ryan BA Psycliology Senior Statement went to UCLA to get away from home. But I guess you don ' t realize a good thing until you lose it. -Maria Rabuy Political Science " U.S. Gulf involvement. Telephone enrollment. G.P.A. P.T.E. Bruins got a winning team. Economics. History. Calculus. Philosophy. English 4. Folklore. I don ' t have to take them anymore. Reg. Cards. Study lists. Parking spots. Clinched fists. Lines in the bookstore. Craduating ' s such a chore. We didn ' t start the fire. And when we are gone, it will still burn on and on and on... " -Billy JoeK?) -Arnold Sand Sociology Vicki J. Ryther BA English Juventino Saadvedra BS Mathematics Melinda Sacks BA Political Science Stefan Sacks BA Econ Poli Sci Saha Sadeghi BS Biology Douglas Saeltzer BA History Cara L. Saffro BA History Salvatore Saglimbeni Margaret M. Saito BA Psych Bus BA Theater Seniors 223 Joyce S. Sakai BS Biology Patricia S. Sakai BA Psychology Lara Salameh Michael Salazar Lucy A. Salcedo BA Econ Bus BA P olitical Science BS Psycholos Michael Saleh BA Soc Bus Wendy L. Salisbury Celia Samaniego BA Sociology BA Spanish Esther Sameyah Kelli M. Sampson Vincent T. Sampson BA Psychology BA Economics BA Political Science Lyn Samuelsen BA Desi! Barbara M. Sanchez Javier M. Sanchez Marco Sanchez BA Psychology BS Psychobiology BA Political Science Arnold H. Sand BA Sociology Harpreet Sandhu BA Econ Comp Claudia Sandino BA Econ lntI Carlos Sandoval Frank G. Sandoval Kathleen Santamaria Annalisa Santiago Joseph M.Santo BA Ling Comp BA Political Science B S Nur sing BA Psychology BA Histor y Karina I. Santos BA Psvcholc Marcy M. Santos BS Psychology P. J. Santos Malika Saoud Katherine A. Sarafian Michael Y. Sato BA Design BA Political Science BA Comm Stds BS Appid Math David Saucedo BS Mathematics 224 Seniors Chris R. Scaffidi BA Psychology Jenna Scarafone BS Nursing Erin M. Schatz BA Psychology Jodi C. Schenkman BA History Christine Scherpf BA Theater Senior Spotlight Arnold Sand Sociology At first I was very impatient with the children I worked with... but after a while I came to realize that these kids really looked up to me and counted on me. You know, for all my education at UCLA, I have been taught lessons from the kids at the Wilshire YMCA I could have never learned in Moore 100. As a counselor the children taught mea great deal about sensitivity and responsibility. When I first started counseling in 1987, 1 was very impatient with the children, and I was constantly stressed out by the fact that I was left to watch over ten playful boys and girls. But after a while I came to realize that these kids really looked up to me and counted on me, and I on them. The pay was not great, (and I have been offered many higher paying jobs) but I have stuck with counseling for the YMCA since 1 987 because the rewards I get from working with the children are unmatched. My major, sociology, has really kicked in in this department. I ' ve been able to relate to and understand the kids and what they do better because of my major. Although counseling took up a lot of time I didn ' t limit myself to the YMCA. I have been probably the most active, and by far the proudest member of the UCLA Bowling Team. I was the first freshman in UCLA history to make the team and I have consistently scored 188-208. The team never gets very much publicity, but I have made several close friends both on our team and at other schools we competed against such as ASU, UNLV, CSUF, and UCSB. We might not have always won, but we always had fun (especially on the roadtrips to Las Vegas). After graduation, I hope to work in the Player Personell Department for the Los Angeles Dodgers. I ' ve always loved the Dodgers, so I ' m going to give them a call and let them know that I ' ll start with peanut sales if I have to. Hopefully, as I work my way up the ladder I will be able to treat the kids from the YMCA to Dodger games. The kids would love it, and I would be staying involved with the YMCA, which is a must in my future. UCLA, in education and activities, has been invaluable to me. I feel that UCLA has taken me from childhood to adulthood and allowed me to make my dreams come true. Clark F. Schierle rg BS Microhio Mole Gene Daniel Schifrin BA History Jason Schirn BA Political Science m Rebekah Schlesinger BA Anthropology Ian C. Schmidt BA Philosophy Seniors 225 James M. Schmidt Stephanie Schmier Randah H. Schmitz Gregory Schmutzer Mary E. Schneck Carrie L. Schneider BA Poll Sci Hist BA Psyc hology BA Political Science BA English BA Political Science BA Psych DLAP Debra Schneider BA Sociology Spencer Schneider BA Political Science Linda Schneiders BA Psychol Robert |. Scholer Lynda D. Schomburg Norma A. Schrader BS Ek ( liK.il Ena BA Psych DLAP BA Histon Kristi E. Schrode BS Psychobiol Lisa C. Schuricht BS Biology Karen R. Schwalbe BS Psycholc Crystal F. Scott BA Sociolc Lise-Allynne Scott BA Political Science Travis L. Scott BA Sociolc Maria C. Seamans BA English Stephanie L. Seid BS Nursinf Dean M. Seligman Heather Senteney BS Mechanical Eng BA Eneiish Soopyong Seong Lesley A. Sept BA Economics BA History Muira K. Sethi Colleen Y. Seto Elena J. Seto Kent Setoguchi BA Econ Bus BA Economics BA Geog Eco BS Kinesiology 226 Seniors Rupal D. Shah Arssineh Shahinian BS Biology BS Psychology 02 David P. Shames simin Shamji BA Soc Bus BA Political Science Katherine Shannon BA Theater Ails Dana M. Shapiro BA Econ Bus Navid Sharafatian BA Poliliccil Science )ohn R. Sharpe, Jr BS Kinesioli Robert Sheffield BA Political Science Igor Shekhtman BA Economics Glenn C. Shell BS Math Kristin N. Shelton Kelly A. Shenefiel BA Sociology BA Eni ' lish David Shenson BA Economics nil ' I! Irene Sherman BS Appid Math Liz Shieh BA Econ lntI Kenji Shimabukuro James Shimomaye BA Physics BA East Asian Stds H| f ill Kisu Shin BA Psych BL Tomoka Shoji BA Economics Steven Showers Jeff S. Shubert BS Biology BS Comp Sci E Steven L. Shultz BA Psychology Mimi Shum Ruth E. Shy BA East Asian Stds BS Comp Sci E Angela W. Shyu BS Electrical Ens Daniel W. Sias BS Electrical Eng Christensen Sicat BS Kinesiology Tobias A. Siegal BA History Veronica Sigala BA Political Science Jason J. Silletti BA Englsh Bus Hillel R. Silvera BA Economics Seniors 227 Mark Silverman BA Psych Bus Scott Silverman BS Chemistr Michelle Simms BA Psychology Mona Singh BA Economics I Is. Maria A. Singson Kimberly Sinsheimer BS Biology BA Economics Jorge S. Siopack Karen J. Sisneros BS Psychobiology BA Sociolo Elena W. Siu BA Economics Kimberly A. Skeie Brian D. Skyers Kenneth Slack, Jr. BS Biolc Ceri Slacum l ' llislor Cathy Smith BA Poli Sci Bus Geoffrey Smith BS Apple) Math Heather A. Smith Jeffrey B. Smith Malaika D. Smith BA English BS Kinesiology BA English Bennett T. So BS Biochemistry Jung Sun So BA Sociology Mark A. Soeth BA Economics oanne Y. Sohn Michael D. Sohn ych BS Mechanical En Lisa Soice BA Japanese Anthony Soiciiowski Jonathan S. Solin Maria Soliz BA English BA English BA Gemian Kira M. Solomon BA Sociology Larry P. Solomon BA Comm Stds Angel U. Son BS Pscyhobiology 228 Seniors Yooha Song Albert H. Soong Edmar Soriano BS Applied Math BS Electrical Eng BS Math of Comp Laura ). Sosa BS History Hyun-Joo Sou BA Sociology Jennifer Sowerwine Lisa Spalding Theodore Spellman Deborah Spoiler BA Geog Eco BA Political Science BA Film TV BS Psychobiology Chris Spreitzer BS Com p Sci Er Amy |. Staes BA Psychology Christine Stanish BS Microbiology Andrew Stawiarski BS Political Science Lisa C. Steffan BA Psycholo Josh P. Steiner BA Psycholo Scott B. Stewart Jacquieline Stewart-Ramirez Julie A. Stiska Brenda S. Stiver BS Biology BA Political Science BA Anthropology BA Music Rachel S. Stock BA Psy chology Marchelle Sowell BA Psychology Molly A. Stadum BA PsvcholoE Lawerence Stern BS Math Appid Sci Lara Stolte BA German Scott C. Stratman BA Econ Poli Sci Kristen Stratton BA English Shaha Strickland Susannah Strunk BA Political Science BA Political Science Jonathan S. Su BS Electrical Eng Poyu Su BA Econ Soc Seniors 229 Marianne Suarez BS Sociology Kimiko L. Suehiro BA Psychok LaRee P. Sugg BA English tf P Senior Spotlight Cark Shierle Microbiology don ' t see myself as having missed out on anything, because on the other hand, I ' ve experienced many other things that other people haven ' t. UCLA is a pretty cool place to prepare and expose yourself to the possibilities of life after school. I first entered UCLA at the age of twelve through the Early College Admissions Program. And although all this may sound pretentious, the thing that really strikes people as unusual about me isn ' t that I ' m so young, but that I have managed to have such a " normal " undergraduate career. My UCLA I.D card looks like (TV actor) Fred Savage. I have a terribly curious nature. I figure, if the knowledge and information is readily available for us, then why not learn? I ' ve learned that if I practice, try something new, and put myself into it, then I can do it. It is this nature that has not only helped me to earn a 3.95 G.P.A. and become fluent in five languages, but to challenge myself through more fun activities such as starting a Tai Chi club on campus, learning to juggle and becoming a Duncan Yo-Yo Master. It is really this perspective that I take on learning that has led me to pursue my academic studies. I don ' t see myself as having missed out on anything, because on the other hand, I ' ve experienced many other things that other people haven ' t. One of my high school teachers once commented about me skipping high school. She said, " I though to myself, ' Gee, Clark is going to miss out on high school. ' Then I thought to myself, ' So what? ' " I try to just take things easy and not let competition, grades, and classes get to me. In the future, I hope to attent a joint M.D.-Ph. D. program and then go into biomedical research. And then I ' ll start exploring all those possibilities of life after school. Philip J. Suhr BA Econ Bus Young D. Suhr BA Economics Victor F. Sulit BS Biology Scott C. Sullinger BA Econ Bus Moya E. Sullivan BA Mod Dance Shannon Sullivan BA Political Science 230 Seniors Stephanie Sullivan R Fnulish Wendy Sullivan B Soridlouv Sherri S. Suto BA Econ lntI Michelle Suzuki BA EnRlish John M. Sway BA Economics Veda R. Szeto BS Psychobiology Kamran Tabibzadeh Rita S. Tadros BS P ' vrhobiology BA Psycholo: mm Blerida Tagata Eric R. Taitano Sandra Takatsuka Julie Takebayashi BA English BA Comm Stds Bus BA PsycholoRy BA Foster K. Tarn BS Mechanical Eng Yvette V. Tarn BA Economics oyce Tamanaha BA English Mario Tamayo BA Psychology Lowell O. Tan BA Sociology Takeshi T. Tanaka Christeen Taniguchi BA Film TV BA Histor Aileen Tapanes BA English Susann E. Tattini BA Theatre Arts Alma Tavares BS Appid Math Lisa A. Taylor BS Electrical Eng Scott A. Taylor Hovig Tchalian BA Political Science BA Engi Econ Stephen C. Tan BS Comp Sci Eng Dawn Tarkington Fred Tatasciore Scott M. Tatro BA Span ' l ino BA Theater BA Geography Carmen D. Tellez BA Poltical Science Seniors 231 Walter J. Temshiv Sarah Tennyson Irina Tentser BS Civil Eng BAHistoiA BA Conim Sicis Armine Ter-Hacopian Susanna ter Jung BA Psychology BA Econ Bus Nadia Termanini BA Econ Bus Terry Terrones BA History Debra Thompson BA Psychology Sarah E. Tilton BA Amer Stds Le-Xuan Thai BS Applcl Math Ace S. Thayer BA Psychok Greg Thompson BA Sociology Karen L. Thomas BA En Ulish B - ' Jl ■ Miki H. Thomas Staci L. Thomas BA Political Science BA Theatre Arts Anna C. Thomsen James L. Thurston Sheileen J. Tilden Renee L. Tilley BA Anthr()|) ili) BA Economics BA Psychok)gy BA History Angela C. Ting BA Economics Imelda Tio BS Psychobit)logy Ann E. Tischler BS Kinesiology Fung To BA Econ Bus David Tokheim BA English Jason E. Tolin BA English Brian T. Toombs BA Econ Bus Allison L. Toplitt BA Comm Stds John G. Torell BA Econ Bus Heather E. Todd BS Ecok Susan Torichigai BA English 232 Seniors Elva Torres Jesse Torres Portia R. Torres Yolanda Torres BA Politico Science BA Political Science BS Psychobiology BA Film T.V. Advice to FreshpeoDle 1.) Never, ever, go to any parties. 2.) Always do your homework. 3.) Always tell your professors how much you enjoyed their class. 4.) Never ask your parents for money. 5.) Declare your major in your first quarter. and never change it. 6.) Take as many math classes as you can. 7.) Don ' t wear a USC Trojan shirt on Bruin Walk. 8.) Join the UCLA Bowling Team. Really. 9.) Always feel free to disregard any of the above rules, except 7. -Arnold Sand Sociology Live in the dorms and get the dorm life experience, otherwise. your best friends will be your roommate and your television. | -Sam A. Chen Computer Science and Engineering Myadi vce is simple: be yourself. Don ' t worry about making the right impression on others so you can get into the right crowd. If you are being yourself, you ' ll end up in the crowd that ' s right for who you really are. | -Adam Ross Sociology junji Toshima BA Political Science Maryam Towfigh BA Comm Stcis Elana Towne Randall Townsend BA Art History BS Geography Giao Tran BS Comp Sci E nS Kw ' " ' ■ ] K 1 I " i 1 1 Huy D. Tran BS Electrical Eng Phong T. Tran BS Comp Sci Phuong M. Tran BS Electrical Er O Gia L. Trasatti BA Psychology Thomas Treanor BA Economics Andrew Trilling Adrian Triminio Suzie Trinh BA Political Science BA Political Science BA Political Science Diane L. Trostle BA Cog Sci Seniors 233 §M Eileen R. Trulock BA French Hong-Ha M. Truong BA Psychobiology Lynette W. Tsai BS Biology Tami Tsark BA Film T.V. Sophia Tse BA Psychology Albert K. Tseng BA Economics Angela C. Tsibouris Edwin Tso BA Political Science BS Electrical Enm Richard Y. Tso BS Electrical Eng Chris M. Tsuneishi Steven T. Tullar BS Kinesiology BA Economics V JSh « h 1 B% ' i m H B w 1! r L - i ' li r i Robert D. Tunnel! BS Appid Math C. Stuart Turner |nna Turovsky Jill L. Tyler BA Political Science BS Math Appid Sci BA Comm Stds Lori A. Tyner Masaaki E. Uchida BA Psv( hology BA Econ lntI Jill Uechi BS Kinesiology Andrew N. Ujiie BA Psychology Lianne A. Urada BA Psychology Amy B. Urena BA Sociology David S. Uri BA Econ Bus Judy P. Ursettie BA English Sitha Su Uy BS Psychobiology Elisabet Vaccaro BA Political Science Marguerite Valdes BA Psychology Sarah Valentine Magdalena Valenzuela Lisa M. valle BA Sociology BA Political Science BA Psychology Patrick P. Valle BA Psych Bus 234 Seniors Mia Valles BA History Alecia Van Atta BA Economics Tania L. Van Herle BS Civil EiiR Laura Van Roy Alexandra VanEmricqs Glenn P. Vargas BS Biolosy BA French BA Econ Bus Senior Spotlight Miki Thomas Political Science went into the Army looking for a way to get through school, and I came out with a career. I was born and raised in Japan until the age of ten. When we came to California we moved to Fairfield which is near Travis Airforce Base. I remember sneaking over to the base during the Blue Angel and Thunderbird airshows. I was entranced by the thought of flying, and ever since I have dreamed of becoming a pilot, of proving to the military world that women can fly. But not only can they fly, but they can fly in combat, so here I am, a one- woman crusade. I admit it ' s a little scary being in the military right now with the war in the Persian Gulf War going on, but if I don ' t get a chance to go I will feel as if I am not doing my part. Plus, in any combat situation chances for promotion are higher. Promotion possibilities is a morbid way to look at a war, but this is my life, and I want to succeed. The army is not the only facet of my life though, but the army is what got me to UCLA, the other major aspect of my life right now. I am proud to have been able to put myself through school. Looking back, the real challenge of UCLAwasn ' tthe money, but making a contribution in my own unique way. UCLA is a dream come true for me, which seemed unattainable when I first arrived in the United States, not knowing the language and feeling alienated from society. Now I have a bright outlook on my future and I am confident of where I am headed because I believe in my ability of making goals and attaining them. I was recently commissioned as a Second Lieutenant and will be entering into a career as an Army Aviation Officer upon graduation. My long term goal is to be the United States ambassador to Japan. It ' s odd, but I entered the army so that I could finance my college career. Now that I ' ve made it to UCLA, although I ' m going to value my experience here dearly, I ' m going to return to what got me here in the first place. Dan Vasile BS Psychobiology David M. Vasquez BA Motion Pic T.V. Diana S. Vassall BA Miisir Kituwah Vaughan BA History Seniors 235 Mario Vazquez BA Political Science Cecilia Velasco BA Economics Nanette J. Vernengo BA Comnn English Jana L. Vicars BA Psvcholos Rudolfo Victoria Sharmaine Vidanage BA Amer Stds BA Comm Stds Noemi Villafranca David A. Villani Ronald G. Villanueva Kosol Vipapn Lien Dai T. Vo Dawn M. 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Yang BS Comp S( i ' Eng Pitsze Yang BA Econ Bus Victor S. Yang Wendy B. Yang BS Microbiology BS Cht ' mi( .il Eng Bertrand C. Yao BA Econ Bus Shirley Yap Adrienne Yarlett Burton Yarnell IV Lynn M. Yasui BS Chemical Eng BA Political Science BA Hist Art Hist BS Kinesiology Naoto Yasumi BS Chem Mate Sci Seniors 239 Jennifer A. Yates BA Political Sci Paul G. Yee BA English Paula Yeghiayan BS Bioloe Esther H. Yeh BA Econ Bus Gary Yeh BA Economics May Yeh BA Psycholc Michael Yeh BS Bio Yizu R. Yeh BA Economics Betty L. Yen B A Music Pert ' Gene Yen BS Psychobic Hsiao C. Yen BA East Asian Stds Eric K. Yeung BS Chemistry Yau-Lun Yeung BS Math Apld Sci Eunsook Yi BA Psychol Heidi Yi BA Hist Art Hist Edward T. Ying BS Aerospace Ens Soo J. Yi BA Psvch BLi WonS. Yi Arthur C. Ying BA Economics BS Aerospace Eng Katherine H. Yoo BA Economics Reuben Yoo BS Biochemistr Hea-Jin Yoon BS Biology Hyungsuk Yoon BS Chem Mate Sci Ruth S. Yoon BA Psychology Arlene Yoshida BA Sociology Michelle A. Yost Alan Young Marie Monique Young BA Political Science BA Political Science BA Music Perl Ed 240 Seniors Mark Young Benjamin Yu BA History ' BS Biolosv Eun)u Angel Yu BA Wdiiirns Stds John E. Yu BA Economics Joyce C. Yu BS Mcith AppldSci Lily S. Yu BA Enelish Michelle L. Yu BS Biol Helen N. Yuen BA Lin Michael M. Yuge BA Poli Sci Bus Hokon B. Yun 5A E( ( )n )nii( s Hyesin Yun BA Economics Elaine Yutan BS Biology Wilawan Yuthrayard Jeffrey Zabarsky BA Economics BS Comp Sci Er J. Kathleen Zagala BS Political Science Yvonne Zagala BA Psychok Christopher Yusi BA Historv Ronald Zamora BS Aerospace Eng Matthew Zberg Kimberly Zdobnikow Thomas J. Zehnder Timothy Zehnder Marielena Zeledon Dennis S. Zell BA History BA Political Science BA Music B A Music BS Appld Math BS Political Science Lance M. Zeno BA History Caroline Zouloumian BS Math EngI Ines I. Zukic BA Theater Jeffrey A. Zumwalt BS Mechanical Eng Seniors 241 fjormi ENcm :i .- " ' -ir i » » ■ R mi ERING Undergrads j Photo by Sam Chen isiS Sakmah Abdullah Pedram Abrari Julie Alexander Tamianne Alvarez Charito B. Amor Gloria Aguilar Tracy Akins Bahram Alavynejad " Ilk Keith Alexander Bruin Firsts Hooray! You ' ve been accepted to UCLA! Chuck Tuffli Hooman Allayee Sophia Alvarez I ft s Shamsah Amersa w w Anarbol Q. Anaya 244 Undergraduates Brad Angega Edwin C. Antonio Anouk Arreygue Candice Atherton Patrick Auerbach Shahrad Aynehchi Haiuna Baba Beatriz Bagatsing Bruin Firsts A Bruin ' s first time dealing with phone enrollment " You have just dropped all your classes. Press zero to return to the function menu. Tom Baker Hanju Bang Ali M. Banki Nancy Barragan Matt Barrett Jacob Bayani Undergraduates 245 Althea V. Borell n John Brandolino Hans Braumelster Rosa Bravo Daniel Brennan Bridget Briggs Antone Bryant Kelly J. Bryant Erin Burns Rico Calara Julie S. Calimquim George Callow ■ ■■• l? . Jennifer Carpenter Leslie Carr Sandra Carrera Fidel Carrillo Rosalia Casarez Priscila E. Castillo ka Cedillos Calvin Chan Donald K. Chang Doris P. Chang Pota Todd Chang Caroline Chellamy 246 Undergraduates Yvonne S. Cheling Abraham Chen Lisa Chen Peter Chen Stan Chen Bruin Firsts Your first experience walking up Bruin Walk J Mel Mtranda Dennis Childs Swan Chin lliam Chin Kelly Ching Julie Chiu Stephen Chen Clark Cheng Pam Cheng Louise Chi Grace B. Cho Undergraduates 247 Sam Choe Paul J. Chrisopoulos Daniel Chung Giovanni Coglitore Bruin Firsts First attempt at finding your classes Ramon Colinayo Rodney Collins Danamaye Cooper Michati Cuoper Josie Corral Jennifer Choi m Harrison Chuang Jon Cinmon Charmaine Colina Dan Cortright 248 Undergraduates Kathy Crowe Mitch Cumstein Martin L. Cunningham Tim Curlee Kaymaria Daskarolis Victoria E. Davidson Muntu Davis Cindi Delany Thy Dinh Djallon Dinwiddie Melissa Dodge Kristine Domingo John Donoghue Eric S. Drucker Robert Ducut Shannon Dudding Helen El Mallakh Timothy E. Elliott Heidi M. Elowitch John Erb David Erdstein Samuel Espiritu Tim Evans Maria Fajatin •7 David J. Farmar Laura Fauth Patrick Ferguson David Fetterman Ken Fisher Kristin Flatley Undergraduates 249 Harriet Florentino Ruth Flores Vanessa Flores Jamie Flynn Kara Francis Stacy Frand Nancy Frey Lesley Friedland Patricia Fuen tes Ramin Gabaizadeh Jeremy Gabus Jimmy Gao . " 1 MSu i I Anita Garcia Dennis Garcia Edna Garcia Jose L. Garcia Laura Jean Garcia Ronald Garcia " «r| i ' Rafad Herrera Garcia Edward Gelb Donna Gerardi Anne Gerry Michael Gersten Daniel A. Gertmenian iJegar Ghafouri Julie Giacopuzzi James David Glaes Patrick R. Gonzales Raul Gorospe Lenna Gostanian 250 Undergraduates Hillary R. Graham Mark Gruber Rainier Guiang Sharon Guzman I Dave Hall John Gramowski Raleigh Grantham Karin Graver Robert Gray Joanna E. Griffin Bruin Firsts First time attending a large lecture Golareh Hamid Omid Hamid Undergraduates 251 Morgan Hart Jeff Hartman Joseph Hatamian Lauren Hendricks ulik Cyrus Hekmat Stephen Henderson Bruin Firsts Receiving your first of many parking tickets n n Katherine-Marie Hines Stephanie Hirata John HIavac Kirsten Holmes Alisha HornsDy Eric Hsieh 252 Undergraduates Gracie Hsu Jeff Hsu Linden C. Hsu Ll-Peng Helen Hsu Dennis Huang Linda Yu-Fang Huang a - -A Tom Huang Laurence Hughes Sharon Lynn Intia Armine Ishkanian Hiroshi Ishikawa Mohamed Isma Teresa Jen Myra Jimenez Karia Johnson Noah Johnson Samuel T. Johnson Randy Kaiden ar: . Kristen D. Kalski Darren Kameya Chris S.K. Kang Jane Kang Simon Kangavari Shinsuke Katsumoto Undergraduates 253 Sam Kaufman Eric Kim Katty Kim Bruin Firsts Madi Kim First party experience Wl " , Sehyurig Kim Shin Jung Kim Jennifer Key Hui Do Kim Kyung Nam Kim Ronald Kim Yong S. Kim Yoojin Kim Sheri Reva Kobulnick Julie Koch 254 Undergraduates f .wc Alexa Koenig Brian Kosobayashi Venu Kotamraju Kelly Krai Kelly Kriwanek Priscilla Kwan Wonchang La Lisa Lai fm Hao T. Lam Bruin Firsts Erik Landswick First visit to SHS after your first party Chuck Tuffh Linda Lai n 1 Danthanh Lam Catherine Lamb Sandra Lau Undergraduates 255 « Alexander Lee Alice Lee L L Bruin Firsts Amy Lee Writing your first paper -4? Kristen Lawrence Patricia Lawrence Nina Le Phi-Oanh Le Thien Le Albert H. Lee Cindy Macklin 256 Undergraduates Abby Lin Jensen Lin Michael Lin Tony K. Lin Tate Linden Yvonne Liu Christian M. Lisine r : ' Richard Lo Sharon Lo Steve Loh Monica Lopez Randy Lorenzo Elizabeth Robin Loss Alma Loya Ralph Lua Joey Liu Chris Lombardi Michele Luna Se ' Zachary Lynch Brian J. Maas Albert Macias John Magana Greg Maggioncalda Michael Magturo Undergraduates 257 Heidi Manger Gregory F. Manning Tanya Manning Yvonne Mao Christer Marholev Noemi Marquez n ii Brandi Martinez Rosa H. Martinez Michelle Mascarenhas Masako Masuda Todd McAteer Shawn McKinney Christy L. Medrano Patrick C. Meighan Markus Memmert Albert Mendall III Arthur Mendoza Kim Miller 1 Jeffrey Mills Johanna Mills Byung Kyu Min Darius A. Miranda Mel Miranda Matthew Mitchell Gregg Mittenhuber Sachiko C. Miyaji I J Haidee Moncera Gustavo A. Mondragon Celeste Monroe Mayda E. Montes 258 Undergraduates Irene Morcos Tracy Morgan Garrett Muranaka Thirumoolani Napolitani Jose Nava Bruin Firsts First attempt at bar hopping with a fake I.D. . Charles P. Newbery Chuc Duy Nguyen Lan Nguyen Sam Chen Guillermo Navarro Devorah Nazarian EIke S. Nelson JB Ann Margaret Nevarez Pamela Ng Theodore Nicholas Tricia Ochoa Undergraduates 259 Barry Oh Janine Ouyang Patricia Page Todd Pam Stacey S. Park Julie Ohara Kathy Olitomo Don Ong, Jr. Cliris Operson Bruin Firsts When you first realize you need a job Renee Santibanes Martin Orgel Lynn Padilla 1 « Robert Page Tess Paragas Tim Han Park 260 Undergraduates Katie Parker Corky Pasquil Puneet Pasrich Christel Pauli Adam Peacocke Chetera Perez Brian Petersen Ramin Peyman Van Phan Marjeritta Phillips Kelly Querido _ I I L ' Siomara Ramirez Rhonda R. Rangel Nikki Kanglas Donald Quinn Alisa Rabin Gelareh Rahbar Pejman J. Rahimian Mohammad Rahimi Jonathan Raines Amy Rambach Lisa Rapaport Vicki Rapaport Birgit Rasmussen f% h i Amir Razavi Regina Ravetti Henning Reichardt Richard Rey Un Song Rhee Bryan A. Richards Undergraduates 261 Lou Richie, Jr. Maricela Rios Jim Robbins Dawn Roberts Rocio Rocha Eliza Rodriguez i Christopher Rondholz Julio Rosa Sandra A. Rose Cindy Rubin Craig X. Rubin Jonathan Ruiz V Jenni Russell Afshin Saadat Jose Saavedra Dan Saffer Peter Sail Leslie Salazar i ik h ■JS ' a } WA George Salib All Salim Eloisa " Lisa " Sanchez Renee L, Santibanes James Schimmoller Renee Scola li Kath ee Seares Shan Serafin Payam Shadi Noosha Shaheedy Tara Sheridan Cindi Shih 262 Undergraduates Jennifer Shin Linda Shively David Shukiar Chiristy Siaveles Mark L. Siegel Maya C. Smiley Bruin Firsts Your first run in with tourists Chuck Tuffli Christine Smith Laurie Elaine Smith Cindy Smukler Mahala Snyder Francis Soriano Kim Staff Jerfrey Stanger Stacey Sternberg Amber Erin Stevens Undergraduates 263 .t : " £ Richard Strauss Dawn Stone Sunny Sung Laura Lee Swan Behzad Tabatabai John Tai Bruin Firsts First all-nighter Cindy Macklin I r Seigo Takayoshi Kirk Tamaddon Carmela Tan Janet Tanasugarn Terry Tang J. Derek Tanji James Tarin Chris Taylor Jill A. Taylor 264 Undergraduates 1 Sharon Tejada Kimberly C. Thomas Debby Thompson Greg Thompson Tiffany Thurmond Scott Tiano Jenny Tiet Abdula Towfigh Jeff 8. Tradd ■sr mx i Brian Tran mij: Kirstine M. Troiano Jeffrey C. True Gene Tsai Mike Tran Yvonne Tsai Hung Quang Truong Robert Trazo Steve Tsang lliam Valdez Susan Valdivia Ben Valencia Glenn Valois Mike Vekselman Victor Villalobos Undergraduates 265 Janet Villarmla Meg Vinton Thanh Vo Michelle Voss DucVu David Waghalter Leslie A. Walker lliam Walsh Tim Wang Siriruch Wansom Arvli Ward Andrew Washburn Michelle Wellington Rachel A. West 1 Jennifer Whitelaw Greg Wickersham Trina Wiggins Keith Wixson Lindy Wolf Jimmy Wong Lisa W. Wonj Rosamond Wong Brian Woods Forrest Wright Phil Wright Brian Wu 266 Undergraduates Shahryar T. Yadegar Young Kyung Yang Edwin Yau Michelle Ybarra Bruin Firsts First time out in the real world Tim Yee Sam Chen Dominic S. Yung Hubert Zecha Azita Zendehdel Xin Yuan Zhong Teri Zunlga James C. Yl Loretta Yuan Masayuki YukI Undergraduates 267 Picture Yourself FIRST PLACE - " I Bet Mine ' s Bigger Than Yours " Scott Good, Stu Johnson, Matt Duncan,Todd Jefferson 268 Picture Yourself ' There is Only One Michael Jordan Tiffany Thurmond and Aba-Yawa Ngissah Skateboarding is a Way of Life ' Boaz Milgalter ' Bang Your Head ' Paul Bundling " Stairway to Heaven " Sproul 4 South Picture Yourself 269 Starfleet Class of 1991 " Deborah Duricka " High Five " Philip Crabbe and Faraz Kerendi " Coconut Pet " Tom Park, Pat Meighan, Sara Dobson, and Jennifer Klay " A CSO ' s Walk Through Hell " Matt Werner, Brett Craig,Garrett Greedy CSO 270 Picture Yourself Picture Yourself " Picking Up Men " Sandy Rose, Mike Sanders, and Stan Chen Picture Yourself 271 ■ ■ ■ ■ Picture Yourself " Joel ' s Fulchrum " Stan Chen, Joel Rabin, and Jason Zemanovic " Getting A Little Carried Away " Eliza, Kim, Pamela, Kristen, Anna, Sanay, Josh " Air Joe " Joe Mode 212 Picture Yourself " Revenge of the Rieber Deli Crew " " I Should Get A Girlfriend Who Lives Closer ' Dana Novotny, Chris Zebley, and Peter Chen Jaime Moore " Dealing With Peer Pressure " i-iugh Cadden " Can ' t Touch This " Camden Steele Robinson and Carey Robinson Picture Yourself 273 " Workout Schmirckout ' Jam in Eiseman " The Cram Slam " Afshin Safavi and Frankie Mo 1 ■HL H| f l HK L 1 MRk ' hT IIm . r =_iu -ij| " -- Fritz Said It Would Be Like This ' Nicole Nalimias and Orit Nahmias ' It Would Be Easier If You Used Your Hands " Issac Ricliardson, Ciiuck Nguyen, and jet ' f Mills 274 Picture Yourself ■■■■■■■■■I Picture Yourself ' Rieber Security on Duty ' Blake Eikenberry " 8-Ball in the Corner Pocket " Jaime Moore, Andy Lapin, and Tim Wasliington Picture Yourself 275 Picture Yourself " Another Unsuspecting Male Victim of P.M.S. ' Tiffany Thurmond and Aba-Yawa Ngissah, and Danny Lopez 276 Picture Yourself I vm n K t ► ■ » jJL i m IRi ■ " H m mm ' y- " Setting a Screen ' Tom Van Artsdalen Surf ' s Up Dude " Chris Deb re r " Women ' s Rugby- We ' re Looking For A Few Good Men ' Devon Deming " Is The Miami Vice Look Still In? " Tom Park, Pat Meighan, Espie Rodriguez, Sara Dobson and Jennifer Klay Picture Yourself 277 - The Result of A Good Pick Up Line ' jody Rosano and Matt McNicholas " Oops.. .Sorry About That ' Pat Meighan and Tom Park " Howz ' About a Little Kiss " Chris Massey and Juan Halcon " Impressions of An Egyptian Pyramid " Shawn Barefield, Collette jacobus, Tanya Wady and janiece Williams 278 Picture Yourself Picture Yourself " The Chair.. .There ' s A Nice Ring To That ' Sproul 4 South Picture Yourself 279 Greeks Asian Greek Council UCLA Chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Counci 282 286 Interfraternity Council Panhellenic Council Groups Greeks Groups 290 323 350 Photo courtesy of Delta Delta Delta Chi Alpha Delta CHI FACTS Date Founded: April 5, 1929 Where Founded: UCLA Colors: Lavendar and green Open Motto: Esse Potius Quam Videri Flower: Wisteria " To live to bring beauty into the lives of others; To let truth cast out all fears and prejudice; To find beauty in all the common things of life. This is our symphony. " -The Chi Alpha Delta Creed Clarissa Aesquivel, Alice Akahoshi (Scholarship Chairman), Tara Akashi, Angela Chang, Charlene Chang, Lisa Chinn, Barbara Choi, Cathy Choy (Treasurer), Danamaye Cooper, Vonceil Chun, Debbie Duong, Debra A. Fong, Lyane Fong, Mitzi Fong, Sara Fung, Tammy Gee, Diane Goya, Kathleen Hirose, Linda Hsia, Linda Huang, Grace Jo, Laurel S. Joe , Ann Kawai (Historian), Jennifer Kawata, Kathy Kawata, Jennifer Kim, Tina Kim, Priscilla Kwan, Denise Kosaka, Mari Kuramoto, Michelle Kuramoto, Sandra Lau, Elizabeth H. Lee, Janet Lee, Jean Lee, Jennifer Lee (President), Jimin Lee, Joann Lee, Nancy P. Lee, Maria Liao, Abby Lin, Manda Louie (Pledge Mistress), Lora Ma, Nancy Mao, Sabrina Mar (Corresponding Secretary), Mayumi Matsunaga, Chiaki Miura, Melanie Murakami, Aileen Nakano, Kim Nakazono, Wendy Nosse, Pauline Obata (Treasurer), Carolyn Oga, Kim Okano, Patty Pinanong, Juli Ro, Laurie Sato, Katie Scheding, Colleen Seto, Susan Shimazu, Jennifer Sogawa, Liane Sorakubo (Social Chairman), Julie Sueoka, Yuki Takeuchi, Susanna Toy, Stephanie Tsai, Kristin Dm, Cynthia Ung, Kecia Won, Arita Y. Wong, Soo J. Yi, Hea-Jin Yoon. H Welcoming prospective Chis to their end-of-rush tea, Carolyn Oga and Chiaki Miura decorate before the final rush event. H New pledges get into the Chi spirit at a service project by proudly flashing their letters. 282 Asian Greek Council Lambda Phi Epsilon CO LAMBDA FACTS Date Founded: Feb. 25, 1981 Where Founded: UCLA Colors: Blue and white Open Motto: To be leaders among men. Philanthropy: National Asian Pacific Legal Consortium " To provide services in the best interests of our community and university, encourage personal growth, increase Asian awareness, and to aid in each other ' s quest in achieving their fullest potential. " -Lambda Founders Andy Amamoto, David Bang, True Bui, Alan Chan, Michael Chan, Lyall Chun, Mm Chung, Thomas Chung, Romeo DeCastro, John Paul DeJesus, Danny D|ang, Stanley Du, Matthew J. Endo (Pledge Dad), Rainier Guiang (Social Chairman), Randy Hamamoto, John Hayashi, Peter Hong Rex Hsei, Roger Hsu, Marc Ibanez, Hiroshi Ishikawa, Makoto Jitodai, David Kang, Joseph Kang Charles Kim, David Kim(Secretary), Edward Kim, Eric Kim, Thomas Kim, Tony Kim, Bryan Kimura Alan Kwan, John La, Anthony Lee, George Lee (Treasurer), Jay Lee, Brian Leung, Herman Leung David Lin, Andrew Lu, Leander Manzano, Jose Mendoza, Brett Nagatani, Earl Navalta (President) Hung Pham, Jay Rhee, Charles Ro, Gene Seto (Vice President), Akibo Shieh, David Shin , Craig Takiguchi, Andy Ujiie, Joe Vu, Don Williams, David Wong, Wai Wong, John Yim. H Creating a Lambda in their special way, some brothers get together to form their main letter during the annual Ski Trip. H The " Outlaws, " the 1 990-9 1 Lambda pledge class, get together for a group photo on their all-time favorite street, Lambda Place. Asian Greek Council 283 Omega Sigma Tau I OMEGA FACTS Date Founded: 1966 Where Founded: UCLA " May we always walk the steps of brotherhood together, and never fight to be king of the hill. " -Unknown Alan Aledia, Blake Arakaki, John Bucks, Max Castillo, Louis Chau, Jeff Chiu, Erik Choy, Kevin Chu. Harrison Chuang, Peter Chuang, Philipp Embuido, Greg Endow, Tim Eng, Doug Hamamoto, Yosh Ho, Dave Hsiefi, Jimmy Hsieh, James Huang, John Inouye, Dean Isa, Hank Ishigame, Greg Kita, Steve Koboyashi, Marvin Kuan, Tony Kuo, Eric Lau, Mike Lau, Warren Lau, Tony Lee, Dave Lerer, Donald Lin, Paul Liu, Kevin Louie, James Lodenquai, Lance Matsumura, Eric Mayo, Lance Morimoto, Ken Mukai, Ken Nakada, Eddie Nakamoto, Lane Nakamura, Kevin Nguyen, Kha Nguyen, Kikuo Nishi, Wes Oda, Glen Ogasawara, Shel Ogasawara, Alric Oishi, Bobby Okinaka, Mark Okohira, Dave Ono (President), Mark Orne, Ken Oyadomari, Charles Ro, Dean Sakihara, Ed Sato, Steve Shigekawa, Ken Shimabuku, Keith Shiozaki, Darryl Tam, Steve Tan, Rob Tomooka, Bill Tang, Quan Tran, Brian Tran, Joe Tseng, C. Tsuneishi, Eric Udagawa, Warren Umali, Darren Urada (Service Chair), Lee Urquidi, Benny Wang, Rich Wang (1st V.P.), James Wei, Keith Whang, Rich Wong, Stuart Wong (Fundraiser Chair), John Yang (2nd V.P.), Marvin Yee, Elbert Yen, Richard Yoon, Dean Yoshitani. H Omega dogs were the hot snack at Mardi Gras, especially when served by this bunch of spirited Omegas. H Mark Okahira visits with the residents of Keiro Nursing Home, located in Gardena. H The Omega pledges let the whole world know just who they are during their Bid Night. H Together with the Long Beach Sigmas, the Omega men accompany some children to the Children ' s Museum. 284 Asian Greek Council Theta Kappa Phi THETA FACTS Date Founded: June 4, 1959 Where Founded: UCLA Symbol Flower: Pearl Rose Colors: Rose and light rose Open Motto: Quod semper, et obique, et ob omnibus " To promote friendship and service to the university and community, and to further the scholastic achievements of its members. " -Theta Kappa Phi purpose TTTTrnJTJJJfff— ' - 4 I I Allison Chan, Katie Chu (Fundraising Chairman), Stephanie Doi, Joy Dunn, Traci Endo, Melbourne Fagella, Maria Fajatin, Jennifer Feng, Lisa Fujimoto, Mia Fung, Darlene Gee (Treasurer), Karen Gohata (Pledge Mistress), Tami Higa, Kelly Hikido (Recording Secretary Academics), Vicky Huang, Lisa lino, Tricia Ishimoto, Connie Jaio, Gma Jamero (Corresponding Secretary), Trisha Jen, Candy Lee, Elizabeth Lee, Samantha Lee, Stacie Loo, Janls Louie, Julie Low, Stacy Maeda, Nora Masuo, June Matsumoto (Social Chair), Miwa Matsuno, Jan Morimoto, Monica Moy, Arlene Naito, Jennifer Nguyen, Nhi Nguyen, Trasey Nomachi, Christina Ohshima, MItzi Phung, Yoshie Sakai, Rina Sasaki, Stephanie Sasaki (President), Edna Sasis, Elizabeth Shieh, Jessica Shigemura, Kimi Suehiro, Tracy Suzuki, Julie Takaki, Yoko Takenaka, Kimi Tamura, Marilyn Tsang, Anne Tsuchiyama, Linda Whang, Sarah Whang, Karma Wong, Mary Wong, Shirley Wu, Karen Yamabe, Daphne Yang, Kariann Yokota. H Bedrock residents travel through time to make guest appearances at Theta ' s Big ' N Li! Sis Potluck. B " Boxers and bowties " brought out smiles from the close-knit Thetas. I First pledge meeting jitters are set aside after Arlene Naito, Rina Sasaki, and Traci Endo receive carnations from the welcoming actives. Asian Greek Council 285 UCLA Chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Council Council Officers Jessica Goldberg ( 1 St Vice President, DST), Tracy Henderson (Corresponding Secretary, AKA), Rhonda Jacobs (Treasurer, ZPB), Lybroan James (President, PBS), Mark McCannon (2nd Vice President, KAP), Erica Price (Parliamentarian, ZPB), Dawn Tarkington (Recording Secretary, AKA). ■ Members of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority take time out from thier busy schedules to get together and hang out on Bruin Walk. Phi Beta Sigma had an exchange with Theta Xi and kept busy learning their routine for the Annual UCLA Step Show, which was held in Pauley Pavilion. Zeta Phi Beta was busy planning the Annual Toy and Food Drive during fall quarter, and the Annual Fashion Show during spring quarter. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC. Date Founded: Jan. 15, 1908 Where Founded: Howard University, Washington D.C. Colors: Pink and Green Symbol: Ivy Flower: Tea Rose Philanthropy: Historical Black Colleges and Universities and Cleveland Job Corp. " The journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step . . . one that we ' ve already taken. " - Unknown ROSTER Neffetiti Austin (President), Angelique Bond, Fontina Brown, L. Ractiel Buckner, Gia Ctieltenham (Treasurer), Monica Dolby, Lori Franklin, Tamyko Gaines (Social Chairwoman), Halona Harrison, Tracy Henderson, Mercedes Lee, Paige Malcolm, Ctiarisse Meigs (Secretary), Kamala Rickett, Shawnda Riley, Malika Saored, Bridgette Smith, Toiya Smith, Marchelle Sowell (Vice President), Dawn Tarkington, Stacy Tate, Staci Walker (Rush Chairwoman), Latricia Warren, Caprice Willard. 286 Greeks ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. Date Founded: Dec. 4, 1906 Where Founded: Cornell University, Ithica, New York Colors: Black and Old Gold Open Motto: First of All, Servants of All, We shall Transcend All Flower: Yellow Rose " Many are called, but few are chosen... " - Gamma Xi Chapter ROSTER Lance Scott Allice (Co-Social Chairman), Michael Ball, Eric L. Barnum (Rush Chairman), Brian Davis, Lawrence Dotson, Vaughn Gill (Vice President), Willie F. Harper (President), Clayton James Haynes (Treasurer), Lawrence Hinckle, Craig Holden (Secretary), Phil Johnson, Derek Knight, Reginald Love, Otis Moon, Kente Scott, Mark Sion, Michael Thomas, Michael R. Walker, Brenton Wynn (Co- Social Chairman). DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. Date Founded: Jan. 13, 1913 Where Founded: Howard University, Washington D.C. Colors: Crimson and Cream Open Motto: Intelligence is the Torch of Wisdom. Flower: African Violet Philanthropy: Various " When I look at you, I see myself. If my eyes are unable to see you as my sister, it is because my own vision is blurred. And if that be so, then it is 1 who need you either because I do not understand who you are, my sister, or because I need you to help me understand who I am. " - Lillian P. Benbow ROSTER Rebecca Alleyne. Jessica Brooks, Lauren Brown (First Vice-President), Rachel Brumfield, Sheryn Gayles.MuluHaile (Second Vice-President), Latreece Johnson (Treasurer), Robin Juarez, Gina Lewis, Marsha Mitchell (Social Chairwoman), Kimberly Moffatt (President), Elizabeth Talley, Cecilia Tails, Stacey Washington (Secretary), Dayna Woods. Greeks 287 UCLA Chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Council OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC. Date Founded: Nov. 17, 1911 Where Founded: Howard University, Washington D.C. Colors: Royal Purple Old Gold Open motto: Friendship is essential to the Soul. " The Value of our Fraternity is not in numbers, but in men. Eight men thoroughly immersed in true Omega spirit are far greater assets than eighty with lukewarm enthusiasm. " -Omega Founders ROSTER Wonde Messaye (President), Brad Walker (Vice- President), Glen Hunter (Secretary). H Marsha Mitchell gives the Delta sign. The UCLA Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was the first Black Sorority to be founded on the UCLA campus in 1923. KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY, INC. Date Founded: Jan. 5, 1911 Where Founded: Indiana University, Bloomington, IN Colors: Crimson and Cream Open motto: Achievement in every field of human endeavor. Flower: Red Carnation " I pledged, did you? I know you didn ' t because you ' re wearing gold, purple or blue... " -Kappa Alpha Psi ROSTER Adam Bell III (President), Mark McCannon (Vice- President), Tony White (Secretary), Michael Corey Whitted (Treasurer). 288 Greeks PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY, INC. Date Founded: Jan. 9, 1914 Where Founded: Howard University, Washington D.C. Colors: Royal Blue and White Open Motto: Culture for Service and Service to Humanity Flower: Carnation Philanthropy: UNCF " I said it once, I ' ll say it again, all the ladies love Sigma men. " -Nu Delta Chapter ROSTER John Augustine (Secretary), Donovan Carter, Duane Davis, Reggie Ginn (President), Miguel Guerrero, Duane Hayforth (Vice President), Jotin Jackson (Treasurer), Sidney Jackson (Rush Chairman), Lybroan James (Social Chairman), Jeff Johnson, David Jones, Antonio Macias, Darryl Marquette, Alex Molina, Gerald Reneau, Craig Snellings, Henry Thomas, Ron Thorton, Kerry Williams, Alan Wright. oden Center ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC. Date Founded: Jan. 16, 1920 Where Founded: Howard University, Washington D.C. Colors: Royal Blue and White Open Motto: " Ladies of the Dove " : Finer Womanhood, Scholorship, Community Service and Sisterhood Symbols: Dove and Kitten " My soror you ' re looking good today, but then a Zeta Lady looks good everyday... " -Nu Lambda Chapter ROSTER Monica Barrow, Diana Plake (Secretary), Estelle Freeman (Program Coordinator), Stacey Ford (Treasurer), Rhonda Jacobs (Vice President), Lauren Neal (President), Robin Nelson, Jolene Oliver, Erica Price (Membership Committee Chairwoman). H The ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha hold a fundraiser on Bruin Walk. Money from fundraisers go to sponsor community service projects such as the African Education Project, andtheDorsey High Big Sister Little Sister Program. H Say ho! Tyrone Jeffries, Willie F. Harper II, Frederick Watts, Brenton D. Wynn, and Kente S. Scott, steppers of Alpha Phi Alpha, step out in style. Along with being the only student organization to sponsor the annualMartin Luther King Week, held during the third week of winter quarter. Alpha Phi Alpha also sponsored the Malcolm X Celebration. I Just Chilin ' . Brenton Wynn, an Alpha Phi Alpha, and Rhonda Jacobs, a Zeta Phi Beta enjoy a sunny day on Brum Walk. Greeks 289 Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council saw many changes during the past year as it soughtto increase campus awareness of Greek involvement and interaction with the community. The implementation of various programs by IFC helped strengthen the 28 fraternities both internally and as cooperative organizations within a common system. Beginning in fall quarter, IFC began to enforce the UCLA Alchohol Policy at all fraternity functions. Security officers at the door, servers behind the bar, and alternative foods and beverages were just a few of the changes geared to lessening a fraternity ' s risk at social events. In efforts to clean up the environment, IFC also created the Row Clean-Up Program designed to keep Gayley, Landfair and Strathmore cleaner throughout the year. In addition they also developed a recycling program where each fraternity kept bins in their housesforvarious recyclable materials. Accordingto IFC president Sherrick Murdoff, the council helped the fraternities redirect their influence on campus: " IFC has become very proactive in governing the fraternities. With the help of our programming the houses have become more aware of campus issues and in turn the campus has become more aware of the benefits of the Greek system. " ■ Members ofthe Greek Community attend a workstiop during a greek leadership conference. Parker Beatty (Special Events Chairman), Matt Berg (Rush Chairman), Bob Doolittle (Philanthropy Chairman), Bill Edelman (Intramurals Chairman), Hans Fleming (Treasurer), Chris Flosi (Dir. of University Relations), David Gatzke (Second Vice President), David Greenberg (Chief Justice), Chris Keene (Dir. of Public Relations), Robert Klein (Justice), 290 Greeks Beta Theta Pi BETA FACTS Date Founded: Augusts, 1839 Where Founded: Miami University-Oxford, Ohio Colors: Delicate shades of pink and blue Open Motto: Kai Symbols: Dragon Flower: Rose Philanthropy: Homeless, American Red Cross O tn m Jeff Auker (Rush Cfiairman), Jeff Augustini, Steve Bader, Chris Barry, Mike Besnard, Jason Brady, David Bridgeman (Rush Chairman), Paul Bridgeman, Kent Brown, Jason Burkey-Skye, Chris Carson, Alan Castillo, Bryan Chandler, Travis Christ, Brohpy Christensen, Dave Clarke, Jim Crisera, Dermot Daly, Derek DePetra (Social Chairman), John Dwyer, Paul Efstathlu, Matt Evans, Andrew Fedelli, Greg Fischbeln, Matt Fojut, Matt Foley, Tom Frisch, Tom Frost, Mike Gaskins, Ramsey Gayner, Buddy Gervais (President), Tim Hall, Ken Hoppe, Clegg Hubbell (Social Chairman), Matt Hult (Treasurer), Ian Jester, Ken Jillson, Ken Jones, James Keller, Darin Kettwig, Bob Kilduff, Chris Kolb, Matt Kremer (Rush Chairman), Mike Kristiansen, Jeff Lambert, Sean Lewis, Jeff Lundwall, George Lynch, Kyle Mamiya, John McCann, Rob McPhee, Mike McGlinn, Alex Mecias, Chris Momsen, Scott Massey, Paul Nauman, Teboho Nteso, Chris Ochoa, Blake O ' Neil, Rich Otera, Gregor Paradis, Dave Paulsell, Steve Payonzeck, Dave Reneker, John Renola, Mark Rohleder (Secretary), Kevin Rosen (Vice President), All Rounaghi, Sean Ryan, Jason Salzetti, Krish Sharma, Chris Skaff, Chris Slinger, Dan Trudeau, Keith Somers, Dave Villani, Andrew Wheeler, T.J. Wilscam. ■ Mike Gaskins and Mark Rohleder toast to their brotherhood at their semi-formal 1 990. I Beta Brothers, Chris Kolb and Mike Christensen, show us the Greek way. Greeks 291 Alpha Sigma Phi ALPHA SIG FACTS Date Founded: 1845 Where Founded: Yale University Colors: Cardinal and Stone Open Motto: " To better the man " Symbol: Tomahawk Flower: Talisman Rose " The cause is hidden, the results are well known. " -Eric Johnson ■ Relaxing at their Black and White formal are Jon Fragodt, Marc Maiman, Pete O ' Hara, and Mike Kalt. I Best of friends, Alpha Sigs express their brotherhood. H Sigs share a less than serious moment during rush. 292 Greeks f PI B t iP j ■ 1 J!y El ' H . ..,. Aram Aelony, Danny Alberghetti, Gil Baligad, Mark Benthian, Marty Boags, Corey Carillo, Jeff Chen, William Chow, Anthony Cortez, Josh Dicker, Jon Finnecy, Jonathan Fragodt (Treasurer), Todd Fulton, Chris Garcia, Dave Gatzke (Vice- President), Lewis Gildred, Tom Gillespie, Graham Gitlin, Geoff Graber, Sam Hamadeh (Rush Chairman), James Holl, Clark Huang, Blair Huizingh, Alex Hultgren, Scott Irwin, Eric Jenkins, Eric Johnson (President), Scott Jung, Michael Kalt (Social Chairman), Lee Kenney, Jin Kim, Chris Lane, Paul Lee, Derek Leek, Joey Liu, Ben Mack, Marc Maiman (Social Chairman). Brandon McKmney, Vince Messina, Tim Miller, Ed Morissey, Matt Nix (Rush Chairman), Pete O ' Hara, Mike O ' Malley, Vern Ragasa, Jaime Saucedo, Brian Schuster, Brian Shaw, Adam Singer, Chris Ulricht, Matt Weathers, Steve Woods, Mike Yakomovich (Secretary). H Brothers at their best before initiation. I Alpha Sigs and the marshmallow man with Geoff Graber, Chris Lane, Brandon McKinney and Tom Gillespie. H Showing off their letters are brothers Eric Johnson and Jaime Saucedo. Greeks 293 Alpha Tau Omega ■k ATO FACTS Date founded: Sept. 11,1865 Where founded: Virginia Military Institute Colors: Azure Blue and Gold Open Motto: Pi Epsilon Pi Flower: White Tea Rose Philanthropy: Big Brothers of L.A. " Mud sucks. " -Jeff Soble iWmi4 X]1 " x ' S ■ Dogpiled by brothers Matt Curtis, Don Marek, and Aaron Reed, is Phil Andrews at their Winter Formal on Catalina Island. ■ ATO Cavity Fighters remind their little sisters to always brush at their annual Little Sister Halloween Party. 294 Greeks Andrew Acosta, Todd Allen, Jim Ardell, Brad Avrit, Jim Bastian, Hal Berman, Todd Bertani, Jim Birdsong, Pat Blackburn, Glenn Briggs, Eric Brubacker, Brett Butler, Matt Callahan, Dean Cascarano, Mike Cassidy, Steve Chance, Gene Collins, Darren Comisso, Kennedy Cosgrove, Kevin Cunningham, Matt Curtis, Mike Deen, John Dunn, Steve Duron, Scott EIner, John Erikson, Jeff Ester, Scott Evans, Tim Evans, Darren Fitzgerald, Darin Garcia, Jason Goehring, Matt Gray, Clint Harrington (Rush Chairman), Scott Herrman, Christian Hudson, Pete Imlay, Derek Johnson, Jay Johnson, Greg Jones, Scott Jones, Trek Kelly, Eric Low, Tobi Linderman, Matt Mahoney, Noah Mamet (Social Chairman), Don Marek (President), Mike Marrero, Bernard McGraw, Andy Morrison, David Parry, Kelly Port (Vice President), Matt Reback, Dana Rice, Garren Roberts, Andy Saik, Jason Schirn, Neil Siecke, Chad Slining, Jeff Soble, Tim Stoecklein (Treasurer), Jim Strommer, Charles Tu, Jim Ulwelling, Steve Weiss (Secretary), Kevin Wittenberg. H Mike Marrero, Mark Huppert and Matt Reback hang tough at the Choner Luau. I Planning the attacit of ATO during an intramural flag football game, the men huddle to talk it over. Greeks 295 Delta Sigma Phi DELT SIG FACTS Date Founded: Dec. 10, 1899 Where Founded: College of the City of New York Colors: Nile Green and Carnation White Symbols: Lamp, Lute, and Gordian Knot Flower: White Carnation Philanthropy: March of Dimes " It ' s not a boys ' club. " -Preston Briggs I Delta Sigs and Kappa Deltas cheer on the Dodgers attheir " Dodger Blowout " exchange. I We ' re off! Preston Briggs and Danny Morihiro toast the driver on the Bago to Berkeley last fall. H Sun worshippers Jim Cristopoulous, Greg Polumbo, and Dave Leon grab a " Bud " on their barge. 296 Greeks WM mm iti Andy Babb, Preston Briggs, Steven Chahine, Jim Christopolous (President), Travis Gemoets, John Henning (Secretary), Bill Huff, Richard Jasen, An Klingman, David Krintzman, David Leon, Joseph Mann, Ryan McBride, Hank Meier, Michale Mittelman, Danny Morihiro, John Morehead (Vice President), Jonathan Murray, Joseph Nollar (Rush Chairman), Greg Palumbo, Joseph Perez, Mike Quintana (Social Chairman), Darian Rush, Arturro Ramirez (Treasurer), Richard Sanchez, Tom Tracy, Darius Vosylius, Mike Wyant. ■ Ryan McBride cleanses his soul (and stomach). I Danny Morihiro and Darius Vosylius engage in one of their favorite past times. I Joe Falso, Ken Probish, Tom Tracey and Brian Ober practice for the Rockette tryouts next fall. Greeks 297 Delta Tau De lta •t: Derrik Ammons, Kevin Andagan, Steve Aspey, Paul Bates, Mike Brady, Scott Charness, Steve Chinowsky, Jack Cowden, Steve Day, Chris DeRosa, Vic Desanti, Kevin Fairfax, Jonathon Farmer, Blair Foraker, Mike Friedman, Vince Fumari, Jeff Gavazza, Pat Hickey (President), John Hocut, Darren Hughes, Eric Isero, Andy Lapin, London Lawson, Leo Lee, Tom Linthorst, Tano Lombardo, Scott Lynch, Wei Mao, Gabriel McCaffrey, Ben Meyers, Pouya Mohajer, Jaime Moore, David Morales, Paul Mumford, Tim Myrtle (Social Chairman), Mike Nelson, Scott Parker, Chip Patterson, Albert Penilla, Paul Perrone, Chip Phillips (Secretary), Brett Powell (Rush Chairman), Terry Rusnak, Erick Schramm, Steve Smelser, Stephen Thomas, Manley Tom, Neil Treacy, David Uri (Treasurer), KenVonberg, Gary Walker, Mark Walsh, Daniel Weeks (Vice President), Terry White, Mike Williams, Vadim Yuzefpolsky, Mike Ziemienski, Attila Zink. H Receiving pecks on the cheek from two sorority girls is Steve Day. I Representing Delts at their National Convention in Idaho are Dave Uri, Pat Hickey, Ben Meyers, and Eric Schramm. H Purple Iris Ball, the Delts ' formal, brings Jamie Moore, David Uri, and Rich Geib closer together. 298 Greeks DELT FACTS Date Founded: 1858 Where Founded: Bethany, Virginia Colors: Purple, White, and Gold Flower: Purple Iris Philanthropy: Red Cross " At our house individuality reigns. If you cannot be yourself, you are nobody. " -Steve Day O m tn CO ■ A glowing Dan Weeks enjoys the company of some Alpha Chi Omegas at their Black Light Exchange. I Surf Trip of Spring 1990 brings Wei Mao and Steve Day together to enjoy the sunset after a long day of surfing at Jalama Bay. Greeks 299 Kappa Sigma 4 KAPPA SIG FACTS Date Founded: Dec. 10th, 1869 Where Founded: University of Virginia Colors: Scarlet, White and Ennerald Green Open Motto: Bononia Docet Symbols: Star and Crescent Flower: Lily of the Valley Philanthropy: Childhood Development Program, UCLA Medical Center 300 Greeks Jeff Aalfs, Reid Barbin, Eric Besner, Joel Blumberg, Jake Borcfiers, Scott Burton, Nick Califato-President, Todd Cataldo, Jonh Clark, Dovid Coplon, Dan Echots, Jotin Erb, Alfredo Foresco, Jason Gallien, Jamey Gottlieb-Secretary, Mark Guillen-Vice-President, Brent Hatdamack, Bill Herzog- Rush Chairman, Warren Higgms-Treasurer, Peter Imamura, mark Kapczynski, Sean Kilpatrick, Ron Kim, Wayne Koyama, Steve Lofi, Jonathan Lucas, Davis Minkus, Greg Morlkawa, Steve Moskowitz, William Nelson, Than Nguyen, Barry Oh, Sid Olmedo, Bob Olsen, Tom Otto, George Preciado, Todd Reeves, Timothy Rivera, Reynaldo Santos-Rush Chairman, Bill Schlaerth, Greg Seanholm, Michael Shumate, Brian Sidlow, Bennet So, Ryan Takenaga, Amarind Tan, Charles Tuffli, Charles Varela, Lonnle Viduarri, Dale VIx, Bill Walsh, Brad Wicke, Tom Wight, Keith Wurster, Leonardo Zendeias, David Zvonec. H " Splash and Bash " excitement catches on to Mark Kapscinski, Thang Nevgen, Rob Lehner, and Bennette So. I " Generic Pledge-Active " was loads of fun for Nick Califato and his date especially when Chuck Tuffli joined them. H Enjoying each others company are Lonnie Viduarri and Todd Christiansen during Kappa Sig ' s Splash and Bash. H Mardi Gras spirit is displayed by the brothers of Kappa Sig. Greeks 301 Lambda Chi Alpha Todd Abrahamson, Dan Aldrich, Brian Axe, Ron Barasch, Stere Barker (Social Chairman), Walt Becker, Aaron Behle, Jay Bettinger, James Binaski, Ross Borden, Dave Bowker, Chris Bradley, Bill Brown, Jeff Bui (Vice President), Mike Burns, Pete Cassiano, Mike Cerillo, Dave Chacon, Larry Clarke, Justin Cochrane, Dan Cowper, Alex Diehl, Bob Doollttle, Danny Douglas, Scott Douglas, Zorak Forgiarini, Will Forte, Robert Frackelton (President), Chris Frank, Gordon Froeb, Tim Gallegos, Chris Carman, Brett Glass, Russ Granger, Jim Hail, Brian Harms, Brian Haynes, Ed Hendricks, Steve Hiiddleson, Clark Hoover, Casey Horton, Sean Howard, Mark Hutchin, Larry Jackel, Dave Jatfe, Dave Jawor, Shane Jett, Chris Johnson, Anthony Jones, Cobi Jones, Dan Kapic, Soren Kaplan, Chris Katsuleres, Chris Kenny, Joe Kenny, Trevor Kirshner (Rush Chairman), Danny Klein, Tommy La Buda, Stefan La Casse (Treasurer), Adam Lansdorf, Jeff Larsen, Chris Linden, Erich Litch, Matt MacKenzie, Frank Marolda, Jack Marshall, Dave Martin, Steve McCormick, Andy Moore, Kent Mosel, Chris Myers, Taylor Nagle, K.C. Nowak, Rick Olivarez, Jim Olmore, Eric Olson, Mike Price, Mark Redd (Secretary), Joe Rheim, Greg Ricckiuti, Dave Riherd, Phil Shigo, Ron Siegel, Adam Soloman, Mark Soma, Blair Stientjes, Chris Sutherland, Walter Sylvester, Cameron Thomas, Tom Turley (Rush Chairman), Dean Vandergnff, Brian Van Holt, Brett Wallingford, Mark Webster, John Weich, Chris Whiting, Chris Whitman, Luke Williams, Aaron Wright, Mark Young. ■ A Group of Lambda Chis form a pyramid of their own at their " Pyramids of Pleasure " date party last year. B Preparing to battle the best in A E Phi ' s Flag Football Tournament are Chris Katsuleres, Walter Sylvester, Chris Frank, and their coach Stefanie Epstein. 302 Greeks o tT) ID = " X ■ Entangled in a spontaneous Hula dance (T) are brothers Andy Moore, Chris Katsuleres, and Bill Brown during their " Fall Luau " date party. I Brothers always, Larry Clarke, Joe Rheim, Gordon Froeb, Chris Sutherland, and Blair Stientjes pause for a picture at their exchange with Kappa Kappa Gannma. LAMBDA CHI FACTS Date Founded: Nov. 2,1909 Where Founded: Boston University Colors: Purple, Green and Gold Open Motto: Every Man A Man Symbol: Cross and Crescent Flower: White Rose Philanthropy: UCLA Unicamp " Are you kiddin ' me? " -Bob Doolittle and Greg Richuiti Greeks 303 Phi Kappa Psi PHI PSI FACTS Date Founded: 1852 Where Founded: Jefferson College, Pennsylvania Colors: Hunter Green and Cardinal Red Symbol: Captain Morgan Flower: Jacqueminot Rose Philanthropy: Santa Monica Boys Club " When everyone works together, the whole tank wins. " -Steven Years 304 Greeks Sto Akron, Andrew Baker (Social Chairman), John Balousek, Russell Berkowitz, Tom Bratkovich, Jason Buell (Social Chairman), Andrew Bunnin, Travis Carr, Michael Condrin, Chris Costanza (Rush Chairman), Scott Craven, Nei Deiter, Brian DeRubertis, Michael Devine, Craig Dupper, Brian Ellertson, MattEllis, Thomas Ewing, David Friedman, Darren Gibson, CoryGogligoski, KirkGoodere, Chris Grandi, Marcus Guerro, Tom Herbstritt, Jason Hickman, Greg Holzrichter, Glenn M. Hunter, Scott A. Janssen, Steve Jonker, Michael Juarez (Vice President), Peter Kelley II, Cyrus Khedouri, Scott Kieth, Ian Kindler, Gill Kirkpatrick (Secretary), Chris Lee, Mike Lee, Jamie Lev, Mark Linnecke, Chris Lohman, Manny Lopez, Pete Magiso, Brad Marquardt, Robb McCormick, Corey Menotti, Ty Miller, David S. Mutter (Rush Chairman), Ben Meyers, Rich Mylin, Tom Nixon, Ted Noble (President), Tarik Nuhodzic, Greg Oppegard, Leo Pacheco, Matt Partain, Ben Renda, Michael Riley, Blame Rodgers, Todd Royse, Jim Sandstrum, Mike Sandstrum, Kris A. Schwengel (Rush Chairman), Kurt B. Schwengel, Tim Sheehan, Scott Sherbourne, Robert Silverthorne, Tom Sorenson, Derek Strong, Steve Strong, David Taugher, Blake Tennant (Treasurer), Pete Thompson, Guy Valenzona, Matt Weber (Social Chairman), Joel Weinstein, Tom West, Scott Williams, Paul Wirtz, Eric Wood, Steve Years, John Yurkovich. H " Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! " It ' s a pirate ' s life for Phi Psi as they prepare for their annual Captain Morgan ' s Rage. I " The rage boat " prepares to sail at the annual Captain Morgan ' s Rage in spring 1990. I Kris Schwengel, Manny Lopez, and Darrin Gibson celebrate initiation in the fall. 305 Greeks Sigma Alpha Epsilon SAE FACTS Date Founded: Mar. 9, 1856 Where Founded: University of Alabama, Tuscalusa Colors: Purple and Gold Open Motto: The True Gentlemen Symbol: The Lion Flower: Violets Philanthropy: Crippled Children of Los Angeles " At Sigma Alpha Epsilon dominatio n is the watchword. There is no such thing as second best. " -Derek Dundas ■ Gangster attire suits Matt Griffin, Matt Emerzian, and Greg Propliet well for their annual Paddy Murphy 1990 celebration. I Decked out for Tri-Delt Presents 1990 are Derek Dundas and Matt Emerzian, held at the L.A. Sports Club. 306 Greeks Rod Alemenia, Mike Angelovic, Jeff Bailey, Van Balasubramani, Armondo Berriz, Alex Berry, Bill Bixbey, Craig Blum, Eric Bockstahler, David Bridge, Al Matt Brown, Tim Carlson (Treasurer), Eric Cedergreen, Brian Conner, Anthony Deluca, Derek Dundas, Mike Elizondo (Vice- President), Matt Emerzian, Steve Farnsworth, Dan Flynn, Sean Francis, Rick Galyean, Greg Gatley, Antony Green, Jason Goldblatt, Matt Griffin, Dan Hackett, Sven Haug, Greg Harris, Nick Helfond, Ted Hellman, Kipp Kjeldgaard, Chris Kuhner, Bill Lenihan, Brad Lipscomb, Cameron Mandani, Dave Mailman(Social Chairman), Stash Maleski, Jeff Montgomery, Steve Mouw, Jack Meyers, Andy O ' GradylRush Chariman), Robert Otto, Greg Prophet, Erik Quisling, Chris Ring, Mike Saavedra, David Sandler (President), Matt Schenone, Bob SOmmers, Scott Spalding, Jim Stanfill, Andy Stawiarski, Ed Strong, Mauncio Tellez, Jason Varner, Mike Wilmmik, Bret Whitworth, Jeff Wimbesh(Social Chairman), Jonathan Wimbesh (Secretary), Donn Yamada, Tom Yoo, Erik Zaikin. I Presents escorts for Delta Gamma ' s 1990 Presents is too much fun for Jon Boyle, Dave Mailman, Jim Stanfill, Darel Bates, Matt Schenone, and Eric Zaikin. H Soaking in some rays before Paddy Murphy 1990 are Eric Cedergreen and Bill Lenihan. i- 307 Greeks Sigma Chi SIGMA CHI FACTS Date Founded: June 28, 1855 Where Founded: University of Miami at Ohio Colors: Blue and Old Gold Open Motto: In Hoc Signo Vinces Symbol: Cross Flower: White Rose Philanthropy: Cleo Wallace Village for Children " Different Temperment, Talents and Convictions. " -from " The Spirit of Sigma Chi " H Surf ' s Up! Sigma Chis arrive in Rosarito, Mexico to surf and party for a couple of days last Spring Break. I Mike Kendall, Loren Halpern, and Mike Reznick ride a bus on their way to the beach in Cabo San Lucas last Spring Break. H This is the life! Jeff Vitek and Tony Vitek grab a beer in Cabo San Lucas last Spring Break. F ' nI ' i»i!iw!iiiii.:ii 308 Greeks Ted Ackerley, Chuck Adams, Mark Anderson, Dave Angulo, Alfred Arnaud, Nate Ballard, Scott Bartell, Jason Berlinger, Greg Blomstrand, Toby Blue (Social Ctiairman), Brett Boncher, Bob Bowne, Randy Boysen, Mike Brewer, Jeff Brown, Adam Browning, Cfiuck Campbell, Jeff Chapman, Chaco Clotfelter, Todd Coffman, Bob Collins, Jim Cooper, Dan Crossman, Brad Daluiso, Rick Daly, Jeff Danielson, Oman Davod, Jim Dawson, Mike Denver, Mike Derovin, John Dewey, Rob Dixon, Jon Duarte, Steve Elkind, Greg Fant, Kenny Feld, Matt Fern, Matt Fiorello, Craig Garabedian, Jeff Giedt, Jay Golden, Todd Gottleib, Tony Gray, Jeff Griffiths, Christian Gudegast, Loren Halpern, Mark Hammerberg, Jim Helmer, Carl Henkel, Bill Herebic, Mac Hofeditz, Bob Howell, Hugh Jackson, Jason Jiminez, Brian Jones, Chriss Keenan, Paul Kennedy, Josh King, Rob Kostich, Barry Lakritz, Skip Lancaster, Martin Lauber, Scott Leslie, Anthony Luna, Dan Lundin, Andrew Lynch, Chris Manson, Alex Martinez, Mike Marrero (Treasurer), Greg Mauro, Kevin McClure, Pete McLaughlin, Bill McGinley, Dave Medina, Bill Melton, Chuck Meyer, Arpod Molnar, Mike Moody, Jason Moore, Larry Nelson, Sam Nimmo, Wes Nimmo, Tom Nugent (Social Chairman), Jason Pair, Carl Palumbo, Todd Pam, J.B. Rice, Ryan Randall, Jeff Rankin, Mike Reznick (President), Ron Reimer, Bob Roath, Rand Rogulien, Charlie Rosson, Jay Rudd, Jonathan Ruiz, Bill Rumack, Stefan Scheumann, Paul Scheuring, Robert Sebree, Steve Shimek, John Sommers, Fernando Sucre, Jon Simon, Jeff Smith, Ted Smith, Brian Stanley, Dan Takahashi, Kevin Trosian, Andy Van VIeck, Maurice Venegas, John Vento, Marcel Verdugo, Tony Vitek, Steve Walker, Matt Warner (Vice President), Adam Wheeler, Don Whipple, Wendall Williams, Brett Young, John Young (Secretary), Jan Zands, Jim Zourek. H Mike Marrero, Dan Crossman, Martin Lauber, Matt Warner, and Mike Reznick visit the Sigma Chi National Headquarters in Evanston, Illinois. I Halfway down the slope, Jonathan Ruiz, Loren Halpern, and Mike Reznick pause to admire the view from the Sun Valley slopes. Greeks 309 Sigma Nu H Cooling off after a hot end-of-rush date party are John Hoff, Jason Netter, and Mike Schuh. I Wine tasting becomes an art for Dennis Ventry, Ron Enge, and Scott Barton during their White Rose Formal. I Big Bro Lir Sis pair, Pat Gilhooly and Hilary Sperling, flash their smiles at Lil ' Sis Discovery. SNU FACTS Date Founded: Jan. 1, 1869 Where Founded: Virginia Military Institute Colors: Black, Gold, and White Open Motto: Ausgezeichnet Symbol: Sword Flower: White Rose Philanthropy: Toys for Tots " It never ends. -Mike Bryant " ' - ».«. i K. j u 05 C, ? 9 310 Greeks Jim Anieson, Kevin Alexander, Lance Allen, Brad Anderson (Treasurer), Stacy Argo, Mark Ballin, Scott Barton, Greg Becker, Jim Bee, Jay Behr, Brian Benowitz, Doug Bergez, Rick Bianchina, Scot Blocker, Jim Bonds, Rob Cano, Mike Bryant (President), Dave Cariani, Justin Cheen, Jeff Clark, Greg Clarke, Sterling Coberly, John Cocfiran, Jim Coleman, Craig Courtney, Tim Cruikshank, Matt Cwiertnia, Jeff Dallas, Todd Duplanty, Pete Eastman, Ron Enge, Hans Flemming, Matt Franklin, Mike Fyhrie, Mike Gilhooly, Don Goodbrand, Jae Goodman, Scott Graves, Vince Grenlee, Steve Guy, Chris Hannan (Vice President), Marc Heenan, Rob Hess, John Hoff (Social Chairman), George Hornby, Jim Jacobsen, Jeff Jewell, Sam Kais, Rob Kashian, Chris Keene, Chris Kellerman, Ben Kelly, Brian Kelly, Craig Larsen, Chris Lee, Mike Lewis, Coby Lindsey, Steve Luce, Darrick Lucero, Anthony Mansour, Mike Mackey, Matt McAlister, Mike McCarthy (Rush Chairman), Mark Mcknight, Brian McNamara (Rush Chairman), Matt Meyer, Tim Mickel, Brett Middleton, Rob Mitchell, Jason Netter, Shawn Noonan, Eric Page, George Paton, Mike Pernecky, Paul Pernecky, Darin Predmore (Secretary), Matt Quinlan, Milan Ratkovich, Bill Redell, Brian Reemtson, Jim Robbins, Ken Romaniszyn, Brian Ronan, Mike Rowan, Rene Santaella, Tony Scaduto, Glen Schneiderman, Mike Schuh (Treasurer), Jay Sherwood, Steve Sloculm, Jon Smith, William Strovopolis, Andy Swanson, Sean Troche, Scott Turner, Glen Vallecillos, Rich Vannis, Mike Vanriette, Dennis Ventry, Jim Wagner, John Winnek, John Woodard, Bill Wrath, John Zilmskas, Erick Zimmerman. ■ Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious (John Hoff and Jim Jacobsen) of the Sex Pistols make a guest appearance at Sigma Nu ' s Punk Rock Exchange. I White Rose Queen Kerry Parker and her court are crowned at their Winter Formal. O tn m CO Greeks 311 Sigma Pi SIGMA PI FACTS Date Founded: February 24, 1923 Where Founded: Vincennes Indiana Colors: Lavender and White Flower: Lavender Orchid Philanthropy: Multiple Sclerosis, " Moonshiner. " " Sigma Pi ' s proud tradition of being the oldest fraternity at UCLA continues through 1991. " -Scot Kawano Mike Alvarez, Jim Ballard (Social Chairman), Sean Bloch, Seth Blumen, Dan Brent Jerry Carayanis, Michael Chun, Steve Clarence, Andrew Dearborn, Scott Dool, Adrian Edwards, Albert Estrada, Lance Fuchs, Larry Furst, Scott Good, Brian Gorman, Jason Gray, Gary Gross, Keith Hayes, Brad Hecht, Ashok Hedge, Alfred Hernandez, Albert Huang, David Hudson (Secretary), Stu Johnson, John Ivsan, Scot Kawano (President), Bill Kealey, Will Kim, Steve Lantz, Jeff Lee Paul Lee, Dana Letendre, Mike Liskey, Becket Mahnke, Mike Martin, Art Martinez (Rush Chairman) , Bryan Mazon, Kevin Nelson, Jim Nivatpumin, Won Park, Ajay Patel, Payman Pezhman, Mark Pintor, Rubin Preciado, An Puentes, Ivan Quiroga, Herman Quispe (Vice President), Saif Rahimuddin, Brad Reichard, Mike Rendon, John Rhode, Dave Riley, Jay Ross, Steve Schultz, Dave Schwartz, Tom Smith (Treasurer), Tom Soto, Matt Sumrow (Rush Chairman), Dave Tabb, Adam Treiger, Dave Vasquez, Rob Ward Rich Wiederkehr, Robin Wise, Jon Yipp. ■ Annual Orchid Ball Festivities ends with a splash as Sigma Pi ' s and their dates hit the pool. H Best pledge winner John Rhode is rewarded by being carried by brothers Mike Alvarez and Ivan Quiroga. I Sigma Pi ' s and Sigma Kappa ' s sweep homecoming with Best use of Theme, Best Banner and the Grand Marshall ' s Trophy for best overall entry as pointed out by Adam Treiger, and Dave Schwartz. 312 Greeks Davis Bae, Rick Bucich, Bonofacio Coronado, Tom Galusha (Rush Chairman), Mike Gleeson, Nick Gonzales, Jeffrey Grijalva (Social Chair), Michael Iracondo (Treasurer), Craig Johnson, Art Martinez, Ron Mathiason, Alejandro McElroy, Paul Najoan (Rush Chair), Craig Newman, Arturo Padilla, Kevin Razban (Vice President), Mario Rivas, Matthew Reed (President), Vince Sampson, Eric Schier, Winston Segner, John Lu Scavo, Samuel Small, David Sykora, Hansel Tomaneng (Secretary), Henry Yang, Scott Yun. H Kicking back are Vince Sampson and John Lu Scavo on their way to Ensenada for Spring Break 1990. H Partying together with friends are Rick Bucich, Jeffrey Grijalva, and IVlike Iracondo and friends. I Mardi Gras volunteers Alejandro McElroy, Scott Yun, and Paul Najoan work their booth, Ken and Barbie ' s Dream Kitchen Toss, which won Best Overall Standard Games Booth. TEP FACTS Date Founded: Oct. 10, 1990 Where Founded: Columbia University Colors: Laventjer an(d white Open Motto: Friendship, chivalry, service Symbol: Crest Philanthropy: American Red Cross Greeks 313 Tau Kappa Epsilon Johnathan Akahoshi, Greg Alderman, Chris Arroyo, Eric Asa-Dorian, Tom Baker, Scott Campbell (President), Paul Chung, Anthony Ciudadano (Initiation and Rush Chairman), Stephan Dial, Ted Dollard (Social Chairman), Matt Ellis, Chris Farac, Henry Fata, Patrick Ferguson, Roland Fernando, Bill Gee, Danny Gonzales, Raleigh Grantham, Hugh Green, Philip Hill, Gary Ito (Secretary), Phil Kuo, Jimmy Lam (Little Sister Chair), Kenny Le, Doug Leash, Tom Ledesma, Michael J. Leonard, Gabe Lopez, Kendnck Lutz, Nick Martinez, Ted McGivern, Richard Parubrub, Guy Rounds (Vice President), Sanjay Sabnani, Brady Smith, Chris Spreitzer (Pledge Trainer), Haydar Tolu, Hung Tran (Treasurer), Troy Tresser, Hahn Truong, Tim Whyte, Chip Zuver. H The men of TKE stand arm-in-arm as AnthonyCiudadano begins one of TKE ' stradition during their annual Red Carnation Ball. H Late night Tommy runs were popular for the partying crowd of Tau Kappa Epsilon. I Scott Campbell, Chris Ryan, and Ted McGivern show their attitudes. 314 Greeks m CO TEKE FACTS Date Founded: Jan. 10, 1899 Where Founded: Champagne, Illinois Colors: Cherry and Gray Open Motto: The fraternity for life Symbols Flower: Crest Red Carnation Philanthropy: Special Olympics " Other places talk about brotherhood, but we live it. " -Hung Iran ■ ' Bago trips meant loads of fun and a time to get to know each other better for Haydar Tolu, Mark Fritsche, Patrick Ferguson, Nick Martinez, Hung Iran, and Sweetheart Mika Saito. Greeks 315 Theta Xi Bob Abrahamsen, Tony Armand, Mike Arrieta, J. Erik Arvesen, David Baker, James Bancroft, Parker Beatty, Justin Brownstein, Mark Buckhantz, Geoff Cfiristian, Andrew Curry, Brad DeJean, Kevin Deianey, Steve Delaura (Vice President and Rush Chairman), Eric Ellis, Andy Erdman, Clarke Fillipe, Matt Fischer, Mark Fletcher, Joe Fournier, Mark Gabelsberg, Rafi Gordon, Jon Greenslade, Christian Hamilton, Jay Harry, Stew Heathcote, Sho Higuchi, Matt Hill, Ty Mix, John Howe, Keith Inouye, Jeff Indes, Andy Irish (Social Chairman), Dave Johnson, Toby Junkunc, Wes King, Jon Korbonski, Compton Kurtz, Brad Leahy, Brett Leake, Bart Leopold (Treasurer), Andre Machicao (President), Amir Matityahu, Jeremy Mende, Marco Mendoza, Anthony Miranti, Steve Moen, John Moody, Erik Morris, Sherrick Murdoff, Chris Neale, Tom Orewyler, Jason Pennington, Timothy Pine, John Pitts, Justin Post, Mike Post, Chris Pratt, Scott Pribble, Greg Reitz, David Rentto, Robert Rynearson, Doug Saeltzer, Augusto Sasso, Jeff Schulte, Paul Schultz, Scott Sellwood, Monu Singh, Mike Slavich, Geoff Smith, John Stassi, Phill Torretto, Page Tompkins (Secretary), Tom Treanor, Jon Wank, John Watrous, Dan White, Daren Wein, Scott Wiesner, Joe Wilson, Alan Wing, Alex Woodard, Chris Woodson, Patrick Youssi. H " Don ' t move or I ' ll shoot! " says Vince Hoenigman at Spy vs. Spy last year. I Hanging loose are Chris Woodson and Steve Delaura in their togas at their 1990 invite party. (But where could Steve ' s toga be?!?) 316 Greeks H Wine tasting becomes an art form for brothers Andy Machicao, Compton Kurtz, and Sherrick Murdoff. I All night partying for Theta Xi takes place on a ' bago to Cal Berkeley. H Tropical Madness 1990 sees Chris Neale and Erik Morris in their best florals, ready to hunt down Jane. THETA XI FACTS Date Founded: April 29, 1864 Where Founded: Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York Colors: azure blue and white Open Motto: Juncti Juvant (United they serve) Symbols: Unicorn, the Greek letter ' Phi ' Flower: Blue Iris Philanthropy: Multiple Sclerosis " Once a Xi, always a Xi. " -Dan Quigly Greeks 317 Theta Chi Dave Adams, Chris Almeida, Doug Axel, Paul Baboolal, Jeff Bailes, Luke Ballina, Charles Balogh, Ben Becker, Josh Beeman, Bill Bindeman, Doug Bronzer, Colin Campbell, Curt Cellar, Tim Close, Mike Cornelison, Mike Couch, Jim Courtney, Mike Cutler (President), Jeff David, Mark Dome, Robert Dye, Al Echamendi, Chris Eckland, Matt Ehrlich, Ben Emery, Dave Feinberg, Paul Fuhrman, Jim Fuller, Dave Gelfuso, Gary Ghiselli, Damn Gold, T.C. Hance, Perry Hariri, Dave Hewlett, Brian Hobbs, Rick Jen, Henry Kamali, Brian Kandel, Doug Karatsu, Bret Kortkamp, Dennis Kurimai, Mike Lafkas, Jason Langkammer, Matt Lopas, Brian Maeda, Neal Mathisen, Scott McCain, Tom McCoy, Tom Mills, Gus Miramontes, Steve Monke, Jason Morehouse, Joe Morse, Mike Muchin (Treasurer), Chris Neal, Chris Oprison, Steve Pacelli, Spencer Peller, Greg Phillips, Mark Piening, Craig Pinedo, Shawn Pooch, Matt Pringle, James Riley, Dike Robbins, Jason Rosiak, Omar Sadri, Mark Salvatierra, Craig Sampson, Mark Sasson, Alan Shaffer, Ryan Schaap, David Shor, Rob Sigler, Jeff Simenton, Dave Sinclair, Greg Solis, Peter Stone, James Sun, Scott Sutherland, Jeff Taylor, Aaron Wangenheim, Matt Wayman, Grant Withers, Dan Yeh. H Chris Oprison and date break in the new school year at a sorority Presents bash. H Friendship continues outside of UCLA onto the slopes of the Alps for the Theta Chi ski trip. 318 Greeks THETA CHI FACTS Date Founded: October, 1856 Where Founded: Norwich, Vermont Symbol: Snake and crossed swords Colors: Military red and white Motto: Helping hand Flower: Red carnation Philanthropy: Battered Women ' s Shelter of Los Angeles " The quality of the brotherhood in Theta Chi is unsurpassed anywhere. " - Robert Dye ■ David Shor, Scott Sutherland, and Michael Muchin put on their tye-dyes and have some fun at a reggae party. I Neal Mathisen and friend show that they have the brightest smiles around. Greeks 319 Zeta Beta Tau ZBT FACTS Date Founded: Dec. 29, 1898 Where Founded: New York City Colors: Blue and White Open Motto: The Strongest Brotherhood on the Row Philanthropy: Juvenile Diabetes Foundation " We are the gentlemen of the row. " -Kevin Jurkowski H Derrick King catches the ball for a touchdown during an intramural football game. I Mark Amador dips David Barad while dancing at their semi-formal. H Doug Powell, Jon Freedman, Matt Rice, Matt Berg, and Jason Rothbart are ready to tackle the mountain during the All Greek Ski Trip. H Theta ' s Presents is twice as nice for Rich Borkum. H ZBT brothers enjoy the fun and sun on their house boat in Lake Havasu during Spring Break. 320 Greeks Paul Abel, Michael Alaimo, Mark Amador (Vice President), Jack Anderson, Jason Baim, David Barad (Secretary), Dabid Bellomini, Matt Berd (Social Chairman), Joel Berman, Jay Borick (Rush Chairman), Rich Borkum, Gregg Brett (Rush Chairman), Scott Butler, William Caldwell, Elliot Canter, Michael Caravelli, Justin Conant, Kit Cooper, Avi Cotter, Burt Cowgill, Dave Crawford, Randy Drake, Paul Duran, William Edelman, Emir Elliot-Lindo, David Ellis, Chris Feinman, Darin Frank, Eric Freedman, Jon Freedman, Matt Gandin, Scott Gardner, Mike Gibney, Morris Gitter, Brian Gold, Ron Gonen, David Greenberg, Evan Greenberg, Mike Greenberg, Josh Hacker, Scott Hall, David Halm (Treasurer), Adam Hand, Brendan Handler, Troy Hansz, Floyd Henry, Kevin Jurkowski, Jack Kappe, Jeff Kerstine, Tim Kessinger, Rob Kim, Derrick King, Kan Klein, Keith Klein, Robby Klein, James Kovacs, Kevin Kwan, Jonathon Lamensdorf, Nathan Lane, Jim Lanzone, Tim LaRocca, Steve Leeds, Mike Lenahan, Guy Levy, Erik Lmdquist (Rush Chairman), Bill Lombardini, Flugo Martinez, Jason Matlof (President), Jason Mavar, Mike Minden, Scott Minden, Louise Montalvo, Stephen Morais, Ryan Murden, Dimitri Negroponte, Howard Newman, Jeff Olster, Derek Pickus, Doug Powell (Rush Chairman), Tom Rector, Matt Rice, Scott Rittichier, John Rocca, Jason Romano, Dan Rosen, Craig Rosenberg, Brett Rosenblatt, Jeff Schaimberg, Dan Schlafman, Ian Schmidt, Greg Shanteld, David Silverman, Gary Silverman, Marvin Spann, Josh Steiger, Josh Steiner, Dan Stutz, Sergio Sychev, Jeff Tenenbaum, Mark Thau, Alvin Thomas, Steven Thomas, Chris Toffoli, Vic Topper, Tracy Trudeau, Mario Urzua, Matt Willems, Anthony Wilson, Erik Zeegen. Greeks 321 Phi Delta Theta ifiAM PHI DELT FACTS Date Founded: 1848 Where Founded: Miami University, Ohio Colors: Azure and Argent Open Motto: One man is No man Flower: White Carnation Philanthropy: Lou Gherig Foundation and United Way Ronnie Bae, Jim Bak, Gene Barbato, Aaron Berger, Brian Brittain (Treasurer), Mike Cardoza, Mitch Dougherty, Mark Evans, Sean Foster, John Funk, Jeff Gaglione, Jim Hilbert, Daryl Holzberg, Laerence In, Steve Jacobs (President), Ravi Jam, Ron Kruse, Bill Marec, James Mason, Anthony Miranda (Rush Chairman), Andreas Phelps (Vice President), Ed Purcell (Rush Chairman), Eric Rager, Larry Stern, Jaymi Suarez, Donal Tasheishi. ■ Brian Brittain, Ravi Jain, and Aaron Berger pump up the volume at their Choaners Hot Boxers party, H A bago trip to Berkely is the perfect excuse for a weekend getaway for Jim Hilbert, Mitch Dougherty and friends. H Andreas Phelps, Carey Huffman, and dates show that they know how to dance and have fun at their White Carnation Ball. 322 Greeks Inf l v ' i li HlM ' fl ff ■jF ■ i 1 BB _ B ■H W k M K J U Hf ' Fj g 1 A ■ tt B Panhellenic o Change was the primary theme for hj the Panhellenic Council throughout the |- past year. The council voted to — i restructure itself in order to give all sororities equal representation and toC ) create new positions that would take care of jobs that needed to get done, explained Second Vice President Denise Lawrence. She continued, " The restructuring of Panhellenic ' s internal body was essential in order for the council to continue being a proactive organization. " As a result, Panhellenic consisted of 28 members — one delegate and one officer from each of the fourteen houses. All members were able to propose resolutions that not only benefited their 1 house ' s interests but the interests of the whole row. In addition the officers focused on programming while the delegates maintained their voting power on the council. In the fall, the council implemented the Mandatory Acquaintance Rape Program to alert sorority members of ways to prevent date rape and to offer viable solutions to help end the crime. Panhellenic also created the Greek Image Commitee which oversaw advertising policies and The Greek Connection in order to guarantee a positive representation of fraternities and sororities. ■ President Lisa Sjong, 1 st Vice-President Jenn Baer, and other members of Panhellenic Council take a breal from decision-making to have some fun. Jenn Baer (1st Vice President), Cawley Carr, Stephanie Coleman, Ericka Gettman, Con Goldberg, Tara Holtzmuller, Kristin Ichishta, Sandy Jacobson, Krista Kan asek, Jenny Kissell, Maria Kupferman, Denise Lawrence (2nd Vice President), Dana Linker, Julie Lipps, Linda Martin, Julie Mates, Laura McCandless, Shannon Mclntee, Lisa Meier, Nichelle Miskinms, Abbey Nelson, Julia Nelson, Jane 0)anpera, Dominique Rosano, Karen Weiss, Darci Pollard, Ram Pickens, Anne Robie, Carrie Sayre, Lisa Sjong (President), Heather Smith, Samantha Spielman, EIke Werner, Shannon Wright. Greeks 323 Alpha Chi Omega H Shana Goar, Leanne Auyong, Lissa Lingo, and Gina Lee flash their smiles on Preference Night of Rush 1990. ■ Kristi Schrode, Kathy Finucan, and Debbie Brown pause for the camera on Pledging Day. I Back in Black! Debbie Brown and her date party the night away at the Spring 1990 Pledge Active. ALPHA CHI FACTS Date Founded: Oct. 15,1885 Where Founded: De Pauw University, Indiana Colors: Scarlett and Olive Green Open Motto: " Together, let us seek the heights. " Flower: Red Carnation Philanthropy: The Alpha Chi Omega Foundation " At Alpha Chi you will always be loved just for being yourself! " -Colleen Mitchell Amy Powers 324 Greeks Candace Aoki, Natalie Arazi, Leigh Ashburn, Katie Astarita, Kattiy Au, Leanne Auyong, Jennifer Ayres, Laurie Azme, Jennifer Baer, Kirsten Barrows, Jana Bassett, IVlissy Bowman, Erin Bray, Bonnie Brooks (Vice President), Debbie Brown (President), Margaret Cfiai, Wendy Chin, Stephanie Coleman (Vice President), Charmaine Colina, Yvette Coppola, Julie Cryan, Jill Deinhard, Marilu Delmendo, DeDe Dunevant, Ronit Earley, Celia Eckert, Claudia Echeverri, Krista Edmisten, Cynthia Falge, Jennifer Ferris, Kathy Finucan (Secretary), Renee Forseth, Tina Freitas, Trisa Gildard, Michelle Oilman, Joy Gines, Shana Goar, Julie Graham, Marcia Graham, Kathleen Gugler, Jody Hallstrom, Lisa Hamanaka, Stephanie Hammond, Julie Hannah, Christie Henricks, Ann Herman, Debbi Hershberg, Laurel Hoffman, Jill Hoogendyk, Patti Hopp, Karen Howard, Eileen Hunt, Katy Hunt, Renee Hunt, Tricia Jacobsen, Jennifer Jellison, Julie Johnson, Shannon Jue, Kristine Jun, Nicola Kean, Christa Kerkorian, Lisa Kinne (Rush Chairman), Susie Krumplitsch, Stephanie Kuebler, Vanessa Kuhl, Chen Lakeotes, Danelle Larson, Stacey Lasko, Liz Lattimer, Gina Lee, Lily Lee, Risa Lee, Julia Lew, Nicole Lieberman, Lissa Lingo, Julie Lovell, Liz Mack, Kara Madsen, Tina Magpayo, Kristin Mascio, Elaine Matson, Inja McGehee, Gay Meixel, Karen Mitchell, Becca Moore, Emily Morgan, Kelly Motske, Sarah Naylor, Jennifer Neiman (Vice President), Julia Nelson, Mary Ann Nguyen, Christine Obata, Kim Oughton, Karen Packey (Treasurer), Tammi Palubeskie, Patti Panagos, Jennifer Patrick, Jennifer Petree, Emily Petterson, Marissa Portillo, Laurie Rashidi, Julie Richmond, Danielle Rowland, Kristi Schrode (Social Chairman), Heather Senteney, Debbi Sharp, Jerda Sibbet, Victoria Silcox, Kelly Slater, Michele Solomita, JoAnne Solovy, Tara Starr-Keddle, Julie Stewart, Alma Storek, Dawn Straccia, Dione Tanikawa, Aileen Tapanes, Caroline Taylor, Lisa Taylor, Helen Trevino, Carrie Tweeten, Cynthia Valadez, Kristen Walls, Lori Watanabe, Laura Webb, Emily Weinert, Romi Weinhouse, Tricia Westhoff, Kim Williams, Heidi Winer, Betsy Woods, Susie Ying. H Alpha Chis and their dates take a break from the festivities to grab something to eat at the Luau date party last year. H Julie Hannah Impulsively reminds Marilu Delmendo of the meaning of sisterhood at the Madness Pledge Active last winter. m m CO Greeks 325 Alpha Delta PI H B - i l .■ ' «- ' . ' wiBswB ' - - n B ' A i __ " „ ■ , _,,-i K- ' . ' .: Hiiimip™ ' ' ' " ' iiH Uj S M H k . HH I H p ' ■ , ::fS m. ' iii -i .■ ' ' f}; M ■ BS? ■vJ; ; S l K 1 Bi- ' ' m B: ' v: " ! ' -:ko ' .;-r ' ' ■P V y ' UH Pi r : - :- . iP f k ifl l W H HL A D PI FACTS Date Founded: May 15, 1851 Where Founded: Maeon, Georgia Colors: Azure Blue and White Open Motto: We Live for Each Other Symbol: Diamond and Lion Flower: Violet Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House ■ The smiles on the faces of Valerie Nichols and her date prove that Presents was a blast. H Lisa Derby gives Aimee Cuenca a lift during a successful Pledging Day. ■ Jinah Yun and Marissa Bennett show their diamond pride at Presents. 326 Greeks Desiree Acosta, Devon Alexander, Christy Annan, Lisa r. J Arenson, Millarose Baleva, Laurie Bardin, Debi Barstad, 2—4 Rachel Bartz, Shelly Baurley, Jennifer Bedolla, Orli Belman, Aj Marissa Bennett (Vice President), Lisa Bernstein, Samantha u— Bley, Samantha Blowitz, Tracey Borl e, Lori Bradbard, flj Betsy Bradley, Karen Brink, Karen Buerner (Treasurer), h pH Sarah Bunkin, Jennifer Carpenter, Alyson Casias, Jeni V Chavez, Sylvia Chen, Susan Clark, Wendy Constantine, T Aimee Cook, Jo Anna Cook, Aimee Cuenca, Nancy Ann Cutler, Kathleen Daigle, Jennifer Davies, Eila DeBard, Julie f Delsol, Lisa Derby, Andrea Devenon, Jennifer Dossa, Lisa Dowling, Jill Duncan, Suzy Emerson, Coreen Endo, Dawn Enoch, Teresa Estrada, Carrie Furguson, Lauren Fischbein, Denise Fizzolio, Tiffany Forner, Trisha Foster, Christine Fuentes, Suzanne Futterman, Renee Galloway, Kristin Gamble, Allison Garbutt, Ericka Gettman, Christine Giosso, Melissa Gonzales, Colleen Greco, Michelle Gridley, Maria Gutierrez, Kathleen Gutman, Kimberly Hamada, Karen Hansen, Jennifer Heimann, Sharon ladarolla, Terry Kaivra, Krista Karvasek, Jody Keller, Sara Kenny, Marci Kevane (Secretary), Jennifer Knapp, Heather Kolde, Jams Kunimitsu, Sarah Landis, Diana Leemon, Holly Linn, Allison Loo, Stephanie Lorda, Knstine Lucas (Social Chairman), Bonnie Mackey, Odile Madden, Kristy Mateer, Elena McCoy, Ann McDonald, Tern McFarland, Dawn McKinster, Rashel Mereness, Michelle Miquel, Carrie Miller, Kristy Milotich, Valerie Nichols, Alison Olivera, Tracey Olivera (Treasurer), Jennifer Overline, Rebecca Parziale, Gemma Raton, Dawn Peterson (Social Chairman), Lisa Pitts, Jannai Preheim, Jennifer Price, Suzanne Prout, Nancy Putnam, Megan Randall, Claire Ray, Dana Renga, Yvette Reynoso, Anne Robie, Rica Rodman, Maria Rodriguez, Stefanie Rosenberg, Heather Sandelman, Ophelia Sanders, Angela Saverman, Linda Schomberg, Nadia Shabaik, Mary Shell, Gail Shirley, Cathy Smith, Lisa Smith, Robin Spahn, Laura Spencer, Tra cey Stone, Glenda Swetman, Karen Thomas, Chrissa Thorton, Angela Traub, Tisha Treherne, Diane Trostle (Rush Chairman), Heather Vitro (President), Lauri Weiss, Angela West, Tiffany Westmoreland, Lisa Yaros (Secretary), Jinah Yun, Elizabeth Yossem. H True Hawaiian spirit is shown by Heather Vitro, Lisa Arenson, Trisha Foster, Tiffany Westmoreland, Dawn Peterson, and dates during Lambda Chi Alpha ' s Fall Luau. H Jinah Yun, Lisa Bernstein, Jannae Preheim, and Jill Duncan guard the goal at the Broomball Exchange during Homecoming 1990. Greeks 327 Alpha Epsilon Phi A E PHI FACTS Date Founded: Oct. 24, 1909 Where Founded: Barnard College, New York Colors: Green and White Open Motto: Multa Corda, Causa Symbol: Giraffe, Pearl Flower: Lily of the Valley Philanthropy: C ' haim Sheba Medical Hospital " At AEPhi we have no barriers. The sisterhood is genuine-there are no facades and no airs. Everyone is appreciated for exactly who she is and the special talents she possesses. " -Michelle Arce H Everything ' s groovy for Jenny Baum and Bart Loepold at Theta Xi ' s and ZBT ' s annual little sister Halloween party. ■ Samantha Slotkin and Dione Diemer celebrate Presents 1990. 328 Greeks Brenda Acorda, Dora Aguilar, Louisa Aguilar, Debbie Appel, MlchelleArce,MelinnaAskin,ElanaAuerbach, Liana Barkan, Jenny Baum, Andra Berg (Social Chairman), Eva Buchwald, Andrea Burger, Heather Bradley, Vanessa Cabello, Trudi Cabrera, Julie Carroll, Mimi Cohen, Sadaf Cohen, Stacey Datnow, Dione Diemer, Rebecca Dishotsky, Avital Elad, Stefanie Epstein, Segy Finklestem, Robin Finn, Jeannie Franzblau, Jennifer Gambale, Wendy Garrett, Jennifer Garson, Debbie Gasiorek, Erin Gebroe, Tiffany Gee, Jennifer Gibbons, Kera Glazer, Con Goldberg, Leslie Goldstein, Jennifer Gould, Lisa Gould, Dara Gray, Felicia Green, San Guler, Nancy Gura, Michelle Herman, Nicole Herzog (Secretary), Rebecca Hilberman, Jessica Holman, Cynthia Huerta, Kate Igo, Gabby Kaplan, llene Keys, Julie Kim, Kelli Kirkland, Quinn Kitmitto, Missy Krasner, Denise Lawrence (President), Cherie Levin, Rachel Levin, Erica Lewis, Kan Lindauer, Dana Linker, Julie Lipkin, Jodi Loeffler, Kim Lofft, Suzie Luner, Rachel Lunianski, Lauri Mattenson (Treasurer), Leah Mayerson, Yukiko Michael, Erika Miller, Debi Mobile (Vice President), Reggie Montalvo, Lisa Munoz, Debbie Neiter, Nikki Nourmand, Rachel Olitsky, Stacie Polashuk, Leslie Rabinovitz, Laure Ramm, Jill Ratner, Niki Rekant, Becky Rogoff, Elaine Romualdo, Jana Rosenberg, Carol Rozio, Leslie Ruben, Jill Russell, Judy Samson, Roxanne Sanchez, Erika Schiller, Zoey Schorr, Ali Segall, Lori Shaw, Carrie Shawber, Louisa Shipnuck, Sam Siegle, Elisa Silverman, Samantha Slotkin, Kira Solmon, Samantha Spielman, April Spitzer, Lisa Stem, Jodie Sterner (Rush Chairman), Lorelle Taras, Missi Tepper, Lisa Thorn, Emma Thornber, Allison Toplitt, Megan Walsh, Liz Weiner, Nancy Weintraub, Allyson Weisburg (Social Chairman), Donna Whooley, Angie Yoshida. ■ Robin Finn, Jodie Steiner, and Andra Berg definitely aren ' t victims of the " Phi-0-One Blues " at AEPhi ' s annual Senior Party. I AEPhi ' s Fall Sisterhood Picnic was a great study break for Erika Miller and Jessica Holman. Greeks 329 Alpha Phi ALPHA PHI FACTS Date Founded: 1868 Where Founded: Syracuse University Colors: Silver and Bordeau Symbol: Ivy Leaf and Teddy Bear Flower: Lily of the Valley and Forget-Me-Not Philanthropy: American Heart Association " AEO Baby! " -Alpha Phis at UCLA H Joe Bruin snuggles up to Catherine and Diane Rows at Parents Day 1990. H PkHging Day provides smiles to welcome their new pledges. 330 Greeks Linda Abraham, Nikki Acosta, Britt Anderson, Melissa Appleby, Candice Atherton, Natascha Backes, Lynn Bagge, Lisa Bardon, Marianne Barulich, Adrienne Baumann, Claudia Benkonvich, Lisa Berliner, Tmamarie Bernard (Social Chair), Lara Bernstein, Crystal Lee Boyd, Kristy Bricker, Julie Brotherton, Heather Brown, Katy Brown, Tricia Buelna, Leah Cadavona, Jennifer Carey, Cawley Carr (Secretary), Susan Charles, Eieanore Chen (Secretary) , Lily Chen, Kelly Ching, Diane Christoff, Julie Crowder, Kim Dagermangy (President) , Elisa Davis, Stephanie De Virgilio, Kristin Donaldson, Lori Dorfman, Kassy Earhart, Holly Ehret, Liz Engel, Kristin Fotlage, Tami foss, Jolie Franklin, Julie Freeman, Karin Freeman, Courtney Frisch, Carrie Frymer, Lisa Gayvert, Shirin Ghotbi, Julie Giacopuzzi, Tracy (5ibbs, Debra Gomes (Social Chair), Lorna Good, Jenny Good, Jenny Gordon, Alyce Greer, Christine Griswold, Rachel Gruber, Remi Guyton, Kerry Haidinger, Tory Hanahan, Jennifer Harriger, Snady Hatanaka, Karin Hayes, Emily Heath, Brooke Henderson, Jamie Herbstman, Vicki Hesse, Mindy Hightower, Wendy Hillis, Michele Hitt, Julie Hoffman, Lynne Homeyer, Cristie Isaacson, Marie Jacobson, Robyn Johnson, Patricia Juhn, Merdith Kato, Kristen Kennedy, Carol Kenny, Robyn Kimura, Janel Lardizabal, Amy Lassiter, Aimee Lembach, Erin Lempriere, Lissa Loeffler, Stefanie Lingle, Debbie Longstreet, Bir Lu, Stacy Mallory, Maria Margulies (Rush Chair), Veronica Marquez, Linda Martin, Sandra Matsumoto, Anna McCarthy, Tina Michaelsen, Jacky Moore, Monique Morin, Courtney Nelson (Vice President), Vanessa Owen, Suzanne Parker, Trish Pendleton, Kirsten Pinnell, Lisa Pondrom, Genevieve Porter, Maggie Pose, Lana Powers, Colette Prahl, Mikie Price, Jenny Rinella, Michelle Rodino, Kristin Rolla, Kristin Rounce, Catherine Rowe, Diane Rowe, Norma Salcido, Jill Sanchez, Lynn Sanchez, Lonne Segall, Eden Shapiro, Anne Shelby, Price Shimirak, Mahala Snyder, Amanda Sommerfeld, Lisa Spangenberg, Lisa Spaniardi, Lisa Speigle, Lisa Staab, Lisa Steffan, Anne Steidlmayer, Karen Stevens, Lauri Stevenson, Lisa Strug, Maggie Swartz, Rachel Sweet, Kelly Tipton, Daisy Torme, Elana Towne, Danna Troncatty, Christine Tully, Anna Tuvilla, Christiana Virgilio, Kelly Wachowicz, Anne Ward, Kimberly Warren, Paula Watke, Tiffany Wentzel, Shelly White, Jennifer Whitelaw, Cindy Whittington, Corina Williams, Michele Woodruff, Tracy Wright, Bernice Wu, Carrie Yourd, Susan Zielinski. H Lana Powers and Lorna GoocJ keep their spirits and their Alpha Phi signs high for the Homecoming Parade. I Pledges and Actives stand arm-in-arm outside of Powell on Presents Day. O tr) CO Greeks 331 Chi Omega J!l_ CHI FACTS Date Founded: April 5, 1898 Where Founded: University of Arkansas Colors: Cardinal and Straw Open Motto: Rho Beta! Symbols: Owl, Skull and Crossbones Philanthropy: Various community service H Intramural Chair Lesley Kirchman tlianks CHi O ' s coaches for helping their A team to the finals in ISVT, Spring ' 90. H Kt Castleberg, Anne Klofkorn, Amy Merchant, Lisa Hunley, and Marni Ungerman in their booth at Mardi Gras — may " The Curse " be with you. H Presents was a blast for Alison Brenner, Kim Rosenberg, Marni Ungerman and Kendra Oldershaw and their dates. 332 Greeks ! fe:i: Susan Ackley, Robyn Altman, Melissa Anderson, Katie Averill, Michele Barber (President), Kim Bennett, Sarah Bernard, Hillary Bleeker (Secretary), Sarah Blom, Laura Braunwald, Alison Brenner, Carrie Brenner, Johanna Britton, Carey Bylin, Katie Castleberg, Sarah Chen, Melanie Cheng, Ashley Cormany, Kris Dayton, Shannon Dunne, VIviana Dinucci, Lori Dittman, Barrie Dollinger, Jennifer Domingo, Wendy Frawley, Kim Freeman, Aimee Fujimoto, Kristen Fullhorst, Chrissy Garcia, Clarissa Garmager, Maria Gedymin, Jennifer Gillum (Vice President), Catherine Gitlin, Eve Glatt, Gabby Gonzalez, Kathy Good, Lorraine Gumpert, Tai Heacock, Sharon Henry, Vanessa Herold, Kathy Holt, Jill Holt, Shannon Horsley, Lisa Hunter, Lisa Hurley, Lisa Hyland, Anne lchiu|i, Sandra Ikeda, Dena Johns, Vanessa Kaleb (Rush Chairman), Stephanie Kanter, Sharon Kayfetz, Beth Kenny, Kelly Kindt, Lesley Kirchman, Anne Klofkorn, Kim Klor, Kris Knudson, Stacy Kolker, Karen Kwan (Rush Chairman), Brittany Lauer, Heather Leake, Jenny Li, Michelle Lipoff, Monet Lowder, Maria Loyola (Treasurer), Elizabeth Martin, Jen Mayo, Shawn McKinney, Katie Mclntire, Amy Merchant, Jen Mewes, Heather Mills, Nichelle Miskinnis, Barbie Monshan, Susie Moore, Michelle Muns, Amy Neal, Nancy Negron (Social Chairman), Dana Newman, Karin Newman, Michelle Nosce, Kendra Oldershaw, Cindy OIkoski, Corrina O ' Rendy, Lisa Pack, Lisa Papetti, Stacy Parker, Kern Peterson, Tina Prost, Michelle Quinones, Kim Radcliff, Meg Reyburn, Rochele Richter, Amy Richards, Tiffany Rider, Jen Robinson, Kim Rosenberg, Michelle Santos, Cynthia Schlimmer, Crystal Scott, Stephanie Seigler, Michelle Simon, Juleen Slater, Christie Smith, Susan Smith, Charlotte Sprintis, Monica Su, Michelle Suzuki, Natalie Sywak, Heather Todd, Erin Tompkins, Tammy Tukloff, Julie Turberville, Mary Uebbing, Marni Ungerman, Laura Van Roy, Amy Villarreal, MandieWachal, Courtney Walker, Jen Webster, EIke Werner, Jennifer Wheeler, Julie White, Andrea Whitney, Gina Wilson, Katrina Wulffson, Holly Zell, Suzy Zimmerman. ■ Kendra Oldershaw has twice the fun during the 1990 Initiation Ball at the Hyatt on Sunset. I Romance was in the air at the pinning of Elizabeth Martin and Jim Bastian (ATO) on October 15, 1990. Greeks 333 Delta Delta Delta TRI DELT FACTS Date Founded: Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 Where Founded: Boston University Colors: Silver, gold and blue Open Motto: Let us steadfastly love one another. " Symbols: Pearl, pine tree, dolphin Flower: Pansy Philanthropies: Children ' s Oncology, Women ' s scholarship H Tina Petrusis and date Rob celebrate Presents ' 90 at the LA Sports Club. I " Delta Love " is shown by Tracy Matheson and Wendy Sullivan at Crimes and Misdemeanors. B Katharine IVIacDonald and Ashlie Beringer sun themselves on Dad ' s Day 1990. H Bugs Bunnytakes time outfrom directing UCLA ' s Marching Band to give Tri-delt ' s Julia Rice and Kristi Kromer a big hug. 334 Greeks o Wendy Angus (President), Julie Alexander, Natalie Ammirato, ' f , Rebecca Anderson, MarissaArractie, Ram Bactiand, Sammy IT Banks, Kristin Bell, Ashlie Bermger, Bonnie Bernstein, h . Kristin Block, Jeannette Bloomfield, Alison Blum, Meg I j J Boardman, Molly Boardman, Suzanne Bowers, Lauren h «H Bryant, Ken Brown, Tammy Burns, Kim Canter, Ann Cattalini, Judy Ctiase, Regina Choo, Julie Christanson, Kai Chubb, r r Claudine Conte, Amalie Couvilllon, Tiara Craig, Samantha ' Crisp, Jesse Cromwell, Kelly Croy, Becca Damavandi, Jessica Damavandi, Kristen Deal, Tammy Duffey, Barbara Eastwood, Alyson Eby, Staci Eisler, Amy Engerman, Angie Essey, Meghan Evans, Laura Fay, Lieba Faier, Pamela Fox, Kathy Fulton, Marcia Gagliardi, Caroline Galaviz, Tracy Garfinkle, Cindy Gayton, Kammi Genova, Nicole Genova, Lynne Glass, Krista Gough, Jennifer Gratteau, Meg Griffith, Veronica Gullo, Jamie Gunn, Melissa Halme, Shelley Hartfield, Jennifer Healey, Kim Henningsen, Katie Hieges, Karen Hindin, Sharon Hochman, Amy Hofstein, Laura Howell, Jen Hutchinson, Sandy Jacobson, Julie Johnson, Erin Juline, Amy Kasarda, Kelly Kauffman, Sharon Kaye, Shannon Kelley, Marilyn Kilcrease, Kristy Kromer, Michelle LeTourneau, Jenna Lewin, Kate Lind, Julie Lippman, Hayley Lutes, Katherine MacDonald, Patrice Malone, Alicia Maltzman, Katie Markshausen, Jill Martenson, Julia Mates, Tracy Matheson, Lisa McDermid, Jenn McElliott, Kristi McMichael, Kelly Metz, Jeannie Meyer, Amy Mickel, Wendy Miller, Kathleen Nelson, Vicki Nielsen, Martha Nix, Jane Ojanpera, Beth Palm, Amy Palmer, Jenai Pederson, Tina Petrusis, Niki Pezzaglia, Kim Posey, Lisa Prange, Judy Proko, Suzanne Puloplot, Jenn Putz, Julia Rice, Beth Rosemond, Allison Ruddell, Andrea Sactschale, Julie Sadlier, Kristin Schaefer, Miriam Schimmel, Shelly Schotsal, Kimberly Seibert, Lisa Sheive, Leslie Shelton, Kelly Shenefiel, Stephanie Siebrand, Kara Sivertson, Mandy Smith, Kim Soderling, Cory Southwell, Pam Sowar, J enny Sowarwine, Aparna Sreenivasan, Amy Staes, Rachel Stock, Jennifer Sundquist, Stacey Sussman, Wendy Sullivan, Elan Szymczak, Allison Takido, Michelle Tibault, Tiffany Treanor, Elvia VanEs, Monica Varsanyi, Jennifer Vogt, Edie Wagstaff, Yevette Wanlass, Jen Ward, Michele Weakley, Darci Winvick, Lindy Wolf, Sally Wonderly, Theresa Young, Dana Zamora. Greeks 335 Delta Gamma DEE GEE FACTS Date founded: 1873 Where founded: Lewis School- Oxford, Mississippi Colors: Bronze, Pink, Blue Open Motto: Do Good Symbol: Anchor Flower: Creann rose Philanthropy: Aid to the Blind " There are two types of education. One that teaches you how to earn a living, and one that teaches you how to live. Delta Gannma has taught us how to live! " -Kelley Sheppard Heather Drew H Steve Lundquist makes a splash with Beth Nicholson and Jenny Meehan at DG ' s spring philanthropy. H The festivities are just beginning for Jenn Carlson and Susie O ' Brien at Presents. 336 Greeks Claudia Aasen, Amie Acheson, Gabby Anderman, Kristi Anderson, Kathenne Bacon, Kim Ball (Vice President), Dawn Bandaruk, Mindle Barkoff , Kerry Barlas, Jenni Beach, Brooke Bell, Julie Benke, Lisa Bennish, Ann Blunden, Molly Blunden, Jessica Booher, Vanessa Bourdeaux, Lynn Bernstein, Traci Braddock, Terry Brennan (Social Chairman), Jill Brown, Nicole Bryant, Kristi Burgus, Debbie Bush, Kim Byers, Paola Caggiano, Dierdre Campbell, Jennifer Carlson (Rush Chairman), Alyson Carter, Nancee Castner, Stacy Catbagan, Amy Chambers, Sarah Chambers, Mia Ciraulo, Linda Cobb, Cathy Cohen, Shannon Corken, Anika Dahlstrom, Lynn Debay, Heather Dockray, Heather Drew (Vice President), Elizabeth Driscoll, Channing Dungey, Lisa Eisma, Jill Finney, Carrie Flisher, Cammie Foley, Jennifer Fornal, Susie Frimmel, Ashley Fuller, Erin Gallagher, Stacy Gamble, Tracy Gleason, Shannon Goldsworthy, Liz Grieves, Nancy Grigg, Kerry Grubb, Lisa Grundy, Beth Hampton, Lisa Handler, Cindy Hardt, Katie Haynes, Jennifer Hershorn, Katie Hobin (Vice President), Tammy Hoffman, Pam Holmes, Kathryn Houston, Samantha Howard, Julie Hudson, Kim Jaynes, Leslie Johnston, Laura Jones, Ruth Jones, Nicole Katof, Danica Katz, Kristin Keller, Shannon Kelly, Cammie Kennedy, Kim Kjos, Debbie Lafranchie, Traci Leadbetter, Staph Levin, Liz Levine, Julie Lieberman, Michele Lindzy (Secretary), Renee Loadman, Tara Lofstrom, Heidi Manger, Casie Marquart, Ella Marhnson, Tempe Mason, Nancy Masters, Michele Mathiesen, Nancy Mayer, Teryn Mayle, Maria McCann, Elly McCarthy, Melissa McCollum, Stephanie McGinn, Stacy McGrew, Jen Meehan, Corrine Mehigan, Carolyn Miller (Treasurer), Dede Miller, Emily Miller, Rana Mitchell, Jessica Mingura, Alana Moceri, Shannon Monigal, Liz Moody, Mala Mukherji, Laurinda Mulhaupt, Kristi Munro, Kathleen Murphy, Tracy Nagle, Trina Newman, Beth Nicholson, Susie O ' Brien, Lisa O ' Lea, Ellen Olender, Sharon Parks, Jana Peckler, Jenny Pendleton, Laurie Pendleton, Lisa Pollit, Eve Porinchak, Kim Purdy, Marci Putnam, Linda Ralston, Erin Reach, Amber Reddick, Megan Reilly, Kristen Reitz, Guilana Rende, Linda Richards, Andrea Roberts, Tracy Roden, Nicole Rodriguez, Kim Root, Doe Rosano, Jodi Rosano, Kelly Samuels, Erin Schatz, Came Scheberies, Kathryn Seay, Kristin Shelton, Kelley Shepard, Julie Smock, Jeanne Sperry, Lindsay Sturgus, Lisa Tabbush, Lisa Taitleman, Stacy Terrey, Dana Thompson, Sharon Tollner, Amy Tomlin, Mary Tuck, Lisa Vanatta,SharmaineVindanage (President), Meredith Vrlicak, Danielle Watson, Staph Wilson, Tiffany Wollack, Heather Woods, Jen Yates. H Molly Blunden and Lisa O ' Lea are happy together at their 1990 Grab-A-Date party. H Three ' s not a crowd for Ann Blunden and Lisa Grundy at their Lambda Chi exchange. Greeks 337 Delta Zeta Grace Asejo, Nanacy Barragan, Sheila Bernus, Chan Birnholz, Caroline Carter, Marcela Gallardo, Sophia Gonzalez, Debbie Hallman (Second Vice-President), Lauren Hendricks (First Vice-President), Barbara Hernandez, Shari Jacobs, Hillory Kozberg, Kelly Krai, Lora Malibiran, Catherine McCollom (Treasurer), Rachel O ' Reilly, Monica Paratore, Rachael Reitman, Karen ReVelle, Luz Santiago, Missy Shenkin, JoAnna Smith, Suzanne Stanley (President), Betty Villagra, Karen Weiss, Laralynn Weiss, Lisa Wright, Lesley Zimmerman. ■ Suzanne Stanley, Sheila Bernus and Debbie Hallman smile brightly at Presents 1 990. DZs paint the town in their own special way. H Exchanging hugs at Presents are sisters Nancy Barragan and Rachel O ' Reilly. " , • t 338 Greeks DZ FACTS Date Founded: Oct. 24, 1902 Where Founded: Miami University Colors: Rose and green Symbol: Lamp Flower: Killarney rose Philanthropy: Gallalidet College H Heather Berner, Betty Villagra, Sheila Bernus and dates do their part to support the environment even while attheir annual Castaways party. I Pink and green, Delta Zeta ' s colors, create a festive background for Lauren Hendricks and Karen Weiss in their formal attire. Greeks 339 Gamma Phi Beta Lisa Agajanian, Nora Asahara, Kimberly Austin, Ashley Ayres, Sabrina Barakat, Laurie Barnbaum, Lone Bettelyoun, Shalini Bhatia, Julie Bradford, Rena Bradham (Rush Chair), Christina Cannelopolous, Jacqueline Carlson, Anne Castellano, Julie Chiu, Kenya Clay, Lori Cohen, Eli ssa Davalos, Melissa Deleissagues, Melissa Desantis, Tracy Dilkian, Tracey Dilkian, Tracey Dorfman, Katie Eacrett, Carrie Farrell, Robin Fey, Kathy Fitzer (Vice President), Kathy Ford, Kerne Freeborn, Lori Friedlander, Traci Fntzler, Michelle Futterman, Emily Garcia, Sarina Garg, Cynthia Golitzen, Valerie Goo, Kathleen Hagan, Angela Hastings, Chrity Hayes, Kimberly Heaps, Carrie Hernandez, Linda Hou, Karilyn House, Cathy Hull (Secretary), Laune Hymes, Carmen Jacinto, Mariana Javurek, Lori Kandel Shan Kantor, Tina Kephart, June Kim, Date Kosuth, Nora Lavelle, Sarah Lee, Shrina Lee, Maria Leonard, Adoria Lim, Tern Linn, Carolyn Lundquist, Pam Maelzer, Letisia Marquez, Marcia McCarthy, Shannon Mclntee, Sherry Menor, Tanya Meyer, Jaime Morrison, Mareva Muchenje, Corinne Mulhern, Tiffany Mullen, Claire Nelson, Harriet Newnan, Stacey Nuccion, Ngozi Nwosu, Susan Park, Jenny Peer, Alissa Perlstein, Tamara Petrac, Darci Pollard, Kirsten Price, Angie Ramos, Laura Ramsden, Karen Reed, Patricia Rogers (President), Amy Salesin, Becky Saltzer, Cheryl Satterburg, Marcia Savarese, Stephanie Schmier, Muira Sethi (Treasurer), Natasha Shah, Jenny Shelton, Debbie Sheraga, Lisa Sjong, Agnes Smit, Alicia Steinaecker (Social Chairman), Stacey Sternberg, Pam Torrance, Alice Tsai, Amber Vasquez, Denise Wittaker, Amanda Wiedman, Janice Wipf, Catherine Wolfe, Vivian Woo, Malinda Wozniak, Shannon Wright, Michelle Ybarra, Chrity Yeszin. 340 Greeks I GAMMA PHI FACTS Date Founded: Nov. 11, 1874 Where Founded: Syracuse University Colors: Light and Dark Brown Open Motto: Founded Upon a Rock Symbol: Crescent Moon Flower: Pink Carnation Philanthropy: American Heart Association " I really think we have more fun together than any other house on the row. " -Patricia Rogers H Gamma Phis and their dates try to discover the culprit at a murder mystery party held in Winter 1990. I Leis and floral prints add to the atmosphere of Gamma Phi ' s Luau party. I Tanya Meyer, Stephanie Schmier, Angela Hastings, and Carrie Hernandez prepare for the first day of Rush. I Angie Ramos, Michelle D ' Angelo, Denise Cole, Joie Griset, and Kathy Ford enjoy each others company at the Mardi Gras Exchange With Phi Delta Theta. Greeks 341 Kappa Alpha Theta THETA FACTS Date Founded: January 27, 1870 Where Founded: Depauw University, Indiana Colors: Black and Gold Symbol: Kite Flower: Yellow Pansy Philanthropy: CASA and Dream Street " We have class and pride in ourselves. " -Nancy Dunn Jennifer Acosta, Sarah Adams, Kim Allen (Vice President), Allison Alter, Moana Asam, Denise Askew, Kim Barron, Charlene Barrone, Dana Barstad, Christy Basso, Trad Bates, Leslie Berger, Annushka Bermeo, Chelsea Bond, Tracy Bradshaw, Ingrid Brau, Natalie Britton, Dawn Brown, Sherri Brown, Shannon Burg, Jennifer Burkhard, Corrine Callaghan, Shawna Callahan, Jill Campbell, Kristen Carter, Nam Choi, Suzie Choy, Lori Cioffi, Ann Mane Crudo, Kristin Dagermangy, Julie Deardorff, Anne Dewitt, Cindy Dold, Nicole Donahue, Amy Dreyfus, Beth Dudley, Amy Dunn (Rush Chairman), Nancy Dunn, Sara Eck, Jennifer Faught, Kim Finklestein, Shannon Foster (Treasurer), Quinn Fox, Heather Gallegos, Rebecca Barrett, Trisha Gibbons, Jacquelyne Gifford, Lisa Goldberg, Kendra Gourvitz, Renee Gnnnell, Caroyn Hall, Juliandra Hamilton, Liz Hawkins, Kristin Keavner, Heather Helm, Melissa Hill, Kirstin Hoefer, Jenny Houston, Kristy Howard, Kathy Hoyt, Ins Ischayek, Kristen Jackman, Darcy Jones, Heather Karp, Jenny Kelleher, Kate Kimball, Jenny Kissell, Lori Klein, Dolly Klock, Kathy Koehler, Darcy Krauter (President), Jen Kron, Karrie Kulper, Kns Kulper, Margaret Kunkel, Nikki Lampe, Michelle Lanctot, Christine Langer, Kelly Lawrence, Lon Levering, Alicia Loncar, Leanne Lorentzen, Shannon Lynch, Diane Mallos, Caren Manchester, Megan Manion, Cindy Mathison, Tara Maxey, Laura McCandless, Alyssa McCornock, Heather McKee, Erin McNamara, Ton McPherson, Kim McQueen, Patty Mears, Marci Melnick, Amy Messersmith, Laura Miller, Ronnie Morales, Tama Morr, Sandy Morris, Jessica Needham, Noelle Nese, Paula Nicolas, Charlene O ' Bnen, Cheryl Oakley, Paula Oberg, Lauri Palmer, Kerry Parker, Melissa Powell, Millie Pozzo, Tara Reilly, Nicola Redely (Treasurer), Jodi Schenkman, Leslie Scher, Mary Schneck, Ingrid Schreck, Allison Seden, Jennifer Sherill, Allison Shore, Natalie Shukov, Michelle Sinclair, Kim Skeie, CJ Smuckler, Jennifer Sparks, Hilary Sperling, Jaxie Stollenwerk, Alyssa Swanson, Coby Taylor, Tracy Terstriep, Kirstin Thorn, Kathleen Thrasher, Wendy Thurston, Marsha Todd, Courtney Tozzi, Marcia Trost (Social Chairman), Amy Tyler, Lon Tyner, Alissa Varncchione, Susan Veisel (Secretary), Theresa Veisel, Jennifer Villagas, Dawn Volan (Secretary), Melissa Waters, Kim Weisbarth, Shannon Westphal, Michelle Wilhelm, Cathy Winston, Deborah Yeung, Can Young. ■ Theta ' s Suzie Choy, Kim McQueen, and Dawn Volan are more than excited to greet their brand new pledges on Pledging Day 1990. 342 Greeks Kappa Kappa Gamma KAPPA FACTS Date Founded: October 13, 1870 Where Founded: Monmouth College Colors: Dark blue and light blue Symbol: Golden key Flower: Fleur de lis Philanthropy: Make a Wish Foundation " Kappa is so unique and beautiful due to the unity and diversity within the house. " -Grace Kibler O m m ' X CO Jennylynn Andersen, Renee Andrade, Shanette Baerdsen, Tracy Bartlett, Leslie Bernstein, Candace Beisler, Sarah Biel, Allison Boscacci, Maury Boswell, Laura Bradley, Kiersten Bray, Julie Brooks, Kat Browne, Kristin Brunson, Charley Buntrock, Erin Burke, Jackie Bustamove, Xandi Byrd, Mary Beth Callahan, Chris Carter, Gina Castillo, Monique Chamelion, Jade Chan, Christ! Clark, Jeannette Colyvas, Kim Conant, Maura Coriston, Liz Corrigan, Ginger Courtney, Erin Crockwell, Wendy D ' Aillard, Megan Davenport, Carrie Davisson, Whitney Davisson, Ali Dickson, Stephanie Econn, Carrie Edmeades, Jen Elders, Madonna Fernandez, Shauna Finnie, Jen Flores, Jenn Fontius, Jodi Fraser, Andrea Galvin, Stephanie Garfield (President), Pam Ghan, Stacy Gordin, Anne Graham, Alexa Gullitord, Carri Gustafson, Sarah HadI, All Harrington, Holly Hart, Sabra Hattner, Lynn Healey, Aime Hendricks, Erica Hoegh, Kristin Ichishta, Kristine Jardines, Vanessa Jarman, Sue Johnson, Courtney Jones, Monica Jones, Nancy Kamerer, Grace Kibler, Kira Klaus, Claire Lane, Patty Lawrence, Hallie Levy, Debbie Lewis, Kim Lewis, Renee Lyall, Jolie Lynn, Liz Major, Andrea Makely, Marianne Makely, Liseanne Maid, Wendy McCarron, Carrie McCarty, Debi McMahon, Jill Meade, Kim Miller, Nicki Minor, Kelly Moore, Margie Moreno, Lisa Myers, Abby Nelson, Dru Nielson, Monica O ' Brien, Erin O ' Neal, Erin Olin, Sara Papas, Elise Pappas, Lara Plutte, Kelley Poleynard, Jen Pritchard, Wendy Raymond, Andrea Rice, Jaime Rico, Melissa Rouse, Danielle Rozanski, Sherry Rumold, Amy Rush, Elisa Sagardia, Clare Salstrom, Molly Sarber, Lynn Seymour, Lori Schaeffer, Mami Shimizu, Laurie Sleep, Kim Sobel, Lisa Stanhope, Anna Steding, Ashley Stowell, Alix Strough, Mary Beth Sullivan, Devon Talboy, Maurie Taylor, Gaby Ter-Jung, Susie Ter-Jung, Holly Toal, Adrienne Toscano, Heather Vaicek, Kristy Valverde, Gretchen Wacker, Jenn Wayman, Denise Weisel, Wendy Wilcox, Wendy WItherspoon, Justine Witt, Jill Young, Monika Zech. H Allison Boscacci, Courtney Jones, Sara Papas, and Sue Johnson show their sisterhood and prepare to welcome their new pledges on pledging day. Greeks 343 Kappa Delta KD FACTS When Founded: 1897 Where Founded: Longwood College, Virginia Colors: Olive green and Pearl white Open Motto: " Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest. " Symbols: Pearl, emerald, dagger, nautilus, teddy bear Flower: White rose Philanthropy: National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse " Kappa Deltas really love each other, we ' re not just a group of women but rather friends, confidants and sisters. " -Jamie Billotte 344 Greeks Wendy Alpert (Social Chairman), Kristi Arnold, Susan Barrlcella, Tama Bedrosian, Wendy Blumenthal, Jamie Billotte (President), Samantha Brown, Dede Cardona, Grace Caulfield, Pans Chatman, Heather Cohenour, Lora Cowan, Maureen Curr, Meara Daly (Secretary), Jennifer Dauer, Christine Davis, Lesel Dawson, Debbie DeGenaro, Erica Donaldson, Erin Donnelly, Mary Doolittle, Kathy Dreifuss, Aimee Duell, Monica English, Lisa Evans, Elisabeth Evanshine, Vicki Finkler, Seana Fisher, Kim Fleming, Pearl Fu, Jamie Flynn, Sandra Fonseca, Gail Gabby, Jenn Gillon, Susan Gonzalez, Jem Greeley, Elizabeth Greene, Betsy Griffith, Emily Grogan, Shan Gross, Danielle Hanchett, Diella Hanchette, Deanna Herson, Leslie Hewitt, Vanessa Hill, Christina Howard, Teresa Huerto, Jean Ihlenfeldt, Cathenne Jackson, Angela Januska, Jen Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Kellie Jordan, Michelle Kane, Jenny Kaplan, Kim King, Rachel King, Shelley Knowles, Angela Knox, Meredith Kovach, Kelly Krause (Treasurer), Sandra Krivosic, Sonya Krolik, Andi Kushner, Andrea Laurence, Kristen Lawrence, Nadia Lazarovici, Sandy Lee, Anita Lengua, Kristin MacDonald, Leslie Manuel, Carolyn Mattes, Stacy Mayeda, Tracy McMurtry , Kelly Rae Meek, Susan Mescavage, Alicia Mew, Sarah Mino, Julie Moore, Cherise Morales, Vicki Moreno, Sonja Munevar, Kim Myers, Christine Nicholas, Christina Nicolosi, Kristin Noyes, Kelly Okada, Christie Ortega, Erica Oyadomari, Carolyn Parry, Tammy Payne, Jennifer Perm, Anne Powers, Kimberly Quinn, Liz Rhodes (Vice President), Rosemarie Rigor, Erin Rogers, Dana Rogness, Yvonne Russell, Carrie Sayre, Claudia Sandino, Cathy Schecter, Carrie Schneider, Judy Shieh, Adrienne Sholders, Dara Shulman, Rory Silver, Karen Sisneros, Heather Smith, Tammy Jo Solono-Fleener, Hilary Sorensen, Stacy Sterling, Robyn Stewart, Kira Stickgold, Fahi Takesh, Janet Tanasugarn, Shana Torem, Jill Urstein, Graciela Valero, Kim Vallone, April Verlato, Yelena Vucurevic, Alicia Watts, Jennifer Weiler, Karen Wetzel, Star Whalen (Rush Chairman), Kate Whitmore, Kim Wokoek, Kate Wolf, Elane Yutan, Maria Zukernick. H A handful of brand new KD pledges show off their pride at Presents ' 89. H Kappa Delta ' s Star Whalen, Erin Rogers, and Monica English show some bright smiles. H Tammy Payne and Grace Caulfield get into the Christmas spirit at KD ' s holiday party in 1989. H Dancing up a storm at Presents are Carrie Schneider and boyfriend Kyle. Greeks 345 Pi Beta Phi PI PHI FACTS Date Founded: April 28, 1867 Where Founded: Monmouth College, Illinois Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Open Motto: In Concordia Symbol: Angel, Arrow Flower: Wine Carnation Philanthropy: Arrowmont College " Pi Phi pride is the best! " -Pi Phis at UCLA H Pi Phi ' s are as happy as can be showing off their new pledges at Presents this year. ■ Paula Hermanson, Julie Lipps, Robin Puckett and Kelly Bryant are excited to meet their new pledges on Pledging Day 1990. I Pledging day brings out wide smiles. 346 Greel s 4- n B 4 Presents ' 9C Whitney Allen, Tammy Ames, Karyl Andolina (President), Lisa Althouse, Stacy Ash, Ashley Ayres, Julie Audino, Margaret Bacon, Chris Babrick, Stacey Bailey, Cristol Barrett, Dawn Beare, Marlah Beiike, Laurie Bennett, Michelle Bennett, Bernardy, Kristie Bishop, Melissa Boll, Colby Brown, Kelly Bryant, Jennifer Burleson, Jill Burns, Sunday Cagle, Missy Canevaro, Claudia Carias, Dana Carlson, Sham Gate, Allison Chozen, Kellie Collins, Kristin Collins, Becky Crane (Treasurer), Stephanie Curtain, Danielle Davidian, Johanna Davis, Carolyn Day, Kindra Devaney (Secretary), Debi Di Bias, Melissa Distifeno, Colleen Dougherty, Monica Fat, Debbie Finklestem, Jennifer Fisher, Kristen Fuller, Kim Gagnes, Darbi Gaunt, Julie Giers, Andrea Gill, Dionne Gordon, Wendy Gottlieb, Andrea Graham, Mandy Gray, Ton Green, Missy Gruber, Rachel Harel, Paula Hermanson, Marcia Herron, Tara Holtzmuller, Jessica Huntington, Nadine Hyde, Rachel Kaiser, Debbie Kaste, Jennifer Kelly, Kathy Kendall, Ann Kim, Katie Kites, Alanna Klein, Alison Knepshield, Amy Knepshield, Kamrin Korsmeir, Amy Kossons, Corrine Kramer, Maria Kupferman, Alison Lange, Jennifer La Roque, Jennifer Lee, Sandra Lee, Liz Leo, Jessica Lindzy, Julie Lipps, Beth Magnan, Bibi Marti, Lori Maxheimer, Robin Mayemura, Megan McCarren, Christine McCarthy, Sophie McNitt, Wady Milner, Chrissy Mmgst, Alli Mirza, Lisa Morgan (Rush Chairman), Alison Murray, Julie Myers, Sarah Newcomb, Emily Nicklin, Kristin Olivas, Patricia O ' Malley, Noreen O ' Prey, Katie Parker, Jenna Pascover, Pam Pickens, Aneke Plimier, Michelle Plumlee (Social Chairman), Devon Postal, Robin Puckett, Jennifer Rand, Linda Ratcliffe, Martha Richardson, Susan Riddle, Danielle Roberts, A.J. Robinson, Susie Roggenbuck (Vice President), Jennifer Sauvage, Stefanie Scheck, Stefanie Schulander, Stacy Sebane, Dana Shapiro, Lisa Shapiro, Kelly Sheppard, Stacey Smith, Kristin Soike, Molly Stadum, Ann Stark, Felicia Strankman, Conni Sullivan, Stephanie Sullivan, Aimee Suter, Lori Teets, Vanessa Thomas, Shaun Thompson, Michelle Torrico, Amy Towery, Megan Troy, Kori Ungerland, Sarah Valentine (Vice President), Stacey Van Gessel, Carisse Varr, Kan Walkup, Tracy Watkins, Kim Watson, Con Wellins, Hilary Werdel, Shannon White, Alesia Wilham, Julie Williamson (Vice President), Alyssa Wilson, Karen Wynn, Adnenne Yarlett, Kim Zdobnikow. H Pi Beta Phi ' s are all dressed up for Scholarship Dinner. I Colby Brown, Amy Knepshield and Patricia O ' Malley present not only their pledges but also themselves in the Fall of ' 90. I Together as friends, some sisters of Pi Phi show their new pledges the true sisterhood of their sorority. Greeks 347 Sigma Kappa ■ Jennifer Hendricks, Adina Burbank, and Karen Larson show their Bruin spirit. I Lauren Alpert and Cheryl Wu snnile before the Presents ceremony. H After dancing the night away, Jacquie Pulwer, Suzanne Stage!, and dates pose for a picture. B Grace Chen, Suzanne Stage!, and Karen Krishfield tal e a breal from moving into their room in the sorority house. I Veronica and Carolina !lic find another set of twins to " hang " out with at their Boxers and Bowties Exchange. 348 Greel s Jehan Abdel-Gawad, Sharyl Allensworth, Lauren Alpert, Karen Artavia, Karen Atkinson, Merrill Barr, Rosy Barrlentos, Minnie Bautista, Tammy Beatty (Rush Chairman), Zena Blecker, Adina Burbank, DIna Caal, Gina Cafasso, Grace Chen, Sue Cho, Pamela Choy, Susan Deas, Joy de Leon, Lisa Donaldson, Melissa Elbar, Rebecca Fish, Jessica Fomll, Naomi Goldman (Vice President), Mieke Gondobintoro, Heather Gordon, Robin Hanik, Mishon Harris, Kirstin Hartenbower, Serena Henderson, Jennifer Hendricks, Doris Ho, Susan Horn, Carolyn Hori, Robin Hyman, Carolina llic, Veronica Hie (Vice President), Jane Kennedy, Leslee Klein, Shannon Kline (President), Karen Krishfield, Kristin Lang, Karen Larson, Wendy Law, Janet Lee, Sue-Jean Lee, Susan Lee, Suzanne Licker, Amber MacArthur, Margaret Madden, Lisa Meier (Secretary), Joanne Meyer, Dawn Miyamoto, Sabrina Novoa, Karen G ' Donnell, Stacey Park, Lisa Patterson, Laura Peters on, Wendy Phillips, Jacquie Pulwer, Debra Ruby, Moe Sammon, Dea Schaub, Lisa Sevcik, Suzanne Stagel, Crystal Sustaita, Rebecca Tabares, Cheryl Telesco, Holly Trotman, Jenni Villa, Karen Wang, Jennifer Wright, Cheryl Wu (Social Chairman), Gayle Young (Treasurer), Stephanie Yu, Susan Yue, Allison Ziomek. SIGMA K FACTS Date Founded: Nov. 9, 1974 Where Founded: Colby College, Maine Colors: Lavender and Maroon Open Motto: One Heart, One Way Symbols: Dove, Heart Flower: Violet Philanthropy: Alzheimers Disease and Gerontology " Our purpose is to unite our members in friendship for the development of character and the promotion of social, literary, and intellectual culture. " -Grace Chen O tn tn CO Greeks 349 Groups courtesy of the Brum Belles Campu IS Organi; Lations A Cab to the Theater Productions Biology Graduate Students Association Doctoral Nursing Student Association ADAPT: A Div. Assoc. Promot. Tolerance Black Caucus, School of Social Welfare Drew School of Med. Class of 1993 Adult Children of Alcoholics Black Christian Leaders (BCD Dykstra Hall Resident ' s Association Afr. Amer. Invest. Entrepreneurial Soc. Black Graduate Students Association Economics Business Student Assoc. African American Transfer Students Black Graduate Students in Management Ecumenical Black Campus Gosp. Choir African Americans in Communications Black Hypertension Project Ecumenical Black Campus Ministries African Dance Club Black Pre-Health Organization Eighteenth Century Reading Group African Education Network Black Student Committee, GSAUP EIngineers for Social Interaction African Education Project Black-Latino AIDS Project El Centre Legal de Santa Monica African Student Union Bruin Amiga User ' s Group Engineering Business Society African Studies Academic Board Bruin Baptist Christian Fellowship Engineering Graduate Students Assoc. AISEC-UCLA Bruin Democrats Engineering Society, UC Aikido Club Bruin Earth First! Eng. Stud. for the Adv. of Space Explor. Al-Anon Family Groups Bruin Free-Thought Society Entertainment Law Society Alcoholics Anonymous Brum Honor Society Environmental Biology Assoc. (EBA) Alpha Delta Chi Bruin Korean Bible Study Environmental Coalition Alpha Gamma Omega Brum N.O.W. Evangelical Fellowship of Christians Alpha Lamda Delta Bruin Presbyterian Fellowship Exceptional Children Tutorial Project Alternative Spring Break Brum Republicans Exceptional Children ' s Tutorial Project Amer. Soc. of Metals, Minerals, Materials Bruin Skydiving Club Familia American Choral Director ' s Association Bruins for Life Fast for World Harvest, UCLA Amer. Indian Graduate Students ' Assoc. Bruins for the Environment Favonius American Indian Student Association Buddhism Study Group Federalist Society, The Amnesty International CALPIRG, The Organizing Committee for Feminist Planners and Designers Group Animation Workshop, the UCLA Campus Advance Fencing Anime Society, The Campus Christian Fellowship Fiction Study Group, The Anthropology Graduate Student Assoc. Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) Film Folklore Association Anthropology UCLA Campus Editors and Writers Finnegans Wake Circle Applied Linguistics Research Group Campus Forerunners Folklore Graduate Student Association Applied Nuc. Physicists for a Better Soc. Campus Mandarin Bible Study Formula for the Future, The Archery Club Campus Radical Women Free Association-FA Armenian Students Association Carte Italiane Free Speech Movement Armenian Tutorial Project, UCLA Central American Education Committee French Club Arnold Air Society CFAAR-LA Freshmen Striving for the Future Art History Association, UCLA ChicanoAatino Med Students Assoc. Friends of Catalonia Art History Graduate Student Association Chicanes for Community Medicine Future Educators of America Asian American Christian Fellowship China Club Gay and Lesbian Association, UCLA Asian American Journalists of UCLA Chinese Christian Assembly Gen Lee Jujitsu Asian American Ministries Chinese Christian Fellowship General Union of Palistinian Students Asian Amer. Studies, Grad. Stud. Assoc. Chinese Student and Scholars Assoc. Geography Graduate Students Assoc. Asian and Lesbian Gays (ALG) Chinese Student Association Germanic Lang. Grad. Students Assoc. Asian Dental Care Program Christian Friendship International Golden Key National Honor Society Asian Education Project Christian Science Organization Gospel Truth Choir Asian Pacific Amer. Journal of the Arts Christian Student Fellowship Grace on Campus Asian Pacific Amer. Grad. Student Assoc. CINECO Graduate Art Lecture Series Asian Pacific Coalition Circle K Club of UCLA Graduate Choreographic Association Asian Pacific Health Corps. Coalition for Child Care Graduate Christian Fellowship Asian Pacific Islander Law Stud. Assoc. Cognitive Science Council Graduate Linguistics Circle Assoc. Students of Exper. Pathology Collaborative Arts Club Graduat Planners Association Association of Chinese Americans College of San Ambroglio SCA Grad. Stud. Org.-Spanish Portuguese Association of Student Musicians Comedy Club, The UCLA Graduate Students Assoc, in Education Athletes in Action Comic Book, Collectibles Club Grad. Stud, in E. Asian Lang. Cult. Ayn Rand Society, The Comitatus Graduate Television Collective Baha ' i Club Comm.of Stud. Cone. About Ethnic Iss. Grp for the Study of Composite Culture Barrio Youth Alternative Committee on Social Issues (COSI) Grupo Folklorico de UCLA BEAR Comm. on Soc. Issues in Med. - COSIM Habitat for Humanity Bel Air Presbyterian College Fellowship Concerned Faculty Heal the Bay Bengali Students Association Dance Ethnology Grad. Stud. Assoc. Hedrick Hall Residents ' Hall Best Buddies Delta Sigma Delta Dental Fraternity Heisei Bruins-Japanese Studies Bible Studies - New Old Testament The Design Forum Hemlock Society Bible Study Fellowship Devel. Disabilities Immers. Prog.(DDIP) 352 Groups -. 1990 - 1991 Hillel Student Association Hitch Residential Suites Association Hong Kong Student Association HUGIN Hui O ' Imiloa (UCLA Hawaii Club) Human Rights Education Council Incarcerated Youth Project- MSU-UCLA Indian Students Union Indo-Chinese Student Association Inner-City Tutorial Project Inter-Residence Hall Association Intl. Comm. Against Racism (InCAR) Intl. Diabetic Athletes Assoc. (IDAA) International Health Student Network International Health Task Force- IHTF Intl. Planners and Architects Assoc. International Students Association InterVarsity Brum Christian Fellowship Intl. Assoc, of Stud.-Econ. Bus. Mgt. Investment Club, UCLA Iran Research Education Group The Iranian Students Group (ISG) Issues in Applied Linguistics Group Jewish Idea The Jewish Law Students Association Jewish Student Union Jusur Kaleidoscope Theatre Kali-Silat Kappa Kappa Psi Karate Club Korean American Christian Fellowship Korean Campus Crusade for Christ Korean Catholic Bible Study Kyrie Korean Cult. Aware. Grp. (Han ool Lim) Korean Education and Action Comm. Korean Students Association Korean Tutorial Project, UCLA Kosher Connection La Escuelade la Raza Last Chance for Animals Latin American Student Association Latin American Theatre Project Latinas Guiding Latinas Latino American Dental Students Latino Business Association Latino Caucus Latino Student Health Latino Writers Forum Latter Day Saint Student Association Library Staff Association Lithuanian Students Association The Little Spark Lutheran Campus Ministry Making a Difference Mandarin Christian Fellowship Marketing Advertising Club MEChA Medieval Symposium Men Against Rape Messianic Student Association Mester Mid. East. Studies and Cultural Group Mm. Assoc, of Planners and Architects Minority Undergrad Prof. Entering Society Mira Hershey Hall Residents ' Association Mozambique Education Committee Musicians for the Masses Musicology Graduate Students Assoc. Muslim Student Association, UCLA Muslim Union National Black Law Journal Nat. Org. for Pos. Images in Motion Pics. The National Society of Black Engineers The Navigators New Filmmakers Alliance New German Review No Prior Convictions Not Necessarily MBI Bible Study Org. for Living in Growing Harm. Together Omicron Delta Epsilon The Outdoor Club Overeaters Anonymous Pacific Islands Student Association Palestinian Students Association Paroles Gelees Peer Health Counselors Persian Hillel Phi Alpha Phi Phi Eta Sigma Philosophy Colloquium Committee Pilipino Recruitment and Enrichment Program Pilipinos for Community Health PIRLA Plastic Silverware POLIS Pre-Optometric Society Project Mac Project Motivation Project Pancake - Literacy Program UCLA Psychobiology Undergraduate Assoc. Psychology Graduate Students Assoc. Raza Artistas de l Pueblo Raza Graduate Student Org., UCLA Raza Women ' s Organization Recondo Regents Scholars Society ReJOYce In Jesus Ministries Relief International Republican Law Students Association Rieber Hall Residential Association Romance Ling. Lit. Grad. Stud Assoc. Romance Ling, and Lit. Review The Romantic Study Group Ryukyu Kempo Club Save the Children Saxon Residential Suite Association SCARCE, The Brum Rainforest Group Semper Fidelis Club Senior Citizens Project 17th Century Graduate Reading Group Seventh Day Adventist Friday Fellowship Shinu - KSA Snow Ski Club Society for the Enhancement of Cult. Theo. Sociobiology Society of Bruins for Metaphysical Inquiry Society of Latino Engineers and Scientists Sociology Graduate Student Association Sproul Hall Residence Association Student Assoc, for Latin American Studies Student for Christ Stud.Gov. Bd, Grad School Libr. Info.Sci. Student Health Advocates (SHA) Student Kehilla Student Media Lab Student Travel and Adventure Club Students for America Students for Liberty Students Honestly Opening Up Together Stud, in Solidarity w the Cent. Amer. Ppl. Students Teaching AIDS to Students Students United for Social Consciousness Support the U.N. Campaign Swim Club, UCLA Table Tennis Club The Tai Chi Club Taiwanese Student Association Tau Beta Pi Association The Ball Club Transfer Student Association Triad-West Turkish Students Association UC Dance Theatre UC-AFT 1990 UCAL Ice Hockey Club Ucia Advertising Club UCLA Alpine Ski Team UCLA Amateur Radio Club UCLA American Indian Law Student Associ. UCLA Archaeology Society UCLA Asian Pacific Islander Caucus UCLA Competitive Shooting Club UCLA Composers Ensemble UCLA Cycling UCLA Czech-Armenian Student Assoc. UCLA Dance Club UCLA Dance Therapy Association UCLA Esparanto League UCLA Ethnomusicology Students ' Assoc. The UCLA Fishing Club UCLA Biology Undergraduate Association UCLA Black Pre-Law Society UCLA Bowling Club UCLA Bridge Club UCLA Brum Belles UCLA Campus Choir The UCLA Celtic Colloquium The UCLA Chess Club UCLA Classical Guitar Society UCLA Communications Studies Society 353 Groups Association of Cliinese Americans The Association of Chinese Ameri- cans was founded in Fall 1982 and since has become a strong asset to the campus with its involvement in social and community projects. They geared their programs toward understanding the members ' unique bicultural identity as Chinese Americans. ACA strove to educate its members and the commu- nity about Chinese heritage while main- taining their Western influence. The primary goal of ACA was to encourage the interaction of individuals with other students to learn more about themselves and their culture. This was demonstrated by their celebration of Chinese New Year and their contribu- tions to the Chinatown community. ACA also worked to build friendships among Chinese Americans on campus. They held weekly meetings and dinners, quar- terly dances such as the UCLA-UCI Chi- nese Association dance, and traveled to to Lake Tahoe for their annual ski trip. During the past year, ACA ' s ac- tivities and special events were never- ending. As a support system for Chi- nese Americans, their influence stretched past the UCLA campus and into the heart of the community. ACA Officers: Chris Glaisyer (Co-Sports Director), Kathy Ho (Administrative Committee), Lawrence Hugties (Treasurer), Nancy Hui (Administrative Committee), Jofinnie Lau (APC Representative), Betty Lee (Historian), Dore Mark (Co-Sports Director), Alicia Mew (Administra- tive Committee), Francis Sfiih (First Vice President), Grace Siao (President), George Yen (Second Vice Presi- dent). Bruin Democrats " We want to inform students on issues that will affect them, " said Anita Akella, vice-president, on the goals of the Bruin Democrats. Bringing speakers such as Assem- blyman Tom Hayden and former Gover- nor Jerry Brown to speak to the campus about the 1990 Gubernatorial Race helped to bring the issues to the stu- dents. " I remember a different UCLA. I remember a student body that knew the issues and wanted to have a voice in them, " lamented former Stanford radi- cal Hayden. ' Td rather students were right-wing conservatives than apethic, " said club member Ben Holzemer. Throughout the year club mem- bers informed students of the issues, hoping to get them involved in the politi- cal system and hopefully convert them to Democrats. Anita Sundari Akella, Kara Francis, Stacey Fields, Ben Holzemer, Bill Kysella, Sara Leuthold, Jennifer Lyons, Mark McCreary, William Medina, Leslea Meyerfioff, Lisa Middlebrook, Aweer Mody, Ron Mortvedt, Maria Murray, Amy Navarro, Matt Nix, Tammy Pacifici, Phil Rothschild, Rita Schepergerdes, Ben Wexler. 354 Groups Chinese Student Association CSA Staff roster: Charlotte Cheng (Service Chair), Jean Hong (Co-Director), Jenny Hsieh (Cultural Director), Jimmy Hsieh (Social Director), Diana Huang (Asst. Historian), Kent Huang (Publicity Commissioner), William Huang (Asst. Service Chair), Larry Lai (Newsletter Chief Editor), Steve Lew (Asst. At hletic Director), Leon Liao (Secretary), Sandy Lin (Historian), Markus (Asst. Publicity Commissioner), Michael Sung (Co-Director), Elton Tang (Athletic Director), Charles Tsai (Asst. Historian), Tim Wang (Newsletter Asst. Editor), Frank Yang (Asst. Social Director), Alan Yu (APC Rep.), Rosmaria Yongvanich (Asst. Cultural Director), Joyce Yu (Asst. Service), Heidi Zee (Financial Commissioner) The Chinese Student Association offered the opportunity for its members to learn and explore Chinese culture. It was one of the largest Asian organiza- tions on campus and offered orienta- tion workshops, culture shows, dances, academic support services, and recre- ational activities. A talent show, dating game. Karaoke contest, a Casino Night, and a ski trip were all annual events of the group. It also provided ping-pong, ten- nis, bowling, volleyball, and intercollegate basketball teams, and participated in Homecoming and Mardi Gras. The group hoped to expand its services and provide legal information assistance for Chinese immigrants next year. Karate Club The UCLA Karate Club, which is affiliated with the Japan Karate Associa- tion of Santa Monica, taught students the basics of karate like kata and spar- ring. The club trained twice a week in the Wooden Center and " welcomed all skill levels whether beginner or ad- vanced, " said President Brent Tan. The goal of the group was to get students more involved with karate on campus. For some members of the club, karate was simply a form of recreation and fun. For others, training at UCLA helped them to excel in competition outside of the university, and build a special philosophy to help them wrestle with the challenges of everyday life. Roger Fachlni, Tanya Anne Faltens, Sensei James Field, Pete Fuqua, Ed Gillan, David Hannauer, Michael Hummer, Robert Lew, Sean Rahir, Dave Smithrud, Brent Tan (Presi- dent), Henry Tehrenizadeh, Brian Treanor. Groups 355 Mortar Board Established at UCLA in 1939, Mor- tar Board, a senior honor society recog- nizing scholarship, leadership, and ser- vice to UCLA students, continued to be a vital asset to the campus this year. Throughout the year Mortar Board worked to advance the status of women and minorities, encouraged scholarship and leadership, and provided service to needy organizations. Dedication to these areas brought Mortar Board closer to the fulfillment of these goals. With the sale of calendars. Mortar Board helped to finance their own undertakings as well as award scholarships to economi- cally disadvantaged students. Board member Denise Lawrence explained, " To some. Mortar Board seems to be an organization for people who only concentrate on academics, but, being involved with this group has provided me with many opportunities outside of a classroom setting. " Haroon Anwar, Holly Baba, Heydeh Behgehani, Eric Besner, Jamie Blllotte, Mason Brenner, Armando Castro, Arpi Chalian, Samantha Crisp, Steve Daetz (Treasurer), Alison Daly, Ramie Dare, Ira Ehrenpreis, Coreen Endo, Tamyko Gaines, Matthew Hanasono, Justin Killig, David Hirsch (Vice President), Anne Ichiuji, Jams Johnson, Anil Kakani, Sharon Kaye, Denise Lawrence, Jocelyn Lee, Mercedes Lee, Soma Lewis, Diana Macalintal, Candace Ng, Peter Niemeyer, Shira Orion, Lorna Profant, Esther Sameyah, Laura Schiller, Leslye Sneider, Jennifer Sowerwine (President), Maryam Towfigh, Vandana Venkatesh, Betty Yen, Elaine Yutan, David Zetland. OAE TheTheta chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon Economic Honors Society shined in academic excellence and worked to strengthen the college career of its members. ODE, which consisted of over 100 members, held meetings once a quar- ter plus many social events including two banquets, which honored UCLA pro- fessors, offered lunches with profes- sors, and featured guest speakers. ODE had been at UCLA since the mid-eighties and has grown into a suc- cessful organization with the help of faculty advisor George Murphy. In the future, the group hopes to open its membership to graduate students and make more economic majors aware of its influence on campus. Edna Dere (Secretary), Allen Kao (Treasurer), Grant Kim (President), Glenn Vargas (Vice President), Elizabeth Wang (Director of Membership). 356 Groups Peer Health Counselors " Ask and you shall receive " could have been the motto of the Peer Health Counselors. This group of individuals provided information on a variety of health-related issues. PHCs gave pre- sentations as well as one-on-one discus- sions on subjects such as contracep- tion, suicide prevention, sexuality, AIDS awareness, and stress management. PHC volunteers played a vital role on campus by providing students with information that was easily accessible and easy to understand. Rosally Agbunag, Haroon Anwar (coordinator consultant), Christina Aragon, Lynn Bagge, Mane Bahr, Michael Barson, Julie Bass, Nanette Batioco, Nina Batioco, Annabelle Bleza, Debby Bohn (Recruitment Coordinator), Jason Bromberg, Michelle Bundoc, Lisa Chodak, Kendra Chun, Joni Doherty, Linda Dote, Avery Egerer, Holly Ehret (Fitness Outreach Coordinator), Susannah Ehret, Renat Engel (Nutrition Outreach Coordinator), Michelle Evans, Arlene Fernandez, Karen Fu, Danny Gavino (Historian), Julie Giers, Nancy Gold (Source Coordinator), Raul Gorospe, San Guler, Susan Halili, Amand a Haiman, Reina Hague (Women ' s Health Coordinator), Deanna Herson, Jennie Houston, Julia Hsu, Anne Ichiuji (Co-director), Karen Ikemoto, Oona Khan (Office Coordinator), Debi Klump, Chris Kuhlman, Karen Kwan (Campus Outreach), Josephine Lai, Cynthia Lakon, Ellen Lech, Joni Lee (Nutrition Table Coordinate), Shu-Fen Lee, Steven Lee, Tim Leifer, Mona Li, Ray Lin (Co-Director), Maria Liao, Erik Lindquist, Andrea Mackay, Caren Manese, Elizabeth Martin, Ron Mathiasen, Susanne Mcadam, Helen Medina, Jennifer Miller (Fitness Clinic Coordinate), Ketna Mistry, Cheryle Miyao, Kimberly Moffatt, Kym Moloney, Will Moselle, Sarosh Motivala, Gina Naco, Marti Navarro, Thuy Nguyen (Sexual Health Coordinate), Ngozi Nwosu, Mary Okino, Gisella Olivares, Robert Pandya, Jayana Patel, Nisha Patel, Darci Pollard, Dean Poulakidas, Diane Prayongratana, Laura Record, David Riley, Gabriela Riviello (Program Coordinator), Judy Rohde, Maria Singson, Jaymer Suarez (Communications Correspondent), Mark Stone (Hypertension Coordinator), Jennifer Taguchi, Elizabeth Talley, Summer Teruya, Lien Tran, Payam Vahedifar, Taz Varkey, David Ulick, Kim Uyeda (Fitness Coordinator), Dahna White, Juliana Wong, Shannon Wnght (Stress Management Coordinator), Lynn Yasui, Elaine Yutan (Publications Relations), Paul Yutan (Recreations Director). Tai Chi Tai Chi Chuan, or Tai Chi for short, is an ancient Chinese martial art which consists of slow, deliberate movements of the arms, legs, and torso in a union of mind, body, and vital energy. Unlike the martial arts which are very physical and stress body strength, Tai Chi concentrates much more on the mind with respect to the body. Ex- plained club President Clark Schierle: " Tai Chi is very slow. It is not a martial art... it is more exercise for the mind and body. " Paul Abel, Takahiro Aoyagi, Darryl Bates, Corey Bolden, Alice Carter, Betty Chang, Jacob Chang, Fung Chao (Instructor), Jackson Chia, Meng Chiao, Malcolm Dean, Deborah Duricka (Vice President), Debora Farber, Gunnar Floystad, Anna Gee, Stella Grosser, Trisha Jen, Robert Kerner, Scott Komo, Derek Lee, Michael Lee, Howard Liu, Sifeng Ma, Ken Malkes, Pedro Martinez, James Messoke, Kevin Moniz, Monica Moy, Vanessa Nauyen, Elizabeth Nicolai, Nora Papasian (Secretary), Catherine Polisoto, Analia Rapoport, Clark Schierle (President), Ian Schmidt, Joel Shapio, Daniel Sias, Shuyu Song, Neil Stollar, Edgar Tomines, Amber Williamson, Robert Winkler, Michelle Win- ters, Alfred Wong, Chien-pei Yu. Groups 357 Student Recruiters Student Recruiters gave prospec- tive incoming students a Bruin ' s view of UCLA this past year. The students received information about UCLA through the help of the recruiters. Recruiters acted as a liason be- tween students and UCLA by visiting various elementary and high schools. In the fall, Recruiters visited high schools and talked about their UCLA experi- ence. On any given day, you could see Student Recruiters giving tours to ambi- tious elementary school children or hope- ful high school students. As the word spread throughout the L.A. Unified School District, SR services remained in large demand during the year. Thanks to the help of Student Re- cruiters, UCLA looks forward to a great new freshman class in the fall and to students who made the right choice: the Blue and the Gold! 358 Groups Undergraduate Business Society PMM ' 1 r HR pSHj -1 -tm PIS l ' ' iH m _ H n S 1 K .... 1 hiM 1 Established in 1982, the UCLA Un- dergraduate Business Society started with a membership base of only 200 members. This year, UBS had a mem- bership base of over 650 members and was the largest student operated busi- ness club in the nation. UBS sponsored programs which exposed students to career fields of their interest. UBS also helped students develop skills that the business community seeked, such as leadership, initiative, and perserverance, so that the transition from school to the job market was eased. u B Roy Ahn (Corporate Support), Erin Brown (Vice President), Jill Brown (Social Events), Vijay Chevli (Associate Member- ship), Jennifer Chun (Corp. Sponsored Event) , Scott Crawford (Membership), Wendy D ' Alliard (Alumni Relations), Terrence Hall (Treasurer), James Hakemian (UBS Journal), George Hernandez (Associate Programming), Grant Kim (Associate Corp. Sponsored Events), Steve Lee (President), Susan Lee (Job Fair), Rick Perez (Programming), Samir Rajguru (Asso- ciate Job Fair), Catalina Vasquez (Publicity), Debra Wong (UBS Journal). YWCAn Deanna Adamson, Sok Sun Chang, Carol Chen, Sukee Chew, Jessica Chu, Judy Chu, Lisa Coffin, Lorie Enfinger, Julieta Figuerota, Sandy Herrington, Shirley Hom, Suzanne Mom, Tiffany Hu, Felice Huang, Buscaram Indarma, Saundra Johnson, Nina Kanga, Mm Kim, Vicky Leach, Kelly Lee, Sihwa Lee, Eden Lim, Alejandra Limon, Tina Mai, Angela Martinez, Suzie Maule, Linda McDonald, Alessandra Passorotti, Deborah Petersen, Tracy Pilgreen, Silvia Rubalcava, Vicki Ryther, Rosalia Saavedra, Wimon Sajjaskulchi, Shelley Sakaguchi, Margarita Sanchez, Maria Sanchez, Toshiko Scott, Cathy Stirling, Anh Tran, Lori Trellit, Kathleen Wheatley, Mei Wong, Tak Yee Wong, Minerva Valdenor, Shannon Young, Gloria Zweling. Housing forty women, the YWCA had both female and male volunteers. Many of their programs consisted of community service projects such as canned food drives, visiting the UCLA Medical Center for hospitalized chil- dren, and sponsoring children in the Philippines. " We basically promote the empow- erment of women and minorities in so- ciety. However, we are very diverse as far as volunteering for recycling pro- grams, holding seminars and workshops on institutional racism, and doing finan- cial planning, " commented YWCA volun- teer Chi-Yu Tien. In addition to regularly scheduled events, the YWCA hoped to implement a literacy program for the 1991-92 academic year. Groups 359 ASUCLA ASUCLA Services and Enterprises was dedicated to enhancing the quality of life at UCLA. Committed to making the campus a better and more pleasant place to learn, teach, work, live and visit, ASUCLA existed to provide places, products, and services by, for, and of students in which they had the primary voice and control. ■ For OPS cashiers, service with a smile comes first! H A cut above the rest — fresh flowers were available for sale daily just outside the main entrance of the Union. H At perhaps one of the busiest places on campus, workers like this never close the book on their duties. Groups 360 H A Tree House cashier displays one of ASUCLA ' s contributions to help the environ- ment — recyclable mugs. I Helping customers in Bearwear is no sweat for this ASUCLA employee. 361 Groups ASUCLA ASUCLA made it possible to get everything from textbooks to cappuccino right on campus. With more than 2,000 students punching time clocks just steps away from their classes, ASUCLA was the largest em- ployer of students on campus. H Nightime work proves busy for ASUCLA Night Managers. I Delicious muffins, fresh from the oven, are available every morning at Tout de Suite. H These students have found a job that ' s right up their alley at the Bruin Bowl. I Enviornmentally conscious, the ASUCLA Recycling Program, provides one of the foremost Recycling programs In the nation. 362 Groups From the Travel Service to the Cooper- age, from the Recycling Program to the Bowling Alley, our student workers served up books and bouquets with a smile- and fulfilled ASUCLA ' s pledge of Students Helping Students. Photos courtesy of ASUCLA. ASUCLA Board of Directors (L-R): Top row: Middle row: David Cast (GSA), Matt Mazer (Alumni), Allan Duboff (Alumni), Diana Thomas (Faculty), Jason C. Reed (Executive Director), Front row: Allen Yarnell (Administration), Dean Poulakidas (USA President), Kelly Wachowicz (USA), Janet Gong (Administration), Leo Ramos (GSA), Maria Rabuy (USA), Marjorie Chrisman (Recording Secretary), Not shown: Ruth Bermudez (GSA President), Danette Martin (USA), Thomas Schwartz (Faculty), Dorothy Webster (Administration). Groups 363 Bruin Belles For the past 42 years, young women have been honored through membership in the UCLA Bruin Belles. A voluntary service organization, its 150 carefully selected members served as the official representatives and host- esses of the University. Whereas the Bruin Belles were founded in 1948 as a hostessing group for the Bruin Rugby Association, today their participation on the UCLA campus and in the Los Angeles community is both extensive and diverse. Each year the Bruin Belles contributed thousands of hours in such areas as philanthro- pies, UCLA athletics, fine arts, campus events, and alumni functions. This year, the Bruin Belles volun- teered for such organizations as the American Cancer Society, the Hemo- philia Foundation, and the Senior Citizen ' s Project. In the area of fine arts, the Belles volunteered for KCET, as well as for the L.A. Art Council and the Young Musicians Foundation. In all their endeavors, the Bruin Belles carried on a tradion of excel- lence. In the words of Tracey Miller, Vice Persident, Bruin Belles " focused the compassion of 150 dynamic women toward the needs of our cam- pus and community. It ' s amazing how much so few can do! " 364 Groups Kimberly Allen, Liberty Amador, Karen Atkinson, Rachel Bacon (Public Relations Director), Jennifer Barragan, Celia Barrios, Grace Basila, Danielle Bernard, Jeanie Branham (Social Coordinator), Kelley Bryant, Dorann Bunkin, Ctieri Carberry, Jacqueline Carlson, Cawley Carr, Anne Castellano, Olga Ceron, Dejeune Champion, Kristin Chandler, Christine Chang, Dons Chang, Elaine Chu, Amy Cohen, Ashley Cormany, Susan Dawson, Cynthia Dinh, Djallon Dinwiddle, Michelle Domingo, Danielle Eubank, Karyn Farsakian, Pauline Fischer, Lesley Friedland, Nancy Frey, Kathryn Fulton, Sara Fung, Suzanne Futterman, Rowena Gargalicana, Tr acy Gibbs, Celina Gorre, Cheryl Halcrow, Kristina Hall, Stephanie Hammond, Jennifer Hansen, Elizabeth Harry, Kathleen Hirose, Diemha Hoang, Kara Hogue, Cynthia Holsey, Julie Hsu, Patty Huang, Hyewon Jun, Jane Kennedy, Kelli Kirkland, Kelly Krause, Andrea Kushner, Joyce Kwon, Josephine Lai, Lisa Lau (Treasurer), Sandra Lau, Brittany Lauer, Shirley Lee, Maria Leonard, Jennifer Liu, Sarah Anne Loizeaux, Michelle Look, Jams Louie, Amber Mac Arthur, Erin Marler, Meg Masuno, Dawnielle Matterre (President), Reshma Mehta, Sherry Menor, Christina Meza, Michelle Miguel (Secretary), Tracey Miller (Vice President), Denise Miranda, Elaine Mo, Jeanie Moore, Christina Nicolosi, Sepeideh Nouhi, Sham Odegaard, Julie Ohara, Tess Paragas, Sue Park, Jee Park, Rachel Parker, Patty Pinanong, Zan Raskin, Rowena Reano, Lourdes Reed, Aimee Rydgren, Maria Sanchez, Suja Savarirayan, Katherine Seares, Jennifer Shepard, Eve Silverman, Alexis Smith, Taunya Smith, Bridget Sorenson, Joy Soriano, Aarti Srimvasan, Sharon Steinberg, Lillian Sugahara, Kareen Tampus, Miki Thomas, Tracy Ting, Maria Tobias, Perlee Tobias, Suzie Trinh, Yvonne Tsai, Rebecca Vargas, Meg Vinton, Lori Watanabe, Denise Whittaker, Michelle Ybarra, Suzanne Yoon, Katy Young, Joumana Youssef. Groups 355 Comedy Club The UCLA Comedy Club was an eclectic, completely student-run organi- zation which provided entertainment to the UCLA community while allowing its members to develop their talent in com- edy writing and performance. Each of the club ' s shows featured all-new, origi- nal material generated during the group ' s comedy writing workshops. The club, which also performed around Los Angeles and at colleges throughout the state, helped to launch many successful careers in the enter- tainment industry. A highly polished and professional organization, " The UCLA Comedy Club aims to produce the most educated members of the entertain- ment industry, or at least the funniest members of all other industries, " said club president Steve Callaghan. H This member of the Comedy Club breatties a sigh of relief after a performance in the Coop. I Steve Callaghan shows members of the Comedy Club where their audience really is. Jonathon Bell, Randy Braun, Duyen Bui, Steve Callaghan (President), Scott Ewing, Chris Hardwick, Tom Huang, Christy Madrano, Monika Mikkelson, Clint Moore, Greg Niles, Glenn Peach, Bob Rich, Rafael Sanchez, Laura Schmude, Jennifer Sloan, John Smith, Fred Tatasciore (Secretary), D.S. Taylor, Bob Williams. 366 Groups Communications Board Eating in the Coop became a new experience this year thanks to the UCLA Communications Board. Starting winter quarter, " Comm. Board " made a resolution to play KLA in various places on campus. Thus, KLA was able to broaden its listener base and attract listeners who would take their appreciation for the station back to their apartments and dorms. Throughout the year, Comm. Board made decisions such as these, affecting all media groups at UCLA. The Board presided over the newsmagazines: Al Talib, Ha ' Am, La Gente, NOMMO, Pacific Ties, Ten Per- cent, Together, as well as Bruin Life . KLA and the Daily Bruin. Their decisions influenced everything from budgeting to productions for each group. Comprised of student and faculty representatives, the intent of the Board was to provide students maximum control of their work without interfer- ence from campus politics. They gave them the freedom to act as publishers of their respective publications. The Communication Board ' s tar- geted goal for the academic year was to face each media objectively, free from special interest pressures and to respond impartially to the proposals and needs of the various medias. H Chairman of the Communications Board Kelly Grovier, and graduate representative Steve Kaganove discuss a proposed resolution by KLA. Victor Bullock, Rushdi Cader, Larry Gower, Kelly Grovier, Gary Heller, Terence Hsiao, Steve Kaganove, David Lipsey, Jure Marn, Stuart Silversteln, Michael Stiber, Lisa Welch. Groups 367 Daily Bruin One of the busiest places on cam- pus was in Kerckhoff Hall where dead- lines were an everyday event. Yet no two were quite the same. Operations Manager, Staci Maher, supervised the production of ads for on- campus organizations as well as those for major corporations such as IBM and AT T. Her staff attended to computer inputting, billing, and subscriptions but most importantly to assisting student groups and businesses with ads that were placed in the body of the Bruin. But, Internal would have been very quiet if it wasn ' t for the External Depart- ment. External was responsible for soliciting ad space in the body of the paper to local businesses. Students were trained to deal directly and profes- sionally with people while they gained knowledge about demographics and economics. Up in the front of the office was the Classified Department. Here, students and members of the local community were able to place ads in the classified section of the paper with the opportu- nity of reaching over 22,000 readers daily. H Lana Yu works on an ad in the typogra- phy department. Jenny Acosta, John Balousek, David Barad, Leslie Bernstein, Dan Buczaczer, Jose Cano, Dana Carlson, Jennifer Carlson, Sulynn Ghee, Cindy Chen, Susan Choy, Roger Corn, Stephen Day, Delia Deocampo, Kindra Devaney, Danny D|ang, Kimberlyn Drew, Avital Elad, Mark Evans, Dante Federighi, Darren Fitzgerald, Shuvea Fountaine, Kris Freund, Jason Gallien, Kathleen Gasaud, Jay Golden, Leslie Golstem, Colleen Greenwood, Kathalina Ho, Sharon Ho, Kristin Hoefer, Andrea Jones, Sharon Kayfetz, Bob Kilduff, Robert Klein, Kathy Koehler, Martin Lauber, Sarah Lee, Staci Leuschner, Kristine Lucas, Staci Maher, Megan Manion, Julie Ohara, Jennifer McElliot, Alana Moceri, Stacey Money, Steve Payonzeck, Tina Prost, Tara Reilly, Scott Rittichier, John Santos, Stephanie Seigler, Mark Silverman, Jeanne Sparry, Tara Starr-Keddle, Marni Ungerman, Kim Vallone, Dawn Valon, Donna Whooley, Gloria Wong, Katrina Wulfson, Ray Yoshimoto, Lana Yu. 368 Groups Advertising Daily Bruin If you picked up at least one copy of the Bruin this year there was no doubt that the color photo on the front grabbed your attention. A first in Bruin histo ry, color pictures were featured in the paper thanks to a new digital darkroom in Kerckhoff. Al- though they planned to start slow with color pictures only a few times a week, they hoped to soon include color pictures in each edition as soon as enough people were trained on the computer equipment. Perhaps the most important as- pect that influenced writing this year was the Persian Gulf War. " Nothing ' s normal when a war breaks out, " ex- plained Assistant News Editor Tawn Nahn. Reporters and photographers spent hours in the office waiting for developments in the war in order to get immediate reactions from the UCLA community. She continued, " You can plan for a war and construct the paper around it but if things don ' t happen, the paper can suffer. " The staff at the Daily Bruin was constantly aware of changes, eager to report current events and news that was pertinent to the campus. With another year full of dramatic world hap- penings, all of the Bruin ' s efforts paid off. ■ While gathering news for his feature story, Kenneth Kecskes speaks with an informa- tive contact. Dean Abramson, Eugene Ahn, Kristin Amiie, Leila Ansari, Matt Ball, Holly Bauer, Kate Butler, Richard Cando, Joanne Choi, Charles Cooley, Gary Cordova, Kennedy Cosgrove, Thy Dinh, Shawn Elder, Matthew Fordahl, David Gibson, Ellis Ghodsian, Melanie Goldstein, Crissy Gonzalez, Christine Hagstrom, Greg Hayes, Grace Hong, Jane Huang, Jeff Imperato, Auris Jarasunas, Kenneth Kecskes, Laurie Lappin, Nancee LeNormand, Vicki Lewellen, Kathy Lo, Rodger Low, Steve MacCauley, Michelle McEvoy, Gail Moorehead, Tawn Nhan, Theodore Nicholas, Shalmali Pal, Heidi Parker, Chip Phillips, Jim Pickrell, Albert Poon, Matt Purdue, Linda Roberts, Nick Roberts, Adam Ross, Jay Ross, Dan Schiff rin, Albert Soong, Suzanne States, Jason Stewart, Richard Strauss, Lynette Tsai, Terry White, Rob Winfield, Wendy Witherspoon, Michael Wolffe, Maha Youness. Editorial Groups 369 Although lacrosse was not a varsity sport, it was well on its way to becoming one. Over the past seven years team members worked to expose the com- munity to the excitementthat makes the sport so popular in other parts of the country. According to team captain Justin Brownstein the appeal of lacrosse here in southern California " is a matter of exposure. ..anyone who sees it loves it and as does anyone who plays it. " The team this year had a busy and successful season. With practice start- ing in the fall and the season ending in April, the athletes had a rigorous sched- ule which included traveling to Arizona, Northern California, and San Diego. The travelingthough is whatmakes lacrosse exciting and enjoyable explained sec- ond year member Allan Cohen, " Being a member of the team at UCLA makes college more exciting — I am learning things outside of the classroom. Being an athlete not only helps me physically but mentally as well. " H Team Captain and Vice President, An- drew Washburn, attempts to outdo his opposer with a rush for the goal. Bill Anderson, Brad Barber, Erni Barros, Doug Baxter, Andrew Berg, Justin Brownstein (President), Alex Butkus, Chris Carrington, Donald Catanzaro, Chaco Clottfelter, Allan Cotien, Paul Dender, Gus Dunne, Robert Edwards, Jeff Elkun, Martin Esteverena, Sean Francis, Brad Hall, Greg Harris, Andrez Heinz, Nick Heldfond, Ted Hellman (Sec- retary), Jay Manning, Cleg Hubbell, Bob Huber, Mark Hutchin, Kavon Iranpour, Jeffrey Johnston, Craig Kaplan, Kurt Kilgore, Paul Kunzel (Head Coach), Steven Lee, Stash Maleski, Eric Marton, Amir Matityahu, Scott Matthews, Ross Mayfield, Rand Medina, Bryon Miltner, Jay Reeves, Christopher Ring, Vince Sampson, Keith Sibley, Keith Somers, Mike Starrat (Asst. Coach), Kevin Stricke, John Supp, James Tom, Phil Torreto, Andrew Washburn (Vice President), Bill Wright. 370 Groups Publications A vital organization on campus, the UCLA Publication ' s Office, sup- ported some of the nation ' s greatest college media forces— the Daily Bruin, special interest papers. Bruin L fe yearbook, and KLA Radio. It was through these media that people were able to voice opinions, debate con- troversial issues, and provide daily entertainment to the campus. The " UCLA publications are the place where ideas turn into action, " explained Publi- cations Director Terence Hsaio. Equally important was the Publica- tions assistance in providing great re- sources and on-the-job training for stu- dents interested in various careers. Editorial, sales, budgeting, advertising, business management and production were just a few of the areas in which students were able to contribute their skills, as well as learn them. Students were exposed to computer operation, finance management and interacted with personnel and business associates. The Publications Office geared it- self toward helping Bruins make the most of their college experience while at the same time acquiring knowledge to assist them in the future job market. Bobak Arablm-Khoshkhou, Terence Hsiao, Matthew Barrett, Charles BIschoff , Neal, Cohen, Frances Fernandes, Debbie Gasiorek, Susan Gesell, Young Lim, Liz Magallanez, John Magana, Lisa Sevclk, Arvll Ward. Groups 371 Student Alumni Association There were few activities on cam- pus that were unaffected by the Student Alumni Association. Whether students aspired to win Homecoming awards, create career networks or become alumni someday, undoubtedly it was SAA that sparked their interest. SAA brought UCLA such traditions as Homecoming (the largest student- run parade in the nation), Parents ' Day, Career Network, Dinner for 12 Strang- ers, Spring Sing, Senior Class Cabinet, Bruin Survival Kits, Run Like a Bruin 5K lOK Run and Spring Sing. Spring Sing participation was at an all-time high and for the first time fea- tured the Spring Sing Company with both dance and vocal performances. During Spring Sing, SAA presented this year ' s George and Ira Gershwin Award to music legend Ray Charles. SAA also played a key role in de- veloping student alumni relations while also positively reinforcing student fac- ulty relations through Career Network. The se cond-annual Faculty Appre- ciation Day was also a great success as students nominated various faculty members to be recipients of special tokens of thanks. SAA ' s success was primarily due to its commitment to the University. Explained member Rosanna Loo, " SAA helps to keep alive the UCLA experience in all its members, even after gradua- tion. " ■ The traditional bonfire returns to UCLA. I SAA ' s Board of Directors share some good times in between their hard work. Eric Alford, Jorge Ancona.Yasmin Anwar, CandiceAtherton, Alex Au, Kas Bagchi, Linda Bang, Jamie Billotte, Heather Boyle, Gina Bozajian, Matt Brian, Ivan Canete, Cawley Carr, Daniela Carusi, Mandy Castro, Dejeune Champion, Caroline Chellamy, Diena Chen, Marisa Chin, Pamela Choy, Nicholas Cravotta, Alison Daly, Cameron Darweesh, Jeff Davis, Chris Dornbush, Sharon Eastlick, Tessie Florendo, Monette Frankle, Lesley Friedland, Duma Gailani, Elisa Garcia, Julie Giers, Marcia Graham, Michelle Greene, Jamie Gunn, Eva Gutierrez, Jacqueline Guzman, Sandra Herrington, Danny Higgins, Mark Hoebich, Cherie Hovelsen, Julie Hsu, Patty Huang, Myra Jimenez, David Johnstone, Theresa Jones, Helen Joo, Heather Kiatta, Sun Kim, Claire Kohatsu, Lorna Kwan, Rhoda Lau, Wendy Law, Denise Lawrence, Nadia Lazarovici, Lara Levicki-lavi, Julia Lin, Richard Liu, Hazel Llamado, Niki Manby, Dawnielle Materre, Daria McLeod, Elisa Mendel, Sherry R. Menor, Johanna Mills, Lorraine Negrete, Monique Normandin, Pauline Obata, Paul Obico, Tony Pang, Alisa Rabin, Kimberly Renner, Magnolia Samadani, Mindi Schwartz, Irene Shung, Joy Soriano, Michelle Suzuki, Michael Tang, Janie Toll, Allison Toplitt , Hong-Ha M . Truong, Lisette Valdez , Kimberly Vallone, David T. Vanaiek, Michael Van Meter, Hiroshi Wald, Alyssa Wilson, Christina Wong, Kimberly Wynn, Jennifer Yu, Susan Zielinski. Sue h Slej oo lek fois 372 Groups School of Nursing [— i ' " ! 55— = ■■■■ ' - ■■■•: . - . — — mm. .. nL.-,.,Liii Mi 5 « ■ w r UKmA k. B ■ i L iUi a ra P --!T A J- tt v — - - - - - — SENIORS: Kristin Aamodt, Shannon Armstrong, Rita Backes, Juliet Chandler, Jeanne Chiu, Shirley Coll, Rhodora De La Cruz, Sue Dominguez, Shiela Fortunato, Kathy Fowler, Lorelei Fuderanan, Virginia Gould, Liz Haddad, Laurie Julian, McLynn Kumar, Christie Kwan, Yoli Lafaurie, Laurie Laxton, Wen Lee, Maria Llanillo, Kim Lofholm, Katie Lysholm, Kristin Macone, Patty Mayer, Gay Nakahara, Kim Powell, Jody Adams-Renteria, Ron Ramus, Kathleen Santamaria, Jenna Scarfone, Stephanie Seid, Kim Summit, TamTa, Linda Topper, Wendy Wang, Raechel Wetzstein, Mary Wobrock, Kathy Won, Elizabeth Woods, Yi Yang. JUNIORS: Michelle Arakaki, Milarose Baleva, Marie-fe Firma Belocura, Stephanie Blau, Jennifer Buttram, Leticia Castanada, Francisco Conde, Gillian Cooper, Megan Daugherty, Anne Deborah, Terry Eames, Lola Falana, Sarah Forsythe, Cathy Gatt, Dolores Geneva, Jacquelyn Gifford, Monique Hotrath, Eliza llano, Elizabeth Kelly, Jun Kim, Kim Kufus, Michelle Kuramoto, Elisabeth Lee, Anna Manalang, Lisa Marcos, Tricia Ann Mendez, Sharon Mick, Linda Mizote, Christine Na, Constance Olerich, Kimberly Ortale, Mantes Ortaliza, Susan Roberts, Marcia Schneider, Nancy S. Seeley, Virgin Shearin, Deborah Siegel, Kim Smith, Linda Tanaka, Emily Miwa Uchio, Fiel Angela Varona, Allison Wong. For the students in the UCLA School of Nursing academics meant more than studying long hours, it also meant being part of a giant family. The intense four- year undergraduate program delivered the students a Bachelor of Science degree upon graduation, but according to Publicity Director Shannon Armstrong, the degree was not the only thing she gained from the Nursing program: " Nurs- ing School has really helped my life. Even though it has been hard and chal- lenging I feel that after graduation I will be making a difference. " The Nursing School managed to make a difference even before this year ' s class graduated. In the fall, students collected food for an organiza- tion devoted to helping homeless and abused children. Para Los Nihos. In February, twenty students at- tended the California Nursing Students Association ' s meeting in Sacramento. During this time students voiced their opinions about current situations affect- ing nursing students and proposed changes for the upcoming year. Later in the spring, delegates attended a national meeting in San Antonio to vote on and discuss the proposed resolu- tions. Despite the rigorous academics inherent in the School of Nursing, stu- dents still found the time to have fun. For Homecoming, students paired up with the School of Dentistry and were awarded Best Animation for their float entry. In March, the School had its annual semi-formal dance and through- out the year had mixers with the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. For anyone in the School of Nursing it did not take long to realize that the school was not just a daily course of events, it was a way of life! H During Homecoming Week, Shannon Armstrong, Kim Powell, Kathy Fowler, and Jenna Scarafone show their Bruin spirit in front of their float. Groups 373 Samahang Filipino Samahang Filipino served to ad- dress the specific needs of Filipinos at UCLA. Samahang provided cultural programming, social events, educa- tional forums, academic suppport and represented the Filipino student popula- tion to the University administration. This past year, Samahang contin- ued to be at the forefront of many educational issues such as admissions, retention, as well as Filipinos struggle to maintain Filipinos in affirmative ac- tion programs. Samahang also sturggled this year to make sure that classes in Filipino American history were taught at UCLA. Additionally, Samahang Filipino awarded scholarships to gradu- ating high school seniors to aid them in their aspirations for higher education. At the core of Samahang Filipino tradition was Filipi no Cultural Night-an eventwhich symbolized the cultural pride of Filipino students at UCLA, united in an effort to educate and entertain the com- munity of Filipino ' s rich and diverse heritage. Held on March 29, 1991 in Royce Hall, FCN included performances of indigenous dances, native songs, and drama. Ferhaps most of all, Samahang Filipino was a support network for Filipinos at UCLA. By providing Filipinos with a sense of family, Samahang refected the vitality and vigor of a new generation, as well as providing an av- enue for people to come together and find the deep pride that comes from being Filipino. H Visiting the manongs, Jennifer Rose, Maria Rabuy, Maria Federizo and Gloria Perlas (seated) learn the lessons of the past during their March 3 trip to Agbayani village. Ciliii Sant Secif fer: 374 Groups Samahang Filipino ' s Fall Board (L-R): Front row: Sherry Batalla (Assistant Secretary), Theresa Magno (Secretary), Jennifer Rose (School Community Projects Coordinator), Victoria Leonido (Assistant Social Cooridnator). Back row: Ken Cabaong (PCN Coordinator), Mark Pulido (President), Rufino Bautista (Vice President), Rex Sampaga (Chorale Coordinator). Not pictured: Amiel Balagtas (Historian), Harriet Florentino (Scholarhip Coordinator), Pauline Hernandez (Treasurer), Russel Reyes (Social Coordinator). ■ Singkil princess Maria Dungo performs a cultural dance with grace and perfection during Samahang Filipino ' s Cultural Night 1990. H Caught backstage, Harriet Florentino and Corky Pasquil pose for the camera before going on to perform a dance in the Mountain Suite of Cultural Night 1991 , held in Royce Hall. Samahang Filipino ' s Spring Board (L-R) Front row: Antoinette Landenzia (Secretary), Sherry Batalla (Assistant Secretary), Teresa Magno (Treasurer), Jennifer Rose (President), Victoria Leonido (Social Coordinator), Rowena Gargalicana (Social Coordinator). Back row: Ken Cabaong (PCN Coordiantor), Rufino Bautista (Vice President), Rex Sampaga (Chorale Coordinator). Not pictured: Harriet Florentino (Scholarship Coordinator), Lurleen Johnson (Historian), Mike Magturo (Assistant Scholarship Coordinator), Raffy Puno (Assistant Historian). Yvonne Abelon, Claire Abraiano, Wilfredo Aguinaldo, Anna Maria Alves, Michael Le Anong, Leslie Arcibal, Ann Mane Motus Au, Vince Ayroso, Mark Baje, Sergio Patrick Barot, Sherry Batalla, Arnold Bautista, John Bautista, Peter Bautista, Rufino Bautista, Mark Benitez, Ted Benito, James Bonuan, Jonathan Bonuan, KristI Buluran, Howard Cabalfin, Ken Cabaong, Ronald Cabarloc, Joanne Cabusao, Carmelo Caisip, Julie Calimquim, Helene Carmona, Leilani Carbonell, Emily Cariaga, Annabel Castillo, Marvin Castillo, Leiand Castro, Caroline Dimapilis, Kristine Domingo, Lolly Enriquez, Guiller Espinosa, Augusto Espiritu, Eunice Fajardo, Maria Fajatin, Aileen Federizo, Harriet Florentino, Rommel Ganaden, Todd Izuhara, Lurleen Johnson, Darren Kameya, Lorna Laparan, Ruby Lascano, Antoinette Laudencia, Mina Layba, Zeus Leonardo, Victoria Leonido, David Levin, Jeanette Lim, Christian Lising, Arlene Lopez, Minna Lopez, Teresa Magno, Gary Magtaas, Michael Magturo, Erwin Manlapaz, Leander Manzano, Carolyn Matibag, Eric Mayo, Joel Mendoza, Ariel Mercado, Haidee Moncera, Jonathan Montilla, Jeremy " Jae " Pascual, Corky Pasquil, Lea Peralta, Maria Peralta, Gloria Perlas, Maria Perlas, Eric Pestano, Mark Pulido, Rafael " Raffy " Puno, Maria Rabuy, Jennifer Requiro, Russell Reyes, Gina Romano, Elaine Romualdo, Jennifer Rose, Nerissa Roselada, Rex Sampaga, James Santa Maria, Arlene Sarroca, Edmar Soriano, Alan Tenazas, Rommel Timbal, Malee Tobias, Lyndon Torres, Michelle Umali, Warren Umali, Florencia Umel, Noel Vales, Gil Valmidiano, Maria Ventura, Maricar Villacorte, Noemi Villafranca, Venus Villoria, Emily Williams. Groups 375 Spirit Squad " It ' s fun to entertain the entire crowd the entire time, " explained Bruin mas- cot Ken Bencomo. And that was the well-accomplished goal of the 1990-91 Spirit Squad this year. Consisting of a Blue Team and a Gold Team, the members of the squads could be seen at most varsity games as well as special events. Within both teams were members of the cheer squad and the dance team, each of whom actively participated in crowd involve- ment at games, boosted team morale, and represented the UCLA spirit at events both on and off the campus. Most off-campus events included performances for and interaction with alumni groups such as the West Valley Bruins, the Rose Bowl Bruins, the Bay City Bruins, and the Orange County Bruins. In the fall, half of the members of the Blue Team, Joe, and Josephine traveled to Alaska for five days to a basketball tournament. The team stayed with host families while performing a1 the tournament games. The teams also held a Christmas party for disabled children in December. The team talked with and performed for them at the " Fulfillment Fun Party. " The Blue Team, which consisted of eight cheerleaders, seven dance team members and two mascots were seen at Bruin varsity sports such as men ' s football and basketball. The Gold Team attended women ' s volleyball and bas- ketball. Both teams performed at gym- nastic meets throughout the school year. 376 Groups ■ UCLA ' s mascot Joe Bruin can " bearly " keep up with members of the Blue Cheer Team. H The Gold Team is happy to cheer at UCLA. H Showing their spirit at a women ' s volley- ball game are members of the Gold Cheer and Dance Team. BLUE TEAM: Milrose Baleva, Traci Bates, Ken Bencomo, Ann Blunden, Cheryl Brown, Karyn Daniels, Wendy Frawley, Wendy Gottlieb, Rob Homsy, Lisa O ' Lea, Vicki Sandoval, Michelle Santos, Amy Staes, Chris Talone, Diane Trostle, Glenn Valois, Dan Wilson. GOLD TEAM: Maritoni Acosta, Marissa Arrache, Ivan Canete, Kai Chubb, Dag Friedman, Jennifer Gillum, Joseph Mode, Fe Cherry Punsalan, Jessica Szebl, Mandie Wachal. YELL CREW: Liz Mack. Groups 377 USAC - USAC, the Undergraduate Stu- dents ' Association Council served as the student government for UCLA. Con- sisting of 1 3 elected officers, three non- students, and two ex-officio members, USAC was able to represent the entire undergraduate population. USAC ' s main goals were to make the administration aware of students ' concerns and problems on campus as well as improve student life in general. In order to do this, the organization focused on both the collective and the individual needs of the student body. One such problem was a place where students could study late hours on cam- pus which was resolved by opening Kerckhoff lounges to those late-studiers. Other projects included the allocation of more parking spaces and the support of their daughter organizations— Stu- dent Welfare Commission, Cultural Af- fairs Commission, and the Community Service Commission. Involvement in USAC was available to anyone who had the interest in help- ing to define and shape the future of UCLA student life. Weekly council meet- ings were open to all. USAC also invited students to participate in internships throughout the year which often led to more responsible positions in student government. H Dean Poulakidas, USAC president, pre- sides at a Council meetings making decisions that affect the UCLA community. Lance Allice (Cultural Affairs Commissioner), Holly Carrington (General Representative), Michael Cerillo (Executive Vice President), Ramie Dare (Community Service Commissioner), Carol Darwish (Student Welfare Commissioner), Eugene Hernandez (Campus Events Commissioner), Derel Hu (General Representative), Alex Hultgren (Facilities Com- missioner), Darren Kameya (Second Vice President), Sam Kaufman (Academic Affairs Commissioner), Octavio Navarro (Financial Supports Commissioner), Dean Poulakidas (President), Kevin Wittenburg (General Representative). 378 Groups Community Service Commission The Community Service Commision headed by Commissioner Ramie Dare was instrumental this year in supporting over twenty five service projects on campus. From fulfilling specific cultural goals with the Korean Tutorial Project and Amigos Del Barrio to literacy assis- tance with WILD and Prison Coalition to even helping various social groups with Best Buddies and the Senior Citizen Project, each organization strove to make a difference in the community. The task of the staff of CSC was to assist the directors of the various projects infindingfundingand resources for their groups. The Commission did this by directing interested students to the different organizations, running ads in the Daily Bruin, and holding a recruit- ment fair during the second week of every quarter. The Community Service Commis- sion served as a liason between the campus and the community projects. With the help of its members the influ- ence of CSC reached beyond UCLA and into the heart of the community. ■ Members of the CSC Tree Project show children of the community the value of the environment. Pei-Chi Chang (Chief of Staff), Don Chong (Project Man- ager), Ramie Dare (Commissioner), Jeff Fischer (Project Manager), Eileen Fung (Project Manager), Julia Hastings (Intern Director), Hare! Ho (Project Manager), Sherry Karamdashti (Publicity Director), Letisia Marquez (Special Events), Mmal Moorjani (Historian), Jin Ok, Julie Park (Pub- licity Director), Patty Sugiyama (Asst. Comm. Transporta- tion), Alice Wong (Asst. Comm. Budget), Alan Young (Re- source Coordinator). Groups 379 Cultural Affairs Cultural Affairs played a vital role on campus this year as it aimed to higfilight many of the UCLA student groups. Within their sponsored events were the representation of various cu tures, all which reflected the diversity found at UCLA. The result of long hours put in by the members of Culture Affairs pro- duced many shows each week such as the folk music festivals, Comedy in the Coop, Jazz in the Kerckhoff Coffee House, and the various artists featured in the art gallery. Continuing a tradition. Cultural Af- fairs once again in cooperation with World Fest, put on a huge day to heighten cultural awareness. The events, held in Westwood Plaza, included stage perfor- mances, arts and crafts, and the tastes of ethnic foods offered by various stu- dent cultural groups. Creativity along with appreciation for culture kept the Cultural Affairs Com- mission a success all year long. ■ Lulu Almeida and The Afro Brasil Band entertain the masses during a noon-time con- cert in Westwood Plaza. Lance Allies (Director), Willis Abraham, E. Brian Dobbins, Andre Farr, Von Gill, Mary Ellen Giordano, Mariluz Gonzalez, Greg Harvey, Larry Hinkle, Erika Hiramatsu, Colleen Hsieh, Carmen Jacinto, Gina Lewis, Christy Medrano, Lori Neal (Assistant Director), Ashley Phelps, Rafael Sanchez, Devon Smith, Azin Shahryarinejad, David Sussin, Evan Swain, Alex Wolton. I 380 Groups I Student Welfare Commission During the past year, Student Welfare Commission more than lived up to its name. Serving the UCLA community, it provided the campus with knowledge about different fac- ets of daily life. Third week of fall quarter, the Commission presented students with " Alcohol Awareness Week " in an ef- fort to combat the problem of alco- holism in young adults. Later in the quarter was " Crisis Prevention Week " which attempted to alert students to the early signs of trauma in order to prevent major crises. Winter quarter sponsored such events as " Rape Awareness Week, " " Eating Order Disorders Week, " and " AIDs Awareness Week. " Each reached out to different members of UCLA in an effort to help those affected by trauma. Each quarter, they also success- fully organized a campus blood drive in the dorms and in the Medical Center. In the fall, UCLA beat out USC in a compe- tition for the most donors and the win- ner was announced at the half-time of the UCLA-USC football game. Blood Drive Coordinator Zoey Schorr summed up the purpose of the organization and its goals: " SWC is a great way for students to help other students. It is very rewarding, espe- cially when the assistance we give oth- ers makes a difference in someone ' s life. " Jon Barker, Wendy Bohannan, Henry Chang (AIDS Aware- ness and Education Project Director), Grace Chun, Ramiro Cisneros, Greg Cooper, Carol Darwish (Student Welfare Commissioner), Matt Davis, Ali Ebrahim, Renat Engel (Drug Awareness and Addiciton Project Director), Tessie Fiorendo (Crisis Prevention Co-Director), Erin Gebroe, Sepy Ghalili (Crisis Prevention Co-Dlrector), Mary Ellen Giordano, Tracy Gleason, Raul Gorospe (Alcohol Use and Abuse Project Director), Julie Graham, Seung Gwon, Deanna Herson, Maria Huh, Sandy Kwong (Eating Disorders Education Proiect Director) Kenny Le, Carol Lee, Vicky Luce, Anna McCarthy, Alison McGee, Allen Miller, Kendra Miller (Rape Awareness and Education Project Director), Ngozi Nwosu, Paul Park, Dianne Prayangrata, Rosemarie Rigor (Health Fair Director), Melissa Ross, Wendy Salisbury, AtuI Sapra (On Campus Testing Project Director), Zoey Schorr (UCLA Blood Drive Director), Elena Siu (Cam- pus Safety Director), Victor Sulit (CPR First Aid Training Project Director), Rita Szeto, Ceci Tran, Payam Vaheditar, Johnny Wang, Lyndell Wang, Juliana Wong, Ann Yeh (Crisis Prevention Co-Director), Kim Zdobnikow (Chief of Staff). Groups 381 Campus Events Most known for their ability to find informative speakers, up and coming muscial groups, and the latest movies, Campus Events kept UCLA entertained throughout the entire year. Campus Events provided the cam- pus with sneak previews, recently re- leased movies, and classic films. Such movies as " Run " and " Mermaids " were shown in AGB before they were seen in H L-7 brought their outrageous and intense musical performance to the Coop in January. Craig Adelman (Concerts Program Director), Sharon Allen (Publicity Director), Cheryl Earner, Howard Cabalfin, Gitty Cannon, Shannon Des Roches, Juliana Fuqua, Mike Fuqua (Speakers Program Director), Larry Hashima, Eugene Hernandez (Commissioner), Kathy Ho, Joe Ken (Advertising Manager), Amy Leeper, Bruce LidI (Film Program Director), Daisy Lin, Uma Mahadevan, Celeste Monroe, Lynn Padilla, Julie Pugliese, Nina Roy, Vinod Sreeharsha, Gabrielle Strong, Tom Treanor, Lori Watanabe, Gary Chris Yee. the theatres. Winter quarter saw the screening of " The Doors " which de- picted the life of Jim Morrison. Box office hit " Pretty Woman " and classics as " The Godfather " series were just a few of the great movies shown in Ackerman. Also featured were guest speak- ers, such as Alec Baldwin, Ted Danson, Fred Savage and Whoopie Goldberg. Many new musical groups like Luka Bloom and Traveling Dingleber- ries were featured in Westwood Plaza. Also, The Charlatans U.K. played a special night concert in AGB on Feb. 15. Campus Events provided UCLA students with many activities as an outlet for their energies and as an opportunity to get away from their studies. Everyone looks forward to another great year with Campus Events during the 1991-92 year. 382 Groups Closing Sam Chen Daily Bruin 1 m ! . .-1 ( V± s: :! ♦ -- 1 386 Closing iii»i 1 ■ ■■ " ' WW.,,. Ethan Derner Aryeh Bernabei Ethan Derner Closing 387 388 Closing •w - 1 - - J V ' - ' ] Sam Chen Closing 389 390 Closing Mjt Kanii Closing 391 ■t m f 392 Closing " i W Jj A UMi ' „ iriiiii ' l I ' ll f€:iiH _ ijigffai . " 394 Closing Dean Abramson Closing 395 396 Closing b kkk 398 Closing Chuck Tuffli Chuck Tuffli Closing 399 N x ' - ' K 400 Closing 3LM Chuck Tuffli Closing 401 CAREER GUIDE Stay Put! Chances are, you love Southern California. So why not stay put and enjoy the best Los Angeles Orange County have to offer — at Los Alamitos Medical Center. Our progressive, high-tech, 173-bed full service, acute care hospital offers numerous nursing opportunities, including Critical Care, Dialysis, Emergency, Gero- psychiatry. Medical Surgical, OB LDRP, Oncology, Operating Room, Recovery Room, Same-Day Surgery and Telemetry. We also offer a new higher wage structure shift differen- tials, tuition reimbursement, freeCEU ' s, Modified Baylor Plan, excellent benefits package, clinical ladder program, and a great Orange County location at the intersection of the 605, 405 and 22 freeways. To find out more about the satisfying career opportuni- ties at our dynamic community hospital, call: (213) 799-3192, (213) 799-3127 or (714) 826-6400, Ext. 3192 or 3127. H LOS ALAMITOS MEDICAL CENTER 3751 Katella Avenue Los Alamitos, CA 90720 An NME Healthcare Facility Equal Opportunity Employer M F Put your business degree to ttie ultimate test with KFC. and you ' ll move to the head of a select class of managers. Pass the test, and you could move to the head of an industry. Send resume to: Kentucky Fried Chicken, Human Resources, 3100 Lake Center Drive, Suite 200, SanU Ana, CA 92704, or CaU (714) 241-081 EhadChicheii The place to 1)6 is KFC. MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS BEVERLY HOSPITAL offers you the opportunity of continued professional development and professional harmony. We are a 212-bed nonprofit general acute care medical facility incorporated in 1949, fully accredited by JGAH. Some of the communities we serve are Montebello, Pico Rivera, East Los Angeles, Rosmead, South San Gabriel, Monterey Park, El Monte and Whittier. With a Medical Staff of over 300 physicians, representing all specialties and an employee staff of over 1000, Beverly Hospital offers most medical professionals an excellent place to start and an even better place to stay. Beverly Hospital is a Paramedic Base Station and has a new - state of the art-Maternal-Child Health Center. To learn more, have a tour, discuss employment, or membership on our Medical or Dental Staff, contact: 13 BEVERLY HOSPITAL 309 W. Beverly Blvd., Montebello, CA 90640 213-725-4292 YOU Will f ce unique challenges as an FBI Special Agent Significant work breeds special satisfaction The FBI is looking for qualtfied men and women to serve as Special Agents. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, available for assignment any- where in the united States, between the ages of 23 and 35, and in excel- lent physical condition allowing the use of firearms and defensive tactics. Other qualifications also exist TUe five entry programs to qualify for Special Agent consideration are: ■ DIVERSIFIED - A BS or BA degree plus three years ' full-time work experience or an advanced degree plus two years ' full-time work experience. ■ LAW - A JD degree from an accredited, resident law school. ■ ACCOurrriNC - a bs degree with a major in accounting, vou must have passed the uniform CPA exam or provide certification you are academically eligible to sit for the CPA exam. ■ LANGUAGE - A BS or BA degree plus proficiency in a language for which the Bureau has a need, particulariy Spanish, Russian, Chinese and other European and Asian languages. ■ ENGINEERING SCIENCE - A vahety Of BS degrees are acceptable. Entry level salary is $28,322. After training, Special Agents eam $35,232 and can advance to $59,870 in three years. Supervisory special Agents eam more. If you are interested in being part of the close-knit group that sets the world standard for innovation in law enforcement, contact the RecRJitment Department, FBI, 11000 Wilshlre Blvd., LA, CA 90024. (213) 477-6565. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION Tne FBI Is an Equal Opportunltv Afflrmstfve Action Empiovef Natural Energy Is Colorless. At Southern California Gas Company, we ' re concerned with the energy that comes from within. The spirit of achievement. The desire to explore innovative solutions. The future of energy depends upon people with energy. Bright, dedicated indi- viduals who welcome new challenges. As one of the nation ' s largest natural gas dis- tributors, we ' re enjoying dynamic success in a growing and competitive marketplace. We can offer you outstanding professional challenges in an exciting environment. We congratulate UCLA on its 72nd anniversary, and extend our support to BruinLife. For information on career oi portunities with Southern California Gas Company, send your resume or letter of inquiry to: Professional Staffing Coordinator, Southern Califor- nia Gas Company, Dept. UCLA- BL, 810 Flower St., M.L. 403-V, Los Angeles, CA 90017. SOUTHERN CAUFORNIA We Are An Equal Opportunily Employer COMPANY %h e greatest advancement in healthcare today is on the right. W. ' ith all of the exciting medical break- throughs and advanced technology at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center, quality patient care still comes down to people. People with the skills and dedication to make a dramatic difference in the lives of their patients. Maintaining our reputation as one of Southern California ' s most prestigious teaching hospitals requires the dedication of exceptional nursing pro- fessionals. We have outstanding opportunities for nurses in a wide range of disciplines. At Cedars-Sinai, you ' ll find an environment that truly fosters your professional development. We offer an unequaled continuing education program as well as progressive healthcare tools and methodologies that complement your edu- cation. And within our supportive, autonomous working environment, you ' ll find the freedom to make the most of these advanced resources. If you ' re looking for the opportunity to make the most of your education, you ' ll find it right here. If you ' d like to learn more, call us or write to us. You ' ll discover for yourself that we ' re as com- mitted to healthcare excellence as you are. The Right Tools In The Right Hands (eg)CEDARS-SINAI MEDICAL CENTER 8700 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048 (213)855-5541 Equal Opportunicv Einplover PHYSICISTS! MATHEMATICIANS! COMPUTER SCIENTISTS! XonTech is a highly respected, progressive R D firm speciahzing in the em- pirical analysis of complex physical phenomena, and development ot advanced concepts and technologies in support of numerous defense programs Our research encompasses the following • Analysis and evaluation of flight test data (aircraft ballistic missile, satellitel. including • Trajectory reconstruction • Re-entry aerodynamics • Navigation analysis • Orbital mechanics • Research, development, and evaluation of advanced radar and weapons systems including: • Signal processing • System simulation • Signature analysis • Performance analysis • System design Outwork is technically challenging, and offers exceptional visibility and direct client contact with opportunities for technical and managerial advancement Positions are available at the Ph D , Master ' s, and Bachelor ' s levels. Degrees must be in Physics, Mathematics, or Computer Science. Electrical Engineering with signal processing emphasis is also acceptable. Qualified professionals are invited to contact our Corporate Personnel Office at (818) 787-7380, or send a resume in confidence to Corporate Personnel Department, XonTech, Inc.. 6862 Hayvenhurst Avenue, Van Nays, CA 9I406. U.S. Cttlzenshlp Required. XonTech, Inc. " People, Science and Technology " Los Angeles Area • Orange County • Northern Callfomla Colorado Springs • Washington, D.C. • HantsvUle, Alabama We are an equal opportunity employer M F H V. The Shortest Distance Between College and Your Career Goals . . . is Century City Hospital, just a few miles from the UCLA campus. In addition to our great location, we offer the most advanced technology and a strong emphasis on a high-touch nurse patient relationship. Our career opportunities include the following clinical specialities: Critical Care, Med Surg, Psychiatry, Operating Room, Telemetry Renal, Immuno-Suppressed, Diabetes and In Vitro Fertilization. So, go the distance and enjoy not only easy access to the best of LA but the opportunity to reach your career goals. Call our Nurse Recruiter, Pat McCusker, RN at (213) 201-6660 or write to: Century City 2070 century Park East Hospital Los Angeles, CA 90067 An NtvIE Healthcare Facility Equal Opportunity Employer M F How Do You Make a Mach 2 Fighter Turn on a Dime? Ask Parker Bertea Aerospace. The F A-18 Hornet is one of the most maneuverable aircraft ever. Its innovative quadruplex, digital fly-by-wire flight control system significantly improves handling, while offering unparalled flexibility and redundancy. Parker Bertea Aerospace played a significant role in develop- ing this remarkable system. Each F A-18 has two control-by-wire trail- ing edge flap actuators that precisely control trailing edge sur- faces. Using dual-parallel position servocylinders, the actuators adjust flaps from 8° up to 20° down in flight, and as much as 45° down during landing. But our role in making the Hornet agile doesn ' t stop at design and development. Parker Bertea also handles maintenance of these sophisticated actuator systems for commercial as well as military customers. How Do You Get Involved in Every M or Aircraft in tiie Free World? Enroll in our Employee intern Program. You ' ll then be part of the team whose products are aboard every major military and civilian air- craft in the Free World. In just 10 months, you ' ll be exposed to vir- tually all our major operating areas. So you can explore a wide variety of options in finding a place with us. If you ' re completing studies in any of the following areas, we ' d like to talk to you: • Manufacturing Engineering • Engineering Technology • Quality Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Electrical Engineering • Business • Accounting • Production Control Operations • Purchasing • Computer Science t See your Placement Office for interview dates or send your resume to: Parker Bertea Aerospace, Employment Dept., Attn: College Relations, 18321 Jamboree Road, Irvine, CA 92715. Equal Opportunity Employer, M F H V. Flight Years Ahead Parker Paricer Bertea Aerospace Parker Hannifin Corporation ©1990, Parker Bertea Aerospace All rights reserved. Security Pacific l lercliant Banl Congratulates the Class of 1991 SECURITY PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Security Pacific Mercliant Banic Raiphs Grocery Company Vroudiy SaiviUs the UCLA Bruins AtfUetics The Tradition of the Winning Spirit Lives within each Athittt in the Quest to become Champions. UCSD NURSES Enjoy an active lifestyle They lead challenging professional lives and enjoy diverse recreational activities afforded by our academic setting and the climate and lifestyles in San Diego. f eet Rudy Bauer, R.N., BSN, an administrative nurse in the Department of Urology. His fascination with situations which demand adaptation and or individual effort is evidenced in his choices for leisure-time activities. Rudy ' s daily responsibilities in managing the Urology Suite are balanced by a rigorous and varied range of outdoor recreational endeavors. He finds relaxation and personal satisfaction in the challenge of new experiences. San Diego County with its year-round temperate climate and its topography, ranging from mountains to desert to seashore, provides an endless setting for his favorite activities which include ocean kayaking, bicycling, spelunking and skydiving. " All is accomplished through effort and desire. " If you seek an active lifestyle, and the advantages offered by UCSD and San Diego and would like to work alongside nurses like Rudy, WE HAVE NEW GRADUATE INTERNSHIPS WHICH ARE OFFERED IN JANUARY JULY, For further information, please call the NURSE RECRUITER at (800) 288-8698 or write UCSD Medical Center, 225 Dickinson St., H-692, San Diego, CA 92103-1990. AA EOE JIIL i_jcz!s;izj MEDICAL CENTER Rose Exterminator Company America ' s Oldest Pest Prevention and Elimination Firm .-EXTERMINATOR CO. . S nce b ' 860 ■ .. or.c o " - Headquartered in San Francisco . . . 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Your first three months ot orientation will involve in-depth diverse classroom training and a clinical preceptorship. TTie second halt of the program will be spent applying your education and skills to the care of your patients, with the support and resources of the experienced nurses on your unit. Tliis in-depth orientation satisfies the core curricu- lum for the National Oncology Nurse certification exam, which can be taken after your first year of tiill-time work. Embark on a rewarding and exciting journey as a nurse with Kenned: Norris Jr. Cancer Hospital. The impact it will have on you and your career will be a lasting one. To find our more about our opportunities please contact: Pamela Honish, RN, MA, Associate Director of Nursing Services, (213) 224-6909 or send your resume to her at Kenneth Norris Jr. Cancer Hospi- As a Norris Nurse and a member of our all RN staff, you will enjoy practical rewards too. 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Box 4138 Modesto, California 95352 An Equal Opportunity Employer. tl) Brentwood Bel-Air Sunset Blvd. 1-405, 170 N. Church Lane Los Angeles, California 90049 213 476-6411 " Home Away From Home For UCLA Visitors " " SPECIAL RATES FOR UCLA " " Landmark at UCLA " Development is more than a word... It is a commitment by Carnation Company to strengthen the abilities of its marketing professionals to manage a profit-and-results oriented business. Since 1899, Carnation Company has distilled its experience into a basic formula for developing quality products and getting them into the hands of consumers. This formula includes hiring the right people, training them well and quickly, providing them with a stimulating environment, and giving them the support they need to get the Job done. As a Carnation marketing manager, you are expected to be more than just a promotion, advertising and merchandising specialist. 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SOUTHERN CAUFORNIA COMPANY Equal Opportunity Employer M F V H US Citizenstiip Pfermanent Resident Visa Required To the graduate KeUv Kiiidt, Along with the knowledge from yotu- education, remember the attributes of a great lady may still be foimd m the rule of the foiu- S ' s: Sincerity, Simplicity, Sympathy and Serenity. Also, as you start into the world Make new friends, Keep the old. One is silver, tlie other is gold. Congratidations and best of luck. Love, Mommy, Daddy Christopher To our son, David Andrew Roascio- You are everything we ever wanted. Utilize the knowledge you acquired at UCLA to improve the world. Respect the sanctity of life. We love you with all our hearts. God Bless and guide you all your life. We are humbly proud of you. Thank You. Mom and Dad Dear Sarah Tilton. you have opened the doors, success is yours... Go for it I! Love, with pride Mom, Dad and T.C. 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Love, Mom and Dad V Steve You ' ve done it " Your Way " Congratulations from all The McNiffs Millers Schneiders Ken Congratulations on an outstanding four years and may all your dreams come true! We love you. Mom, Dad and nikki Dear Anna, Wonderful! With love. Dad; Mother, Charlie and Michelle, Barstow, Uncle John, Aunt Patsy, Christina, Peter, Tom and Trisha, Uncle Charlie, Grandma and Grampa, Aunt Mary CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FAVORITE BRUIN GRADUATE MELISSA WATERS THROUGH THE YEARS WE ' VE ALWAYS BEEN PROUD OF YOU, BUT NEVER MORE THAN TODAY! WITH LOVE AND BEST WISHES FOR A WONDERFUL FUTURE, AUNT OPAL AUNT CAROL Princess Congratulations We are very proud, You did it!!! Love from everyone at 5010 Dear Madame P. Congratulations!! We are so very proud of Fernert; Dicker; ICB, The Jens and Laurie Love, Mom, Dad, Hole, Rices, Thomases, KP, HG, Alice, Gerhardt and The Cart! To those men and women who served our country during the Persian Gulf War Words cannot express how deeply happy we are to finally have you home. There were anxious months of waiting and hoping, and now, we are all very grateful that the war is over. In war, it is difficult to say who is " right " and who is " wrong, " and though there are those who may not have found justification with U.S. military presence in the Gulf, we nonetheless appreciate your courage and strength. Domestic wars continue to be fought at home, and we sincerely hope our returning service- men and servicewomen continue to hold their heads high no matter what problems beset them. And to those families and friends who lost loved ones during the Gulf War, we would like you to know that we, too, mourn your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that your loved one will be regarded as a hero. May peace dominate our world society from now on. Sincerely, the staff of Bmin Life ¥ Jf Congratulations to A Beaut ifu I Wo man A Precious Daughter and A Dedicated Soror s I Family- Thc Legacy Continues Daddy ' s Little Girl Graduate 91 ' B.A. History Business Carlton- Love, Support, Friendship Mother- Always With A Shoulder To Lean On 1919- UCLA • 1991 KRISTIAN ARNOLD BORN 1969 UCLA • MEDICAL CENTER GRADUATED 1991 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE i Congratulations to our UCLA-BABY, on 5 a great beginning, many, many successes and a very : promising future. Love, l lom. Dad Brian i UCLA VTBsVi CONGRATULATIONS 1 STEFAN! LOVE, MEL, HAROLYN, AND DAWN Congratulations and Best Wishes To Laura Van Roy Love, Mom, Dad, Craig, Anne Marie, Beth MEUSSA ANN WATERST MEUSSA ANN WATERS MEUSSA ANN WATERS MAGNA CUM LAUDE ! MAGNA CUM LAUDE «!t MAGNA CUM LAUOE UCLA CLASS OF ' 91 . UCLA CLASS OF ' 91 . UCLA CLASS OF " gi . UCLA ▼we ' re very proud of you MONSTER. YOU DID GREAT. WE LOVE YOU MBJSSA ANN WATERS MEUSSA MW WATERS li£U88A AHH WATERS «t MAGNA CUM LAUDE MAGNA CUM LAUDE % MAGNA CUM LAUDE UCLA CLASS OF ' 9 1 . UCLA CLASS OF ' 91 . UCLA.CLASS OF gi . UCLA ▼hugs and KISSES AND LOTS OF GOOD WISHES FROM ALL OF US MEUSSA ANN WATERS MEUSSA ANN WATERS lEUSSA ANN WATERS MAGNA CUM LAUDE MAGNA CUM LAUDE MAGNA CUM LAUDE UCLA CUSS OF ' 9 1 . UCLA CLASS OF ' 9 1 . UCLA.CLASS OF ' 9 1 . UCLA ©©M iaamyjiLA ' inKssjiig csMogrniiao wfm msa m m ms) smmi MEUSSA ANN WATERS MEUSSA ANN WATERS P MEUSSA ANN WATERS « MAGNA CUM LAUDE 1 MAGNA CUM UUDE t MAGNA CUM LAUDE UCLA CLASS OF ' 91 . UCLA CUSS OF ' 91 . UCLA,CLASS OF ' 91 . UCLA ▼ " A 6IRU A GIRLI WHAT AM I GOING TO DO WITHAGIRLr " LOVE HER " Congratulations! Christina Colette Clarb June 16, 1991 Your Loving Family CONGRATULATIONS TO MY DAUGHTER, DAWN ROGERS. w WELL DONE Qo0 0 LOVE, DAD 8c CHRIS To Kym From Your Family Mom. Floyd. Jarnea, Jay. Snowball, Rusty. Malcom. and the Fish. We love you! Congratulations! " When to the sessions of sweet silent thought I summon up remembrance of things past... " Shal espeare T The rafting joy to islands near With friends like Z and summer ' s cheer. With Terry off to " Chippendales " And young, empassioned single males. To Hal, for " Rangers " and L.D. To places I have yet to see To parents high above the rest I know that I will write my best. Stories told at Whitney Portal By my words, I am immortal. Juliann Budimir CONGRATULATIONS To Shannon and Her Good Bud Elissa You ' ve Grown, You ' ve Learned, You ' ve Cared And the World Is Open Before You Good Luck and All My Love, Dad Congratulations Sorors of Delta Sigma Theta Kymberly M. Franklin Michelle C. Simms Cecily N. Bayless Thanks to our loved ones who hove helped us it through. We did it! Charinna K. Kelso Vanessa A. Keith Danette N. Martin Cheryl R. Richardson Tonya E. Walls Ruslyn N. Fields When you ' re up against trouble Meet it squarely face to face Lift your chin set your shoulders Plant your feet and take a brace When it is vain to try and dodge it Do the best that you can do You may fail but you may conquer See it through. Black may be the clouds about you And your future may seem grim But don ' t let your nerve desert you Keep yourself in fight trim If the worst is bound to happen Spite of all that you can do Running from it will not save you See it through. Even hope may seem but futile When with trouble you ' re beset But remember you are facing Just what other women have met You may fall, but fall still fighting Don ' t give up what e ' er you do Eyes front, head high, to the finish See it through. In Loving Memory of True Sisterhood and Tradition. . . Congratulations, Clarissa Your insight and concern for others are truely out- standing qualities. You ' ve always been our pride and Joy, Our only sadness are the times when you have to go and be away,,, but then again the thought of you coming back is GOD ' S gift and our unending joy. Love, Dad, Mom, Joey, and Mary Lou Richard, I love looking back to where we began, seeing us as we were at the beginning, I love anticipating the days ahead of us, woundering what we will find in each other. Best of all, I love being with you where we are today! " " 7 " I love you, AOO 4 Christine Ralphs I may be without UCLA (for now), but with you I am always complete. You rule my heart forever. Sweetheart. Love % Anna J JdBS ' 91 K. graduates CongratuCations III Jun Chang Yong Tak Chun Karen Hwang Joy Im Seok Ho Jeon James Kang Daniel Joonhyung Kim Irene Jiyeon Kim Nicole Hyunsoo Kim Stella Kim Dan Lee Michelle Lee Peter Paik Jeannie Park Amy Jungsun So Reuben Yoo Jessica Yun Thank you for everything. We ' re going to nniss you so much. Stand firm in the Lord and may He keep you in His perfect peace. God loves you and so do we!!! • ' •••♦.= Korean Bible Study =.. ................. When I ' ve grown old and gray And you have gone your way You will look at this and say She was so proud of me that day. June 16, 1991 With great pride and admiration Congratulations! Love, Mom To our Daughter or Graduation Day. W=Wise E=Enchantress L=Love J=Joy E=Enthusiastic A=Ambitious N=Neat N=Neighborly E=Enraptured M=Magnetic A=Appreciative R=Reliable l=lndependent E=Eloquent T Terrific E=Endearing R=:Revive We are so proud of you. And always remember, we love you, and we are only a phone call away. Thanks for all the great times: Good Luck to All of you: Deniz Kevin Rachel John Love Appreciation to: Mary Dave iVIargaret Derek Bolade Mother, Dad, Scott Alice, Paul, Rob Love Always, Lisa Eskimo Spock Thanks tor all the love and support you ' ve given nne throughout the year! I never would have made it through without your sup- plies of chocolate " fixes, " Chintaown " butterflies, " Dolores ' " Old Farm Specials, " and all the laughs you ' ve given me. Thanks for being there. Love, Cris (dent-head) DJ. Masta Supe (Rehema, Puerto Rican with an attitude, Lisa Lisa...) We ' ve been through it all, good and bad! I won ' t ever forget: " Deadliners " ...La Blanca... finals tension. ..men- hating. ..apt hunting. ..Bruin basketball games (we still need to go to Acapulco ' s)... alternatives for the word " stress " . .. " What time is it? " . ..BO!. ..Tuna Helper... and Fred! Thanks for all the support you ' ve given me. Things have been great! Stay strong in your faith, and may you always drive a car that ' s as big as your eyes and smile. Take care of yourself! Love your late-night roomie, Clarissa Dear Cheryl, It paid off for you, because, as the saying goes, " you didn ' t take any wooden nickels. " We love you very much and are extremely proud of you for your successful accomplishment of completing your undergraduate education. With this achievement under the bridge, the road to any endeavor you choose will be paved in gold. Congratulations Pudding! Love, Mom, Dad Tony Nikole WILLIAM J. KEALEY III BILL: WE LOVE YOU!!!! COnQRATULATIOriS on YOUR QRADUATION!!!!! DAD, MOM, CHRIS QI NDMOM KEALEY QRAMDMOM POP-POP COOKE AUMT MARY UnCLE AriDY AUNT HELEM W.J. RHODA AUMT KATE, UFICLE TOM UMCLE MIKE UNCLE RITCH, AUriT ROSEAHriE, DAVID DEBORAH UnCLE ADAM, AUNT PAT, LAURA, KAREN, ADAM JR. : DAVID AN IRISH BLESSING (( MAY THE ROAD RISE UP TO MEET YOU. MAY THE WIND BE ALWAYS AT YOUR BACK, MAY THE SUNSHINE WARM UPON YOUR FACE THE RAINS FALL SOFT UPON YOUR FIELDS UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN, MAY GOD HOLD YOU IN THE PALM OF HIS HAND. (« ALPHA DELTA CHI Irrepressible Mob of Cartoon Characters Besiege Christian Soror- ity ... Where ' s the Snow? ... 6:30 a.m. Prayer?!? ... Finally a Dad ' s Day Victory! ...Amateur Sleuths Find S. D. in X.P. ... Scores of Green-Faced " Ninja Turtles " Seen at UCLA Mardi Gras . . . These are just a few of the headlines that marked Alpha Delta ' s Chi ' s 66th year at UCLA. Fall preser ted our group with nine new pledges. Together, we experienced both the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat at our mighty Bruin football and basketball games, spent a (sadly) snowless weekend retreat with Alpha Gamma Omega, donned our detec- tive wear and hunted for our missing duck at Winter Party, and " Walk(ed) for Life " to support our philanthropy. Gifts of Grace. We also took an extended Saturday study break at the Magic Kingdom , painted good, bad, and ugly faces on Mardi Gras visitors, and as usual topped off our year with a Spring Formal at " Tommy ' s " . In spite of this long (yet still incomplete) list, ADX is not remember solely for its social activities. Even more memorable are those close bonds formed through the support of Christian sisters. We encour- age each other to reach goals in both our scholastic endeavors and our spiritual lives. And in individually growing closer to God , we have grown closer to each other, forming friendships so deep that they last not only a lifetime, but, literally, an eternity. -Diane Prayongratana Hi 8y r ' ® { . If 1 V 1 9 Margo Abbott (Vice President), Monica Arroyo (Record- ing Secretary-Fail, Chaplain-Spring), Wendy Bohannan (National Representative), Helen Chien, Mary Chien.Sukee Chew, Marissa Chin, Nadina Fernandez, Monette Frankle, Kristi Gronos, Potty Hanczuk (Pledge Captoin-Foli), Patti Hsi, Felice Huang, Denise Jackson (Recording Secretary- Spring), Jemi Kim, Jay Ku, Morlene Kuo, Nancy H. Lee, Nancy P. Lee, Jami Little (Treasurer-Spring), Kay Park, Dionne Pekory, Meixine Phung, Diane Prayongratana, Eriko Reich (Pledge Captain-Spring), Mimi Shum, Denise Yindioio, Alene Wang, Annie Wang (Treasurer-Fail), Ann Vabuki (President), Esther Yeh (Chaplain-Fall). COINGKATULATIONS JOO! ... YOU ' RE FINALLY OUTTA HEREI We know you ' ll do well in whatever you do. We have confidence in you. We appreciate your love and friendship and may God continue to bless us with Joo (get it!). We ' ll always be here foryou! God has given you an inner strength that will go very far... He will use you to the " Full Extent. ' Call to Me and I will answer. I will show you great and mighty things which you do not know. Jeremiah 33:3 To our favorite stick figure, thanks for the memories... charge away for... Peters quote... We ' re going to Hang-Joo... pictionary... 1:00 a.m. SriACKS ... Joo, the bottomless pit... long distance phone calls as well as bills... Joo owes Minha owes Lorna owes Christine... Columns... engagment rings... shopaholic, shoeaholic, but nonalcoholic... 6 a.m. beep, beep, beep, beep of course the famous glamour shots... W. . . . ED. SIU LORNA. CHRISTINE. MINHA. PETER. VICRI. DANI EL. CAROLINE. ALL YOUR BUDS!! YOU did it, CHRISTIAN USING! a UCLA Graduate at last!! We ' re extremely proud of you. CONGRATULATIONS to YOU the Graduating Class of 1991 DAD, MOM, MIMl JON People may say I ' m a dreamer, but thanks to SCffRCE, the anti-war protesters who spent the night in Murphy, the Committee for fl Day of fllternative Education, the UCLfl filliance to Stop the War, and the Environmental Coalition I know I ' m not the only one. Never give up the desire to change the world because together we will make a difference. You ' ve made my last year at (JCLfi the most memorable. Thanks. Tina To our son Arnold f ArnieJ Sand. Dont be afraid to make mistakes. Work hard to achieve success. When things arent going right, dont give up. just try harder. Give yourself freedom to try out new things. Live life to the fullest. My son dreams can come true and we hope that all your dreams will become a reality. M We love you. Mom. Dad. Grandparents Best Wishes to My Darling Daughter. yV SHERI BOULDIN From Your Mother «■» ««««» • • • ••••••• Lisa Aaronson Haydeh Behbehani Stephanie Engelsen Kris French Carol Halasz Naz Haque Mylah Pedroche Saha Sadeghi Vikky Stamison Betty Yen Here ' s to the 4 + n year plan! Congratulations and best of luck. Love, Tina UCLA Graduate and Senior Spotlight, too, Matthew J. Endo, we ' re really proud of you!! VV Arthur Mary (Pub HIth ' 65) Endo and sister Melissa vV Congratulations Colby, may your life be filled with many adventures beautiful music. Looking forward to the latter. . . Jason Mitch To the happiest, saltiest man that we fenow. It is on with life which you must go... If you need help, to us you can holler. And out-hoop Larry Bird for one million dollars! You are live... Upper Fresh Mm t JL AAA iL jL I ' m going to miss you! Thank you for being such a great friend and roommate and for putting up with my ' tudes and moodiness, Maraming suerte sa lahat ng gagawin mo. Always remember that if you need someone to talk to or to ask a " question " , you can always dial 1-800-DJ MASTA ' SUPE and I ' ll be therefor you. Take care!! — love you thiiiiiiis muchlllll Love your roomie Teri Z. CONGRATULATIONS HEATHER! It has been fun and exciting to share the first 22 yrs. of yovir life. We wish you happiness and success in the years ahead. Love, Dad, Mom, Jeff, Erin Congratulations to Chris Bess and QllourMardiGras kids. TInanksfora great opportu- nity. Love, CInris ' s IN lom and Pat Michelle Rachel Kramer UCLA CLASS of 199 1 You ' ve always been a great success so we know your future will be dazzling! We are so very proud of you. With much love. Mom and Dad Great fun!! TInis is your boyfriend! " r To my favorite friends and my parents. Thanks for al! the help, love, and support. I love you all, Nancy Real hell!! To all the TKE ' s, 1 Thanks for all you have afford nne. College was a lot of fun as v ell as a lot of pain. Thanks for helping nne through it all. YITB, Bill 376 Fail ' 87 ik To Sandra Happy " Ikeda: i I ' m grateful to hear from my sources that nothing has changed the sparkle in your smile. Although 1 didn ' t didn ' t get to see you much this year. You are a wonderful little sister and have done much for me. I Your Big Brother, Bill Gee lA ik i Congratulations to Clarissa " Dent " Aesquivelfor a great a great job as Year- book Dragon-Lady. Thank you for all the things you Ve done for me over the years. Sunshine was hot, but too bad I got sun- burned. You can get me a computer next Christmas. Also thanks for lending me the Dent-mobile. Sorry that I was a better enforcer than I was a shooter. But I hope I was as worthy a friend as you are to me. Your friend, P.S. Nerissa is a wiener. Bill Gee ik i These past years of our lives Have brought us much happiness and strife. Yet as I look upon the days gone by, I po nder them with a teary eye. For the days that I have spent with you. And all the little things you do To cheer me up when I ' m feeling sad, To waggle your finger when I ' m being bad, Are so precious and invaluable, That without you I wouldn ' t be able To live and smile and love once again. For you are not only my love, but my friend. I write you this now to help remind you, That I truly, truly do love you . . . -Eskimo To my beloved Sweets Congratulations on a great job with yearbook! I ' ve seen you stress to the point you ' d cry, but you stuck it out and now you can loob bach at a job well done. All the future holds for you is success. Keep your chin up and be strong! I ' m proud of you . . . Your Anthy ' - ' COPY IS THE BACKBONE OF THE BOOK!! Thank you, Clarissa for beir g my mentor and my friend. You have opended my eyes and widened my world. I ' ve always looked forward to working with you. I will miss you next year. Year- book will new never be the some! Congratulations on a great college career and a great job as editor! Thanks for everything, Kara Pi Beta Phi loves our seniors: Karyl Anclolina Stacy Ash Julie Auclino Margaret Bacon Laurie Bennett Jill Bernardy Kristie Bishop Jennifer Burleson Missy Canevaro Claudia Carias Dana Carlson Kellie Collins Becby Crane Danielle Davidian Kindra Devaney Melissa Distefano Colleen Dougherty Julie Giers Dionne Gordon Mandy Gray Jessica JJuntington Debbie Kaste Ann Kim Kamrin Korsmeier Corinne Kramer Jennifer Lee Liz Leo Beth Magnan Lori Maxheimer Wady Milner Allison Mirza Lisa Morgan Michelle Plumlee Devon Postal Jennifer Rand Kristen Rangel linda Ratcliffe Susan Riddle Suzie Roggenbucb Dana Shapiro Molly Stadum Connie Sullivan Lori Tects Amy Towery Kori Ungerland Sarah Valentine Kari Walbup Kim Watson Karen Wynn Adrienne Yarlett Kim Zdobnibow You guys are the best!! Congratulations CoreenEndo Carol Halasz i Store OPS wont be the same with- out you guys. Good luck in future endeavors. LOUE, Teri CONGRATULATIONS -r ' TO MY FAVORITE ENVIRONMENTALIST. TINA, I KNOW YOU WILL CHANGE THE WORLD. DEBBIE To the roommates: It was a great 5 yearsl OUTLAWS - JUST DOIT! Alan - Good luck as presidenti - Matt Endo Lamda Phi Epsilon eternal brothers D toS- m km m to to to to to to to to ten Kappa Sigma Fraternity would libc to congratulate the following seniors on their graduation: Jeff Aalss Eric Besner Scott Burton NickCalifato John Clark Dan Echols Paul Fullner James Gottlieb Warren Higgins Wayne Koyanna David Minkus Will Nelson Than Nguyen Mike Shumate Brian Sidlow Bennett So Sincere best wishes to all our graduating brothers. You ' ll all be sorely missed. u to km te fa hi hi tut Ha fei 1 fttc teli % % te to to % ffes Indt Index Aalfs, Jeff . . . 300 Aamodt. Kristin. . .373 Aaronson, Lisa ... 156 Aasen. Claudia . . . 337 Abacan, Roy ... 156 Abbott, Margo ... 156 Abcede. Arlynette ... 156 Abdel-Gawad, Jehan ... 349 Abdullah, Sakmah . . . 244 Abe, Maki. .156 Abeiar, Jennifer ... 1 56 Abel, Paul ... 320 Abelon, Yvonne. . .375 Abkin, Kimberly ... 156 Abraham, Linda . . . 330 Abraham, Willis. . . 380 Abrahamsen, Bob . . . 316 Abrahamson, Todd , . , 303 Abraiano, Claire, , ,375 Abramson, Dean , . . 156. 369 Abrari, Pedram . , , 244 Acheson, Amie , . . 337 Ackerley, Ted , , , 308 Ackley, Susan . , , 332 Acorda, Brenda , , , 328 Acosta, Andrew , . 156. 295 Acosta, Desiree . . . 327 Acosta, Jennifer . . . 342, 368 Acosta, Maritoni . . . 156, 376 Acosta, Nikki ,330 Acosta, Norma ... 156 Adalin, Rey . ,156 Adams, Bryan ... 89 Adams, Chuck ... 308 Adams, Dave ... 318 Adams. Gary. , , 112 Adams, Lyie . , . 1 56 Adams, Sarah ... 342 Adams-Renteria, Jody. , ,373 Adamson, Deanna . . . 359 Adamson, Isaac , , . 93 Adelman, Craig, . . 382 Adier, Shira. .156 Aelony, Aram . . . 293 Aesquivel, Clarissa ... 156, 282, 448 Agaianian, Lisa , , , 340 Agbunag, Rosally , , , 357 Aguilar, Arlene ... 156 Aguilar, Dora ... 328 Aguilar, Glona . . . 244 Aguilar, Louisa . . . 328 Aguinaldo, Wilfredo. . .375 Aguirre, Jaime , . . 156 Ahearn, Cathleen . . . 156 Ahn. Eugene. . .369 Ahn, Roy . . . 359 Aihara, Liane , , , 156 Akahoshi, Alan . . . 61,156 Akahoshi, Alice .. . 156,282 Akahoshi, John,.. 31 5, 448 Akashi, Tara ... 282 Akins. Tracy . . . 244 Akron, Sto . , . 305 Alaimo, filichael . . . 320 Alarcon, Belinda ... 156 Aland, Luis ... 156 Aland, Sarah . . . 156 Alavyneiad, Bahram , . , 244 Albano, Antonio ... 156 Albaran. Lolita . . . 156 Alberghetti, Danny , , . 293 Alcantara. Manuel , , , 156 Alderman, Greg , , , 315 Aldrich, Dan , . , 303 Ale, Arnold , , . 89 Aledia, Alan . . . 284 Alejo, Bob , . . 103 Alejo. Cindy ... 1 56 Alemenia, Rod . . . 306 Alexander, Chris , . , 89 Alexander, Devon . . . 327 Alexander, Julie . . . 244, 334 Alexander, Keith , , , 244 Alexander, Kevin . , . 310 Alfarkh, Saleh . , . 156 Alford, Eric, , , 372 Allan, Sean . , . 156 Allayee. Hooman . , , 244 Allen, Brian , , . 89 Allen, Kimberly , , , 157.342,364 Allen, Lance , , . 310 Allen, Lloyd. ..157 Allen, Sharon . . . 157,382 Allen, Todd 244, 295 Allen, Whitney ... 346 Allensworth, Sharyl ... 157, 349 Alleyne, Rebecca , . . 287 Alhce, Lance. . . 378, 380, 287 Almeida, Chris ... 318 Almoite, Barbara ... 157 Alpert, Lauren . . . 348, 348 Alpert, Wendy . .157, 345 Alter, Allison ... 342 Althouse, Lisa , . . 157,346 Altman, Robyn . , . 332 Alva, Kimberly,,, 157 Alva, Robert , . .157 Alvarez, Amy . . .157 Alvarez, Frederick . . .157 Alvarez, Mari-Tere , , .157 Alvarez, Mike , . , 312 Alvarez, Rodney . . .157 Alvarez, Sophia . . . 244 Alvarez, Tamianne . . . 244 Alves, Anna Maria . . .375 Amador. Liberty. . . 364 Amador, Mark . . . 320 Amamoto, Andrew . . .157. 283 Ambahpudi. Sitaram , . .157 Amersa, Shamsah , , , 244 Ames, Tammy . . . 346 Amies, Anne-Mane . . .157 Amhe, Kristin. . .369 Ammirato, Natalie . . . 334 Ammon, Michelle , , , 157 Ammons, Dernk , . , 299 Amor, Chantto . , , 244 Amponsah, David , , .157 Anarbol. Anaya . . . 244 Anaya. Miguel . . .157 Ancona, Jorge. . . 372 Andagan. Kevin . . . 299 Anderman. Gabby . . . 337 Andersen, Jennylynn , , , 343 Anderson, Anianette , , .157 Anderson, Bill. . . 370 Anderson, Brad . . . 310 Anderson, Bntt . . . 330 Anderson, Jack . , , 320 Anderson, Knst . . . 337 Anderson, Mark . . . 308 Anderson, Melissa , . . 332 Anderson. Nicole . . , 105 Anderson. Rebecca , , , 334 Andolina, Karyl , , .157 Andrade, Renee . , . 343 Andrews, Knstan . . .157 Andrews, Phil ... 294 Ang, Esther . . .157 Angega, Brad , , , 245 Angelovic, Mike . , . 306 Angulo, Andrea , , .157 Angulo, Dave . , , 308 Angus, Wendy , , .157, 334 Ankaitis, Knstina , . ,157 Anieson, Jim , , , 310 Annan, Christina , . .157. 327 Anong. Michael Le. . .375 Ansan. Leila. . .369 Anselmo. John . .. 110. Ill Anthony. Corwin ... 89 Antonio. Edwin . . . 245 Anwar. Haroon . . . 356. 357 Anwar. Yasmin. . . 372 Anzo. Frankie . . .157 Aoki. Candace. .157. 325 Aoki. Daniel . . .157 Apodaca. Eric . . .158 Appel. Debbie ... 328 Appleby. Melissa . . .158. 330 Arabe. Arlene ... 1 58 Arablin-Khoshkhou. Bobak. . . 384 Aragon. Chnstina . . . 357 Aragon, Jennifer . . .158 Aral. Shoko ... 158 Arakaki, Blake ... 284 Arakaki, Michelle . . .373 Arakawa. Janice ... 158 Arazi. Natalie . . . 325 Arce. Michelle ... 328 Archambo. Nancy ... 158 Arcibal, Leslie, , ,375 Ardell, Jim . . . 295 Arden, Mark.. . 158 Arenson, Lisa ... 158, 327 Argo. Stacy . . , 89, 310 Anas, Judith . , . 158 Anas, Sarah ... 158 Arledge, John ... 1 58 Armand, Tony ... 316 Armstrong, Shannon. .. 158, 373 Armstrong, Stephen ... 1 58 Arnaud, Alfred ... 308 Arnold, Knsl ... 345 Arnold, Knstian , . . 158 Arrache, Marissa , . . 334, 376 Arreygul, Anaik , , . 245 Arrieta, Michael ... 158, 316 Arriola, Bnan ... 158 Arroyo, Chns ... 315 Arroyo, Monica ... 1 58 Artavia, Karen , . , 349 Arvesen, J. Enk . . . 316 Arya, Matt , . . 93 Afzubiaga. Dennis ... 158 Asa-Dorian, . , 315 Asahara, Nora . . . 340 Asam, Moana , , . 342 Ash, Stacy , , , 346 Ashburn, Leigh ,, , 158,325 Ashe. Jennifer ... 98 Askew. Denise . . , 342 Askin. Melinna . . . 328 Aspey. Steve , , . 299 Assang, Leia , . , 357 Assifi, Alia ... 158 Assocahon of Chinese Americans Astarita, Katie . . . 325 ASUCLA. . . 360 ASULA Board of Directors. . .363 Atchinson, Dave ... 126 Atherton, Candice . . . 245, 330. 372 Atkinson. Karen . . . 349. 364 Atoian. Alexander ... 158 Au. Alex. . . 372 Au. Kathy ... 325 Audelo. Dave ... 89 Audino. Julie . . . 158, 346 Auerbach, Elana . . . 328 Auerbach, Patnck . . . 245 Augustine, John . . . 289 Augustini, Jeff . . . 291 Auker. Jeff . . . 291 Austin. Andrea . , , 158 Austin, Kimberly , . . 158. 340 Austin. Monica ... 1 58 Austn. Neffetiti . .158. 286 Austn. Randy ... 89 Austin, Van. . . IOC Auyong. Leanne ... 158. 324, 325 Averill, Katie , . . 332 Avrit, Brad , . . 158, 295 Axe. Bnan . . . 303 Axel. Donna ... 1 58 Axel. Doug ... 318 Axton. James ... 159 Aynehchi. Shahrad . . . 245 Ayres. Ashley . . . 346 Ayres. Jennifer . . . 325 Ayroso. Vince. . .375 Azine. Laune . . . 325 Azizian. Sonia ... 159 Baba. Haruna . . . 245. 356. 364 Babb. Andy ... 296 Babcock. Austin ... 159 Babic. Aleksander . .110 Baboolal. Paul ... 318 Babrai. Zenon 120 Q Babrick. Chns ... 346 Bach. Mindi. .101.159 Bachand, Rain . . . 334 Backes. Natascha ... 330 Backes. Rita. . . 373 Bacon. Kathenne . . . 337 Bacon. Margaret . . . 346 Bacon. Rachel. . . 364 Badajos. George ... 1 59 Bader. Steve ... 291 Badillo. Tasha ... 100 Bae. Chnstine ... 448 Bae. Davis . . . 159, 313 Bae. Ronnie ... 322 Bae. Soo. . . 159 Baer. Jenn. . . 323. 325 Baerdsen. Shanette . . . 343 Baffigo. Ursula . .159 Bagatsing. Beatnz . . . 245 Bagchi. Kas. . . 372 Bagge. Lynn Bahr. Mane Bailes. Jeff Bailey. Gail Bailey. Jeff Bailey. Jennifer . 330. 357 357 318 159.245 89. 306 . . . 159 Bailey, Joe. . . 122 Bailey. Stacey . . , 346 Bairn, Jason , . . 320 Baie, Mark. . .375 Bak, Jim . . . 322 Baker, Andrew ... 305 Baker, David . , . 316 Baker, Dawn . Baker, Dernck Baker, Tom . . Baker, Tnstan . . Bakken, Hanne . Bakken, Knstine ,105 . . 122 245,315 . . 159 .159 159 Balasubramani, Van . . . 306 Baleva, Milarose. , .327, 373, 376 Baligad, Gil , . . 293 Ball, Kim . . , 337 Ball, Matt. . .369 Ball, Michael .. . 159,287 Ballard, Jim , . . 312 Ballard, Nate ... 308 Ballatore, Ron . . , 100, 101 Ballin, Mark . , , 310 Ballina, Luke ... 318 Balogh, Charles ... 318 Balousek, John ... 159. 305. 368 Bamba. David ... 159 Bamford. Raymond ... 1 59 Banachowski, Andy ... 94. 95 Banani. Houshang ... 159 356 Bancroft. James . . . 316 Bandaruk. Dawn . . . 337 Bandlow. Lisa ... 159 Banducci. Enc ... 89 Banez. Caron ... 159 Bang. Hanju ... 245 Bang. Linda. . . 372 Banki. All . . . 245 Banks. Sammy . . . 334 Banks. Suzanne ... 159 Bar-Lev, Rebecca ... 159 Bara, Jeffrey ... 159 Barad, David . . . 320, 368 Barak. Taaly. .159 Barakat. Sabnna ... 159. 340 Barasch, Ron . . 303 Baratta, Lisa. .159 Barbato, Gene . , , 322 Barber, Billy . . . 119 Barber. Brad . 370 Barber. Michele ... 332 Barbin. Reid ... 300 Bardin. Laurie . . . 327 Bardon. Lisa . . . 330 Barefield, Shawn. .278 Barkan, Liana . . . 328 Barker, Curl. . . 159 Barker, Jon, . . 381 Barker, Stere ... 303 Barkoff, Mindie ... 337 Barlas, Kerry ... 337 Barnard, Michael ... 159 Barnbaum, Laurie ... 159, 340 Barner, Cheryl. . . 382 Barnett, Michelle . , . 159 Barnett, Steve ... 122 Barnum, Erie . . . 287 Barone, Ken ... 103 Barot, Sergio Patnck. . .375 Barr, Deborah ... 159 Barr, Merrill ... 349 Barragan, Nancy . , , 160, 245, 338, 448 Barrett, Cnstol ... 346 Barrett, Matthew. . . 245, 384 Barrett, Rebecca , . . 342 Barrgan. Jennifer. . . 364 Barricella, Susan . . . 345 Barrick, Jennifer ... 160 Barnentos, Rosy , . . 349 Barrios, Celia. . . 364 Barron, Kim . . . 342 Barrone, Charlene , , , 342 Barros, Erni . . 370 Barrow, Monica . . , 289 Barrows, Kirsten . . . 325 Barry, Chns ... 291 Barson, Michael . , , 357 Barstad, Dana ... 342 Barstad, Debi . , . 327 Bartell, Scott ... 308 Bartlett. Milton. . . 160 Bartlett, Tracy ... 343 Barton, Scott ... 310 Bartz, Rachel ... 327 Barulich, Mananne . . . 330 Basila, Grace . . . 160, 354 Easier, Carleen ... 160 Bass, Julie ... 357 Bassett, Glenn , ., 118, 119 Bassett, Jana . . . 325 Basso, Christy ... 342 Bastian, James . . . 160 Bastian, Jim , . . 295. 333 Batalla. Sheny. . .375 Bates. Darel ... 307 Bates. David ... 160 Bates. Paul.. .160.299 Bates. Traci . . . 342. 376 Bahoco. Nenette . . . 357 Batioco. Nina . . . 357 Bauer. Holly. . .369 Baum. Jennifer ... 160. 328 Baumann. Adnenne . . . 330 Baumgartner, Hans ... 160 Baurley. Shelly ... 327 Bausley, Henry . , , 161 Bautista, Arnold. . .375 Bautista, Erika ... 161 Bautista. Erwin . . . 161 Bautista, Martha ... 161 Bautista, Minnie . . . 349 Bautista, Peter. . .375 Baushsta, Rufino. . .375 Baxter, Doug . . 370 Bayani, Jacob . . . 245 Baylasy, Sam . . . 357 Bayless, Cecily . , , 161 Beach, Jenm . . . 337 Bean, James ... 161 Beaney, Dan , . . 93 Beard, Timothy ... 161 Beare, Dawn . . . 346 Beare. Paul ... 246 Beatty, Parker. . . 290. 316 Beatty, Tamara . . . 161,349 Beck. Bnan ... 126 Becker, Ben . . . 318 Becker, Greg ,310 Becker, Susan ... 161 Becker, Walt ... 303 Beckman, Cindi ... 161 Beckman, Nancy ... 161 Bedell, George ... 161 Bedolla, Jennifer .. . 161,327 Bedolla, Orii ... 327 Bedrosian. Tama . . . 345 Bee. Jim . . . 310 Beeman. Josh ... 318 Behbehani, Haydeh . . . 161.356 Behle. Aaron ... 303 Behr, Jay . . . 100, 310 Behrens, Bill . . . 118, 119 Beiike, Manah ... 346 Beisler, Candace . . . 343 Bejar. Greg ... 100 Bell, Adam ... 288 Bell. Brooke ... 337 Bell. Jonathan. . . 366 Bell, Kristin ... 334 Bell, Patricia ... 161 Bellaflor, Carissa , , . 161 Bellomini, David , , . 320 Belocura, Mariefe , , . 373 Bencomo, Kenneth . . . 161, 376 Bend, Jim ... 113 Bender, Chnstopher ... 161 Benitez, Mark. . .375 Benito, Ted. . .375 Benke, Julie ... 337 Benkonvich, Claudia . . . 330 Bennett, Kim . . . 332 Bennett, Laurie . . . 346 Bennett, Manssa , . . 161. 326. 327 Bennett. Michelle ... 346 Bennett. Nichole ... 161 Bennish. Lisa . . . 337 Benowitz, Bnan . . . 310 Bensberg. Petra . . . 161 Benthian. Mark ... 293 Berg. Andra . . . 328. 329 Berg, Andrew . . 370 Berg, Matt . . . 290, 320 Berger, Aaron . . . 322 Berger, Inette ... 161 Berger, Leslie . . . 342 Bergez, Doug . . . 310 Bergreen, Enc ... 122 Bennger, Ashlie , , . 334, 335 Berklas, James , , . 246 Berkowitz, Russell ... 305 Berliner, Lisa. .. 161, 330 Berlinger, Jason . . . 308 Berman, Alan ... 161 Berman, Hal . . . 295 Berman, Joel . . . 320 Bermeo, Annushka . . . 342 Bermudez, Ruth. . .363 Bernard, Danielle. . . 364 Bernard, Sarah , . . 332 Bernard, Tinamarie , . , 330 Bernardo, Rowell , , , 161 Bernardy. Jill ... 346 Berner, Heather . . . 151, 339 Bernstein, Bonnie . . . 334 Bernstein, Lara . . . 330 Bernstein. Leslie . . 343 Bernstein. Lisa . . . 161, 327 Bernus, Sheila . 338, 339 Berriz. Armondo . . . 305 Berry. Alex ... 306 Bertani. Todd ... 295 Besnard. Mike ... 291 Besner. Eric . . . 160. 151. 300. 356 Bess. Chnstopher . . . 165 Bethel. James . . . 161 Bettelyoun. Lone . . . 340 Index 433 Bettinger. Jay . . . 122, 303 Bezdikian, Nora . . . 161 Bhatia. Shalini . , . 162, 340, 364 Bianchina, Rick , . . 310 Bianco, Michele ... 162 Biel, Sarah - . . 246, 343 Billotte, Jamie . . , 162, 345, 355, 372 Binaski, James. . . 303 Bindeman, Bill , . 318 Birdsong, Jim . . . 295 Birnbaum, Lori ... 162 Bischotf, Charles. . . 384 Bishofberger, Thomas ... 162 Bishop. Kristie ... 346 Bissel, Fritz . .. 118, 119 Bixbey, Bill ... 306 Blackburn, Pat . . . 295 Blake, Oiana ... 289 Blake, Karen ... 162 Blanchard. Kristin ... 162 Bland, Rich.. .111 Bias, Aaron ... 162 Blau, Stephanie. . .373 Blazona, Kevin. . . 122 Sleeker, Zena ... 349 Bleeker, Hillary ... 332 Bley, Samantha ... 327 Bleza, Annabelle . . . 357 Blinn, Steue ... 89 Bloch, Lome ... 162 Bloch, Sean ... 312 Block, Kristin ... 334 Blocker, Scot ... 310 Blodgett, Holly ... 162 Blom, Sarah . . . 162. 332 Blomstrand, Greg ... 308 Bloom, Gregory . . . 162 Bloomfield, Jeannette . . . 334 Blowitz, Samantha ... 162, 327 Blue, Toby ... 308 Blum, Alison ... 334 Blum, Craig ... 306 Blumberg, Joel . . . 246, 300 Blumen, Seth . . . 312 Blumenthal, Wendy . . . 162, 345 Blunden, Ann. . . 376 Blunden, Molly . . 337 Boags, Marty ... 293 Boardman, Meg . . . 334 Boardman, Molly . . . 334 Bobo, Latasha ... 162 Bobrowsky, David ... 162 Bockstahler, Erik ... 96, 306 Bogy, Rebecca ... 162 Bohannan, Wendy . . . 246, 381, 448 Bohn, Deborah ... 162, 357 Boing, Brian ... 162 Bolbol, Deniz ... 162 Boll, Melissa ... 346 Boncher, Brett ... 308 Bond, Angelique . . . 286 Bond, Chelsea ... 342 Bonds, Jim . . . 89, 310 Bone, Randall ... 162 Bonuan, James. . .375 Bonuan, Jonathan. . .375 Booher, Jessica . . . 337 Boone, Briane ... 110 Boostanfar, Robert ... 162 Boothe, Mark ... 162 Borah, Lisa ... 162 Borchers, Jake ... 300 Bordeaux, Vanessa . . . 162, 337 Borden, Ross ... 303 Borick, Jay . . . 122, 320 Borke, Tracey . . . 162, 327 Borkum, Rich ... 320 Bornstein. Lynn . . . 162, 337 Boscacci, Allison . . . 343 Boswell, Joseph ... 162 Boswell, Maury . . . 343 Boukassis, Leila . . . 246 Bouldin, Sheri . . . 162, 170 Bouskila, Sylvie ... 162 Bovell, Althea ... 246 Bowers, Suzanne . . . 334 Bowker, Daue ... 303 Bowman, Elizabeth . . . 126 Bowman, Missy . . . 325 Bowne, Bob . . . 163, 308 Boyd, Christina ... 163 Boyd, Crystal ... 330 Boyd, Travis ... 113 Boyer, Amy ... 95 Boyle, Heather. . . 372 Boyle, Jon . , . 307 Boysen, Randy ... 308 Bozajian, Gina . . . 163 Bozaiian, Gina. . .364, 372 Bradbard, Lori ... 327 Braddock. Traci ... 337 Bradford, Julie ... 340 Bradham, Rena. . . 340 Bradley. Betsv ... 327 Bradley. Chris. . . 303 Bradley, Heotner ... 328 Bradley, Laura , 343 Bradshaw. Tracy . . 342 Brady, Jason , , . i91 Brady, Kelly . , . 163 Brady, Mike ... 299 Bragg, Monica . . . 163 Brainard, Chris ... 96 Bram, Tester ... 100 Brandolino, John ... 163, 246 Brands, Michelle ,163 Branson, Trovoyum ... 163 Bratkovich, Tom . . . 305 Brau, Ingrid ... 342 Braumeister, Hans . . . 245 Braun, Randy. . . 365 Braunwald, Laura . . . 332 Bravo, Rosa . . . 245 Bray, Erin . . . 163, 325 Bray, Kiersten , . . 343 Breckwich, Vasquez Victoria , . . 163 Brennan, Daniel . . . 246 Brennan, Terry . . . 337 Brenner, Alison ... 163, 332 Brenner, Came . . . 332 Brenner, Mason . . . 356 Brent. Daniel . . . 163, 312 Brett, Gregg ... 320 Brewer, Emily ... 163 Brewer, Mike ... 308 Brian, Matt. . . 372 Bricker, Kristy ... 330 Bridge, David , , , 306 Bridgeman, David ... 291 Bridgeman, Paul ... 291 Briggs, Bridget ... 246 Briggs, Glenn ... 295 Briggs, Preston ... 295 Brigida, Andrew ... 89 Brink, Karen ... 327 Brittain, Brian ... 322 Britton, Johanna , . , 332 Britton, Natalie . . . 105, 107, 342 Broadway, Tracy ... 94, 95 Bromberg, Jason . . . 357 Bronzer, Doug . . . 318 Brooks, Angelle . . . 163 Brooks, Bonnie . . . 325 Brooks, Jessica ... 287 Brooks, Julie . . . 343 Brotherton. Julie ... 330 Brotman, Adam ... 163 Broukhim, Behzad ... 154 Broussard, Lisette . . . 154 Brown, Alexander ... 154, 305 Brown, Bill ... 303 Brown, Brian ... 89, 90, 91 Brown, Cheryl. , . 376 Brown, Colby . . . 346, 347 Brown, Dawn . . . 342 Brown, Debbie . . . 324, 325 Brown, Erin. . . 359 Brown, Fontina . . . 286 Brown, Heather. . . 330 Brown, Jeff , . . 308 Brown, Jill . . . 337, 359 Brown, Katy . . . 330 Brown, Kent ... 291 Brown, Keri . . . 334 Brown, Laura . . . 164 Brown, Lauren . . 287 Brown, Samantha . . . 345 Brown, Sherri ... 342 Browne, Kat . . . 343 Brownfield, Erica ... 164 Brownfield. Patrick ... 126 Browning, Adam . . . 308 Brownstein, Justin . . . 154. 316, 370 Brubacker, Eric ... 295 Bruin Belles. . . 354 Bruin Democrats. . . 355 Brumfield, Rachel ... 287 Brunson, Kristin . . . 343 Brush, Rebecca , . . 100 Bryant, Antoine , . . 245 Bryant, Kel ly . . . 246, 345, 354 Bryant. Kevin . . . 154 Bryant, Lauren . . . 334 Bryant, Mike ... 310 Bryant, Nicole ... 337 Buchholtz, Christopher . . . 164 Buchwald, Eva . , . 328 Bucich, Rick ... 313 Buckhantz, Mark ... 315 Buckley, Matt ... 100 Buckner, Rachel ... 286 Bucks, John , . . 164, 284 Buczaczer, Dan. . . 368 Budimir, Juliann . . . 164 Buell, Jason ... 305 Buelna, Tricia . . . 330 Buerner, Karen . . . 327 Bui, Duyen. . . 366 Bui, Jeff . . 303 Bui, True ... 283 Bullock. Victor ... 164 Buluran. KristI ... 154 , 375 Bundoc, Michelle . . . 154. 357 Bunevacz, Dave ... 122 Bunkin, Dorann ... 154, 364 Bunkin, Sarah . . . 327 Bunnin, Andrew . . . 305 Buntrock, Charley . . . 343 Burbank, Adina . . . 348, 349 Burcham, Gregory ... 154 Burg, Shannon . . . 342 Burger. Andrea ... 164. 328 Burgus, Kristi ... 154 , 337 Burke, Deborah . . . 154 Burke, Erin . . . 343 Burke, Lisa ... 164 Burkey-Skye, Jason , . , 291 Burkhard, Jennifer , . 342 Burklund, David, .154 Burlaza, Mark . . . 154 Burleson, Jennifer. . . 345 Burnham, Angela . . . 125 Burns, Erin . . . 246 Burns, Jill ... 346 Bums. Mike ... 303 Burns. Tammy . . . 334 Burrows, Peter . . . 164 Burton, Scott ... 164 , 300 Busch, Eric ... 164 Bush, Debbie ... 164 , 337 Bustamove, Jackie . , . 343 Butkus, Alex . . 370 Butler, Brett .295 Butler, Donald ... 164 Butler, Kate. . .369 Butler, Mitchell ... 103 Butler, Norman ... 164 Butler, Rona . . 164 Butler. Scott ... 320 Buttram, Jennifer . . .373 Byers. Kim . . . 337 Bylin. Carey ... 332 Byrd. Celeste ... 164 Byrd. Kandi ... 343 B Caal. Dina ... 349 Cabalhn, Howard . . . 164, 382,375 Cabaong, Ken. . .375 Cabaret, Corinne ... 165 Cabarloc, Ronald. . .375 Cabello, Vanessa ... 328 Cabeza, Leticia . . . 165 Cabrera, Trudi ... 328 Cabusao, Joanne. . .375 Cadavona, Leah . . . 330 Cadden, Hugh ... 273 Cadena, Francine . . . 165 Cafasso, Gina ... 349 Caggiano, Paola . . . 337 Cagle. Sunday . . . 346 Cai, Lei . . . 357 Caisip, Carmelo. . .155, 375 Calara, Federico ... 155 Calara, Rico ... 245 Calderon, Jaime . . . 155 Calderon, Raul . . 155 Caldwell, William ... 320 Califato, Nicholas . . . 155, 300, 301 Calimguim, Julie. . .245, 375 Calip, Ian ... 113 Cahtto, Jaime ... 155 Calitto, Jorge ... 165 Callaghan, Corinne . . . 166, 342 Callaghan, Steve. .166, 356 Callahan, Mary . . . 295, 343 Callahan, Shawna . . . 342 Callow, Gearge ... 245 Caloroso, Gary ... 166 Calsyn, Todd ... 156 Calvan, Jeanette . . . 155 Camacho, Treena ... 107 Campbell, Chuck ... 308 Campbell, Colin ... 318 Campbell, Dierdre ... 337 Campbell, Donald . . 166 Campbell, Jill , . , 342 Campbell, Scott . ..314,315 Campus Events. . . 382 Cando, Richard. . .369 Cane, Wanda ... 165 Canedo, Jacqueline ... 166 Canete, Ivan. . . 372, 376 Canevaro, Missy . . . 345 Cannelopolous. Christina . . . 340 Cannon. Adam . . . 165 Cannon, Gitty ... 382 Cannon, Jill . . . 155 Cano, Jose. . . 368 Cano. Rob . . . 310 Canter. Elliot ... 320 Canter. Kim . . . 334 Caporale, Jennifer ... 115 Caravelli. Michael ... 320 Carayanis. Jerry . . . 312 Carbado. Devon .166 Carberry. Chen. . . 364 Carbonell, Leilani. . .375 Cardona, Oede . . . 345 Cardoza, Mike ... 322 Carey, Jennifer . . . 330 Cariaga, Emily ... 165 Cariaga, Emily . . .375 Cariani, Dave . . . 310 Carias, Claudia . . . 345 Carillo. Corey ... 293 Caringal. Marica . . . 156 Carlson, Dana ... 165. 345, 368 Carlson, Jacqueline . . . 340, 364 Carlson, Jennifer. . . 335. 358 Carlson, Tim . . . 306 Carmona, Helene. . .375 Carpenter, Jennifer . . . 245, 327 Carpenter, Michael . . . 155 Carr, Cawley ... 330 , 364, 372 Carr, Leslie ... 245 Carr, Travis ... 305 Carranza, Angelica . . . 165 Carrasco, Catherine ... 155 Carrera, Sandra . . . 245 Carrillo, Corey . . . 155 Carrillo, Fidel ... 246 Carrington, Chris . . 370 Carrington, Holly. . . 378 Carroll, Julie ... 328 Carson, Chris ... 291 Carter, Alyson . . . 337 Carter, Caroline . . . 338 Carter, Christen ... 166, 343 Carter, Donovan . . . 289 Carter, Kaleaph ... 89 Carter, Kristen ... 342 Carusi, Daniela. . . 372 Casarez, Rosalia . . . 246 Cascarano, Dean . . . 295 Casias, Alyson ... 327 Casillas, Graciela ... 166 Cassiano, Pete ... 303 Cassidy. Mike ... 295 Castanada. Leticia . . . 373 Castanon. Michael ... 166 Castellano, Ann. . . 340, 364 Castillo, Alan ... 291 Castillo, Annabel. . .375 Castillo, Gina ... 343 Castillo, Marvin. . .375 Castillo, Max . . . 284, 448 Castillo, Priscila ... 246 Castle, John ... 165 Castle, Trisha. . .354 Castleberg, Katie ... 332 Castro, Leiand. . .375 Castro, Mandy. . . 372 Cerillo, Michael. . . 378 Ceron, Olga, . . 354 Chahine, Steven ... 296 Chai, Margaret ... 325 Chalenski, Mike ... 89, 91 Chalian, Arpi . . . 157, 355 Chambers, Amy . . . 337 Chambers, Sarah . . 337 Chambers, Stephanie ... 167 Chamlian, Monique . , . 167, 343 Champion, Deieune. . . 364, 372 Chan, Alan ... 283 Chan, Alice ... 157 Chan, Allison ... 284 Chan, Calvin ... 246 Chan, Candice . . . 167 Chan, Chrishna ... 167 Chan, Christopher . . . 357 Chan, Donald ... 167 Chan, Hiu . . . 357 Chan, Jade ... 343 Chan, Karen . . . 357 Chan, Kenneth. .157 Chan, Michael ... 43, 283 Chan, Norman . . . 357 Chan, Paula ... 167 Chan, Perry ... 167 Chan, Pik-Ki ... 167 Chan, San San. .157 Chan, Suk Ha . . , 357 Chance, Steve ... 295 Chandler, Kristin. . . 364 Chang, Celia . . . 167, 357 Chang, Charlene ... 282 Chang, Chia-Ling ... 167 Chang, Christine. . . 354 Chang, Danny . . . 357 Chang, David ... 357 Chang, Deborah ... 357 Chang, Donald ... 246 Chang, Dons . . . 245, 364 Chang, Eric ... 357 Chang, George . . . 357 Chang, Henry. . . 381 Chang, Jack ... 167 Chang, Jason . . . 357 Chang, Jonathan . . . 157 Chang, Juei . . . 167 Chang, Jun , . - 167 Chang. Kirk ... 167 , 357 Chang, Kristen ... 167 Chang, Pei-Chi. . . 379 Chang, Pota Todd ... 245 Chang, Shiaw-Wei ... 357 Chang, Shirley ... 357 Chang. Wendy ... 357 Chao, Mae , , . 167 Chapel, Laura . . 167 Chapman, Jeff . . . 308 Chapman, Sephia ... 157 Charles, Susan . . . 330 Chamess. Scott ... 299 Chase. Judy ... 334 Chatman, Pans. . .354, 354 Chau, Louis ... 284 Chavez, Jennifer ... 167, 327 Chavez, Letty ... 168 Chavez, Miroslava . . . 168 Cheah, Hai-kit ... 158 Chee. Sulynn. . . 368 Cheen, Justin ... 96, 310 Chellamy, Caroline . . . 246, 372 Cheltenham, Gia . . 168, 286 Chen, Abraham ... 247 Chen, Amy . . . 357 Chen, Anna ... 168 Chen, Bill ... 357 Chen, Cindy. . . 368 Chen, David . . . 59,168, 357 Chen, Deanna . . . 168 Chen, Diena. . . 372 Ch en, Eleanore . . . 330 Chen, Grace . . . 348, 349, 357 Chen, Hubert ... 357 Chen, Ida ... 168 Chen, Jeff . . . 293 Chen. Jeremy . . . 357 Chen. John ... 357 Chen. Julie ... 357 Chen, Leann . . . 357 Chen. Lily ... 330 Chen, Lisa . . . 247, 357 Chen, Mana , . . 357 Chen, Mark ... 168 Chen, May . . . 357 Chen. Paul ... 357 Chen. Peter . . . 247. 273 Chen. Sam ... 158. 175.448 Chen, Sarah ... 332 Chen, Shawn ... 158 Chen, Shih-Shun ... 357 Chen, Stan... 247,271,272 Chen, Stephen ... 247 Chen, Sylvia ... 327 Cheng, Charlotte . . . 355, 357 Cheng, Clark ... 247 Cheng, Diana ... 158 Cheng, Jason ... 357 Cheng, Melanie . . . 332 Cheng, Pam . . . 247 Cheng, Sandra ... 168, 357 Cheng, Shelley ... 168 Cheung, Chen-San ... 168 Cheung, Donna . . . 357 Cheung, Janeen ... 168 Cheung, Nelson ... 168 Cheung, Wilson ... 158 Cheung, Yvonne . . , 247 Chevh, Viiay. . . 359 Chew, Ron . . . 158 Chi, Louise ... 247 Chi, William , . . 357 Chiang. Helen ... 357 Chiang. Juhuei . . . 357 Chiang. Michael . . . 357 Chiaravanont, Bea . . . 115 Chien. Phihp ... 357 Chikagami. Tatsumi . . . 357 Childs, Dennis ... 247 Chin. Marisa. . . 372 Chin. Rosalie ... 158 Chin, Susan ... 448 Chin, Swan ... 247 Chin, Wendy ... 325 Chin, William ... 247 Chinese Student Association. . . 357 Ching, Kelly . . . 247. 330 Chinn, Lisa ... 282 Chinowsky, Steve ... 299 Chiu, Andy ... 357 Chiu, Janice . . . 357 Chiu, Jeanne. . . 373 Chiu, Jeff . . . 284 Chiu, Julie . , . 247, 340 Chiu, Li-Teh ... 357 Chiu, Linda . . . 357 Cho, Andrew ... 158 Cho, Grace ... 247 Cho, Jae . . . 158 Cho, Robert ... 158 Cho, Sue . . . 349 Chodak, Lisa , . . 168 , 357 Choden, Pema ... 168 Choe. Sam . . . 248 Choi, Barbara . . . 158, 282 Choi, Jennifer . . . 248, 126 Choi, Joanne. . .369 Choi. John ... 168 Choi. Nam . . . 342 Choi. Woo ... 168 Chong, Catheline ... 168 Chong, Don. . . 379 Chong. Katie ... 168 Choo, Regina . . . 334 Chou. David ... 159 Chow. Choy-Yee ... 169 Chow. William ... 293 Choy. Cathy ... 169, 282 Choy, Erik ... 284 Choy, Pamela . . . 349, 372 Choy, Susan . . . 159. 368 Choy, Suzie ... 342 Chozen. Allison . , , 346 Chrisman. Marjone. . .363 Chrisopoulos, Paul . . . 248 Christ. Travis . . 291 Christanson, Julie . . 334 Chnstensen, Brophy , . . 291 Chnsterson. Andrea ... 169 Christian. Geoff ... 316 Christiansen. Mike ... 291 Christiansen. Todd . . . 301 Christotf. Diane ... 330 Christopolous. Jim . . . 296 Christy. IVIichael . .169 Chu. Alain ... 169 Chu. Elaine. . , 364 Chu. Eric ... 169 Chu. Ivan ... 169 Chu. Yau . . 169 Chua, Vena ... 357 Chuang. Harrison . . . 248, 284 Chuang, Peter ... 284 Chubb. Kai . . . 334. 376 Chuch. Kisha ... 357 Chui. Gary ... 357 Chun, Grace. . . 381 Chun. Jennifer. . . 359 Chun. Kendra ... 357 Chun. Lyall ... 283 Chun, Michael ... 312 Chun. Vonceil ... 282 Chun. Yong ... 169 Chung. Charles ... 169 Chung. Daniel ... 248 Chung. Jay . . . 169 Chung. Mm . . . 283 Chung. Thomas . . . 283 Cicone, Michelle ... 169 Cinmon. Jon . . . 248 Cioffi. Lori .342 Ciraulo, Mia . - . 337 Cisneros, Ramiro. . . 381 Ciudadano, Anthony . . . 314, 315 Claborn. Kevin ... 126 Clarence. Steve . . . 312 Clark. Christina ... 169 , 343 Clark. Greg ... 96 Clark. Jeff . . . 89. 310 Clark. Jonh ... 300 Clark, Michelle ... 169 Clark, Susan . 327 Clarke. Dave ... 291 Clarke. Greg. .310 Clarke, Larry .303 Clay, Kenya ... 340 Close. Tim . . . 318 Clotfelter. Chaco ... 308 Clottfelter, Chaco . . 370 Coady. Lenette ... 169 Cobb. Linda ... 337 Coberly. Sterling ... 310 Cochran. John . . . 310 Cochrane. Justin . . . 303 Coffman. Todd ... 308 Coglitore. Giovanni . . . 248 Cohan. Pejman ... 169 Cohen, Alan . . , 169, 370 Cohen, Amy ... 169, 364 Cohen, Cathy . . . 337 Cohen, Harlan ... 110 Cohen, Justin ... 169 Cohen, Lori ... 340 Cohen, Mimi ... 328 Cohen. Sadaf ... 328 Cohen. Sam ... 169 Cohenour. Heather . . . 345 Cojulun. Carlos . . . 169 Cole. Christine ... 169 Cole. Denise ... 341 Cole. Randy ... 89 Coleman. Jim . . . 310 Coleman. Lisa ... 169 Coleman, Stephanie . . . 169, 325 Colina. Charmaine , . . 248. 325 Colinayo. Ramon . . . 248 Coll, Shirley. . . 373 Collier. Neal ... 169 Collier, Travis ... 89 Collins. Bob . . . 308 Collins. Gene. . . 295 Collins. Kellie . . . 169. 346 Collins. Kristin ... 346 Collins. Laura ... 105 Collins. Rodney ... 248 Colyvas. Jeannette . . . 343 Comeaux. Tamyra . . . 169 Comedy Club. . ,366 Comisso, Darren . . . 295 Communications Board. . . 367 Community Service Commission. . . 379 Compton, Heather ... 115 Conant. Justin . . . 320 Conant. Kim . . . 343 Conde. Francisco. . . 373 Condit. Julie ... 170 Condrin. Michael . . . 305 Conn, Deborah ... 170 Conner. Brian . . . 306 Connitf. Colleen . . . 170 Constantine. Wendy ... 327 Constantinides, Eleny ... 170 Conte. Claudine . . . 334 Conte. Craig. . . 170 Contreras. Patty. . . 1 70 Conway. Kerry ... 1 20 Cook. Aimee . . . 327 Cook. Jo Anna ... 327 Cook. Wayne ... 89 Cooke. Jennifer ... 170 Cooley. Charles. . .369 Cooper. Danamaye . . . 248. 282 Cooper. Gillian. . . 373 Cooper. Greg. . . 381 Cooper. James . 1 70. 308 Cooper. Jennifer ... 1 70 Cooper. Kit . . . 320 Cooper. Michael ... 248 Cope. Kevin ... 1 70 Coplon, Dovid , . 300 Coppola, Yvette , . . 171. 325 Cordova, Gary. . .369 Conston, Maura . . . 343 Corken. Shannon . . . 337 Germany. Ashley. . . 332, 364 Corn, Roger. . . 368 Comeio. Cecilia ... 171 Cornelison. Mike ... 318 Coronado. Bonofacio ... 313 Coronel. Anthony ... 171 Corral. Josie ... 248 Corrigan. Liz . . . 343 Cortes. Fabiloa ... 171 Cortez. Anthony ... 293 Cortright. Dan . . , 248 Cosgrove, Kennedy . . 295, 369 Costanza, Chris . . . 305 Cotter. Avi . . . 320 Cotton. Casey . .171 Couch, Mike ... 318 Courtney. Craig . . . 310 Courtney. Ginger . . . 343 Courtney. Jim ... 318 Couvillion, Amalie . . . 334 Cowan, Lora . . . 345 Cowden. Jack ... 299 Cowgill. Burt . . . 320 Cowper. Dan . . . 303 Coyne. Hilary . . . 171 Crabbe. Philip ... 270 Cragg. John ... 171 Craig, Bradley ... 89 Craig. Brett. . . 270 Craig, Martha ... 171 Craig. Tiara . . . 334 Cram. William .. . 171 Crane. Becky . . . 346 Crane. Patrick . . . 171 Crane. Rebecca ... 171 Craven. Scott ... 305 Cravotta. Nicholas. . . 372 Crawford. Dave ... 320 Crawford. Scott. ,. 171. 359 Cress, Michael ... 126 Crisera, James. .171 Crisera, Jim . . . 291 Crisp. Samantha . . . 171. 334. 356 Crispi. Paul ... 171 Criss. Brian ... 113 Crockwell. Erin . . . 343 Cromwell. Jesse . . . 334 Cross, Shawn ... 171 Grossman. Dan . . . 308. 309 Crowder. Julie . . . 330 Crowe. Kathy. .171,249 Croy. Kelly ... 334 Grudo. Ann Mane . . . 342 Gruikshank. Tim . 171, 126, 310 Cruz, Godofredo ... 171 Cryan. Julie ... 325 Csiszar, John ... 171 Gu. Clarence ... 171 Guenca, Aimee . . . 326, 327 Cultural Affairs Commission. . . 380 Cumstein, Mitch ... 249 Cunningham, Kevin . . . 295 Cunningham, Martin . . . 249 Curiel. Alicia ... 171 Gurlee. Tom ... 249 Curr. Maureen . . . 345 Curry, Andrew . . 316 Curtain, Stephanie . . . 346 Curtn. Janet. .171 Curtis. Matt . . . 294. 295 Cuthbertson. Aaron. .122 Cutler. Mike ... 318 Cutler. Nancy .327 Cwiertnia. Matt .310 Q D ' Allaird. Wendy . . . 171.343.359 D ' Angelo. Michelle.. .341 da Costa. Irene ... 171 Dackey. Karen ... 171 Daetz. Steve ... 356 Dagermangy, Kim . . . 330 Dagermangy, Kristin . . . 342 Dahlstrom. Anika . . . 337 Daigle. Kathleen ... 327 Daily Bruin Advertising. . 358 Daily Bruin Editorial. . . 369 Daley, Shannon ... 171 Daley, Shawn. . . 171 Dallas. Jeff ... 310 Dalton, Kippy ... 171 Daluiso. Brad ... 89, 308 Daly . Meara ... 345 Daly. Alison... 171. 356, 372 Daly. Betsy . . . 171 Daly. Dermot ... 291 Daly. Rick ... 89. 308 Damavandi. Becca . . . 334 Damavandi. Jessica . . . 334 Damudar. Amitesh ... 172 Daneshgar. Kourosh ... 172 Daneshmand. Shahram ... 172 Daniels. Karyn. . . 376 Danielson, Jeff . . . 308 Dao. Minh.. . 172 Dao. Rose ... 1 72 Darby, Matt . . . 89 Dare, Ramie ... 72. 73, 356. 378, 379 Darrow. Tania ... 1 72 Darweesh. Cameron. . . 372 Darwish. Carol. . . 378. 381 Daskarolis. Kaymaria . . . 249 Datnow, Stacey ... 328 Dauer, Jennifer . . . 345 Daugherty, Megan. . . 373 Daukas. Marita ... 172 Dautenhahn. Tracey ... 172 Davalos. Elissa . . . 340 Davenport, Megan . . . 343 David. Jeff . . . 318 Davidian. Danielle ... 172. 346 Davidson, Victoria . . . 249 Davies, Alexandra ... 172 Davies, Blaire ... 172 Davies, Jennifer . . . 327 Davis, Brian ... 287 Davis, Bridget ... 172 Davis. Byron . . . 100. 101 Davis. Christine ... 172, 345 Davis. Duane ... 289 Davis. Ehsa ... 330 Davis. Jeff ...172.372 Davis. Jeffrey ... 1 72 Davis. Johanna . . . 346 Davis. Matt. . . 381 Davis. Muntu . . . 249, 448 Davis. Ricky ... 89 Davis, Shannon . . . 100 Davisson. Game . . . 343 Davisson. Whitney . . . 343 Davod. Oman ... 308 Dawson, Jim . . . 308 Dawson, Lesel . . . 345 Dawson. Susan. . . 364 Day. Carolyn . . . 345 Day, Stephanie ... 172 Day, Stephen. . . 368 Day, Steve... 172,298,299 Dayton, Kris ... 332 De Armas, Rutherford ... 172 De La Cruz, Rhodora ... 172, 373 De La Torre. Elizabeth ... 172 De Simone. Christopher ... 172 De Vera. Pmky. . .364 De Virgilio. Stephanie ... 330 De Walt, Barry ... 172 de Leon, Joy . . . 349 Deal. Kristen ... 334 Dean, LaCrisha ... 172 Dean, Mark ... 100 Dearborn. Andrew ... 312 Deardorff. Julie ... 342 Deas, Susan ... 172, 349 DeBard, Eila ... 327 Debay. Lynn . . . 172.337 Deborah. Anne. . . 373 Debrer. Chris ... 277 DeCastro. Romeo ... 283 DeCourcey. Un|00 ... 1 72 Deeds, Jonathan . .172 Deen, Mike ... 295 DeGenaro. Debbie . . . 345 Degenaro. Katherine ... 172 Deinhard, Jill ... 173, 325 Deiter, Neil ... 305 DeJean, Brad ... 316 DeJesus. John Paul ... 283 Del Rosario. Cynthia . . . 173 del Junco, Lourdes ... 173 DeLaGarza. Valarie ... 172 Delaney, Kevin . . . 316 Delany. Cindi ... 249 DeLaura, Steve ... 316 Deleissagues, Melissa . . . 340 Delgado. John ... 173 Delia Monica. Andrea ... 98. 99 Delmendo, Marilu . .173, 325 Delsol, Julie ... 327 Delu, Helena . . 173 DeLuca, Anthony . . . 100, 305 Deming, Devon . . 277 Deming. Jodie ... 173 Dender. Paul . . 370 Deng. Charles ... 173 Deng, Stephen .173 Denver, Mike ... 110, 308 Deocampo, Delia. . . 358 DePetra, Derek ... 291 DePrano. Eric ... 1 72 Derby, Elisabeth . .173 Derby, Lisa . . . 326, 327 Dere. Edna . . 173.356 Derner, Ethan ... 448 DeRosa. Chris ... 299 Derovin, Mike . . . 308 DeRubertis ... 305 Des Roches, Shannon ... 382 Desanti, Vic . . . 299 Desantis, Melissa . . . 340 Detra. Lockhart .105 Deuel. Daniel ... 1 73 Devaney, Kindra ... 173. 346, 358 Devenon. Andrea . . , 327 Devine. Michael . . 305 Devis. Natalie ... 173 DeVore. Byron. .122 Dewey. John ... 308 Dewitt. Anne ... 342 Di Bias. Debi ... 346 Dial. Stephan ... 315 Diaz. Donald. .173 Diaz. Maria ... 1 74 Diaz, Stefanie ... 174 Dicker, Josh ... 293 Dickey. Kevin ... 89 Dickmson. Valerie ... 174 Dickson. Ah . . . 343 Diehl, Alex ... 303 Diem, Steve ... 109 Diemer, Dione . . . 328. 448 Dienelt. Kerry. .. 114, 115 Dilkian, Tracey ... 340 Dimapilis, Caroline ... 174 Dimapilis. Caroline. . .375 Dinh, Cynthia. . . 364 Dinh, Thy , . . 249 Dinh, Thy. . .369 Dinucci, Viviana . . . 332 Dinwiddle, Diallon . . . 249, 364 Dirucka. Deborah. . . 270 Dishotsky, Rebecca . . . 328. 448 Distifeno, Melissa . . . 346 Dittman. Lori . . . 332 Dixon. Rob . . . 308 Diang. Danny ... 283 Diang. Danny. . . 368 Do, Phong ... 357 Doan, Tramanh ... 174 Dobbins, E. Brian. . . 380 Dobson, Sara . . . 270, 277 Dockray, Heather ... 337 Dodge. Melissa . . . 249 Dogerty, Joni ... 174 Doherty. Joni . . . 357 Doi, Stephanie ... 284 Dolby, Monica .286 Dold, Cindy . . 342 Dolgin. Eleanor ... 174 Dollard. Edward .. . 174 Dollard. Ted...314, 315 Dollinger. Barrie . . . 332 Dome. Mark ... 318 Domingo. Debra ... 1 74 Domingo. Fe ... 174 Domingo, Jennifer . . . 332 Domingo, Kristine . . . 249 Domingo, Knstine. . .375 Domingo, Michelle. . . 354 Dommguez, Marcela . . 174 Dommguez, Sue . . . 373 Donahue, Nicole . . . 342 Donaldson. Erica . . . 345 Donaldson. Kristin . . . 330 Donaldson. Lisa ... 174. 349 Dong, Robin . . . 357 Donnelly. Erin ... 174 , 345 Donnelly, Paula ... 1 74 Donoghue. John . . . 249 Donville, Kevin ... 174 Dool, Scott. . .312 Doolittle. Bob . . . 290, 303 Doolittle, Mary ... 345 Dorfman, Lori . . . 174, 330 Dorfman. Tracey ... 1 74 , 340 Dornbush. Chris. . . 372 Dosick. Michelle ... 174 Dossa. Jennifer . . . 327 Dote. Linda ... 357 Dotson. Lawrence . . . 287 Dougherty. Colleen . . . 346 Dougherty. Mitch . . . 322 Douglas, Danny . . . 303 Douglas, Robert ... 174 Douglas, Scott ... 303 Douglis, Michael ... 174 Dowling, Lisa . . . 327 Downer, Richard . . 174 Doyle. Jennifer ... 1 74 Doyle. Mark ... 1 74 Doyle. Sean ... 89 Drake, Randy ... 320 Dreifuss, Kathleen ... 174. 345 Drew, Heather . ..174, 337,448 Drew, Kimberlyn. . . 368 Dreyer, Kristen . . . 116, 117 Dreyfus. Amy ... 342 Driscoll. Elizabeth ... 337 Drogan, Kelly ... 1 74 Drucker, Eric ... 249 Du, Hilary... 174 Du. Stanley ... 283 Duarte. Jon .. . 308 Duboft. Allan. . .363 Oucar. David ... 174 Ducut. Robert ... 249 Duda, Lauren ... 174 Dudding. Shannon . . . 249 Dudka. Chris . . . 100, 101 Dudley, Elizabeth . ..174, 342 Duell. Aimee . . . 345 Duffey, Tammy ... 1 75. 334 Dugger. Keh ... 1 75 Duncan. Erin ... 175 Duncan, Jill . .. 175.327 Duncan, Matt ... 258 Dundas. Derek ... 96, 306 Dunevant, Deborah ... 1 75 Dunevant, DeDe ... 325 Dungey, Channing ... 175, 337 Dunn, Amy , . . 342 Dunn, John. .175, 295 Dunn, Joy . . . 284 Dunn. Nancy . . . 342 Dunne, Gus . . 370 Dunne, Shannon . . . 332 Duo, Tony ... 284 Duong. Debbie ... 282 Duplanty, Todd . . .96.310 DuPont. Stephane ... 100 Dupper. Craig . . . 305 Duran, Paul ... 175, 320 Durham, Gma ... 175 Duricka, Deborah ... 270 Duron. Steve . . . 295 Dv er, John . . 291 Dye. Robert .318 Eacrett, Kate ... 175, 340 Eames, Terry. . . 373 Earhart, Kassy . . . 330 Earhart, Katharine ... 176 Earl, Katherine ... 176 Earley, Ronit ... 325 Earnshaw. Tiffani ... 1 76 Eastlick. Sharon ... 176. 372 Eastman. Pete ... 310 Easton. Sean ... 100 Eastwood. Barbara . . . 334 Ebner, Patricia ... 176 Ebrahim, All. . . 381 Eby, Alyson . . 334 Eby, Mike .113 Echamendi, Al . . . 318 Echelmeier, Anie ... 176 Echeverri. Claudia . . . 325 Echols, Dan.. . 176,300 Eck, Sara ... 342 Eckert. Celia ... 325 Eckland. Chris ... 318 Econn. Stephanie . . . 343 Edelman. Bill ... 290 Edelman, William ... 176. 320 Edmeades. Game . . . 343 Edmisten. Krista . . . 325 Edwards. Adnan . . . 312 Edwards. Karen ... 176 Edwards. Robert . . 370 Edwards. Tracy ... 176 Efstathiu. Paul ... 291 Egerer. Avery . . . 357 Ehrenpreis, Ira ... 175. 355 Ehret. Holly . . . 330, 357 Ehret. Susannah . . . 357 Ehrlich, Matt ... 318 Ehuan. Arthur ... 1 76 Eikenberry. Blake . . . 275 Eipe. Elizabeth ... 176 Eiseman. Jamin . . . 274 Eisenhart, Robert ... 176 Eisler, Staci ... 334 Eisma, Lisa ... 176, 337 Eisman, Jamin. . . 274 El Mallakh, Helen ... 249 Elad, Avital . . . 328, 368 Elbar. Melissa ... 349 Elder, Shawn. . .369 Elders, Jen . . 343 Eldridge-Bell. Callisha ... 176 Ellas. Sylvia ... 1 76 Elizindo. Laura ... 176 Elizondo, Kathy ... 180 Elizondo, Mike ... 306 Elkind, Steve ... 308 Elkun, Jeff . . 370 Ellert. Patty ... 176 Ellertson. Brian ... 305 Elliot-Lindo, Emir ... 320 Elliott. Chrish ... 176 Elliott, Timothy ... 249 Ellis. David ... 320 Ellis, Eric ... 316 Ellis, Erin ... 176 Ellis, Matt... 305, 315 EIner, Scott ... 295 Elowitch, Heidi ... 249 Elson. Matthew . . . 176 Emanuel, Bert , . . 89 Embree. Lea .176 Embuido, Philipp ... 284 Emenzian, Matt ... 96 Emerson. Suzy . . . 327 Emery, Ben . . . 318 Emerzian, Matt . . . 306 Endo, Coreen ... 176, 327, 356, 364 Endo, Matthew ... 176, 185,283 Endo, Traci ... 284 Endow, Greg ... 284 Eng, Tim . . . 284 Enge, Ron . . . 310 Engel, Liz . . . 330 Engel, Renat . , . 357, 381 Engelson, Stephanie ... 176 Engerman, Amy . . . 334 English, Monica . . . 345 Enoch, Dawn . . . 327 Enriquez, Lolly. . .375 Epstein, Stefanie . . . 302, 328 Erb, Chris. .126 Erb, John . . . 249, 300 Erbes, Richard. . . 98,122 Erdevicki, Ivan ... 96 Erdman, Andy ... 316 Erdstein, David ... 249 Erez, Hagit ... 176 Erikson. John ... 295 Ermerzian, Matt . . . 306 Escobar, Dana ... 176 Escobar, Javier ... 96 Esfahani, Pooneh . . . 176 Eshaghpour, Tina ... 176 Espinosa, Guiller. . .375 Espiritu, Augusto. . .375 Espiritu, Samuel . . . 249 Essey, Angie . . . 334 Ester, Jeff . . . 295 Esteverena, Martin , , 370 Estrada, Albert... 312 Estrada, Carrie ... 327 Estrada, Teresa . . . 327 Eubank, Danielle ... 177, 364 Eugene, Hernandez. . . 382 Evans, Jenny ... 95 Evans, Lisa . . . 345 Evans, Mark ... 322 Evans, Mark. . . 368 Evans, Matt . , . 291 Evans, Megfian . . . 334 Evans, Michelle . . . 357 Evans, Scott ... 295 Evans, Tim . . . 249, 295 Evanshine, Elisabeth . . . 345 Ewing, Scott . . . 366 Ewing, Thomas . . . 305 Ezeir, Alan ... 177 Fabregas, Anne ... 177 Fabregas, Michael ... 177 Fabros, Camilo ... 177 Fachini, Roger . . . 355 Faehn, Rhonda ... 106, 107 Fagan, Sharon . , 177 Fagella, Melbourne . . 284 Faier, Lieba . . . 334 Fairfax, Kevin . .. 177,299 Faiardo, Eunice. . .375 Fajatin, Maria . . . 249, 284,375 Falana, Lola. . . 373 Falge, Cynthia... 177, 325 Fallens, Tanya . . . 355 Fan, Robert. .177 Fang, Jenny ... 177 Fang, John . . . 357 Fant, Greg ... 308 Farac, Chris ... 315 Faridian, Forouzan ... 177 Farmar, David . . 249 Farmer, Jonathon . . . 299 Farmer, Margaret ... 177 Farmer, Maria ... 177 Farnsworth, Steve . . . 306 Farr, Andre. . . 380 Farrell, Came ... 340 Farrior, Sherry ... 1 77 Farris, Juli ... 177 Farsakian, Karyn. . .364 Fat, Monica , . . 346 Fataiki. Henry ... 315 Faught, Jennifer . . . 342 Fauth, Laura ... 249 Fay, Laura . . . 334 Fedelli, Andrew ... 291 Federighi, Dante. . . 368 Federiizo, Aileen, . .375 Feinberg, Dave . . , 318 Feinbloom, Stacy. . , 177 Feiner, Matt. . . 177 Feinman, Chris . . . 320 Felber, Kara, ..177 Feld, Kenny ... 308 Fenenoz, Dino ... 177 Feng, Daphne , . . 1 77 Feng, Jennifer . . . 284 Ferguson, Dezireen . . , 177 Ferguson, Kirk ... 177 Ferguson, Patrick . . . 249, 315 Ferguson, Steven ... 177 Fern, Matt . . . 308 Fernandes, Frances. . . 384 Fernandes, Kristine ... 177 Fernandez, Andrea ... 177 Fernandez, Arlene . . 357 Fernandez, Lisa ... 114 Fernandez, Madonna . . 343 Fernandez, Mana-Arlene ... 177 Fernandez. Ramiro ... 177 Fernando, Jennifer , . , 177 Fernando, Roland . . . 315 Ferns, Jennifer . . . 325 Fersht, Karen. . . 177 Fertik, Karen ... 177 Fetterman, David ... 249 Fey, Robin ... 340 Fidler, Suzanne. . . 178 Field, James . . . 355 Fields, Ruslyn . . . 178 Fields. Stacey ... 354 Finkler. Vicki ... 345 Finklestein. Debbie . , . 346 Finklestein, Kim . . . 342 Finklestein, Segy ... 328 Finn, Robin . . . 328, 329 Finnecy, Jon . . . 293 Finnegan, Alison ... 178 Finney, Jill ... 337 Finnie, Shauna . . 343 Finucan. Kathleen ... 178, 324, 325 Fiorello, Matt . . . 308 Fiorendo, Tessie. . . 381 Fischbein, Greg . . . 291 Fischbein, Lauren . . . 178. 327 Fischer, Jeff. . . 379 Fischer, Mathew ... 178 Fischer, Pauline. . . 364 Fish, Rebecca ... 349 Fisher, Cecile ... 178 Fisher, David ... 178 Fisher, Jennifer . . . 346 Fisher, Ken . . . 249 Fisher, Seana . . . 345 Fitzer Kathy ... 340 Fitzgerald, Darren . . . 295 Fitzgerald, Darren. . 368 Fixler, Leslie ... 1 78 Fizzolio, Denise ... 178, 327 Flatley. Kristin ... 249 Fleischman, Joshua ... 1 78 Fleming. Hans. . . 290 Fleming. Kimberly . , , 178, 345 Flemming, Hans . . , 310 Fletcher, Mark , .178 Fhsher, Carrie . . . 178,337 Fiorendo, Tessie. . . 372 Florentine, Harriet . . . 250 Florentine, Harriet. . .375 Flores, Jen . . . 343 Flores, Michelle ... 178 Flores, Peter. .178 Flores, Ruth . . . 250, 364 Flores, Shelley. . .364 Flores, Vanessa . , . 250 Flosi, Chris ... 290 Flynn, Dan . . . 306 Flynn, Greg. .122 Flynn, Jamie . . . 250, 345, 448 Flynn, Shanna ... 115 Fogelberg, Erik ... 1 78 Fojut, Matt . . . 291 Foley, Cammie . . , 115, 117, 337 Foley, Matt .. 291 Fomil, Jessica . . . 349 Fondren, James ... 178 Fong, Darin ... 178 fong, Debra. .. 178,282,354 Fong, Lyane ... 1 78. 282 Fong, Mitzi ... 178, 282 Fonseca. Sandra . . . 345 Fortius, Jenn . . 343 Foon, Ryan ... 178 Foraker, Blair ... 299 Ford, James ... 178 Ford, Katherine . . , 178,340, 341 Ford, Stacey ... 289 Fordahl, Matthew. . .369 Foresco, Alfredo . . . 300 Forgiarini, Zorak . . . 303 Fornal, Jennifer . . . 337 Forner, Tiffany ... 327 Forseth, Renee . . . 325 Forsmo, Susan ... 178 Forsythe, Sarah. . . 373 Forte, Will ... 303 Fortunate, Shiela. . . 373 Foss, Tami . . . 330 Foster, Sean ... 322 Foster. Shannon . . . 342 Foster, Trisha ... 327 Fotlage, Kristin ... 330 Fountaine, Shuvea ... 1 78 Fountaine, Shuvea . . 368 Fowler, Kathy. . . 373 Fowler, Kathy. . . 373 Fowler, Kyle , . . 178 Fox, David. . . 178 ox, Pamela . . . 334. 448 ox, Quinn . . . 342 rackelton, Robert ... 303 ragodt, Jonathan ... 178, 292. 293 rancis, Kara . . . 250, 354, 448 rancis, Sean . . . 306, 370 rank, Chris . . . 302, 303 rank, Darin ... 320 rank, Deron ... 179 rankle. Monette. . . 372 ranklin, Jolie , . . 330 ranklin, Kimberly ... 179 ranklin, Lori , . . 286 ranklin. Matt . . . 310 ranzblau, Jeannie . . . 328 ranzmann, Elizabeth ... 179 raser, Jodi . . 343 rawley, Wendy . . . 332, 376 reeborn. Kerne . . . 340 reedman, Eric . . . 320 reedman, Jon . . . 320 reeman, Estelle . . . 289 reeman, Julie . . 330 reeman, Karin . . . 330 reeman, Kim . . . 332 reeman, Monicke ... 179 reitas, Tina . . . 325 round, Kns. , , 368 rey, Nancy . . . 250, 364 rey, Rob ... 179 ried. Daniel ... 179 riedland, Lesley . , . 250, 364. 372 nedlander, Lori . . . 340 riedman. Dag. . . 376 nedman, David . . . 305 riedman, Mike . . . 299 riedman, Paul ... 179 rimmel, Susie . . . 337 risch, Courtney . . . 330 risch. Tom ... 291 ritzier, Traci . . . 340 roeb, Gordon . . . 303 rost, Jess ... 179 rost, Tom ... 291 rymer, Carrie . . . 330 u, Jenny ... 179 u, Karen , . . 357 Pearl ... 345 uchs. Lance . . 312 uderanan, Lorelei. . . 373 uderanan. Mane ... 179 uentes, Christine . . . 327 uentes, Patncia . . . 250 ugimoto, Lisa . . . 284 uhrman, Paul ... 318 uhrmann, Kurt ... 179 ujimoto. Aimee . . . 332 ukuhara, Ted ... 179 ukumoto. Jonathan ... 1 79 uller, Ashley , . . 337 uller, Jim . . . 318 uller, Kristen . . . 346 uller. Rick ... 122 ullhorst, Knsten ... 332 ulton, Kathryn. . . 334, 364 ulton, Todd ... 293 uman, Vince . . . 299 ung, Eileen. . . 379 ung, Keith ... 357 ung, Mia . . . 284 ung, Sara . . . 282, 364 unk, John ... 179, 322 uqua, Juliana. . . 382 uqua, Juliana. . .364 uqua, Mike. . . 382 uqua, Pete . . . 355 urman, Yefim . . . 109 urst, Larry ... 312 uruta, Scott ... 179 ushiki, Roy . . . 179 utterman, Michelle ... 179, 340. 364 urterman. Suzanne . . . 327. 364 yhie. Mike, , . 112. 113.310 D Gabaizadeh, Ramin . . . 250 Gabus, Jeremy . . . 250 Gabby, Gail ... 345 Gabelsberg, Mark ... 316 Gadal, Eric . . . 179 Gaerlan, Audrey ... 1 79 Gagliardi, Marcia . . . 334 Gaghone, JeHrey . .179, 322 Gagnes. Kim . . . 346 Gailani. Duma. . . 372 Gaines, Tamyko . . . 286, 356 Galane, Darcy . . . 179 Galant. Michael .. . 179 Galaviz. Caroline . . . 334 Gallagher, Cyndi . . . 100, 101 Gallagher, Erin . . . 337 Gallagher, Matthew . .179 Gallegos, Heather ... 342 Gallegos, Tim . . . 93, 303 Gallien, Jason ... 300 Gallien, Jason. . . 368 Galloway, Renee . . . 327 Galusha, Tom . . . 313 Galvin, Andrea , . . 343 Galyean, Rick ... 306 Gill, Russell .181 Gamba, David. .179 Gill, Vaughn ... 287 Gambale, Jennifer ... 328 Gill, Von. . . 380 Gamble, Knstin ... 327 Gillan, Ed . . . 355 Gamble. Robert ... 89 Gillespie, Thomas ... 181,293 Gamble, Stacy ... 337 Gillum, Jennifer . . . 332, 345, 376 Ganaden, Rommel. . .375 Oilman, Michelle ... 325 Garndo, Diane. . .364 Gilyot, Danielle ... 181 Gancman, Alvaro ... 179 Gines.Joy...l81.325 Gandin, Matt . . . 320 Ginn. Reggie ... 289 Gant, Julie ... 179 Giordano. Mary. . . 380. 381 Gao. Jimmy ... 250 Giosso. Chnstine . . . 327 Garabedian, Craig ... 308 Giraco. Arthur . . . 181 Garabedian, Liza ... 179 Gitlin. Catherine ... 332 Garbero, Greg ... 126 Gitlin. Graham ... 293 i Garbutt, Allison ... 327 Gitter. Morris ... 320 Garcia, Anita . . . 250, 448 Givens. Quentin ... 89 Garcia, Chns ... 293 Glaes. James ... 250 Garcia, Chrissy ... 332 Glaisyer, Chns ... 354 Garcia, Chnstine ... 179 Glass, Brett ... 303 Garcia, Darin ... 295 Glass, Lynne .. , 181,334 Garcia, Dennis ... 250 Classman, Gwen . . . 181 Garcia, Edna ... 250 Glatt. Eve . . 332 Garcia, Elisa. , . 372 Glazer. Kera ... 328 Garcia, Emily ... 340 Gleason. Ted ... 126 Garcia, Jose ... 250 Gleason. Tracy . . . 337. 381 Garcia, Laura . . . 250 Gleeson. Diane ... 181 Garcia, Rafael ... 250 Gleeson, Mike ... 313 Garcia, Richard ,179 Glouberman, Steve ... 181 Garcia, Ronald . . , 250 Goar. Shana . . . 324, 325 Gardner, Scott ... 179, 320 Godoy, James ... 181 Garfield Stephanie ... 343 Goehnng, Jason .181, 295 Garfinkle, Tracy ... 334 Goghgoski, Cory ... 305 Garg, Sanna .340 Goharderakhshan, Katayoun ... 181 Gargalicana. Rowena. . . 364 Gohata, Karen ... 284 Garmager, Clarissa . . . 332 Gold, Bnan ... 320 Garman, Chns ... 303 Gold, Damn ... 318 Garman, Jason .109 Gold, Nancy , . . 357 Garr, Brett. . . 100 Goldberg. Cori . . . 181. 328 Garrett, James .180 Goldberg. Karen ... 181 Garrett, Kelley ... 180 Goldberg. Lisa ... 342 Garrett. Rebecca ... 342 Goldblatt. Jason ... 306 Garrett. Wendy ... 328 Golden. Jay . . . 308. 368 Garson, Gasiorek ... 328 Goldman. Gideon ... 181 Gasaud, Kathleen. . . 368 Goldman, Naomi ... 349 Gasiorek, Debbie. . . 384 Goldsmith, Michael , , . 181 Gaskins, Mike ... 291 Goldstein, An . . . 181 Cast, David. . .363 Goldstein, Jill ... 181 Gastelum. Brian. . . 122 Goldstein, Leslie ... 328 Gasuad, Kathleen . . 180 Goldstein, Melanie. .369 Gatley, Greg ... 305 Goldsworthy, Shannon . . 337 Gatt, Cathy. . . 373 Golitzen, Cynthia ... 340 Gatzke, Dave . . . 290, 293 Golstein, Leslie. . . 368 Gaunt, Darbi ... 346 Gomberg, David ... 181 Gauvin, Richard ... 180 Gomes, Debra ... 330 Gavazza, Jeff . . 299 Gomez, Cnstina ... 181 Gavino, Daniel , . . 180, 357 Gomez, Darin ... 181 Gayles, Sheryn ... 287 Gomez, Frank ... 181 Gayner, Ramsey ... 291 Gondobmtoro, Mieke . . . 349 Gayton, Cindy , , . 334 Gonen, Ron . . . 320 Gayvert, Lisa ... 180, 330 Gong, Janet. . .363 Gebroe, Erin . . . 328, 381 Gonzales, Genalyn ... 181 Gedymin, Maria . . . 332 Gonzales, Melissa . . . 327 Gee, Bill... 315 Gonzales, Nick ... 313 Gee, Darlene . . . 284 Gonzales. Patrick ... 250 Gee, Tammy ... 180, 282 Gonzales, Rhonda ... 182 Gee, Tiffany ... 328 Gonzalez, Cnssy, , .369 Geib, Rich ... 298 Gonzalez, Gabriela , . . 182, 332 Geiser, Steven ... 180 Gonzalez, Janine ... 182 Gelb, Edward .250 Gonzalez, Jeff . . . 182 Gelfuso, Dave ... 318 Gonzalez, Lourdes ... 182 Gemoets, Travis , . . 296 Gonzalez, Lucia ... 182 Genova, Dolores. . . 373 Gonzalez, Manluz. . . 380 Genova, Kammi . . . 334 Gonzalez, Nat , . . 93 Genova, Nicole . . . 334 Gonzalez, Sophia ... 338 George, Sam ... 93 Gonzalez, Steve ... 74, 75 Gerardi, Donna , . . 250 Gonzalez, Susan ... 182 , 345 Gerken, Barbara . . . 116 Gonzalez, Teresa , . 182 Germenian, Daniel . . . 250 Goo, Valerie ... 340 Gerry, Anna ... 250 Good, Erin ... 182 Gershwin, David ... 180 Good, Jenny ... 330 Gersten, Michael ... 250 Good, Kathy ... 332 Gervais, Buddy ... 291 Good. Lorna . . . 330. 331 Gesell, Susan. . . 384 , Good, Scott... 268. 312 Gettman, Encka .327 Good, Scott. . . 268 Ghafouri, Negar . . . 250 Goodbrand, Don . . . 310 Ghalili, Sepy ... 180, 381 Goode, Terry . .182 Ghan, Pam . , . 343 Goodere, Kirk ... 305 Ghiselli, Gary ... 318 Gooding, Chandra ... 100 Ghodsian, Ellis. . .369 Goodman, Jae , , . 310 Gholbi, Shirin ... 330 Goodwin, Marvin . , , 89 Giacopuzzi, Julie . . . 250, 330 Gordin, Stacy ... 343 Giannotta, Donya ... 181 Gordon, Dionne . . . 346 Gibbons, Jeanne. . . 82,83, 100 Gordon, Heather ... 349 Gibbons, Jennifer ...181,328 Gordon, Jenny , . . 330 Gibbons, Trisha ... 342 Gordon, Lee . . . 182 Gibbs, Tracy . . . 330, 364 Gordon. Mindi ... 182 Gibrey, Michael . . . 181, 320 Gordon. Rafi ... 316 Gibson, Darren ... 305 Gorman. Brian ... 312 Gibson, David. . .369 Gorman. Tiffany ... 182 Gideon, Aron ... 89 Gorospe, Raul . . . 250, 357, 381 Giedt, Jeffrey .. . 181,308 Gorre, Celina. . . 364 Giers, Julie . . . 181.346.357.372 Gostanian, Lenna . . . 250 Gifford. Jacquelyne . . . 342. 373 Gottfried, Mark . . . 103 Gildard, Tnsa ... 325 Gottleib, Todd ... 308 Gildred, Lewis . . 293 Gottlieb, James . . . 182, 300 Gilhooly, Mike ... 310 Gottlieb, Wendy . . . 346, 376 Gilhooly, Pat . . 310 Gough, Krista ... 334 Gill, Andrea. , . 181,346 Gould, Jennifer ... 328 Gill, Mary ... 181 Gould, Lisa ... 328 Gould. Virginia. . . 373 Gourwtz. Kendra ... 342 Cower. Larry . . . 367 Goya. Diane ... 282 Graber. Geoffrey... 182.293 Grabiel. Pablo ... 76 Grabiel. Valerie ... 76 Graff. Oena ... 182 Grafton. Daphne ... 182 Graham, Andrea . . . 346 Graham. Anne . . . 343 Graham. Hillary ... 251 Graham. Julie ... 325 Graham, Julie. . . 381 Graham, Marcia . . . 325. 372 Gramowski. John ... 251 Grandi. Chris ... 305 Granger. Russell . . . 182, 303 Grant. Christopher ... 182 Grant. Lisa ... 182 Grantham. Raleigh . . . 251, 315 Gratteau, Jennifer ... 95. 334 Graver. Kann ... 251 Graves. Scott ... 96. 310 Gray. Bobby ... 89 Gray. Carlton ... 89 Gray, Dara ... 328 Gray. Jason . . . 312 Gray. Mandy . . . 346 Gray. Matt . . . 295 Gray. Robert ... 96. 251 Gray. Tony ... 308 Grearey. Michael ... 182 Greco. Colleen ... 327 Greedy. Garett ... 89. 270 Greedy. Garrett. . . 270 Greeley. Jem . . . 345 Green. Antony ... 96. 306 Green, Bnan ... 182 Green. Felicia ... 328 Green. Hugh. .315 Green. Jason ... 89 Green. Leiand ... 182 Green. Ton . . . 346 Greenberg, David ... 190. 290. 320 Greenberg. Evan . . . 320 Greenberg. Mike . . . 320 Greenberg. Richard ... 182 Greene. Elizabeth . . . 345 Greene. Michelle . . . 182, 372 Greenhut, Jennifer . , . 107 Greenslade. Jon . , . 316 Greenwood. Brett ... 118, 119 Greenwood, Carl ... 89 Greenwood, Colleen. . . 368 Greer. Alyce.. . 182.330 Gregson. Christopher ... 182 Grenlee. Vince . . . 310 Grice. Donovan . . . 182 Gridley. Michelle ... 327 Grieves. Liz . . . 337 Griffin. Joanna E. ... 251 Griffin. Matthew ... 182. 306 Griffith. Betsy ... 345 Griffith. Meg . . . 334 Griffiths, Jeff . . . 308 Grigg. Nancy . . . 337 Grigorian. Armen ... 182 Gnjalva, Jeffrey ... 313 Grinnell, Renee . . . 342 Griset, Joie...341 Griswold, Chrishne . . . 183. 330 Grogan. Emily . , . 345 Gronos, Kristin ... 183 Gross. Gary ... 312 Gross, Peggi ... 183 Gross, Shan . . . 345 Grove. Bnan ... 183 Grovier, Kelly ... 367 Grubb, Kerry ,337 Gruber, Mark ... 251 Gruber. Missy . . . 346 Gruber. Rachel ... 330 Grundy, Lisa . . . 337 Gruszynski. Stephanie ... 183 Gudegast. Christian ... 308 Guerra. Juan ... 183 Guerrero. Miguel . . . 289 Guerro. Marcus ... 183. 305 Gugler, Kathleen ... 325 Guiang. Rainier . . . 251, 283 Guillen. Mark ... 300 Guler. San . . . 328. 357 Gulger. Kathleen , . 183 Gulliford, Alexa ... 343 Gullo. Veronica . . . 334 Gumpert. Lorraine . . . 332 . .363 Gunn, Jamie . . . 334, 372 Gupta. Amisha ... 183 Gura. Nancy ... 328 Guss. Greg ... 183 Gustafson. Cam ... 183. 343 Gutenmakher, Alexander . . . 183 Gutierrez. Cnstina . . . 183 Gutierrez, Debra ... 183 Gutierrez. Eva. , . 372 Guherrez, Maria . . . 327 Gutierrez. William ... 183 Gutierrez. Yvonne . . 114.115 Guthind. Daniel ... 184 Gutman. Kathleen , , , 327 Guy, Steve .310 Guyton, Remi ... 330 Guzman. Jacqueline . . . 184, 372 Guzman. Sharon ... 251 Gwon. Seung. , . 381 D Ha, Jean ... 184 Hacker. Josh ... 320 Hackett, Danny ... 96. 306 Hacopian. Enc ... 184 Haddad, Liz. . , 373 Hadfield, Philip . . 96. 97 Hadirebowo, Qngkowidjojo . . . 184 Had|ian, Am . , . 184 HadI, Sarah ... 343 Hafner, Frank ... 184 Hagan, Kathleen ... 340 Hagstrom. Chnstme. . .369 Haidinger. Kerry , .184. 330 Haigentz, Missak ... 184 Hail, Jim . . . 303 Haile. Mulu ... 287 Haiman. Amanda . . . 357 Hakemian. James. . . 359 Halcen. Juan ... 278 Halcon. Juan. . . 278 Halcrow. Cheryl. . . 364 Hale. Jeffrey . . . 113 Hale. Phihp ... 27 Halfon, William , . , 184 Halih. Susan ... 357 Hall. Brad . , 370 Hall. Caroyn ... 342 Hall. Dave ... 251 Hall. Donyale ... 184 Hall. Knstina. . . 364 Hall. Scott ... 320 Hall. Ten. . . 364 Hall. Terrence. . . 359 Hall. Tern. . .364 Hall. Tim . . . 291 Hallman. Debbie ... 338 Hallstrom. Jody . . . 325 Halm. David ... 320 Halme. Melissa . . . 334 Halpenn. David ... 184 Halpern. Ilisa ... 184 Halpern. Loren . . . 308, 309 Hamada. Kimberly ... 327 Hamadeh, Sam ... 293 Hamamoto, Doug . - . 284 Hamamoto. Randy . . . 283 Hamanaka, Lisa . . . 184 , 325 Hamdi, Azhar ... 184 Hamid, Golarin ... 251 Hamid, Omar ... 251 Hamilton, Chnstian . . . 316 Hamilton, Juliandra . . . 342 Hammerberg. Mark . . . 308 Hammond, Jennifer . . . 100 Hammond. Stephanie . . . 325, 364 Hampton, Beth ... 337 Han, Michael ... 184 Han. Philip ... 184 Hanahan, Tory . . . 330 Hanahan. Victoria ... 184 Hanasono, Matthew . . . 356 Hance. T.C, . . . 318 Hanchett, Danielle . . . 184. 345 Hanchette, Diella ... 345 Hanczuk. Patricia . . . 184 Hand. Adam ... 320 Handel. Shen ... 184 Handler, Brendan ... 320 Handler. Lisa . . . 184, 337 HandO|o. Ivan . . 184 Hang. Sven . . . 98. 99. 122 Haniff, Stuart ... 184 Hanik, Robin ... 349 Hankel, Carl. .. 110. Ill Hanks. Bryan ... 251 Hanley, Shana ... 41 Hannah, Julie ... 184, 335 Hannan. Chris . . . 310 Hannauer, David . . . 355 Hansen, Jennifer . . . 251. 364 Hansen, Karen . . . 327 Hansen, Stacy ... 184 Hansz, Troy ... 320 Hague. Reina . . . 184, 357 Harasawa, Sumiko . - . 184 Harbottle, Janette ... 184 Harder. Robert ... 184 Hardt. Cindy ... 337 Hardt. Michael ... 185 Hardwick, Chris. . . 366 Harel, Rachel ... 346 Harlorth, Duane . - . 289 Hann. Perry ... 318 Harley, Jason ... 251 Harm, Robbie ... 185 Harms. Brian . . . 303 Harper. Willie ... 287 Harrick. Jim . . . 103 Harriger, Jennifer . . . 330 Harrington, All . . . 343 Harrington, Clinton . . . 185, 205 Harrington, Kimberly ... 185 Harris, Greg . . . 306. 370 Harris, Mishon ... 349 Hams, Steve ... 103 Harrison, Halona . . . 185, 286 Harry, Elizabeth . . . 185. 364 Harry, Jay . . . 316 Hart. Holly ... 343 Hart, Morgan ... 252 Hartenbower. Kirstin . . . 349 Hartfield. Shelley ... 334 Hartman, Jeff . . . 252 Harvego, Terry . . . 100, 101 Han ey. Greg. . . 380 Harvey. Yasmin ... 185 Hasegawa, Lisa ... 185 Hashima. Larry . . . 382 Hastings, Angela . . . 185, 340, 341 Hastings, Julia ... 185 Hastings, Julia. . . 379 Hatamian, Joseph . . . 252 Hatanaka. Sandra ... 185 Hatanaka, Snady . , . 330 Hataoka. Candice . . . 186 Hatchett, Marissa ... 95 Hatdamack, Brent ... 300 Hattner. Sabra . . . 343 Hatzke, Kathrene ... 186 Haug, Sven . . . 306 Hawkins. Jeffrey . . . 186 Hawkins. Liz . . . 342 Hayashi, Brad . . . 108, 109 Hayashi, John ... 283 Hayashi, Robin . . . 186 Hayati. Aref ... 186 Hayes. Chrity ... 340 Hayes, Greg. . .369 Hayes. Kann . . . 330 Hayes, Keith . . . 186, 312 Haynes, Brian . . . 303 Haynes. Clayton ... 287 Haynes, Katie . . . 337 Haynes. Steve ... 126. 127 Haynie. Lisa . . . 186 Heacock, Taiese . . . 186, 332 Healey, Jennifer . . . 334 Healey, Lynn . . . 343 Heaps, Kimberly . . . 340 Heath, Emily ... 330 Heathcote, Stewart , . 186, 316 Hebert, Dirk ... 186 Hecht, Brad ... 312 Heckard, Tara ... 186 Hecox, Karen ... 98 Hedge. Ashok. .312 Hee. Robert ... 186 Heenan, Marc ... 96, 310 Heffernan, Orly ... 185 Hegarty, Mark ... 186 Hegarty, Mary . . . 105 Heidi. Zee . . 357 Heimann, Jennifer . . . 327 Hems, Bill ... 357 Heinz, Andrez . . 370 Heldfond. Nick . . 306, 370 Heldman, Janet . . . 186 Hellman. Ted . . . 306, 370 Helm, Heather ... 342 Helm, Steve ... 89 Helmer. James ... 186 Helmer. Jim . . , 308 Helrzel, John . . . 1861 Hemmerling. Danren. . . 186 Henderson, Audrey . . . 186 Henderson, Brooke . . . 330 Henderson, Chris ... 93 Henderson, Keith. . . 186 Henderson, Othello ... 89 Henderson, Sean ... 93 Henderson, Serena . . . 349 Henderson, Stephen . . . 252 Henderson, Tracy . . . 286 Hendricks Lauren . . . 338 Hendricks, Aime . . . 343 Hendricks, Ed . . . 303 Hendricks, Jennifer . . . 348, 349 Hendricks, Lauren . . . 252, 339 Henkel, Carl ... 308 Henning, Jay . . 370 Henning, John . . . 296 Henningsen, Kim . . . 334 Henricks, Chnstie . . . 325 Henry, David ... 186 Henry, Floyd ... 320 Henry, Sharon . . . 332 Herbstman, Jamie . . . 330 Herbstritt, Tom . . . 305 Herdman, Scott . . . 110 Herebic, Bill ... 308 Herman. Ann . . , 325 Herman, Michelle ... 328 Hermanson, Paula . . . 346 Hermansyah. Madjid . . . 186 Hermat. Cyrus . . . 252 Hernandez, Alfred . . . 186, 312 Hernandez, Barbara . . . 338 Hernandez, Carne . . . 340. 341 Hernandez. Edward . . . 186 Hernandez. Eileen ... 186 Hernandez, Eugene . . . 382 Hernandez. Flavio . . . 186 Hernandez. George ... 186, 359 Hernandez. Gladys . , 186 Hernandez, Gloria ... 38 Herold, Vanessa ... 332 Herrera. Eliazar. . . 122 Herrick, Alice ... 357 Herrick, Craig ... 186 Herrman, Scott ... 295 Herron, Marcia . . . 345 Herron, Ruth ... 187 Hershberg. Debbi ... 325 Hershorn, Jennifer . . . 337 Herson. Deanna . . . 345, 357 Herzog, Bill ... 300 Herzog, Nicole ... 328 Hess. Bradley ... 187 Hess. Rob . . . 310 Hesse, Vicki ... 330 Hewitt, Leslie ... 345 Hewlett. Dave ... 318 Heydanek, Kristin ... 100 Hickey, Pat . . . 298, 299 Hickman. David ... 252 Hickman. Edward ... 252 Hickman, Jason . . . 305 Hicks, Paul ... 122 Hiddleson, Steve ... 303 Hieges, Katie ... 334 Higa, Tami ... 284 Higgins. Warren . . . 300 Hight, Deana ... 187 Hightower. Mindy . . . 330 Higuchi, Sho . . . 316 Hikido, Kelly . . . 187, 284 Hilberman, Rebecca ... 328 Hilbert. Jim . . . 322 Hill, Leisha ... 252 Hill, Matt ... 316 Hill, Melissa ... 342 Hill, Sabrina ... 187 Hill, Vanessa ... 345 Hillis, Wendy ... 330 Hillman. Sidney . . . 187 Hilt. Jenny. .116 Hinckle. Lawrence . . . 287 Hindin, Karen . . . 187. 334 Hinds, Robert. . . 113 Hines, Henry ... 116 Hines, Kathenne-Mane . . , 252 Hinkle. Larry. 380 Hipp. Christine . 187 Hirahara. Alan ... 187 Hiramatsu, Erika. . . 380 Hiramoto, Jade. . . 364 Hirata, Stephanie ... 252 Hirohata, Joyce . . . 187 Hirose. Kathleen . . . 282, 364 Hirsch, David ... 356 Hirsch. Jennifer . . . 187 Hitt, Michele .330 Hix, Ty...l87, 316 HIavac, John ... 252 Ho, Brandon ... 187 Ho, Dons . . . 349. 357 Ho, Harel. . . 379 Ho, Helen ... 357 Ho, Kathalina. . . 368 Ho, Kathy ... 354, 382 Ho. Sharon. . . 368 Ho, Yosh ... 284 Hoang, Diemha . . . 187, 364 Hobbs, Bnan ... 318 Hobin, Katharine . . . 187. 337 Hochman, Sharon . . . 334 Hocut, John ... 299 Hoefer, Kirstin ... 187, 342 Hoefer, Knstin. . . 368 Hoegh, Erica ... 343 Hoenigman, Vince . . . 316 Hofeditz, Mac , . . 308 Hoff, John. . . 310.311 Hoffman, Julie ... 330 Hoffman, Laurel . . . 325 Hoffman, Tamara . . . 187, 337 Hoffnan, Kurt ... 187 Hofrath, Monique. . . 373 Hofstein, Amy . . . 187, 334 Hogue, Kara. . . 364 Holden. Clayton ... 287 Holden, Craig ... 187 Holl. James ... 293 Holland. Alexis . . . 187 Holland, Brad ... 103 Holley. Angeligue ... 187 Holliday. Karen ... 187 Hollingsworth, Michaela ... 187 Holman, Jessica . . . 328, 329, 448 Holmes, Gary ... 187 Holmes, Kirsten . . 252 Holmes, Pam . . . 337 Holsey, Cynthia. . . 364 Holt, Jamie ... 187 Holt. Jeffrey ... 187 Holt, Jill ... 332 Holt, Kathy ... 332 Holtzmuller, Tara . . . 346 Holzberg, Daryl .322 Holzemer. Ben . . . 354 Holzrichter. Greg ... 305 Horn, Denise ... 187 Hom, Jason . . . 357 Hom. Ryan.. 187 Hom, Susan . . . 349 Homeyer, Lynne . . . 330 Homsy, Robert ... 187 Hong. Abe . . , 357 Hong. Chae ... 103 Hong, Grace. . .369 Hong, Jean . . . 355, 357 Hong, Peter . . 283 Hong, Steve ... 188 Hoogendyk, Jill ... 325 Hooper, Adnanne ... 125 Hoorfar, Liza ... 188 Hoover, Clark ... 303 Hopkins, Shelby ... 188 Hopp, Patti ... 325 Hoppe, Ken ... 291 Horenstein, Sean ... 188 Hon. Carolyn ... 349 Horio. Asikin . .188 Horkay. Steve ... 188 Horn, Bob ... 96. 97 Horn, Nancy ... 188 Hornby, George ... 310 Hornsby, Alisha ... 252 Horsley, Shannon . . . 332 Horton, Casey . . . 303 Hosohama, Misa ... 188 Hou, Helina ... 188 Hou. Linda ... 340 Hou, Tina ... 188 House, Kanlyn . . , 340 Houston. Jennie . . . 342, 357 Houston, Kathryn . . . 337 Houston, Michelle ... 188 Hovannisian, Card ... 188 Hovelson, Cherie ... 188 Howald, Brandon ... 96 Howard, Christina . . . 345 Howard, Karen ... 325 Howard, Knsty . . , 115.342 Howard, Samantha . . . 337 Howard, Sean ... 89, 303 Howe. John . . . 316 Howell, Bob . . . 308 Howell. Laura . . . 334 Hoyt. Kathy ... 342 Hsei, Rex . . . 283 Hsi. Patncia ... 188 Hsia, Becky ... 357 Hsia, Linda ... 282 Hsiang. Jim . . . 357 Hsiao, Terence , , , 367 Hsieh, Colleen. . . 380 Hsieh. Dave ... 284 Hsieh. Eric ... 252 Hsieh. Ifang ... 188 Hsieh. Jennifer ... 188, 355, 357 Hsieh, Jimmy . . . 284. 355, 357 Hsieh, Julie ... 188 Hsieh, Winson ... 188 Hsu, Ellen ... 357 Hsu, Gracie . . . 253 Hsu, Jeff . . . 253 Hsu, Julia ... 188, 357, 364 Hsu, Li-Peng ... 253 Hsu, Linden ... 253 Hsu, Paul ... 188 Hsu, Roger ... 283 Hsu, Shih-Ying ... 188 Hsu, Tony . . . 357 Hu, James ... 188 Hu. Ling ... 357 Huang, Albert . . . 312 Huang, Clark ... 293 Huang, Dennis , . . 253 Huang, Diana . . . 355, 357 Huang, Jack . . . 357 Huang. James . . . 284 Huang, Jane . . . 188, 369 Huang, Jerry ... 188 Huang, Joan . . . 357 Huang, Kent . . . 355. 357 Huang. Linda . . . 253. 282, 357 Huang, Lucy . . . 357 Huang, Lynn . . . 357 Huang, Margaret . . . 357 Huang, Matthew . . . 357 Huang. Michael . . . 357 Huang, Nancy . . . 357 Huang, Patty. . . 364 Huang. Po-Jen . . . 357 Huang. Richard . . . 357 Huang. Steve . . . 357 Huang. Tiffany ... 188 Huang, Tom . , . 253, 366 Huang. Vicky ... 284 Huang, William . . . 355, 357 Hubbard, Scott ... 100 Hubbell, Clegg..,291,370 Huber, Bob . . 370 Hudak. Lisa ... 94, 95 Hudson, Christian . . . 295 Hudson, David . , 188. 312 Hudson, Julie . . . 337 Huerta, Cynthia ... 328 Huerto, Teresa . . . 345 HuH, Bill . . 296 Huffman, Carey. ..322 Hugfies. Darren . , 299 Hugfies, Kimberly .188 Hugfies, Lawrence . . , 253, 354 Huti, Yong Sun ... 188 Hui. Nancy . . . 354 Huidor, Antonio ... 188 Huizingh. Blair ... 293 Hull, Cathy ... 340 Hult, Matt . . . 291 Hultgren, Alex ... 293 Hummer, Michael . . . 355 Hung, Hin Leung . . . 357 Hung, Vicky ... 188 Hunley, Lisa. ..332 Hunt, Eileen ... 325 Hunt, Katy . . . 325 Hunt, Michelle ... 107 Hunt, Renee ... 126, 325 Hunter, Glen . . . 288, 305 Hunter, Lisa ... 332 Huntington, Jessica . . . 346 Huppert, Mark ... 295 Hurley, Lisa . . . 332 Hutchin, Mark . . . 303, 370 Hutchinson, Jen . . . 334 Hyde, Nadine . . . 346 Hyland, Lisa ... 332 Hyman, Michael ... 189 Hyman, Robin ... 349 Hymes, Laurie . . . 340 ladarolla, Sharon . . . 327 Ibanez, Marc . . . 283 Ibarrando. Isidro ... 109 Ibsen. Zak . . . 93 Ichishta, Kristin ... 189, 343 lchiu|i,Anne.,.189. 332, 356, 357 Ifergan, Nathalie .189 Igo, Kate ... 328 Ihlenfeldl, Jean ... 345 lino, Lisa ... 284 Ikebe, Wendy ... 189 Ikeda, Sandra ... 332 Ikemoto, Karen . . . 357 llano, Eliza. . . 373 Hie, Carolina . . . 348, 349 Hie, Veronica . . . 348 Im, Joyeon ... 189 Imamura, Peter . . . 300 Imlay, Pete ... 295 Imperato, Jeff . . . 189, 369 In. Laerence . . . 322 Inamine, Jill ... 189 Inchun, Sunsin ,189 Indes, Jeff... 316 Inouye, John . . . 284 Inouye, Keith . . . 316 Inouye, Kelly . . . 114, 115 Inha, Sharon. . . 253 Iracondo, Michael ... 189, 313 Iranpour, Kauon . . 370 Irato, John ... 189 Irish, Andy ... 316 Irvime, Georganne ... 189 Irwin, Scott ... 293 Isa, Dean . . . 189, 284 Isaacs, Taylor ... 189 Isaacson. Cristie ... 189, 330 Isaia, Sale ... 89 Isaiants, Armen ... 189 Ischayek, Ins . . . 342 Iser, Alison ... 189 Isero, Eric , , , 299 Ishigame, Hank . . 284 Ishikawa, Hiroshi . . , 253, 283 Ishikawa, Masamoto . . . 189 Ishimoto, Tricia , , . 284 Ishkanian, Armine . . . 253 Ismail, Hanifa ... 189 Ismail, Mohamed . . . 253 Itamura, Lisa . . , 189 Ito, Gary ... 315 Itskovich. Andrea ... 189 Ivsan, John ... 312 Izabal, Lori ... 189 Izuhara, Todd , . 253, 375 Jacinto, Carmen . . . 189, 340, 380 Jackel, Larry . . . 303 Jackman, Kristen . . . 189, 342 Jackson. Catherine . . . 345 Jackson, Hugh ... 308 Jackson, John , . . 289 Jackson, Sidney . . , 289 Jacobs, Brian . 89 Jacobs. Edft-ird .189 Jacobs, Rhuiicl,- , . 289 Jacobs, Shan . 338 Jacobs, Steve .322 Jacobs, Wendy . 189 Jacobsen, Jim . . . 310, 311 Jacobsen, Tncia . . . 325 Jacobson, Mane . . . 330 Jacobson. Sandy . . . 334 Jacobus, Collette ... 278 Jacobus, Collette. . . 278 Jacques, Damn . . . 253 Jaeger, Todd . . . 253 Jaffe, Aoina ... 189 Jatfe, Dave ... 303 Jai, Richard ... 357 Jam, Ran , . , 322 Jam, Ravi , . . 322 Jaio, Connie . . , 284 Jalewalia, Amy ... 105 Jamero, Gina ... 189. 284 James, Lon ... 189 James, Lybroan . . . 289 Jamison, David ... 38 Janicki, Pete ... 113 Janoyan, Dave . , . 253 Janssen, Scott . , . 189, 305 Januska, Angela . . . 345 Jao, Gail ... 357 Jaramillo, Romena ... 190 Jarasunas, Auris, . ,369 Jardmes, Knstine . . . 343 Jarman, Vanessa , . . 343 Jarvis, Julie ... 190 Jasen, Richard . . . 296 Jasper, Shane ... 89 Javurek, Manana . . . 340 Jawor, Dave . . . 303 Jaynes, Kim . , . 337 Jazayen, Pete . . . 253 Jeannie Branham. . . 364 Jefferson, Todd ... 268 Jelliffe, Laura ... 190 Jellison, Jennifer . . . 325 Jemison, Dave . . . 357 Jen, Richard . . , 190, 318 Jen, Teresa . . . 253 Jen, Tnsha ... 284 Jeng, Jackson . . . 357 Jenkins. Enc ,293 Jeon, Seok ... 190 Jeong, Joe . . . 357 Jergensen, Kira ... 98 Jester, Ian . . . 291 Jett, Shane , , , 303 Jev«eH, Jeff, .310 Jillson, Ken . . . 291 Jimenez, Ana . . . 190 Jimenez. JiH ... 190 Jimenez, Myra . . . 253 Jimenez, Teresa ... 190 Jiminez, Jason , , , 308 Jitodai, Makoto ... 283 Jo, Grace ... 282 Joe, Laurel ... 282 Joh, Sihk, .190 Johns, Chnstine ... 190 Johns, Dena ... 332 Johnson, Adnene ... 191 Johnson, Carlette . .191 Johnson, Chris . . 303 Johnson, Craig ... 313 Johnson, Dave . . . 316 Johnson, Derek . . . 295 Johnson, Douglas . . . 191 Johnson, Eric , . , 293 Johnson, Holly. . . 191 Johnson, Jams . . . 191. 356 Johnson, Jay . . . 295 Johnson, Jeff . . . 289 Johnson, Jen . . 191, 345 Johnson. Julie . . . 125, 325, 334 Johnson, Karia . , . 253 Johnson, Latreece . . . 287 Johnson, Leilani . . , 191 Johnson, Lurleen. . ,375 Johnson, Marcia . . . 191 Johnson, t oah . . . 253 Johnson, Phil ... 287 Johnson, Robyn . , . 330 Johnson, Samuel . . . 253 Johnson, Stu , . . 268, 312 Johnson, Sue . . , 343 Johnson-Mosher, Rebecca . . . 191 Johnston, Jeffery . . 370 Johnston, Leslie . . 337 Johnstone, David ... 191 Jones, Andrea. . . 368 Jones, Anthony . . . 303 Jones, Brian. ,. 191, 308 Jones, Camille ... 191 Jones, Carolyn . . . 345 Jones, Cobi ... 93, 303 Jones, Courtney . . . 343 Jones, Darcy . . , 342 Jones, David ... 289 Jones, Gregory . . . 191, 295 Jones, Ken . . . 291 Jones. Laura ... 95, 337 J ones, Michael . . . 191 Jones, Monica . . . 343 Jones. Rex . , , 191 Jones, Ruth, . . 191,337 Jones, Scott ... 295 Jongewaard, Mark ... 191 Jonker, Steve . . . 305 Jordan, Kellie ... 345 Keavner, Kristin ... 342 Jordon, Al . . 89 Kecskes, Kenneth. . .369 Jordon. Kevin ... 89 Keenan. Christopher . . . 192, 308 Joseph, Suiatha ... 191 Keene, Chns . . . 290, 310 Jou, Mike .357 Keeton, Rocen .89 Ju, Charles ... 191 Keir, Dana .93 Juang, Judy ... 357 Keith, Vanessa ... 192 Juarez, Michael ... 305 Kelleher, Jenny ... 342 Juarez, Robin ... 287 Kellenberger. Christina ... 192 Jue, Shannon ... 325 Keller, James ... 291 Jue, Tina ... 191 Keller, Jody ... 327 Juhn, Patricia ... 330 Keller, Knstin ... 337 Julian, Laurie .. . 191,373 Kellerman, Chns ...96,310 Juline, Erm...l91,334 Kelley, Peter ... 305 Jun, Hyewon. . . 364 Kelley, Shannon ... 334 Jun, Knstine ... 325 Kelly, Ben . , 310 Jung, Byron ... 191 Kelly. Brian ... 89, 310 Jung. Scott ... 293 Kelly. Elizabeth. . . 373 Jung, Si Hwa . , . 191 Kelly, Jennifer ... 346 Junkunc, Toby . . . 316 Kelly, Jon . , 89 Jurkowski, Kevin Kelly, Renee ... 107 Jwansyah, Henry . . . 253 Kelly, Tim... 110, HI Kelly, Trek ... 295 n Kelter, Joanne ... 192 III Kemp, Carol ... 193 Ken, Joe . - . 382 Kadakia, Nimish ... 191 Kendall. Kathy . , , 346 Kadkhodazadeh, Behzad ... 191 Kendall. Mike ... 308 Kaganove, Steve . . . 367 Kendig, Stephanie .100 Kagawa, Richard ... 191 Kennedy, Cameron ... 193 Kahn.Anat. . . 191 Kennedy. Diana ... 193 Kaiden, Randy ... 253 Kennedy, Jane . . . 349, 364 Kais, Sam . . . 310 Kennedy, Knsten ... 330 Kaiser, Rachel ... 346 Kennedy, Paul ... 89. 308 Kaivra, Terry ... 327 Kennedy, Shannon . . 337 Kakani. Anil . . . 356 Kenney, Lee . , . 293 Kaleb, Vanessa ... 332 Kennison, Blame . , . 193 Kali, Keone ... 100 Kenny, Beth ... 332 Kallaos. Stephen ... 191 Kenny, Carol ... 193. 330 Kalski. Knsten ... 191, 253 Kenny, Chns ... 103, 303 Kalt. Michael . . . 192, 292, 293 Kenny. Joseph . . . 193, 303 Kamah, Henry ... 318 Kenny, Sara ... 327 Kamerer. Nancy . . . 343 Kephart, Tina ... 340 Kameya, Darren . . . 253, 375 Kerendi, Freiz ... 270 Kamrath, Lynn ... 105 Kerkonan, Chnsta . . . 193, 325 Kandel, Bnan ... 318 Kerrane, Michael ... 193 Kandel, Lon ... 340 Kersee, Bob . . . 125 Kane, Michelle . . . 192, 345 Kerstine, Jeff . . . 320 Kaneko, Kristen ... 192 Kessinger, Tim . . . 320 Kang, Chns ... 253 Keswick, Scott , . . 108, 109 Kang, David ... 283 Ketchum, Kyle , , . 193 Kang, Jane ... 253 Kettwig, Dann ... 291 Kang, Joseph ... 283 Keung, Joseph . . . 193 Kang. Justin ... 192 Kevane, Marci , 327 Kangas. Charmaine ... 192 Kevin, Chu . , - 284 Kangas, Glen ... 192 Key, Jennifer . . . 254 Kangavari, Simon , . . 253 Keyler, Courtney ... 89 Kanter, Stephanie . . . 192, 332 Keys, llene . . . 193. 328 Kanlor, Shan ... 340 Kha. John .357 Kao, Allen . . . 356, 357 Khachi, Anita ,193 Kao, Michael ... 357 Khan, Oona , . . 193, 357 Kao, Wayne ... 192 Khandabi, Ladan ... 193 Kapczynski, Mark ... 300 Khedouri, Cyrus ... 305 Kapic. Dan . . . 303 Khuu, Cuone ... 357 Kaplan, Craig . . 370 Kibler, Grace ... 343 Kaplan, Gabby ... 328 Kieth, Scott Kaplan, Jenny . . . 345 Kiggens, Lisa ... 126 Kaplan, Sandy ... 192 Kilcrease, Marilyn ... 334 Kaplan, Soren ... 303 Kilduff. Bob,. 291,368 Kapoor, Ritu . . . 192 Kilgore, Kurt , , 370 Kappe. Jack ... 320 Killfoil, Kathenne , . . 193 Kapscmski, Mark ... 300 Killig, Justin ... 356 Karamdashti, Sherry, . . 379 Kilpatrick. Sean ... 300 Karaoglanyan, Sirvart ... 192 Kilthau, Olaf ... 194 Karate Club. . . 357 Kim, Alice ... 194 Karatsu, Douglas . . . 192, 318 Kim, Angela ... 194 Karlm,Ann. . . 192 Kim. Ann . . . 346 Karn, Alex ... 100 Kim. Anna ... 194 Karp. Heather ... 342 Kim, Charles ,283 Karvasek, Krista ... 327 Kim, David. , . 283 Kasameyer. Karen ... 192 Kim, Edward ,283 Kasarda, Amy ... 334 Kim, Enc , , , 254, 283 Kashian, Rob . . . 310 Kim, Enca . , , 194 Kassoy. William ... 192 Kim, Grant.. . 194,195,356,359 Kaste, Debra . . , 192, 346 Kim, He- Jung ... 357 Katebzadeh, Nooshin ... 192 Kim, Helen ... 194 Katel, Jennifer ... 192 Kim. Hui Do . . . 254 Kalo, Meredith... 192, 330 Kim. Hyon ... 194 Katof, Nicole ... 337 Kim. Jennifer ... 282 Katsuleres, Chris . . . 302, 303 Kim, Jessica . . , 194 Katsumoto, Shmsuke ... 253 Kim, Jin . . . 293 Katz, Danica ... 337 Kim, Jiyun . , . 194 Kauffman, Kelly ... 334 Kim, Joon ... 194 Kaufman, Marni . . , 192 Kim, Julie, . . 328 Kaufman. Sam ... 75, 254 Kim, Jun. . . 373 Kavnai, Ann . . . 282 Kim, June , , . 340 Kawamura, Kenneth H. ... 192 Kim, Katty , . . 254 Kawamura, Kenneth T 192 Kim. Ken ... 194 KawanoScot. .312 Kim, Keum ... 194 Kawata. Jennifer ... 282 Kim, Kyung Nam . , . 254 Kawata, Kathy ... 282 Kim, Kyung Sun . , , 194 Kay. In-Mi ... 192 Kim, Madi , , 254 Kaye, Sharon . . . 334. 356 Kim, Michael .194 Kayfetz, Sharon . . . 332, 368 Kim. Nancy ,194 Kazerani. Nazanm ... 192 Kim. Paul ... 194 Ke, Miranda ... 192 Kim. Peter Dongwook . . . 194 Kealey, Bill. ,.312 Kim. Pyung ... 194 Kealey, WiHiam , . . 192 Kim. Rob 320 Kean, Nicola ... 325 Kim, Ronald , , , 254, 300 Keane, Susie. . . 116 Kim, Seyiung ... 254 Kim, Shin Jung . , . 254 Kim, Shung , . . 194 Kim, So Yung. . . 194 Kim, Stella ... 194 Kim, Sun ... 194, 364 Kim, Thomas . . , 283 Kim, Thomas B. . . . 194 Kim, Thomas Y. . . . 194 Kim, Tina ... 194, 282 Kim, Tony , . 283 Kim, WiH,,,312 Kim, Yeongsan . . . 194 Kim, Yong . . , 254 Kim, Yoo|in ... 254 Kimball, Kate ... 342 Kimm, Daniel ... 194 Kimura, Bryan ... 194, 283 Kimura, Robyn . , . 330 Kindler, Ian . . . 305 Kindt, Kelly . . . 195. 332 King, Aileen . . .58, 195 King, Bryan , . , 195 King, Derrick ... 320 King, Josh ... 308 King, Kim . . 345 King. Rachel .345 King, Wes. .316 King, William ... 195 Kmne, Lisa , . . 195, 325 Kiraly, Kaitlyn . , , 195 Kirby, Tara ... 61 Kirchman, Lesley ... 195. 332 Kirkland, Kelli . . . 328, 364 Kirkpatnck, Gill ... 305 Kirshner, Trevor . . . 303 Kislik, Maxim , . . 195 Kissell, Jenny ... 342 Kita. Greg , . . 284 Kites, Katie ... 346 Kitmitto, Quinn . . , 328 Kieldgaard, Kipp ... 306 K|OS, Kimberley . . , 195, 337 Klatskin, Nancy , . . 195 Klaus, Kira . , . 343 Klay, Jennifer , , , 270, 277 Klein, Alanna ... 346 Klein. Danny ... 303 Klein, Kan , . , 320 Klein, Keith ... 320 Klein, Leslee , ,196, 349 Klein, Lon ... 342 Klein, Robert . . . 290, 320, 368 Klein, S. Mikaela ... 196 Kleinman, JiH ... 196 Kline, Shannon . . . 349 Klingman, An . . . 296 Klingman, David . . 296 Klock, Dolly ... 342 Klofkorn, Ann . . . 196, 332 Klor, Kim . . . 332 Kludjian. Annie . . . 196 Klump, Debi . , , 357 Knapp, Jennifer . . . 327 Knapp, Patrick ... 196 Knauf, Christopher ... 196 Knepsheild, Amy . , , 347 Knepshield, Alison . . . 346 Knepshield, Amy . . . 346 Knight, Derek . , . 123. 287 Knowles, Mark . .. 118, 119 Knowles, Rene . . . 357 Knowles, Shelley . . . 345 Knox, Angela . . . 345 Knudson, Kns . . . 332 Knudson, Mark ... 110 Kobashi. Jennifer . . . 448 Koboyashi, Steve , . . 284 Kobulnick, Sheri Keva , , . 254 Koch, Frederick ... 196 Kock, Julie ... 254 Koehler, Kathleen ... 196 , 342, 368 Koenig, Alexa . . . 255 Kolb, Chris , . . 291 Kolde, David .196 Kolde, Heather ... 327 Koliai, Mehdi ... 196 Kolker, Stacy, . . 332 Kondo, Leslie , . . 196 Kondos, Valerie , . . 106 Kong, ChingTom . . 196 Kong, Raymond . . . 196 Kontorovsky. Israel ... 196 Kopf, Jocelyne ... 196 Korbonski, Jon , , . 316 Korey, Karen , . . 196 Korn, Jeff ,.. 122 Korn, Jessica , . . 196 Korn, Richard ... 196 Korsmeier, Kamnn ... 196, 346 Kortkamp, Bret ,318 Kosaka, Denise , , . 282 Koshiyama, June . . . 196 Kosobayashi. Brian . . . 255 Kossons, Amy , . . 346 Kostich, Rob , . . 308 Kosuth. Date , . . 340 Kotalik, Kathleen ... 196 Kotamraiu, Venu . . , 255 Kou, Tony . . . 357 Kovach, Meredith . . . 345 Kovacs, James . . . 320 Kowal. Eric .196 Koyama. Debbie ... 126, 127 Koyama, Wayne . . . 300 Kozberg, Hillory ... 338 Kozdi. Matiaz , . . 100. 101 Krai. Kelly . , . 255. 338 Kramer. Corrine , . . 346 Kramer. Michelle ... 196 Krasner. Missy ... 328 Krause, Kelly . . . 345. 364 Kraut. Ten ... 196 Krauter Darcy ... 342 Kremer. Matt . . 291 Krishfield. Karen . . . 348. 349 Krishnamurlhy. Sathvic ... 61 Knstiansen. Mike ... 291 Krivosic. Sandra . . . 345 Kriwaneh. Kelly ... 255 Kroha. Katherine ... 196 Krolik. Sonya . . . 345 Kroll. Gigi , . . 196 Kromer. Kristi , . . 334. 335 Kron. Jen . . . 342 Krumplitsch. Susie ... 325 Kruse. Ron . . . 322 Kuan, Marvin . . . 284 Kubinski. Tim ... 113 Kuebler. Stephanie . . . 325 Kufus. Kim. . 373 Kuhl, Vanessa ... 325 Kuhlman, Chris .357 Kuhlman, Geoffrey ... 196 Kuhlman. Jeff . , . 93 Kuhner. Chns ... 306 Kulper. Karrie ... 342 Kulper. Kris ... 342 Kumar. McLynn. . . 373 Kung. Jenny ... 195 Kunimitsu. Janis . . . 327 Kunkel. Margaret ... 342 Kuo. MuChing ... 196 Kuo. Phil ... 315 Kuo. Tsuann . . . 197 Kupferman. Maria . . . 346 Kuramoto. Man ... 282 Kuramoto. Michelle . . . 282. 373 Kunmai, Dennis . . . 318 Kurtz. Compton . . . 315. 317 Kushner. Andrea . . . 354, 345 Kutler, Dan. .. 100 Kwan, Alan ... 283 Kwan. Christie. . . 373 Kwan. Delon ... 197 Kwan. Karen . . . 197, 332. 357 Kwan. Kevin ... 320 Kwan. MeHyee ... 197 Kwan. Pnscilla . . . 255, 282 Kwok, Donna ... 197 Kwon. Joyce. . .364 Kwong. Chiu-Kit ... 197 Kwong, Ryan . . . 357 Kysella. Bill ... 354 Kysella. William .197 La Buda. Tommy . . . 303 La Casse, Stefan ... 303 La Roque. Jennifer . . . 346 La. Helen ... 197 La. John ... 283 La. Le . . . 197 La. Wonchang ... 255 Laaly, Kourosh ... 197 Lacerte. Arianne .197 LaChapelle. Sean ... 89. 91 Lacrosse. . . 370 Lacy. Mark ... 197 Lafaurie. Yoli. . . 373 Lafkas. Mike ... 318 Lafranchie. Debbie . . . 337 Lagumbay. Suzette ... 197 Lahti, Ryan ... 197 Lai, Josephine . . . 197. 357, 364 Lai, Larry . . . 355. 357 Lai, Linda . . . 255. 357 Lai, Lisa . . . 255. 357 Laitin. Linda ... 197 Lakeotes. Chen ... 325 Lakon. Cynthia ... 197 Lakritz, Barry ... 308 Lam, Carmen , . . 197 Lam, Danthanh ... 255 Lam, David ... 197 Lam, Hao . . . 255 Lam, Hok . . . 197 Lam. Jimmy . . . 357 Lam. Lydia . . . 357 Lamb. Cathenne . . . 255 Lambert. Dion ... 89 Lambert. Jeff . . . 291 Lambert. Mia ... 95 Lambrose. Katherine ... 197 Lamensdorf. Jonathon . . . 320 Lampe. Nikki . . . 342 Lancaster. Skip , . . 308 Lanctot. Michelle ... 342 Landauer. Michael ... 197 Lander. Telicia . . . 197 Landis. Sarah . , . 327 Landry. Dan ... 110. Ill Landswick, Erik . . . 255 Lane. Chris ... 293 Lane. Claire . . . 343 Lane. Nathan ... 320 Lang. Knstin . . . 197. 349 Lang, Mark. .197 Lange. Alison . . . 346 Langer, Christine ... 197. 342 Langkammer, Jason . . . 318 Langley. Brad ... 109 Lanier, Mike . . , 103 Lanni. Tayt ... 93 Lansdorl. Adam , . . 303 Lantz. Steve ... 312 Lanzone. Jim . . . 320 Laparan, Lorna . . . 197. 375 LaPierre. Carolyn ... 197 Lapin. Andy . . . 275. 299 Lapper. Mark ... 93 Lappin. Lauri ... 197. 369 LaOauy. Chris ... 122 Lardizabal. Janel . . . 330 LaRocca, Tim . . . 320 Larose. Chad ... 89 Larsen. Craig . . . 310 Larsen, Jeff . . . 303 Larsen, Mark ... 197 Larson, Bob. . .98, 123 Larson, Danelle . , . 325 Larson, Karen . . . 348. 349 Lasan. Roberta ... 198 Lascano. Ruby. . . 198. 375 Lash, Christopher ... 198 Lasko. Stacey ... 325 Lasley. Malla ... 100 Lassalette. Tom . . . 89 Lassiter, Amy , . 330 Lattimer. Elizabeth , . . 198. 325 Lau. Alice ... 198 Lau. Eric ... 284 Lau. Johnie . . 354 Lau. Lisa. . .364 Lau. Mike ... 284 Lau. Sandra . . . 255. 282, 364 Lau, Warren . . . 284. 357 Lauber. Martin , , . 308. 309, 368 Laudencia, Antoinette. . ,375 Lauer. Brittany , , . 332. 364 Laurence. Andrea , . . 345 Laurence. Richard , . . 448 Lavacude. Soraya .198 Lavelle, Nora ... 340 Law, Wendy ... 349 Lawhorn, Kim . . . 89, 91 Lawrence. Denise ... 198, 328, 356 Lawrence, Kelly. . . 198. 342 Lawrence. Kristen . . . 256. 345 Lawrence. Patricia . . . 256. 343 Lawson, London . . . 299 Laxton. Laurie. . . 373 Layba, Mina. . .375 Lazarovici. Nadia . . . 345 Le, Kenny . . . 315 Le, Nina ... 256 Le. Phi-Oanh ... 256 Le, Thien ... 256 Leadbetter, Traci . . . 337 Leahy, Brad ... 316 Leake, Brett. . . 316 Leake, Heather ... 332 Leary. Carrie ... 126 Lebens. Michael ... 198 LeBlanc, Laura. ,198 Lechtman. Arthur ... 198 LeCompte. Lance ... 198 Ledesma. Tom ... 315 Lee Jeff . . . 312 Lee, Albert ... 255 Lee. Alex ... 357 Lee, Alexander , . . 256 Lee, Alice ... 256 Lee, Amy . . . 256 Lee, Andrea ... 124 Lee, Anthony ... 283 Lee. Benedict ... 198 Lee, Betty ... 354 Lee, Candy ... 284 Lee, Carol... 198, 381 Lee, Cason ... 256 Lee, Chris . . . 305. 310 Lee, Christopher . . . 357 Lee, Daniel ... 198 Lee. Dave . . . 357 Lee. Elisabeth, , . 373 Lee. Elizabeth ... 282 Lee. George . . . 283 Lee. Gina... 198.324. 325 Lee. Helena ... 198 Lee. Janet . . . 282. 349 Lee, Jay . , . 283 Lee, Jean ... 198, 282 Lee, Jennifer . . . 198. 282, 346 Lee, Jerry. . . 198 Lee, Jimin . . . 198. 282 Lee. Jina ... 198 Lee, Joann ... 282 Lee. Jocelyn. . . 198, 356 Lee. Jonathan ... 198 Lee, Joni ... 198 Lee, Joot ... 198 Lee. Jorge . . . 357 Lee, Judy ... 256 Lee, Kelli ... 198 Lee, Kwan ... 198 Lee, Kwang ... 198 Lee, Leo . . . 299 Lee, Leslie ... 199 Lee, Lily ... 325 Lee. Linda ... 199 Lee. Linda C. , , . 199 Lee. Mandy ... 199 Lee, Mercedes , . . 199. 200, 286, 356 Lee. Michael , . 199, 357 Lee, Mike . . . 199. 305 Lee. Nancy ... 199, 282 Lee, Patricia ... 256 Lee, Paul . . . 293. 312 Lee, Risa ... 325 Lee. Roger ... 199 Lee. Rosa ... 199 Lee. Samantha ... 284 Lee. Samuel ... 199 Lee, Sandra . . , 345. 346 Lee, Sarah . . . 340, 368 Lee, Shirley. . .364 Lee, Shrina ... 340 Lee. Shu-Fen ... 199 Lee, Steve . . . 199, 359 Lee, Steve. . , 359 Lee, Steven . . 370 Lee. Steven L. , , . 199 Lee. Steven T, ... 199 Lee. Sue- Jean . . . 349 Lee. SunYong ... 199 Lee. Susan . , . 349. 359 Lee. Tony ... 284 Lee. Wen , , . 357. 373 Lee. Wen-Fang ... 199 Lee. Wen. . . 373 Lee, Woodrow ... 256 Lee, Woo)in . , . 256 Lee, YoonK .199 Lee, Young. . . 199 Leeds, Steve ... 320 Leek, Derek ... 293 Leek, Joey ... 293 Leemon, Diana . . . 327 Leeper, Amy . . . 382 Leerhuber, Brian . . . 256 Lehman. Gwen . . . 100 Lehner. Rob . . . 300 Lei, Elaine . . . 357 Lei, Tony ... 199 Leidich. Kerry . . 199 Lembach. Aimee . . . 330 Lemelle. Julia ... 199 Lempnere. Erin . . , 330 Lemus Miriela ... 199 Lemus. Albert . . . 199 Lemus, Gerrie . . . 199 Lena. Lucie ... 199 Lenahan. Mike . . . 320 Lengua. Anita . . . 345 Lenihan, Bill , . 96, 306, 307 LeNormand, Nancee. . .369 Leo. Liz . . . 346 Leon, Cyrena ... 199 Leon, David ... 296 Leonard. Maria . . . 340. 364 Leonard. Michael . . . 315 Leonardo. Zeus . . . 257, 375 Leong, Marissa ... 199 Leonido. Victoria. . .375 Leopold, Bart ... 316 Lerer. Dave ... 284 LeSieur. Mike ... 96 Leslie. Eileen ... 199 Leslie. Scott, . . 110, 308 Lespron, Judy ... 199 Letendre, Dana ... 312 LeTourneau. Michelle . . . 334 Leung. Brian ... 283 Leung, Herman . . . 283 Leung, Phoebe ... 200 Leung, Wai Len . . . 357 Leuthold, Sara . . . 257, 354 Lev, Jamie . . . 305 Levering, Lori . . . 200, 342 Levicki-lavi, Lara. . . 372 Levin, Cherie . . . 200, 328 Levin, David. . .375 Levin, Rachel ... 328 Levin, Steph ... 337 Levine, Liz . . . 337 Levine, Scott ... 200 Levy. Guy . . . 320 Levy, Hallie ... 343 Lew. Debra . . . 257 Lew, Julia ... 325 Lew, Robert . . . 355 Lew. Steve . . . 355, 357 Lew, Tony ... 200 Lewellen. Vicki. . .369 Lewin, Jenna . . . 334 Lewis. Brian . . . 200 Lewis. Debbie . . . 343 Lewis, Erica . . . 328 Lewis. Gina . . . 287, 380 Lewis, Kendall ... 257 Lewis. Kimberly . . . 200. 343 Lewis, Kimberly M. . . . 200 Lewis, Mike ... 112. 113,310 Lewis, Patricia , , , 200 Lewis, Sean ... 291 Lewis, Soma . . . 200. 356 Leyva. Joe . . . 201 Li, Charles ... 201 Li, Danny . . . 357 Li, Frank K. . . . 257 Li, Jenny ... 332 Li. Lawrence . . . 201 Li. Li-Hsin ... 201 Li. Wendy ... 357 Liang. Corina , . . 357 Liao. Hovey . . . 357 Liao, Leon . . . 355 Liao, Maria ... 282 Liao. YuhKong ... 357 Liau, James . . . 357 Licker. Suzanne . , . 349 Lidl. Bruce ... 382 Lieberman, Julie . . . 337 Lieberman, Nicole . . . 325 Liem, Robert . . . 357 Lien, Tom . . . 357 Liftman, Michelle ... 201 Lighttoot, Daniel ... 201 Lim. Adoria . . . 340 Lim, Alice ... 201 Lim, Andrew ... 201 Lim. Leanette. . .375 Lim, Young. . . 201.384 Lin, Abby . . . 257, 282 Lin, Alice ... 357 Lin, Andrew . . . 201 Lin. Daisy ... 382 Lin. David ... 283 Lin, Donald ... 284 Lin, Donny . . . 357 Lin, Elizabeth ... 201 Lin. Jenny . . . 448 Lin. Jensen . . . 257 Lin. Jonathan . . . 357 Lin. Josephine . . . 201 Lin. Julia. . . 372 Lin. Ku-Feng . . . 357 Lin. Michael ... 257 Lin, Richard ... 201 Lin, Sandy . . . 355, 357 Lin, Teresa ... 201 Lin. Tony K. . . . 257 Lind. Kate ... 334 Lindauer. Kan ... 328 Linden, Chris ... 303 Linden, Scot ... 201 Linden, Tate ... 257 Linderman. Tobi . . . 295 Lindquist. Erik . . . 320, 357 Lindsay, Tim ... 113 Lindsey, Coby ... 310 Lindzy, Jessica . . . 346 Lindzy, Michele . . . 337 Ling. Ho . . . 201 Lmg. Mary . . , 357 Lingle, Stelanie ... 330 Lingo, Lisa , . . 324, 325 Linker, Dana . . . 328 Linn, Holly ... 327 Linn. Mike ... 89 Linn, Terri . . . 340 Linnecke. Marl. . . . 305 Linstrot, Felicia ... 201 Linszky. Csaba , , , 448 Linthorst, Tom . . . 299 Lipkin. Julie . . . 328 Lipoff. Michelle ... 332 Lippman. Julie . . . 334 Lipps, Julie . . . 346 Lipscomb, Brad . . . 306 Using. Christian. . . 201. 257. 375 Liskey. Mike . . . 312 Litch, Erich ... 303 Little. Ken ... 96 Littleton, Nkosi ... 89 Littrell, James ... 201 Liu, Alice ... 201 Liu. Allison . . . 357 Liu. Anmnie . . . 357 Liu, Ching-I ... 357 Liu, Jennifer. . .364 Liu, Joey ... 257 Liu. Kenny . . . 357 Liu, Paul . . . 284, 357 Liu, Richard. . . 372 Liu, Thomas . . . 357 Liu, Yvonne . . . 257, 357 Llamado, Hazel, . . 372 Llanillo. Maria. . . 373 Llosa, Manano . . . 201 Lo. Kathy. . .369 Lo. Marco ... 201 Lo. Richard ... 257 Lo. Sharon ... 257 Loadman. Renee . . . 337 LoBello, Sabrina ... 201 Lockhart. Detra ... 104 Lockwood, Bnan ... 89 Lodenquai. James , . . 284 Loeerasingh, Arusha. . . 201 Loeffler, Jodi ... 328 Loeffler, Lissa ... 330 Loepold.Bart ... 328 Lofft, Kimberly ... 100, 328 Lof holm, Kimberly . . .201, 373 Lofstrom, Tara . . . 337 Loh, Steve . . . 257, 300 Lohman, Chns. .. 113, 305 Lohman, Nora . . . 201 Lohora, Silvia ... 201 Lohr, Joady ... 201 Loizeaux. Sarah . . .364 Lok, Katherine . . . 357 Lombardi. Chris . . . 257 Lombardini. Bill ... 320 Lombardo, Tano . . . 299 Lomeli. Rosaisela ... 201 Lomeh. Stacy ... 201 Loncar, Alicia . . . 202, 342 Lonergan, Erin . . . 202 Long, Melanie ... 202 Longhurst, Sandra . . . 202 Longstreet. Debbie . . . 330 Loo. Allison ... 327 Loo. Stacie ... 284 Look, Michelle . . . 202, 364 Lopas, Matt . . . 318 Lopez, Ariene. . .375 Lopez, Carmen ... 202 Lopez, Danny . . . 276 Lopez, Manny . . . 305 Lopez. Marvin . . . 202 Lopez, Minna. . .375 Lopez. Monica . . . 257 Lorda, Stephanie . . . 327 Lorentzen. Leanne . . . 342 Lorenzo. Randy . . . 257 Loss. Elizabeth ... 257 Lotz, Stephanie ... 202 Lou, Albert . . 357 Louie, Jams . . . 284, 364 Louie, Kevin . . . 284 Louie, Lisa ... 202 Louie. Manda ... 282 Louie. Michael ... 202 Louischaroen, Orapan . . . 202 Love. Reginald ... 287 Lovell, Julie ... 325 Low, Eric ... 295 Low. Julie ... 284 Low, Rodger. . .369 Low, Wendy . . . 357 Lowder, Monet . . . 332 Lowe, Brian ... 202 Lowis, Alan ... 202 Loya, Alma ... 257 Loyola, Mana . . . 202, 332 Lu, Alan Ei-lun . . . 357 Lu, Alex ... 202 Lu, Andrew ... 283 Lu, Bir . . . 330 Lu. Danny ... 257 Lu, Sabrina ... 202 Lua, Ralph ... 257 Luboff, Lisa ... 202 Lucas, Jonathan . . . 300 Lucas. Kristine . . . 327, 368 Luce, Steve ... 96. 310 Luce. Vicky. . . 381 Luce. Victona ... 202 Lucero, Darnck . . . 310 Lum, Rodney ... 202 Luna. Anthony ... 308 Luna, Michelle ... 257 Lundin. Dan . . . 308 Lundquist. Carolyn . . . 340 Lundquist, Steve. ..336 Lundwall, Jeff . . . 291 Luner, Suzie ... 328 Lunianski, Rachel . . . 328 Luong, Kevin ... 202 Lupi. Eva ... 100 Lutes. Hayley . . . 334 Lyall. Renee ... 343 Lynch. Andrew . . . 308 Lynch, George . . . 291 Lynch, Scott . . . 202, 299 Lynch, Shannon . . . 202. 342 Lynch, Zachary . . . 257 Lynn, Jolie . . . 343 Lyons, Damion ... 89 Lyons, George ... 202 Lyons. Jennifer . . . 354 Lyons. Mark ... 202 Lysholm. Katie. , . 373 IQ- Ma, Calvin ... 202 Ma, James . . . 357 Ma, Lisa ... 357 Ma. Lisa Li-Jen ... 202 Ma. Lora ... 282 Maas. Brian ... 257 Maaseide. Bjorn ... 110 Mabvni. Michele ... 202 Macaisa, Celeste ... 202 Macala. Gerald ... 203 Macalmtal. Diana , . 356 MacArthur, Amber . , . 349. 364 Macasaet. Imelda . . . 203 MacCauley. Steve. . .369 Macchia. Laura . . . 203 MacDonald. Kathenne . . . 334. 335 MacDonald. Kristin . . . 345 Macti, Richard ... 357 Machicao. Andre . . . 316, 317 Macias. Albert ... 257 Macias, Antonio . . . 289 Mack. Ben . . . 293 Mack, Liz . . . 325 Mackay. Andrea . . . 357 MacKenzie, Matt . . . 303 Mackey, Bonnie . . . 203. 327 Mackey, Mike . . . 310 Macklin. Cindy ... 448 MacNeiL Spencer . . . 202 Macone, Kristin . . . 203, 373 Madaras, Area . . . 203 Madden, Margaret . . . 203, 349 Madden, Odile ... 327 Maddox. Tommy ... 24, 89, 90 Madkins, Gerald ... 103 Madrano, Ctiristy. . . 366 Madsen, Kara . . . 325 Maeda, Brian . . . 318 Maeda, Stacy ... 284 Maelzer, Pam . . . 340 Magana, John . . . 257 Maggioncalda, Greg . . . 257 Magiso, Pete ... 305 Magnan, Beth . . . 203, 346 Magno. Teresa. . .375 Magpayo, Tina . . . 325 Magtaas, Gary. . .375 Magturo, Michael . . . 257. 375 Mahadevan, Uma . . . 203, 382 Maher. Staci. . . 368 Mahnke, Becket . . . 312 Mahoney. Lisa . . . 203 Mahoney. Matt . . . 295 Mahoney, Patrick ... 203 Mailman, Dave . . . 306, 307 Maiman. Marc . . . 292. 293 Major, Liz . . . 343 Mak. Jane ... 203 Makely, Andrea . . , 343 Makely, Marianne . . . 343 Malcolm, Paige . , . 286 Maid, Liseanne . . . 343 Maleski, Stash . . . 306, 370 Malibiran, Lora . . . 338 Malik, A|ay ... 448 Mallari, Margarita ... 203 Mallari, Maria ... 203 Mallett, Phyllis ... 203 Mallory, Stacy . . . 240, 330 Mallory, Suzanne . . . 204 Mallos, Diane ... 342 Malone. James . . .89.91. 204 Malone, Patrice . . . 334 Maltzman. Alicia . . . 334 Mamet, Noah ... 295 Mamiya, Kyle ... 291 Manalang. Anna. . 373 Manavi, Roya . . . 204 Manchester. Caren . . . 342 Mandani, Cameron . . . 306 Manese. Caren . . . 357 Manger, Heidi . . . 258, 337 Manibog, Arlene . . . 204 Manion. Mark ... 204 Manion. Megan . . . 342, 368 Manlapaz. Erwin. . ,375 Mann. Chris ... 100 Mann, Joseph . . . 296 Manning, Gregorv . - ■ 258 Manning. Kelley . . . 204 Manning, Tanya . . . 258 Mannsfeld. Boris ... 204 Manosca, Mabel . . . 204 Manson. Chris . . . 308 Mansour, Anthony . . . 310 Manuel, Leslie . . . 345 Manzano, Leander . . . 283, 375 Mao, Nancy . . . 204. 282 Mao, Wei . . . 299 Mao, Yvonne . . . 258 Mar, Sabrina ... 282 Marcos, Lisa. . 373 Marcus. Jennifer . . . 204 Marec, Bill ... 322 Marek, Donald . . . 204, 294, 295 Marese, Caren . . . 204 Margolis, Geoffrey . . . 204 Margulies, Maria . . . 330 H larholev, Christer ... 258 Mark. Dore ... 354 Markshausen. Katie . . . 334 Marler. Erin. . ,364 l arn. Jure . . . 367 Marolda, Frank . . . 303 Marquardt. Brad . . 305 Marquart, Casie . , . 337 fVlarquette, Darryl ... 289 Marquez, Letisia . . . 340, 379 Marquez. Marlon , . . 204 Marquez, Noemi . . . 258 Marquez, Veronica . . . 204, 330 Marquez. Yolman , . . 204 Marra. Kimberly . . . 204 Marrama. Lisa . . . 204 Marrero, Michael . . . 204, 295, 308, 309 Marshall. Jack ... 303 Martellino, Robert ... 204 Martenson, Jill . . . 204, 334 Marti, Bibi ... 346 Martin, Billy. . . 119 Martin, Danette. . .363 Martin, Darnck ... 103 Martin. Dave ... 303 Martin, Elizabeth . . . 332, 333, 357 Martin, Kim . . . 100 Martin, Linda ... 330 Martin, Mike ... 312 Martinez. Alex ... 308 Martinez. Art . .. 312, 313 Martinez, Biandi ... 258 Martinez. Deanna . . . 204 Martinez. Hugo ... 320 Martinez. Maria Elena . . . 204 Martinez. Monica . . . 204 Martinez, Nicholas . . . 204, 315 Martinez, Rosa ... 258 Martini. Pietro ... 204 Martino, Maggy . . . 204 Martins, Mark ... 204 Martinson, Ella . . . 337 Marton, Eric . . 370 Maruyama. Atsuko . . . 204 Mascarenhas, Michelle . . . 258 Mascio, Kristin . . . 325 Mason, Debra . . . 205 Mason, James . . . 322 Mason. San . . . 103 Mason, Tempe . . . 337 Massey, Chris . . . 126,278 Massey, Scott ... 291 Masters. Nancy . . . 337 Masuda. Masako . . . 258 Masuda, Michelle ... 205 Masuno, Meg. . .364 Masuo, Nora . . . 205, 284 Mata, Robert. . .98, 122 Mateer, Kristy ... 327 Mates, Julia ... 334 Matheson, Tracy . . . 334 IVlathews, Eryka. . .364 Mathiason. Ron . . . 313, 357 Mathiesen, Michele . . . 337 Mathiowetz, Elizabeth . . . 205 Mathis, Amy ... 448 Mathisen, Neal . . . 318, 319 Mathison, Cindy . . . 342 Matias. Barbara . . . 205 Matibag, Carolyn. . .375 Matityahu, Amir . . . 316, 370 Matlock. Debra ... 205 Matlof, Jason ... 320 Matson, Elaine , . . 325 Matsubayashi, Craig . . . 205 Matsumoto, DoriAnne . . . 205 Matsumoto, June . . . 205, 284 Matsumoto, Sandra . . . 330 Matsumura. Ken|i . . . 206 Matsumura. Lance . . . 284 Matsunaga, Mayumi . . . 282 Matsuno. Miwa . . , 284 Matsuura. Julie . . . 206 Mattenson, Lauri , . 328 Matterre, Dawnielle , .364 Mattes, Carolyn . . . 345 Matthews, Angela ... 206 Matthews, Daran ... 89 Matthews, Sandra ... 206 Matthews, Scott . . 370 Matuszak. Matthew ... 206 Mauro, Greg ... 308 Mavar, Jason . . . 320 Mavity, Yolande ... 107 Maxey, Tara . . . 342 Maxheimer, Lori . . . 346 Maxwell, Nichole ... 206 Maxwell. Terry . . . 206 Mayeda, Stacy , . . 345 Mayemura, Robin . . . 346 Mayer, Nancy . . . 337 Mayer, Patty. . . 373 Mayerson, Leah . . . 328 Mayesh, Flora ... 206 Mayfield, Ross . . 370 Mayle, Teryn . . . 337 Mayo, Eric ... 284. 375 Mayo, Jen . . . 332 Mazer, Matt. . .363 Mazon, Bryan . . . 312 Mcadam. Susanne . . . 357 McAlister. Matt . . 310 McArthur. Anderson ... 122 McAteer, Todd ... 258 McBride, Ryan .296 McCaffrey, Gabriel ... 299 McCain, Scott ... 318 McCalla, Iwalani . .. 116, 117 McCandles, Laura . . . 206. 342 McCann, John ... 291 McCann, Maria . . . 337 McCannon. Mark ... 288 McCarren, Megan . . . 346 McCarron. Wendy . . . 343 McCarthy, Anna . . . 206, 330 McCarthy, Christine ... 346 McCarthy. Elly ... 337 McCarthy. Marcia ... 340 McCarthy. Mike ... 310 McCarty. Carrie ... 343 McClave. Andry ... 89 McClellan, Lydia ... 206 McCloud, Holly ... 206 McClure, Kevin ... 308 McColgan. Charles ... 206 McCollom, Catherine . . . 338 McCollum, Melissa ... 337 McConnaughey, Douglas . . . 206 McCormick, Celia ... 206 McCormick, Steve . . . 303 McCormick, Tobb ... 305 McCornock, Alyssa . . . 342 McCoy, Elena ... 327 McCoy. Thomas . . . 206, 318 McCrae, Derek ... 206 McCreary, Mark . . . 354 McCue, Megan ... 206 McDermid, Lisa. . . 334 McDermott, Vanessa ... 206 McDonald, Ann . . . 327 McDonald. John ... 206 McEachron. Suzanne . . . 206 McElliot. Jennifer. . . 368 McElliott. Jenn ... 334 McElroy, Alejandro . . . 313 McEvoy, Michelle . . . 206. 369 McFarland, Tern ... 327 McGehee, Inja . . . 325 McGinley. Bill ... 308 McGinn. Stephanie . . . 337 McGinnis. Shawn . . . 107. 206 McGivern, Ted ... 315 McGlinn, Mike ... 291 McGrath, Kenneth ... 206 McGraw, Bernard ... 295 McGrew. Stacy ... 337 McGuire. Ryan ... 113 McHugh, David ... 206 Mclntee. Shannon . . . 340 Mclntire, Katie ... 332 McKee, Heather ... 342 McKinney. Brandon . . . 293 McKinney. Shawn . . . 258, 332 McKinster, Davm ... 327 Mcknight, Mark ... 310 McLaughlin, Patrick ... 206 McLaughlin, Pete ... 308 McLean, Ann . . . 206 McLean. Don . . . 103 McMahon, Oebi ... 343 McMichael, Kristi ... 334 McMunn. Anne . . . 206 McMurtry, Tracy . . . 345 McNairy. Monica . . . 206 McNally. Aaron ... 206 McNamara Brian ... 310 McNamara. Erin . . . 342 McNicholas, Matt . . . 278 McNiff, Steven ... 207 McNitt. Sophie ... 346 McPeak, Holly ... 94, 95 McPhee. Rob . . . 291 McPherson. Ton . . . 342 McPherson. Pat . . . 89 McQueen, Kim . . . 342 Meade, Jill ... 343 Mears, Patty ... 342 Mecias. Alex ... 291 Medina. Dave ... 308 Medina, Helen . . . 357 Medina, Rand . . 370 Medina. William . . . 207, 354 Medran, Christy. . . 380 Medrano, Christy ... 258 Meeder, Karen . . . 207 Meehan. Jen . . . 336, 337 Meek, Kelly ... 345 Mehigan, Corrine . . . 337 Mehta. Reshma. . .364 Mehta. Sunil ... 207 Meier. Hank ... 296 Meier. Joanne . . . 349 Meier. Lisa . . . 349 Meighan. Patrick . . . 258. 270, 277, 278 Meigs, Charisse ... 286 Meisels, Michelle ... 207 Meixel, Gay . . . 207, 325 Mejia, Crisanda . . . 207 Melamed. Oleg ... 207 Melik-Abrahamian, Frednck . . . 207 Melkonian. Arda ... 207 Melnick. Marci . . . 342 Melton. Bill . . 308 Memmert. Markus . . . 258 Mendall, Albert ... 258 Mende, Jeremy . . . 207, 316 Mendez, Tncia . . . 373 Mendoza. Arthur . . . 207, 258 Mendoza, Joel. . .375 Mendoza, Jose . . . 283 Mendoza, Marco . . . 316 Mendoza, Patricia . . . 207 Menor, Sherry . . . 340, 364 Menotti, Corey . . . 305 Meraz, Angel ... 207 Mercado, Ariel. . .375 Merchant, Amy . . . 332 Mercier, Lorraine . . . 207 Mereness, Rashel . . . 327 Merrill. John ... 207 Mescavage. Susan . . . 345 Meserve. Donald . . . 207 Messaye, Wonde ... 288 Messersmith. Amy . . . 342 Messina. Bob . . . 98, 99 Messina, Vince . . . 293 Mette. Adrienne . . . 207 Metz, Kelly ... 334 Mew, Alicia . . . 345, 354 Mewes, Jennifer . . . 207, 332 Meyer, Bill. . . 122 Meyer, Chuck ... 308 Meyer. Jeanne . . . 207. 334 Meyer. Matt . . . 310 Meyer. Tanya . . . 340.341 Meyer. William ... 207 Meyerhotf, Leslea . . . 354 Meyers. Ben . . . 207, 298, 299, 305 Meyers, Craig ... 207 Meyers. Jack . . . 306 Meza, Christina. . .364 Michael, Stephen ... 207 Michael, Yukiko ... 328 Michaelsen. Tina . . . 330 Mick, Sharon. . . 373 Mickel, Amy . . . 334 Mickel, Tim . . . 310 Middlebrook, Lisa . . . 354 Middleton, Brett ... 310 Miguel, Gemma . . . 207 Miguel. Michelle. . .364 Mikkelson, Monika. . . 366 Milgatter. Boaz ... 269 Milholland, Allegra...ll6, 117 Millar, Deborah ... 207 Miller, Carolyn ... 337 Miller, Carrie ... 327 Miller. Dede ... 337 Miller. Emily .337 Miller. Erika . . . 328, 329, 448 Miller, Jennifer . . . 357 Miller. JoAnna ... 207 Miller. Julie ... 207 Miller. Kim . . 258. 343 Miller. Lam ... 208 Miller, Laura ... 342 Miller. Scott ... 89, 90 Miller. Steve ... 208 Miller. Tim . . . 293 Miller, Tracey. . .364 Miller, Ty . . . 93, 305 Miller, Wendy ... 334 Millet. Tracie , . . 124, 125 Millett. David .208 Mills. Christopher ... 208 Mills, Heather ... 332 Mills, Jeffrey . . . 258, 274 Mills, Johanna . . . 208, 258 Mills, Tom . . 318 Milner, Wady ... 346 Milotich, Kristy ... 327 Miltner, Bryon . . 370 Mm, Byung ... 258 Minasian, Gayane . . . 208 Minden. Michael . . . 208, 320 Minden. Scott ... 320 Mingst, Chnssy . . . 346 Mingura, Jessica . . . 337 Minkus. David ... 208 Minkus. Davis ... 300 Mino. Sarah . . . 345 Minor, Nicole ... 100, 343 Minor, Scott .208 Miquel. Michelle . . . 327 Miramontes. Gus . . . 318 Miranda, Anthony . . . 322 Miranda. Darius . . . 258 Miranda, Denise. . .364 Miranda, Mel . . . 258 Miranti. Anthony . . . 316 Mirza. Allison . . . 208, 346 Miskinnis, Nichelle . . . 208, 332 Missaelian. Varoujan . . . 208 Mistry, Ketna . . . 208, 357 Mitchell, Jeffrey ... 208 Mitchell. Karen ... 325 Mitchell, Marsha ... 287 Mitchell, Matthew ... 258 Mitchell, Rana ... 337 Mitchell, Rob . . . 310 Mitchum, Spence . . . 208 Mittelman, Michale ... 296 Mittenhuber. Greg . . . 258 Miura, Chiaki ... 282 Miyaii, Sachico . . 258 Miyamoto. Dawn . . . 349 Miyao. Cheryle . . . 357 Mizote, Linda. . . 373 Mo. Elaine. . .364 Mo, Frankie . . . 274 Moberly, Darren ... 208 Moc, Sly-Vay ... 357 Mocen, Alana . . . 208, 337, 368 Mochizuki, Jon . . . 208 Mode. Joe . . . 272 Mody, Aweer , , . 354 Moen, Steven . . . 208, 316 Mottatt. Kimberly . . . 287, 357 Mohaier, Pouya ... 299 Mobile, Debi ... 328 Molina, Alex ... 289 Molnar. Arpod . . . 308 Molnar. Thomas ... 208 Moloney. Kym . . . 357 Momsen, Chris . . . 291 Moncera. Haidee . . . 258. 375 Mondragod, Gustavo . . . 258 Money. Stacey. . 368 Moneymaker. Ann Mane . . . 208 Monigal. Shannon . . . 337 Monke. Steven . . . 208, 318 Monleleona, Anna . . . 208 Monroe, Celeste . . . 258, 382 Monroe. Chris . . . 126 Monserratt. Lloyd ... 75 Monshan, Barbie . . . 332 Montalvo. Louise . . . 320 Montalvo. Reggie . . . 328 Montes. Mayda ... 258 Monies. Renae ... 208 Montgomery. Jeff . . . 306 Montgomery, Michelle . . . 208 Monhlla. Jonathan . . . 208, 375 Montna, Nicole ... 208 Monty, Chnstopher , . . 208 Moody. John ... 316 Moody. Liz . . . 337 Moody. Mike ... 308 Moon. Otis ... 287 Moore. Andy . . . 303 Moore, Becca . . . 325 Moore, Billie ... 105 Moore, Calandra . . . 208 Moore. Clint. . . 366 Moore, Jacky . . . 330 Moore. Jaime . . . 208, 273, 275, 298, 299 Moore, Jason . . . 308 Moore. Jeanie. . .364 Moore, Joe-Max ... 93 Moore. Julie . , . 345 Moore. Kelly ... 343 Moore. Malma ... 209 Moore. Michael . . .89, 113 Moore, Reggie ... 89 Moore, Susie . . . 332 Moorehead. Gail. . .369 Moorjani, Minal. . . 379 Mopera, Bonian . . . 209 Morais, Stephen . . . 320 Morales, Cherise . . . 345 Morales, David ... 299 Morales, Ronni . . . 209. 342 Morcos. Irene . . . 259 Morehead John . . . 296 Morehouse. Jason . . . 318 Moreno, John ... 209 Moreno. Margie . . . 343 Moreno. Vicki . . . 345 Morgan. Emily . . . 325 Morgan, Lisa , . . 346 Morgan, Tracy . . . 259 Morhiro, Danny . . . 296 Mori. David . . 209 Morikawa. Greg . . . 300 Monmoto, Jan . . . 284 Monmoto, Lance . . . 284 Monn. Monique . . . 330, 448 Morissey, Ed . . . 293 Moriyama. Takeshi . . . 209 Morley. Bruce ... 209 Morr, Tama ... 342 Morris, Daniel ... 209 Morris, Erik . . . 316. 317 Morris. Jason ... 209 Morris. Sandy . . . 342 Morrison. Andy . . . 295 Morrison. Jaime . . . 340 Morse. Joe . . . 318 Mortar Board. . . 371 Mortvedt. Ron , , . 354 Mortveot, Ron . . . 209 Mosel. Kent ... 303 Moseley, William ... 209 Moselle. William . . . 209, 357 Moskowitz. Steve . . . 300 Mosman. DeDe . . . 104 Mostske. Kelly ... 209 Motavassel. Shirin . . . 209 Motherway, Ryan ... 89 Motivala. Sarosh . . . 209, 357 Moton, Kylowna . . . 209 Motshe. Kelly ... 325 Mouw. Allan ... 209 Mouw, Steve . . . 306 Moy, Monica . . . 284 Mtimkulu, Rose-line ... 209 Muchenie, Mareva . . . 340 Muchin, Mike . . . 318, 319 Muda, Chensly ... 357 Mueller. Kevin ... 209 Muir. Larry ... 89 Mukai. Christopher .209 Mukai. Ken . . . 284 Mukherii. Mala ,337 Mukherii. Malobika ... 209 Mulhaupt, Laurinda . . . 337 Mulhern, Connne . . . 340 Mullen, Raymond . , 209 Mullen, Tiffany , . , 340 Mumford, Paul . , , 299 Muneuar. Sonia , , . 345 Munoz, Lisa ... 328 Munro, Kristi . . . 337 t uns. Michelle ... 332 Murakami, Melanie . . . 282 Muranaka. Garett ... 259 Murata, Mino . . . 209 Murden. Ryan . . , 320 Murdock. Marlin , . . 209 Murdoff. Sherrick . . .316,317 Murphy. Bnan , , . 209 Murphy. Kathleen . , . 337 Murray, Alison . . . 346 Murray. Jonathan . . . 296 Murray. Kerry ... 79 Murray. Mana . . . 354 Murray. Patrick . . . 209 Murray. Tonya . . . 209 Murray. Tracy ... 103 Mutia. Celina ... 209 Mutter. David ... 305 Myer. Gayleen ... 209 Myer. Karen . . . 209 Myers. Chns ... 303 Myers. Julie . . . 346 Myers. Kim , . . 345 Myers. Lara ... 210 Myers. Lisa . . . 343 Mylin, Rich ... 305 Myrow. John ... 1 1 3 Myrtle. Tim . . . 299 Q Ma. Christine. . . 373 Naah. Kristen ... 210 Naco. Gina ... 210 Naco. Gina ... 357 Nadler, Dan...210 Nagai. Tanya. . .364 Nagatani. Brett ... 283 Nagle. Taylor ... 303 Nagle. Tracy . . . 337 Nagumo. Takako . . . 210 Nahabedian. Nayiri ... 210 Nahmias, Nicole . . . 274 Nahmias, Orit. . . 274 Naimi, Haleh ... 210 Nainkin. David ... 118 Naito. Arlene , , . 284 Naioan. Paul ... 313 Nakada, Ken . . . 284 Nakahara. Gay . . . 210 Nakahara. Gay, . , 373 Nakamoto. Eddie ... 284 Nakamura, Jill ... 210 Nakamura, Lane , , . 284 Nakano, Aileen ,282 Nakaoka. Susan . , . 210 Nakatani, Wendy . , ,211 Nakazono, Kim , . , 282 Nam, Susannah ... 211 Naman. Dallia ... 211 Nang. Sandy . .211 Napolitani. Thirumoolani . . . 259 Naranio, Emily ... 211 Nasalski. Mark . .211 Nascimento. Monica ... 211 Nauman, Paul ... 291 Nava. Jose ... 259 Navalta, Earl . . .211,283 Navarro, Amy , . . 354 Navarro. Guillermo . . . 259 Navarro. Martha ... 211 Navarro. Marti . . . 357 Navarro. Octavio. . . 378 Navarro. Rafael ... 211 Naylor. Sarah ... 325 Nazarian. Devorah . . . 259 Nazano. Patricia ... 21 1 Neal, Amy . . . 332 Neal, Chns ... 318 Neal, Lauren ... 289 Neal, Lon. . . 380 Neale. Chris. . .316.317 Needham, Jessica . . . 342 Neeley. Tonya ... 21 1 Negrete, Lorraine. . . 372 Negron. Nancy , . . 332 Negroponte. Dimitri . . . 320 Neiman. Jennifer ... 211. 325 Neinstein, Paul . . .211 Neiter. Debbie ... 328 Nelson. Abby . . . 343 Nelson. Claire . .211.340 Nelson. Courtney . . . 211, 330 Nelson. EIke .259 Nelson. Eric ... 89 Nelson, Jonna ... 211 Nelson, Julia ... 325 Nelson, Karen ... 107 Nelson. Kathleen .334 Nelson. Kevin . .312 Nelson. Larry ... 308 Nelson. Mike ... 299 Nelson. Robin . .211.289 Nelson. William... 21 1,290, 300 Neri. GesMan ... 211 Nese, Noelle . . . 342 Netter. Jason ... 119. 310 Nevarez. Ann . . . 259 Nevgen. Thang...300 Newberry. Charles . . . 259 Newberry. Lisa ... 211 Newcomb. Sarah . . . 346 Newman. Craig ,313 Newman, Dana . . . 332 Newman. Howard . . . 320 Newman. Kann ... 211. 332 Newman. Trina . . . 337 Newnan. Harriet . . . 340 Newsom. Thomas ... 21 1 Ng.Candace ... 211, 356 Ng, Lily.,. 211 Ng. Pamela ... 259 Ngai. Mary , . 357 Ngissah, Aba-Yawa . . . 269. 276 Nguyen. Cathy ... 211 Nguyen. Chuc Duy . . . 259 Nguyen. Chuck . . . 274 Nguyen. Jennifer . . . 284 Nguyen. Kevin . . . 284 Nguyen, Kha . . . 284 Nguyen. Kim ... 211, 357 Nguyen, Lan . . . 259 Nguyen. Lien ... 211 Nguyen. Manh ... 211 Nguyen. Mary . . . 325 Nguyen. Mike ... 89 Nguyen, Nhi , , . 284 Nguyen, Si . . , 211 Nguyen, Than . . . 300 Nguyen, Thanh . . , 212 Nguyen. Thu-Huong . . . 212 Nguyen. Thuy . . . 357 Nguyen. Tin ... 212 Nguyen. Tricia, . ,364 Nhan, Tav»n . . .212. 369 Nicholas. Christine. , . 345 Nicholas. James ... 212 Nicholas. Matt. . . 278 Nicholas. Theodore . . . 259 Nichols. Valerie ... 327 Nicholson. Beth . . . 336. 337 Nicholson. Craig ... 212 Nicklin. Emily . . . 346 Nicol. Lufemi ... 38 Nicolas, Paula ... 342 Nicoles, Valene...326 Nicolosi. Christina . . . 345, 364 Niednagel. Steve ... 122 Nieh. Phyllis , . . 212, 357 Nielsen, Vicki . . . 334 Nielson, Dru . . . 343 Niemeyer, Peter . . . 356 Nierlich. Marianne ... 212 Nieto. Sandy. . .364 Niles. Gregory . . . 212 . 366 Nimitsilpa, Paul ... 212 Nimmo, Sam . . . 308 Nimmo, Wes ... 308 Nishi. Kikuo ... 284 Nishi. Michael . . .212 Nitti. Wayne. . . 122.212 Niu. Nina ... 357 Nivatpumin. Jim ... 312 Nix. Martha.. .212.334 Nix. Matt . . . 293, 354 Nixon. Tom ... 126 Nixon. Tom . . . 305 Nobel. Rebecca ... 212 Noble. Ted Noga. Robert. . . 212 Nollar Joseph ... 296 Nomachi. Kiroko ... 212 Nomachi. Trasey . . . 284 Nomura. Victoria . . . 212 Nonato, Lourdes ... 212 Nonato. Theresa ... 212 Noonan. Shawn ... 310 Normandin, Monique . . . 212. 372 Nosce. Michelle... 212. 332 Nosratt. Orly . .212 Nosse, Wendy... 126. 282 Notary. Terry ... 109 Nouhi. Sepeideh. . .364 Nourmand. Nikki ... 328 Novitsky. Craig ... 89 Novoa. Sabrina . . . 349 Novotny. Dana. . . 273 Nowak. K.C. . . . 303, 290 Noyes. Kristin . . . 345 Nteso. Teboho ... 291 Nuccion. Stacey . . . 340 Nugent. Nicole ... 98 Nugent. Tom . . . 308 Nuhodzic. Tank ... 305 Nunez-Rocha. Jose ... 212 Nwosu. Ngozi . . . 340, 357. 381 Nygaard, JeH. .110 Nyquist. Peter . . . 212 B O ' Bannon. Ed ... 103 O ' Brien. Charlene . . . 212. 342 O ' Brien. Gary ... 96 O ' Brien. Monica . . . 343 O ' Brien. Susie . . . 336, 337 G ' Donnell, Elizabeth ... 212 O ' Donnell. Karen ... 349 G ' Donnell, Lee . . . 212 O ' Grady, Andy . . . 100, 306 O ' Hara. Lisa ... 212 O ' Hara. Pete . . . 292. 293 O ' Keefe. Dan . . . 100 O ' Lea, Lisa ... 337 O ' Lea, Lisa. . . 376 O ' Malley, Mike. . . 293 O ' Malley, Patricia . . . 346, 347 O ' Neal, Erin . , . 343. 364 O ' Neal. Peter... 21 2 O ' Neill. Blake . . 212. 291 O ' Prey. Noreen . . . 346 O ' Ouinn. Carrick ... 89 O ' Reilly. Rachel ... 338 O ' Rendy. Corrina ... 332 Oakley, Cheryl ... 342 Obata. Christine ... 325 Obata, Pauline . . . 282. 372 Oberg. Paula ... 342 Obico. Paul. . . 372 Ocampo. Ramon ... 213 Ochoa. Chris ... 291 Ochoa. Tricia . . , 259. 448 Ochs. Melanie ... 213 Odegaard. Sham. . .364 Oga. Carolyn ... 282 Ogasawara, Shel ... 284 Ogasowara, Glen . . . 284 Oh. Barry . . . 260. 300 Oh. Jayne. . .213 Ohara, Julie . . . 260, 364, 358 Ohg, Donny ... 260 Ohshima. Christina ... 284 Ohta, Melinda .213 Ohtomo, Kathy ... 260 Oishi, Alric ... 284 Oianpera, Jane . . . 334 Ok, Jin. . . 379 Oka, Wes . . . 284 Okada. Derek ... 213 Okada. Kelly ... 345 Okano. Cindy . .213 Okano. Kimberly . .282.213 Okinaka, Bobby ... 284 Okohira, Mark ... 284 Okuno, Jenifer ... 213 Oldershaw. Kendra . . . 332. 333 Olea, Henry.. .213 Olender. Ellen ... 337 Clench. Constance. . . 373 Olin. Erin ... 343 Olitsky. Rachel ... 328 Olivares. Ellen. , . 213 Olivares. Gisella . ..213,357 Ohvarez, Charles . . . 213 Olivarez, Rick ... 303 Olivas, James . . . 213 Ohvas. Kristn ... 346 Oliveira. Tracey . . . 213 Oliver. Jolene ... 213. 289 Oliver. Tonishia . . 214 Olivera, Alison ... 327 Olivera, Tracey . . . 327 Olivier, Kathy ... 105 OIkoski, Cindy ... 332 Olmedo. Sid . . . 300 Olmore, James , . . 214. 303 Olsen. Bob . . . 300 Olson, Enc ... 303 Olson, Lawnee ... 214 Olstad, Bruce ... 214 Olster, Jeffrey . .214.320 Omega Delta Epsilon. . . 358 Omerigbo. Nnennaya .214 On, Philip ... 357 Ong, Jeanie . . . 357 Ong, Tiong Ann . . . 214 Ono. Dave ... 284 Onwutuebe. Emmanuel ... 89 Operario. Don . . . 260. 448 Operson. Chris ... 260 Oppegaard. Greg . . . 305 Oppegard, Gregory . , .214 Oprison, Chris ... 318 Ordemann, Darcy . . . 100 Orewfyler, Tom ... 316 Orgel, Martin ... 260 Orin, Shira ... 356 Orion, Shira ... 214 Orne, Mark ... 284 Orozco, Robert ... 214 Ortale,Kimberly, , , 373 Ortahza, Mantes. . . 373 Ortega, Christie ... 345 Ortiz, Rafael ... 214 Oshiro, Thomas . . . 214 Oslin, Natalie ... 214 Ostrem. Kanoa ... 1 1 Otera, Richard . . . 214. 291 Otoupalik. Brad ... 96 Otto. Robert ... 306 Otto. Tom . . . 300 Oughton. Kim . . . 325 Ouyang, Henry ... 214 Ouyang. Janine . . . 260, 448 Overline, Jennifer . . . 327 Owen. Vanessa . . . 330 Owens. Keith ... 103 Oyadoman. Erica . . . 345 Oyadomari. Ken . . . 284 B Pacelli. Steve ... 318 Pacheco, Leo . . . 305 Pacifict, Tammy . . . 354 Pacio, Ruby ... 214 Pack. Lisa ... 332 Packel. John ... 214 Packey. Karen . . . 216, 325 Padgett, Kirsten ... 214 Padilla. Arturo . . . 313 Padilla. Lynn . . . 260, 382, 448 Pae, Mary ... 214 Paez, Monica ... 214 Pagan, Alvin ... 214 Page, Eric ... 93, 310 Page. Patricia ... 260 Page. Robert ... 260 Pai, Chung Yueh ... 357 Paik. Peter ... 214 Pair. Jason ... 308 Pak, Stephen ... 357 Pak, Young ... 214 Pak, Yun-Jong ... 214 Pal, Shalmali. . .369 Palm, Beth ... 334 Palmer. Amy , . . 334 Palmer. Lauri . . . 342 Palubeskie. Tammi . . . 214, 325 Palumbo. Carl ... 308 Palumbo, Greg ... 296 Pam, Todd . . . 260, 308 Pan, Nina ... 214 Pan, Peter ... 357 Pan, Vivian . . . 214, 357 Panagos, PatC . . . 325 Pandya. Robert . . . 214, 357 Pang, Allie ... 214 Pang. Tony. . . 372 Papas. Sara . . . 343 Papetti, Lisa ... 332 Pappas. Christina , , . 214 Pappas. Elise . . . 343 Paradis, Gregor ... 291 Paragas, Tess . . . 260. 364. 448 Park. Anna ... 215 Park. Bonnie. . . 215 Park. Erin.. .215 Park. Eugene ... 215 Park, Jason. .215 Park. Jee. . .364 Park. Jeff... 21 5 Park, Jenny . . . 215 Park, Jin S.. ..215 Park, Jin Y.. ..215 Park, Julia. ..215 Park, Julie, , , 379 Park. Jung Yoon ... 216 Park, Patty .216 Park. Paul. , , 381 Park. Stacey , , , 260, 349, 448 Park. Sue , . . 216 Park, Sues, , , , 216 Park, Sue, . ,364 Park, Susan , . , 340 Park, Susanna . , . 215 Park. Tim Han . . . 260 Park. Tom . . . 270, 277. 278 Park. Won. .312 Parker, Deana .216 Parker, Heidi. . .369 Parker, Katie . .261, 346 Parker, Kerry . . .216, 311, 342 Parker, Rachel. . .364 Parker. Scott... 216, 299 Parker, Stacy . . . 332 Parker, Suzanne . . . 330 Parker. Vaughn ... 89 Parks, Sharon ... 216. 337 Parra. Alvin ... 216 Parrera. Manna . . . 216 Parry, Caroyin . . . 216, 345 Parry, David ... 295 Partain, Matt . . . 305 Parubrub, Richard ... 315 Parziale. Rebecca . . . 327 Pascover, Jenna . . . 346 Pascual. Jeremy. . .375 Pascual. Romel ... 216 Pasko. Daniel ... 216 Pasnik, Shelley ... 216 Pasquil, Corky . .261, 375 Pasquil, Cornelio . . . 216 Pasrich, Puneet .261 Patel, Ajay . . . 312 Patel, Jayana ... 357 Patel. Nisha . . . 216,357 Patel, Raiesh ... 216 Patman. Alison . . . 216 Paton. Gemma ... 327 Paton. George . . .89. 310 Patnck, Jennifer ... 325 Patterson. Chip ... 299 Patterson. Lisa ... 349 Patterson. Stacy ... 216 Paul, Amy ... 216 Paul, Christel ... 261 Paulsell. Dave . . . 103. 291 Payne, Tammy . . . 345 Payonzeck, Steve . . . 291.368 Paz. Renee ... 216 Pazdernik. Karl . . . 119 Peach, Glenn . . . 216, 366 Peacock, Frank ... 216 Peacock, Kelley ... 216 Peacocke, Adam . . . 261 Pearl, Belinda ... 216 Pearl. Raymond ... 216 Pearle. Kristin ... 100 Pearson. Maria ... 216 Peckler. Jana ... 337 Pederson. Jenai . . . 334 Pedroche. Mylah . . .217 Peer Health Counselors. . . 358 Peer. Jenny . . . 340 PeLaez. Patricia ... 216 Peller. Spencer ... 318 Pena, Laural ... 217 Pendleton, Jenny . . . 337 Pendleton, Laune . . . 337 Pendleton, Trish ... 330 Peng, Grace ... 217 Penilla, Albert ... 299 Pennington. Jason . . . 316 Penton. Jennifer ... 217 Peralta, Lea. . .375 Peralta. Mana. . .375 Perez, Chetera ... 261 Perez, Joseph ... 296 Perez, Raquel ... 217 Perez, Regina ... 217 Penn, Jennifer . . . 345 Perlas,Glona...217. 375 Perlas. Maria. . .375 Perle, Jacqueline ... 217 Perlstein, Alissa ... 340 Pernecky. George ... 89 Pernecky. Mike . . . 310 Pernecky. Paul ... 310 Perrone. Paul ... 299 Pesce. Gina . . . 106, 107 Pestaiio, Enc. . .375 Peters, T. Linda ... 217 Peterson. Bnan . . . 251 Peterson. Chnstopher ... 217 Peterson. Dawn . . . 327 Peterson. Deborah ... 217 Peterson. Kern ... 332 Peterson. Kirsten ... 95 Peterson. Laura . . . 349 Petkus. Tricia . . . 217 Petrac. Tamara . . . 340 Petree, Jennifer . . . 325 Petn. Robert...217 Petrusis. Tina . . . 205. 334 Petterson. Emily ... 325 Pettway. Sean ... 217 Peyman. Ramin , . . 261 Pezhman, Mark ... 312 Pezhman, Payman . . . 312 Pezzaglia, Niki ... 334 Pham.Anhlan. . . 217 Pham, Hung ... 283 Pham, Lan . . . 217 Pham, Luong. . . 217 Phan. Cathenne . . .217 Phan, Van . . . 261 Phelps, Andreas ... 322 Phelps. Ashley. . . 380 Phifer, Roman ... 89 Philips. Missy .. . 114, 115 Phillips, Chip . . . 299. 359 Phillips, Gregory . . . 217, 318 Phillips, Marjeritta ... 261 Phillips, Tara... 21 7 Phillips, Wendy ... 349 Phong, Dan ... 217 Phung. Meixine ... 217 Phung, Mitzi ... 284 Phung, Truong . . . 217 Pi. Katherine . . .217 Pi. Randy, , ,217 Pickens. Pam . . . 346 Pickrell. . .369 Pickus, Derek ... 320 Picotte. Mike ... 100 Picture Yourself. . . 268 Piening, Mar1( ... 318 Pier, Ross ... 110 Pinanong, Patty . . . 282. 364 Pine, Timothy. . . 316 Pineda, Joel. . .217 Pinedo, Craig ... 318 Pmkowski. Anne ... 217 Pinkston, Claire ... 217 Pinnell, Kirsten...217. 330 Pinon, Javier ... 217 Pinto, Maria ... 218 Pirus. Constance . , 218 Pitts. Jotin ... 316 Pitts. Lisa ... 327 Piaisted. Dennis . .218 Pliha, Chns. .110 Plitiaus, Margaret . . . 244 Plimier. Aneke . . 346 Plimpton, Timottiy . . .218 Plock, Haideti ... 218 Plumlee, Michelle ... 218, 346 Plutte, Lara ... 343 Po, Kimberly . .. 116, 117 Poage, Russell ... 218 Polacsek, Dana ... 218 Polashuk, Stacie ... 328 Poleynard, Kelley ... 343 Polivka, Karl. , . 122 Pollard, Darci . . . 340, 357 Pollit, Lisa ... 337 Pollman, Stefan ... 96 Pompa, Paula ... 218 Pondrom, Lisa. . . 330 Pooch, Shawn ... 318 Poon, Albert. . .369 Porinchak, Eve . . . 337 Port, Kelly , . . 295 Porter Adam ... 218 Porter, Genevieve . . . 330 Portillo, Marissa . . . 325 Pose, Maggie . . . 330 Posey, Kim . . 334 Post, Justin . . . 218, 316 Post, Mike ... 316 Postal, Devon ... 218, 346 Poulakidas, Dean . , . 218, 357, 363, 378 Powell, Brett ... 299 Powell, Doug ... 320 Powell, Kimberly . . . 218, 373 Powell, Melissa ... 342 Powers, Anne . . . 345 Powers, Lana . . . 330, 331 Pozzo, Milhe ... 342 Prahl. Colette ... 330 Prange, Lisa . . . 334 Pratt, Chns ... 316 Prayangratana, Dianne. . . 218, 357, 381 Preciado, George . . . 300 Preciado, Rubin ... 312 Predmore Darin . . . 310 Preheim, Jannai . . . 327 Presser, Jamie .122 Pressley, Pamela ... 218 Preston, Lynette ... 218 Pribble, Scott ... 316 Price, Erica ... 289 Price, Jennifer. . . 327 Price, Kirslen ... 340 Pnce, Mike ... 303 Price, Mikel ... 218 Pnce, Mikie ... 330 Priest, William . .218 Pnngle, Matt . . . 318 Prins, Brandy ... 108, 109 Prins, Rob ... 109 Pritchard, Jen . . . 343 Pritchett, Chris,.. 112, 113 Profant, Lorna . . . 356 Proko, Judy ... 334 Prophet, Greg .306 Prost, Tina . . . 332, 368 Prout, Suzanne . . . 327 Publications. . . 384 Puckett, Robin ... 346 Puentes, An . . . 312 Pugiiese, Julia . . . 218, 382 Puhdo, Mark, . ,375 Pulley, Alison ... 218 Pulopot, Suzanne . . . 218, 334 Pulwer, Jacquie . . . 348, 349 Puno, Rafael . .375 Punsalan, Fe. . . 376 Purcell Ed . . . 322 Purdue, Matt. , .369 Purdy, Kim . . . 337 Purnomo, Alimin ... 218 Purnue, Ezmerelda. . .322 Putnam, Marci . . . 337 Putnam, Nancy ... 327 Putz, Jenn ... 334 Quispe Herman ... 312 B B Querido. Kelly ... 261 Ouiiada, Cathy ... 218 Quiiada, Lisa. . .364 Quinlan, Matt , 119, 310 Ouinmer, Regina , 261 Quinn, Donald ... 261 Ouinn, Kimberly . . . 345 Quinones, Michelle . . . 218, 332 Quintana, Mike . . . 296 Quintero, Enrique ... 218 Quiroga, Ivan . . . 312 Quisling, Erik ... 306 Rabin, Ahsa. .261, 372 Rabin, Joel. . . 272 Rabinovitz, Leslie . . , 328 Rabuy, Maria . . . 210, 218,363, 375 Radcliff, Kim . . . 332 Radi, Chnstopher ... 218 Rae, James ... 89 Ragasa, Vern ... 293 Rager, Eric . . 322, 290 Rahbar, Gelareh ... 218, 261 Rahimi, Mohammad . . . 261 Rahimian, Paul , . . 218 Rahimian, Pejman ... 219 , 261 Rahimuddin, Saif . .312 Rahir, Sean ... 355 Raines, Jonathan . . . 261 Ra)guru, Samir. . , 359 Raldin, Joel ... 272 Ralston, Heather ... 219 Ralston, Linda . . . 337 Rambach, Amy . . . 261 Ramirez, Arturro . . . 296 Ramirez, Robert . . . 219 Ramirez, Siomara , . , 261 Ramm, Laure . . . 328 Ramos, Angie . . . 340, 341 Ramos, Evelyn . . , 219 Ramos, Jorge . , 219 Ramos, Leo. . .363 Ramsden, Laura . . . 340 Ramus, Ronald ... 219, 373 Rand. Jennifer . . . 346 Randall, Megan ... 327 Randall, Ryan ... 308 Randick, Alyson ... 95 Rangel, Rhonda ... 261 Ranglas, Nikki ... 251 Rankin, Jeff . . . 308 Ransom, Chris . . . 219 Rapaport, Vicki ... 261 Rapoport, Lisa ... 261 Rashidi, Laurie . . . 325 Raskin, Zan. . .364 Rasmussen, Birgit ... 261 Rasmussen, Paula . . . 107 Ratcliffe, Linda ... 346 Ratclitfe, Paul ... 93 Ratkovich, Milan ... 310 Ratner, Jill ... 328 Ravetti, Regina , . . 261 Ravitz, David ... 113 Ray, Claire ... 327 Raymond, Wendy . . . 343 Razavi, Amir . . . 261 Razban, Kevin ... 313 Razban, Mario. . . 313 Reach, Erin . . . 337 Rean, James ... 219 Reano, Ronald ... 219 Reano, Rowena. . .364 Reback, Matt . . . 295 Record, Laura . . . 357 Rector, Tom . , . 320 Redd , Mark ... 303 Reddick, Amber ... 337 Redell, Bill ... 310 Redner, John . . .219 Reeback, Matt.. .295 Reed, Aaron ... 294 Reed, Jason C. . .363 Reed, Karen ... 340 Reed, Lourdes. . .364 Reed, Matthew. . . 313 Reeder, Zac ... 113 Reemstem, Brian ... 89. 310 Reeves, Jeanne ... 95 Reeves, John . . 370 Reeves, Todd ... 300 Rehor, Bill ... 219 Reich, Gideon ... 219 Reichard, Brad ... 312 Reichardt, Henning ... 261 Reid, Charlotte ... 219 Reid, Evan ... 219 Reilly, Megan ... 337 Reilly, Tara . . . 342, 368 Reimer, Ron . . . 308 Reisenauer, Caria .219 Reitman, David ... 219 Reitman, Rachael . . . 338 Reitz, Greg ... 316 Reitz, Knsten ... 337 Rekant, Niki ... 328 Relis, Lisa ... 219 Renda, Ben . . . 290, 305 Rendahl, Robert ... 219 Rende, Guilana . . . 337 Rendon, Mike ... 312 Reneau, Gerald .289 Reneker, Dave ... 291 Renga, Dana ... 327 Renken, Christian ... 219 Renner, Kimberly. . . 372 Renola, John ... 291 Renteria, Irene ... 95 Rentto, David ... 316 Reppucci, Lori . . . 219 Require, Jennifer. . .375 Reschke, Kathy ... 219 ReVelle, Karen ... 338 Rey, Richard ... 261 Reyburn, Meg . . . 332 Reyes, Juan-Carlos ... 219 Reyes, Melissa ... 219 Reyes, Russell. , .375 Reyna, Chrishne ... 219 Reynoso, Yvette . . . 327 Reznick, Mike . . . 308, 309 Rhee, Jay . , . 283 Rhee, Kenneth ... 219 Rhee, Un Song ... 261 Rheim, Joe . . . 303 Rho, Connie ... 219 Rhode, John ... 312 Rhodes, Liz . . . 345 Rhorer, Trent ... 219 Ricckiuti, Greg ... 303 Rice, Andrea . . . 343 Rice, Brent ... 219 Rice, Dana ... 295 Rice, David ... 219 Rice, J.B. ... 308 Rice, Julia . . 334, 335 Rice, Matt... 122, 320 Rich, Bob . . , 366 Rich, Bob. . . 366 Rich, Seth .219 Richards, Amy ... 332 Richards, Bryan . . . 261 Richards, Linda . . . 337 Richardson, Cheryl ... 219 Richardson, Christy ... 100 Richardson, Isaac . . . 274 Richardson, Kelly ... 220 Richardson, Kim . . . 220 Richardson, Martha . . . 346 Richardson, Paul ... 89 Riche, Peter ... 220 Richmond, Julie . . . 220, 325 Richter, Rochele ... 332 Rickett, Kamala ... 286 Rico, Jaime . , . 343 Rico. Veronica . . . 220 Riddle, Susan ... 346 Rider, Ram ... 220 Rider, Tiffany ... 332 Rigor. Rosemane . . . 345, 354, 381 Riherd, Dave ... 303 Riley, Dave ... 312 Riley, David ... 357 Riley, James ... 318 Riley. Joan ... 220 Riley, Michael ... 305 Riley, Shawnda . , . 286 Rimer, Christopher . . . 220 Rinella, Jenny . . . 330, 364 Ring, Chris . . . 306, 370 Ringold, Michael ... 220 Rios, Maricela . . . 262 Rippe, Danielle ... 220 Risco, Diana ... 221 Ritchie. David ... 100 Ritchie. Lou . . . 103, 262 Rittichier, Scott. . . 368 Rivera, Angelica . . . 221 Rivera, Rowena . . . 221 Rivera, Timothy ... 300 Rivers, Michael . . . 221 Riviello,Gabriela,.. 22 1,357 Ro, Charles ... 284 Ro, Juli ... 282 Roascio, Andrew ... 221 Roath, Bob . . . 308 Robbins, Dike ... 318 Robbins, Jennet ... 221 Robbins, Jim . . .122, 262, 310 Roberts, Andrea . . . 337 Roberts, Danielle ... 346 Roberts, David . .113 Roberts, Dawn ... 262 Roberts, Garren . .221,295 Roberts, Linda. . .369 Roberts, Nick. . .369 Roberts, Susan. . . 373 Roberts, William ... 221 Robie, Anne... 221, 327 Robinson, A.J. . . . 346 Robinson, Angela ... 221 Robinson, Camden . . . 273 Robinson, Carey . . . 273 Robinson, Jen . . . 332 Robledo, Barbara ... 221 Rocca, John Rocha, Rocio . . . 262 Rodely, Nicola .342 Roden, Tracy . . . 337 Rodgers, Blame . . . 305 Rodgers, Pete ... 100 Rodino, Michelle , .. 221, 330 Rodman, Rica ... 327 Rodolfo, Victoria ... 221 Rodriguez, Alicia. . .364 Rodriguez, Betsy ... 221 Rodriguez, Eddie . . . 221 Rodriguez, Elisa ... 262 Rodriguez, Espie. . . 277 Rodriguez, Maria ., 115, 327 Rodriguez, Mark . . . 221 Rodriguez, Michael , . . 221 Rodriguez. Nicole . . . 337 Rodriguez, Olga ... 221 Rofer, Brian ... 110 Roff, David ... 59 Rogers Patricia . . . 340 Rogers, April ... 221 Rogers, Dawn ... 221 Rogers, Erin. .. 221, 345 Rogers, Mia Louise . . . 221 Rogers, Patricia ... 221 Roggenbuck, Suzie ... 221, 346 Rogness, Dana . . . 345 Rogotf. Becky ... 328 Rogulien, Rand ... 110, 308 Rohde, Judy ... 357 Rohleder, Mark ... 291 Roldan, Kathy ... 124 Rolla, Kristin... 221, 330 Romain, Chantal ... 221 Roman, Enrique ... 221 Romaniszyn, Ken . . . 310 Romano, Jason , . . 320 Romero, Albert ... 221 Romito, Susan .80, 81 Romo Jose-Efrain ... 221 Romo, Dean ... 221 Romualdo, Elaine . . . 328, 375 Ronan, Bnan . . 310 Rondholz, Christopher ... 262 Root, Kim ... 337 Rosa, Julio ... 262 Rosano. Doe . . . 337 Rosano, Jodi . . . 337 Rosano, Jody . . . 278 Rose, Jennifer . . . 222, 375 Rose, Sandra . , . 262, 271 Rose, Sandy. . . 271,272 Roselada, Nerissa, . .375 Rosemond. Beth . . . 334 Rosen, Dan . . . 320 Rosen, Joseph ... 222 Rosen, Kevin . . . 222, 291 Rosen, Melissa , , . 222 Rosenbaum, Sharon . . , 222 Rosenberg, Aaron . . . 222 Rosenberg, Craig Rosenberg, Jana , . . 222, 328 Rosenberg, Kimberly . . . 222, 332 Rosenberg, Stefanie . . . 327 Rosenblatt, Brett ... 320 Rosenblatt, Martin ... 222 Roseveare, Amy . , . 222 Rosiak, Jason . . . 318 Rosiak, Jason. . . 290 Ross, Adam ...31,222,215,369 Ross, Jay . . . 312, 369 Romano, Gma. . .375 Ross, Melissa. . . 381 Rosso, Kim . . . 222 Rosson, Charlie ... 308 Rothbart, Jason ... 320 Rothschild, Phil ... 354 Rothstein, Scott ... 222 Roulier. Rachelle , . . 105, 222 Rounaghi, All . . . 291 Rounce, Kristin , . . 330 Rounds, Guy ... 315 Rouse, Melissa . . 343 Rowan, Michael ... 222 , 310 Rowe, Catherine . . . 222, 330 Rowe, Diane . . . 222, 330 Rowland, Danielle ... 325 Roy. Nina ... 382 Roy, Nina. . . 382 Royse, Todd ... 305 Rozanski, Danielle . . . 343 Rozio, Carol . . . 328, 222 Rubalcava, Silvia ... 222 Ruben, Leslie ... 328 Rubenfeld, Eric ... 222 • Rubin, Cindy ... 262 Rubin, Craig ... 262 Rubino, Carl ... 222 Ruby, Debra ... 349 Rudd, Jay . . . 308 Ruddell, Allison ... 334 Ruiz, Gustavo ... 222 Ruiz, Jonathan . . . 262, 308, 309 Ruiz, Myriam ... 222 Ruiz, Robert ... 222 Ruiz, Terese ... 222 Ruks, Thomas ... 222 Rumack, Bill ... 308 Rumack, William ... 222 Rumold, Sherry ... 343 Rush, Amy . . . 343 Rush, Darian ... 296 Rusnak, Terry ... 299 Russ, Glenn , . . 222 Russell, Eddie ... 222 Russell, Jenni ... 262 Russell, Jill ... 328 Russell, Kevin ... 222 Russell, Yvonne . . . 345 Russo, Michelle ... 223 Russo, Valerie ... 223 Rusu, lulia ... 223 Rutter. Christie ... 223 Ryan, Rosaleen ... 223 Ryan, Sean ... 291 Rydren, Aimee. . .364 Rynearson, Robert . . . 122, 123. 316 Ryther, Vicki ... 223 u Saadat, Afshin ... 262 Saadvedra, Juventino . . . 223 Saavedra, Jose . . . 262 Saauedra. Mike . . 306 Sabnani, Sanjay . . . 315 Sabra, Haissam . . . 122 Sacks. Melinda ... 223 Sacks, Stefan . . 223 Sactschale, Andrea . . . 334 Sadeghi, Saha ... 223 Sadis, Sheryl ... 223 Sadlier, Julie ... 334 Sadri, Omar . . , 318 Saeltzer, Douglak , . . 223, 316 Safari, Afshin, . . 274 Saffer, Dan . . . 262 Saffro, Cara ... 223 Sagardia, Elisa . . . 343 Saglimbeni, Salvatore ... 223 Saik, Andy ,295 Sail, Peter . , , 262, 357 Saito, Margaret . . . 223 Sakai, Joyce . . . 224 Sakai, Patricia Marino . . , 224 Sakai, Yoshie ... 284 Sakihara, Dean . . . 284 Salameh, Lara . . , 224 Salazar, Leslie ... 262 Salazar, Michael ... 224 Salcedo, Jorge ... 93 Salcedo, Lucy ... 224 Salcido, Norma . . . 330 Saldana, Todd ... 93 Saleh, Michael ... 224 Salesin, Amy . . . 340 Salib, George . . . 262 Salim, All . . . 262 Salisbury, Wendy . . . 224, 381 Salonites, Kelly ... 121 Salstrom, Clare ... 343 Saltzer. Becky ... 340 Salvaherra. Mark . . . 318 Salzetti, Jason ... 291 Samadani, Magnolia. . . 372 Samahang Pilipmo. . . 374 Samaniego, Celia . . . 224 Sameyah, Esther . . . 224, 356 Sammon, Moe . . . 349 Sampaga. Rex. . .375 Sampras, Stella . . . 116, 117 Sampson, Craig . , , 318 Sampson, Kelli . . . 224 Sampson, Vincent . . . 224, 313, 370 Samson, Judy , . . 328 Samuels, Kelly ... 337 Samuelsen. Lyn . . . 224 Sanchez, Barbara . . . 224 Sanchez, Eloisa ... 262 Sanchez, Erika ... 328 Sanchez, Javier . . . 224 Sanchez, Jill ... 330 Sanchez. Lynn . . . 330 Sanchez, Marco . . . 224 Sanchez, Maria. . .364 Sanchez, Rafael. . . 366, 380 Sanchez, Richard ... 296 Sanchez, Roxanne . . . 328 Sand, Arnold ... 224 Sandelman, Heather . . . 327 Sanders, Michael . , . 109. 271 Sanders, Mike, . . 271 Sanders, Ophelia ... 327 Sandfer, Dominic ... 89 Sandhu, Harpreet . . . 224 Sandino. Claudia . . . 224, 345 Sandler, David ... 306 Sandoval, Carlos ... 224 Sandoval, Frank ... 224 Sandoval, Vicki. , . 381 Sandstrum, Jim . . . 305 Sandstrum, Mike . . . 305 Santa Maria, James. . .375 Santadia, Rene ... 100 Santaella, Rene . . , 310 Santamana, Kathleen , , , 224, 373 Santiago, Annalisa . . . 224 Santibanes, Renee . . . 262 Santo, Joseph ... 224 Santos, John. . . 368 Santos, Kama ... 224 Santos, Marcy . . . 224 Santos, Michelle . . , 332, 376 Santos, P. J 224 Santos, Reynaldo ... 300 Saored, Malika ... 286 Saoud, Mahka ... 224 Sapra, AtuI, . . 381 Sarafian. Katherine . . . 224 Sarber, Molly ... 343 Sarroca, Arlen e. . .375 Sasaki. Rina .284 Sasaki. Stephanie . . . 284 Sasis. Edna ... 284 Sasso. Augusto ... 316 Sasson. Mark ... 318 Sato. Ed . . . 284 Sato. Laurie ... 282 Sato, Michael ... 224 Satterburg, Cheryl ... 340 Saucedo, David . . . 224 Saucedo, Jaime . . . 293 Saunders. J.B. ... 110 Sauvage. Jennifer . . . 346 Sauarese. Marcia . . . 340 Savarirayan. Su)a. . .364 Saverman. Angela . . . 327 Sayre. Came . . . 345 Scaduto. Tony . . . 310 Scattidi. Chris ... 225 Scarafone. Jenna . . . 225, 373 Scales. Al... 110,111 Scavo. John ... 313 Schaap, Ryan . . . 318 Schaeler, Kristin . . . 334 Schaefter. Lori . . . 343 SchaHer. Greg ... 100 Schaimberg. Jefi . , . 320 Schatz. Erin . . . 225. 337 Sctiaub, Dea . . , 349 Scheberies. Carrie . . . 337 Scheck. Stefanie . . . 346 Schecter. Cathy ... 345 Scheding. Katie ... 282 Schenkman. Jodi . . . 225, 342 Schenone, Matt . . . 306 Schepergerdes. Rita . . . 354 Scher. Leslie . . . 342 Scherpf. Christine . . . 225 Scheumann. Stefan . . . 308 Scheuring. Paul . . . 308 Schexnayder. Anthony ... 89 Schier. Eric ... 313 Schierle. Clark ... 225 Schifrin. Daniel . . . 225, 369 Schiller, Laura . . . 356 Schimmel. Miriam . . . 334 Schimmoller. James . . . 262 Schirn. Jason . . . 225, 295 Schlaerth, Bill ... 300 Schlafman. Dan . . . 320 Schlesinger, Rebekah , . . 225 Schlimmer. Cynthia . . . 332 Schluter, Kevin ... 96 Schmid, Sigi ... 92, 93 Schmidt, Ian . . . 225, 320 Schmidt, James ... 226 Schmier, Stephanie . . . 226. 340, 341 Schmitz. Randah ... 226 Schmude. Laura. . . 366 Schmutzer. Gregory . . . 226 Schneck, Mary . . , 226. 342 Schneider. Came , . . 226. 345 Schneider, Debra ... 226 Schneider. Marcia. . . 373 Schneider. Spencer . . . 226 Schneiderman, Glen. . . 310 Schneiders. Linda . . . 226 Schnittger. Eric ... 100 Scholer. Robert ... 226 Schomberg, Linda . . . 327 Schomburg, Lynda . . . 226 School of Nursing. . . 373 Schorr, Zoey ... 328 Schorr, Zoey. . 381 Schotsal. Shelly ... 334 Schrader, Norma . . . 226 Schram, Eric . . . 298, 299 Schreck, Ingrid . . , 342 Schrode. Kristi . . . 226, 324, 325 Schuh, Mike ... 310 Schulander. Stefanie . . . 346 Schulhofer, Adam . . 113 Schulte, Jeff .. 316 Schultz, David ... 113 Schultz, Paul ... 315 Schultz. Steve ... 312 Schuricht. Lisa ... 226 Schuster. Brian ... 293 Schv»albe. Karen ... 226 Schv»artz, Dave ... 312 Schviartz. Mindl. . . 372 Schwartz. Thomas. . .363 Schwengel. Kris. .. 113, 305 Schwengel. Kurt . . . 305 Schwenke. Matt. .. 113 Scola, Renee ... 262 Scott. Crystal . . . 226, 332 Scott, Curtis ... 103 Scott. Denise . . . 106, 107 Scot t, Kente ... 287 Scott. Lise-Allynne ... 226 Scott, Travis . . . 226y Sealy. Mike ... 110 Seamans, Maria . . 226 Seanholm, Greg ... 300 Seares, Kathee ... 262 Scares, Katherine. . .364 Seay, Kathryn ... 337 Sebane, Stacy ... 346 Sebree, Robert ... 308 Seden. Allison . . . 342 Sedwick. Tanya ... 124, 125 Seeley, Nancy . . . 373 Segall. All . . 328 Segall. Lonne ... 330 Segner, Winston ... 313 Seibert. Kimberly ... 334 Seid, Stephanie . . . 226, 373 Seigler, Stephanie . . . 332, 368 Selgman, Dean . . . 226 Sellwood. Scott . . . 316 Senteney. Heather . . . 226. 325 Seong, Soopyong . . . 226 Sept, Lesley ... 226 Serafin, Shan . . . 262 Sethi. Muira . . . 226. 340 Seto, Colleen . . . 226, 282 Seto, Elena ... 226 Seto.. Gene . 283 Setoguchi, Kent ... 226 Sevcik. Lisa . . . 349. 384 Seymour. Lynn . . . 343 Shabaik. Nadia ... 327 Shadi, Payam ... 262 Shaffer. Alan ... 318 Shah. Natasha ... 340 Shah. Rupal ... 225 Shaheedy, Noosha ... 262 Shahinian, Arssineh . . . 225 Shahryarineiad. Azin. . . 380 Shames, David ... 227 Shamii, Simin . . . 227 Shanfeld, Greg ... 320 Shannon. Katherine . . . 227 Shapio. Dana ... 227 Shapiro, Dana . . . 346 Shapiro, Eden , . . 330 Shapiro. Lisa . . . 346 Sharafatian. Navid ... 227 Sharma. Knsh ... 291 Sharp, Debbi ... 325 Sharp, Mark ... 93 Sharpe. John . . . 227 Shaver, Samantha ... 94. 95 Shaw, Brian ... 293 Shaw, Lori ... 328 Shaw, Meech ... 89 Shawber. Carrie ... 328 Shearin. Virgin. . . 373 Sheehan. Tim . . . 305 Sheffield. Robert ... 227 Shelve, Lisa ... 334 Shekhtman. Igor . . . 227 Shelby, Anne ... 330 Shell, Glenn ... 227 Shell, Mary ... 327 Shelton, Becky ... 100 Shelton, Jenny . . . 340 Shelton, Ken . . . 89 Shelton. Kristin . . . 227. 337 Shelton, Leslie ... 334 Shenefiel, Kelly . . . 227. 334 Shenkin. Missy . , , 338 Shenone. Matt . . .307 Shenson. David . . . 227 Shepard. Jennifer. . .364 Shepard. Kelley . . . 337, 346 Sher, Jason ... 119 Sheraga. Debbie . . . 340 Sherbourne, Scott . . . 305 Sheridan, Tara . . . 262 Sherill. Jennifer . . . 342 Sherman, Irene . . . 227 Sherwood. Jay . . . 310 Shieh, Akibo ... 283 Shieh, Elizabeth ... 284 Shieh, Judy ... 345 Shieh. Liz . . . 227 Shigekawa. Steve . . , 284 Shigemura, Jessica . . . 284 Shigo. Phil ... 303 Shih. Cindi . . . 262. 448 Shih. Francis ... 354 Shih. Robert ... 357 Shih. Simon . . . 357 Shimabuku, Ken . . . 284 Shimabukuro, Kenji . . . 227 Shimazu, Susan . . . 282 Shimek, Steve ... 308 Shimirak. Price ... 330 Shimizu. Mami . . . 343 Shimomaye. James . . . 227 Shin, David ... 283 Shin. Jennifer . . . 263 Shin. Kisu ... 227 Shiozaki. Keith ... 284 Shipnuck, Louisa ... 328 Shirley. Gail ... 327 Shively. Linda ... 263 Shoji. Tomoka ... 227 Sholders, Adrienne . . . 345 Shor, David . . . 318, 319 Shore, Allison ... 342 Showers. Steven . . . 227 Shubert. Jeff . . . 227 Shukiar. David ... 263 Shukov. Natalie ... 342 Shulman, Dara . . . 345 Shultz, Steven ... 227 Shum, Mimi . . . 227 Shumate, Michael ... 300 Shung, Irene. . . 372 Shurlock, Art . . . 108, 109 Shy, Ruth ... 227 Shyu, Angela ... 227 Siao, Grace . . . 354 Sias, Daniel ... 227 Siaveles, Christy ... 263 Sibbet, Jerda ... 325 Sibley, Keith . . 370 Sicat, Christensen ... 227 Sidlow, Brian ... 300 Siebrand, Stephanie . . . 334 Siecke, Neil ... 295 Siegal, Tobias ... 227 Siegel, Deborah. . . 373 Siegel, Mark ... 263 Siegel, Ron . . . 303 Siegle, Sam . . . 328 Sigala, Veronica . . . 227 Sigler, Rob . . . 318 Silcox, Victoria . . . 325 Silletti, Jason ... 227 Sliver, Rory , . 345 Silvera, Hillel ... 227 Silverman, David . . . 320 Silverman. Elisa . . . 328 Silverman. Eve. . .364 Silverman. Gary . . . 320 Silverman. Mark . . . 228 Silverman. Mark. . . 368 Silverman. Scott ... 228 Silverstein, Stuart . . , 367 Silverthorne. Robert . . 305 Simenton, Jeff . . . 318 Simms, Michelle . . . 228 Simon, Jon , . . 308 Simon, Michelle ... 332 Sinclair, Dave . . . 318 Sinclair, Michelle ... 342 Singer, Adam ... 293 Singh, Mona ... 228 Singh, Mono ... 316 Singson, Maria . . . 228, 357 Sinn, Patti ... 126 Sinshelmer, Kimberly . . . 228 Sion. Mark ... 287 Siopack. Jorge . . . 228 Sisneros, Karen . . . 228. 345 Siu, Elena , . . 228, 381 Sivertson, Kara . . . 334 S|ong, Lisa . . . 323. 340 Skaff, Chris ... 291 Skeie, Kimberly . . . 228, 342 Skinner, Melissa ... 100 Skyers, Brian ... 228 Slack, Kenneth ... 228 Slacum. Ceri ... 228 Slater. Juleen ... 332 Slater. Kelly . . 325 Slavich, Mike . . . 315 Sleep, Laurie . . . 343 Slinger, Chris ... 291 Slining, Chad ... 295 Sloan, Jennifer. . . 366 Slocum. Steve . . . 122, 310 Slotkin, Samantha . . . 328, 448 Small, Samuel ... 313 Smalley, Rod . . . 89 Smelser, Steve ... 103, 299 Smiley. Maya ... 263 Smit, Agnes . . . 340 Smith, Alexis. . .364 Smith, Brady . .315 Smith. Bridgette ... 286 Smith, Caryl ... 124 Smith. Cathy . . . 228, 327 Smith, Christine . . . 263, 332 Smith, Devon. . . 380 Smith, Erik ... 122 Smith, Geoffrey . ..228,216 Smith, Heather ... 36, 228, 345 Smith, Jeffrey . . . 228. 308 Smith, John. . . 366 Smith, Jon . . . 310 Smith. Kevin ... 89 Smith, Kim. . . 373 Smith, Laurie . . . 263 Smith. Lisa ... 327 Smith, Malaika ... 228 Smith, Mandy , . . 334 Smith, Sherly ... 100 Smith, Stacey ... 346 Smith, Susan ... 332 Smith, Taunya. . .364 Smith, Ted . . . 308 Smith, Toiya ... 286 Smith, Tom. . . 312 Smithrud, Dave . . . 355 Smock. Julie . . . 337 Smuckler, CJ . . . 342 Smukler. Cindy . . . 263 Sneider, Leslye . . . 356 Snellings, Craig ... 289 Snyder. Mahala . . . 263. 330 So, Bennett . . . 228, 300 So, Jung Sun . . . 228 Sobel. Kim . . . 343 Soble. Jeff . . . 295 Soderling. Kim . . . 334 Soeth. Mark .228 Sogawa, Jennifer . . . 282 Sohn, Joanne ... 228 Sohn, Michael ... 228 Soice, Lisa .228 Soike, Kristin ... 346 Sokolowski, Anthony . . . 228 Solin, Jonathan ... 228 Soils, Greg ... 318 Soliz, Maria ... 228 Solmon, Kira ... 328 Soloman, Adam . . . 303 Solomita, Michele ... 325 Solomon. David ... 126 Solomon, Kira ... 228 Solomon, Larry ... 228 Solorio-Fleener, Tammy . . . 345 Solovy. JoAnne . . . 325 Soltis. John ... 89 Soma, Mark . . . 303 Somers. Keith ... 291, 370 Sommerteld. Amanda . . . 330 Sommers, Bob . . . 306 Sommers. John . . . 122, 308 Son, Angel ... 228 Sonesy. Gasone . . . 357 Song. Yooha ... 229 Soong. Albert ... 229 Soong. Albert. . .369 Sorakubo, Liane . . . 282 Sorensen. Hilary . . . 345 Sorenson. Bridget. . .364 Sorenson, Tom . , . 305 Soriano, Edmar . . . 229. 375 Soriano, Francis . . . 263 Soriano. Joy. . . 364, 372 Sosa. Laura ... 229 Soto, Tom . . . 312 Sou. HyunJoo ... 229 Southwell, Cory ... 334 Sowar, Pam . . . 334 Sowarwine. Jenny . . . 334 Sowell. Marchelle . . . 229, 286 Sowerwine, Jennefer . . . 229. 356 Spahn. Robin . . . 327 Spalding, Lisa ... 229 Spalding, Scott ... 89, 306 Spangenberg, Lisa . . . 330 Spaniardi, Lisa . . 330 Spann. Marvin . . . 320 Sparks, Jennifer . . . 342 Speigle, Lisa ... 330 Spellman, Theodore . . . 229 Spencer, Laura . , . 327 Speran, John ... 110 Sperling, Hilary . . . 310, 342 Sperry, Jeanne . . . 337, 368 Spielman, Samantha . . . 328 Spino. Tony , . . 103 Spirit Squad, . . 376 Spitzer. April .328 Spolter, Deborah ... 229 Spreitzer. Chns . . . 229, 315 Sprintis, Charlotte ... 332 Sprogis, Jennifer . . . 100 Sreeharsha, Vinod . . . 382 Sreenivasan, Aparna . . . 334 Srinivasan. Aarti, , .364 Staab, Lisa ... 330 Stacy. Frand ... 250 Stadum, Molly . . . 229. 346 Staes. Amy . . . 229. 334, 376 Staff, Kim . . . 263 Stagel, Suzanne . . . 348, 349 Stanfill, Jim . . . 305, 307 Stanhope, Lisa . . . 343 Stanish, Christine ... 229 Stanley. Brian ... 308 Stanley. Suzanne . . . 338 Stark, Ann . . . 346 Starr-Keddle, Tara . . . 325, 368 Stassi, John. . . 316 States. Suzanne. . .369 Stawiarski. Andrew . , . 229, 306 Steadman, Will ... 93 Steding. Anna ... 343 Steffan. Lisa ... 330 Steger, Brian ... 89 Steidlmayer. Anne . . . 330 Stem, Lisa ... 328 Steinaecker Alicia . . . 340 Steinberg, Sharon. . .364 Steiner. Jodie . . . 328, 329 Steiner, Josh . . . 229, 320 Stephens, Rehema . . . 104, 105 Sterling, Stacy ... 345 Stern. Larry ... 322 Stern, Lawerence . . . 229 Sternberg, Stacey . . . 263. 340 Stevens. Amber Erin . . . 263 Stevens, Derek .89 Stevens. Karen . 330 Stevenson. Laun . . . 330 Stewart, Jason. . .369. . .359 Stewart, Julie ... 325 Stewart, Robyn ... 345 Stewart, Scott ... 229 Stewart-Ramirez, Jacqueline. . . 229 Stickgold, Kira ... 345 Stientes, Blair. . .303 Stiska, Julie ... 229 Stiver, Brenda ... 229 Stock, Rachel . . . 229, 334 Stoecklein, Tim . . , 295 Stokes, J.J 89 Stoll, Dave. ..113 Stollenwerk. Jaxie . . . 342 Stolte, Lara ... 229 Stone. Dawn ... 264 Stone. Mark ... 357 Stone. Peter ... 318 Stone. Tracey . . . 327 Storek. Alina ... 325 Stoudt. Kristin ... 100 Stowell. Ashley ... 343 Straccia, Dawn ... 325 Strand. Jeff . .17 Stranger, Jeffrey . . . 263 Strankman, Felicia . . . 346 Stratman, Scott ... 229 Stratton, Kristen ... 229 Strauss, Richard . . . 264, 369 Stricke, Keven . , 370 Strickland, Shaha ... 229 Strommer, Jim . . . 295 Strong. Derek ... 305 Strong. Ed . . . 306 Strong. Gabrielle ... 382 Strong. Samantha ... 100 Strong, Steve ... 305 Strough. Alix ... 343 Strovopolis, William ... 310 Strug, Lisa ... 330 Strunk, Susannah ... 229 Student Alumni Association. . . 372 Student Welfare Commission. . . 381 Student Welfare. . . 381 . . . 310 ... 310 Sturgus, Lindsay . . . 337 Stutz, Dan . . . 320 Su, Belle ... 357 Su, Jonathan ... 229 Su, Monica . . . 332 Su. Poyu ... 229 Su, Zen-Ni ... 357 Suarez, Jaymer . . . 357 Suarez. Jaymi . . . 322 Suarez. Marianne . . . 230 Sucre, Fernando . . . 308 Suehiro, Kimi ... 284 Suehiro, Kimiko ... 230 Sueoka, Julie . . 282 Sugahara, Lillian. . .364 Sugg, LaRee ... 230 Sugiyama, Patty. . . 379 Suh, Su . . . 230 Suhadolink. Sara ... 100 Suhr, Philip ... 230 Suhr, Young ... 230 Suht, Victor . . . 230, 381 Sullinger, Scott ... 230 Sullivan. Conni . . . 346 Sullivan. Enk ... 110 Sullivan, Mary . . . 343 Sullivan. Moya . . . 230 Sullivan, Shannon . . . 230 Sullivan, Stephanie ... 231 , 346 Sullivan, Wendy... 231, 334 Summit, Kim. . . 373 Sumrow, Matt ... 312 Sun, James . . , 290, 318 Sun, Lena . . . 357 Sun. Michelle ... 357 Sundari. Anita . . . 354 Sundling, Paul ... 269 Sundquist, Jennifer . . . 334 Sung, Michael . . . 355 Sung, Mike . . 357 Sung, Sunny . . . 264, 357, 448 Supp, John . . 370 Susser. Jenny ... 100 Sussin, David. . . 380 Sussman. Stacey , . 334 Sustaita, Crystal ... 349 Suter. Aimee . . , 346 Sutherland. Chris ... 303 Sutherland. Scott . . . 318, 319 Suto, Shorn ... 231 Suzuki, Michelle... 231, 332, 372 Suzuki, Tracy . . . 284 Swam, Evan. . . 380 Swan. Laura . . . 264 Swanson. Alyssa . . . 342 Swanson. Andy . . . 310 Swanson, Bnan ... 89 Swartz, Maggie . . 330 Swatik. David. .110 Sway. John ... 231 Sweet, Rachel ... 330 Swetman, Glenda . . . 327 Sychev, Sergio . . . 320 Sykora. David . . . 313 Sylvester. Walter . . . 302, 303 Sywak, Natalie ... 332 Szebl. Jessica. . . 375 Szeto, Rita. . . 381 Szeto, Veda ... 231 Szymczak, Elan . . . 334 Ta. Tam. . . 373 Tabares, Rebecca , , . 349 Tabatoabai. Behzad . . . 254 Tabb, Daue ... 312 Tabbush. Lisa . . . 337 Tabibzadeh. Kamran . . . 231 Tadros, Rita ... 231 Tagata, Blenda . . . 231 Taguchi, Jennifer . . . 357 Tai Chi. . . 359 Tai, John . . . 254, 357 Tai, Sheri ... 357 Taitano. Eric . . . 231 Taitleman, Lisa . . . 337 Takahashi, Dan . . . 308 Takaki, Julie ... 284 Takatsuka, Sandra . . . 231 Takayoshi, Seigo . . . 254 Takebayashi, Julie ... 231 Takenaga, Ryan . . . 300 Takenaka, Yoko ... 284 Takesh, Fahi ... 345 Takeuchi, Yuki ... 282 Takido, Allison ... 334 Takiguchi, Craig ... 283 Talboy, Devon . . . 343 Talley, Elizabeth . . . 287. 357 Tails, Cecilia ... 287 Talone, Chns. . . 375 Tam, Darryl ... 284 Tam, Foster ... 231 Tam, Patrick ... 357 Tam, Yvette ... 231 Tamaddon, Kirk . . . 264 Tamanaha, Joyce . . . 231 Tamayo, Mario . . . 231 Tamburro, Derek ... 1 1 3 Tampus, Kareen. . .354 Tamura, Kimi . . . 284, 364 Tan, Amarind . . . 300 Tan, Brent . . . 355 Tan, Carmela . . . 264 Tan, Lowell ... 231 Tan, Stephen ... 231 Tan, Steve ... 284 Tanaka, Linda. . . 373 Tanaka, Takeshi . . . 231 Tanasugarn, Janet . . . 264, 345 Tang, AndrevB . . . 357 Tang, Bill ... 284 Tang, Chris. . . 357 Tang, Elton . . . 355 Tang, Gary . . . 357 Tang, Michael. . . 372 Tang, Terry . . . 264 Taniguchi. Christeen . . . 231 Tanikawa, Dione . . . 325 Tanii, J. Derek ... 264 Tapanes, Aileen ... 231, 325 Tapper, Becky ... 100 Tarabochia, Mary - . . 105 Taras, Lorelle ... 328 Tarin. James . . . 254 Tarkington, Dawn . . . 231 Tarkington. Dawn . . . 286 Tarver. Shon ... 103 Tasheishi, Donal ... 322 Tatasciore, Fred . . . 231, 366 Tate, Stacy ... 285 Tatro, Scott ... 231 Tattini, Susann . . . 231 Taugher, David . . . 305 Tavares, Alma . . . 231 Taylor, Caroline . . . 325 Taylor, Chns ... 254 Taylor, Coby ... 342 Taylor, D.S.. . . 366 Taylor, Jay . . . 357 Taylor, Jeff . . . 318 Taylor, Jill ... 264 Taylor, Lisa... 231, 325 Taylor, Maurie . . . 343 Taylor, Scott ... 231 Tchalian. Hovig . . . 231 Tea, Yin. . .364 Tehrenizadeh, Henry . . . 355 Te)ada, Sharon . . . 265 Telesco. Cheryl ... 349 Tellez, Carmen ... 231 Tellez, Mauricio . . . 306 Temshiv, Walter ... 232 Tenazas, Alan. . .375 Tenenbaum, Jeff . . . 320 Teng, Elton ... 357 Tennant, Blake ... 305 Tennyson, Sarah . , . 232 Tentser. Irina ... 232 Tepper. Missi . , . 328 ter Jung, Susanna . . . 232 Ter-Hacopian, Armine . . 232 Ter-Jung, Gaby . . . 343 Ter-Jung, Susie . . . 343 Termanini, Nadia . . . 232 Terrey, Stacy . . . 337 Terrones, Terry . . . 232 Terstriep, Tracy . . . 342 Teruya, Summer . . . 357 Thai, Hsm-Ping ... 357 Thai, Le-Xuan ... 232 Thau. Mark ... 320 Thayer, Ace . . . 232 Theodore, Nicholas. . .369 Thomas, Alvin . . . 320 Thomas, Cameron ... 96, 303 Thomas, Courtney ... 100 Thomas, Diana. . .353 Thomas, Henry ... 289 Thomas, Karen . . . 232, 327 Thomas, Kimberly . . . 265 Thomas, Mark ... 96 Thomas, Michael . . . 287 Thomas, Miki . . . 232, 364 Thomas. Staci . . . 232 Thomas. Stephen ... 299 Thomas, Steven . . . 320 Thompson, Bill ... 92. 93 Thompson, Dana . . . 337 Thompson, Debra , . . 232, 265 Thompson, Greg . . . 232, 265 Thompson, Mark ... 100 Thompson, Patncia ... 100 Thompson, Pete . . . 305 Thomsen, Anna . . . 232 Thorn, Kirstin . . . 342 Thorn, Lisa ... 328 Thornber, Emma . . . 328 Thorne, Amy . .. 105, 107 Thorton, Chrissa. . . 327 Thorton, Ron . . . 289 Thrasher, Kathleen . . . 342 Thurmond, Tiffany . . . 255, 259, 276 Thurston, James . . . 232 Thurston, Wendy . . . 342 Tiano, Scott ... 265 Tibault, Michelle ... 334 Tiet, Jenny . . . 265 Tighe, Brian ... 89 Tilden, Sheileen . . . 232 Tilley, Renee ... 232 Tilton, Sarah ... 232 Timbal. Rommel. . .375 Ting. Angela ... 232 Ting. Chyr-Song . . . 357 Ting, Tracy. . .364 Tio, Imelda ... 232 Tipton, Kelly ... 330 Tischler, Ann . . . 232 Tisen, George . . . 357 To, Fung ... 232 Toal, Holly ... 343 Tobian-Steinmann, Jackie ... 126, 127 Tobias, Malee . .364, 375 Tobias, Perlee. . .364 Todd, Heather . . . 232, 332 Todd, Marsha ... 342 Toffoli, Chris ... 320 Tokheim, David . ..113,232 Tolin, Jason ... 232 Toll, Manie. . . 372 Tollner, Sharon . . . 337 Tolu, Haydar...315 Tom, James . . 370 Tom, Manley . . . 299 Tomaneng, Hansel . . . 313 Tomlin, Amy . . . 337 Tomooka, Rob . . . 284 Tompkins, Erin . . . 332 Tompkins, Page . . . 316 Toombs, Brian . . . 232 Toothaker, Brad ... 100 Toplitt, Allison . . . 232, 328, 372 Topper, Linda. . . 373 Topper, Vic . . . 320 Torell, John ... 232 Torem, Shana . . . 345 Toretto, Phil . . 370 Torichigai, Susan . . . 232 Torme, Daisy . . . 330 Torrance, Pam . . . 340 Torres, Elva ... 233 Torres, Jesse . . . 233 Torres, Lyndon. . .375 Torres, Portia . . . 233 Torres, Yolanda . . . 233 Torreto, Phil ... 315 Toscano, Adrienne . . . 343 Toshima, Junji . . . 233 Tovufigh, Abdula ... 265 Towfigh, Maryam . . , 233. 356 Towne, Elana . . . 233. 330 Townsend, Randall . . . 233 Toy, Maury ... 89 Toy, Susanna ... 282 Tozzi. Courtney . . . 342 Tracy. Tom . . . 296 Tradd, Jeff . . . 265 Tran, Brian . . . 255, 284 Tran, Ceci. . . 381 Tran. Giao . . . 233 Tran, Huy . . . 233 Tran, Lien . . . 357 Tran, Mike ... 265 Tran, Mino . . . 357 Tran, Phong ... 233 Tran, Quan ... 284 Trasatti. Gia . . . 233 Traub, Angela ... 327 Trazo, Robert ... 265 Treacy. Neil ... 299 Treanor, Brian . . . 355 Treanor, Thomas . . . 233, 316, 382 Treanor, Tiffany . . . 334 Treherne, Tisha . . . 327 Treiger, Adam . . . 312 Tresser. Troy . . . 315 Trevino. Helen . . . 325 Trilling, Andrew . . . 233 Triminio. Adrian . . . 233 Trina, Wiggins . . . 266 Trinh, Suzie . . . 233, 354 Troche, Sean ... 310 Troiano. Kristine . . . 265 Troncatty. Danna. . . 330 Trosian, Kevin . . . 308 Trost Marcia . . . 342 Trestle, Diane . . . 233, 325, 376 Trotman, Holly ... 349 Trudeau. Dan . . . 291 Trudeau, Tracy . . . 320 True. Jeffrey . . . 265 Trulock, Eileen . . . 234 Truong, Hong-Ha . . . 234, 372 Truong, Hung Quang . . . 265 Truong, Van ... 357 Tsai, Alice ... 340 Tsai, Charles . . . 355 Tsai, Gene ... 265 Tsai, Lily ... 357 Tsai, Lynette . . . 234, 368 Tsai, Stephanie ... 282 Tsai, Tin Tin . . . 357 Tsai, William ... 357 Tsai, Yvonne . . , 265, 364 Tsang, Anna . . . 357 Tsang, Marilyn . . . 284 Tsang, Steve . . . 255, 357 Tsark, Tami ... 234 Tse, Sophia ... 234 Tseng, Albert ... 234 Tseng, Joe . . . 284 Tsibouris, Angela . . . 234 Tso, Edwin ... 234 Tso, Richard ... 234 Tsuchiyama, Anne . . . 284 Tsuneishi, Chns . . . 234, 284 Tu, Brian . . . 265 Tu, Charles ... 295 Tu. Helen... 116 Tu, Yao-Wen ... 357 Tuala, Siitupe ... 89 Tuck, Mary . . . 337 Tucker, Chris . . . 265 Tuffli, Chuck... 265, 300, 301,448 Tukloff, Tammy ... 332 Tullar, Steven ... 234 Tully, Christine ... 330 Tunnell, Robert ... 234 Turban, Sharon . . . 265 Turberville, Julie . . . 332 Turley, Tom . . . 303 Turnbull, Effie ... 100 Turner. Eric ... 89 Turner, Scott ... 96, 310 Turner, Stuart ... 234 Turovsky, Inna . . . 234 Tuvilla, Anna . . . 330 Tweeten, Came . . . 325 Tyler, Amy . . . 342 Tyler. Jill ... 234 Tyner, Lori . . . 234, 342 Uyeda, Kim ... 42 Uyeda, Kim . . . 357 D Vu, Eun Ju Angel ... 236 Vu, Joe . . . 283 Vu, Tinh ... 236 Vucurevic. Yelena ... 236, 345 D Uchida, fVlasaaki . . . 234 Uchio, Emily Miwa. . . 373 UCLA Student Orchestra ... 57 Udagawa. Eric . . . 284 Uebbing, Mary ... 332 U)iie, Andrew . . . 234, 283 Ulick, David ... 357 Ulmer. George . . . 255 Ulrich, Carol . . . 106, 107 Ulricht. Chns ... 293 Ulwelling, Jim . . . 295 Um, K ristin ... 282 Umali. Michelle. . .375 Urnali. Warren , . . 284. 375 Umel, Florencia. . .375 Umphrey, Chainey ... 109 Umphrey, Greg ... 109 Undergraduate Business Society. . . 359 Ung, Cynthia ... 282 Ungerman. Marni . . . 332, 368 Unicamp ... 21 Urada, Darren ... 284 Urada, Lianne . . . 234 Urena, Amy . , . 234 Un. David . . . 234, 298, 299 Urquidi, Lee . . . 284 Ursettie, Judy ... 234 Urstein, Jill ... 345 USAC. , , 378 Utsumi, Toshio ... 255 Uy. Sitha Su . . . 234 Vaccaro. Fleischman . . . 234 Vahedifar. Payam . . . 357 Vaheditar, Payam. . . 381 Vaicek, Heather ... 343 Valadez, Cynthia ... 325 Valdes, Marguerite . . . 234 Valdez, Lisette. . . 372 Valdez. William ... 265 Valdivia, Susan . . . 265 Valencia. Ben .. . 265 Valentine, Sarah . . . 234, 345 Valenzona, Guy . . . 305 Valenzuela, Magdalena . . . 234 Valero, Graciela . . . 345 Vales, Noel. . .375 Valle. Lisa ... 234 Valle, Patnck ... 234 Vallecillos, Glen , . . 310 Valles, Mia . . , 235 Vallone, Kimberly . . . 345. 358, 372 Valmidiano, Gil, . ,375 Valois, Glenn . . . 255, 376 Valon, Dawn. . . 368 Valverde, Knsty ... 343 Van Artsdalen, Tom . . . 277 Van Atta, Alecia ... 235 Van Gessel, Stacey ... 346 Van Holt, Brian ... 303 Van Meter, Michael. . . 372 Van Oostveen, Genevieve . . . 105 Van Roy, Laura ... 332 Van VIeck, Andy ... 308 Van. Herle Tama . . . 235 Van, Roy Laura . . . 235 Vanaiek, David. . . 372 Vandergriff, Dean ... 303 VanEmricqs, Alexandra . . . 235 Vanes, Elvia . . . 334 Vannis, Rich ... 310 Vanriette, Mike ... 310 Varela, Charles ... 300 Vargas, Glenn . . . 235, 356 Vargas, Rebecca, . .364 Varkey, Taz . . . 357 Varner, Jason . . . 306 Varona, Flel Angela. . . 373 Varr, Carisse . . , 346 Varricchione, Alissa . . . 342 Varsanyi, Monica . . . 334 Vasile, Dan . . . 235 Vasquez. Amber . . . 340 Vasquez. Catalina. . . 359 Vasquez, David . . . 235, 312 Vassall, Diana ... 235 Vaughan, Kituwah . . . 235 Vavic. Jovan , , 96 Vazquez, Mano , , , 236 Veisel, Susan ... 342 Veisel, Theresa . . , 342 Vekselman. Mike . . . 265 Velasco, Cecilia . . . 235 Venegas, Maurice . . . 308 Venkatesh, Vandana . . . 355 Vento, John ... 308 Ventry, Dennis . . . 310 Ventura. Maria. , .375 Verdugo. Marcel ... 308 Verdugo, Marcel. . . 290 Verlato, April ... 345 Vernengo, Nanette . . . 236 Vicars. Jana . . . 236 Victoria, Nicole ... 115 Vidanage, Sharmaine . . . 236 Vidvarri, Lonnie. . . 300, 301 Villa, Jenni ... 349 Villacorte, Maricar. . .375 Villafranca. Noemi. . .236, 375 Villagas, Jennifer . . . 342 Villagra, Betty . . . 338, 339 Villalobos, Victor ... 265 Villani, David . . . 236. 291 Villanueva, Ronald . . . 236 Villarmia. Janet . . . 265 Villarreal, Amy . . . 332 Villoria, Venus. . .375 Vinton, Meg . . - 266, 364 Vipapn, Kosol . . , 235 Virgilio, Christiana . . . 330 Vitek, Jeff., .308 Vitek, Tony ... 308 Vitro, Heather ... 327 Vix, Dale ... 300 Vo, Dai . . . 26 Vo, Lien Dai . . . 236 Vo, Thanh ... 256 Vogt, Jennifer . . . 334 Vogt. Julie ... 100 Volan. Dawn . . . 236, 342, 342 Volstad, Asbiorn ... 110 Vonberg. Ken . , . 299 Vorous, Robyn , . . 100 Voss, Michelle ... 256 Vosylius. Darius . . . 296 Vu, Due . . . 256 Wachal, Mandie . . . 332, 376 Wachowicz, Kelly . . . 330, 363 Wacker, Gretchen ... 343 Wady, Tanya ... 278 Waghalter David ... 266 Wagner. Jim . . . 89, 310 Wagstatf, Edie . . . 236, 334 Wald. Hiroshi. . . 372 Walker, Brad ... 288 Walker, Bruce ... 89 Walker. Courtney ... 332 Walker, Gary . . . 235, 299 Walker, Leslie ... 255 Walker. Michael ... 287 Walker, Pam .. 105 Walker, Staci ... 286 Walker, Steve ... 308 Walkup. Kan ... 346 Wallingford, Brett ... 303 Walls, Kristen . . . 100, 325 Walsh, Bill ... 300 Walsh, Mark ... 299 Walsh, Megan ... 328 Walsh, William ... 265 Walton. Regina ... 236 Wan, Marlene . . . 357 Wang, Amy . . . 357 Wang, Angela ... 235 Wang, Benny ... 284 Wang, Chiun Li . , . 357 Wang, Daniel ... 357 Wang, Elizabeth ... 356 Wang. Eric ... 357 Wang, LSheng ... 235 Wang, Jackson . . . 357 Wang, Jim . . . 357 Wang, Johnny. . . 381 Wang, Karen ... 349 Wang, Katherine , . . 236 Wang, Lyndell. .381 Wang, Michael . . . 357 Wang, Phillip ... 235 Wang, Rich ... 284 Wang, Tim . . . 265, 355 Wang, Warren ... 235 Wang, Weber ... 236 Wang, Wendy . . . 235, 357, 373 Wang, William ... 236 Wangenheim, Aaron . . . 318 Wank, Jon . . . 315 Wanlass, Yevette ... 334 Wansom, Siriuch . . . 266 Wanta, Shawn ... 126 Ward, Anne ... 330 Ward. Arvli ... 266 Ward. Dale ... 235 Ward, Jennifer . . . 236, 334 Ward, Rob.. .312 Warner, Matt . . , 308, 309 Warren, Kimberly . . . 330 Warren, Latricia . . . 236, 285 Washburn, Andrew , . . 266, 370 Washington, Daren ... 89 Washington, Marian . . . 236 Washington, Stacey . . . 287 Washington, Tim. . . 275 Washington, Timothy ... 89, 275 Watanabe, Lori . . . 325, 382. 364 Waters, Melissa . . . 237, 342 Watke, Paula ... 330 Watkins. Tracy . . . 346 Watrous. John . . . 316 Watson, Danielle ... 337 Watson, Kim , . . 346 Watts, Alicia ... 345 Wayland, Cory ... 89 Wayman, Jenn . . . 343 Wayman. Matt . . . 318 Weakley. Michele . . . 334 Weathers, Matt . . . 293 Weaver. Sonya . . . 237, 364 Webb, Kevin .113 Webb. Laura ... 325 Weber. Matt . . . 305 Weber, Sandra ... 237 Weber, Tony ... 237 Webster, Dorothy. . .363 Webster, Jen . . . 332 Webster. Mark ... 303 Webster. Sheldon ... 237 Wechi. Jill ... 237 Weeks, Daniel . . . 237, 299 Wefers, Michael ... 237 Wei, James ... 284 Wei, Shao-Wen ... 237 Weich, John ... 303 Weidman, Amanda . . . 100 Weiler, Jennifer . . . 345 Weimer. Bruce . . . 448 Wein, Daren . . . 316 Weinberg, Danielle . . . 237 Weiner, Dawne . . . 237 Werner, Liz , . 328 Weinert. Emily . . . 325 Weinhouse, Romi . . . 325 Weins. Carmen . . . 237 Weinstein, Joel , - 305 Weintraub. Nancy , . . 328 Weisbarth. Kim . . . 342 Weisburg, Allyson ... 328 Weise. Donald ... 237 Weisel. Denise , . . 343 Weisman, DeDe ... 115 Weisner. Scott ... 316 Weiss. Karen . . . 237, 338. 339 Weiss, Laralynn . . . 338 Weiss, Lauri ... 327 Weiss, Stacey ... 237 Weiss, Steve. . . 295 Welch, Sean ... 237 Welch, Stephen ... 237 Welch. Tiffany ... 237 Wellington, Michelle ... 266 Wellins, Con ... 346 Welter, Jeanne .237 Wen, Elizabeth ... 357 Wendell. Robbie . . . 118. 119 Weng. Amy . . . 237 Wentzel. Tiffany ... 330 Werdel. Hilary ... 345 Werner. EIke ... 332 Werner. IVIatt ... 89, 270 West, Angela ... 237 , 327 West. Michele ... 237 West. Rachel ... 266 West. Thomas . , . 237, 305 Westhoff, Tricia ... 325 Westmoreland. Tiffany . . . 237, 327 Westphal. Shannon . . . 342 Westra. Jeffrey ... 237 Wetzel. Karen ... 345 Wetzstein. Raechel. . . 373 Wexler, Andy ... 237 Wexler, Ben . . . 75. 354 Whalen. Star . . . 237. 345 Whaley. Denise ... 237 Whang. Keith ... 284 Whang, Linda ... 284 Whang. Sarah ... 284 Wheeler. Adam ... 308 Wheeler. Andrew ... 291 Wheeler. Jennifer . . . 237. 332 Whipple. Don . . . 308 Whitcomb. Mike. . . 110 White. Dahna ... 357 White. Dan. .316 White. Julie ... 332 White. Shannon ... 346 White. Shelly ... 330 White, Siane ... 266 White, Terry , . . 299. 369 White. Tim . . . 315 White. Tony ... 288 White. William ... 266 Whitelaw. Jennifer . . . 266, 330 Whiting, Chris ... 303 Whitman, Chris ... 303 Whitmore, Kate ... 345 Whitney, Andrea . . . 237. 332 Whittaker. Denise. . .364 Whitted. Michael ... 288 Whittier. Joy . . . 237 Whittington. Cindy ... 330 Whitworth. Bret ... 306 Whooley. Donna . . . 328, 368 Wicke, Brad ... 300 Wickersham, Greg . . . 266 Wiederkehr, Rich ... 312 Wiedman, Amanda . . . 340 Wiese, Kent . . . 126, 127 Wight, Tom ... 300 Wilcox. Wendy ... 343 Wilder, Marc ... 89 Wilham, Alesia ... 346 Wilhelm, Michelle . . . 238, 342 Wilkins, Robert ... 238 Wilks, Deon ... 89 Wilks, Eric ... 238 Willard, Caprice ... 286 Willems, Matt . . . 320 Williams, Bob. . . 366 Williams. Corina . . . 330 Williams. Daphne ... 238 Williams. Don . . . 283 Williams. Emily. . .375 Williams. Janice. . . 278 Williams. Janiece ... 278 Williams. Kerry ... 289 Williams. Ke»in ... 89. 123 Williams. Kimberly , . , 238. 325 Williams. Luke ... 303 Williams. Melanie ... 238 Williams. Mike ... 89, 299 Williams, Natalie . . . 95, 104. 105 Williams. Scott ... 305 Williams. Wendall ... 308 Williamson. Julie . . . 346 Willick. Damon ... 96 Wills. Oliuer ... 96. 97 Wills. Shawn. .89. 91, 113 Wilminik, Mike ... 306 Wilmink, Mike ... 96, 97 Wilscam, T.J. ... 291 Wilscam, Thomas . . . 238 Wilson, Alyssa . . . 346 Wilson, Alyssa. . . 372 Wilson, Anthony ... 320 Wilson. Dan. . . 376 Wilson. Gina ... 332 Wilson. Jeffrey ... 238 Wilson. Joseph . . . 238, 316 Wilson. Mark. . . 122 Wilson. Steph ... 337 Wilsow. Angelena . . . 238 Wimberly Sandelle ... 238 Wimbesh. Jeff . . . 306 Wimbesh. Jonathan . . . 306 Winchell, Mary ... 238 Windt, Sandra ... 238 Winer, Heidi ... 325 Winfield. Rob. . .369 Wing. Alan ... 316 Winnek. John. . .89. 113,310 Winston, Cathy ... 342 Winters, Michelle ... 238 Winvick. Darci ... 334 Wipf, Janice ... 340 Wirtz. Paul ... 305 Wise, Robin ... 312 Withers.Grant ... 318 Witherspoon, Wendy. . . 343, 369 Witt, Justine .343 Wittaker, Denise ... 340 Wittenberg, Kevin . . . 295, 378 Wittig, Beth ... 38 Wixso, Keith ... 266 Wobrock, Mary . . . 238. 373 Wokoek, Kim . . . 238, 345 Wolf, Kate ... 345 Wolf. Lindy . . . 266, 334 Wolfe, Catherine . . . 238, 340 Wolfe, Joel . . . 112, 113 Wolffe, Michael. . .369 Wollack, Tiffany ... 337 Wolton. Alex. . . 380 Won. Kathy. . , 373 Won. Kecia ... 282 Wonderly. Sally . . . 238, 334 Wong, Allison. . . 373 Wong, Anthony ... 238 Wong, Arita ... 282 Wong, Ban Ban . . . 357 Wong, Bonnie . . . 357 Wong, Cara ... 238 Wong, Christina. . . 372 Wong, Darcey . . . 357 Wong, David . . . 238, 283 Wong, Debra. . . 359 Wong, Dickie ... 238 Wong, Gloria. . . 368 Wong, Jimmy . . . 266 Wong. Juliana ... 238 Wong. Karina ... 284 Wong. Kevin ... 110 Wong. Larry . . . 238 Wong. Lisa ... 266 Wong. Mary . . . 284 Wong. Mike . . . 238. 357 Wong. Ngai ... 238 Wong. Rich ... 284 Wong. Rosamond . . . 266 Wong. Simon ... 238 Wong. Stuart ... 284 Wong. Vincent . . . 357 Wong. Wai . . . 283 Wong. Wing ... 238 Woo. Judy ... 238 Woo. Justin ... 238 Woo. Vivian ... 340 Wood. Eric ... 305 Woodard, Alex ... 316 Woodard, John ... 310 Woodfin, London ... 89 Woodman. Pilar ... 266 Woodruff. Michele ... 330 Woods, Betsy ... 325 Woods, Brian ... 266 Woods, Dayna ... 287 Woods, Elizabeth. . . 373 Woods, Heather .337 Woods, Steve ... 293 Woodson, Chris . . . 316 Woolfolk. Brian ... 93 Work. Paulette ... 239 Wozniak. Malinda ... 340 Wrath, Bill ... 310 Wright. Aaron ... 303 Wright. Alan ... 289 Wright. Andrea ... 239 Wright, Bill . . 370 Wright, Erika ... 266 Wright. Forrest ... 266 Wright. Jennifer . . . 349 Wright, Lisa ... 338 Wright. Monique . . . 239 Wright. Phil ... 256 Wright. Shannon ... 340 Wright, Tracy ... 330 Wrobel. Kurt . . . 239 Wu. Bernice . . . 330 Wu. Brian ... 266 Wu. Cheryl . . . 348. 349 Wu, Chu-Yi ... 239 Wu, Janet ... 357 Wu, Judy ... 357 Wu, Po-Yun ... 239 Wu, Shelley ... 357 Wu, Shirley ... 284 Wu, Xin Mei . . . 357 Wulfson, Katrina. . . 332, 368 Wurster, Keith ... 300 Wyant, Mike. . . 295 Wyler, Amy . . . 239 Wymond, Jason . . . 239 Wynn, Brenton ... 287 Wynn, Karen . . . 239, 346 Wynn, Kimberly. . . 372 Wynne, Alec ... 239 Wynne, Denise . . . 239 D Yadegar, Shahryar . . . 267 Yahr, Heidi ... 239 Yakomovich, Mike . . . 293 Yamabe, Karen ... 284 Yamada, Donn . . . 306 Yamada, Masako . . . 239 Yamashiro, Shan ... 239 Yamashita, Linda ... 239 Yamashita, Roger ... 239 Yanagihara, Daniel . . . 239 Yang, Annette ... 239 Yang, Chao ... 239 Yang, Chuck ... 357 Yang, Daphne ... 284 Yang, Frank . . . 355, 357 Yang, Henry ... 313 Yang, Jennifer . . . 357 Yang, Jo ... 39 Yang, John ... 284 Yang, Julia ... 239 Yang, Kathenne . . . 357 Yang. Linda ... 239 Yang. Max . . . 357 Yang, Pitsze ... 239 Yang, Robert ... 357 Yang, Victor ... 239 Yang, Wendy ... 239 Yang, Yi. . . 373 Yang, Young Kyung . . . 267 Yao, Bartrand ... 239 Yap, Sherley ... 239 Yarlett, Adnenne . . . 239, 346 Yarnell, Allen. . .353 Yarnell, Burton ... 239 Yaros, Lisa ... 327 Yasui, Lynn . . . 239, 357 Yasumi, Naoto ... 239 Yates, Jennifer . . . 240, 337 Yau. Edwin ... 267 Ybarra. Michelle . . . 267, 340, 354 Years, Steve ... 305 Yee, Gary Chris ... 382 Yee, Marvin ... 284 Yee, Paul ... 240 Yee, Tim . . . 267 Yeghiayan, Paula ... 240 Yeh, Dan . . . 318 Yeh, Esther ... 240 Yeh, Gary . . . 240 Yeh, Jim . . . 357 Yeh, John , . . 357 Yeh, May . . . 240 Yeh. Michael ... 240 Yeh. Sam . . . 357 Yeh, Yi-Chun ... 357 Yeh, Ylzu , . . 240 Yen, Betty , , . 240, 356 Yen, Elbert ... 284 Yen, Gene ... 240 Yen, George . . . 354 Yen, Hsiao ... 240 Yepez, Arturo ... 93 Yeszin. Chrity ... 340 Yeung Eric ... 240 Yeung, Deborah . . . 342 Yeung, Yau-Lun ... 240 Yi. Eunsook ... 240 Yi, Heidi ... 240 Yi, James ... 267 Yi, Soo . . . 282 Yi, Su . . . 257 Yim, John ... 283 Ying. Alfred ... 357 Ying. Susie ... 325 Yip, Vincent ... 357 Yipp, Jon . . . 312 Yiu, Leo . . . 357 Yiu, Yvonne . . . 357 Yokota, Kariann ... 284 Yongvanich, Rosemary . . . 357 Yongvanich. Rosmaria . . . 355 Yoo Hee Soon ... 240 Yoo, Jason ... 240 Yoo, Kathenne ... 240 Yoo, Reuben ... 240 Yoo, Tom ... 306 Yoon, Hea-Jin . . . 240, 282 Yoon, Hyungsuk . . . 240 Yoon, Richard. . . 284 Yoon, Ruth ... 240 Yoon, Suzanne. . .364 Yoshida, Angie ... 328 Yoshida, Arlene . . . 240 Yoshimoto. Ray. . , 368 Yoshitani, Dean ... 284 Yossem, Elizabeth ... 327 Yost, Michelle ... 240 Youness, Maha. . .369 Young. Alan . . . 240. 379 Young. Alex . . . 357 Young, Alice. . . 379 Young. Brett ... 308 Young, Can ... 342 Young, Elaine ... 95 Young, Gayle ... 349 Young, Jill ... 343 Young, John ... 308 Young, Katy. . .354 Young, Lianne . . 357 Young, Mane . . . 240 Young, Mark ... 241, 303 Young, Nicole ... 104, 105 Young, Theresa . . . 334 Yourd, Carrie ... 330 Youssef, Joumana. . .364 Youssi, Patrick ... 316 Yu, Alan . . . 355. 357 Yu. Allen ... 357 Yu. Beniamin , , . 241 Yu, Daphne ... 357 Yu, John ... 241 Yu, Joyce... 241, 355.357 Yu, Lana . . . 368. 448 Yu, Lily ... 241 Yu, Michelle ... 241 Yu, Stephanie ... 349 Yu, Tommy . . . 357 Yuang, Loretta ... 267 Yue, Susan ... 349 Yuen, Helen ... 241 Yuge, Michael ... 241 Yuki, Masayuki ... 267 Yun, Hokon ... 241 Yun, Hyesin ... 241 Yun, Jinah. . .326, 327 Yun, Scott ... 313 Yung, Dominic . . . 267 Yurkovich, John . . . 305 Yusi, Christopher . . . 241 Yutan, Elaine . . .241,345,355,357 Yutan, Paul ... 357 Yuthrayard, Wilawan . . . 241 Yuzefpolsky, Vadim ... 299 YWCA. . . 359 Zabarsky, Jeffrey . . . 241 Zagala, Kathleen ... 241 Zagala, Yvonne . . . 241 Zaima, Bill. . . 116, 117 Zaikan, Eric ... 307 Zaikin, Enk ... 306 Zamora, Dana . . . 334 Zamora, Ronald . . . 241 Zands, Jan . . . 308 Zberg, Matthew ... 241 Zdobnikow, Kimberly . . . 241, 346 Zebley, Chns ... 273 Zech, Monika . . . 343 Zecha, Hubert ... 267 Zee, Heidi ... 355 Zeegen, Erik . . . 320 Zehnder, Thomas ... 241 Zehnder. Timothy . , , 241 Zeledon, Marielena ... 241 Zell, Dennis ... 241 Zell, Holly ... 332 Zemanovic, Jason . . . 272 Zendehdel, Azita ... 267 Zendejas, Leonardo . . . 300 Zeno, Lance ... 89, 241 Zetland, David ... 355 Zhong, Xin Yuang . . . 267 Zielinski, Susan . . . 330 Ziemienski, Mike . . . 299 Ziencina, Enca ... 114, 115 Zilinkas, John ... 89, 310 Zimmerman, Erick . . . 310 Zimmerman, Lesley . . . 338 Zimmerman, Rodney . . . 103 Zimmerman, Suzy. . . 332 Zink, Attila ... 299 Ziomek, Allison . . . 349 Zouloumian, Caroline . . . 241 Zukernick, Maria . . . 345 Zukic. Ines . . . 241 Zumwalt, Jeffrey . . . 241 Zuniga, Ten . . . 257, 448 Zvonec, David . . . 300 A Word from the Editor " Facing the Challenge... " I chose this year ' s theme because I think it ' s a phrase we need to start think- ing about and taking to heart in these changing times. As students at UCLA in the ' 90s, we had to face many challenges everyday - with so many students on campus, we found ourselves everyday presented with different philosophies and different ways of life. Some of them we found discon- certing, others we found downright dis- gusting. Some of us were victims of racism, sexism, or homophobism. Oth- ers struggled financially, academically, or with personal family problems while still aspiring for higher education. We ' ve grown up a little or a lot at UCLA, and usually growing up hurts. And yet we need to challenge ourselves to keep growing, despite the pain it may cause. As an educational system, UCLA also needs to start facing the challenge. And I don ' t mean getting our football team back on track. I mean getting rid of these ridiculously low retention numbers for historically oppressed people. I mean facing the challenge of living up to our broady publicized " committment to diver- sity. " Until the staff and faculty take this committment to heart, UCLA will never be able to become the type of school that it has the potential to be. Yet in the bigger picture, our prob- lems as students seem so trivial. If you watch CNN for just a few moments, it ' s easy to see that just being a Bruin is one of the smallest challenges we will face, and so the battle continues. As commu- nication networks and transportation pos- sibilities have made this world much smaller, we need to think of our responsi- bilities as citizens in the global commu- nity. We need to start protecting the Earth and its resources, and invest some time in trying to solve the problems that plague oppressed peoples such as South Afri- cans and Chinese. We need to look inside ourselves and challenge ourselves to become more understanding, more pa- tient, and more giving. As graduates of UCLA, we need to apply what we have learned, both in and out of class, to making this place we call home a better place to live. I encourage everyone to begin facing that challenge starting to- day, ...and everyday of their life. Thank Yous It ' s been a tough year for so many of us, and now that it ' s over, I want to give sincere thanks to all the people who have worked so hard for Bruin Life. If It wasn ' t for the devoted 1990-91 staff, this book never would have made it. To Terl, thanks for your extra help where it was needed. Look at your ad in the personals! To Nancy, thanks for your layout expertise, your dedication, and for helping me keep my sanity when things got really tough. You were really there to pick up the slack when we needed you. And the layout staff, Muntu, Tricia, Jamie, Stacey, Jenny, Christine, Susan — you guys were weird, but hey, you brightened up the trailer. Many thanks. To the Copy staff — you guys showed me up! Your creative (and sometimes crazy) captions and articles were great. To Kara, Copy is still, and always will be, the backbone of the book! You brought some great visions to this year ' s issue, and because of that, the book is that much better. You ' re a very intelligent, analytical and creative person, and I wish you all the best next year as co-editor. Please know that you can always come to me for help if you need it. Just remember, I ' ve been there, so I ' ll be there again for you and Tess. Paragas! We ' ve worked together for so long, I ' m glad to see that you ' ll be Facing the Challenge (oh please) and stepping up as co-editor. Your years of experience will bring so much to next year ' s issue, that I can ' t wait to see you guys perform. I know the book will be BETTER. Just don ' t lose faith in yourselves; keep building on your visions and Ideas. Don, you gave me no respect but I know that ' s just because deep down mside you were jealous of me. Ha! Thanks for all the laughs , and your hard work. The Sports section never looked so good. Whenever you feel down. ..just think of a baseball for a moment. And be )ust as tough and pink on the inside. ..(oh brother!) Cindi, Lynn, and Lana, thanks for your creativity and eye for beauty. I never could have done as great a job as you three did. Boxes and lines will from now on always be my thing. Ram and Dione, and the entire G G staff, I ' m glad that you guys were around! You dealt with all the problem of Greeks Groups and came out with an attractive section. You all should be proud. To Crazy Max, the Omega stud, thanks for your contributions to the business aspect, and especially for help with payroll. Without you, no one would have ever gotten paid (shudder)! To Chuck, Bruce, Ethan, Sam, Psycho Sunny, Mel, Renee— your gift with the camera brought Brum Life to the level of photographic quality that it should be. Thank you for putting up with all the problems and for letting your work become " Totally Exposed! " Dad, Mom, Joey, and MaryLou, my terriffic family, you guys were the base of my support. From the very beginning, you believed I could do the job, and do it well. Up until the end you let me know that I had special talents to utilize . If it wasn ' t for your encouragement and my weekend retreats home, I would have gone crazy by now. I ' m the luckiest person in the world to have the four of you always there for me. Each one of you contributes to who I am today, and what I have accomplished. I ' m so fortunate to have four role models to always look up to. To the gentlemen of TKE, thanks for proving me wrong about fraternity guys. When I needed help, you were around to give me a brotherly hand. To Anthy, Spock, Richie Rich, and Flungster, thanks for your love, your food and your smiles. To the women of Chi Alpha Delta, thanks for your undying support. Treehouse food made my stomach hurt and my hair smell like grease, but the midday company was always worth it. You women made my college career complete. To the 1989-90 staff of Pacific Ties, thanks for keeping me down with what ' s going on in the Asian Pacific Islander community. And to my mentor, Glenn Omatsu, thank you for your guidance and wisdom. Thanks also goes to our director, Terence Hsiao, and the gang at Delmar: Carol Dukelow, Tom Larson, Frank Meyers, and Todd Klontz (sorry to ruin you honeymoon!) May you all reach your goals, no matter how high they may be. Colophon ' 5 5 . «tif- V f i m ' iAieMW California, Los AS l ; Bruin Lif - was published by ' tFiei« SUCLA Corti " munications Board. ■ ' ,|. f.; " - ; Our publisher is the DelrtiarGom- ., pany in Charlotte, N ' orth Carolrna- Our representatives were " ' f rlri ; Meyers and Tom Larson; our CuF ' tomer Representative was Carol Dukelow. All layouts were produced QSs- PageMaker 4.0i gram omvradWteshSE, II, and lisi jcomputers. , , - - j pfir soecifications of the book fffittHiife office " at ) 825-2640. Editor-in-Chief Clarissa M. Aesquivel Managing Editor Teri Zuniga Business Manager Max Castillo Business Staff Jonathan Akahoshi Special Projects Editor Tess Paragas Layout Editor Nancy A. 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