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T ive i CAiiii t ju mmmB ;Uy- " " ' ' i ' . - ' ' i : ;? 0 ' -l: ' ' i •j.r- M i 1991-1992 BRUIN LIFE THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANCELES VOLUME 73 Copyright 1991-1992 by Ihe ASUCLA CommunicalJon Board on behalt ' ol Bfurii Life. Adrian TABLE OF CONTENTS tew LO$AN0ELE$4 CAMPUS 34 CULTURE 78 CALLERY114 ISSUES 126 " ri ! PROFILES 146 166 ATHLETICS m : ' 206 GROUPS 256 GREEKS I 290 SENIORS 376UNPERORAPS 401 EPILOGUE " College will be the best years of your lite. " That ' s supposed to be a positive statement? It was over before I knew it. And while I was there I didn ' t appreciate it. I came a naive, innocent, optimis- tic, 5 ' 3 " girl. I saw racism, sexism, a starless sky, and poverty. I left an open-minded, sarcastic, skeptical, 5 ' 4 " cynic. And that is a positive statement. From all the bad we saw in UCLA and LA, we gained good. From all the racial tension on campus we gained sensitivity and perspective. From all the white male dominated perspecitves shoved down our throats on campus we gained the ability to spit it right out. From all the conve- niences and laziness that polluted our bodies and our earth we gained inspiration to make things different for our children. For all the poverty that surrounded us we gained under- standing and compassion. But more than anything, what we learned from the problems that plagued our cam- pus and our city, was the knowledge that ignorance is bliss. Yeah, we could have gone to a small, private school in Iowa, with a lily-white student body, in a city of population 500, and with a sky filled with a million stars, but we didn ' t. So what were the " best years of 1 t " - " i ' : - 1:1 our lives " all about? They were about frat row, " pump up the volume! " and what was that horrible smell?; Ackerman movies, and we all wish the seats were more comfortable; earthquakes; Kerckhoft iced cappucinos, searching for seats, ice cream, folk series, and soup in a boule; North Campus at noon, scam central; the Treehouse, instamatic grease; the Bomb Shelter, flies; campus Corner, the Green Gobbler; NOMMO;Together, and their oh-so- scandalous-vagina; Ha ' am; La Gente; Ten Percent; Al Talib; Bruin Walk, accostic; dorm life, now just what is in Fire Station casserole?; apartment life, washing dishes, eating pasta, pasta, pasta and top ramen on an exciting day; scooters, scooters, scooters; Sunset Rec, scam central; the Red Light Affair, who are these women?; sleeping till noon; USAC elections; the arts; the sciences; North vs. South; Homecoming Court, why do they have that anyway?; Free Speech Movement; football games, which I am convinced only alumni and Greeks attend; the enormous amount of Christian societies on campus; hair wraps; Mossimo vs. Stussy; blondes, fake and real; Birckenstocks; a white t-shirt, Girbaud jeans, and a black belt; lines, lines, lines; Coop pizza; Sak ' s; Tacos Tacos; Numero Uno ' s Monday night all-you-can-eat; Mongol ' s, packing the meat down; underground parties; Melrose; Hollywood; Santa Monica 3rd Street Promenade; Venice Beach; Zuma and Malibu; Beverly Hills and Bel-Air; roller blades; Tj; Stratton ' s; Yesterdays; falling in love for the first time; getting drunk; getting stoned (oh how shocking); the Doors; Janet Jackson; NWA; STUDS, which gets 80% of its contestants from UCLA; the Simpson ' s; Saturday Night Live; In Living Color; the media; image, image, image; Clarence Thomas; George Bush; becoming an indi- vidual; and finally, inside jokes. Hey, so this may seem very high schoolesque but give me a break, this is my second all-nighter in a row, and I ' m just doing this for my resume, and you ' re not going to read this anyway. If you are reading this you are either 1 ) on yearbook staff, 2) really bored, or 3) 80 years old. My point is that these were the best years of our lives, and for a lot of us they were only some of the best years of our lives, because what we gained from UCLA gave us direction and inspiration to create lives outside of UCLA void of racism, sexism, heterosexism, pollution, poverty, narrow-mindedness, and boredom. Artwork by E.|. Endler . •r " ?— • ;§ ' ' —• ' ■ " f« . • ,. Hi " -••« • • f LOSANOELES Qct i hXo tcw4 at jut ct ko a , tockeA. aM)u f to iee wVuL viA f. tS e w-ut J. Ltowi... 10 Adrian 11 Adrlcin 12 Adrian 13 14 Adrian Sung 15 Sung 16 I Adrian I DOWNTOWN Adrian 19 20 I 21 CHINATOWN I I Adriiin 22 Sung 23 24 bung 25 HOLLYWOOD Piiragas 27 28 MELROSE iiragas 29 VENICE AtllMH 30 Adrian Adrian 31 Adiiiin 32 I Adrian 33 34 VVeinier 35 " I SuiJVe ' K€V€ tet -fh i A )ctii 38 Weimer . 39 40 UCLA 24 use 21 Beat $C Week VVeinui J Weimer Sung 41 WESTWOOD 42 43 HOMECOMING i P M ' T X-M .If v ' 3»J V I C. ? MEOCAL »1 MTEO 11 t o p rtefc 44 ii bung bung 45 46 J Sung Sunn MARDI GRAS 4 7 48 bantibanes 49 50 K ' . .: ' » ■ « : lil ' vitk .i ' - 1» 9 H ( ■ . . -ii B KSI K ipni Bj F " PH P n ii H 91 B ' PHI 1 V -« ' ' ' " l l 1 Aclruin 52 53 54 56 Weinier 57 Mirand.i 58 Adrian 59 Weimer 60 I Weimer 61 62 Weimer 63 64 1 )(f r JM Adrian Aclricin 65 Sum; 66 67 68 il Sung 69 70 71 NOT GUILTY, NOT GUILTY, On March 3, 1991 a Los Angeles citizen was pulled over on a routine speeding violation. Fifty-seven blows and four not guilty verdic I •I ) ' " ; later, the Rodney King beating was the straw that broke the camel ' s back. On Wednesday, April 29, 1 992 at the corner of Florence an fl " " ' " ' Normandie in South Central L.A. the riots protests of 1 992 erupted. The next five days saw a mesmirizing mix of protests, beatings, looting f arson, and death. Over 50 people died and over 1 ,000 fires were set. The National Guard was called in Thursday night and were deployed ' " Friday morning. Army and Marine troops were told to stand by. Mayor Bradley imposed a sunrise sunset curfew in the city of L.A. Thursda ' ■ ' " ' through Sunday. Other cities in L.A. County followed suit in hopes of squelching the violence. In Westwood, stores were looted, but w B ' - ' other incidents were reported, and the campus was closed Friday through Sunday. Students of all color rallied together to protest the verdic I ifff ' " The rioters were from all walks of life: red, black, white, and yellow; men, women, children; professionals and blue collar workers. Duriiv, M- ' ' ' debate over the causes of the riots, some believed them to be a form of protest while one broadcaster termed the weekend a " hooligan ' " " " I™ " Right: Angry protestors destroy an information booth in a Los Angeles Police Department parking lot. The booth was eventually set on fire by the protestors. Bottom: A protestor shouts, " No Justice, No Peace " at police officers. Opposite Page: Bedro Arias (older man with glasses) vies for a peace of the American flag in order to bum it in symbolic protest of the Rodney King criminal trial verdict. X k ' » ' ' i).« r. mm NOT GUILTY, NOT GUILTY loliday. " Many cited the riots, which quickly spread across the nation, as the seeds to a new civil rights movement and the catalyst to an pset tor incumbent President Bush in the fall election. President Bush called the urban war the result of Democratic welfare programs, while ■residential candidate Bill Clinton pointed the finger at the Reagan Bush era. Whatever the cause and whatever one ' s views on the riots one ;sue remains: something is wrong in urban America. Until society begin housing, feeding, educating, employing, and treating people as quals, in spirit as well as letter, the physical and symbolic violence experienced during the riots will continue. Bruin Life regrets that the book is late due to the riots, but we felt compelled to cover the L.A. Riots Protests of 1 992. More importantly, e regret not being able to cover the riots more extensively, including the presence of the National Guard and the overwhelming clean-up ffort. Above all. Bruin Life wishes to emphasize the rainbow of protest and the frustration of the protesters rather than the violence. We o not condone violence of any kind but do feel general media coverage has ignored the underlying civil rights aspect of the issue. % K i 74 I FREE SPEECH MOVEMENT HEMP RALLY 76 77 I O ' Dea 78 ' i O ' Dea 79 CULTURE - v ; ' fyAy JkU Cut cfj. -»«v«fv. " 3 Sung 82 Campus Events Concerts Dread Zeppelin 83 Campus Events Concerts Eleven 84 ■ Cultural Affairs « Concerts Che VVeimer 85 Cultural Affairs Concerts Popa Blow Torch 86 I Campus Events campus bvents g Concerts No Doubt Miranda Miranda 87 r --- psBaiss y i Wei ma Morrissey came and went. Quickly. When Morrissey told the Pauley Pavillion crowd that they didn ' t need to stay in their seats, conceil goers rushed the stage, trampling any who stood in their way. Morrissey was pulled from the stage by security guards as fans leapt onto th stage in hopes of merely touching the idol of the alternative music world. Morrissey never returned to the stage and never offered to refur the tickets that were, in the end, only worth four songs and a riot. Concerts Morrissey 88 1 Presentations Dalai Lama 89 90 The Performing Arts Parsons Dance Company 91 Commedienne Sdndra Bernhard 92 ■n» The Performing Arts UCLA ' s Center for the Performing Arts enter tor the Pertorming Arts Koch 93 The Performing Arts 94 Krunui 95 The Performing Arts 96 Pltilij} CLisf: - " Hydrogen lukebo " 97 Campus Events Speakers Mercedes Reuhle Academy Award Winner - Best Supporting Actress for her role in the The Fisher King 98 Lynda Obst Producer - The Fisher King O ' Dea 99 Leslie Nielsen Tullli I 100 i Anthony Hopkins Speakers 1 CamDUS Events Campus Events 101 President of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic - Vaclav Havel Speakers 102 Speakers Suns Hundreds of undocumented students protest in Meyerhoff Park. The students are permanent residents in California but because they are undocumented residents, they are required to pay out- of state reg tees. They claim this is unfair treatment. No changes were made in the tuition requirements in 1 991 - 1 992 for these students. Undocumented Students Protest Protests 104 Sung 105 Protests The 1 9th anniversary of Roe v. Wade i 106 O ' Dea 107 Speakers " The Simpsons " CartoonistMattCioening, creator, writer, and animator of the highly successful prime time, animated sit-com, " The Simpsons, " speaks to students in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. Joining Croening was the voice of Bart Simpson, Nancy Cartwright; and animator, Sam Simons. All three are graduates of UCLA. 108 Tullll 109 I «l OALLERY T wc iXJ- A,Oe 4 ,t ■fy-eeA. o t -♦KO e i . T wcniJ. A.C€4 t ' Kee KOte :o )t, ty xyu. cteve . ILe wc iA Kee -HvOrc PixoiitH, -fKOre Mc a iX4 ... 112 Yasuko Ogino 113 Tija Zamparelli 114 115 Kyhiera Miller I 116 E.J. Endler 117 I 118 Ben Edwards 119 120 ' »..• --■ r h! - ' L ■ Bi Peter Hamilton 121 ■Hw " Three sisters, their mother and their lovers " ( ' 9 1 7 in series) 122 " Three sisters, their mother and their lovers " ( ' 91 1 in series) Donna Tracy 123 r-- — ■ ■•■■■ " - v ' lU— ' •- . , ' ' r ' i - ,1 Chris O ' Dea 124 Jean Lee 126 E.J.Endler 127 Clarence Thomas and the future of Roe v. Wade ill " This is a battle. A battle over our bodies, our lives, our privacy. We cannot let the Supreme Court decide whether or not we can make our own decisions. We cannot let a small group of radicals bully the government into legislating our personal rights! " -UCLA Alumna Christine Johns. Roe V. Wadeln 1 973 struck down state abortion laws as a violation of privacy in the woman ' s decision as to whether or not to terminate her pregnancy. According to Justice Blackmun ' s decision, government interference with abortion was unconstitutional during the first 3 months of pregnancy; during the next 3 months the state may regulate to the extent that bears reasonable relation to protection of maternal health; in the last three months the state could bar abortions. The current efforts to overturn Roe v. Wadewou Id set the Pro-Choice movemen back 30 years. The last thirty years have seen Pro-Choice women and men take unheard of strides toward their goal: they fought for the right to choose work in the domestic realm or work outside of the home in an historically male-dominated world. Now, manyarefightingforanother choice. Women, now more than ever, are ready to fight for the right to decide when and if they want to have children. If Roe V. Wade is overturned, the poor and disadvantaged will be hardest hit. Middle and upper class women will be able to bear the expense of travelling to states and countries that offer safe and legal abortions. Whatever the outcome, there will still be doctors here who are willing, for a high price, to perform this task. The right to have an abortion is so individual, it seems illogical and unfair that 8 men and only 1 woman have the power to make this decision for millions of women. Until the U.S. can make every father pay all their child support payments, until all the children in foster care and adoption agencies have loving homes. and until prenatal health care and adoption is available to all expectant mothers, it would seem that the government has no right to say that every child conceived must be carried to term. It is fair to assume that abortions will not cease to exist even i Roev. Wac e is overturned. If this occurs abortions will most likely be performed in unsanitaryand unsafe conditions, creating health hazards for the patients. The first step, in what seems to be a strong effort to prevent women from aborting their fetus, was the " gag rule " . A Reagan administration ban on abortion counseling at federally funded clinics was upheld in 1991. But some believe the restrictions were based on political rather than medical considerations. The gag rule literally gagged doctors, nurses, and medical assistants. They were restricted in what they could and could not recommend to their pregnant patients. They were required to repeat the following statement: " The project does not consider abortion an appropriate method of family planning and therefore does not counsel or refer for abortion. " " Emergency care " , or life threatening emergencies, are exceptions to the gag rule: yet diabetes, congenital heart disease, and multiple sclerosis are risky, but not life threatening. Tay-Sachs or Al DS pregnancies often resu It in a handicapped or dying babies, and if a doctor sees a problem and does not describe all the options, he or she is liable for a malpractice or " wrongful life " suit. The " gagrule " may be eliminated in 1992. Some women feel the effort to outlaw abortions reflects a mindset that women are emotionally incapable of hand ling the responsibility of making decisions affecting their bodies. Pro-Choice advocates contend that the ruling handed down in the 1973 Roe v. Wadecasewas not duetocourt liberalism but rather the efforts of Pro-Choice women and men all over the nation. Again in 1992 Pro-Choice women and men will be ' t ■■ 1 i lllh i x% ' 130 All .irticles represent a majority o[)iiiion ol llie BruJn Lilf [ Botird. Tht ' V do not reflect the views ot tlie sttitt or tlie ASUCLA t onmnitiir atioiis Board. They do not rcl ' ler t the views ol the University ot Calilorni.i, iiriiin l.iteromplieswithComilujilicationBotird ' spoliryiJroliibitini ' thetJuliliratioil ol artic k ' S that perpetuate derogatory cultural or ethnic stereotypes. called upon to fight for the right. Pro-Life women and men are also gearing up for the fight for the right to life in June. They ask, " where do we draw line; " ' They fear that someday in the future technology will allow doctors to abort at nine months, and the possible motives for these kind of third tri-mester pregnancies worry them. For instance, science isfinding that there could be a possible differences in genetic make-upbetween heterosexuals and homosexuals. Pro-Life advocates see a day when parents might abort a child who doesn ' t m atch their preferences. Pro-Choice supporters refute these beliefs by re-interating the emotionally difficulty faced by a woman who decides to have an abortion, rejecting the idea that abortions would be performed for such trivial reasons. For other Pro-Life advoccates though, any abortion, for any reason, at any time in the pregnancy is simply murder with a different name. Of course, as in every movement the individuals involved have extremely varying and diverse bel iefs on the subject. The Roe v. Wade battle reached a fevered pitch as theconfirmationof Justice Clarence Thomas to the United States Supreme Court exploded. Thomas was nominated by President Bush to occupy thespace left open when Justice Thurgood Marshall announced hisretirement. Bush ' s nomination of Thomas was immediately plagued by trouble, as Bush was accused of nominating Thomas on the basis of color, not experience. Manyblackactivist groups also charged that Thomas had never done anyth i ng for h i s own people ' s benefit, and that Thomas was a " token black. " Women ' s rights groups were angered by the Thomas nomination, since Thomas ' conservative opinions were not specifically spel led out on the su bjects of abortion and other women ' s rights issues. If abortion ceases to be federally protected, it will be up to the women of each state to push to protect the right to choose. L.A. Times - by permission 131 1 1 132 Gay Rights Movement Somewhere along the way, one ' s sexual orientation or preference became a factor of one ' s value in society. Should all the intellectual contributions of the ancient Greeks be discounted because they engaged in homosexual activity? The lack of respect granted gay issues as compared to minority concerns at UCLA is evidenced by the lack of attention paid to fliers posted around campus in December by the Blue Boys which advocated castration and death to all homosexuals. Indeed, gay issues are not getting the attention or support many other minority groups receive. Problems around campus for homosexuals include being banned from married student housing, lack of a gay and lesbian resource center, and bias in faculty hiring standards. With bias crimes against homosexuals on the rise, gay rights leaders are demanding that police not only provide more protection but hire gay cops and offer sensitivity training to law enforcement. However, the combative tactics of Act Up and Queer Nation such as biting officers and claiming they have AIDS have alienated many cops. This is not the only cause for alarm. Crimes of prejudice are on the rise: in six major cities, bias crimes against homosexuals jumped by 42 percent between 1 989 and 1 990. In 1 990, 1 ,588 bias incidents were reported to the Naional Cay and Lesbian Task Force; in the same six cities, police departments reported only 265. The trial testimony of Milwaukee serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer proved that there is bias from those in law enforcement. Police had returned a naked 14-year-old Laotian boy to Dahmer in what they considered " a boyfriend-boyfriend thing " although the boy had clearly been injured. As a result of police error, Dahmer later killed the boy. Governor Pete Wilson ' s invitation to speak at UCLA ' s law school soon after his veto of Assembly Bill 101 , the bill which would have made discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation illegal, demonstrates the university ' s insensitivity toward its gay community. The subsequent turnout of over 100 demonstrators at a rallyoutsidethe law school during pouring rain indicates the deep-seated conviction of the gay community. " We ' re a group that is consistently marginalized, " Konrad Kemper points out, and they are tired of being ignored. While Americans treasure their right to choice and their right to live as they chose, they refuse to support a gay man or woman ' s right to live as he or she chooses. Even biological science has attempted to undermine homosexuality. Simon Le Vay of the Salk Institute reported that one section in the brain of homosexual men is less than half the size of heterosexual men. However, the medical community has not whole-heartedly endorsed his findings. Le Vay ' s results leave a chicken- and-egg question: Does a small hypothalamus cause homosexuality or does homosexuality shrink the hypothalamus? When does this occur, before birth or after? In fact, are Le Vay ' s findings valid at all? To conclude that homosexuality has only biological origins is too simplistic an explanation. All the homosexual community is asking for is understanding, and that will not come with the present leadership in the university, the business world, or the state and national government. It wants the community not to shun, not to endorse, but to accept it without prejudice. Choosing a way of life is personal, and is not one that needs anyone ' s moral or ethical approval. Cris Adrian 133 The Greek System: Why ask why? There ' s no avoiding the Greeks. They are in every class, in every lounge, on every student committee. Wherever you look, there are alphas, deltas, kappas, and sigmas on sweatshirs, T-shirts, and signs on campus. The pages of the Daily Bruin classifieds would not be the same without ads for parties and little sister activities. Of all the non-academic activities at UCLA, perhaps none is more historical, influential, and controversial than the Greek system. The fifty-four sororities and fraternities represented on campus are composed of hundreds of members of either sex that are chosen by a selective system known as " rush " — a process that seems to seek out some uncertain quality. Probably as diverse as the selection of Greek organizations and their members are the variety of opinions that abound regarding the validity and appropriateness of their existence at UCLA and the university system. In order to understand many of the practices of the Greek organizations and their recognition by the university, it is important to acknowledge the historic roles of these social clubs at universities around the United States. The majority of the sororities and fraternities were originally founded in the 1800s at campuses in the East and Midwest. They were established at UCLA in the 1 930s and 40s. Much of their original doctrine was very idealistic and spiritual in nature, a reflection of the ideology of that time, but a far cry from the negative stereotypes of Greeks in the eighties as amoral, beer and goldfish- swallowing jocks or superficial, unintelligent, anorexic blondes. Indeed, it has been the necessary evolution of the system to adjust to changing times; yet these present chal lenges make it a frequent target of criticism. A majority of UCLA students will at some point in their university career make contact with the Greek system, for better or for worse. Some may have a perpetually hungover lab partner whose wardrobe seems to consist only of fraternity party T-shirts. Others may interact with Greeks at philanthropy events or in student government, and many students will join a fraternity or sorority. Their influence and many of their traditions are now being confronted and scrutinized for the first time, more than a hundred years after their advent. The popularity of Greek organizations grew steadily and peaked in the early sixties, then suffered a major lull in the " Hippie Era, " only to come back during the affluent " feel good " years of the eighties. Now, in the politically correct era of the nineties, the very existence of the system has come under fire — Why? Some critics claim that the system is elitist and even racist in nature. Earlier in our nation ' s history it was deemed acceptable and even natural for people to affiliate only with others of their social standing. With UCLA touting the most diverse, integrated campus in the country, an activity recognized and sponsored by the university that doesn ' t reflect that same tolerance and diversity will eventually be called into question. Traditionally, the campus fraternities and sororities have been very segregated: Asian-Americans have one set of houses, African-Americans another, and Caucasian studentstheirown houses as well. This is an obvious hypocrisy and a major blow to the melting pot and diversity claims of the university; perhaps these students of different ancestries mingle in class and the library but it would seem that on a social level, little has changed since the days before the dawn of multiculturalism. Equally fierce as the accusations of elitism and segregation in the Greek system have been concerns regarding the safety of many of their practices in light of the era of lawsuits and sexually-transmitted diseases. Soaring insurance costs and a panicky university have provoked a strong 134 Ki);hl: Tho Zela Zeta Zela Pledge Class.. .a pleasant I onthinalion of spontaneous and girlish behavior tempered by a mature approach to the unique l roblems of contemporary college students. UCLA " southern Campus, 1 962 reaction against many traditional " hazing " and " boozing " activities. The AIDS scare and the increasingly scary statistics of date rape are also provoking an evolution in Greek culture and attitudes regarding sexuality. While some fraternities and sororities have taken the initiative to implement educational programs on rape prevention, drug and alcohol abuse, and cooperation with the homosexual and underrpresented groups on campus, there are still many houses that run the risk of being a liability to the UCLA community ratherthan an asset. Phi Kappa Psi fraternity added fresh evidence when a songbook containing sexually explicit lyrics that are considered sexist and offensive was discovered in the mailbox of the UCLA feminist newsmagazine, Together . The controversy was picked up by major newspapers, television stations and the writers of " Designing Women " expressed interest in dedicating an episode to the issue. In addition, the fraternity Theta Xi was punished by the university for writing sexual ly expl icit phrases of the same nature of Phi Psi ' s songbook lyrics on the side of a Winnebago bound for Northern Cal. Some Greek system proponents claim that these incidents are not exclusive to these specific fraternties and that the houses have benn used by the university as sacrificial lambs in order to appease angy groups on campus. They also argue that the issues have been sensationalized by the student media. As UCLA and all of its organizations head into this new decade, the Greek system will undoubtedly face some readjustments as attitudes change. The Greek system wi 1 1 be ca I led upon to evolve with the changes of the times and utilize their influence to become a catalyst for positive social change throughout the larger university community. As rush numbers plummet the Greek system will be forced to re-evaluate their validity and their role on a university campus. UCLA Southern Canipu! , IVb 135 No one wants to see a loved one or a friend die of AIDS. It is not a easy way to die. But when it is a celebrity that is loved by one and all, the tragedy takes on an ironic twist — they are supposed to be untouchable. Oh, how the mighty have fallen. The shocking news came November 14, when Los Angeles Laker star guard Earvin " Magic " Johnson announced that he had to retire from professional basketbal I because he had tested HIV positive. This will eventually leadsto AIDS, or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. He took th is seeming sense of untouchabi I ity away from us, saying " it can happen to anybody, even me. Magic Johnson. " Take heart, however, because he has vowed to fight hard, stay strong in his heart and mind, and become a spokesman for those with AIDS. Johnson hopes that his message of practicing " safe sex " will reach the whole world, and especially the black community, which has been hard hit with thousands of new AIDS cases every year. Some people are hoping that Magic ' s appea I wi 1 1 help break down the resistance to AIDS education that many professionals say exists. According to a recent article in Newsweek , many African-Americans have viewed AIDS and HIV as a " white, male, homosexual disease " and have resisted any type of AIDS education. Still the National AIDS Hotline lit up with 40,000 phone calls on the day of Johnson ' s announcement, instead of the usual 3,800. At the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, AIDS-related calls, which usually average 200 per hour, jumped to 10,000 in a single hour on Thursday night. Certainly the macho world ofsportswill never be the same. When the Lakers played their next game at home, they invited an AIDS support and information group to set up a display and hand out information. Shares of Carter- Wallace, Inc., the maker of Trojan condoms, were up $3 on Johnson ' s 136 Magic Johnson and the fight against AIDS announcement that he would be a sate sex spokesperson. Magic has accumulated the most impressive group of statistics in NBA history: NBA Most Valuable Player, 1 987, 1989, 1990; Named to All-NBA First Team, 1983-1991; Playoff MVP, 1980, 1982, 1987; All-Star Came MVP, 1990, 1991; Member of NBA championship teams, 1980, 1985, 1987, 1 988; All-time assists leader (9,921); Led NBA in assists, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987; Led NBA in steals, 1981 and 1982; Led NBA in free-throw percentage, 1989; Holds all-time NBA playoff record for most assists; Shares NBA playoff-game record for most assists (24) and most assists in one half (15); Holds championship-series-game records for most assists (21), most assists in one half (1 4), and shares record for most assists in one quarter (8); Holds All-Star game record for career assists and assists in one game (22); Member of NCAA championship team, 1979. There will never be another player in the game of basketball to match this record. Johnson made his decision to retire, despite the fact that since he hasn ' t developedfull-blown AIDS, he could have easily kept playing basketball. However, stressful physical exertion from the rigorous scheduleof professional basketball would have put Johnson at a higher risk of coming down with AIDS sooner, and he decided that the risk was just too great. However, Magic did manage to play in the 1992 NBA All-Star game, and was named the game ' s Most Valuable Player with 25 points, 9 assists, and 5 rebounds. He also plans to play in the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, although he was named to the team before he discovered that he had the HIV virus. To add insult to injury, the Australian team doctor alerted the International OlympicCommitteethat their basketball team would not play the United States team with Magic Johnson on it. This was all quickly denied by Australian Sunny Sung officials, but it is an indicator of the fear that still remains in those who do not know the facts about AIDS. Magic Johnson ' s contraction of the HIV virus is contrary to many stereotypes which surround the AIDS dilemma. Many people assume that homosexuals are the only people to " get " the disease, but a Newsweek statistical analysis has shown that only 58.6% of AIDS cases are patients that are homosexual or bisexual. A large group of AIDS sufferers are heterosexual i ntravenous drug user, who comprise 22.4 percent of those who have AIDS. The rest of those suffering from AIDS include heterosexuals, those who contracted the disease from transfusions, hemophiliacs, and male homosexual drug users; 3.7 percent are undetermined. On February 1 6, 1 992, Magic ' s number 32 jersey was retired during halftime ceremonies. With the Boston Celtics looking on, it took its place along side the jerseys of KareemAbdul-Jabbar, Jerry West, WiltChamberlain,and Elgin Baylor. These words were used to describe Johnson: " The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. " History will judge him on what he does from this moment on. Did he use his clout to help, or did he just quit? Critics regarding Johnson ' s condition are divided. Few bel ieve that it had to take a heterosexual hero to put AIDS into a national perspective, encompassing all groups. Johnson has changed his plea from " safe sex " to abstinence. AIDS, however, still needs to adressed in the socio-political arena; it is ironic that AIDS was never mentioned during the Reagan administration. AIDS was and is still believed by many to be a homosexual or IV drug-user disease. Johnson ' s admission to having the virus makes it a universal disease that needs investigation, not intimidation. 137 138 Oakland Fire Tragedy One of the most frightening and damaging natural disasters to hit California in 1991 was the Berkeley hills fire. On October 27th, the fire devestated part of Oakland, and caused a Shockwave that reached the UCLA campus, because so many students are from the Bay area. Many rushed home to see if they could help their families save some of their cherished belongings. Sadly, most of those who made it home could only stand by and watch their homes collapse to the ground. The fire was especially demoralizing for residents who had only two years ago suffered through an incredibly destructive earthquake. The human toll was frightening: 24 dead, 1 7 missing and 1 50 injured. At least 1 people were buried alive in their cars. There was also $1.5 billion in damage, including more than 3,354 homes and apartments destroyed. The Red Cross workers grasped for comparisons to this tragedy. One said Beirut, another mentioned Saigon. With the fire blazing so quickly through the hills, virtually no one had time to rescue belongings. New Mercedeses, Saabs, and BMWs looked as if they had been firebombed, and were worth about $50 in scrap. Pet owners combed the area, searching for missing dogs and cats that had panicked in the confusion. The flames started Sunday morning, the day before, as a small grass fire near the site of an illegally constructed cabin. Transients have been caught igniting huge fires to keep warm during the chilling Bay Area nights. TheOakland Fire Department put out the brush fire and periodically rechecked the area. There were complaints because the fire department did not post a 24-hour watch to make sure the fire did not rekindle. In addition, air support, includingwater-droppinghelicoptorsand airplanes, was not called in until itwastoo late and the fire was totally out of control. Fire Chief Lamont Ewell answered the criticism by insisting it would not have mattered, since the fire expanded so abruptly and the winds were so severe. The natural tendency of the Berkeley hills to have fires was one of the major problems in puttingthe fire out. People had to think quickly to survive; one family hid in their pool with the tarp over their head to keep out the choking fumes. Another problem that added to the tragedy were the wood shingle rooftops that the Berkeley hills residents had on their houses. These shingles had been denounced by many firefighters to be dangerous because they catch fire very easily. Most residents with wood shingle roofs insisted on keeping them despite the danger, because they said the wood shingles are more attractive to the eye than other types of rooftops. But, according to the Oakland Fire Chief, the roofs with wood shingles caved in without much resistance. Roofs with tiles were less likely to add to the holocaust. Even if people were able to attempt to get out of their homes, these dangerous rooftops fell inward quite easily, causing injuries to homeowners and firemen. The enormous damage caused by the Berkeley hills fire made many Southern California residents very nervous about the possibility of such a fire here, especially with the drought conditions continue to worsen. The best advice that fire fighters could offer was the same advice that they had been trying to give all along — be prepared, have a plan of getting out of the house in case of afire, clear any tall brush away from the property, and eliminate the use of wood shingle roofs. There is now a movement in the California legislature to ban the use of the wood shingles in the building of new houses. FHopefully, other California residents who wish to build new homes will realize that the aesthetic dimension of a house is not as important as the safety of their children and their families. 139 I ' M AGAINST POLITICAL CORRECTNESS BECAUSE IT ROBS ME OF MY RIGHTS I DON ' T AGREE WITH PC BECAUSE OF ITS SELF-RIGHTEOUS NAME. I ' MiAlNS CORR] HINDE IT APP] IS,] CtlEC POOlAl 140 NST POLITICAL NESS BECAUSE IT COMMUNICATION I iPPIilS, IT ' S POLITICALLY chect to reject ?0i13al correctness Are you Politically Correct? Your term paper on the NAACP is covered in red ink. The main criticism offered by your teaching assistant is your use of the terms " black, " " colored, " and " negro. " The words " African-American " are substituted in each instance. You had never considered these words to be incorrect. You approach a friend, who is black, and ask her if she prefers the term " African-American " . " I ' m Jamaican, " she replies. Political Correctness, also known as PC: is this a battle of good versus evil, sensitivity versus indoctrination, social awareness versus censorship or a witch hunt, with the minds ofthe young and the learned asthe targets. Philosophically, PC has placed the right to freedom of speech below the guarantee of equal protection under the law. To become politically correct, one must consciously self-edit every sentence one speaks. The most troubling aspect of PC, especially in the university, is that tolerance is now being imposed rather than taught, and that " progress " is often just the replacement of one repressive orthodoxy by another. PC attempts to raise one ' s social consciousness. One goal is to eliminate prejudice, the petty sort as well as the greatest injustices such as the teaching of Western European inteilectualism as the central history of civilization. Becoming aware ofthe history of American society, its intolerance, its repeated incidences of minority subjugation, and its misconceptions, is a primary goal of the PC movement. Yet, in doing so, PC urges that discrimination be abolished to the extent that one no longer notices the difference between people. PC can be taken to such an extent that it ignores cultural heritage. PC requires one to change rather than simply to broaden one ' s mind. In its urgencyforcultural awareness, it becomes a forum for censorship. PC also defeats its own purpose by ignoring the differences which have made America the melting pot of the world. Discrimination can take on the positive connotations of distinctiveness ifhistory is understood and the uniqueness of people is celebrated rather than suppressed. In its effort to enlighten, PC opens up a range of ideas previously ignored. Handicapped people, formerly recognized only for their disabilities, are now acknowledged as human beings that are " differently abled " , or able to overcome physical obstacles in ways otherthan what is commonplace. Females can use the term " womyn " totakeaway any reference to sexual subordination. Asians are no longer addressed as Oriental, a title ascribed to them as a counter-culture to western civilization. However, in addressing these issues, PC assumes its position to be the correct position. That there should be any such concept as a correct opinion undermines the entire purpose of discourse. To allow room for discussion is to open one ' s mind to new, different, and provocative ideas. PC does not al low for such a broad scope of thought. Since the rise of the PC movement, many issues have been raised and challenged, some with greatsocial impact, and others dismissed as seemingly ludicrous. If PC has emphasized nothing else, it isthatany issueaboutwhichanyone is concerned is a legitimate subject for discussion. Do we threaten public education and the goal of an university education — the chance to think, talk, and act, free of restrictions by others — by allowing PC to guide us? As society evolves, controversial issues arise. PC has brought some of them to light and given people something to think about. However, individuals must at least be left the option of how to think if not what to think about. Sintest-Tatsuya Ishida, UCLA cartoonist 141 Communism is dead. The iron curtain has been withdrawn. The Red menace is gone... or is it? With the secession of republics once a part of the indomitable Soviet Union and the failed coup d ' etat attempt by Russian hard-liners, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics should be renamed the Union of Soviet Capitalist Republics. Indeed, the once archenemy of the United States has become its young fraternal protege. No longer a dominion of espionage, injustice, and persecution, the USSR is a born-again nation. The renewed leadershipof Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin has already resulted in the reformation of the KGB, the Red Army, and the entire economic system. The newsmagazine " 60 Minutes " was invited to tour the former torture chambers of the KGB, the Red Army is planning to cut its size and conscript term of service, and the International Monetary Fund is sending economists to its new associate member to help establish a free-market economy. The Cold war is over. At least, the U.S. government seems to think so. The Pentagon no longer portrays Soviet power as a despicable menace. U.S. nuclear bombers on first-stage alert for 30 years have been relaxed. However, the fear and hatred bred by the Cold War will take more than Pentagon assessments and relaxed, but not eliminated, nuclear missiles to quell. The Cold War brought the Red Scare and the anti-communist mentality to the U.S. It was an ideology propagandized by an over-zealous government that cannot be easily erased simply because that same government now tells its people to do so. The drama which unfolds in the Soviet Union clearly indicates that something incredulous is going on, and the U.S. must adapt itself. However, like the journalist who toured the KGB torture chambers , the American people will for generations feel a tinge of fear, anger, and distrust when greeted by 142 The Fall of the Soviet Empire iheirtriendsin Russia. Despitethegrowing U.S. Sovietalliance, a litetimeof American propaganda is as difficult to overcome as theechoingcriesofKGB political prisoners is to silence. To the countries once under Soviet rule, such as Lithuania, the breakup has brought to them a metaphorical " plot " with which to build their house of freedom but not the instructions with which to build. Faced with feelings of both utter joy and chaos, they stand confused and afraid of the challenges that await them. For the opponents of the coup, the Soviet Communist breakup is a beacon of light which has not only shed support to their struggles, but opened up their wounded hearts, pervasive dreams, and oppressed freedoms for all mankind to see. And with all eyes upon them, they can exhibit to the world and to themselves what they need, what they want, and what they deserve as human beings of this world. To the United States, what does all of this mean? Perhaps to some it means one more ally we can add to the tally list. To others, it may mean mean an unwelcome, shady country that has suddenly become our " friend. " Stil I others see it is a blessing, a triumph of equality and freedom in which capitalism had challenged communism and emerged victorious. But what about to us, the students of UCLA, a dynamic microcosm in this complex world? It was probably the most significant eventofthis last decadeofthe20th century. The Second Russian Revolution may becomejustanotherchapter in a textbook, so we must grasp history and give future generations the unbiased truth; only then will they not repeat our mistakes. We can be comforted by the fact that our posterity may not look with dread at the Russian military complex our leaders hate and, unfortunately, our children fear so much. Instead, look at Russia as a nation of people who remained in a state of suppression for so long that tears. L.A. Times - by permission bitterness, a triumph of will, and a desire for world peace and unity burst forth like a rollingfire that could not beextinguished. It was so strong that the Second Revolution incredibly toppled the foundations built by Lenin, burning to the ground the idea of human suppression. As the year progressed, the new Commonwealth of Independent States took dramatic form. All indications leaned toward the U.S. taking Boris Yeltsin as a linear descendant of Gorbachev and the C.I.S. as if it were the old Soviet Union with a different name. But the American ambivalenceandoveremphasison stability threateded the prospoects for peace, because they could rekindle the Russian Republic ' s historical tendencies toward domination. Yeltsin has tried to spur reform by freeing price controls in favor of capitalistic market forces, hoping to stimulate production in the process. He hopes the economy can be stabilized in two years — but will the current political structure last in the face of astronomical inflation and citizen unrest? The term " new world order " is highly presumptuous because it assumes that Russia is no longer a significant actor in the world. There are practical disagreements over nuclear weapons, the Black Sea Fleet, and conventional forces still stationed in other republics. And yet, the fall of the USSR is not a victory for multi-party democracy and free enterprise; these are alien ideas that have not yet taken root in a country that until last year depended on central government control. Now all that is left is a backward, politically weak, and economically chaotic coaltion. Russia is now seen as a teetering i ehemoth with the potential to destabi i ize two continents. Its future lies in the hands of the West, especially the G-7 nations that could, together, start the Russians on the road to recovery. The Soviet Union tried to spread communism — now the U.S. must try to spread democracy. 143 The Environment Dykstra Hall. On a clear clay, you can sit on the seventh floor and see the Pacific Ocean. However, the infamous L.A. smog can sometimes swarm around Santa Monica, making visibility practically zero. For years now, people have been talking about the gradual depletion of the ozone, the greenhouse effect, the waning of our natural resources. In the early 1 980s, the United States waged a war against pollution and vowed to protect the environment. George Bush went as far as to call himself " the environment President " . Ecology clubs throughout the nation crusaded to save Mother Earth. But the deforestation of the Amazon basin continues, destroying nearly one million acres of fertile land every year. Such blatant destruction of our planet ' s resources raises the question: Are we losing this fight? According to the Center for the Study of Environment and Society, many Southern Californians consider the problem significant, but they are not actively doing something about it. The problem can be attributed to man ' s selfish nature: he ' s irresponsible and neglects the deterioration of his habitat. We need to reevaluate our roles and make a conscious effort to educate, conserve, and recycle. The most obvious role UCLA plays in environmental issues is as an educator. The Department of Geography premiered an undergraduate Environment Studies major last fall. The School of Engineering and Applied Science has a consortium of two dozen faculty members working on thirty projects with various conservation angles; this consortium makes up the Center for Clean Technology. Meanwhile, engineers from the Engineering Research Center for Hazardous Substances are building more efficient liquid waste incinerators to accommodate 60% of the liquid waste produced in the U.S. This year, UCLA ' s Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies made the news when it 144 issued a recommendation for an electrical car industry. At the graduate level, students are able to study about the environment through the School of Public Heath and the Civil Engineering departments. One such class, taught by Dr. Perrine from Civil Engineering, was given a project to design a landfill that would deliver waste from Los Angeles by rail. Already, L.A. County has solicited a waste-management company to transport waste to a site outside the county via railway. Marcia Torbin, a graduate student in environmental health science, is in favor of this project: " It is extremely difficult to find a waste site because of the population. ..people have the classic ' not in my backyard ' syndrome. " But as our landfills start to fill up, our solution should not be to dump it further and further away. People need to recycle on a larger scale to decrease the amount of trash filling up our landfills. The UCLA recycling program is still going strong. From October, 1989 to 1991, almost 380 tons of paper were recycled through this program. This year, the program introduced new recycling opportunities such as the recycling of plastic photo containers and empty laser printertoners cartridges. ThenewASUCLA Food Service polystyrene recycling program aimstodivert 80% offood service waste into recyclable plastic. Furthermore, ASUCLA carries recycled products in brands such as Eaton, Earthbound, and Earthsmart. lust buying post-consumer recycled waste would help the crusade. Most counties ofCalifornia has adopted a recycling program aimed at making people recycle their trash at home. Also, measures have been taken within the past two years to conserve water because of the on-going drought situation here. Hopefully, forthe welfare of mankind and nature, we will continue on this path of actively finding ways to help our planet. The situation is grave. Sinfest-Tatsuya Ishida, UCLA cartoonist 145 Robert Daliek Professor Robert Dallek ' s warm smile and casual manner belies the sheer magnitudeofhisintellectandhisexpertise in American history and foreign policy. His classes are some of the hardest to enroll in, and students who never had a desire to pursue historical analysis ask for more. " I have been here 27 years now, and the quality of students is more intelligent and more sophisticated, and pretty darn good. UCLA is an elite, so we do get the better students from the high schools. Astothequality of education for the students, IthinktheUC ' sareverygood and the pressure to get into them is so keen, especially with the financial consid- erations, versus private universities. We get better quality students than private institutions can with their scholarships. " Robert Daliek was born in 1934 and grew up in Brooklyn, New York. He began his studies at the University of Illinois, Champagne, and like most undergraduates he was confused about what he should do with his life. " I had always enjoyed history, literature, and politics, and these were fascinating subjects; I liked the idea of reading and teaching history. " Daliek returned to New York, enrolling in Columbia University to pursue his master ' s degree and Ph.D. After writing his doctoral thesis he fell in love with the work of a historian. He began his teaching career at Columbia College and the City College in New York during the early 1 960s. In 1 964 Daliek moved to Los Angeles and began teaching at UCLA. His most recent achievement came with the publishing of Lone Star Rising , the first of two volumes on President Lyndon B. Johnson. Daliek received rave reviews from critcs across the nation and was featured on news programs such as Good Morning America and CNN. This is not Dallek ' s first step into the realm of historical writing. " I ' vebeenwritingabout the politics, foreign affairs, and the Democratic Party, and Johnson was someone who seemed to bring together many of the interests that I had about 148 domestic politics, the South, American foreign policy, and even the history in the period of the 1930s down through the 1 960s. I was persuaded to do the book by thefactthat no historian was writingabout LBJ. The documentary record usually takesabouttwentyorthirtyyears... I figured that as I worked on the book more and more, the record would open up, and that ' s exactly what ' s been happening. And now as I work on volume two which will probably take me about another five years, moreofa record ofthe Johnson presidency will become available. So, it was a matter of timing and of interest... " As with any historical subject, different interpretations of the Johnson administration abound. Robert Caro, an investigative journalist, has authored a two-volume analysis ofthe Johnson legacy: Path to Power and Means of Ascent . When asked about Caro ' s work, Daliek is quick to point out the difference between Caro ' s approach to LBJ and his own. " He is not a historian. ..we differ in terms of tone and in perspective, and he was very, very critical of Johnson. As a number of reviewers have said, I did not hold back on all the skull-dugery that I found in the course of my research, but I do try to put Johnson in a larger historical context and make some assessment ofthe contributions he made to twentieth century American history. Mr. Caro is less generous to the idea that Johnson contributed anything to twentieth century America. His book was fiercely critical of Johnson and portrays him as something of a monster. " " Johnson has been one of the most despised or the most despised presidents in American history. " Daliek sees the nature of Johnson ' s image changing in years to come, especially in the midst of President Bush ' s dysfunctional domestic policy. " What may be at work here now is a craving or desire for new domestic leadership. Johnsonwasthe last [president] to give us that kind of forceful, domestic leadership. I do think, in terms of the larger issue, the country is ready for this [type of] strong leader. Johnson will have a revival because people will remember him as such a strong domestic leader. " Yet Daliek conceeds that establishing both a strong domestic policy and foreign policy is a tricky balancing act, and it " very difficulttodo that when you consider that a president can only deal with one issue at a time. How can you invest an enormous amount of energy and focus public opinion on truly major foreign and domestic issues? It is awfully hard to achieve this, and we are seeing that now with President Bush, who is quite successful in the public ' s mind in foreign affairs. Now we see his ratings drop dramatically in the face of the domestic economic downturn. ..Bush is seen as a foreign policy president, not as a really effective domestic leader. He is yet to convince the public that he has a domes- tic program that will get us out of this recession and put country on an expansionary economic course. So I think he has a serious political problem. He is vulnerable in the 1992 election. " Robert Dallek ' s teaching philosophy is that " ...good teaching should flow out of good research. ..a university is a very special place where research isencouraged and supported, and we need basic research by university faculty for an expanding, progressive country. " Although he does not see UCLA ' s " publish or perish " doctrine cumbersome, he does feel that large classrooms " are not the most satisfying way to instruct people. I try to lecture with a certain enthusiasm and quality. " Daliek seems to accomplish his goal as is classes are always very difficult to enroll into and his approachability refreshing. " If you lose them in the lecture halls you will never see the students. I ' m glad I ' m reaching so many people. I take great pleasure in being an effective teacher. " He demands the best of each student, and directs their attention not only to the past, but to the challenges of both the present and the future. nne States 149 50 auoniaiiFvini:ra[ i b asirj inner. h abdit autMiiank ' HiiiRifwl h ci fnoixi? When doe adate become a crinier .• " ' « ♦ - 1: t . Women ' s Resource Center ,,- i -, - " Any woman can speak pretty elo- quently about experiencing tear, i believe that all women know what fear is, " said Director of UCLA ' s Women ' s Resource Center (WRC) Kathy Rose-Mockry, before plugging Sexual Harassment Day, scheduled for March 5th. The Women ' s Resource Center ' s role is vital to informing the campus of women ' s issues, such as sexual harassment. The statistics are grim. A woman is beaten every 1 3 seconds. At least four women are ki lied each day by their abusers. Thirty percent of high school and college-aged women have experi- enced violence while on dates. The American Association of University Women Education Foundation reports that women face discrimination in the classroom, and that sexual harassment of women is on the rise. Founded exactly 20 years ago in the midst of the women ' s movement, the Center educates the campus and commu- nity on issues rangingfrom violentcrimes, such as rape, to self-esteem and eating disorders. The majority of the programs focus on the empowerment of women and offer assertive training for women. The need for the center is obvious in light of the vast spectrum of problems women face today. Twenty years after the start of the liberation movement, surveys show that many women still feel that they have experienced prejudice stemming from their physical attributes, morespecifically, their genitals. In fact, studies show a woman ' s self-image is at an all time low. ironically, issues that concern women today are issues that also concern men. The WRC is the first to address this dynamic of gender issues and delves into relationshipandgenderrolesintheirwork- shops. The WRC proves to be not only for women but for men as well. Erik Skinner, the only male staff member at the Center, is the Men ' s Educational Outreach Coor- dinator. His role on staff is to provide education and outreach to male students and faculty on such issues as rape and sexual violence. Each year, fraternities participate in the WRC ' s seesions on date rape. The WRC feels that it is imperative to inform and education men of their risk of being raped or sexually abused. In fact, the Center aims to dispel myths all about rape; 3-10% of rape victims are men. Approximately 46,000 to 92,000 boys under 1 3 are victims of sexual abuse each year. Sadly, 63% of young men ages 12- 20, incarcerated for murder, killed their mother ' s batterers. The Center also provides referrals, in- cluding legal, medical, child-care, psy- chological and career counseling assis- tance. Single parents, sexual assault victims, lesbians, and women of spirit comprise the support networks provided by the WRC. Workshops fulfill student needs in areas of life planning, career strategies, legal issues, and personal skills. Students are encouraged to learn about issues put forth by the Center and make use of the WRC library and information system. The Center also sponsors an internship program and puts out a newsletter " Voices and Vision. " Only four full-time staff members are beh i nd the center ' s program m i ng (opposed to UC Davis ' eight). Kathy Rose-Mockry is serving her first year as director after seven years with the center. Project coordinator Lisa Neely is in her second year and is instrumental in working with rape preven- tion and co-sponsoring forums with cam- pus police. Program Coordinator Emily Hertzberg initiates collaborative projects with other on-campus groups, Patricia Lippert is the Office Manager. Although the center isn ' t well known the programs offered are valuable, accessible, and instrumental in keeping the campus gender-conscious, and indicative of an era of understanding and outreach on issues such as sexuality, sexual violence, sexual orientation, pregnancy, and countless other issues faced by the UCLA community. But baby, we still have a long way to go- 151 Rae Lee Siporin It is the most important office in Murphy Hall, next to the Chancellor ' s office. Few Bruins may only recognize her name, but Rae Lee Siporin holds the future of each and every high school senior who applies to UCLA in the palm of her hand. She is the Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools. And you ' d never guess what she ' s looking for. " We want to have a diverse group, " and, " it gets harder every year. " But Siporin is not looking for diversity in numbers. She ' s notfillingquotas. Instead she would like to see diversity in thought, a strong academic student body, high retention possiblilities. " I ' m concerned about the fact that students are falling into particular groups. We don ' t have enough African Americans in physics or women in engineering. We don ' t have enough people creating diversity from within. Do we want a campus where all the women are in humanities, all the African Americans are in social sciences, all the Asian students in physical sciences, and so on? We want real diversity, where people are working together, and learning how to work together, and making the most of that. You don ' t want to have a situation where people just sort of gravitate into an area and stay there. It adds complexity to the whole job [of admissions]. Those are other things you want to take into account as you ' re looking at students and trying to decide who to admit. " The Detroit native attended Wayne State University, earning her bachelor ' s degree in English. Siporin came to California, where the graduate programs at UCLA could give her the opportunities she wanted. After a combined Masters and Ph.D. in Medieval English Literature and Historical Structure of Language, she found a home in teaching at the University of Pittsburgh. Assistant Professor Siporin taught for eight years, moving up rapidly, and became the Assistant Dean for Arts and Sciences. She left Pitt as Director of Program Planning, mostly because she 152 " wanted to be closer to academics. my job, I was halfway to working in a corporate rather than academic environment. " Dr. Siporin was an academic dean at a private college in New Hampshire and later a college in New Jersey. She returned to the Westwood campus as Director of Undergraduate Admissions in 1979. Admissions has gone through some " dramatic changes " according to Siporin. " When I came to UCLA, everything was done by the book. If a student met the minimum criteria, they ' d be automatically admitted. The university is now more like a private institution. ..for the better. Students are getting a much more comprehensive review than they did before. They are much better prepared. They have better academic records. ..there ' s quality. " UCLA is in the position to be a prototype community because of the diversity of its student body. " The university is much more significantly diverse than when I came here. We have, along with [U.C.j Berkeley, the two most diverse (racially, ethnically, culturally) campuses in the world, because we have large numbers of all groups. This creates both positives and negatives. It means people have to start dealing with issues and different cultures and different groups, because they may never have come in contact with them. But it also means UCLA is at the cutting edge of developing a model for.. .working together. " And she ' s not afraid to make some people unhappy in order to create this model community. " No one is ever satisfied. Insomeways, theonly way I can be sure that I ' ve done a good job is if everyone is unhappy. Then everybody has been forced to compromise a little and are not able to have as much. It means nobody got everything they wanted, and we ' ve gone about our job of thorough analysis and review. Because we have more people who are turned down than accepted, you make more people unhappy than you make happy. It ' s the kind of job that has an enormous amount of stress attached to it because of the nature of what goes on. " If you look at the eligibility statistics right now, the group that has the highest rate of eligibility is Asian Americans. Roughly one out of every three that graduate from high school in California meet minimum eligibility. If you look at the eligibility statistics for, say, African Americans, it ' s only one out of twenty. You can see a dramatic difference. It means we need to make an opportunity for people all up and down the state, all economic groups, all ethnic groups, that are in the eligibility pool to get in. In private institutions, like Harvard and Stanford, all of the students are taken on a basis of combined academic and supplementary criteria, and talent and special abilities. Here, because we ' re public, we ' re limited as to how much f lexibi I ity we have, so we can ' t do that for everybody. The process, being spelled out the way it is, gives people a certain amount of comfort, that they understand that a certain percent are taken on a combined scale, a certain percent are taken on [academics] alone. " " More students are graduating than ever before. In a six year period, up to 72% of students who begin here graduate from UCLA. Another 1 0% go to other UC campuses or other universities and graduate. What we ' re finding is that the criteria we use are the best indicator whether a student will do well here. The more you take into account, the more likely you are are to capture what the student is likely to do. What is the population? What is the eligibility rate of a particular group? What is the size? There is very little I can do once applications come in. They ' re either well prepared or they ' re not. Once the admissions staff does its reviews, along with the rankings, that ' s where my job comes in. I have to put that all together. " By the looks of things, she ' s doing a good job. 153 154 Danette Martin Undergraduate Student Association Council President, Danette Martin is a firm believer in student participation. " ASUCLA belongs to the students, " she emphasizes. " It is an unincorporated, corporative venture. It is the only one of its kind in the nation. Students should do everything to make it better, and they should never let anyone interfere with the students ' rights to control ASUCLA. " And she practices what she preaches. In fact, Martin bet a friend of hers in high school that she would someday attend UCLA. Her South Central Los Angeles background might suggest to some that Martin ' s friend was sure to win that bet. However, thanks to the Undergraduate Admissions Outreach Program and a friend who attended UCLA ' s nursing school, Danette is a Bruin. But she ' s not just any Bruin. She has become one of the biggest " movers and shakers " at UCLA. Martin became interested in student government because she believes in tak- ing an active role in what is happening around her and would encourage other students to do the same, especially in regard to fee increases and lack of funding for many undergraduate programs. Martin felt that USAC (the Undergraduate Students Association Council) needed some structural work, so rather than watch the changes take place around her, Martin decided that she would take an active role in undergraduate student policy. One of Martin ' s goals this past year has been to i mprove the structuring of USAC s support in areas such as student advocacy groups, evaluations of professors, and establishing a policy on undergraduate appointments to unitversity committees. She successfully created the new guidelines established for appointments that will become part of the studetn government constitution and bylaws. Another dramatic change that Martin wishes to see implemented is the southwest expansion of Ackerman Union. Under this plan, 6000 square feet of study space would be added, as well as a theatre that would seat over 500 people. The theatre would be used in the same capacity as the Ackerman Grand Ballroom for such events as movies and guest speakers. If the southwest expansion is successful in obtaining funding, the business functions of ASUCLA will be moved to Ackerman Union which will free up space in Kerckhoff Hall for student government use. Martin also hopes to create a system that will aid students in selecting classes by telling them more about the professors and the courses, which will involve the incorporation of professor evaluation forms into an Orion-like system. She intends to transform the quarterly Schedule of Classes into an annual publication. This will allow students to plan their academic schedules according to what classes will be offered when and by whom during the academic year. Along the same lines she plans to produce catalogs of syllabi from professors as well as major requirement catalogs (similar to the General Education requirements catalog). Danette affirms that " ' s been a positive experience, " to work for fellow students in the USAC office. " There are lots of things that students can do for themselves, and there ' s usually lots of administration and faculty to support them. " As ambitious in her personal academic aspirations as in her USAC goals, Martin intends to pursue post-graduate education. A senior majoring in history, Danette had originally planned on attending law school after college but now hopes to achieve a doctoratedegree in American history. She plans to write her thesis on either the Civil War and Reconstruction period or on American racial attitudes. Martin attributes her academic success to her great-aunt and mother, both of whom raised her and ingrained in her the importance of an education. As USAC President, Martin has incorporated the ideals of academic education along with hands-on political education. 155 Neera Tanden " UCLA and the greater Los Angeles area are radically different from the rela- tively homogeneous suburb of Boston, Massachusetts that I grew up in, " explains Undergraduate Student Association Council ' s (USAC) External Vice-President (EVP) Neera Tanden. Although Neera ' s father is a staunch, hard-line Republican, she chose to follow her mother ' s Democratic ideology. Having a politi- cally active family certainly influenced and encouraged Tanden ' s decision to take apolitical route in her life. In high school, she gained experience in campaigning and congressional lobbying. Tanden packed up her interests in politics and journeyed to UCLA, finding much racial, ethnic, and political diversity. Tanden ' scollegiatepolitical career began when she helped a friend campaign for an office on the USAC board. She later personally applied for the position of National Lobby Director. After being appointed to the office, she lobbied primarily for issues such as more financial aid and a safe campus environment for women. Her passion for student interests prompted her bid for 1991-1992 USAC EVP. Although she fought for the position fiercely, the election process is one of her worst memoriesof UCLA. She describes the process as " pure hell, " and she wasn ' t prepared for, " how much time and energy campaigning and running consume. " Consequently, after graduation, the political science major with an emphasis in law and society, does not plan on pursuing elected governmental positions, although she does hope to be involved in government at some level. As USAC ' s first External Vice-President, she oversees campus causes and interests that affect students. Having sat on legislative councils, lobbyed congressmen and senators such as Pete Wilson and his Washington, D.C. staff, she is determined to make those in political power " understand key issues of students and the importance of student votes. " She feels that she has, at times, felt intimidated 156 lobbyingfor Senator Wilson butthat in the assembly, " progressive people like Diane Watson are usually responsive to student needs and concerns. " Neera also confirms that it " would be extremely inappropriate for governmental officials to be sexist against " her as a woman. Tanden ' s office focused on the registration fee hike and campus funding this year. While many critics of student lobbyists contend that the students are unrealistically fighting against a 40% reg fee hike, Tanden asserts that " the first and foremost objective of the office is to secure and maintain fundingforthe state ' s higher education, " but she also points out that access to higher education is " a big part " of maintaining the quality of California ' s higher education system. While other UC campuses have been protesting, taking over buildings, and focusing large amounts of student attention on lobbying state legislators, UCLA has been a relatively quiet campus on the issue. Tanden is surprised by UCLA ' s apathetic attitude toward the reg fee hike and the recently proposed $325 million cut. " To put in perspective, $325 million is how much it takes to run UC Riverside. " During finals week, winter quarter, the UC Regents meton campus in the midst of a small group of student protestors. The meeting erupted when the regents walked out of the meeting. The students responed by shouting explitives at the regents. " I think their action [the students] is born out of frustration. The regents recently gave former UC President Gardener an $800,000 sign-off. They ' re out in space. " As we head toward the presidential election Tanden encourages students to vote. " Student ' sdon ' tthink politics matter and so they don ' t vote, and that ' s one of students ' biggest problems. They don ' t think their vote will make a difference. But we have the opportunity to vote on candidates, on all levels, who will determine issues such as abortion rights and higher education. " Tanden asserts: " Politics matter. " 1 157 Pei-Chi Chang Pei-Chi Chang, a senior majoring in sociology and psychology, became the most controversial Daily Bruin columnist in recent memory because of his Viewpoint columns on homosexuality and racism. For instance, in a winter quarter editorial, Chang wrote, " In my opinion, Asians are only a ' model minority ' because we don ' t stand up and fight for our rights " ( Daily Bruin, Feb.1 1 ). Earlier in the year, Chang wrote an even more controversial viewpoint regarding Asian women who exclusively date Caucasian men. He feels these women are hypocritical because they claim to be liberal and supportive of Asian unity, yet " prize " Caucasian mates to get ahead in society. When asked whether he really believes what he says, or writes merely to generate controversy, Chang replied, " I really believe what I write. Otherwise, it would be a waste of both mine and the reader ' s time. I write how I feel. " Born in Taiwan, Chang and his parents later moved to the San Gabriel Valley. His parents own a fast food store where he occasionally works. Chang enjoys attending UCLA because it is a large university where anyone can meet fellow students with similar interests and make new friends, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, or sex. More important to Chang, however, is that the university setting offers many opportunities for students to get involved. He began writing for the Daily Bruin, over the summer. In his proposal, Pei submitted two issues: one concerning gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues, and the second regarding Asian issues. Chang also participates in the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA). He helped bring about the first officially scheduled course, introduced this year, addressing gay, lesbian, and bisexual concerns. He is also a member of SHOUT (Students Honestly Opening UpTogether), a part of the Community Service Commis- sion. The organization attempts to reach out to homosexual high school students. Chang believes many homosexual high school teenagers need role models, and the group enables UCLA gay, lesbian, and bisexual students fulfill this role. Finally, (as if the aforementioned wasn ' t enough), Chang also participates in a variety of organizations that specifically reach out to homosexuals in the Asian community. Although there are many aspects of the university he likes, Chang feels UCLA needs to develop a more integrated cur- riculum. " They should pass an ethnic and gender studies requirement so all students can gain a better understanding of the world around them and get a different perspective " ( Daily Bruin, Feb. 1 1 ). Chang pointed out that both UC Berkeley and Santa Cruz already have such require- ments. He feels that the lack of such a requirement at UCLA promotes homophobia, racism, and sexism. More- over, he feels such a requirement would make the curriculum more well-rounded, because " it gives students the opportunity to learn about both themselves and others. " The lack of such a requirement, he feels, promotes minority student withdrawal from the campus ' d i versity . Chang bel ieves one of UCLA ' s greatest facets is its diversity, and that the administration should do its best to promote student involvement in the university. Chang istaking an active role informing the attitudes of the nineties. He is very open about his openly homosexual relationship with boyfriend Steve Gonzales, the first openly gay individual elected to the Undergraduate Student Association Council. Upon graduation, Chang hopes to attend law school and remain an active voice in the community. 158 159 160 [ames lohnson So, you want to know a little more about )im lohnson. Whichone? There ' s the Jim Johnson who shows up in the Schedule of Classes each quarter as the professor ofa field studies class that places undergraduatestudentsin internshipswith community agencies in impoverished neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles, and the honors seminar titled, " Urban Poverty and Social Welfare Policy in the United States. " There ' s another Jim Johnson on campus, too. He is the director of the UCLA Center for the Study of Urban Policy. The center is only three years old, but under the leadership of Johnson has taken flight, not only educating students and the community on the comtemporary urban population and condition, but, more importantly, teaching us how to make changes. So who is this guy? A North Carolina Central University graduate, Johnson received a full scholarship to University of Wisconsin at Madison for his masters in geography and anotherfull scholarship to Michigan State for his Ph.D. in geography. He is a strong proponent of affirmative action, candidly admitting, " I would not be sitting in this chair talking to you if not for affirmative action. . .forme, I basically hated school, and so I finished it to get out. " He adamantly believes that if affirmative action was being properly enforced, 25% of black males would not be committed into the criminal justice system today. Johnson lends a critical eye on the economy of the U.S., today. The Reagan Bush years were especially difficult for Blacks. Many welfare programs were cut, affecting many lower- income popu lations, of which the majority tend to be made up of under-represented groups. A hidden result in the cuts was thetheadverseeffectthey had on middle- class, under represented individuals who worked for or were in charge of the programs. Because of conditions such as this, Johnson takes his role as an educator seriously. He feels that it is his duty to facilitate the understanding of inequality in American society and impact policy on the social relations and economic condition of the ' have-nots. ' " Policy makers don ' t understand what is happening in urban society — its demographic changes, " claims Johnson. He wants people to understand that discrimination exists in education, the housing market, and employment. Statistics show that the unemployment rate for Black college graduates is 10%. Whereas for the nation, it is 6%. For him, this fact is very discouraging and is one reason why some young Blacks drop out of school and opt to work in the drug industry. Johnson points out, " The drug industry is no different from Wall Street. " Johnson has dedicated 12 years to teaching at UCLA: " I ' m one of the old guys. . . " he laughs. Johnson won ' t be here forever though. He hopes to open an upscale clothing boutique for men. So for those who were lucky enough to come in contact with Johnson either as a guest lecturer, professor, or colleague, you know that Johnson was a force on campus, making us look at issues from all angles. In other words, for whom, by whom, and to what ends a condition existed. Johnson asserts that he is " of the best trained geographers in this country, and I am prepared to do battle in the social-scientific arena. " So far, Johnson has shown himself to be a formidable soldier on battlefield of UCLA as an advocate for the future of our urban populations, which happen to be the future of our nation. 161 162 v Kathy Molin -( !■ — K -■ . " . I -Jl! Kathy Mol ini has fought hard to shatter historical stereotypes surrounding the disabled. She remembers meeting a woman in a wheelchair who kept a blanket over her legs, effectively hiding her handicap. In silent protest to such feelings of denial and embarrassment, Molini vowed never to hide her legs under a blanket, even when the weather grew cold. This story serves as a metaphor for her I ife. Today she continues to refuse to hide or deny the needs and rights of the disabled community, even when the going gets tough. Molini, director of the Office for Students With Disabilities, on my arrival for the interview skillfully backs her wheelchair into her small, clustered office. Despite limited control of her hands, she reaches forward to shake mine. Molini is proof positive that physically disabled people are no longer limited in career options. At age three, Molini contracted polio. She lost the use of her legs despite eleven months of surgery and hospital care. Rather than confining her, Molini ' s disability has liberated her and shaped her identity and her life positively. Molini credits the special schools sh e attended for handicapped children for the strength she possesses today. She explains, " It didn ' t matter to us what each others ' disabilities were because we all had one. " Students of every disability and every race attended those schools before mainstreaming. Cultural awareness and integration influenced her daily life. Exposure to all kinds of people diminished disability as an excuse for failure. The special schools neither focused on nor ignored her disability. Unlike a mainstream student, no one handicapped person stood out. Thus, her disability did not consume her life. " I tend to think that the setting helped put my disability in proper perspective more than if I was in a mainstream setting when... everywhere I would go, I would be different. " On the other hand, the special school did not allow for interaction with the " real " world. Like many of her peers, Molini found assimilation difficult after living and interacting in the environment created by the special schools. Molini does see changes coming about in mainstream society. She has noticed thatthegeneral public is less apprehensive about interacting with the disabled today than ten years ago. She feels that improvements in physical accessibility has made life easier and more natural for the disabled. " People with disabilities are devel- oping pride in themselves as people with disabilities and not trying to hide or diminish the fact... " Molini points out that, " If you can say, ' This is who I am ' and feel comfortable with yourself, then you ' re going to present a different kind of person to other people. " Molini has transformed her handicap into a positive aspect of her life. Molini holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Education, with an emphasis in Learning Disabilities. She also volunteers her time to a disabled women ' s mentor program at a West Los Angeles independent living center. Talking to someone with whom they can identify, handicapped women learn to work through their problems. She belie ves the program helps to build one ' s identity as the special schools helped herto build an identity for herself. With people such as Molini around, mainstream society and the disabled community are working together to break down the walls that have been built around the disabled, allowing the two to intergrate without the need for blankets of denial and humiliation. 163 164 Michael Ning I learned about Michael Ning ' s past, present and future in his sev- enth floor office in the Westwood Oppenheimer Building. So, first things first. Ning grew up in Japan. He came to Los Angeles his freshman year in high school, experiencing, for the first time, classes with members of the opposite sex, which was a learning experience, he says behind a blush. Unlike most immigrants, language was not an obstacle because he had attended international school in Japan where he learned English and French. However, it was difficult for his parents to adjust to a society and culture vastly different from what they had lived in for their entire lives. Ning came to UCLA, planning on pre- med. But, under the mentorship of former Dean Rick Tuttle, currently the city control ler for LA, N i ng became interested in international politics. For Ning, the years at UCLA were extremely dynamic and captivating. " UCLA was wonderful. . .It served as a foundation for future experiences. [UCLA was] a very transitional moment in my life. I went from getting away from the traditional Asian mold to a person who personifies a more liberal end of California, " Ning explains. And break the mold he did. He took on several roles of leadership during his undergraduate years. " I had no intention of getting involved in student government, " he admits. As a freshman, he was the president of the kendo martial arts club. From there, he became the assistant administrator to the Asian Coalition. Then he made an unsuccessful bid for director in his sophomore year, but became director of the Asian Coalition in his junior year. Ning maintains close ties with the UCLA community. In the past three years, he has served on the board of the Asian Pacific Alumni Association. This year, he is presi- dent-elect, and will serve as presi- dent for a two-year term next year. As if that is not enough, he is a co- chair of the Sam Law Leadership Award committee which he will be presenting to USAC external vice- president Neera Tanden after con- ducting this interview. Upon graduating in 1981, Ning worked a year in L.A. and around the country as a Coro Foundation Scholar. This prestigious fellowship allowed Ning to work in public affairs for various organizations. He later gained employment with the Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Corporation in Atlanta, GA. Following that, he worked for the IBM of shipping companies — Sea-Land, doing business with European and Latin- American countries. Afterexperimenting with hisown company, he started working on Wall Street with Shearson Lehman Brothers. He is in charge of private and corporate accounts at Oppenheimer Co., a security brokerage and in- vestment banking firm. Ning spends about three months out of the year in japan. Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia, looking for investors. He is one of the two top Asian executives at Oppenheimer and one of the few Asians you will find on Wall Street who represents an American firm. While he has never overtly experienced discrimination in the work place, he recalls experiencing discrimination at UCLA. " I ' ve experienced discrimination at UCLA, but discrimination exists. It ' s a part of life. We have to fight it when it ' s there, but we can ' t let it permeate our thoughts, and move on. " And move on he has, but he remembers to look back every now and then, building off of the foundation he built as an undergrad at UCLA. 165 ATHLETICS JUA jX M, •terf to Lectm t h tLat jCu. - CoaA, JcLk VJooA.e VVeimer 168 Weimer 169 170 t ■ m - Weimer Weimer 171 Weimer BryanAdams ArnoklAle ChrisAlexander Brian Allen AaronAnderson AveryAnderson TheodoreAnderson StacyArgo JeftBailey DerrickBaker EricBanducciGregBassTommyBennettSteveBlinnJimBondsBrentBrennanEricByersKaleaphCarterGregCassMikeChalenskiJamesChristensen leftClark RandyCole TravisCollier WayneCook BiadleyCraig MarcusDaly RickDaly MaltDarby RickyDavis KevinDickey SeanDoyle DonnieEdwardsAndreFarrMikeFlanagan RickFullerRobertCambleAronGideonQuentinGivensMarvinGoodwinCarltonGrayJasonGreen CarlGreenwood MattHalme OthelloHenderson Salelsaia Brianjacobs Shanelasper Aaronlohnson Westonjohnson Aljordan Kevinlordan GeorgeKaseBrianKellyPaulKennedyCourtneyKeylerSeanLaChapelleDionLamberlChadLaRoseTomLassaletteKimLawhornTeddyLawrence 172 Weimer lesn Ctew fence MikeLinnNkosiLittletonTommyMaddoxJamesMaloneAndrewMcClaveMikeMerrillJamirMillerMitchMillerlamesMillinerDavidMonheim MichaelMoore IsmaelMoreu RyanMotherway MikeNguyen RonNielson CraigNovitsky TedNwoke EmmanuelOnwutuebe MattOrnelaz CarrickO ' QuinnVaughnParkerGeorgePatonLoLiisPerezPaulPerneckyBrianRichardsPaulRichardsonKevinRobertsMikeRohmeChrisSanchez DominicSanditerDarrenSchagerKarlSchrollerKenSheltonTravisShipmanRodSmalleyKevinSmithMattSoenksenScottSpaldingDerekStevens J.J.Stokes GradyStretzBrianTigheMauryToyAdamTrafasBruceWalkerKevinWalkerRobWalkerCaryWaltonDaronWashingtonCoryWayland MattWerner MarcWilder KevinWilliams MichaelWilliams ShawnWills JohnWinnek LondonWoodfin 173 VVeimer Top Row: Head Coach Andy Banachowski, lenny lohnson, Amy Boyer, Elaine Youngs, Lisa Hudak, Natalie Williams, Maiissa Hatchett, Alyson Randick, Michelle Mauney, Grad. Asst. Coach Mennett Williamson. Bottom Row: Asst. Coach Jeanne Reeves, Laurie Jones, Mia Lambert, Julie Bremner, Jenny Evans, Jennifer Cratteau, Irene Renteria, Annette Buckner, Amy Banachowski, Asst. Coach Liz Masakayan. VVeimer 174 VVeimer 175 I I ,, tr .,,9»»t» Mft r ' ii JtL. VVmner 176 Front Row: Sean Henderson, Paul Ratdliffe, Time Gallegos, Nat Gonzalez, Brad Friedel, Chris Snitko, Joe-Max Moore, Sam George, Mike Lapper. Middle Row: Trainer Charles Chalekson, Drew Leonard, Terry Shorter, Zak Ibsen, Ty Miller, Dan Beaney, Eric Page, Jorge Salcedo, Assistant Coach Todd Saldana, Head Coach Sigi Schmid. Back Row: Terry Weather-spoon, Philip Button, Eric Chaisongkram, Tayt lanni, Mark Sharp, Gobi Jones, Brain Wooltolk, Mike McKenna. Weimer 177 MEN ' S BASKETBALL Top Row: Tyus Eclney Gerald Maclkins Shon Tarver Tracy Murray Darrick Martin jiriZidek Mike Lanier Richard Petruska Don MacLean Ed O ' Bannan Mitchell Butler Rodney Zimmerman Jonah Naulls Bottom Row: Assistant Coaches Steve Lavin Tony Fuller Head Coach )im Harrick Brad Holland Mark Gottfried Trainer Tony Spino Head Manager Steve Smesler. 178 Women ' s Basketball Front Row: Head Coach Billie Moore, Nicole Young, Marcy Tarabochia, Detra Lockhart, Nicole Anderson, DeDe Mosman, Rehema Stephens, Assistant Coach Pam Walker. Back Row: Assistant Coach Kathy Olivier, Natalie Williams, Gene VanOostveen, Amy Jo Silva, Lynn Kamrath, Amy Jalewalie, Manager Mary Kay Hedlund, Assistant Coach Mary Hegarty. 180 m j h si I V ,N VVeimer 181 Women ' s Swim Dive Front Row: Eva Lupi, Gwen Lehman, Natasha Badillo, Natalie Norberg, Christy Richardson, Kristin Stoudt, Chandy Gooding, Mary Retry, Lori Wall er, Sarah Suhadolnik. Middle Row: Kerrie Gibbons, Jennifer Hammond, Suzi Burt, Jeanne Gibbons, Becky Shelton, Jennifer Sprogis, Julie Vogt, Rebecca Bruch, Jill Buckley, EffieTurnball, Kristy Heydanek. Back Row: Assistant Swim Coach Jenny Susser, Head Swim Coach Cyndi Gallagher, Kirstin Krengle, Jamie Marion, Kim Martin, Megan Oesting, Stephanie Muesella, Lisa Fosdick, Meghan Fitzgerald, Kristin Walls, Assistant Diving Coach Genea Lautenschlager, Head Diving Coach Van Austin, Assistant Coach Kristin Pearce. 182 Sung 183 Men ' s Swim Dive 184 Santibanes Front Row: Grad Asst. Coach Andy O ' Grady, Byron Davis, Jason Taylor, Matjaz Kozelj, Anthony DeLuca, Andrea Cecchi. Second Row: Dan O ' Keete, Scott Hubbard, Rene Santaella, Greg Behar, Mark Thompson, Keone Kali. Third Row: Head Coach Ron Ballatore, Sean Easton, Eric Schnittger, GregSchaft ' er, Brian Kurza, Dan Kutler, Giorgio Cecchi, Asst. Coach Greg Holland. Back Row: Jay Behr, Dan O ' Keete, Mike Picotte, Chris Mann, Matt Buckley. 185 Women ' s Gymnastics Weimer 186 Front Row: Rhonda Faehn, Paula Rasmussen, DeniseStott, AmyThorne, Holly Bremer, Karen Nelson. Back Row: Treena Camacho, Kareema Marrow, Megan Fenton, Michelle Hunt, Gina Pesce. 187 Front Row: Scott Keswick, Michae Sanders, Brad Hayashi, Barry Jeung, Mike Denucci, Brandy Prins, Assistant Coach Yefim Furman. Back Row: Head Coach ArtShurlock,Jason Carman, Steve Dienn, Greg Umphery, Chainey Umphrey, Isidro Ibarrondo, Brad Langley, Joe Love and Trainer Jim Pluemer. Tht 188 I Men ' s Gymnastics Weimer Weimer 189 Front Row: LeeAnn Rostovsky, Jenny Baker, Mamie Ceniza, Cammie Foley, Helen Tu, Assistant Coach Barbara Gerken. Back Row: HeadCoach Bill Zaima, Paige Yaroshuk,Allegra Millhollancl, Jenny Hilt, Iwalani McCalla, Assistant Coaches Susie Keane and Henry Nines. 190 - - 1 III! 1 1 4 . • " • • « Sung 191 Front Row: Head Coach Glenn Bassett, Fritz Bissell, Jason Sher, Darin Pleasant, Karl Pazdernik, Jon Larson, Martin Mulligan, Assistant Coach Billy Martin. Back Row: Assistant Coach Brett Greenwood, David Nainkin, DavideSanguinetti, Robert Janecek, Bill Barber, Mark Knowles, Matt Quinlan, Bill Behrens, Assistant Coach Ron Jenkins. 192 Men ' s Tennis 193 Men and Women ' s Golf Front Row: Patrick Brownfield, Michael Cress, John Segeike, Lance Graville. Second Row: Kevin Claborn, Michael Miller, Head Coach Dave Atchinson, Michael Cairns. Third Row: Jorgen Aker, Brian Bock, David Solomon. Back Row: Dan Dalton, Billy Faeth, Tom Nixon. 194 Front Row: Assistant Coach Holly Williams, Christy Erb, Jennifer Choi, Wendy Nosse, Patti Sinn. Back Row: Head Coach Jackie Tobian-Stienmann, Renne Hunt, Kristyl Sunderman, Jenny Park, Elizabeth Bowman. 195 196 Front Row: DeDe Weiman, Kelly Inouye, Felicia Cruz, enniferBrundage. Middle Row: JanaeDeffengaugh,Kristy hloward, Kathy Evans, Lisa Fernandez, Nichole Victoria. Back Row: Fiead Coacli Sharron Backus, Assistant Coach Kirk Walker, Joanne Alchin, Yvonne Gutierrez, Cindy Valero, Jennifer Brewster, Heather Compton, Graduate Assistant Coach Kerry Dienelt, Co-Head Coach Sue Enquist. Sung 197 198 VVeimer VVeimer 199 Cross Country 200 nt ,• yHi s ..-. «»,i - ..- ..■ • I ' . ._..! .. ' . V -■ ■ 201 Women ' s Track Field 202 Front Row: Melissa Weis, Dawn Dumble, Kirajorgenson, Shelia Burrell, Lynette Alexander, Jeanine Grain, Kathi Rolclan, Glenda Smith, Anna Delgado, Karen Hecox, Cathy Lee, Gloria Barron. Back Row: Assistant Coach Art Venegas, Assistant Coach Jeanette Bolden, Brooke Bartholomew, Beth Bartholomew, Melissa Sutton, Jennifer Ashe, Tasha Turner, Keisha Marvin, Susannah Thrasher, Roshanda Glenn, Head Coach Bob Kersee. 203 1 Field EventPertormers— Front Row: jay Borick, Mark Wilson, Jim Masuga, Charles Rogers, Rob Rynearson, McArthur Anderson, Avery Anderson. Middle Row: Greg FHodel, David Bunevacz, Joe Bailey, Erik Johnson, John Godina. Back Row: Jay Bettinger, SteveSlocunn, Erik Smith, Paul Hicks, Jaime Presser, John Sommers. r„.,.7 ' .nuns . A 1 B ' »m » Distance Corps— Front Row: Eliazar Herrera, Steve Niednagel, Jim Robbins, Haissam Sabra, Sven Haug, Jeff Korn, Robert Mata. Back Row: Creighton Harris, Daniel Niednagel, Karl Polivka, Brian Gastelum, Brent Jones, Richard Erbes, Bryon DeVore. Sprinters and Hurdlers— Front Row: Marty Beck, Ross Flowers, Tony Miller, Michael Williams, Mike Stevenson, Othello Henderson. Back Row: Gary Martin, Darrell Smith, Stephen DeBerry, Erik Allen, Derrick Baker, Mike Terry. 204 Men ' s Track Field 205 Men ' s Volleyball 206 u " St V mvH: :. Front Row: Jeremy Brandt, Mark Knudsen, Erik Sullivan, John Anselmo, Ross Pier, Dave Swatik, Chris Pliha, Aleksandar Babic, Assistant Coach Reed Sunahara. Back Row: Head Coach Als Scates, Adam Peacocke, Steve Lucas, Dan Landry, John Speraw, Mike Diehl, Mike Sealy, Tim Kelly, Kevin Wong, Mike Denver, Jeff Nygaard, Graduate Assistant Coach Mike Whitcomb, Assistant Coach Brian Rofer. Weimer 207 VVeimer NCAA WOMEN ' S VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS 208 M ' i l iH Hi W ' SF 9 ■ i H H B ' ' ] " L M p f i i fclM f V 1 ii Mi 9 M) 1 EZ 1 VVelmer 210 Going for the kill In the NCAA V(;lk ' yball championships, UCLA took a derisive win over Cal State Long Beach. The team was a strong favorite since the beginning of the season with a No. 4 ranking in the nation and having gone to the national championship last season. Natalie Williams, the leader of the team was second in the nation in kills per game through October 1 , 1 991 , with an average of 5.69 kills per game. Below, Williams shows her " stuff. " Weimer 211 The sweet smell of victory. . . The long lines outside the Central Ticket Office to purchase season tickets was a testimony of the anticipation that Bruin fans felt for UCLA ' s basketball season. Bruin fans were not disappointed by the outstanding performances of UCLA ' s assemblage of gifted players like Don MacLean, Gerald Madkins, Tracy Murray, Darrick Martin, and Mitchell Butler out on the court. The team advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA ' s for the second time in three years, and it appeared that their chance to play in the Final Four was just around the corner. A dream that had inspired the team throughout the year was about to be realized. Ut ' imef , 212 M Weimer 213 And the bitter taste of defeat The Bruins were defeated in their quest to reach the Final Four by No. 2 seeded Indiana Hoosiers in the NCAA West Regional Finals. The Bruins were overpowered by Indiana with a1 06-79 loss. Th is was an antici imatic end to the team that earned their way to the Elite Eight ofthe championsh ips after decisively defeating Robert Morris and Louisville. Disappointing as the final game of the season was, it was the first time since 1980 for the team to reach the regional final, and the first time in five years that the team captured a Pac-10 title. Theteam that started off the year with a big bang ended it at " The Pit " with a small wimper. 214 215 Victory celebration: The Bruins in a moment of esprit de corps during tlie UCLA vs. Portland NCAA Soccer Tournament, 2nd Round. n I Weimer 216 J Air Butler: Airborne Mitchell Butler soars for a dunk at the UCLA vs. Washington game. VVeimer 217 BRUIN BELLES Shirley A. 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Greet Herbst Chandra Hill Jade Hiramoto Kathleen Hirose Coby Hotfnian Kara Leigh Hogue Amy Hong Vanessa Hsei Julie Hsu Patty Y.Huang Janice Ishida Carrie Johnson Hyewon Jun (Treasurer) Cindy Jun Colette Kadrnka Verjinia Karnikian Ann Kawai June J. Kim Katty Kim Lynda Kim Sun Kim Kelly Kriwanek Karin Kullman Suzanne Lalranchi Jennifer Lally Lisa Lau Josephine C. Lee Karen Lee Katherine Ann Lee ShirlyS. Lee Debra Lew Dana Loo Melissa Lopez janis Louie Amber Macarthur Tina Mai Meg Masuno Dawnielle Materre Eryka Mathews (Men ' s Athletics) Susan Ann Mathiowetz Ka Juana Matthews Kimberly Lane McFarland Sherry Menor Alicia D. Mew Alysha R. Meyers Michelle Miguel Tracey Miller Susan Min Kryssie Mingst Joan-Ruth Miran Jeanie Moore (Junior Rep.) Tanya Nagai Mimi Nguyen Sandy Nieto Deanna Nitta Shani Odegaard (Secretary) Julie Ohara Mary Osako Tess Paragas Jee S. Park Rachel Parker Laura Lynn Peterson Katherine M. Pham Brenda J. Quintana Lourdes M. Reed Andrea M. Rhodes Aimee Rydgren Maria Sanchez Parrish Sadeghi Susan Samarge Cynthia Sandoval Stephanie Sasaki Kerry Saukkola KristaSchendel KatheeSeares Shane Selph Neda Shamie Grace Shin Alexis Smith Laura TerukoSommers RupamSoni Joy Soriano (President) Aarti Srinivasan Melanie Shelby Wendy R. Stancer Alison Leigh Swegle Monique Talamantez Kareen Tampus Jennifer Tanabe Kristin Tanaguchi Jacqueline Tang Heather Tjaden Rebecca Toth (Freshman Rep.) Yvonne Tsai Helen Tu Barbara Van Eeckhout Rebecca Vargas Aurora Vasquez Meg Vinton Lucy Wang Lori Watanabe Laney Whitcanack Attica White Jessica Wingell Kimberly D. Wynn BIythe Yamamoto Suzanne Elizabeth Yoon Katy Young 221 ACA Johnnie Lau (President) Nancy Hui (External Vice President) Dore Mark (Internal Vice President) Albert Li (Secretary) Trevor Lim (Asian Pacific Coalition Representative) Cindi Shih (Historian) Wen Miao (Sports Director) Richard Tang (Sports Director) Leashanne Chen (Community Service) Phong Do (Social) Bernie Hsiao (Publicity) Leon Lo | (Fundraising) Phil Lo (Cultural) Clark Cheng (Programming) Eva Hui (Recruitment Retention) Jennifer Fong (Creative) Phoebe Tsai (Creative! 222 SENIOR CLASS CABINET )aniela Carusi (Publications Director) Steve Daetz (Outreacli Director) Paola Franceschi (Class Gift Campaign Director) Caria Johnson (Publicity Director) Kathy Michaels nternal Aftairs Director) Pauline Obata (Activities Director) Joe Ochoa (Senior Barbeque and Information Fair Director) Alisa Rabin (All-Nighter Director) Michael Van Meter Executive Director) 223 SCHOOL OF NURSINO Seniors: Fatemeh Akhavan, Michelle Arakaki, Milarose Baleva, Stephanie Blau, lenniter Buttram, Leticia Castaneda, Francisco Conde, Gillian Cooper, Megan Daugherty, Anne Deborah, Terry Eames, Sara Forsythe, Catherine Catt, Jacquelyn Cifford, Monique, FHotrath, Eliza llano, Elizabeth Kelly, Kimberly Kutus, Elizabeth Lee, Ann Manalang, Lisa Marcos, Tricia Mendez, Sharon Mick, Linda Mizote, Constance Olerich, Kimberly Ortale, Marites Ortaliza, Susan Roberts, Eliza Roy, Marcia Schneider, Nancy Seely, Virgin Shearin, Deborah Siegel, Kimberly Smith, Linda Tanaka, Emily Uchio, FielVarona, Allison Wong. luniors: Allison Aneers, Amy Banuelos, Laurie Bardin, Kim Behnke, Alicia Bullock, Lynette Casquejo, lasniine Choa, Lynn Church, Nenita Coloma, Paul Cornett, Suzanne Cornick, Katy Davis, Arnold de Castro, lellEscuadro, Shela Embuido, Molly Finn, Nancy Fukumoto, Paul FHaggard, Nanora Hicks, Linda Hsia, FHeidi Irwin, LesLee lewitt, Lourdess luarez, Alison Kaneshiro, lone Klaren, Jennifer Kendall, Teresa Knudtson, Christine Lash, Debbie Layton, Elizabeth Lee, Jorge Lee, Yi-Ting Liu, Ann Manaolis, Melissa Marchant, Roberto Marron, Maria Mendez, Vann Miller, Tammhy Oyog, Harold Patron, Liza Perlas, Tim Reagan, ludy Rhode, Dioni Rovello, Satvinder Sachdeva, Caroline Salinas, Althea Showalter, Karen Silver, Lisa Swansen, JungTak, Debi Tipple, Beckie Turner, Kirsten Volbeda, Naomi Wang, Sarah Waters, lav Williams, Darlene Wong 225 STUDENT WELFARE COMMISSION Sajid Ahmed (Drug Use and Abuse Project) )on A. Barker (Chief of Staff) Errol Buntuyan (On-Campus Testing Project) Lydia Castro (UCLA Health Awareness) Wei-Chao Chang (Internship Coordinator) Grace Chun (CPR First Aid Training Project) Carol Darwish (Special Assistant) Raul Corospe (Asministrative Assistant) Tom Huang (Alcohol Use and Abuse) Parmjit Kang (Executive Assistant) Debbie Klump (AIDS Awareness and Education Co-Director) Julie Lipps (Rape Awareness and Education Project) Vicky Luce (SWC Commissioner) Alison McChee (AIDS Awareness and Education Co-Director) Pam Miller Tanya K.M. Nagai lohnny Wang (UCLA Blood Drive) Greg Winkler (Campus Safety Project) Katherine Yang Ann Yeh (Crisis Prevention Project) 226 ,wt...m iM .. »».i»i» ASUCLA Board of Directors 1991-1992 TopRow: David Lee (CSA President) DavidCungner(Craduate) Alec Wynne (Undergraduate) Middle Row: Andrea Carai (Undergraduate! Noel Vales (Undergraduate) Liz Torney (Graduate) Marjoie Chrisman (Recording Secretary) Bottom Row: )ason C. Reed (Executive Director) Nikki Maguire (Graduate) Tom Soto (Alumni) Danette Martin (USAC President) Allen Yarnell (Administration) Deanna Cherry (Undergraduate) Bill Klein (Faculty) Not Pictured: David Cast (Graduate) Matt Mazer (Alumni) Dorothy Webster (Administration) Maryann jacobi (Administration) 228 ASUCLA Reduce Reuse Recycle ASUCLA RECYCLING PROGRAM This year the Associated Students brought a lot of green to the blue and gold — through the ASUCLA Recycling Program. We learned how to make recycling a part of our lives on campus and at home. We made a video showing 1 easy ways we can choose to conserve at ASUCLA facilities, from recycling the Daily Bruin to using refillable mugs at Food Service locations to buying recycled paper notebooks at the Students ' Store. We diverted a projected 209 tons of paper from the landtill and we saved a small forest of trees. 229 »l CAMPUS EVENTS 230 CAMPUS EVENTS m { yu Kelly Besser (Associate Publicist) Paul Bessette (Concerts Associate) Brian Brooks (Speakers Associate) Karen Chan (Ad Designer) Winnie Cheng (Film Associate) Juli Cotta (Associate Publicist) Shannon Des Roches (Ad Director) Brian Faeh (Film Associate) Juliana Fuqua (Associate Publicist) Douglas Good (Ad Designer) Basil Grillo (Film Assocoiate) Kathy Ho (Ad Director) Alvin Hui (Associate Publicist) Shannon Jue (Ad Designer) Ellwyn Kauffman (Associate Publicist) Lisa Laird (Speakers Associate) Tim LaTorre (Film Associate) Linda Lee (Staff Photographer) Amy Leeper (Publicity Director) Kathy Ohtomo (Concerts Associate) Lynn Padilla (Concerts Director) Gesele Rey (Speakers Associate) Nina Roy (Commissioner) Leslie Rubin (Speakers Associate) Gabie Strong (Concerts Associate) Lateefah Torrence (Film Director) Rebecca Vargas (Speakers Director) Lori Watanabe (Assistant Commissioner) Keith " Shafted " Wixson (Speakers Associate) 231 THAI SMAKOM Ed Arpawong Luk Bhavabutanon Debbie Blackmore Chitra Chalvorapol Casone Chan leannie Chang Sudarat Chanyonpalanakul Bon Charuiatna Mitch Charusathiapa BurtCharuworn Gypsy Choontanom liebChoontanom MonrapaChua PanyaChua Wila Chunbomrung Teresa Chung Giovanni Coglitore Ian Da Costa Nikki Darakananda Pam Drake Paison Etitum Chancee Hirunpidok Adam Hy Paul Kengsoontra Sumida Kittiaksorn Natua Kittlakor Sirb Klaewtanong Kit Kongrukgreahyos left Konreat EmilyLeang Jenny Lee Pat Lochaya Ann Lohniadi Laphone Louplor Ann Luechaa Sophia Ma lack Mongolkasetarin Paul Nimitsilpa Vena Petchapradub Dung Phung Patty Pinanong Cherng Plantharong Lida Poom Donnakorn Pornsaht Panuchai Praditbatuga Spencer Prasarnsuk |oe Rha Blue Ruangsuebsin Nisa Rungruang Peter Sail Amarin Sangkharat Cathie Sarayudej Suratchada Sauhskulvong leerisuda Sawetnant Jay Sounthornsawad Suangsamorn Stapatynon Varun Taepaisitphongse Darlene Tannirat Nontivich Taudavanitij Pansak Tepsupomchai Don Thiel Toontham Thongsri noon Herb Tiquia Danny Truong Sutai Tsaowonsiri Tony Tung Wankanok Usaha Sonny Vajrabukka Naratip Veerachanavirut Kosol Vipapan Sanya Vorasarun Eric Wang Jiravat Wangwongvivat BobWansom lieb Warasopun Gay Weiss Mark Wichaijanuparp Jan Wongvipat 232 PUBLICATIONS 0i JUS " l.w Front Row: Elizabeth Azores Susan Cesell Arvli Ward Grace Liu Back Row: Frances Fernandes Terence FHsiao Neal Cohen Ignacio Avina 233 PEER HEALTH COUNSELORS Latrice Allern Alicia Amador Lisa Amii Christina Aragon (Program Coordinator! Melinda Artukovich SairaAslam Lunn Bagge Mark Baje Annabeile Bleza (Public Relations Coordinator) Anya Binsacca Jennifer Botelho Jason Bromberg (FIT Cooordinator) Levon Broussalian Donny Buralglio Toni Chandler Maggie Cho Margaret Chu Don Corpus Monique Dao Linda Dote (Nutrition Coordinator) Susannah Ehret Arlene Fernandez Joseph Cantan SarinaGarg Valina Ghookasian Julie Ciers Nancy Gold (Co-Directors) Raul Gorospe (SOURCE Coordinator) Ana Hacopian Susan Halili Trade Hata Steve Hatchel Deanna FHerson Nicole Herzog Amanda Ho Lieu Ho Karilyn House Jennie Houston Karen Ikemoto Saba Khan Henri Kim Judy Kim Debi Klump (Sexual Health Coordinator) Kristin Knudson Sandy Kwong Janel Lardizibal Michael Lau Kim Leiker Mona Li Maria Liao Victoria Lindogan Ed Malbas RonMathiasen Sandra Matsumoto Jenny Miller (Co-Director) CheryleMiyao Julie Moore Naritza Moarles Jenny Murillo Omar Namoos (Nutrition Outreach Coordinator) Thuy Nguyen Marcia Nogueira Ngozi Nwosu (Recruitment Coordinator) Gisella Olivares Kelly Okada Mary Okino Alex Pachnada Jayana Patel Jennifer Plumb Laura Record (Public Relations Coordinator) Dave Riley (FIT Coordinator! Wendy Seto Emilky Shapiro lagruti Shukia Mark Stone Jaymar Suarez (Hypertension Coordinator) Kavita Surti Jennifer Taguchi Liz Talley (Stress Coordinator) Melanie Taylor Summer Teruya (Office Coordinator! LienTran Kim Uyeda Payam Vahedifar Nikki VanLaeken Glenn Vega Merci Watson Dahna White (Women ' s Health Coordinator) Denise Whittaker Lunn Yasui Wendy Yan Paul Yutan (Intermurals Coordinator! i Wri Scout Linda! Rnfa TllOllI! 234 MORTAR BOARD Kristin Bell (historiani Susan Beringer(CommunicationsChair) AnyaBinsacca Deanna Cherry EvelynCortez Damon Dean lenniler Domingo (Mardi Cras Chair) ThinhDuong Scott Emery (Elections chairl Renat Engel (Mortar Board Week Chair) Tracy Cibbs (President) Oreet Herbst Christopher Holbert lonathan Klein Robert Klein (Alumni Chair) Linda Kuo (Co-Service Chair) Wendy Law (Vice President) Patricia Lee Lauri Mattenson Charisse Meigs (Secretary) Kendra Miller Sherrick Murdoff David Posner Susan Rinderle Karen Rovv ' ley (Honors Booklet Chair) Samira Sadeghi Robert Sanders |oy Soriano Aarti Srinvasan lulieTakaki Michael Tan Neera Tanden Herbert Tiquia Shirin Twotigh (Awards Chair) Kimberly Uyeda Hiroshi Wald (Treasurer) Alice Wong Gail Woodbury (Co-Service Chair) 235 STUDENT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Bitci Abdollahl Noushin Adhcimi Stephanie Alber Tina Allbright lorge Ancona Amy Anderson Anouki Arreygue Candice Atherton Don Auerbach Brenda Baca Lori Baker Sandy Barbardo Carissa Barker Dana Baron Melanie Barrio Andra Berg Erin Lee Bolenbaugh Nicole Bollinger Sharon Bosse Julie Bowyer Heather Boyle lu Ha Bradford Keith Brant lulia Brichard CharleneCanalita Ivan Canete Daniela Carusi Trisha Castle TinaChao Caroline Chellamy Gigi Chellamy DienaChen SteaveChen SandraCheng Khin Chin Valerie Christman Kimberly Clark Eric Covert Timothy Cox Anne Crawford Steve Daetz Eileen Descallar Desiree DeSurra Christie DiBerardino Stacia Eyerly Danny Farahmandion Maria Flores Lilly Pong Paola Francheschi Kerrie Freeborn lennifer Fringer Mia Fung Darren Futa Denise Gaitan Maria Garcia Vicky Gomelsky Bill Cordon JillGrindly Tracy Gromko Sandra Gutierrez Sandy Herrington Kara FHogue Natasha Hoiseck Arash Hourizadeh Laurence Hughes Karen Ikemoto Nadine Iskander Natalie lacob Russel Jacobsen Karia lohnson Theresa Jones Sara lurmain Maggie Kademian Terry Kaiura Cynthia Kamdang Faraz Kerendi Sanam Khalili Lenore Kimura Ann Marie Koch Rena Kono Mary Kullenberg Wendy Law Kristen Lawrence Nadia Lazarovici Elaine Lee Katherine Lee Roman Leibzon Stacey Leong lennyLin lulieLipkin Ken Loop leffrey Lorch Kristen Lueck Terry Lui Kenny Mah Lisa Manning lason Manoogian Eryka Mathews Kari Matsumoto Kaluana Matthews Brandon Mazzacavallo Mercedes McLane Alysha Meyers Kathy Michaels Tracy Miller Michelle Moore Emily Morgenroth Laura Mori Pamela Ng lason Nguyen Pauline Obata Joseph Ochoa RudyOhrt MelindaOhta lason Ong Manissa Pedroza Perry Eddie ZulmaQuintanilla Vernon Ragasa )akeReichenthal Jennifer Reyes Sarah Richard Lori Ann Rogich Margarita Romero XochitI Ruiz Magnolia Samadani Martha Saucedo Kerry Saukkola Cathy SchecterCori Seikaly MyraSeikaly Shannon Seikaly ChristaShaw Caroline Sheu Su Yong Shin TomokokoShiratori Laurie Simonovski Suzy Starke Jennifer Sun Valerie Teglia Lisette Valdes Michael VanMeter Amber Vasquez Catalina Vasquez Carlos Villalobos HiroshiWald Jennifer Waldroup limWang Paula Watke Tricia Wiertel Anloine Wilson Kevin Winstead Jay Wong Kimberly Wynn Su Yi Mandana Yousefmoradi Annette Yu Jenny Yu Lisa Yu 236 I YWCA Karen Boyd Diana Chang SukeeChew Michelle Dejesus Kristin Hanna Rose Henderson Shirley Horn Suzanne Horn Lisa Houston lunko Ishii Nina Kanga Hyun Kyung KimSihwaLee Eden Lim Alejandra Limon Delicia Lin Gemma Llaurado Nancy Luna (R. A.) Tina Mai Regina Melton (Executive Director) Surentorn Ponevuttisaet Rosalia ijOe Saavedra Toshiko Scott Rita Shukia Dora Tung Artnita Walker Marlene Wan Yuyao Xu Shannon Young Myuheui Yu Sandy Yu Leslie Zigman aciaW Mfl ' I neliaml ore Kim lulielil j!3C3val epIiO iMaija " AfllalA 237 ALPHA LAMDA DELTA PHI ETA SIGMA Robert Acherman, Kelly Chiiig, Elaine Chu, Brian Cogswell, Sam Hirsch (President, Alpha Lambda Deltal, Amily Huang, Margaret lung, Katty Kim, Mee La Clion, Linda Lai, Meg Masuno, Scott Mcintosh, Amy Nemko, Susan Oda, Wayne Poon, Bryan Robinson (President, Phi Eta Sigma), Parrlsh Sadeghi, Cathy Schecter, Laura Seamark, Heather Skinazi, Suzanne Tjio, lennifer Wilson 238 PI $IOMA ALPHA [ddi „He ames Hoskmson, )r. (Vice President!, loseph |. Ochoa (President), Mathew Robinson (President Elect), Bruce Sugden (Treasurer) 239 COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMISSION Asian Educciliun PiujcLt ' wm jionPiO! Watts Program 241 NUCLEAR TESTINC PROTESTORS ENVIRONMENTAL COALITION _ 243 n iAN DOM CREEKS 246 HETA KAPPA PHI Margaret Chai Allison Chan Nancy Chen TrIclaChin Pamela Chow RowenaChua TobieCruz Traci Encio Maria Fajatin Melbourne Fagela Lisa Fujimoto Mia Fung Karen Gohata Tami Higa Linda Hou Lisa lino Tricia Ishimoto (Vice President- Pledge) Connie Jaio Cinajamero Diane Lau Nina Le Candy Lee Elizabeth Lee Samantha Lee Karen Lim Amy Liu Janis Louie Julie Low Stacy Maeda (Vice President- Fundraising) Miwa Matsuno Michelle Medina Jan Morimoto Arlene Naito Jennifer Nguyen Nhi Nguyen Chris Obata Christina Ohshima Mitzi Phung YoshieSakai Rina Sakai Stephanie Sasaki Edna Sasis Jessica Shigemura Young Song Shawn Sumlda Rebecca Sun Lori Tabuchi Julie Takaki (President) Kimi Tamura (Vice President- Social) Marilyn Tsang Erynn Tsuboi Anne Tsuchiyama Christel Ventura Sariya Vorasarun Kim-Thoa Vu Linda Whang Sarah Whang (Treasurer) Sharon Whang Mary Wong Shirley Wu Daphne Yang Gina Yoshida 248 HI ALPHA DELTA jrissa Aesquivel TaraALishi Wendy Chan Charlene Chang Lisa Cheng SueCho luHeChobdee ConceilChun Danamaye Cooper Thao Dang Debbie ong Michelle Fujioka Sara Fung Linda Hsia Helen Hur Laurel )oe Ann Kawai Jennifer Kawata (Vice-President) Kathy Kawata Jennifer Kim Linda n Tina Kim Stacie Kosaka Priscilla Kwan (Secretary) Sandra Lau Betty Lee Elizabeth Lee Jane Lee Janet Lee Joann Lee (Treasurer) Nancy Lee Alyssa 3ng Maria Liao Abby Lin Manda Louie (President) Sabrina Mar Mayumi Matsunaga Chiaki Miura (Vice President) Elaine Mu Melanie Murakami Kim igami Grace Naito Aileen Nakano Kim Nakazono (Vice President) Wendy Nosse Patty Pinanong lull Ro Laurie Sato Jennifer Sogawa lulieSueoka ki Takeuchi iSecretarv Kerri Tamakawa Denyce Tanioka Yin Tea Suzanna Toy Stephanie Tsai Kristin Um Cynthia Ung a A ' .f A ' " 249 Hh IOMEGA Laura Abevla Susan Ackiey Robyn Aitmann Melissa Anderson Michelle Barber Heather Bath Meredith Bean Sarah Bernard Ona Bernini Laura Braunvvald Carrie Brenner Johanna Britton Carey Bylin KT Castleberg Sarah Chen Melanie Cheng Deanne Chun Allyson Cohn Ashley Cormany Kris Dayton Shannon Dunne Viviana Dinucci Lori Dittman Meredith Fishman Laura Fox Wendy Frawley Kim Freeman Aimee Fujimoto Chrissy Garcia Clarissa Garmager Maria Gedymin Jen Gillum Catherine Gitlin Kathy Good Lorraine Gumpert Julia Guzek Kristina Hall Kristi Harris Kat Henderson Sharon Henry )ill Holt Kristi Imperial Kim Kolsta GinaMontion Laura Nadura Alison Nyguyen Stacey Parker lill Perry Megan Quigley Paula Rasmussen Michelle Regul Rochelle Richter Tiffany Rider Cameron Roberts Jeanne Rydell Michelle Santos Paige Sayle Cynthia Schlimmer Stephanie Seigler Monica Shabaznia Danielle Sierra Michelle Simon luleen Slater Christy Smith Susan Smith Kathy Sorich Julie Stewart Monica Su Sherry Swioca Natalie Sywak Tammy Tukl off julieTurbeville Mary Uebbing Marni Ungerman Amy Villareal MandieWachal Courtney Walker lenWebster Allison Wedemeyer KiliWenguer Julie White Gina Wilson Katring Wulffson Alyssa Young Suzy Zimmerman 250 XQ 251 Qa PPA DELTA Suzi Barricella Lisa Bermudez Megan Bourgeosie Dede Cardona (VP Pledge) Paris Chatman Dalia Chatterjee Heather CohenouriVP Press PR) Lora Cowan (Panhellenic) Maureen Curr Meara Daly |en Dauer Christine Davis Melissa DeLaCruz Erica Donaldson Susan Drake Aimee Duell Elizabeth Duell Laurie Dunn Julie Engelman Monica English Charmaine Evans Lisa Evans Elisabeth Evanshine Vicki Finkler Jamie Flynn Sandra Fonseca (Treasurer) Gail Gabby Michelle Garcia Cina Ciambra Michelle Giambra Jenn Gillon Heather Gold Jenifer Greeley Elizabeth Greene lenniter Crega Emily Grogan Jessica Gross Diella Hanchette Deanna Hearson (Efficiency) Leslie Hewitt Vanessa Hill Stephanie Hirata Kathy Ho Wendy Holt Christina Howard (House Manager) Teresa Huerto lean Ihenfeldt Catherine Jackson Angela Januszka Michelle Johns Kellie Jordan Jenny Kaplan (Secretary) Anne Ketchersid Karen Kim Amy Komatsuzaki Kim King Rachael King Shelley Knowles Meredith Kovach Kelly Krause (President) Sandra Krivosic Andi Kushner Andrea Laurence Kristen Lawrence Laurel Lewis Nadia Lzarovici Kristin MacDonald KimberlyManibusan Leslie ManueNVP standards) Suzanne Mattis Allison May Sharon McCaffery Heather McCollum Maureen McDonald Tracy McMurtry Kelly Meek Susan Mescavage Alicia Mew Julie Moore Sonia Munevar Kim Myers Belinda Najera Christina Nicolosi Kristin Noyes Rebecca Oliver Erica Oyadomari Jeanny Pai Tonja Peltzer Nicole Pessis Anne Powers Kimberly Quinn Michelle Ramos Lisa Richards Rosemarie Rigor Dana Rogness Yvonne Russell Yvonne Salzman Carrie Sayre (Social) JudyShieh Jennifer Shin Dara Shulman Rory Silver Alda Sipin Tammie-Jo Solorio-Fleener Hilary Sorenson (Asst. 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Dutton BS Applied Math ifsm Tanya M. Ebling BA Psychology Monica L. English BA History i Eblin; :tioloK Senior Spotlight Name: Terri Hall Major: English Hometown: San lose, California Involvement: Bruin Belles, Women ' s Resource Center, Mentor Program (Future Plans: I plan to attend graduate school in I Political Science. With a PhD, I ' m not going the typical career track most women take these days, It ' s my desire to stay at home when raising my ichildren. I hope to write books and do research out of my home on how the mass media contri- butes to voter apathy and weakens the role of our public officials. We can ' t hope for a change in the way our " democratic " system works without educa- ting people on how each of us carries the responsibility to make informed decisions. Kana Enomoto BA Psychology Richaro G. Erbes BS Math Comp Shalliah E. Ericksen BA World Arts c Cult Nathaniel A. Estacio BA English 1 Denny M. Estrada Monica Estrada Teresa C. Estrada Petra E. Estrella Vanessa D. Ettinger jliy,-. BA Economics BA Sociology BA History BA Psychology BA Economics History iirv 309 Ferdinand C. Evangelista Elisabeth A. Evanshine Kristen L. Eyman Elham (Ellie) Ezzati BS Biochemistry BS Biology BA Eronomics Bus BS Psychobiolos Christina L. Fairbanks BS Geoaraph Christopher E. Farrell BA English Christine A. Fax BA Psyrhol Leslie R. Ferstan BA Political Science 310 John Fairbanks BA Political S( iciKc Mina Farahani BS Biochemistrv Jennifer L. Farrell BA Political Science Juli M. Farris BA Political Science Bassem Farid BS Biology Jeffrey C. Faust BA Economics Ryan M. Faden || Am BA History Jorge L. Favela BS Biology Andrew A. Faye BA Political Science David L. Feinberg BA English Madonna E. Fernandez BS Ki Victoria G. Finkler BA Political Science Jennifer A. Fisher BA English Gregory W. Fiske BS Aerospace Eng Darren J. Fitzgerald BA Economics Bus ■loila ,1 Amy T. Fleishman BA Sociology BA Political Science Jill G Flomenhot BA English Music Feresita fc. Horendo BA Sociology Bus BA Ceography Ecosys istopher M. Flosi ipin I BA Political Science Jennifer R. Fonner Sandra M. Fonseca BA Eronomics Bus BA Political Science eraltl M. horc BA Political Science btacey BA Six I()I ) ' ' ' k wla II Renee L. Forseth Political Science Jonathan S. Forster BA Economics Alison B. Fortner BA English Tamara K. Foss BS Biology erald Anita M. Francis BS Psychobiology M. Lourdes Francisco BA Psychology April M. Franco BA Philosophy Econ BA History Brian C. Foster BA Economics Lori K. hrankim BA Psychology 311 John Franklin III BA_Gcograph Julie A. Freeman BA CommStds Bus Dan L. Frimerman BS Biology Sandra A. Fukushima BS Psvchobiologv Jodi L. Fraser BA Histor Eric T. Freed BA Economics Bryan T. Freeman BA IntI Economics Karin E. Freeman BA Psycholoey Bus Elliot J. Friedman BA Psychology Thomas C. Frost BA History Bonnie C. Frostig BA Sociology John C. Fu BS Math Appid Sci Keith H. Fung BS Biology Yat Fai Fung BA Economics Bus Andrew G. Funk BA Music Estelle E. Freeman BA Sociology Andrea L. Fukumoto n U BA Anthropology Lawrence M. Furst BA Economics Janina Galicinao BS Chemical Eng Ludivina Galindo BA Psychology Gabriela G. Garay BA Sociology Claudia A. Garcia BA Political Science Edna Garcia BA Political Science 312 ■l Ml M Gilberto Garcia Jeffrey M. Garcia Juan j. Garcia Jose A. Gardea BS Civil Engineering BA Sociology BS Conipi_iter Sci Eng BA Politica l Science Shea L. Garvin BA IntI Relations Michelle L. Gastelum BS Psychobiol Catherine M. Gatt BS Nursin David C. Gatzke BA Historv Marnt A. Gawryn BA Anthropology Candice B. Gaylord BA Sociology Desmund L. Gean BS Electrical Eng Michael B. Gebhardt BS Psychology Eric K. Geisler BS Electrical Eng ane P. Geletko BA English David A. Gelfuso BS Mechanical E Diane E. Garrido BA Psychology Bus John C. Gaushel BA Design Maria K. Gedymin BS Psychok Kammi Genova BA Comm Stds rcia ;cie(ice Nicole Genova BA Psychology Michelle Ghadir BA History Negar Ghafouri BS Psychobiology Afshan Ghiai BS psychobiology Tracy M. Gibbs BA Comm Stds 313 Jacquelyn R. Gifford BS NLiisins Beth Gitter BS Physics Laura ). Gogan BS Aerospace Eng Wendy E. Goldman BS Ana M. Gonzalez BA Psychology 314 Jennifer L Gillum BA History Michelle H. Gilman BA Psychology Richard F. Giasburg BA Theater Arts Vern L. Glaser BA Economics Eve A. Glatt BA History Mary E. Glynn BA Comm Stds Nancy F. Gold BS Kinesiology Amy M. Goldberg BA Sociology Gwen N. Goldbloom BA Russian Studies Noreen I. Goldner BA Political Science David A. Gollom BS Astrophysics Debra E. Gomes BA Economics D. Gonzales BA Psychology Edward S. Gonzalez BA English Melissa A. Gonzalez BA History Jason A. Goehring BA Economics l w leiplori Iflillyt! Michelle L. Goldmar BA Psychology t ' si ' .i llBiilit Jtp f ' f(ii Mitch! L Gomez BA Political Science Melissa M. Gonzalez BA Psychology m. i Senior Spotlight Name: lade S. Hiramoto Major: Biology Hometown: Torrance, California ' Involvement: Bruin Belles, UCLA Child Development Program, L.A. County Commission on Youth, Women ' s Athletic Union, UCLA Student Research Program, Girl ' s Basketball Coach. Future plans: I will be attending medical school in the fall of 1992, and I am interested in pursuing a career in Pediatrics. This summer, I will be travelling to Taiwan, Japan, and I Hawaii to I explore the culture and background of my parents ' hometowns. • m ' -. s I will remember UCLA as an exciting, challenging, and very positive experience in my life. I have learned so much from the people here and all of the organizations I ' ve been involved with . . . the experiences and memories are truly meaningful. UCLA is a I ' great place to learn, grow, and find out about yourself. I wouldn ' t have changed a thing Saskia X. Gonzalez BA History Valerie M. Goo BA Economics Bus Dionne T. Gordon BA History Alex J. Gorin BS Comp Sci Eng BA Political Science Sherri N. Gottlieb BS Psychology Frederick M. Gragg BA Psychology Randy P. Graham BS Kinesiology Juanita Granados BA Spanish Literature 315 Chris E. Grandi BA History l ft " K L i HiiiS Nancy K. Granfors BS Civil En Lawrence M. Green BA East Asian Stds Bus Nelson W. Green BA English Scott C. Greenberg i; A BA English (Great. Wrii Sheryl J. Greene BA Poll Sci lntI RItns Jonathan D. Gruber BA English Neil Gulati BS Biolo Karina M. Gutierrez BA Cult Anthropology 316 William G. Greenfield BA Economics Nathalie C. Grenewitz BA Political Science Joanna E. Griffin BA Economics Bus Tanya L. Gross BA English Julie Gruenbaum BA History Andrew Grundstein BA Poll Sci Geography Davina Grunstein BA English Gail A. Gubser BA Political Science Lorraine M. Gumpert BA Poll Sci lntI Rel Michael B. Gurien BA History Elizabeth Gutierrez BA Comm Stcis Eva E. Gutierrez BA Poltical Science Kristine E. Gutierrez BA Sociology Raymund R. Gutierrez BA Economics lntI Stds Yvonne Guu BA Economics Steven W. Guy BA Political Science Ava Hacopian BS Microbio Pss ' chobio Michelle C. Hadbavny BS Biology Rebecca Hakakha BA Economics Cheryl L. Halcrow BA Historv Arthur N. Hall BA Political Science jmolin G. Hamilton BS Sociol Lee Hammer Stephanie Hammond BA Political Science BA Political Science Jing H.J. Han BS Comp Sci Eng Sung ). Han BS Civil Engineering etrez I Yang Han Michael J. Hananel Diella B. Hanchette BA Economics Bus BS Biology BA Sociolog ' Allison Handal BA Pyscholo J. T. Hanify BA Design obin G. Hanik scienifi BA Comm Stcis Juliet M. Hanna Patrick Hanrahan Timothy E. Hansen BA Ling Anthro BA Economics BS Electrical Eng Julio A. Hanson BA Political Science 317 Cynthia K. Hardt BS Sociology James Hassen, Jr. BS Psychobiology Lynn K. Healey BA English Nicole M. Hendrix BA Political Science Heidi C. L. Herbert BA History 318 Rachel S. Harel BA History Lee D. Harris BA Economics Yasmin Harvey BA JaiKiiicst Yolanda M. Hashimoto BA Sociology ll A " Tracy C. Hatfield BA Psychology Alice M. Haughney BA Design Jodie L. Hauser BA Psychology Haywarc BA Business Economics Steven C. Heller BA History Stephen G. Henderson BA Economics ennifer H.Hendricks BA Economics Jennifer A. Mcncnickson fied BA History ll 6AI Phillip M. Hendrix, Jr BS Kinesiology Kimberley Henningsen BA Comm Stds Laura E. Henry BA Political Science Milnes R. Henson Barry! BS Ps ( hology Greet Herbst BS Kinesiology Michelle L. Herman BA Sociology Paula H. Hermanson BA Anthropology Christine M. Hernandez i Adria BA Sociology | B f,, J ' Cristina T. Hernandez BA Anthropol Stephanie E. Hernandez BA History Deanna L. Herson BA Psychology Jeff M. Hertz BA Psychology lilK Ronald P. Herzig, Jr BS Bioloqv Patrick H. Hickey BS Civil Enninccrin " Christopher M. Hicks BS Biochemistry Mindy M. Hightower BA Psychology Rebecca B. Hilberman BA History Frederick L. Hill BA History Bus Katherine Marie Hines BA Sociology Jade S. Hiramoto BS Biology Kathleen N. Hirose BA Economics lntI Rel David M Hirsch BS Geology Stephen C. Ho BS Biology Teresa C. Ho BA Comm Stcis Brent W. Hobart BA Anthropology i Adrian A. Hodge BA Economics Bus Laurel P. Hoffman BA English Monique G. Hofrath BS Nursing Thorsten Hoins BA Comm Stds Kimberly S. Holland BS Geology 319 Denyse M. Holloway BA Comm Stds Cynthia J. Holsey RA Eiv ' lish Miriam R. Holzman BA Comm Stds Darren B. Horn BS Biology Shirley M. Horn BS Chemistry Joseph S. Hong BA History Ruby Hong BA Design Christina Honggowati Gabriela D. Horowitz BA Political Science Robert J. Horvath BA Political Science BA Ec()n( iniK WKKL s sH ■ i V h ' ws 1 M ' - ; 1 3 3 1 1 ■ Tom Houcek BA Economic s Bus Karen M. Howard BA Economics Bus 320 Laurie J. Howell BA English Alfred P. Hsi BA Economics Helen H.H. Hsiao BS Psychobiology Helen M. Hsiao | Gra BS Biology Senior Spotlight Name: Idinie K aldonado Hometown: Pacnima, Calitoinia Major: History Involvement: MEChA, Ld Cente (Eclitor-in-Chiet) Project Motivation, Founding Member of PIRLA Future plans: After graduating from UCLA, intend to work for a few years. I then plan to attend graduate school and receive my Master ' s degree. Eventually, I want to become a secondary school educator. And in the future, perhaps a college professor. I want to remember UCLA as a happy time in my life. Unfortunately, through La Cente and... Pad fie Ties, Nommo, Al-Talib, and Ten Percent. I also feel that I have learned a lot about life and humanity. We have kept in constant contact with people on our prisoners ' mailing list. Their stories, their words and their willingness to work with us has shown... me and the rest of the staff that they are people just like us. In conclusion, I want to wish my friends good luck and all my relations peace. Grace S. Hsu BA English Carol H. Hu BS Math Appid Sci BA Econ Bus Charles K. Hu BS Chemical Eng LingL. Hu BA Design Si-Ming Hu BA Design 321 Albert K. Huang BS Biolo: Che-Yen Huang BS Electrical Ens Diana Huang BA Economics Bus Linda S. Huang BA Econ lntI Stcl Victor Huang BA Economics Bus Victoria Huang BA Econ Soc Ruben Hueso BA Histor Troy M. Hughes BS Kinesiol Alex W. Hultgren BA International Econ Daniel S. Hur BS Civil En Denise M. Hurst BA Socioloqv Melissa Hurwitz BA Psychology Emily Y. Huang BS Psychobiok Benjamin Hueso BA Sociok Fay Yu-Fui Hung BA Political Science Andrew C. Hwang BA Economics I ntl Stds Joseph Hwang BA Psychology Melody C. Hwang BA Business Economics Mieko M. lijima BA Psychology Eliza P. llano BS Nursing .•: Hsin-Ying Huang I toi BS Biochemistry M r» fk Noela Hueso BAEr James C. Hunt BS Kinesiol Chiao K. Hwang i kji BS Electrical Ene M Carolina Ilic BA Sociology Caro 322 Hjir- Veronica Hie Michael Y. Inouye lA Classical Civilization RA Linguistics Andrew J. Irish BS Aeros|Dace Eng Daphne M. Isenberg BA Psychology Mohamed N. Ismail BA Political Science Sayuri S.I. Ito Economics Bus Rhonda L. Jacobs BA History Jlic Caroline A. Jensen BA Fine Arts Kent M. Iwamiya BA Sociology Anna F. Jacinto BA English Jacqueline C. Jackson Natalie M. Jacob BA Psychology BA History Art Histor Collette D. Jacobus BS Appid Math Janel Jankaisk BA History Angela M. Januszka BS Biology Stephanie A. Jay BS Mechanical Eng Eric Jedrzajek BS Psychobiology Hyung G. Jee BA Economics Bus Teresa C. Jen BS Psychobiology Trisha H. Jen BA Economics Gwean S. Jeon Economics Bus Seok M. Jeon Economics Bus Paul S. Jeong Math Appid Sci Michael S. Jewell BA Ceography Ecosys 323 Jason J. Jimenez BA Psych Bus Admin Javier F. Jimenez BA Comm Stds Bus Admin Maria D. Jimenez BA Comm Stcis Myra T. Jimenez BS Cooniti ' C ' Science Joowon Jin 11 Sci BA Art i» Grace E. Jo BA Sociology English Nicola G. Johns BA Political Science Craig A. Johnson BA English Denise J. Johnson BA Psychology Jennifer S. Johnson || tei BA English Karia J. Johnson BA Psych Bus Admin Robyn E. Johnson BS Math Appid Sci Sherri Y. Johnson BA I ' sN ' t h()l() j ' Dawn R. Johnstone BA English Aron M. Jones Tarn BA EconomK s HLisiness R Courtney C. Jones Jennifer J. Joseph-Katz BA English Bus Admin BA Psychology Valerie Josephson BS Psychobiology Nina B. Joshi BA Political Science Mike C. Jou BS KinesiologN ' Perry Jue BA Economics Business 324 Shannon L. Jue BA Sociology Patricia H. Juhn BS Kinesiology Kristine H. Jun BS Biology HeumJung | ,j - BS Mechanical Eng Kevin S. Kaiser BS Biol Tanya C. Kampe Ion I Moon H. Kang BA Economics Marc A. Karish BA History English Rodrigo G. Jurado BA Latin Am Studies David K. Kabukuru BA Economics Makrouhi A. Kademian BS Kinesiok Kelley M. Kahn BA Enulish Laurie A. Kajiwara BA Comm Stds Vanessa M. Kaleb BS BioloE Jong H. Kam BA Economics Henry Kamali BS Psychobiok Wai K. Kan BS Electrical Eng Brian M. Kandel BA Economics Business Charles C. Kang BSBiol ung Sik Kang BA Economic s Shari L. Kantor BA Pyschology Bus Allen C. Kao BA Econ Bus Comp John Y.C. Kao BS Psvt hohiolo " v Sousan K. Karimi BS Biochemistry Maha J. Kasim BA English Ara Kassarjian BS Kinesiology Julie M. Kawaguchi BA Japanese Akemi Kawamura BA Japanese 325 Scot S. Kawano BA Histo Sharon M. Kaye BA Comm Stds Jane E. Kennedy BS Mechanical Er Beth Kenny BA Sociol Jeffrey I. Kerstine BA Economics Business oanie P. Kesselring BS Biok Haleh Keypour BA Psyc holo Tahereh Khosrowabadi BS Biol Jill Kianka BA Comm Stds Marilyn P. Kilcrease BA History Kelley P. Kilgannon BA Sociok Gregg S. Kim BS Kinesiology Jemima Y. Kim BA English Jennifer Kim BA Economics Michelle M. Kim BA English Mary Lara Killebrew BA Anthropoloe Grace H. Kim BS KinesioloE 326 Min Kim BA Economics tl [ :oii( Senior Spotlight Name: Davvnielle C. Materre Major: Involvement: Bruin iBelles, Student Alumni IjAssociation (Parade Director), UCLA Unicamp, Bel Air Presbyterian Church ' s Mission Homeless ' Project. Future Plans: In January 1993, I will be leaving for ohannesburg or Cape own, South Africa to do missionary work for six months. My work Will focus on youths and their spiritual and educational develop- ment. We will be helping them to help themselves. After my [return, I will attend Law chool and develop my skills for Public Interest Law. I look forward to taking an active role in my community and country. History Business Administration Hometown: Los Angeles, CA To really live- facing adversity and encountering struggles demands character, self disci- pline, determination, objectivity, and most importantly optimism. I believe in these qualities and through my zest for life, I have tried to live by them on a day to day basis. . . Active participation in life is crucial and necessary to societies ' development. One can spend all their time studying. ..and still fail life. Our experiences and contributions are determined by the words we speak and the visions we have. am defined by my values and the legacies passed on to me. People must know that we are our own dominion. We have the power to either awaken despair or build new hope and visions within us. Neither race nor gender can discourage one who maintains faith... Sindy T. Kim BS Biology Suhee Kim BS Chemistry Nicholas J. Kim BA Economics Norman H. Kim BA East Asian Studies Robert H. Kim BA Politii i! " - ' K. ' nce Roger Seungmin Kim BA Economics Sun I. Kim BS Biology 327 Thomas ). Kim BA Political Science Yong Ku Kim BA Economics Int I Stcis Yoo S. Kim BA Economics Young S. Kim BA Political Science Dean T. Kindorf BS Math Applied Sci Aileen M. King BS Kinesiology Joshua C. King BA History Margarette H. King BS Microbio Mol Gen Michelle M. King BS Civil Engineering David M. Klein BA Psychology Robert B. Klein BA Comm StcIs Tamara B. Klein BA Sociology Todd M. Klein BS Physics Shannon E. Kline I Cliar BA Poll Sc i B us Admin |lA [com Wanetta L. Knight BA English 328 Angela V. Knox BA Psych Bus Admin Christopher H. Kodani BS Biology Yasuko Koguchi BA Music Kundy Kol BS Math Applied Sci taur II mmi Kathlene V. Kolian ogy I BA Art History Stacy E. Kolker Margaret W. Kong Georgia Kontokanis BA Psychology BA Economics Business BA Italian Jeffrey R. Korn BA History Ekal Koswara BA Economics Business Sandra Koutal BA Political Science Meredith A. Kovach BA Des Corinne I. Kramer BA Economics Kelly Krause BA Economics Greg J. Kricorian BS Psychobiology Kristen N. Kromer BA Comm Stds Weizhong Koo BA Fine Arts Dipankar Koyal BA Enelish Gregory S. Krug BA Philosophs Inline I Charlie H. Kung Dennis G. Kurimai j .JSA Economics Business BA Economics lntI Stds Compton R. Kurtz II BS Kinesiology Yana Kushner BA History Ka-Kei Kwok BS Comp Sci Ent: Laura Kyriazis BA Political Science Justine E. La Brucherie BA Political Science Lynell D. Lacey BA Anthropology Nimisha Ladva BA English Carl A. Lager BS Math Appid Sci 329 Khanh Lam BS Electrical Er Mylinh Lam BS Bi - ' i i ' :; Tiet V. Lam BS Chemistry Lori A. Langell BA Psychology Valerie Y. Lapena BS Kines BA Psych JA Vivienne L. Lapena BA East Asian Stcis Hayg Lapoyan BS Electrical Eng Mirja A. Lappalainen BA Economics Claudia M. Lara Michael P. Laranang | fsb " ' BA Comm Stds Bus Ad BS Civil Engineering || BAfo Janel R. Lardizabal Rosa E. Lares BA Russian Studies BA Sociology Bus Admin Stacey L. Lasko BA Comm Stds Bus Ad Fernando T. Lau BS Psychobiology Johnnie Lau I Cto BA Economics Business Ih v.r Kam Wai Lau BA Economics Business Lisa M. Lau BSMCD Biology Michael D. Lau BS Kinesiology Sandra D. Lau BA English Mary Jane Lauigan I hn BA Economics Richard W. Laurence BA History 330 Karen P. Laux BA Poll Sci lntI Re! Bera S. Law BA Economics Wendy Law BS Cybernetics BA Psych Elizabeth C. Lawrence BS Biology len J Alberto Lazaro BA Spanish Fabrice LeDet BA Economics [au Chan W. Lee BS Math Appid Sci Eun (Nina) Lee BS Phvsics Nadia Lazarovici BA Anthropology Nhien D. Le BA History Pauline T. Le BA Economics Jerry C. Lee BA History Salvador Ledezma BS Civil Engineering Anne J. Lee iA Historv Nurs Betty W. Lee BS Psychobiology Chan Woo Lee BS Math of Comp Christine Wei-Li Lee BA Comm Stds Donald C. Lee BS Elertriral Eng George D. Lee BA Economics Business Grace Lee BS Biology Hyun I. Lee BA Design shannon Leatherwood BA Biology John N. Lee BA Economics lntI Stds Joo Y. Lee BA Art Kelli R. Lee BA Comm Stds Bus Ad Cecilia I. Lee BA Economics Eun Kyung Lee BS Biology James S. Lee BA Spanish Kwan K. Lee BS Math BS Economics 331 Yuan )iun Lee BA Economics Business Diana M. Leemon BA Comm Stcis Julianna Leier BA GeoQraphv Lisa A. Lendenmann BA Political Science Anita Lengua BA Psychok Bill Lenihan BA Economics Business 332 Olma B. Leon BA Sociology Michelle J. Leong BS Biology Stacy H. Leong BA Psychology Bus Bart K. Leopold BA Comm Stds Bus Ad 1 8$ us Ad 1 8 1 Lee " My name is Eryka: not honey, not sweetheart and not babe. " Mathews response to the manner in which she was addressed, at times, wlnile i orking with the UCLA Uhletic Department enior Spotlight ame: Eryka Nicole Mathews ajor: Political Science ometown: Los Angeles, California nvolvement: Bruin Belles (Men ' s thietic Director), Student Recruiter, pecial Olympics, Second Baptist hurch Outreach Program, Young dvocate, NAACP uture Plans: After graduation, plan to further my education by attending law school in August 1 992. One of my goals is to become a constitutional law professor which I plan to do immediately alter completing law school. During my Drofes sorship, I plan to practice law for my own aw firm. My ultimate oal is to become a Superior Court judge. vly African American background taught me he value of self worth, and I try to accept Deople for who they are ' ather than what I want :hem to be. I will best -emember UCLA for ;heir world renown professors that taught nd inspired me to ccept the many chal- enges of the university. UCLA with its diversity made it possible to meet, interact and form relationships with jstudents from all over ■ " Ithe world. Weimer Dana A. Letendre BS Math Appid Sci Valerie A. Lettan BA Theater Ann J. Leung BA East Asian Studies Gayle R. Levin BA Anthropology Jimmy Lew BS Mechanical Eng Julia A. Lew BA English Chad M. Lewin BA English Shelley A. Lewin BA Business Economics Gina R. Lewis BA Political Science 333 Jennifer L. Lewis BA Dance Pei Fang Li BS Comp Sci Eng Chin Chiang Liem BA Economics Christina C. Lin BS Biolo Csaba K. Linszky BS Biology Kendall R. Lewis BA Soc Bus Admin Terri L. Lewis BA History Frank K. Li BS Civil Fn " ineerin£ Peggy P. Li BS Biology Rosa L. Li BS Math BA Econ Bus Warren H. Li BA Economics Maria W. Liao BS Psychobiology David G. Lim BA Politi(.il ' 1 ii ' iice Riza S. Lim BS Microbio Mol Gen Terence Lim BS Material Sci Enc Jih-shing Lin BS Biolo Wei Kuang Lin BS Comp Sci Eng Kristen E. Linden BA English Karl H. Linz BA Political Science Craig A. Lipkin BS Psychobiology David N. Lippman BA Psychology Angela H. Lin BA Psychology Stefanie K. Lingle BA English Dan Litov | Elij BA Psychology 334 li I )ami L. Little 151 I BS 1ath BA Econ Fang-i Jennifer Liu Terry G. Liu BS Electrical Ere Tsan-Kit Liu BA Economics Marie H. Llamado BA Political Science Heidi Llovet BA Sociology Kwok-On Lo BA Economics Business Richard Y. Lo BA Economics lntI Stcis Sharon W. Lo BA Psychoic Passuit P. Lochaya lA Economics Business Cielito F. Locsin BS Kinesiol Judy R. Logan BA Sociolo Brian J. Lomeli BA Sociolns " 5 Nasha London BA Psychoic Erin L. Longo BA_Sociolog ' Debra M. Longstreet BA Psvch Bus Admin Alison J. Loo BA SocioloE Dana K. Loo Stacie S. Loo BS Math Applied Sci BA Sociology Bus Admin ilOSV Elva R. Lopez BA Sociology Hector M. Lopez BA Sociology Joseph V. Lopez BA Economics Yvonne Lorenzana BS Kines BA Psych Lonnie Louie BA Political Science 335 Manda M. Louie BA Psych Bus Admin Robert Lozano BS Kines Bus Admin Debbie F. Lum BS Material Sci En Rick Lutz BS Electrical Eng John Love BA Historv Eric E. Low BA Economics Julie R. Low BS Psychobiology Yvonne A. Luccy BA History Victoria L. Luce BA Psychology Garret R. Lum BS Biology Nghiep C. Ly BS Physics Rick A. Lund Applied Math K Wn « ' %2 Ir ■l ' B fl Phong X. Ly BS Biochemistry Joseph P. Luftman BS Math Appid Sci Jennifer A. Lowlanc BA Sociology Business I R r Lawrence K. Ma BA Economics Yeung (Henry) K. Ma BS Comp Sci Eng Joe J. Macaluso BA Comm Stds Psych Kristin A. MacDonald BA Sociology Michael S. Luke BA Economics Andre W. Machilao BS Mechanical Eng Cliriste, 336 Brian Maeda BA Sociology Niki L. Manby BA English Elizabeth A. Mack Lauren W. MacLaughlin Mary K. Madden Georgina Madlambayan BAFiv li h BA Art History BA Linguistics BA Psychology Peter A. Magiso BA Political Science Kenney Mah BS Appld Math BA Econ Rani S. Maline BA Ann-Margaret Manalang BS Nursing Megan C. Manion BA English Latin Joseph A. Mann BA Theater Gregory F. Manning BA Psychology 10 Lisa C. Manning BA History Poli Sci Leander E. Manzano BS Microbio Mol Gen Araceli R. Manzo BA Psychology Stephen S. Mao BA Psych Bus Admin Lisa L. Marcos BS Nursing m Christer K. Marholev Gwedolyn A. Mariano Geoge Marin BS Biology BA History BA Economics Letsia Marquez BA Comm Stds Nancy Y. Marquez BA Economics lntI Stds 337 Sonia M. Marquez Amy M. Martin Ina L. Martin BA Spanish Literature BS Chemis try BA History Jason W. Martin BA English Linda W. Martin BS MCD Bioloov Debora K. Matsunaga Sarah Matsuno Kajuana R. Matthews BS Biology BA East Asian Stds Bus Ad BA World Arts Cult 338 Linda G. Matthews BA Psychology Cecelia C. M. Mautnei BA History Iwni Senior Spotlight Involvement: Co-Editors-ln-Chiet, Tvaet heriVClA ' ' fem inist newsmngdzine) We see Together as an effective form of stflWnff HRRQBBSKBDSBBCBB ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' - oppoit oice their fru tjpns with institu onnlizccl pp " " " ' " - Hfllrlirfi IT " " T -,p ijf ' » -ir.f ytr,iy b,L;ef ig- w siio,Tte dgl examine the issu . ' lWSie campus commUtnffy fruir in |)rder to prijvoke chant c. If we coulfl ' cpafeee ti n ' f fcrnLfifY ' ' ' ' ' ' Studies Cj.Ei.|i nu|iltJin)Qi t-tiie%?ose »re and soc Ml. At ro.Ljef - w v ' - perspective of the Gndcrtytfi ' campus w wouU implefi undergraduate AtiklynJ ' Martin Bi(ilo5 Mmi ' Name: Katrina Foley Major: English Women ' s Studies Hometown: Ojai, California Future plans: I plan to attend law school and hope to become involved in feminist politics. Name " : Sheila Moreland Major: English Women ' s Studies Hornet Newport California . Future plans: I see a lot of travel and activism and a lot of invojvement in journalism in my future. Hopefully I ' ll be making . cffilTiges or women ., not ' affluent jt all color or! Beach, ' Maul " f ' Jennifer E. Mayo BA History Michael j. McCarthy BS Mechanical Eng Ann M. McDonald BA English Melinda J. McDonald BA Psychology Yolande M. Mavity BA Political Science Laura j. Maxheimer BA Political Science Roberto A. May BA History Stacy T. Mayeda BS Civil Engineering Anne-Marie McDonough BA History 339 Jennifer L. McElliott BA Political Science Michelle H. McGinnis BA Political Science Robert J. McGowan BS Aerospace Ent Christopher A. McGrath BA Classics Michael T. McHale BA Political Scienc BA Theater Maia McKinney BA Ps ychology Maura S. McLaughlin BA English History Raquel C. Mead BA Economics Business Michelle L. Meador BA Political Science lose BAP( Christina J. Meadows BA Political Science Pamela B. Mebane BA English Afro-Am Stcis Michele R. Mednick BA History Christy L. Medrano BA Theater Jennifer N. Meehan Sari BA Psychok Kelly R. Meek BS Kinesio Fariba Mehrdad BS Biol Elizabeth A. Meier BA Worn Stds Poli Sci Charisse D. Meigs BA English Am Stds Thomas M. Meininger | Clieri BS Chemical Eng Joseph P. Meiko BS Aerospace Eng 340 Micah E. Melton BA History Art History Michelle W. Melyan BA East Asian Studies Markus C. Memmert BA Economics Business Doric A. Mendell | lenn] BA Psychology j Bai (Hale 1 Tricia Ann Mendez Arlene C. Mendoza Edith L. Mendoza Jessica V. Mendoza :ience| BS Nursing BA Psycholotjy BA Spanish Literature BA Political Science Joel R. Mendoza BS Electrical Eng Jose A. Mendoza Juan Carlo Mendoza BA Economics Business Lydia E. Mendoza BA History Classics Marco F. Mendoza Katherine G. Menechios BA Economics Business BA I listorx ( lassu al Civ Sarah E. Menzie BA English Gregory A. Merchant BA Histor Susan A. Mescavage BA Political Science Barak Mevorak BS Kinesiology Cheri E. Michaelis )A Philosophy Sharon L. Mick BS Nursing Gabrielle L. Middaugh BA English Daniel M. Mihal BS Math Applied Sci Jennifer A. Miller BA Psychology Kathryn D. Miller BA English Kendra S. Miller BS Psychobiology Kyhiera A. Miller BA Art Gregory S. Meyers BA Sociology Carolyn J. Miller BA Psychology Tracey I. Miller BA Eng Am Stds Bus Ad 341 James R. Mimlitsch BA Enolish Sooki Min BA Sociology Andrea Minea BS Math Applcl Sci Kryssie A. Mingst BA History Melvin V. Miranda BA Enuiish Michael Miremadi BA Economics Doris D. Mishkanian BS Psychobio Karen V. Mitchel BS Geology David S. Mochizuki BA Economics lntI Stds Deborah B. Mobile BA Psych Bus Admin Alejandro Molina BS Math Applied Sci Louis A. Molina BA History Art EHistory Louis E. Montalvo BA Political Science Dennis Montellano BA Psychology Todd E. Montrose BA Political Science Michael C. Moody BA Political Science lungbee Moon BS Math Applied Sci 342 Michael R. Moore BA English Michelle R. Moore BSMath Applied Sci Jesus B. Mora BA Sociology Anthony Miranda i I BA Poltical Science Mark Mitchell li lay BS Psychobiology Julianne M. Molinari BA Economics M 6 4 Hyun S. Moon BA Political Science 9 1 Xavier Mora BA Political Science -■ ' ' " I Isaias A. Morales fittf BA Political Science Lisa M. Morales BA Political Science Gina M. Moreno BA Comm Stds Emily J. Morgenroth BA Poll Sci lntI Rel Richard V. Morhaime BA Sociolot y Stephanie Y. Morita BA Ec on Bli ( Omm Stds Robert J. Morrissey BA EconiimK s Joseph C. Morse II BA Political Science Ashkan A. Motamedi BA Political S icnce Shirin R. Motavassel BA Psychol Michael P. Muchin BA Histo Kenneth T. Mukai Tammy H. J. Mukoyama BS Kinesiology BA Psychology Leslie M. Mullens BA Sociology Stephen C. Muller ntti BS Electrical E Carmen Munoyerro Melanie H. Murai BA Economics Business BS Math Applied Sci Melanie S. Murakami BA Sociology Sherrick R. Murdoff BA Econ Bus Comp Titia N. Murphy Karen A. Myer Jacqueline J. Myers BA Political Science BA Sociology Bus Admin BA Art History Julie J. Myers BA History Laurel A. Myers BA Art History 343 David Myron BS Comp. Sci. Eng Leslie Nack BA English Tracy Nagle BA Psychology Elaine Nagos BA Economics Business Pauline Nairn BS Kines BA Iranian Paul E. Najoan BA Sociology Moon S. Nam BA Economics Roger S. Nam BA Economics lntI Stds Yun C. Nam BA Economics Business Sohail A. Namaghi BS Biochemis . ' V ♦. ■i mti liKolvei [iitutel 1U U( ai inlet eopv fttotns lioish. lioflset (omple Ooeoi islow( project appear Iwouk miiei. ilism) taoi lomy sevcra; comes liowev inlerei iswel liogs in| Mitini Ali Namavar BS Mechanical Eng Omar M. Namoos BS Electrical Engineering Virginia Navar BA S()( i()l() ' Guillermo Navarro BA Psychok Sarah L. Naylor BA Psychok Devorah Nazarian BS Biology Christopher ). Neal BA Sociology Lorraine Negrete BA Sociology Audrey A. Nelson BA Linguistics Comp Sci James L. Nelson BA Political Science Julia C. Nelson BA History Pamela Kay Nemeth BA History Kathleen R. Nenadov BA Economics Business Philip E. Neri BA Economics Laura M. Neustedter BA History Bus Admin 344 Senior Spotlight Name: Ddv id A. Olsen Major: Political Theory Hometown: Sacramento, California Involvement: Mardi Gras (staff member, booth supervisor. Field Operations Director, Executive Director 1991-1992) Future Plans:Through my experience with UCLA Mardi Gras, I have developed an interest in special event management. I enjoy taking a project and figuring out what needs to be done from start to finish. I get a lot of satisfac- tion seeing that project completed and successful. One of my short term goals is to work at the Olympics in Atlanta in some capacity and to plan and execute a project. My long term goal appears to be very different I would like to be a fiction writer. I enjoy reading and It is my dream to have at least one published nove to my name. There are several options when it comes to writing, however, and I would be interested in pursing them as well. These would be things such as newspaper , writing and short story writing... Mark S. Nicks BS Kinesiology Christina Nicolosi BA Comm. Stds. Rodica Nisim BA History Art History Deanna T. Nitta BA Sociology Thomas R. Nixon BS Appid Math Comp 345 Jinah No BA Economics Business Nadia No BA Psych Gina M. Noel BA Psycholos Joseph J. Nollar Sean D. Nordeen BA Political Sciencee BS Electrical Engineering Saba Nosrati BA History Sharon M. Nozawa B A World Arts Cult Igbodike G. Obioha BA Enelish Carolyn A. Oga BS Math Appid Sci 346 Nasim Nourian BA Political Science Benjamin S. Novida BS Civil Eneineerinc Kenneth C. Nowak BS Kinesiology Kristin A. Noyes ionsla BA Comm Stds Busir Sue Nuechterlein BA Histor Jessica M. Nunez BS Psychobic Cheryl L. Oakley BA Sociok Pauline H. Obata BA En Asian Am Stds Angelica Ochoa BA Sociolo Joseph J. Ochoa BA Political Science Kevin T. O ' Connor BA Economics Glenn T. Ogasawara Christopher M. Ograin Barry B. Oh BS Kinesiology BS Mathematics BA Econ lntI Stds As Am Stds Hong E. Oh BA Economics Jayne J. Oh Economics Business Jee Sun Oh BA Ling Spanish Katherine E. Ohtomo BA Economics Business Alric K. Oishi BA Economics Nancy K. Okazaki BA Japanese ;r Constance M. Olerich feiJ BS Nursing Patricia K. Oliver BA Political Science Diane M. Oliverez BS History Spanish Cynthia A. OIkoski BA Economics David A. Olson BA Political Science Jennifer C. Olson wi5ii»3A Economics Business Kris E. Olson BA Theater Don P. Ong, Jr. BA Psychology Jason S. Ong BA Psychology Mary Jennifer Y. Ong BS Biology I " Randall K. Onishi Darren S. Ooi BA Economics I ntl Stds BS Math Applcl Science Hin H. Or BA History Darin P. O ' Rand BS Comp Sci Eng Tom Orewyler BA Socioloe Kimberly L. Ortale BS Nursing Marites S. Ortaliza BS Nursing Teresa Ortiz BS Sociology Andrea M. Osborne BA History Art History Deb orah K. Osborne BA Political Science 347 Edward S. Osborne BA Economics Alice N. Ota BA | i| i in(. ' sc Stuart S. O. Otroshkin BA Political Science Lin-Ju Ou BA Music )anine Ouyang I ' Monic BS Math Comp BA Soc Comp Art Padilla BA Psychology Gabriela Padilla BA Latin Am Stcis Lynn L. Padilla BA Art Doo P. Paek BA Anthro BA Econ Amy Page |; BA Comm Stcis IM j Chi-Tseng D. Pal BS Comp Sci Eng )ulie M. Pai BA Economics Elisabeth J. Pak BS Sociolo Jihyon Pak BA EnglishAVorlcl Lit Sangjin Pak jtn BA E( I im )mics B Angelie F. Palamos BA Sociology Lorena Palencia BA Sociology Todd G. Pam BA History Teri L. Pang BA Psychology Terpsithga Papadopoulos | Hj( BA English J j Lisa Papett BA History Anita R. Parada BA English Cristine Paradiso BA English Maria Theresa Paragas BA Poli Sci Asian Am Stds Sofia Parasidou BS Pschology [ 348 i Monica A. Paratore BA PnliiK ,il Si irnce Nanette D. Pareja BS Chemistr Yvonne M. Pargett BA Music Jay L. Park S Applied Matliematics Jeewon J. Park BS Mechanical En " Mihae Park BA Fine Art Min Jung Park BA Psych Sociok Tim H. Park BA Sociology ,il Jennifer M. Partridge BS Psychobiology Manisha V. Patel BA Economic s Business Jennifer K. Patrick BA Psychol ulie A. Patterson BA Chin,-! Christel H. Pauli BA Poll Sci lntI Rel Michael J. Pavek BA Psycholo David R. Paz BA Political Science Dianne N. Pekary BS Biok Jannet Pena BS Kinesiologv Laurie N. Pendleton BS Math Econ Albert S. Penilla 3S Electrical Engineering Maria L. Peralta BS Kinesiology Jonathan D. Perez BA Linguistic Anthro Vena Petchpradub BS Psychology Gilda M. Petersen BA Economics 349 Beth L. Peterson BA HistciiA Laura L. Peterson BA Comm Stcis Jennifer A. Petree BA Poli Sci lntI Rel Tina V. Petrusis BA Economics Steven S. Pfeiffer BA Economics Candi-Aihang T. Pham BS Kinesiology Kenneth G. Pham Carrie C. Philhps Deborah M. Phillips BS Electrical Engineering BA English BS Electrical Engir Wendy J. Phillips BA Political Science Creati since ctii waso saw |i stage myvi I wan is 010 wlioi twov mym imol ' aspet myo ' line a onca Lin L. Pho BA Eonomic s, Business Truong Q. Phun BS Comp Sci E Shawn M. Pierre BA Economics Sarah A. Pirch BA Political Science Payman Pirnazar BS Ps ( h()hi( l() ' ' Aneke M. Plimier BA History Bus Admin David P. Plothin BA Psychol Carl W. Pobanz BS Electrical Er Suriani Pokta BS Math Appid Science Eve A. Porinchak BA Psychology 350 Francisco G. Porras BA Economics History Marissa Portillo BA Political Science Noemi M. Portillo BS Chemistry BA Political Science Senior Spotlight Name: Dan Salter Major: Dramatic Arts and Literature Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland Involvement: Daily Bruin Columnist, Assistant Viewpoint Editor, Concert Choir, University Chorus, Musical Theatre Workshop Future Plans: Immediately, I ' ll be heading to graduate school (where I don ' t know...) in play writing tor the next two or three years, writing and directing plays. My long term goal is to become a professional playwright and author. As a part of this, I ' d like to teach creative writing at a university. The theatre is both my hobby and my passion. I see it as the most direct, most powerful art form. Creating theatre, as I have done since high school, is very challenging and very important was drawn [to the] theatre because I saw [it as a] challenge and saw the stage as a place where I could bring my visions and ideas alive. I want people to know that there is more to me than just the guy who writes in the paper every two weeks. That ' s just one of my more visible aspects. I ' m involved with many different aspects of campus life. I created my own major in the college of fine arts. I ' m a kind of character on campus, courtesy of the Daily Bruin. People call me at home, write me, stop me on campus to talk about my columns. My UCLA life is a rich and exciting one. I will remember UCLA as a place where I learned how little I actually know. David A. Posner BS Economic ' ' lnll Stcis Anne M. Powers BA Economics Panuchai Praditbatuga BAPsvc holooy Maria T. Prado BS Sociology Violeta Prado BA Sociology Spencer S. Prasarnsuk BS Biology Mark C. Prator BS Cognitive Science Devin L. Price BA Theatre Erica D. Price BA Psychology 351 Kirsten D. Price BS Biochemistr ' Yvette R. Price BS Molecular Biol ames O. Proctor BA F.ronomirs Michelle L. Profit BA Psycholn " ' Judy E. Proko BS Ap Math BA Econ Bus Erika M. Quare BA Japanese Lano Cu Eddie F. Quan BS Biology Eric R. Quan BS Civil Engineerine Elizabeth M. Quesada BA Political Science Sean E. Quigley BA Economics Lori M. Quinton Alisa D. Rabin BA Political S( K-nce BS Socioioey Bus Admin Ned A. Raggett BA English Christopher G. Rahbar BA De Mohammad Rahimi BS Psychobic Grace S. Rai BA Political Science Thomas E. Profit BAPoli Sci Bus Admin Claudia E. Ramirez BA Spanish Portuguese William F. Ramirez Navid D. Rashtian Linda A. Ratcliffe Michael J. Rauso Janine C. Raven BA Business BS Biology BA English BA Psychology BS Biology 352 i Rowena M. Reano Lucie Recio BA Political Science Laura Record BS Biology Mark J. Redd BS Psychohiology Judith A. Reddick BS Civil Engineering Vinay M. Reddy BS MCD Biology William L. Reinhart BA History Poli Sci Anthony Reyes, Jr BS Kinesiology Sherri S. Rich BA English Derek M. Reed BS Civil Engineerin Erika D. Reich BA Lin " Liistics Jake Reichenthal Psychology Josh B. Reims BA Enolish Robert E. Rendahl BS Mechanical Eng Maridith Resendez BA Psychology Gesele M. Rey BA History Patricia E. Reyes BA Span Portuguese Ling Un S. Rhee BA Economics Elizabeth Rhodes BA Philosophy Artemis Riazi BA Poll Sci lntI Re! Julia D. Rice BA Political Science Cabot M. Richards BA Economics Business Rochelle C. Richter BA English Valerie R. Rickel BA Geography Regina Rico BA Psych Comm Stcis 353 Anne M. Rierson BA English Linnea A. Riesenhuber BA Psychology Stepahnie A. Riggs BA English Rosa E. Riley BA Psychology Susan J. Rinderle BA Sociol Taiyo A. Rious Scott D. Rittichier BA Ling East Asian Lang BA Connnn Stds Bus Michelle A. Rivard BA Spanish Alejandra H. Rivera BA History Idaliz Rivera BA Psychology Charles C. Ro BA Music Junna Ro BA Political Science Linda M. Roberts BA World Arts Cult Bryan L. Robinson BA Comm Stds Matthew R. Robinson BA Political Science Richard B. Rocabado BS Biochemistry Charles E. Rodriguez BA History 354 Gilbert Rodriguez, III BA Economics Guadalupe Rodriguez BA History Julie R. Rodriguez BS Math Appid Sci Jaebuhm Rim I Man BS Electrical Eng Carmen Rodriguez BS Comm Stds m li Larissa Rodriguez BA Psychology Crai I Maria L. Rodriguez BA Spanish Ling Michael ). Rodriguez BS Aerospace Eng Sandra J. Rodriguez BA Political Science George A. Rofail BS Mechanical Eng Dana L. Rogness BA Political Science Catherine M. Romero I " I BA Political Science Catherine A. Rometsch BA Political Science Monica Romo BA Sociology Carolina N. Ronchetta BS Psychology 1 M Lilia Rosas BS Sociok Sandra A. Rose BA Psychology Paula S. Rosenblatt BS Psychobiology Dana C. Rosenfeld BA History Ami F. Rosenquist BA Classical Civ Jason Rountree BS Microbiology Diane E. Rowe BA Psychology Karen P. Rowley BS Sociology DLAP Nina T. Roy BA History Art History Jennifer L. Rozario BA Music Christina L. Ruggiero BS English Craig S. Ruggles BS Biology Aaron T. Ruiz BA Political Science Everto E. Ruiz BA Psychology Mario E. Ruiz BS Biology Jill E. Russell BA Political Science 355 Antonietta A. Russo BS Psychobiology Robert D. Rynearson BS Biolog Samira Sadeghi BA Political Science Afshin Safavi BA Biochemistry Daniel Saffer BA Theatre Drama Lit Jason Sagara BA Political Science Nazanin N.S. Sahami BA Political Science David Y. Sakamoto BS Biochemistr Grace Saker BS Bioloe David T. Sakihara BS Biology Gerardo E. Salazar BA Political Science George M. Salib BS Psychobiology Laura M. Salomone BA English World Lit Maureen B. Sammon BS Psychobio BA Econ Mary Sanabe-Mao BA East Asian Studies Josephine A. Sanchez BA Political Science Karl C. Sanchez BA History Apurva Sanghi BA Econ Bus BS Physics Joanna M. Saporito BA Sociology Michele R. Sapper BA Comm Stds Zoe Sariego BA Psychology Julie M. Sarpy BA Political Science Stephanie T. Sasaki BA Psychology 356 BS Kinesiology Senior Spotlight Name: Davida R. Sivvisa Major: English Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Involvement: LA PLiblic Library Adult Literacy Program tutor, UCLA Chancellor ' s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (Chair, sub-committe on Comparable Worth), UCLA Rape Prevention Task Force, UCLA Pre-law and Black Pre-Law Societies, UCLA Cal State L.A. Mentor Programs, and my 1 1 -year-old son, David. Future Plans: My immediate plans are to begin law school in August. I am presently awaiting decisions from the various law schools I ' ve aplied to in recent months. It ' s an anxious, yet exciting period tor me. My plan is to practice law tor a few years here in the states and eventually return to the Caribbean to practice. I lived in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands for two years and its where I want to return one day. I ' d like people to know that I ' m a woman who has managed career, marriage, child rearing and the pursuit of an education multaneolusly and that we must always remember that epitome of the " non-traditional " student: 38 years old, attending UCLA part-time for most of my school career here since 1 983 (I ' ve worked at UCLA since 1979), been • married, divorced, raising a son. I ' ve been on this campus for 1 3 years and many of the students who worked for me and that I ' ve attended classes with have gone on to active, rich careers of their own long ago. Attending school part-time has been a long, difficult struggle. But I graduate in June! You have to keep reaching for it. That ' s what I want people to know. ' s never too late to keep learning or to pursue dreams. ..some of us are beyond being 5th year seniors and it ' s ok! Cheryl A. Satterburg BA Economics James P. Saunders BS Cognitive Science Alicia A. Savage BA Soi lology Niloofar Savis BA Economics Jennifer L. Sawin BA Women ' s Stds Pamela E. Sawyer BA History Tony A. Scaduto BA Comm Stds BS Kines Michael A. Scarpat BA Economics Jennifer M. Schaaf BA Psychology 357 Leslie G. Scher BA Sociok Miriam L. Schimmel BA Political Science Dana M. Schneider BS Coenitive Science Marcia R. Schneider BS NursinE Glen G. Schneiderman BA Economics Brian L. Scholbrock BS Biolo ' Gary A. Schuman BA E( onomics Veronica Sulian See BA Desi- Eric C. Schramm BS Kinesiology Michael A. Schuh BA History Business Gina M. Schuman BA History Renee A. Scola BS Biology Cynthia J Scott BA History Nancy L. Seeley BS Nu Christine Y. Seki BA Economics lntI Stcis Justin O. Seng BS Physics Paul H. Schultz I Del BA Economics Business Katherine R. Seares BA Vocal Performance Joung Ah Seo BS Math Apple! Sci Soobong Seong BA Economics Maria Robyne Serafica BA English Delilah S. Seroussi BA Political Science Sarine G. Setrakian BS Psychobiology Deyedali Seyedroudbari BS Biochemistry 358 i w I Katherine M. Shady Sangita Shah BS Biolo Noosha Shaheedy BS Biolot Russell W. Shane BS Aerospace Er Praise T. Shang BS Biochemistry i; Deborah A. Sharp BS Kinesiology Tally A. Shashoua BS Psychobiology Brian D. Shaw BA History Lisa M. Sheive BA Sociology Melissa M. Shepherd BA Psychology Francis D. Shih jfc i BS Psychobiology Kathleen Y. Shih BS Math Appid Sci BA Econ Ken M. Shimabuku BA East Asian Studies Chong Won B. Shin B- E( onomics Adrienne L. Sholders BA Psychology Allison L. Shore Dara A. Shulman BA Psycholo Irene Shung BA Economics (Come Grace C. Siao BA Economics Kalvin Sid BA Economics Bus Deborah S. Siegel Rory A. Silver SoHee Sim Melissa M. Simpson Brian C. Sinclair BS Nursing BA History BA Design BA Psycholoby BA Economics Business 359 Scott Singer Sibelle E. Singer Deepjot K. Singh BA History Art History BA English BS Psychobiol Steven D. Sirbu BA Political Science I A. Allister A. S. Siu | Anj BA Economics Bus Davida R. Siwisa BA English Lisa A. Sjong BA Political Science Kelly I. Slater BS Psychobiok Hilary S. Slaughter BA EHistorv Robert L. Slaughter III linaiid BS Poltical Science Thomas E. Slayton BA Political Science Steven D. Smelser BA HisloiAv ' Poli Sci Daniel J. Smetanka BAEn-lish Anthony Smith BA History Christine N. Smith BA English Elizabeth L. Smith BA French Linguistics )ill F. Smith BA English John j. Smith BA English Kimberly A. Smith BS Nursin ' ; Laurie R. Smith BS Kinesioloa Taunya ). Smith BS Psychobiology 360 Jennifer L. Sneed BA English James R. Snider BA Pyschology Suzanne W. Snowden BA Political Science Daniel J. Snyder jamanti BA Comm Stcls a., i I Angela M. Sohn ' ■ BAArt Luanne Solari BS Kinesiol Stephanie A. Soil BA Economics Bus Robert L. Solovy BS Math of Comp to manda C. Sommerfeld BA English Robert F. Sommers BA Poll Sci Histor Jennifer M. Son BA Political Science Emmy K. Song BA History Kathleen M. Songer BA History Liane Sorakubo BS l inesi()l() " v Monica Joy Soriano BA Psychology Bertha A. Soto BA Sociology Samantha M. Spielman BA Comm Stds Carmela Spinoso BA Italian Literature April M. Spitzer BA History Eric R. Sprague BA Economics Michelle M. Somarriba BA Political Science Richard H. Song BA Economics Yvette M. Soto BA Psv holo ' v Bus Byron M. Sotomayor Patricia Soto-Ramirez Jeffrey M. Sparkman Phillip Sparks Hilary Sperling BA English BS Kinesiology BA Political Science BA Psychology Elizabeth Squellati BA EnglishAA orld Lit 361 Otis Stephen BS Kinesiology Jason S. Stewart BA Comm Stds Amy K. Strong BA History Lauri A. Stevenson Christopher L. Stewart Christopher S. Stewart BA English BA German BS Biology Elizabeth Julie Stewart BA English Kristine J. Stotler BA Econ Historv Dawn K. Straccia BS Chemical Ens M. Robert Strachan Jr. BA Political Science Andrea R. Strauss BA English German Lisa Strug BA Psvch Bus Admin Robert D. Stubblefieid BA Political Science Dominique R. Sturman BA History Jaymer J. Suarez BA Psychology Chr 362 %■ Julie A. Sunoo B A Sociology Tracy M. Suzuki BA Art History Shelley L. Swanson BA Psychology Dana L. Swartz BA Sociology Margaret C. Swartz BA Sociology DLAP Garland E. Sweitzer BA History Alexa Swerdloff BA History Walter A. Sylvester BS Mechanical Eng Tung Hwa Ta BA Economics Business Rebecca Tabares BA Political Science Raffi Tachdjian BS Kinesiology Bradley J. Tahajian BA Economics I ntl Stds Julie A. Takaki BS Math Apple! Sci Fahimeh Takesh BA Poli Sci History Elizabeth M. Talley BS Kinesiology Christine M. Tarn Sandy P. Tarn Alireza K. Tamaddon Craig J. Tammel Bee G. Tan BA Psychology BA Spanish BS Biology BS Electrical Eng BA Economics Bus 363 Kiat Gee Tan BA Economics Leonie L. Tan BS Biology David I. Tanaka BA English Linda K. Tanaka BS Nursing Charlotte K. Tang BA Econ Bus Poli Sci Irene H. Tang BS Kinesiology Jacqueline M. Tang BA Psychology Pui Shan Tang BA Economics Terry P. Tang BA Comm Slds Kenneth V. Taurany Amy M. Templeton Maureen A. Tenenbaum Maria Meiania Teran BS Mechanical Eng BA History BA English BA Sociology Sheva B. Tessler BS Kinesiology Bram Tester BA English Kathleen E.Thelen BS Psychology Hedy A.P. Thorn BA English Cameron E.Thomas BA History Kirk L.Thompson BS Civil Eng Paul F. Thompson BS Physics Mark D. Thompson BS Kinesiology Emma L.Thornber BA Sociology Candace M.Tillman BA Economics Bus 364 Senior Spotlight Name: HiiDshi VVdlcl Major: Political Science Hometown: Burbank, California Involvement: SAA (Executive Director of Spring Sing 1991 , 1991-1992 SAA President, 1991-1992 Mortar Board, Chancellor ' s Special Project Office Representative, Intern for White House Office of Public lliaison, Representative for the Office of Presidential Advance) Future Plans: none Herbert S. Tiguia BS Kinesiology Soy T. Tir BS Chemical Eng Eric B. Tisch BA History I would like people to think of me as a person that has a lot of energy and is always looking for new opportunities to get involved and contribute to my community, university or anything else. I think that I am an incredibly lucky person to say that I ' ve had an absolutely great time in all the activities that I have worked on. I would like to remember UCLA as a time in my life that I was able to gain a great perspective on life and [was] able to mature as an individual. I really will look back upon my experience here as an incredibly fun time- a time in which I took advantage of all the opportunities presented to me here on campus. Kent C. Tom BS Electrical Ens Jeffrey S. Tilson BA Economics Bus Louis C. Tmg BS Mechanical Eng David P. Tinsley BA Psychology Patricia V. Tipon BA Political Science Lisa K. Tom BA Math Appid Sci 365 Shari S. Tomei BA East Asian Studies Dean F. Tomlin BS Kines BA Psych Roberta M. Tomooka Jules Tong Tuan Ton-That BA Economics Business BS Electric.1l Ent ineering BA Vic Topper BA Psych Bus Admin Maria E. Torres BA Psychology Anh U. Tran BA English Arian Torbati BS Biology Narda E. Torrealba BA Dance Angelica M. Torres BS Biology Daniel A. Torres | N BA English Amy J. Towery BA Historv Shirin Towfigh BS BiolouN Sklar K. Toy Susanna W. Toy BA Ling E.iM A ' -Mn Lang BA Ling Bus Admin Betty N. B. Tran BA History Bus Admin Phuong T. Tran BS Com Sci Eng Thieulam P. Tran BA Economics Biisiness Kristin M. Tretheway BA Economics Business 366 Helen Trevino BA Sociology Charlene N. Trinh BA East Asian Studies Alison D. Trostler BA Political Science Angela W. Tsiang . BS Chemical Eng I jj i Iial I Yao Wen Tu BS Biology Julie R. Turbeville BA Economics Business Emily A. Turner BA Women ' s Studies Mike S. Turner BS Cybernetics rrt Namita Tyagi BA History Amy Tyler BA History Kenji Uesugi BA History Michelle E. Umali BS Physics Angel Uribe I5A Eronnmirs Sumiko Urquhart Jill L. Urstein BA Economics BA CLissiral Civ 1 Toshio Utsumi BS Kinesiok David R. Twisselmann BS Applied Mathematics Marni Ungerman BA Comm Bus Admin Kimberly E. Uyeda BS KinesioloE i„; . Benjamin V. Valencia Ma Lourdes A.Valencia Victoria L. Valentine Angelica I. Valenzuela I BS Math Appid Sci BA Economics BA English Bus Admin BA Histor Noel B. Vales BA Political Science Usette M. Valladares Glenn Vallecillos Glenn A. Valois Richard Van Bibber Deron G. Van Boxtel BS Mathematics BS Biochemistry BA Psychology BS Kinesiology BA Philosophy 367 Barbara S. VanEckhout 5S Bii )( hciiiisiry Michael D. VanMeter BA Political S( icnre Jane H. Vargas BA S()( i( il(i ' Rebecca L. Vargas Jason Varner BA Political Science BA History BS Chemistry Roselie M. Vasquez BA French Jesus S. Verde BA English Gena J. Villalobos BA History Geraldine P. Villegas BA Psych Bus Admin 368 Jovan Vavic BA History Claudia A. Vega BS Biology Vivian M. Velasquez BS BioloE Cynthia Victorin BA Siology Rick A. Viczorek Alejandro Vidal BA Political Science BS Ap Math BA Span Lit Veronica Villalobos BA Spanish Literature Ruth Villaneda BA Psychok Manuel L. Villanueva BA Politif ,il Sf ience Rodney J. Viloria BA Sociology Denise Vindiola BA Comm Stds Tammy M. Vinograd BA Psychology Davita L. Venable P™ BA Historv Geredith G. Villaver BA Poli Sci lntI Rel 1 Silvia Viramontes l [ BA Sociology | B, [cq, Duydang Vo BS Comp Sci Eng Michael Vogel BA Enclish Jennifer J. Vogt BS Aerosii.irp Enc iWe J. Vonderscher BS Biology Lisa R. Vonderscher BA English Karilyn B. Voss BA Sociology Joel B. Wacknov BS Electrical Ensineerins Sandra A. Waddy BS Kinesiology Matthew L. Wagner BA Theater Dara C. Wainwright BA Psychology Kent D. Wakeford BA History Kelly E. Walker BA Psychok atetl Staci M. Walker BA English Andrew L. Walton Kit M. Wan BA Development Studies BA Economics Business Amy C. Wang BA Economics Elizabeth C. Wang BA Economics Business Eric S. Wang BA Econ BA Sociology Karen L. Wang BA Psych Bus Admin Richard C. Wang BS Biology Sandy C. Wang Yun-Feng Wang BA Psych Bus Admin BS Electrical Engineering 369 Siriruch Wansom B Ero[T(imir Melissa R. Ward BA English Kimberly A. Warren BA Ps rhnln- - Alisa A. Waste BA Psychology Lori A. Watanabe BA Psychology i John J. Watrous BS Math Applcl Scl Merci L. Watson BS Kinesiology Traci A. Waxman BA English Jennifer L. Webster BA Anthropology Heesun Wee BA English Pamela A. Weeks B A Political Science Marjory M. Weese I-. UiM( Kirk T. Watanabe BA English Matthew D. Webb BA Economics Courtney C. Wei f, BA Economics ( « Gina Wei BS Biochemistry Shao-Wen Wei BS Mathmatics Physics Janna L. Weimer BA English Elizabeth A. Weiner BA Comm Stds Lisa D. Weingarten i j BA Psych Bus Admin Ij j Amy S. Weinper BA Psychology Kim C. Weisbarth BA Comm Stds Ailyson B. Weisberg BA Comm Stds Monica A. Weisz BA Economics Christa M. Welch BA History 370 EIke Werner BA Psych Bus Admin ™ ti Kate Whitmore ■ BA History « Eve-Marie Williams BS Mathematics ten Vincent A. Willyard BA Economics Business Tricia L. Westhoff BS Psychobiology Shannon P. Westphal BA English Sarah J. Whang BS Kinesiology Cara B. Wharton BA Hanrc Jennifer Whittington BA Sociology Aruni N. Wijesinghe BA English Oliver C.Will BA Economics Business Corina Y. Williams BA Psychology Holly B. Williams It SiK lology Nancy R. Williams BA History Stephen P. Williams BA Comm Stds Julie L. Williamson BA Political Science Denise E. Wilson BA Film Gina B. Wilson-Ramirez BA Spanish Heidi L. Winer BA Psychology BA Social Anthropology Melissa L. Wirin BS Biology Stacy L. Wise BA Comm Stds Justine L. Witt BA Political Science Heather C. Wolf BA Sociology Kate Wolf BA History 371 Young J. Won BA Sociology Adam Wong BA Economics Aimee Wong BA Psychology History Alice N. Wong BA Economics Allison L. Wong BS Nursing Amy M. Wong BS Math of Comp Bonnie Z. Wong BS Chemistry Clara Wong BA History Bus Admin Debra S. Wong BA Econ Bus Jane S. Wong ,, liar BA Psychology Karina L. Wong BA Economics Business Leilani C. Wong BS Kines BLis clniin Lena W. Wong BA Psychology Stuart Wong BA Political Science Vivian W. Wong Ca BA Economics Business long Wong BS Biochem BA Econ Kenneth R. Woo BS Biology Wai Kin Woo BA Economics Business Frank J. Wood BS Comp Sci Eng Walter S. Wood BS Biology Charisse E. Woods BA History 372 John S. Woodward Jr BS Kinesiology I Kristina Woodworth Matthew j. Wooldridge BS Psychology BA Political Science Fitsum Worrede BS Applied Math Forrest S. Wright )A Communications Annie Wu BA Comm Stds Ben B. Wu BS Electrical Engineering Natalie A Wyer BA Psychology Karen T. Yamabe BA Psychology Dana A. Yamaguchi BS Mathematics Takako T. Yamamoto BA History Jodi S. Yamamura BA Political Science n; Garrett T. Yanai BA Politii il " -( iiMice John Yang BS Biology Tomoyuki Yano BA E( onomics Ruth Yap BS Psychobiology Kar-Fai M. Yau BS Mechanical Eng Esperanza Yeep BA Sociology Denise L. Yeoh BA Music Sylvia L. Yepez BA Sociology Janet I. Yi BA Psychology Jun D. Yi BA IntI Economics Michael C. Yim BA Economics Business Susie Ying BA Econ Bus Rose Anne Yagar BA Sociology Donna Yamini BA Poll Sci English Lisa M. Yaros BA Economics Deborah Yeung BA Econ Bus Douglas S. Yip BA Poll Sci History 373 Kariann A. Yokota BA Hist Asian Am Stds Travis N. 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Eiullei Stacey Ericsson Martin Esteverena Parisa Farrohi Shahram Fatemi mf- , ' -. m Laura Fauth Christine Fax David Fetterman Marc Fielding )ulie Flones Ruthie Flores Sandy Barba 383 384 Victor Gaxiola Ruby Genido Delaram Ghadishah Bassem Ghalayini Alshan Ghiai El ham Ezzati Burch Gibson Cieicli I Devi Gunavvan Enka CjLinn Alfonso Gutierrez Miguel Giilieriez Corrie Gyratter Charles Hahn WIT 385 386 Gary Huyuh i ' i Erin Keck Amber Keller Quentin lones Sung Kang Pete Kelly Bruce Kember Michael Kermani Muizz Kheraj Khoshbakhsh Keypour Ann Khossman Sallv Kluissnictn Trisha kluiiz 387 linah Kim lune H Kim Keith Kim I incin Kim PotCM Kim Sc ' h ' Lin ' Kim Mark Kirby Carol Kiriakos 388 Wanetta Knight Michael Ko Jennifer Kobashi Lawrence Kong CholiastosKonstantinos Mark Kramar f ■ Ri i| kl ir iM C iii)l kw.m |(ihn kwon il i kl Bong La Svvali LckI 1 jj. 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Kadish Gelareh Rahbar Boby Rahimi i; 394 Lance Ralls Brian Ramos Nikki T. Ranglas Navid D. Rashtian Debora Rayhanzadeh Cynthia Rayray Mark D. Reimers Petronila Reyes Christopher Rondholz |anna Rose mm Christy Rothermel Adam Rubenstein lami Riiclotskv lenni Russell ■- wmih ' — nmrnm v»: t™ lennifer Sachs Hussein Saddique Jeanine Saengpradap Parsa Sata Scott Sahlman Raymond Sakai Judith Sanchez M. Veronika Sandor Roix-rt Santiago Teddy Santiago 395 Renee baiiiil cines Cathie Sarayuclej John Sarkissian Zoe Sariego Randy Sasaki Kerry SaukkoLi David Scarpero Sofia Schimmelfennig Jennifer Schneider M.C. Search Amy Seaver 0 Paul Seetachitt SKKS-ifc . ■ , ' Linda Sekigahama Douglas Sept Sept Parisa Farroli Noosha Shaheedy Mousa Shamonki Michael Shelofsky I I lay Shimamoto k Andra Shiniozaki ll L 396 Nicole Smithly MicheleSnell Marti Snider 397 HI r Kinecia Stix Damien P. 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Zigman Wil Zuniga 401 404 VVt ' imei O ' Dea L. 405 O ' Dea 406 -r r ii . s m u r f ' • ' ■ m ' h r-niA • m " j ' !: - " y Ty- Jiyt ' .y , ., , Endler _ 407 408 I 410 J It 1 1 ••■ijK i H ■■Cx ' 1 I 412 O ' Dea 413 Endler 414 J --%. w» " J ■ ' -Zf v 416 I 418 i O ' Dea O ' Ded 419 I • 12 3 4 TOTAL UCLfl 10 7 7 USCpO 7 7 7 TROJflMS on 42 VflRD LINE 1ST Down 10 VfiRDS TO GO Sung 420 421 1 422 J Sunt Sung 423 424 i 425 Endler 426 L Endler 427 429 430 431 Silly, you may think me But I cannot help but smile at you. Not that you have done something funny Even though you can alivays cunuse me. Not that you hcuv tickled me Eve}} though you can ahvaysfind a ticklish spot. To think about you Is the greatest Joy: If lean only hold you For a short time each day Vien that will be the most special time (f my day And we will cherish it until Then next time uv hold each other. I wonder if you ever thought About how we fell in love: It was quick, shaip. and magical As love is supposed to be. But how is it that we fell in love From such a brief begiiming? Was it my .- ense of humor TIjat made you laugh in class? Was it the flower I brought you With a poem to tell you how special you were? Was it just that I listened to you As no one else could? Was it my strong arm To hold your hand, or push back the crowd? Christine. I love you As I have never loved cuiy woman before. As you fill my thoughts with Joy. You fill my heart with passion. And my body with desire. I can thijjk of no one else I waiU to be with For the rest of my life. Everything I ever wanted in a soulmate I have found in you: You make me happy. You iiuike me feel safe. You make me feel needed. You make me want to protect you And fulfill your every wish. I am be Diyself with you. And with you. all my fears are gone. All my life I hai ' e beei i lookii igjbr the womcui (f Diy dreams. And now I have found her in you. To many you is for now only a dream But. long ago. meeting you was a dream, too. Christine. Je t ' aime. A)id I know you love me. too. I just urnUed you to k)iow how I feel Because... well. Just because I love you . Tu es mon amour. Forever yours. Richard Though the writing in this book is brief, it took the effort of four very talented women: Charmaine, Jennifer, Annie, and Jenn. All of you wrote some incredible articles, and I hope it will bring back memories in the years to come. Thank you for everything. Kara and Tess: Thank you for pushing me to do my best work yet. I ' ll always remember the night of pizza. To Chris: Not only are you my love, but you are a great writing and editing partner. Thanks for getting me off my butt and down to work. I cannot wait to start our life together. To Mom and Dad: I know I ' ve been hard work for you, but I hope I can make something of myself, and make you proud. I love yoLi both very much. Thank you for my life. Joseph Ochoa Bachelor of Arts Political Science Class of 1 992 Thanks Mom and Dad for all of your love and support through the hard times, we finally made it. I love you both. Thanks to Tony for being my model and inspiration. You pushed me to be the best. Thank you. Thank you Andrea for loving me and supporting me for the last two years. I look forward to our next 1 00. I love you. Good luck Pi Sigma Alpha. We ' ve laid the goundwork. It ' s now time to take off. Thanks SAA Senior Class Cabinet for all the good times. Thanks Tess. Good luck! You will be a damn good lawyer. Thank you UCLA for helping me to grow into the person I ' ve always wanted to be. To all of you, I promise to always try my best to live up to the high standards that I have set. If we follow our hearts we can never fail. Thanks, jody 432 Congratulations Richard! RICHARD WILLIAM LAURENCE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE AMERICAN HISTORY AND POLITICS JUNE 14, 1992 With all our love and God ' s Blessing. There ' s a big world out there - find your spot in life and " go for the top " . Love, Mom and Pop " Life IS a dance, youjust have to learn the steps. " When you ' re ready to dance, you ' re ready to graduate. From your Baltimore Family- Uncle Art, Aunt Marlene, Dan, and Mike Congratulations on your graduation from UCLA! You did it! We are always so very proud of you, but never more than we are today. You now have the l eys to achieve success. You have worl ed hard, and you have reached your first goal in life. The world is waiting for you and your enthusiasm, your knowledge, your sense of humor, your creativeness, and most of all, your caring. Don ' t be afraid to try new things. Live your life to the fullest! We have every confidence in you and we know that you are already a winner! We love you and wish you and your future, wherever it takes you, the best in a world that is waiting for you! We love you with all of our hearts. We thank you for being someone special. God Bless you, keep you, and guide you all of the days of your life. Love and Best Wishes for a successful future. Mom and Dad 433 Hedrick Hall INCIDENT REPORT 1. LEE HARRIS Basement 2. CHRISTINE LA MARRE RM 352 3. PHIL SPARKS RM 752 711-777-777 777-777-777 777-777-777 Specific incident : GRADUATING! Comments : CONGRATUALTIONSl Take care, best wishes, good luck! report submitted by: Don and Dennis I LOUDMOUTH SOCIETY! Thank you for not only being the greatest roomies I could ever ask for, but also for being the best of friends. The stressing, crying, and whining have been worthwhile because they have brought us closer together, along with the smiles and laughter. I love you all. Forever Friends, Cindi MEGGIE, You are a wonderful daughter, and I am very proud of you. R.N. and B.S. - YES !!!! " Cramps " is surely smiling down on your accomplishments. I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH, .i MOM (alias " Rocker " ) 434 I Dream Deferred by Langston Hughes What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up Like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore — And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over — Like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags Like a heavy load Or DOES IT EXPLODE? Charlie: Here ' s your 3 minutes of " fame. " Yeu-shan: May you never change in your sunny disposition. I am positive Darrin meant to say hi to YOU. You have my permission to kick yourself. You are a " kindred spirit " after all. jenny Chen: Have a happy marriage with Rick and may you two have a lot of happy babies. You were my first " best UCLA friend " and I will never forget that. Jane: You freshman! I know the Lord will guide you in yourtimesof fustrations with your parents. They ' ll see the light. CONGRATULATIONS, Tess and Kara for putting out a most excellent yearbook. I can ' t believe that you guys made every single deadline! Terence should be proud. I am. To the Crown House family and friends: Good luck and see ya around! From the one and only: Jenny Lin Congratulations Phil, You ' ve finally graduated, and on the road to life, love, success and lots of $$. Although you may be leaving behind your friends, remember to keep with you all the memories. I want to wish you all the best in law school, in achieving your goals and fulfilling your dreams. Philip Lo, Esquire. I love you! Forever yours, Jenny Thanks for all the memories and a great introduction to UCLA that first writer ' s meeting, Willy ' s, Lake Tahoe, Phantom, " our " table at the C. Factory, aerobics, ACA, SIBS, " Beauty and the Beast, " Sm Cafe, Improv. thanx to Amily, the Promenade. Bonaventure, and of course basketball. 435 Congratulations, Taunya J. Smith Congratulations to Taunya, my one and only beautiful daughter. Graduation is memory time- (reflections from the past)- ril always cherish the memories of your inspiration as you excitingly conquered endeavors that have brought you contin- ued success over the years. You always knew what your talents were as you continued to set goals for yourself- and you were never afraid of workingtoo hard to reach those goals. You have been only joy, love, and a source of inspiration to me. I am so very proud of you as you accomplish the new endeavor of gradua- tion from UCLA. Always remember that your accomplishments of tomorrow are made possible by your achievements of today. Just trust in God and know that He will always keep you within His care every moment- everywhere. Love, Mom % ' twa ' tWc lust ithei iderfi I 436 I DID IT! B lenl IS( With a little help from my friends . . As Albert Camus said: Don ' t walk behind me, I may not lead . Don ' t walk before me, I may not fol- low. Just walk beside me, and be my friend. Through thick and thin you ' ve been there for me. Thank you for the wonderful memories. I love you guys. With a little help from my family. . . 1 thank you from the bottom of my heart. Although you wanted me closer to home, vou allowed me to spread my wings. You gave me the chance to grow and develop my mind. You gave me the best gift you could ever give me: an education ! I love you Mom, Dad, Rose, Gen, and Beni. Well, Robert, we did it. No more Store Ops parties, no more walking into Westwood to see a movie. As you said " another chapter in our lives has come to an end. " As we begin a new chap- ter, I hope that we keep in touch and stay friends. 1 also want to thank GOD for always being there for me, even through the tough times when nothing seemed to go right. Love, Teri Z. 437 If Con estas palabras, deceamos dedicar nuestros recuerdos y carinas a todos los que tuvieron parte en nuestra experiencia escolar. Primeramente, damos las gracias a nuestros padres que durante los anos nos demostraron apoyo, carina, fe y sobre todo paciencia. Es imposible creer que hubieramos llegado a esta epoca de nuestras vidas sin ustedes. Faltan palabras para exprear el amor y el orgullo que senitmos al saber que tenemos padres como usteds. Tambien agradecemos a nuestras amistades que siempre tomaron uninteres en nuestros estudios y estuvieron disponibles a ayudarnos en cualquier manera. Las amistades que engendramos en el colegio, son amistades para toda la vida. i m Sobre todo, le damos gracias a Dios por habernos dado la fuerza y determiacion para poder lograr Ijtuc nuestras metas. m m 438 RADI MICHELLE MORRIS DEBBIE BABAK ROYA BEVERLY IS WHERE WE MET UCLA IS WHERE WE... ...DEBBIE ' S DUNKERS, HORSEBACK RIDING, BANG 1 2, EOOOFFF, SHINIQUOA, DOOBIE HOWSER M.D., CUTTHROAT, EDGE, THE BIG K, ESHGHY, BOBNOXIOUS, " MORRIS DON ' T TOUCH ME! " , HO HO HO..., ROXBURY, BAR-ONE, HIPS, FATSKY, LARDI, PANE CALDO, ASEXUAL, CHIN CHIN, REECE, MORRIS-BOOBS-NORIEGA, ANTHRO CHEATING, " I ' M GOING BALD-TOS " , TURKIC GOLBI DESERT, RACQUETBALL, WORKOUT, JOHNNY ROCKETS, FALAFEL, TUNA, KEPA, SHOTGUN, GRUB, BOB-I LUV, " I FAILED " , SHAHAREZAD RESTAURANT, SARCASM, PESSIMISM, NANAT, " TO ALL THE MOMS WE ' VE LOVED BEFORE " , LAKERS, MARILYN, HAIRY PEOPLE, ZITS-GALAXY, GOONE, HETEROPHOBIA, VIRGIN? " , SSHAHRAD $HAM$I THE BILLIONAIRE GIRL ' S CLUB, PALM SPRINGS AND TRIPS, SALAD BAR, X ' S: MICELLE LOYOLA-RADI SC— BABAK BIOMED-MORRIS LOMA VISTA-ROYA ■ NORTHRIDGE- -DEBBIE NOT!, ROYA ' S REGURGITATION, DESIRE, CANOE FEET, " IF YOU WERE STUCK ON A DESERT ISLAND... " , RADI AND SEISMIC TREMORS, MICHELLE ' S DILEMMA: MORRIS OR SIMON, " O BEVERLY WE LOVE YOU " , MORRIS ' INDIAN WIFE, CLOSET CASE, HIBERNATION, POLITICAL FEUDING, MATERIALISM, BOB ' S BIG MOUTH, SIDEBURNS, SKI TRIPS, I, AFRO-IRANIAN, SUNSHINE, I ANGLE NOSED, G-STRINGS, ROYA ' S BODY, SL, MOKH, BOB ' S EGO, GOOD LUCK TO RADI FASHID, MICK, HOOMAN AND ALL OTHERS... A MED SHOOL LAW SCHOOL DTLA IS WHERE WE HEAD LOOKING FORWARD TO THE DOREHS! 439 CAREER GUIDE exciting assignments for imaginative people Sandia National Laboratories has career opportunities for outstanding BS, MS or PhD candidates in engineering and the physical sciences; BBAs, MBAs or Master ' s in Accounting, Management Information Systems, Instructional Technology, Organizational Effectiveness, Human Resource Development; and Associate and Bachelor-level technicians in EET, MET, and Drafting from major universities or ABET-approved technical institute programs. One of the nation ' s largest multi-program laboratories, Sand ia is engaged in research and development, addressing important national security issues with emphasis on nuclear weaponization, advanced energy systems and related tech- nologies. Challenging assignments exist in such areas as the application of intense ion beams to inertial confinement fusion; use of lasers and other analytical tools to improve understanding of the combustion process; and development of special silicon and hybrid microcircuits for defense and energy programs. Supporting this work is a full complement of modem laboratory equipment and facilities, a large central network of mainline computers, including several CRAY-IS systems and CRAY-X MP together with a large number of smaller distributed systems of the VAX 1 1 780 class. The Lab ' s principal locations - Albuquerque, New Mexico and Livermore, California - offer a complete range of cultural and recreational activities combined with the informal living style of the west. Sandia ' s benefit package includes paid health care, life insurance, retirement and 24 days paid vacation. US citizenship is required . Qualified candidates should write to: Staff Recruiting Employment Division 3531-53 Sandia National Laboratories PO Box 5800 Albuquerque. NM 87185 ® or Personnel Division 8522-1 13 Sandia National Laboratories PO Box 969 Livermore, CA 94551 Sandia National Laboratories 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 JCAH. Some of the communities we serve are Montebello, Pico Rivera, East Los Angeles, Rosmead, South San Gabriel. Monterey Park, El Monte and Wh ' rttier. 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: HELEN GEORGE Employment Coordinator n BEVERLY HOSPITAL 309 W. Beverly Blvd., Montebello, CA 90640 213-889-2417 There ' s more to life than play. Oh, sure I long nurses love working just two minutes away from the ocean. But they spend more time at the hospital than they do on the beach, .so it ' s important tor them to teel good about their work. too. Nursing is changing and Hoag nunses are keeping up with things like collaborati e practice and work redesign. Even if Hoag didn ' t ha e beautiful ocean views, it v ' ()ukl .still be a great place to start your nursing career. To learn about lloag ' s nursing career opportunities, call l- S()()-22S-HOAG. or .send your resume to Diane Griffiths. RN, Nurse Recruiter, 301 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach, CA 92(i58-S912. EOE. HOAG HOSPITAL :li NEWPORT BEACH • CA Good Vfeik. Good Sam. 77)f musk the minxir the lUuice Fur most (ifBcivrly ' s 45 vcii dciuchifj. has Ixvn hcrpctssion ami her gift Htviitiuil r. akoholtsni nH t her of her health and the ahilily to enjoy that gift. Rapidly deteiivrating. Beverly was admitted to Good Sam with seven- GI bleeding. Jblloii ed qtdckly hy multi-system ftiiliire. A hatteiy of sophisticated procedures wa-i administered, iiicluding intubation and tracheo. tomy. hivasive lines intracranial pres :ure monitohng. and tbnmiMytic adminis- tration. Good Sam s multidisciplinary team appnjach ii icli ided psychosocial si ipportfor both patient and fiimily. After several weeks, and against staggering odds. Beverly s condition impmi ed to the point that a stn»ig detennina- tioti to regahi her health Ix ' gan to emeige. Today Beverly thanks Good Sam for the chance to dwice once agai)i. and uses her gift to teach otheiy. oi ' erall acuity (f patients at G(K)d Sam makes the nniltidisciplincny appn ach to patient care essential It ' s also one of the reasons that nu sing at Good Sam is more challe)iging...more iyitense... mow demaiuling. But aroi ' t the rewards woHh it ' Just ask Beverly. Tlie Advantages of Beginning Your Nursing Career at Good Sam. Decades of technological firsLs " and competent, compassionate care ha c made Tlie Hospital of the Good Samaritan one of the taily outstanding non-profit acute care medical, teaciiing and research centers ser ing Los Angeles and the nation. Today, Good Sam is strategically poised in the balance bet een human compassion and advanced technology-. 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We offer two great locations in centrally located Ingleu ood or beautiful Marina del Rey. And you ' ll grow and advance in your career through your participation in our excellent educational programs and a friendly supportive environment. Daniel Freeman has ongoing career opportunities for RNs and LVNs in Med Surg, Critical Care. Oncology. Rehabilitation, Telemetry and Home Health. We are also seeking Allied Health professionals for Rehabilitation, Radiology, Pharmacy. Respiratory Therapy, Physical Therapy. Occupational Therapy, Laboratory and Medical Technology. Start your career out right with a hospital that recognizes your abilities and offers upward mobility. For more information, please write: Human Resources Nurse Recruitment. 601 Grace Avenue, Inglewood. CA 90301. Surround yourself with today ' s most dynamic career options. : ' ii YZ KAISER PERMANEMTE Soulhern California m Kaiser Pcrmanente Southern Califomia ' s ten medical centers and mental health facility are all unique. Yet they share many qualities. • Extensive resources • Varied specialty areas • Shared governance structures • Expansion which supports career growth opportunities • Stable environments that encourage creativity and risk-taking Whether you ' re interested in managing the future of health care, or contributing as a staff nurse, you ' ll benefit from: • Individualized orientation for new graduates • A full range of care environments and practice delivery models • Diverse clinical training programs • A progressive management philosophy • Emphasis on mentoring And enjoy such benefits as: • Tuition reimbursement • Forgivable educational loan program • Up to five paid education days off per year • 100% health care coverage for you and your eligible family members Make your career goals materialize now. Call our opportunity hotline or speak to a Regional Nurse Recnjitcr directly at 800-421-0086 Or, fax your resume to 818-564-3550, or send it in confi- dence to: Regional RN Recruit- ment Retention, DI06, 393 E. Walnut Street, 7th Floor, Pasadena, CA 91 188-8701. Equal Opportunity Affir- mative Aaion Employer Sponsored By The Sisters of St. Joseph of Ciirondelet fc.. BK_i A Jt5! 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. Meet 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 kayal ing, 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 MEDICAL CENTER ' x READ THIS AND YOU ' LL KNOW WHY PACIFIC HOSPITAL IS BEST SUITED TO YOUR NURSING CAREER Pacific Hospital of Long Beach is a full service acute care teaching hospital with 197 beds. We have all the innovative technology one expects from a modern hospital. But because we ' re small, we provide our patients with calm, homelike surroundings. We like to think we ' re a perfect blend of sensitivity and sophistication. We urge you to explore your best-fit nursing opportunities and join us at Pacific. Our primary concern is for patients ' best interests as we practice up-to-date nursing with a personal touch. In fact, our nursing staff appreciates being on a first name basis with just about everyone who works here. At Pacific Hospital you ' ll also find an environment in which all staff members are encouraged to take an active role in defining key patient care issues. Pacific Hospital Offers: ' Competitive pay; Comprehensive benefits ' Friendly, enjoyable working environment ■ Clinical Ladder Program ■ Weekend premium; Premium for non- scheduled shifts Flexible scheduling Excellent Continuing Education Program Competitive Per Diem pay rates with option to purchase insurance benefits Contact Pacific Hospital for your best-fit nursing career opportunity! Call (31 0) 595-1 91 1 , Ext. 307 or 31 or forward your resume to Laurie Harris, R.N. P H LB PACIFIC HOSPITAL OF LONG BEACH 2776 Pacific Avenue Long Beach, CA 90806 Equal Opportunity Employer z_ 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. 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Our mission is to provide comprehensive patient care with patience, understanding, compassion and skilL Outstanding Facilities A fully implemented clinical ladder allows for personal and professional advancement. Decentralized management allows independent decisions at the staff level Nursing care departments include: • A 24-hour emergency department • ICU • Telemetry • Hemodialysis • NICU • Pediatrics • PICU • A perinatal unit with eight LDRs • Mother baby nursing • Physical rehabilitation • A 24-hour OR • Short- stay care center • Surgical orthopedics • Oncology endocrine and respiratoiyAmmunosuppressed • Other specialties indude a home health agency, a hospice program, a low-vision center and a sldlled nursing unit. Stimulating Professional Climate Nursing education at St Maiy Medical Center is both comprehensive and relevant, to meet the needs of today ' s professionals. General hospital orientation is foDowed by an individually designed orientation in a specialty area Our critical care internship program for ICU CCU and telemetiy has rapidly gained recognition as one of the most effective of its kind. Other internships include OR, Emergency nursing, L D, Peds PIU and NICU. • Affiliations with the local ADN and BSN nursing programs • Graduate nursing programs • Pull scholarship awards • On-site bachelor ' s degree in health science or a master ' s in health care administration rrou Chapman College • Free BRN-approved nursing seminars and home study modules • Staff development activities, and tuition reimbursement Excellent Benefits • The clinical ladder concept allows RNs to receive a salary and clinical assignment based on clinical experience and education. • Career ladder RNs earn from $32,700 to $62,000 annually. • Competitive shift differentials and a generous ni t-shift incentive. • Paid leave is a system that provides paid time off for vacations, hoUdays and occasional illness. • Flexible benefits program - options include health, dental and life insurance, long - and short-term disability coverage. • Tuition reimbursement, credit union, pharmacy discounts and daycare for mildly ill children are available. • On-site day-care will be available in spring 1992. Special Features St Mary Medical Center is close to cultural centers, exciting shoppmg and recreational areas, the Pacific Ocean, mountain resorts, desert spas and Mexico. Nurses can work fiill-or part-time schedules with no shift rotations. Float and per diem positions are also available. Ten - or 12- hour shifts are available in selected areas. For more information ab out our outstanding nursing opportunities please contact our nursing employment ofiice at (800) 487-3244 or (310) 491-9995 or send your resume to 1060 Linden Ave., Long Beach, CA 90813. Attention: Alaine Gluck R.N. • Nursing Director of Recruitment Retention. J] ll St. Mary Medical Center 1050 Linden Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90813 colleagues Tn caring. " A The men and women who make up the health care team at Long Beach Memorial are united in their commitment to maintain the highest clinical standards in health care. These Colleagues in Caring " benefit from a multitude of career oppor- tunities which allow each individual greater opportunity to achieve their professional and personal goals in such disciplines as: • Nursing • Respiratory Therapy • Physical Therapy • Occupational Therapy • Pharmacy • Clinical Laboratory • Radiologic Services If you are a licensed professional or a New Crad and would like more information about becoming one of our " Colleagues in Caring " contact Valerie Martin, Director of Employment and Recmitment LONG BEACH lliF MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER 2801 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, CA 90801 (310) 595-2283 or (800) 552-0858 Equal Opportunity Employer M F Career Opportunities Available Natividad Medical Center Contact Elaine Herman Nurse Recruiter 1 330 Natividad Road Salinas, CA 93912-1611 408-755-4282 Equal Opportunity Employer 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 m 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 actuato rs 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 the 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 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 mmtiiiiiimmimii mmmmm itimiiiiiittimimmiitii mimnmm Bellwood General Hospital Look to Bellwood General Hospital for exciting career opportunities for Registered Nurses with Medical Surgical, ICU, or Psychiatric Experience. 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Mathematics, or Computer Science Electrical Engineering with signal processing emphasis is also acceptable Oualified professionals are invited to contact our Corporate Personnel Office at (818) 787-7)80, or send a resume in confidence to Corporate Personnel Department, XonTech, Inc., 6862 Hayvenhurst Ave., Van Nays, CA 91406. U.S. CItlzenslUp Required. AU applicants selected wUI be subject to a security Investigation and must meet ellgiblUty requirements for access to classified material. XonTech, Inc. " People, Science and Technology " Northern Southern California Colorado • Washington, D.C • Hnntsville, Alabama We are an equal opportunity employer M F H V HEALTHCARE OPPORTUNITIES 1 he Difference Is The Spirit You ' ll feel the spirit from tlie moment vou step through our doors. It ' s on the faces of our staff. In the smiles of our patients. It ' s all part of the St. Jude Spirit. Located in FuIIerton, St. Jude Medical Center is a 331-bed acute care facility vvhich is recognized as one of the most modern and respected centers in medicine. Our nursing and allied health care professionals have a commitment to excellence which characterizes all aspects of patient care. VVe ' re currently seeking nurses and allied health care specialists to join our team. St. Jude Medical Center offers outstanding salaries, and com- prehensive benefits packages. We also provide a technological environment at the leading edge and the opportunity to work with a trulv inspired staff. Rir those just beginning their careers who want to match their ambition with professional reality, we invite vou to visit us between Sam and noon on Mondays, Tues- days and Thursdavs. You may also send vour resume to: St. Jucle Medical Center, 101 East Valencia Mesa Drive, FuIIerton, CA 92635. Or call 714 992-3925 for current opportunities. We are an equal opportunity employer. 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As a private affiliate of the University of Soudiem California, we are well-known for progressive oncology research and therapy; attracting professionals who value collaboration and the one-to-one personal bonds made possible by a low patient-to-nurse ratio. growth and advancement opportunities, career training and the rewards of working with a staff that provides patient care without equal. New Grad Program-As an RN New Graduate, you will participate in our comprehensive six month paid New Graduate Orientation program. Your first three months of orientation will involve in-depth diverse classroom training and a clinical preceptorship. The second half 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. This in-depth orientation satisfies the core cunicu- lum for the National Oncology Nurse certification exam, which can be taken after your first year of full-time work. Embark on a rewarding and exciting journey as a nurse widi Kenneth Nonis 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 Nortis Nurse and a member of our all RN staff, you will enjoy practical rewards too. These include flexible scheduling, 12-hour shifts, and an in-depth orientation program which provides you with 30 CEUs. Full-time staff enjoy 3-weeks paid vacation each year, educational assistance, comprehensive insurance plans, employer paid retirement plan and a relocation allowance. All of diis in addition to unparalleled tal, 1441 Eastlake Avenue, Dept. 181, Los Angeles, CA 90033-0804. Equal Opportunity Employer. m USC NORRIS CANCER HOSPITAL Abbassi, Derek C. 292 Abboud, Joseph 292 Abcede, Armine 292 Abdelkerim, Christine 292 Abdollahi, Bita 236 Abrahamson, Todd A. 292 Abrari, Pedram 378 Abreu, Carlos 378 ACA 222 Ackley, Susan 250 Acorda, Brenda E. 292 Acosta, Nikki 258 Acosta-Rubio, Marx 292 Acuna, Megan 258 Adam, Troy K. 292 Adams, Sarah 260 Adams, Sharome V. 292 Aden, Marcie L. 292 Adhami, Noushin 236 Adwani, Antoun 292 Aesquivel, Clarissa 248 Afrooz, Bobby 378 Afsharieh, Jasmine A. 292 Agajanian, Lisa 256 Aghai, Roya 292 Aguila, Shirley 221 Aguilar, Dora 292 Aguilar, Luisa 254, 292 Aguilera, Humberto 378, 292 Aguinaldo, Wilfredo C. 292 Ah, loung Seo 358 Ahdoot, David 378 Ahmed, Sajid 226 Ahn, Sandy 292 Akakaki, Michelle L. 292 Akashi, Tara 249 Akella, Anita 378 Akhavan, Fatemeh 225 Akil, Lina 292 Alas, Charissa 378 Alavynejad, Bahram 292 Alber, Stephanie 236 Alberton, Kristin M. 292 Albright, Tina L. 292 Alcantara, Francis 378 Alexander, Brian E. 292 Alexander, Darren 255 Alexander, Devon 266 Alexander, Erin 378 Alexander, Jeff 269 Alexander, Julie 262 AN, Kamal 293 Aliaga, Patricia 293 Alich, Amy 293 Allbright, Tina 236 Allen, Michael 378 Allen, Todd M. 293 Aller, Gregory 378 Allern, Latrice 234 Alleyn, Rebecca S. 293 Allison, James P. 293 Altmann, Robyn 250 Alvarez, Sophia 378 Alvarez, Veronica L. 293 Alves, Anna M. 293 Amador, Alicia 234 Amador, Liberty 221 Amezquita, Deborah 293 Amii, Lisa 234 Amin, Nora 293 Ammari, Riham F. 293 Amor, Charrisse 378 Ancia, Marjorie 378, 293 Ancona, Jorge 378, 236 Andelin, Julie 264 Anderegg, Jennifer B. 293 Anders, Carmen 378 Anderson, Amy 378, 236 Anderson, Becka 378 Anderson, Bruce C. 293 Anderson, Christina 265 Anderson, Douglas L. 293 Anderson, Janie 378 Anderson, Jennifer 221 Anderson, Kate 254 Anderson, Melissa 250 Anderson, Rebecca 262 Aneers, Allison 225 Angel, Claudia 378 Angioletti, Christopher 293 Angus Jr., Ted F. 293 Anhalt, James 293 Ann, Leigh K. Chang 300 Ann, Lori Rogich 236 Anselmo, John 207 Anthony, Mark Burlaza 298 Antony, lames J. 293 Anzures, Benilda 378 Apolinario, Velinda 378 Appel, Debbie 254 Aragon, Christina 234 Aragon, Pedro B. 293 Arakaki, Michelle 225 Arazi, Natalie 265 Arce, Michelle 254 Ardon, Judith A. 293 Arendt, Cory P. 293 Arevalo, Jesusa M. 293 Arizmendez, Melinda 293 Armenta, Norma L. 294 Arndt, Nicole 258 Arpawong, Ed 232 Arrache, Marissa 262 Arreygue, Anouki 236 Arroyo, Christofer 294 Artukovich, Melinda 234 Arzumanyan, Alina 294 Asahara, Nora 256 Asam, Moana 260 Aschenbrenner, Tina M. 294 Ashkar, Susan 256 Ashton, Karen 378 Ashton, Tracey F, 294 Askin, Melinna E. 294 Aslam, Saira 221, 234 Astarita, Erin 262 Astarita, Katie 265 ASUCLA 229 Atherton, Candice 258, 294, 236 Atkinson, Karen 221 Atklos, Gina 216 Au, Kathy 265 Auerbach, Don 236 Auerbach, Patrick E. 294 Austin, Edison 294 Austin, lennifer 262 Austria, Arnie 294 Avendano, Areli 294 Avila, Laura P. 294 Avila, Myla 256 Axe, Brian 294 Axelrod, Lauren 294 Axton, James L. 294 Ayala, Diana 378 Ayala, Leticia B. 294 Ayala, Mayra M. 294 Ayala, Virginia 294 Ayers, Kevin W. 294 Aylett, Valerie K. 294 Aynehchi, Shahrad 378 Ayres, Ashley 256 Ayres, Jennifer 265 294 Azine, Laurie 294 Azizzadeh, Babak 294 B Baba, Holly 221, 294 Babic, Aleksandar 207 Baca, Brenda 236 Bachand, Rain 262 294 Backes, Natascha 258 Baddour, Yasser M. 295 Bae, Alice 262 Bae, Christine 295 Baer, |enn 265 Baer, Jennifer 295 Bagge, Lunn 234 258 Bagnette, Laura-Angela 295 Bahr, Marie H. 295 Baig, Eduardo A. 295 Bail, Pamela Y. 295 Bailey, Ahbra 378 Bailey, Christopher 378 Bailey, Jeff D. 295 Bainer, Angela 260 Baje, Mark 234 Bakcht, Miriam 378 Baker, Lori 236 Bakhda, Sameer 378 Balderas, Janet 295 Baldwin, Francoise 378 Baldwin, Justine L. 295 Baldwin, Kathleen 378 Baleva, Milarose 225 Baiko, Rachel 378 Ballesteros, Judy R. 295 Banayan, Edmond 378 Bancroft, Anthony J. 295 Banuelos, Amy 225 Barajas, Irma 295 Barba, Sandy 378 Barbardo, Sandy 236 Barber, Bill 192 Barber, Michele L. 295 250 Barber, Sarah 262 Barber, William 378 Bardin, Laurie 266, 225 Bardon, Lisa 258 Bardon, Lisa M. 295 Bareuther, Kristen 262 Baricante, Michael 295 Barkan, Liana 254 Barker, Carissa 236 Barker, |on A. 226, 295 Barnajian, Parastoo 378 Baron, Dana 254, 236 Barragan, Jennifer 379, 221 Barrett, Allison 254 Barrett, Grace 254 Barricella, Suzi 252 Barrio, Melanie 236 Barron, Kim 260 Barros, Lorena 295 Barrow, Monica A. 295 Barrows, Kirsten 265 Barsom, Michael W. 295 Barstad, Daria 260 Barstad, Debi 266 Bartlett, Shelley 379 Bartz, Rachel 266 Barulich, Marianne 258 Barzaga, Pearl 256 Baskind, Liza 260 Bassett, Glenn 192 Bassett, Jana 265 Basso, Christy 260 Bastomski, Sara 379 Batacan, Bren 379 Bates, Traci 260 Bath, Heather 250 Batt, Rochelle H. 295 Baumann, Adrienne 258 Baur, Angela 295 Bautista, John 379 Bean, Meredith 250 Beare, Paul E. 295 Bechtold, Michael L. 295 Becker, Ben 379 Behnke, Kim 225 Behrens, Bill 192 Be jar, Roberto 295 Belasco, Shanti 379 Bell, Brooke 296 Bell, Jennifer 221 Bell, Kristin M. 262, 296 Belles, Bruin 221 Belman, Orii 266 Ben-Shmuel, Alon 296 Ben-Zeev, Oren H. 296 Bender, Christina M. 296 Benkovich, Claudia 296 Bennish, Lisa L. 296 Berdjis, Peiman 296 Berg, Andra 254 Berg, Andra Erin 236 Berg, Andra L. 296 Berger, Henri 296 Berger, Liz 262 Bergman, Alisa 221 Beringer, Ashlie 262 Berkman, lason M. 296 Bermack, Michael 296 Berman, Melissa 379 Bermeo, Annushka 260 Bermudez, Lisa 252 Bernard, Sarah 250 Bernini, Ona 250 Bernstein, Bonnie 262 Bernstein, Leslie E. 296 Berookhim, Leeora 379 Bertet, lean-Claude 296 Bettenhausen, Valerie A. 296 Bhang, Ellen 296 Bhatt, Neel 379 Bhavabutanon, Luk 232 Bhavbhutanon, Lukchai 296 Bhazona, John K. 296 Bigas, Nicole 254 Binsacca, Anya 296, 234 Bissell, Fritz 192 Blackburn, Kristine 296 Blackmon, Omar 379 Blackmore, Debbie 232 Blake, Diana 296 Blau, Stephanie 225 Blecker, Zena ]. 296 Bleecker, Hillary 296 Bley, Samantha 266 Bleza, Annabelle 296, 234 Block, Kristin 296 Bloomfield, Jeannette L. 297 Blumberg, Joel 379 Blumenkranz, Joshua 379 Blunt, Karen M. 297 Boardman, Molly 262 Bodeau, Andrew 297 Boehle, Michelle 379 Boettger, Elizabeth 221 Bohannan, Wendy 379 Bolenbaugh, Lee 236 Bollinger, Nicole 236 Bologna, Leda 297 Bolton, Glen 297 Bong, Ki La 389 Bono, Sunny 379 Boozel I, Jeffrey 379 Borick, lay J. 297 Borjon, Melinda 221, 297 Bosakowski, Jennifer 297 Bosse, Sharon 236 Botelho, lennifer 234 Botello, Natalie M. 297 Bourgeosie, Megan 252 Bouskila, SylvieE. 297 Bowman, Elizaljeth 379 Bowyer, Julie 236 Boyd, Crystal 258 Boyd, Karen 237 Boyd, Shelley 265 Boyd, Susan 297 Boyle, Heather 236 Boyle, Heather M. 297 Boyle, Karleen 297 Boyle, Tina M. 297 Bradbard, Lori 266 Bradford, Julia 236 Bradham, Rena 256 Bradley, Audrey 221 Bradley, Betsy 266 Brandon, Jennifer 380 Brandt, Jeremy 207 Branham, leanie 221 Brant, Keith 236 Braunwald, Laura 250 Brawley, Dianne 297 Brawn, lennifer G. 297 Bray, Kiersten M. 297 Bremer, Holly 260, 187 Brenner, Carrie 250 Brichard, lulia 236 Bricker, Kristy 258 Briggs, Bridget 265, 297 Briseno, Mike 379 Britton, Johanna 250 Britton, Natalie 260, 297 Broadway, Tracey A. 297 Brockington, |odi A. 297 Bromberg, lason 234 Brotherton, lulie 258 Broussalian, Levon 234 Brown, Ann Marie 221 Brown, Dawn 260 Brown, Deborah A. 297 Brown, Erin 380 Brown, Fontina L. 297 Brown, Heather 258 Brown, lennifer 258 Brown, Katrina L. 297 Brown, Katy 258, 297 Brown, Lauren R. 298 Brown, Mathew |. 298 Brown, Meggin 260 Brown, Shari 260 Brown, Tammy 298 Brown, Tara N. 298 Bruber, Rachel 258 Bry, Stephen 380 Bryan, Mark H. 298 Buchen, Eric 298 Buchwald, Eva 254 Buckelew, Rebecca 260 Buckley, Christopher P. 29P Budiman, lohnny 298 Buell, Catherine 298 Buelna, Tricia 258 Bui, Hung V. 298 Bullock, Alicia 225 Bunkin, Sarah 266 Buntrock, Charley 298 Buntuyan, Errol 226, 298 Buonaccorsi, Gregory 380 452 Bur.ilglio. Donny 2 ' !4 Burkige, Lisa R. 198 Burt;, Shannon 260 BiiiL ' , Ashley 380 BurU ' tt.VVilliom 298 , Burkey-Skye, lason 298 i Burkhard, |en 260 ' Burns, Erin 380 Burrows, Brians 298 Bushman, Carlotta 380 Butler, Kate 262 Buttram, Jennifer, 225 Butlram, lennifer A. 298 B lin, Carey 250 B rne, John 298 Bvron, Havley 258 Caballero. Maria 298 Cabello, Vanessa 254 Cabil, Wendy R. 298 I Cabral, Alberto 380 Cabrera, Dena 298 I Caldwell, Avery L. 298 Calig, Tony 380 Calinga, Sheila E. 298 Callahan. Matthew 299 Calleros, Albert 299 Camacho, Treena 187 Cameron, Rennie 380 Campos, Elizabeth 299 Canalita, Charlene 236 Canete, Ivan 236 Canter, Elliot B. 299 Canty, Lauren 380 Cao, Liang 299 Capwell, Carrie 221 Carberry, Cheri 221 Cardona, Dede 252 Cardova, Diana M. 299 Carey, lennifer 258, 299 Carlson, lacqueline 256, 221 Carlson, Kristen 265 Carmack, Angela 380 Carpenter, lenny 266 Carr, Tamara 380 Carroll, Julie 254 Carter, Kaleaph 380 Carter, Kristin 260 Carter, Robert L. 299 Carusi, Daniela 223, 236 299 Carwin, Stephanie 299 Casias, Alyson 266 Casquejo, Lynette 225 Castagnino, Daniela 299 Castaneda, Leticia 225 Castanon, Myrna 299 Castillo, Bernadette 380 Castillo, Jr., Solon H. 299 Castillo, Max 380 Castillo, Priscila E. 299 Castillo, Sophie A. 299 Castle, Trisha 221, 236 Castleberg, KT 250 Castro, Benjamin 299 Castro, Lydia 221, 226 Cattilini, Ann 262 Cedergreen, Eric 299 Ceje, Dolores 380 Cerna, Catherine J. 299 Cha, Soo-Young 299 Chabot, Diane 299 Chai, Hyun 380 Chai. Margaret 248 Chaidez, Patricia Y. 299 Chalekson, Charles P. 299 Chalvorapol, Chitra 232 ChambeHin, Mark 380 Chambers, Christa D. 299 Chammas, Audrey 262 Chan, Allison 248 Chan, Calvin 380 Chan, Cheuk K. 299 Chan, Casone 232 Chan, Kimberly 380 Chan, Leon C. 300 Chan, Michael Y. 300 Chan, Oliver S. 300 Chan, Stephanie 381 Chan, To-Tsang 300 Chan, Wendy 249, 381 Chandler, Kristin 381, 221 Chandler, Toni 234 Chang, AidaN. 300 Chang, Charlene 249 Chang, Chun-Yang 300 Chang, Diana 237 Chang, Donald K. 300 Chang, Haewon 300 Chang, Hsien-Wu 300 Chang, Jeannie 232 Chang, Jennifer 381 Chang, Renee 300 Chang, Sung W. 300 Chang, Wei-Chao 226 Chanyonpatanakul, Sudarat 232 Chao, Shirley 381 Chao, Tina 236 Chapman, Pamela 265 Charles, Mariedith 300 Charuratna, Bon 232 Charusathiapa, Mitch 232 Charuworn, Burt 232 Chase, Judy 262 Chatman, Paris 252 Chatman, Paris L. 300 Chatterjee, Dalia 252 Chau, Louis 300 Chavez, Jesse 381 Che, Lisa 300 Chee, Sulynn 300 Chellamy, Caroline 300, 236 Chellamy, Cigi 236 Chen, Amy 300 Chen, Bernard 381 Chen, Catherine 381 Chen, Diena 236 Chen, Eleanore 258 Chen, l-Wen I. C. 300 Chen, Leashanne 222 Chen, Lily 258 Chen, Lisa 221 Chen, Marvelee M. 300 Chen, Minnie 221 Chen, Nancy 248 Chen, Sarah 250 Chen, Steave 236 Chen, Sylvia 266 Chen, Vicky 300 Chen, Wei-Ling L. 300 Cheng, Albert 300 Cheng, Charlotte 301 Cheng, Clark 222 Cheng, Lisa 249, 381 Cheng, Melanie 250 Cheng, Paul 301 Cheng, Sandra 236 Cherry, Deanna 228, 301 Cheung, Cindy 301 Chew, Sukee 301, 237 Chi, Louise 301 Chiang, Lisa 255 Chiang, Michael 301 Chibnik, Taj 262 Chin, Christina 221 Chin, Khin 236 Chin, Susan 301 Chin, Tricia 248 Chin, Wendy 301 Ching, Kelly 258 Chinowsky, Steve 381 Chinvarasopak, Sandy 301 Chisholm, Pamela 381 Chisick, Brad 301 Chiu, ChiC. 301 Chiu, Dennis 381 Chiu, Julie 256, 381 Chiu, Linda 301 Chiu, Thang K. 301 Cho, Eileen 301 Cho, Grace 381 Cho, Maggie 234 Cho, Sue 249 Choa, Jasmine 225 Choate, Abigail 381 Chobdee, Julie 249 Choe, Hokon 301 Choe, Sue C. 301 Choe, Sunhee 301 Choi, Chang I. 301 Choi, Chung-Ah 301 Choi, Nam 260 Choi, Sung 381 Choi, Sunny 301 Choo, Regina 262 Choontanom, Gypsy 232 Choontanom, Jieb 232 Chopra, Kunoor 221 Chosak, Jamie M. 301 Chou, Michael 381 Chow, Elizabeth 301 Chow, Pamela 248, 221 Chrisman, Marjoie 228 Christ ensen, Alexis 258 Christiano, Nicole 301 Christman, Valerie 236 Christopher, Karin 302 Christy, Debbie 260 Chu, Elaine 221 Chu, Margaret 234 Chua, Monrapa 232 Chua, Panya 232 Chua, Rowena 248 Chua, Vena 302 Chuang, Harrison 302 Chuang, Judy 302 Chuang, Peter 381 Chubb, Kai 262, 302 Chuck, S. 381 Chul, SungYun 374 Chun, Conceil 249 Chun, Deanne 250 Chun, Eva 302 Chun, Grace 226 Chunbomrung, Narisa 254 Chunbomrung, Wila 232 Chung, Amy 302 Chung, Carol 302 Chung, Gin-Hee 302 Chung, Helen 302 Chung, Hyunsuk 302 Chung, Jennifer 302 Chung, Munju 302 Chung, Richard 302 Chung, Susanna 302 Chung, Suzie 302 Chung, Teresa 232 Church, Lynn 225 Cisneros, Sylvia 302 Ciudadano, Anthony 302 Clare, Sean 302 Clark, Harry 302 Clark, Kimberly 236 Clark, Susan 266 Clay, Kenya 302 Claydon, Sage 256 demons, Jenene 302 Cleuenger, Cary 302 Cloffi, Lori 260 Clothesoff, Oliver 381 Coe, Michelle 302 Coglitore, Giovanni 302, 232 Cohen, Allan 303 Cohen, Amy 262 Cohen, Margalit 303 Cohen, Margaret 382 Cohen, Michelle 254, 303 Cohen, Sadaf 254 Cohenour, Heather 252 Cohler, Cher 254 Cohn, Allyson 250 Coleman, Lisa 303 Colina, Charmaine 303 Colinco, Wenona J. 303 Collins, Kristin 303 Collins, Michael 303 Coloma, Nenita 225 ColumbusStarks 362 Comanor, Christine 303 Combs, Sean 303 Conde, Francisco 304 225 Conte, Claudine 262, 304 Conti, Gloria 304 Cook, Aimee 266, 304 Cook, Joanna 266 Cook, Julie 304 Cooper, Danamaye 249 Cooper, Gillian, 225 Cooper, Jacqueline 304 Cooper, Jenny 266 Cooper, Lavender 382 Coplon, Dovid 304 Cordero, Charmaine 382 Cordero, Sharon 382 Corea, Thomas 304 Corleone, Vito 382 Cormany, Ashley 250 Cornejo, Rachel 221 Cornett, Paul 225 Cornick, Suzanne 225 Corpus, Don 234 Corpuz, Steven 304 Corrales, Wilma 304 Cortez, Evelyn 304 Cortez, Isabel 304 Couvillion, Amalie 262 Covert, Eric 236 Cowan, Lora 252 Cowden, Jack 304 Cox, Timothy 236 Craig, Caryn 304 Grain, Jeanine 266 Crane, Allison 266 Cravets, Matthew 304 Cravotta, Nicholas 304 Crawford, Anne 236 Crawford, leneane 382 Crisp, Thomas 304 Cromwell, Jesse 262 Croslow, Jennifer 304 Cross, Lisa 304 Crowder, Julie 258 Croy, Kelly 262 Crudo, Ann Marie 304, 260 Crutchfield, Yvette 304 Cruz, James 382, 304 Cruz, Tobie 248 Cruz-Smith, Luisa 266 Cryan, Julie 265 Cuadrado, Yvette 254 Cudanes, Joyce 304 Cuenca, Aimee 266 Cunningham, Kevin 304 Cunningham, Latanya 304 Cunningham, Martin 382 Cunningham, Richie 311 Curr, Maureen 252, 305 Curzan, Jon 305 Cutler, Nancy 266, 305 Da Costa, Ian 232 Daetz, Steve 305, 236 Dagermangy, Kristen 260 Daigle, Kathleen 266 Dalla, Nelson Tor 305 Daly, Kathleen 221 Daly, Kevin 305 Daly, Meara 252, 305 Damavandi, Jessica 262 Damavandi, Rebecca 262 D ' Amelia, Abbie 305 Daneshmand, Siamak 382, 305 Dang, MyHanh 305 Dang, Thao 249 Danielson, Jeffrey 305 Danserean, Degan 382 Dao, Monique 234 D ' Aquipa, Stony 382 Darakananda, Nikki 232 Darakananda, Nukunthorn 305 Darras, Anastasia 305 Darwin, Kristen 305 Darwish, Carol 226 Daskarolis, Kaymaria 382 Dastur, Behnaz 305 Dauer, Jen 252 Dauer, Jennifer 305 Daugherty, Megan 305, 225 Davalos, Elissa 256 David, Robert 382 Davies, Shannon 260 Davis, Christine 252 Davis, Elisa 258 Davis, Katy 225 Davis, Scott 305 Davis, Timothy 305 Davis, Tracy 266, 305 Dayton, Kris 250 De Aguilar, Mayra 221 de Castro, Arnold 225 De Fazio, Valeria 382 de Jesus, Michele 305 de la Ossa , Jennifer 305 de la Torre, Thomas 305 De Leon, Debbie 306 De Leon, Margarita 306 De Santis, Anthony P. 306 De Santis, Melissa 256 Deal, Kristen 262 Dean, Damon A. 306 Dearborn, Andrew 306 DeBisschop, Laura 266 Deborah, Anne, 225 DeGuzman, Ernesto 382 Delcaza, Esteban 305 Dejesus, Michelle 237 453 Dekermenjian, Manuel 306 del Pozo, Phillip 396 De LaCruz, Melissa 252 De LaHuelga III, Enrique 305 Delaney, Thomas 306 Delany, Cindi 382 Deltin, Rodel 306 Delsol, Julie 266 Delucca, Ashley 262 Dennehy, Paula 266 Denver, Mike 207 Deocampo, Delia 306 DePersia, Dionne 382 Der-Abramians, Steven 306 DeRuyte, Erica 221, 306 Desai, Niraj 306 Descallar, Eileen 236 Destito, Michelle 306 DeSurra, Desiree 236 DeVera, Pinky 306 DeVirgilio, Stephanie 258 DeVita, Melissa 254, 382 DeVore, Bryon 201 DeWitt, Anne 260 Di, Sinn 382 Diaz, Nancy 306 Diba, Roxana 383 DiBerardino, Christie 236 Dickens, Harry 383 Diehl, Mike 207 Diemer, Dione 254 Diep, Giang 383 Diesto, Regina 306 Dietrich, Todd 306 Dilkian, Tracy 256 Dim, Im 383 Dinh, Cynthia 221 Dinucci, Michael 306 Dinucci, Viviana 250 Dinwiddle, Djallon 306 Dirnberger, Esther 383 Dishotsky, Rebecca 254 Dittman, Lori 250 Dixon, Henry 306 Dixon, Robert 306 Djavadi, Sebastien 306 Do, LanAnh 307 Do, Phong 222 Do, Tuan 307 Doane, Christine 307 Doby, Monica 307 Dockray, Heather 307 Dodson, Melanie 256 Doh, Jeong 307 Doi, Stephanie 307 Dold, Cindy 260 Domingo, Candido 307 Domingo, Rosalie 307 Dominguez-Taylor, Rebecca 307 Donahue, Nicole 260 Donaldson, Erica 252, 307 Donaldson, Kristin 258 Donaldson, Kristin E. 307 Donaldson, Lara 256, 383 Dong, Robin 221 Donovan, Tracy 307 Dool, Scott 307 Dorin, Jason 307 Doroudian, Maziar 307 Dorsky, Alex 383 Dos, Angel Santos 254 Dose, Sara 307 Dossa, Jennifer 266 Dote, Linda 234 Dowling, Lisa 266, 307 Drake, AnnMarie 307 Drake, Pam 232 Drake, Susan 252 Dreyfus, Amy 260 Duarte, Tisha 383 DuBois, Renard 307 Duca, John 307 Duclair, Dominique 307 Pudding, Shannon 307 Duell, Aimee 252 Duell, Elizabeth 252 Dulla, Hazel 307 Dunbar, Jackie 262 Duncan, Matt 383 Dunn, Laurie 252 Dunne, James 307 Dunne, Shannon 250, 307 Dunston, Shawon 383 Duong, Hung 308 Duong, Thinh 308 Duran, Stephanie 308 Durazza, Robert 308 Dutton, Mary 308 Duy, Nhien Le 390 Dwyer, Kelly 111 Dye, Robert 308 Dyess, Jacqualine 221 Dyong, Debbie 249 Eames, Terry 308, 225 Earley, Margot 308 Eastwood, Barbara 308 Ebling, Tanya 308 Eby, Alyson 262 Echeverri, Claudia 265 Eck, Sarah 260, 308 Ecker, Celia 265 Eddie, Perry 236 Edmisten, Krista 308 Edmiston, Krista 265 Edmiston, Michelle 265 Edmonson, Karen 383, 221 Egeland, Kirsten 262 Egu, Linda 308 Ehret, Holly 258 Ehret, Susannah 234 Ehsan, Azin 308 Einstein, Erin 266 Eisler, Staci 262 El-Abd, Darren 308 Elad, Avital 254 Elise, Dana Silverman 399 Elkholy, John 308 Eller, Danny 308 Ellis, Mia 221, 308 Ellis, Nicole 383 Ellison, Letitia 308 Ellisor, Rachel 308 Elowitch, Heidi 383, 308 Embuido, Shela 225 Emerson, Suzy 266 Enders, Rebecca 260 Endler, E.J. 383 Endler, Elizabeth 308 Endo, Traci 248 Eng, Timothy 308 Engelman, Julie 252 Engerman, Amy 262, 308 English, Monica 252, 308 Enoch, Dawn 266 Enomoto, Kana 309 Epstein, Stefanie 254 Erbes, Richard 201 Erbes, Richaro 309 Ericksen, Shalliah 309 Ericsson, Stacey 383 Ernst, Darci 256 Escalante, Elisa 260 Escuadro, Jeff 225 Essey, Angie 262 Estacio, Nathaniel 309 Esteverena, Martin 383 Estrada, Denny 309 Estrada, Monica 309 Estrada, Teresa 266, 309 Estrella, Petra 309 Etitum, Paison 232 Ettinger, Vanessa 309 Eu, Lov An Drea 383 Evangel ista, Ferdinand 310 Evans, Carole 262 Evans, Charmaine 252 Evans, Lisa 252 Evans, Meghan 262 Evanshine, Elisabeth 252, 310 Eyerly, Stacia 236 Eyman, Kristen 310 Ezzati, Ellie 310 Fabricius, Charlotta 258 Faden, Ryan 310 Faehn, Rhonda 187 Fagela, Melbourne 248 Faier, Lieba 262 Fairbanks, Christina 310 Fairbanks, John 310 Fajatin, Maria 248 Farahani, Mina 31 Farahmandion, Danny 236 Farid, Bassem 310 Farlice, Ochun 310 Farrell, Carrie 256 Farrell, Christopher 310 Farrell, Jennifer 31 Farris, Juli 310 Farrohi, Parisa 383 Fatemi, Shahram 384 Faught, Jen 260 Faust, Jeffrey 310 Fauth, Laura 384 Favela, Jorge 310 Favilla, Erin 256 Fax, Christine 384, 310 Fay, Laura 262 Faye, Andrew 310 Feenberg, Marni 254 Feinberg, David 31 Felix, Kristy 221 Fenton, Megan 187 Fernandez, Arlene 234 Fernandez, Madonna 310 Ferrer, Oscar 310 Ferstan, Leslie 310 Fetterman, David 384 Fey, Robin 256 Fielding, Marc 384 Finkelstein, Segy 254 Finkler, Vicki 252 Finkler, Victoria 310 Finley, Amy 262 Finn, Molly 225 Fisher, Jennifer 310 Fishman, Meredith 250 Fiske, Gregory 31 Fitzgerald, Darren 310 Flatley, Kristin 221 Fleishman, Amy 31 I Flick, Heather ill Flomenhofi, Jill 311 Flones, Julie 384 Florendo, Teresita 311 F lores. Ana 311 Flores, Maria 236 Flores, Ruthie 221 Flores, Ruthie Sandy Barba 384 Flosi, Christopher 31 1 Flynn, Jamie 252, 463 Fong, Chiu Chan 299 Fong, Jason 462 Fong, Jennifer 222 Fong, Lilly 236 Fonner, Jennifer 31 1 Fonseca, Sandra 252, 311 Ford, Gerald 311 Ford, John 384 Ford, Stacey 311 Forrester, Cami 266 Forsch, Debbie 254 Forseth, Renee 31 1 Forster, Jonathan 311 Forsythe, Sara 225 Fortner, Alison 31 1 Foss, Tamara 31 1 Foster, Brian 31 1 Foster, Kathrine 31 1 Foster, Shannon 260, 31 1 Fouret, Heidi 462 Fournier, Joseph 31 1 Fox, Laura 250 Fox, Marcie 221 Fox, Quinn 260 Frackelton, Robert 311 Franceschi, Paola 384, 221, 223, 311, 236 Francis, Anita 31 1 Francis, Kara 384 Francisco, M. Lourdes 311 Franco, April 31 1 Frand, Stacy 384 Franklin, Julie 258, 31 1 Franklin, Lori 31 1 Franklinlll, John 312 Eraser, Jodi 31 2 Frawley, Wendy 250 Freeborn, Kerrie 236 Freed, Eric 312 Freeman, Bryan 312 Freeman, Estelle 31 2 Freeman, Julie 312 Freeman, Karin 258, 312 Freeman, Kim 250 French, Kristen 384 Frese, Jason 31 2 Frey, Nancy 254 Friedland, Lesley 221 Friedland, Leslie 384 Friedman, Elliot 31 2 Friedman, |an 31 2 Friend, Larissa 254 Frimerman, Dan 312 Fringer, Jennifer 236 Frisch, Courtney 258 Frost, Thomas 31 2 Frostig, Bonnie 31 2 Frymer, Carrie 258 Fu, John 312 Fujimoto, Aimee 250 Fujimoto, Lisa 248 Fujioka, Michelle 249 Fukumoto, Andrea 312 Fukumoto, Nancy 225 Fukushima, Sandra 312 Fung, Cathy 384 Fung, Keith 312 Fung, Mia 248, 236 Fung, Sara 249 Fung, YatFai 312 Funk, Andrew 312 Fuqua, Juliana 221 Furst, Lawrence 31 2 Fused, Connie 384 Futa, Darren 236 Futterman, Suzanne 221, 266 M.I Gabayan, Shervin 384 Cabby, Gail 252 Cabu, The Man 384 Gabus, Jeremy 384 Gaitan, Denise 236 Galicinao, Janina 312 Galindo, Ludivina 312 Gallegos, Heather 260 Calloway, Renee 266 Gamble. Kristin 266 Gambrioli, Jennifer 254 Cantan, Joseph 234 Garai, Andrea 228 Garay, Gabriela 31 2 Garcia, Chrissy 250 Garcia, Claudia 312 Garcia, David 384 Garcia, Diana 385 Garcia, Edna 312 Garcia, Gilberto 313 Garcia, Jeffrey 31 3 Garcia, Juan 31 3 Garcia, Laura 385 Garcia, Maria 236 Garcia, Michelle 252 Garcia, Terri 221 Gardea, Jose 313 Garg, Sarina 234 Garmager, Clarissa 250 Garret, Rebecca 260 Garrett, Wendy 254 Garrido, Diane 31 3 Garson, Jennifer 254 Garvin, Shea 31 3 Gasiorek, Deborah 254 Cast, David 228 Gastelum, Brian 201 Castelum, Michelle 313 Gatt, Catherine 313, 225 Gatzke, David 313 Gaushell, John 313 Gawryn, Marnt 313 Gaxiola, Victor 385 Gaylord, Candice 313 Gean, Desmund 31 3 Gebhardt, Michael 313 Cebroe, Erin 254 Cedymin, Maria 250, 313 Gee, William 313 Geisler, Eric 31 3 Geletko, Jane 31 3 Gelfuso, David A. 313 Genido, Ruby 385 Genova, Kammi 313 Genova, Nicole 31 3 Getz, Stacy 260 Ghadir, Michelle 313 Ghadishah, Deiaram 385 Ghafouri, Negar 31 3 Ghalayini, Bassem 385 Ghiai, Afshan 313,385 Ghookasian, Valina 234 Chotbi, Shirin 258 Gia, LeTa 401 j w m 454 Giacopuzzi, Julie 258 Ciambra, Gina 252 ' Giambra, Michelle 252 Giasburg, Richard 314 I jGibbs, Tracy 258, 221, 313 I Icibson, Burch 385 Giers. lulie 234 Ciltord, lacquelyn 314, 225 toill, Michelle 258 JGill, Tina 385 Gillon, lenn 252 Gillum, |en 250 Cillum, lenniter 314 Gilman, Michelle 314 Gislason, Michelle 314 Gitlin, Catherine 250 Gitter, Beth 314 Glaser, Vern 314 Glatt, Eve 314 Clazer, Kera 254 Glover, Orlando 385 Glynn, Mary 314 Goehring, lason 314 Goe tze, Monica 385 Gogan, Laura 314 Gohata, Karen 248 Gold, Heather 252 Gold, Nancy 314, 234 Goldberg, Amy 314 Goldberg, Lisa 260 Goldberg, Merri 254 Goldbloom, Gwen 314 Goldman, Michelle 314 Goldman, Wendy 314 Goldner, Noreen 314 Gollom, David 314 Gomelsky, Vicky 236 Gomes, Debra 314 Gomez, Mitchi 314 I ' Gong, Brian 385 I Gonzales, Arlene 314 Gonzales, Darrell 385 Gonzales, Patrick 385 Gonzalez, Ana 314 Gonzalez, Edward 314 II Gonzalez, Mary 385 ' Gonzalez, Melissa 314 Gonzalez, Miguel 385 Gonzalez, Saskia X. 3 1 5 j Goo, Valerie M. 315 " Good, Kathy 250 Good, Lorna 258 Gordon, Bill 236 Gordon, Dionne T. 31 5 Gordon, Jenny 258 Gorin, Alex J. 315 Gorman, Edie M. 315 Gorospe, Raul 226, 234 Gorre, Celina 221 Gotllbowski, Tina 385 Gotllieb, Sherri N. 315 Gould, Jennifer 254 Gould, Lisa 254 Gourvitz, Kendra 260 Gragg. Frederick 315 Granados, Evelyn 385 Graham, Randy 31 5 Granados, Juanita 315 Grandi, Chris 31 6 Grantors, Nancy 316 Graves, Stacey 221 Greaves, Kari 258 Greeley, Jenifer 252 Green, Felicia 254 Green, Lawrence 316 Green, Nelson 316 Greenberg, Scott 316 Greene, Elizabeth 252 Greene, Sheryl 31 6 Greenfield, William 316 Greenwald, Mike 385 Greenwood, Brett 1 92 Grega, Jennifer 252 Grenewitz, Nathalie 316 Griffin, loanna 31 6 Crimes, Heather 258 Grindly, Jill 236 Crinnell, Renee 260 Crogan, Emily 252 Cromko, Tracy 236 Cross, Jessica 252 Cross, Tanya 316 Gruber, Jonathan 316 Cruenbaum, Julie 316 Crundstein, Andrew 316 Crundstrom, Roller! 385 Grunstein, Davina 316 Cubser, Gail 316 Guevara, Lisa 221 Culati, Neil 316 Gumpert, Lorraine 250,316 Cunawan, Devi 385 Cungner, David 228 Gunn, Erika 386 Gura, Nancy 254 Gurien, Michael B. 316 Gutierrez, Alfonso 386 Gutierrez, Elizabeth 316 Gutierrez, Eva 316 Gutierrez, Karina M. 316 Gutierrez, Kristine 316 Gutierrez, Miguel 386 Gutierrez, Raymund 316 Gutierrez, Sandra 236 Cuu, Yvonne 31 6 Guy, Steven 316 Guyton, Remi 258 Guzek, Julia 250 Gyraffer, Corrie 386 H Hac opian, Ana 234 Hacopian, Ava 31 7 Hadbavny, Michelle 317 Haggard, Paul, 225 Hahn, Charles 386 Haig, Sven 201 Hajaliloo, Farhad 386 Hakakha, Rebecca 317 Hakakzadeh, Farshad 386 Halcrow, Cheryl 221,317 Halili, Susan 234 Hall, Arthur 317 Hall, Carolyn 260 Hall, David 317 Hall, Jennifer 258 Hall, Kristina 250 Hall, Terri 221,317 Halme, Melissa 31 7 Halpern, Dan 317 Hamid, Golareh 386 Hamilton, Christian A. 317 Hamilton, Juliandra 260 Hamilton, Kimolin 317 Hammer, Lee 31 7 Hammond, Stephanie 317 Han, Jing 31 7 Han, Sung J. 31 7 Han, Yang 317 Hanamel, Michael 317 Hanchette, Diella 252,317 Handal, Allison 317 Hanifv, J, T. 317 Hanik, Robin G. 317 Hanna, Juliet M. 317 Hanna, Kristin 237 Hanrahan, Patrick 317 Hans, Karl Linz 391 Hansen, Timothy E. 317 Hanson, Julio A. 317 Hardt, Cynthia 317 Harel, Rachel 317 Harley, Jason 386 Harriger, Jen 258 Harris, Creighton 201 Harris, Kristi 250 Harris, Lee 317 Hartman, Gretchen 386 Hartman, Jeff 386 Harvey, Yasmin 317 Hashimoto, Yolanda 317 Hassen, James 317 Hata, Tracie 234 Hatamiah, Joseph 386 Hatchel, Steve 234 Hatfield, Tracy 317 Haughney, Alice M. 318 Hausen, Jennifer 258 Hauser, Jodie 318 Hauser, Leslie 258 Hawkins, Liz 260 Hawks, Molly 258 Hayes, Karin 258 Hayward, Blake E. 318 Headman, John 386 Healey, Lynn K. 317 Hearson, Deanna 252 Heath, Emily 258 Heavner, Kris 260 Heller, Steven 318 Hee, Seok Chang 300 Helm, Heather 260 Helman, Daniel 386 Henderson, Brooke 258 Henderson, Kat 250 Henderson, Rose 237 Henderson, Stephen C. 318 Hendricks, Jennifer 318 Hendrickson, Jennifer 318 Hendrix, Nicole 318 Hendrix Jr., Phillip 318 Henle, Krista 260 Henningsen, Kimberley 318 Henry, Laura 31 8 Henry, Sharon 250 Henson, Milnes R. 318 Herbert, Heidi 318 Herbst, Oreet 221,318 Herbstman, Jamie 258 Herman, Michelle 254,318 Hermanson, Paula 318 Hernandez, Christine 318 Hernandez, Cristina T. 318 Hernandez, Lisa P. 318 Hernandez, Stephanie 318 Herrara, Eliazer 201 Herrington, Sandy 236 Herson, Deanna 234,319 Herzog, Nicole 234 Hertz, Jeff 318 Herzigjr., Ronald P. 319 Hess, Vicki 258 Hewitt, Leslie 252 Hickey, Patrick 319 Hicks, Christopher 319 Hicks, Nanora 225 Hie, Jin Kim 389 Higa, Tami 248 Higgerson, Amy 260 Hightower, Mindy 258,319 Hilberman, Rebecca 254, 319 Hill, Chandra 221 Hill, Frederick 319 Hill, Jerome 386 Hill, Melissa 260 Hill, Vanessa 252 Hines, Katherine 319 Hines, Lesley 386 Hiramolo, Jade 221,319 Hirata, Stephanie 252 Hi rose, Kathleen 221,319 Hirsch, David M. 319 Hirschberg, Barry 319 Hirunpidok, Chancee 232 Hitt, Michele 258 Hiura, Douglas 462 Hkam, Hso 319 Ho, Amanda 234 Ho, Kathy 252 Ho, Lieu 234 Ho, Lori 386 Ho, Stephen 319 Ho, Teresa 319 Hobart, Brent W. 319 Hodge, Adrian A. 319 Hoehn, Susan 386 Hoffman, Coby 221 Hoffman, Julie 258 Hoffman, Laurel 319 Hofrath, Monique 319 Hogue, Kara 221, 236 Hoiseck, Natasha 236 Hoins, Thosrsten 319 Holderbaum, Brooke 387 Holland, Kimberly 319 Holloway, Denyse M. 320 Holman, Jessica 254 Holmes, Kirsten 254 Holmes, William A. 320 Holsey, Cynthia J. 320 Holt, Jill 250 Holt, Kathryn 320 Holt, Wendy 252 Holzberg, Daryl 320 Holzman, Miriam 320 Hom, Darren 320 Hom, Shirley 320, 237 Hom, Susan 387 Hom, Suzanne 237 Homeyer, Lynne 258, 320 Hong, Amy 221 Hong, Jean 320 Hong, Joseph 320 Hong, Ruby 320 Honggowati, Christina 320 Hopp, Patricia 320 Hori, Carolyn 320 Hornsby, Alisha 258 Horowitz, Cabriela 320 Horvath, Robert J. 320 Hoskinson, James 239 Hou, Linda 248 Houcek, Tom 320 Hourizadeh, Arash 236 House, Karilyn 234 Houston, Jennie 260, 234 Houston, Lisa 237 Howaito, Biru 387 Howard, Christina 252, 320 Howard, Christy 260 Howard, Jonathan 320 Howard, Karen 320 Howard, Melissa 254 Howell, Laurie 320 Hsei, Vanessa 221 Hsi, Alfred 387, 320 Hsia, Becky 387 Hsia, Linda 249, 225 Hsiao, Bernie 222 Hsiao, Helen 320 Hsie, Marianne 321 Hsieh, David 321 Hsien, Jean 321 Hsu, Betty 321 Hsu, Celia 387 Hsu, Grace 321 Hsu, Julie 221 Hsu, Liana 387 Hsu, Nancy 387 Hu, Carol 321 Hu, Charles 321 Hu, LingL. 321 Hu, Si-Ming 321 Huang, Albert K. 322 Huang, Che- Yen 322 Huang, Diana 322 Huang, Emily 322 Huang, Hsin-Ying 322 Huang, Linda 322 Huang, Patty 221 Huang, Tom 226 Huang, Victor 322 Huang, Victoria 322 Huerta, Cynthia 254 Huerto, Teresa 252 Huelso, Noela 322 Hueso, Benjamin 322 Hueso, Ruben 322 Hughes, Laurence 236 Hughes, Troy 322 Hui, Eva 222 Hui, Nancy 222 Huie, Jason 387 Hultgren, AlexW. 322 Hung, Fay Yu-Fui 322 Hunt, James 322 Hunt, Michelle 260, 187 Hunting, Traci 260 Hur, Daniel S. 322 Hur, Helen 249 Hurst, Denise 322 Hurwitz, Melissa 322 Huyuh, Gary 387 Hwang, Andrew 322 Hwang, Chiao 322 Hwang, Joseph 322 Hwang, Melody 322 Hy, Adam 232 ladarola, Sharon 387 Igo, Kate 254 Ihenfeldt, Jean 252 lijima, Mieko 322 lino, Lisa 248 Ikemoto, Karen 234, 236 llano, Eliza 225,322 Ilic, Carolina 322, 387 Ilic, Veronica 323 Imperial, Kristi 250 Inouye, Michael 323 Iparagas, Clementine 297 Iperario, Anushka 290 Irish, Andrew 323 Irwin, Heidi 225 Isenberg, Daphne 323, 387 Ishida, Janice 221 Ishii, Junko 237 Ishimoto, Tricia 248 Iskander, Nadine 236 Ismail, Mohamed 323 Ito, Sayuri 323 Iwamiya, Kent 323 455 Izuhara, Todd 387 J Jacinto, Anna 323 lackson, Catherine 252 )ackson, Jacqueline 323 Jacob, Natalie 236, 323 Jacobi, Maryann 228 Jacobs, Rhonda 323 Jacobsen, Russel 236 Jacobus, Collette 323 Jaio, Connie 248 lamero, Cina 248 lanecek, Robert 192 Jankalski, Janet 323 Januszka, Angela 252, 323 Javahery, Ramin 387 Jay, Stephanie 323 Jaynes, Kimberly 323 laynes, Libby 260 Jedrzejek, Eric 323 Jee, Hung 323 Jen, Teresa 323 Jen, Trisha 323 Jenkins, Jenny 260 Jenkins, Ron 192 Jennings, Siobhann 254 Jensen, Caroline 323 Jeon, Cwean 323 Jeon, Seok 323 Jeong, Paul 323 Jeunes, Les Filles 391 Jewell, Michael 323 Jewitt, LesLee 225 Jimenez, Jason 324 Jimenez, Javier 324 Jimenez, Maria 324 Jimenez, Myra 324 Jin, Joowon 324 Jo, Grace 324 Joe, Laurel 249 John, Bradley Tahajian 401 Johns, Michelle 252 Johns, Nicola 324 Johnson, Brian 387 Johnson, Caria 223 Johnson, Carrie 221 Johnson, Craig 324 Johnson, Denise 324 Johnson, James 161 Johnson, Jennifer 324 Johnson, Karia 324, 236 Johnson, Robyn 258, 324 Johnson, Sherri 324 Johnstone, Dawn 324 Jones, Aron 324 Jones, Brent 201 Jones, Courtney 324 Jones, Quentin 387 Jones, Rhiannon 387 Jones, Robert III 387 Jones, Theresa 236 Jordan, Kellie 252 Joseph-Katz, Jennifer 324 Josephson, Valerie 324 Joshi, Divyang 387 Joshi, Nina 324 Josias, Abby 388 Jou, Mike 324 Juarez, Lourdess, 225 Jue, Perry 324 Jue, Shannon 324 Juhn, Patricia 324 Julie, Elizabeth Stewart 362, 363 lulie, Mun Son 400 456 Jun, Cindy 221 Jun, Hyewon 221 Jun, Kristine 324 Jung, Heum 324 Jung, Scott 325 Jurado, Rodrigo 325 lurmain, Sara 236 K Kabukuru, David 325 Kademian, Maggie 236 Kademian, Makrouhi 325 Kadrnka, Colette 221 Kahn, Kelley 325 Kaiser, Kevin 325 Kaiura, Terry 236 Kajiwara, Laurie 325 Kaleb, Vanessa 325 Kam, Jong 325 Kamali, Henry 325 Kamdang, Cynthia 388, 236 Kampe, Tanya 325 Kan, Wai 325 Kandel, Brian 325 Kaneshiro, Alison 225 Kang, Charles 325 Kang, JungSik 325 Kang, Moon 325 Kang, Parmjit 226 Kang, Sung 388 Kanga, Nina 237 Kantor, Shari 325 Kao, Allen 325 Kao, John 325 Kaplan, Cabrielle 254 Kaplan, Jenny 252 Karamanoukian, Raffy 388 Karimi, Sousan 388, 325 Karish, Marc 325 Karnikian, Verjinia 221 Karp, Heather 260 Kasim, Maha 325 Kassarjian, Ara 325 Kawaguchi, Julie 325 Kawai, Ann 249, 221 Kawamura, Akemi 325 Kawano, Scot 326, 326 Kawata, Jennifer 249 Kawata, Kathy 249 Kay, Pamela Nemeth 344 Kaye, Sharon 326, 326 Keck, Erin 388 Kehela, Carol 326, 326 Kelleher, Jenny 260 Keller, Amber 388, 460 Kelly, Elizabeth, 225 Kelly, Pete 388 Kelly, Tim 207 Kember, Bruce 388 Kendall, Jennifer 225 Kengsoontra, Paul 232 Kennedy, Jane 326, 326 Kennedy, Kristen 258, 326, 326 Kenny, Beth 326, 326 Kerendi, Faraz 236 Kermani, Michael 388 Kerstine, Jeffrey 326, 326 Kesselring, Joanie 326, 326 Ketchersid, Anne 252 Keypour, Haleh 326, 326 Khalili, Sanam 236 Khan, Saba 326, 326, 234 Kheraj, Muizz 388 Khosrowabadi, Tahereh 326, 326 Khottampon, Blaudy 388 Khottex, Lorry 388 Khunnilingus, Kreeme 388 Khuu, Phifip 388 Kianka, Jill 326, 326 Kilcrease, Marilyn 326, 326 Kilgannon, Kelley 326, 326 Ki Hebrew, Mary Lara 326, 326 Kim, Andrea 389 Kim, Ann 326, 326 Kim, Brian 326, 326 Kim, Caroline 326, 326 Kim, David 389, 326, 326 Kim, Grace 326, 326 Kim, Gregg 326, 326 Kim, Henri 234 Kim, James 389 Kim, Jason 389 Kim, Jemima 326, 326 Kim, Jennifer 249, 326, 326 Kim, Jinah 389 Kim, Judy 234 Kim, June 389, 221 Kim, Karen 252 Kim, Katty 221 Kim, Keith 389 Kim, Linda 249, 389 Kim, Lynda 221 Kim, Michelle 326, 326 Kim, Min 326, 326 Kim, Nicholas 327 Kim, Norman 327 Kim, Peter 389 Kim, Robert 327 Kim, Roger Seungmin 327 Kim, Ronald 327 Kim, Sehyung 389 Kim, Seton 327 Kim, Sindy 327 Kim, Suhee 327 Kim, Sun 221, 327 Kim, Thomas 328 Kim, Tina 249 Kim, Yong 328 Kim, Yoo 328 Kim, Young 328 Kimball, Kate 260 Kimura, Catherine 328 Kimura, Lenore 236 Kimura, Robyn 258 Kindorf, Dean 328 King, Aileen 328 King, Joshua 328 King, Kim 252 King, Margarette 328 King, Michelle 328 King, Rachael 252, 328 Kirby, Mark 389 Kiriakos, Carol 389 Kirkland, Kelli 254 Kirschner, Trevor 328 Kissell, Jennifer 328 Kissell, Jenny 260 Kitazaki, Lori 328 Kite, Brian 328 Kittiaksorn, Sumida 232 Kittlakor, Natua 232 Klaewtanong, Sirb 232 Klaren, lone 225 Klein, Bill 228 Klein, David 328 Klein, Robert 328 Klein, Tamara 328 Klein, Todd 328 Kline, Shannon 328 Klock, Dollv 260 Klump, Debbie 226 Klump, Debi 234 Knight, Wanetta 389, 328 Knowles, Mark 192 Knowles, Shelley 252 Knox, Angela 328 Knudsen, Mark 207 Knudson, Kristin 234 Knudtson, Teresa 225 Ko, Michael 389 Kobashi, Jennifer 389 Koch, Ann Marie 236 Kodani, Christopher 328 Koguchi, Yasuko 328 Kol, Kundy 328 Kolian, Kathlene 329 Kolker, Stacy 329 Kolsta, Kim 250 Komatsuzaki, Amy 252 Kong, Lawrence 389 Kong, Margaret 329 Kongrukgreahyos, Kit 232 Kono, Rena 236 Konreat, Jeff 232 Konstantinos, Choliastos 389 Kontokanis, Georgia 329 Koo, Weizhong 329 Korn, Jeff 201 Korn, Jeffrey 329 Kosaka, Stacie 249 Koswara, Ekal 329 Koutal, Sandra 329 Kovach, Meredith 252, 329 Koyal, Dipankar 329 Kramar, Mark 389 Kramer, Corinne 329 Krasner, Missy 254 Krause, Kelly 252, 329 Kricorian, Greg 329 Krieger, Rory 389 Krivosic, Sandra 252 Kriwanek, Kelly 221 Kromer, Kristen 329 Kron, Jen 260 Krug, Gregory 329 Kufus, Kimberly 225 Kullenberg, Mary 236 Kullman, Karin 221 Kulper, Karrie 260 Kung, Charlie 329 Kuo, Michelle 254 Kurimai, Dennis 329 Kurtzll, Compton 329 Lally, Jennifer 221 Lam, Khanh 330 Lam, Mylinh 330 Lam, Tiet 330 Lampe, Nikki 260 Lamy, Michele 390 j Lanctot, Michelle 260 Landry, Dan 207 Langell, Lori 330 Lapena, Valerie 330 Lapena, Vivienne 330 Lapoyan, Hayg 330 Lappalainen, Mirja 330 Lara, Claudia 330 Laranang, Michael 330 Lardizabal, Janel 330 Lardizibal, Janel 234 Lares, Rosa 330 Larson, Jon 192 Lash, Christine 225 Lasko, Stacey 330 Lasley, Malia 260 Lau, Diane 248 Lau, Fernando 330 Lau, Johnnie 222, 330 Lau, KamWai 330 Lau, Lisa 221, 330 Lau, Michael 330, 234 Lau, Sandra 249, 330 Lauigan, Maryjane 330 Laurence, Andrea 252 Laurence, Richard 330 Lautman, Patricia 390 Laux, Karen 330 Lavi, Dafne 390 Law, Bera 330 Law, Wendy 330, 236 Lawrence, Elizabeth 330 Lawrence, Kristen 252, 390, 23 Lawrence, Michael 390 Layton, Debbie 225 Lazaro, Alberto 331 Lazarovici, Nadia 252, 331, 236 Le, Nhien 331 Le, Nina 248 i Le, Pauline 331 Leang, Emily 232 Leatherwood, Shannon 331 LeDet, Fabrice 331 Ledezma, Salvador 331 Lee, Albert 390 Kushner, Andi 252 Lee, Andy 390 Kushner, Yana 329 Lee, Anne 331 Kwan, Carol 389 Lee, Betty 249, 331 Kwan, Priscilla 249 Lee, Brian 390 Kwok, Ka-Kei 329 Lee, Candy 248 Kwon, John 389 Lee, Cecilia 331 Kwong, Sandy 234 Lee, Chan 331 Kyriazis, Laura 329 Lee, ChanWoo 331 Kyung, Hyun 237 Lee, Christine 331 Lee, David 228 L Lee, Derek 390 Lee, Donald 331 Lee, Elaine 236 Lee, LaBrucherie, Justine 329 Elizabeth 248, Lacey, Lynell 329 Lee, Eun 331 Lad, Swati 389 Lee, EunKyung 331 Ladua, Nimisha 390 Lee, George 331 Ladva, Nimisha 329 Lee, Grace 331 Lafranchi, Suzanne 221 Lee, Hyun 331 LaGarbage, Josefina 390 Lee, James 331 Lager, Carl 329 Lee, Jane 249 Lagman, Eileen 390 Lee, lanet 249 Lagrone, Heather 260 Lee, Jeanette 390 Lajvardi, Robert 390 Lee, Jenny 232 249, 22 le«,N» " lee. loll " IrJoo ■ l«,W lee.Wf " [tt,(.ik Itt, Wkf lee.fel [ " ' te, Kim5i let.Micbi lee,Mid Zw ff,m lee. 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Diana 332 LeFebure, |on 390 Leibzon, Roman 236 Leier, lulianna 332 Leiker, Kim 234 Lemon, Annie 258 Len, Daniel 390 Lendenmann, Lisa 332 Lengua, .Anita 332 Lenihan, Bill 332 Lenkowski, Todd 390 Leon, Olma 332 Leong, Alyssa 249 Leong, Michelle 332 Leong, Stacey 236 Leong, Stacy 332 Leopold, Bart 332 Lett, Michelle 391 Levering, lulie 260 Levin, Cayle 254 Levin, Melanie 258 Levin, Rac hel 254 Levy, Lisa 254 Lew, Debra 391, 221 Lewis, Jennifer 334 Lewis, Kendall 334 Lewis, Laurel 252 Lewis, Terri 334 Li, Albert 222 Li, David 391 Li, Frank 334 Li, Mona 234 Li, Peggy 334 Li, PeiFang 334 Li, Roger 391 Li, Rosa 334 Li, Warren 334 Liao, |oy 391 Liao, Maria 249, 234, 334 Licke, Chelsea 391 Lieber, Adam 334 Liem, ChinChiang 334 Lim, David 334 Lim, Eden 237 Lim, l art ' n 248 Lim, Philip 391 Lim, Riza 334 Lim, Terence 334 Lim, Trevor 222 Limon, Alejandra 237 Lin, Abbv 249 Lin, .Angela 334 Lin. Christina 334 Lin, Delitia 237 Lin, Eveleen 391 Lin. lennv 391. 236 Lin, lensen 391 Lin. lih-shing 334 Lin. Sandy M. 391 Lin, WeiKuang 334 Lindaue, Karl 254 Linden, Kristen 334 Lindogan, Victoria 234 Lingle, Stetanie 258, 334 Linker, Dana 254 Linker, |odi 254 Linley, Bruce 391 Linszky, Csaba 334 Linz, Karl 334 Lipkin, Craig 334 Lipkin, Julie 254, 236 Lippman, David 334 Lipps, Julie 226 Lisa, Anna Biason 379 Litov, Dan 334 Little, lami 335 Liu, Amy 248 Liu, Fang-ilennifer 335 Liu, Parousia 391 Liu, Terry 335 Liu, Tsan-Kit 335 Liu, Yi-Ting 225 Liza, Shirley R. Agliam 292 Llamado, Marie 335 Llaurado, Gemma 237 Llora, Malu 391 Llovet, Heidi 335 Lo, Kwok-On 335 Lo, Leon 222 Lo, Phil 222 Lo, Philip 335 Lo, Richard 335 Lo, Sharon 335 Loccisano, Carl 391 Lochaya, Passuit 335 Lochaya, Pat 232 Locsin, Cielito 335 Loeffler, Jodi 254 Loeffler, Lissa 258 Logan, Judy 335 Loh, Steve 391 Lohmadi, Ann 232 Lomeli, Brian 335 London, Nasha 335 Longo, Erin 335 Longstreet, Debra 335 Loo, Alison 335 Loo, Dana 221, 335 Loo, Stacie 335 Loop, Ken 236 Lopez, Elva 335 Lopez, Hector 335 Lopez, Joseph 335 Lopez, Melissa 221 Lopez-Gal lego. Amy 260 Lorch, leffrey 236 Lorentzen, Leanne 260 Lorenzana, Yvonne 335 Louie, lanis 248, 221 Louie, Lonnie 335 Louie, Manda 249, 336 Louplor, Laphone 232 Louplor, Laphowe 391 Lourdes, Ma Valencia 367 Love, John 336 Loven, Britten 391 Low, Eric 336 Low, Julie 248, 336 Lowland, lenniter 336 Loya, Alma 392 Lozano, Robert 336 Lucas, Steve 207 Luccy, Yvonne 392, 336 Luce, Vicky 226 Luce, Victoria 336 Luechaa, Ann 232 Lueck, Kristen 236 Luftman, Joseph 336 Lui, Terry 236 Luke, Michael 336 Lum, Debbie 336 Lum, Garret 336 Luna, Nancy 237 Lund, Rick 336 Luner, Suzie 254 Lungin, Garret 336 Lunianski, Rachel 254 Luong, Khoa 336 Lutz, Rick 336 Ly, Nghiep 392, 336 Ly, Phong 336 Lynch, David 336 Lynch, Perry 336 Lynn, Laura Peterson 221 Lynton, James A. 392 M Ma, Lawrence 336 Ma, Sophia 232 Ma, Yeung(Henry) 336 Mac, Debbie 392 Macaluso, |oe 336 Macarthur, Amber 221 MacDonald, Kristin 252, 336 Machilao, Andre 336 Maclnnes, Nina 337 Mack, Elizabeth 337 MacLaughlin, Lauren 337 Madden, Mary 337 Madlambayan, Georgina 337 Maeda, Brian 337 Maeda, Stacy 248 Magiso, Peter 337 Maguire, Nikki 228 Mah, Kenney 337 Mah, Kenny 236 Mahlow, Paul-Wayne 392 Mai, Tina 237 Mai, Tina Meg Masuno 221 Malbas, Ed 234 Maline, Rani 337 Mallakh, Helen 392 Mallos, Diane 260 Manalang, Ann 225 Manalang, Ann- Margaret 337 Manaolis, Ann 225 Manby, Niki 337 Manchester, Caren 260 Manfred, Young 392 Manion, Megan 337 Maningo, Victor 263 Manion, Megan 260 Mann, loseph 337 Manning, Gregory 337 Manning, Lisa 236, 337 Manning, Shirlyce 337 Manning, Tanya 392 Mannington, Peter 236 Manoogian, Jason 236 Mansouri, Shideh 392 Manzano, Leander 337 Manzo, Araceli 337 Mao, Stephen 392, 337 Mar, Sabrina 249 Marcelo, Denise 392 Marchant, Melissa 225 Marcos, Lisa 337, 225 Marholev, Christer 337 Mariano, Cwedolyn 337 Marin, Geoge 337 Mark, Dore 222 Marquez, Letsia 337 Marquez, Nany 337 Marquez, Sonia M. 338 Marron, Roberto 225 Marrow, Kareema 1 87 Martin, Amy 392, 338 Martin, Billy 192 Martin, Danette 228 Martin, Delia 392 Martin, Ina L. 338 Martin, lason W. 338 Martin, Linda 258 Martin, Linda W. 338 Martin, William C. 338 Martinbo, Bernadette 338 Martinez, Arturo 338 Martinez, Elsa I. 338 Martinez, Francisco 338 Martinez, Robert F. 338 Martinez, Tanya 338 Mascio, Kristin E. 338 Mason, Claudine M 338 Mata, Robert 201 Materre, Dawnielle 221, 338 Mathews, Eryka 338, 221, 236 Mathiasen, Ron 234 Mathiowetz, Susan 221 Mathis, Alicia L. 338 Mathisen, Neal E. 338 Matibag, Carolyn G. 338 Matityahu, Amir M. 338 Matsumoto, Kara 254 Matsumoto, Kari 236 Matsumoto, Sandra 258, 234 Matsunaga, Debora K, 338 Matsunaga, Mayumi 249 Matsuno, Miwa 248 Matsuno, Sarah 338 Matthews, Kaluana 221, 236 Matthews, Kaluana R. 338 Matthews, Linda G. 338 Mauceri, Walter 392 Maule, Susie 392 Mautner, Cecelia 338 Mavity, Yolande 338 Maxheimer, Laura 338 May, Roberto 338 Mayeda, Stacy 338 Mayo, lenniter 338 Mazer, Matt 228 Mazzacavallo, Brandon 236 McCarthy, Michael 338 McDaniel. Kevin 392 McDonald, Ann 338 McDonald, Melinda 338 McDonough, Anne- Marie 338 McElliott, lennifer 340 McFarland, Kimberly S 221 McGagin, Kerri 258 McGhee, Alison 226 McGinnis, Michelle 340 McGovern, Peter 392 McGowan, Robert 340 McGrath, Christopher 340 McGrath, lenniter 392 McHale, Michael 340 McKagan, Rachel 592 340 McKinney, Maia 340 McLane, Mercedes 236 McLaughlin, Maura 340 Mead, Raquel 340 Meador, Michelle 340 Meadows, Christina 340 Mebane, Pamela 340 Medeiros, Maureen 258 Medina, Michelle 248 Mednick, Michele 340 Medrano, Christy 340 Meehan, lenniter 340 Meek, Kelly 340 Mehrbod, Farrokh 392 Mehrdad, Fariba 340 Meier, Cara 258 Meier, Elizabeth 340 Meigs, Charisse 340 Meininger, Thomas 340 Meiko, Joseph 340 Melton, Micah 340 Melton, Regina 237 Melyan, Michelle 340 Memmert, Markus 340 Mendell, Dorie 340 Mendez, Derek 393 Mendez, Maria 225 Mendez, Tricia 225 Mendez, TriciaAnn 341 Mendoza, Arlene 341 Mendoza, Edith 341 Mendoza, Jessica 341 Mendoza, Joel 393, 341 Mendoza, Jose 341 Mendoza, luanCarlo 341 Mendoza, Lydia 393, 341 Mendoza, Marco 341 Mendoza, Marie 393 Menechios, Katherine 341 Menor, herry 221 Menzie, Sarah 341 Merchant, Gregory 341 Mescavage, Susan 341 Mesina, Thea 393 Mevorak, Barak 341 Mew, Alicia 221 Meyers, Alysha 221, 236 Meyers, Gregory 341 ao. Wen 222 chael, Yukiko chaelis, Cheri chaels, Kathy chaelssen, Tina 254 341 223, 258 236 ck, Sharon 341, 225 ddaugh, Gabrielle 341 dgley, Andrew 393 guel, Michelle 221 hal, Daniel 341 Ian, Diana 393 Her, Carolyn 341 Her, Erika 254 Her, Jennifer 341 Her, lenny 234 Her, Kathryn 341 Her, Kendra 341 Her, Kyhiera 341 457 341 Miller, Pam 226 Miller, Tracey 221 Miller, Tracy 236 Miller, Vann 225 Mimlitsch, James 342 Min, Sooki 342 Min, Susan 221 Minea, Andreea 342 Mingst, Kryssie 221, 342 Miran, )oan-Ruth 221 Miranda, Anthony 342 Miranda, Mel 393 Miranda, Melvin 342 Miremadi, Michael 342 Mishkanian, Doris 342 Mitchell, Karen 342 Mitchell, Mark 342 Miura, Chiaki 249 Miyaji, Sachiko 393 Miyao, Cheryle 234 Mizote, Linda 225 Mobasser, Shahrad 393 Mochizuki, David 342 Mohile, Deborah 342 Molina, Alejandro 342 Molina, Louis 342 Molinari, )ulianne 342 Molini, Kathy 163 Monahan, Kathleen 393 Mongoikasetarin, lack 232 Monique, Hofrath 225 Montalvo, Louis 342 Montellano, Dennis 342 Montgomery, Anndrea 393 Montgomery, Peter 393 Mention, Cina 250 Montoya, Gina 392 Montoya, Inigo 394 Montrose, Todd 342 Moody, Michael 342 Moon, Hyun 342 Moon, lunghee 342 Moore, Jacky 258 Moore, )eanie 221 Moore, Julie 234 Moore, Michael 342 Moore, Michelle 342, 236 Moorehead, Kraven 394 Mora, Jesus 342 Mora, Xavier 342 Morales, Isaias 343 Morales, Lisa 343 Morales, Naritza 234 Moreno, Gina 343 Morgenroth, Emily 343, 236 Morhaime, Richard 343 Mori, Laura 343, 236 Morimoto, )an 248 Morin, Monique 258 Morita, Stephanie 343 Morrissey, Robert 343 Morsell, Joseph 343 Mortar Board 235 Moss, Bridget 394 Moss, Briget 258 Motamedi, Ashkan Motavassel, Shirin Motwani, Monisha Moylan, )im 394 Mu, Elaine 249 Muchin, Michael Mukai, Kenneth 343 Mukoyama, Tammy 343 Mullens, Leslie 343 Muller, Stephen 343 Mulligan, Martin 192 Munoyerro, Carmen 343 Munoz, Carlos 394 343 343 394 343 Munoz, Lisa 254 Murai, Melanie 343 Murakami, Melanie 249, 343 Murdock, Debbie 462 Murdoff, Sherrick 343 Murillo, Jennifer 394 Murillo, Jenny 234 Murphy, Titia 343 Myer, Karen 343 Myers, Jacqueline 343 Myers, Julie 343 Myers, Laurel 343 Myron, David 344 N Nack, Leslie 344 Nadelle, Denise 394 Nadura, Laura 250 Nagai, Tanya 221,226 Nagami, Kim 249 Nagle, Tracy 344 Nagos, Elaine 344 Naim, Arjang 394 Naim, Pauline 344 Nainkin, David 192 Naito, Arlene 248 Naito, Grace 249 Najoan, Paul E. 344 Nakano, Aileen 249 Nakazono, Kim 249 Nam, Moon S. 344 Nam, Roger 344 Nam, Yun C. 344 Namaghi, Sohail A. 344 Namavar, Ali 344 Namoos, Omar 234,344 Nava, lose 394 Navar, Virginia 344 Navarro, Guillermo 344 Naylor, Sarah 344 Nazarian, Devorah 344 Neal, Chrisopher J. 344 Negrete, Lorraine 344 Nelson, Audrey A. 344 Nelson, Eric 394 Nelson, James L. 344 Nelson, Julia C. 344 Nelson, Karen 187 Neman, Doreeta 394 Nenadov, Kathleen R. 344 Neri, Philip E. 344 Neustedter, Laura M. 344 Nevins, Liz 254 Ng, Pamela 394, 236 Nghi, Le Dao 382 Nguyen, Huy 394 Nguyen, Jason 236 Nguyen, Jennifer 248 Nguyen, Kha 394 Nguyen, Mimi 221 Nguyen, Nhi 248 Nguyen, Thuy 234 Nicole, E. Alexopoulos 293 Niednagel, Daniel 201 Niednagel, Steve, 201 Niefo, Angela 394 Nieto, Sandy 221 Nimitsilpa, Paul 232 Ning, Michael 165 Nitta, Deanna 221 No, Jinah 346 No, Nadia 346 Noel, Gina 346 Nogueira, Marcia 234 Nollar, Joseph 346 Nordeen, Sean 346 Nosrati, Saba 346 Nosse, Wendy 249 Nourian, Nasim 346 Nourmand, Nikki 254 Novida, Benjamin 346 Nowak, Kenneth 346 Noyes, Kristin 346 Nozawa, Sharon 346 Nuechterlein, Sue 346 Nunez, Jessica 346 Nwosu, Ngozi 234 Nygaard, Jeff 207 Nyguyen, Alison 250 Oakley, Cheryl 346 Obata, Chris 248 Obata, Pauline 223, 346, 236 Obioha, Igbodike 346 Ocampo, Albee 394 Ocampo, Jaime 394 Ochoa, Angelica 346 Ochoa.Joseph 346, 236, 239, 223, 394 O ' Connor, Kevin 346 Odegaard, Shani 221 Odom, Samantha 346 Oga, Carolyn 346 Ogasawara, Glenn 346 Ograin, Christopher 346 Oh, Barry 346 Oh, Hong 346 Oh, layne 347 Oh, JeeSun 347 Oh, Jeffrey 394 Oh, Sam 395 Ohara, Julie 221 Ohrt, Rudy 236 Ohshima, Christina 248 Ohta, Melinda 236 Ohtomo, Katherine 347 Oishi, Alric 347 Okada, Kelly 234 Okazaki, Nancy 347 Okinaka, Bobby 395 Okino, Mary 234 Olerich, Constance 347, 225 Olitsky, Rachel 254 Olivares, Gisella 234 Oliver, Patricia 347 Oliverez, Diane 347 OIkoski, Cynthia 347 Olson, David 347 Olson, Jennifer 347 Olson, Kris 347 O ' Neill, Linda 395 Ongjr., Don 347 Ong, Jason 347, 236 Ong, Mary Jennifer 347 Onishi, Randall 347 Ooi, Darren 347 Or, Hin 347 O ' Rand, Darin 347 Orewyler, Tom 347 Orozco, Luz 395 Orozco, Martha 395 Ortale, Kimberly 347, 225 Ortaliza, Marites 347, 225 Ortiz, Teresa 347 Osako, Mary 221 Osborne, Andrea 347 Osborne, Deborah 347 Osborne, Edward 348 Osten, Darren 395 Ota, Alice 348 Otroshkin, Stuart 348 Ou, Lin-Ju 348 Ough, Jacque 395 Ouyang, Janine 348 Oyog, Tammy 225 Pachnada, Alex 234 Radii la. Art 348 Padilla, Gabriela 348 Padilla, Lynn 348 Paek, Doo 348 Paez, Kathia 395 Page, Amy 348 Pai, Chi-Tseng 348 Pai, Julie 348 Pak, Elisabeth 348 Pak, Jihyon 348 Pak, Sangjin 348 Palamos, Angel ie 348 Palarea, Russ 395 Palencia, Lorena 348 Pam, Todd 395, 348 Pang, Teri 348 Pang, Tony 395 Papadopoulos, Terpsithga 348 Papetti, Lisa 348 Parada, Anita 348 Paradiso, Cristine 348 Paragas,Tess 395, 221, 348, 464 Parasidou, Sofia 348 Paratore, Monica 349 Pardee, Natalie 306 Pareja, Nanette 349 Pargett, Yvonne 349 Park, Chong 349 Park, Jason 349 Park, Jay 349 Park, jee 221 Park, Jeewon 349 Park, Mihae 349 Park, Minjung 349 Park, Tim 349 Parker, Rachel 221 Parker, Stacey 250 Partridge, Jennifer 349 Patel, Jayana 234 Patel, Manisha 349 Patrick, Jennifer 349 Patron, Harold 225 Patterson, Julie 349 Pauli, Christel 349 Pavek, Michael 349 Payne, Elizabeth 395 Paz, David 349 Pazdernik, Karl 192 Peacocke, Adam 207 Pedroza, Manissa 236 Peer Health Counselors 234 Pekary, Dianne 349 Pena, lannet 349 Pendleton, Laurie 349 Penilla, Albert 349 Pensinger, Erin 395 Peralta, Maria 349 Perez, Jonathan 349 Perlas, Liza 225 Perry, Jill 250 Pesce, Gina 187 Petchapradub, Vena 232 Petchpradub, Vena 349 Petersen, Gilda 349 Peterson, Beth 350 Peterson, Janelle 395 Peterson, Laura 350 Petree, Jennifer 350 Petrusis, Tina 350 Pfeiffer, Steven 350 Pham, Candi-Aihang 350 Pham, Joseph 395 Pham, Katherine 221 Pham, Kenneth 350 Pham, Linda 395 Phillips, Carrie 395, 350 Phillips, Deborah 350 Phillips, Wendy 350 Pho, Lin 350 Phung, Dung 232 Phung, Mitzi 248 Phung, Truong 350 Pier, Ross 207 Pierre, Shawn 350 Pinanong, Patty 249, 395, 232 Pirch, Sarah 350 Pirnazar, Payman 350 Plantharong, Cherng 232 Pleasant, Darin 192 Pliha, Chris 207 Plimier, Aneke 350 Plothin, David 350 Plumb, Jennifer 234 Pobanz, Carl 350 Pogue, Mike 395 Pokta, Suriani 350 Polashuk, Stacie 350 Polivka, Karl 201 Ponevuttisaet, Surentorn 23 Poom, Lida 232 Porinchak, Eve 350 Pornsaht, Donnakorn 232 Porras, Francisco 350 Portado, Moses 396 Portillo, Marissa 350 Portillo, Noemi 350 Posey, Kimberly 350 Praditbatuga, Panuchai 232 Prasarnsuk, Spencer 232 Price, Kirsten 352 Price, Yvette 352 Proctor, James 352 Profit, Michelle 396, 352 Profit, Thomas 352 Proko, Judy 352 Publications 233 Quah, Siewber 396 Quan, Eddie 352 Quan, Eric 352 Quan, Kimbe rly 352 Quare, Erika 352 Quesada, Elizabeth 352 Quigley, Megan 250 Quigley, Sean 352 Quinlan, Matt 192 Quinn, Donald 396 Quintana, Brenda 221 Quintanilla, Zulma 236 Quinton, Lori 352 R 458 Rcibiii, Alisa 223, 352 Radiol, L. Buckner 298 I Radish, M.D. 396 Kadu, Cristian 352 Ragasa. Vernon 236 iRaggelt, Ned 352 Rahbar, Christopher 352 jjRahbar, Celareh 396 IRahimi, Boby 396 iRahimi, Mohammad 352 IRai, Grace 352 Ralls. Lance 396 Ramirez, Claudia 352 Ramirez, William 352 Ramos, Brian 396 Ranglas, Nikki 396 Rashtian, Navid 396, 352 Rasmussen, Paula 250, 187 Ratclitfe, Linda 352 Rauso, Michael 352 Raven, lanine 352 Rayhanzadeh, Debora 396 Rayray, Cynthia 396 Reagan, Tim, 225 Reano, Rowena 353 Recio, Lucie 353 Record. Laura 353, 234 Redd. Mark 353 Reddick, ludith 353 (jReddy, Vinay 353 JReed, Derek 353 ' Reed, lason 228 Reed, Lourdes 221 Regul, Michelle 250 Reich, Erika 353 Reichenthal, lake 353, 236 Reimers, Mark D. 396 Reims, los h 353 Reinhart, William 353 (Rendahl, Robert 353 Resendez, Maridith 353 Rey, Cesele 353 Reyes, Anthony.Jr. 353 Reyes, Jennifer 236 Reyes, Patricia 353 Reyes, Petronila 396 Rha, Joe 232 Rhee, Lauren 396 Rhee, Un 353 Rhode, Judy 225 Rhodes, Andrea 221 Rhodes, Elizabeth 353 Riazi, Artemis 353 Rice, )ulia 353 Rich, Sherri 353 Richard, Sarah 236 Richards, Cabot 353 Richter, Rochelle 250, 353 Rickel, Valerie 353 Rico, Regina 353 Rider, Tiltany 250 Rierson, Anne 354 Rierson, Anne M. 354 Riesenhuber, Linnea 354, 354 Riggs, Stepahnie 354 Riggs, Stephanie 354 Riley, Dave 234 Riley, Rosa 354 Riley, Rosa E. 354 Rim, laebuhm 354, 354 Rincon, lose 396 Rinderle, Susan 354 Rinderle, Susan j. 354 Rious, Taiyo 354, 354 Rittichier, Scott 354, 354 Rivard, Michelle 354, 354 Rivas, Ktario 354, 354 Rivera, Alejandra 354 Rivera, Alejandra H. 354 Rivera, Idaliz 354, 354 Rivera, Maria 306 Ro, Charles 354 Ro, Charles C. 354 Ro, lunna 354, 354 Robbins, )im 201 Robert, M. Strachan Jr. 362 Rober ts, Cameron 250 Roberts, Dawn 354 Roberts, Dawn M. 354 Roberts, Linda 354 Roberts, Linda M. 354 Roberts, Susan 225 Robinson, Bryan 354 Robinson, Bryan L. 354 Robinson, Mathew 239 Robinson, Matthew 354 Robinson, Matthew R. 354 Robyne, Maria Serafica 358 Rocabado, Richard 354, 354 Rodriguez, Carmen 354, 354 Rodriguez, Charles 354, 354 Rodriguez, Gilbert, III 354 Rodriguez, Guadalupe 354, 354 Rodriguez, Julie 354 Rodriguez, Julie R. 354 Rodriguez, Larissa 354, 354 Rodriguez, Maria 355 Rodriguez, Maria L. 355 Rodriguez, Michael 355 Rodriguez, Sandra 355 Rodriguez III, Gilbert 354 Retail, George 355, 355 Rofer, Brian 207 Rogness, Dana 355 Rogness, Dana L. 355 Romero, Catherine 355 Romero, Margarita 236 Rometsch, Catherine 355, 355 Romo, Monica 355, 355 Ronchetta, Carolina 355 Ronchetta, Carolina N. 355 Rondholz, Christopher 396 Rosas, Lilia 355, 355 Rose, Janna 396 Rose, Sandra 355, 355 Rosenblatt, Paula 355, 355 Rosenfeld, Dana 355, 355 Rosenquist, Ami 355, 355 Rothermel, Christy 396 Rountree, Jason 355, 355 Rovello, Dioni 225 Rowe, Diane 355 Rowe, Diane E. 355 Rowley, Karen 355 Rowley, Karen P. 355 Roy, Eliza 225 Roy, Nina 355, 355 Rozario, Jennifer 355 Rozario, Jennifer L. 355 Ruangsuebsin, Blue 232 Rubenstein, Adam 397 Rudofsky, Jami 397 Ruggiero, Christina 355 Ruggiero, Christina L. 355 Ruggles, Craig 355, 355 Ruiz, Aaron 355, 355 Ruiz, Everto 355 Ruiz, Everto E. 355 Ruiz, Mario 355 Ruiz, Mario E. 355 Ruiz, XochitI 236 Rungruang, Nisa 232 Russell, lenni 397 Russell, Jill 355 Russell, Jill E. 355 Russo, Antonietta 356, 356 Rydell, Jeanne 250 Rydgren, Aimee 221 Rynearson, Robert 356, 356 Saavedra, Rosalia 237 Sabra, Haissam 201 Sachdeva, Satvinder 225 Sachs, Jennifer 397 Saddique, Hussein 397 Sadeghi, Parrish 221 Sadeghi, Samira 356, 356 Saengpradap, Jeanine 397 Safa, Parsa 397 Safavi, Afshin 356, 356 Saffer, Daniel 356, 356 Sagara, Jason 356, 356 Sahami, Nazanin 356, 356 Sahlman, Scott 397 Sail, Peter 232 Sakai, Raymond 397 Sakai, Rina 248 Sakai, Yoshie 248 Sakamoto, David 356, 356 Saker, Grace 356, 356 Sakihara, David 356, 356 Salazar, Gerardo 356, 356 Salib, George 356, 356 Salinas, Caroline 225 Salomone, Laura 356, 356 Samadani, Magnolia 236 Samarge, Susan 221 Sammon, Maureen 356, 356 Sanabe-Mao, Mary 356, 356 Sanchez, Carlos 356, 356 Sanchez, Josephine 356, 356 Sanchez, Judith 397 Sanchez, Karl 356, 356 Sanchez, Maria 221 Sandoval, Cynthia 221 Sanghi, Apurva 356, 356 Sangkharat, Amarin 232 Sanguinetti, Davide 192 Santiago, Robert 397 Santiago, Teddy 397 Santibanes, Renee 397 Santos, Michelle 250 Saporito, Joanna 356, 356 Sapper, Michele 356, 356 Sarayudej, Cathie 397, 232 Sariego, Zoe 398, 356, 356 Sarkissian, John 397 Sarpy, Julie 356, 356 Sasaki, Randy 398 Sasaki, 9E(ime 248, 221, 356, 356 Sasis, Edna 248 Sato, Sean 356, 356 Satterburg, Cheryl 357 Saucedo, Martha 236 Sauhskulvong, Suratchada 232 Saukkola, Kerry 398, 221, 236 Saunders, lames 357 Savage, Alicia 357 Savis, Niloofar 357 Sawetnanl, leerisuda 232 Sawin, Jennifer 357 Sawyer, Pamela 357 Sayle, Paige 250 Scaduto, Tony 357 Scarpat, Michael 357 Scarpero, David 398 Scates, Als 207 Schaaf, Jennifer 357 Schecter, Cathy 236 Schendel, Krista 221 Scher, Leslie 358, 358 Schimmel, Miriam 358 Schimmelfennig, Sofia 398 Schlimmer, Cynthia 250 Schneider, Dana 358 Schneider, Jennifer 398 Schneider, Marcia 358, 225 Schneiderman, Glen 358, 358 Scholbrock, Brian 358 School of Nursing 225 Schramm, Eric 358 Schuh, Michael 358 Schulman, Jessica 358 Schultz, Paul 358 Schuman, Gary 358 Schuman, Gary A. 358 Schuman, Gina 358 Schuman, Gina M. 358 Scola, Renee 358 Scott, Cynthia 358 Scott, Toshiko 237 Sealy, Mike 207 Search, M.C. 398 Seares, Kathee 221,358 Seaver, Amy 398 See, VeronicaSulian 358 Seeley, Nancy 358 Seeley, Nancy L. 358 Seely, Nancy 225 Seetachitt, Paul 398 Seigler, Stephanie 250 Seikaly, Cori 236 Seikaly, Myra 236 Seikaly, Shannon 236 Seki, Christine 358 Sekigahama, Linda 398 Selph, Shane 221 Seng, Justin 358 Senior Class Cabinet 223 Seo, JoungAh 358 Seong, Soobong 358 Sept, Douglas 398 Serafica, MariaRobyne 358 Seroussi, Delilah 358 Seto, Wendy 234 Setrakian, Sarine 358 Seyedroudbari, Deyedali 358, 359 Shabaznia, Monica 250 Shady, Katherine M. 359 Shah, Sangita 359, 359 Shaheedy, Noosha 398, 359, 359 Shamie, Neda 221 Shamonki, Mousa 398 Shane, Russell 359 Shane, Russell W. 359 Shang, Praise 359 Shang, Praise T. 359 Shapiro, Emily 234 Sharp, Deborah 359 Shashoua, Tally 359 Shaw, Brian 359, 359 Shaw, Chrisia 236 Shearin, Virgin 225 Shelve, Lisa 359 Shelve, Lisa M. 359 Shelby, Melanie 221 Shelofsky, Michael 398 Shepherd, Melissa 359 Sher, Jason 192 Sher, Pauline C. 399 Sheu, Caroline 399, 236 Shiao, Pam 399 Shigemura, Jessica 248 Shih, Cindi 461, 399, 222 Shih, Francis 359, 359 Shih, Kathleen 359 Shimabuku, Ken M. 359 Shimamoto, Jay 399 Shimozaki, Andra 399 Shin, Grace 399, 221 Shiota, Shin 399 Shiraki, Mark 399 Shiratori, Tomokoko 236 Shively, Linda 399 Sholders, Adrienne 359, 359 Shor, David 399 Shore, Allison 359 Shore, Allison L. 359 Showalter, Althea 225 Shukia, Jagruti 234 Shukia, Rita 237 Shulman, Dara 359, 359 Shung, Irene 359, 360 Siao, Grace 359, 360 Sid, Kalvin 359, 360 Siegel, Deborah 359, 225 Siegel, Deborah S. 360 Sierra, Danielle 250 Sievers, Sievers R. 399 Silberman, Ari 399 Silva, Julie 399 Silver, , Kar 225 Silver, Rory 359, 360 Sim, SoHee 359, 360 Simon, Michelle 250 Simonovski, Laurie 236 Simpson, Melissa 359 Simpson, Melissa M. 360 Sinclair, Brian 359, 360 Singer, Scott 360 Singer, Sibelle E. 360 Singh, Deepjot K. 360 Sirbu, Steven 360, 360 Siswanto, Edwin 399 Siu, Allister 360, 360 Siwisa, Davida R. 360 Sjong, Lisa 360, 360 Skiff, Sheri Ann 399 Slater, Juleen 250 Slater, Kelly 360 Slaughter, Hilary 360, 360 Slaughter III, Robert 360 Slaughter III, Robert L. 360 Slayton, Thomas 360 Slayton, Thomas E. 361 Smakom, Thai 232 Smelser, Steven 360 Smelser, Steven D. 361 Smetanka, Daniel 360 Sme tanka, Daniel J. 361 Smith, Alexis 221 Smith, Anthony 360, 361 Smith, Christine 360 Smith, Christine N. 361 Smith, Christy 250 Smith, Edgar 399 Smith, Elizabeth 360 Smith, Elizabeth L. 361 Smith, Fingers 399 459 Smith, lill 360 Smith, lillF. 361 Smith, John 360 Smith, John ). 361 Smith, Kimberly 360, 361, 225 Smith, Laurie 399, 360 Smith, Laurie R. 361 Smith, Paula M. 399 Smith, Susan 250 Smith, Taunya 360 Smith, Taunya |. 361 Smithe, Anitha 399 Smitherson, Becka 399 Smithly, Nicole 400 Sneed, Jennifer 360 Sneed, Jennifer L. 361 Snell, Michele 400 Snider, James 360 Snider, James R. 361 Snider, Marti 400 Snowden, Suzanne 360 Snowden, Suzanne W. 361 Snyder, Daniel 360 Snyder, Daniel J. 361 Sogawa, Jennifer 249 Sohn, Angela 361 Sohn, Angela M. 361 Solari, Luanne 361, 361 Soleimani, Payman 400 Soil, Stephanie 361, 361 Solovy, Robert 361 Solovy, Robert L. 361 Somarriba, Michelle 361 Somarriba, Michelle M. 361 Sommerfeld, Amanda 361, 362 Sommers, Laura Teruko 221 Sommers, Robert 361, 362 Son, Jennifer 361 Son, Jennifer M. 362 Song, Emmy 361 Song, Emmy K. 362 Song, Richard 361 Song, Richard H. 362 Song, Young 248 Songer, Kathleen 361 Songer, Kathleen M. 362 Soni, Rupam 221 Sorakubo, Liane 361, 362 Soriano, Joy 221 , 234, 361, 362 Sorich, Kathy 250 Soto, Bertha 361, 362 Soto, Tom 228 Soto, Yvette 361 Soto, Yvette M. 362 Soto- Ramirez, Patricia 361, 362 Sotomayor, Byron 361 Sotomayor, Byron M. 362 Sounthornsawad, Jay 232 Spancer, David 400 Sparkman, Jeffrey 361 Sparkman, Jeffrey M. 362 Sparks, Phillip 361, 362 Speraw, John 207 Sperling, Hilary 361, 362 Spielman, Samantha 361 Spielman, Samantha M. 362 Spinoso, Carmela 361, 362 Spitzer, April 361 Spitzer, April M. 363 Sprague, Eric 361, 363 Squellati, Elizabeth 361, 363 Sraberg, Bradley 362, 363 Srinivasan, Aarti 221 Staight, John 362 Staight, John M. 363 Stalker, Clint 400 Stancer, Wendy 221 Stanojevich, Mary 362 Stanojevich, Mary J. 363 Stapatynon, Suangsamorn 232 Star, Emma 400 Starke, Suzy 236 Starks, Columbus 363 States, Suzanne 362 States, Suzanne P. 363 Stecher, Nick 400 Steiglitz, Alexandra 362, 363 Steinaecker, Alicia 362, 363 Steiner, Jodie 362, 363 Steinmetz, Barry 362, 363 Steins, Christopher 362 Steins, Christopher J. 363 Stephen, Otis 362, 363 Stevenson, Lauri 362, 363 Stewart, Christopher 362, 363 Stewart, Jason 362, 363 Stewart, Julie 250 Stix, Kineda 400 Stolarz, Damien P. 400 Stone, Mark 234 Stotler, Kristine J. 362 Stott, Denise 187 Straap, Jacques 400 Straccia, Dawn K. 362 Strauss, Andrea 362 Strauss, Richard 400 Strong, Amy K. 362 Strug, Lisa 362 Stubblefield, Robert 362 Student Alumni Association 236 Sturman, Dominique 362 Su, Monica 250 Suarez, Jaymar 234 Suarez, Jaymer 362 Sudberry, Dean 363 Sueoka, Julie 249 Sugden, Bruce 239 Suh, Joshua 400 Suk, Anne 400 Sulian, Veronica See 358 Sullivan, Erik 207 Sumida, Shawn 248 Sun, James 363 Sun, Jennifer 236 Sun, Rebecca 248 Sunahara, Reed 207 Sunderman, Kristyl 400 Sundling, Paul 363 Sung, Michael 363 Sunico, Suzanne 363 Sunny, May Nguyen 394 Sunny, Psycho 401 Sunoo, Julie 363 Surti, Kavita 234 Suzuki, Tracy 363 Swansen, Lisa 225 Swanson, Shelley 363 Swartz, Dana 363 Swartz, Margaret 363 Swatik, Dave 207 Swegle, Alison 221 Sweitzer, Garland 363 Swerdloff, Alexa 363 Swioca, Sherry 250 Sylvester, Walter 363 Sywak, Natalie 250 Ta, Tung Hwa 363 Tabares, Rebecca 363 Tabuchi, Lori 248 Tachdjian, Raffi 363 Taepaisitphongse, Varun 232 Taggart, Patricia 401 Taghizadeh, Payam 401 Taguchi, Jennifer 234 Tahajian, Bradley 363 Tak, Jung 225 Takahashi, Tracy 401 Takaki, Julie 248, 363 Takayoshi, Seigo 401 Takesh, Fahimeh 363 Takeuchi, Yuki 249 Talamantez, Monique 221 Talley, Elizabeth 363 Talley, Liz 234 Tam, Christine 363 Tam, Sandy 363 Tamaddon, Alireza 363 Tamakawa, Kerri 249 Tammel, Craig 363 Tampus, Kareen 221 Tamura, Kimi 248 Tan, Bee 363 Tan, Carmela 401 Tan, KiatCee 364 Tan, LeonieL. 364 Tanabe, Jennifer 221 Tanaguchi, Kristin 221 Tanaka, Davidl. 364 Tanaka, Linda 364, 225 Tang, Billy 401 Tang, Charlotte 364 Tang, Irene 364 Tang, Jacqueline 221, 364 Tang, Janine 401 Tang, PuiShan 364 Tang, Richard 222 Tang, Terry 364 Tanioka, Denyce 249 Tannirat, Darlene 232 Tasooji, Ali 401 Tate, Stacey 364 Taudavanitij, Nontivich 232 Taurany, Kenneth 364 Taylor, Chris 401 Taylor, Melanie 234 Tea, Yin 249 Teglia, Valerie 236 Templeton, Amy 364 Tenenbaum, Maureen 364 Tengan, Audrey M. 401 Tepsupomchai, Pansak 232 Teran, MariaMelania 364 Terry, David 364 Teruya, Summer 234 Teshbi, Alex 401 Tessler, Sheva 364 Tester, Bram 364 Thai Smokam 232 Thang, Paul Do 383 Thelen, Kathleen 364 Thiel, Don 232 Thom, Hedy 364 Thomas, Cameron 364 Thompson, Kirk 364 Thompson, Mark 364 Thompson, Paul 364 Thongsrinoon, Toontham 232 Thornber, Emma 364 Thorne, Amy 1 87 Thornton, Candace 401 Thurmond, Tiffany 401 Tickles, Tess 309 Tiguia, Herbert 365 Tillman, Candace 364 Tiloore, Kelly 255 Tilson, Jeffrey 365 Ting, Louis 365 Tinsley, David 365 Tipon. Patricia 365 Tipple, Debi 225 Tiquia, Herb 232 Tir, Soy 365 Tisch, Eric 365 Titizian, Virginia 401 Tjaden, Heather 221 Tom, Kent 365 Tom, Lisa 365 Tomei, Shari 366 Tomlin, Dean 366 Tomooka, Roberta 366 Ton-That, Tuan 366 Tong, lules 366 Topper, Vic 366 Torbati, Arian 366 Torney, Liz 228 Torrealba, Narda 366 Torres, Angelica 366 Torres, Daniel 366 Torres, Daniel P. 401 Torres, Maria 366 Toth, Rebecca 401, 221 Towery, Amy 366 Towfigh, Shirin 366 Toy, Sklar 366 Toy, Susanna 366 Toy, Suzanna 249 Tran, Anh 366 Tran, Betty 401, 366 Tran, Frankie 401 Tran, Lien 234 Tran, Phong 401 Tran, Phuong 366 Tran, Thieulam 366 Traurig, Steven 366 Tretheway, Kristin 366 Trevino, Helen 366 Trinh, Charlene 366 Trostler, Alison 366 Troy, Helena 401 Truong, Danny 232 Truong, Hung 401 Tsai, Phoebe 222 Tsai, Stephanie 249 Tsai, Yvonne 221 Tsang, Marilyn 248 Tsaowonsiri, Sutai 232 Tsenler, Dima 401 Tsiang, Angela 366 Tsuboi, Erynn 248 Tsuchiyama, Anne 248 Tu, Helen 221 Tu, YaoWen 367 Tukloff, Tammy 250 Tung, Dora 237 Tung, Dora T. 401 Tung, Tony 232 Turbeville, Julie 250, 367 Turner, Beckie, 225 Turner, Emily 367 Turner, Mike 367 Twisselmann, David 367 Twomey, Brian 401 Tyagi, Namita 367 Tyler, Amy 367 Tyler, Brian 401 u Uchio, Emily 225 Uebbing, Mary 250 Llesugi, Kenji 367 Um, Kristin 249 Umali, Michelle E, 367 Ung, Cynthia 249 Ungerman, Marni 250, 367 Uribe, Angel 367 Urquhart, Sumiko 367 Urstein, Jill 367 Usaha, Wankanok 232 Utsumi, Toshio 367 Uyeda, Kim 234 Uyeda, Kimberly 367 V, Henry 386 Vahedifar, Payam 234 Vajrabukka, Sonny 232 Valdes, Lisette 236 Valdez, Philip C. 401 Valdez, William 401 Valencia, Benjamin 367 Valentine, Victoria 367 Valenzuela, Angelica 367 Vales, Noel 228, 367 Valladares, Usette 367 Vallecillos, Glenn 367 Valois, Glenn 367 Van Bibber, Richard 367 VanBoxtel, Deron 367 VanEckhout, Barbara 368 VanEeckhout, Barbara 221 VanLaeken, Nikki 234 VanMeter, Michael 223, 368, 1. Vargas, Jane 368 Vargas, Rebecca 221, 368 Varner, Jason 368 Varona, Fiel 225 Vasquez, Amber 236 Vasquez, Aurora 221 Vasquez, Catalina 236 Vasquez, Roselie 401, 368 Vaughn, Greg 401 Vavic, Jovan 368 Veerachanavirut, Naratip 232 Vega, Claudia 368 Vega, Glenn 234 Vekselman, Mike 401 Velasquez, Vivian 368 Venable, Davita 368 Ventura, Christel 248 Verde, Jesus 368 Veronika, M. Sandor 397 VI, Henry 386 Victorin, Cynthia 368 Viczorek, Rick 368 Vidal, Alejandro 368 Villa, Pancho 401 Villagra, Beatriz 368 Villalobos, Carlos 236 Villalobos, Gena 368 Villalobos, Veronica 368 Villaneda, Ruth 368 Villanueva, Manuel 368 Villareal, Amy 250 Villaver, Geredith 368 Villegas, Geraldine 368 Viloria, Rodney 368 fmiioia-! ' ipji ' itamonle % ' M ' o,Du) i ' otl)«l3,K toW- ' ctaanin, i(i»,toil| !u,i;iin-l l)ikii,S)t. w tetov, Wi)v,Sa ya§w,.M Viitiwigh Weiotd, W,Hiio Valdroup, %hsM ' ilte, Ke (alket,Sli Vallon.At fa. 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Shin 359 Won, Chong Shin 359 Won, Young 372 Wong, Adam 372 Wong, Aimee 372 Wong, Alice 372 Wong, Allison 372, 225 Wong, Amy 372 Wong, Bonnie 372 Wong, Clara 372 Wong, Darlene 225 Wong, Debra 372 Wong, Jane 372 Wong , Jay 236 Wong, Karina 372 Wong, Kevin 207 Wong, Leilani 372 Wong, Lena 372 Wong, Mary 248 Wong, Stuart 372 Wong, Vivian 372 Wong, Waihong 372 Wongvipat, Jan 232 Woo, Kenneth 372 Woo, WaiKin 372 Wood, Frank 372 Wood, Walter 372 Woods, Charisse 372 Woodwardjr., John 372 Woodworth, Kristina 372 Wooidridge, Matthew 372 Worrede, Fitsum 372 Wright, Forrest 373 Wu, Annie 373 Wu, Ben 373 Wu, Shirley 248 Wultfson, Katring 250 Wyer, Natalie 373 Wynn, Kimberly 221, 236 Wynne, Alec 228 X, Mr. 372 Xu, Yuyao 237 Yagar, RoseAnne 373 Yamabe, Karen 373 Yamaguchi, Dana 373 Yamamoto, BIythe 221 Yamamoto, Takako 373 Yamamura, Jodi 373 Yamini, Donna 373 Yan, Wendy 234 Yanai, Garrett 373 Yang, Daphne 248 Yang, John 373 Yang, Katherine 226 Yano, Tomoyuki 373 Yap, Ruth 373 Yarnell, Allen 228 Yaros, Lisa 373 Yasui, Lunn 234 Yau, Kar-Fai 373 Yeep, Esperanza 373 Yeh, Ann 226 Yeoh, Denise 373 Yepez, Sylvia 373 Yeung, Deborah 373 Yi, Janet 373 Vi, lun 373 Vi, Su 236 Yim, Michael 373 Ying, Susie 373 Yip, Douglas 373 Yokota, Kariann 374 Yokota, Travis 374 Yong, Su Shin 236 Yoon, Hanie 374 Yoon, Hea-jin 374 Yoon, James 374 Yoon, Seon 374 Yoon, Suzanne 221 Yoshida, Angela 374 Yoshida, Gina 248 Yoshida, Julie 374 Yoshimura, Audra 374 Young, Alyssa 250 Young, David 374 Young, Katy 221 Young, Shannon 237 Yousefmoradi, Mandana 236 Youssef, Joumana 374 Yu, Alan 374 Yu, Annette 236 Yu, Annie 374 Yu, Christina 374 Yu, Hyunah 374 Yu, Irving 374 Yu, Jenny 236 Yu, Lisa 236 Yu, Myuheui 237 Yu, Sandy 237 Yu, Stephanie 374 Yu, Victoria 374 Yuen, Carleen 374 Yuen, Johnnie 374 Yuki, Masayuki 374 Yun, Song K. 374 Yut, Emily 374 Yutan, Paul 234 YWCA 237 Zaies, Alice 374 Zamora, Ronald 375 Zamparelli, Tija 375 Zavala, J.Antonio 375 Zayas, Silvia 375 Zee, Lisa 375 Zerger, Todd 375 Zhou, Stephen 375 Zigman, Leslie 237 Zimmerman, Suzanne 375 Zimmerman, Suzy 250 Zink, AttilaJ. 375 Zitser, Ernest 375 Zschaschel, Diana 375 Zuniga, Teri 375 Zwiebach, Carol 375 461 CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Kara Frauds Tess Paragas MANACINC EDITOR DoiJ 0 )erario BUSINESS MANACER Max Castillo ADVERTISING Dennis Chin COPY EDITOR Richard Laurence Copy Staff Charinaiue Cordero Jennifer Kohasbi Benjcnnin Holzenier CREEKS CROUPS EDITOR Jamie Flynn Staff Paris Cbalnian Angela Daily Benjamin Holzemer Erika Miller Ronda Sells LAYOUT CO-EDITORS We idy Buhanan Cindi Sbib Layout Staff Sbaroii Cordero Amber Keller Sbeila Yafai Lisa Yit Aiuiie W ' u PHOTO EDITORS Sunny Sung EJ E) idler Photo Staff Cris Adrian Mel Mi raj 1 da Chris O ' Dea Renee Santibanes Chuck TuJJIi SPORTS PHOTO EDITOR Bmce eii))er SPORTS EDITOR Jenny Lin Sports Staff Cbrisline Bae ieji 462 f A WORD FROM THE EDITORS As I am writing this, it is 3:20 a.m. in the moming and Kara and I are valiantly trying to linish EVERYTHING that we had told Terence was finished 3 days ago. However, I am proud to admit that this has been our only all-nighter, breaking any traditions our past editors have created. Speaking ol which I ' d like to thank Heidi, Tina, and Clarissa, tor paving the way for Kara and I. It just goes to show that the best man for the job is a woman. Most importantly, I ' d like to thank a supportive and creative staff for making this yearbook possible. Personally, I ' d like to thank a few people that have made my college career phenomenal. Kara - no one coLild have asked for a better " partner in crime " . Together, we learned 1 ) men are more unpredicatble than women can ever be, 2) how to lie while keeping a straight face, 3) lastly and most importantly, that yearbook comes after family, school and sanity. Cathy Choy - thank you for filling my undergraduate years with happy memories. Keep doing well at Loyola Law and never give up on your dreams. Don, thank you for making college fun. I could only hope that one day both our goals of being successful and ethnically sound will be reached. Jody, thanks for sharing the hell of law school admissions with me. To my roomies, jocelyn, Elizabeth, and Allie - thank you for not only being my roommates but also my friends. Michel and Cina - you both will be wonderful parents. |oy, Rosalie, and Wenona - 3 very extraordinary women who helped me grow up. Thank you for all the " Girl ' s Nights Out " and rap sessions; they made me realize how lucky I am to have friends such as you. Dad, Mom, and Paul, I would like to thank you for all the support you have given me throughout my college career. These past few years have been challenging and oftentimes very difficult. However, through you I have learned that with just a little faith, we can live through even the most trying times. To the rest of my family (The Luna ' s, Tuazon ' s,Yulo ' s, Paragas ' , De La Cruz ' s, Nicholas ' , Lapat ' s, and Buenaflor ' s), without your support and encouragement, I would not have been able to accomplish all that I have set out to do. Lastly, I would like to thank Galen Yee for putting up with me and sticking by me for the past 4 1 2 years. You have taught me that even with my very busy schedule there should be some time set aside for myself and for my loved ones. Thank you for your love and your offbeat sense of humor. To everyone who has looked through the pages of this book, we hope that in a small way we have opened your eyes to the events, people, and ideas that aftect us everyday. -Tess Paragas I I have always hat ed editors who wrote long winded, boring " thank yous " at the back of their book. Well, one year and 464 pages later here I am, and ' m going to be really long-winded and boring. First and foremost, I have to thank a person who I did not know a year ago. Tess, what can I say, but I wouldn ' t lave done it any other way. I still can ' t believe how well we work together and how often we agree. You are a great editor and a great friend. I ' m going o miss you a lot next year, but I wish you the best of luck at Harvard Law. A little reminder: be careful about sharing your personal life in large, communal ireas. You ' re the best, you fool! I would like to thank my mentors, Tina Eshaghpour, Heidi Sommer and Clarissa Aesquivel. I woud also like to thank my riends who helped me make it through the year. Anita, you ' re the best bud a gal ever had. I admire and cherish your ideals and your passion. Never lose ight of them. Ben, thanks for everything, especially the arguments. Ajean, Cassie, Jeneane, Susie and Tracy, oh my gawd ,! You guys were soon fun! Our lalatial party palace was a perfect tension release. Keith, thanks for all the great support and laughs. You ' re my ma-cho, ma-cho man. Mike B., thanks for naking me smile when I didn ' t have much to smile about. I want to warn the Roebling 10967 crew that I now have more time to come kick over your water, inally, I want to thank Mom, Dad, Johnny Jane, Jenny Kevin. Your inexhausstible support helped me make it through the times I was about to blow ip the office. I wouldn ' t have made it to this page if it wasn ' t for you guys. This has been the most rewarding project I have ever undertaken. I wouldn ' t hange a single second for the world, but I have one tip for future editors: don ' t, whatever you do, take yourself too seriously, and never take Terence seriously, mjoy the book, and I hope we captured the atmosphere, issues, people, and mood of UCLA 1 991 -1 992. If we didn ' t, tough luck. -Kara Francis We would like to take this opfjortunity to exjjress our undying apprection for the 1991-1 992 Bruin Life staff. They are a group of extremely talented, hard-working, dedicated, and creative people who have made this book a resounding success, which we hope people will continue to hear about for years to come. E. J., thanks for your incredible talent in every medium. Gallery is spectacular and epilogue is gorgeous. Your artwork lent a new dimension to the book. Don, you ' re moral support, bottemless cess-pool of gossip, and car kept us running through the year. Make sure you take care of your North Carolina speeding ticket. Our business staff may have been small numbers but Max and Dennis were anything but small in inovation and hard work. Remember, our goal is 5,000 books. NOT! The profiles and issues sections were a success story thanks to Ben, Annie, Charmaine, Jenny, Jennifer and their fearless leader, Richard. Richard, your soap ofjera life and writing skills propelled us through deadline 7. The Greeks and groups staff did a stellar job on the section. Thanks tor all your hard work and great sense of humor, Jamie. By the way, where is Pi Phi?! Many thanks to Wendy and Cindi who stuck by us even when we had no idea what we were doing or how to do it. Good luck next year, you have what it takes. Amber and Sheila, watch out! You will be a powerful force in years to come. A special thanks to Lisa for a job very well done on the gallery section. The sports section received a much needed facelift thanks to you, Jenny and your one woman staff, Christine. Good luck next year, Jenny, just do it. Last but certainly not least, we would like to thank our photo staff. Sunny, thanks for your fantastic photos throughout the book and thanks for making us laugh. Cris, your photos prove the saying, a picture says a thousand words. Mel, congratulations on graduating! We ' ve seen you grow and mature not only as a person but as a photographer as well. Chuck, thanks for sticking around this year. You were a great help. O ' Dea, you came to us late in the year and yet your pictures abound. You are very talented and your dedication is rare. Don ' t leave us, whatever you do. Bruuuce, although you only wanted to take pictures of sporting events and cheerleaders your photos were fabulous and well worth the wait which was sometimes painfully long. Renee, thanks for your original photography. Keep up the good work. Thank you Norm and Terry for lending us your studio during crunch time. We would also like to thank our publications support, Terence Hsiao, Arvli Ward, Grace Liu and Comm Board Chair, David Lipsey, you did a great job considering the odds you faced. Thanks for lunch. And to all of the newsmagazines editors, especially Katrina, Sheila, and Jaime, thanks for keeping the campus and the two of us in tune with progressive idealogues, philosophies, and personalities. A LutaContinua. And ofcourse we must include our buddies at Delmar: Todd Clontz and Carol Dukelow. Thanks. We ' re ' outta here! ri 463 The 1 991 -1 992 Bruin Life Yearbook is printed on 464 pages of 9 x 1 2 , 80 lb Mead dull enamel paper. Fonts used for headlines and body copy were Optima and Lithos. All black and white photos were taken with TMAX 400 film, and color photos were taken on a variety of slide film, including Ektachrome and Fujichrome. The cover color is indigo blue. Cover type font is Optima and Mistral. All photos were printed with a 1 pt. tool line. Our printer was the Delmar Company in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our representatives were Frank Meyers and Tom Larson; our Customer Representative was Carol Dukelow. If you have any questions, or thoughts, or free beer, please give us a call immediately at 310-825-2640, or drop us a line at 112 Kerckhoff Hall, 308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, California 90024. If you still can ' t get a hold of us, we are probably at the beach . . . surfing. (

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