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Ahe Bates, T. J. Hamilton. Jonathan Blavin. Richard Marius. Andrew Mathews, Mark Row -Mill-Minn Kan. Michael S.mses. Chris Palmer. Ryan Nelson, Mite Weisslit:, Gustav Bm.-n, A. Kim Row -i: Reed Mockaitis, Steven Prost. Keith Janson. David Meyer. Douclas Covert, Chris Joseph Black. Mike Soules. Rovi-liSaM Lipri. Lily Manne. David Speillo s el. Jason Fink, Rachel Orahka Row --2: Matcey kxl. Mallory Simmons. Michelle McGi vern. Teresa Dejaner. Arima Khilanani, Johanna KasuK.w.ki Row lonath.in C hoe, Prasanna Suhramanian. Emily Gertr, M. Hannah A. Gilkenson, Ben Monson. Mary Bcianros. Siw Mint Hon DayiJ. Stephanie AtkinM n. Amy Adims 4 ' L Rowl: Pietra Check, Mam Sharma. Alison Gehle. Sacha Feirstem. L.uirie Buruu.- R,.w -2: ine Zi:linski. Georuc Lm. Nicholas Hcilhut. Chn- L.ihey. Anne Hellie. Michael Huns R,ml: Aaron Jcft Sun, Marvin Ainmori. Mike Bury, Eli:aK.-th AJkins. Laura Anderson, Din I Erin Smith I ' : Ria-_ik?heil,iBronnin K .OIiviaJi.hn. Grace Vee.C:,iriiu-nL,,m,. ' .i:liri.Rocilin.lon,iih,inls ' KU LMuke-h Aur.rn.il. Stephanie Purdy. Monica Mutsulavish. Upekala Wijayr.itnc, Tracy RaKi.e. l n id .!!.!,, |,,.,,lo. Minn Unen. Sara BUI..IC. Del- Mike. Mclamc Kenny. Rich Rescllje: Row y. Anthony II. Kmt. John K-.ii. Glenn Fox. Brie TiJcrmutxn. IVin Co-tale-. Gcorse H.onr. " Living with my fellow Inteflex people makes for an ideal learning environment " - Woo Seong Yeom, Inteflex first-year student Burton Kim Sophomore Asian studies stu- dent Carmen Liang relaxes in her room on the second floor of Prescott with sophomore George Hong. " I play the drums to relax, " said Liang, " no one really has a problem with it. " Burton Kim A student hangs an announcement on the wall on the second floor of Hayden. With the sheer number of groups on campus, many organizations found that fliers and posters were a good way of keeping people informed. Residence Halls 289
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EXPRESSIONISM Central Campus : East Quad STORY BY GEORGINA HIRSCHLER Some East Quad residents lived by the motto " ex- press yourself, " as they discovered their individu- ality through the myriad of programs offered in the dormitory. " Students here are more willing to express themselves. Part of college is experimenting with new ways of thinking and acting; East Quad is very supportive of that, " commented Coordinator of Resident Education Brian Jones. This environment stemmed from two pro- grams housed in it: Inteflex and the Residen- tial College. First-year student Christine Mikesell said, " I love it here in the Inteflex Pro- gram because there are only 35 of us. It ' s like B, .. Rachel Wcher. Angela Smith, Diana Crouch, Tim Lilt Kalish, Kimk ' rly Hun, Heather Runtinu. Jessie Lurk- Ruw-i; Rohert IJ. Saul Mike Campbell. thy Sir lir, Elli ndRmViliEumceLei itFjman. Ju.im M.irrir .yWGnren 4ih: Row -1 : Mara-ood Pola.sek, Navm Bapat. Jessica Penney lethany Bump Row-2:Shakela Smith, Pamela Kalte, Hanna Edwards, Tk-nni Baksik Row .): Gus Shaffer. Jackie Russell, lanae Cooley, Paula lliardim. J Goedee. Joseph Bump Ei3S_fiNcil Romheri!, John McCoy, Isaac Krktiman Rick Freeman, Shana Rashes, Jennifer Gm.Jman. having a huge group of friends together all of the time. " (continued on page 290) iJan [lysart. Natalie Waljinuer, Evelyn Mai, Nancy Cutler. Etica Paup. Amy k Ketstin Hanson, Lisa Wikm, Erin Himn.J, Jason Pomrello, Jonathan Irish, Nicole I.upke. Hen Kester, David Wilson, Brian O ' Beirne Riiw-i: Marcus W.Hxl. Eric Bannat. Pattick Ryan, Jonathan Nickl Sharif Klris, Keith Hardy, Ryan O ' Malley, Younu-Bean Sons. 288 Residence Halls Students log on to easily accessible comput- ers in East Quad ' s ResComp site. " I ' m always doing my e-mail at two in the morning. That ' s when you know you ' re guaranteed a computer, " said LSA sophomore Becky Thompson. ROM- -I: Ktistm Uday, Erin McKean, Jenniler Preston, Jeremy Lop.. Arellano. Heather Hopmu.d Row ' 2: Charlene So. Caroline Hellm.m. Jell P.m., Kane Ken in, tilth I Row-): Orit Grecnhcri:, Asha Pcto.kct. Kimk-rly Canjido, Jonaihan KelloM-,, Jackie Lee. t :h,irle- Rench) Row -4: Dave Nelson, Matt Holt:man, John Michaelson. Kristin Funk, Melissa Burton, Paolm Chi.
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Central Campus : East Quad (cont.) Inteflex was the pre-medicine program sponsored by the Uni- versity medical school. Once accepted into the program, students were guaranteed admission to the medical school as long as their grades were kept at a satisfactory level. The largest program at East Quad, however, was the Residen- tial College (RC), a mini-college within the University. According to Jones, East Quad ' s liberal reputation was a result of the RC. " It promotes a liberal education and well-rounded students. " The dorm housed " many artistic resources which were outside the School of Art, such as a darkroom, ceramics room, and printmaking room, " said returning Resident Advisor Young-Bean Song. The school sponsored The RC Players, who performed " Sister Mary Ignautas Explains It All, " " An Actors Nightmare, " and " What the Butler Saw. " Performances were also held at the snack bar, the Halfway Inn, which featured frequent open-microphone nights, where anyone could perform music, comedy, or poetry. The dorm had a house council, East Quad Representatives Association (EQRA) and a minority group called ABENG, which sponsored a multi- cultural arts festival. The weekend-long festival included African-American dancing and a game night. East Quad also had an equality social group and a Gay Lesbian Bisexual Group (GLB), both of which held weekly meet- ings to deal with personal or community problems as they occurred. Second-year English ma- jor James Wilson works on a paper in the East Quad ResComp site. Computing sites were an added conve- nience to dorm life. Anderson 2nd: Row -I: Charles Walk.; Michael Braun, Knnherly Yee. David Hel, Row .V Ian GoldenherB, Caleb Rutai Duncan-son, Ushimhra Buford. n Skiles , Beth Elliott. Jodie Colone, Kenyatta Wilson er, Vem, Talanki Vis.-anath, Shana Oovel, Ross Kashiiheck Km, Wilson, Matthew Wemple. Michael Feld. Clajei Kevin Skile! An,l-,m IrJ: Row-1: lnhn Price, Mclame Walter. Kris Genove.se, Dave BarnarJ. Jeff Howcll, Spence Money. Hui-San Chunu, Mahesh Murthy: Row -2: Can, Boninn. Indian Chan, Red Town-end, Julie Van Oss, Oayle Giffin, Kim Au B ensrein, Lisa ln B all. Stephanie Klein, Melis.i G.i B rica. Erin Noack, Emily L.isner Ro- J f R ' e DeLuca, Jessica Plant:. Meiuhan O ' Rourke, Nelse Winder, Amanda Smith, Ben Gill-art. Lis Shatkey, Naomi Brenner Row -4: Puja Dh.man, Riki Mitiner, Jason Rovak. Adrian Ray, Li: Walknp. lad Ruhy, Stephen Hohetman. Chatlie Snydet, Christophet Henry. Alex Brown. Burton Kim 290 Residence Halls
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