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Group members smile while participating in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The group partici- pated in many University community activities throughout the year, photo courtesy of Zeta Sigma Chi Zeta Sigma Chi was a multicultural sorority that recently started in January 1999. The sorority started with nine women who wanted something different on the University ' s campus, not being satisfied with the Greek sororities on campus. They felt like they needed more diversity and unity which led them to form Zeta Sigma Chi. Regina Cow, a nursing stu- dent in her senior year, explained, " ZSC was defi- nitely an organization that was trying to not only bring women together in sisterhood, but everyone as a community. " However, making this dream come true took a lot of hard work and dedication. Finally on November 14, 1999, the ladies were finally recognized as sisters of the first and only multicultural sorority, Zeta Sigma Chi, on the University ' s campus. Activities of Zeta Sigma Chi included participa- tion in the University ' s Welcome week, Ghandi ' s Day of Service, clothing donations to the Purple Heart of Ann Arbor, Martin Luther King ' s day sym- posium, and helping out at the Ann Arbor Hands on Museum. They also spent their time helping out with bucket drives for the Unicorn ' s Children Foun- dation, which was their philanthropy. The Unicorn Children ' s Foundation was a non-profit organiza- tion that provided help and guidance to kids who have disabilities in learning and communication. The sisters of Zeta Sigma Chi were close in friendship and sisterhood. When senior cultural anthropology major Tracey Dreyton first joined she thought, " The women at the open house were so warm and friendly. They just made me feel like they really wanted me to be a part of their organization . " Dreyton was not the only one who felt this way. Junior Nicole Rappaport, sociology and english major, said, " The day I became a Z-Chi. The feeling was indescribable, and I ' d have to say it was the best day of my college career. " by Caroline Meng front Row: Natalie Stegall, Char ' ly Thomas, Tracey Drayton, Kim Tran, Jaclyn Me Afee, Nicole Rappaport, Regina Cox photo by Abby Johnson Zeta Sigma Chi Multicultural Society members pose for a picture during a group meeting in the Union. The society was founded in 1999. photo courtesy of Zeta Sigma Chi Organizations 361
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Group ii 1 part " Luthe Front Row: Hien Duong, Akiko Kurachi, Yvonne Lee, Terri Kim, Alice Lin Row 2: David Lee, Rajiv Pa i, Rachel Marek, Amit Singal, Debbie Kwon, Sarah Rozeboom, Kim Yee, Tara Chang, Vaishalee Padgaonkar, Kiran Knanuja, Vidya Kumar, Grace Su photo courtesy of United Asian American Medical Student Association Front Row: Ronnie Ho, Vincent Chan, Albert Law, James Li Row 2: Dennis Fung, Fu Keung Lau, Mike Ho, Fu Wrng Lau, Lin Chan, Jeff Lau, Billy Tse photo courtesy of Wah Van Alumni Association 360 Front Row: Knsten Bickle, Sara Rone, Payal Patel, Naomi Yodkovik, Christine Chan, Brynn Wade, Jen Bucholz Row 2: Aarti Aurora, John Cooper, Matthew Kich, Kim Goldman, Gina Claeys, Knsten Balfour, Toby Freund, Jennifer Koepsell, Jared Borriello Row 3: Emily Schmidt, Janet O ' Connor, Elise Metzger, Rachel Knopf, Brenton Huang, Jordan Pratzel, Gary Klein, Landon Greene, Jonathan Alexander, Sara Nolan, Erica Watt, Rachel Chambers, Alison Chambers Row 4: Nicole Matti, Matthew Armfield, Casey Ronk, David Bajor, Scott Laughlin, Mark Sgriccia, Daniel Weber, Kathryn Foley, Nihar Kanodia, Stephanie Hartshorn, Eva Strickler, Jaimee Zuboff, Chad Dixon, Brent Hawkins, Michael Pearson Jr. Sandeep Jani photo by Audra Rowley Front Row: Rachele Cooper, Josh Bueller, Christine Lombardi Row 2: Travis Atkinson, Karen Emick, Marc Surprenant, Richard Davies, Melinda Wenner, Andy Sievers, Lisa Cunningham, Shirley Bartov, Nathan Younger, Galen Haynes, Aimee Austria photo by Susan Chalmers Zeta Sigma Chi
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TOUGHoN THE FIELD Asking for a pass, seniors Dave Bernard and Jeff Hadwin cut away from a Marquette player. The team competed in the CCLA Semi-final in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. photo courtesy of Sean Keenan The theme of Michigan lacrosse since its inception 10 years ago has been one of perpetual improve- ment. Each year, the team has managed to achieve more than what was expected of an infant program competing against teams with storied traditions. In 2001, the Michigan Men ' s Lacrosse team had a roster to rehabilitate following a fulfilling campaign in the previous season. Head Coach John Paul returned for his fourth season at the reigns. Joining him on the sidelines at Oosterbaan Field House were Goalie Coach Gil Leaf and Assistant Coaches Tony DiGiovanni and Jeff Hess. Captain Jeff Hadwin, a thunderous 200 Ib. senior, prepared to lead the team of 35 in his final season. He was reunited with former starters Micah Veith and Kevin Chan, who sat out the 2000 season. The 2000 season was considered both a success and a disappointment for the Wolverines, who overachieved and drew attention in the national championship tournament but felt that a couple of close games throughout the campaign could have easily gone in their favor. Ranked seventh in the nation at the beginning of the season, the Wolver- ines clobbered their Big Ten foes but dropped competitive matches to higher-ranked Brigham 362 Front Row: Gil Leaf, Chris Sigalais, Sloan Buchan-McGilliard, Dave DiCamitto, Tom Burns, Wesley Martus, Jeff Hadwin, Micah Veith, Kevin Chan, Ben Herbst, Dave Bernard, Greg Deutch, Jeremy Meakowitz, John Paul Row 2: Jeff Hess, Kevin Keenan, Peter Lund, Jeff Hanna, Jason Gratson, Sooman Kim, Jerry Perez, Andy Vilardo, Howie Fugate, John Schwartz, Ryan Peters, Matt Bernard, Charles Appel, John Morgan Row 3: Nichole Samzcyk. Kevin Toller, Jason Charo, Paul Mans, Jason Hall, Eric DeLamarter, Chip Thomas, Bill Siegel, Raymond Chang, Justin Gal, Evan Sonderman, Brian Marchena, Niki Erust photo courtesy of Men ' s Lacrosse Team Young and Sonoma State. Convincing wins over other programs earned the men ' s team a fifth seed in the national tour nament in St. Louis. They were defeated in the second round after an epic struggle with Colorado State and relegated to the consola- tion bracket, where they split their remaining two games. Sophomore goalie Jeremy Menkowitz stated, " Even though we didn ' t win ourselves the champi- onship, this was a great run to be a part of. I ' m proud to be on this squad. " Jeff Hadwin was named to the All-Tournament first team. Senior Dan Jurneycic received second team honors. Newcomers to the squad and returning players alike shared enthusiasm about the immediate fu- ture of the team. Dedication and a strong work ethic were essential components of the team ' s hinging success. Entering his first season with the Wolverines, sophomore Jason Charo pronounced, " This team is all business on the field. We go out there with a job to do. " Coach Paul declared, " We are confident that this program will continue to improve every year. A lot of people are looking to us as the team that may eventually defeat the Western teams in the final four, and we ' d like to prove them right. " by Eric Rajala Senior Wesley Martus defends a Tennessee player in a match on April 8 at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse. The team celebrated its 10th year of existence this season. photo courtesy of Bob Kalmbach Men ' s Lacrosse Team
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