University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)

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UNIVERSITY OF MlSSIggrm UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI OXFORD, MS 38677 I le of Contents iggs Ok Miss £dfto L: Vojjk Difcn ' Easiness McinageiL: Todd IimOk Openin Administration Student Life Features Classes Sports 100 158 , DECKNE TO ACCEPT THE EJXD Of MAN I BELIEVE THAT MAN WILL NOT M E R E LYg ENDURE. HE WILL PREVAIL Honors Greeks Organizations Closln I Index % 1993 Ole Miss student Life Tonya Bynum Features Christina Cannon Katie Sellers Classes Shannon Jones Sports Honors Angle Lipe 1 Steve Dtffey Heather Lovett Greeks Margaret Barnhart Organizations Robin Jones mm . :. 4 «» " J ' - A 4 t ' ■ ' f- ' ■ a ' -!» ' ' ' Ife j pholo by Natalie Pharr ■■ B I 5W fl r ,m tm W 1 1 mmJ 1 IfM ' T9i 1 Bi m ■ 1 T ii 1 P 1 i H 1 1 t 1 ■tiT ' i ' ' il ' 9 J 1 In mUfTM ' 1 ui IV Mm _3 pAoro by Natalie Pharr ? 4 OPENING pholo by Natalie Pharr i t W Fk — i ni li •V;,... 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Mannix photo by Todd Inman 4cCmMc4 tfi tc M Governor Kirk Fordice 1 6 Chancellor Gerald Turner 17 Vice Chancellors 1 8 Administrators 20 , 15 Govenor " Kirk Tordice C Kirk Fordice has achieved what no Republican since Re- constraction has been able to do. . .be elected Governor of the state of Mississippi. Governor Fordice has been given the opportunity to lead the state in a new direction at a time when the ability to lead has never been more crucial to the future of higher education across the state. 16 ADMINISTRATION CHhTtCECCCyR ' GU ' RTL ' E ' R ; slice Re. nor of in ' " atatint " cialiotlit " (4 Chancellor R. Gerald Turner is nearing the one dec- ade mark of service to the University. Amid uncertain economic times and a state higher education con- troversy, Dr. Turner has managed to keep the school on track. The additions to the library and the con- struction of a natural products research facilities headline the recent improvements made at Ole Miss under Dr. Turner ' s leadership. VICE C ' Hh ' nC ' BCCO ' RS Gordon Seasleij Student Affairs Don Fruge University Affairs ay oops Academic Affairs Doyle L Russell Administrative Affairs J. Ceslie tDyatt Executive Affairs 18 ADMINISTRATION SOA ' R ' D or ' RUS ' E-ES Front row from left: J. Marlin Ivey, Kosciusko; Sidney L. Rushing, Gulfport; Frank Crosthwait, Jr., president, Indianola; Will A. Hickman, Oxford; and Cass Pennington, Indianola. Back row from left: Carl Nicholson, Jr., Hattiesburg; Ricki R. Garrett, Clinton; James W. Luvene, Holly Springs; W. Ray Cleere, commissioner, Jackson; Nan McGahey Baker, Winona; J.P. " Jake " Mills, Tupelo; Diane Martin Miller, Gulfport; and William S. Crawford, Meridian. CDS Professor of the Vcar Dr. Ron Borae, School of Pharmacy Medicinal Chem- istry professor, was present- ed with the C.A.S.E. award at the Ole Miss vs. Kentucky football game. The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education presents the MS Professor of the Year award to one of Mississippi ' s outstanding professors each year. Pre- senting the award to Dr. Borne are Chancellor Gerald Turner (left) and Dean Ken- neth B. Roberts of the School of Pharmacy (right). ADMINISTRATION 19 ... I Administrators Dt Warner Alford Dir. Intercollegiate Athletics 20 ADMINISTRATION Langston Rogers Assistant Athletic Director Sports Information Eugene Anderson Chair of Exercise Science and Leisure Management Marie Antoon Dir, Teleproductions Dr. Santo L. Arico Modem Languages Dr. Henry Bass Physics Astronomy Pam Belcher Career Services Danny Benjanll Auditing Marion Boenheim Dir. Affirmative Action Ulmer T. BuUock Food Services Raleigh Byars Small Bus. Develop. Dr. Bela J. Chain, Jr. Dir. of Personnel Jean W. Cheek Home Economics Kay Christian Student Activities Herbert E. Cihak Dir. Law Library Charles Clark Continuing Education ADNDNISTRATION 21 WiUie Clark Telephone Exchange Mary Ann Connell University Attorney Thomas A. Crowe Commun. Disorders Dr. Eric P. Dahl Student Health S. Gale Denley Mgr. Student Media Herbert Dewees Dir. Alumni Affairs Oren Dickens University Services Robert E. Dowdy Comptroller Joseph Elmore Dir. Student Union 22 ADMINISTRATION Ltc. Gary Engen Chair Military Science George Everett Dir. Honors Program Bill Ferris Dir. Southern Studies Paul Hale Dir. of Physical Plant Dr. Donald Hanson Electrical Engineering Monroe Harrison Dir. Student Housing Dr. Joanne Hawks Dir. Women ' s Studies Beckett Howorth Dir. Admissions Thomas Hood Financial Aid Dr. Alan B. Jones Pharmaceutics Chair • Jean Jones Student Development Mark Kidd Programming Board Leone D. King Chancellor ' s Assistant William Kingery Recreational Services " 1 ' 1 ! l . | 4 • $ Bonnie Kraus University Museums ADMINISTRATION 23 James Kushlan Chair Biology Roger K. Lyles Dir. of Purchasing Greg Mahler Chair Poli. Sci. Josephine Martin Dir. Food Service Dr. Ed Meek PubUc Relations James Nichols University Planning Ernest Oliver Ole Miss Bookstore Joseph PaoUllo Management Market. James Payne Afro-Amer. Studies Columbus Posey Registrar Thomas Reardon Ast. Dean of Students Sans Russell Univ. Development 24 ADMINISTRATION vice Bob Samuels University Printing Nolan Shepard International Programs Don Sneed Chair of Journalism Susan Smith J.D Williams Library 1 Michael H. Stewart Police Chief T. Pride Vinson Education Peter Sukanek Chemical Engineering Judy Trott Dean of Students Dr. Ronald F, Vernon Chair Music Dept. Charles Walker Dir. Land Management N. Keith Womer Economics Finance Thomas Wallace Student Affairs ADMINISTRATION 25 hCCOUTl ' UlTie Dean ' Gonya T lesher The School of Accountancy is unique in that it is one of few in the country that is not simply a department within the business school. At Ole Miss, the School of Accountancy is completely separate and was estab- lished fourteen years ago. The school awards a Bach- elor of Accountancy after four years and a Masters degree after five years. T he School of Accountancy if fully accredited at both the Bachelors and Masters level. Students completing a program in accounting are very well prepared for jobs in CPA firms, in- dustry, education, or government as well as for the professional certification examination. ;■ s: iktiii all photos by Beth Hinson i photo by Toddlnman photo by Sheila Fox ADNQNISTRATION 27 susmESS The business world is constantly changing and growing, as is the demand for those that are educated in understanding and dealing with the changes. The School of Business Administration is devoted to preparing its students to enter today ' s business world with the ability to take on responsibilities at the administrative level whether in the private business sector or in the public, non-profit, area. I ! ti Dean ©r. andy Soxx Cam Golden ' President of the School of " Business Administration u Dr.Ann Canty Asst. Dean of School of Business photo by Krista Adams SS photo by Beth Hinson ADMINISTRATION 29 E-DUCAmOTi Dean James ayne The School of Education is dedicated to preparing its students for leadership and service in school, home, and community. Graduates from the School of Ed- ucation are qualified for a variety of positions as teachers, supervisors, coordinators, administrators, and guidance counselors. Within the school there are also a variety of Home Economics curriculums of- fered. WHO HAS THE DEANS EA YOU DO PROBLEM ? IDEAP CX)MPLAINT ? comp liment; ■ILL OUT A CARD TODAY! all photos by Krista Adams K ' .- ' ' ' r H Ep c ■ m ' ' ■.-. ' • ' . ' ' ■-■ " ■B 1 p io o i ' Natalie Pharr photo by Natalie Pharr m photo by Krista Adams ADMINISTRATION 31 ETiemBB me " Dean AUie CD. Smith SCHO F ENGINEE RIALS LA In 1854, the University of Mississippi School of En- gineering had its beginning when Chancellor Fred- erick A.P. Barnard was appointed professor of math- ematics, natural philosophy, and civil engineering. The School of Engineering is the oldest of its kind in the state and in the South. During the past one hun- dred thirty-eight years, the school has produced many outstanding students, some of which have become leaders on the state and national levels. lavel all photos by Krista Adams ADMINISTRATION 33 G ' RA ' DllACE SCHOOC Dean CDichael Oingerson -- , fc - — 1 S W ■ -- iT r -Mk . j i k ' sM t S Founded in 1927, the Graduate School offers graduate degrees in over fifty areas. Some courses at the graduate level were offered as early as 1870, but a defmate program having a one year minimum residence requirement was not used until 1890. In 1927, the grad- uate school was formally organized to co- ordinate and administer graduate study in research. Some ■edas aving oco- uiyiB photo by William Swee ADMINISTRATION 35 CAW scnooc IDean IDavid E. Shipley Established in 1854, the University of Mis- sissippi Law School is the fourth oldest state- supported law school in the country. It is fully approved by the national accrediting agen- cies, is a member of the Association of Amer- ican Law Schools, and is listed as an ap- proved school by the American Bar Association. The building which houses the law school is one of the best designed and equipped law teaching facilities in the United States. A model law teaching facility, the building fea- tures six classrooms, three seminar rooms, and a library with seating for four hundred sixty-five. Also included in the law school is a Moot Court area with two fully equipped courtrooms, two witness rooms, and a jury room. Each year, the law school has enroll- ment of approximately five hundred stu- dents. ' f ADMINISTRATION 37 CISE ' RAC A ' RtJS Dean % " Dale Abadie J •v ' ., ' jT ,JL _ The college of Liberal Arts is the oldest and largest division of the University. Students may earn degrees in a variety of programs including Aerospace Stu dies, Afro-American Studies, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Classics, Communicative Disorders, English, History, Journalism, Mathematics, Military Science, Modem Languages, Music, Naval Science, Philosophy, Phys- ics and Astronomy, Political Science, Psychology, So- cial Work, Sociology and Anthropology, and Theatre Arts. These programs provide the foundation needed for graduate study or for more specialized training in law, medicine, theology, and other professional fields. all photos by Krisia Adams I photo by Doug Buchanan ADMINISTRATION 39 ' Hh ' RCOkCV Oean ICenncth S, Roberts 51 B j Hh HI . L. ' i ' ss » " ■ The University of Mississippi School of Phar- macy takes pride in admitting to its pro- fessional program, stu dents that have ex- celled both academically and socially. The Pharmacy School, located in Faser Hall, was founded in 1908. It offers students a five year program in which they may earn a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. In addition, it also offers curriculums in health care adminis- tration, medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacognosy, and pharmacology. Gradu- ates of the School of Pharmacy have an ac- ademic foundation and professional experi- ence which enables them to practice pharmacy in any of its various forms. Above: ASP president Chris McLaurin works the total board at the Pharmacy School ' s annual phonathon. Above left: Pharmacy student poses for his yearbook photo. Left: Pharmacy students calling alumni at the phonathon. . " The Rectal Rockets " KE HaUoween Party 1992 Students man the phones at the fall phone-a-thon ADMINISTRATION 41 I StucCe i Fund Raising 46 Homecoming 50 Ayers Case 54 James Meredith 58 City Of Oxford 66 Maid Of Cotton 74 ir -r- { :-$ ■c% i %. V -r WHr i : % » ' . I I m Student Life Is A Mixture Of CRAZY DAYS And LAZY WAYS 2. How ' bout those Rebels? 3. Future Ole Miss Quarterback 44 STUDENT LIFE STUDENT LIFE 45 UNITED WAY FUNDRAISER fr t» j too 80 eo 40 United Way 20 a 4 1: • ' ll. jft t " Ve,,« t. ft ft (»i « l , fr • ' " o o 4 4 „ 1 pkoW ByDouglaS ' BucfiarSxn « o " ft O 6 V 4 •» rt c , , . » . , « » ft A » V » ft 4 4 « « D ► » ► O " ff ft « » I b O A V 1 a . ■- •• « ., -7 , _ , a , ■■ " V Q ft » ' » a A « 4 « ' -■■, , ' « (. " . " ■•■■• ' p. ' . «• ■ ' • ' »» " ' o " . • =■ - » » - , t. , » « . » " " ' a • »■. •J, ' ' .: «,--, i - " . -!._ ' •••■ ' ' ' • " . " ■a ' o " " ' ' » ' . » t r « A 4 9 , « ' i .1 fr » O •! a l O . » ' OB ft O P 1 -; ' •. I ' ' ' 1 ' ■■ ' ' ■ ' " ° ' I • • . o ' _ » ?, .. ' . ft . . • - . « A ► » 4 C . 8 UNITED WAY FUNDRAISER « « ft.Vl»VVv ••►•.»•,».♦••». ••«, o. • " ■• ..« --I,. ' . ' . ' •■ , ' , ■• ' ' ! ' »% " " .,■• » ».,, ' » »► ' ,►., Development of the Natural Product Center is Underway The newest addi- tion to the row of science buildings that line Universi- ty Avenue is the National Center for the Develop- ment of Natural Products. The completed facility will be a division of the already ex- cellent Pharmacy school. Standing between Coulter and Faser Halls, the Center will en- hance Ole Miss ' formidable Ust of research facilities as well as increase the campus ' visual appeal. " ! ' ■ ' - » ...... i :l i, ;!. »- H " " . ' 1111 ' 11 ▲ 3. photo by J. Snook ▲ 4. photo by G. GrWm Dorm Life Every dorm at Ole Miss has a person- ality of its own that changes little over the years. Hanging out in the lobby, shooting pool, and watching Monday night football is still the routine for the residents of BIS and the party hearty freshmen of Stockard-Martin have dubbed their home " The Jungle. " Housing decided to increase security in women ' s residence halls this year by in- stalling ID card reading locks to prevent unwanted visitors. Hall meetings, dorm movie nights, and sneaking a case past the RA ' s makes up a part of the college experience that is uniquely Ole Miss. 1 . Don ' t you hate it when you fall asleep. . . um studying? 2. How many socks did the washer eat this time? 3. A Crosby resident checks out an item from the front desk. 4. These two are passing the time while waiting for their laundry. , 2. photo by Todd Inman U 3. photo by Todd Inman ▲ 4. photo by Shelia Fox STUDENT LIFE 49 ►-i -» •»f- ' l«r- ' ' 0 .IV ?y ' : jjKW Homecoming 1992 1992 Homecoming Queen Jennifer Long -i Escort i Stephen Johnston 1 . A photo by Chris Baker •►..„»• ' ,■- ■ i ' 5 ' " » ' ' ' ' : Homecoming this year took place on the weekend of November 7. The Rebel foot- ball team successfully defeated Memphis State by a score of 17 to 12. Homecoming week was filled with many activities planned by the Student Programming Board such as t-shirt sales, concerts, games, and a casino night. The 1992 Ole Miss Homecoming Queen was Jennifer Long of Jacksonville, Florida. The court included nine members who were chosen by the football team. Jennifer Long was ston of Jackson. The freshmen maids were Abby Woodard of Holly Bluff, escorted by Kyle Wicker of Liberty, and Mandy Allen of Dallas, escorted by Cooper Manning of New Orleans, Louisiana. The Sophomore maids included Natasha Poularikas of 2. A phoio by Mrs. Rogers Huntsville, Alabama, escorted by Trey Wicker of Liberty, and Meg Gregory of Fulton, escorted by Billy Quin of Kentwood, Louisiana. The junior maids were Danielle Franck of Metarie, Lou- isiana, escorted by Karl Ott of Osyka, Debbie McCain of Batesville, escorted by Markus Moore of Atlanta, Georgia and Christy Risher of Brandon, escorted by Paul Head of Vestavia Hills, Ala- bama. The senior maids were Kristi Brown of Greenville, escorted by Gary 1 1 Pace of Corinth, escorted by Brad Gray of Olive Branch. 3. A pholo by Chris Baker 1. 1992 Homecoming Queen, Jennifer Long, and her escort, Stephen Johnston, were presented On the field at half-time. 2. The Ole Miss Rebelettes entertain the crowd during the half-time show. 3. These fans show their Rebel spirit by waving the Rebel flag during the game. =rtai« J 3. A photo by Mrs. Rogers STUDENT LIFE 51 hlQHTUrE! A 4 photo by Shelia Fox 4. While paying and showing his i.d. at Ireland ' s, this guy gets a stamp on his hand. A 3 photo by Krista Adams 3. This duo enjoys tangoing at a Christmas party. 52 STUDENT LIFE Nightlife in Oxford is a large part of being an Ole Miss student. During football season, fra- ternities have " late nights " and parties after home games. Students also flock to the local bars such as The Pub, Ireland ' s, The Gin, For- rester ' s, and Lafayette ' s. Hotty Toddy ' s and the Hoka are also popular gathering places. The nighthfe in Oxford is quite varied with many places for students to choose from. Ayers Case proposes changes The Ayers case was heard in Oxford on Thursday, October 22, 1 992. The case was orig- inally filed in 1975 by the late Jake Ayers who claimed the state had not properly ended seg- regation by retaining five predominantly white and three pre- dominantly black uni- versities. The case also said the system ' s curric- ulum and salaries were not equal in number and funding. College Board officials said any closings or mergers are strictly options and final decisions have not been made. Students from all of Mississippi ' s public universities came out to protest at the federal building in Oxford. The judge heard arguments and gave the two sides 30 days to compromise and discuss the pro- posed closings and mergers. If the College Board proposal is ac- cepted and approved, the state would operate four major universities: • Jackson State Univer- sity i Mississippi State University 9 University of South- em Mississippi • The University of Mississippi i Delta State, Alcorn State, and MUW would be down graded •Mississippi Valley State would be shut down in state ' s colleges " 1 2. A pholo by John Snook 1 . Mississippi Valley State University students showed up and rallied in Oxford to fight for their college. 2. These students walked around in front of the federal build ing and shanted while rallying. 3. Rallying for his school, this student got his point across with this sign. 3. A photo by John Snook 54 STUDENT LIFE t les H II There were several groundbreilcing ceremonies at Ole Miss this year. Construction got underway for a new training center for the football team, the library addition was started, and the National Product Center began. The new tennis courts were also dedicated this year. Many students and alumni alike turned out for these ceremonies to see Chancellor Turner and others do the groundbreaking. The training center will be a great addition to our athletic program and the National Product Center will enhance the Pharmacy school. The library addition, to be com- pleted in about two years, will increase greatly the area and resources of the library. i ini 111 ■ II «»■ ' ' ar... smm ' A 4 1 r E ' " ' " K ' ' - - PL 1 . Chancellor Turner speaks to the crowd at the groundbreaking for the library addition. 2. This ritual gets the construction going. 3. The framework goes up for the National Product Center. 4. The new tennis courts were dedicated this year. 5. Chancellor Turner and others are pleased to break the ground for the new Training Center. STUDENT LIFE 55 M The 75th Anniversary of the Business School starts off with a bang with Firing Line, In celebration of 75 years of academic ex- cellence, the School of Business hosted a PBS Firing Line debate this fall. Henry Kissinger, William F. Buckley, Dick Armey and Jack Kemp took to the verbal battlefield in Tad Smith Coliseum and squared off against James Fallows, Lester Carl Thurow, Richard Gephardt, and Jerry Brown. This group of distinguished gen- tlemen debated the merits of International Competitiveness before the sell out crowd. The School of Business also gained a new $ 1 50,000 classroom computer lab, the first of its kind in the region, that will give Ole Miss Business students an edge when they go to compete in the real world. lV« A -iLMi i ' - t : 7 . r 56 STUDENT LIFE I - STUDENT LIFE 57 Faces of Olc Miss Theater The University of Mississippi Theater department put on several productions this year. The first play, The Homecom- ing , ran from September 24 through September 26. It starred Gene Rowee, Katie Witt, and Charles Frazure, and was directed by Scott McCoy. Harold Pinter ' s bleak depic- tion of disaffection and moral decay depicts a contemporary family adrift in a world with- out values. Something ' s Affot ran from November 5 to No- vember 7, and its players in- cluded Lisa Batten, Cindy Gold, Matthew Griffm, and Tom Gregg. This musical is loosely based on Agatha Christie ' s mystery mas- terpiece, Ten Little Indians. The department also performed Craig Luca ' s Prelude to a Kiss, starring Bill Sloan, Kelly Clinton, and Charles Frazure. This powerful fairy tale gives a portrait of sex, death, and compassion in a modern setting. Prehide to a Kiss ran from February 11 to February 13. Blithe Spirit, which ran April 22-24 and April 27- May 1, is hailed by critics as Noel Coward ' s best work. It starred Valerie Wilson, Jim Craven, Kelly Clinton, and Kate Rose. On December 3, 4, and 5, the University Theater depart- ment presented Mississippi: The Dance Company in Mississippi Movements , a show telling southern history. Showstoppers ran from March 25 through March 27. This presentation showed off some of Broadway ' s most memorable hits. fe 1 Julia Edenfield, Shannon Bennett, and Tammy Perkins are showing their acting talent in the play " Butter Beans. " 2. " The Homecoming " was done during homecoming weekend at Die Miss. Katie Witt and Troy Hams are having a conflict in this episode. 1 . (upper right) Lisa Okray, Charles Fraser, and Erin Gallagher in the play " Six Charcters in Search of an Author. " 2. (above)Todd Haven and Amy Eddins in " A Midsummer Nights Dream. " 3. (right) Julia Edenfield, Shannon Bennett, Tammy Perkins, and Stephanie Burton in " Butter Beans. " Elections ' 92 ▲ photo by Tucker Person There were many elections this year, both on and off campus. On November 3, 1 992, the country elected new leaders. Republicans George Bush and Dan Quayle were defeated by the Democrats, Bill Clinton and Al Gore. On campus elections in- cluded campus posts such as senatorial posts, Homecoming Queen, Miss Ole Miss, and Colonel Reb. Just as the girls above, many people came out to campaign for their favorite nominee. And then others really got into it such as this guy dressed as a chicken below. ▲ photo by Tucker Person A photo by Tucker Person NODEBfOE riSUCXENGEOfSE fi " . ■ .- llgMlg WOOIENmENhlOOTENWOOi ▲ photo by Grady Griffin ▲ pholo by Grady Griffin 60 STUDENT LIFE How Do You Know When There ' s A Football Game At Ole Miss? Football weekends at Ole Miss bring lots of things. You can always find a date, tailgating parties in the grove, picnics all over town, and lots of fun for everybody. The weekend always gets started with a bang at the pep rallies on Thursday. Then eariy Saturday people will start crowding the grove to get their spot for tailgating. They ' ll enjoy the weather, the people, and the food before going into the game. This season proved to be a good one with victories over such rivals as LSU and Mississippi State. With these wins we won a place in the Liberty Bowl against the Air Force, and spirits were high as we took home the win. A photo by Todd Inman ' ' Li ' 1 A photo by Shelia Fox ▲ photo by Caroline Haygood A photo by Krista Adams STUDENT LIFE 61 i ALLGOOD RADIATORS WIDESPREAD PANIC CONCERTS Every year students look forward to SPB sponsored con- certs. This year the University of Mississippi hosted Wide- spread Panic, Allgood, and the Radiators. Students turned out in a large crowd to hear the alternative sound of these three bands. School sponsored concerts have become a tradition at Ole Miss. They give students an excuse to put down their books and have a good time. 1. The keyboardist for Widespread Panic really gets into his per- formance. 2. Dancing and letting loose is one of the best things about the concerts. 3. The drummer is getting a good beat with the Radiators. 4. The lead singer and guitarist for AUgood enjoy singing and en- tertaining the crowd. SNAPS ' N PICS J-- ' +2 A Time To Remember ' 1 % October, 1992, marked the thirtieth anniversary of James Meredith ' s controversial enrollment at Ole Miss. Three decades ago James Howard Meredith entered the University of Mississippi and became Ole Miss ' first black student. Meredith opened the door for many oth- ers to attend Ole Miss. James Meredith began an uphill battle against segregation and bigotry in Mississippi after listening to John F. Kennedy ' s inaugral address on January 20, 1961, and he began a struggle that would forever change race relations in Mississippi. . - A. ' Vf . Smile. . . It ' s Candid Camera! his year ' s annual pictures were taken on September (Mii :4th-25th and October 5th-9th in the Union by Can- jid Campus. Students were given dates to be pho- ' Dgraphed and they came to the union ready to take 1, his year ' s yearbook picture. The students were also iven the chance to buy their yearbook picture. Can- id Campus sent the students who had their picture ade a proof of it and the students had an option of uying a package from the company. 1 . As the students entered the room they stood in line to get the information from the front deslc that was needed in order to have the picture taken. 2. They then went in to sit on the stool and smile for the camera. 3. Good posture and perfect foot placement were required to get a good picture. %J . A 3 photo by Douglas Buchanan ALL AROUND OXFORD Ole Miss is one of the luckiest colleges in America because it is nestled in the town of Oxford. Besides being famous for the University, this beautiful, southern town is world renowned for being the home of William Faulkner. Rowan Oak, the name of his home, is a typical tourist spot. Oxford is also being recognized as the home of new authors such as John Grisham, Larry Brown, Barry Hannah, and Willie Morris. There have also been three movies filmed here in Oxford; Intruder in the Dust, Heart of Dixie, and The Gun in Betty Lou ' s Handbag. One of the reasons Oxford is liked is because of its at- mosphere. The Oxonians enjoy all parts of the city from First Saturday celebrations, the annual Christmas parade and the Fourth of July celebration, to Square Books, The Gin, and the Hoka. The people here are friendly, and this, along with the students and faculty at Ole Miss make Oxford a great place to live. 1. The courthouse serves as the meeting place for court, the host of First Saturday celebrations, and it is in the exact center of the county. 2. Oxford ' s firemen are well-liked because of the good jobs they do and their willingness to respond quickly to every call. 3. The Hair Connection is a place that is used a lot by students to get the look they want. 4. Late night movies, decorated walls, and cheesecake are just a few of the things that cause the Hoka to be one of the most cultural places in Oxford. 4. A photo by Beth Hinson 66 STUDENT LIFE 1 . The home of William Faulkner, Rowan Oak, is known all over. Oxford sees many tourists passing through just to see this mansion. 2. Inside of Rowan Oak it is decorated the way the Faulkners left it. 3. This room with a fireplace served as the " living room " . 4. As you can see, the rooms were kept very plain and simple. 5. The sitting room holds an old piano, a cabinet, and several chairs. 1. A photo by Eric Cash ■Pi Xi -4 Bi j - _ 4. ▲ pholo by Eric Cash 5. A photo by Erie Cash STUDENT LIFE 67 Lambda vs. CCC Anyone who has read The Daily Mississippian this year is aware of the uproar between the newly founded CCC, Concerned College Conservatives, and Lambda, a sup- port group for gays, lesbians, and bisexuals. The mem- bers of CCC feel that Lambda is not supported by the entire student body and therefore should not receive funding and use of university facilities Uke other clubs. There have been articles in the paper all year from members of the two sides, and comments from other students. Most seem to feel that if the CCC are allowed to meet and express their opinions then Lambda should be also. I. CCC president, Leonard Curgison, gives his speech to the group during their meeting. 2. An officer of the CCC counts hands while they take a vote during a meeting. 3. Talking about and planning the strategy for the new group can be a difficult job with lots of headaches. 4. Chris Baker lifts his arm in favor of the side he has chosen in the vote. 2. A pholo by Todd Iriinan .V ▲ phoro by Todd Inman 68 STUDENT LIFE 1. These guys are enjoying studying and taking a quick nap in the late afternoon. 2. You never know when the camera will catch you! 3. Mem- bers of the Wesley Foundation en- joyed a ski trip to Breckenridge, Col- orado over the semester break. 4. These Ole Miss cheerleaders are get- ting the crowd pepped up at a foot- ball game. 5. While taking a quick trip to the library to make some cop- ies, this student did not expect to have her picture taken. • The University ' s first session began Nov. 5, 1848, with four faculty members and a general curriculum in liberal arts. Women were admitted for the first time in 1882. The first summer session was held in 1893. Hubert Shands, author o£ White and Black earned the first PH.D. to be granted by U.M. in 1893. • In the fall of 1893 football was introduced by Alexander Bondurant, teacher of Greek and Latin. The 1 896-1 897 yearbook was the first to be published. It was given it ' s title, the Ole Miss by Miss Elma Meek. • In February 1943, Delta Psi ' s built an open fire in their house because there was no heat. • March 1943, Casablanca played at the Ritz theater in Oxford at 3:30 and 7:30 with admission prices of 12 and 24 cents. In April of 1943, Maralyn Howell was installed as the first female ASB president. 1962, male freshmen get mandatory haircuts from the Cardinal Club. September 1, 1962, James Meredith was denied admission to the University by G iversitv by Gov. Ross Barnett. September 24 26, 1962, the Board of Trustees and the U.S. District Court Judge allowec Meredith ' s admission. • September 26, 1962, Lt. Gov. Paul B. Johnson refused to allow Meredith and Federal Marshalls to enter the University. September 30, 1962, Federal marshalls surround the Lyceum, there is rioting in the crowd. October 1, 1962, Meredith was allowed admission and attended his first class. January 8, 1963, James Meredith announced he would not register for the spring semester unless there were " definate and positive changes to make my situation more conductive to learning. " In 1963, ASB movies included: Breakfast at Tiffany ' s, Rebel Without a Cause, and On the Waterfront. I lay 1963, Gov. Ross Barnett and U.M. band director, Lyle Babcock, decided not to change the band ' s confederate uniforms. I In the Fall of 1967 the athletic association spent $2000 to keep Rebel flags supplied to fans. • January 1968, New Postal rates: First Class 6 |: and Air Mail lO t. In 1968 women ' s week-night curfew extended to Midnight.(It was previously 10:30p.m.) 1982, John Hawkins was elected Ole Miss ' s first black cheerleader and later announced that he would not wave the rebel flag as all other male cheerleaders before him had done. December 1982, Billy Brewer was named the new Ole Miss Head Football coach. In February 1983, the ASB senate voted to create an Ole Miss Programming Board which combined the ASB Activities committee with the Union Program Council. med ism m s ASB Spring Elections The 1993 spring general election held February 16, brought forth the student body once again to decide the officials for the University of Mississippi student government. There was only one runoff which was for the position of ASB Pres- ident. Once again the students met at the polls to decide the ASB President be- tween Katelyn Brown and Sandy Sanford. Elections Commissioner Matt Stroud estimated a turn out of 2,056 voters for the pripary election. Elections were held campus wide so every student had the opportunity to vote. After many contro- versies over campaign violations the elec- tions ended with a new Associated Stu- dent Body government the University of Mississippi student body can feel con- fident in. fl ▼ 3 ► 2 1. Students brave the cold to campaign for their candidates by the Law Center. 2. Brian, Brett, Jana, Scott, and Sandy ha;ve their campaigners out early holding signs to remind voters who the best candidate for the job is. 3. One voter marks his choices for the ASB elections in the Union voting table. 72 STUDENT LIFE for leld the ro- ec- Itii- fof :on- ASB Election Winners President Sandy Sandford Vice-President . . Brian Wilson Secretary Jana McBride Treasurer Joseph Tignor SPB Judicial Chairman Chris Locke SPB Director Alan Moore SPB Associate Director Nici Nichols UiioiivotinB STUDENT LIFE 73 1992 Maid of Cotton Courtney Stewart 11. J -4 Courtney Stewart is the 1992 Maid of Cotton. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Stewart of Brownsville, Tennessee. Courtney is a senior at Ole Miss, and she maintains a 3. 1 7 grade point average in pharmacy. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and is active in many campus organizations and honoraries. Courtney was cho- sen from twenty finalists representing nine cotton- producing states on December 28, 1991, in Dallas. Fi- nalists were judged on the basis of personality, poise, communication skills, and appearance. Her duties as Maid of Cotton include an appearance at the Cotton Bowl, serv- ing as a national and international ambassador for the United States cotton industry, and traveUng across the United States and the Far East as a spokesperson for the cotton industry. The Maid of Cotton also participates in consumer relations events, addresses civic clubs and in- dustry organization meetings, and deals with designer and retail promotions. 74 STUDENT LIFE f ▲ 1 photo by Todd Iiman CANDIDS CANDIDS CANDIDS 1. This student is rolling her cement blocks to the door while moving in. 2. These two are having fun splashing each other on a canoe trip. 3. This guy was a big Perot fan; he campaigned in the un- ion for the election. 4. These guys are having a great time being together and acting goofy. 5. Three friends look good for the cam- era at the slave auction at The Gin. 6. People always campaign for their favorites during the fall elections on campus. A 4 photo by John Snook A 5 photo by Douglas Buchanan A 6 photo by Tucker Person eaUi ic Miss University 80 Colonel Reb Miss Ole Miss 82 Favorites 86 Beauties 92 Jennifer Ayers 78 FEATURESJ Jennifer Ayers, the daughter of Mike and Debbie Ayers of Oxford, is currently serving as Oxford ' s Miss HospitaUty. Jennifer is a sophomore majoring in Special Education and Speech Pathology here at Ole Miss. She is a member of " The Pride of the South " marching band and Tau Beta Sigma, a national honorary band society. Jennifer is also very active in Baptist Student Union and BSU ' s " Gift of Song " . Jennifer competed in the statewide Miss Mississippi Hospitality pageant this past August. She is sponsored by Todd Inman and the ibrd Mall. 1992-93 MISS BLACK AND GOLD I I Debbie McCain Debbie McCain was crowned this year ' s Miss Black and Gold. She is the daughter of Charles and Ernestine McCain of Batesville, MS. Debbie is a Junior majoring in English and a member of Risque Business, a theatrical drug awareness group here on campus. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., sponsors the Miss Black and Gold pageant and the winner also serves as the fraternity ' s Sweetheart. Debbie is now eligible to compete i n a national pageant that is a preliminary for the Miss Mississippi pageant. The proceeds from the Miss Black and Gold pageant are donated to the March of Dimes. FEATURES 1992 Miss University I Lenena Holder 80 Lenena Holder, the daughter of Mackie and Janice Holder of BooneviUe, MS is this year ' s reigning Miss University. The pageant was held last March so that she could go on in July to represent Ole Miss in the Miss Mississippi pageant. During the Miss Mississippi competition, Lenena won her talent division and received a scholarship. She also placed in the pageant ' s top ten. Lenena is a Senior majoring in Music and is a member of the Ole Miss Concert Singers as well as being involved with the Ole Miss Opera. FEATURES II ' niis Presi( meml Ambi sissip 1992 Mississippi Miss Hospitality Leigh Lucas s years July to ditioi: ' stop Qgersas This year ' s Mississippi Miss Hospitality is Leigh Lucas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van Lucas of Newton. Leigh is a Senior majoring in Fine Arts with an emphasis m Education. She has been involved in many diverse activities here at Ole Miss. Leigh is currently serving as ODK President, Lambda Sigma Secretary and Social Chairman for Chi Omega soronty. She is also a member of Mortar Board, Order of Omega, RUF, University Standing Committees, UM Ambassadors, ASB and SPB Committees. Leigh is proud to be serving as this year ' s Mis- sissippi Goodwill Ambassador, gj FEATURES Colonel Reb and Miss Ole Miss I 82 FEATURES .,tMk %: Denise Maness This year ' s Miss Ole Miss is Denise Maness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Maness of Jackson, MS. Denise, a History major with a minor in Business, always has a smile on her face for everyone she meets. She has been involved in UM Ambassadors, intramural sports, Homecoming Committee, SPB Com- mittees, Lambda Sigma, ODK, Mortar Board, Phi Alpha Theta History Honorary, College Republicans, Wall Street South, Senior Class Committee, and RUF. Denise has also been a Sigma Chi little sister, a ' 90 Bat Girl, an ASB Vice-Presidential Assistant, Director of Stu- dent Development and Director of School Spirit for the ASB Cabinet, Social Chairman for Order of Omega, Student Representative mmm mmmm Because of her involvement and service to the University, Denise was an easy choice for 1992 Miss Ole Miss. Jason Garner ' »ui Colonel Reb for 1992 is Jason Garner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gamer of Jackson, MS. Jason, a Marketing major, has been an out- standing leader during his past four years here at Ole Miss. He has been a member of various organizations: Lambda Sigma, SPB Commit- tees, Phi Gamma Nu business fraternity, Om- icron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, MS Gov- ernmental Affairs Committee, Standing Committee on Academic Affairs, UM Ambas- sadors, and College Republicans. Jason has served as an officer of Sigma Chi fraternity, Vice-President of Order of Omega, Vice- President of Inter-Fraternity Council, Vice- President of Alpha Lambda Delta, and Vice- Chairman of the ASB Finance Committee. Ja- son has also been very active in Reformed University Fellowship and has spent two sum- mers working at Alpine Camp for boys. It is easy to see why Jason was chosen as this year ' s Colonel Reb. 1992 Homecoming Queen ■ I I Jennifer Long 84 Jennifer Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long of Jacksonville, FL, has been crowned Ole Miss ' s 1992 Homecoming Queen. She is a Senior majoring in Business and has been involved in many various activities here at The University of Mississippi. She has been a member of UM Ambassadors, Senate, and ASB Committees. Jennifer placed in this years Top Twenty-Five in the Parade of Beauties and is a Sigma Nu little sister. She is a member of Mortor Board, ODK, Order of Omega, Who ' s Who and Phi Kappa Phi. She also serves as Treasurer for her sorority Delta Delta Delta. 1992 Homecoming Court Kristi Brown Senior maid ■.■:-.■;■% k Debbie McCain Junior maid Natasha Poularikas Sophomore maid Jennifer Pace Senior maid Christy Risher Junior maid Mandy Allen Freshman maid Danielle Franck Junior maid Meg Gregory Sophomore maid Abby Woodard Freshman maid FEATURES 85 Ole Miss Favorites lonyisfr It Ole V h) has tir ' s L Spa. Hi tiatemity 86 FEATURES Brittany Copeland Brittany is a Senior from Atlanta, GA majoring in Print Journalism with an em- phasis in Public Realtions and a minor in Art. Brittany has served as a UM Am- bassador and on both ASB and SPB Committees. She is a member of Order of Omega and a Sigma Chi little sister. Brit- tany has also been very active in her sorority, Kappa Delta, serving as Social Chairman, Pledge Trainer, and Vice- President. Tony Gaines Tony is from luka, MS and a Senior here at Ole Miss majoring in Accounting. Tony has been a member of the Chan- cellor ' s Leadership Class and Lambda Sigma. He also served as President for his fraternity, Sigma Nu, last year as well as serving as Treasurer for ASB. Tony is a member of ODK, Mortor Board, Order of Omega and College Republicans. Michael Abraham Michael was a little hesitant about taking his picture with Joaquin, but these two soon became friends, well. . .sort of. Mi- chael is a senior from Vicksburg, MS and is majoring in Bio-medical science. He has served as Pledge Trainer and Phi- lanthropy Chairman for his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, as well as being in- volved in intramural sports. Michael has also become involved in Ole Miss ' s newly formed Habitat for Humanity group. Lori Sneed After zooming past the ranch in her van, Lori found herself surrounded by cows and decided she must have gone too far. But even after being accosted by cows, she still managed to have a smile on her face. A Junior from Gulfport, MS, Lori is majoring in Accounting. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and has recently been asked to become a member of the University Advisory Committee for Dis- ability Issues. ■» ' . Hi ■ ' " S w- M v .-l ' " »i " " ' I - IS , : »K .- ,5 . 5 ,4 rifC, Jennifer Pace Jennifer is a Senior from Corinth, MS majoring in Marketing, and she seems to be all over the feature secti on this year. Jennifer is a member of the Golden Key Honor Society, a Bat Girl for the baseball team, and several ASB and SPB com- mittees. She has served as a Senator as well as Assistant Rush Chairman for her sorority. Delta Gamma. Jennifer is also a Sigma Chi little sister and she was a 1992 Senior class Homecoming maid. • ii . - I ' ' J jj John Baxter Sitting here with a shot gun, John is not exactly in his natural element, but he remained a good sport about it anyvyay. He is from New Orleans, LA and is a Senior majoring in Political Science. John has served as Pledge Trainer, Vice- President, and President for his frater- nity. Kappa Sigma. As well as serving as Representative, Secretary, and Vice- President of Inter-Fraternity Council, John has also been a member of the Well- ness Center Task Force and the ASB Governmental Affairs Committee. .r :: ' m - L t -m X Erin Furr Erin, a Senior from Houston, TX, is ma- joring in Biology with a minor in Chem- istry. Erin has been a member of UM Ambassadors, Showstoppers and Missis- sippi: Dance Company. She has been a Pike Calendar giri, a Sigma Nu-Phi Delta Theta Charity Bowl Queen and is a Sig- ma Nu little sister, Erin has been on several ASB and SPB Committees as well as serving as Rush Chairman for her so- rority, Chi Omega. m i ' : I ' ill D Dale is ' vear ' sgrfl fn jonngiDl DOOliCS ' [ Misshavi ASB Sen: Cominitt CoDnnitti Task For MS Gove 1 Skipper Scott Skipper is a Senior from Memphis, TN majoring in Managerial finance. Skipper has been a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, and the Chancel- lor ' s Honor Roll. He served as Rush Chairman for his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, and is very involved in intramural sports. Skipper is also a member of Col- lege Republicans, Wall Street South, Financer ' s Club, and Habitat for Hu- manity. ' .v ' ! 90 FEATURES ML I: Dale Beavers Dale is the youngest member of this year ' s group of Favorites. He is a Soph- omore from Del Rio, TX double ma- joring in Public Administration and Eco- nomics. Dale ' s past two years here at Ole Miss have been busy. He has served on ASB Senate, Lambda Sigma Executive Committee, Government Operations Committee, Phi Eta Sigma, Executive Task Force, College Republicans, and MS Governmental Affairs. Tiffany Daughtry Tiffany is from Tyler, TX and is a Senior majoring in Marketing. And even though Tiffany is here at Ole Miss on an Ac- ademic scholorship, she has remained in- volved in campus activities. She has served as a member of Rush Committees for her sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma, been a Pike Calendar girl, and is a Sigma Chi little sister. And all of this while managing to stay on the Dean ' s Honor Roll and the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll. FEATURES 91 1993 Most Beautiful Marisa Huddleston Marisa, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Huddleston of Shreveport, LA, is the newly crowned Most Beautiful. She is a Junior majoring in pre-nursing and is involved in various activities on the Ole Miss campus. Marisa serves as Second Vice-President for her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha. She is also a member of ASB School Spirit Committee, ASB School Student Health Committee, College Republicans, and the Ole Miss Modeling Board. Marisa was sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon. Kstyh k fro: !K0I1(1 : jearshe; feC : 1992 Top Ten Beauties Cecilia Burell Cecilia is a Sophomore from Benton, MS. This is Cecilia ' s first year here at Ole Miss. She is majoring in Liberal Arts. Cecilia was proudly sponsored by Pi Beta Phi sorority, where she has been nominated as Schol- arship Chairman. Kristy Dollar Kristy is a Sophomore majoring in Liberal Arts from Meridan, MS. This is Kristy ' s second year in the Parade of Beauties, last year she also placed in the top ten. She is a member of Chi Omega sorority, ASB Spirit Committee, and will be seen in the 1993 Pike Calendar. Kristy was sponsored by Chi Omega. FEATURES 93 I ! Lillian Gilchrist Lillian is a Sophomore from Carthage, MS. She is a member of Delta Gamma sorority, where she serves as Assistant Panhellenic Delegate. Lillian is also a member of College Republicans and Women ' s Glee. She was sponsored by Delta Gamma. Tylet Honi a Sip paDi Quee was I Tvlei Ashlee Harvey Pageants are not a new thing to Ashlee, she is a former " Teen " Little Miss Mississippi. Ashlee is a Freshman here at Ole Miss ma- joring in Broadcast Journalism and is from Bay Springs, MS. She is a member of the Student Programming Board and Delta Del- ta Delta sorority. Ashlee was sponsored by Delta Delta Delta. Leslie Jetton Leslie is a Sophomore from Germantown, TN. She was a 1991-1992 Rebelette. And she was a finalist in the Miss Mid-South Fair pageant last year. In 1991, Lesli e placed in the top twenty-five in the Parade of Beauties. Leslie serves as an officer for her sorority, Pi Beta Phi, who sponsored her. Clirist a% heart, m: PikeC Delta Chain ta, Tyler Lott Tyler, a Senior from Pascagoula, is majoring in Home Economics. Tyler is a Diamond Darling, a Sigma Nu Sweetheart, and a member of Kap- pa Delta. She has been a Sigma Chi Derby Day Queen and was a 1 992 Pike Calendar girl. Tyler was also in the Top Ten Beauties last year. Tyler was sponsored by Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Nu. Angela McGlowan Angela is from Oxford, Ms and has been a con- testant in the Parade of Beauties for many years. In 1990, Angela served as Miss Black and Gold for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and she also served as their Sweetheart. She is currently Miss Magnolia of Mississippi and a freelance model. Angela is a po- litical science student with a minor in sociology. Angela was sponsored by The Masons. Christy Risher Christy is a Junior from Brandon, MS. She is a Sigma Chi Little Sister, a Sigma Chi Sweet- heart, and a Diamond Girl. Christy was a 1992 Junior Homecoming Maid and a 1992 Pike Calendar girl. She is a member of Kappa Delta sorority where she serves as Social Chairman. She was sponsored by Kappa Del- ta. f Melissa Sims A Sophomore majoring in Occupational Therapy, Melissa is from Clinton, MS. She has been very active here on the Ole Miss campus. Melissa is a member of Delta Gam- ma, a Rebelette, a Diamond Girl, a Sigma Nu Little Sister, and a 1993 Pike Calendar girl. She was sponsored by De lta Gamma. All photographs taken in Oxford ' s own DOWNTOWN GRILL } Melita Turner Melita is from Hattiesburg, MS. She takes part in many activites on the Ole Miss cam- pus. She is a member of Kappa Delta so- rority, the ASB School Spirit Committee, and serves as an ASB Senator. Melita is a Sigma Nu Little Sister. 96 FEATURES Special thanks to Duane, Sharon, and Julie Andrews of THE GAIT WAY RANCH and J.L. Kellum of Oxford. Ca e Freshmen 100 Sophomores 112 Juniors 121 Seniors 131 Graduates 144 Pharmacy 147 Ackerman, Jeannie, Eiig.,Columbus Adams, Ronnie, Lib.Arts,Pine Bluff, AK KS Adams, Stephen, Eng.,N. Carrolton Alam, Mohammad, Eng., Oxford Alcock, Stephanie, Bus., Pontotoc Aldinger, Sean, Lib. Arts, Olive Branch Aleem, Syed, Grad. Sch., University Ales, Shannon, Lib. Arts, Batesville, M Alexander, Shannon, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko.iK Andrews, William, Bus.,Germantown, Tn KT Anthony, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Thompson Stati.,TN Arias, Carmita, Lib. Arts, Equador Ayers, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Oxford Bailey, Karen, Bus.. Winona Baine, Christi, Lib. Arts,Holland,MI Baird,Christopher, Lib. Arts, Amesbury,MA K2 Baker, Jason, Eng., Hernando Baldwin,Heidi, Lib. Arts, Brandon Ballard,Eric, Lib. Arts, Jackson Bardwell,Patrick, Eng., Baton Rouge, LA, KL Barfield,Barbara, Eng.,Blytheville, AR Bargman,Ginger, Accy.,Dallas,TX KA Barnes,Alison, Grad. Sch.,Clarksdale Barnes, Jeffery, Bus.,Franklin,TN Barnes,Susan, Grad. Sch., Oxford Bartlett,Heather, Pharm.Sch.,Carmel, IN IIB Baskin,Chiquita, Lib. Arts, Meridian Bawcom,Brittany, Lib. Arts, Abilene, TX KKT Belk,Mary, Bus., Indianola AAA Bell,Chassidy, Lib. Arts, Carthage AAII Belue,Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Florence, AL KA0 Bennett,Ashli, Educ, Brandon M Berry,Ramon, Lib. Arts, Germantown, TN Bertman,Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Houston, TX IIB Bettenhausen,Lesley, Lib. Arts,Wilton Manors,FL Biddle, Warren, Lib. Arts, Tupelo, iK Bills,James, Grad. Sch., Brentwood, TN Bishop,Larry, Bus., Oxford Bizot,Katherine, Lib. Arts, Metairie, LA Bjorklund,Brandie, Lib. Arts, Corinth Black,Vicki, Lib. Arts, Ackerman AT Blackwelder,Jeffrey, Lib. Arts, Pontotoc Blackwell,Caroline, Lib. Arts, Gulfport Xfi Bland, Amy, Bus., Kosciusko, M Bogardus,Heather, Lib. Arts, SaltiUo Booth,Holly, Lib. Arts, Bryant, AR IIB Borst,Bonnie, Lib. Arts, Clinton Bougnol,Marie-Laure, Bus., University Bowlin,Jeffrey, Lib. Arts, Germantown, TN Box,Brandy, Lib. Arts, Ackerman AT Boyd,Heather, Lib. Arts, Jackson, TN AT Boyd,Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Frankilin, TN Boydstun,Jennifer, Bus., West Monroe, LA AT Brady,Eric, Lib. Arts, Lititz, PA K Brissenden,JiU, Lib. Arts, Flora, IL IIB Broadwater,Laura, Eng., Quincy,lL Brou$sard,Michelle, Lib.Arts,MandevilleLaKA0 Browii,Bonnie, Accy., Dundee Brown,Mariclare,Lib.Arts, Nashville, Tn BrownStephanie.Lib. Arts., Madison IIB$ Bubrig,Dennis,Lib.Arts, Pocahontas, Ar Buchinan,Kara, Bus., Cincinnati, Oh Bugglewicz, Douglas,Lib.Arts,Vicksburg, X " Burge, Christine,Lib.Arts, Bartlett, Tn KA Burke, Patricia,Lib.Arts, Houston, Tx Burnett, Melissa,Lib.Arts, Searcy, Ar Busbong, Jennifer,Lib.Ans, Woodbridge, Va Butler, Christy, Grad.Sch., Corinth Bynum, Tonya, Law., Oxford Byrd, Timothy, Grad.Sch. Tuscaloosa, Al Callender, Bradley, Lib. Arts, McComb I K Calvert, Kelly, Lib.Arts, Gulfport M Campbell, Richard, Eng,, Winona Cardwell, Mary, Lib.Arts, Clarksdale AAII Carlson,Emily, Lib.Arts, Ocean Springs ICA0 Carmean, Jay, Lib.Arts, Caruthersville, Mo Carney, Jessica, Lib.Arts, Meridian CarT,Cheri, Lib.Arts, Water Valley Carson,Shalese, Bus., Covington, Tn Carter,Candy, Educ, Walls Catanese,Ashley, Lib. Arts, Shreveport, La Cathey,Shirley, Educ, Sentobia Catlett,Lindsey, Lib.Arts,Blytheville,Ar HB Causey,Debra, Grad Sch., Drew Cencula, Allyson, Lib.Arts,Bartlett,Tn M Chang, Hsin-Hsin, Grad. Sch., University Cbaudhury, Jayanta, Grad.Sch., University Chen, Jing-Yang, Grad.Sch., University Cheng, Annie, Eng. Cleveland Chernenkoff, Kelly,Lib.Arts, Vienna, Va Chung, Chichen, Grad.Sch., University Clark, Carrie, Lib.Arts, Winona Clark, Crystal, Lib.Arts, Kosciusko,ZTA Clark, Jami, Lib.Arts, Ocean Springs, AT Clark, John, Lib.Arts, Gulfport, 2X Clark, Pamela, Lib.Arts, Oxford Cochran, Addrea, Eng., Holly Springs Cochran, Rebecca, Educ,Germantown,Tn, HB Coffey, Lyndie, Lib.Arts, Etta Cole, Michael, Bus., Pope, 2N Coleman, Larry, Grad.Sch., Senatobia Collier, Samantha, Educ, Daphne, Al, AT Collins, Stacy,L.A.,Chesterfield,Va AOIl Collins, Tomeka, Lib.Arts, Sallis Collister,KJraberiy,L.A.,Lake Park,Fl ZTA Colston, Katrina, Lib.Arts, Abbeville Connolly, Bridget,Lib.Arts,Milford,Ct, ZTA Connor, Jennifer,Lib.Arts,Hillsboro,Il,AAn Cooper, Amy, Lib.Arts, Grenada, AT Coulter, Lori, Lib.Arts, Kingwood,Tx, rLB ' l ' Cox, Bryan, Bus., Birmingham, Al, X Cox, Cori, Lib.Arts, Mandeville, La, ZTA I I i Cox, Larae, Lib. Arts, Horn Lake Crabtree, Donald, Phar. Sch., University Craddock, Tyler, Lib. Arts, Columbus, ATfl Cramp, Dawn, Educ. Sch., Fannington, Mo Cree, Joshua, Phar. Sch., Hendersonville, Tn Cnim, Jennifer, Bus. Sch., West Lafayette, In CuUom, Brenda, Lib. Arts., McComb Dahike, Virginia, Lib. Arts, Columbus, AAA Daily, Tammie, Lib. Arts, lone, Ca Dantone, Cindy, Lib. Arts, Greenville, AAA Davis, Alicia, Lib. Arts, Meridian, AAA Davis, Andrea, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Davis, Larice, Lib. Arts, Terry Davis, Mary, Bus. Sch., Memphis, Tn, AOn Davis, Michael, Grad. Sch., Jackson, 2 E Davis, Sherry, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Day, Kelly, Lib. Arts, Memphis, IIB Dean, Emiko, Lib. Arts, Oxford Dehmer, Dodds, Bus. Sch., Jackson, ZX Dekoster, John,Lib. Arts, Waterloo, la, X Deloach, Lisa.Lib. Arts,Pensacola, Fl, AAA Dempsey, Amy, Phar. Sch., Oxford, Ar Deneke, Heather, Phar. Sch., Gordonville, Mo Derrick, David, Lib. Arts., Oxford, $K Didly, Jamie,Accy. Sch.,Pine Bluff,Ar,nB Dilworth,Heather,Lib.Art,Huntsville,Al,IlB Dobbs, Kathleen, Lib. Arts, Amory, AT Dodge, Elizabeth, Educ. Sch., Tupelo, Xfl Dohan, Marguerite, Phar. Sch., University Drinkard, Ashley,Phar.Sch.,Marianna,Fl,ZTA Ducklo, Thomas, Lib. Arts., Memphis, Tn Dukes, Leslie, Lib. Arts., Gulfport, Xfi Dunigan, Theresa, Bus. Sch., Gulfport Dunn, Kimberlie, Phar. Sch., Wiggins, AOII Dyer, Erika, Lib. Arts, Long Beach Earl, Ronald, Grad. Sch., University Erick, Jason, Lib. Arts, Piano, Tx, ATft Estes, Wesley, Eng., Natchez, SiE Everett, Robert, Lib. Arts, Jackson, KT Fair, Laura, Bus., Louisville, AAA Fan, Chungui, Grad. Sch., University Farmer, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Bruce Fearns, Steven, Lib. Arts, University Feidt, Jon, Eng., Pascagoula, $KT Fella, Leslie,Lib.Arts,Madisonville,Ky,$M Felten,Lakely,Lib. Arts,Huntsville,Al,KKr Felts, Tracy, Accy Sch., Greenville, IIB$ Ferdinandusse, Marien, Lib. Arts, Netherlands File, Robert, Educ. Sch., Horn Lake Findley, Carol, Lib. Arts, Jackson, XCl Fletcher, Amy, Lib. Arts, San Diego, Ca. Forneris, Anthony, Bus., Collinsville,ll,X Foster, Cinnamon, Lib. Arts,Water Valley ,AAn Foster, Stacy, Lib. Arts, Gautier, KA Fowler, Terri, Lib. Arts, Mayfield, Ky Fraley, Michael, Lib. Arts, Grenada Howard, Katrina, Grad. Sch., University Hwang, Yun-Ying, Grad. Sch., University Franks, Lara,Lib.Arts,Alexander, Ar, AT Freeman, Caroline, Lib.Arts,Augusta,Ga,Xn Fricke, Ashley, Lib. Arts, Dallas,Tx,$M Fuller, Partick, Eng.,Germantown,Tn,ATfl Gabrielly,Elizabeth,L.A.,Arlington,Tx,AAn Galbreath, Loraine,L.A., Germantown,Tn,Xfi Galey, Jon,Lib. Arts, Hattiesburg, 2N Garrett, Mandy,Nursing, Corinth, M Gary, Valeasia, Grad. Sch., Holly Springs Gautier,Donald,Phar.Sch., Ocean Springs,2N Gerhardt,Rebecca, L.A., Mandeville, La AOn Gibbons,Dorothy,Ed.Sch.,New Orleans,La,Xfi Gill, Charles, Bus. Sch., Natchez, 2X Glaze, Bradley, Lib. Arts, Lake, X Gillen, Kevin, Lib. Arts, Vienna,Va, rA Goggans, Trena, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Goldston, Barbara,L.A.,Lake Placid,Fl.,AOn Gooden, Monique, Lib. Arts, Hickory Govan, Monica, Grad. Sch., Holly Springs Graham, Brent, Lib. Arts, Natchez, KT Grayson, Beverly, Lib. Arts, Potts Camp Greener, Jason, Bus. Sch., Madison, 2AE Gregory, E.J., Lib. Arts, Pelahatchie, X Gremillion,Leslie,Ed.Sch.,Brentwood,Tn, AT GrifRn, Dwayne, Phar. Sch., Columbus Griggley, Sharron, Lib. Arts, Shaw Gross, Tammie, Grad. Sch., Vicksburg Gnibbs, Holly, Phar. Sch., New Albany Gu, Yuanyuan, Grad. Sch., University Gunn, Elizabeth, Bus., Macon, Ga, Xfi Gunther,Troy, Accy.Sch.,Mandeville,La,$K Guy, Lacinda, Lib. Arts, Troy, Tn, KA0 Hadley, Thomas, Bus., Indianapolis, In,ATO Hale, Laura, Educ. Sch., Oxford, AAII Hales, Jeramy, Bus., Hatf ' esburg, Xil Hall, Whitney, Lib. Arts, Clayton,Mo,ZTA Hamilton, Suzanne, Lib. Arts, Minden,La, M Han, Maohao, Lib. Arts, University Hanchey,Jennifer, Lib.Arts, Shawnee,Ok,ZTA Hancock, Wesley, Lib. Arts, Oxford Hankins,Amber, Accy.Sch.,Pine Bluff,Ar,nB Hardaway, Erica, Lib. Arts, Holly Springs Harris, Jennifer,Accy. Sch., Magee, M Harris, Justin, Eng., Hernando, IIKA Harriaion, James, L.A., Dalton, Ga, A0 Hart, Alice, Educ. Sch.,Shreveport,La,KKr Harvey, Ashlee, Lib. Arts,Bay Springs.AAA Harvey, William, Lib. Arts, Biloxi HasseItine,HanIey,Lib. Arts,Jackson,2$E Hazlett, Jason, Eng., Slidell, La He, Ximeng, Grad. Sch., University Head, James, Eng., Port Wentworth, Ga Heard, Leigh, Lib. Arts, Ridgeland Heglas, Steven, Eng., Biloxi Henry, Shane, Lib.Arts,Indianapolis,In,KKr Herring, Dabney, Educ. Sch. Memphis,Tn,Xn Herron, Jason, Bus. Sch., Batesville Herron, Haley, Educ.Sch., Batesville,ZTA Hester, Neeli, Accy. Sch., Anguilla Hill, Jennifer,Educ.Sch.,Birmingham,Al,AAn Hinesley,EUzabeth,Ed.Sch.,Seminole,Fl,IIB Ho, Leong, Bus. Sch., University Ho, Wing, Eng. Sch., University Holden, Shannon, Lib. Arts,Dallas,Tx,KKr Holland, Heather,Bus.Sch.,Fort Myers,Fl, M Holland, Shelia, Lib. Arts, Holly Springs HQllingsworth,Melissa,Lib.Arts,McComb,AAA Holmes, Lloyd, Grad. Sch., University Holmes, Molly, Educ. Sch.,Houston,Tx, KA0 Homan, Tina, Lib. Arts, Tupeolo, AT Hughes, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Come Huson, Frank, Bus. Sch. .Little Rock,Ar,K2 Ingram, Dana, Lib. Arts, Winona, AT Ivey, Amy, Accy. Sch., Brandon, AOn Jacobson,Kristen,Lib.Arts,Gennantown,TnAAA Jaje, Kristen, Lib. Arts, Atlanta, Ga KA Jakimczuk, Jason, Lib. Arts, Biloxi James,Laura,L.A.,Hilton Head lsland,ScZTA Jaynes, Carrie, Lib. Arts, Niceville, Fl Jelks, EUzabeth, Lib. Arts, Tupelo, I M Jennings, Brad, Lib. Arts, University, 2N Jennings, George, Lib. Arts, Pearl Johnson, Chasity,Phar.Sch.,Carthage, AOn Johnson, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Osyka Johnston, Jeffrey, Lib. Arts, Pearl Jones, Charlene, Grad. Sch., Hazlehurst Jones, Chevette, Eng., Cleveland Jones, Christopher, Bus., Jackson Jones, Elizabeth, Educ, Atlanta, Ga KA Jones, Jeremy, Lib. Arts, Batesville Jones, Kenneth, Grad. Sch., Maben A A Jones, Stacy, Lib. Arts, Falcon Jones, Steven, Phar. Sch., Pontotoc Jones, Terri, Lib. Arts, Grenada Jordan, Jason, Eng., Como, X Jordan, Tamela, Lib. Arts, Harrisville Jordan, Tara, Lib. Arts, University Kellum, Marlaina, Accy., Columbus, AAII Kendall, Christopher, Eng., Houston Keras, Poppy, Educ, Memphis, Tn KA Kettelhack,Simone,L.A.,Pompano Beach,niIB Key, Sarah, Accy., Searcy, Ar, IIB Khan, Abu, Grad. Sch., Miami Shores, Fl Khan, Muhammed, Eng., University Kim, John, Phar.Sch., Greenwood, A Kirkendall, Patrick, Grad. Sch., University Kloud, Sarah, Lib. Arts, St.Louis, AAII Kponvi, Ami, Grad. Sch., University Lacy, April, Accy., Coldwater,AAn Ladd,David, Eng., Olive Branch Ladd, Rebecca, Lib. Arts,Nashville,Tn AAII Lafaver, Andrej,Lib.Arts, Horn Lake Lafont, Lance,L.A.,Cape Girardeau, Mo IIKA Laplante, Ryan,Educ., Carmel, In, 2$E Laster, Lee,Lib.Arts, Grenada Lavender, Laura, Pre-Phar., Marks, ZTA Lavers, Sarah, Lib.Arts, Brandon AOn Leasy, Barabbas, Accy., Belden Leblanc, Marci, Bus., Baton Rouge, La, KA0 Lee, Deste, Lib.Arts, Pearl Lee, Seung-Koo, Grad. Sch., University Lee, Soo, Pre-Phar., Germantown, Tn Legge, Bill, Grad.Sch., Como Leggett, Lessie, Lib.Arts, Greenwood, KA Lesueur, Reginald, Educ, Holly Springs Lesueur, Ronald, Lib.Arts, Holly Springs Levi, Mary, Educ, Lookout Mnt., Tn, KKT Lewis, Carleen, Grad.Sch., Augusta, Ga Lindgren, Diane, Lib.Arts, Dallas, Tx, KKT Lipe, Angela, Accy., Grenada Liu, Chan, Grad.Sch., University Loccisano, Andrea, Lib.Arts, Denton, Tx Lorentz, Ashley, Lib.Arts, Corinth, AT Lott, Leslie, Eng., Vicksburg Lotterhos, Teresa, Bus, Germantown, Tn, Xfi Louis, Renae, Lib.Arts, Abbeville Love, Leigh, Educ, Shreveport, La, KKT Lovell, M ilton, Bus., Crossett, Ar, X Lowe, Charlotte, Lib. Arts, Oxford, AAA Lucas, Christopher, Eng., Wesson, BOII Lynch, Lyn, Lib. Arts, Oxford, M Ma, Tina, Grad. Sch., University Major, Brian, Bus., Hampton, Va Malone, Nickie, Lib. Arts, Abbeville Mann, Deletha, Lib. Arts, Pearl Manns, Georgeanna, Grad. Sch., Greenwood Maroon, Diana, Bus., Memphis, Tn Mask, Reed, Lib. Arts, Jackson, 2N Mason, Dick, Bus., Jackson, 2N Matheny, Sabra, English, Hammond, La, M May, Margaret, Bus., Jackson, KA0 Mayfield, Janna, Accy., Etta McArthur, Mandi, Lib. Arts, Houston, Tx AT McCaryer, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Tupelo, KA0 McCay, Brent, Lib. Arts, Oxford McCay, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Germantown, Tn,$M McColIum, Beth,Grad.Sch, Gainesville,GaKA0 McConnell, Germain, Eng., Meridian McCorkle, Tisha, Lib. Arts, Columbus, AT McDaniel, Kirsten, Lib. Arts, Franklin, Tn McDaniel, Scott, Lib. Arts, Greenwood, ATO McEwen, Heather,Lib. Arts, Brentwood,Tn IIB McGeehee, Jerrill, Lib. Arts, Jackson Xfi Mcintosh, Jennifer, Educ, Paducah, KyAOII McKay, Kevin, Grad. Sch., Pelahatchie McKey, Candace, Accy., Edwards, HE McLemore, Holly,Lib.Arts,Huntingdon, AOU McNabb Corley, Lib. Arts, Centreville, AT McNeer, Edward, Phar. Sch., CarroUton McWhorter, Roger, Eng., Decatur, Al Medley, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Gulfport, Xfl Menon, Vijeev, Eng., University Meyer, Jason, Lib. Arts, St.Louis, Mo Meyer, Nicole, Lib. Arts, Kirkwood,Mo, KKT Miles, Jenny, Lib. Arts, Poplarville, M Miller, Gregory, Eng., Oxford, 4 K Miller, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Mitchell, Katrina, Lib. Arts, Ft. Campbell,Ky Mitchell, Sarah, Lib. Arts, Picayune Moates, Stephanie,Lib. Arts,Columbia,Tn, KKT MoellenhofT, Mark, Bus., Columbus Mok, Mun, Eng., Memphis, Tn Moncrief, Michelle, Lib. Arts, Fort Worth, Tx Monroe, Lanny, Lib. Arts, Corinth Moody, Rita, Bus., Coffeeville Moore, Elizabeth, Bus.,Libertyville,ll, AAH Moore, Jessica, Lib. Arts, Corinth Moreau, Jameson, Bus., Oxford Morg an, Amy, Lib. Arts, Okolona, AT Morgan, Kristen,Lib.Arts,Baton Rouge,La, KA Morgan, Stephanie, Accy., Okolona, AT Morris, Cynthia, Educ, Dallas, Tx, KA0 Morris, Gillian, Lib. Arts. Mobile, Al, M Morrow, Jolette, Lib. Aris, Gulfport, nB Mortell, Carol, Lib. Arts, Houlton, Wi Moss, Debra, Lib. Arts, University Moss, Donna, Lib. Arts, University Motley, Darenda, Lib. Arts, Bedford,Tx, IIB Mroz, Jo, Lib. Arts, New Albany Mullen, Amanda, Lib. Arts, Atlanta, Ga, KA0 Munn, Ann, Lib. Arts, Wilmer, Al, M Muriel, Patricia, Lib. Arts, Ecuador Murphy, Katherine,Bus., Oxford, $M Murray, Meredith, Lib. Arts, Gulfport, KA Muse, Carolyn, Lib. Arts, Dallas, Tx, AAA Myatt, Michelle, Lib. Arts, Germantown,Tn Myers, Kelly, Lib. Arts, Rolling Fork, IIB Neal, Jada, Lib. Arts, Mantee Neal, Monroe, Bus. Waynesboro Nelly, Sherridan, Educ. Houston, Tx Nelson, Mary, Lib. Arts, Courtland Noah, Ginger, Lib. Arts, Harrisburg Noah, HoUy, Lib. Arts, Lewisville, Tx, ZTA Noble, Dawn, Lib. Arts, Columbia Noble, Mary, Lib. Arts, Montgomery, Al, AAA Noteware, Susan, Lib. Arts, Dallas, Tx, KKT Ogden, Anne, Lib. Arts, Metairie, La, KA Ogden, Vanessa, Accy. Natchez Ogilvie, Alyson, Bus., Shreveport, La, KKT Oliver, Angela, Bus., Germantown, Tn, AT Osborne, Martha, Lib. Arts, Florence,Al, AAA Osten, Susan, Lib. Arts, Alpharetta, Ga I I Osumi, Tomoko, Bus., University Panda, Sanjay, Grad. 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Arts, Laurel, M Renberg, Christopher, Grad. Sch.,Navasota,Tx Replogle, Rebecca,Lib. Arts,Jonesboro,Ar M Reuter, Cynthia, Lib. Arts, Metairie, La Reynolds, Ashley, Phar. Sch.,Crossett,ArJ M Rial, Vicki, Lib. Arts, University Rice, Kimberely, Grad. Sch., Brownsville, Tn Rice, Melody, Lib. Arts, Southhaven Richards, Brian, Bus., Tupelo Richardson, Angela, Phar.Sch.,LouisvilleAr Riley, Lola, Lib. Arts, New Madrid, Mo Ritter, Elaine, Educ, Birmingham, Al nB$ Robbins Julie, Lib. Arts, Cleveland, Xfi Robinson, Angle, Lib. Arts, Searcy, Ar AAIl Robertson Kimberly, Educ, Oxford Robinson, Michael, Phar. Sch., Canton Rolling, Janice, Phar. Sch., I M Romine, Stacy, Accy., Olive Branch Rosenthal, William, Lib.Arts, Coral Gables.Fl Ross, Carol, Bus., Jackson, Ar Ross, Kenneth, Eng., Clinton Rowland, Jamie, Educ, Corinth Roy, Nicole, Bus., Pompano Beach, Fl Rozier, Carrie, Lib. Arts, Germantown, Tn Rucker, Lareeca, Lib. Arts, Etta Russ, William, Accy. Jackson, 2X Russell, Jami, Lib. Arts, Hillsboro, II Rutland, Emy. Lib. Arts, Olive Branch IIB Samford, Lauren.Lib. Arts, Longview,Tx AAII Schonberg,Kristen,Lib.Arts,Covington,LaKA0 Schueth, Gail, Lib. Arts, Crossett, Ar HB Sears, Robin, Lib. Arts, Florence Searty, Sondis, Bus., Oxford Seller, Vincient, Accy., Corinth Sellers, Katie, Lib. Arts, Grenada Senter, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Russellville, Al Sewell, Lisa, Bus., Clarksdale Sexton, Meredith, Accy., Memphis, Tn, AAA Shackelford, JenniferLib. Arts,PopIarBluff,MO Shannon, Suzanne, Lib. Arts, Dresden,Tn AOII Shelton, Stacy, Phar. Sch., Centreville Shekharan Raja, Grad., University Shields, Dawne, Law Ctr., Madison, KA0 Shoemaker, Megan, Educ, Bay Springs, M Sicuro, Claude, Lib. Arts, Biloxi, 2E Sides, Rebecca, Lib. Arts, Dundee Xfi Simpson, Thomas, Educ, Femwood Skinner, Patrick, Educ, Pine BlufT, AR X Smith, Christy, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tn KA Smith, Keysla, Bus., Paducah, Ky AOn Smith, Laurie, Educ, Georgetown, Ky AOII Smith, Morton, Lib. Arts, Corinth Smith, Rebecca, Lib. Arts, St. Louis,MoZTA Smith, Stacey, Phar.Sch.,RogerviUe,Tn ZTA Smith, Tracy, Bus., Ft. Lauderdale, Fl Smith, Tyra, Lib. Arts, Mandeville,La Snyder, Bryan, Bus., Millsteadt, 11 B0n Soboka, Elizabeth, Lib. Arts, Oxford AAII Soljan, Deedee, Lib. Arts, Biloxi Sorrell, Leslie, Bus., Hopkinsville, KyAOn Sorrells, Maureen, Bus., Greenwell Springs.La Spence, Joseph, Eng., Water Valley Sp encer, Dan, Lib. Arts, Woodland Spriggs, Catherine,Lib.Arts,Richmond,VAZTA Springer, Michael, Grad., Oxford Sriwongjanya, Sompop, Grad., Murray, Ky Sriwongjanya, Yuttpong, Grad., Murray, Ky St. John, Kelly, Educ, Oxford Stamps, Elliot, Lib. Arts, Brookhaven A Stanfield, David, Lib. Arts, Oxford Stanley, Rachel, Bus., Waynesboro, KA Stewart, Brad, Lib. Arts, Olive Branch Strickland,Vallery,Lib.Arts, Hernando, AAII Stomsky, Christopher, Eng., West Field, Ma Sullivan,Kathryn,Lib.Arts,Galveston,Tx KKT Swindoll, Courtney, Lib. Arts, Hernando M Taylor, Jennifer, Educ, Houston, Tx KA Taylor, Keith, Eng., Brandon Thadkamalla, Ganesh, Grad., University Thomas, Evelyn, Lib. Arts, Jackson AAA Thomas, Shiriey, Lib. Arts, Greenville AT Thompson, Jennifer, Bus., Cordova, Tn M Thompson, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Louisville Thompson, Pamela, Lib. Arts, Taylor Thompson, Rebecca, Lib. Arts, Marion, Nc Thompson, Trevor, Grad., University, A A Thorns, Marcy, Lib. Arts, Richton, AAA Townes, Percy, Bus., Charleston Trost, Dallas, Bus., Oxf ord Turgeon, Stephanie, Bus., Baton Rouge, La Turnage, Laura, Lib.Arts, Springfield,Mo, 4 M Turner, Mary, Lib. Arts, Clarksdale, KA Tuttle,Elizabeth, L.A., Baton Rouge,La, ZTA Tyre, Tammy, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Umphers, Jack, Eng., Blue Mountain Van, Phong, Lib. Arts, North Biloxi Vance, Benjamin, Lib. Arts, Hattiesburg, 2X Vance, Bradley, Lib. Arts, Hattiesburg 2X Vance, Jennie, Lib. Arts, Philadelphia Vanslyke, John, Lib. Arts, Hattiesburg, XX Vaughan, David, Accy., Saltillo, 2 E Vaughn, Lisa, Bus., Memphis, Tn Vega, Jason, Eng., Heidelberg Vepa, Tagore, Grad., University Vester, Amy, Educ, Hurst, Tx, AT Virden, George, Lib. Arts, Greenville Voelker, Andrew, Eng., Vienna, Va Wagner, Clay, Bus., Paducah, Ky, K Walburn, Sally, Lib.Arts,Tuscaloosa,Al, AAA Walker Micah, Lib. Arts, Poplarville, HE Wallace Robin, Lib.Arts,Hopkinsville,Ky, Aon Walsh, MacDonald, Lib. Arts, Florham Park, Nj Walters, Deidra, Lib. Arts, Laurel, AT Wan, De-Zhen, Grad., University Watt, Lester, Lib. Arts, Grenada Webb, Connie, Lib. Arts, Southaven Weeden, Larry, Accy., Katy, Tx Westerfield, Joanie, Lib.Arts,Douglasville,Ga Westerfield,Kimberly, Accy., Brandon KA White, Christie, Lib. Arts, University White, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Denton, Tx White, Nancy, Lib. Arts, Pascagoula, IIB White, Robert, Bus., University, 2S White, Tonya, Lib. Arts, Mantee Williams, Daniel, Eng., Bay St. Louis Williams, Peter, Grad., Oxford Willingham, Preston, Bus., Water Valley B2 Wilson, Marc, Grad., Franklin, Tn Wilson, Samella, Grad., Friars Point Wilson, Shannon, Educ, Lake Cormorant Winetroub, Stacy, Lib.Arts, Austin, Tx KA0 Wong, Soong, Grad., University Wong, Tom, Bus., Corinth X Woo, Mack, Phar. Sch., Belzoni Wood, Tina, Lib. Arts, Guntown AAH Wright, Ann, Lib. Arts, Dallas, Tx HB Wright, Douglas, Eng., Byhalia Wu, Jin-Tang, Grad., University Wu, Tsui-Hua, Grad., University Yates, Dennis, Eng., Scott AFB, 11 Yiet Liyoung, Grad., Oxford Zag st, Brandon, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko Zheng, Ke-Qiang, Grad., University Zheng, Weiping, Grad., University Zunoubi, Mohammad, Eng., University Abraham, Mary, Lib.Arts, Vicksburg,Ar Adams, Shunta, Phar.Sch., Batesville Ahmed, Asif, Eng., Long Island, Ny Ahmed, Tanvir, Eng., University Ainsworth, Debra, Phar.Sch., Hernando, AT Alam, MD, Bus. 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Biloxi, KT Arbuckle, Nancy, Lib.Arts, Oxford Armstrong, James, Lib.Arts, Calhoun City Asaduzzaman, Mohammad, Eng., University Askew, Peter, Lib.Arts, Atlanta, Ga, 2 E Babb, Patricia, Lib.Arts, Springfield, Va Baeshen, Hoda, Lib.Arts, Oxford Bailey, Thomas, Lib.Arts, Meridian Bailey, Lori, Phar.Sch., Port Gibson, ZTA Baker, Elizabeth, Lib.Arts, Oxford Baker, Jason, Phar.Sch., Batesville Baker, Justin, Lib.Arts, Batesville Baker, Tobie, Bus., Grenada, rA Bakutis, Lori, Lib.Arts, Jackson Banks, Kristin, Eng., Ocean Springs, AAH Bateman, John, Lib.Arts, Starkville, rA Beavers, Antonia, Eng., Oxford Beavers, Thomas, Lib.Arts, Del Rio, Tx Beck, Julie, Lib.Arts, Springfield,Tn, AOn Benton, Laura, Lib.Arts, St.Louis, Mo, XJ2 Benton, Stephanie, Phar.Sch.,Mathiston,ZTA Berey, Bethany,Lib.Arts,Mandeville,La,AOn Bergeson, Holly, Lib.Arts, St.Louis,Mo, XQ Bishop, Bliss, Lib.Arts, Fulton Blalack, Courtney, Lib.Arts, Brookhaven,Xn Bland,Kimberly,Accy Sch. ,Germantown,TN ,KA0 Bonds, Charles, Accy Sch., Newport,AR Bonham, Alisa, Lib. Arts,Port Arthur,TX,KA0 Bougard, Kashun, Lib.Arts, University Bourgeois, Christin, Bus. Sch., Brandon,KA Bowman, Allyson, Lib.Arts, Madison, KA Brandon, Catina, Phar. Sch., Aberdeen Breedlove, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Metairie, LA Briley, Michael, Bus. Sch., University Brown, Jeffery, Lib. Arts, Grenada Brown, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Pearl Browning, Kimberly, Lib. Arts, New Albany Bryan, Stephen, Lib. Arts, Carriere Bryant, Virginia, Lib.Arts, Dallas, Tx,ZTA Buckley, Laura, Lib. Arts, Hattiesburg,AAA Burell, Cecilia, Lib. Arts, Benton, HB Burnham, Anna, Eng., Frankfort, Ky, M Burt, Toni, Lib. Arts, Abbeville, Ms Busby, Amanda, Bus., Oxford, Bushong, David, Bus., St.Louis, Mo, rA Byars, Keri, Bus. Sch.,New Orleans,LA,nB Cado, Monica, Bus. Sch.,Metairie,LA, M Cannimore, Cydney, Educ. Sch., Ruleville Cannon, Laura, Educ. Sch., Jasper,AL,Xfl Carlisle, Bethany, Lib. Arts, Grenada,Ar Carothers,Charlotte,Lib.Arts,DaUas,TX,AAA Carothers, Cotena,Eng.Sch.,Taylor,AKA Carroll, Nina, Lib. Arts,Plantersville Carson, Jeffery, Lib. Arts,Batesville,SS Carter, David, Lib. Arts, Kennett.MO Carter, Elizabeth, Lib. Arts, Prentiss,KA Carter, Leigh, Educ. Sch., Winona Chinery, Angela, Phar. Sch., Nesbit Choi, Yin, Eng. Sch., University Chong, Kim, Bus. Sch., University Chow, Lisa, Accy Sch., Clarksdale, Xil Chua, Goeh-Kok, Eng. Sch., University Clavier, Jodi,Lib. Arts, Marrero, LA,ZTA Clay, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Houston, X Clay, Mauriel, Lib. Arts, Brooksville Clearman, Amanda, Accy. Sch., Petal, AOn Clower, Candice,Lib.Arts,Ocean Springs,AOn Cody, Melanie, Lib. Arts, Oxford, IIB Cohron, Colleen, Bus Sch., Jackson, KA0 Collins, Emily, Lib. Arts, Biloxi, AAA Cook, Jason, Lib. Arts, Aransas Pass, TX Cooper, Marcus, Lib. Arts, Abbeville Cotten, Elizabeth, Lib. Arts, Carthage.Xfi Courtney, Claudia, Lib. Arts, Shreveport, LA Crawford, Geneva, Lib. Arts, Woodland,AKA Crider, Brian, Eng. Sch., West Memphis,AR Crosby, Kay, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AT Cunningham, Sharon, Educ. Sch., Pearl Darby, Leigh, Accy. Sch., Sardis, KA0 Davidson, George, Lib. Arts, University Davis, Carol, Lib. Arts, Calhoun City Davis, Darrell, Lib. Arts, Olive Branch,2E Davis, Kimberly,Lib.Arts,ArUngton,TX,IIB€ Davis, Lisa, Accy Sch., Oxford Dendy, Amy, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko Donham, Nancy, Accy Sch., Huntville, AL Downing, Carrie, Lib. Arts,Jonesboro,AR,$M Ducy, Kimberly, Bus., CarroUton, Tx Dudley,JenniferL.A.,St.Petersburg,Fl,nB Dunagan, Joseph, Accy., University Duncan, Shane, Lib. Arts, University Duren, Tawan, Phar. Sch, Jackson East, William, Lib. Arts, Amory Eaves, Mary, Lib. Arts, Gulfport Echelberry, Robert, Lib. Arts, D ' Iberville Eckols, Tametrice, Lib. Arts, Lambert Edmonston, Becca, Phar. Sch., Honersville, MO Edwards, Gwendolyn, Educ. Sch., University Ellis, Amanda, Bus. Sch. Greenwood, AT Enchelmayer, Eric,Lib.Art,Jonesboro,AR, K Enders, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Brentwood,TN, KA0 i ' . , v -, . ■ . •ft ' -- ' V- .-■ i ■ts -. i Vf-V . iv ' -- ' :.-? . ■: ' •; . ' • •■? .-. 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Arts, Gulfport, IIB Gardner, Shawn, Accy., Thaxton Garrison, Angela, Lib. Arts, New Albany Garvin, Kim, Accy., Germantown, Tn, I M Gibson, Jonathan, Bus., Eupora Gilmer, Toni, Lib. Arts, Union Glamser, Kate, Lib. Arts, Hattiesburg, AT Gober, Jane, Educ, Burke, Va Gold, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Broken Arrow, Ok Goldych, Brian, Lib. Arts, St.Petersburg, Fl Gordon, Ginger, Lib. Arts, Forest, M Gordon, Julie, Accy., Metairie, La, AAA Gray, Charlyne, Lib. Arts, Ridgeland GrifTis, Jennifer, Accy., Grenada, KA0 Guffin, Kimberly,Lib.Arts,Palm City,n,ZTA Guidry, Gretchen, Lib. Arts, Slidell, La Guttensohn, Mark, Eng., Huntsville, Al Gwin, Adam, Bus., Natchez, ZH Ha, Loan, Phar.Sch., University Hailey, Mathilda, Educ, Canton, AAA Haney, Jennifer,L.A., Crystal City,Mo,AAn Haney, Laura, Lib. Arts, Birmingham,Al,KA0 Hannah, Doris, Lib. Arts, Amory Hao, Jie, Eng., University Hardee, Carla, Bus., Tomball, Tx, AT Hardin, Emil, Accy. Sch., Spindale, NC Hargrove, Kimberly, Lib. Arts, Pascagoula Harmon, Alison, Phar. Sch., New Albany ,KA0 Harrison, Rebecca, Lib. Arts, Bumsville Harsh, Caroline,Bus. Sch., Houston,TX, IIB Harty, Mary, Lib. Arts, Cleburne, TX, ZTA Hawkins, Mary Heather,Bus. Sch,Columbus, M Hawley, Lane, Lib. Arts, Paris, TN, KA0 Hawkins, Stacia, Accy Sch,, Memphis,TN Hayden, Rosalind, Lib. Arts,Hattiesburg,KA Hayes, Crandall, Phar. Sch.,Louisville,A A Haynes, Demondes, Lib. Arts,Louisville,A A Haynes, Sean,Bus.Sch,Hendersonville,TN,$rA Henry, Ann, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AAA Herring, Amy, Lib. Arts, Brandon, AT Herring, Stephanie,Lib Arts,Germantown,AAn Herrington, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Pearl Hicks, Matthew, Lib. Arts, Richmond,VA,B0n Hicks, William, Accy Sch., Memphis,TN, J KT High, Kimberly,Educ Sch,Hendersonville,KA0 Hill, Tina, Lib. Arts, Oxford Hill, Tri, Bus. Sch., Greenville, A0 Hodges, Jerry, Lib. Arts, Greenwood HofTman, Candace, Lib. Arts, Stuart,FL,AOn Holcomb, Nicole, Lib. Arts, Oxford Holden, Allison, Bus. Sch., Dothan, AL Holley, Emily, Lib Arts, Columbus, KA Holmes, Mitzi, Accy Sch., Oxford Holmes, Teresa, Phar. Sch., Decatur Holt, Lori, Lib. Arts, Metropolis, IL Hood, Edward, Lib. Arts, Oxford Hoover, Christi,Lib. Arts.Olive Branch,Ar Hornesburger, Daralyn, Accy Sch., Louisville Howell, Christy, Bus. Sch., Kingwood, TX Hughes, April,Lib. Arts,Chattanooga,TN, M 1 ' . v: •■Dt i% ' r. h Humphry, Angela, Accy., Lawrence, X Hutchinson, Chad, Accy., Clinton, 2H Ingersoll, Brian, Eng., Benton, Ar Jacobs, Christopher, Bus., Jackson, UKA Jackson, Kimberly, Educ, Covington, Tn James, Kimberly, Lib. Arts, Oklahoma City, Ok James, Laura, Educ, Covington, La James, Mary, Law Ctr., Brentwood, Tn Jeter, Jill, Educ, Baton Rouge, La, KA Jetton, Leslie, Lib.Arts,Germantown,Tn,IIBiI Johnson, Anna, Phar. Sch., Tylertown Johnsom, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Tunica, X Johnson, Robert, Lib. Arts, Oxford Johnson, Seth, Lib. Arts, Tishomingo Jones, Billy, Lib. Arts, Summit Jones, Clay, Lib. Arts, Jackson Jones, Heather, Lib. Arts, Southaven Jones, Henry, Eng., Richton, 2X Jones, Robin, Lib. Arts, Caledonia Jones, Timothy, Eng., Tyndall, Fl Jordan, Adrian, Lib. Arts, Greenville, KKT Keith, Amanda, Eng., Oxford Kelley, Shannon, Lib. Arts, Biloxi Kellum, Kerrolyn, Lib. Arts, Oxford, KA Kemm, Michelle, Bus., Albuquerque, NM Kemp, Daniel, Lib.Arts,Silver Spring,Mo,ATX Kennedy, Tanya, Phar. Sch., Memphis, Tn Kennington, Elizabeth, Bus., Grenada, X Khoo, Chin, Bus. Sch., Oxford Kilpatriclc, Tommie,Lib. Arts, Isola, ZTA Kinney, Rebecca, Lib. Arts, Pass Christian Kirkland, Jeremy, Lib. Arts, Lumberton,X Knox, Sonya, Phar. Sch., New Albany Koh, Chee, Eng. Sch., Toledo, OH Kotouc, Amy, Educ. Sch., Montgomery,AL,AAA Kramer, Angela, Lib. Arts, luka, AOH Krieser, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Garland,NE, AATI Kubista, Christian,Lib. Arts,Duluth,MN,4 rA Ladner, Hope, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AT Lambert, Angie, Lib. Arts, Southaven, KKT Landry, Julie, Educ. Sch., Harahn, LA Lane, Chris, Lib. Arts, Ackerman Leavell, Laura, Lib. Arts, Dallas,TX, IIB Ledbetter, Cathryn,Bus Sch.,Memphis,Tn,Xn Lefolt, Lisa, Bus. Sch., Jackson, AAA Lehman, Wendy, Lib. Arts, Madison, KA Lee, Clancy, Phar. Sch., Meridian Lee, How-Ong, Bus. Sch., University Lee, Stephen, Lib. Arts, Jackson, 2X Lee, Terry, Lib. Arts, Vicksburg Leopold, Kelli, Belleville,IL, AOn Lester, Erin, Lib. Arts, San Diego,CA, ZTA Ley, David, Lib. Arts, Shady Side,MD, rA Lim, Chee-Kek, Bus. Sch., University Loden, Kelby, Eng. Sch., Amory Logan, Lisa, Accy. Sch., Natchez, AOn f •. Long, Nicole, Eng., Richmond, Ky, AMI Loupe, Thomas, Accy., Groves, Tx Lyle, Penni, Lib. Arts, Colleyville, Tx, M Malone, Scott, Eng., Huntsville, Al Martin, Bradley, Eng., Ferriday, La Martin, Jennifer,Educ.,Los Angeles,Ca,KA0 Massengale, Amy, Pre-Law, Trussville, Al Massey,Stacy,Educ., Dumas, AAII McCalop, Mathew, Lib. Arts, Cleveland McCormack, Patrice,L.A., Manassas,Va,AAII McDonough, William, Bus., Vidalia, La, 2S McGregor, Paula, Educ, Oxford McKay, Tara, Educ, Germantown, Tn McLeod, Kevin, Eng., Ackennan, K McMillon, Anthony, Bus., Kosciusko McNair, Kenneth, Eng., Bruce Meadows, Laura, Lib. Arts, Madison Melear, K. B., Accy., Franklinton, La, X Melton, Casey, Bus., Grenada Mendoza, Mandy, Accy., University, M Meredith, Ashley, Educ, Memphis, Tn, KKT Meredith, Brian, Lib. Arts, Memphis,Tn, X Meyer, Jamison, Bus., Oxford MiddlecoffElizabeth,PharSch,GermantownTnKA Miller, Allison, Accy., Meridian Mollick, Taufiqur, Bus., Oxford Moore, Emily, Accy., Calhoun City, AT Moore, James, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko Moore, Latrice, Phar. Sch., Meridian Moreton, Derek, Lib. Arts, Tupelo, 2$E Morris, Heather, Lib.Arts,Jonesboro,Ar, M Morris, M. Jay, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Morrow, Jamie, Educ, Oxford MuUer, Christopher, Lib. Arts,Gautier, A Munir, Asif, Bus., Oxford Murphree, Melanie, Phar. Sch., Myrtle Nabors, Jason, Lib. Arts, Oxford Nabors, Susan, Bus., Batesville, M Nations, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Marion, 11 Nelson, Lori, Phar. Sch., Brandon, XQ Neville Evelyn, Lib. Arts, Jackson, XQ Nix, Kyoko, Bus., University O ' Donnell, Dana, Bus., Mandeville, La, AT Osborne, Scott, Lib. Arts, Medina, Oh Pack, Kenyatte, Accy., Okolona Palmer, Barbara, Lib. Arts, Winona Palmer, Laura, Lib. Arts, Baldwyn Palmer, Tamara, Phar. Sch., Indianola Palmertree, William, Eng., Burkbumett, Tx Pannell, Russell, Lib. Arts, Pontotoc Patel, Nayan, Lib. Arts, Oxford Paterson, Lydia, Lib. Arts, Oxford Patrick, Kimberiy, Bus.,CarroUton,Tx, ZTA Pegg, Mary, Accy., Tupelo, KA0 Pegues, Cheryl, Accy., AbbeviUe Perkins, Charlotte, Bus., Midland, TX, AAA • r r- i-f l c : i Phillips, Courtney, Lib.Arts,Gulfport, AAA Pittman, William, Lib. Arts, Columbia,ATfl Pitzer, Brad, Eng., Manchester, Mo Ponthieux, Tricia,Lib.Arts,Jefrerson,La, M Pou, Glennie, Lib. Arts, Batesville Powell, Preston, Accy., Clinton Querin, Ashley, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AT Rainey, Lara, Lib. Arts, Meridian, $M Ratliff, Cassandra, Bus., Duck Hill Ray, Courtney, Phar. Sch., Hernando, ZTA Redmond, Jerry, Lib. Arts, University, A A Reed, Bethany, Lib. Arts, Columbus, AAA Reed, Charles, Bus., Millington, Tn, $rA Reed, Wendy, Lib. Arts, Germantown,Tn, KA Rhodes, Melanie, Lib. Arts,Augusta,Ga,KA0 Rice, Emily, Bus., Houston, Tx, KKT Rice, Penny, Eng., Oakland Ries, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Greenville, M Richardson, Julie, Accy., Palmyra, Tn Roberson, Joseph, Educ, Tupelo Roberts,Cassandra,L.A., Millington,Tn,AAn Roberts, Michelle,L.A.,Pine Bluff,Ar, HE Roberts, Sara, Lib.Arts,Pine Blufr,Ar,IlB Roccapriore, Carla, Bus., Jacksonville,Fl Rogers, Marcus, Lib. Arts, Cleveland Rohner, Mark, Accy., Clinton, ATfi Rollins, Kimberly, Lib. Arts, Yazoo City Ross, Sarah, Phar. Sch., Jackson, AAA ...-j t-;? ' ! , ' i t X, Sessums.Christopher, Bus., Jackson, 2X Severance, Kim, Phar. Sch., Meridian Sexton, Leslie, Lib. Arts, Gillett,Ar, ZTA Sheikh Rashedul, Accy., University Shoemake Anne, Lib. Arts, Collins Simm, Kirk, Lib. Arts, Gautier, 2E Siggelkow, Valerie, Lib. Arts, CarroUton Simpson, Candice, Lib. Arts, Spring, Tx Skidmore, Robert, Lib. Arts, Gallipolis, Oh Smallwood, Scott, Lib. Arts, Coral Springs,Fl Smith, Arrah, Educ, Bowling Green.Ky, KA0 Smith, Carter, Accy., Batesville, iI A0 Smith, Gary, Lib. Arts, Petal Smith, Heather, Accy., Oxford Smith, Liana, Lib. Arts, Winona Smith, Randy, Educ, CarroUton Smith, Shelley, Educ, Shreveport, La, M Spinosa, Tina, Educ, Clarksdale Stabell, Christian, Bus., University Steen, Ashley, Lib. Arts, Lafayette, La Steen, Shane, Phar. Sch., Ethel Stephens, Nora, Bus., Hernando Steward, Jennifer, Phar. Sch., Lilboum, Mo Stewart, Michael, Lib. Arts, Greenville Stidham, Teri, Bus., Winona Stork, Amy, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko, AAA Suman, Mary, Lib. Arts, Alexandria, Va,ZTA Sumrall, Shannon, Lib. Arts, Jackson, KKT Supple, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Oxford Swenson, Elizabeth,Phar.Sch.,RedOak,Ia KA0 Taylor, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Madison, M Tee, Keng, Eng., University Terry, Amy, Accy., Elizabethtown, Ky Thrasher, Kerri, Bus., Adamsville, Tn, AAII Thomas, Darryl, Lib. Arts, University Thomas, Melissa, Bus., Canton, XJ) Thornbury, Allen, Accy., Benton, Ar Thornhill, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Kokomo Tinnen, Tracy, Bus., Sikeston, Mo, AOII Todd, Jennifer, Bus., Ripley, AT Torry, Justine, Educ, New Orleans,La, KA0 Trusty, Shannon, Lib. Arts,Batesville, AOII Tucker, April, Lib. Arts, Madison, AAA Turner, Lacie, Bus., Yazoo City Tuten, Maradith, Bus., Ruston, La, KA Tyler, Carla, Lib. Arts, Greenwood Valentine, Kathryn,L.A.,Niceville,Fl,KA Van, Kinh, Eng., North Biloxi Vance, Leslie, Lib. Arts, Water Valley, M ii- : yann, Mary, Lib. Arts, Corinth, AAA Vanderford, Dana, Bus., Oxford Vascek, Sean, Lib. Arts, Woodstown, NJ Vega, Robert, Eng., Pensacola, Fl Vettel, Caludia, Lib.Arts,Fox Point,Wi,IIB Vigil, Joseph!, Lib. Arts, Covington, La Waddell, Kimberiy, Lib. Arts, Winona Walker, Mary, Bus., Oxford, KKT Walton, Tracy, Bus., Jackson Warren, Bridget, Phar. Sch., Tupelo, $M Warriner, Wendy, Bus., Brandon, Xil Watts, Michael, Lib. Arts, Madison Weaver, Martha, Phar. Sch., Kosciusko, AT WEbster, Sharon, Phar. Sch., Hintsville, Al Weems, William, Eng., Greenville Wenerski, Rayna, Lib. Arts, Long Beach White, Carla, Bus., Brandon White, Joel, Eng., Oxford, K White,Suzanne,L.A.,Pembroke Pines,Fl,AAn Whitt, Michelle, Lib. Arts, Ballwin, Mo Whitwell, Robert, Lib. Arts, Oxford, 2E Whitwer, Karla, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AAA Wilbanks, Wendy, Lib. Arts, Walnut Williams, Allison, Bus., Houma, La, M Williams, Jennifer,Lib.Arts,Senath,Mo,ZTA Williams, Tina, Bus., Nesbit Williams, Vemita, Lib. Arts, Courtland,AKA Williamson, Timothy, Phar. Sch., Collins Winkler, Vanessa, Bus., Olive Branch, $M Winter, Joey, Lib. Arts, Greenville, M Winter, Prentis, Lib.Arts,Holly Springs,Ar Wiygul, John, Bus., Tupelo Wolford, Laurie, Phar. Sch., Olive Branch Wright, Kevin, Lib. Arts, Byhalia Wright, Richard, Lib. Arts, Batesville Yeager, Karen, Lib. Arts, Gulfport, IIB Young, Cheri, Law Ctr., Hughes, Ar Young, Monica, Eng., Oxford i A Abbasi, Shahid, Eng., Perry Hall, Md Adair, Christopher, Accy., Dumas Adams, Jason, Lib. Arts, Batesville Akins, Candice, Lib. Arts, Canton, X Aldridge, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Oxford Alexander, April, Lib. Arts, McCool Alt, Mario, Lib. Arts, Gulfport Anderson, Catherine Lib.Arts,Bowling Green,Ky Annette, Debbie, Lib. Arts, Dennis Applewhite, Devon, Lib. Arts, Moss Point Arnold, Jo, Lib. Arts, Oxford Arnold, Paula, Lib. Arts, University Avant, John, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Ayers, Sandra, Educ. Myrtle Baesben, Hesham, Eng., Oxford Bailey, Jason, Bus., Woodland Baine, John, Lib. Arts, El Dorado, Ar Baker, MeUssa, Lib. Arts, Indianola Barnbart, Scott, Accy. Atalissa, la Barnwell, Elizabeth, Lib.Arts,Greenwood,Xn Bartlett, Shanna, Bus. Marietta, Ga, AOIl Bassett, Michael, Bus. Jacksonville, Fl Bell, Kerry, Lib. Arts, Meridian Bennett, Gregory, Phar.Sch., Olive Branch Best, Travis, Lib. Arts, CarroUton Betbay, Daniel, Eng. Nettleton Bevill, Jarrett, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Bingham, Brandon, Lib. Arts, Corinth Blackburn, Shea, Educ, Brandon, AT Blakesley, Patrick, Lib. Arts, Houston, Tx Blanton, Susan, Phar. Sch., Jackson Blasen, Jennifer, Bus., Trenton, Tn, AMI Blaylock, Lester, Phar. Sch., Greenville Boatner, Barry, Bus., Myrtle Bond, Brandon, Lib. Arts, Pontotoc Bond, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Perkinston Bonner, Laura, Lib. Arts, New Orleans, La Borden, Jenny, Accy., Byhalia Borden, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Dyersburg, Tn Boyd, Valerie, Eng., Summit Braml ett, Paul, Accy., Nashville, Tn, ATfl Brantley, Kara, Lib. Arts, Madden, AAA Briggs, Jonathan, Lib. Arts, Cornelia, Ga Brooks, Dana, Bus., Germantown, Tn, KA Brown, Jennifer, Bus., Water Valley, IIB Brown, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Jackson, Xil Broyles, Christopher, Educ, Durant Burns, Kendra, Lib. Arts, Indianola, ZTA Busby, Kimberly, Lib. Arts, Oxford Bussone, Kristin, Bus., Tampa, Fl, KA0 Bynum, Mary, Lib. Arts, Senatobia Cade, Shayne, Lib. Arts, Munford, Al, X Cagle, Paul, Bus., Bedford, Tx, K2 Calhoun, Carrie,Lib.Arts,Richardson,Tx,nB4 Campbell, Michael, Bus., Pontotoc Canada, Robert, Lib. Arts, Hernando, 2E f-ry:: 4Tfj IrJl : • ' .V • x -• : Cario, Kevin, Lib. Arts, Spring Hill, Fl Carlson, Kristen, Accy., Ocean Springs,AAn Cairaway, Mishael, Accy., Roxie Camithers, Gloria, Lib. Arts, Tupelo,ZTA Cashion, James, Bus., Belmont Ch ' ng, Kar, Eng., University Chan, Chew-Ling, Bus., University Chan, Shin-Yi, Bus., University Chatman, Tarsha, Bus., Friars Point Cheatham, Dana, Lib. Arts, Marietta Cheshier, Bradley, Lib. Arts, Booneville Chew, Gan, Eng., University Chipman, Jeffrey, Lib. Arts, Brookland, Ar Chua, Chong, Eng., University Clancy, Sean, Lib. Arts, Jackson, Tn Clark, Mary, Accy., Chunky Clements, Cass, Lib. Arts, Batesville Clemmer, Stephanie, Lib. Arts, Ripley Cobb, Christopher, Accy., Amory, KT Cochran, Brien, Bus., Senatobia Cockroft, Jennifer, Bus., Carthage Coleman, Cynthia, Accy., Senatobia Collier, Wendy, Lib. Arts, Macon, GA, AT Collins, Stephen, Bus., Bruce Colon, Angelle, Eng., Metairie, La, AAA Commer, Beth, Lib. Arts, Gulfport, IIB Connell, Jane, Educ, Oxford, XQ Cook, Alana, Lib. Arts, Como Cook, Bruce, Eng., Courtland Cooper, Allan, Lib. Arts, Pass Christian Cornish, Kimberly, Phar. Sch., Ackerman,Ar Counce, Charles, Eng., Corinth, rA Covey, Cindi, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tn,AOn Cowley, Sheena, Bus., Fulton Craig, Cyrus, Bus., Jackson, 2X Cran, Clifton, Eng., Randolph Crane, Logan, Eng., Little Rock, Ar Crocker, Marion, Educ, Brandon, KA Crocker, Sherri, Lib. Arts, Calhoun City Crook, Katherine, Lib. Arts, Nashville, Tn Cuevas, Jennifer, Accy., Pascagoula, AT Cummings, Katherine, Bus., Gulfport Davis, Lindley, Bus., Corinth, AT Davis, Robbie, Educ. Sch., Oxford Dendy, Angela, Educ. Sch., University Derrick, Amy, Lib. Arts, Palm Harbor, Fl Desporte, Lynn, Law Ctr., Batesville Dickerson, Amy, Lib. Arts, Oxford Dickey, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Athens, Al Diraviyam, Dhiraviya, Eng., University Divan, Darla, Lib. Arts, Rossville, II Dobbins, Tara, Accy., Ocean Springs Dodson, James, Lib. Arts, Olive Branch Donald, Harmon, Lib. Arts, Lauderdale Donnell, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Brandon Dorsey, April, Ed. Sch., Kosciusko, ZTA i f% 6 t mtiiiaisxriiimii —- «frt,; " A IM £!? ... Druey, David, Lib. Arts, Madison Duckworth,Deanna, Lib.Arts,Booneville,KA0 Edwards, Elizabeth, Accy. Sch., Winona Eielson, Harry, Accy. Sch., Nashville, Tn Ellison, Hayes, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AAA Erwin, Charles, Bus., Alpharetta, Ga, S E Evans, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Houston Evans, Michael, Lib. Arts, Calhoun City Gewin, Janet, Lib. Arts, Decatur, Al Gee, Joseph, Educ. Sch., Oxford Gates, Clayt, Bus., Senatobia, $KT Garner, Kimberley, Law Ctr., Magee Gammons, Zeb, Bus., Marietta, Ga, ATfi Galloway, Julie, Lib. Arts, Natchez Fuell, Craig, Eng., Courtland Faust, Thomas, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Fava, Pam, Educ. Sch., Greenville Favors, Karen, Bus., Coldwater Feldt, Tera, Lib. Arts, Counce, Tn Fesmire, Rebecca, Lib. Arts, Oxford Flemons, Tiffany, Lib. Arts, Abbeville Fletcher, Julie, Educ. Sch., Gulfport Ford, Ninnie, Lib. Arts, Batesville Foregger, John, Lib. Arts, Oxford Forrest, Vontella, Lib. Arts, Winona Fowlkes, Francis, Bus., Richmond, Va Franck,Danielle, Ed. Sch., Metarie, La, $M Frazure, Melissa, Bus., Durant, AT Kit -1 : m • ?•! ' . ' .V .- •:« V ■ , ' ? ' 1 • ' • - ' W:M:f- f ' r -j ::- ' - : • i,- ' rr -:: ' r- ' ' f ' - V ' - ' it ' ' - ' - v Xv- v •-v : ♦■f ' • •iT ' .e.-J ' ; ;l?- » .,«. -, Hirilv ' .S Frey, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Boonsboro, Md Gibson, Gary, Lib. Arts, Collinsville Ginn, Monroe, Lib. Arts, Liberty Gooch,Adrienne, Lib.Arts, Lafayette,La,ZTA Goddard,Garland,Lib.Arts,Somerville,Tn,Xn Goodman, John, Bus., Milton, Tn, ATfi Goodman, Paula, Bus., Jackson Graham, James, Educ, Biloxi Greaves, Henry, Eng., Madision Green, Matthew, Bus., Memphis, Tn Greer, Rhonda, Lib. Arts, Scobey Gregory, Amy, Educ., Paducah, Ky, Xn Griffin, Rafael, Lib. Arts, Brooklyn, NY Haffey, Heather, Lib. Arts, Lexington Hagan, Kelly, Lib. Arts, Hernando Hall, Natasha, Bus., Water Valley Hammond, Terrie, Bus., Horn Lake Hampton, Paula, Accy., Michigan City Hankins, Vivian, Bus., Batesville Harbision, David, Bus., Grenada, ATfi Harperm, David, Accy., Taylorsville Harper, James, Lib. Arts, Oxford Harries,Marcuslene, Lib. Arts, Houston, B2 Harris, Mark, Educ, Olive Branch Harrison, Amanda, Lib. Arts, Houston Hasan, Meer, Accy., University Hathcock, William, Lib. Arts, Durant Haynes, Ashley, Lib. Arts, Ellisville, AOII Heard, Richard, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Hebert, Denise, Bus., Baton Rouge, La, KA Henson, Philip Bus., Rienzi Hervey, Les, Lib. Arts, Jackson Henry, Stephanie, Lib. Arts, Amory, ZTA Hew, Ken, Bus., University Hill, Catena, Lib. Arts, Come Hill, Jana, Lib. Arts, Germantown, Tn,KA0 Hilliard, Mhoeneehk, Lib. Arts, Eupora Hitchcock, Vicki, Accy., Tupelo Hohn, Betty, Lib. Arts, luka Holcomb, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Oxford HoUanger, Karen, Bus., Humphrey, Ar, ZTA Hollingsworth,Nikitia, Lib.Arts,Laurel,AKA HoUis, Mary, Bus., Jackson, AAA Holt, William, Phar. Sch., Pulaski, Tn Hontzas, Anastasia, Lib. Arts, Jackson,AAA Hooker, Stacia, Bus., Pontotoc, KKT Huber, Lisa, Educ, Natchez, AT Huddleston,Marisa,L.A.,Shreveport,La, ZTA Hurdle, Eric, Bus., Oxford Hursey, David, Lib. Arts, CarroUton, Ga Ingram, Mary, Bus., Philadelphia, KA Ivey, Patty, Phar. Sch., Brinkley, Ar Jackson, Cedrick, Ed. Sch., Coldwater, A A Jackson, Bryan, Lib. Arts, Walnut Jensen, Amy, Bus., Tupelo, AOn Jessen, Kelly, Lib. Arts, Paragould, Ar I l AM mk 0j» J t m £«!S , % % Johnson, Ginger, Lib. Arts, Biloxi, KKT Johnson, Helen, Lib. Arts, Atlanta, Ga,iI M Johnson, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tn Johnson, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Booneville Johnson, Mary, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AAA Johnson, Victoria, Lib. Arts, Munford Jolly, Edward, Bus., Olive Branch Jones, Andrae, Lib. Arts, Natchez Jones, Brian, Bus., Batesville Jones, David, Phar. Sch., Oxford Jones, Kevin, Eng., Oxford, A A Jones,Christina, L.A.,South Fulton,Tn, AOn Jordan, Daniel, Accy., Cleveland Jordan, John, Accy., Quitman Justice, Bradley, Eng., Corinth Kaw, Kok, Bus., University Khan, Muhammad, Eng., University Killebrew, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko Kimbrough, John, Lib. Arts, Houston King, Elizabeth, Bus., Tupelo King, Stacy, Lib. Arts, Ocean Springs Kitchens, Laura, Lib. Arts, luka, AT Kloha,Carole, Ed. Sch., Holly Springs, ] Klotz, Melinda, Lib. Arts, Mobile, Al, AAA Knight, Stephanie, Lib. Arts, Corinth Kong , Sien, Bus., University Korn, Henry, Eng., Oxford Kraus, Ann, Phar. Sch., Houston, Tx, KAG Lagerda, Danielle, L.A., Ocean Springs,AAII Lazenby, Jonathan, Bus., Clinton Leeth, Sharon, Bus., Corinth Legg, Amanda, Bus., Summit Leggett, Brandi, Lib. Arts, Grenada Lenderman, Jesse, Lib. Arts, Byhalia Leong, Chee, Bus., University Listenbee, James, Lib. Arts, Bruce Livingston, Ricky, Accy., Louisville Locke, James, Accy., Marks Lohrbach, Jonathan, Lib. Arts, Gulfport Loke, Sen-Wei, Bus., University Long, Long, Pre-med, Jacksonville, Fl, AAA Low, G, Eng., Oxford Loyd, Brooke, L.A.,Lake St. Louis,Mo, ZTA Magee, Sherry, Law Ctr., Magee Malone, Stephanie, Phar Sch., Darling Malouf, Melissa, Bus., Jackson, AT Mangum, Elizabeth, Lib. Arts, Tunica Marion, Peggy, Educ. Sch., Coffeeville Marks,Anne, Educ. Sch., Montgomery,Al, AAA Marks, Louise, L.A., Birmingham, Al, AAA Marsh, Meredith, Bus., Jackson, KA Massengill, Robert, Bus., Brookhaven, 2X Mauney, Wendy, Accy., Booneville, AOIl McCrory, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko McGowin, Joseph, Lib. Arts, Meridian McGuirt, Sharon, Lib. Arts, Oxford M ' M McKay, Lara, Educ, Belzoni, ZTA McLaughlin, Alvin, Lib. Arts, Laurel McNees, Melissa, Accy., Memphis, Tn, ZTA McRaney, Robert, Bus., Raymond McRaney, Todd, Lib. Arts, Raymond McRay, Melanie, Lib. Arts, University McWhorter,Elizabeth,L.A.,Decatur,Al, HE Meadows, Jamie, Lib. Arts, Jackson, $M Meek, John, Lib. Arts, Courtland Melton, Billy, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Melton, Floyd, Accy., Greenwood, A0 Menon, Sajeev, Eng., University Michelletti, Margaret, Eng., Paris Middleton, Darren, Bus., Yazoo City Mims, Richard, Lib. Arts, University Mitchell, Elizabeth, Lib. Arts, Tupelo,KA Mitchell, Kathryn,Lib.Arts,Columbia,Tn,KA0 Mize, Michelle, Lib. Arts, Oxford, Xfl Mokaddem, Asem, Eng., University Moore, Belinda, Lib. Arts, Tutwiler, AKA Moore, Catherine, Lib. Arts, Jackson Moore, Donald, Accy., Wheeler Moore, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, CarroUton Morgan, Roechelle, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Morshita, Tomie, Lib. Arts Morris, Earl, Lib. Arts, University, A A Mortimer, Virginia, Educ, Flora, Mounger, Caroline, Lib. Arts, Ridgeland Mull, McKenna, Lib. Arts, Booneville Naidu, Srimaraj, Bus., University Needier, Ellen, Accy., Pine BlufT,Ar, ZTA Neil, Danielle, Lib. Arts, Brentwood,Tn,KA Nelson, Mary, Bus., Union, $KT Nelson, Sara, Educ, University Nichols, Valerie, Bus., Starkville, AAA Nock, Susan, Lib. Arts, Columbia, SC,KA9 Nolan, Bruce, Eng., Metairie, La O ' Brien, William, Lib. Arts, Warrenton, Va Olmstead, Holly,Lib.Arts,El Dorado,Ar,AAn Ong, Siew-Eng, Bus., University Orr, Kathryn, Lib. Arts, Brandon Osborne, Michelle, Lib. Arts, Meadville Paganos, George, Bus., University Pang, Michael, Lib. Arts, Columbus Parkman, Janet, Lib. Arts, Clinton, KA0 Parks, Grace, Phar. Sch., Jackson Parks, Mary, Lib. Arts, Gallatin, Tn, AAA Pate, Pammie, Lib. Arts, Houlka Payne, George, Lib. Arts, Southaven Pearce, Jason, Bus., Walls, B0n Pedigo, Scott, Bus., Jackson, K2 Peeples, Patricia, Educ, Brookhaven, XQ Perkins, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Oxford, IIB Perkins, Todd, Bus., Jackson, 2X Person, Victoria,L.A.,New Orleans,La,AAn Peters, Christy, Bus., Corinth, ZTA Pettit, Denise, Lib. Arts, Nesbit Pharr, Natalie, Lib. Arts, Vicksburg, AT Phillips, Michael, Lib. Arts, Corinth Pieralisi, Jame, Accy., Greenville Pigues, Joel, Lib. Arts, Coldwater Pimpton , Diane, Bus., Sumner Pittman, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Pascagoula Ponder, Elizabeth,Lib.Arts,Grifrin,Ga, I ' M Potter,Lawrence,L.A., Winston Salem,NC,$rA Powell, Dana, Lib. Arts, Mize Preston, Anne, Educ, Metropolis, ll.AOn Pruitt, Edith, Bus., Oxford Pumell, Davis, Educ, Jackson, KT Quaid, Amy, Educ, Baton Rouge, La, KA Quaka, Mary, Phar. Sch., Jackson, XQ Quirk, Neil, Lib. Arts, Oxford Ramage, James, Lib. Arts, West Ramalingam, Muralikrishnan, Eng., University Raseley, Davina, Lib. Arts, Phoenix,Az,AAII Rana, Shahid, Eng., University Reid, Rachel, Bus., Monticello Respess, Julie, Lib. Arts, Nesbit Rhodes, Joan, Lib. Arts, Jackson Rhodes, Patrick, Lib. Arts, University Rice, Susan, Lib. Arts, Ruston, La, AAII Rikard, Jennifer, Educ, Oxford Riley, Wesley, Bus., Nettleton Risher, Christy, Bus., Brandon, KA Roberts, Martha, Lib. Arts, Dallas,Tx, M Roberts, Veronica, Educ, Southaven, KKT Robertson, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Oxford Robertson, Lisa, Lib. Arts, St. Petersburg, Fl Robinson, Kelli, Lib. Arts, Tupelo, AAII Robinson, Rachael, Lib. Arts, Vicksburg Rocconi, Rodney, L.A.,Collierville,Tn,K2 Rodriguez, Fernando, Bus., University Rodriguez, Pereyra, Eng., University Rogers, Laura, Accy., Tupelo, AT Rogers, Todd, Bus., Oxford Rorie, Kimberly, Educ, Jackson Rose, Charlie, Bus., Duck Hill, A0 Rosebaum, Jana, Bus., Walnut Grove Roten, Donald, Lib. Arts, Ripley Rotenberry, John, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Sanders, Jason, Lib. Arts, Alexandria, La Sandifer, Elizabeth, Lib.Arts,Greenwood,Xn Sartin, John, Lib. Arts, Winnsboro, La, X Say, Peng, Eng., University Sayle, Jennifer, Bus., Germantown, Tn Scardino, Lynda, Accy., Pass Christian Schruff, Gregory, Accy., Oxford, K2 Schucker, Laura, Educ, Baton Rouge, La Scott, Ronald, Lib. Arts, Myrtle Scudi, Kina, Lib. Arts, San Diego, Ca, ZTA Seago, Tina, Bus., Corinth, IIB i Sect, Wan, Bus., University Segars, Leasha, Educ, Saltillo Sewell, Donald, Lib. Arts, Clarksdale Seymour, Katina, Lib. Arts, Ocean Springs Shanks, Kristin, Lib. Arts, Meniphis,Tn,Xf! Shaw, Wayne, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko Sheffield, David, Lib. Arts, Southaven Shing, Lou, Bus., Clarksdale Sbockley, Allison, Bus., Brentwood, Tn Shows, Audra, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Silket, Francis, Lib. Arts, Clarksdale Sim, Chin, Bus., Norman, Ok Simpson, Joey, Bus., Blue Mountain Skelton, Noelle, Law Ctr., Oxford Smith, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Oxford, K Smith, John, Eng., Oxford Smith, Phyllis, Bus., Metairie, La Smith, Reginald, Bus., Senatobia, B2 Smith, Susan, Bus., Tupelo Smith, Wilboum, Lib. Arts, Bateville, IlKA Solomon, Michael, Lib. Arts, Memphis,Tn,X4 ' Song, Samuel, Bus., University Soper, Christy, Lib. Arts, Tupelo, Ar Sowell, Stacy, Educ, Jackson, AOU Spears, Rebecca, Lib. Arts, Jackson Spencer, Regina, Lib. Arts, Pontotoc Sproles, Jennifer, Educ, Byhalia, KKT Stanford, Robert, Bus., Corinth Stephen, Amanda, Bus., Hernando I ■-!■ Stephens, Penny, Educ, Eupora a - Stewart, Baker, Lib.Arts,Brownsville,Tn,2N 1 - ' P Stewart, Kimberly, Educ, Brandon M « 3 1 vid Stines, Andrew, Bus., Denver, Co W m A. ' : . Stokes, Uah, Lib. Arts, Clinton Strevel, Jacob, Bus., Oxford Summers, Lee, Educ, Memphis, AAA Sumrall, TAra, Bus., Oxford, AT Tan, Chi, Eng., University Tan, Donald, Bus., University Tan, Hock, Eng., University Teh, Tien, Eng., Oxford Tham, Min, Eng., University Thames, Mary , Lib. Arts, Jackson Tharp, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Winona Thrash, Keith, Bus., Virginia Beach, Va Tillman, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Hazlehurst Timhs, Janet, Lib. Arts, Duck Hill Tompkins, Judith, Lib. Arts, Winona, KKT Thomas, Tracy, Lib. Arts, Charleston, AKA Townsend, Kevin, Bus., Vicksburg Townsend, Sally, Educ, Clarksdale, Xn Traughber, Jennifer,Lib.Arts,Elkton,Ky,AOn Trusty, Daryl, Lib. Arts, Tylertown Trotter, Lisa, Lib. Arts, Belzoni Turbeville, Melissa, Educ, Vaiden Turnage, Edward, Accy., Meridian Turnage, Robert, Phar. Sch., Water Valley Underwood, Jill, Accy., Jackson, Xfi Vandiver, Leigh, Phar. Sch., Jackson, KA0 Velleman, Amy, Lib. Arts, Metairie, La Wade, Brandon, Educ, Oxford, 2 E Wages, David, Bus., Tupelo Waggoner, Tiffany, Lib. Arts, Pearl Wall, Chad, Lib. Arts, Newton, KT Wall, Johnny, Lib. Arts, Newton Wallace, Sherri, Lib. Arts, Oxford Walls, Kimberly, Accy., Greenwood Ward, Georganna, Bus., Marks Wardlaw, Paula, Educ, Southaven Watkins, Amanda, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko,AAA Watson, Steven, Lib. Arts, Oxford Webh, Alvin, Lib. Arts, Indianola Wehh, Arin, Lib. Arts, Huntsville, Al Webh, Kimberly, Lib. Arts, Loise, AT Weir, Kristen, Accy., Florence WErner, Michael, Bus., Gautier WEst, Lauralee, Bus., Ashland Whiteside, Teri, Phar. Sch., New Albany Whitten, Melinda, Accy., Monroe, La Wiggins, Carmen, Accy., Orlando, Fl, KA Williams, Heather, Accy., Goodman, KA0 Williams, Jeffrey, Eng., New Albany Williams, Karen, Phar. Sch., University Williams, Mark, Educ, Jackson ■ imn Williams. Richard. Bus.. Alexander. Ar.A 01k iVilliamson,Stephanie,L.A.,Sheffield,AL, M el ' s fW Wilson, James, Bus., Banner g ' T :- -.T Wilson, James, Accy., Clarksdale, A0 ' f« » Wilson, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Ledyard, Ct r L Wise, Reese, Lib. Arts, Jackson -- -. 9 ; V L ' .„.„A...t ...M... Wiygul, Shirley, Lib. Arts, Tupelo Wolfe, Matthew, Eng., Southaven Wolfe, Wayne, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Womble, Kellie, Lib. Arts, Kosciusko, ZTA Wong, Edward, Accy., Oxford Wood, Buford, Lib. Arts, Charleston, ATO Wood, Stephen, Lib. Arts, Corinth Woodard, Shelly, Bus., Carriere Word, Thomas, Bus., West Point, 2X Wren, Billy, Eng., Oxford Xu, Hui, Accy., Worcester, Ma Xiang, Jing, Lib. Arts, University Yancey, Kimberly, Educ, Coldwater Yeo, Sim, Bus., University Yerger, Kathryn, Educ, Tallulah, La, AAA Yielding, Amanda, Educ, Tremont Young, Amber, Lib. Arts, Saltillo, KKF YOung, Fulton, Lib. Arts, Germantown, Tn Young, Tina, Educ, Nettleton Zerfoss, Matt, Eng., Oxford, KA Zurkanain, Mohd, Bus., University m (j ASM f Adams, Gene, Bus., Oxford Adams, Krista, Lib. Arts, Paducah, Ky Alexander, Shelley, Lib. Arts, Gulfport Alexander, William,Lib.Arts,Poplarville,2X Alford, Megan, Lib.Arts, GulfBreeze,F1,KA0 Archer, Douglas, Lib. Arts, Jackson, K2 Arnold, John, Educ, Cleveland Austin, Scott, Lib. Arts, Oxford Averett, Rebecca, Lib. Arts,LaGrange,Ga,KA Ayres, Tamera, Lib. Arts, Springhill,Tn, M Bailey, Brian, Lib. Arts, Leland Bailey, Carolyn, Lib. Arts, Jackson, A20 Bailey, Laura, Lib.Arts, Germantown,Tn,KA0 Bain, Stewart, Bus., Blur Mountain Baker, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Winona Balducci, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Cleveland Barker, Thomas, Bus., Monroe, iFA Barnes, Kathryn, Educ, Jackson Barnett, Clayton, Lib. Arts, Decatur Bamhart,Margaret,L.A.,Birmingham,Al,AAA Barrasso, Angela, Lib.Arts, Memphis,TN,AAA Barrentine, Karla, Lib. Arts, Sallis Barth, Tami, Lib. Arts, University, ZTA Batemon, Arlene, Educ, Senatobia Batten, Mary, Lib. Arts, Collierville, Tn Battiste, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Mobile, Al Baxter, John, Lib. Arts, Jasper, Al, K2 Beckman, Mark, Eng., Quitman, KT Beeson, Robert, Bus., Memphis,Tn, A0 Belknap, Monica, Educ, Poplar Bluff.Mo Bennett, Ashley, Lib. Arts, Clinton, AA0 Bennett, Janice, Bus., Oxford Bergin, Raymond, Accy., Senatobia Billat, Sandrine, Lib. Arts, University Blackburn, Amy, Accy., Selmer, Tn, M Blissard, Amy, Lib. Arts, Holly Springs Blossom, Michael, Eng., Forest Blount, Kenneth, Eng., Jackson Boga, Cassatta, Lib. Arts, Holly Springs Boggan, Matthew, Educ, Kilmichael, rA Bounds, Holly, Lib. Arts, Newton Boyd, Frances, Lib. Arts, Gulfport, Xfi Boyd, Regina, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tn Bradford, Leah, L.A., Hickory Flat, ZTA Brasher, I wri, Educ, Jackson, Tn Brassel, John, Bus., Nesbit Brewer, Karen, Lib. Arts, Fulton Brocato, Laurie, Accy., Brandon, KKT Brooks, Elizabeth, Lib. Arts, Houma.L , M Brooks, Gina, Bus., Hattiesburg Brown, Chrysler, Lib. Arts, Forest, $M Brown, Joshua, Lib. Arts, New Orleans, La Brown, Kenneth, Lib. Arts, Bloomington, In Brown, Richard, Bus., Metairie, La Brown, Teresa, Lib. Arts, Nettleton Bryson, Melissa, Bus., Tullahoma,Tn, AAII Buck, Heather, Lib. Arts, Olive Branch Buckingham, Valerie, Lib. Arts, Aberdeen Buffington, Kevin, Lib. Arts, Jackson Buford, Chris, Bus., Abbeville, B2 Buford, Tangela, Bus., Ft. Huachuca, Az Burch, Jennifer, Educ, Houston, Tx, KA Burchfield, Julie, Educ, Southaven Bumey, Cynthia, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AAA Callahan, Rachel, Lib. Arts, Okolona Campbell, Spencer, Bus., Oxford Cantrell, John, Eng., University, KA Canup, Dow, Accy., Tremont, K Carter, William, Accy., Senatobia Carvalho, Nerin, Eng., University Chai, Kok, Bus., University Chaney, Leigh, Educ, Tupelo, AATI Chase, Pamela, Bus., Memphis, Tn, AAA Chew, Yien, Bus., University Chin, Yuin, Eng., University Cho, Suyong, Lib. Arts, Oxford Chow, Alon, Lib. Arts, Jackson Chu, Natalie, Lib. Arts, Greenville Chua, Tiong, Bus., University Cochran, Kelly, L.A., Pearl River,La,Ar Coe, Emily, Lib. Arts, Indianapolis,In,KA0 Cole, Karen, Lib. Arts, Booneville Cole, Michael, Lib. Arts, New York, Ny Coleman, Mary, Educ, Magnolia, AAA f (i !» O f Coleman, Sarah, Bus., Corinth, AAA Comer, Leslie, Accy., Madisonville, Ky, M Copeland, Larry, Bus., Vicksburg, KT Corbitt, Gregory, Bus., Duluth, Ga, 2M Corcoran, Cable Boy, Educ.,Metairie,La,2AE Corder, Sherrell, Lib. Arts, CarroUton Covington, Annie, Educ, Coffeeville Cowan, Ellen, Lib. Arts, Sikeston, Mo, HB Coy, Mark, Educ, Paragould, Ar Craft, Kendra, Bus., Richland, AT Craft, Martha, Educ, Sarah Cresap, Stephen, Educ, Oxford Curtis, Tiffany, Lib. Arts, Ackerman, AT Daily, Patrick, Lib. Arts, Oxford, $A0 Dampier, John, Lib. Arts, Brandon Daniel, Brandi, Lib. Arts, McComb, AT Daniel, Cheryl, Educ, Sardis, AKA Davis, Courtenay, Lib. Arts, Columbus, AAA Davis, Emily, Eng., Univers ity Davis, Jody, Bus., Jonesboro, Ar Davis, Landon, Lib. Arts, CUnton Davis, Trad, Educ, Arlington, TX, HB Dean, Kimberly, Educ, Ocala, Fl Deaton, Ronald, Educ, Dennis Dennis, Jeffrey, Lib. Arts, Madison, A0 Denton, Christy, Bus., Pascagoula, ZTA Determan, Teresa, Lib. Arts, University Diffey, Steven, Lib. Arts, Tchula Dilworth,Kathryn,L.A.,Huntsville,Al,nB Doiron, Jacqueline, Educ, Vicksburg, AAA Donelan, Nancy, Bus., St.Petersburg,Fl,IIB$ Donnelly, Patrick, Bus., Harahan, La Doom, Dee, Educ, New Albany Downs, Amy, Educ, Oxford Downs, Kimberly, Bus., University Doyle, Shannon, Educ, McComb, KA Draper, Pamela, Lib. Arts, Sardis Dugan, Dawn, Bus., Grenada, KA Duncan, Ashley, Lib. Arts, Pascagoula, KA Edge, Carolyn, Lib. Arts,Alpharetta,Ga,KA0 Edwards, Robert, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tn Ellis, Wendy, Educ, Okolona Ellzey, Scott, Bus., EUisville Enchelmayer,Emest,L.A.,Jonesboro,Ar, rA Erwin, Abbey, Educ, Tunica Eubank, Brooke, Educ, Brentwood, Tn Evans, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AAA Evans, Timothy, Lib. Arts, Quitman Evans, Travis, Bus., University Fan, Peter, Lib. Arts, University Farmer, Josette, Phar.Sch,Brighton,Tn, KA0 Faughn, Roger, Eng., Metropolis, II, X Finn, Kelly, Eng., University, AAEI Fisher, Leah, Educ, University Fooks, Cynthia, Educ, Oxford Foote, Terra, Phar. Sch., Hamburg, Ar, AAA • ■ •w . -t il Ford, Maria, Educ, Oxford Fortenberry, David, Eng., Grenada, 2$E Foster, Lara, Bus., Houston, Tx, ZTA Foy, Manoy, Educ, Germantown, Tn, AAA Franklin, Frederick, Lib. Arts, Moss Point Freshour, David, Lib. Arts, Ackerman Fulgham, William, Bus., Jackson, 2 E Gaines, Tony, Accy., luka, 2S Gant, Christi, Lib. Arts, Coila Gartin, Kent, Lib.Arts, Hot Springs, Ar 2X Garrison, Phyllis, Lib. Arts, Byhalia Gaskin, Manuela, Lib. Arts, Paris Gates, Gloria, Lib. Arts, Houston Gates, Rebecca, Bus., Houston Gatewood, Sherry, Lib. Arts, Pelahatchie Glasgow, Jane, Lib. Arts, Greenville Glaslow, William, Lib. Arts, Oxford, 2AE Gob, Eng, Bus., University Golden, Lane, Bus., Murfreesboro, Tn AAA Goodwin, Christopher, Lib. Arts, University Gordon, Melanie, Lib. Arts, Hernando Grace, Cathy, Eng., Oxford Graham, Marion, Lib. Arts, Abbeville Grant, Stephanie, Lib.Arts, Fairfax,Va AOII Gray, Carol, Educ, Oxford Green, Harvey, Bus., Oxford Greene, Karen, Lib. Arts, University Greenhaw, Nancy, Lib. Arts, Amory I f i . r. A:i: ' :r :» •■»•-■. ■ 4 ' .» « V A ' -.: » ' i5. 4 - ' " ' ■■: ' i. ' J- . . . ■ ■•.•, -..7 i " WW Grimes, Marilyn, Lib. Arts, Oxford fl B . ' J Ht. . Hk. Guarr. Hollv. Lib. Arts. Water Vallev Grimes, Marilyn, Lib. Arts, Oxford Guarr, Holly, Lib. Arts, Water Valley Guttensohn, Kurt, Eng., Huntsville, Al Habeeb, Daniel, Lib. Arts, Vicksburg Hail, Thomasanna, Lib. Arts, University Haire, Margaret, Lib. Arts, Clarksdale Hall, James, Lib. Arts, University Hall, Laura, Educ, Newsite Hall, Paul, Lib. Arts, Baldwyn Hall, Richard, Bus., Brandon Hale, Sherby, Educ, Byhalia Hallum, Stephan, Bus., Walls Hancock, Joann, Educ, Coldwater Hanor, Kristi,Lib. Arts, Charleston,Mo,AOII Harith, Norharita, Bus., University Harrelson,Elizabeth,L,A.,Calhoun City,AOn Harris, Joy, Lib. Arts, Saint Jo, Tx Harris, Lisa, Educ, Fulton Harris, Susan, Educ, Meadville Harrison, Cynthia, Bus., Jackson Harrison, Andy, Eng., Grenada Harrison, Don, Lib. Arts, Corinth Harvey, Amos, Eng., Jackson Hawkins, Perry, Eng., Water Valley Haygood, Mary, Lib. Arts, University, $M Heard, Angela, Educ, Plantersville, AKA Hederman, Henry, Bus., Jackson, $A0 Heffner, Margaret, Bus., Southaven Henderson, Doris, Lib. Arts, Oxford, AKA Henderson, Jean, Lib. Arts, Oxford, AAA Henson, Carolyn, Educ, Greenwood, Xfi Herron, Christopher, Accy., Oxford, $B2 Herzfield, Robert, Lib. Arts, Benton,Ar,X ' J ' Hill, Renecia, Bus., Toomsuba, Z B Hinton, Brian, Lib. Arts, Oxford Hipp, Melissa, Bus., Oxford Hitt, JefTrey, Lib. Arts, Union Ho, Kum, Bus., Oxford Hoffman, Tambria, Law Ctr., Lauderdale, Fl Holbrook,Christine,L.A.,Metairie,La,ZTA Hollis, Mary, Lib. Arts, Dalton, Ga, AOn Hollison, Monica, Lib. Arts, Atlanta,Ga, M Hollomon, Shonda,Accy,Caruthersville,MoXn Hollowell, John, Educ, Oxford Holmes, Jeananne, Lib. Arts, Rockville, Mo Honeycutt, Laurie, Educ, Olive Branch Hoo, Siew, Bus., University Hood, Kimberly, Bus., Nesbit Howell, Jennifer, Educ, Batesville Hovas, Sherry, Lib. Arts, Kilmichael Huang, Hui, Bus., University Huckaby, Garrod, Bus., Guntown Huddleston, Mitzi, Lib. Arts, Booneville Huggins, Glenn, Educ, Kosciusko Hughes, Lacey, Bus., Jackson, 2AE Hughes, Russel, Bus., Coffeeville Hufnne$,Michael, Bus., Millington, Tn, K Humphries, William, Lib. Arts, Horn Lake Hunter, Tracey, Lib. Arts, Columbia, Tn Hussey, Alesha, Eng., Corinth Ingrain,Jennifer, Lib.Arts, Hattiesburg,AAA Inman, Todd, Bus., University, KT Irby, Kathleen, Educ, Jackson Isbell, Timothy, Bus., Tupelo Jackson, Mary, Lib. Arts, Hattiesburg, AAA Jarrell, Sundra, Lib. Arts, Greenwood Springs Jenkins, David, Lib. Arts, Sarasota, Fl. Jennings, Mary, Educ, Dewitt, Ar, AAA Johnson, Julie, Lib. Arts, Hernando, AAII Johnson, Thomas, Lib. Arts, University, ' i ' B2 Johnson, Tina, Educ, Courtland Johnston, Stephen, Bus., Jackson, XX Jones, Charlotte, Educ, Memphis, Tn, KKT Jones, Jana, Lib. Arts, University Jones, William, Lib. Arts, Jackson, 2X Jong, Oi, Lib. Arts, University Joseph, Connie, Accy., Oxford Kadlec, Ellen, Lib. Arts, Oxford Kafouros, Antonis, Bus., Oxford Kalka, Sheila, Lib. Arts, Magee, M Kang, Chong-Yee, Eng., University Katzenmeyer,William,L.A.,Denham Springs,La Ker, Chyn, Bus., University Kelley, Vicki, Lib. Arts, Clinton Kelly, Anita, Educ, New Albany Keller, Roger, Lib. Arts, Mandeville,La,2X Kelly, Roy, Educ, Bellefontaine Kihara, Miki, Lib. Arts King, Karen, Educ, Baldwyn King, Robert, Bus., Oxford Kincaid, Jeccisa, Eng., University Kinkade, Keith, Bus., Spring, Tx, ATfl Kirk, Wendy, Bus., Corinth Kitchens, Christopher, Lib. Arts, Booneville Kabila, Kristine, Lib. Arts, New Orleans, La Koh, Liang, Bus., University Konecny, J ' Anne, Lib. Arts,Houston,Tx,KA0 Kua, Chin, Bus., University Kuhn, Katherine, Lib. Arts, Dallas, Tx Kuykendall, Bradley, Lib.Arts,Belmont, K Kyger, Jennifer, Lib. Arts, University Labrot, Paula, Accy., Dexter, Mo, AOn Ladd, Lori, Bus., Olive Branch Lafayette, Leigh, Lib. Arts, Calhoun City Lail, Brandon, Lib. Arts, Byhalia Lamb, Laura, Educ, Carbondale, II Lancaste, Nina, Accy., Oxford Langston, Kimberly, Accy., Southaven, IIB Latham, Thomas, Bus., Madison, A0 Law, Meng, Bus., University Lay , Lisa, Bus., Clinton, KA0 Leavy, Montray, Lib. Arts, Wesson, B2 Lee, Hong, Eng., University Lee, Kwai-Weng, Bus., UNiversity Lee, See, Eng., University Lee, Swee, Bus., University Lee, Teck, Eng., University Lee, Thomas, Lib. Arts, Granbury, Tx LeJeune, Joel, Lib. Arts, Jackson Lemmons, Deborah, Lib. Arts, Oxford Lenoir, Frank, Bus., Aberdeen, iBJ, Leong, Kok, Bus.. University Leong, Wai, Bus., University Leong, Wai, Bus., University Lester, Catherine, Accy., Chnton, AAA Leung, Bo, Lib. Arts, University Liao, Qing, Lib. Arts, University Ligon, Thomas, Lib. Arts, Grenada, A0 Lim, Moo, Eng., University Lim, Pay, Eng., University Lim, Seng-Guan, Bus., Oxford Lim, Siau-Huey. Bus., University Lim, Soon, Eng., University Lim, Yuk-Kuan, Bus., University Lindsey, Jennifer, Educ, Harrisburg, II Lippincott, Victoria, Lib. Arts, Scobey,AAn Liu, Hui-Chun. Bus., University Lockhart, John, Lib. Arts, Columbus Lofton, Tara, Bus., EUisville Loh, Yew, Bus., University Lok, Wai, Bus., University Long, Jennifer, Bus., Jacksonvill, Fl, AAA Lord, Betty, Lib. Arts, CarroUton Lord, Julia, Lib. Arts, Killen, Al, KA Losordo, Donald, Lib. Arts, Falmouth, Ma Lott, Tyler, Educ, Washington, D.C., KA Love, John, Lib. Arts, Yazoo City Low, Rosalind, Bus., Memphis, Tn Lowe, Lissa, Lib. Arts, I ng Beach, AAA Lu, Lee, Eng., University Lucas, Amanda, Lib. Arts, Jackson, M Lucas, Leeanne, Lib. Arts, Paducah,Ky,KA0 Lucas, Leigh, Lib. Arts, Newton, Xfi Lubtanen, Juha, Bus., University Lyon, Jacqueline, Bus., Indianola, M Mabus, Teresa, Lib. Arts, Oxford Magee, Marsha, Educ, Prentiss Malone, Suzanne, Bus., Huntsville,Al,irB Maness, Denise, Lib. Arts, Jackson, KA Mar, Han, Bus., University Marinescu, Bogdan, Eng., Tupelo Martin, Mandy, Lib. Arts, Metairie,La,AOn Martin, Michael, Accy., Aberdeen Massey, Amy, Lib. Arts, Natchez, KA Massey, Lyndel, Lib.Arts,Mary Esther,Fl,Ar Matthews, Jason, Lib. Arts, Clarksdale Maxcy, Allyn, Bus., Lambert May, Diana, Bus., Brandon ' i: ' iCi. i? .-- i-«. ■• . ' C ' r- •■ ; ' - -T . ' Lj -, ••■• --ij ■♦!.• ' tl,v v-.v ;vo-. V ' -; _ ' : ■ !»■ . ' ■r-T- W: ' 21 ■t - ' -: -« ' , »- . ♦•L ' VJ .. ?■- •. i TV - l May, Matthew, Accy., Gennantown, Tn Mayfield, Laura, Bus., Clarksdale, AAA McCain, Freyja, Lib. Arts, Jackson McClain, Veronica, Phar. Sch., Terry McClure, Randi, Educ, Slidell, La, AT McConnell, Natalie,Lib.Arts,Gretina,La,AAII McCorkle, Tiffany, Lib. Arts,Columbus,Ar McDaniel, Ronnie, Lib. Arts, Vicksburg, K2 McDavitt, Susan, Accy., Brentwood, Tn, IIB McElroy, Nicole, Educ, Hattiesburg, KA McGee, Melissa, Educ, Blytheville,Ar, AOn McGeehee,Caniille, Lib. Arts, Batesville McGreger, Pamela, Educ, Vardaman McHaney, Beth, Lib. Arts, Bertrand, Mo, M McJunkins, Farris, Accy., Etta McKell, William, Lib. Arts, Horn Lake McKissick, Leigh, Educ, luka, AT McKnight, Eleanor, Bus., Jackson, XQ McLemore, Leanna, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tn McMillan, Beulah, Educ, Newton McNair, Jason, Eng., Jackson, 2X McWilliams, Mary, Accy., Hazlehurst, M Meaders, Kennedy, Lib. Arts, Amory Melton, Janet, Lib. Arts, Oxford Miller, Glenn, Bus., Newton Miller, Mickie, Bus., Mt. Olive Miller, Wendy, Bus., Shrevepoint, La, KA Mills, Elizabeth, Eng., University, AAA Mogridge, James, Eng., Rosephine, La Montani, Laura, Lib. Arts, St.Louis,Mo,ZTA Moore, Albert, Educ, Houlka Morgan, Dolly, Bus., Courtland Morgan, Mary, Lib. Arts, Huntsville,Al,IIB i Morgan, Pamela, Educ, Senatobia Morris, Jimmy, Bus., Tupelo Morris, Michelle, Lib. Arts, Jackson, AAA Murphy, Thomas, Accy., Pelahatchie Murphy, Donna, Lib. Arts, Booneville Myracle, Paula, Educ, Senoia, Ga, M Nabors, Michael, Bus., Batesville, S E Nail, James, Bus., Grenada Naraghi, Hossein, Eng., University Naugle, James,Lib.Arts,lndialantic,Fl,$KT Neo, Woon-Sing, Bus., University Ning, Swee, Bus., University Nix, Jerry, Lib. Arts, University Noble, Douglas, Bus., Indianola, A0 Nored, Amy, Lib. Arts, Greenwood, KA Norton, Brad, Lib. Arts, Oxford Norton,Tifrany, Lib. Arts, Metairie, La,nB Ong, Tee, Bus., University Ooi, Poh, Bus., University Orr, Michael, Accy., Katy, Tx, KT Osborne, Alison, Lib. Arts, New Albany, AT Oswald, Catherine, Lib. Arts, Brandon Outlaw, Mary, Bus., Baldwyn C - 1 t. i Owen, Deanna, Bus., Ripley Pacetti, Vandy, Lib. Arts, University Palmertree, Teresa, Bus., Batesville Pang, Lee, Bus., University Pannell, Donald, Lib. Arts, Byhalia Pannell, Joanna, Lib. Arts, Myrtle parden, Allyson, Lib.Arts,Metairie,La,AOn Parker, Amber, Educ, Crenshaw Parker, David, Lib. Arts, Oxford Parker, Kerri, Bus., Oxford, ZTA Parker, Leslie, Bus., Courtland Parker, Ronald, Lib. Arts, Houston Parson, Kandy, Lib. Arts, LaGrange, Tn Patrone, Tina, Lib. Arts, Memphis, Tn Patterson, Kristen, Bus., Memphis, Tn, KA Peaster, Elizabeth, Bus., Yazoo City, M Pegrim, Lauren, Educ., Memphis, Tn Pendergest, Amy, Educ, Baldwyn Perkins, Darron, Educ, Jackson Perkins, Stacy, Lib. Arts, Batesville Perry, Melissa, Lib. Arts, Oxford, AT Person, Ann, Lib. Arts, Greenwood, Xfl Phillips, Adena, Lib. Arts, Richardson, Tx Pickens, Amy, Educ, Clinton Piquemal, Pascale, Eng., University Pittman, Paulette, Accy., Charleston Poe, Kimm, Lib. Arts, Pearl, M Pope, Allison, Lib. Arts, Columbus, AT Pounds, Laura, Bus., Sikeston, Mo, AAII Powell, James, Lib. Arts, Oxford Powers, John, Eng., Colleyville, Tx Price, Stacye, Lib. Arts, Germantown, Tn Price, Steven, Lib. Arts, Dallas, Tx, X Provence, Brenda, Lib. Arts, Batesville Pugh, Steven, Accy., Oxford Quon, David, Lib. Arts, Lexington Ramsey, David, Lib. Arts, Oxford Raper, Joey, Educ, Mantachie Rasica, Melko, Lib. Arts, University Ratliff, Cavett, Accy., Clinton, $KT Ray, Cynthia, Accy., Memphis, Tn, KKT Reaves, Stacey, Bus., Decatur, Al, AT Reed, Robin, Lib. Arts, Vicksburg Reid, Karen, Lib. Arts, West Point Renfroe, Audra, Lib. Arts, Indianola Renfroe, Pamela, Bus., Oxford Rboda, Sue, Educ, Hernando Rice, Kimberly, Educ, Duck Hill Richey, Melissa, Educ, Senatobia Riley, Bethany, Lib. Arts, Union, Ky Rivers, Martin, Bus., Biloxi Robbins, Spencer, Lib. Arts, University Robbins, Teresa, Educ, Oxford Roberts, Joshua, Bus., University Rogers, Perry, Lib. 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Mannix 152 CLASSES photo by Beth Hinson photo by Natalie Pharr photo by Shelia Fox photo by Krisla Adams CLASSES 153 154 155 m Sfo nt Contents: FootbaU 158 BasketbaU 170 Baseball 180 Track 186 L 158 SPORTS Auburn Rebels Maul Tigers The Ole Miss Rebels defeated the Auburn Tigers in the first game of the season, 45-21 which was the first regular season victory over Auburn in 40 years. The Rebels jumped out in front of the Tigers in the first quarter i and the lead would never be relinquished. f The Rebels scored first on a Marvin Courtney 1 yard plunge getting the first points of the 1992 campaign. Quarterback then hit Germaine Kohn in the same quarter for a touchdown giving the Rebels the 1 4-0 lead. Auburn managed to score in the second quarter on a three yard plunge that was set up by a bomb from Stan White to Orlando Parker. The Rebels utilized the running ability of Cory Philpot, Jeremy Veasley, and Courtney to get the ball close to the endzone all night long. The turning point of the game occurred when defensive end Marquise Thomas hit White and linebacker Cassius Ware took the ball out of the air and rumbled for 9 1 yards and the touchdown. The Rebels never looked back as they totally dominated the Tiger offense and used big plays such as the 45 yard interception for a touchdown by Johnny Dixon. I. The Rebels celebrate the victory. 2. Courtney celebrates after icoring a touchdown. 3. Courtney dives in for the score. ▲ 3 photo by B.J. Mannix SPORTS 159 Kentucky Rebels rip the Cats The Ole Miss Rebels behind Cory Philpot ' s 135 yards defeated the Kentucky Wildcats in Oxford, 24-14. Ken- tucky was troubled all day long by the Rebel defense. The Rebels got on the board early on a Cory Philpot 2 yard plunge. The Rebels got down the field quickly as Marvin Courtney raced from the Rebel 43 to the Wildcat 5. The Rebels scored again before the half ended on a 27 yard field goal by Brian Lee and a Jeremy Veasley 1 yard plunge giving the Rebels the 1 7-0 lead. The Rebel defense kept Kentucky quarterback Pookie Jones on his toes for the rest of the night even though the Wildcats still scored 1 4 points before the game ended. The Rebel defense totally dominated the Kentucky offense by only giving up 244 yards of total offense. " They (the Rebel defense) played outstanding by looking at the sta- tistics, " Brewer said. " We only made a couple of mistakes and we knew it when we made them. " ▲ 1 photo by Andy Staten ▲ 2 photo by Douglas Buchanan ▲ 3 photo by B.J. Mannix 160 SPORTS Vanderbilt Rebels shut out of endzone by Vandy Defense ii. The Ole Miss Rebels were defeated by the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville, 31-9. Although the Rebels moved the ball into Commodore territory several times, they absolutely couldn ' t score. The Rebels got their points off the toe of Brian Lee. Lee managed to score even though the other Rebels could not. The Rebels managed C only to rush for 70 yards in the first half and Shows passed for 91 in which no touchdown points came to the rebels. " " It just seemed like every time we got down there close to the ' . endzone, something went wrong, " Ole Miss guard Everett Lindsay i( said. " You can ' t expect to win games kicking field goals. " 1 The Rebels did little in the second half to get the ball into the endzone. ! Quarterback Russ Shows was sacked five times by the Vandy defense which hindered the Rebel progress. " We had every opportunity in the world (to score), " Coach Billy Brewer said. " We had chances five or six times in the game but never took advantage of what we had. " } ' nirlTiT ml jigiiairiiiii Mit 1 . Randy Karliner is near- ly sacked for a safety. 2. Lee boots one of his three field goals of the night. 3. Jeremy Veasley and Vandy defender go at each other. A 3 photo by Andy Staten SPORTS 161 Memphis State University Rebel defense gives Tigers all they can handle The Ole Miss Rebels defeated the Memphis State Tigers in front of 42,874 fans. The Rebels kept the Tigers out of the endzone and at the time collected its sixth win of the season assuring itself a winning season. " I gave the ball to Coach (Joe Lee) Dunn, " Brewer said. " In this day and age with great offensive teams, to hold them without a touchdown is quite a compliment to him and his staff. " The Rebel defense was everywhere as it sacked Memphis State quar- terback Steve Matthews four times in the first half. Brian Lee got the Rebels first points of the day with a 37 yard field goal. Lee ' s attempt was set up by excellent running by Cory Philpot. The Tigers tied the game very quickly with a 44 yard field goal by Joe Allison thus tying the game at three. The Rebels gave the Tigers ample chance to score on miscues but the Rebel defense was always there to turn them back. The Rebels scored their first touchdown of the night on a three yard dive by Russ Shows. Shows ' run was set up through the excellent running by Philpot, Marvin Courtney, and by a 24 yard pass to tightend Thomas McLeish. The Rebels scored later on a 6 yard pass to tightend Chris Turner. Turner ' s touchdown was his second of his career. A 44 yard pass to Eddie Small moved the ball into scoring position for the Rebels. Memphis State scored the only points of the second half and both were field goals. They used short rollouts to move the ball quickly down the field. Allison hit a 23 yard field goal and a 48 yarder to bring the score to 1 7- 1 2 where it stood the rest of the game. The Tigers had a chance to score late in the game but once again they were turned back by the Rebel defense. Dewayne Dotson ' s pressure of Matthews forced him to hang a pass that was picked off by freshmen Michael Lowrey and re- i x r- u i t ■ c j turned to the Tiger 39. • lowrey is fired The Rebel offense staUed and gave the up after making a big play. Tigers another chance, but were turned 2. Rebel defenders sur- back this time with a Dwayne Amos in- round Tiger receiver. 3. terception. Rebels nd Tigers fight over the loose pigskin. The no. 4 i31- TicCriiiii score as tl toitopilf Jay Barker average a mderecen ir spee Palmer Tl Nay.Tl inter Br ' leballios: :n Slio« jiviigik ei " Al 1 did David, " Bi today beca 4 A 1 photo by Andy Staten «H 162 SPORTS Alabama Alabama proves too strong for Rebels The no. 4 Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Rebels 31-10 in a key West division matchup. The Crimson Tide slowly chipped away at the score as the Rebels were always one step be- hind. " Mississippi was bringing about eight guys up to stop the run all day, " Alabama quarterback Jay Barker said. " We set lots of one on one coverage and when it ' s like that, our talented wide receivers just make my job easier. " Alabama got its first points of the game early in the second quarter on a 22 yard touchdown to their speedy criminal wide receiver David Palmer. This was a combination used by Barker all day. The play was set up after Alabama ' s pimter Bryne Diehl used a terrific roll to stop the ball inside the Rebel 5 at the 2. Quarterback Russ Shows was then intercepted at the 13 giving the Crimson Tide first and ten at the 13. " All I did on that pass was throw it up to David, " Barker said. " I really had a good time today because we came out and threw more than we usually do. " The reason that Barker threw more was because of the tenacious Rebels ' running defense. The Rebels held Alabama to only 83 total yards rushing. The Rebels had a chance to score early in the first quarter as they drove down the field be- hind Cory Philpot and Marvin Courtney. Brian Lee then came out as the drive stalled and missed a 51 yard field goal. Alabama scored again late in the second quarter on a two yard plunge by Derrick Lassie to pull the score to 14-0. The Rebel offense then decided to pull the score closer on a big play. Russ Shows dropped back and hit Eddie Small on a big 53 yard touchdown pulling the score to 14-7 after Lee ' s extra point. Alabama decided that they wanted three more points before the half ended so they added a 28 yard field goal by Michael Proctor giving Al- abama the 1 7-7 lead as the halftime ended. " We were really ready to play in the first of the game, " Rebel comerback Dwayne Amos said. " After they got that punt on the two, and then got the interception, things just started to go their way. " Alabama broke the game open in the third quarter on a one yard plunge by running back Sherman Williams putting Alabama up 24-7. The Rebels drove down the field early in the fourth but couldn ' t get a touchdown. Having to settle for a Brian Lee 32 yard field goal, the Rebels inched at the lead with a 24-10 score. Alabama took the ball later in the fourth and drove down on crisp passes from Barker to his speedy receivers. With first down at the Rebel 4, Williams took the ball on an inside give and raced in for the score ending the game at 31-10. " Alabama ' s very well coached and had a good pass rush, " quarterback Russ Shows said. " We still should ' ve been able to move the ball more, but it just wasn ' t our day and it didn ' t come together. " h SPORTS 163 Louisiana State University Rebels shutout the Tigers Trick or treat? The Ole Miss Rebels gave the LSU Tigers all that they could stand as the Rebels defeated the Tigers 32-0 in Mississippi Memorial Stadium. The Rebel defense again dominated as the Tigers were kept out of the endzone. LSU quarterback Jamie Howard was kept on his toes all night. The Rebel offense didn ' t look too shabby on Halloween night. The first few drives of the night ended without any points, but after Cory Philpot and the Rebels got cranked up there was no turning back. Brian Lee got the Rebels ' first point of the night on a 32 yard field goal. The Rebels also scored on a 5 yard touchdown by quarterback Russ Shows. The Rebels then took advantage of LSU miscues for the rest of the game as linebacker Lynn Ross hit a Tiger running back and Tony Collier moved the ball into Tiger territory at the 43. Shows then hit receiver Germaine Kohn for a 41 yard touchdown pass. Lee added two more field goals to end out the Rebel scoring at 32. The Tigers were shutout by the Rebels for the first time since 1 966. " They (LSU) have an explosive team with a lot of weapons that can hurt you, " Brewer said, " but we were able to shut them down when we had to. " Comerback Dwayne Amos led the Ole Miss defense on the night with two key in- terceptions that moved the ball into Tiger territory for the Rebels. " I was glad to get the ball in position for the offense, " Amos said. " As long as we ' re getting the offense the ball, we know we are getting a chance to win. " Rtbels. He Rebel! Cenaiiel yaiitiiil)! ilieresiofil Joliiiny Dti Sports Wnl Be Rebels Courtnev o teach. Kohadilef telly iced 1 -He ' s a big I logellliefo ItieReWdi Ihegaoeonl Biewetsaid ' " Oneofllie Bttwtsaii liivehadad ▲ 1 photo by And Stale ▲ 2 photo by Andy Statea l.Russ Shows scores for the Rebels. 2. Rebel linebacker Abdul Jackson chases the loose ball. 3. Philpot runs right at the Tiger de- fense. A 3 photo by Andy Staten 164 SPORTS I X t Tulane Rebels Rout Tulane The Tulane Green Wave came into Oxford hoping to trounce the Ole Miss Rebels. The Rebels had other plans though as they toppled them, 35-9. The Rebels scored first on a 26 yard pass from quarterback Russ Shows to Germaine Kohn. The Rebels scored again in the second quarter on a 2 yard run by Shows. Shows was named as the ofTensive player of the game for his performance against Tulane. He scored twice for the Rebels and the Rebel defense did £ the rest of the work. i Johnny Dixon won defensive player of the game from the Mississippi (Sports Writers Association for his 1 3 tackles. Cassius Ware was not far behind him with 1 1. ' I The Rebels scored two more times in the second half as fullback Marvin ; ' Courtney caught a one yard pass from Shows that put the game out of ■ reach. Kohn added another spectacular touchdown on a 65 yard punt return that really iced the game for the Rebels. " He ' s a big play maker for us, " Brewer said. " If you put him in he ' s going to get the football. " The Rebel defense kept the Green Wave out of the endzone for the rest of the game only giving up 226 total yards while only 99 yards were rushing. Brewer said that the crowd was a big reason for the Rebel success. " One of the things that turned the game around was playing at home, " Brewer said. " If this game would have been on the road then we would have had a different result. " photo by Natalie Pharr photo by Natalie Pharr SPORTS 165 Egg Bowl Never say Never, Jackie After last year ' s Mississippi State victory in Starkville, Jackie Sherrill said as long as he was the coach Ole Miss would never beat Mississippi State, but the Ole Miss Rebels fooled him. The Rebels moved up to 19 in the Associated Press Poll and recaptured the Egg Bowl Trophy with a 17-10 victory. " To come home and win six straight games in Oxford, Mississippi is a real key to our season, " Coach Billy Brewer said. " Against all odds we came up with a big win. " Both teams failed to score on their first several possessions, but the Rebel defense led by Chad Brown let the Bulldogs know they were in for a long day. Brown led the Rebels with 1 3 tackles and two sacks. " The first play of the game they gave the ball to the fullback and I stuck him in the mouth letting them know they were in for a bad day, " said Brown. Mississippi State jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the second quarer after a Rebel miscue gave them the ball, first and ten at the Rebel 20. The Rebels then utilized the quickness of runningback Cory Philpot to get the ball inside the Bulldog 10 yard line. Quarterback Russ Shows then hit Marvin Coumey in the endzone for a touchdown. The Rebels got their first lead of the game on a seven yard jaunt by runningback Cory Philpot. After Brian Lee ' s extra point, the score was 14-10. The Rebels added another field goal late in the fourth quarter hopefully putting the game out of reach. Mississippi State had other plans though as they drove the ball quickly down the field. Quarterback Todd Jordan led the Bulldogs down the field with crisp passes, but he was later intercepted by Michael Lowrey. The Rebels then had a chance to chew away at the clock, but Philpot was stripped of the ball at the Rebel 4 giving Mississippi State another shot at the endzone. " I felt like having a great season then doing this would be disappointing, " said Philpot. " Our defense stuck in there and saved us and so here we are. " The Bulldogs were stopped on three plays and gained new life after a Rebel defender was called for pass interference on third and goal. The Bulldogs tried several times to force the ball inside, but were turned back by the Rebel defense. Mississippi State quarterback Greg Plump was hit by Dwayne Dotson making it fourth down. The Bulldogs last hope was thwarted as the fourth down pass went array giving the Rebels the win and the Golden Egg. Toi givi rigl Do the Lii foi eel •••• • •••••• ••« REBELS BUlLDOeS »••• 3TMKOUT$1£FTO I ' DOWN 10 TO GO MU ON OT Top left: Rebel defender Johnny Dixon gives Greg Plump all he wants. Top right: Michael Lowrey and Dwayne Dotson surround Todd Jordan late in the game. Middle: Rebel guard Everett Lindsay picks up the loose ball and runs for yardage. Bottom left: Philpot celebrates after his seven yard touch- down. Bottom right: Marvin Courtney pounds through the line. Liberty Bowl Rebs finish year with a big win over Air Force Cinderella went to the ball during the foot- ball season of 1992-1993 and the band played Dixie all the time. Picked by nearly all preseason analysts to finish in the cellar of the Southeastern Conference ' s Western Division, the Ole Miss Rebels waltzed past the prophets of doom, Jackie Sherill ' s Mississippi State Bulldogs and Liberty Bowl foe Air Force en route to a 9-3 season which sent Shockwaves throughout the college football world. " I have to take my hat off to this Rebel team, " Ole Miss head coach Billy Brewer said following Ole Miss ' 13-0 stuffing of Air Force on Dec. 3 1 in Memphis. " No one gave us much hope of having a winning season and not only did we reach that goal, but we won nine games. This is only the second time in 20 years that has hap- pened. " Ole Miss defeated Air Force using the same formula with which they had held off opponents throughout the entire season — taking an early lead and holding on with defense. Dotson, Ware and Company saw to that all year. " Our goal before every game is to finish with a shutout, " Ole Miss linebacker and Liberty Bowl MVP Cassius Ware said. " I ' ve never won anything like this before. " But Brewer knows all about it. The 1 0-year SEC coaching veteran and dean of the Southeastern Conference corps in 1992 played his patented success-in-adversity game and once again defied the odds and won when losing seemed imminent. " I have never seen a defense at Ole Miss play better than this group has played this year, " Brewer said. " We had some good athletes back when Warner (Alford) and I played but they were all slow. We couldn ' t make the team now. The athletes we have today are amazing. I think we ' re one of the better defensive teams in the country. " Brewer ' s Rebels in 1992 were nothing short of amazing. So was the fact that when Ole Miss defensive back Tony Collier in- tercepted Air Force quarterback Scott Teigen ' s pass late in the fourth quarter to ice the Rebel win, there were exactly 38 seconds left on the game clock. The num- ber 38 was worn on the back of Roy Lee " Chucky " MuUins. " Some strange situations have occured since Roy Lee ' Chucky ' MuUins ' injury, " Brewer said. " It was fitting that after that final interception, there were 38 seconds left for Ole Miss to end the game. " For Ole Miss, 1992 signified the return of greatness through a relentless new defen- sive scheme and the revival of a winning attitude after a lackluster 1 99 1 . It signified what the word Rebel football is all about — success-in-adversity. Kevin Cavender, Daily Mississippian Sports Editor Award Winning Rebels Below: Cassius Ware receives the MVP award after the Liberty Bowl victory over Air Force. Right: Russ Shows accepts the Offensive player of the game award for his performance. 168 SPORTS photos by Andy Stolen Jl SPORTS 169 Rebel Basketball The Rob Evans ' Era Begins The University of Mississippi selected Oklahoma State assistant Rob Evans to succeed Ed Murphy as head basketball coach of the Rebels. Evans was named to the post March 30. " I think this is the right situation and an opportunity that ' s fixing to blossom, " said Evans dunng a press conference held on campus. " The Southeastern Conference, as you know, is one of the toughest leagues in the country, and I think Ole Miss is one of the best jobs in the country. " Ole Miss Athletic Director Warner Alford hailed Evans as " the right man at the nght time. " It was a clear-cut choice that Rob Evans was the man to lead our basketball program, " Alford said. " Not only in recruiting, not only m coaching on the floor, but because of the other areas that he would represent the University of Mississippi off the basketball floor. The credentials Evans brings into his position are impressive. In his 24 years as a collegiate assistant coach, Evans has worked for some of the biggest names in the basketball coaching profession. . . . .„ .- i. For the past two seasons, Evans served as an assistant to Eddie Sutton at Oklahoma State. Dunng his stmt in Stillwater, the Cowboys captured the Big Eight Championship in 1990-1991 with a 24-8 overall mark and were league runners-up in 1991-92 with a 28-8 mark. " Rob brings a lot to the table, " said Sutton. " He is a tireless worker, an outstanding recruiter and a very good coach. He has a great relationship with the players and he is a quality human being. " , u j u • • Evans, 45, made no predictions for the Rebels on the upcoming seaso n. He did, however, promise to work extremely hard, beginning with his first day on the job. „ j , . . j .. .ui " My committment to the administration here is to work hard and give you the best basketbaU program and the best student-athletes that you so richly deserve, " he said. " We are going to hit the ground running. We are only interested in recruiting quahty people that have a committment, not only to bettering themselves basketball-wise, but athletes that are committed to obtaining a quality degree from Ole Miss and becoming productive in this society. " j . The Hobbs N.M., native exceUed at both basketball and baseball at Hobbs High School. His athletic ability was rewarded as he was drafted out ' of high school by the Houston CoUs, now Houston Astros, in the Major League draft. The Dallas Chaparrals of the old American BasketbaU Association, drafted Evans, and the Oakland Raiders of National Football League also made Evans one of their draft picks. Rebel Highlights SPORTS SPORTS 171 k - ■ - il if ' H B ' :y . ' A ' Ml I ff . . ■ ' m " fB - ■1 . ' " h Slammin ' and Jammin ' in 1992 172 SPORTS photos by Andy Staten SPORTS 173 Ole Miss Lady Rebels iij.u 174 SPORTS Top left: B.B. Manuel fires the jumper. Top right: Yolanda Moore takes one up in the lane. Bottom left: Senior Sabrina McNair lays one up. Bottom right: Kacy Wil- liams shoots from ten feet. SPORTS 175 Shootin ' the Lights Out in 1 992 176 SPORTS photos by Andy Slalen SPORTS 177 8 pc; SPORTS 1 79 180 SPORTS i Although the 1 992 Ole Miss baseball team did not make it to the Southeastern Conference Tournament, the Rebels were in the hunt until the final weekend of the season. With a junior and senior laden team, the outlook was high as eight starters returned off a 31-24 squad the year before. For the first time in conference history, the league Tournament was to be held indoors at the Louisiana Superdome. In the newly-expanded SEC, the conference was spht into two, six-team divisions with the top four teams making it to the postseason affair. Things looked promising as the Rebel baseballers sprinted out to a 16-6 mark that included wins over 1992 NCAA Regional participant Minnesota and College World Series entrant Oklahoma. The Rebels reeled off a six-game winning streak during that span, the longest since the 1 989 season, and won four of five on their Spring Break trip to the Houston, Texas area. The Rebels also got off to a fairly good SEC start, winning two of their first five contests in league play. " I felt really good about this ballclub early on, " head coach Don Kessinger said. " I thought we had a chance to be a fine team, and I know that we showed dramatic improvement over the previous season. Especially playing a tough schedule like we did. " After finishing March with a 17-10 overall mark, Ole Miss struggled over the next three weeks winning just seven of 16 contests, although they were still playing well in the SEC, going 4-5 over that time. The Rebels then took two of three from Auburn in Oxford during the last weekend in April and went on a four game winning streak heading into their final two conference series. To make it to New Orleans, the Rebels needed to win two of their final six league games. That would be no easy chore as they had to travel to Mississippi State and Arkansas over the final two weekends. The Rebels were unable to defeat Mississippi State in any of the three games. The Rebels then defeated Arkansas in the first game of the three game series the following weekend and dropped the last two to the Razorbacks. " Injury played a big part to our unraveling, " Kessinger added. " But, I don ' t like saying that because it sounds like an excuse. " The 1 992 squad Usted nine seniors, who never made it to the SEC Tournament, and were one game away from making it in their final year. " I can tell you this, they laid a foundation we can build on in Ole Miss baseball and they worked hard. " Jack Duggan UM Sports Information Rebel Draftees Kenny Carlyle Detroit 4th round Keith Johns St. Louis 6th round Chris Snopek White Sox 7th round Brian Silvia Cincinnati 9th round Brian Maxcy Detroit 20th round Kevin Kessinger Chicago Cubs 22nd round Tommy Luke White Sox N A phuiu by Jue Ellis SPORTS 181 All photos by Nicole Tutor 182 M f ! t M- i ' ' ■ F? » " fL? ; I- n I I ML H H H H V inM , - m IT fe m - r- ift f « J« . B Koftzi illOllli 184 SPORTS SPORTS 185 1992 Rebel Track Fresh Legs Equal Fleet Feet For the 1992 Ole Miss track team, the year was one of rebuilding that saw the bricks go up faster than expected. " We knew we were in a rebuilding year, we knew we had lost a lot of top guns, we knew we were young, but we felt like we got a whole lot accomplished toward our goal of being one of the more competitive teams in the league, " Walker said. With only three seniors on last sea- son ' s team, the young Rebs finished tied for 50th in the NCAA Outdoor Championships and set seven in- door school records. Alvin Haynes led last year ' s team in scoring while garnering Ail- American honors and winning his second Southeastern Conference Championship in the triple jump. Haynes, who Walker described as someone who could always stand up and be counted, participated in both the indoor and outdoor NCAA Championships, finishing fourth in the outdoor competition. He went on to represent his home of Bar- bados in the Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain. Senior team captain Steve Rowland also contributed heavily to the Rebels. As a three time Academic AU-SEC selection, the pharmacy major was the grand example of the student athlete. His athletic ability in multi-event competition took him to new heights in ' 92. Rowland placed sixth in the SEC Indoor Pen- tathlon Championships and was the second highest Rebel finisher at the SEC Outdoor Championships with his fourth place finish in the de- cathlon. Breaking several of the schools decathlon individual event records and coming close to the overall decathlon record held by 1988 Olympian Gary Kinder, Ro- wland also garnered national atten- tion with his selection to take part in an Olympic development camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Cent- er in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Another bright spot for the Rebels was distance runner Pablo Sierra. Sierra, who ran only indoor during the 1991 season, claimed the SEC 5K title, an event that was supposed to be dominated by new conference member and defender of 9 straight NCAA indoor championships. Marquis Sledge UM Sports Information Rebel Highlights n 186 SPORTS Top left: Steve Rowland leaps over a hurdle in the SEC Championships. Top right: Eric Johnson pulls out in front. Middle left: Chris Lampley receives handoff from Donovan Bassett. Middle right: Rebel track team takes a break while competing at the Hot Spring In- vitational. Bottom: Rebel distancers get ready to run. SPORTS 187 1 992 Lady Rebel Track Lady Rebels have Best Year in its History In 1992, the Lady Rebel track pro- gram turned in their best South- eastern Conference record in the program ' s seven year history. The women set seven school records during the indoor season and nine more in the outdoor com- petition. They scored in 10 events at the SEC Championships and had four provisional qualifiers. The Lady Rebs ' captain and emo- tional leader, Betty Collins, fin- ished her collegiate running career in grand style. After returning from a serious knee injury for her senior outdoor campaign, Collins steadily improved and by the outdoor sea- son had shattered the school record in the 100 hurdles and become an NCAA provisional qualifier. Other leadership was provided by juniors Tiwanda Vance and Stacy Hudson. Vance finished fifth in the SEC 800 during the outdoor season and Hudson became the first Lady Rebel to qualify for the NCAA Out- doors in an individual event by meeting the provisional standard of the 400 hurdles. Both Hudson and Vance participat- ed on the highly successful 1600 relay team, which scored in both the indoor and outdoor conference championships, was a provisional NCAA qualifier and set a school record time of 3:36.22. Running with them on the mile relay were Eamestine Slocum and freshman sensation Angela Clay. Clay set a school record in the 400 as she posted the fastest freshmen time of any NCAA Division I per- former at the end of the season and scored in the conference. She added more points to the Rebel cause at the SEC Champiosnhips by scoring in a third event, the 400 relay, where she once again teamed with Hudson and Slocum along with sophomore Kim Ingram. Freshmen Natasha Poularikas was another multiple scorer and record breaker. She scored fifth in the in- door pentathlon and posted points in both the high jump and heptathlon in outdoor competition, setting school records in both out- door events and creating the wom- en ' s multi-event records. " Our women had the finest team Ole Miss has ever had, " Walker said. " We ' ve had a true record- setting season. " Marquis Sledge UM Sports Information Lady Rebel Highlights 188 SPORTS e r Top left: Lady Rebels get ready to run. Top right: Mile relay team gets recognition for their victories. Middle: Bo Boatner, Natasha Pou- larikas, and Sandra Shaw take a break from running. Bottom left: Tiwanda Vance comes down the home stretch. Bottom right: Senior Betty Collins leaps over hurdles at the SEC Championships. SPORTS 189 I Lady Rebel Golfers Front Row: (left to right) Tara Donnelly, Jennifer Sayman, Keil Frassrand, and Jennifer Haley. Top Row: (left to right) Angela Farias, Sarah Britt, Nicole Tutor, and Celeste Nelson. Rebel Golfers Front Row: (left to right) Brandon Silverthom, Nick Brown, John Pinel, Ramsey Day, Tice Vieira, Joe Bonargo, Brian Rowell. Back Row: (left to right) Trey Herron, Tim Cantwell, Justin Hacker, William Power, Coach Larry Wagster, Thad Hudgens, Josh Gunn, and Dow Taylor. I 190 SPORTS I ? - Practice Makes Perfect SPORTS 191 Rebel Tennis Front Row: (left to right) Joakim Appelqvist, Zack Carter, Ivan Trevino, Mike Brown, Jamison Leigh and Charles Meadowcraft. Back Row: (left to right) Coach Billy Chadwick, Ali Hemadeh, Van VanLingen, Josh Bronson, Rami Feneon, Ted Durham, and assistant coach Pete Davis. Left: Senior Ivan Trevino gets ready to return a low serve. Right: Freshmen Remi Feneon delivers a powerful serve over the net to the awaiting opponent. Remi Feneon Ivan Trevino Lady Rebel Tennis LJiDV FiLBEL I Etiiir NCflfl SEC Lady Rebel tennis team (from left to right): Asst. Coach Pete Davis, Lizzie Barnes, Marie Laure Bougnol, Paloma Collantes, Valerie Sprenger, Pascale Piquemal, Holly Baldwin, Sandrine Billat, Meredith Quinn, Rebecca Case, and Head Coach Jeny Montgomery. Left: Marie Laure Bougnol returns the serve. Right; Sandrine Billat sets herself for the re- turn. Bottom left: Pascale Piquemal rushes the net. Bottom center: Paloma Collantes shows why she is rated 1. Bottom right: Lizzie Barnes powers the ball over the net. WW ' M W - i p.. SPORTS 193 Ole Miss Volleyball It does DOtWf Thesf sportii 40 mil Evenl The 1 992 Ole Miss Lady Rebels: (seated: left to right): Head Coach John Blair, Assistant Coach Michelle Whitby- York, Trainer Steve Shipman. Standing: (left to right): Karen Hawkey, Lisa Yensen, De Luster, Jeannie Lane, Kate Ditolla, Amy Kerbow, Shae Powell, and Rachelle Paul. 194 Photo by Andy Stolen Photo by Andy Staten Ole Miss Rugby Celebrating its 20th Anniversary It doesn ' t matter if it rains, sleets, or snows, the Ole Miss Rugby club will be practicing. Though not well known, the Ole Miss Rugby team celebrates its 20th Anniversary this semester. The sport is played year around in 2 seasons, fall and spring. It ' s best described as a full contact sporting event that is a cross between soccer and football with a game consisting of two non-stop 40 minute halves. Pads aren ' t allowed, only mouthpieces. Even though the team is in rebuilding stages it shows great potential. Ben " Metal " Erase Diehard Rugby Player s I i Top left: Chance Jones passes to Brian Goldyon. Top right: John Drennan, Allen East, Chandresh Patel, Jeremy Chulmers, and Jason Mahone take a break after a big match. Bottom left: Geoffy and Ben Brase tackle Fred Gar- ner. Bottom right: Rugby team gets ready for the opening play. SPORTS 195 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders include: (1 to r):Daniel Frank, Steve Moore; Alex Moore, Ron Woods; Tracey Hunt, Darrell Hunt; Kyle Davis, Josh Prather; Melanie West, Keith Weiner; Cheri Burdge, Fred Casper; Shannon Watkins, Will Devening Varsity Cheerleaders(front 1 to r): Christine Batts, Lissa Lowe, Renee Jones, Dana Killeen, Hope McKittrick, Renee Thallemer, and Wendy Reed. Back(l to r): Dennis Craven, Frank Lenoir, Sean Gallagher, John Piovarcy, David Redmond, and Heath Peterson. I 196 SPORTS Ole Miss Cheerleaders Cheerleaders place sixth in the country The Ole Miss cheerleaders placed sixth in the country in this year ' s College National Cheerleading Championship that is sponsored by the United Cheerleading Associa- tion. These athletes work very hard all year around to help lead the Rebels to victory. The cheerleaders spend three hours a day, three days a week preparing routines and stunts to help get the Rebel fans fired up. It takes a lot of athletic ability to do what these ath- letes do. Gymnastics is a key to be- coming a good cheerleader. They are also known as stunt people. They place their lives in the hands of their friends to catch them if they happen to fall off one of the human pyramids. They also have what they call the basket toss. This basket toss is very dangerous because one of the female cheerleaders is thrown nearly 25 feet into the air. They all trust each other to be there and protect each other from injury. The cheerleading team is made up of three squads: the varsity, the junior varsity, and Johnny Reb. Each squad has its own job to do. The Junior Varsity cheers at the Lady Rebel basketball games as well as football games. The Varsity cheers at the Rebel basketball games and the football games. Then there ' s Johnny Reb. He can be found just about anywhere. Johnny Reb appeals to all people whether young or old. He always brightens the day of a young person with just his presence. The older people enjoy him because he makes them laugh by the crazy things he does. All the squads perform at pep rally ' s, parades, and at alumni functions. They are better known as a support team for all the athletic teams. They are always around. Several of the cheerleaders went to Las Vegas and performed in the Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon. These cheerleaders work very hard, and they really care about the people around them. Help them lead the Rebels to VICTORY. A 1 photo by Andy Staten 1 . Johnny Reb plans to kick the ball instead of the Tiger. 2. You are in a mess, aren ' t you? 3. Battle M flag waves to the Rebel crowd after a Rebel victory. 4. Renee Thallemer stands high above the Rebel crowd at Bama. Tom . Wn loFF AWiMsirs 6MF. ¥t ▲ 2 pholo by Andy Staten A 3 pholo by Mrs. Rogers ▲ 4 photo by B.J. Mannix SPORTS 197 4 « « ft O 1 » » » « » . » 4 »»►» ' «.. « • • REBELETTES Mgiir V • ■ ■ ■ ' ■ r » » » ' • • »_ .» • » . r »■ »• ' » o t ft « 1 . 9 ' Members are: Joy Downer, captain; Kim Jordan, captain; Laurie Long, co-captain; Angela McDaniel, co-captain; Julie Highfill, co-captain; other members are Melissa Sims, Rebecca Cole, Caroline Still, Ali Allen, Dara Homes- burger, Vanessa Winkler, Vanessa Ogden, Diane Maroon, Tonya Kennedy, Laurie Honeycutt, and Wendy Mauney. ' V V r c O D V 4 W • 4 photo by Andy Slaten photo by Chnstte Winters ft»« «»»»»»» ,»• «3 1 » » V _ ► ft • e Mia c ( ymdd6 id IP - -I % 1.1 as fea t iir.i j;j jfr.3JU , ? «s ism m M Intramurals S 200 SPORTS Mens AAA Women Punt, Pass, and Kick Steve Faulkhener Lizzie Barnes Mens AAA Women OofBaU Kappa Sigma Alpha Delta Pi Mens AAA Women PicklebaU It ' s Ours Delta Delta Delta Mens AAA Women Field Goal Kicking Ben David Julia King Mens AAA Home Run Derbv Lackin ' One Mens AAA Distance Swim Kilted Yaks Mens AAA Women T rack and Field Sigma Chi Phi Delta Theta Chi Omega Mens AAA Mens AA Women Flap Football Sigma Chi Champho-fmque Kappa Epsilon Mens AAA Women Golf Charles Alexander Theresa Hutchinson Mens AAA Women Dash in the Dark Charles Gadd Danielle LaGerda Mens AAA Mens AA Women RacquetbaU Singles Ronnie McKinney David Seuzeneau Debbie Quarles Mens AAA Mens AA Women Racquetball Doubles Hardin Sharp Norman Nicholas Whitwe Bames Mens AAA Mens AA Women VoUevball Nettin Better CG and the Fatboy Alpha Delta Pi Mens AAA Mens AA Women Soccer Sigma Nu Ball Kickers Delta Gamma Mens AAA Mens AA Women Badminton Singles Yew Wei Liong Joey Flynt Lizzie Barnes Mens AAA Mens AA Women Badminton Doubles Liong Liong Snell Beard Barnes Doe Mens AAA Mens AA Women Schick Superhoops Phi Delta Theta Vertically Challenged II Delta Delta Delta SPORTS 201 BBHHH ' f tO l HaU of Fame 204 Honor Societies 212 Who ' s Who 232 . ■ " r C -■ --ri - I. ■ .v t Halt of Fai -t; i%i i ,?r-- _ i-- ' „ " " IHP . Lane Davis Qo(den .-le daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stan and Laney Golden of Murphreesboro, TN, Lane has maintained a 3.87 grade point average in Igeneral business. She served as the first female president of the school of business administration, president of Delta Sigma Pi, and president of Alpha Lambda Delta. Lane has also been inducted into Phi j toicron Delta Kapp MfiUgar-Board, Beta Gramma Sigma, and Gamma Iota Sigma. :«BSfiHlB!Ql ffisiC?; t 204 HONORS V. ' i3 .. V Hoff of Fd , . to . -.. tH :.Jii ' fu: ' »■ Perry Denoa Howfeins The son of Mr. and Mrs. John and EarllSe Hawkins of Water VaUey, MS, Perry has ma intained a 2.53 grade point average in engineering. He served as ASB Senate-Student Affairs Chairman, Black Student Union Vice president, National Society of Black Engineers president, and as an Inter HaU Council representative and secretary. He is a member of Phi Beta Sigma, Amencan Institute of Chemical Engineers, and the Black Concerns Comngi ■wr amivmm - 205 HONORS --t- 5 - .-- ' ' . ' % ' . • fe» - xii ' e V - ' ■• .4 V ' {r ■• ■«? ' — I l.. - x- ti. Hatt of Fame li - -mq v,:. --, A-e vs5 ' " mmH ,: • ' f- ' Sl l • -n Step fienuSu (as Johnston hhe son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Johnston of Jackson, MS, Stephen has maintained a 3.67 grade point average in Banking and pinance and Managerial Finance. He served as Associated Student Body president, Lambda Sigma president, and on the Student Body President Council. Stephen has also been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, is a Hearin-Hess Scholar, and a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. 206 HONORS M7n Moita forUi I Denise Vickers Maness The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve and Lulu Maness of Jackson, MS, Denise maintained a 3.03 grade point average in history. As a member of the ASB Cabinet, Denise served as director of Student Development and director of School Spint. She is a member of the Mortar Board, Lambda Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Pre-law Society, and Omicron Delta Kappa. Denise also serves as a news reporter ; for U92 and as an Ole Miss Diamond Darting |3S. HONORS 207 ■:.i.- t ; Hott of Fai ' . . I | - ■ ' f ' r. 5 V Ekanor Leigh McKmgk llhe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Sandra McKnight of Jackson, MS, Leigh has maintained a 3.97 grade point average in business Administration. She has served as Mortar Board president, Phi Eta Sigma president, and ASB senator. Leigh has also served on the Dean ' s Search Committee and Business Advisory Committee. She is a member of Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Order of Omega4. Hi0:on Delta Kappa, the H iOT Program, and is a Hearin-Hess Scholar. )8 HONORS fehi , " t« . ' -i:.- •Yt: -v Wendy BWia hh MiOer The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton A. Miller of Shreveport, LA, Wendy has maintained a 4.0 grade point average in Marketing. She has served as president of Kappa Delta sorority, and as Vice-President, Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer of the Ole Miss Pre-law Society. She has been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, the Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta and the Golden Key Honor Society. ______ " " " lONORS 209 ■jt:- ' t ' •-- • ' -i ' -•A ' A Hi MTmr . ' v = .y.N. ■- -- ■ ' J M ' ■ r ' WM r : ' rr O » J ' f A ■V ' " ' " ..- ' ' flison Lonev Pof)c The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis and Carolyn Pope of Columbus, MS, Allison has maintained a 3.4 grade point ave rage in mathematics. She serves as Mortar Board Vice president and Executive Assistant to the ASB President and Vice president. She has been inducted into the Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Golden Key-. fltojalHonor Society, Omicron Delta Kapga hiEtaSigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Lambda Sigma. 210 HONORS Thomas Hidwin Re The son of Mr. Ed Rester and Mrs. Glenda Rester of Ackennan, MS, Thomas maintained a 3.92 grade point average in psychology. He is a member of the Wesley Foundation, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Order of Omega, and Omicron Delta Kappa. He serves on the United Methodist Higher Education and Campus Ministry Committee and on the Statewide Wesley Foundation Mission Team. Thomas was inducted into Phi Ka ppa Phi, Lambda Sigma, Mortar Board, and the Honors Program. HONORS 211 : - « ,. _. ' .V ♦ . -.X . C-. - . ' it ' - ' -Ha ' - ' ;-. ■!! .•- . Pfti Kappa Pfii The University of Mississippi ' s Highest Honorary The National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, founded in 1897, was originated by a group of students who felt the need to recognize shcolarship in all disciplines. The society was soon transformed into a national organization by action of a committee composed of the presidents of the University of Maine, the University of Tennessee, and Pennsylvania State College. The University of Mississippi chapter was chartered in May 1959, as the 77th chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. Today there are approximately 250 chapters in 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Phillipines. To qualify for membership, undergraduates must be seniors or second-semester juniors with high standards of scholarship and character. Graduate students and students of professional schools must have dis- tinguished records placing them among the ablest in their classes. Faculty members must have made significant contributions to their disciplines. Philosophia Krateito Photon: Let the love of learning rule mankind. 1992-1993 Pfii Kappa Phi Officers President, Jean M. Shaw, President Elect, Jay K. Johnson: Vice President. Conny E. Parham; Vice President, Timothy L. Walsh: Secretary, Euphiazene B. Gray: Treasurer, Dale L. Flesher, Executive Committee, Brenda J. West and Tom Dewey, II; Immediate Past President, Gerald W. Watson. 212 HONORS Abcrai Arts obert Canada imes Chandler hi-Chen Chung san Clancy obert Davis rendan Engen ori Evanson [argaret Haire obert Hamilton, III VAX Harney obert Herzfeld eila Kalka anielle Lagerda homas Ligon.III landy Martin llyson McCoUum onna Murphy yle Murrah imes Naftel lichael Pang obert Pulliam licah Roberts lizabeth Romines ajaram Sabapathy Icott Sartin my Stames aker Stewart argaret Tharp Latherine Vestal Joseph Westmoreland pallas Younce Liberal Arts alerie Bates iolly Brzeczek ' atrick Daily Melissa Ellis Dudley Freeman III k ictoria Gimma DanielHabeeb (ason Hardage [Douglas Harkins JCatheryn Hays pail Heimer Leigh-Ann Higgins parson Hughes, Jr. Martha Jones Stephanie Lindley Donald Losordo Leanna McLemore Shara Morrison Fredrick Olive William O ' Mara Ann Person James Powell Karen Reid Thoams Rester, Jr. Vivki Rial Sean Roberts Mery Russ Allison Sample William Smith David Stoltz Jennifer Sundberg Angela Turner 1992 Ftttt Initiates Business Education Engineering Elizabeth Bowen Mary Katherine Hovious Chyn Sheng Ker Liang Soon Koh Kok Chew Leong Hock Wah Lim Keng How Lim Mabel Kee Sin Lim Seng-Guan Lim Tara Lofton James Nail, Jr. Gia Yann Ng George Paganos Jana Rosenbaum Wai Kien Tang Hock Seng Teoh Philip Tew Ai Ling Toh San San Tok David Wages Henry Webb, III William Yates, III Accountancy Shonda HoUomon Elise Montgomery Edward Ratliff Jason Scroggins Jill Underwood Gerald Warren Kristin Weir Angela Wells Sandra Wilson Tara Atchison Kathleen Gardner Leticia Hodge Nancy Patton Vivian Richey Cheryl Ross Norma Sheilds Amanda Simpson Sandra Wilson Mary Barnes Gan Kee Chew Joseph Dowdy William Genetti Kurt Gutensohn Mary Lantrip Pay Chuan Lim Amy Rowell Peng Yung Say Pharmacy Graduate Samantha Knie Leah Meadows Billy Sanders Tonya Shakelford Scott Suhor James Tinsley Joy Wansley Yinxiu Cai Shannon Carter Peggy Duncan Patsy Eads Paula George Scott Higginbotham Kenneth Ivey Gary Johnson Melissa Lewis Kenneth Ivey Gary Johnson Melissa Lewis 1992 Jennifer Westbrook George White Barry Wicktom Caroline Wilbome Helen Wruck Accountancy Amy Blackburn Fung Cheung Leslie Comer Denis Craven Kevin Ferguson Laura Foster Christopher Leopold Catherine Lester Kimberly Mayo Karen Pickell Holly Sappington David Simcox Daniel Zebrowski Education Lora McClure Clara Rhonda Victoria Wolf Spring Initiates Business Graduate Elizabeth Alexander Derek Berry Hui-Fung Chai Pamela Chase Eng Choon Goh Lane Golden Stephen Johnston Kwai-Weng Lee Jennifer Long George White Barry Wicktom Caroline Wilbome Helen Wruck Engineering Siraj Akhtar Michael Blossom Chiung-Jung Chien Nada Sami El-Oueini Yang Hong Heng Chong Yee Kang Ahmed Yasseen Hao Zheng Charlotte Alexander Mark Aloia Leslie Banahan Ralph Braseth, Jr. Mildred Brown Nancy Calcutt Rajat Chaudhuri Yolanda Curry Susan Duke Valerie Galloway Sandra Grisham Linda Herring Yuan-Her Robin Hwang Venkatesan Kavanoor Ming Hung Lam Amarendra Madugula Scott McAuley David McCaffrey Kevin McKay Joyce Miller Sai Poovala Anna Quinn Vadhindran Rao David Ross Arlene Sindelar Wei Wei Faculty Joanne Hawks Law James Cahill, III Lisa D ' Ambrosia Katherine Evans Sherry Moore John Trotter YanLi Brian Marx Barbara Mashbum Elizabeth Moors Evelin Page Frances Ralston Francisco Simoes Paula Stark Patricia Terry Charles Waller Junko Watanabe Pharmacy Mary Bobb Pamela Gibson Michelle Mellenger Wimberly Reeves Jeffery Roux HONORS 213 tnlcrorj eCta Kap Officers President Leigh Kay Lucas Vice-President Suzanne Malone p - - k Secretary Dr. Judy Trott -r Treasurer Michael Scott Huffines m, - ' %t M OAK phcio hy Natalie Pharr Omicron Delta Kappa, founded December 3, 1914 at Washington and Lee University, places emphasis upon the whole person, both as a present member of his college community and as a prospective contributor to a better society. The Society believes that while good scholarship and intellectual development are the chief objectives of college years, the life of the mind is not the only life students will have to cope with as a result of their college experience. It is not enough to be merely a " scholar " — other indispensable qualities have to be cultivated also. Students and faculty members have to more clearly understand that the self is truly a composite of the hand, the heart, and the spirit as well as the mind. Omicron Delta Kappa believes that the real search for truth, the promotion of good will, the development of consideration and understanding, good taste, and a sense of humor, learning how to get along and cooperate with others, and the assumptions of duty and responsibility, are important lessons and personal qualities which one learns and develops through an integrated program of academic and extracurricular education. Members of Omicron Delta Kappa are selected in areas of achievement in scholarship, atheletics, campus or community service, social and religious activities and campus gov- ernment, journalism, speech, and the mass media, and the creative and performing arts. 214 HONORS photo by Natalie Pharr sity, flity pod feof liege eto [the croD the ning ility, han ship, Elizabeth Alexander Megan Alford Cynthia Amisano Mike Blossom Ktelyn Brown Cherry Busby Melisse Campbell Pamela Chase Anne Cockfield Tiffany Curtis Dean Dedman Nancy Donelan Douglas Duncan Tony Gaines Jason Gamer Lane Golden Kimberly Guy Heather Hamilton Kristi Hanor Scott Harney Amy Harrison Mary Catherine Hovious Michael Huffmes Lain Hughes Stephen Johnston Libbie Kakales Sheila Kalka Carole Kloha Cristy Lynn La Sota Allen Ligon Jennifer Long Leigh Lucas Anne McKinney Leigh McKnight Suzanne Malone Denise Maness Mandy Martin Kim Mayo Philip Merideth Wendy Miller Mike Orr Tucker Person Alhson Pope Cindy Ray Stacey Reaves Shannon Reed Missy Reid Eddie Rester Brian Roberson Sims Rogers Scott Sartin David Simcox Ruth Allison Simon Allen Smith Stephen Sparks Marth Slansel Keith Thompson Everette Verhine HONORS 215 Rick) ' -to tehelto Currently, in its 27th year on the Ole Miss campus, the Gamma Beta Phi Society is a national honorary recog- nizing excellence in scholarship and stressing the impor- tance of service and of the development of character. The 1 2th chapter to receive a charter in the United States, the Ole Miss chapter of Gamma Beta Phi actively supports local charities and works with local schools through tutor- Officers President Missy Reid Vice- President Karen Cole Recording Secretary Paula Goodman Points Secretary Rachel Reid Corresponding Secretary Laura Bonner Treasurer Sims Rogers ing and donations. . .in an effort to foster and desseminate education. In 1 992-1 993, the chapter also boosted two state officers, the state President and the state Secretary. The Ole Miss chapter also consistently receives the National Dis- tinguished Chapter Award, one of the highest awards which can be bestowed upon a Gamma Beta Phi Chapter. LisaClii)« to Com DailaDiv; lanDobl InjidEiil GlonaGa CBi8erG( lamGrc loyHam kyHer UinHuf ■--? ' V i ' y ::.r ¥- ' ? ii . i ' ' ' - l- 5 ' V taucCri liteaGa HtleHi .;- ' ..-S?:v- 216 HONORS ,1 attima Members: Beth Abdo Ricky Amisano Rachel Arnold Susan Bonifield Kimberly Brackett Stephen Brown Bethany Carlisle Shannon Chelette Lisa Chow Kim Cornish Darla Divan Tara Dobbins Brigid Eubanks Gloria Gates Ginger Gordon Larry Greene Margaret Haire Kristi Hanor Carla Hardee Joy Harris Amy Herring Lain Hughes Sheila Kalka l lhris Adair ' alerie Boyd mgela Burcham lebecca Bums Lmanda Busby ennifer Colditz luzanne Cranston ! ale Dunahoo Cristie Fiveash lebecca Gates Michelle Hill ri Holt Katie Kennington Tricia Kopf Danielle LaGerda Mandy Mendoza Michelle Miller Wendy Miller Lisa Moore Randi McClure Joseph McGowin, Jr. Nici Nichols George Paganos Michael Pang David Parker Natalie Pharr Karen Pickell Betty Ponder Greg Powell Leslie Price Elizabeth Propes Susan-Lee Rice Brett Robbins Mark Rogers Karen Rolling Fatt 199Z Inductees Chad Hutchinson Ellen Kadlec Michelle Kemm Rusty Lockhart Clark Love Jackie Lyon Natalie McConnell David McElreath Jennifer Miller Katherine Murphy Andre Nguyen D. Perrin Roten Elizabeth Romines Cynthia Ruiz Suzanne Sanders Brian Sanderson Brad Scott Jennifer Sekul Wayne Shaw Ashlye Shoemake Gary Smith Cricket Stephens Robert Stokes Sean Sullivan Mary Suman Melissa Swetland Susan Symons Leigh Vandiver Kim Waddell Andrea Wainwright Melinda Whitten Allison Williams Kenneth Wolfe Jill Wood Kathy Yerger Joe Sams Christy Seematter Casey Simmons Todd Smith Gwen Stanton Amy Stephens Salley Townsend Jennifer Traughber Joy Wan- Wendy Warriner Heather Williams Shirley Wiygul HONORS 217 Qoiden Ke . ' - Photo by Natalie Pharr The Golden Key National Honor Society was founded at Georgia State University on November 29, 1977. Membership is extended to the top fifteen percent of all juniors and seniors. This interdisciplinary society seeks to recognize the top students in all courses of study. Golden Key honors its members each year with an induction ceremony and reception. Officers: President, Eddie Rester; Vice-President, Missy Reid and Katharine Vestal; Corresponding Secretary, Anne Cockfield; Recording Secretary, Sims Rogers; Treasurer, David Harper; Advisors, Dr. Natalie Schroder and Dr. Ronald Schroder. Krista Adams Jonathan Adkins Pamela Allen Elizabeth Allison Amy Anderson Rachel Arnold Kristy Baker Michael Bates Veronica Bejar Derek Berry William Bingham Amy Blackburn Tanya Borrell Thomas Brabyn Kara Brantley Stephanie Breaux Lucy Brewer Sarah Britt William Bronson III Harriet Bryan Holly Brzeczek Cynthia Bumey Christa Campbell Robert Canada John Cantrell II Michael Carraway, Jr. Kevin Cavender Ming-Ching Chai Kevin Chandler Kelly Chandler Leigh Ann Chaney Chinug-Jung Chein Wai-Mean Chin Yuin Long Chin Heather Cobb Anne Cockfield Jennifer Cockroft James Coggin Sarah Coleman Danette Corder Martha Craft Dennis Craven Janice Cross Dosha Cummins Patrick Daily Traci Davis John Dawson Darla Divan Jacqueline Doiron Nancy Donelan Joseph Dowdy Rachel Dunn William Dyer Lee Easterwood William Edmonson Brandt Eichman Harry Eielson Leslie Evans Peter Fan Kevin Ferguson Tanya Fortenberry Chad Franks Stephen Frazier Dudley Freeman 111 Andrea Gaddo Anthony Gaines Kathleen Gardner Mark Gardner Victoria Gimma Monroe Ginn Patrick Ginn Stephanie Goggans Eng Choon Goh Julie Golden Lane Golden Paula Goodman Cathy Grace John Grisson Kurt Guttensohn Margaret Haire Jo Ann Hancock Kristi Hanor Jason Harper Cynthia Harrison Lis Haynes Kathryn Hays Penny Heard Victoria Hercher Shonda HoUomon Clarke Holmes IV Karen Honeycutt Barbara Hovey Lea Ann Hughes Jennifer Ingram Maylon Jackson Sundra Jarrell Mary Jean Jennings Mark Jobe Mary Johnson Marty Jones Sheila Kalka Chong Yee Kang Kok Hui Kaw Nina Keams Tommy Keeton Jennifer Kelly Melinda Klotz Danielle LaGerda Jane Lampton Nina Lancaster Jacqueline Lancles Kimberly Langston Mary Lantrip Kwai-Weng Lee Learn- Wee Lee Lee Swee Lee Suk Yee Rosiland Lee Tracie Lee Catherine Lester Pay Chuan Lim Seng-Guan Lim Marlene Lockett Sen Wei Loke Jennifer Long Laurie Long Julie Lord Donald Losordo Gin Low Melissa Majovski Alicia Maley James Mallette 111 Elizabeth Marsh Brenda Martin Laura Martin Michael Martin Karen Massengill Robb Massengill Jennifer Mattingly Kimberly Mayo Gayle McCaa Ashley McComb Jennifer McDonald Cindy McGregor Elenor McKnight Leigh Anne McKissick Floyd Melton III Michelle Miller Wendy Miller Elizabeth Mitchell Elise Montgomery Timothy Moore Shara Morrison Patricia Mothershead Suppiah Muniandy Kourtney Munster Toni Nadlicki James Nail, Jr. Kah-Pheng Dominic Ong Jennifer Pace George Paganos Mary Parks Bradley Pate Stacy Perkins Melissa Perry Ann Person Kimberly Poe Elizabeth Ponder Allison Pope Jennifer Potts Lynn Powell Bryan Pruden Joey Raper Melko Rasica Cynthia Ray Kendal Reed Karen Reid Thomas Rester, Jr. Pamela Richey Elizabeth Romines Lynda Rosenthal Alex Ruxton Rajaram Sabapathy Joseph Sams IV Gordon Sanford III Jennilyn Shadbum Jeffery Showah Casey Simmons Eugene Simmons, Jr. Amanda Simpson Clint Sims Harpinder Singh Philip Smith Rachel Smith Shellee Smith William Smith Samuel Song Regina Spencer Andrea Stanphill Baker Stewart Jon Stone Sharlene Storey Lara Streete Regan Stribling Puei LingTan Sekgee Tan Kimberly Taylor Hock Seng Teoh Philop Lee Tew Margaret Tharp Christopher Thompson Keith Thompson Kristi Thome Wei-Hong Thye Ginger Todd Ai-ling Toh San-San Tok John Travis JuUe Tumma Joo Sung Uh Jill Underwood Katharine Vestal Megan Viox David Wages Michael Walshe Jr. Jeff Warren Jennifer Weeden Ronnie Weems, Jr. Kristin Weir Mary Werby Donna West Kristin West Dana White Barry Wicktom Rachel Wielgosz Angela Wilson Christine Wilson Jeffery Wilson Sharon Wilson Soo Pei Wong Leslea Wood Shannon Wulff Steven Wyatt Mary Jo Yarbrough William Yates III Cheng- Yeow Yeap Keng Leong Yeo Thean-Choong Yong Webster Younce Fulton Young III San Peng Yun I 218 HONORS Mortar Board . h3 ' Established originally as a national women ' s honor society, Mort ar Board is one of the highest senior honor groups for both men and women. Tassels, the local chapter, has been active on the Ole Miss campus since its founding in 1930. With a 40 member hmit, Mortar Board selects members based on leadership, scholarship of at least a 3.0 GPA, and service. Mortar Board is an organization that challenges the individual to provide thought- ful leadership to the campus and community, to create an environment of effective communication and to move toward the improvement of the status of men and women. Officers: Leigh McNight, president; Allison Pope, Vice President; Robert Herzfeld, Secretary; Betty Ponder, Treasurer; Eddie Rester, Elections; Ruth Simon, Publications; Scott Sartin, Alumni Rep- resentative. Advisors: Dr. Colby Kullman, Dr. Faye Gilbert, Dr. Mary Stuckey. Dr. Joanne Hawks, Admin- istrative Liason. Elizabeth Alexander Megan Alford Michael Blossom Stephanie Breaux William Bronson, III Tiffany Curtis Dean Dedmon Anthony Gaines Walter Gamer Lane Golden Daniel Habeeb Joy Harris Kathryn Hays Robert Herzfeld Carson Hughes, Jr. Mary Jackson Stephen Johnston Sheila Kalka Thomas Ligon, III Jennifer Long Leigh Lucus Denise Maness Eleanor McNight Wendy Miller William O ' Mara Micheal Orr George Paganos Ann Person Elizabeth Ponder Allison Pope Cynthia Ray Thomas Rester, Jr. Mary Russ Scott Sartin Ruth AlHson Simon Jennifer Sundberg John Thompson George White William Yates HONORS 219 Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Gamma Sigma is a national scholastic honor society in the fields of business administration and accountancy. Beta Gamma Sigma chapters may be chartered only in those schools of business and accountancy accredited by the American Assembly of Col- legiate Schools of Business. To be eligable for Beta Gamma Sigma membership, students must rank in the top five percent of the junior class, the top ten percent of the Senior class, or in the top twenty percent of those students receiving masters degrees. Students who have completed all requirements for the doctoral degree conferred by a school of business or accountancy are also eligible for membership in Beta Gamma Sigma. The purposes of Beta Gamma Sigma are to encourage and rec- ognize scholarship and accomplishment amoung students of busi- ness administration, to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in all aspects of life. Officers: President: James A. Nail Vice-President: Daniel C. Zebrowski Faculty Advisor, Secretary Treasurer: Edgar W. Wood 7 I pholo by Tucker Person 1 I i Anne Anderson Ming-Ching Chai Pamela Chase Dennis Craven Dean Dedmon Kevin Ferguson Rebecca Gates Eng Choon Goh La ne Golden Chapel Harcrow Michael Harrington Mary Catherine Hovious Jodi Jefcoat Antonia Kafouros Catherine Lester Jennifer Long Kimberly Mayo Bradley Miller James A. Nail Mary Catherine Outlaw Elizabeth Peaster Karen Pickell Edward Ratliff Cynthia Ray Shannon Reed Jeffery Showah Krista Shumpert David Simcox Ruth Allison Simon Tina Stone Sek-Gee Tan Wai Kein Tang Phillip Tew Scott Verhine Gerald Warren Foo Yeow Yap Daniel Zebrowski urn loHkBri! Pilnck !m InmifetColil Stmi Dosit loii ' Giii Heimii lii[Ko JitaiyRel toSniiiJ bill jfcAikiisoi " ' Bieiei ftiMq »PtaieBil( ■ ' ■■Bffl ?4 feoler ..JplieiDi 220 HONORS Atjpfjg Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is a national freshman honor society whose purpose is to encourage superior scholastic achieve- ment among students in their first year in institutions of higher education. Students inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta must have attained a 3.5 GPA. Officers: President, Amy Herring; Vice-President, Crymes Pittman; Secretary, Rick Dye; Treasurer, Shannon Kelly; Historian, Chad Hutchinson. Photo by Natalie Fharr. Fall 1992 Jonathan Briggs Patrick Burnett Jennifer Colditz Steven Dossett Low Gin Brian Herrmann Lung Ko Seng-Gvan Lim Sajeev Menon Kimberly Reliford Alice Smith Jennifer Wiemann Say Peng Yun Spring 19 92 Jeanne Abraham Fran Abraham Debra Ainsworth Saili Anderson Mike Atkinson Hoda Baeshen Jennifer Bailey Justin Baker Stephanie Balderson Charles Barrett Antonia Beavers Christa Bennington Timothy Bert Donald Bevis, Jr. John Bissell Susan Blanton Katherine Bomboy Susan Bonifield John Bonnette Catina Brandon David Bridgers Rebecca Bums Barry Campbell Bethany Carlisle Thomas Childress Melanie Chow Catherine Cimon Candi Clower Heather Cobb Rebecca Cole Haley Collier Leigh Ann Darby Chistopher Davis Kyle Davis Lisa Davis Russell Davis Jeffery DeGarmo John Denley Rick Dye Kimberly Easterling Robert Edgar, Jr. Brigid Eubanks Jennifer Eversmeyer Margaret Ferris Cindy Fong Shane Foshee John Gerrie Michael Gilliland Ginger Gordon Henry Greaves Jennifer Griffis Stacey Guthrie Mark Gultenson Jeramy Hales Martin Hall Ryan Hall Carla Hardee Debbie Hawkins Ann Henry Amy Herring Brian Hicks Joanna Holland Kathleen Hollingsworth Lori Holt Jason Honeycutt Elizabeth Huff April Hughes Elliot Hutchcraft Chad Hutchinson Curry Hyde Anna Johnson Heather Johnson Shelia Johnson Hank Jones Jennifer Jones Amanda Keith John Keith Shannon Kelly Elizabeth Kennington Muhammad Khan Roben Khayat, Jr. Patricai Kopf Amy Kotouc Tara Lacey Hope Ladner Cathy Ledbetter David Ley Marhta Long Nicole Ixng John Love III Clarck Mackey Tara Mathis Mollie McCool David McElreath Brendon McLeod Rebecca McRae William McRae. Jr. Mandy Mendoza Charles Merkel Meg Michaels Brenda Miles Tara MiUis Jennifer Miller Margaret Monroe Natalie Montgomery Lisa Moore Jason Nabors Lori Nelson Craig Nichols Robert Norris Samuel Norris, Jr. David Nystrom Dana O ' Donnell Patrick O ' Mara Eric Overstreet Lydia Patterson Michael Perry Natalie Pharr Courtney Phillips James Phillips Crymes Pittman Brad Pitzer Bill Ponder Emily Pots Leslie Price Elizabeth Propes Kurt Rademacher Marion Reddoch Jerry Redmond, Jr. Bethany Reed Wendy Reed William Rhodes Penny Rice JuUe Richardson Todd Richardson Jo Carol Robinson Mark Rogers Roderick Russ IV Brian Sanderson Christian Scales Tiffany Schnierle Jennifer Sekul Graham Sexton Catherine Shipp Anne Shoemake Adrian Smith Gary Smith Steven Smith Samuel Long Robert Steams Cricket Stephens Bobby Stephenson Michael Stewart Robert Stokes Steve Stone Amy Stork Mary Suman Jennifer Supple Elizabeth Swenson Melissa Swetland Donald Tan Cecilia Taylor Lisa Taylor Amy Terry Ben Thomas Maradith Tuten Josephine Uddo Dana Vanderford Kimberly WaddeU Adrienne Warren Valerie Weeks Kemble White IV Quentin Whitwell Alhson Williams Bailey Williams, Jr. Timothy Williamson Jennifer Wong Heather Wood HONORS 221 •:- " lS •r . : ' " -. 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' J •• J The Society ' s fundamental pur- poses are to foster leadership, scholarship, fellowship, and the spirit of service as well as pro- moting and serving in every way possible in the interests of the University of Mississippi. photo by Tucker Person Officers President, Qunitin Whitwell; Vice-President, Natalie Pharr; Secretary, Katie Kennington; Treasurer, Tricia Kopf Fran Abraham Deb Ainsworth Sara Margaret Anderson Dale Beavers Laura Benton Brooke Bible John Bissell John Bonnelte Bethany Carlisle Elizabeth Gotten Rick Dye 222 HONORS Robert Edgar Margaret Ann Ferris Allison Finklea Saar Fishman Amy Herring Brian Hicks Chad Hutchinson Hank Jones Bob Kennedy Robert Khayat Jeremy Kirkland Clark Love William McRae Mandy Mendoza Charles Merkcl Jennifer Miller Meghan Mitchell Julie Morrison Lori Nelson Dana O ' Donnell Brad Pitzer Jamie Pound Photo by Tucker Person Marion Reddoch Jerry Redmond Brian Ridgeway Roderick Russ Brian Sanderson Graham Sexton Robert Steams Cricket Stephens Robert Stokes Cecilia Taylor Allison Williams i. II The Order of Omega is an honorary organization recognizing outstanding fraternity and sorority members of the University of Mississippi campus. Membership is highly sele ctive and granted on the basis of exceptional scholarship, leadership, and service to the community. The Order strives con- tinually to uphold these ideas by various philan- thropy projects and by providing an environment for the social interaction of its members. The local chapter was rechartered in 1988. Officers: President, Donnie Chambliss; Vice-President, Ja- son Gamer; Secretary Treasurer, Dow Canup; So- cial Chairman, Denise Maness. pholo by Tucker Person Members: Megan Alford, Micheal Bates, Lisa Bennett, Michael Berger, Thomas Brabyn, Stephanie Breaux, Laurie Brocato, Katelyn Brown, Chris Buford, Pamela Chase, Anne Cockfield, James Coggin, Mary Copeland, Michael Crane, Kevin Croft, Tiffany Curtis, Josette Farmer, Anthony Gaines, John Gough, Jr., Joseph Guillot, Kristi Hanor, Elizabeht Harrelson, Kathryn Hays, Mary Hovious, Maylon Jackson, Stephen Johnston, Thomas Ligon III, Victoria Lippincott, Jennifer Long, Julie Lord, Leigh Lucas, Suzanne Malone, Mandy Martin, Rosie McGaughy, Leigh McNight, Wendy Miller, Mary Murphy, William O ' Mara, Michael Orr, Alison Osborne, Kathryn Pender, Allison Pope, Edward Ratliff, Cynthia Ray, Thoams Rester, Jeffrey Roux, Ruth Allison Simon, Robert Smith, Jr., Jason Waller, Thomas Ward, Shaun Westergard, Jeff Wilson, William Yates III. Pftl Gamma Nu Phi Gamma Nu is a national professional business fraternity which has been on the Ole Miss campus for over 40 years. Phi Gamma Nu is open to all majors with 6 or more credit hours of business courses and a GPA greater than 2.0. In the 1992- 1993 school year, Phi Gamma Nu activities in- cluded participation in the business school phone- a-thon, a national convention in Cleveland, Ohio, a resume workshop for all interested parties, and professional speakers from the Oxford-Lafayette area. Members of Phi Gamma Nu are involved in var- ious other campus and community wide activities that range from the Business School Student Ad- visory Board to working on election campaigns in the Oxford area. Officers: Faculty Advisor, Dr. Ann Cantry; President, Rich- ard Brown; Vice-President, Erik Kahlstorf; Pledge Trainer, Pam Renfoe; Secretary, Amy Livingston; Treasurer, Alan Clark. photo by B.J. Manm.x Members: Kim Mayo, Greg Corbitt, Laura Mayfield, Douglas Coleman, Gina Brooks, Hugh Edwards, Christie Cammacle, Jason Gamer, Lloyd Brown, Kim Waller, Michael Erhardt, Kerri Byars, Paula Dacus, Garrett McAlpin, Lisa Logan, Carla Hardee. HONORS 223 ±101 h Prog] The Honors Program, established in 1953 and restructured in 1982, co- ordinates special academic offerings that intensify the educational ex- perience of the exceptional student and facilitates the arrangement of a program of studies for superior undergraduate students in any school or college at the University of Mississippi. Honors Program Student Officers, 1992-1993: Honors Senators: Susan Blanton, Andrew Bums, Amy Herring, Michael Pang, Missy Reid, Mark Rogers, Scott Sartin, Jennifer Sekul, Matt Stroud. Assistant Student Director: Elizabeth Proes Student Director: Joy Harris - ■■■- 1 Gennai Ashley photo by William Swee Pi Sigma Alpha is the national political science honorary. It is the goal of Pi Sigma Alpha to promote educational and extracurricular activities related to all fields of political science. Member- ship is granted to both full and associate members. The Ole Miss chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha was founded in 1948. Officers: President, Stephanie Grant; Vice-President, Lee Massey; Secretary Treasurer, Michelle Beliech. photo by Douglas Buchanan Full Members - Katherine Becker,Joshua Brown,Sean Clancy.Daughn DeMuynck,Robert Edwards,Timothy Evans,Katherine Fowler,Jeff Hitt Ginger Johnson,Jill Keesbury .Michelle Lhamon,Chris Loposser,Freyia McCain,Kandy Parson,David Ramsey,Leslie Ross,Clayton Slay, John Thompson Katharine Vestal. Associate Members : Wayne Averett,Taci Baker,Michael Bums,David Druey,John Farese.Bloise Gallahue,Kendra Goddard,Michelle Hill,De De Hollis,Ashley Hopkins,Ronald Johnson,John Lynch.Edward McLaughlm.Charles Miller.Sarah Misner,Rochelle Morgan,Jason Nabors,Janet Parkman,Robert Peet,James Smith,Sherri Wallace,John Watson, Robert Wilkins,Jennifer Williams. 224 HONORS Tau Beta Siq Tau Beta Sigma is a National Honor Sorority for college and university band members. The Beta Tau chapter was chartered on the Ole Miss campus on April 19, 1959. Along with Kappa Kappa Psi, our brother organization, chapters from all over the United States work in their respective schools to promote an appreciation and respect of music not only to its own members, but also to the listening public everywhere. Officers: President, Mary Elizabeth Tillman; Vice-President, Stacy Creel; Recording Secretary, Jeane ' Buckner; Corresponding Secretary, Sarah Walsh; Treasurer, Lori Haynie; Co-Historians, Emily Davis and Sharon Webster; Service Coordinator, Wanda Ter- ral; Social Coordinator, Jennifer Shaw; Sponsor, David Will- son; Sergeant at Arms, Gail Heimer. u pholo by Sam Pmdhomsal Members: Geri Ashbura, Jennifer Ayers, Becky Fesmire, Hope Ladner, Peggy Marion, Layne McGuire, Jeannie Scott, Krista Adams, Jeannie Ackerman, Paige Barfield, Sheena Cowley, Amanda Crownover, Brenda Cullom, Cinnimon Foster, Nicole Germaine, Holly Grubbs, Teresa Holmes, Sundra Jarrel, Amanda Knight, Lani Leath, Rachel Ohr, Amy Pickens. Caroline Adams, Ashley Barmettler, Cindi Covey, Tamara Palmer. Phi B aTmnbda ■ , pan %lSd 1 3 ■ " m ■A, n n 1 ' km. Ml f 1 Phi Beta Lambda is a national business fraternity, that bridges the gap between academic theory and reality. Phi Beta Lambda is a service organization with the goal of preparing our members with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the dynamic world that they will face. photo by Krista Adams HONORS 225 The international fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi was founded at New York University on November 7, 1 907, to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advance- ment by research and practice; to promote the commerce and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial wellfare of the community. Officers: President, Lane Golden; Vice-president, Delphine Martin; Pledge Trainer, Patrick Donnelly; Treas- urer, David Lane; Historian, Lori Ladd; Chan- cellor, Nancy Donelan; Secretary, Cathy McWil- liams; VP of Chapter Operations, Susan McDavitt; VP of Professional Activities, Regan Stribling. Photo bv John Snook Members: Amy Blackburn, John Modden, Kenny Young, Charlene Richardson, Lisa Lay, Christy Howell, Heath Holdsworth, Scott Elzey, Tiffani Darnell, Tracy Catt, Kurt Rodemacher, Charlotte Perkins, Chris Ader, Traci Stokes, Catherine Cain, Kristie Fiveash, Paul Snow, Melissa Majorski, Roy Alexander, Reggie Rutherford, Bo White, Jennifer Boydstun, Brent Bishop. Gennet This pharmacy honor society promotes the ad- vancement of the pharmaceutical sciences through the encouragemant and recognition of sound schol- arship. The organization seeks to promote schol- arly fellowship in pharmacy by extending mem- bership to qualified undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty members. As a ful- fillment of the society ' s objective of increasing the awareness of the ethical and social responsibilities of the profession, the Chi chapter at Ole Miss holds an annual " Talk About Prescription Day " on cam- pus to illustrate the pharmacist ' s important role in patient counseling. Officers: President, Dosha Cummins; Vice-president, Steven Copperwood; Faculty Secretary, Dr. John Williamson; Faculty Treasurer, Dr. Christy Wy- andt; Historian, Beth Howell; Faculty Advisor, Dr. Robert Sindelar. Members: Amy Blaylock, Danny Breland, Carole Brown, Regan Brown, Ginny Bush, Billy CampTAnna Cates, Beth Carver, Kelly Corpstein, Tracy Douglas, Jamie Fowler, Pam Gibson, Melissa Gillespie, Paul Graham, Stacey Hurst, Stacy Lancaster, Paul Lewis, Lisa Lou, Meg McChesney, Teri Miller, Kristi Myers, Amanda Pitts, Sandy Russell, Mark Sanders, Kathy Spann, Scott Suhor, Hope Tedford, James Tinsley, Tina Welch, Lance Williamson, Jethro Ekuta, Scott Long, Kumar Ramu, Idress Siddiqui, Scott Weston, Dr. Ron Borne, Dr. Tom Brown, Dr. Joe Byrd, Dr. Alice Clark, Nancy Fuller, Dr. Amed Hikal, Dr. Charles Hufford, Dr. Skip Jones, John Juergens, Nancy Lublanezki, Dr. Jim McChesney, Tom Sharpe, Dr. Mickey Smith, Dr. Kent Summers, Dr. Sheryl Szeinbach, Dr. Marvin Wilson. 226 HONORS ill » Steele, ( au Beta r ■I icott 1 Tau Beta Pi is a national honor society that rec- ognizes academic excellence and outstanding char- acter in students in all areas of engineering. Es- tablished in 1885 at Leigh University, Tau Beta Pi has grown to 1 96 chapters throughout the country. The Mississippi Beta chapter was founded in 1969 and is one of two chapters in Mississippi. A senior must be in the top fifth of his class and a junior must be in the top eighth to be eligible for mem- bership. Officers: President, Bill Feidt; Vice-President, Taylor Arch- er; Secretary, Bryan Stephens; Treasurer, Rickey Fauteux. photo by B.J. Manni-x Members: Brooke Anthony, Taylor Archer, Mike Blossom, John Cantrell, Yuin Long Chin, Ricky Fauteux, Bill Feidt, Thomas Griffith, Teck Chun Lee, Bryan Stephens, Scott Swatzell, Casey Turner, Stephen Christopher Brown, Robert Furguson, Berlin Gennetti. Chi Epsilon is a national honor society for civil engineering students. There are over 100 chapters nationally. The Ole Miss Chapter was founded in 1937 as the fourteenth chapter in the United States and the first chapter in the Southeast. The objectives of the Ole Miss chapter are to main- tain and promote the status of Civil Engineering as an ideal profession at the University of Missis- sippi, to bestow honor upon Civil Engineering Jun- iors, Seniors, and graduate students who have dem- onstrated exceptional scholarship and to develop the qualities of character, practicality, and socia- bility in each member of the chapter. Officers: President, Ricky Fauteux; Vice-President, Scott Swatzell; Secretary, Sharika Senarath; Treasurer, Jeya Suppiah; Marshall, Mohannad Labadi; Ed- itor, Chuck Plaxico; Faculty Advisor, Dr. Sumuel DeLeeuw; Trustee, Mr. Tracy Luskand Mr. John White. photo by Tucker Person Dr. pui Members: Bill Burle, John Endom, Nicasio Lozano, Jaganneth MaUela, Hossein Naraghi, KuntamaUa Sangameswaruni, Keith Steele, Chad West. HONORS 227 Founded nationally at the University of Illinois March 22, 1923, Phi Eta Sigma established a Mississippi Beta chapter at the University of Mississippi in 1 929. A national college scholastic honor society for freshmen. Phi Eta Sigma recognizes, encourages and rewards high scholastic achievement among freshmen at ap- proximately 225 institutions of higher learning in the United States. All fresh- men who have a cumulative gradepoint average equivalent to a 3.5 or better on a 4.00 scale at the close of any curricular period during their first year are eligible to join Phi Eta Sigma at Ole Miss. In- duction ceremonies are held during the Spring semester of each year. Officers: President, Henry Jones; Vice-President, Bethany Reed; Treasurer, Allison Finklea. Jeanne Abraham Mary Abraham Debra Ainsworth Dana Alexander Richard Amisano Sara Anderson Michael Andrews George Atkinson Hoda Baeshen Jennifer Baily Justin Baker Stephanie Balder- son Charles Barrett John Bateman Antonia Beavers Dale Beavers Christa Bennington Laura Benton Timothy Bert Donald Bevis Alison Bible Susan Blanton Katherine Bomboy Susan Bonifield John Bonette Jeff Bounds Catina Brandon David Bridgers Laura Buckley Rebecca Bums Barry Campbell Bethany Carlisle Deborah Carroll Elizabeth Carter Thomas Childress Melanie Chow Catherine Cimon Candice Clower Rebecca Cole Josiah Coleman Stacy Creel Christopher Davis Kimberly Davis Lisa Davis Russell Davis Brett Denight Richard Dye Kimberly Easterling Robert Edgar Brigid Eubanks Jennifer Eversmeyer Samuel Featherstone Margaret Ferris Melissa Flagg Cynthia Fong Heather Foshee John Gerrie Micheal Gilliland Ginger Gordon Ronald Gregg Eason Greene Jennifer Griffis Stacey Guthrie Jeramy Hales Martin Hall Ryan Hall Judy Hamilton Carla Hardee Sean Harrison Debbie Hawkins Ann Henry Amy Herring William Hicks Inda Hogan Joanna Holland Kathleen Holling- sworth Lori Holt Jason Honeycutt Elizabeth Huff April Hughes Chad Hutchinson Curry Hyde Kenneth Irby II Anna Johnson Heather Johnson Jennifer Jones Amanda Keith Shannon Kelly Michelle Kemm Elizabeth Kennington Jeremy Kirkland Carrie Kooshian Patricia Kopf Amy Kotouc Tara Lacey Hope Ladner Cathryn Ledbetter Gerald Lepore Martha Long Nicole Long Clark Mackey Tara Mathis Mollie McColl Michael McConnell David McElreath Rebecca McRae Mandy Mendoza Charles Merkel Nina Michaels Lissa Middleton Brenda Miles Jennifer Miller Tara Millis Meghan Mitchell Margaret Monroe Natalie Montgomery Melanie Murphree Jason Nabors Lori Nelson Micheal Nichols Robert Norris Samuel Norris Dana O ' Donnell Patrick O ' Mara Eric Overstreet Lydia Paterson Keith Patterson Natalie Pharr Courtney Phillips James Phillips II Crymes Pittman William Ponder Emilt Potts Jamison Pound Leslie Price Elizabeth Propes Kurt Rademacher Marion Reddoch Jerry Redmond Wendy Reed Robert Remy Penny Rice Julie Richardson Todd Richardson Jo Carol Robinson Marcus Rogers Roderick Russ IV Brian Sanderson Joseph Scales TifTany Schierle Robert Sexton Sandra Shaw Catherine Shipp Ann Shoemake Adrian Smith Carter Smith Gary Smith Heather Smith Steven Smith Alva Stanfield Robert Steams Nora STephens Michael Stewart Robert Stokes Steven Stone Amy Stork Mary Suman Jennifer Supple Elizabeth Swenson Melissa Swetland Lisa Taylor Mary Taylor Amy Terry Ben Thomas Melissa Thomas Michael Thompson III Maradeth Tuten Kinh Van Dana Vanderford Claudia Vettel Kimberly Waddel Patti Wallace Adrienne Warren Valerie Weeks Ashley White Quentin Whitwell, Jr. Allison Wilhams Timothy Williamson Jennifer Wong Heather Wood Jill Wood paiA Tftetft Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honorary, conducts regular meetings for undergraduate and graduate students in history. Membership is open to students who have completed twelve hours in history. This spring the chapter hosted the state convention, bringing together students from a number of colleges in Mississippi to present papers on a variety of historical topics. Other Phi Alpha Theta activities include an annual book sale and end-of-the-year department softball game and pic- nic. photo by Krista Adams ' inklea, . p ' liiiiiiiw iiiMiMJB iiiiiiiff iiiiii iinMiiiiM III III iniwuii iMmiiii ii miiii II 1 Ta: iiaHi BBe- «BV» B Atpha Ep sUon ' Dch Alpha Epsilon Delta, the Mississippi Beta Chapter of the international premedical honor society, en- courages and recognizes superior scholastic achievement. Opportunities for developing organ- izational leadership and initiative abound within a full program of community service and profes- sional activities. Students preparing for careers in all healthcare fields, who fulfill both course and scholastic requirements may join this fellowship devoted to premedical education. Alpha Epsilon Delta activities include interview and MCAT prep- aration as well as a unique Buddy system and hospital volunteer program. pholo by Tucker Person Officers; President. Elizabeth Carson; Vice-Presidents, Megan Alford and Jeff Goodman; Treasurer, Greg Powell; Historian, Julie Tuma, and Secretary, Ling Anh Ngayeapholo by Tucker Person 229 HONORS Eta Kapp ■ M r :.. - The Eta Kappa Nu Association is the International Honor Society for Electrical Engineers. Chapters of Eta Kappa Nu have been established at about 200 electrical engineering schools. Outstanding men and women are elected to membership in Eta Kap- pa Nu primarily from the junior and senior classes of undergraduate electrical engineering programs. Graduate students and electrical engineers engaged in professional practice who have distinguished themselves through their scholarship or profession- al achievements may also be elected to Eta Kappa Nu. A primary objective of the association is to stimulate and recognize outstanding scholarship and achievement. Eta Kappa Nu also seeks to encourage leadership and responsibility to society, as well as to promote professional development. r ] photo by J J. O ' Bryant Advisor: Dr. Allen Glisson Members: Dr. Richard Gordon, Joel Brown, Thomas Griffith, PayChuan Lim, Siraj Akhtar, Meng Kiat Teh, Bassam Moumneh, Nada El-Oueini, Hao Zheng, William Turner, Yuin Chin, Omer Khan, Ahmed Yasseen, Dawn Simpson, Gan Kee Chew, Muhanned Kahn, Asem Mokaddem, Vicente Rodrquez-Pereyra. Sigma Alpha Iota is an international music fra- ternity for women. Its purposes are to foster an interest in music and to promote social contact among persons sharing an interest in music. Sigma Alpha Iota confines its membership to persons interested in the music discipline and organizes its group life to promote competence and achieve- ment in its field. Asp: only Carol Elizal Gcorj Jeniul photo by Douglas Buchanan Officers: President, Jeane Buckner; Vice-President, Membership, Lisa Batten; Vice-President, Ritual, Cindi Covey; Secretary, Jana Rosenbaum; Treasurer, Amy Terry; Sergeant-at-arms, Sarah Walsh. Advisors: Cynthia Linton, Krista Vernon, Carol Dale. Members: Ashley Barmettler, Amanda Crownover, Brenda Cullom, Emily Davis, Nancy Donham, Erica Dyer, Amanda Knight, Tracy Manning, Kim Reteguiz, Kristin Rose, Jennifer Shaw, Wanda Terral, Mary Tillman , Jennie Vernon. 230 HONORS Cmdy Andrt Uricf Maji Dodd Suzai Katy Maco Greg: Laura Biiiinj Lori( In 1985 Chancellor Tuner announced the formation of the Chancellor ' s Leadership Class. As a resuU, the University launched a search for about sixty prospective freshman men and women to join the proud ranks of the CLC. These students are chosen for their accomplishments in high school and are encouraged to further develop their leadership abilities. As preparation for their leadership roles, the members of the CLC attend leadership functions and seminars throughout the year. Leading the discussions of these events are members of the administration, internationally known professors, students holding top offices in campus groups, and government and business leaders. Class members are encouraged not only to take part in the various organizations on campus, but to continue to participate in civic and state affairs after graduation. Carolyn Askew Jason Baily Anthony Baker Betsy Bartling Elizabeth Belk George Blair Jennifer Boydstun Jill Brissenden Montez Carter Thomas Cheairs Brandi Daneil Cindy Dantone Andrea ' Davis Larice Davis Max Dean Dodds Dehmer Suzanne Dickson Katy Dobbs Macon Dukes Greg Elrod Damon Evans Laura Fair Bunny Findley Lori Galbreath Amanda Gaston Brad Glaze James Grantham E.J. Gregory Dwayne Griffin Holly Grubbs Leigh Ann Heard Chuck Heflin Betts Henley Neeli Hester Shelia Holland Ashley Hollowell Pate Huguley Sissy Jacobson Stacy Jones Hunter Jordan III Virginia Lee Chad Long Charlotte Lowe Kurre Luber Scott McDaniel Alison McDonnell Stephanie Moates Lee Morris Katherine Murphy Eric Necaise Christy Peters Michael Pujol Emily Purifoy Caroline Ragsdale Tanya Reed Melody Rice Julie Robbins Mike Terrell Michele Rudd Emmet Seibels IV Katie Sellers Ryan Senter Mike Sicuro Maureen Sorrells Rachel Stanley Keith Taylor Marcy Thoms CoUin Travis Jennie Vance Deidra Walters Bo White Brain Willis HONORS 231 fio s who Kristi Lyn Addis Picture Not Journalism Comm. Disorders UM Most BeautiTul Available Miss Teen USA Society for Professional Jour- nalists UM Modeling Board Nat. Student Speech Language Hearing Association v Chris Baker Journalism Daily Mississippian Photo Ed- itor Campus Calender Editor President Society of Profession- al Journalists United Way Campaign Michael William Blossom Mechanical Engineering Picture Not President Amer. Society of Mech. Engineers Available President Engineering Student Body Mortar Board Newman Scholar 1 William Bronson III Marketing Journalism Captain UM Varsity Tennis Team Executive Board Golden Key American Marketing Associa- tion Cherry Lynn Busby History Omicron Delta Kappa Miss Mississippi Phi Eta Sigma Alpha Lambda Delta Campus Favorite Gamma Beta Phi Megan Carmichael Alford Chemistry and French Phi Kappa Phi Omicron Delta Kappa Order of Omega Sorority Vice President Vice President Alpha Lambda Delta William Travis Bedwell Radio Television Journalism Station Manager WUMS Fraternity Social Chairman Campus Favorite Society of Professional Journal- ists ASB Communication Comm. wr ' s B Frances Elizabeth Boyd History President Panhellenic Council ASB Senator Chair Senate Rule Commitee College Republicans Chris Chistopher Buford Managemant Information Fraternity Presicfent Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Order of Omega Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Sigma ASB Senator William Dow Canup Accounting Fraternity President ASB Assistant Treasurer Treasurer Order of Omega Vice-President Student Alumni Council Chancellor ' s Leadership Class 232 HONORS I - ' K -• ' ,-• t tal- Elizabeth Ann Carson Biology President Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Lambda Delta Lambda Sigma Phi Eta Sigma Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key Anne Elizabeth Cockfield English Mathematics Corresponding Sec. Golden Key Sigma Tau DeUa Phi Kappa Phi Order of Omega Honors Program Leslie Michelle Comer Accounting Senior Class Secre- tary Treasurer Sorority Treasurer Vice-President Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key Order of Omega Rhonda Cooper Art Education President Pi Kappa Pi Secretary Treasurer Student Art Association National Art Educators of America All American Scholar Karen Ann Cole Biology Vice-President Gamma Beta Phi Honors Program Senator Alpha Lambda Delta Phi Eta Sigma Sigma Tau Delta Pamela Duncan Chase Banking Finance Picture Not Sorority Vice-President Golden Key Available Omicron Delta Kappa Honors Program Phi Kappa Phi Alpha Lambda Delta Sarah Lyle Coleman Marketing Golden Key Sorority Corresponding Secre- tary ASB Publicity and Promotions Association of Women Students Habitat for Humanity Paul Blake Cook Pharmacy President Academy of Students of Pharmacy President Phi Lambda Sigma Secretary Kappa Psi Golden Key Alpha Lambda Delta John Steven Cooperwood Pharmacy Vice-President Rho Chi Kappa Psi Mississippi Pharmacist Associ- ation Mississippi Society of Hospital Pharmacy Dennis Michael Craven Accounting UM Varsity Cheerleader Cap- tain Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key Alpha Lambda Delta Beta Alpha Psi HONORS 233 Dean Powell Dedmon Managerial Finance ASB Director of University De- velopment Fraternity Treasurer Mortar Board Omicron Delta Kappa Golden Key Bradley Russell Downs Marketing Fraternity Chaplain College Republicans ASB Mississippi Governmental Affairs Committee Reformed University Fellow- ship Stephen L. Earnest Law Editor Mississippi Law Review Moot Court Board American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Dean ' s List A " " " w . j iHi Anthony Gillespie Gaines Accounting Treasurer ASB Fraternity President Mortar Board Omicron Delta Kappa Order of Omega Golden Key 4% Lane Davis Golden General Business President School of Business Administration President Business Advisory Board President Delta Sigma Pi Nancy Leigh Donelan Business Delta Sigma Pi UM Diamond Girl Golden Key Omicron Delta Kappa University Concert Singers Shannon Suzanne Duvall Ph.D. Curriculum Inst. Ktt: :«r H . Graduate Student Body Dean ' s ■ Mm, Advisory Group Pi Kappa Pi Kappa Delta Pi Phi Delta Kappa Student Art Association Natalie Morgan Ellis Pharmacy Vice-President Phi Lambda Sig- ma Vice-President Kappa Epsilon President Pre-Pharmacy Club School of Pharmacy Executive Council Walter Jackson Garner Marketing Vice-President Interfraternity Council Vice-President Order of Omega Vice-President Alpha Lambda Delta Mortar Board Perry Denoa Hawkins Chem. Engineering Pol. Set Vice-president Black Student Union President Nat ' l Society of Black Engineers Chancellor ' s Leadership Class NASA Space Grant Scholar 234 Honors - f--.-. ais tive J Mary Katherine Hovious Marketing Sorority President ASB Mississippi Governmental Affairs Pre-Law Society Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Mary Allison Hurdle Accounting Miss Mississippi Miss University Rho Lambda Phi Eta Sigma Lambda Sigma 4th Runner-up to Miss America Mary Maylon Jackson Mathematics Sorority President Vice-President Phi Eta Sigma Mortar Board Order of Omega Gamma Beta Phi Phi Mu Epsilon Stephen Douglas Johnston Managerial Banking Finance President ASB " President Lambda Sigma Hearin-Hess Scholar Phi Kappa Phi Mortar Board Sammy W.K. Lee Pharmacy President Academy of Student of Pharmacy Vice-President Pharmacy Stu- dent Body Outstanding Young Men Of America 7w. : 4.iit!nS33S{ Carson McClain Hughes, Jr. Historv Political Science Mortar " Board Honors Program Senate Gamma Beta Phi Golden Key Omicron Delta Kappa Dailv Mississippian Columnist James Todd Inman Journalism Advertising Chairman ASB Communication Service Business Manager Ole Miss An- nual United Way Student Campaign Event Coordinator William D. Jenkins Management President Phi Beta Lambda Society of Professional Journal- ists Phi Eta Sigma Baptist Student Union College Republicans W Montray Canrtell heavy Chemistry Fraternity Treasurer Black Student Union NASA Scholar Chancellor ' s Leadership Class Nat ' l Society for Black Engi- neers Catherine Leslie Lester g tt Accounting JB S p Sorority Vice- President of Fi- nance Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key Beta Alpha Psi Beta Gamma Sigma Honors 235 Wfto VJS Christopher Michael Leopold . Accounting FraternityTreasurer Vice-President Beta Alpha Psi Phi Kappa Phi Phi Eta Sigma Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Phi Beta Lambda Picture Not Available 236 Honors L Thomas Allen Ligon III Psychology ASB Senator Editor Fraternal Publications Mortar Board Omicron Delta Kappa Order of Omega Chancellor ' s Leadership Class Jennifer Gale Long General Business Sorority Treasurer SPB Board of Directors Mortar Board Phi Kappa Phi Omicron Delta Kappa ASB Senator Scott Franklin Long Pharmacology Toxicology Graduate Student Body Repre- sentative for Dept. Of Pharma- cology Historian Rho Chi National Chair Credentials Comm. Kappa Psi Julie Ann Lord Pre-Med Biology Chairman ASB Student Health Advisory Comm. Sorority Chaplain Golden Key Alpha Epsilon Delta Beta Beta Beta Leigh Kay Lucas Fine Arts Education President Omicron Delta Kap- pa Secretary Lambda Sigma Mississippi Miss Hospitality Chancellor ' s Leadership Class UM Ambassadors i Suzanne Malone J% Economics M Sorority President m A Vice-President Omicron Delta M, iP Kappa m Vice-President Senior Class M ASB Deputy Attorney General BdA Golden Key J, Denise Vickers Maness History ASB Cabinet Social Chairman Order of Ome- ga Mortar Board Lambda Sigma Pre-Law Society Robert Wayne Marion President of Residence Hall Council President and Founder Dis- abled Student Union President Students Promoting Equal Access for the Disabled Kimberly Dawn Mayo Accounting Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Beta Alpha Psi Golden Key Alpha Lambda Delta Gamma Beta Phi I Margaret Susan Picture McChesney Ml Pharmacy • ot Histonan Phi Lambda Sigma Available President Phi Delta Chi Phi Kappa Phi RhoChi American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation Carole Anne Dye McKinney Educational Psychology Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa Golden Key Alpha Psi Omega Freshman Women of the Year Sigma Lambda ire- als w% Leigh Ann McKissick Clinical Dietetics Co-Chairman Greek Week Panhellenic Treasurer Public Relations Golden Key Alpha Lambda Delta Phi Eta Sigma r t jl Eleanor Leigh McNight Management President Mortar Board ASB Presidential Assistant President Phi Eta Sigma Programming Chairman Lamb- da Sigma Order of Omega Leah Kristen Meadows ' (flMk Pharmacy fljk k Kappa Epsilon Golden Key RhoChi Hk r Phi Kappa Theta President Baptist Student Un- h A ion Wendy Elizabeth Miller JF A Marketing f " ft Soror ity President li L i tJm Pre-Law Society Mortar Board H Phi Kappa Phi Omicron Delta Kappa " Golden Key Picture Not Available James Aaron Nail, Jr. Economics International „ . Business „. President Beta Gamma Sigma Golden Key Phi Kappa Phi Alpha Lambda Delta Beta Gamma Sigma Advisory Board I ' A ' Carol Alison Nimrod Pharmacology Phi Beta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Omicron Delta Kappa Classics Honor Society Graduate Student Award Summa Cum Laude Michael David Orr Accounting IPC Rush Councelor Treasurer Phi Eta Sigma Mortar Board Order of Omega Golden Key Omicron Delta Kappa . Alison Page Osborne Biology uA Sorority Vice-President ASB Senator Order of Omega Alpha Epsilon Delta SPB Board of Directors ASB University Development Honors 237 li Jennifer Truitt Pace Marketing Panhellenic Rush Counselor ASB Senator Golden Key Phi Beta Lambda American Marketing Associa- tion 1 Diane Ray Page Elementary Education Phi Kappa Phi Kappa Delta Pi President Phi Delta Kappa UM Alumni Association Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Ann Tucker Person Mathematics ASB Senator Sorority Vice-President President Phi Mu Epsilon Secertary Phi Eta Sigma Golden Key Carrier Scholar Allison Laney Pope Mathematics ASB Secretary Vice-president Mortar Board Order of Omega Golden Key Omicron Delta Kappa Gamma Beta Phi Kumar Ramu Medicinal Chemistry President India Student Asso- ciation RhoChi Sigma Xi Honor Fellowship Graduate Council Cynthia Lynn Ray ii.lf% Accounting IF ' I Chancellor ' s Leadership Class A--J Sorority President ' - . Beta Alpha Psi LJ Phi Kappa Phi ■ B jj Golden Key ■H Wm Order of Omega Amanda Priscilla Pitts Pharmacy Vice-President Pharmacy Class Secretary Treasurer Phi Lamb- da Sigma Phi Delta Chi Virginia Lee Prewitt Juris Doctor Co-Chairman Moot Court Board Law School Student Body Sen- ator Phi Delta Phi Phi Eta Sigma Edward " Cavett " RatHff 0S Accounting f Fraternity Treasurer -1 IFC Representative - Phi Kappa Phi Am Beta Gamma Sigma Golden Key Alpha Lambda Delta Stacey Ann Reaves Jnsurance Picture President Student Alumni Not Council Available Secretary Alpha Lambda Delta Vice President Gamma Iota Sig- ma Golden Key 238 Honors V Vi . fio ' s Tara " Kendal " Reed Elementary Education Sigma Tau Delta Golden Key Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Sorority Vice-President of Standards Wellness Committee Silvanius Lynn Ross Management Information System JMTootbi lall Team Captain Ul M-Club Golden Key Black Student Union Fellowship of Christian Athletes n- Ruth Allison Simon Economics Sorority President Executive Officer Mortar Board Pre-Law Society Phi Beta Lambda Golden Key Hearin-Hess Scholar I! Thomas Wade Southerland, III General Business Varsity Football M-Club Golden Key Gamma Beta Phi Fellowship of Christian Athletes K Sis- Todd Alan Vinyard Journalism Editor of The Daily Mississip- pian Fraternity President ASB Executive Task Force Vice-President of the Young Democrats I Thomas Edwin Rester, Jr. Psychology ASB Senate Fraternity Vice-President President Golden Key Gamma Beta Phi Phi Eta Sigma Order of Omega David Collins Simcox Accounting Treasurer Lambda Sigma Fraternity Treasurer President of Accounting Stu- dent Body Beta Alpha Psi Phi Kappa Phi Amanda Clarck Simpson Elementary Education Golden Key Sigma Tau Delta Chancellor ' s Honor Roll ASB School Spirit Committee Sorority Scholarship Commit- tee Stephen Lawrence Sparks General Engineering ASB Presidential Cabinet Treasurer Kappa Kappa Psi Phi Mu Alpha Omicron Delta Kappa National Merit Scholar IFC Representative Gerald Jefferson Warren Accounting Vice-President Beta Alpha Psi Treasurer Pre-Law Society Beta Gamma Sigma Golden Key Phi Eta Sigma Alpha Lambda Delta Honors 239 0 iee Contents: Sororities 248 Fraternities 278 i. 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I- ' d d u a u 13 op •«- cd CQ i . i 306 GREEKS }p ff C ' fS C : O : ' pS ' I ' ' .- ' WM jaffl ' h8 m III •-» -- ' -♦ it; w t 1 9! c il S; GREEKS 307 With a crowd of over 2,1 12 in the stands, Sigma Nu fraternity captured the third an- nual Charity Bowl Friday night at Oxford High School with a 26-6 win over Phi Kappa Tau. The game was played to ben- efit Lori Sneed, an Ole Miss student who was paralyzed in a car accident. The two fraternities raised over $30,000 in pledges. " Attendance was great especially this being Mardi Gras weekend and still have so many care enough to come out, " said Phi Kappa Tau pubHcity director Todd Inman. Phi Tau head coach Jay Hopson said that all the players gave it all they had. " These guys should be commended for putting out the effort for the last couple of months to raise money for (Lori Sneed) and I ' m proud of them, " said Hopson. ▲ 3 1 . Sigma Nu ' s and Phi Tau ' s scramble for a loose ball. 2. Phi Tau unsuccessfully tries to block Sigma Nu ' s extra point kick. 3. Part of Phi Tau ' s fundraising efforts included holding a sports memorabilia auc- tion. 308 GREEKS ■Ttiest ( DERBY DAY I n Derby Day, initiated at the University of California in 1930, has developed into one of the traditions of Sigma Chi Chapters across the United States and Canada since its inception. Eta Chapter at Ole Miss sponsored its first Derby Day in 1 963 and since that time it has become one of the most popular events on the campus during the spring semester. This year, the Ole Miss Sigs will join more than 120 other Sigma Chi Chap- ters across the United States and Can- ada in sponsoring Derby Day. The only event of its kind, it brings together cam- pus sororities for a day of friendly com- petition and relaxation during a hectic semester of studies. Last year marked Eta ' s twenty-ninth consecutive Derby Day. A 2 i 1 ■jik f ' - r ' . ■ - ' - ' " w ii pi • 1 i, Rosanne, Danielle and Mary Cass found a new mem- |add to their Derby Day activities. 2. Phi Mu ' s are all 3.These Chi O ' s sport the Mickey Mouse theme. 4. I Alpha Theta is " DEEE-LITED " about Derby Day. ▲ 4 GREEKS 309 Pledge Olympics has become an annual event for the Phi Mu pledge class. Sorority and fraternity pledge classes are invited to participate in fun games to win a trophy. Some of the games played this year were the bat race, balloon popping relay, bubble gum in flour relay, three-legged race and tug-of-war. The activities were held on Village Field, October 14 at 2 p.m. The pledge classes that came out on top were Chi Omega and Sigma Chi. All of the fun that day greatly benefitted the LeBonheur Children ' s Hospital in Memphis. The money raised from entry fees and t-shirt sales was donated to the hospital as Phi Mu ' s philanthropy. Almost $2000 was raised through the activity. The Phi Mu pledge class of 1992 would like to thank all of those who participated and made the activity possible. ▲ 2 ▲ 5 310 GREEKS A 4 1. Kappa leads in the three legged race. 2. Phi Delta Theta keeps it in count heading for the finish line. 3. These boys dip into flour pies for their magic piece of gum. 4. On your mark, get set, GO! GREEKS! 5. AOPI, Tri Delta and KD have the battle for the bubble. niBelor .T ' .Triv. --» a I ' fotllie pi»fi " iart,8 " BID DAY h counselors hold up their Rush group num- 2. Pi Phi house on Bid Day is a bundle of 3. UPD joins in with Sig Ep on their Bid elebration. 4. Rush counselors Lori and Me- lead their rush group from house to house in )t sun during Rush week. When many freshmen arrive on the Ole Miss campus in the fall, one big decision faces them- Rush. For many students, join- ing the greek system allows new friend- ships which last forever. Fraternities and sororities allow a family atmosphere for those students far from home. The greek system also works hard in raising money for different philanthropies and works with the Oxford community in projects such as tutoring young students. The greek system is a great place for a student to begin friendships even though the greek system has nothing to do with actually becoming an integral part of the Univer- sity. GREEKS 311 The Delta Gamma ' s raised $2750 to benefit their national philanthropy Sight Conservation and Aid to the Blind during the seventh annual Anchor Splash. Some of the fundraising events included a pool tournament at For- rester ' s, a Pre-Splash Bash at The Gin, t- shirt sales and several fraternity com- petitions. Also, Lori Sneed, a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, won the Most Beautiful Eyes contest for the second time. Members of the Chi Psi fraternity won the volleyball tournament. The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity won the synchro- nized swimming events with their Grease theme. Shed Robertson, representing the Kap- pa Alpha fraternity, won the title of Mr. Anchor Splash, and Kappa Alpha fin- ished first place in tug-of-war and over- all. Delta Psi fraternity placed second overall with Phi Gamma Delta finishing a close third. ▲ 1 wM M ' - ' i taM U ■F 1 ' I H ■■ .jf A.JI I IV I R Bi b.. WFimOHSm fl ▲ I ▲ 4 1 . KA ' s and DG ' s prepare their Mr. Anchor Splash Shed Robertson. 2. Peace, Love, and War arrives at Anchor Splash. 3. DG ' s work at their Most Beautiful Eyes table in which all proceeds go to their philanthropy. 4. This team performs what looks like a rain dance. i Ae di d yu ill ?zed 0% Uf€Uc M Contents: Student Media 318 ASB 324 SPB 342 I; J igQs oKMiss .A ■.. ' ; ' - , V - •■-A. 1-r ' iS- ,i i _ ... V ■.., y-v r. . ' V - x- Section Editors: front (1 to r) Robin Jones, Steve Diffey, Katie Sellers, Shannon Jones;back (1 to r) Margaret Barnhardt, Angle Lipe, Heather Lovett, Christina Cannon (not pictured Tonya Bynum) Advisor Traci Mitchell ' ky ' •X ' 1 ; . " M v.,- . 0£fice Workers (1 to r) Michael Fraley, Tammie Daily, Tracy Nichols, Melisse Campbell; (not pictured Garth Seagroves) i9 Annual Staff: Wendy Wilbanks, Justin Hertl, Cindy Fong, Leann Scott, Sam Prudhomsal, Jennifer Steward, Charles Martin, Rodney Carouther, Liza Lindley, Brian Meredith, Beth McHaney, Cynthia Covey, Melissa Catherine Hipp, Kim Phillips, Mary Moore McKenzie, Shannon Trusty, Sims Rogers, Christopher Adair, Elizabeth Sobotka, Laura Broadwater, Michael Huffmes, Natalie Pharr, Marianne Bx Patty Ivey, Leigh Moniot, §gtfe;4 a f aula Schaefer, Al aj i a 318 ORGANIZATIONS — r ' ' ' . r - ,i» ,.; , ' i? , — -H I • ' t - y ' .. ot rapBers: William Swee, Kevin Paterson, Chris Baker, Angela Burcham, Nicole Tutor, Tucker Person, Sat Prudhomsal, Tobie Baker, Shelia Fox, Krista Adams, Grady Griffin, John Snook, Sharon Cunningham, J.J. O ' Bry t Douglas Buchanan, Caroline Haygood, B.J. Mannix, Andy Staten, Joe Gumer, Natalie Pharr. ' . WW m ' - ' Editor — Dayle Dillon Business Manager — Todd Inmau 1993 Annual Staff Editor: Dayle Dillon Business Manager: Todd Inman Administration Editor: Dayle Dillon Student Life Editor: Tonya Bynum Features Editors: Christina Cannon Katie Sellers Classes Editors: Angle Lipe Shannon Jones Sports Editor: Steve Diffey Honors Editor: Heather Lovett Greeks Editor: Margaret Bamhart Organizations Editor: Robin Jones C ' : X: ■ " - vf )RGANIZATINS 319 M Daily Mississippian 1 c aiSi The 1992-93 staff of The Daily Mississippian continued to build on the 81 -year-old tradition of the only daily student-run newspaper in Mississippi. The Daily Mississippian publishes with a circulation of 10,000 Monday through Friday and is pnraanly funded through advertising. The newspaper more than 50 staff members who not only report the news, but learn to edit copy, write headlines, design pages, and develop and pnnt photos. It is the o college newspaper which has full membership in the Mississippi Press Association. Through, MPA, The Mississippian competes annually with protessio. newspapers statewide. . , , , ■, j r. ■ ♦ j Since 1911 The Mississippian has served the students of Ole Miss. In 1 962, the paper became the first and only daily student-run newspaper. Printed basement of Farley Hall, the paper is usually available to students by 8 a.m. each day in most campus buildings and in many local businesses. A new year at the DM brought a new look and some new ideas. Here are a few: • The " Our View " section which provided a daily editorial on current events in the nation, world, and Ole Miss community. An editonal board consist four staff members and any students faculty, or staff that wish to show up and discuss the issues. Each week, topics for editorials were discussed and oppoi view points were sought. An editorial entitled " Justice Must Be Balanced " was carried by the Associated Press and pnnted in the state ' s largest newspaper • For the second time in the paper ' s history a graphics editor (Wendy Broad, a senior from Clearwater, Fla.) was hired. This position was done to hdi improve the visual appeal of the paper and make it easier to read for the students. , . , -j m »,i- . j™. • The Preview section under the direction of Preview Editor Joe Gumer and Entertainment Editor Rodney Crouther continued to provide Ole Miss studew with a look at what was happening around Oxford on the weekends. • Gumer also served as editor for the special homecoming section. , , ,„ r , » j;iH • The Mississippian, with the help of Mr. Jack Bass and his reporting class, ran a special 1 5-page look back of the 30 year anniversary ot James Merernij entering the university on October 1 , 1 962. ■ j- • The Friday Focus section was added to provide a weekly feature for students. Chris Tutor and Nik Dirga served as section editors. • The Mississippian advertising staff created a new monthly planner calender, which helped readers see what was in store for the next month In 1911 the first Mississippian name plate said, " May the Fates guide our destiny and see us to a successful landing. " Staff, editonal, production, a advertising made sure through hard work that the paper enjoyed an extremely successful landing. The Daily Mississippian Staff Todd Vinyard Editor Jesse Holland Managing Editor AUyson McCoUum Assignments Editor Tom Yancy Opinion Page Editor Chris Goodwin News Editor Rodney T. Crouther Entertainment Editor Kevin Cavender Sports Editor Nik Dirga Features Editor Wendy Broad Graphics Editor JEA! 320 ORGANIZATIONS rHE DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN A. [D E FfTI S I IM 3 K,- X STEPH L .irr ' BOSS TRAGI f CU ' D- ' DOg -MnChfELL ipetinMississit: sinj-TlieiiewiiK; iniphotellisii nyjllvwilhprid MELANIE m diimsedaiiloii slarjesuewsp!? ,iI«»is(!pr JEAN ovideOlfMisssi ■ ' D094l ' HP ' SOAX i J) ol Janes Mb ASHLEY UH- ' Mf-gaWD... SALITA ' BCM ' BI ' m eil Willi, loral, ptodiicliii itor itor itor itor itor itor itor AMY LEANN PAIGE gossiTQjjvE i AMY itor itor MERLE BILL CO»B ' S S ' EJlfOOD CUSTOMEJiOJ ' TTfLJTJUUi NEWT CATHY ' BISCUIT 321 U-92 Travis Bedwell Station Mgr. Jay Scurlock Program Dir. Scott Masters Music Dir. Malone Lankford Business Mgr. Vicki Kelly News Dir. John Michael Sports Dir. MtlSpi aieielimj jiations k News is i ptoduceii s Ikoifh led cuniculuiD, oie of Ike {rams in Ih ' stiideits ai Imiis-OD e: viionmeDl lob 322 ORGANIZATIONS UMTV At 4:15 p.m. while most University students are relaxing from a long day of classes, broad- cast journalism students are making final prep- arations for their daily newscast. UMTV- 12 News is a weekday 30-minute news program produced solely by journalism students. Al- though techinical production is part of class curriculum, most positions are voluntary. As one of the only fuUy-student run news pro- grams in the nation, UMTV- 12 News gives the students an incredible opportunity to get the hands-on experience of working in a news en- vironment on a day-to-day basis; something unable to be taught by textbook. Executive Producer Jennifer Green Associate Producer Sharyn Alfonsi Sports Editor Tom Faust Equipment Manager Bob Waters Weather Director Brian Fowler Technical Directors Tom Faust Luke Abney Sellers Shy Anthony Rice John Michael ORGANIZATONS 323 ii ASB Officers Stephen Johnston, President; Lisa Lay, Vice President; Allison Pope, Secretary; Tony Gaines, Treasurer The purpose of the Associated Student Body is expressly stated in the Constitution: " The purpose of this organization is to deal effectively with matters of student affairs, to perpetuate the tra- ditions of the University of Mississippi, to promote the best un- derstanding between faculty and students, to control all matters which are delegated to the student association by the admin- istration of the University of Mississippi, to work with the ad- ministration in all matters affecting the welfare of the student body, and to supervise all student activity in order that it may be conducted for the best interest of the student body as a whole and to the credit of the University of Mississippi. " Art. 1 Sec. 2. ■I : f I 324 ORGANIZATIONS ASB Senate ■liH Robbins, Rules; Brian Wilson, Elections; Dale Beavers, Government Operations; Melissa Swetland, i cemic Affairs; Perry Hawkins, Student Affairs; Laura Benton, Student Services; Brian O ' Neal, Uni- ' ' «4 ' t! ly Development; Will Rutledge, Judiciary; Sandy Sanford, University Relations; Lain Hughes, Finance The Associated Student Body Senate is a group composed of fifty-eight elected rep- resentatives that carry out legislation deal- ing with campus affairs. The Senators are elected during an early fall campus wide election, and bring into the group opinions and need of virtually every area of campus life, the Senate delegates rules to the Elec- tions Commission and also allocates funds for various student organizations. J A m Allen; Terri Ammerman; Katherine Barrett; Dale Beavers; Laura Benton; David Bina; Beth Bond; Kent Bramlett; Joe Clair; Samantha Collier; Bryan Cox; York ■ lig; Cliff Dabbs; Greg Elrod; Damon Evans; Tino Fomeris; Deirdre Gillespie; LaShun Griffin; Tom Hadley; WiUiam Hardin; Perry Hawkins; Richard Heard; !|ine Henry; Betty Hohn; Ben Howard; Lain Hughes; Eric Johnson; Rich Johnson; Lisa Lefoldt; Trent Lehman; Jennifer Long; Brad Lott; Teresa Lotterhos; Greg )!ughlin; Kristen McClelland; Scott McDaniel; Kathleen McDill; Jamie Meadows; Sandy Morals; Brian O ' Neal; Jennifer Pace; Leighton Page; Michael Pang; Todd iirkins; John Piovarcy; Emily Purifoy; Brett Robbins; Reggie Rutherford; Will Rutledge; Sandy Sanford; Merdith Sexton; Jim sharp; Rashed Sheikh; Carter Smith; ' :lissa Swetland; Jen Thomhill; Tracey Till; Melita Truner; Maradith Tuten; Keiko Watahabe; Quentin Whitwell; Brian Wilson ORGANIZATIONS 325 y yJT ' N - " ' ■:. " -:- " ;.i- ASB Elections Coimnission It is responsibility of the Elections Commission to oversee all aspects of the elec- tion process. All hearings for campain violations and counting of all ballots in a fair manner are taken care of by this body. « • 11 Jana McBride, Elections Commissioner; Matt Stroud, Vice-Chairman; Chris Jones, Nycole Campell, Patrick Bumet Christy Eubanks, Marian Montgomery, Jennifer WUson, Julie Golden, Members .Bai) [jpaji (I Judicial Council The Student Judicial Council, the highest court in the Associated Student Body, consists of an elect- ed chairman and six asso- ciated chairmen. Their du- ties include review of legislation and constitu- tional matters of the cam- pus senate in addition to over four hundred discipli- nary cases a year. Associ- ate members are selected form six different areas of campus life. Chris Locke, Chairman; Rush Shellabarger, Clerk; Wendy Miller, Sorority Row; Henry Burkha lter, Fraternity Rov, Brylene Van Dyke, Village; Alvin McLaughlin, Men ' s Dorm; Cossatta Boga, Women ' s Dorm; Melanie Caudle, Of Campus; Collier Simpson, Prosecutor :.Cliai 326 ORGANIZATIONS Elections Supervisory Coininittee li The Election Su- pervisory is re- sponsible for the actual running of the campus elec- tion process. They make sure that the voting polls are manned and oper- ating correctly. This committee does much toward insuring that the elections are held in a legally fair manner. ipell, Pallid !i At " oud, George Davidson, Cynthia Gaines. Vickie Williams. Nath Russell. Melinda KJotz. Shannon Doyle, Chairmen; Mary Elizabeth Hawes, Robert McCoy, Lucy ■1 Cecily Pharr, Carmen Wiggins, Jerry Tidwell. Zach Scruggs, Hoiley Kruger. Heather Hillhouse. Meghan Mitchell. Brad Mason. Ashley Harrison, Cassie Mcllhenny, au( Wood, Maradith Tuten, Denny Bubrig, Nikitia Hollongsworth, Veronica Kimble, Ruth Allison Simon, Philip Stroud, Allison Speighter, Elizabeth Smolherman, Julie idk son, Rachel Reid, Kelly Kronse. Jenny Monroe. Cindy Momson. Tarsha Nelson, Chnsty M. Parker, Jacquie Dunn, AJlison Wimbish, Sharon Wilson, Carmen Wiggins, ■K Walton. Brad Vance. Trey Swalon. Beth Abdo. Kalhenne Barrett. Kan Barton. Brent Bishop. Vickie Black, Brandy Box, Dana Brooks, Brad Bumgamer, Leigh Carter, lu 3 Chellette. Leshe Christopher. Ginger Crocker. Josette Farmer. Mary Eaves. Andy Gamer. Clayt Gates. Jenna K. Glass. Richard Heard, Jana Hill, Jason Hum, Brett 41 :n, Chesley Lighlsay, Amy Livingston, Melanie Mark, Amy Massey, Meredith Marsh, Lee Massey, Jessica McCormack, Members Code Revision Committee t ' ' M JM ' M : The Code Revi- sion Committee is resposible for studying the ASB Code of Laws and Constitution and determining what changes or revi- sions could make it more consistent and practical. Working through- out the year, they are one of the pri- mary sources of Senate Bills deal- ing with this area of correction, ad- dition, or deletion. bb Younce, Chairman, Harriet Jett; Chelsey Lightsey; Shannon Chelette; Elizabeth Gabrielly; Jennifer Wilson; Marian F wi) " : Jjntgomery; Hank Jones; Perry Hawkins; Alhson Williams; Dale Beavers, anit ORGANIZATIONS 327 ASB Cabinet Scott Sartin, Leigh McKnight, Keith Thompson. Denise Maness, Colin Barth, Jana McBride. Joey Tignor, Michall Huffines, Graham Sexton. Katelyn Brown. August White. Vishwesh Bhatt. Rankin Wilbourne, Fran Abraham. Natasha Hall. William Yates, Stephen Sparks. Stephen Johnston Executive Task Force Leigh McKnight. Presidential Assisstanf. Dale Beavers. Laurie Brocato. Ginger Crocker. Deb Goswami, Joy Harris. Joanna Holland. Melanie McRae. Marian Montgomery. Brett Robbins. Brian Sanderson, Robert Herzfeld. Quentin Whitwell, Tom Wong 328 ORGANIZATIONS I The Associated Student B ody Cab- inet is comprised of student leaders who are appointed by the Senate. There are thirteen departments in the Cabinet and each represents a dif- ferent aspect of the campus. H0 m ■ • A committee designed to assist the ASB President in generating new and helpful ideas to benefit the campus, as well as researching projects already underway. ' School Spirit iOisiblEfortlii iot, and opei s coeceniiiig of the pri Ml spirit activ Wbythecoi tf s sup mitteeoverse School Spirit Cominittee r T rr " HOME OF THE OLE MIS S REBELS assist the jnewatiii ! School Spirit Committee is n ponsible for the planning, di- ntion, and operation of aci- tiies concerning school spirit, ftich of the preparation for s lool spirit activities is accop- 11 ished by the committee under t; director ' s supervision. The c umittee oversees spirit activ- i is such as pep rallies and sign j; iking. Sherridan Nelley Courtney Rocconi, Blair Wentworth, Courtney Finley, Lance Potter, Milce Sweet, CheUe Lefiler, Tiffany Norton Lauren Carson, Kathryn Martin, Laura Hale, Morgan Ennis, Kristin Wallace, Stacey Balsamo, MeUnda Klutz, Mario Alt, Salley Laster, Aimee Floyd, Shannon Doyle, Carson Averett, Amy Legg, Kathenne Hotsey, Amy Quaid KeUy Kooshian, Heather Hillhouse, Anna Cameron, Stacy Chamblee, John Puckett, Patnck Skinner, Christopher Clay, Gillian Morris, Jessica Moody, Rhonda Martin, Leigh McGenee, Holly Swords, Knsten Wood, Andrea Davis, Melissa Brooks, Hart Henson, Wendy Collier, Christie Wilson, Jenifer Fitzgibbon, Emily Punwy, Dottie Gibbons, Teresa Lotterhos, Bess Dodge, Cindy Morris, Cheri Burge, Alex Moore, Elizabeth Mills, Kathryn Sutton Tony Brunini, Jennifer Brockman, Richard Grantham, Joanna Holland, Maradith Tuten, Parke Hailey, Lisa Watts Laura Fair, Katie Kennington, Ann Kraus, Tina Homan, Christy Parker, Susan Williams, Amy Massey, Claire Hart Rebecca Cole, Caroline Still, Amy Nored, Angela Meyer, Margaret Bamhart, Mary Ingram, Candy Hotlman, John Kenney, Kate Pender, Shea Blackburn, Lisa Lefoldt, Chad Mize, Trice Wamner, Dawn Parker, Tina Hill, Ginger Crocker Denny Bulbrig, Kate Gregory, Shannon Wulff, Jana Hill, Kimberiy Gnffin, Candace McKey, Troy Gunther, Randi McClure, Danielle Neil, Courtenay Davis, Kim Yeager, Mary Pegg, Lee Summers, Gretchen Luke, Allison Unders, Christy Risher, Meredith Main, Gail Elizabeth Schueth, Ginger Noah, KeUy Revels, Tern Hudson, Amanda Clearman Michelle Mize, Jamie Meadows, Brad Callender, Natalie Steward, Came Kooshian, Brec Miles, Heather Boyd Kim Rorie, Beth Abdo, Chesley Lightsey, Stacia Hawkins, Audra Armstrong, Jennifer Whisenhunt, Suzanne White Anna Bonds, Meredith Murray, Wendy Umstattd, Kendal Reed, Chris Muller, Stacy Massey, Betts Henley, Kari Barton Avery Mounger, Wendy Reed, Bridget Barber, Wendy Lehman, Allison Speights, Mary Eaves, KeUy McGee Cecily Pharr, Cindy Flint, Coriey McNabb, Dana O ' Donnell, Patrick Lewis, Jason Strong, Lee Morris, Jenny Monroe Richard Vance, Amanda Simpson, Kristen Talmadge, Courtney Dickerson, Leigh Hartley, Michelle Brous- sard Don Hinton, Jeana Gunn, Brian Fyfe, Suyoung Cho, Mary Tison Quaka, Melanie Cody, Milton LoveU, Josh Blair Jennifer Perkins, Maryland Burgess, Dru Newman,Christy Jaje, Amy Cater, Lucy Stanfill, Emily Oresham, Sandy Morals, Emily Ash, Jackie Morgan, Tiffani Darnell, Bethany Cariisle, Tara Millis, Laura James, Sara McKellop, John Dekoster, Kristen Schonberg, Kelli Kadlecek, Stacy Winetrovb, Lessie Leggett, Libby Carter, Leigh Vandiver, Cassie Anderson, Mandy Martin, Regina Boyd, Elizabeth Barnwell, Sarah Lavers, Phyllis Gamison, Rachel StanJey, Joel Smith Alice Smith, Amy Livingston, Emily HoUey, Unore Gresham, Elizabeth GabneUy, Nycole CambeU, Ginger Dutt Emily Tickle, Mary Katherine Turner, Amy Nored, Ashley GnfTin, Denise Herbert, Amy Foster Uena Pickett Shea Duling, Holly Kruger, Melita Turner, Leigh Ann Heard, Aimee Owings, Rick Dye, Shelly Skidmore, Clayt Gates Cindy Dantone , Stacy Foster, Chuck Cooper, Julie, Morrison, Brandi Daniel, Jesse Lizana, Lon Holt, Ashley Shoemake, Jenny Jones, Martin Murphree, Teri Stidham, Kim Rone, Katie Ridgeway, Members; Demse Maness, Director of School Spirit ORGANIZATION 329 -j: ' X .a ASB Assistants The ASB Assis- tants assist the ASB officers by doing clerical jobs in the ASB office. Ashley McKinney, Assistant Treasurer; Leigh McKnight, Presidential Assistant; Stephen Sparks, Executive Assistant of Ad-i ministrative Affairs; Joey Tignor, Executive Assistant; Webb Younce, Deputy Attorney General; Hank Jones, Deputy Attorney | General; Mary Lee Murphy, Deputy Attorney General; Suzanne Malone, Deputy Attorney General. | Academic Affairs Cominittee The ASB Academ- ic Affairs Com- mittee deals with all matters that concern Academic policies, such as Advising, Library Hours, and Ad- ministrative Fac- ulty questions of cheating . The committee can make resolutions to be presented to the University ' s Academic Coun- cil. 330 ORGANIZATIONS Anne Anderson, Mike Atkinson, Brent Bishop, Kay Kay Brantley, Jeff Carson, Leigh Clinton, Stacy Crabb, Kendra Craft, Tan Duett, Tametrice Eckols, Bunny Findley, Jason Gamer, Jermaine Gray, Crandall Hayes, Richard Heard, Amy Herring, Jasor Herring, Chad Hutchinson, Thomas King, Cathy Lantrip, Rusty Lockhart, Milton Lovell, Mandy Martin, Dan Mathews, Rand McClure, Natalie McConnell, Melissa McGee, Meghan Mitchell, Marian Montgomery, Belinda Moore, Michael Pang, Robin Reed Jo Robison, Mark Rogers, Sims Rogers, Karen Rolling, Roderick Russ, Ruth Allison Simon, Baker Stewart, Jill Underwood, Be White, Carmen Wiggins, Allison Williams, Sharon Wilson, Webb Younce, Rankin Wilboume: Director. Lisas.- T P ' ■: ' MiclBelp ' iUeslitSer- ■1 Kfprtl;; ' " " Slier i ■ I IM ■! ■ ■■ M 1 1 Ml ct: ASB Ambassadors |; «js;SJiM ,hf-i|p - z ' .,: ' ' - ' i -i -r f The Ole Miss Ambassordors and Regional Represent- atives play an impor- tant role in the high school and junior college relations ac- tivities of the Pre- Admissions Office. A student organiza- tion within the exec- utive branch of the ASB Government, the Ambassadors provide tours, assist campus visitors, visit high schools, write letters to prospective students, and partic- ipate in other pro- grams that communi- cate information about Ole Miss. A] bassadors Executive Committee: Sims Rogers, Director; Sharon Wison, Secretary; Allison Williams, Treasurer; Amy Herring, G ipus Activities; Susan Bonifield, Letters; Rachel Reid, Tours; Cindy Flynt, Office Contact; Missy Reid, Public Relations; Meg Mhaels, Phone Blitz; Mike Andrews, Megan Mitchell, Housing; Cathy Morrisson, Sponsor Al lassadors: Lisa Batten; Holly Bergeson; Kristy Bland; Susan Blanton; Mike Blossom; AUyson Bowman; Robin Chipley; Natalie Chu; Cassandra Curry; Amy Dj ' ey; Jane Gober; Paula Goodman; Tedral Hankins; Ashley HoUis; Marisa Huddleston; Tricia Kpof; Hope Ladner; Chris Lane; Amy Legg; Liza Lindley; Mandy tin; Jennifer Medley; Jennifer Miller; Michelle Miller; Wendy Miller; Michelle Mize; Shonda McNeil; Leigh Ann Moniot; Danielle Neil; Nici Nichols; Dana onnell; Michael Pang; Ron Peresich; Cecily Pharr; Marion Reddoch; Susan Lee Rice; Christy Risher; Tracy Rohm; Reggie Rutherford; Scott Sartin; Paula lefer; Leslie Sexton; Scott Shows; Jacqueline Spann; Rebecca Terry; Mandy Watking; Donna West; Melinda Whitten; Quentin Whitwell; Carmen Wiggins; n Wilboume; Vicki Williams; Jennifer Wong; Mindy Young; Prentis Winter onal Representatives: Robyn Adams; Roy Alexander; Cassie Anderson; Caroline Askew; Karen Bailey; Adrienne Barnes; Jennifer Belue; Amy Bland; Kent tnlett; Catina Brandon; Jill Brissenden; Elizabeth Brooks; Justin Brown; Denny Bubrig; Kim Burkes; Melissa Burnett; Jennifer Bushong; Brad Callendar; Kristen ison; Lauren Carson; Leigh Carter; Matthew Christian; Christopher Clay; Jennifer Cockroft; Kendra Craft; Ginger Crocker; Jenny Daner; George Davidson; Ither Deneke; Kathleen Dobbs; Jason Erick; Elizabeth Gabrielly; Kim Garvin; Tomi Gilmer; Chris Graham; Tom Hadley; Laura Hale; Brian Hanrahan; Crandall ' es; Shane Henry; Robert Herzfeld; Heather Hillhouse; Joanna Holland; Monica Hollison; Leslie Jetton; Chevette Jones; Robin Jones; Jeremy Kirkland; Sarah ers; Gary Lawson; Mary Levi; Milton Lovell; Charlotte Lowe; Kathleen McDill; Jennifer Mcintosh; Denise Maness; Meredith Marsh; Rhonda Martin; Stacy isey; Joellen Meitl; Tonya Merriweather; Sarah Mitchell; Monroe Neal; Susan Osten; Tamara Palmer; Patrick Porter; Amy Quaid; Lara Rainey; Treyler Ray; abeth Smotherman; Jerry Redmond; Julie Richardson; Angie Robinson; Michael Robinson; Michele Rudd; Whitney Sahadi; Trey Sebrell; J-Jaye Shackelford; Khael Sicuro; Elizabeth Siva; Elizabeth Smotherman; Stephen Sparks; Jerry Strickland; Pamela Taylor; Amy Terry; Joanne Thomas; Traci Leigh Thompson; ■rie Thrasner; Maradith Tuten; Leigh Vandiver; Chad Wall; Deidra Walters; Meredith Winder; Tom Wong 331 ORGANIZATIONS 1 01 Mississippi Governmental Affairs Committee v - l Jimmy Reynolds, Director; E.J. Gregory, Assistant Director; Robyn Adams; . udra Armstrong; Wayne Averett; John Ba.xter; Dale Beavers; Matt Bennett; Brent Bishop; Katherine Boone; Amanda Busby; Shayne Cade; Lauren Carson; Leigh Carter; Jami Clark; Christopher Clay; Michelle Comer; Kim Cornish; Bryan Cox; Ginger Crocker; Stephanie Deneault; Christy Eubanks; Adam Farlow; Dax Eckard; Courtney Finley; Jennifer Gay; Bradley Glaze; Julie Golden; Deb Goswami; Justin Hertl; Dee Hobbs; Heather Hillhouse; Joanna Holland; Elizabeth Huff; Flynt Hughes; Chad Hutchinson; Hank Jones; Terri Jones; Cathy Lantrap; Robert McCay; Tiffany McCorkle; Tisha McCorkle; Kathleen McDill; Mary Moore McKenzie; Ashley McKinney; Deletha Mann; Scott Marvish; Jennifer Jaye Miller; Michelle Miller; Sarah Misner; Sandy Morals; Darenda Motley; Chris Muller; Cecily Pahrr; T. Bryan Ramsey; Tracy Randle; Sims Rogers; Brian Sanderson; Ryan Senter; Michael Sicuro; Carter Smith; Amy Leigh Snead; Martha Stansel; Christina Stoll; Philip Stroud; Rus Sykes; Jerry Tidwell; Kim Taylor; Missy Thomas; Emily Tickle; Stacey Wallace; Brian Wilson; Jennifer Wilson; Allison Williams Oxford-University Liason Denise Alexander; Stacey Balcamo; Betsy Bartling; Amy Bland; Brent Bishop; Jennifer Boydslun; Dawn Dugan; Maria Ford; Paige Frazure; Kimberly Golden; Laura Haas; Leigh Ann Heard; Kim High; Shonda Holloman; Molly Holmes; Flynt Hughes; Kelly Kellum; Amy Lee; . ' Xmy Legg; Meredith Main; Andrew Mcllhaney; Jamie Meadows; Scott Everett; Suzette Merriam; Stephanie Moates; Katherine Murphy; Ginger Noah; John Pender; Ashley Reyonlds; Meredith Sexton; Patrick Skinner; Nicole Stofer; Kathryn Sutton; Mike Sweet; Rus Sykes; Amy Terry; Kerri Thrasher; Laura Turnage; Stacev Wallace; Wendy Warriner; Nicole Wells; Christy White; Heather Williams; Richard Williams; Brian Wilson 332 ORGANIZATIONS The M.G.A.C. Committee assists the University oft ficials in attaining theii objectives by lobbying the Mississippi Legislature This is accomplishec through travel and corre spondence during actua legislative sessions. The Oxford Liason Con mittee fosters good rel; tions between the Oxfor community and Ole Mi; and hosts a reception bt tween the ASB and the 0) ford-Lafayette Count Chamber of Commerce. 1 addition, this committe assists in community sei vice projects and sponsoi the Student Discoun cards. ii«« ;: V ' ' ' i ■. ' - ' y::y. . e " ' ' vfv: ■ .C.Co,- ' ' f Universe 1 attainiDs ' sbylobbiit, PPi h i. ll TI accoiBp,; J U ■ a elandl K Im ce during nV eses ions. I i W ASB Student Advisory M ■ Atkinson; Kim Burkes; Carrie Calhoun; Natalie Chu; Michelle Comer; Kendra Craft; Jennifer Cuevas; Traci Leigh Davis; Carrie D« ning; Stephanie East; Bunny Findley; Elizabeth Gabrielly; Jennifer Gay; Brian Hanrahan; Jeremy Hebert; Robin Jones; Stacy Jeine Jones; Julie Johnson; Amy Legg; Meredith Main; Suzanne Malone; Sarah McKellip; Lee Massey; Meghan Mitchell; Angela 01 jr: Bill Pittman; Kelly Revels; ' Christy Risher; Zac Scruggs; Rachel Stanley; Natalie Steward; Traci Stokes; Kim Tucker; Caroline W cer; Allison Williams; Brian Wilson University Development )ti Liason l| isiers good ,veen the 0) ly and Ole s a tecepiioil ■ SBandtk(| ajeiie Coi ol ' Commei idsandspoi jent Discoi I th Thompson. Director; Brook Hayes, Chairman; Anne Anderson; Amy Bland; Brent Bishop; Allyson Bowman; Laurie Brocato; I iny Bubriy; Amanda Busby; Brittany Copeland; Dawn Dugan; Michael Fraley; Lisa Gold; Rusty Lockhart; Tiffany McCorkle; 1 la McCorkle; Kris Olmstead; Jimbo Price; Amy Quaid; Robin Reed; Rachel Reid; Julie Richardson; Kimberly Rollings; Tina B go; Laurie Ellen Smith; Brand Spragins; Mike Sweet; Daryl Thomas; Mary Katherine Turner; Bethany Vaughan ii i The Student Advisory is empowered to inform the State Institutes of Higher Learning Board of Trust- ees of all matters of inter- est to the students of Ole Miss. This is done through the passage of resolutions and the keeping of minutes which are forwarded to the Board of Trustees. • ,vvj The University Develop- ment Committee is re- sponsible for student fund- raising, promotion of the University alumni contri- butions, and planning and implementing projects to better Ole Miss financial- ly. The committee also de- velops students ' ideas into programs that can enhance the University ' s environ- ment. ■m ORGANIZATIONS 333 The Student-UPD relations committee strives to strenghten communication ties between the students and the PoHce Department. The committee is responsible for enforcing the importance of public safety at the Univer- sity. mVA ' .)V •WTW . ' s ' , " N ' Student Loan Services is an ASB funded-committee that provide short-term loans to students in need of financial assistance. The loans, which cannot exceed $100, must be paid back within 30 days. 334 ORGANIZATIONS UPD Relations Jeff Bundy; Natalie Chu; Anthony Forneris; Stephen Gaia; WilUam Hardin; Meredith Main; Kristen Morgan; Dor, Plaisted; Yvette Reed; Rashed Hasan Sheikh; Maureen Sorells; Amy Terry; Bethany Vaughan f Student Loan Services eMrigerato lainai: 5 reital refi livmihstudi Denise Alexander; Holly Johnson; Melanie McRay; Veronica Roberts; Bethany Vaughan r:.-CT». t;jl ' v« ' , y Food Services Committee [i iillii il Food Service Committee ves as a bridge between the dents and the food services lilable to them. Responsibil- :s of the committee include ' iewing existing policies, king suggestion, and bringing nplaints to the University. t f Amy Bland; Christopher Cobb; Nikitia HoUingsworth; Sarah Jones; Cathy Ledbetter; Meredith Main; Tracy Townes ifiiiMMorji Refrigerator Rentals Committee le Refrigerator Rentals Com- ittee maintains and distrib- iHes rental refigerators to the ■ ' Diversity student body. I I I I August White, Director; Angela Benton, Chairman; Caroly Bouley; Brian Bumette; Michael Dunavent; Cade Sudduth; Phyllis Garrison; Perry Goodman; Brian Hinton; Reed Mask; Mark Rodden; Patrick Rogers; Tate Smith; York Waliser ORGANIZATIONS 335 A SB Independent Affairs ' ., ' -1 ' , -- - ' ■ ' -;1 The Independent Affairs Committee is composed of fourteen independent stu- dents. These students deal with all matters concerning independents. The commit- tee meets regularly to discuss independent projects and ways to plan activities that will mix together all students from all different areas of campus. The Human Relations Task Force is responsible for fostering good rela- tions between the different culture groups on campus and for making students more culturally aware. The Human Relations Task Force will be sponsoring a survey that measures social distance and accepts sugges- tions for cultural relation improve- ments. The Task Force will be spon- soring a prejudice awareness workshop in the spring semester. The Human Relations Committee will implement the ideas of the Hu- man Relations Task Force. They will serve as helpers in projects and will act as the backbone of their service projects and workshops. Chris Baxley; Maxiam Dean; Tametrice Eckols; Richard Heard; Heather Hillhouse; Robin Jones; Leslie Price; Rogers; Amy Terry; Melinda Whitten Human Relations I ipse of tied bdeai studa idepeiideiiiG fa ' onli; Iota - nWizabeilBo hudaOeama (Iran Davis: K f.lauralttFjn " Waves; Jason I Bnberly Kraft! Moiald;,Men lliver, Holly K fa Sanders ieSimiitrMii •;Kce enii[ie j _i. Allison Williams, Chairman; Joseph Alfonsi; John Allen; Gina Barton; Catina Brandon; Jennifer Brockman; Tony Bruni Natalie Chu; Michelle Comer; Tawana Duren; Rick Dye; Ronald Earl; Tametrice Eckols; Anne Elliot; Cindy Flint; Da Freeman; Brad Glaze; Rafael Griffin; Meer Hasan; Jason Herring; Robert Herzfeld; Heather Hillhouse; Joana Holland; Te Hudson; Chad Hutchinson; Hank Jones; Stacy Jones; Jill Keesbury; Kerrolyn Kellum; Danielle Lagerda; Milton Lovell; Lei Lucas; Stacy Massey; Randi McClure; Jessica McCormack; Elizabeth Mills; Katrina Mitchell; Marian Montgomery; Kath) ine Murphy; Jennifer Pace; Ashley Reynolds; Ashley Sutton; Kim Taylor; Ginger Todd; Tracy Townes; Laura Tumage: Underwood; Quentin Whitwell; Brian Wilson; Jennifer Wong; Tom Wong 336 ORGANIZATIONS ■ ■■»■ I ' o? ASB Greek-Independent Relations I, . JU rT r .. ii lurpose of the Greek-Independent Relations Committee is to try to promote positive interactions between members of the Greek community 1 ndendent students. We hope to accomplish this through many activities through the year. Our main activity will include the new Ic Independent Games. These games will promote better understanding among the different groups on the University campus. Mnsworth; John Allen; Mario Alt; Ashley Anderson; Cassia Anderson; Mike Atkinson; Nicole Bennett; laura Benton; Jennifer Bertman; Caroline well; Elizabeth Boyd; Mary Dudley Bridgeforth; Dana Brooks; Denny Bubrig; Shayn Cade; Carrie Calhoun; Amy Cater; Phillip Chaney; Joe Clair; Chris Amanda Clearman; Guy Cochran; Melanie Cody; Michael Cole; Chris Collins; Claire Colquitt; Amy Cooper; Ginger Crocker; Jeff Crumbley; Jennifer is; Traci Davis; Kelley Elizabeth Day; Bess Dodge; Macon Dukes; Rick Dye; Stephanie East; Mary Eaves; Tametrice Eckols; Holly Edwards; Adam w; Laura Lee Farmer; Elizabeth Gabrielly; Phyllis Gamson; Jennifer Gay; Toni Gilmer; Kate Glasmer; Chad Greer; David Harbison; Emily Harmon; lall Hayes; Jason Herring; Holly Hiett; Jana Hill; Joanna Holland; Tina Homan; Chastity Johnson; Julie Johnson; Reece Jones; Katie Kennington, Will Kimberiy Kraft; L isa Krieser; Holley Kruger; Rebecca Ladd; Angle Lambert; Gary Lawson; Lisa Lefoldt; Amy Legg; Brood Lester; Teresa Lotterhos; MacDonald; Meredith Magers; Suzanne Malone; Tisha McCorkle; Robert McCoy; Sarah Misner; Lisa Moore; Wally Morgan; Lori Nelson; Ginger Noah; la Oliver; Holly Kris Olmstead; Michael Pang; Jason Patterson; Paige Perkins; Ross Piper; Tracy Randle; Jerry Redmond Jr.; Steven Rice; Veronica rts; Brian Sanderson; Zach Scruggs; Eric Seifert; Rashedul Hasan Sheikh; Amy Simmons; Sharon Simmons; Alice Smith ; Keysla Smith ; Emil Stiles; lanie Sumner; Mike Sweet; Amy Terry; Missy Thomas; Kim Tucker; Laura Tumage; Richard Vance; Katharing Vestal; Amy Vester; Robin Wallace; Lynn on; Trice Weminer; Suzanne White; Katherine Wilhams; Adam Wilson; Jennifer Wodsworth; Amber Young ORGANIZATIONS 337 v ' c ' -: ; • i;i I ' , I ASB Student Wellness mBmmM Allyson Bowman; Emily Ash; Stacey Balsamo; Bridget Barber; Shanna Bartlett; Jennifer Belue; Brooke Bible; Katherine Boone; Heather Boyd; Laurie Brocato; Jen- nifer Brockman; Carrie Calhoun; Carrie Cater; Amy Chelett; Shannob Clearman; Amanda Clearman; Wendy Collier; Kim Cornish; Cindi Covey; Jennifer Cuevas; Stephanie Daneault; Lindley Davis; Dinah Dedmon; Car- rie Downing; Ginger Dutt; Stephanie East; Mary Eaves; Holly Edwards; Elizabeth Elkins; Leslie Evan; Josette Farmer; Margaret Ann Ferris; Lisa Fisher; Erin Furr; Brice Fyfe; Julie Galloway; Grant Gautier; Jennifer Fay; Brian Glahn; Lisa Gold; Laura Haney; Emily Harmon; Denise Hebert; Stacy Hjorth; Karen Honeycutt; Shannon Hopkins; Angela Humphreys; Holly Johnson; Julie John- son; Meg Johnson; Christy Jones; Katie Kennington; Kel- ly Kooshian; Ann Kraus; Chris Lane; Lisa Lefoldt; Amy Legg; Charlotte Lowe; Kurre Luber; Paula Kaye LaBrot; Meredith Main; Angela Meyer; Elizabeth Mills; Sarah Misner; Emily Moore; Gilliam Morris; Cindy Morrison; Courtney Mortimer; Jenny Mortimer; Liz Munsterman; Beth Muse; Jennifer McCarver; Keyy McGee; Corley McNabb; Danielle Neil; Dana O ' Donnell; Angela Oliver; Susie Osten; William Page; Krissi Pancouast; Tricia Peeples; Jennifer Perkins; Paige Perkins; Carol Phillips; Kimm Poe; Betty Ponder; Lance Potter; Stephanie Powell; Johnathan Powers; Dameron Reaster; Bethany Reed; Tami Reed; Wendy Reed; Angela Richardson; Kathy Roberts; Amy Robmson; Bridgette robinson; Jo Carol Robison; Kimberly Rollins; Ellen Sammons;Dawne Shields; Carter Smith; Hannah Smith; Cricket Stephens; Traci Stokes; Amy Stork; Lee Summers; Kathryn Sutton; Kim Taylor; Joanne Thomas; Shelby Thompson; Kerrie Thraser; Courtney Tlumber; Ginger Todd; Sally Town- send; Jennifer Traughber; Kim Tucker; Laura Tumage; Richard Vance; Bethany Vaughan; Prissy Watkins; Blair Wentworth; Donna West; Carmen Wiggins; Katherine Williams; Susan Williams; Christie Wison; Heather Wood; Leslea Wood; Amber Young The Student Wellness Committee, aided in part by the University Student D velopment Center educates students emotional, intellectual, social, physical, an spiritual needs by providing counseling, hosting speakers and sponsoring project: Activities include a co-sponsorship of the National Collegiate Alcohol Awarenei Week in October, a health fair and various other smaller projects. 338 ORGANIZATIONS Environmental Awareness 1 I i« Deb Ainsworth; Kristie Baker; Jennifer Brockman; Tony Brunini; Jenny Burch; Knsta Carey; Amy Carter; Thomas Cheairs; Amanda Clearman; Guy Cochran; Cayce Coleman; Dennis Coleman; Wendy Collier; JefTCrumbley; Jed Dowdy; Shannon Doyle; Julie Galloway; Peter Harper; Don Hinton; Chad Hutchinson; Laura James; Candice Jenkins; Leigh Carol Jordan; Shannon Kelley; Carrie Kooshian; Kelly Kooshian; Ann Lisa Krieser; Liza Lindley; Rusty Lockhart; Danielle LaGerda; Robb Massengill; Amy Massey; Joellen Meitl; Elizabeth Mills; Paige Myracle; Mandi McArthur; Jessica McCormack; Nikki McElroy; Sara McKellip; Dana O ' Donnel; Carol Phillips; Donald Plaisted; Bethany Reed; Robin Reed; Katie Ridgeway; Mark Roger; Jennifer Schneider; Jennifer Sekul; Cricket Stephens; Joey Stewart; Missy Sutton; Ginger Todd; Date Valentine; Leigh Vandiver, Katharing Vestal; Suzanne; Brian Wilson; Christi Winterstein; Jill Wood ' - xp- i -- ' . . " .- ' - ' . l Student Health Advisory sin ' Studeiir :al.pliysici coholAwai;; Bridget Barber; Allyson Bowman; Leigh Carter; Jennifer Colditz; Carrie Downing; Ashley Duncan; Ginger Dutt; Amy EUis; Josette Farmer; Coumey Finley; Aimee Floyd; Amy Foster; Stacy Foster; Ryan Galey; Julie Golden; Carla Hardee; Chuck Heflin; Don Hinton; Emily Holley; Christie Hoover; Tom Horn; Mary Ingram; Kelly Kellum; Clay King; Kacey Knotts; Holley Kruger; Amy Legg; Wendy Lehman; Rusty Lockhart; Milton Lovell; Stephanie Mac- intosh; Michelle Miller; Beth Muse; Lori Nelson; Michael Pang; Kate Pender; Dena Picket; Amy Quiad; Robin Reed; Eddie Rester; Ellen Sammons; Allison Speights; Pike Spratling; Daryl Thomas; Jennifer Traughber; Mary Kathering Turner; Melita Turner; Leann Van Slyke I The Environmental Aware- ness Committee was a newly created committee set up to study the pr actices and pro- cesses of the Universtiy waste management. Some of the things proposed by the com- mittee have been to discon- tinue the use of styrofoam cups in the Union and to have paper recycling drops around campus. The Student Health Advisory Committee is designed to provide input into the Stu- dent Health Services, and to help make recommendations for improvement. It also serves to inform and educate students of current health is- sues. ORGANIZATIONS 339 Su Information Management Within Information Management there are three sub-committees which are Publications, Communi- cations, and Computer Services. The Publications Committee is set up to oversee the content and pro- duction of student and University generated publications. This com- mittee is consulted if problems arise with any of these publications. The Communications Commission acts as a liason between the gov- ernment and the various informa- tional outlets on campus. Topics of student concern are discussed in re- gard to campus media organiza- tions and recommends decisions tc the Director of Information Man agement. The Computer Services Committee is a sub-cabinet position and make sure the committee handles all mat ters concerning the ASB computei system and internally generated in formation. ' vl I t Mark Beckman; Brent Bishop; Jennifer Boydstun; Angela Burchad; Nycole Campbell; Jeffrey Corales; Christy Denton; Traci Davis; Dawn Dugan; Shea Dulig Elizabeth Gabrielly; William Glasgow; Todd Inman; Amy Legg; Amy Livingston; Jackie Lyon; Susan McDavitt; Wendy Miller; Belinda Moore; Katherim Murphy; Natalie Pharr; Ashley Reynolds; Julie Richardson; Casey Simmons; Blair Wentworth; Richard Williams; Brian Wilson; Jennifer Wilson Student Housing MimimerOne fe yenis iL JtdiDEDLD tilat The Student Housinf Committee acts as a liasoi between the ASB offia and the interhall councils comprised of memberi from every campus dormi tory. The committee ha; representatives in dormi tories on campus, allowing residents to easily presem ideas or problems to thf dorm administration. Steve Pi SimsRo Cassand LiaKri Jamie J ' ElenN( Trac R JeaneB lemifei Laura B Alicia Arguelles; Brad Callender; Tametrice Eckels; Stephen Gaia; Emily Gresham; Holly Hiett; Brad Jennings; Hunter Jordon; Bayard Morgan; Dn Newman; Meredith Sexton; Kerri Thrasher; Jennifer Whisenhunt 340 ORGANIZATIONS I ' ' ioii Mine iliittsr ■ Id W,0)1 " " ' " " adUii, MlSliltdifp,!) « " i teeei Ik ' • itit anois iti ■- " Mipiis,Tip wtiiedisciissiJi Ml itiStmctsCom MiposilioiaiJ! Millet tadlsC NUlkASBfflE; ulenulj jenmij iDiigaii;SlieaDi da Moore; Kjile id Wilson Summer Orientation Leaders le Summer Orientation Leaders first selected in 1 989, assist new students in making the transition from high school or junior college to Ole iss. Students fill out applications and are chosen based on outstanding leadership skills, academics, and planning skills. Leaders are iroUed in EDLD 309, Leadership Seminar, in the spring. They assist in planning, and implementing summer orientation workshops, fall ientation and welcome week. denl eactsasaliis the ASB iierliallcoiiici dofmf don Ion ;o easily pf» jfoblenis to lives m ijafdk Steve Price Sims Rogers Cassandra Roberts Lisa Krieser Jamie Meadows Ellen Needier Tracy Randle Jeane Buckner Jennifer Parham Laura Bonner Jonathan Pennington Amy Morehead Cynthia Flint Shea Blackburn Stacey Wallace Mario Alt Nancy Riddle Wendy Nielsen Denny Bubrig Melissa Burnett Angle Robinson Robin Jones Danielle Franck Missy Reid Latrice Moore Shir ley Elizabeth Wiygul Lisa Chow Kathryn Hodo Tom Gannon 341 ORGANIZATIONS Student Programming Board I The University ol Misssissppi Student Pro- gramming Board is the major programming bod of the University. The Board is composed of twc elected officers, a Board ol Directors, and numerous committe members. Then are seven committees tc serve on, with about twen- ty to forty members or each committee. The SPE is a great way to get in- volved with campus activ ' ities and their production. Committee member s lection is done by an ap plication process. Any 01( Miss student is eligiblt and encouraged to apply Selection is done at the be ginning of each semester. SPB Board of Directors Director, Lucy Brewer; Associate Director, Alan Moore; Travel, Patrick Burnett; Production, Craig Hallum; Asst. Production, Germain McConnell; Pageants, Carol Kloha; Short Courses Asst.Pageant, Brian Sanderson; Multi-Day Events, Marcy Hutcheson; Single-Day Events, Thomas " Trey " McGregor; Publicity, Alison Osborne; Asst. Publicity, Nici Nichols; SPB IHC Giselle Smith; SPB Assistant, Mary Ellen McAllistor; SPB Advisor, Mary A. Kidd Students Compete in Blizzard of Bucks game show for cash prizes! 342 ORGANIZATIONS SPB ▲ 2 1 . Students enter in a machine full of money in the Blizzard of Bucks gameshow sposored by the SPB in the student union. 2. Gyro during Homecoming week 3. The Student Programming Board caters free food at the Union and live music during Homecoming week. 4. Casino Night, Students gamble at Roulette to win Big Prizes!! A4 ORGANIZATIONS 343 SPB Widespread Panic, Allgood, The Radiators Students leave gravity on GYRO during Homecoming week ..« pble: - x _. I ■ h The Spider WebA ' elcro Wall was great afternoon entertainment in the Union Radiators play awesome music!! Plaza 344 ORGANIZATIONS SPB dog shows are a fa- vorite. SPB sponsors FREE caricatures in the Stu- dent Union. E-v Tf SME ORGANIZATIONS 345 Ole Miss Army ROTC Ole Miss Army ROTC — Rebel Battalion. Army ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) offers college students the opportunity to graduate with a commission in the U.S. Army, Reserves or National Guard. ROTC provides chal- lenging, stimulating training in leadership and management. The Rebel Battalion traces its roots back to the University Grays (a student corps in the Civil War), but was activated as an infantry training unit on March 11, 1936. ROTC was mandatory from 1954 to 1970, with over 1,200 cadets having been commissioned. ROTC offers the unique ex- perience of everything from in- tramural sports to fall and spring formals, patrolling at Lake Puskus to thrice-weekly PT. Cadets look back on their days at Ole Miss and in ROTC with fond memories. HOO-AH! First Row:Mike Layne,XO;Randy Phillips,S-l;Robert Jones,S-2;Paul Willoughby,S-3;Warren WeUs,S-4;Second Row: Rob Ed- wards;Dameion Logan;Ed Quigley;Chad Wesf.Scott Caldwell;Third RowJosephine Creel;James SmjthjJoe Sam Stephens;Shawn Watts-Sherry Craig;Fourth Row:Blaise Gallahue,CSM;John James;Lou Shing;Jesse Moore; Matt Zerfoss;Fifth Row:Rebekah Tirrell;Scott Osborne- John Bonnette;Michael Vicars;Joel Moore;Sixth Row:Brad Glaze; Christian Kubista;Dan Kemp;Robert Young;Trey Ray; Rebel Redlegs and Cannon Crew and Color Guard at Retreat Ranger Challenge team at Delta State Competition Ceremony 346 ORGANIZATIONS Army ROTC D traces its University fps io the rivaled as 5 unit OD OTC wa to ts bavinf ice-weekl on thci[ in ROTC TOO-AH ' RELOAD!!! - ' ■ M v»-: j - ' :tp: S 4S %ifc--c i tiaki Josephine Creel down the 60 ft. Tower. Airmobile Operation Hueys to Lake Puskus Land- ing Zone. ORGANIZATIONS 347 Academy of Students of Pharmacy ASP Omcers:(left to right) Shan Parker, JuUe Giddings, Stephanie Sims, Lea Ann Hughes, Donna West, Kim Young, Barbie Creager, Dayle DiUon, Chris MacLauriiJ The Academy of Students of Pharmacy is the student association branch of the Amencan Pharmaceutical Association, which is the national organization representing all pharmacists throughout the country Locally ASP is a service-oriented organization to the school and also to the community in which the school | is located. In order to accomplish their many service projects such as blood pressure screenings, drug j awareness programs, and medication review profiles, ASP establishes various committees in which each member is expected to take an active role. Through the committee foundation and executive structure of ASP the hope is to obtain their organization ' s primary goal. Briefly stated, their pnmary goal is to prepare the professional pharmacy students for the leadership positions that they will ultimately inherit once they enter the community, state, and natonal setting. TheOleM support p sponsors s Societ} ' ii ootstandii Molly Adams Jamie Anderson Angela Bailey Chariie Bell Samantha Black Amy Blaylock Tanya Borrell Beffie Brewer Lisa Brown Nelson Burford Ben Bums Gwyneeda Carter Beth Caver Kim Cleveland Dina Courtney Ginger Dean Arthur Delashmet Alan Diehl Chris Duraj Lisa D. Fratesi Melissa Gillespie Jamie Gunnells Kyle Heimer Jason Humphreys Sangeeta Iyer Chad Jordan Jeffery King Elizabeth Lancaster Tonya Mathis Shawn Mcintosh David Neal Rebecca Null Shan Parker Jeff Porter Rob Roberts Formeka Russell Donna Snipes Stephanie Starr Marcy Thompson Phillip Tubb Cherri Waits Brent Wells Shannon Whitaker Jill Williamson Jimmy Wing Angie Adams Cheryll Angel Victor Bailey Garland Bell Pam Blackburn Amy Boatman Kelly Boutwell Lance Brock Carole Brown Pamela Burgess Frank Burton Kellie Caston Mart Chandler Julie Colby Diedre Cowart Kaye Dearman Jane Dendy Dayle Dillon Lydia Edwards Jennifer Freeny Dawn Ginn Randy Guntharp Mark Hemphill Stacey Hurst Jim Jackson Debbie Jue Billy King Steve Landrum Shelly Mathis Steven McKay Susan Neese Kimsey O ' Neal Beth Parker Shannon Potts Rick Robinson Cassandra Russell Kathy Spann Wynn Staten Sarah Thornton Elizabeth Tubbs Jana Waller Donna West Guy Wilkins Joseph Williamso Raymond Woo Jennifer Allen Gena Austin Janet Baker Sallye Benson Angy Blanton Amanda Bobb David Breland Charlotte Brookshire Amy Buckles Steve Burkes Audra Busby Anna Cates Robin Chipley Leigh Ann Coleman James Crane Bradley T. Deaton Carey Depperschmidt Marty Dilworth Natalie Ellis Julie Freudenberg Kristen Goehring Brenda Habedank Karen Hemdon Stacie Hutchison Stacie T. James Neely Kellum Susan King Mark I e Terri Mattox Chris McLaurin Tracy Nichols Wendy Jane O ' Quinn Sangita Patel Cindy Powell Bobbie Jo Ross Eddie Rutherford Steve Spurgeon Chad Stewart James Tinsley David Tuberville Shelley Walters Beverly West Melinda Williams Eulanda Willis Henry Wood Alan Andei Chris A . Mike B . Marty Bij ' Amy Blayl ; Jeff Boj . Danny Brel Reagan Bn Donna Bui i Chasity Burnt i Ginny B i Stacey Cat ' Tonya C : Jerri Coi : Barbie Cre; ' Darlene DeCi i Connie De 1 Kayla Di i Ryan Emfir • Sedji Gard r Paul Grab i Jodi Hai 1 Darren Hi Brad Is : Kim Jai Kara Kilpati t MikeKIeiJ Todd : Shauna McCar ' Amy McMa:r Ramona North( t ReneeOlbrit RachellePl DenisePit Clay Ro : Marty Sandi Kim Stanf i Felicia Ste«t Troy Tompks Susan Turn! Dawna Walls Lynne Wheel! Trevor Willi£S Amanda WiM ' Archie Writ Ole M Societ; Presidi Treasi Secret Kath Sergei 348 ORGANIZATIONS Pre-Law Society The Ole Miss Pre-Law Society was formed at the University of Mississippi in the spring of 1 990, as a society and honorary, to aid students in their quest for legal studies. The society acts as an information clearing house and support group. It provides information on applying to law schools, and on LSAT test dates. Also, the society sponsors speakers from different areas of law, law studies, law school officials, and other related subjects. The Society inducts new members twice a year. These members are chosen on the basis of academic achievement, outstanding character, abiUty, and personality. Ole Miss Pre-Law Society Officers President Jeff Wilson Vice-President Wendy Miller Treasurer Jeff Warren Secretary Katherine Barrett Sergeant-at-Arms John Travis Chad Aldis Katherine Barrett Christopher Bennett Romney Bumham Amy Cater Kathryn Dilworth Rob Edwards Steven Funderberg John Gough Bess Grinalds T.J. Hamrick Kevin Hoover Jodi Jefcoat John Kinard Jonathon Martin Wendy Miller Joseph Neyman Kandy Parson Crymes Pittman Melissa Reid Krista Shumpert Alan Lee Smith Michael Sullivan Jerry Tidwell Jennifer Vernon Denise Wax Sharon Wilson Ralph Yelverton Jennifer Alexius Charles Barrett Elizabeth Bowen Jason Bush William Coleman Kathleen Dunn Anne Elliot Jenni Garrott Stephanie Grant Lloyd Grissinger William Harrison Norris Hopkins Ginger Johnson Brandon Lail Lyndel Massey Elizabeth Mounger Brian Norman Kristen Patterson Ronnie Poole Leshe Ross Pamela Simmons Joseph Stewart Shannon Sumrall Ginger Todd Fred Wallace Angela Wells William Yates John Baine John Bateman Laurie Brocato Melisse Campbell Edward Connell Rick Dye Lisa Elson John Godwin Johnson Green Joseph Guillot Mary HoUis Mary Katherine Hovius Stephen Johnston Denise Maness Charles Miller Mike Nabors Michael Orr Tucker Person Billy Quinn Wayne Shaw Ruth Alhson Simon Philip Stoud Scott Tanzillo John Travis Jeff Warren Jeff Wilson Erik Yarbro Kenneth Young ORGANIZATIONS 349 Baptist Student Union The Ole Miss Baptist Student Union is an organization for all Christian students who wish to join to grow closer to Christ. Such growth is achieved throv } ) " " ■ Bible Studies, discipleship, weekly fellowship and intramural activities sposored by the BSU. The BSU also conducts campus and community outre: j2jeS,RVdl projects which give students the opportunity to minister to others. Catholic Student Association r nmST First Row: Jennifer Belue, Aimee Schmidt, Kelly Krouse, Hope Ladner, Kelly Cochran, Leigh Monoit; Second Row: Sr. Theresa Maclntyre, Doinimq Tuminello, Jill Jeter, Aimee Floyt, Cynthia Renter, Terri Hudson, Carl Franks, Chris Balducci; Third Row: David Brown, Kelly Bell, Laura Haas, Shann n,u ,j Hopkins, Noel Noble, Mark Barber, Carl Connor, WUl Bowers, Stephen A. Cuevas, John Baxter, Kevm Slattery jjism 350 ORGANIZATIONS Wesley Foundation The Wesley Foundation, Campus Ministry of the United Methodist Church, holds worship on Tuesday Nights at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Center located on Fraternity Row in front of CM. " Tad " Smith Coliseum. Each week there is a free homecooked meal and then an hour worship experience. This is a fun and exciting time to encounter God ' s love and the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Wesley ministers to the needs of students through weekly discipleship groups, semester retreats. Christian fellowship on Thursday nights, and several service projects during the year. This is an inclusive ministry — all students are invited and welcomed. The Campus Min- ister, Rev. Wade Holland, is always available for counsel- ing and assistance. Wesley Foundation Leadership Team: Todd Davis, Eddie Rester, Stephen Sparks, Kim Hart, Rachel Reid, David Wages, Ryan Webb, Laura Schucker, Terry Lee, Matt Green, Jerry Raymond, Fran Carter, Lee Williams, Tonya Bynum Church Of God In Christ iiirattff-- The University of Mississippi Church of God In Christ Fellowship began officially in 1984. It originated with a small group of students who desired to have a regular weekly service on campus. The weekly service consists of topical discussions led by students. Bible study, guest speakers, and fun-filled activities dealing with spiritual themes. Our goal is to provide not only fellowship for Christians but evangelical outreach to the University and Oxford community at large. The fellowship meets on Tuesdays in the Union Room 403 at 7:30 p.m. ORGANIZATIONS 351 Student Alumni Council I The SAC, sponsored by the Ole Miss Alumni Association, is comprised of students who represent classes, academ- ic departments, campus organizations, and geographical districts. The SAC acts as the " bridge " between the university ' s students and alumni. One of the prin- ciple goals of the council is to educate these representatives about the alumni program and all its functions. Through the SAC, students discover opportuni- ties the association has to offer. Melissa Perry Dow Canup Kim Cornish Skip Seawright President Vice President Secretary Public Relations Board of Directors Courtney Fortinberry Hale Dees Cynthia Ray Amanda Stephens Jennifer Wong Joellen Meitl Emily Ash;Anna Burnham;Rebecca Burns;Britt Durham;Cricket Ste- phens;Josette Farmer;Mandy Mendona;Bart Greenham;Julie Highfill;Heather Hamilton;John Al- len;John Harris;Thomas Ward;R. Suzanne Low;Alicia Rankin;Philip McGee;Laura Rogers;Emily Moore;David Biddle;Peyton Petty;Nan Godwin;Allison Pope;Jana Hill;John Thompson;Amy Livingston;Tina Hill;Inda Logan;Christy Parker;Lisa Huber;Colleen King;Ginger Crock- er;Ashley Atkins;Melissa Malouf;Christy Wilson;Chasie Powell;Kate Glamser;Warren Bid- dle;Natalie Montgomery ;Stephanie Balderson;Jan Arnold;Tracy Rohm;Mimi Long 352 ORGANIZATIONS Mariners ROTC Mariners program is an ry activity of the NROTC Unit g to establish closer relationships en the NROTC and other campus izations, understanding of the , and assisting in reaching a goal of lete success of all Navy ROTC so- ctivities. le Cambell;Susan Cherry;Shawna |om;Jenny Daner;Carlynn Dix- ancy Donelanjennifer Hill;Kaky ;nder;Elizabeth Mangum;Tara vay;Bridget Moeck;Kim Pat- ;Kim Rorie;Kina Scudi;Kerri iSher;Jennifer Steward;Lori Bai- isa Mobley;Leslie Sexton Air Force ROTC le mission of the Air Force is to fly, t, and win in order to preserve hrica ' s freedom. The goal of Air ;e ROTC, here at Ole Miss, is to j 1 interested young men and women he prepared and willing to accom- h this mission. I ;ing an officer in the United States I Force is not just a job or position — a way of life. The demanding qual- litions to become an officer assure y of well-educated specialists who I I the high academic standards re- ed to fill various positions in our . military organization. |ir Force ROTC at Ole Miss offers routes to an Air Force commission, lering students may enroll in the Ir-year program, and students with at lit two academic years remaining in ege may apply for the two-year pro- jm. ORGANIZATIONS 353 Malaysian Student Association The Malaysian Student Association is currently the largest international stu- dent body on campus with about 150 members. Formed in 1982, the organ- izational seeks to foster friendship and understanding between Malaysian stu- dents and other students, as well as, to share the diverse and unique Malaysian culture with the university and the Ox- ford community. Various activities are held year round to achieve these goals. The most elaborate being the ' Malaysian Nite ' which is held in the fall of every year. ' Malaysian Nite 1992 ' was celebrated on November 1 5, 1 992, with dances, songs, food, exhibition and cul- ture, native to this country. Abong Irene;Alicia 0 ' Brien;Aren Coomarasamy;Chan Shin Yi;Chang Sow Fong;Cheam Heng Chong;Chen Keng Heng;Chew Yien Hoong;Chew Foong Meng;Chew G Kee;Chin Wai Mean;Chin Yuin Loong;Chong Kim Chan;Chong Yee Ching;Chua Goeh Kok;chua Tiong Yong;Emily Ha;Goh Eng Choon;Terence Hew;Ho Foo Nin;! Kum Ming; Ho May Leng;Angie Hong;Hoo Siew Lee;Huang Kit Jeen;Jeyakumar Suppiah;Jong Oi Lee;Kang Chang Yee;Koh Liong Soon;Alice Kong;Kong Tze Hui ' Kua;Lai Ming Yin;Law Meng Chin;Lee Eng Kwang;Lee Hong Lim;Lee How Ong;Tony Lee;Lee Kwai Weng;Lee Teck Chun;Lee Yong Khoon;Leong Chee Choon;Leo Kok Chew;Leong Teck Foong;Leong Wai Mun;Lim Hock Hwa;Jimmy Lim;Mabel Lim;Lim Keng How;Lim Moo Le;Lim Mun Hou;Paul Lim;Lim Pee Teck;Lim Se Guan.Lim Siau Huey;Lim Sin Chew;Lim Soon Kiong;John LimXiong Yew Loong;Liong Yew Wei;Loh Yew Leong;Lok Wai Peng;Loke Sen Wei;Looi Kim Bee;Low Gin;Low Keng Fui;Lu Lee Ho;Lye Chuan Wei;Mak Wei Kee;Mar Wei Kee;Mathevan Gengan;Muniandy Suppiah;Muralikrishnan Ramalingam;Naidu Srimaraj;N . Woon Sing;Ng Eng See;Winson Ng;John Ng;Ning Swee Fah;Ong Siew Eng;Ong Tee Boon;May Ooi;Ooi Jiann Jiunn;Ooi Poh Hoon;Pang Lee Ling;Ramasamy Arasu;R Harith;Seet Wan Chi;Seow Lay Guat;Ser Siew Peng;Shanmugam Pusparijah;Shong Fook Chemg;Winson Shu;Sim Chin Hu;Harpinder Singh;Tai Woon Lee;TanC| Hiang;Tan Hock Hwa;Tan Lip Kheng;Tan Nee Phing;Tan Puei Ling;Tan See Kian;Tan Siok Thieng;Tang Choong Ming;Albert Tang;Tee Keng Teck;Teh Meng Kiat;T | Tien Nan;Teoh Hock Seng;Tham Min Chie;Thye Wei Hong;Irene Toh;Tok San San;Simon Uh;Annie Wee;JefTery Wong;Wong Soo Pei;Jasper Wong;Aric Yap;Ye, Cheng Yeow;Yee Po Lam;Yeo Sim Leong;Yew Cheng Yan;Yow Yoke Thin;Yu Hock Hwa;Zack Zurkamain Korean Student Association (Hit); lAlptoldO for«oi isasp jmivcrsiiiH liil fieli ijDiiii ifeltJUB 3 Rose iiletnl ilJImii iiiSta ■jVeraoi •at ' elBa Understanding, Unity and Friendship on Campus The Korean Student Association (KSA) of the University of Mississippi was founded in 1987. The major goal of KSA is to create a high level of understanding and unity for its members and to enhance mutual understanding and friendship be- tween Koreans and Americans in the University community. KSA sponsors and encourages its members to partic- ipate in cultural, social and academic meetings, Korean students recruitment, spring and fall picnics and annual In- ternational Festivals. Members Include: Nam Youn Kim; Jang Woo Kim; Young Taek Park — President; Hyo Young Lee; Dae Ryoung Kim; Young Sik Kwak; Pyeong Soo Jung; Young Bae Park; Su Young Cho; Soo Young Lee; Dr. ManKil Jung — Advisor; Seung Koo Lee - Secretary; Chul Soo You a.Ni I), was II ' mdeiijtlias i iworkfor Siijh sem« [Iprojects. 354 ORGANIZATIONS ion Siffma Alpha Iota tHti-iloFv mPeeTetck ma Alpha Iota is an international music :ernity for women. Its purpose is to pro- te social contact among persons sharing interest in music and to foster interest in sic. It is a specialized fraternity that con- 5s its membership to persons interested in music discipline in accredited colleges 1 universities all over the world. Sigma )ha Iota organizes its group life specif- Uy to promote competance and achieve- nt in its field. idem — Jeane Buckner :-President — Lisa Batten isurer — Amy Terry President, ritual — Cindi Covey ■etary — Jana Rosenbaum ;eant-at-Arms — Sarah Walsh ley Barmettler anda Crownover nda Cullom 1 Jy Davis N [cy Donham ■ a Dyer {anda Knight 1 ::y Manning li issa Privett ■ 1 Ret eguiz K itin Rose " i:NiiillSr-.- fidaTerral ! li -y Tillman ■ V lifer Shaw J lie Vernon S ron Webster WonfAnt!. n t Kappa Kappa Psi ' 1 e Beta Beta Chapter of Kappa Kappa i, a National Honorary Band Frater- y, was founded on the Ole Miss cam- s in 1948. Being the 50th chapter jnded, it has the distinction of being own nationally as " the Golden Chap- r of Kappa Kappa Psi. " United rough fraternal brotherhood, mem- rs work for the betterment of the band rough service and selection of worth- lile projects. I : ' avid Stansfield; Jonathan Atikins; idric Jackson; Wayne King; Bob Bai- y; Adam Alvis; Mike Bonds; Brian rider; Raymond Kelly; Sam Norris; ly Walker; Steve Watson; Chris ughes; Bil Scott; John Jordan; Brett ouglas; Steven Dealer; Sponsor — Da- d WiUson ii ORGANIZATIONS 355 Black Graduate Association Professional Student Association The Black Graduate and Professional Student Association was initiated on the University o Mississippi campus five years ago by Dr. James Brown, assistant dean of the Graduate School, Since the fall of 1991, the BGPSA has been involved with an after school program in C.B Webb Housing Authority. The aim in the school program is to provide assistance with homewor] and overall support for and to the youth living in the area. The BGPSA also sponsors a coUoquin series, which is currently being held twice a month and social mixers which promote positivi interaction among students. The purpose of the association is to provide accomodations and a service to the University o Mississippi which has the largest percentage of minority students in the nation. 356 ORGANIZATIONS Naval ROTC Universii i iuateScl rsacollot mote pos Universi iiiMiii The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) was established at Ole Miss in June, 1 946, with the purpose of training Ole Miss students for future naval careers. NROTC students are classified either Scholarship or College Program mid- shipmen. All commissioned scholarship students must serve four years on active duty. At the end of the four year period commissioned students may choose to leave the active service and be com- missioned in the Naval Reserve. Seniors Don Weccu; James Herrington; Charles Jones; Andy Walton Tim Evans; Alex Peabody; Kevin Lack- ie Chris Morehead; J.T. Thomas; John Sullivan; Roger Keller Steve Sims; Terry Mayfield; Rodrick Forrest ORGANIZATIONS 357 Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda is a national busi- ness fraternity, that bridges the gap between Academic theory and reality. Phi Beta Lambda is a service organ- ization with the goal of preparing our members with the skills and knowl- edge necessary to succeed in the dy- namic world that they will face. Members: Beth Abdo; Gene Adams: Amy Ander- son; Ernest Aschenbach; Anne Anderson: Wayrte Averett: Kristy Baker: Tommy Barker: Janice Ben- nett: Brent Bishop: Susan Broom: Chris Buford: Kristin Bussone: James Cobb: Jennifer Cockcrofi: Suzanne Cranston: Katie Cummings: Tiffani Darnell: Lindley Davis: Shannon Doyle: Brent Fairley: Alex Fong: Priscitla Fong: Deidre Gil- lespie: Paula Goodman: Tract Grant: Elizabeth Hammack: Emili Hardin: Melissa Hipp: Martin Holland: Russell Hughes: Tim Isbell: Jodi Jefcoat: Chris Jones: Lisa Lefoldt: Milton Lovell: Patricia Martin: Al Maxcy: Jennifer Mcintosh: Leigh McKnight: Jay Miller: Elise Montgomery: Donald Moore: Mike Nabors: Danielle Neil: Nici Nowell; John Nowell: Elizabeth Owings: Leslie Parker: Ja- son Pearce: Rodney Price: Brenda Provence: Leigh Ann Ramsey: Laura Love Ratliff Shannon Reed Casondra Richmond: Lola Riley: Christy Risher, Joshua Roberts: Brian Rohner: Buffie Rutledee. Vincient Seller: Krista Shumpert: Scott Sides: Adri- an Smith: Gary Smith: Jim Smith: Paul Snow, Randall Spivey: Amy Stephens: ,Nora Christini Stephens: Stacie Tatum: Amy Terry: Philip Teu, Martin Walker: Scott Wesolowski: Melissa Whit tington: Heather Williams: Sharon Wilson: Ton Wong: Shelly Woodard: Elizabeth Wright: Kath) Yerger: Paige Frazure: Liang-Soon Koh: Elizabetl Allen: Lisa Logan: Chad Franks American Marketing Association The University of Mississippi American Marketing Associa- tion Collegiate is an organiza- tion that provides students the opportunities to participate in professional marketing activi- ties while relationships are made with peers, faculty, and business professionals. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Faye Gilbert;Tommy Barker; Elizabeth Fugler;Marcy Hutcheson;Michael Hufnnes;Gen Adams-Donald Tan;Kendra Craft;Mike Nabors.Lynda Rosenthal;ScoU MacDougall;Cathenne Ashford;Lisa B . ker-Gina Barton;Janice Bennett;James Brabston;Gina Brooks;Vernon Brown;Meliss a Bryson;Jenmte Cockroft;Bodie Copeland;Sarah Lyle Coleman;Greg Corbitt;Myles Cross;Lindley Davis;Shea Duling;Anclre Goolsby;Denise Hebert Jennifer Huang;lori Ladd;Lisa Logan;Suzanne Low;Jacqueline Lyon;Han-i_nen Mar-Meredith Marsh;Deana Martin;Al Maxcy;Jimmy Morris;Susan Nabors;John Nowell;Heath Odoni;tlizaDex Owings;Jennifer Pace;George Paganos;Michael Shawn Parks.Laura Pounds;Rodney Pnce;Ryan Reuss;15na Rohner;Allison Scroggins;Ashley Sims;Jim Smith.Samuel Song;PrisciUa Spann;Monty Spencer;Donald lan;lNe Phing Tan.Melita Turner;Merle Varney;Mary Beth Walker;Kim Watkins;AUison Wimbish;ElizaDei Wright;Fritzie Youngman;Hock-Hwa-Yu;Hannon Bays;Miranda Brown;Margaret Fantain;Paula Foline;liiian Schnierle;Scott Sides;Denise Wax;Mary Whitehurst;Susan Williams 358 ORGANIZATIONS t. 1 national. mm oUsamU Med in l; i.ta sii " sMtJoii 3 Gamma Iota Sigma I 1 irw iiiae ai )■ I wtoiitt I Smik fa wfe,Kih Gamma Iota Sigma is a national collegiate insurance fraternity, the only one of its kind in the United States. Its purpose is to ensure the quality of an Ole Miss insuranc e education, while serving as a liason between the campus and the insurance community. The Mu Chapter at Ole Miss was chartered in 1976, and the fraternity has been active ever since. In any given year the organization hosts more than two dozen speakers, who lecture on all segments of the insurance industry. Association of Computing Machinery i Officers: Health Barmettler, President, Brent McCall and Harold Carpenter, Co- Vice Presidents. Members: Mun Wah Mok, Robert McCoy, Viren Shah, Jeff Miller, Mark Guttensohn, David Parker, Alison Barnes, Bill Brown, Leslie Scott, Scott Malone, Tracy May, Amy Rowell, Bill Glasgow, and Tresha Norwood. The purpose of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) is to advance the sciences and the arts of information processing, to promote the free interchange of information, and to develop and maintain the integrity and competence of individuals engaged in the practice of such arts and sciences. The Ole Miss Student Chapter sponsors cookouts, guest speakers, fund-raisers, and holds a local programming contest to choose delegates for the ACM Regional Programming Contest. ORGANIZATIONS 359 Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon is a national professional fraternity that promotes women in pharmacy. The Alpha Gamma Chapter of the University of Mississippi was chartered in 1960 with the purpose of uniting female pharmacy students and encouraging the advancement of the female pharmacist. Since the founding of this organization, KE has instilled within its members a desire for high scholarship. Since 60% of the students now enrolled in pharmacy school are women, KE is also needed as a place to develop leadership skills, strive for excellence, and develop lifelong friendships which members can carry into their chosen fields and the new challenges facing women in pharmacy. OFFICERS Audra Busby Natalie Ellis Laura Lea Tapp Jenny Melton Pam Gill Leah Meadows Michelle Mellenger Dana Jo Smith Adelene Haum Shannon Faeser ADVISOR: Ms. Nancy Fuller Brenda Lynn Gray Tonya Clark Debbie Jue Vicki Sartin Sangita Pate! Elizabeth Tubbs Rachelle Shaw Shannon Potts Jana Smith Stephanie Sims Jana Waller Gera Hudson Kim Young Pam Blackburn Kaye Dearmon Melinda Williams Gail Mullen Robin Chipley Evelyn Cuthbert Dayle Dillon Beffie Brewer Patti Welch Susan Marshall Melanie Smith Julie Freusenberg Dawna Walters Tanya Hedgepath Laura Philips Amy Buckles Jill Williamson Darlene Decosta Amanda Bobb Jennifer HoUingsworth Teresa Rowley Shauna McCarthy Julie Giddings Lydia Edwards Molly Adams Marcy Thompson Chasity Bumham Christel Barnes Shelley Walters Tanya Borell Ginger Geno Kim GrifTm Chari Davis Formeka Russ Wimberly Ree Cheryll Ani Gwen Strinj Kim Jar Kristen Goehri Garland B Lea Ann Robbi Sangeeta I) Laurie Risb Ginger De Gretchen Pe Karen Hemdi Donna Wi Tanji Cott TaraV LeahL Lorie VinS ' Traci Van Jennifer Tayl Kim Gun Sedji Gardr Dina Courtnl I. ' ffanklin ■■ " ifd Hikai; ■UK. Dr, ja ;?;Dr,H.B,i :D: 360 ORGANIZATIONS Kappa Psi m o A - James Anderson; Christopher Ayers; Charles Bell; Marty Bigner; Jeff Boggan; Daniel Bre- land; Lance Brock; Reagan Brown; Michael Byrd; Billy Camp; Andrew Chandler; Blake Cook; John Cooperwood; Arthur DeLashmet; James Depper- schmidt; Marty Dilworth; Tracey Douglas; A. Cale Dunahoo; Bob- by Dunn; Chris Duraj; Ryan Em- finger; Christopher Graham; Mark Hemphill; Darren Higgs; Donald Hovas; Jason Hum- phreys; Jim Jackson; William Jones; Billy King; Mike Klepzig; Elvin Knight; Steven Landrum; Sammy Lee; Todd Lee; Warren Lewis, 10; Danny McCaughan; Christopher McLaurin; Alan Neal; Lewis Pearson; Robert Pickle, Jr.; Robert Roberts,in; Christopher Rowley; Scott Suhor; Gary Teasley; Troy Tompkins; David Tumberville; John Tyner; Tol Van Devender; Samuel Warman; Brent Wells; Trevor Williams; Joseph Williamson; Barry Wilson; James Wilson; Raymond Woo; Henry Wood,in; Archie Wright; David Hudson 1 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity is a professional fraternity for pharmacy students. The fraternity was founded in 1879 but was not established at Ole Miss until 1926 I ,pa Psi has Its roots in the medical community, but was split off to form the fraternity as we know it today. Beta Rho is the chapter of Kappa Psi here at Ole Miss and is one of the ngest chapters™ the south. Kappa Psi has both maje and female members abroad, but the Beta Rho chapterjs all male. Our fraternity has many different functions and area of i ice to both our i ( ernity also has a i iciples: fellowshi] in the south Kappa Psi has both male and female members abroad, but the Beta Rho chapter is all male. Our Iraternity has many ditlerent functions ana areas oi r universitv and our community. The Beta Rho chapter is active in many community service projects such as Adopl-A-Highway and Adopt-.A-Friend. Ihe a rich heritage of leadership and scholastic achievement. Kappa Psi is also an active participant in intramural activities. The fraternity was founded on four tiip sobriety industry and high ideals. The Beta Rho chapter is proud of its accomplishments and strives to promote the profession of pharmacy. Phi Delta Chi Sais Gi!- Gril ' Kart " ' - Do6 Til; I I. lon! r. John Baker, Dr. Bill Ben- )n; Dr. Ronald Borne; Dr. ' . Franklin Gilmore; Dr. hmed Hikal; Dr. John Ju- .|-gens; Dr. James McChes- !gy; Dr. H.B. Pace; Dr. John illiamson; Dr. Christy Wy- Wt President J ' ck Robinson Vice President Alice Bates Secretart Blythe Watson Treasurer Susan Shaw Alumni Liason Amanda Pitts Prelate Jeanette McDonald Master at Arms Hope Tedford Correspondant Dr. Christy Wyandt Pledge Trainer Steve Moss Pledge Trainer Mitch Skelton Jennifer Allen; Mark Barton; Al- ice Bates; Julie Colby; Barbie Creager; Connie DeWitt; Jenni- fer Freeny; Brenda A. Habedank; William Harder; Kyle Heimer; Stacie Hutchinson; Neely Kel- lum; Renee King; Samantha Knie; Paul Lewis; Tim Lewis; John Logan; Meg McChesney; Je- anette McDonald; Cathy McGuire; Sonia Moody; Steve Moss; Ann Northcutt; Becky Null; Renee Olbricht; Amanda Pitts; Denise Pratt; James Ran- dle; Wendy Rhyne; Rick Robin- son; Susan Shaw; Mitch Skelton; Brad Smith; Kim Stanford; Hope Tedford; LeAnn Thornton; Susan Turnage; Cherri Waits; Blythe Watson; Shannon Whitaker Phi Delta Chi is a professional fra- ternity dedicated to the advance- ment of the science of pharmacy. It provides a chance for involvement in both professional and social ac- tivities. This year the Alpha Epsilon chap- ter celebrates sixty-five years of ser- vice to the School of Pharmacy, the Universitv of Mississippi, the com- munity of Oxford, and the profes- sion of pharmacy. ORGANIZATIONS 361 Student Social Work Organization The Student Social Work Organ- ization (SSWO) is designed by and for the students of social work. The organization provides students an opportunity for social action through service projects completed each semester. Also, the organiza- tion acts as a support group for stu- dents by encouraging faculty in- volvement. Our current officers for 1992-1993 are: Holly Guarr, Pres- ident; Jennifer Evans, Vice- Preident; Clay Bamett, Secretary; Alese Cooley, Treasurer; Tami Ayers, Publicity Chairperson; Tra- cy Randle, Service Chairperson and Stacye Price, Social Chairperson. Tami Ayers;Kristi Baker;Clay Bamett;Michelle Bates;Elizabeth Boone;Karen Brewer;Elizabeth Brooks;Nikki Brown;Susan Brown;Mary Carol Bynum;Courtney Chappell;Dana Cheatham;Alese Cooley;Lea Courtney;Pam Draper;Jennifer Ev- ans;Claire Finley;John Gofr;Nancy Greenhaw;Holly Guarr;Amanda Hall;Christian Hall;Lisa Harrelson;Brooke Hays;Jana Hill;Monica Hollison;Dawn Hovas;Sarah Jenkins;Ken Kendrick;Melissa Killegrew;Michelle King;Kacey Knotts;Leigh Lit- tlefield;Elizabeth Mills;Laura Montani;Pammie Pate;Melissa Perry;Lynn Powell;Stacye Pruce;Susan Purvis;Tracy Rahaim;Tracy Randle;Kim Robertson;Sara Sally;Amy Sandage;Leigh Stec;Stephanie Sumner American Society of Civil Engineers The School of Engineering is recognized by the American Society of Civil Engineers, as is a student chapter of that society at the university. The chapter meets regularly and the programs consist of addresses by members of the engineering profession, technical papers prepared by students and attendance at the semi-annual state meetings. The society and its members are devoted to advancing the profession of civil engineering. DeiionDf 362 ORGANIZATIONS • ' 21 actll; SCOIUpltiK ' oiipfors, Wall Street South ' fi.- srfttr i ' ift fmt mf ais, Viti ti Secrete " fer; Tat persoD;?!} " person 11 ra;Siisaii ifer Ev. eigli Lit ' is ' .Tran R.M. McDonald;Allison White;Leslie Parker;F.H. Edwards;Jeffery Jones;Patrick DonneUy;Amy Carter;Denise V. Maness;LaiTy Weeden;Ernest As- chenbach;John Baine;Yanhua Chen;Todd Rogers;Mary Catherine Outlaw;Alan Clark;Sanjay Jain;Stephen Sparks;AUen Smith;Dwight Lancaster;Tim Is- bell;Dwayne Blaylock;Paul Grant;Swee-lee Lee;John Brasher;Richard Vance;Doug Noble;Charles McGaughy;Scott Pedigo;Sonny Collins;Malcom Raworth;Vance Derry berry;William Yates;John Goodman;James Thomas;Rodney Price;Dereck Berry;Glenn Miller;John Seward;Mark HoUand;Chou Yarhun;K.B. Melear;Patrick Owens;Bryon Lee;Gregory Illich;Daniel Jordan;Shannon Nicholson;John Cassity;Kevin Kinkade;Phil Malone;Brec Esnard;Erik Kahlstorf;Anne Anderson;Harmon Bays;Krista Shumpert;Bryant Cushion;H.B. Melear;Ashley Moses;Gay Hatfeild (Advisor);Keng Heng Chen Ole Miss Advertising Club iisfflen ' ' Editor ' s note: This organization did not schedule a picture before the designated deadline. The Ole Miss Advertising Club was established as the local chapter of the American Advertising Federation. Members were able to hear speakers from Advertising agencies, graphic design firms, radio stations, televi- sion stations and newspapers on the future of business. The club also competed in nation- wide advertising campaign competitions, combining the diverse talents of all the members, whether it be writ- ing, designing or marketing. A part of the club, known as the Ole Miss Ad Agency, wrote and designed ads for local businesses on a non- profit basis. Sam Chester Abraham;Matthew Scott Atkinson;Richard A. Brown Jr.;Cynthia Bumey;Christie A. Cammack;Ruby Chua;Kendra Denise Craft;Chnsty Ann Denton;Desiree K. Dodd;Phyllis Driver;Tiniothy David Duncan;Cindy Harrison;LeAnn Kristen Hall;Xavier M. Hoskins;Michael Huffines;Hui-Chuan Jennifer Huang;Jeffery Jones;Jackie Lyon;Mike Nabors;Arden Oakes;Dameron Peaster;Monica Prather;John Smith;McDaniel May;Merle Vamey;Julie Virden;Shondra Denise Wax;Blair Wentworth ORGANIZATIONS 363 Association of Women Studies ' ' — t ' Leslie Price — Secretary; Heather Hillhouse Christy Jones — Reporter President; Robin Jones — Vice-President; Alisha Carroway — Treasure Senior Class Committee l b v eP " ' w% ol E jr .tiB ' ■ ' ( 1 V 87 4 i Officers: President — Pamela Chase Vice-President — Suzanne Malone Secretary Treasurer — Michelle Comer Elizabeth Alexander;Margaret Barnhart;Gina Ba ton;Regina Boyd;Laurie Brocato;Ann Cockfield;Tiffany Curtis;Jed Dowdy;Josette Fam er;Kristi Hanor;Dede Hollis;Michael Hu fines;Marty Jones;Jennifer Kyger;Catherin Lester;Amy Livingston;Susan McDavitt;Leig Anne McKissick;Denise Maness;Mandy Lee Ma tin;Michelle Morris;Jennifer Pace;Damero Peaster;Kate Pender;Melissa Perry;Kimberi Poe;Cindy Ray;Tiffany Sanchez;Scott Sartin;Rut Allison Simon;Ginger Todd;Nicole Wells;Shanno Wulff;Kim Yeager; Wendy Miller rT ch» L j4 364 ORGANIZATIONS UM Gospel Choir ORGANIZATIONS 365 Black Student Union 4 l k The Black Student Union is an organization that is designed to promote participation amongst African American students in cam- pus affairs. It helps to create an atmosphere in which African American students can feel confident when striving to achieve high goals and expectations. The BSU sponsors many programs throughout each year. The Welcome Back program is an annual event which allows students to get acquainted with other students, administrators, faculty and staff. Through programming, the BSU addresses many issues con- cerning African Americans. The BSU also sponsors other activities and community service projects. Eligibility is open to any student at the University of Mississippi who supports the ideals of programming to promote African Amer- ican cultures and multi-culturalism. Presently, the BSU has 490 members and is growing every year. 366 ORGANIZATIONS Black Student Union Alvin McLaughlin — President Angela Benton — Vice President Roger Ringo — Secretary August White — Treasurer Valerie Harmon — Advisor Carolyn Askew Lucinda Avant Teena Berstein Damon Billbrew Eric Blunstein Chris Buford Terell Burkes Montez Carter Pamela Clark Marvin Courtney George Davidson Mike Davis Stephen Dear Roger Faulkner Otis Fox Deidre Gillespie James Glover Monique Gooden Beverly Grayson Kim Greer Dwayne Grifiin Rafael Griffin Verdell Griffin Tedral Hankins Erica Hardaway Tamela Hardin Dewayne Harris LaJuana Hector Chris Herron Melanie Hill Shaune Holiday Marlon Houston Dou Innerson Stephen Johnson Derrick Jones Shaun Jones Tim Jones Darryl King Jermaine Kohn Montray Leavy Frank Lenoir Reggie LeSueur Ronald LeSueur Tara Magie Brian Major Markesia Mkarshall David McGowan Tonya Merriewheather Marcus Moore Jeff Neely Tony Oliver Kimsey O ' Neal Nicholette Pringle Michael Robinson Ken Ross Reginals Smith Robbin Smith Tammy Taylor Darryl Thomas Jim Earl Thomas Trevor Thompson Carlton Turner Willie Walker III Kenny Watkins James Wilder Danella Wilson Lawerence Williams Tarsha Williams Vemita Williams Preston Willingham Dexter Washington Phyllis Garrison Kim Rollins ORGANIZATIONS 367 Associated Graduate Student Body 1992-93 Accountancy Art Biology Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Classics Communitive Disorders Econ Finance Ed. Lead Ed. Psych Electrical Engineering English Exercise Science Geology History Mktg Mgmt MBA Mechanical Engineering Med. Chem. Modem Languages Music Pharmaceutics Pharmacognosy Pharmacology Pharm. Admin. Phil. ReUgion Physics Political Science Psychology Socio. Anthro. Southern Studies Theatre Arts AGSB Senators Roberto DeMagalhaes Claude Elliott Jean Chambers Robert Tavlin Sanjay Panda Jeya Suppiah Kathleen Ford Stephanie Mixon Tanja Blackstone Amy Harrison SRdan Filipovic Tripp Johnson Trey Coker Richard Rys Keri Bradford Steve Strombeck Rob Marion Yatin Chachad Osama Fahmy Ricky Baldwin Wanda Terral Idrees Siddiqui DeAnna Hatch Matt Kadlec Judy Burnett Allen Murphy David Craig Steve Okoye Jim Carter Greg Cain Jon Peede Marsha Berry-Diggs The Associated Graduate Stu- dent Body (AGSB) works with faculty, administrators, and other student organizations to provide Ole Miss graduate students with opportunities for professional developement. This year, those opportunities included grant pro- posal writing workshops and a national teleconference on the fu- ture of graduate education. Monthly mixers also enable grad- uate students to meet colleagues from other areas of the univer- sity. By addressing common con- cerns of our membership, the AGSB strives to eliminate much of the unnecessary stress often as- sociated with graduate student Ufe. As I i Preside I Vice-Pi Secrela Treasii CI Senate Publici Budget Officer Social 368 ORGANIZATIONS Associated Graduate Student Life OFFICERS President Earnest Mounce Vice-President Scott McAuley Secretary Kitty Keller Treasurer Troy Smillie COMMITTEE CHAIRS Senate Elections Scott Weston Publicity Kristen Sulser Budget Bob Clark Officers Elections Ron Perry Social John Logan ORGANIZATIONS 369 Accounting Student Body ' I ! Accounting Student Body is a group which works in conjunc- tion with the Ole Miss School ol Accountancy in helping student better prepare themselves for the world of accounting. The studeni body is just a part of the manj groups throughout the account ing association that strives tc make sure that all accounting anc business students are able to be gin their careers as prepared ai possible. The body is comprisec of students who are enrolled ii the School of Accountancy. Associate Dean, Dr. Jimmy Davis; President, David Simcox; Dean Tonya Flesher; Vice President, Byroi Luber; Secretary and Treasurer, Todd Nations Business School Student Advisory Board Ik ' »- ' M Lane Go lden — President; Glenn Knohn; Mike Nabors; Erik Kahlstorf; Kenny Young; Delphine Martin; Michae Huffines; Lynda Rosenthal; Pam Renfroe; James Nail; Scott Weslowski; Advisors: Dean Boxx, Asst. Dean Cant} 370 ORGANIZATIONS Financiers Club The Financiers Club is an organization for students who are majoring in Bank- ing and Finance and or Managerial Fi- nance. The objective of the banking field is to aid them in seeking career decisions. The club is designed to em- phasize commercial banking and to al- low members to meet and observe bank executives, employees and regulators from all parts of the country. ORGANIZATIONS 371 Pride of the South-Ole Miss Rebel Band Graduate Assistants, Directors, Drummajor, and Announcer: Brian Gillentine; Jeff Feature Twirlers: Calloway; Gary Wilkes; Bob Bailey; David Willson; Dr. John McCauley; Wanda Terral; Hope Ladner and Debbie Hinds Jared Brownlee 372 ORGANIZATIONS Ole Miss Band Trumpets: Front Row (L. to R) ilithan Adkins; Diana Eller; Wayne King; Mary Tillman; Glenn Tiller; Jeannie Ackerman; Kelly Todd; Nathan Snyder; David tansfield; Cedric Jackson; Jeff Brown; Melissa Ruth.; Mike Buds; Kevin Rockecharlie; Andrew Dillard; Adam Alvis; Chad N ight; Chris King; Dan Kemp; Russ Jennings; Brandon Zagst; John Kennedy; David Mosely; Robert McCoy 111 ill Tubas: Stewart Spence; Dedrick Lee; Cory Tudor; Rob Board; Chris Hughes; Todd Sears; Sam Norris; Barabbas Leasy; Mack Walsh w ,.- Saxophones: Jennifer Haney; Rolf Kittlitz; Brett Douglas; Matt Jacobson; Jamie Cummins; Renee Rodgers; Lani Leath; Jerry Hodges; Denny Bubrig; Calvin Dumas; Vrad Foley; Chris Stanphill; Jermaine Gray;Shawna Collum ORGANIZATIONS 373 photo by Tucker Person Beta Alpha Psi is a national honor society and professional fraternity for students planning to enter the accounting profession. Beta Alpha Psi has a rich history, dating back to 1 9 1 9, when the first chapter was established at the University of Illinois. Chapters of Beta Alpha Psi are established at institutions where accounting programs have reached a high level of academic and professional acheivement. Chapters are typically the outgrowth of local accounting honor societies and are carefully evaluated before they are installed. Rai Officers: President- Kevin Ferguson Vice-President- Jeff Warren and Boomer Leopold Secretary- Amy Blackburn and Karen Pickell Treasurer- Ray Bergin Members: Raymond Bergin Amy Blackburn Michelle Comer Kevin Ferguson Kim Langston Boomer Leopold Catherine Lester Kimberly Mayo Michael Orr Karen Pickell Cavett Ratliff Cindy Ray Karen Rolling David Simcox Tina Stone Jeff Warren Chris Adair Anne Anderson Kristy Baker Christopher Cobb Dennis Craven Myles Cross Shonda HoUomon Nina Lancaster Melissa Majovski Michael Martin Farris McJunkins Floyd Melton Mignon Montgomery Shannan Reed Jason Scroggins Lynn Stanford Lorrie Tanner Jill Underwood John Walendzik Nicole Wells Shaun Westergard Qiristiii Qiristil 374 ORGANIZATIONS Society of Professional Journalists The Society of Professional Journal- ists, Sigma Delta Chi, is the oldest, larg- est, and most representative organiza- tion of its kind serving the profession of journalism. Founded in 1909, SPJ unites journalists all over the country, recognizing talent in print and broad- cast journalism. On the student level, SPJ connects up and coming journalists with information and professionals in the working field. 1992-93 officers include: Chris Baker, president; Jennifer Green, executive vice-presient; and Kim Trowbridge, sec- retary. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohib- iting the free exercise thereof; or abridg- ing the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Govern- ment for a redress of grievances. Roster 1992-93: Chris Baker; Jennifer Green; Kim Trowbridge; Todd Inman; Steve Diffey; Chris Tutor; Kimberly Downs; Ashley Sims; Shelley Alexander; Wendy Michelle Lewis; Tom Yancy; J ' anne Konecny; Kristi Lynn Addis; Deidra Jackson; Nicole Tutor; Marty Sumrall; Amy Derrick; Todd Vinyard; Jennifer Elaine Sittenfeld; Holly Pruitt; Amy Pickich; Wendy Broad; Nirmala Bhat; Tammie Charmae Daily; Leslie Lynn Jetton; Mary Claire Francis; Gwen Woods oaetiesii Radio and Television News Directors Association lomery d I The Radio and Television News Di- rectors Association was chartered at Ole Miss in 1990. In its third year, RTNDA strives to promote awareness and in- novation in the field of broadcast to its members. Officers include: Neal McCready — president; Jay Nix — Vice President; Tom Faust — Treasurer; Jennifer Green — director; Joely Pique — di- rector. Members include: Darian Billington; Julie Griffin; Robert Byers; Cindy Lloys; Waren Wells; Melissa Ellis; Susan Ellis; Christina Evans; Jennifer Gilbert; Hayden Harris; Ida Jackson; Karen Khoo; Jennifer Kyger; Julie Schmidt; Mary Sumrall; Christi Tyrrell; Victoria Persons; Bob Waters; Jim Pratt — Advisor i ORGANIZATIONS 375 Modeling Board s Amy Schultz; Inda Hogan; Chasie Powell; Lisa Chow; Holly Bergeson; Becky Arnold; Cassandra Curry; Yvette Reed; Ros McKellar; Heather Gill; Allison Parker; Courtney Ray; Tempe Suratt; Crystal Kane; Elizabeth Defuniak; Latrice Moor Ashley Hollis; Kristi Bron; Hoda Baeshen; George Fasciano; Jerry Redmond; Gene Adams; Clay Fisher: Taylor Easley; Charlii )Cocliraii;L Wright; Ken Jamison; Richard HoweU; Brett Denight 1 ■ ™ Isid; 376 ORGANIZATIONS " I ' f Student Home Economics Association 1 lit - J ' veneReeti :ktnK ' orEafcl: Kly Cochran; Lara Foster; Kathryn Gassaway; Paula McGregor; Pamela Morgan; Yvette Reed; Bethany Riley; Kathryn Sutton; Stacey WUace; Susannah Watson; Allison Wimbish; Alison Zuccaro; Mark Williams; Greg Purnell; Meredith Scale; Teran Norrel; Kinsley Edge; idy Young; Kathy Yerger; Carla Russell; Claire McMillan; Kathy Roberts; Kimberly Costen; Leigh Anne McKissick; Lori White; Sara N son; Jenni Burch; Sharon Maxwell; Cassie Manders; Kristi Brown; Angela Dendy; Cydnie Cannimore 1 Kappa Omicron Nu y imbers: Teran Norrell; Mindy Young; Kathy Yerger; Carla Russell; Claire McMillan; Kathy Roberts; Kimberly Costen; { lly Cochran; Lori White; Leigh Anne McKissick; Sara J. Nelson; Leslie Evans; Cindy McGregor; Jenni Burch; Kristi Thome (llins ORGANIZATIONS 377 A VO u O t . « » ' a , ■» o , » ' 4 ►»«■•»•«»», ' ' • ' aiOvs " ' i aS o oe o. ' iO » • « ' ♦•. " :« ► •»«» ►« , ,»!.« t.P 0Mi6j ' ' w( j ( a«s» ,« „ , 1 1 " - o fhotg by aialie ' piiart ' , ' " " ■ ' ■ , •»»• U " , ' i. ' ■ites spssla " ■ ' ■■■■ ' ■ " " . :W. B -♦ — f 111 " ' , . , II,. ' . ' ,., Ir, ' , ' m, I » J tt t » " j ' k 1 ' ■•♦ ' ■•£ r „) • ■ " M Kj ' S?p L ' «r ' 1 1 u i M % CLOSING med ear Ole Miss Students, The sounds of building construction seemed to be the hallmark of this school year — certain to be remembered as an eventful year at The University of Mississippi. You were here to share the experiences and were probably inconveni enced by closed streets, more limited parking areas and blocked traffic. What I hope these construction projects come to mean to you and many other generations in the future is improved quaUty of life, as Ole Miss researchers, faculty members and students work to provide an- swers for the many challenges facing this state and nation. Ceremonial shovels overturned dirt, and work began on the long- awaited $14.5-million expansion and renovation of the John Davis Williams Library. A new three-story wing on the west side of the library will almost double the library ' s size, enabling the University to provide improved library services to students and faculty. This project — expected to take over two years to complete — is critical to meeting the present and future needs of our undergraduate education program, our growing population of graduate students, and our vital and expanding research programs. Work continued on the 100,000-square-foot, $23 million National Center for the Development of Natural Products, the third federally funded, national research center on the Ole Miss campus. The Center ' s purpose is to discover, develop and commercialize new drugs and agrochemicals derived from plants. The School of Business Administration turned 75 years old and celebrated this anniversary with an event whose guest list was over 2 million. That ' s how many viewers usually watch WiUiam F. Buckley ' s Emmy-winning PBS television program " Firing Line, " which was taped on campus just as the fall semester got underway. During the program, a distinguished panel of nationally and internationally known politicians and business leaders debated the issue: " Resolved: U.S. industry does not need protection. " Many of the panelists participated in a special convocation, forums and seminars for students. This was just one of many events hosted on campus to prepare Ole Miss students to succeed in a business environment that is becoming increasingly globalized. With $200,000 in private funds, the Ole Miss Business School created a computerized classroom in Conner Hall. The state-of-the-art facility provides students an opportunity to enter the business world with a real understanding of computer appUcations in the fields of economics, finance, marketing, management, and management information sys- tems. Foremost among a wealth of vital research during the 1 992-93 ac- ademic year was the announcement of the discovery by scientists in the Ole Miss School of Pharmacy ' s Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences of a new source from which to isolate the promising anticancer drug Taxol. RIPS scientists signed a $2.45 miUion agreement with the major pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb to pursue the discovery. When it came to finding money for their research, constructing new research facilities or providing fellowships for their students, Ole Miss professors and administrators set a new record this year. They received nearly $29 million in contracts and grants for such activities — the highest level of funding from outside agencies in one year in the University ' s history. This year also saw Mississippi become the first state in the nation to establish a statewide literacy and job skills training program using satellite technology and a new cable television network. The $5.2 million program — called Project LEAP (for Learn, Earn and Prosper) — is a partnership between the University, the Governor ' s Office of Literacy and the Mississippi Cable Television Association and rep- resents the largest non-construction grant ever received by Ole Miss. A dedication during the spring semester opened an unusual reading room in the John Davis Williams Library — a room made possible by world-renowned book publisher Seymour Lawrence, who gave Ole Miss his private collection of books and papers. Signed first editions, photos, original manuscripts in the authors ' handwriting, correspondence and memorabilia of some of the greatest contemporary writers — including winners of the Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes — are now available for students to enjoy and study. Other milestones included the $3 million renovation of Barnard Observatory — which houses a world-class research center on the study of the American South — and the beginning of restoration of out- buildings at Rowan Oak — the historic home of author William Faulkner. Work is also underway on the $3.5 million athletic training center and field house renovation to serve all sports, as well as on a $800,000 renovation and addition to George Hall, which houses the Department of Communicative Disorders. During the 1993 spring semester, the University also began classroom improvements and mod- ifications for the disabled estimated at $1 million. With all these accomplishments and works in progress, the future holds even more promise. One of our most important goals for the coming years is to make a major effort to enhance the classroom experience. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Ray Hoops is chair- ing a committee to evaluate the undergraduate experience at Ole Miss. A number of recommendations, such as reducing the student-teacher ratio in lower-division courses, are expected to come out of this study and, when implemented, will be very positive for students. And, yes, as major construction projects continue and are completed, other work is planned. Two goals, for example, are to add a $2 million wing to Lewis Hall-which houses the Department of Physics and As- tronomy-and a wing to Conner Hall — which houses the School of Business Administration. As students and alumni gather in the Grove and in Vaught- Hemingway Stadium for the 1993 fall football season, we will celebrate a " Century of Heroes " -the 100th anniversary of Ole Miss football. From the numerous activities being planned for that o bservance, we will move right into a sesquicentennial celebration of the founding of the University(February 1894) and the opening of the Universi- ty(November 1898). Highlighting this four-year period will be a major fund-raising campaign to enhance academic endowments, library hold- ings and student scholarships. As some of you leave Ole Miss as 1993 graduates, I bid you much success in your chosen fields. As new alumni, I hope to see you attending all the exciting events ahead and hope you will be forever active supporters of your university. Well, I never thought the day would come when I finally wrote my last words about the Ole Miss. (Maybe I ' m not, if this whole job hunt doesn ' t become more profitable the old standby grad school is only an apphcation away.) I asked Dayle to have a little space to thank a lot of people than I ' ve worked directly I apologize, it ' s not because I didn ' t appreciate you it ' s just my carelessness. .»,..„ The first and biggest thank you I can extend has to be to Traci MitcheU. The reason you see a DM, hear U-92 on the air, watch Channel 1 2 news, or get a yearbook is because of her understanding ear and ability to juggle 1 00 ■ igi:;imi i iitir i iji.ommiELiffl« years of college and for that I will forever be indebted. Special thanks to Gale Denley who let us make this a learning experience. I appreciate you letting us make the decisions we did and then backing us fully. To my mother and father. You have given me the power to make my life whatever I want it to become and for that I will never be able to repay you. Thank you for being the best family a son could ever want. A lot of praise should also be given to Kathy Wright of Taylor Pubhshing Company. You always knew how to bring a smile to my face. You put up with a very persistent business manager and never once a complaint about a favor, problem or just a question. You are what Customer Service Reps are all about. Hats off to Brenda also, it ' s people like you that make the world move. Tammie, a paragraph of your own. For this entire year you ' ve put up with me and that ' s not an easy task. Your hard work should not go unnoticed, for without you this book would have never happened. To Traci, Garth, Jonna, and Dana your help in the office was fabulous. You are the people that made this book as good as it was. You are also the ones that don ' t and won ' t ever get the credit you deserve. Thank you. To Lope, Stinky, Tyson, and Lizard, you have been four great friends and an interesting group at that. Thanks for all the memories. To Todd Vinyard at the DM who always had a great ear or a great story, thank you for making this last year even more interesting. For all those people that think U.P.D. are nothing but heartless, get to know Jody, Kevin, or James. I think you ' ll be suprised at how human and friendly these people are. Thanks guys for all the conversation at the games and on the campus. t.t-.ot Last but not least a thank you to two guys that always kept me ABREAST on everything. The Dot. I asked Dayle yesterday whether she was sad this was all coming to end and she resoundely said NO! But when asked if she would do it again came a guess it ' s because I am sad it ' s almost over. The people I ' ve met and worked with have enlightened me to a point with no end. Thank you OLE MISS. Todd 6 The 1993 Ole Miss is the 99th volume, published by Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, Texas. The press run was 6500 copies. Specifications of the book include 400 pages measuring 9x12, printed on 80 lb. enamel paper. The cover was designed by Dayle Dillon and Dolores Landin of Taylor Publishing. The base material of the cover is white 088 embossed with Rhino grain. Applied colors used on the cover are green 841 and gold 917. Artwork for the cover was drawn by Dolores Landin. The endsheets are 20% deep green 23 with 100% deep green 23 art work. Spot colors used include spice red 28, midnight blue 17, deep green 23 and process red 35 in the opening, rasberry 32, teal 19, deep green 23, sapphire 13, super blue 11, salmon 27, kelly green 21, and brilliant purple 65 in Student Life, royal purple 71, rasberry 32, and deep green 23 in Features, and process blue 9 in Sports. The total operating budget was $165,060, with $20,000 from greeks and honoraries, $142,576 from student activity fees($8 per semester per full time student), and $2489 from book sales. All Ole Miss pages were designed using Page Vision, Type Vision, and Index Vision software provided by Taylor. All photos were taken by students and contributing photographers with the exceptions of Hall of Fame, Beauties, Favorites, Homecoming Court and Classes which were taken by Candid Campus Photography of Oxford. The 1993 Ole Miss is a student edited publication produced at the University of Mississippi. The viewpoints represented in this yearbook are those solely of the yearbook staff and in no way reflect those of the University of Mississippi. m » ' . --■. ' , CLOSING 389 J Abadie, H Dale 38 Abbasi, Shahid 121 Abdo, Beth 217, 327, 329, 358 Able. Jennifer 263 Abney, Luke 323 Abraham, Fran 221, 222, 328 Abraham, Jeanne 221, 228 Abraham, Mary 112, 228 Abraham, Sam Chester 363 Ackerman. Jeannie 100, 225, 373 Adair, Chris 217, 374 Adair. Christopher 121, 318 Adams, Angie 348 Adams, Carmen 273 Adams, Caroline 225 Adams, Gene 131, 358, 376 Adams, Jason 121 Adams, Knsta 131, 218, 225, 319 Adams. MoUy 151. 348. 360 Adams, Ronnie 100 Adams, Shunta 112 Adams, Stephen 100 Addis. Krista 263 Addis, Krisli Lyn 232 Addis, Knsti Lynn 375 Ader, Chns 226 Adkins, Jerod 307 Adkins, Jonathan 373 Ahl. Kim 263 Ahmed, Asif 112 Ahmed, Tanvir 112 Ainsworth, Deb 222 Amsworth, Debra 112, 221, 228 Akeju, Mopelola 144 Akhlar, Siraj 213 Akins, Candice 121 Alam. MD 112 AJam, Mohammad 100 Alcock, Stephanie 100 Aldinger, Sean 100 Aldis, Chad 349 Aldridge, Melissa 121 Aleem, Syed 100 Ales, Shannon 100 Alexander, April 121 Alexander, Bryan 303 Alexander, Charlotte 213 Alexander, Dana 228, 265 Alexander. Elizabeth 213,215,219,364 Alexander, Roy 226 Alexander, Shannon 100 Alexander. Shelley 131, 375 Alexander, William 131 Alexius. Jennifer 349 Alfonsi, Joseph 112 Alfonsi, Sharyn 323 Alford. Megan 131, 215, 219, 223, 232 Alford, Warner 20 Alfunsi, Joe 277 Allen, All 198.265 Allen, Brenda 147 Allen, Ehzabeth 358 Allen, Jennifer 151.348,361 Allen. John 277, 352 Allen. Merri 112 Allen. Pamela 218 Allen. Trent 112 Allison. Elizabeth 218 Allison, Kristin 263 Aloia, Mark 213 Alpha Delta Pi 248. 249 Alpha Epsilon Delta 229 KAPPA ALPHA 284 Alpha Kappa Alpha 250, 251 Alpha Lambda Delta 221 Alpha Omicron Pi 252, 253 Alpha Phi Alpha 274, 275 Alpha Tau Omega 276, 277 ZETA TAU ALPHA 272 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 250 Alt, Mario 121.329.341 Alvis, Adam 112, 293. 355. 373 Amis, Rhonda Mason 265 Amisano, Cynthia 215 Amisano. Richard 228 Amisano. Ricky 217, 307 Anderson, Alan 151, 348 Anderson, Amy 218, 358 Anderson, Anne 220, 330, 363, 374 Anderson, Ashley 265 Anderson. Bobby 277 Anderson, Cassie 329 Anderson, Cathenne 121 Anderson, Eugene 20 Anderson. James 147, 361 Anderson, Jamie 348 Anderson, Saili 221 Anderson, Sali 112 Anderson, Sara 222, 228 Anderson, Tonya 147 Anding-Harper, Alicia 147 Andrews. Michael 112, 228 Andrews. Mike 331 Andrews. William 100 Angel. Cheryll 149. 348, 360 Anne, Shoemake 119 Annette, Debbie 121 Anthony, Brooke 227 Anthony, Jennifer 100 Antoon, Marie 20 Applewhite, Devon 121 Arasu. Ramasamy 354 Arbuckle, Nancy 112 Archer, Douglas 131 Archer. Taylor 227 Arias, Carmita 100 Arico, Dr Santo 21 Armstrong, Audra 265. 329 Armstrong. James 112 Arnold, Becky 376 Arnold, Harold 144 Arnold. Jan 352 390 INDEX Arnold, Jo 121 Arnold, John 131 Arnold, Paula 121 Arnold, Rachel 217, 218 LIBERAL ARTS 38 Asaduzzaman, Mohammad 112 Aschenbach, Emesl 358, 363 Ash, Emily 329, 352 Ashbum, Geri 225 Ashford, Caiherme 358 Askew, Carolyn 367 Askew, Peter 1 12, 307 Atchison, Tara 213 Atikins, Jonathan 355 Atkins, Ashley 332, 352 Atkinson, George 228 Atkinson, Matthew Scott 363 Atkinson, Mike 221, 303, 330 Atwood, Amy 263 Auderson, Anne 358 Aul, Charles 307 Austin, Gena 149, 348 Austin, Scott 131 Austin, Steve 307 Avant, John 121 Avant, Lucinda 367 Averett, Carson 329 Averett, Rebecca 131 Averett, Wayne 224, 358 Avertt, Carson 263 Ayers, Chris 348 Ayers, Christopher 149,361 Ayers, Jennifer 78,100,225 Ayers, Sandra 121 Ayers, Tami 362 Ayres, Tamera 131 Babb, Patricia 112 Badnyopadhyay, Rebante 144 Baer, Keith 307 Baeshen, Hesham 121 Baeshen, Hoda 1 12, 221, 228, 376 Bailey, Angela 348 Bailey, Bob 355, 372 Bailey, Brian 131 Bailey, Carolyn 131 BaUey, Jason 121, 277 Bailey, Jennifer 221 Bailey, Karen 100 Bailey, Laura 131 Bailey. Lori 112, 273, 353 Bailey, Stan 307 Bailey, Susan 144 Bailey, Thomas 112 Bailey, Victor 151, 348 Baily, Jennifer 228 Bam, Stewart 131 Baine. Chnsti 100 Baine, John 121, 349, 363 Baird, Chnstopher 100 Baker, Ashley 273 Baker, Chns 232, 319, 375 Baker, Chnstopher 131 Baker, Diane 265 Baker, Dr John 361 Baker, Elizabeth 112 Baker, Janet 147, 348 Baker, Jason 100, 1 12 Baker, Justin 112, 221, 228 Baker, Knsti 263, 362 Baker, Knsty 218, 358, 374 Baker, Lisa 265, 358 Baker, Melissa 121 Baker, Nan McGahey 19 Baker, Taci 224 Baker, Tobie 112, 293, 319 Bakutis, Lori 112 Balderson, Stephanie 221, 228, 352 Balducci, Chris 350 Balducci, Christopher 131 Baldwin, Heidi 100 Baldwin, Holly 193 Baldwin, Ricky 368 Bales, Mike 348 Ballard, Eric 100 Ballew, Justin 299 Balsamo, Stacey 329 Banahan, Leslie 213 Banks, Knstin 112 Barber, Bridget 263, 329 Barber, Mark 350 Barbera, Nathan 277 Bardwell, Patrick 100 Barfield, Barbara 100 Barfield, Paige 225 Bargman, Ginger 100, 263 Barker, Thomas 131 Barker, Tommy 293, 358 Barmettler, Ashley 225, 355 Barmettler, Health 359 Barnes, Alison 100, 359 Barnes, Christel 151, 360 Barnes, Janet 144 Barnes, Jeffery 100 Barnes, Kathryn 131 Barnes, Lizzie 193 Barnes, Mary 213 Barnes, Susan 100 Bamett, Clay 362 Bamell, Clayton 131 Bamhan, Margaret 3, 1 3 1 , 3 1 8, 3 1 9, 329, 364 Bamhan, Scott 121 Barnwell, Elizabeth 121, 329 Barrasso, Angela 131 Barrentine. Karia 131 Banett, Charies 221, 228, 349 Banett, Jonathon 303 Barrett, Kathenne 327, 349 Banh, Colin 299, 328 Banh, Tami 131, 273 Banlett, Heather 100 Barilett, Shanna 121 Barton, Gina 358, 364 Barton, Kari 327, 329 Barton, Mark 147, 361 Baskin, Chiquita 100 Bass, Dr Henry 21 Bassett, Donovan 187 Bassett, Michael 121 Bateman, John 112, 228, 293, 349 Bateman, Rob 303 Batemon, Arlene 131 Bates, Alice 149, 361 Bates, Michael 218, 223, 299 Bales, Michelle 362 Bates, Valerie 213 Batten, Lisa 331, 355 Batten, Mary 131 Battiste, Christopher 131 Batts, Christine 196 Bawcom, Brittany 100 Baxter John 131, 350 Bays, Harmon 303, 358, 363 Bean, Jan 151 Beasley, Gordon 18 Beavers, Antonia 1 12, 221, 228 Beavers, Dale 222, 228, 325, 328 Beavers, Thomas 112 Beck, Julie 112 Becker, Katherine 224 Beckman, Mark 131 BedweU, Travis 232, 322 Bee. Looi Kim 354 Beela, Ram 144 Beeson, Robert 132 Bejar, Veronica 218 Belcher, Pam 21 Beliech, Michelle 224 Belk, Mary 100 Belknap, Monica 132 BeU, Charies 361 BeU, Chariie 348 BeU, Chassidy 100 Bell, Gariand 149, 348, 360 BeU, Hudson 303 BeU, Kelly 350 Bell, Kerry 121 Belue, Jennifer 100, 350 Benjamin, Danny 21 Bennett, Ashley 132 Bennett, Ashli 100 Bennett, Chnstopher 349 Bennett, Gregory 121 Bennett, Janice 132, 358 Bennett, KeUy 303 Bennett, Lisa 223 Bennett, RusseU 299 Bennett, Ty 277 Bennington, Christa 221, 228 Benson, Dr Bill 361 Benson, Sallye 151, 348 Benton, Angela 335, 367 Benton, Uura 112, 222, 228, 325 Benton. Stephanie 112, 273 Berey, Bethany 112 Berger, Michael 223 Berger, Mike 277 Bergeson, Holly 1 12, 331, 376 Bergin, Ray 374 Bergin, Raymond 132, 374 Berry, Charies 277 Berry, Dereck 363 Ben7, Derek 213, 218 Berry, Ramon 100 Berry, Vance Derry 363 Berry-Diggs, Marsha 368 Berstein, Teena 367 Bert, Timothy 221, 228 Bertman, Jennifer 100 Best, Travis 121 Beta Gamma Sigma 220 Beta Theta Pi 278, 279 ZETA PHI BETA 270 Betaudi, Rajakumar 144 Bethay, Daniel 121 Bettenhausen, Lesley 100 BeviU, Jarrett 121 Bevis, Donald 221,228 Bhat. Nirmala 144.375 Bhatt, Vishwesh 328 Bible, Alison 228 Bible, Brooke 222 Biddle, David 352 Biddle, Wan-en 100, 352 Bier, Todd 307 Biggs, Chad 303 Bigner, Marty 348, 361 Billat, Sandrine 132, 193 BiUbrew, Damon 367 Billington, Darian 375 Bills, James 100 Bina, David 277 Bingham, Brandon 121 Bingham, WUham 218 Birchfield, Leigh-Ann 263 Bishop, Bhss 112 Bishop, Brent 226, 327, 330, 358 Bishop, Larry 100 BisseU, Jack 281 BisseU, John 221,222 Bizot, Katherine 1 00 Bjorklund, Brandie 100 Black, Ben 303 Black, Jennifer 265 Black, Samantha 151, 348 Black, Vicki 100 Black, Vickie 327 Blackburn, Amy .... 132,213,218,226,374 Blackburn, Pam 151, 348, 360 Blackburn, Shea 121,329,341 Blackstone, Richard 299 Blackstone, Tanja 368 Blackweldcr, Jeffrey 100 Blackwell, Caroline 100 Blair, John 194,277 Blair, Josh 329 Blakesley, Patrick 121 Blalack, Courtney 112 Bland, Amy 100 Bland, Kimberiy 112 Blanlon, Angela 149 Blanton, Angy 348 Blanton, Susan 121,221, 224, 228 Blasen, Jennifer 121 Blaylock, Amy 147, 226, 348 Blaylock, Dwayne 363 Blaylock, Lester 121 Blissard, Amy 132 Blossom, Michael 132, 213, 219, 232 Blossom, Mike 215, 227 Blount, Kenneth 132 Blue, KeUy 299 Blue, Trey 303 Blunstein, Eric 367 Board, Rob 373 Board, Robb 279 Boatman, Amy 151, 348 Boatner, Barry 121 Boatner, Bo 189 Bobb, Amanda 149, 348, 360 Bobb, Mary 213 Bobenhouse, Brad 277 Boenheim, Marion 21 Boga, Cassatta 132 Boga, Cossatta 326 Bogardus, Heather 100 Boggan, Jeff 348, 361 Boggan, Jeffery 147 Boggan. Matthew 132 Bomboy. Katherine 221, 228 Bonargo, Joe 190 Bond. Brandon 121 Bond. Mebssa 121 Bond. Skipper 307 Bonds, Anna 329 Bonds, Charies 112 Bonds, Mike 355, 373 Bonette, John 228 Bonham, Alisa 112 Bonifield, Susan 217, 221, 228, 331 Bonjean, Bubba 299 Bonner, Laura 121, 216, 341 Bonnette, John 221, 222, 281, 346 Boon, Ong Tee 354 Boone, Billy 293 Boone, Elizabeth 362 Boone, Larry 299 Booth, HoUy 100 Borden, Jenny 121 Borden, Lisa 121 BoreU, Tanya 360 Borgognoni, Tommy 277 Borne, Dr Ronald 361 Borne, Ron 19, 226 Bon-eU, Tanya 151, 218, 348 Borst, Bonnie 100 Bougard, Kashun 112 Bougard, Kelvin 289 Bougnol, Mane-Laure 100 Bougnol, Marie Laure 193 Bounds, Holly 132 Bounds, Jeff 228, 307 Bourgeois, Christie 263 Bourgeois. Christin 112 BoutweU, KeUy 151, 348 Bowen, Beth 265 Bowen, Elizabeth 213, 349 Bowers, Will 350 Bowlin, Jeffrey 100 Bowman, AUyson 112, 263 Box, Brandy 100, 327 Boxx, Randy 28 Boyd, Frances 132, 232 Boyd. Heather 100, 329 Boyd, Jennifer 100 Boyd, Regina 1 32, 329, 364 Boyd, Valerie 121,217 Boydstun, Jennifer 100, 226 Boykin, Elizabeth 265 Boykin, Joey 303 Brabston, James 358 Brabyn, Thomas 218, 223 Brabyn, Tom 299 Brackett, Kimberiy 217, 271 Bradford, Chnsti 273 Bradford, Ken 368 Bradford, Uah 132 Bradley, Chris 307 Brady, Eric 100 Bramlett. Paul 121 Bramlett. Ryan 293 Brandon. Catina 1 12, 221, 228 Brantley, Kara 121,218 Brantley, Kay Kay 330 Brase. Ben 195 Braseth. Ralph Jr 213 Brasher, John 363 Brasher, Lawri 132 Brassel, John 132 Breaux. Stephanie 218, 219, 223 Breedlove, Jennifer 112 Breland, Daniel 147. 361 Breland, Danny 226. 348 Breland, David 348 Brewer Beffie 151,348,360 Brewer, Chan 273 Brewer, Karen 1 32, 362 Brewer Lucy 218, 342 Bndgers, David 221, 228 Briggs, Jonathan 121, 221 Brilev, Michael 112 Bnssenden, JUl 100 Bnster, Hap 303 Britt, Sarah 190, 218 Broad, Wendy 320, 375 Broadwater, Laura 100, 318 Brocard, Isabelle 144 Brocato, Laune 132,223,265,328,349,364 Brock. Lance 147, 348, 361 Brockman, Jennifer 329 Bron, Knsti 376 Bronson. WiUiam 218, 219, 232 Brooks, Dana 121,263,327 Brooks, Elizabeth 132, 362 Brooks, Gina 132, 223, 358 Brooks, Melissa 263, 329 Brookshire, Charlotte 1 51, 348 Broom, Susan 358 Broussard, MicheUe 101,329 Brown, Bill 359 Brown, Bonnie 101 Brown, Carole 147, 226, 348 Brown, Chrysler 1 32 Brown, CoUin 277 ' { -111 -,n.K « 5.1 M ,11 w " -.1 Hi6.0niit?K |)i«,Do)l ijnl.w 1)111 ) tniLMclua tetslH liJn Diio tojDm) IijikDouiIis || E11I1 .1 IttHiiibi lniji Viln: Wft JnKT.ltilK ' kte.te )iffiii|ioi Kt i: li isnir . mm .m m m ■ ..231,3 m m m Mi Dial m rown, David 350 rown. Jeff 373 Town, Jeffery 112 irown, Jennifer 112, 121 irown. Joshua 132 224 Irown, Katelyn 223 328 Irown. Kenneth 132 (rown, Kristi 377 Irown. Ktelyn 215 Irown. Lee 303 Irown, Lisa 147, 343 irown. Lloyd 223 303 Jrown, Margaret ' 121 irown, Marianne 3I8 irowTi, Manclare 101 irown. Mildred 213 rown. Miranda 358 irown, Nick 190 Jrown, Nikki 362 Jrown. Reagan 147, 348, 361 irown. Regan 226 3rown. Richard 132, 223 Brown. Stephanie 101 irown, Stephen Christopher ii?, 227 Brown. Susan 362 3rown, Teresa 1 32 3rown, Tom 226 Brown, Vernon 358 Browning. Cheryl 265 Browning. Kimberly , 112 Brownlee, Jared 372 Broyles, Christopher 121 Brunini, Tony 329 Bryan, Doyle ' ' ' 303 Bryan, Harriet 218 Bryan. Stephen 112 Bryant. Anne 273 Br ' ant. John 307 Br ' ant, Virginia 112 Bryson. Melissa 132, 358 Brzeczek, Holly 213 ' 218 Bubrig, Dennis ' 101 Bubrig, Denny 327, 341, 373 Buchanan. Douglas , 319 Buchman. Kara 101 Buck. Heather 132 Buckingham, Valerie 132 Buckles. Amy 149,348.360 r Buckley. Laura 112, 228 ■vBuckmasier. Sam 303 Buckner, Jeane ' 225 Buckner, Jeane 341, 355 Buffington. Kevin 132 Bufkin, Donna 147 343 Buford. Chris 132, 223, 232, 289, 358. ' 367 Buford, Tangela 132 Bugglewicz, Douglas 101 Buglewicz. Doug 281 Bulbrig, Denny 329 Bullard, Brandy 263 Bullock. UlmerT . . 21 Bumgamer, Brad 327 Bunch. Matt . ' . . . 307 Bundy. Jeff 334 Burch, Jenni 377 Burch, Jennifer 1 32 Burch, Jenny ' 263 Burcham, Angela 217, 319 Burchfield, Julie 132 Burell. Cecilia . . . . 112 Burford, Edwin I47 I Burford, Nelson 348 ' Burge. Chen " ' . 263, 329 Burge, Christine 101 Burgess. Maryland 329 Burgess. Pamela I47, 348 Burgoin, Matt ' 307 Burke, Patricia 101 Burkes. Steve I47 343 Burkes, Terell ' 357 Burkhaller. Henry 326 Burle. Bill ,227 Burnett. John 144_ 277 Burnett. Judy ' 368 Burnett, Melissa 101 341 Burnett. Nathan ' 277 Burnett, Patrick 221, 326, 342 Burnett, Tom ' ' 303 Bumey. Cynthia " i32. 218. 363 Bumham, Anna 112 352 Bumham. Chasity 151, 348] 360 Bumham, Romney ' 349 Bums, Andrew 224 Bums. Ben ' ' ' 348 Bums, Christopher 3O3 Bums, Kendra 121, 273 Bums. Michael ' 224 Bums. Rebecca 217, 221, 228, 352 Burroughs. Byron 307 Burt. Tom 112 Burton, Frank 348 Burton, FrankJin I47 Busby, Amanda 1 12, 217 Busby. Audra 149, 348 360 Busby. Cherry Lynn 215 232 Busby, Kimberly ' 121 Bush. Ginny 226, 348 Bush. Jason , . 349 Bush. Virginia . 1 47 Bushong. David 112, 293 Bushong. Jennifer ' 101 Bussone. Kristin 121. 358 Butchee. Tracy ' I44 Butler. Brett 303 Butler. Christy lOi Byars. Keri II3 Byars. Kerri ' ' 223 Byars. Raleigh 21 Byers, Robert 375 Bynum. Mary 121 362 Bynum. Tonya 3. 101, 318, 319] 351 Byrd, Anthony I47 Byrd, Joe 226 Byrd. Michael 361 Byrd, Timothy ' ' 101 Byrnes. Brett 303 kM Cabral, Justin 293 Cade. Shayne 121, 281 Cado, Monica 113 Cagle, Paul [[[[ 121 Cahill, James III 213 Cai, Yinxiu 213 Cain, Cathenne 226 Cam. Greg 353 Calcote, Adam 299 Calcutt, Nancy ' . ' .. ' .. 213 Caldwell, Scott 346 Calhoun, Carrie 121 Callahan. Rachel 132 Caliender. Brad 329 Callender, Bradley 101 Calloway, Jeff 372 Calvert. Kelly iQi Cambell, Nycole 329, 353 Cameron. Anna 263 329 Cameron. Brad ' 299 Cammack, Christie A 363 Cammacie, Christie 223 Camp, Billy 226,361 Camp, William 147 Campbell, Barry 221. 228 Campbell, Christa ' 2I8 Campbell. Melisse 144, 215, 318, 349 Campbell, Michael 121 Campbell, Richard 101 Campbell. Spencer 132 Campell, Nycole 326 Canada. Robert 121,213,218 Cannimore, Cydney 113 Cannimore. Cydnie 377 Cannon, Christina 3, 318, 319 Cannon, Laura 113 Canlrell, John 132. 2! 8, 227 Cantry. Ann 29] 223 Cantwell, Tim 1 90 Canup, Dow 132, 223, 232, 352 Cappleman. Rebecca 147 Cardwell. Mary iQl Carey, Krista 263 Cario, Kevin 122 Carlisle, Bethany ... 1 13, 217, 221, 222, 228 329 Carlson, David 299 Carlson, Emily iQ] Carlson, Knsten 122 Carmean, Jay lOl Carney, Jessica loi Carothers. Charlotte 113 Carothers, Cotena 113 Carouther, Rodney 318 Carpenter. Harold 359 Carr. Cheri 101 Carraway, Michael Jr 218 Carraway, Mishael 122 Carroll, Deborah 228 Carroll, Jim 277 Carroll, Nina 113 Carroway, Alisha 364 Carmthers, Gloria 122 Carson, Elizabeth Ann 233 Carson. Jeff 330 Carson, Jeffery 113 Carson, Lauren 329 Carson. Shalese lOl Carter, Amy 363 Carter, Candy loi Carter, David 113 Carter. Elizabeth 113, 228 Carter. Fran ' 351 Carter, Gwyneeda 149, 343 Carter, Jim ' 368 Carter, Leigh i 13, 263, 327 Carter, Libby 263, 329 Carter, Montez ' 367 Carter, Shannon 213 Carter. William ][ 132 Carty, Jay 303 Carvalho, Nerin 132 Carver. Beth [[ 226 Case. Rebecca 193, 263 Cashion, James ' 122 Cassity. John ' 303, 363 Casion, Kellie 147, 343 Catanese. Ashley lOL 273 Cater, Amy 263, 329 349 Cates, Anna 147, 226, 348 Cathey. Shirley 101 Catlett. Lindsey 101 Callin. Billy 303 Catt, Tracy 226 Caudle, Melanie 326 Causey. Debra lOl Causey. Stacey 151, 348 Cavender, Kevin 218, 320 Caver, Beth ' 343 Caver, Elizabeth 147 Cencula. Allyson iQl Ch ' ng, Kar 122 Chachad, Yatin 368 Chaffe, Robert 299 Chai, Hui-Fung 213 Chai, Kok 132 Chai. Ming-Ching 218,220 Chain, Dr Bela 21 Chambers. Jean 353 Chamblee, Stacy 263. 329 Chambliss, Donnie " 223 Chan, Chan 144 Chan. Chew-Ling 122 Chan. Chong Kim 354 Chan, Shin-Yi 122 Chan, Ya-Yu 144 Chancellor ' s Leadership 231 Chancellor. Leslie 263 Chancellor. Rainey 263 Chancy. Phillip 277 Chandler, Andrew 36 1 Chandler, James 213 Chandler, Kelly 2 18 Chandler. Kevin 2I8 Chandler, Mart 343 Chaney, Leigh 132, 218 Chang, Hsin-Hsin 101 Chappell, Courtney 362 Chamley, Rob 303 Chase, Collin 293 Chase, Pamela I 32, 21 3, 2 1 5, 220. 223, 233 364 Chatman, Tarsha 122 Chaturvedula. Aswathama 144 Chaudhun. Rajat 213 Chaudhury, Jayanta lOI Cheatham, Dana 122 362 Cheek, Jean W ' 21 Chein, Chinug-Jung 2I8 Chelette, Shannon 217 Chellette, Shannon 327 Chen. How-Wen ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . 144 Chen, Jing-Yang 101 Chen. Keng Heng 363 Chen, Ting-Ying 144 Chen, Yanhua [[ 353 Cheng, Annie iQl Cheng, Mei 144 Chemenkoff, Kelly lOl Cherag, Shong Fook 354 Cherry, Susan 353 Cheshier, Bradley 122 Cheung. Fung ] 213 Chew. Can 122, 213 Chew. Leong Kok ' 354 Chew, Lim Sin 354 Chew, Yien 132 Chi Omega 254, 255 ChiPsi 280,281 Rho Chi 226 Chi, Seet Wan 354 Chie, Tham Min 354 Chien. Chiung-Jung ,,. . 213 Childers. Dana 273 Childress, Brad 277 Childress. Thomas 221, 228 Chin, Law Meng ' 354 Chin, Wai-Mean 2I8 Chin, Yuin 132, 218, 227 Chinery, Angela 113 Ching, Chong Yee 354 Chipley, Robin 151,348,360 Chipman, Jeffrey 122 Cho. Suyong 132 Cho. Suyoung 329, 354 Choi, Yin ' 113 Chong, Cheam Heng 354 Chong, Kim ' 113 Choon, Goh Eng 354 Choon, Leong Qiee 354 Chow, Alon 132 Chow, Lisa 113, 217. 34 1, 376 Chow. Melanie 221,228 Christian. Kay ' 21 Chnstopher. Leshe 327 Chu. Natahe 132, 334 Chua. Chong 122 Chua, Goeh-Kok 1 13 Chua, Ruby 363 Chua. Tiong 132 Chulmers. Jeremy 195 Chun, Lee Teck 354 Chung, Chi-Chen 213 Chung, Chichen (Qi Cihak, Herbert E 21 Cimon. Catherine , 221 228 Clancy. Sean 122, 213 ' 224 Clark. Alan 223. 303. 363 Clark. Alice 226 Clark, Bob ' . " 369 Clark, Carrie loi Clark, Charles [[[ _ 21 Clark, Crystal iQl Clark, Dawn 273 Clark, Jami 101 Clark. Joe 299 Clark, John loi, 303 Clark, Junius 144 Clark. Mary 122 Clark, Pamela lOl, 367 Clark, Tonya 149, 348 ' 360 Clark. Willie 22 Clavier. Jodi 113 273 Clay. Chris ' 281 Clay, Christopher 113. 329 Clay, Maunel 113 Clearman. Amanda 113, 329 Cleere. W Ray ' . 19 Clements, Cass 122 Clemmer. Stephanie 122 Cleveland. Kim 343 Clinton, Leigh 330 Clower. Candi 221 Clower. Candice 113, 228 Cobb. Bradford ' 303 Cobb. Christopher 122 374 Cobb, Heather 218, 22l! 263 Cobb, James 358 Cochran, Addrea lOl Cochran, Brien 122 Cochran. Jeff 307 Cochran. Kelly 132, 350, 377 Cochran. Rebecca lOl Cochran, Will 299 Cockcroft. Jennifer 353 Cockfield. Anne 215, 218, 223. 233, 364 Cockroft. Jennifer 122, 218. 358 Cody, Melanie 113] 329 Coe, Emily 132 Coel, Karen 2 1 6 Coffey, Lyndie 101 Coggin. James 218,223 Cohron. Colleen 113 Coker. Trey ' 368 Colby, Julie . 151,348, 361 Colditz. Jennifer 217 221 Cole, Karen 132,216 233 Cole, Michael 101, 132 Cole. Rebecca 198, 221, 228 329 Coleman. Cayce 263 Coleman. Cynthia 122 Coleman, Dennis 303 Coleman, Douglas 223, 303 Coleman, John 303 Coieman, Josiah 228 Coleman, Larry loi Coleman, Leigh 147, 348 Coleman, Mary 132 Coleman, Sarah 133. 218,233, 358 Coleman, William 349 Collantes, Paloma Collier, Haley CoUier. Jeff 193 221 277 CoUier. Samantha 101 Collier, Wendy [ ' 122 329 Collins, Chris [ 211, 303 CoUins, Emily ' . ' . ' .... ' 1 1 3 Collins, Guy 303 Collins, Kristi Thome _ 377 Collins, Sonny 363 Collins, Stacy ' . ' . ' . ' .. 101 Collins, Stephen " ' ' 122 Collins, Tomeka ' _ q Collins, Tonya 144 CoUister, Kim 273 Collister, Kimberiy {Q CoUom, Shawna 353 Collum. Shawna ' ' ' 373 Colon, Angelle 122 Colquitt. Claire ' 263 Colston, Katrina 101 Comer. Uslie 133, 213, 233 Comer, Michelle 364, 374 Commer, Beth ' 122 Confort, Doug 279 Conlee, Jerri ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . 348 Conley, Karen 263 Connell. Edward 349 Connell. Jane 122 Connell, Mary Ann 22 Connell, Melanie 273 Connolly. Bridget . ' ... ' 101 Connoly. Bridgett 273 Connor, Carl 350 Connor. Jennifer loi Cook, Alana i22 Cook. Blake 147, 361 Cook, Bruce ' 122 Cook, Chip ..... ' . 277 Cook, Chris 299 Cook, Jason 113 Cook, Paul Blake . ' . ' . ' - ' ...... 233 Cook. Tom 293 Cooley, Alese 362 Coomarasamy, Aren 354 Cooper, Allan 122 Cooper, Amy 101 Cooper, Brett " ' ' ' 303 Cooper, Chuck 329 Cooper, Ken 277 Cooper, Marcus 113 Cooper. Michael 277 Cooper, Rhonda 233 Cooper. Tim 277 Cooperwood. John 147, 233, 361 Copeland. Bodie ' 353 Copeland. Brittany 263 Copeland, Larry 133 Copeland, Mary 223 Copperwood, Steven 226 Corbitt. Greg 223, 307, 358 Corbitt, Gregory ,133 Corcoran, Cable Boy 133 Corder, Danette . . 2I8 Corder, Sherrell 133 Cordts, Anna 265 Corley. McNabb ' ' 106 Cornish, Kim 217, 352 Comish, Kimberly . . ' 122 Corpstein, Kelly 147, 226 Coslen. Kimberly ' 377 Gotten. Chad 307 Gotten. Elizabeth 113, 222 Gotten, Tanji 151] 36O Coulter. Lori lOl Counce. Charles 122 Counce, Chuck 293 Courtney. Claudia 113 Courtney, Dina I51, 348, 360 Courtney, Lea 352 Courtney. Marvin 357 Covey. Cindi 225, 355 Covey. Cynthia 313 Covington. Annie 133 Cowan, Ellen 133 Cowart, Diedre i5i, 343 Cowley, Sheena ' 225 Cox, Bryan 101,281 Cox, Corey 273 Cox, Con 101 Coy, Mark 133 Crabb. Stacy ' ,[ 263, 330 Craddock, David ' 303 Craddock, Tyler 277 Craft. Kendra 133, 330, 358, 363 Craft, Martha 133, 2I8 Craig, David ' 363 Craig, Sherry 346 Craig, York 303 Crane, James 343 Crane, Michael 223 Cranston, Suzanne 2X1, 358 Craven. Dennis 196, 213, 218, 220, 233, 374 Crawford, William S 19 Creager, Barbie 151, 348, 361 Creekmore, Charlotte 263 Creel, Josephine 346, 347 Creel. Stacy 225. 228 Cresap. Stephen 133 Crider. Bnan , 113, 355 Criswell. Terry 151 Crocker. Ginger 327, 328, 329, 352 Crocker, Stacy 263 Croft, Adam 307 Croft. Kevin 223 Crokett, Matt 307 Crongeyer. John 307 Crosby. Kay 113 Cross, Janice 218 Cross, Myles 353, 374 Crosthwail. Frank Jr 19 Crouther. Rodney T 320 Crowe, Brad 303 Crowe. Katie 263 Crowe. Thomas A 22 INDEX 391 Crawford, Geneva 113 Crownover, Amanda 225, 355 Cuevas, Stephen A 350 CuUom, Brenda 225, 355 Cummings. Katie 358 Cummins, Dosha 147,218,226 Cummins, Jamie 373 Cunningham, Sharon 113, 319 Curren, Peni 307 Currie, Kim 151, 360 Curry, Cassandra 376 Curry, Yolanda 213 Curtis, Tiffany 133,215,219,223,364 Cushion, Bryant 363 Cuthbert, Evelyn 151, 360 D ' Ambrosia, Lisa 213 Dabbs, Cliff 277 Dacus, Paula 223 Dahi, Dr Eric 22 Daily, Patrick 133, 213, 218 Daily, Tammie 318, 375 Dalaison, Valarie 147 Daly, Preston 277 DameU, Tilfani 226 Dampier, John 133 Daner, Jenny 353 Daniel, Brandi 133, 329 Daniel, Cheryl 133 Daniels, Kelli 147 Dantone, Cindy 329 Darby, Leigh 113,221 DameU, Tiffani 329, 358 Das, Shyamal 144 David, Harperm 124 Davidson, George 113, 327, 367 Davidson, Jenny 273 Davis, Andrea 329 Davis, Brad 303 Davis, Bridget 149 Davis, Carol 1 13, 263 Davis, Chari 151, 360 Davis, Chistopher 221 Davis, Christopher 228 Davis, Courtenay 133, 329 Davis, DarreU 113 Davis, EmUy 133, 225, 355 Davis, Jody 133 Davis, Kimberly 113, 228 Davis, Kyle 221 Davis, Landon 133 Davis, Lindley 358 Davis, Lisa 113,221,228 Davis, Mike 289, 367 Davis, Pete 193 Davis, Rick 299 Davis, Robert 213 Davis, Russ 293 Davis, Russell 221, 228 Davis, Todd 351 Davis, Traci 133, 218 Davison, Katie 263 Dawson, John 218 Day, Jeff 277 Day, Ramsey 190 Dean, Ginger 151, 348, 360 Dean, Kimberly 133 Dear, Stephen 367 Dearman, Kaye 151, 348 Dearmon, Kaye 360 Dealer, Steven 355 Dealon, Bradley T 348 Deaton, Ronald 133 DeCosta, Darlene 348, 360 Dedeaux, Stacey 263 Dedman, Dean 215 Dedmon, Dean 219, 220, 234, 307 Dees, Hale 303, 352 Defuniak, Elizabeth 376 DeGarmo, Jeffery 221 Dehmer, Dodds 303 Dekoster, John 281, 329 Delaney, Rob 303 Delashmet, Arthur 149, 348, 361 DeLeeuw, Sumuel 227 Dellum, Kelly 263 DELTA DELTA DELTA 256, 257 Delta Gamma , 258 259 KAPPA DELTA 262 Delta Psi 282, 283 DeMagalhaes, Roberto 368 Dement, Scott 299 DeMoss, Brian 299 DeMuynck, Daughn 224 Denckhoff, Robert 303 Dendy, Amy 113 Dendy, Angela 377 Dendy, Elizabeth 147 Dendy, Jane 348 Denight. Brett 228, 277, 376 Denley. John 221 Denley, S Gale 22 Dennis, Jeffrey 133 Denny, Michael 299 Demon, Christy 133,273,363 Depperschmidt, Carey 348 Depperschmidt, James 361 Derrick, Amy 375 Deiryberry, Vance 277 Deshazo, Cameron 299 Determan, Teresa 133 Devender, Tol Van 361 Devening, Will 196 Devereux, Colby . 307 Dewalt, Felethis 144 Dewees, Herbert 22 Dewey, Tom II 212 DeWitl. Connie 151,348,361 Dickens, Oren 22 392 INDEX Dickerson, Courtney 263, 329 Diehl, Alan 348 Diffey, Steve 3, 318, 319, 375 DifFey, Steven 133 Dillard, Andrew 373 Dillon, Dayle 2, 151, 319, 348, 360 Dilwonh, Katbryn 133, 349 Dilworth. Marty 147, 348, 361 Dingerson, Michael 34 Diraviyam, Dhiraviya 122 Dirga, Nik 320 Ditolla, Kate 194 Divan, Darla 122, 217, 218 Dixon, Carlynn 353 Dixon, David 303 Dixoo. Kayla 147, 348 Dobbins. Tara 122, 217 Dodd, Desiree K 363 Dodge, Bess 329 Dodson, James 122 Doiron, Jacqueline 133 Dollar, Christopher 277 Donald. Harmon 122 Donelan. Nancy , , 133, 215, 218, 226, 234, 353 Donham, Nancy 113, 355 Donnell, Christopher 122 Donnelly. Patrick 133, 226. 363 Donnelly, Tara 1 90 Doom, Dee 133 Dorsey, April 122, 273 Doss, Richard 144 Dossett, Steven 221 Doty, Alison 1 44 Doty, Chris 299 Dou, Xian 144 Dou, Xibing 144 Douglas, Brett 355, 373 Douglas, Tracey 147, 361 Douglas. Tracy 226 Dowdy. Jed 364 Dowdy. Joseph 213, 218 Dowdy, Robert E 22 Downer. Joy 198 Downing, Carrie 113 Downs, Amy 133 Downs, Bradley Russell 234 Downs. Kimberly 133, 375 Doyle, Shannon , , . . 133. 263, 327, 329, 358 Draper, Pam 362 Draper, Pamela 133 Drennan, John 195 Drinkard. Ashley 273 Driver. Phyllis 363 Druey. David 224 Ducklo. Matt 293 Ducy. Kimberly 113 Dudley, Jennifer 113 Duett. Tara 330 Dugan. Dawn 133, 263 Duke, Frank 303 Duke, Josephine 144 Duke, Susan 213 Dulmg. Shea 263, 329. 358 Dumas, Calvin 373 Dunagan, Joseph 113 Dunahoo, Ashley 149, 361 Dunahoo, Cale 217 Duncan. Ashley 133, 263 Duncan, Douglas 215 Duncan. Peggy 213 Duncan, Shane 113 Duncan, Timothy David 363 Dunham. Greta 151 Dunn, Bobby 361 Dunn, Jacquie 327 Dunn. Kathleen 349 Dunn. Rachael 263 Dunn, Rachel 218 Duraj, Chns 348, 361 Duraj. Christopher 149 Duren, Tawan 113 Durham. Britt 352 Durrett. Lee 303 Dutt, Courtney 263 Dutt, Gmger 263. 329 Dye, Richard 228 Dye, Rick 221, 222, 329. 349 Dyer, Erika 355 Dyer, Josh 299 Dyer, William 218 Dyke, Brylene Van 326 Eader, Mike 307 Bads, Patsy 213 Earhart. Austin 303 Earnest, Stephen L 234 Easley, Taylor 376 East. Allen 195 East. William 113 Easlerling. Kimberly 221, 228 Easlerwood. Lee 218 Eaton, Lee 303 Eaves. Mar 113,327, 329 Echelberry. Robert 113 Eckard. Dax 277 Eckols, Tamelrice 113, 330 Edgar. Allan 299 Edgar. Robert 221. 222, 228 Edge, Carolyn 1 33 Edge, Kinsley 377 Edmonson. William 218 Edmonslon, Becca 113 Edwards, Andy 303 Edwards. Chns 303 Edwards. F H 223, 271, 303, 363 Edwards. Gwendolyn 113 Edwards. Lydia 348, 360 Edwards. Rcgma 263 Edwards. Rob 346. 349 Edwards. Robert 133, 224 Edwards, Ward 277 Eichman, Brandt 218 Eielson, Harry 218 Ekuta. Jethro 144, 226 El-Oueini. Nada Sami 213 Elder. Eric 307 Eldridge, Valisa 271 Elkins. Elizabeth 263 EUard. Joe 307 Eller, Diana 373 Ellett. Jason 293 Elliot. Anne 349 Elliott, Claude 368 Ellis, Amanda 113 Ellis, Faith 263 Ellis. Melissa 213, 375 Ellis, Natalie 149. 234, 348, 360 Ellis, Susan 375 EUis, Wendy 133 Ellzey, Scott 133 Elmore, Joseph 22 Elmore, Paul 144 Elrod, Greg 277 Elson. Lisa 349 Eltiste, Bret 277 Elzey. Scott 226 EmOnger. Ryan 149, 348, 361 Emmons. Frank 299 Enchelmayer, Eric 113 Enchelmayer, Ernest 133 Enders, Lisa 113 Endom, John 227 Eng, Ong Siew 354 Engen, Brendan 213 Engen, Ltc Gary 22 Ennis, Morgan 329 Enskat. Tim 307 Epley, Patnck 307 Chi Epsilon 227 Kappa Epsilon 360 Erhardl, Michael 223 Erick, Jason 277 Erikson, Lisa 263 Erwin, Abbey 133 Erwin. Clay 307 Erviin, Lea 114 Esnard. Brec 363 Esnard, Bre! 303 Estes, Brett 307 Esies, Mary Margaret 263 Eswaran, Hari 144 Eta Kappa Nu 230 Eubank. Brooke 133 Eubanks, Brigid 114.217,221,228 Eubanks. Christy 326 Evans, Christina 375 Evans. Damon 303 Evans. Jamie 307 Evans, Jennifer 133, 362 Evans, Kalherine 213 Evans, leslie 218, 377 Evans. Norma 147 Evans, Tim 357 Evans. Timothy 133, 224 Evans. Travis 133 Evanson. Lori 213 Evelyn. Neville 117 Everett. George 22 Everett, Rebecca 114 Eversmeyer. Jennifer 221, 228 c Faeser. Shannon 360 Fab. Ning Swee 354 Fahmy. Osama 368 Fair, Laura 329 Fairley. Brent 307, 358 Fan, Peter 133,21 8 Fantain. Margaret 358 Fara, Brigitte 114 Farage. Matt 307 Farese, John 224 Farias, Angela 190 Farlow. Adam 281 Farmer, Clayton 149 Farmer, Jennifer 114 Farmer, Josette 133. 223, 327, 352, 364 Farmer, Laura 1 14 Farragut. Amy 114 Fasciano, George 376 Faughn, Roger 133, 281 Faulkner, Roger 367 Faust, Tom 323, 375 Fauleux, Rickey 227 Fauteux, Ricky 227 Featherstone. Samuel 228 Feidt, Bill 227 Feminella. Rana 114 Feng. Jining 144 Ferguson. Kevin 213, 218, 220, 374 Fernandez, Francisco 144 Ferris. Bill 22 Ferris. Doug 303 Ferris. Margaret 1 14, 221, 222, 228 Fesmire. Becky 225 Fields, Amy 263 Fihpovic, SRdan 368 Finch. Sonnye 263 Findley. Bunny 330 Finklea, Allison 114, 222, 228 Finley. Claire 362 Finley. Courtney 329 Finn. Kelly 133 Fisher. Clay 293, 376 Fisher. Leah 133 Fisher, Mike 293 Fishman, Saar 222 Fitzgerald. John 303 Fitzgibbon, Jenifer 114, 329 Filzmoms. Jay 114. 293 Fiveash, Knstie 114, 217, 226 Fivecoat. Phillip 114 Flagg. Melissa 228 Fleming, Ashley 263 Fleming, Newell 263 Hesher, Dale L 212 Resher, Tonya 26 Fletcher. Julie |23 Flint. Cindy 329 Flint. Cynthia 1 14. 341 Floyd. Aimee 263. 329 Floyt. Aimee 350 Flurry, Shelley 273 Flynt, Cindy 331 Flynt, Joey 293 Fogle, Jennifer 273 FoU. Chris 303 Foley, Vrad 373 FoUne. Paula 358 Fong. Alex 114,358 Fong, Chang Sow 354 Fong, Cindy 114,221.318 Fong, Cynthia 228 Fong. Priscilla 358 Fong. Pui-shan 1 14 Fooks, Cynthia 1 33 Foong. Leong Teck 354 Foote. Terra 133 Ford, Kathleen 368 Ford, Maria 134 Ford, Ninnie 123 Ford. Peyton 279 Foregger, John 123 Fomeris, Tino 281 Forrest, Rodrick 357 Forrest, Vontella 123 Forsyth. Alicia 1 14 Fortenberry, David 134, 307 Fortenberry, John 144 Fortenberry, Tanya 218 Fortenbury, Tisha 114 Fortinberry, Courtney 352 Foshee, Heather 228 Fosbee. Shane 221 Foster. Amy 263. 329 Foster. Ben 277 Foster. Cinnimon 225 Foster. Lara 134, 273, 377 Foster. Laura 213 Foster, Stacy 263. 329 Fowler. Brian 323 Fowler. Jamie 147, 226 Fowler. Katherine 224 Fowlkes. Allison 263 Fowlkes. Francis 123 Fox, Brian 277 Fox. Otis 367 Fox. Shelia 114. 319 Foy. Manoy 134 Fraley. Michael 103. 318 Francis, Mary Claire 375 Franck, Danielle 123. 341 Frank, Daniel 196 Franklin, Frederick 1 34 Franks, Carl 350 Franks, Chad 218, 358 Frassrand. Keil 190 Fralesi, Lisa 147. 348 Frazier, Stephen 218 Frazure, Melissa 123 Frazure. Paige 358 Freeman, Dudley 218 Freeny, Jennifer 348, 361 Freshour, David 134 Freudenberg. Julie 348 Freusenberg, Julie 360 Fruge, Don 18 Fugler. Elizabeth 358 Fui, Low Keng 354 Fulgham, William 134 Fullen, Jason 293 FuUer, Nancy 226. 360 Fultz, Kevin 277 Funderberg, Steven 349 Furguson. Robert 227 Furnas. Ken 299 Futvoye, Malt 303 Fyfe. Brian 114. 329 Gabrieliy. Elizabeth 329 Gaddo. Andrea 218 Gage. Shaw 299 Gaines, Anthony 218. 219, 223, 234 Gaines, Cynthia 114. 327 Gaines, Tony 134,215, 324 Gallagher. Sean 196 Gallahue. Blaise 346 Gallahue. Bloise 224 Galler. Rachel 114 Galloway. Valerie 213 Galvani, Tanya 114 Gamison. Phyllis 329 DELTA GAMMA 258 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 264 Gammons, Zeb 277 Gann, Steven 307 Gant. Chnsti 134 Gardner, Kathleen 213, 218 Gardner. Mark 218 Gardner, Sedji 360 Gardner, Shawn 114 Garmon. Tom 341 Gamer, Andy 327 Gamer. Fred 195 Gamer. Jason 215, 223. 303. 330 Gamer, Walter 219. 234 Garrett. Ricki R 19 Garrigues. Justin 307 Garrison, Angela 114 Garrison, Phyllis 134. 367 Garrott. Jenni 349 Gartin. Kent 1 34 Garvin, Craig 299 Garvin. Kim 1 14 Gaskin. Manuela 134 Gassaway. Kathryn 377 Gates. Clayt 327, 329 Gates, Gloria 134, 217 Gates, Rebecca 134, 217, 220 aKtmt SLUM atDwBna ■aitspitCamlif j()pi(,DenlK ,j!tepit,MtluM ItllDlK fcDoi (dsiaNifl :«tiiijKnsin) jddtnjif " a. Cm ■ ' VCWu, " ■ " .Eipkinr ' imiiiii ■ " ' t.Eiioi Jfeliei " p ' alewood. NefTie 271 ■atewood. Sherry 134 -eisleman, Kent 303 enelti, William 213 iengan. Malhevan 354 ienneiti, Berlin 227 leno. Ginger 360 ieorge. Paula 213 ieraghty. Arden 263 Ifermaine, Nicole 225 ■ irrie. John 221. 228 ' ibbons. Doitie 329 ibbons. Enc 303 jibson, Jonathan 114 iibson, Pam 226 iibson, Pamela 147. 213 Jiddings. Julie 151. 348! 360 hlben, Faye 219, 358 lilben, Jennifer ' 375 Jilder, Tim 277 nil, Heather 376 iill. Kerne 263 jill. Lance 303 ill. Pam 360 iill, Pamela 149 [jillen, Kevin 293 iUentine, Bnan 372 . illespie, Camille 273 gillespie. Deidre 358, 367 illespie. Melissa 147, 226, 348 " ley. Billy 307 lian. Brian 277 liland. Michael 221, 228 jilhspie. Brian 299 ijilmer, Tom 114 ' jilmore. Frank 361 hmma. Victoria 213, 218 }in. Low G 221, 354 Jinn. Dawn 348 jinn. Monroe 218 Jinn, Patrick 218 jlamser. Kate 114, 352 Jlasgow, Bill ' 359 jlasgow. Jane 134 Jlaslow. Willijim 134 Jlass. Jenna K 263. 327 Jlaze, Brad 28l! 346 Jlover, James 367 Jober. Don 303 Jober, Jane 114 Joddard. Kendra 224 jodwin, John 349 jodwin, Nan 352 Joehnng. Knsten 348. 360 JofT. John , , , 362 Joggans, Stephanie 218 JOh. Eng 134, 213, 218, 220 jold. Lisa 114 jolden. Julie 218, 263, 326 Jolden Key 218 5olden. Lane ,. 28,134,204,213,215,218, 219,220,226,234,370 joldych. Brian 114 joldyon, Brian I95 jooch. Adnenne 273 jood, Jason 299 jooden, Monique 367 joodman, John 277, 363 joodman, Paula 216, 218, 358 joodmen, Jeff 277 joodwin, Chris 320 joodwin, Chnstopher 1 34 joolsby, Andie 273 joolsby, Andrea 358 jordon, Gmger 114,217,221,228 jordon, Julie 114 jordon. Melanie 134 jordon. Paige 263 jordon, Robert 299 joswami. Deb 328 jough. John 223, 349 3race. Cathy 134 218 3raham. Barney 3O3 Graham, Belva 144 Graham, Chns 293 Graham, Christopher 147, 361 Graham. Manon I34 Graham. Paul 226, 348 Grant. Kenneth 277 Grant, Paul 363 Grant, Stephanie 134, 224, 349 Grant. Traci ' . , ' 358 Grantham, Richard 329 Gray, Brenda 149, 360 Gray, Carol ' 1 34 Gray, Charlyne 1 14 Gray, Euphiazene B 212, 307 Gray. Jermaine 33O, 373 Gray. John ' 299 Grayson. Beverly 367 Greaves, Henry 221 Green. Harvey , , - I34 Green. Jennifer 263, 323, 375 Green. Johnson 349 Green, Matt 35 1 Greene, Eason 228 Greene, Karen I34 Greene, Larry 217 Greenham, Bart 352 Greenhaw, Nancy 134, 362 Greer. Kim ' 367 Greer. Sam 303 Gregg. Ronald 228 Gregory. E . 103, 332 Gregory, Kate 329 Gregory, Paul 303 Gresham. Emily 329 Gresham. Lenore 329 GnfTen. Ashley 263 GnfTm, Ashley 329 Griffin. Dwayne 367 Griffin, Grady 319 Griffin, James I47 Gnffin, Julie 375 Gnffin, Kim 151, 36O Gnfiin, Kimberly 329 Griffin. Rafael 367 Griffin. VerdeU 151, 289, 367 GnfTis, Jennifer 114, 221, 228 Griitith, Thomas 227 Griffon. Lance 299 GrilH. John 277 Gnmes. Marilyn 1 35 Gnnalds, Bess 349 Grisham, Sandra 213 Grissmger, Lloyd 349 Gnssom. Kevin 307 Gross, Mark 281 Grubbs. Holly 225 Gruntham. Warren 293 Guan, Lim Seng 354 Guarr, Holly {35, 362 Guat, Seow Lay 354 Guffin, Kimberly i i4, 273 Guidry. Gretchen 114 GuiUot. Joseph 223, 349 Gunkel, Bart 307 Gunn, Jeana 329 Gunn. Josh 190, 303 Gunnells, James 147 Gunnells. Jamie 348 Guntharp, Randy 151, 348 Gunther. Troy 329 Guo. Jing 146 Guo, Zhengming 146 Gumer. Joe 319 Gutensohn, Kuri 213 Guthrie. Stacey 221, 228 Guttensohn, Kurt 135. 218 Gultensohn, Mark 1 14, 359 Guttenson, Mark 221 Guy. Kimberly 215 Gwin, Adam 114 Ha, Emily 354 Ha, Loan 114 Haas. Laura 350 Habedank. Brenda 348, 361 Habeeb. Daniel 135, 219 Haberstrow. Chad 299 Hacker, Justin 190 Hackett, Michael 303 Hadley, Tom 277 Hail. Thomasanna 135 Hailey, Mathilde 114 Hailey. Parke 329 Haire, Margaret 135,213.217.218 Hairston, Trip 303 Hale. Hugh 303 Hale, Laura 329 Hale, Nikki 273 Hale. Paul 23 Hale, Sherby 135 Hales, Jeramy 221, 228 Haley, Jeimifer 190 Hall. Amanda 362 Hall. Christian 362 Hall. James 135 HaU. Kelly 263 Hall, Laura 135 Hall, LeAnn Kristen 363 Hall. Martin 221, 228 Hall, Natasha 328 Hall, Paul 135 HaU, Richard 135 Hall, Ryan , . 221, 228, 303 Hallum, Craig 342 Hallum, Stephan 135 Hamblin, Linda 144 Hamilton, Heather 215, 352 Hamilton, Judy 228 Hamilton, Robert in 213 Hamm, Jodi 147, 348 Hammack, Elizabeth ' 358 Hamrick. T J 349 Hanchey, Jennifer 273 Hancock, Jo Ann 218 Hancock. Joann 135 Hand. Ben 307 Haney, Jennifer 114, 373 Haney, Laura ' 114 Hankins. Tedral 367 Hannah, Doris 114 Hanor, Knsti 135,215.217,218,223.364 Hanson, Dr Donald 23 Hao, Jie 114 Harbison, David 277 Harcrow, Chapel 220 Hardage. Jason 213 Hardaway, Erica 367 Hardee. Carla 114,217,221,223,228 Harder. William 361 Hardin, Emil 114 Hardin. Emili 358 Hardin, Pettey 303 Hardin. Tamela 367 Hardin. William 303 Hargrove, Kimberly 114 Harith. Norharita 135 Harith, Rita 354 Harkins, Douglas 213 Harmon, Alison 114 Harmon, Kelly 303 Harmon, Valerie " ' 367 Harney. Scott 213, 2i5, 281 Harper, David 218 Harper, Jason 2I8 Harrelson, Elizabeht 223 Harrelso n, Elizabeth 135 Harrelson, Lisa 362 Harries, Dewayne 289 Harrington. Michael 220 Harris, Dewayne ,, , 367 Harris. Elizabeth ... 263 Harris, Hayden 375 Harris, Jobn 352 Harris. Joy 135.217,219,224,328 Harris. Justin 299 Harris, Lisa 135 Harris, Miller 299 Hams, Nathan 307 Harris. Susan 135 Harris. Will 303 Harrison, Amy 215, 368 Harrison, Andy 135 Harrison. Ashley 327 Harrison. Cindy 363 Hamson. Cynthia 135, 218 Hamson, Don 135 Hamson, Jason 299 Hamson, Monroe 23 Hamson. Rebecca 114 Harrison. Sean 228 Harrison, William 349 Harsh. Caroline 114 Hart, Claire 329 Hart, Kim 35] Hartley, Leigh 329 Harty. Ellie 273 Harty. Mary ii4 Harvey, Amos 135 Haskins, Chris 277 Hasseltine, Hanley 307 Hatch, DeAnna 368 Hatfeild, Gay 363 Hauber. Steve 307 Haum. Adelene 360 Hawes, Mary Elizabeth 327 Hawkey. Karen 194 Hawkin, Kevin 277 Hawkins, Debbie 221, 228 Hawkins, Doris 147 Hawkins, Mary Heather 114 Hawkins, Perry 135, 205, 234. 325 Hawkms. Stacia 115, 329 Hawks, Dr Joanne 23, 213] 219 Hawley, Lane 115 Hayden. Rosalind 115, 263 Hayes, Art ' 279 Hayes. Brook 333 Hayes. Crandall 115, 330 Haygood. Caroline 3ig Haygood. Mary 135 Haynes. Alvin 289 Haynes. Demondes 115 Haynes. Lis 218 Haynes, Sean 115,293 Haynie, Lon 225 Hays, Brooke 362 Hays, Jason 307 Hays, Katheryn 213 Hays. Kathryn . .. 218,219,223 Heard, Angela 135 Heard, Leigh Ann 329 Heard, Penny 218 Heard. Richard 303, 327, 330 Hebert, Denise 263, 358 Hector, LaJuana ' 367 Hederman. Henry , , , 135 Hedgepaih. Tanya 360 Hedgepeth, Tanya 149 Heffner, Margaret 135 Heidelberg, Michael 303 Heimer, Gail 213 225 Heimer, Kyle 147. 348! 361 Helton, Kathy 144 Hemphill, Mark 348, 361 Hemphill, Robin 147 Henderson, Doris 135 Henderson, Jean . . 135 Hendrix, Scott 281 Heng, Chen Keng 354 Heng, Yang Hong 213 Henley, Belts 263, 329 Hennington, Steve 303 Henry. Ann 115,221,228 Henry. Stephanie 273 Henson, Carolyn 135 Henson, Hart 329 Henson, Philip 124 Herbert. Denise 329 Herbert. Stephen 303 Hercher, Victoria 218 Hemdon, Karen 151, 348. 360 Herring, Amy 115, 217, 221,222, 224.228. 330,331 Herring. Jason 303, 330 Hemng, Linda 213 Herring, Stephanie 115 Hemngton, Christopher 115 Hemngton, James 357 Herrmann, Brian 221 Herron. Chns 289, 367 Henon, Christopher 135 Herron, Trey 1 90 Hertl, Justin 318 Herzfeld. Robert 213, 219, 281, 328 Herzfield. Robert 135 Hetser, Ashley 263 Hew, Terence 354 Hewitt, Tom 277 Hiang, Tan Chi 354 Hickey, Robert 277 Hickman, Will A 19 Hicks, Bnan 221, 222 Hicks, Matthew 115 Hicks, William 115, 228 Higginbotham, Scott ' 213 Higgins, Leigh-Ann 213 Higgs, Darren 348. 36 1 High, Kimberly 115 Highfill, Julie 198, 352 Hikal, Ahmed 226. 361 Hilbum. Judson 303 HUl, Jana 327, 329, 352, 362 Hill, Jennifer 353 Hill, Melanie 367 Hill, MicheUe 217, 224, 273 Hill, Renecia 135 271 Hill, Tina 115, 329, 352 Hill, Tri 115 Hillhouse, Heather 327, 329, 364 Hillman, Lisa 151 Hinchcliffe, John 299 Hinds. Debbie 372 Hinds. Deborah 144 Hindsley, Pace 303 Hinton, Bnan 135 Hinton, Don 329 Hipp, MeUssa 135. 3 i 8, 358 Hirota, Satoko 144 Hitl, Jason 28! Hitt, Jeff 224 Hitt, Jeffrey 135 Ho, Kum 135 Ho, Lu Lee 354 Hobbs, Dee 303 Hodge, Leticia 213 Hodges, Jerry 1 1 5_ 373 Hodgeson, Jennifer ' 263 Hodo. Kathryn 341 Hodson, Ryan 303 Hoffman. Candace 115 Hoffman, Candy ] 329 Hoffman, Tambria 135 Hogan. Inda 228, 376 Holbrook. Chrissy 273 Holbrook, Christine 135 Holcomb, Nicole H5 Holden, Allison 1 15 Holder. Lenena 80 Holder. Wade 277 Holdsworth, Heath 226, 307 Holiday, Shaune 367 Holland, Jesse rr: 320 Holland. Joanna 221, 228, 263, 328, 329 Holland, Lisa 149 Holland. Mark 363 Holland. Martin 279, 358 HoIIanger, Karen 273 HoUey. Emily 115, 263, 329 HoUingsworth, Jennifer 151. 360 Hollingsworth, Kathleen 221, 228 HoUingsworth. Kevin 149 HoUis, Ashley 376 Holhs, De De 224 HoUis, Dede 364 HoUis, Mary 135, 349 HoUison, Monica 135 ' , 362 HoUomon. Shonda 135, 213. 218! 374 HoUongsworth. Nikitia 327 HolloweU, John 135 Holmes, Clarke 218 Holmes, Jeananne 135 Holmes. Milzi 115 Holmes, Teresa 115, 225 Holston. Johnny 151 HoU, Lon 115,217,221,228,329 Homan, Tina 329 Honeycutt, Jason 221, 228 Honeycutt, Karen 218 Honeycutt, Laurie 135, 198 Hong, Angie ' 354 Hong, Thye Wei 354 Honors Program 224 Hoo, Siew 135 Hood, Edward 115 Hood, Kimberly 135 Hood, Thomas 23 Hoon. Ooi Poh 354 Hoong. Chew Yien 354 Hoops. Ray 18 Hoover, Christi II5 Hoover, Kevin 349 Hopkins, Ashley 224 Hopkins. Norris 349 Hopkins, Shannon 350 Hopkins-Baker, Heather 144 Hoppe, Bryan 277 Hora, Niel 303 Homesburger, Dara 198 Homesburger. Daralyn 115 Hoskms, Xavier M 363 Hotsey. Katherine 329 Hou. Lim Mun 354 Houser, Mike 307 Houston, Marlon 367 Hovas, Dawn 362 Hovas, Donald 361 Hovas. Sherry , 135 Hovas, Todd 149 Hovey, Barbara 218 Hovious. Mary 213,215,220,223,235 Hovius, Mary Katherine 349 How, Lim Keng 354 Howard, Blake 263 HoweU. Beth 226 HoweU. Chnsty 1 1 5, 226 HoweU. Elizabeth 147 Howell, Jennifer 135 HoweU. Rich 303 HoweU, Richard 376 Howorth, Beckett 23 Hsu. Chi-Sheng 144 Hu, Sim Chin 354 Huam, Adelene 149 Huang. Hui 135 Huang. Hui-Chuan 363 Huang. Jennifer 358 Huang, Kedong 144 Hubbard, Ginger 144 Huber. Lisa 352 Huckaby. Garrod 135 Huddleston, Marissa 273 Huddleston. Milzi 135 Hudgens, Thad 190 Hudson. David 147. 361 Hudson. Gera . 151,360 Hudson, Stacy 271 Hudson, Tem 329. 350 Huey, Lim Siau 354 Huff, Elizabeth 221,228 Huffines, Michael 136. 214. 215, 318. 328 358. 363. 364, 370 Hufford. Charies 226 Huggins. Glenn 135 Hughes. Apnl 115,221.228 Hughes, Carson Jr 213. 219, 235 Hughes, Chns 355, 373 Hughes, Lacey 135 Hughes, Uin 215. 217. 325 Hughes. Lea Ann 151.218.348 Hughes, RusseU 358 Hughes. Russel 135 Hui, Kong Tze 354 HuU. Steven , 307 Hum, Jason 327 Humphreys. Jason 149, 348. 361 Humphries, WiUiam |36 Humphry. Angela 116 Hunter, Tracey , , 1 36 Hurdle. Mary Allison 235 Hursey, David , , , , 124 INDEX 393 Hurst, Stacey 147, 226, 348 Hussey, Alesha 136 Hutchcraft, Elliot 221 Hatcheson, Marcy 342, 358 Hutchinson, Chad . 116.217,221,222,228, 330 Hutchinson, Stacie 361 Hutchison, Stacie 147, 348 Hwa, Lim Hock 354 Hwa, Tan Hock 354 Hwa, Yu Hock 354 Hwang, Chen-Pei 144 Hwang, Yuan-Her Robin 213 Hyde, Curry 221, 228 Hyde, David 293 Ichitani, Junko 144 Illich, Gregory 363 IngersoU, Brian 116 Inglis. Tom 277 Ingram, Jennifer 136, 218 Ingram. Mary 124, 263, 329 Inman, James Todd 235 Inman, Todd 2, 136, 319, 375 Inner on, Dou 367 Irby. Kathleen 1 36 Irby, Kenneth 228 Irene, Abong 354 Isbell, Tmi 358, 363 Isbell, Timothy 136 Ishee, Brad 151, 348 Ivey, J Marlin 19 Ivey, Kenneth 213 Ivey, Patty 124, 318 Iyer, Sangeeta 149, 348, 360 f Jackson, Abdul 164 Jackson, Bryan 1 24 Jackson. Cednc 355, 373 Jackson, Cedrick 124 Jackson, Deidra 375 Jackson, Ida 375 Jackson, James 149 Jackson, Jim 348, 36! Jackson, Kimberly 116 Jackson. Mary 136, 219, 235 Jackson, Maylon 218, 223 Jackson, Stephen 303 Jacobs, Chris 299 Jacobs, Christopher 116 Jacobson, Kristen 104 Jacobson, Matl 373 Jain, Sanjay 144, 363 Jaje, Christy 263, 329 Jaje, Kjisten 104 Jakimczuk, Jason 104 James, David 277 James. John 346 James, Kimberly 116 James. Laura 104, 1 16. 273, 329 James, Mary 116 James. Stacie 147, 348 Jamison, Ken 293, 376 Jarrel, Sundra 225 Jarrell, Sundra 136, 218 Jams, Kira 360 Jarvis. Kimberly 149 Jaynes. Carrie 104 Jayrlock, Jay 293 Jeen, Huang Kit 354 Jefcoat, Candace 263 Jefcoat, Jodi 220. 349. 358 Jelks, Ehzabelh 104 Jenkins, David 136 Jenkins. Sarah 362 Jenkins. William D 235, 273 Jennings, Brad 104 Jennings, George . 104 Jennings, Mary 136, 218 Jennings, Russ 373 Jensen. Amy 124 Jessen, Kelly 124 Jeter, Jill 116,263.350 Jetton. Leshe 116, 375 Ji, Lifei 144 Jiunn. Ooi Jiann 354 Joachim, Gillen 293 Jobe, Mark 218 John, St Kelly 109 Johnsom, Margaret 116 Johnson, Aaron 273 Johnson, Anna 116, 221, 228 Johnson, Brian 151 Johnson, Chasity 105 Johnson, Cliff 277 Johnson, Eric 187 Johnson, Gary 213 Johnson, Ginger 125, 224. 349 Johnson, Harper 303 Johnson, Heather 221. 228 Johnson, Helen ,125 Johnson, Jay K 212 Johnson, Jennifer 125 Johnson, Julie 136 Johnson. Margaret 105 Johnson, Mary 125, 218 Johnson. Neal ' 299 Johnson, Patnck 303 Johnson. Robert 1 16 Johnson, Ronald 224 Johnson. Scott 303 Johnson, Seth 1 1 6, 3 1 8 Johnson. Shelia 221 Johnson. Stephen 367 Johnson, Thomas 136 Johnson, Tina 136 Johnson, Todd 151, 277 Johnson, Tripp 368 Johnson, Victoria 125 Johnston. Janet 147 Johnston, Jeffrey 105 Johnston, Lisa , 263 Johnston, Stephen 136. 206, 213. 215, 219 223, 235, 303, 324. 328. 349 Joiner, Bobby 279 Jolly, Edward 125 Jones, Andrae 125 Jones, Billy 1 16 Jones. Brian 125, 277 Jones. Chance 195 Jones. Charles 357 Jones, Charlotte 136 Jones, Charlene 105 Jones. Chevette 105 Jones. Christy 364 Jones, Christopher 105 Jones, Christina 125 Jones, Chris 326, 358 Jones, Clay 1 1 6, 303 Jones, David 125 Jones. Derrick 367 Jones. Dr Alan 23 Jones, Elizabeth 105, 263 Jones. Hank 221. 222, 303, 330 Jones. Heather 116 Jones, Henry 1 16, 228 Jones, Jana 136 Jones, Jean 23 Jones, Jeffery . . Jones. Jennifer . Jones. Jenny Jones. Jeremy Jones, Kenneth Jones, Kevin . . . Jones, Lou Ann . Jones, Louis 363 221.228 263. 329 105, 303 105 125 263 303 Jones. Martha 213 Jones. Marty 218, 364 Jones. Moneke 144 Jones, Renee 196 Jones, Robert 346 Jones. Robin 3, 116. 318,319, 341, 364 Jones. Shannon 3, 318. 319 Jones, Shaun 367 Jones, Skip 226 Jones. Stacy 105 Jones, Steven 105 Jones. Terri 105 Jones, Tim 289, 367 Jones. Timothy 116 Jones. William 136, 361 Jong, Oi 136 Jordan, Adrian 116 Jordan. Chad 348 Jordan, Daniel 125. 363 Jordan, Jason 105, 281 Jordan, John 125, 355 Jordan, Kim 198 Jordan, Leigh 263 Jordan, Michael 299 Jordan, Mitchel 303 Jordan. Tamela 105 Jordan, Tara 105 Joseph. Connie 136 Joyner. Clay 277 Jue, Debbie 149. 348. 360 Juergens. Dr John 226, 361 Juhe, Robbins 108 Jung. ManKil 354 Jung. PyeongSoo 354 Justice, Bradley 125 394 INDEX Kadlec, Ellen 136, 217 Kadlec, Matt 368 Kadlec, Matthew 1 44 Kadlecek, Kelli 329 Kafka, Scott 299 Kafouros. Antonia 220 Kafouros, Antonis I 36 Kahlstorf. Eric 303 Kahlstorf, Erik 223, 363, 370 Kakales, Libbie 215 Kalka, Sheila 136, 213, 215, 217, 218, 219 Kane, Crystal 376 Kang, Chong-Yee 136 Kang, Cheng Yee 213, 218 Kappa Alpha 284, 285 Kappa Alpha Theta 260, 26 1 Kappa Delta 262, 263 Kappa Kappa Gamma 264, 265 Kappa Sigma 286, 287 Karliner, Randy 161 Katzenmeyer, William 1 36 Kauerz. Chris 299 Kaul, Namrata 1 44 Kavanoor. Venkatesan 213 Kaw, Kok 125, 218 Kaye, Jake 277 Keams. Nina 218 Kee, Chew Gan 354 Kee, Mak Wei 354 Kee, Mar Wei 354 Keene, Chris , 307 Keesbury, Jill 224 Keeton, Tommy 218 Keith, Amanda 1 16, 221, 228 Keith, John 221 Keller, Kitty 369 Keller, Roger 136,303,357 Kelley, Shannon 116 Kelley, Vicki 1 36 Kellum, Kerrolyn 116 Kellum, Marlaina 105 Kellum, Neely 147, 348, 361 Kellum, Patnck 277 Kellum, Shane 299 Kelly, Anita 136 Kelly, Chris 299 Kelly, Jennifer 218 Kelly, Pope 299 Kelly, Raymond 355 Kelly, Roy 136 Kelly, Shannon 221, 228 Kelly, Vicki 322 Kemm, Michelle 116, 217, 228 Kemp, Dan 346, 373 Kemp, Daniel 116 Kendall, Chnstopher 105 Kendrick, Billy 299 Kendrick, Ken 362 Kennedy, Bob 222, 281 Kennedy, John 373 Kennedy, Pat 277 Kennedy, Tanya 116 Kennedy, Tonya 198 Kenney, John 329 Kennmgton, Ehzabeth 1 16, 221, 228 Kennington, Katie 217, 222, 329 Ker, Chyn 136,213 Keras, Poppy 105, 263 Kerbow, Amy 1 94 Kersh, Joyce 144 Kettelhack. Simone 105 Key, Sarah 105 Keys. Lynette 271 Khan, Abu 105 Khan, Muhammed 105 Khan, Muhammad 125, 221 Khayat, Robert 221, 222 Kheng, Tan Lip 354 Khoo, Chin 116 Khoo, Karen 375 Khoon, Lee Yong 354 Kian, Tan See 354 Kiat, Teh Meng 354 Kidd, Mark 23 Kidd, Mary A 342 Kihara, Miki 136 Killebrew, Jennifer 125 Killeen, Dana 1 96 Killegrew, Mehssa 362 Kilpatnck, Kara 148, 348 Kilpatnck. Tommie 116, 273 Kim, DaeRyoung 354 Kim, Jang 144 Kim, JangWoo 354 Kim, John 105 Kim, Nam Youn 354 Kimberly, Robertson 108 Kimble, Veronica 327 Kimbrough, John 125 Kmard. John 303, 349 Kincaid, Jeccisa 136 King, Billy 149, 348, 361 King, Chris 373 King, Colleen 352 King, Ehzabeth 125 King, Jason 307 King, Jeffery 151, 348 King, Karen 136 King, Leone D 23, 367 King, Michelle 362 King, Randy 277 King, Renee 361 King, Robert 136 King, Stacy 125 King, Susan 147, 348 King, Thomas 330 King, Wayne 355 Kingery, William 23 Kinkade, Keith 136,277 Kinkade, Kevin 277, 363 Kinney, Rebecca 116 Kiong, Lim Soon 354 Kirk, Wendy 136 Kirkendall, Patnck 105 Kirkland. Jeremy 116,222,228,281 Kirkpatnck. David 307 Kitchens. Chnstopher 136 Kitchens, Jimmy 303 Kitchens, Laura 125 Kitthtz, Rolf 373 Klepzig, Angela 148 Klepzig, Mike 348, 361 Kloha, Carole 125,215,342 Klotz, Melinda 125, 218, 327 KJoud. Sarah 105 Klutz, Melinda 329 Knie, Samantha 151, 213, 361 Knight, Amanda 225, 355 Knight, Elvin 148, 361 Knight, Stephanie 125 Knohn. Glenn 370 Knoll. Matthew 299 Knotts. Kacey 263, 362 Knox, Eric 277 Knox, Paula 148 Knox, Sonya 116 Kg, Lung 221 Kobila, Kristine 136 Koelliker, Chris 307 Koh, Chee 116 Koh, Liang-Soon 358 Koh, Liang 136.213 Kohn. Jemiaine 367 Kok. Chua Goeh 354 Konecny. J ' Anne 136, 375 Kong, Alice 354 Kong, Sien 125 Kooshian, Came 228, 329 Kooshian, Kelly 329 Kopf, Patncia 221, 222, 228 Kopf Tricia 217 Kom, Henry 125 Kotouc, Amy 116,221,228 Kponvi, Ami 105 Kramer, Angela 116 Kraus, Ann 125, 329 Kraus, Bonnie 23 Kneser, Lisa 116,341 Krishnan, Maheshkumar 144 Kronse, Kelly 327 Krouse, Kelly 350 Kruger, Holley 263, 327 Kruger, Holly 327, 329 Kua, Alex 354 Kua, Chin 136 Kubista, Chrislion 293 Kubista, Christian 116, 346 Kuhn, Katherine ' 135 Kullman, Colby 219 Kumar, Sujit 144 Kushlan. James 24 Kuykendall. Bradley 135 Kwak, Youngsik 144, 354 Kwang, Lee Eng ' 354 Kyger, Jennifer 1 36, 364, 375 Labadi, Mohannad 227 Labrot, Paula 135 Lacey, Andrew 303 Lacey, Tara 22i, 228 Lackie, Kevin 357 Lacy, April 105 Ladd, David 105 Ladd, Lori 136,226,358 Ladd, Rebecca 105 Udner, Hope 1 1 6, 22 1 , 225, 228, 350, 372 Lafaver, Andrej 105 Lafayette, Leigh 138 Lafont, Lance 105, 299 Lagarde. James 293 Lagerda, Danielle 125, 213, 2i7, 218 Lai, Jung-Chi 144 Lail. Brandon 136, 349 Lalonde, Chuck 307 Lam, Ming Hung 213 Lam, Yee Po 354 Lamb, Laura 136 Phi Beta Lambda 225 Lambert, Angle 116 Lampley, Chns 187 Lampton, Jane 218 Lan, Ya-Chin 145 Lancaste, Nina 136 Lancaster, Dwight 363 Lancaster, Ehzabeth 348 Lancaster, Ehzabeht 148 Lancaster, Nina 218, 374 Lancaster, Stacy 226 Lancles, Jacqueline 218 Landers, Allison 329 Landgren, Brett 327 Landrum, Steve 348 Landrum, Steven 149, 361 Landry, Julie 116 Lane, Chris 116 Lane, David 226 Lane, Gray 307 Lane, Jeannie 194 Lane, Katie 263 Langston, Kim 374 Langston, Kimberiy 136, 218 Lankford. Malone 322 Lantnp. Cathy 330 Lantrip. Mary 213. 218 Laplante. Ryan 105, 307 Lasota, Christy 145 Laster, Lee 105 Laster. Salley 263, 329 Latham, Thomas 136 Lauttamus, John 307 Lavender. Kaky 273, 353 Lavender, Laura 105 Lavers, Sarah 105, 329 Law, Meng 136 Lay, Lisa 136,226,324 Layne, Mike 346 Layton, Bob 307 Lazenby, Jonathan 125 Le, Lim Moo 354 Leake, Bob 303 Leasy, Barabbas 105, 373 Leath, Lani 225, 373 Leathers, Nat 303 Leavell, Laura 116 Leavy, Montray 136.235,289,367 Leblanc, Marci 105 Ledbetler, Cathryn 1 16, 228 Lee, Bryon 363 Lee, Clancy 116 Lee, Dedrick 373 Lee, Deste 105 Lee, Hong 137 Lee, Hoo Slew 354 Lee, How-Ong 116 Lee, Hyo 145 Lee, Hyo Young 354 Lee, Jong Oi 354 Ue, Kwai-Weng 137,213,218 Lee. Laura 148 Lee, Learn- Wee , 218 Lee, Lee Swee 218 Lee, Mark 151,348 Lee, Sammy 148, 235. 361 Lee, See 137 Lee, SeungKoo 354 Lee, Seung-Koo 105 Lee, Soo 105 Lee, Soo Young 354 Lee, Stephen 1 1 6, 303 Lee, Suk Yee 218 Lee, Swee 137 Lee, Swee-lee 363 Lee, Tai Woon 354 Lee, Teck 137,227 Lee, Terry 116,351 Lee, Thad 303 Lee, Thomas 137 Lee, Todd 149, 348, 361 Lee, Tony 354 Lee. Tracie 218 Lee. Yong-Khoon 145 Leeth. Sharon 125 umer. Chelle 329 Lcfoldt, Lisa 329, 358 LefoU, Lisa 116 Legg, Amanda 125 .nil " ) iH l l .liPlBli .Hi Paul ..JiTiQ] .-■ ' . imW " " I i|.W [ jm. I iBt I « ' a|i JUaCwSn -Cta ib-Wa -ii Jite ■■ai,A«ta i?l i m is, ffl: , «:- egg. Amv 329 -eggc. Bill 105 -eggell. Brandi 125 ILeggfii. Lcssie 105, 263, 329 Leggelt. Meredith 273 Lehman. Trent 299 Lehman. Wendy 116, 263. 329 Leigh. Jamison 303 LeJeune. Joel 137 Lemmons, Deborah 137 Lemoine. Rusty 299 Lemons. Jared 277 Lenderman, Jesse 125 Leng, Ho May 354 Lenoir. Frank 137, 196, 289. 367 Leon, Leo 277 Leonard. John 307 Leong. Chee 125 Uong. Kok 137,213 Leong. Loh Yew 354 Leong. Wai 137 Leong. ' eo Sim 354 Leopold. Boomer 303. 374 Leopold. Chnstopher Michael 213, 236 Leopold. Kelli 116 Lepore. GeraJd 228 Lester. Catherine ,,. 137,213,218,220,235, 364, 374 Lester. Erin 116, 273 LeSueur. Reggie 367 Lesueur, Reginald , 105 Lesueur. Ronald 105, 367 Leung. Bo " 137 Le ' i. Mary 105 Lewis. Brendon 307 L wis. Carleen 105 Lewis, Melissa 213 Lewis. Patnck 329 Lewis. Paul 148, 226, 361 Lewis. Tim 148.361 Lewis. Warren 149, 361 L£wis. Wendy Michelle 375 Ley. David 116,221,293 Lhamon, Michelle 224 Li. He 145 Li. Weiqi 145 Li, Van 145,213 Li, Yuanya 145 Liao. Qing 137 Lightsay. Chesley 327 Lightsey. Chesley 329 Ligon. . llen 215 Ligon. Thomas 137, 213, 219, 223, 236 Lett, Leslie Lott, Tyler Lotterhos, Teresa Lou. Lisa Louis. Renae . ... 105 . .. 137 105, 329 148, 226 105 116 213 354 354 213 354 213,354 137 354 Lim, Chee-Kek Lim. Hock Wah Lim. Jimmy Lim. John Lim. Reng How Lim, Lee Hong . Lim. Mabel Lim. Moo Lim. Paul Lim. Pay 137,213, 218 Lim, Seng-Gvan 221 Lim. Seng-Guan 137, 213, 218 Lim. Siau-Huey 137 Lim. Sin 145 Lim. Soon 137 Lim. Yuk-Kuan 137 Lindgren. Diane 105 Lindley. Liza 263, 318 Lindley. Stephanie 213 Lindsey. Jennifer 137 Lindsey. Tracy 273 Ling. Pang Lee 354 Ling, Tan Puei 354 LingTan. Puei 218 Lipe, Angela 105 Lipe. .Angle 3.318.319 Lippincolt. Victona 137,223 Lipsleuer. Brad 299 Listenbee. James .125 Littlefield, Leigh 362 Littleton. Goeffrey 279 Liu. Chan 105 Liu, Hui-Chun 137 Liu, Li-Wen 145 Liu. Su 145 Liu. Yongqing 145 Livingston. Amy , . . 223, 327, 329, 352, 364 Livingston. Ricky 125 Liyoung, Yiet 111 Lizana, Jesse 329 Lloys. Cindy 375 Loccisano, Andrea 105 Locke, Chris 277, 326 Locke, James 125 Lockett, Marlene 218 Lockhart, John 137 Lockhart. Rusty 217, 330 Loden, Kelby 116 Loe, Leah 151, 360 Lofton, Tara 137, 213 Logan, Dameion 346 Logan, Inda 352 Logan, John 36i, 369 Logan, Lisa 116,223,358 Loh, Yew 137 Lohrbach. Jonathan 125 Lok, Wai 137 Loke. Sen Wei 218 Loke. Sen-Wei ' ' 125 Long, Chad 303 Long, Jennifer 137, 213, 215, 218, 219, 220, 223. 236 Long, Laurie 198,218 Long. Long 125 Long. Martha 228 Long. Mimi 352 Long. Nicole li7, 221,228 Long, Samuel 221 Long, Scott 145, 226. 236 Loong, Ctun Yuin 354 Loong, Liong Yew 354 Loposser. Chns 224 Lord, Betty I37 Lord, Juha I37 Lord, Julie 218, 223, 236. 263 Lorenlz. Ashley 105 Losordo. Donald 137,213,218 Lott. Brad 299 Lott, Lee 148 Loupe. Thomas 117 Love, Clark 217, 222 Love, John 1 37, 22 1 Love. Leigh 105 LoveU. Milton 105, 281, 329. 330, 358 Lovett, Heather 3. 318. 319 Low. G 125.218 Low, Rosalind 137, 352 Low, Suzanne 358 Lowah, Michael 277 Lowe, Charlotte 106 Lowe, Lissa 137, 196 Lowrey, Michael 162 Loyd. Brooke 125, 273 Lozano. Nicasio 227 Lu. Lee 137 Lu, Long-Chuan 145 Luber. Byron 370 Lublanezki. Nancy 226 Lucas, Amanda 137 Lucas. Chris 279 Lucas. Christopher 106 Lucas, Leeanne 137 Lucas, Leigh , 81,137,214,215,219,223, 236 Luckett. Cratin 303 Luhtanen, Juha 137 Luke, Gretchen 329 Lusk, Tracy 227 Luster. De 1 94 Luvene. James W 19 Lyle, Penni 117 Lyles. Roger K 24 Lynch. John 224 Lynch. Lyn 106 Lyon, Jackie 217, 363 Lyon, Jacqueline 1 37. 358 Ma, Chi-Nang 145 Ma, Tina i06 Mabus, Teresa 137 MacDougal, Scott ... 277 MacDougall, Scott 358 Macintosh, Stephanie 151 Maclnlyre, Theresa 350 Mackey, Clark 228 MacLaunn, Chris 348 Maczuga, Robert 299 Madden. John 307 Madhusudhan. Galappa 145 Madugula. Amarendra 213 Magee, Janice 148 Magee, Marsha 137 Magee. Sherry 125 Maggie, Elizabeth 148 Magie, Tara 367 Mahler. Greg 24 Mahone, Jason 195 Main. Meredith 329 Major, Bnan 106, 367 Majorski, Melissa 226 Majovski, MeUssa 218, 374 Mak, Wai 145 Maley. , licia 218, 263 Mallela, Jaganneth 227 Mallette, James 218 Malone. Jennifer 273 Malone. Nickie 106 Malone. Phil 363 Malone. Scott 117, 359 Malone, Stephanie 125 Malone. Suzanne ... 137,214,215,223,236. 330, 364 Malouf, Melissa 125, 352 Mandas, Mark 299 Manders, Cassie 377 Maness. Denise 137, 208, 215, 219 223 236, 263, 328. 329. 349, 363, 364 Mangum, Elizabeth 125. 353 Maniece. Robert 145 Mann, Deletha . 106 Manning, Tracy 355 Mannix. B J 319 Manns. Georgeanna 106 Manuel. B B 175 Mar, Han 137 Mar. Han-Cheng 358 Marinescu, Bogdan 137 Marion. Peggy 125, 225 Manon. Rob 368 Marion. Robert Wayne 236 Mark, Melanie 327 Marks. Anne 125 Marks. Louise 125 Maroon. Diana 1O6 Maroon. Diane 198 Marsh, Elizabeth 218 Marsh, Meredith 125,263,327,358 Marshall. Susan 151, 360 Martin. Bradley 117 Martin, Brenda 218 Martin, Charles 318 Martin. Deana 358 Martin. Delphine 226, 370 Martin. Jennifer 117 Martin. Jonathon 349 Martin. Josephine 24 Martin. Kalhryn 329 Martin, Laura 218 Martin. Mandy 137,213.215,223.329,330, 364 Martin. Michael 137, 218, 374 Martin. Patricia 358 Martin. Rhonda 329 Marx, Brian 213 Mashbum. Barbara 213 Mask. Reed 106 Mason, Brad 327 Mason. Dick 106 Massengale. Amy 117 Massengill, Karen 218 Massengill, Rob 303 Massengill. Robb 218 Massengill, Robert 125 Massey, Amy 137, 263. 327. 329 Massey, David 299 Massey. Lee 224. 327 Massey. Lyndel 137. 349 Massey. Stacy 117. 329 Masters. Scott ' 322 Matheny, Sabra 106 Mathews, Dan 330 Mathis. Shelly 148, 348 Mathis, Tara 221 228 Mathis, Tonya 149] 348 Matthews. Jason ' 137 Mattiace, Jason 303 Mattingly. Jennifer 218 Mattox. Tern 348 Mauney, Wendy 125. 198 Maxcy, Al 353 Maxcy, Allyn 137 Maxwell, Sharon 377 May, Diana 137 May. Margaret 106 May, Matthew 1 38 May, McDaniel 363 May, Robert 277 May, Scott 277 May, Tracy 359 Mayfield, Janna 106 Mayfield, Laura 138. 223 Mayfield, Terry 357 Mayo, Kim 215, 223 Mayo. Kimberly 213, 218, 220. 236. 374 Mazzeferro. Gregory 303 McAUistor. Mary Ellen 342 McAlpin, Garrett 223 McArthur, Jim 303 McArthur. Mandi 106 McArtor. Steve 303 McAuley. Scott 213, 369 McBonald. Mark 277 McBride, Jana 326. 328 McCaa. Gayle 218 McCaffrey. David 213 McCain, Freyia 224 McCain. Freyja 138 McCall, Brent 359 McCalop, Mathew 117 McCalop, Matthew 117 McCarthy, Shauna 151. 348. 360 McCartney. Malt 277 McCarver. Jennifer 106 McCaughan. Danny 148, 361 McCauley, John 372 McCay, Brent 106 McCay. Lisa 106 McChesney, James 361 McChesney, Jim 226 McChesney, Margaret 148 McChesney, Meg 226, 237. 361 McClain, Veronica 138 McClean. Matt 279 McClure. Lora 213 McClure, Randi 1 38. 2 1 7, 329. 330 McColl, Mollie 228 McCollum, Allyson 213,320 McCollum. Beth 106 McComb. Ashley 2 1 8 McConnell, Germain 106, 342 McConnell. Jason 277 McConnell. Michael 228 McConnell, Natalie 138, 217. 330 McCool. Mollie 221 McCorkle, Tiffany 138 McCorkle. Tisha 106 McCormack, Jessica 327 McCormack, Patrice . 117 McCoy. Matthew 277 McCoy, Robert 281, 327, 359. 373 McCready, Neal 375 McCready. Ryan 277 McCrory, Jennifer 125 McDaniel. Angela 198 McDan iel, Kirsten 106 McDaniel. Laurie 149 McDaniel, Ronnie 138 McDaniel. Scott 106. 277 McDavitt. Susan 138, 226, 364 McDonald. Jeanette 361 McDonald. Jennifer 218 McDonald, R M 277, 363 McDonnell, Alison 263 McDonough, WilUam 117 McElreath. David 217, 221, 228 McElroy, Nicole 138 McElroy, Nikki 263 McEwen. Heather 106 McFulIs. Chff 277 McGaughy. Charles 363 McGaughy, Rosie 223 McGee, Kelly 263. 329 McGee, Laune 263 McGee, Melissa 138. 330 McGee. Philip 352 McGeehee. Camille 138 McGeehee. JerriU 106 McGenee. Leigh 329 McGowan, David 367 McGowin, Joseph 125, 217 McGowin, Rosemary 263 McGreger, Pamela 138 McGregor. Cindy 218, 377 McGregor. Paula 117. 377 McGregor. Thomas " Trey " 342 McGregor, Trey 299 McGriff, Trey 303 McGuire, Cathy 361 McGuire. Layne 225 McGuirt. Sharon 125 McHaney. Beth 138, 318 Mcllhenny. Cassie 263. 327 Mclnnis, Win 299 Mcintosh, Jennifer 106. 358 Mcintosh, Shawn 148, 348 Mcintosh, Stephanie 263 McJunkins, Earns 138, 374 McKay. Kevin 106,213 McKay, Lara 126, 273 McKay, Steven 151, 348 McKay, Tara 117 353 McKell. William ' I38 McKellar. Rosy 376 McKellop, Sara 329 McKenzie, Mary Moore 318 McKeogh. Cambell 277 McKey, Candace 106, 329 McKJnney, Anne 145 ' . 215 McKinney, Ashley , 330 McKinney, Carole Anne 237 McKinney. John 1 45 McKissack, Clay 293 McKissick. Leigh ., 138,208,237,364,377 McKittnck. Hope 196 McKnight, Eleanor 138, 207 McKnight. Elenor 218 McKnight, Leigh 215, 328. 330. 358 McLaughlin, Alvin 126,326,367 McLaughhn. Cambell 277 McLaughlin, Edward 224 McLauren, Chnstopher 361 McLaunn, Chnstopher 149 McLaurin, Chris 40 McLean. David 303 McLemore, Holly 1O6 McLemore. Leanna 138, 213 McLeod. Brendon 221 McLeod, Kevin 117 McMaster. Amy 149, 348 McMillan. Beulah 138 McMillan, Claire . . 377 McMiIlon, Anthony . 117 McMurry, Thomasina , 145 McNabb, Corley 329 McNair, Jason 138, 303 McNair. Kenneth ' 117 McNair, Sabnna 175 McNeer, Edward 106 McNees, Mehssa 126, 273 McNight, Eleanor 219, 237 McNight. Leigh 219, 223 McQueen, John 303 McRae. Melanie 328 McRae. Rebecca 221, 228 McRae, William 221, 222 McRaney, Robert 126 McRaney. Todd 126 McRay, Melanie 126 McWhorter. Ehzabeth 126 McWhorter. Roger 106 McWilliams, Cathy 226 McWilliams, Mary 138 Meaders, Kennedy 138 Meadowcroft. Charles 299 Meadows, Jamie 126, 329, 341 Meadows. Laura 117 Meadows. Leah 149, 213, 237. 360 Mean, Chin Wai 354 Means, Bnan 307 Medley. Jennifer 106 Meek. Dr Ed 24 Meek, John 126 Meitl, Joellen 273 352 Melear, H B 363 Melea r, KB 117,281,363 Mellenger. Michelle 213, 360 Mellinger. Michelle 149 Melton, Billy 126 Melton, Casey 117 Mellon, Daniel 151 Mellon, Floyd 126, 218, 374 Melton. Janet 138 Melton, Jennifer 149 Melton, Jenny 360 Mendona. Mandy 352 Mendoza, Mandy .... 117,217,221.222,228 Meng. Chew Foong 354 Meng. Huan 145 Menon, Sajeev 126, 221 Menon. Vijeev 1O6 Meredith, Ashley 117 Meredith. Bnan 117, 281, 318 Merideth, Philip 215 Merkel. Charles 221. 222, 228 Memewheather. Tonya 367 Mettler, David 145 Meyer, Angela 263, 329 Meyer, Jamison 117 Meyer, Jason 106 Meyer, Nicole 106 Micah, Walker HO Michael, John 322, 323 Michaels, Meg 221, 331 Michaels. Nina 228 Michelletti, Margaret 126 Middlecoff, Elizabeth 117 Middlescoff, Elizabeth 263 Middleton, Darren 126 Middleton, Lissa 228 Middleton, Susan 263 Miles. Brec 329 Miles, Brenda 221, 228 Miles, Jenny 106 Miller. Allison 117 Miller, Bradley 220 Miller. Charles 224, 349 MiDer. Diane Martin 19 Miller, Glenn ... 138,363,373 Miller, Gregory 106 MUler. Jay 358 Miller. Jeff 359 Miller, Jennifer 106, 217, 221, 222, 228 Miller, Joyce 213 Miller. Michelle 217, 218, 263 Miller. Mickie 138 Miller. Teri 1 48. 226 Miller, Van 303 Miller, Wendy 1 38, 209, 2 1 5, 2 1 7, 2 1 8, 2 1 9, 223, 237, 263. 326, 349, 364 Milhs, Tara 221, 228, 329 Milhs, Tim 151 Mills. Elizabeth 138 329 362 Mills, J P ' 19 Mims, Richard 126 Ming, Ho Kum 354 Ming, Tang Choong 354 INDEX 395 Mir. Tara 151,360 Misner, Sarah 224 Miichell. Elizabeth 126, 218 Mitchell, Graham 307 Mitchell, Kathryn 126 Mitchell, Katrina 106 Mitchell, Liza 263 Mitchell, Megan 331 MitcheU, Meghan 222, 228, 327, 330 Mitchell, Sarah 106 Mitchell, Traci 318 Mixon, Stephanie 368 Mize, Chad 329 Mize, Michelle 126, 329 Mkarshall, Markesia 367 Moates, Stephanie 106 Mobley, Lisa 353 Modden, John 226 Moeck, Bridget! 273 Moeck, Bndgel 353 MoellenhofT, Mark 106 Mogridge. James 138 Mohamed, Yassin 145 Mok, Mun 106, 359 Mokaddem, Asem 126 Mollick, Taufiqur 117 Moncnef, Michelle 106 Moniot, Leigh 318 Monoit, Leigh 350 Monroe, Jenny 327, 329 Monroe, Lanny 106 Monroe. Mai aret 221, 228 Montani, Laura 138, 273, 362 Montgomery, Elise 213, 218, 358 Montgomery, Jerry 193 Montgomery, John 303 Montgomery, Marian 326, 328, 330 Montgomery, Mignon 374 Montgomery, NataUe 221, 228, 352 Moody, Jessica 329 Moody, Rita 106 Moody, Sonia i48, 361 Moore, AJan 342 Moore, Albert 138 Moore, Alex 329 Moore, Belinda 126, 330 Moore, Catherine 126 Moore, Donald 126. 358 Moore, Elizabeth 106 Moore. Emily 117. 352 Moore. James 117 Moore, Jason 303 Moore, Jennifer 126 Moore. Jesse 346 Moore, Jessica 106 Moore. Joel 346 Moore, Latrice 117, 341. 376 Moore, Lisa 217, 221 Moore, Marcus 367 Moore, Rebecca 145 Moore, Sherry 213 Moore. Steve 307 Moore, Timothy 218 Moore, Yolanda 175 Moors, Elizabeth 213 Morais, Sandy 263, 329 Moreau, Jameson 106 Morehead, Amy 341 Morehead, Chris 357 Moreton, Derek 117, 307 Morgan, Amy ' 106 Morgan. Dolly 138 Morgan. Jackie 329 Morgan. Kristen 106, 263 Morgan, Mary 138 Morgan, Pamela 138, 377 Morgan. Rochelle ' 224 Morgan, Roechelle 126 Morgan, Stephanie 106 Moms. Cindy 329 Morris, Cynthia 1 06 Morris, Earl . 126 Morris, Gillian 106. 329 Moms, Heather 117 Morris. Jimmy 138, 358 Morris, Lee 329 Moms, M Jay i 17, 138, 364 Morris, Pat 307 Morrison, Cindy 327 Momson, Julie 222, 263 Morrison. Shara 213] 218 Momsson, Cathy ' 33 1 Morrow, Jamie 117 Morrow, Jolette 106 Morshita. Tomie 126 Mortar Board 219 Mortell. Carol 107 Mortimer, Virgmia 126 Mortland, Ryan 299 Mosely, David 373 Moses, Ashley 363 Moss, Charles 149 Moss, Debra 107 Moss. Donna 107 Moss. Steve 361 Mothershead, Patricia 218 Motley. Darenda 107 Mounce. Earnest 369 Mounger. Avery 329 Mounger. Caroline 126 Mounger. Elizabeth 349 Mroz. Jo 107 PHI MU 268 Mull. McKenna 127 Mullen, Gail 151,360 Mullen, GeofTrey 277 Muller, Christopher 117 MuUer, Chris 329 Mun. Leong Wai 354 Muniandy, Suppiah 2 1 8 Munir. Asif 1 1 7 Munster, Kourtney 218 Munel, Patncia 107 Murphrcc, Martin 329 Murphree, Melanie 1 1 7. 228 Murphy, Allen ' 358 Murphy, Brandon 307 Murphy, Donna 138, 213 396 INDEX Murphy, Jamie 303 Murphy, Katherine 107, 217 Murphy. Mary Lee 223, 330 Murphy, Thomas 138 Murphy, Will 303 Murrah, Kyle 213 Murray, Meredith 107, 263, 329 Muse. Carolyn 107 Myalt, Michelle 107 Myers, Derek 299 Myers. Kelly 107 Myers, Kristi 148, 226 Myracle. Paula 1 38 yy Nabors, Jason 117, 221. 224, 228 Nabors. Michael 133 Nabors. Mike 307, 349. 358, 363, 370 Nabors, Susan 117, 358 Nadlicki, Toni 218 Naftel, James 213 Naidu, Srimaraj 127 Nail, James .... 138.213,218,220,237,370 Nailen, Scott 299 Nan, Teh Tien 354 Naraghi. Hossem 1 38, 227 Nations, Donn 299 Nations, Margaret 117 Nations, Todd 370 Naugle, James 138 Neal, Alan 148, 361 Neal, David 343 Neal, Jada 107 Neal, Monroe 107 Neblett, Mary 145 Needier, Ellen 127, 273, 341 Neely. Jeff 367 Neely, JefTery 289 Neese, Susan 149, 348 Neil, Danielle 127, 263, 329, 358 Nelley, Sherridan 329 Nelly. Sherridan 107 Nelson, Celeste 190 Nelson, Lori 117.221,222,228 Nelson, Mary 107. 127 Nelson, Sara 127, 377 Nelson, Tarsha 327 Neo, Woon-Sing 133 Newbill, Todd 303 Newman, Dru 329 Neyman, Joseph 349 Ng, Gia Yann 213 Ng, John 354 Ng, Winson 354 Nguyen, Andre 217 Nichols, Craig 221 Nichols, James 24 Nichols. Micheal 228 Nichols, Nici 217, 342 Nichols, Tracy 148. 318 348 Nichols, Valerie 127 Nicholson, Carl Jr 19 Nicholson, Shannon 363 Niederscmidt, John 307 Nielsen, Wendy , , 341 Nigbor, Matt 277 Nimrod, Alison 145 Nimrod, Carol AUson 237 Nin, Ho Foo 354 Ning, Swee 138 Nix, Jay 375 Nix, Jerry 133 Nix, Kyoko in Nix. Van 293 Noah, Ginger I07, 329 Noah, Holly 107 ' 273 Noble, Dawn ' 1 07 Noble, Doug 363 Noble, Douglas 1 38 Noble, Mary 107 Noble. Noel 350 Nock. Susan 127 Nolan. Bruce 127 Nolling, Ryan 307 Noone, Suzy 263 Nored, Amy 138, 263, 329 Nored, Nancy 263 Norman. Andrew 293 Norman. Brian 349 Norrel, Teran 377 Norrell, Teran 377 Norris. Andy 293 Norris, Jay 277 Norris, Robert 221. 228 Norris, Sam 355] 373 Noms, Samuel 221, 228 Northcutt, Ann 361 Northcutt, Ramona 148, 348 Northern, Chris 299 Norton, Brad 133 Norton, Tiffany 138, 329 Norwood, Tresha 359 Noteware, Susan 107 Nowell, John 358 Nowell, Nici 358 Phi Gamma Nu 223 Null, Becky ' 36 1 Null. Rebecca i48. 348 Nystrom, David 221 O ' Keefe, Steve 293 O ' Mara, Patrick 22i, 228 O ' Mara, William 213, 219, 223 O ' Neal, Biian 325 O ' Neal, Kimsey 348, 367 O ' Quinn, Wendy Jane ' 348 O ' Shea, Kevin 299 Cakes, Arden 363 Oakes, Jamie 263 Odom, Heath 358 Ogden, Aimee 263 Ogden, Anne 107 Ogden, Vanessa 107, 198 Ogilvie, Alyson 107 Ohr, Rachel 225 Okoye, Steve 368 Olbricht, Renee 151,348,361 Olive, Fredrick 213 Oliver, Angela 107 Oliver, Ernest 24 Oliver, Tony 357 Olmstead, Holly 127 ALPHA TAU OMEGA 276 CHI OMEGA 254 Order of Omega 223 Omicron Delta Kappa 214, 215 Ong, Kah-Pheng Dominic 218 Ong, Lee How 354 Ong, Siew-Eng 127 Ong, Tee 138 Ooi, May 354 Ooi, Poh 138 Order of Omega 223 Orr, Kathryn 127 Orr, Michael 138, 223, 237, 349, 374 Orr, Micheal 219 Orr, Mike 215 Osborne, Alison 138, 223, 23 ' 7, 342 Osborne, Martha 107 Osborne, Michelle 127 Osborne, Scott 117, 346 Osten, Susan 107 Osumi, Tomoko 108 Oswald, Catherine 138 Oswalt, Jeffery 151 Otis, Katherine 148 Ott, Kari 303 Ousley, Corbin 299 Outlaw, Mary 138, 220, 363 Overstreet, Eric 221, 228, 307 Owen, Deanna 139 Owens, Lea 148 Owens, Matt 277 Owens, Patrick 363 Owens, Tammy 145 Owings, Aimee 263, 329 Owings, Elizabeth 358 O ' Brian, Conner 281 O ' Brien, Alicia 354 O ' Brien, Connor 145 O ' Brien, William 127 O ' Bryant, JJ 319 O ' Donnell, Dana ,.,, 117,221,222,228,329 Pace, Henry 361 Pace, Jennifer 218, 238, 358, 364 Pacetti, Vandy 1 39 Pack, Kenyatte , 117 Paganos, George 127,213,217,218,219 358 Page, Diane Ray 238 Page, Evelin 213 Pair, Chris 277 Palmer, Barbara 117 Palmer, Laura 117 Palmer, Tamara 117, 225 Palmertree, Teresa 1 39 Palmertree, William 117 Panda, Sanjay io8, 368 Pang, Lee 139 Pang, Michael 127, 213, 217, 224, 330 Pannell, Donald 139 Pannell, Joanna 139 Pannell, Russell 117 PaoUllo, Joseph 24 Parden, Allyson 139 Parham, Conny E 212 Parham, Jennifer 341 Parish, Mehssa 108 Parish, Richard 151 Park, YoungTaek 354 Park, YoungBae 354 Park, Young-Taek 145 Parker, Allison 376 Parker, Amber 139 Parker, Barbara 108 Parker, Beth 348 Parker, Candace 108 Parker, Christy 327, 329, 352 Parker, David 139. 217, 359 Parker, Dawn 273, 329 Parker, Deidre 263 Parker, Kerri 1 39, 273 Parker, Kristy 108 Parker, Leslie 139, 358, 363 Parker, Ronald 139 Parker, Shan 1 5 1 , 348 Parker, Wilda 148 Parkman, Janet 127, 224 Parks, Grace 127 Parks, Mary |27, 218 Parks, Michael Shawn 358 Parrish, Catherine 145 Parson, Kandy 139, 224, 349 Parvin, Elisha 108 Pasquale, Jennifer 108 Pate, Bradley 218 Pate, Pammie 127, 362 Patel, Chandresh 195 Patel, Nayan 117 Patel, Sangita 149,348,360 Paterson, Kevin 319 Paterson, Lydia 1 1 7, 228 Patrick, Kim 273, 353 Patrick, Kimberly 117 Patrick, Richard 307 Patrone, Tina 139 Patterson, Beth 108 Patterson, Kathy 263 Patterson, Keith 228 Patterson, Knsten 1 39, 349 Patterson, Lydia ' 221 Patton, Nancy 213 Paty, Dan 303 Paul, Rachelle 194, 343 Pavlou, Stehos ' 108 Paye, Layton , 277 Payne, George 127 Payne, James 24, 30 Peabody, Alex 357 Pearce, Jason 127, 279, 358 Pearson, John ' 303 Pearson, Lewis 148, 361 Peaster, Damero n 363 364 Peaster, Ebzabelh 139] 220 Pedigo, Scott 127 363 Peede, Jon 368 Peeples, Patricia , 127 Peet, Robert 224 Pegg, Mary 117,329 Pegrim, Lauren 1 39 Pegues, Cheryl 117 Pei, Wong Soo , 354 Peitz, Gretchen 151, 360 Pekarek, Milan ' 145 Pender, John 303 Pender, Kate 263, 329, 364 Pender, Kathryn 223 Pendergest, Amy 139 Peng, Lok Wai 354 Peng, Ser Siew 354 Pennebaker, Allyn 108 Pennington, Cass 19 Pennington, Chris 299 Pennington, Jonathon 303 Pennington, Jonathan 341 Perik, Bas 1O8 Perkins, Charlotte 1 1 7, 226 Perkins, Darron 139 Perkins, Jennifer 329 Perkins, Melissa |27 Perkins, Stacy 139, 218 Perkins, Todd 127 ' 303 Pen7, Melissa 139, 218, 352, 362 364 Perry, Michael 221 Perry, Ron 369 Perry, Shawn 307 Person, Ann 139, 213, 218, 2i9, 238 Person, Tucker 215, 319, 349 Person, Victoria 127 Persons, Victoria 375 Peter, Christy 108 Peters, Christy 127, 273 Peterson, Heath 196 Pettil, Denise 127 Petty, Peyton 352 Petty, Sharon 108 Peyronnin, Steven 307 Phan-, Cecily 263, 327, 329 Pharr, Natalie 1 27, 2 1 7, 22 1 , 222, 228, 3 1 8 319 Phelps, Patricia 108 Phi Alpha Theta 229 Phi Beta Sigma 288, 289 Phi Delta Theta 290, 291 Phi Eta Sigma 228 Phi Gamma Delta 292, 293 Phi Gamma Nu 223 Gamma Beta Phi 216 Phi Kappa Phi 212, 213 Phi Kappa Psi 294, 295 Phi Kappa Tau 296, 297 Phi Mu 268, 269 PI BETA PHI 266 Philips, Laura 360 Phillips. Adena 139 Phillips, Cambi 263 Phillips, Carol 263 Phillips, Catherine 108 Phillips, Courtney 118, 221, 228 Phillips, James 221, 228 Phillips, Jenny 263 Phillips, Kim 273, 318 Phillips, Laura 149 Phillips, Mary 149 Phillips, Michael 127 Phillips, Randy 346 Phillips, Terry 151 Phing, Tan Nee 354 ALPHA DELTA PI 248 ALPHA OMICRON PI 252 Pi Beta Phi 266, 267 Delta Sigma Pi 226 Pi Kappa Alpha 298, 299 Pi Sigma Alpha 224 Tau Beta Pi 227 Pickell, Karen 213, 217, 220, 374 Pickens, Amy 139, 225 Pickering, Brian 307 263 329 375 361 127 127 307 Picket, Dena Pickett, Dena Pickich, Amy Pickle, Roberi Jr Pieralisi, Jame . Pigues, Joel .... Pliant, Bryant . . Pimpton, Diane 127 Pinel, John 190 Piovarcy, John 196 Piovuey, John 277 Pique, Joely 375 Piquemal, Pascale 139, 193 Pitman, Bill 277 Pittman, Crymes 221, 228, 349 Pitlman. Jennifer 127 Pittman, Paulelte 139 Pittman, William 118 Pitts, Amanda 148, 226, 238, 361 Pitzer, Brad 118,221,222 Piya-Oui, Panita 145 Plaxico, Chuck 227 Plunkett, Jessie 108 Poe, Kimberly 218, 3S4 Poe, Kimm US Pogue, Ryan 303 Pollard, Enc 293 Ponder. Betty 217, 219 Ponder, Bill 221 Ponder, Elizabeth 127.218,219 Ponder, WUham 228 iaiCif) ■ v,Eii ,Pll .m., ilna ,31 Bill •aiJImlib •iSlltobiD ■AM mDiii Diiiii Ponthieux, Tricia 118 , Poolc, Ronnie 349 Poo ala. Sai 213 Pope. Allison 139. 210, 215. 218, 219, 223 238. 324. 352 Pope. Benjy 299 I Poppenheimer, Trey 299 Poner, Jefl " 151,348 , Porter. Patnck 303 j Poner. ' ancy 299 1 Posey. Columbus 24 ' Possey, Columbus 24 Pots, Emily 221 Potter. Lance 293, 329 Potter. Lawrence 127 , Potts. EmiJt 228 , Potts. Jennifer 218 . Potts. Shannon 348, 360 1 Pou, Glennie 118 Poularikas. Natasha 189 iPound. Jamie 222, 303 " Pound. Jamison 228 Pounds. Laura 140,358 Powell. Chasie 352, 376 Powell, Cindy 149, 348 Powell. Dana 127 Powell. Greg 217 Powell. James 140, 213 Powell. Lynn 218, 362 Powell. Preston 118 Powell, Shae 194 Power. William 1 90 Powers. John 140 Prather, Josh 277 Prather. Monica 363 Pratt. Denise 149, 348. 361 Pratt, Jim 375 Preston, Anne 127 Prewitt, Joseph 303 Prewitt. Virginia Lee 238 Price, Leslie 217. 221, 228, 364 Price, Rodney 358, 363 Price, Stacye 1 40 Price, Steve 281. 341 Price. Steven 1 40 Prince. Nancy 108 Pringle, Nicholette 367 Privett, Melissa 355 Proes. Elizabeth 224 Propes, Elizabeth 217, 22i, 228 Provence, Brenda 140, 358 Pruce, Stacye 362 Pruden, Bryan 218 PrudhomsaJ, Sam 318, 319 Pruitt, Edith ' 127 Pruitl, Holly 375 CHIPSI 280 Pu, Yangwei 108 Puckett, John 329 Pugh, Steven 140 Pulliam, Robert 213 Punfoy, Emily JOS. 329 Pumeli, Davis 127 Pumell. Greg 377 Purvis, Susan 362 Pusparijah, Shanmugam 354 SiJTi I Quaid, Amy 127, 263, 329 Quaka. Mary Tison 127, 329 Querin, Ashley 118 Quick. Gary 293 .. Quigley, Ed 346 lll-i ' Quigley. Edward 277 Quigley. Pat 277 Quinn. Angela 108 Quinn. Anna 213 Quinn. Billy 349 Quinn. Meredith 193 Quinn, Robin 108, 263 Quirk. Neil 127 Quon. David 140 •11 W- Rademacher. Kurt 221, 228 Rahaim, Tracy 362 Rainey. Lara 118 Raja, Shekharan 109 Rajendran. Veera 145 Ralston, Frances 213 Ramage, James 127 Ramalingam, Muralikrishnan 127, 354 Ramsey, David 140 ' 224 Ramsey, Leigh Ann ' 353 Ramu, Kumar 226, 238 Rana, Shahid 127 Randall, Shea 299 Randle, James 148, 361 Randle, Tracy 34 1] 362 Rankin, Alicia ' 352 Rao, Vadhmdran 213 Raper, Joey 140, 218 Raper, Kevin 108 Raseley. Davina 127 Rashedul, Sheikh 119 Rasica, Melko 140. 218 RatlifT. Cassandra 118 RallifT, Cavett 140 374 RatiifF. Edward 213, 220. 223! 238 RatlifT, Laura Love 108, 358 Rawonh, Malcom ' 363 Ray. Cindy 215.364,374 Ray. Courtney 118,273, 376 Ray, Cynthia 140, 218, 219. 220. 223, 238, 352 Ray, Matt 307 Ray. Trey 346 Raymond. Jerry 351 Rea. Barbara 263 Rea. Sara Catherine 263 Reardon. Thomas 24 Reaves. Stacey 140, iis, 238 Recouley. Charese 263 Redding. Chuck 299 Reddoch. Manon 22 J, 222, 228 Redeker. Terry 108 Redmond. David 196 Redmond. Jerry , 118,221,222.228,376 Reed, Bethany 118,221,228 Reed. Charles % Reed, Kendal 218. 263, 329 Reed. Med 293 Reed, Robin 140, 330 Reed, Shannan ' 374 Reed. Shannon 215, 220, 358 Reed, Tami IQS Reed, Tanya 108 Reed, Tara " Kendal " 239 Reed, Wendy ... 118, 196, 221, 228, 263, 329 Reed. Yvetle 376, 377 Reeves. Chris 151 Reeves. Wimberly 213, 360 Regan, Sara 108 Reid. Karen 140,213,218 Reid, Melissa 349 Reid, Missy -215,216,218,224,331,341 Reid, Rachel . 127, 216, 327, 331, 351 Reitman, David 145 Reliford, Kimberly 221 Relyea, Clint 303 Remy, Robert 228 Renberg, Christopher 108 Renfoe, Pam 223 Renfroe. Audra 140 Renfroe. Pam 370 Renfroe. Pamela 1 40 Replogle, Rebecca 108 Repult. Jimmy 299 Respess, Julie 127 Rester, Eddie 215, 218, 219, 277, 351 Rester, Thoams 213 223 Rester, Thomas 211,218,219 239 Reteguiz. Kim 355 Reuss, Ryan 307. 358 Reuter. Cynthia 108. 350 Revels, Kelly 329 Reynolds. Ashley 108 Reynolds, Jimmy 332 Rhoda, Sue 140 Rhoden, Thomas 299 Rhodes, Joan 127 Rhodes, Melanie 1 18 Rhodes, Patrick 127 Rhodes. William 221 Rhonda, Clara 213 Rhyne, Wendy 148, 361 Rial, Vicki 108 Rial, Vivki 213 Rice, Anthony 323 Rice, Emily ] j g Rice, Kimberiy 140 Rice, Kimberely 108 Rice, Melody 108 Rice. Michael 145 Rice, Penny 118,221,228 Rice, Susan-Lee 217 Rice, Susan 127 Richards, Bnan 108 Richards, Peter 277 Richardson. Angela 108 Richardson, Charlene 226 Richardson, Darby 303 Richardson. Dave 299 Richardson. Julie 118,221,228,327 Richardson, Todd 221, 228, 303 Richey. Melissa 140 Richey, Pamela 218 Richey, Vivian 213 Richmond, Casondra 358 Rickles, Sandra 149 Riddle, Nancy 341 Ridgeway, Brian 222 Ridgeway, Katie 329 Ries, Margaret % Rikard, Jennifer I27 Riles. Susan 148 Riley, Bethany HO, 377 Riley, Lola lOS] 358 Riley, Mike 307 Riley. Wesley 127 Ringo. Roger 357 Risher. Chnsty 127, 263, 329, 358 Risher. Laurie 151, 360 Ritter. Elaine ' 1O8 Rivers, Martin 140 Rizer. Nick 307 Robbins, Brett .217,277.325,328 Robbins. Elizabeth 149 Robbins, Lea Ann 360 Robbins, Spencer 140 Robbins, Teresa 140 Roberson, Brian , 215 Roberson, Joe 299 Roberson, Joseph 1 1 8 Roberts. Cassandra 1 18, 341 Roberts, Joshua 140, 358 Roberts. Kalhy 377 Roberts, Kenneth B 19, 40 Roberts. Martha 128 Roberts, Micah 213 Roberts, Michelle 118 Roberts, Rob 348 Roberts, Sara 118 Roberts, Sean 213 Roberts, Veronica 128 Robertson. Christopher 128 Robertson, Kim 362 Robertson, Lisa 128 Robin, Wallace no Robinson, Angie 108, 341 Robinson, Jay . . 299 Robinson, Jo Carol 221,228 Robinson, Kelli , , 128 Robinson, Michael 108, 367 Robinson, Rachael 128 Robinson, Rick 348. 361 Robison, Jo ' 330 Robison, Jo Carol 263 Roccapriore, Carla 118 Rocconi. Courtney 329 Rocconi, Rodney 128 Rockecharlie, Kevin 373 Rodemacher, Kurt 226 Rodgers. Renee 373 Rodriguez. Fernando 128 Rodriguez, Pereyra 128 Rodriguez. Jose 293 Rogers, Langston 20 Rogers, Laura i 28, 352 Rogers, Marcus 118. 228 Rogers. Mark 217, 221. 224] 330 Rogers. Perry 140,289 Rogers. Sims 215. 216, 218, 318. 330. 331, 341 Rogers, Todd 128, 363 Rogers. Wes 307 Rohm. Tracy 352 Rohner. Brian 353 Rohner, Mark 118,277 Rolling, Janice ' 108 Rolling, Karen 140, 217. 330, 374 Rollins, Kim 367 Rollins, Kimberiy % Romine, Stacy 108 Romines, Elizabeth 2(3, 217. 218 Rorie, Kim 329 353 Rone, Kimberiy ' 128 Rose, Charlie 128 Rose. Kristin 355 Rosebaum, Jana 128 Rosenbaum, Jana , , 213, 355 Rosenthal, Lynda 140.218,358 370 Rosenthal, William 108 Ross, Bobbie 148, 348 Ross, Carol 1O8 Ross, Cheryl 213 Ross, David 213 Ross, Ken 3 7 Ross. Kenneth iQS Ross. Leslie 140, 224. 349 Ross, Michael 277 Ross, Sarah 118 Ross, Silvanius Lynn 239 Ross, Stacey 140 Roten, Donald 128, 217 Rotenberry, John 128 Rouse, Clay 343 Roux, Jeff 151 Roux, Jeffery 149. 213 Roux. Jeffrey ' 223 Rowell, Amy 213, 359 Rowell, Brian ' 1 90 Rowland, Jamie 108 Rowland, Steve , 187 Rowley. Chnstopher 148. 361 Rowley, Teresa 151, 360 Roy. Nicole 108 Rozier, Carrie 108 Rucker, Lareeca 108 Rudd, Hope 119 Ruiz, Cynthia 217 Rushing, Robin 149 Rushing, Sidney L 19 Russ, Mary 219 Russ. Mery 213 Russ. Michael 303 Russ. Rodenck 221, 222, 228, 303. 330 Russ. William 1O8 Russell. Caria 377 Russell. Cassandra 148, 348 Russell. Chadwick 140 Russell. Doyle L 18 Russell. Formeka 149, 348, 360 Russell. Jami 108 Russell. Nath 281, 327 Russell. Sandy 226 Russell. Sans 24 Russell. Wendy 273 Rutherford, Eddie 151, 348 Rutherford, Reggie ' 226 Rutland, Emy 108 Rutledge, BufTie 358 Rutledge, Will 325 Ruxton, Alex 218 Rys, Richard 368 Sabapathy, Rajaram 213, 218 Sahadi, Whitney U9, 273 Sally. Sara Ho] 362 Samford, Lauren 108 Sample. Alhson 213 Sams, Joe 217 Sams, Joseph 218 Samuels. Bob 25 San, Tok San 354 Sanchez. Tiffany i40, 364 Sandage, Amy 362 Sanders. Billy 213 Sanders, Chnstopher 140 Sanders, Jason 128 Sanders, Mark 148. 226 Sanders. Marty 348 Sanders. Michael 140 Sanders. Suzanne 217 Sanderson, Brian 119,217,221,222,228, 277. 328, 342 Sandidge, Amy 140 Sandifer, Elizabeth 128 Sandridge, Layne 140 Sanford, Gordon 218 Sanford, Sandy 325 Sangameswaruni, KimtamaUa 227 Sappington, Holly 213 Sartin, John 128 Sartin, Scott , . 213,215,219.224.281,328. 364 Sartin, Vicki 149, 360 Sasser, Pamela 149 Satcher, Albert 148 Say, Peng 128.213 Sayle. Jennifer 128 Sayman. Jennifer 190 Scales. Christian 221 Scales, Joseph 228 Scanlon, Cissy ] ] 140 Scardino, Lynda ' ' 128 Schaefer, Paula 140, 318 Schiele, Tony ' 279 Schierle, Tiffany 228 Schmidt. Aimee 350 Schmidt, Julie 375 Schnierle, TifTany 119, 221, 358 Schonberg, Kristen 109 329 GRADUATE SCHOOL .... ' 34 LAW SCHOOL 36 Schroder, Natalie 218 Schroder, Ronald 218 SchrutT. Gregory 128 Schucker, Laura 128, 351 Schueth, Gail Elizabeth 109 329 Schultz, Amy ' 376 Scott, Bil 355 Scott, Bill 140 Scott, Brad 217 Scott, Edward . 119 Scott, Jeannie 225 Scott, John ' ' 140 Scott, Leann 318 Scott. Leslie 359 Scott, Ronald 128 Scott, Stacy 140 Scott. Tarry 140 Scott, William 140 Scroggins, Alhson 140, 358 Scroggins, Jason 213, 374 Scruggs, Helen 145 Scruggs. Zach 327 Scudi, Kina 128, 273, 353 Scurlock, Jay 322 Seago, Tina 128 Seagroves. Garth 318 Scale. Meredith ' 377 Seals. Katrenia 140 Sears, Robin 109 Sears, Todd 373 Searty, Sondis 109 Seawright, Skip 352 See, Ng Eng 354 Seemalter. Christy 217 Seematter, Christina U9 Sect, Wan 2% Segars. Leasha 128 Seiler, Vincienl 109, 358 Sekul, Jennifer 119, 217, 22l! 224 SeUers, Katie 3. 109, 318. 319 Senarath, Sharika 140, 227 Seng, Teoh Hock 354 Senter, Melissa t09 Senter, Ryan 303 Sepko. Bart 307 Ser. Siew 140 Sessums, Chris 303 Sessums, Christopher II9 Seuzeneau, David 277 Severance, Kim 119 Seward, John 363 Sewell, Donald 128 Sewell. Jeanna 148 Sewell, Lisa 109 Sexton, Graham 221, 222. 328 Sexton, Leslie 119.273, 353 Sexton, Meredith 109 Sexton, Robert 228 Seymour, Katina 128 Sha, Dezhi 145 Shackelford, Jennifer 109 Shackelford. Robert 140 Shacket. Alexandra 318 Shadbum, Jennilyn 218 Shah. Viren 359 Shakelford. Tonya 213 Shanks, Kristin . . 128 Shannon, Suzanne 109 Sharp. Jim 303 Sharpe, Tom 226 Shatzer, Chns 307 Shaw. Jean M 212 Shaw. Jennifer 225, 355 Shaw, Rachelle 149] 360 Shaw, Sandra 189 228 Shaw, Susan 150, 36! Shaw. Wayne 128, 217, 349 Shea. Ryan 277 Sheely. Bryan 303 ShelTield. David 128 Sheilds. Norma 213 Sheley, David 140 Sheley. Kimberiy 145 Shell, Philia 148 Shellabager. Sam 277 Shellabarger. John 140 Shellabarger, Rush 326 Shellaburger. Rush 277 Shelton, Stacy 109 Shen. Shu 145 Shen. Wen-Chieh 145 Shepard, Nolan 25 Shields. Dawne 109 Shields, Steven 151 Shing, Lou 128, 346 Shipley, David E 36 Shipman, Steve 194 Shipp, Cathenne 221.228 Shipp, Susan 263 Shockley, Alhson 128 Shoemake, Ann 221, 228 Shoemake. Ashley 329 Shoemake, Ashlye 217 Shoemaker, Megan 109 Sholtoh, John 277 Shong, Fook-Chemg 140 Short, Paige 140, 263 Short, Robert 140 Show, Jonathon 277 Showah, Jeffery 2 1 8, 220 Shows, Audra 1 28 Shows, Russ 164 Shu, Winson 354 Shull. Andy 303 INDEX 397 Shumpert, Krista 220, 349. 358, 363 Siiy. Sellers 323 Sicuro, Claude 109 Siddiqui, Idrees 368 Siddiqui, Idress 226 Sides, Rebecca 109 Sides, Scott 141, 358 Siebels, Emmet 303 Siefert, Richard 141 Siew, Hoi . . 141 Siggelkow, Valerie 119 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 300,301 Sigma Alpha Iota 230 Sigma Chi 302, 303 KAPPA SIGMA 286 Sigma, Lambda 222 Sigma Nu 304, 305 Sigma Phi Epsilon 306, 307 Tau Beta Sigma 225 Silket, Francis 128 Silveithom, Brandon 190 Sim, Chin 128 Simcox, David 141. 213, 215, 220, 239, 370 374 Simm, Kirk 119 Simmons, Casey HJ, 217, 218 Simmons, Eugene 218 Simmons. Matt 277 Simmons. Pamela 349 Simmons, Ryan 299 Simoes, Francisco 213 Simon, Ruth Allison 215, 219, 220 223 239, 327, 330, 349, 364 Simpson, Amanda 213, 218, 239, 263, 329 Simpson. Candice 119 Simpson, Collier 326 Simpson, Joey 128 Simpson, Thomas 109 Sims. Ashley 358, 375 Sims, Clint ' 218 Sims, Dentoo 1 50 Sims. Melissa 198 Sims. Stephanie 151, 348, 360 Sims, Steve 357 Sindelar, Arlene 213 Sindelar, Robert 226 Sing, Neo Woon 354 Singh, Harpinder 141, 218, 354 Singharay. Chinmay 145 Sirmon, Greg 307 Sisk, Amy 273 Sitaram, Krishna 145 Sittenfeld. Jennifer Elaine 375 Sivakumar, Ramachandramur 145 Skelton, Much 361 Skelton. Noelle 128 Skidmore. Robert 119 Skidmore, Shelly 329 Skinner, Patrick 109, 281, 329 Slansel, Manh , 215 Slattery, Kevin 35O Slay, Clayton 224 Sluder, Charlotte 141 Smallwood, Scott 119, 279 Smart, Greg ' 303 Smart, Sarah 263 Smillie. Troy 145, 369 Smith. Adrian 221, 228, ' 358 Smith, Alan 141 349 Smith, Alice 221, 263 329 Smith, Allen 215 363 Smith, Allie M 32, 109, 150, 226 360 Smith. Arrah 1 1 9 Smith. Becky 273 Smith, Brad 151, 307, 361 Smith, Bryant 151 Smith, Carter 119, 228 Smith, Christy ' 263 Smith, Christopher 128 Smith, Dana 150, 360 Smith, Daniel ' 141 Smith. Doug 303 Smith. Gary 119. 217. 22i, 228. 358 Smith, Giselle 342 Smith, Heather 119, 228 Smith. James 141, 224 346 Smith. Jana 360 Smith, Jay 277 Smith, Jerry 307 Smith, Jim 279, 358 Smith, Joel ' 329 Smith, John ' 128,299, 363 Smith. Katherine 141 Smith, Laurie 109, 263 Smith, Leslie ' 141 Smith. Liana 1 19 Smith, Pamela I45 Smith, Phihp ' 2I8 Smith, Phyllis [[ 128 Smith, Rachel 141 218 Smith, Randy ' 1 19 Smith, Rebecca 109 Smith, Reginals 367 Smith, Reginald 128, 289 Smith, Robbin 367 Smith, Roben 223 Smith, Sandra 141 Smith, Shellee ] 218 Smith. Shelley [ 119 Smith, Stacey ][[ 109 Smith, Stacy 273 Smith, Steven 221, 228 Smith, Susan 25 128 Smith, Todd 217 Smith, Tracy 109 Smith, Tyra ' ' 109 Smith, Wilboum 128 Smith, Will 299 Smith, William , iis, 218 Sraotherman, Elizabeth . ' 327 Snedeker, Eric 299 Snedeker, Stephen 141 Sneed, Don 25 Snipes, Donna 148, 348 Snook, John 319 Snow, Paul 141,226,358 Snowden. Robert 277 Snyder. Bryan ' ' ' " 109 Snyder, Nathan 373 Soboka, Elizabeth 109 Sobotka, Elizabeth 3 1 g Soljan, Deedee 109 Solomon, Michael 128 Solomon, Mike 281 Song, Qilal 145 Song, Samuel i28, 218. 358 Soon, Koh Liong 354 Soper, Christy 128 Sorrell, Leshe 109 Sorrells. Maureen 109 Sota. Cristy Lynn 215 Southerland, Thomas Wade 239 Sowell. Stacy 128 Spann, Kathenne 148 Spann, Kalhy 226, 348 Spann, Pnscilla Ml 358 Sparks, Stephen 141, 215, 239, 281, ' 328, 330,351, 363 Spearman. Stacy 277 Spears. Rebecca 128 Speighter, Allison 327 Speights, Allison Spence, Joseph Spence, Stewart Spencer, Bill Spencer, Dan Spencer. Michael Spencer, Monty Spencer, Regina Spencer, Rhonda 263. 329 .... 109 . . . 373 303 . , 109 141 358 128.218 271 398 INDEX Spiers, Alan 141 Spmosa, Tina 119 Spivey, Randall 353 Spratling, Pike 277 Sprenger, Valerie 193 Spriggs, Catherine 109 Springer, Michael 109 Sprmggs, Cathenne 273 Sproles. Jennifer 128 Sprouse, Barbara 263 Spurgeon, Steve 348 Spurgeon, Steven 150 Spuriell, Patnck 307 Srimaraj, Naidu 354 Snwongjanya, Sompop 109 Sriwongjanya, Yuttpong 109 Stabell. Christian 119, 279 Stamps, Elliot ' 109 Stanfield, Alva 228 Stanfield, David 109 Stanfill, Lucy 327, 329 Stanford. Kim isi, 343 ' 361 Stanford, Lynn 374 Stanford, Robert ]28 Stanley, Rachel 109, 263, 329 Stanphill, Andrea 141,218 Stanphill, Chris 373 Stansel, Martha hi Stansfield, David 355, 373 Stanton, Gwen 217 Stanton, Toler 303 Stapleton, Lashunya 141 Stapleton. Laura 145 Stark, Paula .213 Stames, Amy 213 Starr, Stephanie 150. 348 Staten, Andy 319 Staten, Douglas 143 Staten. Wynn 343 Steams. Robert 221,222,228 299 Stec, Leigh 362 Stechmann, Cynthia I4i Steele, Keith 227 Steen, Ashley 119 Steen, Shane 119 Stegall, Donald 141 Stephen, Amanda 128 Stephens, Amanda 352 Stephens. Amy 217, 358 Stephens. Bryan ' 227 Stephens, Carolyn 141 Stephens, Cricket 217, 221, 222, 352 Stephens. Earnest 141 Stephens, Joe Sam 346 Stephens, Nora , 119,228 Stephens, Penny ' 129 Stephens, Rogers 141 Stephenson, Bobby 221 Stephenson, Chris 303 Stevenson, Bobby 281 Steward. Jennifer 119, 273, 318, 353 Steward, Natalie 329 Stewart, Baker 129,213,218,330 Stewart, Brad 109 Stewart, Chad 151, 348 Stewart, FeUcia ' 348 Stewart, Joseph 349 Stewart, Kimberly 129 Stewart, Michael H 25. 119, 221, 228 Stewart, Roseanne 141 Stidham, Ten 119, 329 Still, Caroline 198 329 Stines, Andrew ' 1 29 Slinson, Rex 307 Stockett, Jonathon 303 Stokes, Barry . ' 277 Stokes, Leah 129 Stokes. Robert 217, 221, 222. 228, 277 Stokes, Traci 226 Stoltz. David 213 Slomsky. Christopher 109 Stone, Jon 141 2I8 Stone, Kempton ' 129 Stone, Steve 293 Stone, Steven 228 Stone. Tina ' . ' ' 4 . 220, 374 Storey, Cynthia 141 Storey. Sharlene 218 Stork, Amy i 19, 221.228 Sloud, Philip 349 Strazi, Michael 277 Street, Anne I29 Streete. Lara [ 2I8 Strevel, Jacob 129 Slnbling, Regan . " ' ' ' iis, 226 Strickland. Vallery 109 Stringer, Gwen [[ 360 Stringer, Gwendolyn 150 Striplin, Amy 141 Strombeck, Steve 368 Strong, David 141 Strong, Jason 329 Stroud, Matt 224. 326, 327 Stroud, Philip 303, 327 Stuckey, Mary 219 Suckow, David 141 Suhor. Scott 148, 213, 226, 361 Sukanek, Peter 25 SuUivan, John 357 Sullivan, Kathryn 109 Sullivan. Michael 349 Sullivan. Sean 217 SuUivan, Vic 279 Sulser. Kristen 369 Suman, Mary 119.217,221,228.273 Summers, Jenny 263 Summers, Kent 226 Summers, Lee 129, 329 Sumner, Stephanie ' 362 Sumrall, David 307 Sumrall, Marty 375 Sumrall, Mary . 375 Sumrall. Melanie 141 Sumrall, Shannon 119, 349 Sumrall, Tara ' 129 Sun, Yongzhoa 145 Sundberg, Jemufer 213, 219 Suppiah, Jeya 145, 22? ' 368 Suppiah, Jeyakumar 354 Suppiah, Muniandy 354 Supple, Jennifer 119, 228 Suratt, Tempe ' 376 Sutton, Kathiyn 141, 329, 377 Swalon, Trey ' 327 Swanson. Stacey 141 Swatzell, Scott 141, 227 Swee. Gay ' 141 Swee, William 319 Sweet. Mike 329 Swenson, Elizabeth 119, 221, 228 Swetland, Melissa 217, 221, 228, 325 Swindall, Lawrence ' 289 SwindoU, Courtney 109 Swords, Holly 329 Sykes, Rus 303 Symons, Susan 217 CT y Tai, Woon ]4i Talbot, Daddy Mac 141 Talmadge, Kristen 329 Tamboli, Kari 273 Tan, Chi 129 Tan, Donald 129, 221, 358 Tan, Hock 129 Tan, Lip 141 Tan, Nee 141, 358 Tan, Puei 141 Tan, See 141 Tan, Sek-Gee 220 Tan, Sekgee i4i, 2I8 Tang, Albert 354 Tang, Choong 141 Tang, Wai 141.213,220,350 Tanner, Lorrie 374 Tanzillo, Scott 349 Tapp, Laura i 50, 360 Tate. Pamela 141 Tatum, Stacie 353 Tavlin, Robert 368 Taylor, Alycia 141 Taylor. Bnnkley 289 Taylor. CecUia 221,222,263 Taylor, Chns 277 Taylor, Dow 1 90, 303 Taylor, Eric 141 Taylor, Jennifer 109,151.360 Taylor. Keith i09 Taylor, Kimberiy 218 Taylor, Lisa 119, 221. 228 Taylor, Mary 228 Taylor, Pamela 141 Taylor, Tammy 367 Taylor, Wonda 148 Teasley, Gary 361 Teck, Lim Pee 354 Teck, Tee keng 354 Tedford, Hope 148. 226, 361 Tee. Keng 119 Teh, Meng 141 Teh. Tien 129 Teoh. Hock HI, 213, 218 Terral, Wanda 225, 355, 368, 372 Terrell, John 299 Terry, Amy 119, 221, 228, 355, 358 Terry, Patricia 213 Teu, Philip 358 Tew, Philip [[ ' i42, 213 Tew. Phillip 220 Tew, Philop Lee 218 Thadkamalla, Ganesh 109 Thallemer, Renee 196 Tham, Min 129 Thames. Mary 129 Tharp, Margaret 129, 2i3, 218 KAPPA ALPHA THETA 260 Thieng, Tan Siok 354 Thigpen, Van 281 Thin, Vow Yoke 354 Thomas, Ben 221. 228 Thomas. Darryl 119, 289] 367 Thomas, Daryl 303 Thomas, Deann 263 Thomas, Evelyn 109 Thomas. James 363 Thomas. Jim 145, 357, 367 Thomas, Melinda Hg Thomas. MeUssa 119, 228 Thomas. Shirley ' 109 Thomas. Steve 277 Thomas, Tracy 129 Thompson. Christopher 2I8 Thompson, Jennifer 109 Thompson. John 142, 219, 224, 352 Thompson, Kacee Thompson, Keith Thompson, Marcy TTiompson. Mehssa Thompson, Michael Thompson, Pamela Thompson. Puffer Thompson, Rebecca 142 215,218,328,333 151,348,360 109 228 109 303 109 Thompson. Shelby 142 Thompson, Trevor no, 357 Tboms, Marcy ' l 0 Thomspon, Will 307 Thombury, Allen 119 Thome, Kristi 2I8 Thomhill, Jennifer 119 Thornton, LeAnn 351 Thornton, Sarah , Hg, 348 Thrash. Keith ' 129 TTirasher. Kem 119 353 Thurber, Courtenay 142 Thurston, Thomas 142 Thye. Wei 142 Thye, Wei-Hong 2I8 Thyot, Nick 293 Tickle. Emily [ , H2, 263, 329 Tidwell, Jerry 327. 349 Tignor, Joey 32g] 330 Tillman, David 277 Tillman, Jeff 281 Tillman, Margaret 129 Tillman, Mary 225. 355. 373 Timbs, Janet 129 Timmons, Lauren 281 Timmons, Trevor 307 Tinnen, Tracy 119 Tinsley, James i48, 213, 226, 348 Tirrell, Rebekah 345 Tisdale, James 277 Tobin, Devon 303 Todd, Ginger iH, 349, 364 Todd, Jennifer 119 Todd, Kelly Toh, Ai Ling Toh, Ai-Iing Toh, Irene Tok, San Tok, San-San Tollison, Lee Tompkins, Chad Tompkins. Judith Tompkins, Troy Tong, Hung Torry. Justine Townes, Percy Town send. Dennis 373 213 218 354 142,213 218 . 299 299 , 129 348, 361 142 119 . 110 142 Townsend, Kevin [ 129 Townsend. Salley 217 Townsend, Sally 129 Traughber, Jennifer 129, 2I7 Travis, John . 218 349 Trost, Dallas ' nO Trott, Judy 25, 214 Trotter, John ' 213 Trotter, Lisa 129 Troud, Matt 281 Trowbridge, Kim 375 Trusty, Daryl 129 Trusty, Shannon 1 1 9, 3 1 8 Tsai, Wei-Sheng ' 142 Tsao, Ta-Wei " ... 145 Tubb. PhiUip ' ..[[ ' [$[, 348 Tubbs, Elizabeth 150. 348, 360 Tubbs, Mandy 142 Tuberville, David 348 Tucker, April 119 Tudor, Cory ' 373 Tumberville, David 361 Tuminello, Dominique 350 Tumma, Julie 142, 218 Turberville, David ' 150 Turbeville. Melissa 129 Turgeon, Stephanie HQ Turlington, Kyle 279 Tumage, Edward 129 Tumage, Laura HO Tumage, Robert 129 Tumage. Susan iji. 348, 361 Turner, Angela 213 Turner. Carlton 367 Tumer, Casey 142, 227 Tumer, David 142 Turner, Gerald 19 Turner, John 277 Tumer, Kelly 299 Tumer. Lacie 119 Tumer, Mary Katherine 110, 329 Turner, Mary Catherine 263 Tumer, Melina 263 Turner, Meliia H2, 329, 358 Tuseth, Jonathon 307 Tuten, Maradeth 228 Tuten, Maradith 119, 221, 263, 327, 329 Tutor. Chris 375 Tutor, Christopher 142 Tutor, Gerald 142 Tutor, Irene 142 Tutor. Nicole i90, 3i9, 375 Tuttle. Elizabeth 110,273 Tyler, Carla 119 Tyler, Robert 142 Tyner. John 148, 361 Tyre, Tammy 1 10 TyrreU. Christi 375 TyrreU, Chnstina 142 Uddo, Josephme . 221 Uh. Joo 142. 218 Uh, Simon 354 Umphers. Jack 110 Umstattd, Wendy 263. 329 Underwood, Jill . 129, 213, 218. 330. 374 Unglesby. Lewis 303 ' !!«. Siicr, lifer, Qaia ife. I i ' V 1 1 « I ■■■■■■ J 1 I „j 1 1 H! I I 1 I I -I I 1 j ail Valentine, Kate 263 Valentine, Kathiyn 119 Valone. Derek 307 Van, tanh 119,228 Van. Phong . ' . 110 Vance, BenjanuB 1 10 Vance, Brad 327 Vance, Bradley 110 Vance, Jennie 110 Vance, John 142 Vance, Leslie 119 Vance, Richard 329, 363 Vance, Tiwanda 271 Vance, Trad 151.360 Vanderford, Dana 120, 221, 228 Vandevender, To! 150 Vandiver, Uigh 129,217,329 Vanjani, Mahesh 145 Vann, Mary 120 Vanslyke, John 1 10 Van Slyke. Le Ann 263 Varino. Matt 299 Vamey. Merle 358, 363 Vascek. Sean 120 Vasko, E, J 307 Vaughan, David 1 10, 307 Vaughn, Lisa 110 Veasley. Jeremy 161 Vega, Jason 1 10, 279 Vega, Robert 120 Velleman, Amy 129 Vepa. Tagore 110 Verhine, Everette 215 Verhine, Scott 220 Vemon, Dr Ronald 25 Vernon, Jennifer 349 Vemon, Jennie 355 Vestal, Katharine 218, 224 Vestal, Katherine 213 Vester, . my 110 Vettel, Caludia 120 Vettel, Claudia 228 Vicars, Michael 346 Vieira, Tice 190 Vigil, Joseph 120 Vinson, Lone 151, 360 Vinson, T Pride 25 Vinyard, Todd 142, 239, 320. 375 Viox. Megan 218 Virden. George 110 Virden. Julie 363 Virgets, CoUette 263 Visetin, Kevin 303 Voelker, Andrew 110 Vyavahare. Sanjeev 145 . m ■ I . iii,»- = 1 " jl Waddel, Krmberiy 228 WaddeU. Kim 217 WaddeU. Kimberly 120, 221 Wade. Brandon 129, 307 Wadkins, Risa 142 Wages. David 129, 213, 218, 351 Waggoner, Tiffany 129 Wagner, Qay 110 Wagster, Larry 190 Wainwright, Andi 217 Wa its, Cherri 348, 361 Walbum, Sally 110 Walendzik, John 374 Walker, Bnan 145 Walker, Charles 25 Walker, Jay 355 Walker, Joseph 142 Walker, Martin 358 Walker, Mary 120. 358 Walker. WiUie 142, 289 Wall, Chad 129 WaU. Johnny 129 Wall. Kathryn 145 Wallace. Fred 146, 349 Wallace. Kristin 329 WaUace. Patti 228 Wallace, Sherri 129, 224 Wallace, Stacey 341, 377 Wallace, Thomas 25 Waller, Charles 213 Waller. Jana 151, 348, 360 Waller. Jason 143, 223, 299 Waller. Kim 223 Waller. Kimberly 143 Walls, Kimberly 129 Walsh, MacDonald 110 Walsh, Mack 373 Walsh, Sarah 143, 225, 355 Walsh, Timothy L 212 Walshe, Michael 218 Walters, Dawna 150,348,360 Walters, Deidra 110 Walters, Heath 299 Walters, Ken 299 Walters, Mark 279 Walters, SheUey 151,348,360 Walton, Andy 143, 357 Walton, Randall 327 Walton. Tracy 120 Wan, De-Zhen Ill Wansley, Joy 213 Ward, Claudia 263 Ward, Georganna 129 Ward, Steve 303 Ward. Thomas 223, 352 Wardlaw. Bradley 143 Wardlaw. Paula 129 Wardlow, Michael 143 Warman, Samuel 361 Warr, Joy 217 Warren, Adrienne 221, 228 Warren, Bndget 120 Warren. Gerald 143, 213. 220, 239 Warren, JefT 218, 349, 374 Warriner, Trice 329 Wamncr, Wendy 120,217 Wamngton, Suzette 143 Washington, Dexter 367 Wasson, Michael 151 Watanabc. Junko 146,213 Waters, Bob 323, 375 Watkins, Amanda 129 Watkins, Kenny 367 Watkins. Kim 358 Watkins. Kimberley 143 Watkins, Trey 303 Watson, Blythe 150, 361 Watson, Gerald W 212 Watson, John 224 Watson, Steve 355 Watson, Steven 129 Watson, Susannah 377 Watt, Lester Ill Watts, Alan 299 Watts, Kellie 143 Watts, Lisa 329 Watts, Michael 1 20 Watts, Shawn 143, 346 Wax, Denise 349, 358 Wax, Shondra Denise 363 Way, Adam 307 Weatherly. Bobby 143 Weaver, Martha 120 Webb. Alvin 129 Webb. Ann 129 Webb, Becky 151 Webb, Buddy 303 Webb, Connie HI Webb, Henry UI 213 Webb, Kimberly 129 Webb, Ryan 351 Webb, William 143 WEbster, Sharon 120, 225, 355 Weccu, Don 357 Wee, Annie 354 Wee, Chieu-Nee 146 Weeden, Jennifer 143, 218 Weeden, Larry 1 1 1, 363 Weeden, Tracie 143 Weeks. Valerie 221, 228 Weems. Ronnie Jr 218 Weems. William 120 Wei. Liong Yew 354 Wei. Loke Sen 354 Wei. Lye Chuan 354 Wei, Wei 213 Weir, Knstm 213,218 Weir. Knsten 129 Weir. Trey 299 Welch. Corey 146 Welch, Patti 151, 360 Welch, Tina 148, 226 WeUs, .Angela 143, 213. 349 Wells, Brent 348. 361 WeUs, Nicole 364, 374 WeUs, Waren 375 WeUs, Wanen 143, 346 Wenerski, Rayna 120 Weng, Lee Kwai 354 Wentworth, Blair 143, 329, 363 Werby, Mary 218 Werner, Michael 129 Weslowski, Scott 370 Wesolowski, Scott 358 West. Beverly 348 West, BrendaJ 212 West, Chad 227, 346 West, Donna 151, 218, 348, 360 West, Ellen 263 West, Kristin 218 West, Lauralee 129 West, Melanie 263 Westbrook, Jennifer 213 Westerfield, Joanie Ill Westerfield, Kim 263 Westerfield, Kimberiy 1 1 1 Westerfield, Shaun 143 Westergard, Shaun 223, 273, 374 Westmoreland, Joseph 213 Weston, Scott 226, 369 Whaley. Derek 143 Wheatley, Sean 307 Wheeless, Lynne 151, 348 Whisenhunt. Jennifer 329 Whitaker. Shannon 148, 348, 361 Whitby- York. Michelle 194 White, Allison 363 White, Ashley 228, 263 White, August 328, 335, 367 White, Bo 226, 330 White, Carla 120 White, Christie Ill White, Cynthia 143 White, Dana 218, 277 White. George 213, 219 White, Jennifer Ill White, Joel 120 White, John 227 White, Kemble 221 White, Lori 143. 377 White. Nancy Ill White. Robert Ill White, Suzanne 120, 329 White, Tonya 1 1 1 White, Whitney 263 Whitehead, David 143 Whitehurst, Mary 358 Whiteside, Teri 129 Whitfield, Chylynda 143 Whitt, Michelle 120 Whitten, Melinda 129, 217 Whittington, Melissa 358 Whitwell, Quentin 221, 222, 228, 328 Whitwell, Robert 120 Whitwer, Karla 120 Wicktom, Barry 143,213,218 Wielgosz, Rachel 143, 218 Wiemann, Jennifer 221 Wiggins, Cannen 129, 263, 327, 330 Wilbanks. Wendy 120, 318 Wilbome. CaroUne 213 Wilboume, Rankin 328, 330 Wilder. James 289, 367 Wilkes. Gary 372 Wilkes. Tad 299 Wilkins. Guy 299, 348 Wilkins, Robert 224 Wilkins, Rocky 299 WiUiams, Allison ,, 120,217,221,222.228, 330, 331, 336 Williams. Arthur 143 Williams, Bailey 221 Williams, Dallon 143 Williams, Daniel Ill Williams. Heather 129, 217, 358 Williams, Jeffrey 129 Williams, Jennifer 120, 224, 273 Williams, Kacy 175 Williams. Karen 129 Williams, Kelley 143,263 Williams, Knsti 143 Williams, Lawerence 367 WiUiams, Lee 303, 351 WiUiams, Mark 130, 377 Williams, Melinda 151, 348, 360 WiUiams, Nikki 250 WiUiams, Peter HI WiUiams, Richard 130 WiUiams, Robert 299, 303 WiUiams, Sheryl 143 WiUiams, Susan 143, 263, 329, 358 WiUiams, Tarsha 367 WiUiams, Tina 120 WiUiams, Trevor 148,348,361 Williams, Vemita 120. 367 WiUiams. Vickie 327 WiUiamso, Joseph 348 WiUiamson. Jill 150, 348, 360 WiUiamson. John 226, 361 WiUiamson. Joseph 148, 361 WiUiamson. Lance 226 Williamson. Stephanie 130 WiUiamson. Timothy 120, 221, 228 WiUingham, Preston Ill, 289. 367 WiUis. Eulanda 148. 348 WiUis, Ginger 143 WiUoughby. Helen 143 WiUoughby. Paul 346 WiUson, David 225, 355, 372 Wilmesherr. Pnce 303 Wilson. Amanda 151, 348 Wilson. Angela 143, 218 Wilson. Barry 150, 361 Wilson. Brian 299, 325 Wilson. Christine 218 Wilson. Christy 352 Wilson, Christie 329 Wilson, DaneUa 367 Wilson, James 130, 150, 361 Wilson, Jeff 223, 349 Wilson, Jeffery 218 Wilson, Jennifer 130, 326 Wilson, Marc Ill Wilson, Marsha 143 Wilson, Marvin 226 Wilson, Patnck 299 Wilson, SameUa Ill Wilson, Sandra 213 Wilson, Shannon 1 1 1 Wilson, Sharon 218, 327, 330, 349. 358 Wimbish. Allison 263, 327, 358, 377 Windham, Susan 143 Winetroub, Stacy Ill Winetrovb, Stacy 329 Wing, Jimmy 348 Winkler, Vanessa 120, 198 Winn, Justin 307 Winter, Joey 120 Winter, Prentis 120 Wmterstem, Christa 143 Wise, Reese 130 Wiseman, Chns 307 Wison. Sharon 331 Witherspoon. Wardlaw 307 Wiygul. John 1 20 Wiygul. Shirley 130, 217, 341 Wolf Victona 213 Wolfe. Kenneth 217, 307 Wolfe. Lisa 143 Wolfe. Matthew 130 Wolfe. Tim 307 Wolfe. Victoria 143 Wolfe. Wayne 130 Wolford. Laurie 120 Womble, KeUie 130. 273 Womer. N Keith 25 Wong. Edward 130 Wong. Jasper 354 Wong. Jeffery 354 Wong. Jennifer 221, 228. 352 Wong. Soo Pei 218 Wong. Soong Ill Wong, Tom Ill, 281, 328, 358 Woo, Mack Ill Woo, Raymond 148, 348, 361 Wood, Buford 130 Wood, Douglas 277, 327 Wood. Edgar W 220 Wood. Heather 221, 228 Wood. Henry 148, 348, 361 Wood. Jill 217, 228 Wood. Knsten 329 Wood, Leslea 143, 218 Wood, Stephen 130 Wood, Tina Ill Woodard. SheUy 130, 358 Woods. Gwen 375 Woods. Jay 277 Word, Thomas 130, 303 Worsham, Wesley 303 Wren, BiUy 130 Wnght, Ann 1 1 1 Wright. Archie 150.348,361 Wnght. Chad 373 Wright, Charles 376 Wright, Douglas Ill Wright, Ebzabeth 358 Wright, Jennifer 143 Wright, Kevin 120 Wnght, Richard 120 Wruck, Helen 213 Wu, Jin-Tang Ill Wu, Tsui-Hua Ill Wulff. Shannon 143,218.329.364 Wyandt. Chnsty 226, 361 Wyatt. J Leslie 18 Xiang, Jing 130 Xu. Hui 130 Yan. Yaw 143 Yan. Yew Chong 354 Yancey. Kimberiy 130 Yancy. Tom 320, 375 Yap. Aric 354 Yap. Foo 143. 220 Yarborough. Brad 303 Yarbro. Enk 307, 349 Yarbro, London 143 Yarbrough, Mary 143,218 Yarbrough. Richard 299 Yarbrough, Tracy 143 Yarhun. Chou 363 Yasseen, Ahmed 213 Yates, Dennis 1 1 1 Yates. Wilham 213, 218, 219, 223, 303, 328, 349, 363 Yawn. Jim 279 Ye. Shubao 146 Yeager, Karen 120 Yeager, Kim 263,329,364 Yeager, Laura 263 Yeap, Cheng- Yeow 218 Yeap, Cheng 143 Yee, Kang Chang 354 Yelton, Andy 277 Yelverton, Ralph 277, 349 Yensen, Lisa 194 Yeo. Keng Leong 218 Yeo. Sim 130 Yeow. Yeap Cheng 354 Yerger. Kathryn 130 Yerger. Kathy 217. 358, 377 Yi, Chan Shin 354 Yielding. Amanda 130 Yin. Lai Ming 354 Yong. Chua Tiong 354 Yong. Thean-Choong 218 York, John 303 Yoste. Jessica 263 You, Chulsoo 146, 354 Younce, Dallas 213 Younce, Webb 327, 330 Younce, Webster 218 Young, Amber 130 Young. Amy 143 Young. Berry 143 Young. Cheri 120 Young. Fulton 130, 218 Young. Jennie 143 Young. Kenneth 349 Young. Kenny 226, 370 Young, Kim 151,348,360 Young. Mindy 377 Young. Monica 120 Young, Neil 277 Young, Robert 346 Young. Tina 130 Young. Wesley 143 Youngman, Fritzie 143, 358 Yow. Yoke 143 Yu. Hock 143 Yu. Songping 146 Yun, San Peng 218 Yun, Say Peng 221 Yung, Ken 279 z Zagst, Brandon 1 1 1, 373 Zebrowski, Daniel 213, 220 Zeigler, Joey 307 Zen. Weiwen 146 Zerfoss, Matt 130. 346 Zeta Phi Beta 270, 271 Zeta Tau Alpha 272. 273 Zhang, Dingming 146 Zhang, Jian 146 Zheng, Hao 213 Zheng, Ke-Qiang Ill Zheng, Weiping 111 Zhoa. Hui , ,146 Zuccaro. Alison 377 Zunoubi, Mohammad HI Zurkanain, Mohd 130 Zurkamain, Zack 354 INDEX 399 ; 3 (oSdi ? It ' s hard to believe that just a year ago I had such little idea of what I was getting into by running for editor of the yearbook and now I have little left to do to complete it. Deciding to run for editor was a very dif- ficult thing to do because although I wanted to do it, I was hoping that I would be in my first year of Pharmacy School this year, too. To say the least, it has not been easy to balance the two. I would have never been able to do it without the help of many peo- ple. First, I would like to thank my family for their support of me, even though I probably scared them to death when I told them that I wanted to become editor. Your support means a lot to me. I would also like to thank my fiancee ' , Steve, who is also my sports section editor. I would have never even run for editor if you would not have encouraged me so much and given me the confidence that I needed. Thanks also for a great job with the sports section and for putting up with my nagging about deadlines all of the time.{and probably nagging in general!) I love you. While I ' m on the subject of nagging, I ' d like to thank my business manager, Todd Inman. I know that you listened to just as much nagging, whining, and complaining as Steve, if not more. I couldn ' t have made it without you! (even though you ' re a little more serious at times than me, and you dress up too much — Just Kidding!) I would ' ve never found time to do all of the things that you did to help me get the book finished. I know that I was probably not the easiest, or funnest, person to work with but I really appreciate all of the long hours and hard work that you put into this book. It ' s just as much yours as it is mine.(Well, maybe 60- 40) Seriously, I do thank you very much for all of your help. I couldn ' t have asked for a better person for the job. Next, I would like to thank my advisors, Traci Mitchell and Mr. Gale Denley, for their confidence in me and my staff. I would also especially like to thank all of our office workers for all of their help and hard work. Tammie, Garth, Michael, Traci, Jonna, and Dana, we couldn ' t have pulled it off without you. None of you will ever realize how much you helped me out and I appreciate all of the many things you did for me. I know that all of you got tired of going to the bookstore for sharpies, calling people all the time, proofing and listening to complaints from everyone, but none of you ever did any complaning of your own. Thank You! I would like to thank all of my section editors for their hard work and especially for being on time: Angie, Christina, Heather, Katie, Margaret, Robin, Shannon, Steve and Tonya. You all did a great job and I couldn ' t have made all of the deadhnes on time with- out each of you doing your part. To all of my staff and photographers, your work is very much appreciated, not only by me but also by the section editors, and you all did a wonderful job. Thanks to the photographers for all of the great pictures. I hope that you will all return next year to help out with Volume 100. To my roommates Margaret and Tanya, and my best friend Heather, thanks for lis- tening. I know that y ' all got sick of all of my complaining even though you wouldn ' t ad- mit it for anything. Thanks also for all of the support you gave me when I needed it. Marge, thank you for the great t-shirt design- it was exactly what I had in mind but couldn ' t draw myself. The three of you mean a lot to me and I ' ll never forget all of your help and encouragement. I would also like to thank everyone at Taylor who helped us out. Dolores Landin, thank you for helping me design my cover, endsheets, title page and division pages. Also I ' d like to thank Kathy Wright for helping us out when we had mistakes, Greg Williams, and Ben Allen. Special thanks also to Caron Kay Blanton for relieving my fear of and getting me started on the computer. I hope that this book will help you relive the 1993 year at Ole Miss by capturing all of the special events that took place throughout the year. It has been fun, but hard, to pro- duce this book but I wouldn ' t trade the ex- perience for anything. I apologize for any mix-ups or mistakes, but no one is perfect and no yearbook is either. Thanks again to everyone who had a part in the book. I hope that I have successfully put together a year- book full of times to remember. Dayle ( iesisnmymver, ision pages. Also Iforlielpjiis , Greg William iksalsotoCaron my fear of and impuler. llieip you relive ycaptiirinjalti ' place througlioul )iilliar(i,lop«)- n ' t trade the es- pologizeforany 10 ote is perfect Banks again to thetok-Ibopt ;logellieraycar- I I I

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