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

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--.» ' 5» ff .)jV: M. m.] I 1996 OLE MISS mi: INIXERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI LIniversity, MS 38677 Enrollment: 10,196 mm 1 he circle suggests strength, wholeness and unity, " said Chancellor Robert C. Khayat. As the University of Mississippi faces the 2 1st century and a sesquicentennial birthday there are many changes coming to- gether to carry us into the next century. Judy Wall Crump, an assistant professor of journalism, believes that the university has been economically and racially homogenized and has a reputation as an exclusive party school. She feels that Ole Miss is trying to move towards a more diverse environment. One of Chancellor Khayat ' s goals is to ensure that we are all committed to living in an enlightened professional community. The focus of college is to give students a strong foothold in an ever-changing world through a degree that guarantees knowledge and preparation. Pam Lawhead, a computer science teacher, feels that the university should " ...call our students to the responsibility of life. " She also hopes that the university will continue to produce well-rounded, well-educated students through creating a haven of excellence in every area. Continued on page 7. I ' hoto by Kith Koberlson Square Books on the square offers students a place to buy the newest books, or study and drink coffee on the balcony. The rmy ROTC welcomes in the tram to the proud shouts of Miss Maty. © Coming Full Circle... A ewEra f 3 Michelle Lowery shares the company of her sweet little iiiece Jessica during a pleasant fall afternoon of Ole Miss football. During home games, sounds of a lively jazz band mix nith the tantalizing aroma of barbecue to create that special atmos- phere particular to Ole Miss in the Grove. Band sluclents are eagerly awaiting practice outside of Paui B. Jotinson Commons. Afro Oiympics is a greel(-oriented activity that pulls all the greek organizations together to participate in nrtivities during Creek week. CnntinuocI from page 2. Judy Wall Crump said that we have people who are willing to] rethink the Idea of how we educate, and Chancellor Khayat believes that the pursuit of Ideas and the support of lasting values Is an additional facet working to take Ole Miss students farther. Through the hard work of every professor, student and admin- istrator combined with the heart and soul that has always been and will always be the driving force among the Ole Miss commu- nity. We have a great university with a lot of potential said Crump. " We are limited only by our committment and creativity, " said Chancellor Khayat. Phuto by Rob Robertson The chiiirfi outside the Union provide the perfeel place to nap and catch some rays. A New Era ( 7 j Ventress Hall during one of Oxford ' s rare snow storms. Rick Roach gives an update on the Red-Blue game. Photo by Kale ( ' ml Rachel Bull spends a typical afternoon of an Ole miss co-ed - studying and talking on the phone. Coming Full Circle The Rebelettes add a certain amount of glamour and magic to eacti band performance. Phcilo bv Miclucl Uilluiiis A l ew Era © Carrie Stuiie. Gail Schueth and Victoria Collier paint pos- ters to hang in support of the Reljels on game day. Joggers and walkers are a topical sight around Oxford. This dog takes his man for a run around the square. This Oxford boy concentrates on decorating his battle shield at an activity for children during the museum ' s exhibit. Putting Hernando deSotu in his place. lOinlng Full Cli ' cle. A IVew Era Photo by Mary Heather Hawkins ® ! ((» ' ■■ Anthony Michael and a fellow cheerleader rev up the crowd. The Ole Miss Rebel football team worked hard to draw a crowd for the home games. Tyrone entertains a mob during the Welcome Week festivi- ties. .y D O © Student Life -1 e Miss, a home away from home. Greeks, organizations and sports on campus offer students many different ways to get involved and meet people. Even those who stick to the basics meet pals through dorm life and classes. Whatever niche each person finds, there are always activities on campus and around Oxford to enrich the mind and lighten the soul. Whether reading and sa- voring coffee on the balcony at Square Books or dancing to the bands in the Grove, the good times shared will burn in our memories well into the 21st century. -by Jonna Jones- Who has tune for class... 430 S Lamar At University Oxford FREE Y y O " " OXFORD 5 PIECE MEAL DRINK 232-8659 Sun-Tue 11-11 Wedllam-lam Thur-Sal nam-2am Good Wtlh Purchase Of A Meal Of Equal Or Greater Value 5 Tenders. Fries, Slaw, Garlic Bread 1 Sauce One Ceitilicale Per Visit • Not Valid With Any Other OHer Chicken Tenders Famous Sauces • Grilled Chicken Sandwiches Let Us Cater Your Next Event • No Matter How Big Expires Abgjst 3i , 1996 Please Present When Ordering Bar-hopping students keep Oxford bartenders on their feet until the last call is heard. LAFAYETTES North South Side Bar Grille 14 J NighlUfe wm FlUNCHISE OPPORTlWn CALL 601-234 151 Above left: Friends gather at local bars to take a break from studies and relax. Above: This coed was snapped enjoying the night life at Proud Larry ' s. Left: This trio agrees that Oxford nights are perfect for girls who want to have fun! ...when there ' s so much to do! ® Night Ufe Kach Johnson and Heather Strickland pose at the historical Methodist church off the square. Heather and Jay smile for the camera. @ Student Life Oxford provides a wealth of leisure activities for Ole Miss students. Shopping on the historic town square, dining at Oxford ' s eclectic cafe ' s, exploring museums and mod- ern art galleries, and jogging on the city sidewalks are some of the simple pleasures students enjoy. Churches in town welcome students to attend services which are sometimes tai- lored especially to fit into the col- legiate schedule. Volunteerism is en- couraged as a way to become involved with Oxford ' s numerous charitable organizations. — Aniy L. Hall Left: Sophomore Meredith Bailey and Freshman Preston McAlexander enjoy an afternoon shopping spree at the mall. Above: Juniors Courtney Weathers and Sallie McGee consider taking a cruise ship home from the Dollar Tree. Photo by: Amv Hall ' i Student Life ife M7j Learning the Language Most students in language courses at the University of Mississippi are familiar with the language and writing laboratories on campus. Fully equipped with computers and listening devices, the labs allow students the opportunity to hone their skills outside the normal classroom setting. Language Labs Far left: Language labs give students the opportunity to work on their class assignments with the assistance of trained staff. Belou: The foreign language labora- tory is equipped with audio cassette headsets to broaden students ' ex- perience with the languages they study. Left: Macintosh computers are avail- able for students using the writing labs to work on writing projects. Union Dining . A NEW ERA The Ole Miss Union received a mucti needed face lift witfi tfie addition of the Aramar] corporation. Little Caesar ' s, Blimpie, and Chick-fil-A, just to mention a few, are part of the menu du jour. The newly renovated Galley allows students to pick up a snack on the way to class. With speedy and amicable service, the Union is more than a dining hall; it is an experience for the palet that is uncom- parable to any on campus. 20 J Eating Habits Eating Out Eating out is one way students unwind and take a brealc from the pressures of school. University students choose from Oxford ' s wide variety of specialty res- taurants, delis, cafes, and fast food es- tablishments. Many choose to have the numerous free-delivery restaurants de- liver their meals to the comfort of their own houses, apartments, or dorm rooms. Whatever their tastes, students will likely find something to suit their appetite around Oxford. — Amy L. Hall All plmlostn Ams llii Hiipu John ' s Pizza is a favoriu- uf many on the Ote Miss campus. Eating Habits ® II Above: The lighting of the Christmas tree in front of the Lyceum was an enjoyable spectacle for Angela Kramer. Chancellor Robert Kttayat. Julie Beck, and Denise Alexander. Above right: This unidentified elf enjoys a birds- eye view of the Christmas parade from atop Daddy ' s shoulders. tiight: These little " teeth " were cauglit enjoying Oxford ' s Christmas parade. @ loliday spirit J, Holiday spirit ( 23 Judy Trott AlMidiifili iiwitiy sliidciils cotiir in djiily coriUK I with Ihcsc laiiiiliiir fiiccs, Ihclr coiilrihiilloMs to the university oltcn «o iinrccotini cd. I IM) (Ihicl Mike Sl( ' w;ir1 and Olllccr Kevin Stark work to keep Ole Miss a safe eonininnity. Ctiances are. II one seeks nu ' dical attention at the Stndent Health Services. |)r 1ona Castle will he on (all. Dean ol Students Judy Troll siwnds the rnajorily ol her day llst, ' ninft to stiidenls ' concerns. Koreifin lanyuaye sludenls iislnfi the lan{ina«e lah have surely looked to Bill West h r assistance These are |nst a tew ol the faculty and stall who, ' acli dav, help ke ' [) the university running smoothly Kevin Stark Mike Stewart ii I Dr. Mona Castle c e s mM 1 LO r ' Bill West International Students Finding a " Home " at Ole Miss Rula Billeh, a graduate student from Jordan, is a Commu- nication Disorders major. On tier experience at tlie university tiiroughout tier undergraduate and graduate years she said, " I love it now ... my fresliman year was liorrible! " Billeli resides in Guess Hall. I Lesley Cov- er, freshman Chemistry major from the Bahamas, feels at home at Ole Miss. " It ' s a good school - people are friendly - not that much different from home. " 26 student Ufe is Vanita Upadnyay, a citizen of Nepal, transferred to Ole Miss from a Malaysian college. This junior Management Informations Systems major said wtien asl ed about her transfer to UM, " I will be able to study in a culturally diverse atmosphere which will be beneficial to me upon entering the business world. " " 1 Phdiu h iii ll.ill Japa- nese exchange student Eri Miyagawa says she loves the hos- pitality at UM. ' ' I would def- initely recommend Ole Miss to others, " she added. Miya- gawa is a senior Economics major who calls Guess Hall home. Arlene Perei- ra, Business major from India said about Ole Miss, " It is very different from home - especially the edu- cational system. You ' ll also nev- er hear anyone at home say " Hey! " to you on the road like they do here. " Pereira is cur- rently a graduate student. Student Ufe ( 27 Rebel Pride 1 ii A Vt H ♦I Homecoming 1995 Left: The prc-iiimir fcsiiviiies en- o.vcr b) Uiilfiiitinfi Rebel fans in- clmled a live peiiiirimmce by a loeal jazz band. Above: The Gnne proved to be a wonderful place lo relax before the same for sophomores FAerelle SUibbs and Marie Moore. Far leh: Colonel Keb mingles with fans and boosts Reliel pride. @ 28 ) Homecoming 1995 k- ' . Homecoming 1995 @ NEW • ' USED Which BOOK is the better buy? These seniors were spotted buying electronics during the first iveeA: of classes. Used hooks were deemed to tie the best value by tliis Ole Miss Bookstore shopper. ii |ilinhi t in II. ill Siudcnts.. such as the one pictured here, raced to local bookstores the Hrst week of liulh semesters to hnd l)ooks required for their classes. J ' i I " 1 Remembering an ERA Below: Students at the Vnitersit - have the opportunity- to take classes or declare a major in Southern Studies. Riatit: The Center for the Study of Southern Culture is one of the most picturesque huildines on campus. The Center for the Study of South- ern Culture found a home at Ole Miss in the antebellum Barnard Ob- servatory, which was renovated in 1991 to house the center. It inclu- des classrooms, a gift shop which sells items such as William Faulkner memorabilia, and exhibits focusing on southern folklore and art. There is a conference area in which special programs are held in conjunction with area festivals focusing on peo- ple and events that shaped South- ern culture. — Amy L. Hall Barnard Observatory v@ Right: Ikinl-niirkina resklcm assistants sucli as the one pictureil lure stioukiered the responsibility of mopping up tlic floofk d hallways of some resident halls. Top: The long weekend away from classes was a fun time for playful universil} students. Above] Synchronized sledding? Whatever these guys were doing, it looks like fun! Ice Storm of 1996 Oxford and the University fall under ice during BLIZZARD ' 96 As temperatures dropped and icy precipitation began to fall, university students scurried to local supermarkets and convenience stores to stock up on necessities and brace themselves for the blizzard to come. Two to three inches of freezing rain that accumulated as ice covered the university in a sheet of white. Students entertained themselves by sledding, ice skating, and daring to drive the streets with makeshift sleighs dragging behind their automobiles. Classes were dismissed because of the wintery weather, and the university braced itself for the storm. K Top: This brave student look a head-first approach to sledding do m one of Ole Miss ' s many hills. Left: Scenes such as this were common during the icy weather, as many students opted to leave their cars parked. Ice Storm of 1996 ® A ] ew Era in Awareness has swept the Ole Miss campus as student group Health Peer Educators tackles Important health and wellness issues and encourages students to take responsibility for their physical well-being. Far left: Pat. a peer educator, swings from the higli ropes during a retreat. Left: Health Peer Educators learn all about trust during activities designed to Iniild unity among the group Above: The University of Hss.sissippi ' s Health Peer Educators are excited about the era of awareness sweeping the Ole Miss campus. Student Ufe ( 35 Logging in Study Time f ' hoio by Charlotte Hpndri Far Above: Tammy Zegledi takes a short " study break " during class. Left: Ke ivwing notes before class is honor student Angela Essary ' s key to success in the classroom. Above: Freshmen Sandy Eldridge and . my Hall review for an exam together. ii ntXcD intlui ' »()i ' » ' Freshmen Liza Fisher and Brad Dickerson ap- pear to be discussing a story in English 101. These students search for their assigned reading material in a local bookstore. Study Time ® Ihiversity Police D epaitment The University Police Department continually strives to create a safe and stable environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors of Ole Miss. UPD has implemented such systems as Code Blue and the Rebel Patrol to further crime prevention on the university campus. The department is open around the clock in an effort to keep the University of Mississippi a secure place to live and learn. Graduate siudvni. Mohammad Afzal, logs in data at the front desk of ttie police station. Captain Franklin and Kenny Campbell discuss meth- ods of crime prevention on campus. @ UPD Lieutenant Randy Hughes mans the radio system at iPD headquarters. Industrious students reap financial gains wtiile wf Jng toward a college degree in the Work Study Program Above: Library mitors can nnd assistance from one of the many students workers who are trained to help them. Right: A nriting lab worker guides a fellov. student through the computer system. Far right top: Administrative offices around campus employ many work study students to man the phones and handle other tasks. Far right bottom: An Ole Miss student solicits a liljrary worker for assistance v,ith microforms. © Work Study Students Work Study Students ART Students studying fine arts at Ole Miss know flrst- iiand wliat it means to worlc overtime. While only counting as standard three hour courses, art classes usually meet for twice that time each week. This is necessary because most are hands-on classes, and additional time is needed to complete assigned projects. Graduate students often spend substantial time out of class working in the studios on campus. It is not uncommon for students to remain in the studio working on a project an entire night. Despite the long, tiresome hours, art student ' s rewards are their completed works and the satisfaction that comes with them. Far right: Art stuclcnt Andrew Collier looks over sketches in his portfolio. Right: This freshman works on perfecting her skills in figure drawing. Below: Studying the history of art is part of the Introduction to Art class. All photos by Amy lldll 42 ) Art Students Art Students Just R I G. Cc in Circles Above: The weight room offers students itie use of a variety of exercise equipment and free weights. Above right: Freshmen Jane Meek and Ivy Muggins streteh before jogging on Turner ' s indoor track. Right: Non-students such as these young swimmers can enjoy all the Turner Center has to offer with a small fee. The Turner Center is the health-minded student ' s mecca at the university. Tur- ner offers an indoor pool, track, weight room, aerobic and dance facilities, and racquetball and basketball courts. Un- like off-campus gyms and health clubs, the Turner Center is accessible to stu- dents free of charge. © Student fitness All phdloshy Amy Hall Construction During the 1995- 1996 school year, much of Ole Miss was UNDER . ision For Tomorrow HK 8 Above: This rclainin( wall surrounding the construction site around the library ' echoes the university ' s objective. Right: The Lyceum is partially obscured by the construction equip- ment at the J.D. Williams Library. Below: The old ning of the library was out of service for the 1995- 1996 school year due to construction. Life During Construction { 45 ) While the college experience means different things to dif- ferent people, most would agree that it is a time for making mem- ories that last a lifetime. Friend- ships that often last throughout the college years and beyond are made in classes, dorms, on the job, and on the town. Ole Miss for many is the starting point for a new life with new friends and ex- periences. k A ■ m With honors... Once again the Ole Miss Concert Singers sustained their reputation of being an outstanding vocal talent. Claiming the Grand Prix title in Tours, France, last year allowed them to advance to the Grand Primio Europeo di Canto Chorale in Arezzo, Italy this year. It was a highly difficult competition, but the singers performed magnificently. The judges deliberated for over an hour-the first place honor would go to either a talented group from Japan or our famed Ole Miss group. The Ole Miss singers placed second in the competition. However, the singers were proud of their performance. Not only did they enjoy the choral competition, but they also were able to experience the historical and cultural aspects of Italy.Cynthla Linton, associate professor of music and head of vocal studies at the University of Mississippi, stated, " This was probably one of the most congenial groups of students and adults.There was just a bond.This group was committed to doing what needed to be done vocally and to having fun. " Inl9 versity i year ses celebral these fo school ' lighted! and ih( will inte in 1998, niversar versity c Each f Miss At offer a the cele year we offer yoi tennial Miss thr The a publicat and is s bystude versity, annual; best to school a alloftht In 1994, the Uni- versity began a four year sesquicentennial celebration. During these four years each school will be spot- lighted for six months and the celebration will intensify and end in 1998, the 150th an- niversary of the Uni- versity of Mississippi. Each year the Ole Miss Annual tries to offer a contribution to the celebration. This year we would like to offer you a sesquicen- tennial review of Ole Miss through the an- nual ' s eyes. The annual began publication in 1887 and is still published by students at the uni- versity. Every year the annual staff does their best to report the school as it appears to aU of the students. We have looked back through the years to see the changing fads, the changing ap- pearances and the changing atmosphere at Ole Miss. We have also tried to note the major achievements of the University and her students. The following pages are a selection of tid- bits pulled from our old annuals. They are meant to provide hu- mor as we laugh at the fads and ideas of the past. They are meant to increase awareness of how much the uni- versity has grown in her 150 years and they are meant to open our minds to how we are shaping and should be shaping our future. A Sesquicenntenial Review 19484911 Ole Miss was " yet only a debutante dedicated to the University Greys. " Literary sodeiks were the top interest There were three coeds in the senior class of 1996. 1998 was the 50th anniversary of the University of Mississippi. IQOO - - iQteMies out kxt to stay! 1903 saw the creation of the School of Medicine. In 1905 the yearbook staff revealed some unusual " facts " ... The following have been unearthed with great difficulty through the course of several years by our official reporters, and are now for the first time given to public record: A : We send forth hot air. ' 4 K : " Let us also be worthy liars. ' SX: Let us squezze the cash. ' AAA: We are able to do stunts. ' KA: " We proclaim our innocence. ' " Sg is for library, note-taking and strife, Where if you whisper you run for your life. Hi Is for U of M in learning she leads it. Here ' s life unto her! God bless her, she needs it! In 1910, the senior law class offered up some " immortal maxims of the law " : " He who comes into ' Equity ' must come with warm feet. As brevity is the soul of whit, never be brief. Your answers to his honors questions are always presumed to be inadequate. The prayer of the indolent avaiieth nothing. Ignorance of the law excuses no one from practicing. In 1911 the new library was near completion. The women ' s basketball team played in skirts that come to about 2 " above their ankles. 1912-1 925 Fraternities are banned from campus in 1912. The 1913 annual showed faculty members with their heads cut off and pasted over drawings of animals. In 1914 it was predicted ha he world would explode If ... " ttie glee club ever learns how to sing. ..or, Dr. Riley ever gives an easy exam, ...or a freshman ever fails to be ignorant. " Trigonometry: " A Chinese puzzle for freshmen. " Ancient History: " Yesterday " Coed basketball was played in panataloons. The 1818 yearbook featured an entire sec- tion on military due to World War I, and the deaths of two members of the senior class. W ' miK, Ti Misni.o, BiKMii, Kkdiifm), S n k. I ' i (;, Kaskr, Smum, ' i.i;ii, niioxrii ll ' ipKiN . Tkm ' I ' , Wiiiov. I ' lU ' i I s. KiKK , H(u rwn I . MooKi , 1■)()K• R.]. Farley was the Editor-in-Chief of the Ole Miss Annual. Bondurant was on staff. There were only three cheerleaders in 1 920 and they were all male. Students caught their own rats to disect in Biology. Bondurant, Hume, Farley, Foser ' ' ' " ' _ , and Bishop were all on the staff at the University of IVIississippi. • " : €1 Occupation y ' a mentation ' " gxasperation 7 Zeditation inspiration cStimulation cS ' eparation In 1925 Tad Smith was a freshinan at the University. )99d Fraternities return. A parlor suite in the Hotel Peabody costs only $ 1 0. Ike MOe mi cdteb tke (jiabe. Dresses rise above the knee in 1929! Cars begin to appear on campus. The first Ole Miss Band lias 41 members. The Kappa Sigmas were " such a hopeful little band believing in Santa Claus. it is rumored that, if they are real good, dear old Saint Nick will leave them some brici s and some cement in their stockings.. .with which to build a playhouse where they can hide some of their men during rush week. " In 1932 a futuristic story predicted that Sue would be tuning in to a class being broadcast from 50 miles away by 1950. Cheerleaders skirts reach their ankles in 1933, and men were worried about " gold-diggers " ! In 1935 the Grove gets its name. As always. ..Freshman stunt night was filled with guys in gowns. In 1939 success was a $200 a month job. 1941 - 1955 The ROTC went to Fort McClellan, Alabama for six weeks in 1941 to learn the art of ditch digging. There was a bald-head section at the football games. In 1942 there were rallying cries to " Remember Pearl Harbor. " " Came up to set the world on fire... found it already on fire. " The University was living through its fourth war. 44 dead In ' 44 due to the war. Blind Jim was the " Dean of Freshmen " . Rum ' n Coca-Cola and bikinis were a hit in 1945. li The Daily Mississippian has its first female editor in 1945. In 1948 the annual had trouble getting students to get their class photos taken. 1948 marks the 100th anniversary of the University. Vaught was the SEC Coach of the Year. KKF breaks ground for a new house. Sigma Chi house is quarantined during o meningitis scare, Registrar announces that 3,337 students attend, i ' _ )« 4mk4IT-VV • :V ' . ' i M i ' ' wT • - ' -J,4 ' " Good grades or the Army " ' i . ' ' hA One hundred boys left school early In 1951. Four freshmen kidnapped the MSU bulldog in 1952. Converse sneakers were all the rage in 1953. " I ' ve been following the Rebels for over 50 years and I have never seen them lose a ball game yet. " - Blind Jim. 1Q56 - 1Q70 Am Mob u;QS Qa Ok Miss aao ute. (k 1Q56 Qnd beCo es Miss Am] x(ia (k 1050. One of the most popular traditions at Ole Miss is the week in which the student body secedes from the Union. (( Kaleidiscope I960 ' ' The race for space was on... US sent a satellite into orbit, and the first pictures of the " moon ' s dark side " were taken. The cafeteria puts pigs on display and then ' ' roasted the luckless animals. The footbaU team went to the Sugar Bowl in 1964. Cheerleaders wore sweaters and knee length skirts. Delta Psi house burns in 1966. " See the happy morons, they don ' t give a damn; I wish I were a moron; my gosh, perhaps I am. " Johnny Cash performs on campus in 1 967. In 1968 the Rebelettes were " world famous " . Ole Miss has ten football players drafted by pro leagues. A segment of the University Singers went to Europe to perform for the USO groups. The goal ot the Ole Miss was to show UM as it really was " not the snide, political hotbed described in the pages of Sports Illustrated, the mint-julep sipping student body of antebellum days that the New York Times portrayed or the orgy-fied party-school pictured in the minds of mothers of our beloved Ms. " The band gets new uniforms. Peter, Paul IVIary perform on campus. The 1970 best dressed posed in a plaid bell-bottom suit with pilgrun shoes. »♦ Ole 1971 - 1985 Archie Manning was Co lonel Rebin 1971. The Hare Karishna movement made it to Ole Miss. In 1974 Coach Vaught came out of retirement after Billy Kinard was fired. The golf team hosted the SoutheasternConference. Dionne Warwick held a concert at Ole Miss. v- -. ! f ' f I There was a building boom on campus... Vaught Athletic Hall, the new Chem building, Law School, and Student Union were all new. Afros were big. Fire hydrants were painted lilce people. Dr. Harrington sported an afro. Carter campaigns for president in ' 77. Ole Miss drank " more per capita than any other school in the southeast and maybe even in the country. " 982 met with an assassination attempt on the visiting Pope John Paul II and also on Ronald Reagen. John Belushi died, John Lennnon was l illed, and Princess Di and Charles were married. Postag e stamps went up to 180. 1985 marks Chancellor Turner ' s first year at Ole Miss. il 1986 - 1996 The big question was: " What are we going to do when this 21 thing takes over ? " 1986 marks the first year of women ' s track. Cambridge Station was the newest apartment complex. 1988 was the year of the Iran-Contra scam, " Club MTV " and " Remote Control " , acid- washed jeans, " Just Say No " , and " Good Morning Vietnam " . In 1989 " The Heart of Dixie " was filmed on campus. The M flag was adopted by the senior class in 1990. USA Today called Oxford one of the top six college towns in America. Billy Joel ' s " We didn ' t start the fire " was out at the same time a fire in Crosby caused 750 residents to be homeless for five days. Famous visitors of 1992 are Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, and ' Larry ' the Higliway safety dununy. ll-92 ' s " Tallt Radio " is a higtily controversial topic. Library Is under construction. Ice Storm iiits Ole IVliss hard in 1993. In 1995 a candlelight vigil ended AIDS awareness week. In 1996 Ole Miss receives Robert Kliayat as tier 25111 cliancellor. A spfcinl thiinks lo Annela Rssno ' for nil her hours ivseuniiin in the l nivcrsity Archi es, to Jennifer Rushong tor her work Reitini the photos together, to Amy Hall for her excellent art work, and especially to the University Archives and the Alumni Affairs offices for keeping a treasure. ' y .-. ■ ' Chris Decker and Josh Jordan goof around in Greece. (Left to Right) Frank Layton. Laurie Jones, Kim Renfroe, Becky Grounds and Matt Jones take a break from biking in Rome, Italy. sWf ' W Conceit Singers ( 4 .! m = ' w ,T V ' ftl if- A-i. ' " $f n Pholris (liinalfd by Ole Miss Thealen Far Above- Members trom Shuv, stoppers feature a selection from Godspell. Above: Michael Newton plays " Mack Sennetf in the theater production Mack Mabel, choreographed by Rene Pulliam RiSlU: Tlii ' se dancers perform for Mississippi: The Dance Company. 50 Ole Miss Theater © I DRAMA The 1 994-95 Theatre season featured a wide variety of offerings. The year began with Ter- ence McNaily ' s Award Winning p ay,Lips To- gether, Teeth Apart. The Homecoming musi- cal, Mack and Mabel featured performances by third year graduate actor Katie Witt and Uni- versity employee, Michael Newton in the title roles. The Dance Company presented its an- nual concert, titled Coming Out of the Dark featuring the celebrated choreography of As- sistant Professor of Dance, Jennifer Mizenko. The Dance Company includes the talents of over a dozen of the finest modern dancers in the state of Mississippi. The spring semester saw University Theatre undertake the classic Anton Chekov play,777e Seagull. Directed by Pro- fessor Scott McCoy, The Seagull featured strong performances by undergraduate actors Rachel Harris and Kyle Barnett and Assistant Professor of Voice, Elizabeth Wiley. The season was rounded out with the always popular Showstoppers. Titled Not Quite Broadway, Showstoppers featured se- lections from well-known musicals that enjoyed great success Off-Broadway but never made it to the Great White Way. In addition to these hne offerings, they also provided graduate directing projects Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, and Death and the Maiden. With this many shows, its no wonder they ' re all so busy! Cliorcugi ' uplicd by Jennifer Mizenko. these dancers perform for Mississippi: The Dance Company. Ole Miss Theater ® I EStG! I TED A new sight was seen on campus this year — the Callahan shuttle bus. Denny Bubrig, Leslie Hardy, and Miles Russell initiated this pilot program to promote safety. With the help of James Cal- lahan, the owner of the bus, these three students launched this successful ' " new program in re- sponse to research of D.U.I, statistics from the Springy of 1995. A bo-. nus to the ' shuttle program is that only 38% of the students on campus have transportation. The shut- tle runs Thursday, Friday, and Sat- urday, and it goes throughout campus picking up and dropping off students. It then runs to the mall, the square, and bars in Oxford. However, one might convince Mr. Callahan into traveling off route. Only a dollar each way will get you home safe! Trevor Landry, broadcast journalism, said, ' 1 ' think its a great idea because when I am on the road I like to know that people who are drinking aren ' t driving. " The students also enjoy the ride. " Its almost as much fun as the bar! " replies Kate Curtis, pre-med. 52 ) Shultir Program Before the Game . . . . . . and After Top Left,: GO REBS! Top Right:H01TY TODDY! Students wave the new twelfth man spirit towels at a pep rally on the square. Above: Chillin ' at a post game party. Right: " It ' s been a long day. " The Games f 53 h 54 1 Gradm irndualion COMPLETIIVG THE CIRCLE Graduation ( 55 mxmtmmmmmi DORM © ;efl: ResidtMil Advisor Heather Strickland ' s duties include v ' orking the ront deslv at Brown Hall. Below: That dude from Blues Traveler visits ineannon. Left: Amber Wilbanks spends most of her dorm time sleeping. Above: This resident explores the internet on his dorm computer. Dorm Life ® Mall Mitchell poses next to new Athletic Director Pi ie Bvom David I.. Berkley, the llth president of Rust college in Holly Springs, was one of the distinguished speakers during the Awards of Distinction ceremony. Our 25th Chancellor, Robert C. Khayal. takes time to speak with Dr. Don huge. Vice Chancellor for University Affairs, at the . wards of Distinction. ® Adiiiinislralioiis ..i Q . S r «o. i r, Q The new school year brought about sev- eral noteworthy changes in university administrations including a very m- portant change in the office of the Chancellor. Robert C. Khayat was named the 25th chancellor of the University of Mississippi after former chancellor Gerald Tur- ner ' s resignation. Chancellor Khayat isn ' t new to Ole Miss, he began his career here in 1 969 and has since held various administrative positions. As the university steps toward the 21st century, Chancellor Khayat promises to lead the way toward an enlightened professional community. -by Amy Hall- 4ib ?S. SmHi GOVERIVOR Kirk Fordice KIRK FORDICE. prior to his election as Gover- nor, lived ' in Vicksburg. Mississippi, for more tlian 30 years. He earned a bachelors degree in civil engineering in 1956 and a master ' s degree in industrial management in 1957 from Purdue University. He was a member of Tau Beta Pi. the engineering honorary society, and Chi Epsilon, the civil engineering honorary society. Following graduation he served two years active duty as an engineer officer in the U.S. Army. In 1977, at age 43, he retired from the Army Reserve at the rank of colonel. Before his election as Governor, he was a pro- fessional engineer and president of Fordice Con- struction Company, which specializes in heavy construction and highway bridge construction. He is past president of the Associated General Contractors, whose 32.000 member companies represent 3.5 million employees, making it the largest trade association in the construction in- dustry. While president, he was recognized by the Minority Contractors Association for the work he did to improve the relations between the two associations. Living up to his businessman-governor reputa- tion Governor Fordice has successfully suppor- ted fiscally responsible legislation that allows the State budget only 98% of its projected revenues and establishes a rainy day fund to avoid budget cuts. He also assured passage of one of the countrys most sweeping civil justice reform measures, an elimination of capitol gains taxation on Mississippi Investments, a $0 to $9.5 million increase in tourism funding for the State, aggressive prison building program, and Mississippi ' s first-ever comprehensive welfare reform legislation. Since beginning his hands-on, " CEO to CEO " approach to industry recruitment three years ago, 130,000 net new jobs have been created in the State of Mississippi — one of the largest increases in recent history. At the same time. Kirk Fordice has doubled the amount of capitol investment in Mississippi by approx- imately $2.7 billlion. While creating private sec- tor jobs, budgets show that Hie litallo f Governor Fordice has halted government bureaucracy by sys- tematically cutting out almost 2000 state government positions and eliminating agency waste at a savings of more than $50 million to the people of Mississippi. In 1994. the Washington. D.C. based Cato Institute recognized Governor Fordice as one of only three governors in the nation to receive an A grade for fiscal policy. Governor Fordice is Chairman of the Southern Growth Policies Board and immediate past Chairman of the Southern Governors Association. Governor Fordice and his wife, the former Particia Owens, have four children and seven grandchildren. They have been active in the Crawford Street United Methodist Church, in Vicksburg, Mississippi for many years. 1995-1996 BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Mississippi Board of Trustees of the Institutions of Higher Learning was established to remove political interference fi ' om the administration of statewide higher education. The members are appointed by the Governor to twelve year staggered terms, thus preventing any one group of political appointees from gaining control of the board. Mississippi has eight state universities — Ole .Miss. Mississippi State. Southern Mississippi. Jackson State, Alcorn. Mississippi Valley. Delta State, and Mississippi University for Women. With increases in both the student and the faculty enrollment, the Board of Trustees, cannot do everything for everyone in higher learning. Therefore, the Board has established leadership roles for areas in which the state institutions concentrate. Ole Miss currently has leadership roles in social sciences, journalism, law, foreign languages, pharmacy, community, and regional planning, math, art, public affairs, letters, and physical science. The function of the Board is to make decisions that will improve the institutions of higher learning. Despite the budgetary problems of th e state, the Board has proved ital to the future of the states higher education and the future of the state of .Vlississippi. 1995-199(j Board of Trustees Front Row. (Left to Right) -Ricki R. Garrett. Clinton: Diane Martin Miller. President. Gulfport: Sidney L Rushing, Gullport: H . Ray Cleere, Commissioner, Jackson: Cass Pennington. Indianola: Back Row: (Left to Right) -. an McGahey Baker. Vice-President, Winona: William S. Crawford, Meridian: Carl Nicholson, Jr., Hattiesburg: Will A. Hickman. Oxford: J.P. " Jake " Mills. Tupelo: Frank Crosthwait. Jr., Indianola: J. Marlin Ivey. Kosciusko: and James W. Luvene. Holly Springs rHAlVCELLOR Robert Khayat Robert C. Khayat received his under- graduate and law degree from The Uni- versity of Mississippi. Later, as a Ster- ling Fellow in Law, he received the Ll.M. Degree from Yale University. Chancellor Khayat began his career at The University of Mississippi in 1969 as Professor of Law. He has also ser- ved as Associate Dean of the Law School, Vice Chancellor for University Affairs, Executive Director of the Ses- quicentennial Celebration, and Interim Director of Athletics prior to becoming Chancellor at Ole Miss in July, 1995. He was named Outstanding Law Pro- fessor for 1993-94, and in 1994, members of the Mississippi Law Jour- nal endowed a scholarship in his honor. Dr. Khayat was President of the NCAA Foundation from 1989-1992 and has been a practicing attorney and mu- nicipal judge. An Academic Ail-American in football. Dr. Khayat has demonstrated that leadership as a student athlete can provide the foundation for friture suc- cess. Active in professional and civic affairs. Dr. Khayat has served as President of the Chamber of Commerce and as a member of the Mississippi Bar Foun- dation. He currently serves as a mem- ber of the Board of Directors of the institute for Technology Development and the Mississippi Valley Title Insur- ance Company. VICE CHANCELLORS Thomas Wallace Student Affairs Dr. Don Fruge University Affairs Doyle Russell Administrative Affairs Dr. Gerald Walton Academic Affairs Vice Chancellors ® IKS£ = -isaa ACCOUrVTAIVCY The School of Accountancy was created in 1979, but majors in accounting at Ole Miss were offered as early as 1929. Majors in ac- countancy were offered through the depart- ment of accountancy in the business school after the department was established in 1937. The school is one of few truly separate schools of accountancy in the country. The School awards the Bachelor of Accountancy after four years and either the Master of Accountancy or the Master of Taxation after the fifth year. The program is fully accredited at both levels. Graduates of the program are very well pre- pared for jobs in CPA firms, industry, gov- ernment, or education as well as for pro- fessional certification. I ' liiilu tn kale Curlls Photo by IVey Jordan Tup: An accounlmti undergrad craws for the next day ' s test Bottom: Administrators and students begin the ground breaking for Connor Hall. v y I ACCOUNTANCY -ii I -7- ! !-r i f ' ■ r :. M 7 7 ' ?, ■ n - . ' Arz c : , P . - m i -l-jjjjjlglgll Fhi Jtij b Kale Curtis Abow: A member of the Ole Miss faculty tries to explain accounting to tiis class. Dr. James W. Davis V if BUSIIVESS ADMINISTRATIOrV i. ..-- .iai in 1917, the School of Business Ad- ministration is committed to its vision of becoming a nationally respected professional center of edu- cation and research in which faculty, students, and the business community join together in an active learning partnership. The school ' s dedication to its mission and values compel it to provide its students with a broad-based education, including a solid foundation in business administration, and the de- velopment of a full range of skills and leadership competencies. The School values the application of advanced in- formation technology in all teaching and research activities as well as the creation of an innovative learning environment rich in diversity, creativity, teamwork, and high ethical standards. Comprehen- sive programs in finance, economics, general busi- ness, insurance, international business, manage- ment, marketing, management information systems, real estate, journalism and advertising, and pe- troleum land management enable students to attain a strong education in their chosen field. riioln hv Tre .lordiin BUSINESS ADMirVISTRATIOIV . " 3 Dr. Randy W. Boxx i « I ss 4 Opposite Page Left: Dr. Wakefield tries to get liis point across to Itis marketing class. Opposite Fage Bottom: Ttiis Business graduate student grades papers for the professor tie assists. M)o V fefl: ( " chancellor Khayat speaks at a breakfast for O lord and University journalists. Above: This coed takes a break from studying to pose for our camera jj-!?i ' ■■ ' •-■■: 1 :ai EDUCATIOIV Created in 1903, the School of Education is dedicated to the preparation of people for effective leadership and service in school, home, and community. The mission of the school is to prepare skilled professionals who positively and effectively interact with all people regardless of race, culture, gen- der, age, ability and or development level. The School of Education prepares leaders in the areas of teaching, exercise science, lei- sure management, fashion merchandising, dietetics and food service management. I ' iKiK) by Kiite Curlls M JHkk M M ' ' :f ' fSf;fB ■ P ■ ■ J H t irti s Above Right: Rachel Ball types her notes for class. Ahow: Leslie and Meg Numan spend their evening studying. Right: Taking a study break. Matt Mitchell and friend smile for the camera. EDUCATIOIV BEi :: i Dr. James S. Payne f:T ' ' ' ' ■ ■■ simm EIVGIIVEERirVG The University of Mississippi Engineering Sctiool was founded in 1854. Headed by Dean Allie M. Smitii, tlie Ole Miss Sciiool of Engineering is presently tlie oldest school of its kind in the state and this southern ter- ritory. Comprised of six academic depart- ments, the programs offered stress the en- gineering sciences and are based on natural sciences and mathematical concepts. Ad- vancing student career objectives such as medicine, law, or business, the Engineering School has produced many of the nations leaders. « lA msk,- ENGINEERING I ' : r ■ Photo by Kale Curlis Opposite Page. Top: An instruclor attempts to explain ttte intricate dealings of flat files. Opposite Page. Bottom: Kellye Cothin. Haley . ntici. and Preston study hard and flaw a little fun! Above: Sunny Byrd studies in comfort. Dr. Allie M. Smith n L GRADUATE Although the first graduate courses were offered in 1848, the Graduate School at the University of Mississippi was officially established in 1927. Graduate courses leading to a Master ' s degree were offered beginning in 1870, and the first Ph.D. was awarded in 1893. The Graduate School coordinates the degree work of over 1,700 students and the research of over 400 faculty. Graduate programs are offered in 21 M.A. disciplines, 11 M.B. disciplines, 7 designated Master ' s programs (e.g. MBA), three areas of specialization within Education (M.Ed.), and two specialist degrees. The Graduate School offers doctorates in 21 disciplines, including six areas of specialization within Engineering Science. The University of Mississippi ' s sponsored research efforts have grown 318% ft om $7.7 million to over $32 million in the past seven years, a key indication of the institution ' s maturation in quality research. In 1991 , for the first time in its history, The University of Mississippi graduate over 100 doctorates and surpassed $20 million in sponsored research funding. The Graduate School is located in the Old Chemistry Building, and Michael R. Dingerson is the current and seventh Dean. ! niulo by Trey Jiirdiin The nf ' wly rcnovatrrl J.D. Williams library is a haven for studying students. GRADUATE I ' hotd hy LaRue Russell Photo by Trey Jordan Top Left: An emotional graduate student receives tier master ' s degree at tlie commencement services. Above: A graduate student reviews his notes before class ,lir W« Dr. Michael R. Dingerson r LAW The University of Mississippi Scliool of Law is tlie fourtli oldest state- supported law school in the nation. It is fully approved by the American Bar Association and is a long-standing member of the Association of American Law Schools. Recognized for the teaching excellence of its faculty, the School of Law offers an inclusive program of legal education stressing interaction between faculty and students. Lamar Hall, which houses the University of Mississippi Law Center, is one of the best designed and equipped law teaching and research facilities in the country. A unique feature is the moot court area, containing two fully equipped courtrooms, witness and jury rooms, judge ' s chambers, and a videotape viewing room. Designed to meet legal education needs into the next century, Lamar Hall is an impressive facility in which all Mississippians can take pride. I hiilo In irr Jordan A law student takes advantage of a tree moment In studyirtfi in the Ian lihrar}. LAW Pliolii li Ke in Brooks Students take advantage of a beautiful day to study outside. Dr. Louis Westerfield, Jr. r -isa LIBERAL ARTS Founded in 1848 with only four profes- sors, the College of Liberal Arts is the oldest and largest division of the Uni- versity. It offers a broad and com- prehensive course of study including most areas of knowledge in the humani- ties, the fine arts, and the biological, physical, and social sciences. Students seeking a general education may acquire intellectual and civic competition; lay the broad foundation needed for specialized training in law, medicine, theology, and other professional fields; and prepare themselves for advanced study, re- search, and teaching in the humanities, fine arts, and sciences. 3 I B wK fBi J ' i . ' . J M{ m I ' tltili) h) Kiilc V.unis I ' holii b l.iRiif Russell Top Rifiht: This coed records her findirifis in her Icthoraioiy notelmok Hottoni Left: l ah time is fun time for Steven and fiis partner. tiollom Rifiht: These administrators wait to award students their iong awaited degrees. ii%l£ : ' - 1 11 Si MiltlittU HI,!. ! ' LIBERAL ARTS h ' tidlo hv Trev Jnrdiin Dr. H. Dale Abadie Top Left: This undergraduate searches for a good book in the J.D. Williams ' s library ' . Above: This student practices his keyboard skills. r jia PHARMACY The School of Pharmacy, established in 1908, is recognized among the finest pharmacy education institutions in the country. With world class programs in natural products, chemistry, and pharmaceutical marketing, the school has established an outstanding record of achievement in teaching, research, service, and patient care. The professional degree program and the Doctor of Pharmacy degree prepare students for challenging careers in pharmacy practice. Recent program additions include the new Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy degree as well as the long-standing Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Doctor of Philosophy Degrees. Professional pro- gram students are prepared for challenging careers as practitioners in therapeutics management, patient counseling, and medication utilization evaluation. Pharmacists practice in various specialty environments including institutional, geriatrics, pedia- trics, medicine, psychopharmacy, nutritional support, ambulatory care, community pharmacy, long term care, and other emerging areas. In addition to traditional pharmacy practice environments. Graduates find opportunities in various sectors of the pharmaceutical industry, governmental agencies and academia. Pharmacy offers diverse career opportunities in science research, management, marketing, adminis- tration, teaching, service, and patient care. Df PHARMACY I ' hnlii t v Trt ' j Jnni.iti Top Left: Grey Mullins sludies hiivd tn lairn his scirnce. Alxni ' : This undergrad studies hard. Opposite Page, Left: Taking a breath in hash a smile wiiile vorl ing in tlie lal). Opposite I ' age. Kiglil: Research can l e hard work [or our faculty. Dr. Kenneth B. Roberts i , li ' -17 : : I ■ ' iTi iiiiMM Memory Of Dr. Larry DeBord Yearbooks are time capsules that preserve the wacky fashions of the day, faded romances that we thought could never die, and the laughter shared between good friends. They remind us of carefree days when our dreams were bigger than we were and our convictions could not be compromised. They also hold the smiling faces of the people who dedicated themselves to our educations and our futures — the people who, if only for a semester, made us use our brains and question the world around us. One of those people was Dr. Lariy DeBord, Chair and Professor of Sociology. Larry DeBord was originally from Detroit, Mich- igan. He graduated from Lifelong Park High School in 1955 and went on to get his bachelor of arts degree in social science from Morehead State University in 1959. He obtained his mas- ters in educational administration from Morehead in 1962. Larry DeBord successfully completed his educational journey in 1969 when he officially became a doctor. He re- ceived his Ph.D. in sociology from Vanderbilt University. Dr. DeBord put his heart and soul into every- thing he did. He was positive and friendly. He was a strong leader of the university. Chancel- lor Khayat referred to him as " a bright, sensi- tive, loyal leader in the university community. " Dr. DeBord also had a life before Ole Miss. From 1962 to 1965 he was Assistant Profes- sor of Sociology at State University College in Buffalo, N.Y. After that, he had an Assistant Professorship in Sociology at Western Ken- tucky University from 1967-68. From 1968 until he came to Ole Miss, he was Assistant Professor of Sociology at George Peabody Col- lege in Nashville. He began his career at Ole Miss on September 1, 1970. This school year was to be his twenty- fifth. Q S Dr. DeBord was personable in the classroom and turned lectures into enjoyable afternoons of stimulating con- versation. He knew the material he taught and had a talent for teaching it. The Sociology department will never be the same and neither will this campus. There is a silence where a warm and hearty hello used to be. There is an absence that replaces an old familiar face. There is a sleepy classroom that once thrived on the buzz of eager students and the scraping sounds of chalk against a dusty blackboard. Tliere is a hollow breeze that pushes its way down the musty halls of Bondurant. But if we listen with a tender ear, we just might hear the echoes of a man who devoted so much of himself to the integrity of his work and to the love of his family and friends. Then, suddenly, those cold halls will feel warm again. v Henry E. Bass NCPA, Physics, and Astronomy Danny Benjamin Director of Auditing James T. Boone Athletic Director Ralph Braseth Director Teieproduction Resource Center 1 Ulmer T. Bullock Director of Food Services Raleigh Byars Small Business Development Bela J. Chain Director of Personnel t Mary Ann Connell University Attorney Robert P. Cook Engineering CIS Administrators © r Ben McClelland Ottilie Shillig Chair Eric P. Dahl Director of Student Healtii Services John l . Daigle Director of Center of Wireless Communication Michael Danahy Chair of M odern Languages Robert W. Dowdy Comptroller Joseph D. Elmore Director of Student Union George Everett Director of Honors Program William R. Ferris Director of Center for Study of Southern Culture Dewey D. Garner Chair of Pharmacy Administration -4 i 82 ) Adniinistralors 1 I I Jack IN. Garner Bursar Margaret Gorove Chair of Department of Art Linda Goza Director University Writing Center Karen Green [jaw Instruction Robert Hackett Chair Civil Engineering David Hargrove Chair Department of Psychology Monroe Harrison Director of Student Housing Joanne V. Hawks Director of Sarah Isom Center Robert J. Haws Chair of Department of History Administrators ( 83 i nomas G. Hood Director of Financial Aid William Hooper Law Research Instructor Linda L. Hoops Director of Education and Training, NFSMI Glenn Hopkins Cliair of Department of Mathematics Beckett Howorth Director of Admissions and Records ' Samir A. Husni Chair of Department of Journalism Leslie Johnson Director of Mississippi Judicial ( College 1 r _ ' «• ' 1,, -„ 1 ' ' . ' s • " l 1 Alan B. Jones Pharmaceutics Chair Jean kinaid Jones Department of Student Development m M m r 1 © Adniinislralnrs i. ll iBBLV,- Col. Jerry kahler Chair of Department of Naval Science William kiiigeiy Director of Recreational Services Theodore klingen Director of Environmental Safety Bonnie J. Krause Director of University Museum Kerby E. Ladner Director of Bureau of Pharmaceutical Services Lt.Col. Stan Lane Director of Aerospace Studies Deborah E. Love Director of Office of Equal Opportunity Roger K. Lyies Director of Purchasing Gregory Mahler Chair of Department of Political Science Aclminislrators ( 85 J James Mann Dir. of Research and Training Ctr. for Handicapped Josephine Martin Nal. Food Service Management Institute Edwin E. Meeli Dir. of Public Relations and Resource Dev. g mmm Ks-- f Robert A. Moysey lifc. Chair of Department HI H of Classics H ffnH James D. INichols ■ K — Dir. of Bureau of HH H Univ. Planning and 9HHim Instituion Research EsSHR Robert Oesterling BBii Dir. of Continuing H Sj Hfta Studies 9H Ernest Oliver Ole Miss Bookstore Steve Owens Director of University Development Joseph Paolillo Chair of f Management and Marketing ® 86 ) Administrators James F. Payne Chair of African- American Studies Columbus Posey Registrar Ltc. Barry Rhoden Cliair of Military Science John Rodgers Director of Biological Field Station Jeffrey A. Roux Chair of Department of Mechanical Engineering Robert H. Samuels Director of Publishing Center Billie J. Sewell Chair of Department of Social Work Jimmy Shankle Director of Computer Center i olan E. Shepard Director of International Programs 8 Ailmiiiistrators ® r rli i James Shollenberger Chair of Dep. of Theater Arts Robert Sindelar Chair of Dep. of Medicinal Chemistry Charles Smith Chair of Dep. of Electrical Engineering Carolyn E. Staton Asst. Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Andrew Stefan! Chair of Department of Chemistry Michael Stewart Chief of University of Police Dep. Peter C. Sukanek Chair of Dep. of Chemical Engineering Robert Thome Dir. of Center for Archaeological Research Judith D. Trott Dean Of Students 11 i 4 ® Administrators ' i ii Ronald Vernon Chair of Department of Music Theopolis Vinson Dir. of Field and Lab Experience Bill West Director of Jones Language Lab Daniel Williams Chair of Department of English Max W. Williams Director of Center for Population Studies David E. Willson Director of University Bands INorman Womer Chair of Department of Economics James Woolsey Director of MS h Mineral Resources 4 Institute % S. GaleDenley General Manager, - " Student Media Center Administrators ® Chancellor Turner said his farewell along nith the class of 1995. He spoke at the convocation liefore taking over as President of SoutJtern Methodist iinn-ersity in Texas. Whether it takes three years or six. graduation is the goal that students strive for. The joy of that moment is obvious. The day has finally come! © Classes (J Whether fresh from high school or coming back to tackle college af- ter the real world, classes are the focus of life in college. The Uni- versity offers a variety of majors and classes that prepare students for a quickly changing future in the 21st century. 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Sharon Rico Rena I ra Tiffany Rigdon Gulfport Jessica Risher Natchez Maril Faith Risher Enterprise Melissa Ritts Holly Springs Brian Robbins Myrtle Arnedra Roberson Pontotoc Lesli Roberts Tennessee Ou U n Class of 1997 ® Kenneth Robertson Oxford Martin Rodders [ ' (intotoc Renee Rodrisue Biiindon Hart Rogers Tupelo Rirhelle Roling I nhersity Scott Ronsel Louisiana Stephanie Rone Ail ansas Alyssa Rowland Cliarieston Dianne Rushing University Michelle Sanchez Oxford Michael Schumacher Georgia Brad Scolt Myrtle Mary Seago Oxford William Scale Virginia ancev Seibcrt Natchez Lauri Sellers Ijiuiislana Vipal Shah I niversity Reshma Shaiiku University Mark Shaw Waterford David Sheard University J % Q % Q 0 A ' Jammin ' Melanie Shelor Kansas Jayson Shell on Jackson I.yno Shillingrord Uni ( Msit Mahala Shillingrord Uominica ,132 Class of 1997 Melanie Simpson Louisiana iliimio Singleton ' IVniic ssee Roosevell Skerill Dominica Aiiakin Skv«alkor Tennessee Ani Smith Brookhaven kiniberi Smith 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Briley University Jill Brissenden Illinois Heather Brock Columbus IVIelissa Brooks Tennessee Genna Broussard Starkville Christi Brown Mantachie Jason Brown Texas Lo Rnnda Brown Clarksdale Klmberly Browning New Albany . niy Bryant Horn Lake John Bub Oxford Denny Bubrig Arkansas Tracy Buford Oxford Doug Buglewicz Vicksburg Brandy Bullard Tennessee Brad Bumgamer Brookhaven John Bumham Greenwood Sef€c n Class of 1996 (l37 Christy Burns Soiitliaven Jennifer Bushong Virginia Kelvin Buller Pontotoc Tonya Byniim Oxford Canidra Cage Walls Erin Camp Alabama IVlicliael Campbell Natchez Richard Campbell Winona Ashley Canlanese Louisia na Emily Carlson Ocean Springs Beth Carmichael University Cotena Carothers Taylor Fran Carter Tupelo Jonathan Carter Oxford IVlichael Casey Holly Springs Elizabeth Cassagne Carriere Chris Champion Senatobia Camille Chatham Nesbit Annie Cheng University Kelly Chernekoff Oxford Siau-Hwee Chew University Ahkeong Chia University Hai Chiang Taiwan Marlow Childs University Lian Chin University Angela Chinery Oxford I ormand Chouinard Biloxi Andrea Chrestman Holly Springs Regan Christopher Louisiana llui-Jung Chuang liniversity Jami Clark Ocean Springs Lois Clark Oxford Shawn Clayton Potts Camp Bradford Cobb Tunica Rebecca Cochran Tennessee Crislal Cody Tupelo ,138 Class of 1996 Haley Collier Waterfoid Starey Collins Tennessee Donald Comfort Hazelhurst Belli Comnier Giilfport Angela Conley University Brad Courts Oxford Christi Cowsert Randoipii Tanuny Coyle Water Valley Don Crablree Virginia Ken Crain Tennessee Dawn Crass Tupelo Amy Crawford Lake Kenneth Crawford III Taylorsville Barbra Creager Madison Steven Creasy Oxford Brian Credille Belmont Brian Crider Nesbit Theodore Crocco Jr. Oxford Christi Cruse Pontotoc Susan Culbreath Coldwater Lala Dando Oxford Brand! Daniel Madison Ashley Davis Oxford Larice Davis University Mary Davis University Steven Davis New Albany Susan Davis Arkansas Kelly Day Tennessee Eniiko Dean Oxford Robb Delleo Virginia Lisa Deloach Illinois John Denley Charleston IMichelle Derrick Oxford Connie Dew lit Oxford Dick Dickerson Oxford Todd Dickerson Oxford Seftc % Class of 1996 139 Elizabeth Dickerson Hattiesburg Dhiraviya Dirauiyam Oxford Dccna DoddsTexas Bess DodgeTupelo Marguerite Dohan Bailey Steplianie Dooley Utica IVlacon Dukes Gulfporl IVlarissa Ducan Ripley Kimberlie Dunn Wiggins Tawanw Duren Oxford Erika Dyer Long Beach lUmberly Easterling Picayune William Eaton Alabama Robbie Edgar Oxford Dawn Edge Fulton Micliael Elder New Albany Todd Ellison Madison Eric Enchelmayer Arkansas Damon Evans Oxford Susan Evans Jackson Scott Everett Oxford Patrick Fairley Oxford Peter Fan University Fazlay Faruque Bangladesh Tracy Felts Greenville Anne Ferrer Louisiana Bunny Findley Ridgeland Courtney Finley Tenessee Leah Flanders Vicksburg Cameron Flowers Jackson Jennifer Fogle Georgia Cindy Fong Webb Larry Force University Otis Fox University Camisha Freeman Water Valley Jill Freeman University ,140 Class of 1996 Shannon Fyfc Aberdeen Mark Gables University Kli abf 111 Cabrielly Arizona Brandy Gamblin Piiiladelphia Mary Gamer Batesville Neffie Galewood Holly Springs Piiyatida GatePan University Michael Center Louisiana John Gerrie University Bradford Gifford Georgia Dorothy Gibbons Louisiana Stephanie Gillespie Thaxton Micah Ginn Virginia Monroe Ginn University John Glicco Meridian Tonya Glover Oxford John Gotf University Kimberly Golden Tenessee Barbara Goldston Florida Kimberly Goss Conehatta Jason Graeber Ciarksdale Chris Graham Florence Karen Gray Oxford Jason Greener Oxford Ronald Gregg Louisiana Angele Gregory Florida Dwayne Griffin Columbus Ne ' Tarsha Griffith Ruieville Marii Gross Oxford Holly Grubbs New Albany Bart Gunkel Kentucky Jeana Cunn Georgia Paul Gunnoe California Ka Ta Gutierrez Hazlehurst Troy Gunther Louisiana Emily Ha Ocean Springs Sc(€i n Class of 1996 (141 Tom Hadley Indiana Sally Hairc Batesville Laura Hale Oxford Mclodye Hall-IVoian University Beverly Hamblin Oxford Suzanne Hainillun Louisiana IVlelissa Hammock F ' ascagoul; Erica Hardaway Holly Springs Scott Hardee Waynesboro Kristen Harrell Oxford Robin Harrigili Natchez Brent Harrinian Tennessee Aaron Harris Jackson Jennifer Harris Magee William Harvey Biloxi i - p ' Hanley Hasselline Jaclsson Bridgett Hatcocli Oxford Paul Head Alabama Dirck Heckiiig (Jeorgia Samantha Henson Michigan Jason Herron K ' Ues ilie eeli Hester nguilla Steven Hesler Pontotoc Annette Hickey Ntw Alban 142) Class of 1996 IVlarhe Ili Kiisoii Ciirrolltun Vvelle lli iiiholloiii Mathiston Sroll lli ;(iiis Louisiana alasliii Hiss Oakdale Jessica Hill Oxford Wing Ho llniversity Kirhard Hodum Corinth ( ' ,ourtiie Hollingsworth McComb Wendy Hollingsnorth Taylor Jeremy Holmes Tylertown Richard Holmes Tylertown Tina Homan Tupelo Danne HoneycuU Oxford Tricia Hopson Lyon Joni Horn Ridgeland Kelli Hosey Oxford Dawn Hovas Winona Allyson Howe Water Valley Marilyn Hubbard (Corinth David Hunt Columbus Kllioll llulchcraft Oxford Jaime Jackson Southaven Jennifer Jackson University Stephen Jackson University Se con Class of 1996 143 Russ Jennings Pearl Dana Jenkins Corinth Sandra Jell Horn [jake Michael Joe Jackson Anna Joiinson Tylertowii Annmarie Joiinson Kansas Corie Johnson Tylertown Holly Johnson Arkansas Jana Johnson Rienzi Margaret Johnson Oxford Rebecca Johnson Osyka Rich Johnson University Walter Johnson University Warren Joiinson Alabama William Johnson Bates 1ile Dena Johnson Ixiurel Jonna Jones Maryland Michael Jones Winona Sandra Jones Philadelphia Stacy Jones Houston Stacy Jones Falcon Terri Jones Grenada Jason Jordan Como Ajith Joseph University Neoykee Joseph Oxford Kimberly Kalb Georgia Azret Kalmykov University IVamrala Kaul University Kian Seng Ke University Kimberly Keller Corinth Jeffrey Kelly Blue Springs John Keniiey Louisiana David Kent Jackson John Kerr Olive Branch Sarah Key Arkansas David Keys Georgia 144 Class of 1996 John Kim Greenwood John kimbrough Houston Thomas King fVtal Pivawadec Kitlilvaroonchit University Sarah Kloud Oxford Sherjl Koontz University Andrea Korncgay Batesvilie John Korybski Soutli Carolina Kimberlv Kraft Tennessee Chin Wee Kua University Rebecca Ladd Tennessee Brian Laird iJttle Rock Deanna Lamb Hernando Menssa Lancaster Corintti Bryna Landers Alabama Frank Layton H ' Alabama Sarah Lavers Soulhaven Jennifer Lawrence BoonevUle Eabert LeBlanc Wisconsin DeShandra Lee Greenville Deste Lee Pearl Khai-Fatl Lee Malaysia Thad Lee Hattiesburg Brand! Leggett Grenada Meridith Leggett Arlcansas Leilani Leath Ocean Springs Jenifer Lemmen Bloomfield Hills Deborah Lemmons Oxford Henry Leonard Georgia Brook Lester Clinton Mary Levi Tennessee Li-Jung Li Oxford Lai-Lin Lim Malaysia Mci-yun Lin University Ken Lissner Oxford Yew-Loong Liong University Se Uon Class of 1996 (145] Ling Liu University Glenda Liuzza Louisiana Marii Livingston Olive Brancii Molly Logan Alabama Cheryl Lollcy Gulfpoi l Carissa Long Universit Colleen Long Soutliaven Janet Long iul a Jody Long Oxford James Lott Hattiesburg Leslie Lott Vicl sburg Teresa Lotterhos Tennessee Renae Louis University Thomas Loupe Texas Milton Lovell Ai kansas Belden Love Charleston Caroline Love Greenwood Charlotte Lowe Oxford Julie Lowe Oxford Long-Chuam Lu University Chris Lucas University Malt Lupton Texas Monira Magill Burnsville Jeff Magruber University Christy Mahan Ecru Nickie Malone University Stacy Marshall University Darrell Marlinek Illinois Brad Mason IV Uni ersity Melanie Massengill Hirkoo Flat Sallie Massengill Ulckoi-y Flat Beth Massey Oxford Jill Malkins New Albany Jason Matlox (lorinl Kathleen May Jai kson Hal Mayo t)xlori 146 Class of 1996 Tara McCallum Missouri John McCaiin Columbus Frager McCline I nl eisity Jason McConncll Tennessee Thomas Maag Illinois Scolt Malone Alabama Tisha MrCorkIc Columbus Traccy McCraw Ellisville Kirsten McDanicI Tennessee Celeste McDowell Starkville Julie McEachern Louisiana Marietta McElroy Oxford Aaron McEwen Oxford Sandra McGregor Batesxille Melanie McRay Holly Springs Brock McAMiirter Pontotoc James Means II Oxford Jennifer Medley Gulfport Joellen Meiti Illinois Betty Meredith Senalobia Laura Milling Oxford Amanda Minis Greenwood Timur Mirzoez University Sarah Misner Tennessee David Mize Florida Jennifer Moak Clinton Tania Moe Ocean Springs Jenny Monroe Newton Alfreda Moody Oxford Rita Moody CoffeevHle Christa Moore New Albany Darren Moore New Albany Jennifer Moore Iniversity Jennifer kitchens Oxford olanda Moore Port Gibson Orlando Morales Pearl Scftco t Class of 1996 Jameson Morcau Oxford Amy IVIorchcad Tupelo Stephanie Morgan Okolona Jeremy Morris Moss Point Lee Monis Grenada IVicolle Monow Gulfport Pam Morrow Horn Lake Janet Moss Tenessee Rajesliwar Motheram University Kyron Motion California Donna Mullen Belzonl Mandy Mullen Georgia Lisa Mullins Nesbit Ann Munn Alabama Leigh Myatt Tenessee Chesley l ance Carrington Erin Nance Illinois Kilstie Nanney Dumas Jada Neal Mantee Monroe ! eal Jr. Waynesboro Robert Neely Bentonia Sherridan IVelly Texas Josh Nelson California Lori Nelson Brandon Tanya Nelson Pontotoc Quang Nguyen California Margaret Noble Alabama ' ' rS...Min Noel Noble Columbia Dana ODonnell Louisiana Angela Oliver Tenessee Bethany Oliver Oxford Hiann-Keong Ong University Josh Parham Oxford Panya oppakllnwiiai Thailand Melissa Parish Amoiy Candy Parlier Oxford Shannon Parlier Corinth Brandi Parlies Deratur Jennifer Pasquale Bruce Jaymini Palel Oxford Lvdia Palerson Oxford Belh Patterson Ijouisiana Adriana Patton Oxford Angela Paul ( orintii Michelle Paul Brandon Amanda Payne Olive Branch Daniela Payne Oxford Jason Payne Jackson Rick Peacor Oxford Cheryl Peaves Abbeville Chris Person Oxford Tliomas Peede Oxford Grelchen Peitz Vaughan John Pender ill Tennessee Fernado Perez University Carolyn Peters Tupelo Vn ela Phillips Horn Lake Brian Pickering Natchez Amy Pietrowski University Morgan Poe Inverness Erick Poff Ashland John Powell Mount Olive Shannon Provenchcr Florida James E»ulling Jr. Virginia Emily Purifoy Tenessee Jeffrey Pursel Oxford keli Quinn Water Valley Javed Rahman Bangladish Scftc n Class of 1996 (149 Melody Rains Booneville Suzann Rand le Blue Springs Kevin Raper Duck Cassandra Ratliff Duck Hill Troy Ray Oxford Cliris Reirhle Oxforii Rebecca Replo ue Arkansas Ashle) Reynolds Arkansas Penny Rice Oakland Kris Riddle Oxford Timothy Rigdon Oxford Richie Roaten Oxford William Roberson Greenwood Kendra Roberts Coliimhiis Wilson Roberts Oxford y0!A€Q ' ' A 0! %io " A Q ' ' A ' ' ' Connie Robertson Arkansas Kiniberly Robertson Illinois Shelly Robertson Tennessee Leigh Robinson 01i e Branch oel Rogers Taylors ille Renee Rogers Florida Slacy Roniine Soutlunen Matt Root McConib Kristen Rose lx)uisiana ,150 Cl. ' issnf 1996 Illiziibelh Ross Ridseland Chris Rousseau Saltillo Alice Roussel Biandon katliy Ronaii Seiiatobia Brian Row ell Texas Lareeca Rurker Etta Michael Rue Alabama Robert Rushing T lerto Mi Frederick Russell Oxford Janii Russell Illinois Michael Russ Jackson Kniy Rutland Olive Branch Siao-Hoong Sam Uni ersity Lauren Samford Texas Pamela Sanders Horn Like Betsy Saul Purs is Peng Say I ni ersity kristen Schonberg Louisiana Gail Schueth University Robin Sears Oxford Ralph Sebrell Jackson Katie Sellers Grenada Kristi Senler Belmont Melissa Senter Alabama Se(tc n Class of 1996 151 Edgar Serrano Dumas Lisa Scwell Clarksdale Jenny Seymour Tennessee Deep Sharma University Rashid Sheikh University Raja Shekharan University IVIelissa Shivers Oxford Megan Shoemaker Bay Springs Texie Shotts University Michael Sicuro Biloxi Rebecca Sides Dundee Elizabeth Silva Louisiana Craig Simm Samrail Sharon Simmons Jackson Thomas Simpson Fernwood Michael Sloan Petal Chad Smith Tennessee Christy Lynn Smith Louisiana Holly Smith Oxford Lance Smith Greenwood Marcie Smith Pontotoc Mary-Ouida Smith Oxford Morton Smith Corinth Rachel Smith Beaumont Stacey Smith Tennessee Tim Smith Ecro Elizabeth Smotherman Tennessee iilci ' ie Slarks University Kli ' .abrlh Stevens Tennessee Trari Stokes Gulli ort Allan Stubblerield Southaven Jimmy Sukes Indianola Jo Sullivan [;aiirel Catherine Supple Oxford Jennifer Supple Oxford William Tackelt lV]arl s Ye-! ee Tan Malaysia Douglas Taurel Texas William Tayloe Tennessee James Taylor Viclcsburg Joseph Teh Meng-Chuan University , rtur Temborov University Poonkulali Thangavelu University James II. Thigpen Jacl son Cathy Thompson Coldwater Jark Tliomas Gulfport Joanne Thomas Greenville Rebecca Thomas Jackson Melissa Thompson Louisville Terrie Thompson New Albany Terry Thompson Tennessee Trent Tliompson Fulton Jeff Tillman Tennessee Michele Tibbs Wiggins Shannon Todaro Biloxi Dominique Tominello Oxford Angus Tong University Ginger Tongue Tupelo Percv TowTies Charleston Jami Tranum Olive Brancti Collin Travis Picayune Shannon Tucei Biloxi Steplianie Turgeon Louisiana Se Ua t Class of 1996 153 IVIincasa Turner Myrtle Elizabeth Tuttle Louisiana Karen llmfress Tupelo Phong Van University Jennie Vance Pliiiadelphia Leigh Vandiver Jacl son Richard Vaughn Acl ernian Lori Waddell New Albany Suzanne Waidon Walnut Brian Wallier Oxford Shonnie Walker Coldwater James Wailver Jr. Alabama Triphinia Wallace New York Consuelo Walley Waynesboro Deidra Walters Laurel Anne Walton New York Jason Walton Oxford Randall Walton Florida Anita Wang Malaysia Julie Warner Tennessee Carrie Washington Corinth Timothy Wattigay Louisiana Daria Weatherbee Rien .i Ronald Weatherlly Oxford Becky Webb Amoiy Katherine Webster Tennessee Larry Weeden University Hl . Tyson Wegman Florida Christopher Welch Mendenhall Jimmie Wells Ox fort Keena Wesson Corinth Stewart. West Jackson Mitchell Whaley Ackerman Bo White Tennessee Geoff While Vii Nancy White Pascagoula ,154 Class of 1996 Taiiicka Wiilc Grenada Tonya HTiitc Mantee Ed VVhilt Florida Derrick Whitlington Natchez William Wigington New Hebron Bart Wilbanks Oxford Rebecca Wilder Wisconsin Tyson Wilkinson Oxford Haley Williams Balesviile John Williams Oxford Michael Williams Virginia Tasha Williams Clarlcsdale Tina Williams Nesbil Tim Williamson Collins Sasha Willis Ptiiladelphia Brian Wilson Natchez David Wilson Connecticut KalhryTi Wilson Batesville David Winler [jouisiana Shauna Wolfe Cascilla Kcllie Womble Grenada Miew-Sum University Tom Wong Oxford James Wood South Carolina Tad Wood Tennessee Tina Wood Guntown Polly Woods Olive Branch David Wright Verona Melanie Wright Water Valley Chee-You Wu University Shanon Wyrosdick Gulfport VVenhai Yang University Hong Yan-Sze Oxford Dennis Yates Alabama Jennifer Yates Alabama Mike Yawn University Scftca i Class of 1996 (155 J Clieri oung Arkansas kiiii oiing McCoinh Tommy Voiiiig South Ha eii Mary Davis Tennessee Brandon Zagsl Kosriuskd Robin Zepponi Leiand Si y Seniors p% Li ii)ti i)fl i iiujHis liiis ils lips ,111(1 ilinma. These airls used In lliink li:i inu iiiir ii»ii Ulrlien :is ,iii up . . . iiunbe not. .1 r 156 Class of 1996 Sabr Ahmed Gracl.. Oxford Giniiamrio Aleo Grad., University Tonii Allen Grad.. F earl Sail! Anderson Grad., Yazoo City Ashley Barmettler Grad.. University Aslrid Baker Grad., University Elizabeth Blllin slea Grad., O.xford Debra Bonaniinio Grad., Pennsylvania Lakatria Lashay Bonens Grad.. Houston David A. Box Grad.. Grenada Christopher Burrows Grad.. Missouri Sui-Fen Chang Grad.. University Aaron Cedolia Grad., University Dina Courtney Pliarm., Forest Kim Currie Pharm., Raleigh Kaye Dearman Ptiarm., Quitman .Anthony Dilollo Grad., Washington Lydia Kdwards Pharm.. Petal Hesham Elmahdy Grad., University Raghuram Gatamaneni Grad., University Pradeep Ghimire Grad.. University Kedar Gokhale Grad., University Pam Graham Pharm,, Jackson Kim Griffin Pharm,, Decatur Jing Guo Grad.. University Carter Haines Pharm.. Missouri Kendall Harris Grad., Oxford Lee Harrison Grad., Big Creek Tonya Hedgepeth Pharm., Missouri Virginia Hill Grad., University Shirley Hogan Pharm., Jackson Jennifer Hollingsworth Pharm,, Raleigh Chad Hutchinson Grad,, Oxford Chen-Pei Hwang Grad., University Yun-Ying Hwang Grad,, University Henry Irving Grad,, Oxford T n U€4 ca t€iC to n 4i Graduale Pharmacy (157 Dianna Jue Pharm., Indianola Lotario Jointer Grad.. Illinois Byron Jenkins Grad.. University Bangor kanuniuru Grad., University Sylvester Kilgore. Jr. Grad.. Holly Springs Dearyong Kim Grad.. South Korea Jeff King Pharm., Mize Heplizibah Kumpaty Grad.. University Samanth Knie Pharm., Columbus Susan Lambert Grad., Wesson Kristen Lee Pharm., Olive Branch See-Seong Lee Grad., Malaysia Seunglioo Lee Grad.. University Yining Li Grad., University Clien Ling-Cliuan Grad., University Anesli Madapoosi Grad., University Louis Malfait Grad., Oxford Dilip Marda Grad.. University Tracy May Grad., University Michael McLendon Grad., University Barbara McLine Grad., University Richard McNeer Grad., Greenwood K. B. Melear Grad.. Louisiana Michelle Mellenger Pharm., Kentucky Susan Meriwether Grad., Oxford Tara Mir Pharm., McComb Patty Misskelley Pharm.. North Carrollton Ashraf Mondal Grad.. University Patricia Mounce Grad.. Oxford Allison Mull Grad., University Jason Nabors Grad., University Jason Ong Grad., University ,158] Graduate Pharmacy IVlark Riolicy Grad., New Albany Laurie Rislicr Pharm.. Forest Vicenlc Rkodriguez-Perey Grad.. Oxford Andrew Roesell Grad.. Virginia IVirmalya Sen Grad., University Priya Sliantharaj Grad.. University Monica Stevens Pharm., Kosclusico Steve Striclier Grad.. University Yeung-Ki Suit Grad., University Yun-Sen Tan Grad.. Oxford karen Thomas Grad., University Dusty Thompson Grad.. University Lisa Trotter Grad.. Greenwood , ' Vrun llbale Grad., University Sonya Upton Grad., Tupelo Traci Vance Pliarm., Stari vilie Doru Velea Grad.. University Sridhar Venlvatesan Grad., University Joseph Vigil Grad.. Louisiana Glenn VVadsworth Grad.. Oxford Pearl Wales Pfiarni.. Jackson John Wallace Grad., Michigan Glenn Waller Grad., Oxford Haibo Wang Grad., University Tina Welch-Dancer Pharm.. Jackson Andrew Wells Grad., University Dawei Wen Grad., University Michelle Wliitt Grad , Oxford Nancy Wood Grad.. Tennessee Wanhong Wu Grad., University Wei-Shi Wu Grad., University Xlaodong Yang Grad., University Prakash Yarlagadda Grad.. University Jeffrey Zanzig Grad., Alabama T uUe couaC ne fi t Graduate Pharmacy (159 I The mfe of Franklin D. Williams accepts the Post- humous Award for her husband. Mr. II i ' i. mis was the founder and principal vocalist ofrlic award winning Mississippi Mass Choir and won manv awards throughout his long musical career. Charles Barkley. an NBA star and player for the Phoeni.x Suns, spoke to a crowd of around 1.000 at Tad Smith Coliseum on October 5. Kellie Lewis accepts the crown as 1996 Miss Uni- versity. ,160 DIsllnction f ' :- » ' ■ ' o v . .4 $ o Every student at 0 e Miss is special, yet some are marked witli lionor. Tlie people who give a little more, make a change and strengthen others around them are the faces that grace the honors programs or are chosen to represent the student body. Students who lead at Ole Miss are the men and women who will lead the world into the 2 1 st century. -by Jonna Jones- 1 62 Miss Ole Miss and Colonel Keb Dottie Gibbons Dottie Gibbons is tfic dcoiqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Cartan L. Gi66ons of New Oricans, Louisiana. 5 fie fia5 a 4.0 graie point average in Elementary Ecfucation. At Oie Miss, Dottie has been a member in Kappa Ddta Pi, Who ' s Who, Phi Kappa Pfti, Omuron DeCta Kappa, Mortar Boarct, Order of Omega, Golden Key, and Lambda Siqma. As a member of Chi Omega sorority, Dottie has been active as Pkdqe Trainer, Assistant Pledge Trainer, Model Pledge, and Pledge Class Presitfent Dottie fias aiso been on ASB and SPB committees. ,jjj(lt» ' " " w j Bki ■ . i 1 1 ] 11 ,,.jtiji biM J ii l ' ■ — — -f L flj H H — r— Sii ' M .jmmMH H B , It? y «b _ -i»i V ■ ■i M Photos by Julie McEachem Drew Watson Colonel Reb for 1995 is Drew Watson, son of Mr. anif Mrs. Pad Watson of Montgomery, Alabama. Drew is a senior majoring in Accounting. His leadership invoCvement inciudes ASB Cabinet Director of 5tudent Life, ASB Senator, Cfiairman of the Finance Committee, and Vice President of the IPC. He is a member of Order of Omega, Golden Key Notionaf Honor Society. Drew is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and has served as Presiffent and Pledge Educator. Miss Ole Miss and Colonel Reb 1 63 Ok MiU Fm oKttek Front Row Left to Right: Rebecca Thomas, Amanda Gaston, Elizabeth Dickson, Nicole Stofer. Back Row Left to Right: Chad Long, Chad Greer. Will McCraney, Rich Johnson. Not Pictured: Rainey Chancellor and Paul Gregory. tea, 3 ieW( HMmdob haitbft Amanda is a senior elementary education major from Meridian, Mississippi. Wliile attending Ole Miss she lias served as Associate Director of the Student Programming Board. Amanda tias also been involved in Kappa Delta Pi and Golden Key National Honor Society. She has been on the Dean ' s Honor Roil and has been chosen as a member of Who ' s Who Among University Students. Amanda is a member of Chi Omega Sorority. 164) Favorites ® Ok Mm, Fca tffi k lebecca, a senior from Jackson, Mississippi, is a BFA in he Visual Communications major. She lias been involved 7 ASB committees, Order of Omega and Golden Key. he is also a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. WiMMcOmmi Will is a senior biology major from Jackson, Mississippi. He is a memljer of Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Golden Key, and Order of Omega honoraries. Will is also a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the pre-med honor society. He has been on the Dean ' s Honor Roll three semesters and the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll for one semester. As a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, he served as model pledge. Corresponding Secretary, Rush Chairman, and President. Ckad L Ot(0 Chad Long is a senior majoring in marketing from Tupelo, Mississippi. As a member of the ASB. he has served as Director of Student Life, Chairman of the Student Advisory Committee. Chairman of the Elections Supervisory Committee, and Vice President of the Elections Committee. He has also participated in RUE and intramurals. As a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity, Chad has been model pledge, Chairman of the Executive Committee, and Vice President. Oh MiU Foj cAltei EhaheOt Olckm Elizabeth is a senior from Hattisburg, Mississippi. She is majoring both in English and psychology. While at Ole Miss Elizabeth has been involved in the Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Order of Omega, Sigma Tail Delta Honorary, Psi Chi Honorary. She has been on the Chancellor ' s and Dean ' s Honor Roll. As a member of Delta Delta Delta, she has served as president. aim Cimce Rainey is a senior from Meridian, Mississippi. She is majoring in English with a minor in sociology. She has been involved in ASB and SPB committees while at Ole Miss. Rainey is a member of Kappa Delta sorority. Nicole, a senior from Houston, Texas, is a political science major. She is a member of Order of Omega and has served as an officer in her sorority. Phi Mu. She has also been active in the ASB, serving as a Senator, cabinet member, and as President. if r; ' T Oie, MiU Fai oi(itei Clad mm Chad is a senior majoring in insurance risk managment from Hendersonville, Tennessee. Wliile at Ole Miss Ctiad has been involved in ASB committees as well as participating in intramurals. He has also served as Vice President of his fraternity, Sigma Nu. Paid Gmgofuj Paul, a senior from Tunica, Mississippi, is majoring in business with a emphasis in Marketing. He is a member of RUF. Paul has also taken a part in intramurals. He has served as a fraternity rush counselor, and has also served as a fraternity officer for Sigma Chi. RlcJt JoiMlm Rich is a broadcast journalism major ffom New Orleans, Louisiana. At Ole Miss Rich has been actively involved in ASB committees as well as serving as Vice President. He has also served in the United States Navy. Rich is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. add riiJ (S ' rdilri KgIH Lewis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William Lewis of Petal, Mississippi, was crowned Miss University in February of 1995. Before becoming Miss University, Kelli was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar l3oard, Order of Omega, and Golden Key Honor Society. She is a senior Pharmacy major. Kelli was also Phi Gamma Delta Sweetheart and a Top Ten Beauty in 1995. She is a member fMJJelta Gamma Sorority. 168) Mfes University 19«[ . i add Diii (g [pdalr Karen Evans Smith, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans Smith of Oxford is this year ' s reigning Miss University. She is a sophomore majoring in Music and specializing in piano performance. She is a member of || Westminister Fellowship and Delta Delta Delta sorority. Miss Univcrsily 1996 (169 add UQK urn i if n Ms. Alexander, a freshman majoring in mariceting, placed second runner-up at the District of Mississippi Miss Blacl : and Gold Pageant. She is an active student at Ole Miss. Ms. Alexander participates in the Univeristy of Mississippi Gospel Choir and the Black Student Union. She is also a member of St. John ' s Catholic Church. , ,. Miss IMiick iind (iold Li •(S-oojiIra •oaini Most Beautiful en unmons eiJkcmij Umxiixm teste , r i en ' oinm SJ%,, B5 " oucey teen omecoimajn ' ueen 995 Heamer JyicEwe ' v Ur lyyb Oomecoinnimg v ourt v atJk liscoFti cenes iroin]! 1995 lo me CO mm ' Homecoming ® fl iall of rame Jason ©ailey 176) I ' lil ui r.illlC Dcnnij Subrig jiaW of jFame Bmilij Carlson Jami Clark Hall of Fame (177 r tall of Pame Sunnij rindleij e M rif Fame Srook £cster %a of Fame Nicole Stoffer tjan Senter Hall of Fame (179 ao s lOho I Jeffery Edward Aycock Houma, LA Fraternity President Golden Key ROTC Pi Sigma Alpha Mortar Board Erin Elizabeth Baca Albuqueque, NM AMA Sigma Iota Epsilon Teaching Assistant Graduate Student Association Hoda S. Baeslien University, MS Golden Key Phi Eta Sigma French Government Prize Pi Delta Phi lOCW Jason Lynn BaUey Southaven, MS ASB Senator ASB Director Golden Key Gamma Beta Phi College Republicans Anthony Jason Balcer Ruth Elizabeth Bartling Dennis Lee Bubrig II Jackson, MS Pocahontas, AR Newman Scholar Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key 3.9 GPA Lambda Sigma ASB Attorney General Pi Sigma .Alpha Wesley Foundation Phi Beta Lambda Ambassador Hernando.MS Mortar Board Phi Kappa Phi 3.97 GPA ODK Ambassador IDho ' s Who 8, lien lis Emily Sue Carlson Ocean Springs, MS 4.0 GPA Hcs rv FiiimiLition Olr Miss Hm! T{iy!ur .Mcdolist Jami Clark Ocean Springs, MS 3.96 GM Phi Kappa Phi .■ SB Ambassador Golden Key Not Pictured Lawrence Murry Coco Jackson, MS Order of Omega Phi Kappa Phi 3.93 GPA R.U.F Jason Hugh Ruston Comley Murrieta, CA Army ROTC 3.75 GPA Cadets Commander Aikido Club Cynthia Ann Dantone Madison, MS ASB - Secretary Phi Kappa Phi Pre- Law Society Phi Eta Sigma- President 3.84 GPA Barbara Lyn Creager Madison, MS Golden Key Phi Eta Sigma Alpha Lambda Delta Phi Delta Chi SEA Ids Murray Dehmer jH Jackson, MS 1 Im Sigma Chi - President Lambda Sigma - President ODK Phi Kappa Phi ASB Senator " Hfi||£ £ 9.1 1 ' slOho Oliver Fredrick Doughtie Memphis, Tennessee Phi Eia Sigma Phi Kappa Phi Beta Alpha Psi Golden Key Carol Belli Findley Rigeland, Mississippi 3.91 GPA Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key ASB ODK Sharon Kay Eldridge DeKalb. Mississippi Phi Thcia Kappa Mu Alpha Theta Sigma Sigma Mu Tau Tracy Anne Felts Greenville, Mississippi Rebel Recruiters College Republicans Charles E, Kerg Award SPB Courtney Dean Finley Collierville, Tennessee Sorority President ASB Top Ten Beauty ' AMA Model Active tan i( .IswifDn Ukk ta ' sfl«»f I ot Pictured Elizabeth Anne Gabrielly Sun Lai es, Arizona Angelia - Editor ASB SPB Ambassador Rel)el Recruiter Carl Andrew Garner III Norcross, Georgia Mortar Board - President ODK ASB Order of Omega Golden Key IDho ' s lOho p Felts ii «i«i[tpi I Dean wssee I Amanda Hale Gaston Meridian. Mississippi Associate Director SPB Kappa Delta Pi Golden Key Dean ' s Honor Roil Jason Stribling Greener Ridgeland. Mississippi ASB Judicial Chainmm Fraternity Fledge Educator Golden K( ' ODK Alpha Lambda Delia Virginia Smitli Gautier Madison, Mississippi Moot Court Board Member Phi Delta Phi Law School Student Body American hms of Court mt Pictured Dorotliy Sanders Gibbons New Orleans. Louisiana 4.0 GPA Miss Ole Miss Phi Kappa Phi ASB Elizabeth Laura Lee Hale Jeanette Gunn Oxford, Mississippi Macon, Georiga Order of Omega College Republicans Golden Key Wall Street South Beta Gamma Sigma Phi Kappa Phi ODK Academic Excellence Award Order of Omega Lambda Sigma NeTarsha Griffith Ruleville, Mississippi Phi Delta Chi Alpha Epsilon Delta Helping Hands Award National Dean ' s List 7 ' ;ho ' s lOho Thomas Kristopher Harrell Morton, Mississippi 3.8857 GPA Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key Wesley Founrlatinn Steven Lee Hester Pontotoc. Mississippi 3.93 GPA Phi Kappa Phi Eta Kappa Nu Taylor Medalist Chancellors Scholar Paul James Head Birmingham, Alabama UM Footl)all Team FCA M Chil) Team Captain Charles Robert Heflin Piano, Texas ASB Senator Mortar Board Ofhcer Golden Key President Rush Counselor Winn Elliot Hutchcraft Paris, Kentucky 3.94 GPA Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key Taylor Medalist Eta Kappa Nu Brad Lamar Jennings ( ollicrville, Tennessee Lambda Sigma Golden Ke Mpha Epsilon Delia liela licta Beta Kii. ' ih Counselor Jonna Michele Jones Lusby, Maryland Ole Miss . nniiai - Editor Kel)el Kadio III LMBand Concert Band iiMdwh Thoffl Petal, Pictured ' ilHelliD Stacy LalVell Jones Houston, Mississippi if Phi Beta Lambda ' Rebel Dan . Team 1 ' SPB ij Unity Committee Stacy J. Jones Alplia Epsilon Delta Golden Key ODK Gamma Beta Phi ASB Falcon, Mississippi ASB Golden Key Gamma Beta Phi NASA Scholar Carrie D. King Jonesboro, Arl ansas Brook Harden Lester Clinton, Mississippi Order of Omega Phi Eta Sigma Pre-Law Society Golden Key Mortar Board ASB lim Peer Educator Golden Key Dm Honors Program Kelly A. Lewis Petal. Mississippi Miss University 1995 Golden Key ASB SPB David Jerome Knott Brandon. Mississippi Football Team Captain M Club Football Team I ' i Beta Sigma Fraternity . ao s IDho m , Milton Lloyd Lovell Charlotte Cathryn Lowe West Memphis, Arkansas ODK Oxford, Mississippi Order of Omega Ambassador Golden Key Order of Omega SPB Golden Key ASB Phi Eta Sigma Thomas IVakia Magee -1.0 GPA ASB Senator Phi Kappa Phi Mortar Board ODK Not Pictured Darrell Alan Moncus Trussville, Alabama HM Varsity Football Heather Lynn McEwen Brentwood. Tennessee Homecoming Queen ASB Sorority President Order of Omega Derby Day Queen Kristen Kay Morgan Baton Rouge, I ouisiana k Sorority President ODK ASH Ambassador Golden Kc iJ " . ' . ' . • — ' f :« s; fe i «i Lfel Bfflifl- llered ft IDho ' s IDho IXot Pictured ia%ej Lee Dalgadillo Morris Grenada, Mississippi Orientation Leader ' • Ptii Kappa Plii Golden Key Aipha Lambda Delta Lvnn ciiifssef i Meredith A. Murray Dallas, Texas Gamma Beta Phi Phi Eta Sigma Lambda Sigma ASB Senate SPB Amie Alise Mullins Jaclcson, Mississippi Phi Kappa Phi Rho Chi Kappa Epsilon Phi Lambda Sigma Monroe IVeal Jr. Waynesboro, Mississippi Air Force ROTC Vnibassador Kappa Alpha Psi Gospel Choir Inlerfraternity Council Jason Clifton Osborn Southside, Alabama 3.93 GPA Phi Kappa Phi Taylor Medal fau Beta Pi Katherine Anne Murpliy Oxford, Mississippi ODK Order of Omega Phi Beta Lamlxia Golden Key Herbert C. Nappier Franklin, Tennessee Orientation Leader Golden Key Beta Alpha Psi Haljitat [or Humanity IDho ' s IDho William Leighton Page Tupelo, Mississippi Beta Alpha Fsl Gamma Beta Phi ASB Senator Beta Gamma Sigma Michael T. Robinson Canton, Mississippi Black Student Union President Kappa Psi Murry Masonic Lodge NAACP f ' m y : ' :?sSI| . 1 j H P f-i ' » Lydia Paterson Oxford, Mississippi 4.0 GPA Taylor Medalist Golden Key Phi Kappa Phi Douglas Randall Paul Chesterfield, Missouri Honors Program Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Psi Jana Ann Rosenbaum Walnut Grove, Mississippi Sigma Alpha lota llaliiiat for Humanity Phi Kappa Phi Golden Ke Delta Phi Alpha Dai ■ (WffilOm tin llelan taOrleai MuM William Myl es Edward Miciiael Russ Russell Jackson. Mississippi Bolivar, Tennessee Beta Alpha Psi Beta Gamma Sigma ODK Order of Omega Golden Key ASB Senator Golden Key ASB Committees ASB Cabinet David Zachary Scruggs " ' " " " Pascagoula, Mississippi Fraternity President ODK Y Order ot Omega i Golden Key Lambda Sigma M] Melanie Anne Simpson I New Orleans, Louisiana Editor. Daily Mississlppian Golden hey Gamma Beta Phi SEA 1 lOho ' s lOho Robin Lyn Sears Florence, Mississippi Gamma Beta Phi Rho Chi Golden Key Phi Eta Sigma Alpha Lambda Delta Pictured Ryan Townsend Senter Hurst, Texas ASB Treasurer ODK Ambassador Pre-Lan Society Order of Omega Racliel Lynn Smith Beaumont, Mississipppi Golden Key Rlio Chi Phi Delta Chi Gamma Beta Phi Elizabeth Carol Smotherman Murfreesboro. Tennessee 3.83 GPA Phi Kappa Phi Golden Key ODK Mortar Board Rachel Torrey Stanley Waynesboro. Mississippi Phi Eta Sigma Golden Key Alpha Lambda Delta Gamma Beta Phi Pre-Law Society tDho ' s Who IVicoIe Elizabeth Stofer Houston. Texas ASB President ASB Senator Order of Omega Rush Counselor Laura Michele Turnage Springfleld, Missouri Signia Tau Delta Phi Kappa Phi Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart ODK Golden Key Brian Cliarles Talley Pascagoula, Mississippi Mortar Board Golden Key Order of Omega Alpha Epsilon Delta Sigma Tau Delta Leigh Carol Vandiver Jackson, Mississippi Rho Chi Kappa Epsilon Motar Board ODK Ambassador Jeff Christopher Tillman Signal Mtn. Tennessee Navy ROTC Golden Key Gamma Beta Phi Phi Kappa Phi Mineasa G. Turner Myrtle, Mississippi Resident Advisor Concert Singers Black Student Union Gospel Choir RTNDA Triphinia Margaret Wallace Cottage Village, Portsmouth, Dominica Not Resident Advisor Black Student Union Amnesty International SEA Pictured IDho ' s Who Randell Scott Walton S. Ponte Verda Beach. Flordia Beta Alpha Psi Omirron Delta Epsihm Golden Key College Republicans Sigma u Fraternity Tom Wong Senatobia, Mississippi Phi Beta Lambda Aml)assador Phi Kappa Phi ASB Executive Task Force Robert B. White Jacl son. Tennessee Mortar Board ODK Golden Key Hearin-Hess Scholar Gamma Beta Phi Kelly Kimble Young McComb, Mississippi Phi Lambda Sigma College Republicans Chi Omega Sorority Kappa Epsilon Kqappa Psi Little Sister Pual Evans Winfield Vicksburg, Mississippi Histor} Club Phi Beta Sigma UM Football Team NA ' CP Tina Marie Wood Guntown. Mississippi Beta Alpha Psi Golden Key lambda Delta Beta Gamma Sigma Phi Eta Sigma r L, Who ' s Who and Hall of Fame To be chosen as a member of Who ' s Who Among American College Students is a great honor. From over two hundred applicants only eighty- three were chosen from the University of Mississippi. Being included in this group takes not only having intellectual ability, but being able to handle volunteer work and extra curricular activities. The nominees were scored on many areas of their academic and extracurricular life. After the eighty-three were chosen, the Hall of Fame Members were selected. These eight new members exemplify exceptional all around students. The leadership, and solid fundamentals these eight students have really show the spirit of Die Miss and deserve the great honor of being Included In this year ' s Hall of Fame. i!«a 92) Honoiarics Kappa Kappa Psi The Beta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi, a National Honorary Band Fraternity, was founded on the Ole Miss campus in 1948. Being the 50th chapter founded, it has the distinciton of being ioiown nationally as the " Golden Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi. " United through fraternal brotherhood, members work for the betterment of band through service and selection of worthwhile projects. Sigma Alpha lota Front Row: Melanle Shelor, Jessica Fellows, Crystal Vincent, Jaime Foster, Schuyler Laws, Melissa Meeks, Shannon Hill, Susan Wang, Trisha Smith, Dana Strickland. Back Row: Kerry van de Erve, Angela Gregory, Daphnie Boone, Jenney Bell, Emily McDonald, Becky Kent, Becky Fletcher, Kara Holekamp, Kristin Rose. Brenda Cullom, Dawn Henry. Not Pictured: Melissa Wormser, Jennie Vernon. Sigma Alpha lota. International Music Fraternity for women was founded in 1903 and has a traditon of promoting the music profession. At Ole Miss Sigma Alpha lota works to aid the music department and Faculty, supporting the growth of music education. President- Brenda Cullom Vice-President Membership- Jenney Bell Vice-President Ritual- Kristin Rose Recording Secretary- Dawn Henry Corresponding Secretary- Becky Kent Treasurer- Melissa UVirmser Scrgerant at Arms- Angele Gregory Historian- Kerry an de Er e Advisors: Mrs. Krista Vernon Mrs. Cynthia Linton Mrs. Carol Dale l Rho Chi Mr. James Ainsworth Dr. Mitchell Aver ' Mr. John Bentley Dr. William Benson Dr. Ronald F. Borne Dr. John Boulanwini Dr. Thomas Brown Dr. H. Joseph Byrd Ms. Rita M. Cerdeira Dr. Alice Clark Ms. Haley J. Collier Ms. Nancy L. Couey Dr. William Day Ms. Melissa L. Flagg Dr. Dennis Prate Ms. Nancy Fuller Mr. James Glisson Ms. Stephanie Dooley Mr. Jason J. Gray Mr. Zhengming Guo Ms. Emily Ha Dr. Mark Hamann Ms. Martha E. Harrison Dr. Ahmed Hikal Dr. Charles Hutford Ms. Lana L. Jackson Ms. Jana Johnson Dr. Alan Jones Dr. John Juergens Mr. David Kent Dr. Ikhalas Khan Mr. Eugene M. Kolassa Mr. Kerby Ladner Mr. David C. limburg Ms. Laura E. MaHaffey Mr. Christy S. Mahan David McCaffrey. Ill James McChesney Rajeshwar Mothermam .Amie Mullins Matthew Murawski Melanie D. Massengill Lori Nelson Alison Nimrod Lisa Kincaid Odom James O ' Neal Khaled Orabi Sal P. Poovala Mr. Navneet Puri Mr. Sriram Ramanathan Timothy D. Rigdon Kenneth Roberts Rachel Robinson Samir A. Ross Cynthia A. Ruiz Robert Sindelar Rachel L. Smith Mickey Smith Dr. Dr. Mr. Ms Dr. Ms Ms Ms Ms Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Ms Dr. Ms Dr. Ms Dr. Dr. Anita Srivastava Dr. Ranjan Srivastava Ms. Elizabeth Swenson Leigh C. Vandiver Anthony Verlangieri Michael Vinson Coy Waller Diane Welshans Scott Weston John Williamson Marvin Wilson Dr. Christy Wyandt Ms. Dina Courtney Kim Currie Kaye Dearman Kristen Goehring Kim Griffin Ms. Jennifer Hollingsworth Ms. Laurie Risher Ms. Traci Vance Ms. Donna West Dr. Jordan Zjawiony Ms Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Mr. Dr. Dr. Ms Ms Ms Ms Pharmacy D Class in Jackson Mm feltosliip semester ( aiidse iff Rho Chi Is a pharmacy honor society that promotes the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences through the encouragement and recognition of sound scholarship. The Ole Miss chapter was founded In 1937. As a fulfillment for the societies objective of Increasing the awareness of the ethical and social responsibilities of the profession, the Chi chapter holds and annual " Talk About Prescriptions Day " on campus to Illustrate the pharmacists role In patient counseling. This year. Dr. Alice M. Clark was selected as the 1996 Rho Chi lecturer of the year. This year ' s officers were: Leigh Vandiver - Oxford Campus President Usa Odom - Oxford Campus Vice President, James Glisson- Jackson Campus President, Laura MaHhaffey- Jackson Campus Vice President. Cynthia Ruiz- Historian, Dr. John Williamson- Secretary, Dr. Christy Wyandt- Treasurer. . ■»► x- ,194) Honorarles hatnbda Sigma The Liniversity of Mississippi ' s lota cliapter of liie Lambda Sigma Society is dedicated to promoting tlic Ideals of leadership, scholarship, fellowship and a spirit of service among college students. The organization performs many different service projects and also assists other charity organizations for the Liniversity and the surrounding community. Also, its members are entertained by many outstanding motivational speakers throughout the year. Lambda Sigma ' s members consist of sophomores who were chosen during the spring semester of their freshman year. Membership requires a 3.5 gradcpoint average, and also evidence of outstanding past leadership skills and service works. President: Houston Graves: Vice President: Mark Eubanks: Secretary: Nicola Makey: Treasurer: Kellan Ashley 3 Tau Beta Pi The Mississippi Beta Cliapter of Tail Beta Pi. the well kjiow national engineering honorary rralernity founded in 1885, is located at The University of Mississippi. Membership is by invitation and is restricted to iuniors and seniors of all departments of engineering who are near the top of their class scholastically and who have shown high professional awareness by their leadership in professional societies and service orgainzations. Its purpose is to encourage scholarship and a professional attitude among all engineering students. President-Chuck A. Baker Vice-President- Jeff Tillman Secretary- John Quillnian Treasurer- Melissa Henderson Cataloger- Michael P. Pujol hold hv .Innnii Jones Honoraries (iSs Delta Sigma Pi Delta Signiii Fi i.s a profossional fraternity organized lo Coster tiic study of business in universides, and to eneourage seliolarsiiip. social activity and the association of students for tiieir mutual adxancement by researcti and practice. Delta Sigma PI also exists to promote closer affiliation between the commei ' cial world and students of commerce; antl lo furllKT a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. I ' llrilii t) .hlllr MlKilllnTIl Members: Roy Alexander. Eric Bubi ' is, Tracy Buforcl. Brenl Bishop. Jake Barge. Chris Cola. Devon Coburn. William Cook. Rusly Frazlcr, Chris Graham. Joanna (lunn. Cynlhia Harrison. Bo (l Kilchon. Jennifer Kllchens. Tim MonI .. De. ler Moore. Julia Silar .. Brian Shankle. SIcplianic Smilli. l-;il ,alielh Smolliermaii, Will SU ' plicns, Rhonda Thompson. Ross Tucker. Bo While. Klaine While. Tern l5ishop. Corl Ca.sey. Slielhy ( raddoek. Mcole l)a is. Phoelx Kdwards. Rachel Harlup. Ryan Kwong. Michael U-e. Kinily Lewis. JusUn Norlham, Josh Pillman, Sara Whelan Randall. Sonya K. Read. Jackie Slasi. Slephanie Tahh. KimhcrK ViuiiK. Golden Key The Golden Key national Honor Society was founded at Georgia State University on Novemlier 29. 1977. Membership is extended to the top hlteen percent of all juniors and seniors. This interdiscipiinar ' society seeks to recognize the lop students in all courses of study. Golden Key iionors its members each yeai " with an induction ceremony and reception. I ' liDln .Icniillcr llcllilrlx ' ifcli 1 96 Hoiioraiies Gamma Beta Phi ■ i GaniiiKi Beta Plii is a national tionor society rrrosni ' .in« excellence in scliolarslii|) and stressing the importance of semce anrl the development of character. The Ule Miss Chapter ol (;anima Beta Phi aeti el snpports local charities and works with local scliools through tutoring and donations. The Ole Miss chapter consistently receives the National Distinguished Chapter Award, one of the highest awards a chapter of Gamma Beta Phi can receive. President - Charlotte Lowe, Vice-President - Catherine klngrea. Points Secretary - Courtney Brooks, Corresponding Secretary Ferrell, ' lYeasurer - Abbie Thompson. Advisor - Dr. Al Mikell Natalie Mary Adams Trchic Jo Allondorph ,l( ' rini((T Anderson Snsan Kli ,ali( ' Lh riiw Ki-lliim Kli Jihclh AshU ' y Kli .iihclli I ' crrcll ■ ycrs ajia liacshcni Slcphanic Bailey .luslin Baker Dchjyoli Banerjee l)a iil Bazard Joel Bell Jason Blazakis AniUi Belh Boatman John Bonnelle Utri Bosarfic Kendall Bowlin Joshua Bradley Kalhnn Brush Carrii ' Kli ahelh Biyanl John Bnh Karen Carlisle Klizahelh Ca.ssa ie Sheiia (;hielders Tanya Chin K i(hel Clark U ' e Coleman llaley ( )llier !.(■(■ Ann C(ippenharK ' r ( ' aniline Connd Kristin Co l,it)t)a ( ai i Steven Oeasy Brian Credillr JennihM ' CrecJ Kini Oooni Liiirie nne Darden Mike Davis Reheeea l)a is Vela Meole Davis BcJinda Di .irniaii Jennilir DeCondres Peter Demilio Claire Dolihs kathh ' en Dolihs Bess Dod;;e Jenny Dodson Itana l.yn Doshir Tara Diiell Kli .ahelli Karp Kllanor Kills Klisa I ' anik Katrina l ' ' er(JI Dena l ' " errell Holly t ' crrell Macey I ' isher Amelia l-Jowers Grant l ' ' ord Stephanie Frazier Jennih ' r Caston Janel Cerher Nk ' ole Cermain Miehael Charaeholou Anne Gleason James Gleason James Gllsson Christina Goodman Jeffer Gordon Kris Greer ' Donna Guest Jonnifer (Junlher Staeey (Inthrie Mark Giil.tensohn !,,» ' ■ Susan Hall Xiii ela ll.iminerll kir Mar;:arel ll.trper l;inee Harrison Dennis Hawkins Dahney Herring Any llieko Heather Hill tioherl llillyer Jenniler llollintisworth Karen Horner Vinanda llotjpt I,ori House (Jiiilina number MiiluJIe l.ynn Hurl Cameron Ihixlord Rebecca .lacoh Tabitha .lames Brad JcnninHs Gordan Jensen Liurc I Joai liim nninaric Johnson .laiia Johnson Keliecca .lohn.son Dena Jones Recce Jones Medila karam Kara KiJIer J ' raccN kelley (;andac ' Kin« .lennih ' r Kinf; Cynthis KinKrea MaHwio Klepziy Sarah Kloiid Allison Uin{;ley Jinniler Uiwrcnee (Jieu-,lc, Ire Jolin U ' iu John lx ' in Kclli Ix-uis Jayna Uickc Molly lx)max Teresa Ixitterhos rny l iwc (Jiarmainc Uiwe Thomas Maycc Nieola Makey Traci lassc Gcn.i M.itlison Whitney l((Jinlock Marsha McCullar Braik ' n Mi Inleer I ' atricki McNeil Jill Medley Merrill Mcndoza Jiili.i Meyers Jeiiin Miles n Mi a; aua Nalakic Morris John Moss Melissa Mullins kJisc Mnrphr ' cc .lason Murphy Donna Na(|uin ,lan Neal Karolim ' Nelson Paifjc Neville Rebeceah Norlhdrutt Bernard O Brien Calhi-yn Elizabeth tilt Nancy Jane OLlo Brandi Parkes Courlncv Preslafic Melatiii ' Onillian Caroline Ra isdale K C Rakou A tih Ann R.imsey Rcticci a Rcploiilc l!h.id Rhoden Denny Rice IhiHhRush I ' odd Stc|)hcn Rushing: IJiristinc Sandiler Karen Saul Rcvnold SaumkTS U.llkins Ix-e Scott tJran icr ' Scruii s K.itherine Sliap|ilcy Shana l,vnn Shcilds Kristin ( " ameron Sheperd Maliala ShilliiiKlord Rebi ' cea Sides Eriek Simpkins Dennie Smith Radiel Smith Slaccy Sniilh Sen Son i Ix ' iKh Spivc Aslilye Slew.irl .toy Tatuiii McJanic ralnin Samuel Cabin IJtiiipcn Clirislinc I ' lish John anSI k ' Gi ' cli hen Wa iuer in.inda Weaver I ' oily W Is Mack Wdo Amy Word (Carolyn Yates Jennih ' r .ilcs lluiioraries 1 ? Morfar Board Established as a national women ' s honor society, Mortar 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 limit. 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 thoughtful 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. Dam Holmes I Robert JonJai M m, t Officers: President - Andy Garner ice-FYesident - Zach Scruggs Secretary - Scott VlcDaniel Treasurer - Jason Bailey Selections - Brian Talley Chapter Editor - Bo Wfiite Alumni Repersenlative - Chuck Hetlin Advisors: Dr. Ann Canty ls Shelia Hood Dr. Finley Graves Dr. Joanne Hawks Members: Chad J. -Arnctlc Jeffery Edward Aycock Jason Lynn Bailey Anthony Jason Baker Janet Sue Barnes Melissa Dianne Brooks Christine Cheri Burgo Regan Alcne Christopher Jami Clark Lawrence Murray Coco Tyler J. Craddock Cindy Ann Danlonc Kathleen Bourland Dobbs Michael Andrew Duna anl Leslie Macon Dukes Carol Beth Findley Carl Andrew Garner III Dorothy Sanders Gibbons Jason Stribling Greener Laura Lee Hale Charles Robert Heflin Nccli Michelle Hester Laura Jane Koon BrcKik Harden Lester kclli Allene Lewis Milton Uoyd Lovell Charoltte Cathryn Lowe Thomas Nakia Magee Tara Elizabeth MrCallum Scott . ndrew McDaniel Kristen Kay Morgan Katherine A. Murphy David Zachary Scruggs Robert Emmet Seibels FV Jennifer [ " igh Shackelford Elizabeth Carol Smothcrman Jennifer Leigh Sopor Brian Charles Talley Laura Michelle Turnage Robert B. White 111 198 Honoraries Alpha Epsilon Delta brliotii ls,tlie wssiDce Hi a I pofai wife, piizatioD fcidualto imity.to [Of Members Include: Bonnie Ash, Mary Ann Bennett, Josh Blair, Emily Carlson, Tanya Chin, Regan Christopher, Cliff Dabbs, Nicole Duncan, Jennifer Fogle, Justin Gregg. Holly Hall, Dana Holmes, Natasha Higgs, Ashley Hollowell, Brad Jennings, Dena Jones, John Jones, Robert Jordan, Clay King, David Kirk, Reed Mask, William McCraney, Scott McDaniel, David McElreath, Lee Morris, Partlck O ' Mara, Tim Rigdon, Hart Rogers, McLean Trotter, Phong Van, Christina Vassileva, Jay Walker, Jr., and Brandon Zagst Alpha Epsilon Delta, the Mississippi Beta Chapter of the international premedlcal honor society, encourages and recognizes superior scholastic achievement. Opportunities for developing organizational leadership and initiative abound within a full program of community service and professional activities. Students preparing for careers in all healthcare fields, who fulfill both course and scholastic requirements may join this fellowship devoted to premedlcal education. Alpha Epsilon Delta activities include Interview and MCAT preparation as well as an unique " Buddy System " and hospital volu nteer program. Ole Miss Pre-Law Society President - Kristen Morgan, Vice-President - Robert Wilkins, Recording Secretary - Wendy Hollingsworth, Corresponding Secretary - Abby Thompson, Treasurer - Chris Haley, Sergeant at Arms - Kell Quinn. :% The Ole Miss Pre-Law Society, an honorary group formed at the Lnlversity of Mississippi in the spring of 1990 was established to aid students In their quest to become legal professionals. The society acts as an information clearinghouse for students wishing to pursue legal studies at the graduate level. The society provides information on applying to law schools, on LSAT test preparation and scheduling and enhances the professionalism of its members, in addition, the society sponsors speakers from different areas of law: law students, law school officials, and practicing professionals. I Honoraries 1 =. Beta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi is a national honor societ ' aiwi professional fraternity for Students planning to enter the accounting profession. Beta Alpha Psi has a rich history, dating back to 1919, when the first chapter was established at the University of Il- linois. Chapters of Beta Alpha Psi are established at institutions where accounting programs have reached a high level of academic and professional achievement. Chapters are typically the out- growth of local accounting honor societies and are carefully evaluat- ed before they are installed. Officers: Darrell Da is - President Randall VVallon - Vice President Michael Russ - Vice President Jeannie Acliernian - Treasurer eeli Hester - Secretary Collin Travis - Secretary ' Members: Thomas Cheairs. Angela Conley. ' Hm Cooper, Richard Hodum. Brad Jones. Bert Nappier, Joy Warr. Christopher Wiginton, and ' Una Wood. Pledges: Chris Andrews. John Blair. Joe Clarke. Cindy Dantone. Oliver Daughtie. Willi am Dykes. Beverly Hamblin. Lijia Jarecke. Brook Lester, Kevin Lyon, John McCann, Meredith Murray, James Oliphant, Leighton Page, Jason Spector, Melissa Swetland, and Kathryn Wilson. PM Eta Sigma Founded nationally at the University of Illinois March 22, 1923, Phi Eta Sigma established a Mississippi chapter at the University of Mississippi in 1929. A national college scholastic honor society for freshmen, Phi Eta Sigma recognizes, encourages and rewards high scholastic achievement among freshmen at approximately 235 institutions of higher learning in the United States. All freshmen who have a cumulative gradepoint average equivalent to a 3.5 or better on a 4.00 scale at the end of the fall semester are eligible to join Phi Eta Sigma at Ole Miss. Induction ceremonies are held during the spring semester of earh vear. Ornoersfoi 1995-1996 Left to Right: Lynn Blackburn - Treasurer, Mary Kelly Findley - President. Rebekah Jac ob - Vice President. Houston Graves - Secretary. Marianne Bradford - Faculty Advisor, Mercedes Labot - Senior Ad isor 200 llonoraries Phi hamhda Sigma Phi Lambda Sigma, The National Pharmacy Leadership Honor Society, serves to instill self-confidence and to promote greater effort toward the advancement of pharmacy through their exemplary leadership, character and achievement. Student Members: Roy Arnold Kmily Ash Trey Crawford Barbie Creager kirn Currie Livdia Edwards Ron Edwards Patrick Fairley Beth Harrison Jennifer Hoilingsworth Michael Jones Cheryl IjOlley Laura Mahaffey Amie Mullins Lori Nelson Ixiurie Risher IjCigh Ellen Robinson Cynthia Ruiz Rachel Smith Becky Spell Tracey Turner Jason White Tim Williamson kini Young Faculty Honorary Members: Dr. Ron Borne Dr. Tom Brown Dr, Alice Clark Ms. Nancy Couey Mr. Sam Daniel Dr. Dewey Garner Dr. Charles Hufford Mr. Joe McCaskill Dr. Henry Pace Dr. Kenneth Roberts Dr. Robert Sindelar Dr. Mickey Smith Mr. Vic Watts Dr. Marvin Wilson Dr. John Williamson I Vi Mu Epsilon I ' liiil " In K. ' iili BriKiks rtiitJaf President - Bunny Findley Vice-Presidenl - Mary Margaret Harper Treasurer- Charlotte Lowe Advisor- Dr. Frieda Ganter The Mississippi Alpha Chapter of the Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honorary was granted its chapter at the University of Mississippi in 1968. it was the 1 36th chapter to be chartered nationally and was the first of three chapters to be charted in the state of Mississippi. Pi Mu Epsilon is a non-secret organization whose purpose is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathematics among students in academic institutions, it aims to do this by 1 . electing meiubers on an honorary basis according to their proficiency inmathematics, 2. by engaging in activities designed to promote the mathematical and scholarly development of its members, and 3. by taking any other measures that will further the purpose stated above. Mississippi Alpha promotes faculty student relations and Intellectual growth through various functions during the school year such as periodic mathematical lectures and social gatherings. Honoraries Honors Progratn The Honors Program, established in 1953 and restructured in 1982, coordinates special academic offerings that intensify the educational experience 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. i I tOnJerofI :irities, Hip Honors Senate: Elizabeth Cassagne, Chris Gleason. Martha Hutchinson. Jeremy Justice. Matt Reonas. Chris Roberts. Ashlye Stewart, Joy Tatum Assistant Student Director: Ginger Dunnam Student Director: Anne Ferrer Photo by John Cain Roy Alexander Anne Carson Alias Brad Allen Unda Arrin lon Stephanie Ash Kellan Ashley Ferrell Aycrs Brian Baggctl Brett Hagley Deidrc Baker IV Barkley Lynn Barlow Betsy Bartling William Behm Jennifer Belue Margaret HIddIr Lynnr HIarkhurn IVIdr.i Bl.ikciv Ben Blnss Aiiil.i Bi) i1ini ' n Kore[i Buggs Kalhryn Bnmkneld Ashley Hruoks James Brown Monlque Brown Carrie Bryant Bill Biinling Brooks Burnett Amanda Byrd Malt (Calhoun Whitney Campbell prll ( ' ,anu|i Kmlly Carlson Klizabeth Cassagne Chesley Chllds Tammy Chin Tanya Chin Anne Clark Jami Clark Joe Clarke Chris Clay Lawrence Coco Lee Ann Coppenbarger Caroline Cound Courtney Kern Kalie Cox Kristin Cox Chris Cradrr Kim Cnxini Jennifer Cullins Karrie Cumniings Wes Curry Brad Da is Dodds Dehmrr Jasper Dickson Lucy Dixon Brooke Douglas Macon Dukes Marcus Dukes Gina Dunnam Ginger Dunnam Angela Kssan, ' Scoll Kvereil ' nn I ' arrell Katrina Kerrell Anne Kerrer Jennifer Fllllngim Bunny Flndley Mary Kelly Kintlley Amanda Fischer Jennifer Fogle Grant Ford Janice Gabriel Anna Gambrell Reanna Gandy Bobby Garett Nal Gee Steven Genl Janel Gerber Chris Gleason Maggie Golden Crystal Grafton Jennifer Graham Houston Graves Christy Green Crystal Gremard Rmlly Ha Anna Hale Kim Hale Laura Hale Amy Hall Spencer Harpe Louise Harper Eliziihelh Hays Amy Headley Kenny Heard Jimnn llellim Rob Hendriekson Dawn Henry Steven Hester Shannon Hill l a iil Hill Sarah lli)fhnan Kara Hulekamp Courtney lliillingsworlh Partick Hood Allison Hooten Undsey Home Ivy Huggins Courtney Hunter Claire HusI Marth Hutchinson Cameron Huxford Shea Jackson Jeff Johnson Paliek Johnson Rebecca Johnson John Jones Shannon Jones Robert Jordan Jeremy Justice Emily Kahler Margaret Keith Kara Keller Jessica Kimble Clay King Jeremy Kinsell Keria Kitchens Uiura Koon Nani ' y Kopt Auburn Kopkau Rebecca I add Alisha I awerence Schuyler l aws Gary l wson Keryn Ix-nileux l iren li-mons Molly Uimax Mary Margaret l-.usk Nicola Makev Melanle Mark Kirby May Mandi McArthur Nelms McClatchy Scott McDaniel Braden Mclnteer Ouriney Mclntire Christine McKenzie Chris McMullan Jane Meek Moss Mellon Mark Meredith Becky Mitchell Chip Monroe Jay Morris l n Morrison Perry Moulds Alexa Murray Kalhryn Myers Benita Myles Erin Nance Karoline Nelson Elecia Osadchuk Andrew Oswalt Nancy Otto Rob Page Martha Parr Paul Parrish Sager Palel Erin Patten Doug Paul Mary Tana Person Jennifer Phillips Richard l lliman Chalis Pomerov Geoffery Pratt Nan Prince Robin Sears Emmcl Selbels William Seibcis Vincent Seller Melissa Senler Jenny Seymour J-Jaye Shackelford Katherine Shappley Chris Shaw Cameron Shepherd Sharon Simmons TliuMuis Simpson Briati Smith Kim Smith Elizabeth Smolherman Sen Song Jennifer Soper Ashlye Stewart Brad Slrowd Michael Summers Katie Sumners Tom Sumrall Ijz Swenson Marcy Swogger Joy Tatum Calvin Thigpen Ashley Tlnnln Shawn Tolbert Jack Umphers liiuren Veltel Gretchen Wagner Sally Walburn Jay Walker Kelly Walsh Susan Wang Kelly Wcatherford Toby Welch Brad Wellborn Donna West Christy White Zeh Winstead Tom Wong Rich Young John Zoeller Kell Quinn Sara Randall David Reamer Matt Reonas Chris Roberts Ijsbeth Roberts Billie Robinson Molly Robinson Hart Rogers Walker Rogers Malt Ross Todd Rushing Claude Russ Kalie Schuelh [202j Honoraries Order of Omega Jason Bailey Jill Rrissendi ' ii kalhryn Bniuklicid Melissa Bmiiks OouKlas BukIcwIc , Fran (jarler William Clieairs Jami Clark Kclit ' cca Cdi ' hraii Uiwerence Coco Tyler Craddork Brandi Daniel (;indy Danlonc Kelly Day Kii .abelh Dickson VVTizalKnli DiMiKe liiz de Kiiniak Macon Dukes Andrew Garner Dollie Gibbons Bradley Glaze Jason Greener Jeana Giinii Uiura Hale Michael Haynes Charles HeRIn Shane Henry Dabney Herring Neell Hesler Brandon llinlon John Kenney (;iay Kinn Sarah Kliiud Kelly Krouse Brook U ' sler Kelli Lewis Teresa l,ollerhos Charlolle l«we I ' honias l.uber Kalhryn Marlin Tamsen McCabe Will McCraney Scoii MeCaniel Healher McEwen Jennifer Mclnlosh Kirk Milam Jenny Miles Krislen Morgan Kalheritie Murphy Jennifer Prince Caroline Ragsdale MiehaelKuss Ryan Senler Ziich Scruggs Claude Sicuro Nicole Slofer Brian Slone Brian Talley Sandra Taylor Rebecca Thomas Collin Travis Domonique Tuminello Brad Vance Deidra Wallers Waller Walkins Drew Walson The Order of Omega was established September 26 riie Order of Omega is comprised of men and women from all fraternities and University, Oxford the greek system. sororities. The Order of Omega and its members sponsor and parlieipale in different philanthropy projects that benefit the and the greek system. The Order of Omega is committed to the high standard of excellence demonstrated by its members and the University. I Ofuicron Delta Kappa Itim liil M ta mm m as » lt(0 ODK Officers 1995 President: Ryan Senler Vice-President: Bunny Pindley Treasurer: Kelli Lewis Faculty Secretary: Dr. Judy ' IVott Onilcron Delia Kappa; founded December :!. 1914. al Washinglon and i.ee Liniversily; places emphasis upon Ihe whole peisoii. Iiolh as a presenl member of his college cunmiunily ami as a prospeclive conlribulor lo a beller sociely. The Sociely believes llial while good scholarship and inlelleclual developinenl as Ihe chief (ibieclivcs of college years, Ihe life of Ihe mind is nol llie only life sliidenls will have lo cope wilb as a resull of llieir college e perience. Il is nol enough lo be merely a ■scholar " - olher indispensable (|ualilics have lo be cullivaled also. Sludenls and lacullv members have lo more clearly understand Ihe Ihe self is iruly a composile of Ihe hand, hearl, and Ihe spirit as well as the mind, (Imicron Delia Kapp.i believes thai the real searcb lor truth, the promotion of good will. Ihe development of consideration and underslanding good taste and .sense of humor, learning how to gel .ilong and coop ' rale willi olhers and Ihe asstimptions of duty and responsibility, arc important lessons and personal iiualilies which one learns and develops through an integrated program of academic and extracurricular education. Members of Omicrom Delia Kappa are ,selected in areas of achievement in scholarship, alhlelics or other campus or community service, social and religious activities and campus government i(]urnalism, speech and the mass media and ihe creative and performing arl s. Alpha Lambda Delta Left to Ri£ht:Mo] y Lomax - President. IxUirel Joachim - Vice President Back Row Left to ftf .Carrie Bryant - Treasurer. Ashley Tinnin - Historian, Anita Beth Boatman- Secretary Jo Anne J. Trow Award: Gina Dtinnan Estella G. Hefley Awards: Benita Joetta Myles Claude Fair Russ Fall 1994 Knhcrl Kirk[)alnck Anderson .lulic Bowi-n Atkinson Andy Carwile Rachel Clark Tirrany Nicole Clepper Courlncy Coleman Tamekia Shrurwanne Cook Ranca Cosby l ' sllc Denton Gina Kli iiheth Diinnani Gary rialness Susan Frye Nichalos D. Gardner Inealha Mayes Anne llewes Christina llumber Ki-mira .lacksim Kyle Jackson T !)a id Jenkins, Jr. U alien !■ ' Johnson Ashley Jolliff [jaura Koon Jamey l ' ggitl Th(mas Magec Jennifer Mead Melissa Miller kalritia Moore tilisr Murphree Mi;rl «rly iin Olivier IhalhcrC Olncy Jennie Owens Amy Palmer i;ii ,alHih PerPv arnli Peiv.i-e ixjura CatlnTiiif Riinsnii Mallliew Rcniias V.nch Sinipkins Jason A, Spcrtor L,auren While Johnnie Va Shawn Wilsnii Spline 1995 Trebie AUendorph Susan Elizabeth Argue Kellan Ashley Deirdre Baker Ty Barklcy Heather M. Barmettler Margaret Ellen Biddle Patricia Lynn Blackburn Anita Beth Boatman Kendall Bowlin Ashley Brooks Carrie Bryant Karen Vance Carlisle Erin Carter Lee Ann Coppenbarger Carolyn Cound Starling Cousley Laurie Anne Darden Claire Dobbs Brooke Douglas Ellanor Ellis Elise Paige Faulk Mary Kelly Findley Grant Calloway Ford Jaime Renee Foster Stephanie Frazier Justin M. Garner Jennifer Gaston Janet Helen Gerber Altie Kay Goin Christina Goodman Jeffer Don Gordon Crystal Aarie Grafton Houston Graves Donna Guest Jcnriiler (imilher l iiiisr iinr Harper Siira lUirllej Mary Kli beth Hays Sonclra Shannon Hill Neely Mines Karen llorniT Stiirej Collifi Huffman April James Tabitha James Gordon Jensen Lnin ' l JiKicliini Jcn-tii Seiill Justice Kiir.i Keller Mark James Keller Claytiin Kellum IJrad Kennedy Candaee Carole King Jniil-T MrRac Kiny Ma;;;;ir Klcp .ii Alhsuti l.mtilc Molly l imav Amy Kalherine Uwe Mary Margaret Lusk Nin)la Makey Gena Matlisiin Sluarl Maxey Marie Nelins McClatchy Whitney McClintock Amber Kll bcth MrCraw Hriaii MeCoy .liilla K li-vers Krisliiler George Mihalyka Kit hard Km Miller Karmcl Mister , mantla Mixon Benlla J. Myles Reberrali K. Nothdurft Naiuy Jam ' Olio Mary Blizabeili Povall Geoffery Pratt KG. Rakow Uuren Resweber Kelly Robinson Ijndsav Romano Claude Russ Gary Beth Salisbury Christine Sandifer Jennifer Sehwara Granger Scruggs Alison Seamster Mary IJnley Shields Kalherine Shappley Beniamin Neal Smith Clint Smilli l uren Gaines Smyllie Joria Erin Speir Ashlye Stewart Robert Anthony SI ringer Melanie Moon- ' latum Eric Colin Ttmmas Ashley Elisabeth nniiin Christine Tosh Thanh X. Tran Ferrell Ayers Allison Gnemi Alpha Lambda Delta is a national fi eshman honor society whose purpose is to encourage superior scholastic achievement among students in their first year institutions of higher education. Students inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta mud have attained a 3.5 GPA. l ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 204) Hoiioraiies Chi Epsilon Front Row: Nick Gardner, Dawn Harrington, Karen Mardis, Monica Darby, Wahed Uddin, Micliael Robinson, Row Two.- York Walkerm Adel Belal, Robert Weils, A. Raja Stiekaran, Jolin Raffaeei Jr., Tliird Row; Blaine Prine, Scott Swatzell, Craig Ctiapman, Chuck Plaxico, Scott Dooley, Robert M. Hackett, Chi Epsilon is a national honor sooiet ' for civil engineering students with over 1 00 chapters. The Oie Miss Chapter was founded in 1937 as the 14th chapter in the United States and the first in the South. The objectives of the Ole Miss Chapter are to maintain and promote the status of Civil Engineering as an ideal profession at the tiniversity of Mississippi, to bestow honor upon Civil Engineering juniors, seniors and graduate students who have demonstrated exceptional scholarship and to develop the qualities of character, practility and sociability in each member of the chapter. In order to carry out these objectives the Chapter provides a number of services such as organizing an FE review course, providing free tutoring to other civil engineering students, presenting awards to the outstanding freshman and senior civil engineering students, organizing and providing funds for field trips, writing a newsletter for alumni, setting up displays and projects for Career Day and assisting in engineering high school programs such as a statewide high school engineering model contest and malhcounts. To foster sociability, members participate in pizza parties, bowling outings, etc. ■dioto flla fda n ¥ W E:?? ASCE Front Row. Dawn Harrington, Chris Pearson, Karen Mardis, Waheed Uddin, John D. Crawley, Marqaux Viox, Monica Darby, Dr. Samuel L. DeLeeuw, Middle Row: Charles Williams, TaNeshea Harris, Nick Gardner, Robert Wells, John Raffaelle Jr., Micheal Robinson, Back Row: Wardlaw Witherspoon, Rob Neely, York Wallser, Scott Swatzell, Blane Prine, Adel Belal, Craig Champman, Scott Dooley, Chuck Plaxico, Kevin McLeod, Robet M, Hackett, Not Pictured, Raj Shekharan The Purpose of the Ole Miss Student Chapter of ASCE is to provide civil engineering students various opportunities to develop relationships with fellow students, faculty and professionals that will last a lifetime. It is imperative that civil engineering students, who will become future engineers, find out what it takes to excel as civil engineers in the real world. The ASCE Student is the best channel through which these goals can be accomplished. In order to implement these objectives a variety of activities take place. Meetings are held twice a month in which practicing engineers give presentations on their work and interact with the students. Field trips to nearby construction projects and other civil engineering related projects are informative and fun activities. DISTINCTION (205] Phi Kappa Phi W Phiilo by Michael Williams The National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, foundecl in 1897. was originated by a group of students who felt the need to recognize scholarship 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 charted in May 1959 as the 77th chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. Today, there are approximately 250 chapters in the 50 states. Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. To qualify for membership, undergraduates must be seniors or second semester juniors with high standards of scholarship and character. Graduate students and students in professional schools must have distinguished records placing them among the ablest in their classes. Faculty members must have made significant contributions to their disciplines. The Society of Phi Kappa Phi has adopted three symbols as visual elements of its commitment to learning. The seal of the society has as its center the badge. The badge is a globe against the background of the sun whose rays radiate in symmetrical and equal concentrations, signifying equivalence among the branches of learning and representing the dissemination of truth as light. The encircling band containing the Greek letters Phi Kappa Phi symbolizes the bond which guides the earth to bind lovers of wisdom. The crenelated line surrounding the badge represents the walls of Troy and highlights the technological aspects of ancient Greek culture in addition to characterizing the interdisciplinary aspect of the society. The three stars stand for the three original chapters. The ribbon of the society is a meander pattern common in ancient Greek art which symbolizes the classical features of the society. i Philosophia Kratetio Photon Let the love of learning rule humanity [206] Honoraries Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society ial Ifslin I lias as enrt ' fy Phi Kappa Phi Officers for 1995-1996 Joanne V. Hawks, President James W. Davis, President-Elect Conny E. Parham, Vice Presi dent Betti F. King, Vice President Sue T. Hale, Secrretary Dale L. Flesher, Trreasurer Jo Ann F. Bass, Executive Committee Betty J. Crouther, Executive Committee Mark D. Tew. Executive Committee Timothy L. Walsh, Immediate Past President Liberal Arts Vladimir Yur ' Yevich Afaunov Brett Olivia Bqagley, in absentia Janet Sue Barns Jennifer Donnell Belue Tanya Elizabeth Chin Heather Annette Easley Barbara Tlppins Goldston Holly Christel Hall Shannon Leigh Hardie Mary Margaret Harper Mary Elizabeth Harty Robert R. Herrington Martha Elizabeth Hutchinson Rebecca Elizabeth Johnson Dena Michelle Jones Terri Shannon Jones Traci Leigh Jones Kecia Jewell Kitchens Sheryl Vihlen Koontz Portia Peteet Lary Thomas Makia Magee Eri Miyagawa Lanny Lee Monroe, Jr. Erin Elise Patten Amy Kathryn Pietrowski John Richard Pittman, Jr. Teresa Ann Rtts Melanie Dawn Riley Lee Hartwell Rogers Kathy T. Rowan Kristi Lashay Senter Lee Calvin Sheppard Mahala D. Shillingford Anna Tiffany Tindall Tammy Renee Tyre ivana Vujic Triphinia Margaret Wallace Business Anna Kathryn Brush Burce Stanton Clark Theodore D. Crocco. Jr. Vela Nicole Davis Warren Franklin Johnson Laura Jane Koon Milton Lloyd Lovell Brian Alan Metzger Ptiarmacy Patricia Margaret Bacon Stacy Lee Bryan Holly Elizabeth Colbert Nicole Elizabeth Duncan Rae Anne Hudson Milissa Michelle Jackson Amy Elizabeth Lawton Julia Anne Lord Julie Rebecca Lord Jill Diana McCallum Particia Elaine McNeil Kimberly Gail Norvell Elizabeth Ann Strickland Tiffany Lynne Walden Carl Gene Wallace Engineering Christopher Lynwood Roberts Accountancy Oliver Frederick Doughtie Medita Vanessa Karam David Martin Wilson Honor Vice Presidents Emily Sue Carlson Dodds Murray Dehmer Dorothy Sanders Gibbons Scott Andrew McDaniel Lydia Paterson Sarah Lynn Petrus Penny Ann Rice Robert Emmet Seibels IV Fung Sit Education Gay Robertson Fox Mary Beth Garner Laura Lee Hale Andrea Meares Kornegay Karen E. Saul Holly Leigh Smith Law Stephanie Lynn Bibighaus Scott Timothy Ellzey Lisa Ann Erickson Richard Allen Hammond Deborah YeShen Ho Lisa Emily Montelongo David Anthony Sanders Graduate Sctiooi Ehab Ahmed Abourtashed Karen Marie Butscher Polly Elizabeth Commcr Ahmed M.S. Helmy Eman Peter Alan Froehlich Emily Jane Garland Alexelg Goumilevski Roxana Mirela lonescu Tammara Ann May Jordan Elizabeth Emma Kadlec Shu-Ling Ko Vicki Lee Clark Mahan Alan Robert Payne Nirmalya Sen Amy Melissa Soloman Laura Michelle Teeple Arun Pandurang Ubale Doru Velea Johnnie Eugene White, Jr. Lynda Spaulding Wilson Honoraries (20 During the first 1996 home game, the Army ROTC scheduled parachuters to welcome in the beginning of the season and welcome back Miss Mary, the cannon. [208) Organizations Getting involved in campus organizations has become a popular trend at ttie University of Mississippi. Students liave come to enjoy the opportunity for in- teraction with others v ho share their interests and goals. The reasons for interest in organizations range from meeting new friends to taking action on important issues. Whatever the motivation for involvement, student organizations have contributed greatly to the high quality of life enjoyed by students at Ole Miss. -by Amy Hall- 1 996 OLE MISS AIVIVUAL The Ole Miss Annual is a student run organization that works year-round to provide students with a collection of memories that will remind them of their days at Ole Miss. The yearbook also serves as a recruiting tool to show future students the diverse relationships and activities at our university. m Editor-ln-Chief: Jonna Jones Assistant Editor: Amy Hail Business Manager: Jennifer Busiiong Advisor: Traci Mltciiell Student IJfe Editor: Heattier Strickland Assistant: l oo Wee Chen Administrations Editor: Mltzi Bonds Classes Editor: Melissa Paristi Distinction Editor: Denise Alexander Assistant: Courtney Coleman Organizations Editor: Lester Watt Greeks Editor: Brian Crider Assistant: Jennifer Waits Sports Editor: Matt L ott Assistant: Kevin Brooks Pholo by Michael Wllllan 1 996 OLK MISS STAFF: Denise Alexander, Mitzi Bond, Jennifer Busiiong, John Cain, I,oo Wee Chen, Ct)urtney Coleman, Brian Crider, Kate Curtis, Jessica Fellows, Stephen Gent, Amy Hall, Jennifer Hen(lrici s, Jaime Huddleston, Jonna Jones. Matt l,ott, Michelle l iwery, Brian Massengaie, Julie McEachern. Rita Moody, liaur, ' Moore, Melissa Parish, Melissa Senter, Heather Strickland, Jennifer Wails, Lester Watt. Amanda Se.xton. 210 Ole IVIiss Annual 1996 Section Editors: (L to R) Heatlier Strickland, Melissa Parish. Mitzi Bond, Denise Alexander, Braian Crider, Matt Lott, and Lester Watt 1996 Office Workers: Angela Essary, Kevin Brooks, and Jeremy Hopper Photo by Kevin Brooks Business Manager: Jennifer Busliong: Editor: Jonna Jones: Assitant Editor: ,4my Hall iff lit ■i,SiepW ,,W Ole Miss .-Vnnual (21 1 Photo by Brooke Bi-artl 1995 Staff of the Daily Mississippian (I. to R) Cnroline Ragsdale. Chrissie Wotth. Melank- Simpson. Mike Dislim.w. J.imir Kornegay. Marty SeMell. Kol, Robertson. Jane Dorsett. and Kenton Watt s tl tO U The Daily Mississippian publishes a daily circulation of 1 1 .500 Monday through Friday and is funded through advertising and student fees. The newspaper ' s staff is composed of Ole Miss students who report tiie news, edit copy, write headlines, design pages and develop and print photos. Students who work at the DM gain valuable knowledge in state-of-the-art desktop publishing. The DM is the only student-run daily college newspaper in the state, as well as being the only college newspaper that is a member of the Mississippi Press Association. Annually, the DM competes with professional newspapers state-wide, winning awards in a variety of categories. Since 191 1 , the DM has been a source of news for the students of Ole Miss and the Oxford community, in 1962. the paper became a daily. Printed in Farley Hall, the paper is usually available to students by 8 a.m. in most campus buildings and in many local buildings. 1996 Daily Mississippian Staff Editor: M elanie Simpson Managing Editor: Rob Robertson Sports Editor: Marty Sewell Opinion Editor: Mike Dishman Entertainment Editor: Jamie Kornegay Features Editors: Jane Dorsett, Caroline Ragsdale, Ciirissie Wortti, Copy Editor: LaRue Roberts Photo by Mary Heather Hawkins loorts Editor. Mart} Sewell works on a late breaking slory for the Daily Mississippian. ,,.,,.IUI Daily Mississippian (213] sAU ADVERTISING STAFF 1 996 Business Manager: Terri Turnor " UVW The Advertising Staff of tlie Daily Mississippian eonsists of a sales staff and a production staff. Both of these groups functions together as unit, but separate fi ' om the editorial staff of th2e DM. The advertising staff of the Mississippian serves both the University and the Oxford Lafayette County area by providing a way to reach the students in their environments. The sales and production staffs work together to create advertising that is both effective and attractive. The students who make up these staffs are full-time students with a full-time commitment to their jobs. There is a lot of work invoh ed in the advertisments that go into the .Mississippian, and the students on the staff do all of it. These students gain great experience and knowledge through their work with the advertising department of the Daily Mississippian. The knowledge and experience gained here will help them in their future jobs outside of school whether it be in advertising or not. 1996 Adu ' i I isiniu Staff Stefanie Ashford, Sherry Tatum, Melanie Wadklns. Terri Turner, Keli Quinn, Courtney Newton, William Bumham, Brandie Bjorklund, Peter Cleary, Danielle Aderholdt. Rusty Crump. Carroll Chiles, Heather Easley. © Advertising 1996 Prodiirlion Manager: Rusty Crump 1996 Staff Business Manager: Terri Turner Production Manager: Rusty Crump Sales Staff: Mary Heather Hawkins Courtney Newton William Burnham Keli Ouinn Production Staff: Peter Cleary Danielle Aderholdt Brandie Bjorklund Carroll Chile Heather Easley llary Heather Hawkins, and Tamniy Williams are also [lembers of the 1996 advertising staff. iPctfrlW ' Advertising (215] REB» " RADIO, 92.1 FM Rebel Radio is Ole Miss ' commercial, college radio station. It is a student run station where students dj. anchor newscasts, and sell advertising for the station. The winner of nine Mississippi Association of Broadcasters awards and one College Media Advisors award, Rebel Radio is the most awarded station in the state of Mississippi. 92.1FM is an alternative music station, but features specialty shows including Blues, Rap R B, Talk, Sports, and Reggae Shows. e iM.%m 1996 DJ ' s Fletcher Whitwell. Justin Brown, Erin Sulherland. Trevor Lan(lr Rachel Durham. Reggie Blanchard. MIcah Ginn. Bailey Mellon. Jennifer Rice, Taylor Wood. Doyne Clem, Corbin Daily, Theresa Apel, John Graves, Stacy Marshall, Scolt McCraw, Bill Shappard. Michael Magann, Matt Deming, Rusty Crump, Chico Harris, Paul Nelson, Peler Mullaney, Matt Chatham, Greg Ritchie, Michael Staton, ( hase Thomp.son, Charlolle H( ii(lri , Brian Baggett, Brian Powers, Jon Davies, Jonalhon Mock, Grant Reynolds, Paul Tucker, Milch Cohen, Ted Gainey. Patrick Johnson, Pat Dandenault. 216) Channel 12 DJ Mkiili Ginn hosting his early morning show. WUMS 92.1 FM Fall Program Guide Weekdays Micah in the Morning 7-9 a.m. All Request Drivc-Tliru Lunch 11 a.m.-noon All Request 55 Drive At 5 5-6 p.m. Mondays One On One - (a A 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays The Shapard Magann Show - talk 6-7 p.m. Thursdays Desert Island Music 6-7 p.m. Fridays Friday Football Frenzy 3:30-4 p.m. The Beatles Show 6-7 p.m. Sundays Sports Open Line .8 a.ni.-9:30 a.m. RitmoLatina 9:30-11 a.m. CD Rarefies 11 a.m.-12 p.m. " It Came From the Garage " 12-1 :30 p.m. The KiUing Floor - blues 1 :30-3 p.m. Reggae VVorld Beat 3-5 p.m. " Local Mail " S-6 p.m. Rap Soulful Sounds 6-7:30 p.m. " Rebel Retro " 7:30-9p.m. " The Mechanical Pulse " 9-12 midnight The South ' s New Music Leader 1996 Station Manager Fletcher Whitwell W m 1 996 Business Manager Erin Sutherland Channel 12 (217 s U CHANNEL eiMfs Watch OXFORD ' S LOCAL TV NEWS M V Channel 12 is a student run television station at Ole Miss. Located in Farley Hall, the station produces a 30-niinute live news program each weekday. This year Channel 1 2 Newswatch has worked very hard to cover much more local news... news that effects Oxford and the University. The newscasts are produced by journalism students and provide an excellent opportunity for experience in the field of broadcast journalism. 218 I MTV I996(;iiaiiiipl l2Slarr The Clmimcl 12 News Staff at work praducing their nightly news. Greg Rjtcliie doing llie niglnly weatlier. 1996 Channel 12 Staff Station Manger Executive Producer: Bailey Melton INews Director: George Faust Associate Producer: Jamie Ferguson Associate Producer: Brittany Bawcom Sports Director: Trevor Landry Sales Manager: Greg Ritchie UMTV ' (219) sf ll AMBASSADORS The Ole Miss Ambassadors and Regional Representatives play an important role in the high school and junior college relations activities of the Pre-Admissions office. A stud ent organization within the executive branch of the ASB government, the Ambassadors provide tours, write letters to prospective students, house visitors that slay overnight. and participate in other programs that communicate Information about Ole Miss. 1 996 Ambassador Executive Committee Director: Jami Clark: Campus Activities: Heather Holdsworth: Housing: Jenny Dodson: Tara McCallum: Letters: Kristi Senter: Office Contact: Lelia Faye Gary: Public Relations: Charlotte Lowe: PR Trainer: Danielle Taylor; Secretary: Tu Lam: Special Events: Karen Carlisle: Telecounseling: Gina Dunnani; Tours: Mark Meredith; Rita Moody; Treasurer: Mark Eubanks. itl-r:l l220) Ambassadors 1 996 Ambassadors BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Since 1928, the Ole Miss Baptist Student Union has been an organization for ail Christian students who wish to join in order to grow closer to Christ . Such growth is achieved through Bible studies, discipieship. weekly fellowship, and prayer sponsored by the BSL . The BSLI also conducts campus and community outreach projects which gives students the opportunity to minister to others. The BSl comes together on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. for a time of worship, fellowship, and challenge from God ' s word. Ill f; PR Trailer: luimamJoyfi 1995 BSD Officers Front 1-r: Dawn Beck, Stephanie Smith, Colleen Parkes, Candy Aklns, Terri Coggins, Denise Cole. Back 1-r: Keith Cating, Director: Allan Pierce, Chris Jones. Chris Acuff, Terry Polk, Chad Reddltt, Ramsey Herrington, James Lott, Brandon Powell, Ryan Cole. 1996 BSD Members Baptist Student Union (221 , ASSOCIATED ACCOUIVTIIVG STUDENT BODY The Associated Accounting Student Body is the organization of students enrolled in the Ole Miss School of Accountancy. The student body is a part of many groups throughout the accounting association that strives to ensure that all accounting students are able to begin their careers as prepared as possible. Elected officers advise the Office of the Dean on matters relating to student issues ranging from curriculum and advising to professional career placement. The organization acts as a communication medium to inform students of opportunities in the field of accountancy and to encourage student enrollment in the School of Accountancy. 1996 Associated Accounting Student Body Officers Dr. Jimmy Diuis. Dean Broiikc Lester, President Randall Walton. Vice President Michael Russ. Secretary Treasurer Melissa Swetland. Academic Excellence Scholar Associated Accoiinliiig Sludenl Body ACADEMY OF STUDENTS OF PHARMACY The Academy of Students of Pharmacy is the student branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA). APhA is the national professional society of pharmacists and is comprised of practitioners, pharmaceutical scientists, and pharmacy students. APhA promotes the professional practice interests of pharmacists and pharmacy students, establishes programs and activities for its members, and provides a means for members to participate in APliA ' s policy making process. 1996 ASP Offlt CIS 4lh U ' iir Orriocrs- Doug VmX. President; Mclanie llaniiiiill. Vice l rcsidcnt; Sharon Simmons. Sem ' lai : Mack (M). Treasurer: Robin Sears. Activities: Mikki Mitchell, Membership: Shannon Street. Elections: Mary Emily McBride. Program: Brcnda lligginbolham. Fundraising: Julie bowe, I ' ublicilv: Jennifer Robinson. IPSF. 3r(l ear Offiecrs: Blake Thompson. I ' resident-Flect: Mitzi MonlegomeiT. Vice President: Michelle Smith. Vice President: Sallie Massengill. Secretai : l)a id Bnan. Treasurer: Jamey Ixggitt. Aetivllies: Hope B.elk, Membership: Saili Ander.son. Elections: Matt Strum. Program: Julie Tinsley. Fundraising: Beri ' y Phillips. Publicity: Diana Jue. IPSE. Academy of Sludenls of Phamiac ( 223 ) s tl 1996 ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY • o« o» • ° ' o • ° o • ' » a • - 3 o» P ' o ° 1 996 ASB President The 1996 ASB President, Nicole Slofer, is a Political « Science major from Houston. TX, and has served on the • , senate and cabinet in the past years. Her tasks as ' • president include all the responsibilities involved in ' • ' »- overseeing the executive branch. With this branch being ; ••• the largest in the ASB. her special duties include the ' appointment of the presidential cabinet, and the , - J ' appointment of any and all special task forces. Along with® ' the management of the eighteen departments of the » ? cabinet, Nicole is also responsible for seeing that all laws are obeyed. .. . ., - " , .•» , c .•o •,o " © - ; .• tt o ■•« o •» o ,, o ' • • 5 • • ° 1996 Vice President The 1996 ASB Vice President. Rich Johnson, is charged • " » " with the responsibility as President of the most active ' ■ branch of the ASB, the Student Body Senate. This lawmaking body of the ASB is similar to that of the state - legislature in which the Lieutenant Governor acts as President of the Mississippi Senate. As Vice President of , the Associated Student Body. Johnson presides over 56 senators from various post both on and off campus. In his four years at Ole Miss, Rich has served as President of the Greek Council, and his Fraternity Scholarship , « Foundation. He was elected 1995 Campus Favorite, is a „ member of Who ' s Who. and also served in the United States Navy for four years. Rich is a Broadcast Journalism major from New Orleans, La, and is a member of Sigma • o Alpha Fpsilon Fraternity o • .o» tP o • o • o ) ■« C • ($ ♦« previi Se n or 1996 ASB PRESIDEIVT Nicole Stofer 18.s for all sta 1996 ASB ice President Rich Jolinson 224 j Associated Student Body s tl 1 996 ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY o o » o 60.0. ° , O , ■ • o « _0 -0 ' o ..Q . « ••• • o . o« •• " .,« i o . O w « « 00 • • • ' 1 ' ifc rw Ct • o ' . i. ' V ° ' " 1 996 ASB Treasurer ' This year ' s ASB Treasurer is Kallii ii BrooJcfield. A mariveling major from Mempiiis, TN, Kaliiryn has previously been an ASB Senator and Chairman of lhe , Senate Finance Committee. As Treasurer she is ,° . responsible for allocating all finances for ASB •„• organizations and special interest groups of the University of Mississippi. Other activities in which she is involved include Treasurer of her sorority, Omicron Delta Kappa, the Honor ' s Program, and the Order of - Omega, , •, » a .,0 » c ' »• •«. •«. " -• 1 0 • • «o 0 s O -. « " • O O • O • o .0.1! • gf » .0 °»0 Q D ' % 1996 ASB Secretary , Cindy Dantone, an accountajicy major from Greenville, MS, serves as the secretary lo the Associated Student Body. The job of the ASB Secretary fulfills many roles ' ij in the Executive Branch. The ASB secretary is available , ' : for all ASB officers and Cabinet members to aid them in any clerical work that is needed. It is the secretary ' s duty to keep a calendar of events for all ASB meetings and activities. The secretary also serves as office ' manager of the ASB office insuring that it is fully ' staffed. This is to make sure that there is always . someone in the office to answer any questions that f might arise for students. In addition, the secretary is 9 " member of the Presidential Cabinet and takes the ? L. - o 1 minutes. . ,, - . „ O o • o ,0 ' •00 .0 ,o» o • o O •• O o ' •,0 o o »•_ t o I. ' •00 O .o« •o ° 0O o 8 1996 ASB Treasurer Kalhryn Brookfield 1996 ASB Secretary Cindy Dantone Associated Student Body s U STUDEIVT BODY SENATE " uvwS The ASB Vice President, Rich Johnson, presides over the most active and visible branch of student government, the ASB Senate. This governing body is made up of 56 senators from various districts both on and off campus. It serves as the lawmaidng body of the ASB and is where students get the opportunity to change aspects of the University of Mississippi that needs improvement. This is done through legislation drafted by respective senators elected by the students of his or her own districts. The ASB senate is modeled after the United States Constitution and is set up simlliar to that of the Mississippi State Legislature in which the Lieutanent Governor serves as President of the State Senate. With a two-third majority vote, the student body senate is the sole body that has the power to override a Presidential veto. Hielni afW, topi areapi ifl I Executive Senators ■ V The Vice-President of the Associated Student Body has the power to appoint a nine member Executive Council that serves as the highest ranking committee within the Senate. The Council is put into place to aid freshmen sena- tors in understanding the rules, regulations and the proper Parliamentary procedure guidelines needed to understand the different aspects of Senate Legislation. The Council is responsible for insuring that pieces of legislation go through the proper chain of command ending on the desk of the Chancellor. Student Body Senate fti L vole, s U STUDENT JUDICIAL COUNCIL UUAJ The University of Mississippi Student Judicial Council, the highest tribunal in the Associated Student Body, consists of a chairman, a clerk, a prosecuter, six associate members and two alternate members. The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs refers almost all disciplinary cases which arise over to the Council for investigation. Ususally, the recommendations of the Student Judicial Council are approved. The Council also has jurisdiction over all matters of student review. It has the duty to hear and decide all matters relative to the interpretation of the Associated Student Body Constitution, all Associated Body elections, and all laws or resolutions passed by the Iniversity of Mississippi Campus Senate, where council decisions are final. The Student Judicial Council is located in Room 419 of the Ole Miss Union (232-7397). i , } Chairman Jason S. Greener Prosecutor Christopher W. Winter Clerk Nancy Jane Otto Members of the Council Ginger E. Dunnam, Rashed H. Sheikli. Kara L. Keller, Katherine A. Murphy, Lawerence E. Spivey, Aaron T. Harris Alternates Samuel L. Butler. Emilv A. Johnson Student Judicial Council (227 Department Of University Relations Director - Michael McGehee 1 gam J Suann Student Advisory Committee Amanda Byrd Lisa Wood Marcy Swogger David Marden Courtney Hunter Jennifer Graham Lucy Ules Kober Sharp Kelly Kronse Stephanie Hill Carla Marie Williams Neil Kulkarni Oxford Liaison Committee Melissa Tichenor Kelly Bell Laura Love Ratcliff Sara Bouchein Michelle Paul Krlsten Sprlell Sara Whelon Randall Kate Schendel Lauren Barker Robby McGehee Sally Carey Reagan Stewart Amy Boyett 1 Mississippi Government Affairs Committee ! Nikki Duncan Zach Scruggs Neil Kulkarni John Arendall Chad Greer Marcus Winstead Carrie Westbrook Clii ' istlna Goodman Sarah Bouchein Robyn Lee Kate Schendel Stacy Jones Mark Eubanks Holly Lucket Brad Mason Ginger Dunnam Ben Newton Erin Patten Andrew Frcesmeler Mary Adams Justin Brasell Krlsten Sprlell Chris Halk Robby McGehee ASB SPB Liaison Chris Malloy Kathryn Taylor Cooke Kyle Clayton Travis Young Amie Stutzman Candace Jeffcoat Hailey Estes Kathryn Perry Jamie Oakes John Marc Sharpe Jane Meek Angie Milton April Canup I Alumni Relations Caroline Love Caroline Monsour Chris Noone Darenda Motley Christy Couch Anna Hale Christie Evans Hope Kizer Anna Blair Haynes Caton Brooks Anna Mcllwain Ki ' istin Wallace Student Health Advisory Andrea McNeil Hope Belk Ashley Hendricks Blake Thompson Christie Butts Leslie Tribble Charlotte Lowe Amy Palmer Suzi Harrison Susan Hughley CaDd Gti Heal s!«ociated Sludenl Body Commillees Student Wellness -Luanda Weaver Amy Bissell Elizabeth Pery Terry Redeker Julie Robbins Nancy Street Toler Melissa Frohyn Angela Weckl Susanna Crumblcy Amanda Turner Lynn Waters Katherine Todd Nancy Kopf Jenny Puff Justin Cabral % ' t Ashley Harwell Jennifer Boyd Nick Steger UPD Student Relations Reid Elliott Undsey Turk Mani Sahu Jennifer Reape Christine Sandifur Heather OIney Janean Warnock Tom Maag Hank OIneHank Parish Laura Williamson Loren Lemons Whitney McClintock Jenny Mcintyre Beth Miller Seth Randle Jenni Rlsher Bo White Benjamin Montgomery f»l(T m asell pncil i lete Academic Affairs Bill Behm Michael Sicuro Leslie Bumgarner Hoda Bashen Deldrick Gray Ben Scale Joel Montgomery Jennifer Perkins Amy Lowe Christine Tosh Ben Vance Lew Yoder Bethany Thompkins Gray Montgomery Conununity Council Julee McKay Kim Gregory Anne Crowson Lindsay Schieffer Leah White Kelley King Ijndsay Home Larry King Karyn Aldridge Charity Week Anne Payton Clark Jamie Rabalais Crystal Cooper Candace Croswell Gena Mattison Heather McEwen Erin Hanley Cameron Shepherd Hutch Hutchcson Amy Travillo Carrie Bryant Kimberly Smith Meg Barham Meredith Bailey Julie Rogers Beth l awton Neeli Hester Lauren Smythe Bethany Ellington Don Crabtree Jami Clark Burton Doss Ann Hart Braxton Flautt Kristin Talmadge Anna Buskirk Shannon Hopkins Rebecca Michalski Billy Hall Mani Sahu Amy Klober Elizabeth Hamer Associated Student Body Coiiuiiillees s U MALAYSIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Malaysian Student Association (MSA) of Ole Miss was established on March 1, 1982, with the objectives of promoting greater goodwill and understanding among Malaysian students, and introducing the Malaysian culture and hospitality to the Oxford and University Community. 1996 Malaysian Student Association Officers Presidenl: Andrew Chuah, Vice Presideiil: Uiw Cliee Men?. Serreiarj: Janei Sans, TreasureriChoo Ru Cliin. AiidiUinSani SUt Hoong. AcUvily Omcers: Edward Chew. Yew Giek Hun. H(ins Van S .e. Public Relations omrer: Krir Kua. Kdildi-: Clicw Siau Hwee. Sub Kdilors:l ' ook Cliee Meng. Melvin Manitla asa{;ani. KOREAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Korean Student Association was founded at Ole Miss in 1987, with the goal " I nity for its members and Frientlship between Koreans and Americans on Campus. " In order lo carry out its goal, KSA sponsors various activllies such as culture, social, and academic meetings, Korean Student recruitment, spring and fall picnics and annual international festivities. [230 ) Organizations 1996IVIeiiibers Frt)nt 1-r: Hyoyoung Lee, Yeungkl Siik, Seungko a Kyeongsik Rlicw, Kyoungyong Park. Back 1-r: Obyung Kwun, Baeyoung Lee, Namyoun Kim. Byungho Han, Wonyoung Seo, Daeryoung Kim. Ml l«l:S ' ' tS;i STUDENT AFFILIATES OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY SAACS is an organization for anyone interested in chemistry. SMCS informs students of national meetings, seminars. and aids in furthering the education and careers of chemists. iiiil ' ilKirflBS 1 996 Ofricers and Iembere President: Jennifer Jackson. Vice President: Natasha Higgs, Treasurer: Steven Creasy, Advisor: Dr. Mark Erickson. Members: Amber Hale, Tanya Chin. Jacob Eftink, Vipel Patel, Najla Baeshen. EBONY ELEGANCE MODELING BOARD The Ebony Elegance ModcMing Board was eformed in 1993. The purpose of the Ebony gance Modeling Board is to present a diverse. )sitive Image of fashion by modeling the latest styles in clothes and hairstyles. The modeling )ard consist of 20 to 30 models per semester. The modeling squad participates in benefits pagents, and fashion shows. The executive board for the Ebony Elegance I Modeling Board are as follow: ; •resideiil: Stefanie Ashford; Vice Presideni: ' Itacy Jones; Secretary: Tori Miller; Treasurer: Eje(M ' a Sclmer: Advisor: Mrs. Niler Franklin. ;Uift : 1996 Ebony Elegance Modeling Board Organizations (231 s tl BLACK STUDENT UNION a.wS The University of Mississippi Black Student Union serves as a political, social, and educational outlet for all students, particularly African-Americans. It is the belief of the Black Student Union that diversity in our campus organizations and total student body is a prerequisite for progress. As we begin to integrate more black students into the mainstream of our university, we can eradicate the negative stereotypes that haunt this great university in the area of racial harmony and equality. It is the opinion of the BSU that the University of Mississippi is the flagship institution of higher learning across our state. As we commence our assimilation into the student body, we can effectively unify all students thus enhancing our university as a whole. ' 1996 BSII Officers (Sitting 1-r:) President: Kenneth Grigsby, (Coordinator of Programing: Anton Cole. (Standing i-r:) Vice President: Moiilque Brown. Corrdinalor of Programing: Kathleen Sarpy, Treasurer: Tracy Buford, Secretary: Jada Love. Black Student Union Demelric Allen 9 ' ,- - Caroline Askew o « " ° jamilla Howard! o " ° „ „ Meredith Bovd Taurus Harris ' » Latoria Jord an Nikki Jenkins Rochelle Johnson , Canethia Lyons Corina Leslie Vanessa Merrel Lisa Miller Tamika McCullar Lesley C(jver LaChandra Daniels Josh Da ' is Ken Elvin •® ' Nick Gardner c Deldrick Green ° Ijester Green Charleye Hayes Karla Hoskin Germain McConnell Christopher Thompson Stuart HoUingsworth Lamina Marshall LaRhonda Thompson Rose-Claire St. Helane Benlta Myles Benjamin Wells _ , Michael McClendon , . " ®. . ! ' ' " ' . . ■_ -_ a 3 ' Triphinja Wallace - o |]hrislopher Ware ' Ro-Anne Royer o Roger Ringo Angela Rose Mahala Shlllingford Turkessa Shelley Kathleen Sarpy Sharnell Stocks Carlton Turner These BSil members lake time to Iximl together for a picture. ° • o O • ° ' »° oJ.°» •••- o«° o c These BSLI members are having hin planning for the upcoming semester. Black Student Union (233 The Kapp;! I ' si I ' harmaceulical Fraternity is a professional ft-aternity for pharmacy students. The fi-alernity was founded in 1879 but was not established at Ole Miss until 1926. Kappa Psi has roots in the medical community, bul was split off to the fraternity as we know it today. Beta Rho is the chapter of Kappa Psi here at Ole .Miss and is one of the strongest chapters in the south. Kappa Psi has both male and female members aboard, but the Beta Rho chapter is all male. Our fraternity has many different functions and areas of service to both our university and our community. The Beta Rlio chapter is active in many community services projects such as Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Friend. The fraternity also has a rich heritage of leadership and scholastic achievement. Kappa Psi is also an active participant in intramural activities. The fraternity was founded on four principles: fellowship, sobriety, industry, and high ideals. The Beta Rho chapter is proud of its accomplishment and strives to promote the profession of pharmacy. KAPPA PSI 1 996 kappfi Psi Members FirVANCIER ' S CLUB The University of Mississippi ' s Financier ' s Club is primarily composed of students majoring in banking and finance; however, the club is open to all Ole Miss students interested in the area of finance. Annual dues are used to entertain guesl speakers and to hold a fall and spring party. The speakers bring information about the current banking and finance business world. The objective of the club is to familiarize its members with many aspect of various finance professions and to aid them in making career decisions. Organizations s U CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION J The Catholic Student Association (C.S.A.) had a great year in 1995-96. In September the group went Wliitewater rafting on the Ocoee River. For Halloween there was a hayride at a local camp. The group completed several sei-vice projects including decorating t-shlrls for the children at St. Jude ' s Reseai ' ch Hospital in Memphis. Some annual C.S.A. events are the SEARCH Retreat, held at Camp Hopewell; and the Spring Break Mission trip to Saltillo, Mexico. C.S.A. holds weekly meetings of dinner and fellowship every Tuesday al 6:30 p.m. at the St. John ' s rectory. WALL STREET SOUTH IIWESTMENT CLUB 1 Wall Street South Investment Club informs students, faculty, and staff about practical investment opportunities, investment instruments, portfolio selection, and goal selling. Club membership is open to students, faculty, and staff of the university. Organizations (23 COLLEGE REPUBLICANS College Republicans is an educational political student organization. Its primary purpose is to educate its members and the students of Ole Miss about the functions of political offices and the beliefs of the Republican party. In the fall semester of 1995 alone we had Gov. Fordice. Lt. Gov. Briggs. Barbarra Blanton. Walter Michel, Bill Jordan, Charlie Hull, and Ryan Head speak to our members, all of whom are state wide candidates for public offices in 1995. In 1996 we anticipate Sen. Lott. Sen Cochran, and II, S. Rep. Wickers appearance at a CR meeting. The only requirement to being a CR member is you must be a student of Ole Miss and pay your membership fee. (leu 1 996 College Republican IVIeinbers DATA PROCESSIIVG MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION Tlie University of Mississippi Data Processing Management A ssociation(DPMA) started in 1993. The DPMA Student program is designed for students planning careers in information systems or related lields. Intended to complement classroom studies. DPMA provides students willi opportunities to participate in the information processing toTiimunity and to explore various career opportunities. The Ole Miss DPMA chapter is one of the most active Business School student organizations with guest speakers at monthly meetings representing companies such as IBM, Federal Express, BellSouth, Andersen Consulting, Deposit Guaranty, and University Medical Center. DPMA currently takes part with fund-raisers, video teleconferences, infoiinallon systems facility tours, student conference trips, and the latest computer technology workshops. Dr. Brian Reithel, 1995 Business School Outstanding Teacher of the Year, is the Ole Miss DPMA faculty advisor. [236) Organizations hirSodfi) •fUTaiicliapi ' «llieOle ! Wis, 19 ' jppa Kappa " aiaiioac l6fl«e( Itittrfspfft PHI BETA LAMBDA Phi Beta Lambda is a national business fraternity dedicated to developing those sldlls necessary for successful business leadership through competitions and seminars. Phi Beta Lambda encompasses all areas of business and business education. The Gamma Tau Chapter, founded in 1961, looks forward to continuing its winning traditions at state and national conferences. rr 1996 Phi Beta Lambda Officers President: David Wilson. Vice President: Bruce Willis. IVacy Buford, and Mercades Labat. C.F.O.: Larry Weeden, Vice President: Kathryn Wilson, Secretary: Stacy Wilson. TAU BETA SIGMA fi Tau Beta Sigma is a national Honor Society for college and university band members. The Seta Tau chapter was chartered on the Ole Miss campus on April 19, 1959, along vilth 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. Organizations (23 EIVGINEERirVG STUDENT BODY The Engineering Student Body serves as a liaison between tlie Dean and tlie students of tlie Scliool of Engineering. The elected officers along with the administrative heads of each professional society in the School of Engineering form the Executive Council which advises the Dean on Student related issues. The Executive Council also oversees the Engineering School Honor Council. PhoU) by Jimna Jones 1 996 Engineering Student Body Officers President: Chuck Baker, Vice President: Donte Harris, Secretary Treasurer: Michael Pujol. WESLEY FOUNDATIOIV The Wesley Foundation, a Campus Ministry for the United Methodist Church, holds two weekly meetings: Tuesday nights, free meals at 6:30 p.m. and worship at 7 p.m: Thursday nights, worship at 6 p.m. Worship is an exciting time for students to sing together, pray together, encounter scripture, and be refreshed by God ' s love and grace. Wesley ministers to the needs of students through accountability groups, retreats, service projects, and Christian fellowship. All Wesley activities are held at the Student Center at 425 W. Jackson Ave. across from Stockard Martin dorms. All students are welcome. [238] Organizations I STUDENT DIETIC ASSOCIATION The Student Dietetic Associatlon(S.D.A.) was formed to promote healthy lifestyle education to staff, students, and faculty using our background knowledge of dietetics. The purpose for the dietetics students is to promote a fraternity between SDA members while learning more about the growing field of dietetics through hands-on experience. PHI DELTA CHI Phi Delta Chi is a professional pharmacy taternity dedicated to the advancement of the science of pharmacy and its many facets. Established in 1883 as an all-male fraternity, it has since become coeducational nationally, and on this campus remains the only coeducational pharmacy fraternity. The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of the University of Mississippi provides opportunity for service to the community through numerous projects, as veil as opportunity for socially enlightening I unctions and fellowship. The fraternity was recognized in August at the Grand Council meeting for raising the most money nationally for St. Jude ' s in Memphis. In addition, the fraternity was given the Achievement award for completion of the requirements for services and scholastic activities. The Alpha Epsilon chapter continues to strive to promote academic achievement, leadership, and harmony in the vast profession of pharmacy. Organizations (239. s U IIVTERHALL COUIVCIL UMAJ The InterHall Counoil (IHC) is a link that connects students in residence life to on campus events and sponsors co-programming throughout the year. At Ole Miss, each residence hall elects a representative to IHC and that representative attends weekly meetings. Therefore, each residence hall is an active part of IHC. During the fall semester 1995, IHC sponsored Carpet Sales in front of Martin Stockard Hall and the Women ' s Terrace; Welcome Kits for ail freshman students, the Exam Kits for all students, the Ole Miss vs. Tulane pep rally, our Homecoming float that placed 1st the last three years, and the " End of the yeai blowout " party. These are only a few of the many fun activities we planned for the students. Since Spring Break only lasts one week. IHC plans a whole week, full of fim activities and free food, to make your spring break a little longer. We like to call it Spring Break II. and it ' s held the week after Spring Break. IHC also takes pride in all their members, so we have an induction ceremony for the elected officers at each residence hall. tote 1996 IHC Officers and IVlembers President: Tamsen McCabe; Vice President: Rashed Sheikh; Secretary: Kayra Gutierrez; Treasurer: Ryan Kwong; National Communications Coordinator: Melissa Wormser; Publicity Chairman: Amber Kiddy. %, 240 InterHall Council s U ASSOCIATED GRADUATE STUDENT BODY " UUAJ The Associated Graduate Student Body (AGSB) works with faculty, administrators, and other student organizations to provide Ole Miss graduate students with opportunities for professional development. This year those opportunities included grant proposal writing workshops and a national teleconference on the future of graduate education. Monthly mLxers also enable graduate students to meet colleagues from other areas of the university. By addressing common concerns of our membership, the AGSB strives to eliminate much of the unnecessary stress often associated with graduate student life. 1996 Associated Graduate Student Body 1996 Officers: Craig Chapman, President; Amy Soloman, Vice President: Dusty Thompson, Treasurer: and Whitney Thompson, Secretary. Associated Graduate Student Body (241 STUDEIVT PROGRAMMIIVG BOARD The L!niversity of Mississippi Student Programming Board is the major programming body of the University. The Board is composed of two elected officers, a Board of Directors, and numerous committee members. There are eight committees to serve on, with membersliip ranging from twenty to fifty members on each committee. The main goal of the Student Programming Board is to provide the highest quality activities and entertainment at the lowest cost to the students of Ole Miss. The SPB is a great way to get involved with campus activities and their production. Committee member selection is done by an application process. Any Ole Miss student is eligible and encouraged to apply. Members are selected each semester, and interested students should inquire at the Student Programming Board office in the Ole Miss Union. Committees include special interest areas in promotion, trips and tours. SPB also sponsors pageants including Parade of Beauties and the Miss University Scholarship Pageant, a preliminary to the Miss Mississippi Pageant. SPB sponsors Homecoming Week, Red and Blue Week, and College Quiz Bowl through the Multi-Day Events Committee and the Christmas Crafts Fair, Funflicks, and other h novelty entertainment through the Single-Day Events Committee. Diversity Programming is also a part of SPB programming with events such as Diversity Week and special interest programs for activities such as Black History Month and Aids Awareness. Concerts, comedians, and the production of their shows are covered by the Concert Committee and the Pro- duction Committee. Recent acts have showcased B.B. king. Widespread Panic, Chris Rock, Carrot Top, and The AUman Brothers Band. There are many advantages to being a member of SPB. it is a great way to make new friends and the students work with a wide variety of people. As a member you have a voice in campus activities while gaining valuable experience. SPB works with several departments and other organizations on campus. The Student Programming Board is an organization fund- ed by the students, run by the students, for the benefit of the students. Sponsc.- ' i lifl 242 SPB u STUDENT PROGRAMMIIVG BOARD Oh lv Gosh Karen Smith was chosen as the 1996 Miss Lni crsit , lield annually by the Student Pro- gramming Board. Miss liniversity is a preliininary to the Miss Mississippi pageant. It Ain ' t Over... Hope Lidner, a contestant during the Miss Liniversity pageant, entertains the crowd with a song and a smile. Pholo bv Jennifer Hendricks rtiiilu b 1irhjel Uilliams Have Yourself A Merry Uttle Christmas... The an- nual Oxford Christmas parade made a permanent de- tour during the 1995 holiday season to include the University in the merry making. Get Down Tlie Miss University pageant, sponsored by the SPB. allows the ladies to let their talents shine. SPB 243 s il STUDEIVT PROGRAMMIIVG BOARD trvw 244 SPB s U STUDENT PROGRAMMING BOARD Gel Wild Fans at the 31 1 concert got wild and crazy to the sounds hrousht to them by the SPB. Ahh Widespread Panic visited Ole Miss in September of 1995. 9| Wi Iflff 9 j ' y»- ' fl ftK KdHfk 1 ' SKfSP ' 1 HtT pPiNN ■■ff lZ " j H PmPiU i Mff M fll . SPB (245! f THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH BAND The Pride of the South is the center of school spirit at the University of Mississippi. Enrollment of the band is comprised of students ft om nearly every major offered on campus. These students enjoy pursuing excellence while serving the University of Mississippi. Tliroughout its long history, the band has performed both nationally and internationally. In addition to performances at National Football League and NCAA games the band has performed in Belgium, Holland, England, and Ireland. The UM Wind Ensemble tours schools and communities within the tri-state area each spring. . Bring In The Band Before the 1995 game against Alabama, the Ole Miss baud exploded from tlie Ljceum in a sea of red, wearing the newest set of uniforms since the ' 70 ' s. Meastro... Drum Major Mel Morse put his lieait and soul into leading the Pride of the South during the 1995 fall semester. Ml pholii Ihis p;iHi ' li Mirliiit ' l Willl.im.s Band Faculty David Willson Mark Howie Ricky Burkliead Cheryl Cannon Bill Dejournett Kraig Goreth Melynn Mangum Joe Presley Kristl Boggan Director of Bands Assistant Director of Bands Assistant Professor of Percussion Rebelette Coordinator Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Secretary UM GOSPEL CHOIR t J " 1995 Choir Members Brand! Alexander, Slefanie Ashford, Donnell Barr, Nikeisha Bass, Tina Bills, LiKecha Booker, Caryl Boston, Vanessa Brocks, Monte Brooks, Jamiella Burnett, Deon Clslrunk, Lesley Cover, Sheree Culberson, LaChandra Daniels, Tawana Duren, Erika Fairley, Camisha Freeman, Jason Gordon, Jermalne Gray, I ester Green, Taurus Harris, Latonyia Haynes, Jennifer Heard, Sheldon Herrington, Pamela Hllson, LoSonja Horton, Karia Hoskin, Jamila Howard, Raclielle Johnson, Raquel Johnson, Penny Johnson, Jeffrey Jones, Kimberly Jones, DeShonda Lee, Shante ' Lindsey-Ivy, Canethia Lyons, Nikel Mason, Tim Matlock, Shorranda Mays, Tamika McCullar, Vinessa Merrell, Torla Miller, Harold Moman II, Tiffany Mosley, Turkesha Neely, I tonya Nelcum, Tiffani Norman, Stacey Payton, Gay Polk, Korei Reml ert, Maya Reynolds, Roger Ringo, Kyna Robinson, Kimberly Rollins, Angeline Rose, Shereta Royal, Ro-Anne Royer, LaToya Simmons, Willie Ruth Sims, Sharnell Stocks, LaRhonda Thompson, Carlton Turner, Christopher Ware, Bruce Ware, Larry Weeden Jr., Naketa White, Derrick White, Dewayne Williams, Theona Williams, Jorian Williams, Tiffany Wilson, Natalie Wilson, Tetra Winters, Tania Woods, Darryl Young i [248) m Gospel Choir I The choir began in the early seventies with the Black Student Union Choir as its name. Through the years, the choir has undergone a name change, and is currently known as the University of Mississippi Gospel Choir. To date we have approximately 40 members and are under the direction of Ms. Shairease Faulkner. The purpose of the choir is still much the same as it was then, which is to promote spiritual growth and to provide the students with a place that they can call home. It continues to serve as a place to share heavy burdens with others struggling for the same cause. It is also a place to find sisterhood and brotherhood for those of us far from home. But, to us all, the choir serves as a meeting ground where we, the members, find peace and joy: and where all students are welcome to come together to magnify the name of the Lord! ,Eiia leard. LM Gospel Choir (249] s U ARMY ROTC 1995 Army ROTC Front Row { to r): Jeff Aycock, Battalion Commander, and Jack Rhodes, Command Sergeant Major Second Row: Jeff Hopkins, Executive Officer Third Row: Bart Sistrunk, SI; Rob Board, S3: Charles Wright, S3 Air; Marcus Campbell, S4: Ed Thompson, S5 Fourth Row: James Dougherty, Chief Black Hat Trainer Fifth Row: Duke Allen, Strac Black Hat: Everett Beelman, Rezondo Black Hat: Mike Gray. Land Nav. Black Hat: Steven Jenkins, BRM Black Hat Sixth Row: Catina Lefort, A Troop Commander: Trent Fivecoat, B Batter} ' Commander. Rusty Comley, Ranger Company Commander Seventh Row: Terrence Buford; Chris Bennett; Hap Palmer: Michelle Putnam; Chris Baxley; Jose Rodriguez; Scott Beer; Tripp McCullan, Ranger ISG: Chris Rankin; De.xter Moore Eighth Row: Chad Gore; Kent Carlson; Chris Bridgewatcr; Bradley Baker, B Battery ISG: Mike Weaver; Patrick Bryde; John Wible; David Wrigtit; Eric Watkins; Chris Smith ot Pictured: Yancey Bums, S3-U ' 0: Gary Christian, A uoop ISG: Calvin Dumas, B and C Black Hat i. 1995 Army Little Sisters [250J Army ROTC MODELING BOARD From Ro« i to r): Ken Jamison, Michle Moore, Ann Burdick, Samar Arafit, Sonja Allen, Mary Lacy Montgomery, Captain Bert Nappier Middle Row: Allison Borders, Heather Strickland, Uuren Mellon, Stacy Reynolds, Paula Scott, Melissa Smith, Tanisha Reed, Charleye Hayes, Julie Swanson Bark Ro«: Dwayne Griffin, Brooke Beard, Katy Stone, Julia Meyers, Kristen Spruill, Stephanie Napper, OtisFox, Anne Crowson, Emily Bellew, Co-Captain Tempe Suratt, Erin Patten, Amy Guiliano Not Pictured: Angela Brignole, Lachonda Carter, Keith Patterson, Michael Tra 1s, Seana Bonner, Crystal Grafton, Jamie Rabalais.and Director Xecia Long The University of Mississippi Modeling Board, under tlie department of Family Consumer Sciences, was founded at Ole Miss in 1974, The UMMB is under the direction of Kecia Long and is a group of students that has been selected to represent the university in a unique " fashion " . The board not only represents Ole Miss students in the high profile fashion industry, but also strives to serve a prominant role in both university and community. The UMMB is a highly diversified group of students and encourages diversified activities. The UMMB donates its time to projects free of charge and welcomes any and all opportunities to participate in local slate and national activities. The UMMB is an exciting organization for those who enjoy interaction with large groups in a fast paced, high protile environment. IModeling Board (251 INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS The ' ;.-; ' Me of Manage- ment ■ :)U(Uants (IMA), is the vv.ind ' s largest associa- tion oi management accoun- lants and financial managers. IMA offers services, products and activities to benefit you in every stage of your financial career — to help you meet the challenges to perform ef- fectively in today ' s business environment. This chapter is active on campus and in the Oxford Community. 8T • 1- : President: Helen Cornelius. Vice President: Joy Warr. Secretary: Sarah Weylan Randle. Treasurer: Kathryn Wilson, Director of Recreational Activities: Jamie Price. Director of Social AcliWties: Be erly Hamblin. Director of Meetings: Ashley Nelson. Director of Community Service: Jamie SiiiKletun, Director of Communications: Ashley .lolliff. Director of Tourism: Kevin ' I ' anzola, Director of Manuscripts: Mike Schumaker. Director of Mewslelter: KB Melear SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION B I The Student Advisory Board is comprised of representatives from each student organization in the Ole Miss School of Business Ad- ministration and is chaired by the Student Body President. The SAB provides opportunities for students to voice their opinions and con- cerns, to represent the Business School, and to act as a liaison be- tween Business students and the faculty. In its monthly meetings, this group makes recommendations regarding any facet of the school ' s operations. Bo While, President: Jeff Barnes; Brett Estes: Brent Graham; Angle Lipe; Keith Patterson; Lisa Sewell; and Elizabeth Smolherman -r [252] Organizations I STUDEIVT SOCIAL WORK ORGANIZATION The Student Social Work Or- ganization of the University of Mississippi shall promote the professional development of students who are social work majors and minors seeking ca- reers in professional social work practice. The organization shall embody the principles of the So- cial Work Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers. Members shall be en- couraged to serve humanity through promotion of academic enricliment and service. ([tclorol II; fera President: Sandy Jett, ire President: Julie Wariu ' i ' . Secrelai-y: Claire Colquitt, Treasurer: Gerra Johnston. Service Coordinator: Marissa Duncan, Social Coordinator: Stacey Goliday, Publicity Director: Felicia Yarbrough Newsletter Editor: June Sedwick BLACK GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION The Black Graduate and Professional Student Association was founded in 1988 b men and women who saw value in the unification of those graduates seeking the common goal of higher education. Through progressiveness and solidarity we stand as representatives of positivity and achievement. Thus we proudly adorn the motto. " The Black Graduate and Professional Student Association; An exhibition of excellence, " It symbolizes the committment and dedication of the BGPSA mem- bers toward masters degrees, law degrees, and Ph. D. ' s. The BGPSA serves as a medium for developing the leadership potential and ability of its members. We network to create an environment for the African- American graduate student that will promote both the enhancement of profes- sionalism and the advancement of our economic status as effective tools in the furtherment of our race. The BGPSA promised and delivered a dynamic and progressive year. Among the various social and academic activities planned were a host of seminars and workshops. These intensive sessions were designed in collaboration with admin- istration to assist in the financial, professional, personal, psychological, and academic support and well-being of the BGPSA members. Some of the seminars presented were: 1 . Strategies for Successful Matriculation of Minority Graduate Students How to Sunlve 2. Stress Management Workshop 3. Networking and Graduate Student Success Tliese represent just a few of the workshops held during the 1994-95 school term. Some of the other activities included: programs geared toward teaching undergraduate students about Law, Pharmacy, and Graduate programs at the University of Mississippi, recruitment and retention of minority students, programs promoting Cultural Awareness, as well as quarterly production of " The Ex- hibitiiin " , our newsletter. Currently, there are more than 220 African-American students enrolled in the Graduate programs at the university. It is the goal of the BGPSA to facilitate in ensuring that the academic endeavors of its members will culminate in the attainment of advanced degrees. Organizations s U NAVAL ROTC ARMY- NAVY ?AiR fOR ' " . a ¥« fc " ' U • •IP 3L ' « . jnu " 9SIX£I The Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) was established at Ole Miss in June. 1946, with the purpose of training Ole Miss students for future Naval careers. NROTC students are classified either Scholarship or College Program Midshipmen. All commissioned scholar- ship students must serve four years on active duty. At the end of the four year period commissioned students may choose to leave active service and be commissioned in the Naval Reserve. For information about scholarships and career oppor- tunities available through the NROTC program, please con- tact Ueutennant Kim Hill collect at (601) 232-5831. Naval ROTC Officers Front { to . Col. Jem Kahlcr. Maj. Ken Lissner Middle: Lt. Ben Bowan. Kns Kil Martinez, YNC Sharon Melton, 11. Kiiii Hill Back: SKCS Tern, Phillips, QMCJohn Chambers, Maria Uvles, Gy, Sat, Brian Simmons 254 lavalROTC s U NAVAL ROTC First Class Second Class Third Class INavalROTC (255 MARINERS Jennifer Baker Meg Barham. Kimherh Bennet, Karen Boggs. Sarah Bomberger. Kate Brand. Carrie Breilharth. Leigha Brewer. Rebecca Cage. April Canup, Mindy Carlson Tammy Chin. KJm Claris. Crystal Cooper. Kiniberly Courts. Jennifer Cox. Tiffany Crawford. Candace Crawford. Candace Croswell. Samanlha Davis Gina Diinnam. Ginger Duniiam. .lorllvn Enoch. Hailey Ksles. Janice Gabriel. Nakemia Gray. Usa Ginn. Melissa Hammock. Ann Hart. Mandi Henry. Shaiida Hezlep Julie Horn Ivy Jean Huggins mlier Kiddv. Jenni Kinger ' . Daphne Kraft. Hope Ladncr. Courtney Mayficld. Allison McCamey. Lynn McKcy. Jane Meek. Heather McCloud. Karmel Mister. Tonva Morris. OHara Uwen, Kiw Parker. Kelley I ' irtk: alerie Russell. Mani Sahu. Carmen Saunders. Lilknis Ann Shoemaker. Laura SMIth. Erin Speir. Emily Tarrant. Camie Taylor. Elizabeth Waller. Cherie Westeney. Shirley Wiygul. Courtney )arbrough Mariners is ttie Navy ROTC auxiliary. We help the midship- men during their fundraisers and community service projects. Our own service project each semester is visiting the VA hos- pital in Memphis. [256] IVlariners s U REBEL BASKETBALL POM SQUAD uvw 996 Basketball Pom Squad Members Front row; Hailey Esles, Renee Gaston, Renee Hunt. Second row: Stacey Jones, Shenee England, Carrie Gardner, Rachel Tijerina. Back row: Mindy Carlson, KG, Biglane, Jennifer Denlceler, Kate Rogers. Suzanne Gardiner. The Rebel Basketball Pom Squad wears two hats! They perform at the Lady Rebs and Men ' s basketball games, and they work with the cheerleaders to " Fire Up " the crowds! Pom Squad (257 J s U RESIDENCE HALL LIFE uvilS Dorm Life at the University of Mississippi is full of adventure and fun. Students are able to get involved with the many activities put on each semester by the dif- ferent dorms. The next few pages gives a glimpse into dorm life here at Ole Miss and the people who work for so little yet do so much to make dorm life on campus as positive an experience as they can for all students. All photos on both pages by Michael Williams 258 Residence Ufe BARNARD ISOM SOMERVILLE u .w Some of the familiar faces of BIS: Chariton Johnson, Mike Clarlc. Lawrence Williams, and Phillip Tew ntl Hi I Barnard Isom and Somerville, also known as BIS. is an upperclassman male dorm. Situated next to ttie Union, it offers tfie closest access to most of the daily facili- ties on campus. BIS has an entertainment area for residents where they can play pool or just hang out with friends. BIS 259 d il CROSBY Crosby Halls Staff: (Front) Ivana Vajic. Cindy Fong, Lynn Shillingford. Amalee Jayaslnghe (Back) Marie Moore. Shana Langston, Mary Tillman, ' ranimie Daily, and Rhonda Thompson (Not Pictured) Valerie Hall and Debbie Bonaminio A female upperclassman dorm, Cros- by Is one of the youngest on campus. The friendly staff holds the key to a huge lobby, workout room, and laun- dry center as well as more video ren- tals than you could watch and tons of other forgotten items (vacuums, carts and vers). [260 ) Crosby Hall s U GUESS Guess Hall is one dormitory tliat goes tlie extra mile for its residents. Guess is one of the only dorms that nev- er closes, even through the holiday season it is avail- able for its residents. They also offer a dinner during the holiday season and rides to Kroger on Sat- urdays for those students who don ' t have their own cars. Guess also has an an- nual auction where they auction off services and a pot luck dinner where in- ternational students can bring a meal from their home country. Guess works hard to make life on cam- pus at Ole Miss a home away from home. The smiling faces of Guess Hall: Howard Brown, Roy Jones. Rashed Sheikh. Gina Marie, Rochelle Roily, and Leila Gary Guess Hall (261 BROWN Brown ' s ladies: (Back Row) Amanda Sexton, Heather Strickland, Leslie Cover, Chesley Childs; (Front Row) Shelly Schools. Jennifer Poissot. Canethia Lyons; (Not Pictured) Emily Reimer Brown Hall, A freshman women ' s dorm located on the circle, has a wide range of services to offer its residents. Brown not only has a computer room, study room and weight room but they also offer video and vcr rentals. The staff at Brown provides programs throughout the year on safe sex, study skills and black history. Residents can also participate in hall decorating competitions during Halloween and Christmas. [262) Brown Hall KirVCANNOIV Rice. Jonathon Harrington. Chris Payton, Jacob Eftink. Jason Brown. Andy Beatty. and Shane Rose Kincannon Hall, the upperclassmen male dorm at the corner of sorority row and the union drive, provides many benefits to its residents. With a computer center laundry room, and television in the lobby - Kincannon offers a pleasant atmosphere for the older guys. Kincannon also offers residents movie and vcr rental as well as brooms, vacuums and many other of life s necessities. All that and only a stone ' s throw from most campus facilities. Kincannon Hall (263) s U STEWART i Stewart Staffer ' s: (front) Tina Fulkerson. Julie Dyess, Katrina Williams and Lori Hamptons; (back) Mistie Barnes Def Stewart Hall is a girls dorm that combines up- perclassmen and freshmen. This unique oppor- tunity allows freshmen the chance to make friends that have a few years under their belt and provides them with an extra boost towards get- ting settled and finding just the right path for them at Ole Miss. Stewart is right along the circle and gives students close proximity to most other dorms and also puts them close to the Union and classes. 264) Stewart Hall sMl STOCKARD-MARTIN " uvw The Reskienl Advisors at Stockard-Martln: (Back Row) Dan Hoehler, Jim Berryhlll, Jim Wood, Mineasa Turner, G. Drew Jacicson, Robb Delleo, Jay Korybski; (Second Row) Kayra Gutierrez, Miciielle Borzik. Rebecca Ludd (Seated) J. Bubba Gray, Glenda Gutierrez, Amber Kiddy, Auburn Kopau, Jennifer Cox, Tamsen McCabe, Asliton Feehan; (On the floor) Ann Juniker, John Juniker The twin towers are one of the most popular living quarters for freshman. Living on campus is a requirement for freshmen and life at the towers makes for finding new friends, getting used to life at Ole Miss and still finding time to study. Stockard-Martin (265] Ooh. don ' t these boys look sweet. Their dedication to tun lielps raise money for Delta Gamma s Anchor Splash. 266 Greeks s At the University of Mississippi, Greek organizations play a major role in cam- pus life. Greek sororities and frater- nities provide members with the op- portunity to interact with peers in a social environment. Community service is a major part of Greek life, too, as Greeks devote much time and energy to the pursuit of helping others. Greeks at 0 e Miss have stepped into the role of promoters of cooperation among campus groups. As the Uni- versity of Mississippi steps towards the twenty-first century, Greeks also progress toward a new era. -by Amy Hall- Panhellenic Executive Officers Jill Brissenden, President Emily Bellew, Vice President Education Judicial Caroline Askew, Vice President NPHC Jenni Risher, Vice President Rush Cynthia Kingrea, Secretary Treasurer Elizabeth Gabrielly, Director of Publications Terri Hudson, Special Programming Panhellenic Members Lynn Waters, Portia Leary, Elizabeth Perry, Sally Walburn, Holly Dunn, Kecla Kitchens, Tara Prater, Kim Parker, Sally Adkins, Nikki Duncan, Erin Sutherland, Holly Ferrell, Honea Henderson, Rose Michelle Murf, Chytania Brown, Angela Childress, Ashley Catanese, Cynthia Hargrove The Panhellenic Council is comprised of Greek women representing every sorority on campus. Three members, a chapter president, and two Panhellenic representatives attend biweekly meetings. Panhellenic presides over all NPC and NPHC sororities providing educational programming, campus and community service projects, and coordinating rush week activities. New officers are elected at the end of the fall semester each year. This year ' s Panhellenic Council has brought in speakers on such Issues as alcohol abuse, eating disorders, and women ' s health issues. The National Adopt-A-School program with Oxford Jr. High was most successful this year due to a large turnout of greek volunteers wanting to lend their lime as tutors and mentors. Panhellenic has provided services to the Lafayette County Schools, United Way, Food Pantry, Clothes Closet, University Museums and The American Heart Association. [268) Panhellenic Wnter odhfGree Tlie Jodie fraterniiies llifserespo iversitj ' s VicePres mtacuin t«lsaodrf Womiedani TtieDirei is to put to f allys HieLF.c. could J Inter Fraternal Council The Inter Fraternal Council (I.F.C.) serves many different roles at the University of Mississippi. l.F.C. regulates every facet of the Greek system, and makes sure that everyt hing runs smoothly. The Judicial system is an important part of the I.F.C. It keeps all of the fraternities in check and makes sure that all of the fraternities stay within the guidelines of the I.F.C. constitution. The Vice President of Judicial and Education handles all of these responsibilities. He is also in charge of any programs which may further the excellent scholastic achievement of the university ' s fraternities. Vice President of Rush maintains and prepares for the week of Rush. He will be the I.F.C. Official that you will come in contact with most often during your Rush week. On top of those duties he will also be in charge of distributing your blue cards and recommendations to each fraternity. The Vice President of NPHC is also an important part of our council. He makes sure that all of the NPHC groups are well informed and are aware of all the rules and regulations of I.F.C. Dues are collected once a semester, and minutes are taken at all of our meetings. All of these duties are handled by our Secretary Treasurer. He also keeps the accounts in line and types all of the minutes for following meetings. The Director of Public Relations and Publications informs the board and council of all upcoming events. An added job of his is to put together the Angelia. Finally we have the President who maintains control over his council and all runs as efficiently as possible. He also runs all of the l.F.C. meetings, and ultimately has the final decision. The l.F.C. takes on a large range of duties with the Greek system. All of these components make up the Executive Council, who could do little without the Board. The Board is made up of two representatives from each group. Tills gives everyone an equal say, and maintains a balance with the system. Inter Fraternal Council (269] AKA Alpha Kai f}a Alpha Greek Facts I alional Chapter Founded: January 1908 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: May 1974 Mascot: Frog Symbol: Ivy Leaf Flower: Pink Tea Rose Colors: Pink and Green Motto: Service to All Mankind Philanthropy: All worthy charities Brother Fraternity: Alpha Phi Alpha Housemother: Johnnie Wilson INumber of Active Members: 1 8 Number of Chapters Nationally: over 800 Sarors throw up Uirir pinkies and smile. [ 270 ) , lplia kappa Alpha Siimr Tracy Tonnes hanf s out with fellow greek Angel Crawford. i I I ipm Alpha Kappa Alpha (271 , Aln!--j Omicron Pi leek Facts aal Chapter Founded: Jan. 2, 1897; Barnard oiifge, Columbia Univ.; NYC, NY 1958 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: Feb 22. Mascot: Panda Bear Symbol: Rose, Sheaf of Wheat Flower: Jaczuemlnot Rose (rose with no thorns) Colors: Cardinal Philanthropy: Arthritis Research Biggest Event of the Year: Rose Ball Favorite Tradition: Christmas Pajama Party Little Known Fact: AOII has chapters in Canada as well as the U.S. Housemother: .Vlama Mac (Myrtle McElrath) Favorite Band(s) Played at Parties: The Breakfast Club Floyd the Barber Number of Active Members: 125 Biggest Chapter Nationally: University of Georgia Number of Chapters Nationally: 1 70 P r y- ' i P .J? 1 JM d V fm m r H ' «. ■«r ' ■■ M V::f - «-■ k 1 . V ' , . X • Jennifer. Stephanie, and Beth liaving fun at Sigma Chi Graffiti Swap . on ' s rclrl)ralinfi in the sun at . ' isma CM Dcrliy Day. [272 ) Alpha OnUcron Pi 3 M Kalie anfl Melanie are all smiles on Bid Day. aMMmmiyyHMi .mkh ' ' m i«» u m fp 5l_ , te li ' yj ik. 9 jSro cs c Alpha Omlcron Pi (27c: Xft Chi Omega Greek Facts Natioiiai ;haptcr Founded: University of Arionsas April 5. 1895 Olc ViJss Chapter Founded: Nov 4, 1899 Mascot: Owl Symbol: Diamonds and Pearls Flower: WTiite Carnation Colors: Cardinal and Straw Famous .Alumni: Mar ' Ann Mobley (Miss America 1959, TV film actress). Lynda Lee Mead Shea (Miss . America I960). Mary Donnelly Haskell (actress). Celia Ward (actress), Rose Ti T. Dabbs (Chi Omega National President 1993-4), Mary Ann Fruge (Chi Omega National Secretary 1993-4, Vice President 1994-5) Philanthropy: Chi - Read-A-Loud Brother Greek Organization: Kappa Sigma Housemother: Sarah Duke IVumber of . ctive Members: 184 Biggest Chapter ationally: University of Texas Number of Chapters Nationally: 1 74 Chi-O ' s have fun at KA Disco Swap These Chi Onief;a ' s are having a great time at h(tnitOtl Kiiler Snap [274] Chi Omega Forever sisters begin on Hid day @i ( ! 1 fel ! J); O: ® ® e i ® ® ' ' ' @i ®; f«i© ; ; j j fS T ' i |j ; © ' ® s €)! :; im ' 0 ' ' M ' ' " -i; 5=) m .• — - »♦ 1 ( i J ®i @) @: ® r j ®i @! 1 (W r y . 1 ! 1 f« i i f )! ! i ! i O 6 ' ® ■ii ' ?« ®!0 ®! O! O ® i - (®: ! i i )! l li i ; ); j pi : i ); 1 Chi Omega (275 i Delta ii Delta Greek Facts NatioRit! Chapter Founded: Thanksgiving Eve, 1888. Bos- ton. ' -A Ole !Vli.ss Chapter Founded: 1904 Mascot: Dolphin Symbol: Pearl. Pine, and Pansy Flower: Pansy Colors: Silver. Blue, and Gold Motto: " Let us steadfastly love one another " Famous Alumni: Cynthia Geary, Dixie Carter, Katie Couric, Farrah Fawcett Philanthropy: Children ' s Cancer Center Biggest Kvenl of the Year: " Pancakes for Kids Breakfast " Best Known For: Academic Excellence and Campus In- volvement Favorite Tradition: Big Sis LiI Sis. Founder ' s Day, Pansy Luncheon Little Known Fact: Tri-Delta ranks in the top three as one of the largest sororities nationwide Housemother: Mrs. Julia Baker Number of .Active Members: 1 76 Biggest Chapter ationally: University of Texas IVumber of Chapters Nationally: 1 30 Sophomores eagerly awnit their new pledges to run doim the hill. [276] Delta Delta Delta V _Wn Hv k " — — — •- ' Hlfl j ; » j ® ( jRj i i t |rf5 i( j ; 5, ,%ai?i ] ;4 j% c |; Delta Delta Delta (277 Ar Delta (jiinuna Greek Facts Natio.M.fi Chiipler Founded: 1873 - Oxford, MS Ole «ss Chapter Founded: 1927 Mascot: Hannah Doll (Raggedy Ann) Sjinbol: Anchor Flower: Creme Colored Rose Colors: Bronze. Pink, and Blue Motto: ' Do Good " Famous Alumni: Joan Lunden. Julia Louise Dreyfuss, Julia Sweeney Biggest Event of the ear: Anchor Splash Best Known For: Campus involvement and scholarship Favorite Tradition: ritual visit to the confederate window in Ventress Hall, which was partially donated by Delta Gamma to the University Grey ' s Little Known Fact: This is the founding " Mother " chapter Brother Fraternity: Phi Delta Theta Anchomian: Jason Barrett Housemother: Nancy Mattox INumber of Active Members: 1 57 Biggest Chapter ' ationally: Villanova University INumber of Chapters Nationally: 1 34 - - ■ ' l- c i )( ' (■ Gees knon haw to p;irl} nl Derby Day. 278 Delta Ganuna Hid L :iy is Ihe be nninn of a great year. tl 4 I H v % . t v 6) v - frtii : j : ( : : • " ' YifiRS ' t ( t f - - I f t K S f w f 2 U r Jl S Kt a mf iilS iJrW». W : H : : @) ' » - @ ( : Delta Ganima ( 27S ■ .■■,«, «.i ' -..iMi ««: Delta Sigma Theta leek Facts ational Chapter Founded: January 13, 1913 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: 1973 Colors: Crimson and Cream Flower: African Violet Symbol: Fortitude Motto: " Intelligence is the torch of wisdom " Major Campus Program: Mr. I ambda Sig- ma Main Objective: Public Service fJclla Sigina Thetas enjoy Ihcir new house. [ 280 ) Delta Sigma Theta staking ground for the hiture home of Delta Sigma Theta. k Delta Sigma Theta 2b , KA® Kappa Alpha Theta .y Greek Facts l alional Chapler Founded: Jan. 27, 1870 - DePaul Uni- versily (Greencastle, IN) Ole Miss Chapter Founded: 1979 Mascot: Cat Symbol: Kite Flower: Black and Gold Pansy Colors: Black and Gold Famous Alumni: Amy Grant. Sheryl Crow. Edie Brickell, Rue McClanahan Philanthropy: CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Biggest Event of the Year: Frats At Bat and Parents Weekend Favorite Tradition: Big Sis ' Lil ' Sis ' Christmas Party Little known Farl: The oldest Greek Fraternity Letter known among women Housemother: Virginia Miller Favorite Band Played at Parties: Push Tom Down umber of Active Members: 127 Number of Chapters Nationally: 1 57 iiSSSS % -JF • ' ip --.iia a.i-; jatwifffc ' . fS ' ;.i »» I 1 I M Thctas pose for u Fonii.il pirliirc. [282] Kappa Alpha lliela These Theins are haiing a great time at Derby Day. kappa Alpha Thela (281? Kappa Delta Greek Facts INalionai Chapter Founded: ()( I. 23, 1897 Oie i liss Chapter Founded: J;in 15, 1927 Mascot: Teddy Bear S mbol: Da{us( ' i ' Flower: While Rose Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White IVIolto: Ta Kala Diokomen: " Let us strive lor lliat which is Honc)rat)le, Beautiful, and Highest " Famous Alumni: Georgia O ' Keefe (artist) Biggest Kvent of the Year: Crawfish Party Favorite ' I ' radition: Pledge Christmas Tea Favorite Hangout: The Downtown Grill Brother Fraternity: Sigma Chi Dagger Man: Scott Shows Housemother: Sue Rocconi Favorite Band Played at Parties: Jack OPierce Biggest Chapter IVationally: Alpha Mu (Ole Miss) ■ . ..S- y i?c»i f ' . .. J S i I im 11(1 ) ' i){i III- iii iicifihhdi lliddics ilitn ' t let uiiir hahics crow »p la he Kciliiccks. 284) Kappa Delta t • !» l(- «5 2 ; ; iBy j 1 @)i j j l i 142 j ! 1 i ! ! i j i { p i ; ); ); ; ; ) 1 1 )! ! d S , ; i i Kappa Delta (28r_ : tTraE« ' ' on«OVUt;.tL ' ' ' T: ' rri KKr Kappa Kappa Gamma jt Greek Facts IVatioli::! Cluipter Founded: Oct. 13, 1870 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: March 15. 1947 Mascot: Owl Symbol: Key Flower: Fleur-de-lis Colors: Light Blue and Dari Blue Famous Alumni: Candace Bergen, Kate Jackson, Jane Pauley Philanthropy: Kappa Kickoff Biggest Event of the Year: Riverboat Favorite Tradition: Kappa Tailgate in the Grove Favorite Hangout: Lafayettes Forrester ' s Housemother: Ms. Paige Favorite Bands Played at Parties: Breakfast Club, Jack Ingram, Dash Rip Rock IXumber of Active Members: 160 -■•»• Ml ' ri£ ■u rm r m fe I Drrhy D;iy is .so fun. liruniluii ,111(1 :t(ii ' .it Ihf I ' lii Drit snap. 286 ) kappa kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Gainina (287j i- c9irmi%xTaKxnvnwi-Trv ui i.Hlt9mi nB$ Pi Beta Phi Greek Facts Na;i ' ' ' .3i Chapter Founded: April 28, 1867 Oie !iss Chapter Founded: March 10, 1962 Mascot: Angel Symbol: Arrow Flower: Wiiie Carnation Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Famous . lumni: Faye Dunaway, Susan Akin (Miss Anierica 1986) Philanthropy: Links to Literacy and Arrowmont (a settlement school in Gatlinburg. TN) Biggest Event of the Year: Beaux and Arrows (our formal) Favorite Tradition: Monmouth tradition Little Known Fact: We were the first women ' s fra- ternity Favorite Hangout: Lafayette ' s, Proud Larry ' s, The Grill Housemother: Anne Alexander Number of Active Members: 1 35 Number of Chapters iXationally: 128 Pi Phi ' s nin ' t tt.iit tn srcpt our nc» pledges. Having a great lime at our Countr}- Western Swap »ith K. ' . 288 Pi Beta Phi JjS Ki Sm ( 9|( ( j iw S " 5 « M ' 11 nil I ' ti! ii tjb - iv L Sn L ' j L 9 m k [ SSfR i jr. Sf i E ' iPft ft (9I( I )I@)I OlOIOICM « u i rii S tsiW , 5l £)| |©|(0 ■0 txAi , Slr OIOI A txjft ijn fSfln Lf M L Sr tU ' i fe Shi _L I® K [c S JIE K 8% !|( Pi Beta Phi (28S fr--»|.r.«n .i»iCTi»in™iHr?.aiiimMB— Phi Mu Greek Facts Natlosi. ; r;-:apter Founded: March 4. 1852 Masi ' Oi. iJon Symbol: Ladybug Flower: Carnation Colors: Rose and While Philanthropy: Children ' s Miracle Network, Project Hope Biggest Event of the Year: Boat Bash, Pledge Olympics Favorite Tradition: Christmas Party, Alumni Easter Egg Hunt Little Known Fact: Second oldest Women ' s Frater- nity Housemother: Jane C. Jones ' Ms. Lou " PhiMu (291 Z$B Zeta I eta Greek Facts IVatJonal Chapter Founded: January 1 6. 1 920 at Howard UnKersity Ole Miss Chapter Founded: November 13. 1976 Mas; ' . ' ... Cat Sjinifoi: Dove Flower: Wliite Rose Colors: Blue and White [VIotto: Omnia Vincit Habore: All is conquered by labor. Famous Alumni: Zora Necile Hurston. Esther Rolle. Sarah Vaughn Philanthropy: Storks Nest Biggest Event of the Year: Spring Bash Best Rnown For: Stepping Favorite Tradition: Finer Womanhood Week Little Known Fact: First Greek organization with chapters in Africa Favorite Hangout: Phi Beta Sigma House Brother Greek Organization: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. INuniber of Active Members: 1 4 Number of Chapters Nationally: over 500 BNTIA The Z$B ' ,s are all smiles when they ' re together. Haviiis fun. hanginfi nut with Z$B sisters 292) Zela Phi Beta J. i ZetaPhiBela (26 Zeta Tail Alpha k Facts Natif ' i: • fiapter Founded: Longwood College Fai ' iir _ . A. October 15, 1898 IWastot: Bunny Symbol: 5 pointed crown Flower: White Violet Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray Motto: Seek the Noblest Philanthropy: Susan G. Komen Foundation Housemother: Freda Rock Number of Chapters IVatlonally: 224 7,rl;i ' x ha 1ng fun at a Hon ling Mixer u1th Chi Psi [ 294 ) Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha 95 Alpha Phi Alpha Greek Facts National Chiiptcr Founded: December 4. 1906. Cornell Universily. Ithaca, NY Ole Miss fi ' apter Founded: March 20, 1978 Symbdi: -Miiiiiix FlowsT: ellow Rose Colors: Black and Old Gold IVlotlo: " Manly Deeds, Scholarship, and Love For All Man- kind " Famous Alumni: Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr.. W.E.B. Dii- Bois. Jackie Robinson Philanthropy: Project Alpha Teen Pregnancy Seminar, No- ember Can Food Drive Biggest Event of the ear: Alpha Week Best Known For: Scholarship and the Miss Black and Gold Pageant Favorite Hangout: I nion Sister Sorority: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sweetheart: Brandi Alexander, Miss Black Gold 1995- 1996 Slogan: " First of All, Servants of All. We Shall Transcend All. " Chapter IName: Nu Upsilon Kivthers Scull GrifUn and CartUm Turner stand iin the steps of G7 1 . [296 ) Mpha Phi Alpha Brother Anton Cole pauses to pose for a picture. i ; . 1 l ■ ' M I ii ff Alpha Phi Alpha (2S AT12 Alpha Tmi Omega I Greek Facts ; w4 Hs , IXatio ' .j •;: siiapter Founded: September 1 1, 1865 Ole i ' stiss iJiapter Founded: February 4, 1927 . Famuiis Alumni: Bob Hope, Jack Kemp, Steve Spur- - — rier. Andrew Shue, Jack Ingram «__ Philanthropy: Christmas Store, Chucky Mullins Courage Award Banquet Sweetheart: Emily Belleu _ , , Housemother: Ruth Miller sd. :Z! ' J2 -- : 3sS» - Number of Chapters l ationalIy: 175 3 j; " f;« 5 ni»-rwr-. I I v ' t ii ;M .aM«.,— -. i fi-r . p IB ' I These ATS2 s and their dales enjoy another Gatorbaah. ■iVJr 1 B iif . H p i i I I i I I This group of ATfis celebrate bid day. The perfect big brother liiile l rotlier pair [298) Alpha Tau Omefia • 59? e i !S V! jr m ' .ia«!b •• s ' vv? 7 " U ♦ JP lE g B - $ ' S lfeL B 1 153 o ' s s v » il F « J= •i m »feap lisa isal Q Q »5 Alpha Tau Omega (299; Beta Theta PI Greek Facts National ( " iiayser Founded: August 8. 1839 Ole Miss 4 hapier Founded: 1879 Mascot; Dragon Flower: Rose Coii(!T»: Red and Blue Motto: •KAl " Famous Alumni: Sam Walton, William Pern,, Chancellor Hume. George Pepard, Jamie L. Whitten. Ray Mabus. Mike Schmidt, Senator Packwood, Adam West Plilianthropy: Children ' s Burn Awareness Biggest Event of liie Year: Ole Man River Favorite Tradition: Christmas Tree Little IvnoHTi Fact: Oldest national fraternity in existence Favorite Hangout: l.afayetle ' s Sister sorority: Pi Beta Phi Sweetlieart: endy Taylor Housemotiier: Ms. Benham Favorite Bands Plaved at Parties: Freeworld, Plow. Dash Rip Rock Number of Active Members: 45 Biggest Chapter ationally: Mizzou Number of Chapters Nationally: 1 66 4- 5 W Chris. Robert and Ke 1n getting ready for their Halluween party. [300) Beta ThelaPi Sarah and Jason pose for a Bid Day picture. _r 4 I o UJ m UJ IS in V4 C ! BetaThetaPi (30 x ' Gr 31% Facts National r ' c Founded: May 20, 1841 OleMISc, .apier Founded: 1858 Colors: Puiple and Gold Famous, Aiumni: Kemmons Wilson, Prince Albert of Monaco. Edmund Lynch, Charles Merrill Phiianthropy: American Cancer Society, Reedy Acres Children ' s Home Biggest Event of tlie Year: Phillip Spencer Weekend Little Known Fact: 1 st fraternity to have a house Favorite Hangout: The Bar in the Lodge Sweetlieart: Hope Ladner Housemotlier: LeBrun Adams Favorite Bands Piayed at Parties: Liquid Jelly, Monkey Love, King Konga A ' umber of Active IVlembers: 45 Biggest Cliapter IVationaliy: University of Georgia INumber of Ciiapters IMationaiiy: 30 «; () buck Hftir iJii ' Indiana State game Having a boss lime at tlic ZTA - X Ixmiing niL cr. 302 ChiPsi i. n ChiPsi (3O ' KA Ka ■J ' ■ Jpha f jk Facts ;,apler Founded: 1865 Oiapter Founded: 1900 .01 ' : Red Rose, Magnolia Colors: Crimson and Old Gold IVlotto: " Dieu et les Dames " Famous Alunuii: J. Edgar Hoover, George C. Mar- shall Philanthropy: MDA Biggest Event of the Year: KA - Fight Night Best Known For: Old South Favorite Hangout: Lafayettes. P ' orrester ' s Sister Sorority: Phi Mu Sweetheart-: Erin kleuser - AAA Housemother: Mrs. Cynthia Caldwell Favorite Bands Played at Parties: Breakfast Club, The Grapes, Cowboy Mouth Number of Active Members: 1 1 INumber of Chapters l ationally: 128 .. ' " ' • . . The Sduth sluill rise a ain! This K. and liis dale liaving a great time at tlie Hell Raisin ' Hayseed. [304) kappa Alpha l ilSif ff m W i i M ' CiSi fli tl? | wS ; ' j-p j |p i fe i !i j ' ' f?S] %M C Bi 3i! € 3ji m C C i I i e i ! p .-„::7.- — " " h k isjp j Q 3 ' ' ' 1 c ? c i €? i Kappa Alpha Order fSG Kappa Sigma G jk Facts Nalionai Chapter Founded: Der. 10. 1869 Ole ' iiss Chapter Founded: Oct. 8, 1926 SyiHbol: Caduceus Flower: Lilly of the Valley Colors: Scarlet. White, and Green IVIotto: Star and Crescent Famous Alumni: Robert Redford. Bob Dole. Jerry Jones. Sam Donaldson. Jimmy Buffett. Ciirlis Strange Philanthropy: Kappa Sigma Musicfesl Best Known For: South Seas Sister Sorority: ( hi Omega Favorite Bands Pla ed at Parties: The Charlie Mars Band, Breakfast Club. Blues Old Stand Sweetheart: Angela Nance IXumber of Aclive Members: 1 1 IXuniber of Chapters Nationally: 2 1 6 ) ' ; ,.r - H:i ncs. liranrlon. Chria. n(l iinic ;il thr K1 nnri KKT nii cr. Ks S,iiii. Knrrn. Lis,), niiil Scull ,il Ihc KA kiilii:ijt. [306 ) Kappa Sigma (icU ' mn read} for South Seas. Kappa Sigma (30?, Phi Gamma Delta Grt%2k Facts National CSiapter Founded: 1848 - Jefferson College Ole Miss Chapter Founded: 1992 Mascot: Snowy While Owl SjTiibol: Black Diamond Flower: Purple Clematis Colors: Royal Purple and White Famous Alumni: Johnny Carson, Jack Nicklaus, Cal- vin Coolidge, Scott Bakula, Tom Skerritt Philanthropy: Battle of the Bands Biggest Event of the Year: Fiji Island Best Known For: Fiji Island Sweetheart: Kelli Lewis Housemother: Rae Orgeron ( " Mama Rae " ) Favorite Bands Played at Parties: Better Than Ezra, Dash Rip Rock l umber of Active Members: 65 Biggest Chapter Nationally: University of Texas Number of Chapters Nationally: 135 ■ " : • .«- f_ S. |H|(i wm H SPI l: KL- ■ " ■ 1 ■ Blc jM UmC f . ip IHj H 4 ' J!!!! l l " -Ml " IPPVJ I •HP ' m k ™ r Happy Halloween from the Phi Gam house. Tficse [ ' hi Gams haw a blast the night before Homerominfi [308) Phi Gamma Delta Michael ami Mandy strike a pose before Dash Kip Rock takes the stage. Li IK ' ' Phi Gamma Delta (309 . xuuiiiNn nnniKar CiinhSC fllf Phi Kappa Psi Greek Facts National Chapter Founded: Feb. 19. 1852 Ole IVfiss Chapter Founded: Feb 19. 1857 Flo«(-5: Jacqueminot Rose Colors: Cardinal Red and Hunter Green IVlotto: " United by Friendship, Sustained by Honor and Led by Trutli, We Live and Flourish " Famous Alumni: Woodrow Wilson Biggest Event of the Year: Riverside Blues Favorite Tradition: Homecoming Cookout Little known Fact: Oldest Fraternity on Campus Favorite Hangout: Tunica Sweetheart: Nicola MaKay Housemother: Mrs. Cynthia Caldwell Favorite Bands Played at Parties: Uncle Woody, Figure 8, and Roadside Attraction IVumber of Active Members: 35 Biggest Chapter l ationally: Kansas Alpha Number of Chapters [Nationally: 90 I {,- ■p k ' " .■f j { I I I i I I I I Aill and K building iast year ' s Homecomins float. [310) Phi Kappa PsI Piim— ■■■ I I IS)? ♦ififes. K W 1P 1 W t7 mp- ' S, .«!« i% ffSl l jr Phi Kappa Psl (3 Phi kappa Tau Greek Facts INatkfisiiS Chapter Founded: M;irdi 17, 1906 Ole liss Chapter Fo unded: March 23. 1969 Symbol: Unicorn Flower: Red Carnation Colors: Harvard Red and Gold Famous Alumni: Paul Newnian Bisgesl Event of the Year: Lost Weekend Favorite Handout: l-afayette ' s Sister Sorority: Alpha Omicron Pi Sweetheart: Laura Turnage Housemother: Nancy Mattox l umber of Active Members: 45 Biggest Chapter IVationaiiy: Miami University (Oxford, OH) I umber of Chapters l ationally: 175 ? i [ i I i [ Triliiilc III .Inn (i:irii:i Mi ci: Jill ami Imiii llr lor llir i muT:i ;tl iiiir ll illimrrn I ' urly. [312] Phi kappa Tau J. ,„, ' i Phi Kappa Tau (313. A0 Phi Delta Theta Greek Facts iVational Cliapler Founded: Dec. 26, 1848 (Oxford, OH) Ole Miss Chapter Founded: 1877 Mascot: Dallas Athena and her owl Flower: White Carnation Colors: Azure and Argent Motto: " We enjoy life by the help of society and others " Famous . lunini: Burt Reynolds. Neil Armstrong. Former Mississippi Governor William Winter Philanthropy: Hoops for Kids Favorite Tradition: Ivy League Party Sister Sorority: Delta Ganima Sweetheart: Genny Morris Housemother: Eloise Rollins INumber of Active Members: 1 49 ' A l " - .,M i ? :1 liil II I i i i J fell- ».rriv I G G R © Phi Dpit ' s having ;i IjInsI at hy Leasiie. Wish you ivcre here. Phi Delta Thela I» t ' ' r »»- |P|?-.i- V. ■- 1 f ? f» i i S I , jT »5 ■ 5 W W • a 5 " ■ tf ' jr- ?5 H t r ■ ' S jp - ( 9i ' « JF IC) Q J? . s. 3 l -• ' i.%! f ! - f t t i -lt i| " » WM ' imf jr Phi Delta Theta (31 5 j B2 Phi Beta Sigma Greek Facts IXalional Chapter Founded: Janiiniy 9, 1914 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: Februai ' y 26, 1975 Colors: Royal Blue and Pure White IVIotto: " Culture for Service and Service for Human- ity " Famous Alumni: Emmitt Smith. Blair Underwood. George Washington Carver Philanthropy: Sickle Cell Anemia Biggest Event of the Year: Spring Bash Favorite Tradition: Stepping Favorite Hangout: Fraternity House Sister Sorority: Zela Phi Beta Sorority. Inc. I umber of Active Members: 1 3 INumbcr of Chapters I atlonally: over 600 PA i f tt - - ii i i ' s4.- ' :.M t] liriillicrs siciiiiiiifi diiiiufi " lrrl llic CVrcA.s ' " Mcnilicis (ifllir Kfhi ' l Fiiitll):ill Taini fiijiisiiifi , " ijtiici " niiiincnl 316) Phi Beta Sigma .,101 Phi Beta Sigma (317 ■ aB»CTmcTOtfiT«m}Ml!rig»8B IIKA Pi Kappa Alpha Greek Facts National Chapter Founded: March 1, 1868 (University of Virginia) Ole Miss Chapter Founded: May 27, 1927 Mascot: Dalmation Symbol: Firetruck Flower: Lilly of the Valley Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Famous Alumni: Senator Thad Cochran, Former Lieutenant Governor Brad Dye Philanthropy: CcUiipus Cleanup, Adopt a Mile, Pike Calendar Sweetheart: Sunnye Finch Housemother: Maiy Furr Number of Active Members: 65 Number of Chapters IMationally: 238 Having a blast at the Cajiin XQ Arrange-A-Dale. [318) Pi kappa Alpha Charles Stinimr II cckend is imc iit inir knaritt ' traditions. PI Kappa Alpha (31 9] I SI f nr-: ' . ,.« , Ihi Greek Facts IMationai sl jajHer Founded: June 28, 1855 Ole IM?s,s I ' hapler Founded: October 10, 1857 Flower: While Rose Coiors: Blue and Old Gold blotto: " In hoc si no vinces " Famous Alumni: David Lelterman. John Wayne, Brad Pill. Woody Harrelson, Bob Griese Philanlhropy: Mississippi kidney Foundation and LeBonheur Children ' s Hospital Biggest Eveni of the ear: Derby Day Favorite Tradition: " The Flaming Polynesian " Housemother: Jean Kirk Favorite Bands Played at Parties: Biu( Mountain, David Allan Coe. Strutter l umber of Active Members: 165 Biggest Chapter FXationally: Kta (Ihapler (Ole Miss) Number of Chaptei INationally: 229 r ...yt " rx Ui , ,| ' ' Sji One liisl " linmili " :il Ihc Sif ai.i Clii Si-iiinr l irly ' Aiiionc ( f) lor Tu ii Tcini W resiling? 320] Sigma Chi • :p ! I OB ' 1 m W 1 B m g m I Qil ' v- ' HTu nt ' W r % 9 .4.J, tS E EJO B Sigma Chi (32 V« ■lllll|i|WMilllHII ■■ ' r-3;Tiry ' iT?:i5?Bi- Sigma va Epsilon eek Facts S,i Ml IMaMonal Chapter Founded: March 9. 1856 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: 1866 Famous Alumni: Supreme Court Justice L.QC. La- „ mar, Haley Barbour. Chairman National Republican Committee and novelist William Faulkner The SAE ' s soofi lurk rh.inii (hirinfi plrrlf;c fimthnW. ' " . Having a great tinif at ilic 1 " AE - AA II csicri) . li cr. [322) Sigma Alpha Fpsilon 1 ' ■ I I S Ip i ' P I ' I • ' ' l «V M T u , ' V Y " .ij l ' f . 1 s l 3| 9 , L. L l s 8 n • «» ii i » ff«w. v« k - 1 J (Vn " I i In H r i « ! iii l h ! iji ' " ■ ♦i F 1 1 « li r »f l» ' :i r •.» » y r W ♦ " is i- ! " C n r m V.I HSfc 1 .- v ° % ■ . ,4 1 J P A k i IM 1 ■p B am n- 1 i ; 9 1 3 i r 5 1 fe- HS79 % ! 1 ...__:.: __j ?fi 3 ¥ p i as .. H?5 h ( J l 1 ' aiKia 1, n -1 » »JP- ♦s ?- Sigma Alpha EpsUon ( 323 J - ' --»w«ir 4vinnraT if jrwnKTTr Etrrflri lHr 2$E Sigma Phi Epsilon Greek Facts IV ' ational Chapter Founded: November 1 1901 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: June 2 1 1928 Symbol: Heart Flower: Purple Violet and Red Rose Colors: i ' uiple and Sanguine Motto: " Building balanced Leaders for America ' s Conimunities " Famous AJumni: Dr. Seuss, Orel Hershiser, Carroll (J Connnor Biggest Event of the Year: Wild Wild West Favorite Tradition: Canoe trip Uttle Known Fact: Dr. Naismith (Inventor of Bas- ketball) was a Si g Ep Sweetheart: Laura James Housemother: MImi Brown Favorite Bands Played at Parties: Dash Rip Rock Breakfast Club, 1 5 minutes umber of Active Members: 1 17 Biggest Chapter Nationallv: Florida Number of Chapters atiohaUy: 271 h f j |gll U} iUni fi.-|| ■ 4 ' m Xi I A Wild IVild West is a tradition with Sig Ep. 1324) Sigma Phi Fpsiion Sigma Phi Epsiion (32f m Sigma l u eek Facts ' | K;kj!iai Chapter Founded: 1869 Ole Miss Chapter Founded: 1927 Famous Alunini: Senator Trent Lott, Rep. Roser Wicker. Rep. Tim P ' ord. Rep. Ed Bryant, Archie Man- ning. Donnie Kessinger, Paul " Bear " Bryant, Pal Riley, James Dean, Harrison Ford Philanthropy: Charity Bowl Biggest Event of the Year: Charity Bowl, Wood- stock Sweetheart: Liz deFuniak -•.,.,. sK-fSiS.;.. f Tf- I ' Sigma Nu ' s having a blast ai ilicir Famous Duos Party [ 326 ] Sigma l u 1 i E3 S i « [ E8 . y Sigma u (327! Ar Anchor Splash The Delta Gammas raised money to benefit their national philanthropy Sight Conservation and Aid to the Blind during the tenth annual Anchor Splash. Some of the fundraising events included a pool tournament, a pre-splash at Lafayette ' s, t-shirt sales and several fraternity competitions. • [328) Ar Anchor Splash " i. AOn Alcatraz AOn Alcatraz took place February 21,1 995 at the AOn house. Members of the sorority went and kidnapped the presidents of campus fraternities and sororities. Each chapter posted $40 as " bail " for their president. All proceeds went to benefit AOn ' s national philanthropy, The Arthritis Foundation. AOn Alcatraz 329] KA Fight Night ( Kappa Alpha has sponsored " Fight Night " for the last five years to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy Association. The event has six different weight classes with prizes going to winners in each division. The event also has " grudge " matches where people challenge one another to a fight. " Fight Night " raised over ten thousand dollars for MDA. Si Chant! Sigma ftiarit) ■I H ■;:;- - . ■ ■■B ■ Mi Bj p i 1 1 1 BN I w w f 1 ■: 1 1 H M PS ■i i M HN IHH ■L. 1 1 1 f i 11 I 1 ■ ' , V [330] KA Fighl ighl SN Charity Bowl for nzes ople Sigma Nu raises money on an annual basis by competing against another fraternity in its annual Charity Bowl football game. The fraternity that bids the highest donation competes against Sigma Nu in the football game. Each fraternity combines efforts in raising money for a particular charity which includes the selling of T-shirts and selling tickets to the game each year. 2N Charily Bowl (331 .immii i ilMMUJ l .WLM i H BCTPBMy Miss Black and Gold Miss Blark unci Gold C93- ' 94j Nikitia Hollingsworth Following the pageant, Miss Black and Gold C93-94) attends the reception in her honor. Contestants Helinda Moore. Tracey Tonnes, and Cheryl Pegues congratulate the New Miss Black and Gold — Nikitia Hollingsworth. Alpha Phi . lpha. Iiv.. sponsors the Miss Black and Gold pageant and the winner also serves as the frateitiity ' s sweetheart. Proceeds are donated to the March of Dimes. 332) A$A IVliss Black and Gold ) $M Pledge Olympics On October 12, Phi Mu Sorority hosted their 8th annual Pledge Olympics at Village Field. Pledge classes from all sororities and fraternities were invited to participate in field events like a backward egg toss and tug of war. All proceeds from entry fees and T-shirt sales benefitted LeBonheur Children ' s Hospital in Memphis. M Pledge Olympics ( 333j Afro Olympics The Afro Olympics is part of Greel Week. This event brings the NPHC, NIC and NPC together in a number of events including " Sldn the Snalce " and the " Three-legged race " . The finale to the Olympics is a step show combining members of NIC and NPC with NPHC into teams. This event is sponsored by IPC, Greek Life, and Panhellenic, and is coordinated by Terri Hudson. V ' tf mb B J 3k i B . J 1 [ |rit IP 334] fro Olympics $A@ Hoops for liids Phi Delta Theta has sponsored " Hoops for Kids " for the last four years to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The event consists of a 3-on-3 basketball tournament with prizes going to the winners in each division. Other activities include a sports auction, dunk contest, calutia and other events. " Hoops for Kids " has raised over thirty thousand dollars to build a Childrens ' Cancer Camp. 7 Hoops for Kids (335j Josh Nelson plans out his strategy against the Indiana State team during one of our spirited pep rallies. I ' Imlo h LiKiii- kiisscl Rebel baseball is a hin way to spend a Saturday be- cause our team always puts on a show of strength. Flying high against the gators. Lady Reb 33 gives it her all. -S ' ll %r H! [336] Sports ?rs o CL GO Under the leadership of first-year athletic director Pete Boone, a new era in Ole Miss athletics has begun. The sports spectrum has been broadened with the first SEC Lacrosse and women ' s soccer teams in our university ' s history. Although the Ole Miss Rebel football team faced a dismal season under NCAA probation, head coach Tommy Tu- berville (in his first year at the University of Mis- sissippi) kept team morale high by providing out- standing leadership. The 1 995-96 school year saw a great progress in the Ole Miss athletic program. -by Amy Halt- The 1995 Ole Miss Rebels 338) I ' ooihiiii Photo by Trey Jordan 1995 Rebel Football Roster 1 Stewart Partridge 1 Michael Winfield 2 Ronnie Heard 3 Timothy Strickland 4 Jeff Smith 5 Walt Hill 5 LeMay Thomas 6 Jeff Lipp 7 Eli Anding 8 Paul Carillo 9 Keith Campbell 9 Jason Carter 10 Ta ' Boris Fisher 1 1 Mark Smith 12 Stuart Brown 12 Tyler Craddock 13 Paul Head 14 Broc Kreits 15 Josh Nelson 15 Trent Wright 16 Ed Odom 17 Lawrence Adams 19 Todd Vowell 20 Randall Green 21 Steve Lindsey 22 Dou Innocent 23 Jason Clingan 24 Derek Jones 25 Nick Sagona 25 Paul Winfield 26 Thomas Nakia Magee 27 Moine Nicholson 28 Artie Moore 29 Walker Jones 30 Gary Thigpen 31 Sam Owen 32 David Knott 32 Jason Nickel 33 Tony Cannion 34 Kevin Cooper 35 Hunter Caston 36 Bubba Bonds 36 Seth Joyner 37 Quincey Washington 38 Michael Lowery 39 Lonny Calicchio 39 Eric Vice 40 Renard Brown 41 Nate Wayne 42 Britt Wicker 43 Kyle Wicker 44 Trey Wicker 45 Kyron Motion 46 Johnny Desler 47 Lance Harrison 47 Micael Mitchell 48 Tim Montz 49 Jeff Boutwell 50 Matt Luke 52 Ken Judon 53 Bo Bennett 54 Omar Edwards 55 Chris Peery 55 Matt Wells 56 Erik Beelman 56 Darrell Moncus 57 Otis Fox 58 David Vinson 58 G. Davis Wilson 59 Chris May 60 David Evans 61 Shannon Provencher 63 Chris Cola 64 David Abramson 65 Eric Bubrig 66 Bobby Killion 69 Jeremy Morris 70 Joey Embry 71 Todd Wade 72 Orlando Trainer 73 Jamie Baucom 74 Nabil Hamed 76 Skip Joyce 77 Kendrick Hickman 78 Boyd Kitchen 79 Jonathan Casey 80 Frank Wilson 81 Adam Bettis 81 Chad Rhoden 82 Kris Mangum 83 Tutan Reyes 84 Mhikal Giron 84 David McGowan 85 Stephen Miles 86 Andre Hollis 87 Devon Coburn 88 Neil Alford 88 Ronnie Letson 89 Damon Bilbrew 90 guentin Wilson 91 Gene Barnes 92 Ed Fortson 95 Morris Scott 97 DeWayne McCurdy 98 Greg Childs Coaching Staff Tommy Tuberville. Head Coach Art Kaufman, Defensive Coordinator Noel Mazzone, Offensive Coordinator Don Dunn, Defensive Tackles Eddie Gran. Running Backs Greg Knox, Wide Receivers John Lovett. Defensive Backs Hugh Nail, Offensive Line Joe Pannunzio. Special Teams Terry Price, Defensive Ends At the beginning of the 1995 Ole Miss football season, expectations were not very high for the rebuilding program. The team was begin- ning a four-year probation in which scho- larships were cut from 23 to 13, and was under the leadership of a new head coach. Tommy Tuberville. However, the Rebels soon silenced the critics and surprised most of their fans with a powerful running game and a defense which was among the toughest in the nation. The new Twelfth Man program brought the fans closer to the team, as two walk-on " twelfth men " were selected from members of the student body who tried out for the team in the spring. Although most predicted a weaker season than 1994, the Rebels finished 1995 with a winning record of 6-5, a two-game im- provement upon the previous season. Of thi six wins, three were against SEC opponent Georgia, Vanderbilt, and Mississippi State. A: a perfect conclusion to the winning season Ole Miss defeated State in the annual Eg| Bowl, 13-10, in Starkville, to reclaim the Gold en Egg trophy. Running back Dou Innocent set an Ole Miss single-game rushing record with 242 yards in the game, while wide receiver LeMay Thomas established the new Rebel re- ceptions record for a single season. Although 25 seniors are departing the team. Coach Tu- berville and the rest of the Rebels are hoping for an even better season next year, and to keep the Golden Egg at the University of Mis- sissippi. k -By Matt Lott- ■ Jtoinleftn, inning seasi le annual I claim the Goi ju Innocent! Qg record wi wide receii new Rebel I ison,Altho Coacli els are persi iityofW ibove: Dttom Dttom Rebel kicker Tim Montz attempts the extra point against Tulane. Left: The Ole Miss defense is " on the ball " against the Green Wave passing game. Right- Defensive end Renard Brown honors an autograph request from a young fan after the game. PootbaH F B A " L ' Above: The Ole Miss defense digs in against the Vanderbilt offensive attack in the Rebs ' homecoming game. Bottom: guarterback Paul Head rolls out left and hands off right to running back Mark Smith in the backfield against Memphis. " " ' ytocoUect iastj r » n . 1 % Hbove Left: Dou Innocent runs rampant on the State defense on jiis way to collecting a Rebel-record 242 rushing yards. Ilelow Left: Rebels Timothy Strickland and Ta ' Boris Fisher K:elebrate a sweet season-ending victory against State. Ribove Right: Ole Miss first-year coach Tommy Tuberville caps off Nhe season in style by reclaiming the Golden Egg for the Rebels. 1995 Rebel Scorecard Auburn 46-13 Ole Miss Indiana State 10-56 Ole Miss Georgia 10-18 Ole Miss Florida 28-10 Ole Miss Tulane 17-20 Ole Miss Arkansas 13-6 Ole Miss Alabama 23-9 Ole Miss Vanderbilt 10-21 Ole Miss Memphis 3-34 Ole Miss LSU 38-9 Ole Miss Miss. St. 10-13 Ole Miss (343 " ARE YOU READY? Ole Miss Cheerleaders Varsity Mary Ellen Coleman Mike Boyd Stephanie Casper John Judkins Ginger Mathews Scott Dixon Laura Milling Edward Scott Missy Waldrow Dave Smith Alison Duplechin Anthony Michel Lynn Haynes Norman Chouinard Junior Varsity Nancy Grimes Jason Wells Jennifer Patterson Taylor Messenger Tonya Swanson Bryan Anderson Ami Jo Jean Philip Wentworth Mellissa Russo Chris Stephenson Courtney Rogers Darryl Thomas Sunshine Sollenberger Chris Baxley [344] Chcerleadei-s Left: A display of great balance is just part of the job of being a cheerleader. Above: Lynn Haynes incites spirit from the Ole Miss crowd at halftime. Bottom: Sunshine SoUenberger fires up the crowd on a sunny gameday early in the season. Tlie New Team in Town 1995 marked the year of the first women ' s soccer team at Ole Miss. Consisting of eleven freshmen and three transfers, the team sur- prised many with its veteran-like play. Junior Sarah Comeaux, the leading scorer in the SEC, and freshman Leah Rutledge, SEC as- sists leader, led the Rebels ' offen- sive attack, while the young, ag- gressive defense quickly established itself as a powerful force. Despite several injuries, the team expects an even more successful season next year, as all fourteen members of this year ' s team will return. Truly, the Ole Miss women ' s soccer team has set the foundation for a winning fu- ture. - by Tammy Zegledi - y The 1995 Lady Rebels Soccer Team 346) Sorrer April Coss 1 9 Charlotte Newell 2 Aundrea Tauzin 3 Rachel Wokurka 4 Jennie Schurr 5 Jennifer Blackwell 6 Elizabeth Lee 7 Michelle Dubuc 8 Holly Strachan 10 Sarah Comeaux 1 1 Tammy Zegledi 12 Kelly Kreis 13 Carrie Nobles 17 Leah Rutledge Left: Jennie Schurr changes directions to set up another run by the Rebels. Right: Ole Miss breaks downfield with the help of a strong throw-in. [348) ollejbal! j.eft- Liz Poerner sets the ball for a slam against the Lady Bulldogs, ilight: Jennifer Owens gets everything straight with her teammates Lefore the next point begins. 1995 Rebel Volleyball Team 1 Susan Argue 2 Alexandra Johnson 3 Liz Poerner 4 Julia Sitarz 5 Stephanie Somers 6 Leslie Bourgeios 7 Danielle Atzinger 8 Taylor Fleming 9 Laticia Mathis 10 Laurie Sellers 1 1 Jennifer Owens 12 Genevieve " V " Shy 14 Karen Horner B iA L L E T B A r , ' 3 d 1995-96 Ole Miss Rebels 11 v ' 1995-96 Rebel Basketball Team 00 Jon Cantrell 3 John Jackson 4 Jason Smith 5 Ansu Sesay 10 Trey Moore 1 1 Joezon Darby 15 Ervin Games 20 Robert Butler 21 Andre Burnside 22 Michael White 30 Hunter Carpenter 33 Keith Carter 34 Marlon Childs 41 Anthony Boone Photo by Matt Lott The Rebels tip off the 1995-96 basketball season at home against Davidson. 50, W ' ?![£ 3 j -:t.«r !| ■ R: 1 : Rebel freshman Keith Carter goes up high for a layup against Davidson. Above Right: John Jackson Ukes the high-percentage shot in the lane. . .„„„ „f„„H r Below Right: Ole Miss senior Ervin Games pulls up for a jump shot against a Davidson defender Left: Anthony Boone struggles for the ball under the goal in the Rebels ' home opener. Above Right: Ervin Games launches a shot from far away in the face of a defender. Below Right: Ole Miss forward Ansu Sesay attempts a distant jump shot in the Rebs ' offensive attack in the frontcourt. 352 J B i :; ' ■» -. Photo by Matt Lett Above: Freshman Michael White brings the ball out of the backcourt as the Ole Miss offense mounts. Below Left: Joezon Darby looks for the open man while eluding the opponent ' s defense. Below Right: Point guard Ervin Games sets up the Rebel offense in the opening minutes of the season. B ketbal! (35 (3! 1995-96 Ole Miss Lady Rebels Photo by Matt Lott Regan Seybert tries for a 3-pointer over the Evansville defender. 1995-96 Lady Rebel Basketball Team 3 Dorianne Johnson 4 Lisa Miller 10 Regan Seybert 11 Melinda White 12 Kim Rosamond 14 Christie Sides 22 Katrecia Craig 25 Niesha Dobbs 30 Anita Milons 33 Yolanda Moore 34 Jennie Gadd 35 Tarsha Bethley 45 Leslie Pinker ton " ■ " " it; la It To E ' All photos by Matt Lott eft: Regan Seybert puts up another 3-point shot versus the Lady Aces. Vbove Right: Tarsha Bethley struggles for the rebound in the lane along with several Evansville defenders, ielow Right: Yolanda Moore takes an off-balance shot in the opening round of the Domino ' s Lady Rebel Classic. L Left: Lisa Miller shoots from " way downtown " against Memphis State. Above Right: Yolanda Moore fights Inside for the tough rebound. Below Right: The Lady Rebels drive inside to the baslcet against the defense of the Lady Aces. All photos by Matt Lotti;; _ Jl M » • m m ' i } I m 4 ?m i ' .j i,, m vm «• t m ft ' L ■■ ' % ' fM All photos by Matt Lott bove: Katrecia Craig shows good form in an easy layup. :low: Christie Sides malces an acrobatic layup in the paint in the Domino ' s Lady Rebel Classic. s E A i The 1995 Ole Miss Rebel Baseball Team 1 Pliiilu h l.iKue Kuss. The Rebs keep swingin ' for the fences on their way to another winning season. 1995 Rebel Baseball Roster 7 Billy Bernard 10 Joe Ignatius 1 1 Keith Lewis 12 Todd Mensik 13 Mickey Callaway 14 Jim Morgan 15 Richy Harrelson 16 Jason Huisman 17 Doyle Bryan 18 John McNeese 20 David Dellucci 2 1 Nakia Magee 22 Ryan Young 23 Marc MacMillan 24 Chris McCardle 26 Jim Cook 27 Jason Easterling 30 Paul Head 31 Tom Afenir 33 Jeffrey Johnson 34 Matt Abernathy 35 David Swan 37 Jason McKenzie 38 John Knight 39 Charles Barbour 40 Stephen Pryor 42 Chris Vowell 43 Jamey Price 44 Dan De Young 45 Jason Price 48 Blaine Prine Coaching Staff 1 Don Kessinger 3 Bill Mosiello 19 Tom Fleenor 36 Steve Thomason s Conference at the mound: Coach Mosiello talks it over with catcher Tom Afenir and pitcher Jason McKenzie. Photo by LaRue Russell The 1995 season for the Ole Miss Rebel baseball team was filled with heavy hitting, outstanding pitching, and 40 thrilling vic- tories. It was concluded with the Rebels first trip to an NCAA re- gional tournament in over two de- cades. In Tallahassee, the site of the regional, the Rebs lost to even- tual-champion Florida State, but they had more than made a bold statement about the strength of the team. The Ole Miss baseball team had come full circle, and are looking forward to another suc- cessful season. -by Matt Lott- 360 Baseball and the delivery! Photo by LaRue Russell Above Left: The Rebs fight one off with a foul ball. Above Right: An Ole Miss baserunner confers with the umpire during a pitching change. Bottom: 6-4-3! Keith Lewis turns over another " Danver ' s Double Play. " ' itSiwll Photo by LaRue Russell Jeffrey Johnson begins his swing in hopes for another big Rebel hit. E The 1995 Ole Miss Men s Tennis Team t A 364) iciini ' t ' ,:. ' - - " ' S3Z,iSSSBl The 1995 Ole Miss Women ' s Tennis Team Rebel Tennis Team Men Ben Cousins Sebashieun Chaunuc Remi Feneon Hogan Gidley Ali Hamadeh Barry Hassell Johan Hede Johan Landsberg Brett Lesley Michael Pritchard Charly Rasheed Johan Sunnemark Women Marie Laure-Bougnol Perrine Calon Rebecca Case Courtenay Chapman Martina Crha Melissa Metcalfe Jennifer Milligan " ! X,i . 1 ! b fJ 1995 Ole Miss Men ' s Golf Team 1995 Rebel Golf Team Men Women Matt Armstrong Margo Akin | Ben Dupont Megan Breen Stephen Gaia Joanne Caldwell John Howard Anna Kirchner Thad Hudgens Lauren Mellen Peter Kelly Marianne Morris Greg Price Jr. Amy Newman Peter Pugh II Jennifer Sayman Brian Rowell Ashley Smith Ryan Schwartz Haymes Snedeker | Wes Truett Will White Wes Willis G O L Andrea Beltz Kathy Bizot Casey Bobitt Angelia Clay Kenisha Davis Kim Dial Julie Doegen Gwen Evans Amy Harrison Susie Haverlah Elizabeth James Lashona Johnson Sherlonda Johnson Heather Jordan Latoria Jordan Catina Lefort Tamiko Mack Sabrina Miller Angel Neely Charlene Nelson Tanice Price Sumajrya Rasbid Jill Schuler Tomeka Walker Detrls Whitten Curtis Allen Alonzo Banks Donavan Bassett Joe Bernard Maurice Brown Matthew Carr Charles Cascio Charlie Dawson Justin Gilliam Ken Hall Patrick Hardy Sylvester Houston Marcus Jones Michael Kearse Enrico Knowles Jimmy Love John Morelock Chris Noone Rufus Peoples Brad Pride Donald Saddler Greg Saddler Calvin Thigpen Calvin Townsend The Rebs come around the corner heading for the finish line In men ' s outdoor relay action. senii tjop: 1-2-3-KICK! An Ole Miss trackster clears the hurdle ahead of the competition. I ' lottom Left: Pacing for a long race ahead . . . Jjottom Right: . . . and down the stretch they cornel Another successful track meet is in the books for the Rebels. G B Y Founded in 1973, the Ole Miss rugby team is well into its twenty-third year on the Oxford Hj campus. Rugby, created in Rugby, England in 1823, is a full-contact sport with no pro- tection outside of strength and speed. The Ole Miss Rugby Club is sponsored by the university and plays in the Mid-South Rugby Football Union. In the fall and spring sea- sons, the team enjoyed victories over the University of Memphis, Jackson, Mississippi State, and Arkansas State. The Rugby Club appreciated the leadership of Welsh gradu- ate student Roger Gould, who served as the team ' s first coach in twelve years. The team loses four senior leaders in Nate Parkin, Shane Johnson, Ben Brase, and player as- sistant coach Hal Mayo. The twenty-three years of service and survival displayed by the Ole Miss Rugby Club are a great founda- tion for a future of fierce men and fighting spirit. 1995-96 Ole Miss Rugby Clu Coach: Roger Gould James Bodine Tommy Bodine Ben Brase Tom Buchanan Scott Crouch Cooper Dunston Tim Goulding Chris Groeneveld Paul Gunnoe Mike Gurno Robin Harrigill Tommy Hayes Shane Johnson J. Kattengell J. J. Maree Hal Mayo Ben Montgomery William Morrison Ian Newton Nate Parkin James Reiss Andre Robert Aaron Rogers Eric Rohani Will Russell Dave Sheard Jimi Siegal Rocky Smiley Jason Spector Quinn Stanley Ben Weaver John Wible Dan Wilkinson ,acrosse 1 issippi. ,995, the ponsoied jierofthei I 1 the fal earn fac Tosse, Ni )ollegeti riththet hisfall,! indbette »ill face twoplaye while gai twenty-fi Crosse te; iileinthi support! ' ..♦ •- ' J r r f v3 vH C Rugby Clu GonM ;ld acrosse has finally arrived in Oxford, Mis- issippi. After a late start in the spring of 995, the Ole Miss lacrosse team, officially r ponsored by the University, became a mem- Mcr of the Southeastern Lacrosse Conference 11 the fall of 1995. Last spring the young «am faced the experienced Buzzard La- crosse, Nashville, Chattanooga, and Rhodes !)ollege teams. The shortened season ended vith the team at even par. With an early start :his fall, the team hopes to be more organized md better prepared for the talented teams it ivill face in the spring. The team only lost lWo players from last year ' s inaugural team, (vhile gaining, through extensive recruiting, twenty-five new players. The Ole Miss la- crosse team will face a grueling road sched- ule in the spring, but is hoping for great fan support at all home games. 1995 Ole Miss Lacrosse Team Kirby May - captain Seth Harris - captain Duncan Galbreath - co-captain Casey Green - defensive coordinator Jeff Cleary - offensive coordinator Charles Davidson - offensive coordinator Sparky Reardon - advisor Bayard Morgan Ed Eleazer Chip Brown Clark Burrow Jimmy Haygood Stuart Brown Taylor Williams Joey Torello Jeff Nicholas Jim Goza Chris Reives Jim Foley Trent Hanna Tommy Garderner Jim Devoto Ryan Farragut Stuart Llndley Bob Morris Edward Leeman Chris King Andy Strickland Jason Young Michael Groom Hunter Jewiett Craig Willis Patrick Fuller Tim Box Frank Davis Chris Huff Bruce Mullen Michael Williams Todd Beauchamp Robert Douglass T T The Ole Miss Rebelettes, the official dance pom pon squad, under the auspices of the Pride of the South " inarching band, entertains at home football games throughout the sea- son, as well as at other university functions. The Rebelettes have a long history of association with the Ole Miss band, and are today ranked as one of the top twelve college dan- ce teams in the nation. The squad practices approximately fifteen hours a week, while also main- taining prescribed levels of physical fitness through weight training and aerobic workouts. Under the capable direction of Cheryl Cannon, assis- tant Martha Smith, and fitness train- er Laurie Campbell, this year ' s squad is comprised of twenty girls from throughout the Southeast. 372 Rebelettes The 1995 Rebelettes Lindsey Tyler - captain Kendoll Williams - captain Angela Brignole - co-captain LaChonda Carter - co-captain Jala Barton Heidi Bauchwitz Kelly Bradshaw Neely Cousar Claire Dobbs Joyce Green Andrea Haag Amy Jarrett Laura Krayer Tilea Lacey Erin McDonald Lisa Moss Ashley Tucker Anne-Marie Varnell Coco Walker Katie Yarborough ■ ■■ Rebelettes i373; 1995 Ole Miss Ranger Challenge Team Ranger Challenge is the varsity sport of Army ROTC. It is designed to develop cadets ' practical military and small unit leadership skills as well as enhance es- prit-de-corps within the Rebel Battalion. The cadets compete in a series of men- tally and physically strenuous events: the Army Physical Fitness Test, Grenade Assault Course, Basic Rifle Marksman- ship, M16 and M60 weapons assembly, a timed one-rope bridge assembly and crossing, and a timed 10-kilometer forced march. 1995 Ranger Challenge Roster Jeff Aycock Chris Rankin Trent Batey Chris Smith Rusty Comley Eric Watkins James Dougherty Derrick White Calvin Dumas John Wible Jeff Hopkins David Wright Steven Jenkins Catina Lefort OPT Jon Tellier Tripp McCuIlar SFC Michael Hickey Dexter Moore SGT Earnest Whitesides 1. I ll fe 374) Kuii«« ! ' liS Above: A ranger competitor crosses the rope bridge under supervision of another cadet. Below Left: Cadets march on in full gear in the Ranger Challenge. Below Right: Teamwork plays a very important part of the competition, as these participants demonstrate. i Above: An intramural participant goes up for a slam in men ' s wallyball action. Below Left: A persistent defender closes in on the unknowing Beta Theta Pi quarterback. Below Right: Female flag football players huddle to discuss their offensive strategy. 376) luiiii m ivbove: The shotgun formation is most prevalent in intramural football, especially in big-play situations, below: The Beta offensive line digs in to prepare for the defensive attack after the snap. s Intramurals (377 ' The Year in Review Brought to you by the Associated Press, the Daily Mississippian and the Ole Miss Annual. 1995-1996 Abemathy. Matt 359 Abourtashed. Ehab A. 207 Abraham, Lisa 108 Abranison. David 339 Ackerman. Jeannie 136 Acton. Mary 136 Acuff. Chris 221 Adams. Bart 92 Lawrence 339 Mary 197 Robert 120 Stephen 136 Addaganti. Subbarao 120 Aderholdt, Danielle 214. 215 Adkins. Sally 268 Afaunov. Vladimir 136 207 Afenir, Tom 359 360 Afzal. Mohammad 38 Agumanu. Cynthia 120 Ahlstrom, Michael 120 Ahmadian, Reza 136 Ahmed. Sabry 157 Ainsworth. Anita 120 James 194 Temple 136 Akins. Candy 221 Alam. Mohammad 136 Alberson. Roger 136 Alcock, Stephanie 136 Aldridge. Karyn 92 Aleo. Ginnamrie 157 Alexander. Brandi 170 248 Denlse 22. 210 211 Roy 196 Shannon 136 Alexis. Lance 92 Alfonso. Paul 92 Alford. NeU 339 Alleman. Keith 92 Allen. Bella 108 Curtis 92 368 Demetric 233 Duke 250 Kristen 136 Melissa 108 Sonja 251 Tonii 157 Allendorph. Treble J. 197. 204 Allmond. Elizabeth 120 Alvis, Adam 136 Ancell. David 92 . nderson, Adrienne 108 Jennifer 136 . 197 Renle 120 Robert 204 Ryan 108 Saili 136. 157 .223 Stephen 120 , ' nding. Eli 339 Andrews. Chris 200 Antici, Haley 71 Apel. Therese 120 .216 Arafit. Saniar 251 .(Krender. Kristen 108 Arenz. Carolyn 108 .-Xrgue. Susan 108 197. 204 Armistead, Rhett 92 AmeUe. Chad J. 198 Arnold. Amy 92 Roy 13€ ,201 Arts. Uberal 207 Ash. Bonnie 199 Emily 201 Ashabranner. Bobby 108 Asher. Hilary 120 Ashford. Stefanie 214 231. 248 Ashley, Kellan 21 ,92 197. 204 Askew. Caroline 233 Assaf. Virginia 92 Atkinson. Julie 120, 204 Mike 136 A ant. Stacey 108 Axery. Dr. M. 194 B J It Bachelder. Heather 92 Bacon. Patricia 120. 207 Baeshem. Najla 120. 136, 197, 231 Bagget. Melanie 92 Baggett. Brian 216 Michael 108 Bagley. Brent 120 Bago. Kuok 120 Bailey. Angela 136 Billy 108 Bo 120 Courtney 92 Elliot 92 Jason 176, 180, 198, 203 Melissa 120 Meredith 17 Stephanie 120 197 Victor 136 Baird. Lauren 136 Baker. Astrid 157 Bradford 108 Bradley 250 Chuck 195 238 Deirdre 108 204 Jason 136 180 Jennifer 92 256 Justin 197 Karen 136 Matthew 136 Robert 136 Roy 108 Tobie 136 Bail. .Amy 136 Rachel 8,68 Balsamo. Stacey 136 Bambury. Karen 92 Banerjee. Debjyoti 197 Banks. Alonzo 368 Keneyotta 92 Barbour. Charles 359 Barfield. Laura 120 Leanna 120 Paige 136 Barge. Jake 196 Barhani. Meg 92 ,256 Barken. Holly 136 Barkley. T 108 ,204 Barlow. Lynn 120 Barmettler, Ashley 136, 157 Heather M. 204 Barnes. Gene 339 Janet S. 198 Jeff 136 Mistie 264 Tamika 92 Barnett. Kristen 120 Lorena 136 Barns. Janet S. 207 Barpanda. De 120 Barr. Donnell 248 Bartling. Betsy 136 Ruth E, 180 Barton, l aura 92 Baskin. Chiquita 136 Bass. Christie 108 Henry E. 81 Nikeisha 92 ,248 Basset t. Donavan 368 Bates, Tiffany 136 Batey. Trent 374 Baucoin. Jamie 339 Baugh. Hollon 92 Baumann, Scott 92 Bawcom, Brittany 137 ,219 Bazard. David 197 Bean. Demeka 120 Bear. Bo 108 Beard. Brooke 251 Beavers, Antonia Beck, Dawn Julie Thomas Beelman, Erik Everett 251 Behm, Bill 101 Belk, Hope 92, 223 Bell. Jenney 121 Joel 19 ' Kerry 9: Bellew, Emily 25 Beltz. Andrea 36i Belue. Jennifer 137,20 Benham. William 101 Benjamin. Danny 8 Bennet. Kimberly 251 Bennett. Bo 33 ' Kimberly 9: Mary 13 ' Mary A. 191 Benoit. Gemiaine 10! Bensley. Sean 12( Benson. Dr. W. ig Bentley. Mr. J. 19- Bernard. Billy 35) Joe 36! Berry. Christy 9: Berrvhill. James 101 Jim 26! Tim 10! Bethley. Tarsha 351 Betterton. Brandi 9 ' . Bettls. Adam 33! Beverly. Perry 13 ' Bevill. Jennifer 121 Bibighaus. Stephanie L. 20 ' Biddle, Margaret 108,20 ' Biglane, K.C Bilbrew, Damon Billeh, Rula Billings, Carrie Billingslea, Elizabeth Bills, Tina Bird, Ann Bishop, Brent Lisa Sharmon Terry Bizot, Katherine Kathy Bjorklund, Brandie .flK.t 13 22 ,,;f,Wi Black, Rogena Blackburn, Lynn 251 33« 24 93 151 120. 24J 131 137. 19i 13i 12 ' 191 13 ' 361 21 21 12« 200. 20 1,,™;. Jeiri " ,■„, , I riiellJeH 1)1 J. Bf " ,:ijiiei iall 1,1 DrfV i.u iiOlei Maiiant iBdlfJ.WlU irtfjana W.Ut tef.Bfiiiani teflti,l! tmitM MtotlUim Will.teh |(flaiiil,tMi: ilFliiil iM niB.lliael iwdfi.iill ,«! ' ),Ei ixts.laiiS ' j m. m Ate, Brat lU iCatoD Coutiift ■ toil 1 Blackwell. Jennifer 4 ' Blair. John 20( Josh Blakely. Diedra Blanc. Bernard L. 99 Blanchard. Reggie 108. 21( Blankenship. Erankie 9i Blazakis. Jason 19 ' ; Blossom. Benjamin Blount. John Mandy Board. Mortar Rob Boatman. Anita M( 199 wiKard.Gfli 93 ta i,. iito BraiKJe Kathleen Bobitt. Casey Bobo. Chad Jennifer Bodine, James Boggs, Karen Bolden, Janet Bomberger, Sarah Bonaniinio, Debra Bonargo, Joe Bond, Mitzi Bonds, .-Vnna Bubba Mitzi Bonner, Seana Bonnette, John Booker, LiKecha Boone, Anthony Daphnie James T, 12( 9: 9 19f 25( 108, 197 20 108 93, 36e 120. 1371 120 256 120 256 157 137 210.211 137 339 210 251 19V 248 352 108 81 Chip Cliiisii Qkiania Ifiifer Sim tate SIODiqiie UtiBnt Siait ' » " !, fin iii.Daii(| Cjiie litliC « Pfte 58 .337 Tracy 137. 196 232 .237 Catanese. A.shley 268 Bniith. Holly 137 Buglewicz, Doug 137 .203 Cedolia. Aaron 157 Hdi-dcii, Jininiy 108 Bull, kasey 93 Cenzalli. Emmy 121 Bcirdcrs. Mlison 251 Bullard. Brand 137 Ch ' ng, Aipoh 121 BiiK-ii. Hratlior 93 John 93 Chaffin, katherine 121 Biiikinvski. Viiiaml 1 108 Bullock. I liner T. 81 Chain. Bela J. 81 BnriH-, l)[ R 201 Bunigardner. Ben 109 Chambers. John 254 Borzik. Michelle 265 Bumgarner. Brad 137 Wendv 121 Biisai ' se. Ixiri 197 Bunihani. VMlliam 214 Champton, Chris 138 Button. CanI 93 248 Bunch. Chris 109 Clarissa 109 Bniikinwini. Dr. J. 194 Bunting. William 93 Chancellor. Rainey 166 Bdunds. Jennifer 108 Burdick. Ann 251 Chancy, kimberly 121 Bonifjeiiis. U ' slie 108 Burge. Christine C 198 Chang. Sui-Fen 157 Biiurland. Rebecca 120 Burgess, Glenn 109 Thai 121 Bdutwell. Jeff 339 Tamara 93 Chapman. Craig 241 Biiwan. Ben 254 Trey 121 Chastain. Amanda 109 Bii«ens, Ixikatria 1 157 Burklow. Scott 109 Chatham. Camille 138 Bnwie. Paul 108 Burnes. Joseph 109 Matt 121 216 Bdulin, kendall 197 204 Burnett. Jamiella 248 Cheah. Seon 121 Bii . Da id A. 157 Burnhani. John 137 Cheairs. Thomas 200 Bow, Ashley 120 William 215 William 203 Dr. R. 67 Burns. Christy 138 Cheatham. Victoria 121 Bn d. Meredith 233 Yancey 250 Chen. Loo W ' . 210 Sheila 121 Burrow. Oli 1a 92 Cheng. Annie 138 Biiulstun. Lauren 93 Burrows. Christopher 157 Chernekoff. Kelly 138 Bo les. lycisha 137 Bushong. Jennifer 138. Chew. Edward 230 Bradford. Marianne 200 210 211 Siau-Hwee 138 Hiadley. Joshua 197 Butler, kelvin 138 Chi. Rho 194 Biad , Eric 137 Butscher. Karen M 207 Chia. Ahkeong 138 (ieorgiana 121 B ars. Raleigh 81 Chiang, Hal 138 Branilett, CxTithia 137 Byers. John 121 Chielders, Shelia 197 Brand, kate 256 BsTium. Tonya 138 Childress, Angela 268 Erase. Benjamin 137 B Td. Amanda 93 Childs. Chesley 121 262 Braseth. Ralph 81 Sunny 71 Greg 339 Brazzle. Kniil 93 Marlow 138 Breaux. Kelley 121 Chiles, Carroll 121, 214, Breitliarth. Carrie 256 215 Breithoff. Becky 108 Chin. Choo R. 230 Breland. Michelle 121 y ► Lian 138 Brent. Flint 121 f ' Tammy 256 Brewer. Allison 137 Tanya 197. 199, 207, U ' igha 109 256 231 Brifilit. kristi 121 Chinery. .Angela 138 Brignole. .Angela 251 Cage. Canidra 138 Ching. Sheau 121 Briley. Michael 137 Rphprra 93 256 Chong. Chun 122 Brissenden, Jill 137 203 ■ XV V V V. Li Cain John 121 210 Choo. Ru-CWn 122 Broadwater. Michael 109 Calicchio Lonnv 339 Chouinard. Normand 138 Brocato. Eniil 121 J JIIV V (II V», LJVyill l f Callan, Bee 93 Chrestman. Andrea 138 Brock. Heather 137 Callaway. Mickey 359 Chretien. So 109 Brocks, anessa 93 248 Camp. Erin 138 Christian, Chris 122 Brodnax. Moira 93 Campbell. Cheryl 109 Gar 250 Brodofskx. Heather 109 Keith 339 Stacy 122 BrookReld. kathryn 203 kendra 93 Christopher. Regan 138, Br(.)oks. Ashley 204 Marcus 250 198 199 Caton 109 Michael 138 Chuah, Andrew 122 230 Courtney 121 Richard 138 Chuang. Hui-Jung 138 Kmih 109 Susan 121 Chun-Hoe. Chew 122 ke in 109. 210 211 Cannion. Tony 339 Cimon. Catherine 122 Melissa 137. 198 203 Cannon, George 121 Cissell. Jim 122 Monte 248 Cantanese. Ashley 138 Cistrunk. Deon 248 Broussard. Genua 137 Canty. Dr. A. 198 Clanton. Clay 109 Bniwn. Andrea 109 Canup. April 93 256 Clark, Anne 93 Billy 109 Carey. Melissa 93 Bruce S. 207 Brandie 121 Carillo Paul 339 Dr. A. 194 201 Brent 109 VJCII IJIV i 1 LlUi Carimi. David 109 Jami 138, 177. 181, 198, Chip 93 Carlisle. Karen 197. 204. 203 220 Christi 137 220 Jennifer 93 Chvtania 268 Carlock. Janie 121 Kim 256 Dr. ' T. 194 201 Carlson. Emily 138. 177. Lois 138 Howard 261 181. 199 207 Marcus 109 Jason 137 263 Mindy 256 257 Mary 122 Jeanette 121 Carmichael. Beth 138 Mike 259 Jennifer 93 Carothers. Cotena 138 Missy 109 Justin 216 Carr. Matthew 368 Rachel 122 197 204 LoR. 137 Carraway, kessiey 109 Rebecca 93 Marcy 121 Kortney 121 Tish 122 Maurice 93 368 Carter. Erin 204 Clark Mahan. Vicki L. 207 Monifjue 121 232 Fran 138 203 Clarke. Joe 200 Renard 339 Jason 339 Clay. Angella 368 Stuart 339 Jonathan 138 Jane 93 Browning. Kimberly 137 Keith 351 Clayton. Shawn 138 Brush. Anna k. 197 207 Ijachonda 251 Cleary. Jeffrey 109 Bryan. David 121 223 Montez 109 Peter 214 215 Doyle 359 Carwile. .Andv 204 Clem, Doyne 122 216 Robin 121 Cascio. Charles 368 Clements, kristi 93 Stacy 121 207 Case. Chad 109 Clemmons. Cindy 93 Br ant. . niy 137 Casey. Cort 109 196 Clepper. Tiffany . 204 Carrie 109. 197 204 Jonathan 339 Clingan, Jason 339 Bub. John 137 197 Michael 138 Clopton, Carolyn 109 Bubrig. Denm 52. 137. Cassagne. Elizabeth 138. Clouatre, Andrew 93 176 180 197 Cobb, Bradford 138 Eric 121, 196 339 Caston. Hunter 339 Natalie 93 Buford, Terrence 121 Renee 109 257 Coburn. Devon 196 339 OB Associated Press On October 3, 1995, the long-running, reallife soap opera played Its final episode. In " the trial of the century, " O.J. Simpson was acquitted in the June 12, 1994, stabbing murder of his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman. Americans followed the trial for more than a year, listening to testimony, digesting the eviden- ce and speculating on whether the former football superstar and film actor was guilty. The Jury reached its verdict in less than four hours deliberation, after listening to 133 days of testimony and considering more than 800 pieces of evidence. It was a case that woiild leave Americans with many lasting images: — A white Ford Bronco leading a police chase; — Simpson trying on " the murder gloves " in court; — The testimony of prosecution witness Police Detective Mark Fuhrman, whose credibility was later destroyed when it was shown that he lied under oath about his use of racial epithets. In a statement made soon after his acquittal, Simpson vowed he would dedicate his life to a search for the real killers. Braves win tlie Series Associated Press The Cleveland Indians and the Atlanta Braves squared off in the first World Series in two years. This was, perhaps, the first between teams with politically incorrect nicknames. The hard-hitting Indians compiled a lofty team batting average of .291 for the season, while the Braves pitching staff, led by Greg Maddux (19-2), was widely acknowledged to be the game ' s best. It was a Series of the bats vs. the arms. And in the end, the arms were held aloft in triumph. The Braves won the Series in six games, after taking a two-games-to-none lead in their home park. They won the Series on their return to Atlanta with a 1 - victory marked by David Justice ' s home run and the one-hit pitching of Tom Glavlne, who was named Series MA T. Kliayat hired as SSth. Cliancellor of Ole Miss Chancellor Khayat dove into his new position with enthusiasm and began the year with many positive changes. Although he took over his posi- tion in the beginning of 1995, he postponed his inauguration until April 11, 1996. |0 Associated Press Editor ' s note: :r. :r:vr— cir -; IrJc 1?= Associated Press Cotbot. HoU) E. 207 Orow son. - nne 251 Dend . Mane Cote. Anton 232 Crozier. Danm 122 Denkeler. Jennifer Denise 221 Crump. Judv W. 2.7 Denkler. Jennifer Jennifer 109 Rust 214. 215. 216 DenJe . Jotai ,; R cn 221 Cnise. Christi 139 S. G- 1 t» Coleman. Courtuex 122. Culberson. Sberee 248 Dennzv. Jotan 204.210 Culbieath. Susan 139 Denton. Lesfie Ernest 109 Cullins. Jennipher 110 Dertx-k. NDcbelle ' • ■■ J iice 122 Cumuiugs. Kame 110 Deshler. Thomas i Lee 197 (iinninoham Anrtv 110 Deder. Johmi ' « Collier. Andre 42 Sarab 110 De 1ne . Susanna 1 v Hale 139. 197 Cupit, Catey 94 De«in. Connie 1 . JU 122 Currie. Kim 157. IW. 201 DeVoimg Dan 1 Wtoiia 10.93 Cum. Wes 122 Dial. Kim • . ColBiB. Siace% 139 Curtis. Kate 52 .94 210 Dickei son. Brad " Comfort. DooaM 139 Cutlibertson. Matt 94 Dick ■:: r«n»e% . Rus5 181.250. 374 FliTabeth Todd Coniner. Beth 139. 207 Dicte . BoWn Conlex. . naela 139.200 Dickson. Elizabeth 166 rnmeU. Mark . 81 T k DHoUo. Antborni r Cook.Jace 93 1 1 1 Dngef wa -Nfichael f Jennifier 93 1 1 r Dkaij am Dbira t a | An 359 L Di Mnao. . tte 212. 1 Robert P. 81 Dix.Sbawnda TamekiaS. Wilfiam 204 1% Dal)te.CBff Dablos. Cla 199 94 Dixon. Lucv Dobbs. Claire : 197. Cooke. Katiton T. 172 naho 3l. D aei 94 Kathleen 197. Coomhs. Km 122 D . Eiic P. 82 Niesha _ Cooper. Co al 109.256 Da . Jobn N. 82 Dodds. Deena :-_ ' n Jessica 93 Dai Cortn Tanmie 216 Dodge. Bess 140. £_ " ' " ■ Kevin 339 122 260 EBzabeth r-T - ' - RotMi 93 Dale. Derek 122 Dodson. Jenok 110. rm 200 Dale% . .Andrea 122 r ' ' - ' Trad 122 DcoafaN. Mictiael 82 Doeaen. Julie l Copeland. Kett 93 Daodenault. Pat 216 DiAan. Marguerite Man 122 Daodo. Lala 110 139 Dooaboe. Dre« Coppenbaraer. Lee A. 109. TKmei Brsndi 139 203 Donald. Cher 1 - - 197. 204 Macioo no Dooie . Stephanie 140. 15 ' 2 Corero. Correv 122 Mr. S. 201 Donfc. . prtl Coriev. Shane 109 Darnels. Ladiancba 94. 233. Dorsen. J»e 212. --- ' T Cosbv. Rauea 204 248 Da er. DanaL r- " Costanzi. Rosemar 122 Dantone. « ln«fc .A. 181. Doss. Burton CotlHn.KeU ¥ 71 198 200 .203 Kannel Cooe . Ms N. 201 Daitiy. Joezoo 353 Ridiam Cound. Caroline 197 Darden. I iBie 110. 197. Doudiert . James 250. CarohTi 204 204 Douebtie. Ofi er F CouitneN. Dina 157 Dwnell. Ellen 122 Douglas. Brooke 110 Ms D 194 Dat bertx. Kemetl) 110 Vonzetta ± ' ] Courts. Brad 139 Dai tie. OG i?r DaMdsoo. .An 200 Do«T . Robert ft. Kmbertv 93.256 94 Do«us. Russell Cousar. Neetv 94 Jotmnv 122 Sus CousBJS. Ben 94 Da 1es. Jon 216 Dozier. .Albert Co«5le . Stariit 204 Da 1s. -AsWe 139 Didmse. Befinda Coux Bon. Krtsten 110 Bradley Dr. J. 94 DucaaMartssa Coxw. Lesle 26. W. 233. 65 Ducrcav. bene - 248 Dr. J. ■?■ ■ Duett. Jennifer Lesie 262 Jost 233 Taia ' - s Co»anL -ta ' 110 Jixshn 94 Duke. .Ancbea Co» rt. Tara 94 Keoistia 368 Dukes. Macon 140. 1 Co» :en. Qiristi 139 L«ii " e 139 Co.v DeaiiVv W M 139 . 156 Diinas.CaMn 250. Jennifer 256.265 ficbael 122 Dmigaii. KeU Kiistt 1 10. 197 Gke 197 Dunataue. KeMn Rosemai 110 : cole 122 . 196 Dwavaot. Mictael .V TOfanx 94 Paneia 122 Duncan. Me sa Co 1e. TdUMV 139 Rebecca 197 XicoJe 199.; Crabtree. Don 139 Samantba 256 N ki t. CraddodL Sbelbv 196 Sie en 139 Dunn HoU Si T ier 198 .203.339 Susan 139 Kimberfe te Craig. Katrecia 357 eia N- 197 .207 DOBtSSBLGDa 123.2 L " ? laitn 122. 197 Da«son. Chaite 368 220.; «a Cram. Ken 139 Ttaiodn 110 Onger 123.: « Crass. Da»Ti 139 D». Dr. W. 194 Duren.Ta« Da 140.: s- Lra«(urd. . n 139 kell 139 .203 Durtiam. Racttel m «. ■ Candace 256 Dean. EnAo 139 Dwkee. Daoox 1 1 Kenoetli 139 Dea-. Qvla 94 Duiren. Laura 1 i«a TOfenv 256 Dearman. Befeida 197 D er. Ei«a 1 i Ttex 201 Ka ¥ 157 . 194 D%es55. JuBe 111.: I Cra»1e . Jolin 122 Decker. Chris 49 I .kes. Ddbne 1 Rebecx- a 110 DeoxMties. Jenifer 110. Wiiiam - Cieager. Bartie 139. 181. 201 Dees. Scon 197 110 ►•li E Earp. Kliziiboth Eanin. Antwant EasleN. HMtlier 207 Easierliiij;. Jason Kiniberlx Eaton. William Edgar. Robbie Edge. Pa id Pawn Stephen Edwaixis. Andrea L,vdia 157. Omar Phoebe Ron Eftink.. Jaeob 123.231. Ehlinger, Martha Elder, Michael Eldridge. Sandy Sharon Ellington, Bethany Elliot. Reid Ellis. Ellanor 197, Leslie Ellison. Todd Ellzey. Scott T. ElmalidN. Heshani Elmore, Joseph D. Elsohly, Mona Shahira Elwln, Ken 123 Enibr . Joe Enchelmayer. Eric England. Shenee 123 Englehardt. Michael Enoch. Joelhn Eokes. Benjamen Erickson. Dr. M. Lisa .A. Ertle, Stephanie Er in, Karen ErNine. . nne Hally Escudier. Jean-Paul Eskridge. Misty Essary, Angela 36. 94. Estes. Brett Cassandra Hailey 94. 256. Eubanks. Mark E ' ans. Andrea Damon Da 1d Debra GwendohTi III. Keisha Susan Everett. George Scott Ewell. Todd 197 123 214. 215 359 140 140 140 III 140 94 94 .201 339 196 201 .263 123 140 36 123 172 94 204 111 140 207 157 82 123 123 233 339 140 257 111 256 94 231 207 111 94 94 111 94 123 211 123 123 257 220 95 140 339 111 368 123 140 82 140 95 Tracy Ferell. Katrina Ferguson, Jamie Katln Ferrell, Dena Holly 123. Natacie Ferrer. Anne Ferris, William R. Fimiano, Pominik Fincher, Lori Findle , Bunny Carol B, lar K Finger. Uiura Finle . Courtnex Fisher, Alicia Chasitie Liza Macey Ta ' Boris Fivecoat. Trent Flanagan, John Flanders, l,eah Flatgard. Andrew- Flatness. Can, Flautt, Braxton Fleming. Gorden Flemons, Tasha Fletcher, Rebecca Flowers, . melia Cameron Erin Fogle. Jennifer Fong. Clnd ' Force. Larry Ford. Grant Mari Fordice. Kirk Fortson. Ed Foster, Jaime Marcus Shannan Fowler. Brett Fox, Gay R. Otis Franks. Kimberly Eraser, Austin Frate, Dr, D Frazer, Preston Frazier, Michael Rusty Stephanie Freeman, Camisha Jill Froehlich, Peter A. Fruge. Dr. D. Frye, Susan Fulkerson, Tina Fuller, Ms. N, Furlong. Kathleen F fe. Shannon 140 197 123, 219 123 III. 197. 140 111 124. Ill, 197 268 123 140 82 124 124 140. 178. 201.203 198 200. 204 123 173 95 95 37 197 343 250 95 140 124 204 III 111 111 124 197 140 124 140. 199 140. 260 140 197, 204 124 60 339 204 124 95 124 207 339 95 95 194 95 124 196 204 140. 248 140 207 63 204 264 194 95 141 Dr. D. Jack . Justin M. U ' anne Mao Garner HI, Carl A, Games. Enln 201 83 204 112 141,207 198 351,352. 353 Garrett. Bobb 95 Gary. Leila 112,220,261 Gaston, .-Vmanda 164 Jennifer 112, 197,204 Lucy 95 Gatamaneni, Raghuram 157 GatePan, Puyatida 141 Gatewood, Neffie 1 4 1 Gatlin. Lekeeta 95 Gau, Benning 95 Gent, Stephen 95.210 Genter. Michael 1 4 1 Geoghagan, Tom 124 George, Robert 124 Gerber, Janet 112, 197. 204 III 140 197 G Germain. Nicole Geroire, Shari-Anne Gerrie. John Gharacholou. Michael Ghimire. Pradeep Gibbons. Dorothy Dorothy S. Dottie Gifford. Bradford Gillam. Paige Gillespie. Stephanie Gilliam, Justin Paige Gilmer, Doella Rebecca Scott Ginn. Lisa Micah Monroe Giron, Mhikal Glaze, Bradley Gleason, . nne Christopher James Glicco, John Glisson. Mr. J. Glo er, .Angela Tonya Gnemi. . ' Mlison Goates, Jennifer Gobble. Sabrina Goehring. Ms. K. Goff, John Goin. . ' ltie Gokhale. Kedar Golden. Kiniberly Maggie Goldston. Barbara Goodman. Christina ■ Gables, Mark 141 — — Gabriel, Janice 256 Gabriellv, Elizabeth 141 Fachman. Jinny 9o Gadd, Jennie 95 Fairley. Erika 9b, 248 Gaines. Frankie 111 Patrick 140, 201 Heather 112 Fan. Peter 140 Gainev. Ted 216 Parish. Hank 95 Galis. Heard 112 Laura 9b Gamblin. Brandy 141 Farmer. Robby 9b Gambrell. . nna 95 Farrell. Erica 123 Gan, Lian-Lee 124 Faruque. Fazla 140 Gand , Reanna 95 Faul, Rebecca 123 Ganter. Dr. F. 201 Faulk. Elisa 197 204 Gardiner. Suzanne 257 Faulkner. Bart 123 Gardner. Carrie 257 Faust. George 123 219 Gloria 124 Fedele. Lisa 111 Nicholas 124. 204. 233 Feehan. .Ashton 111 26o Garland. Emilv J. 207 Fellows. Jessica 111 210 Gamer. . ndy 198. 203 Felts. Lee 111 Dewey D. 82 197 95 141 197 157 141 198, 207 203 141 95 141 368 173 95 112 124 95, 256 141, 216,217 141 339 203 197 124 197 141 194, 197 112 141 112,204 95 95 194 141 112.204 157 141 95 141,207 Goodson, Warren Goodwin, Melanie Gordon, Jason Jeffery Gorenflo, Tara Gorove, Margaret Goss. Kathryn Kimberly Goumilevski, Alexeig Goza. Jim Linda Grabowsk ' . Noelle Grad ' . Kelly Graeber. Jason Grafton. Crystal Graham. Chris Donna Meredith Pam Graves. Dr. F. Houston John Grav. Deldrick j ' b. Jermaine Karen Mike Nakemia Green. Catherine 112. 197,204 95 124 248 197, 204 95 83 124 141 207 9 83 112 95 95, 141 204, 251 141, 196 124 95 157 198 200. 204 216 95 265 248 141 250 256 124 I Ice Storm of 1996 closes school for three days! Associated Press On April 19, 1995, a caj bomb exploded in Oklahoma City (OK), destroying the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building and killing scores of men, vwomen and young children. The force of the blast tore off the build- ing ' s facade and sent it flying 50 feet across the street, where it slammed into another building and came to rest in the parking lot. With the outer wall of the building suddenly gone, workers tumbled out of their offices and into the street where the blast had carved a crater 30 feet wide. Shortly after the explosion, Timothy McVeigh, a Gulf War veteran was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon. Two days later, he was recognized as one of the bom- bing suspects and was charged. McVeigh ' s trial Is pending. I Waiting to Exhale Associated Press President Bill Clinton entered the third year of his term as no president has done in 40 years — with a HepubUcan Congress. As he beagan this new year, he resolved to " put aside partisan dif- ferences. " In April 1995, the Senate passed a bill that out $16 billion from various social programs while sparing other items favored by Clinton. Although the President called the bill " the model of how we can work together, " the gap remaining wide over such issues as tax cuts, welfare reform and spend- ing reductions. Although cautious in dealing with the new Congress, Clinton has raised his profile and taken a firm stand on issues. He said he would try to work with the Republicans on their agenda, but would " no doubt " veto some of their proposals. On April 14, 1995, Clinton filed the necessary documents with Federal Election Commission and made formal his candidacy for re-election. No-Nonsense Newt In Jjnuiir 11MI3, Nt ' wl (iinerirli beciinie Ihf Tirsl kcpubliriin Speaker of Ihe House in -tO years The 51-year-old Oiirsia Con- gressman had his sighls set on this position even before he won a House seal on his third lr ' in 1976. Gingrirh. narrowly elected as minority whip In 1 989. saw his goal in reach when the GOP won a majority of Congressional seals In 1994 and when Minority [,eader Robert Mitchel declined lo run for another term, Gingrich has proven adept al grabbing heaillines anil preaching morality. In 1989. he dro e Speaker Jim Wnghl from (ifhce with relentless altaeks of ethics violations. Deldrick 233 Geoff 124 Joyce 173 Karen 83 Lester 233 248 Randall 339 Greener, Jason 141, 198, 203 Greer, Amy 96 Chad 167 Kris 197 Gregg, Justin 199 Ronald 141 Gregory, Angele 141 Jennifer 112 Kimberly 112 Paul 167 Gremard, Crystal 96 Grenn, Noelle 124 Griffin, Dwayne 141 251 Elease 125 Jeremy 96 Kim 157 194 Griffis, Jessica 125 Griffith, NeTarsha 141 Grigsby, Kenneth 232 Grimes, .Angela 96 Dixie 96 Grissett, Ashley 125 Gross, Mark 141 Grounds. Becky 49 Grubbs, Holly 141 Guedon, Natalie 112 Guest, Donna 197 204 Gufford, Charles 96 Guiliano, Amy 251 Gulledge, James 112 Gunkel, Bart 141 Gunn, Jeanna 141, 196, 203 Gunnoe, Paul 141 Gunther, Jennifer 112, 197, 204 Troy 141 Guo, Jing 157 Mr. Z. 194 Guthrie, Stacey 197 Gutierrez, Glenda 265 Kayra 141 240 265 Guttensohn, Mark 197 H Ha, Emily 141 194 Hackett. 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Kearse, Michael Kee, M-Lee Keen, Tanya Keller, Kara Kimberly Mark J. Kelley, Tracey Kellum, Clayton Kelly, Jeffrey Robby Kemp, David Jacy Kennedy, Brad Ijeslie Kenney, John Kent, David Kerr, John Key, Golden Sarah Keys, David Khan, Dr. I 114 127 207 85, 254 98 144 144 158 127, 197. 207 114 127 144 114 144 368 127 98 . 197. 204 144 204 197 204 144 127 127 127 204 127 144. 203 144. 194 144 185. 196 144 144 194 Khavat. Chancellor Robert 2. 58. 59. 62. 67 Kiddy, Amber 240, 256, 265 Kilgore, Sylvester 1 58 Killingsworth, Kerri 127 Killion, Bobby Kim, Daeryoung John Namyoun Kimble, Jessica Kimbrough, John Kincade, Allison Kincaid Odom, Ms. I King. Candace Clay Jeff Jenifer M. Jennifer Kelley Moneika Thomas Kingery. Jenni William Kingrea. Cynthis Kingsbury, Heather Kirk, David Kirsten, Malone Kitchen, Boyd Kitchens, Jennifer Keeia 339 158,230 145 230 98 145 114 L. 194 197. 204 199. 203 158 204 197 98 98 145 256 85 197 114 199 114 196, 339 127, 147, 196 207, 268 127, In 1994, he alleged that one quarter of the White House staff had recently used drugs, a charge that remains unsubstantiated Olngrlch helped orchestrate the " Contract With Amen ca " as the OOP ' s national agenda In the 1994 elections. It called for a balanced-budget ammendment, welfare reform and an anti crime package Gingrich has been a major factor in forcing the govern ment Into two major shut-downs during the 199S holiday season Continuing to head-butt with President CUnton, It look until nearly Pebmary of 1996 to begin to speak of a compromise. The gathering in Washington, D.C, on October 16, 1995, was tremendous. Hundreds of thou- sands of African- American men converged on the nation ' s capital in response to the call from Louis Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam ' s leader, to rally for unity for brotherhood. It was the fourth-largest demonstration in Washington ' s history, and tenth largest predom inately African-American gathering. There were dozens of speakers, including civil right veterans Rosa Parks, Dick Gregory and the Reverend Jesse Jackson. Stevle Wonder sang, and Maya Angelou read a poem that urged the men to do right by themselves and " save your race. " The rally ' s climax was Farrakhan ' s speech in which he led the men in a pledge to " never raise my hand with a knife or gun to beat, cut or shoot. ..any human being. " He urged the rally to Join organizations, gain political control, fight racism and rid their neighborhoods of crime, drugs and violence. For a few days, a rellgous man domi- nated the headlines. And for a change. It gave Americans something good to talk about. The newsmaker was Pope John Paul n. and the occasion was his visit to the United States in ear- ly Octoher 1995. The Pope kicked off his visit by ad- dressing the United Nations General As- sembly in conjunc tion with the organ Isatlon ' e 50th anniversary, He then went on to cele brate outdoor Mass in New York and New Jersey, address an audience at the baseball stadium in Baltimore and lunched at a soup kitchen. Throughout his visit, the pope caUed for greater atten tlon to the needs of the less fortunate. Associated Press This summer it seemed as though Hootie and the Blowfish were playing every time you turned on the radio. The four-man rock group that seemed to come out of nowhere and dominate the audio scene did not go unnoticed on the video screen. Hootie, featuring vocals by lead singer Darius Rucker, won an MTV award for best new artist for their video, " Hold My Hand. " The presentation was made at the 12th annual MTV Video Music Awards held in September 1995 at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Dennis Miller hosted the ceremony, which in- cluded awards to Tom Petty for best male vidoe, " You Don ' t Know How It Feels, " and Madonna for best female video, " Take A Bow. " TLC won video of the year for " Waterfalls, " a cautionary AIDS song. While presenting the best rap video award to Dr. Dre, Madonna lashed out at a Republican pres- idential candidate Bob Dole for his previous crit- icism of the violent, sexist lyrics of some rap records. Biggest winners of the night: TLC and Weezer, each of whom had to make room on their mantels for four awards. In tlie running... Associated Press " Why do you want to be president? " asked the TV host. " Every country needs a president, " repUed Republican Senator Bob Dole, In April 1995 the Kansas Senator became the sixth Republican to formally declare his candidacy for a move Into the White House In 1996. This Is the third presidential attempt for Dole, who unsuccessfully ran In Republican primaries In 1980 and 1988. His Intention is to cut taxes, balance the budget and " lead America back Into her place in the sun. " Dole began his political career In 1961, serving In the Kansas legislature. He served in the House of Representa tlves from 1961 through 1969 and has been a Senator since. Dole ' s latest bid to become president does not have precedence on its side — only three times have sitting Senators been elected President. Age la another factor that may discourage voters. If elected. Dole would be 73 years old upon entering office. This would make him the oldest newly selected president In history- Kittikaroonchit. Piyawadee LeBlanc, Eabert 145 20: 1 1 145 Lee. Baeyoung 230 Louis, Renae 14f Wi I ' f " Kittlitz, Rudolf 127 Brooke 114 Loupe, Thomas 14( it ' ' " Klepzig, Maggie 114, 197, Cheu-Jey 197 Loustalot. 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Denise 114 Thad 145 Luber, Thomas 2o: I ura J. 198 204 207 Lefort, Catina 250, 368, Lucas, Chris 14( •Hf.ilao , Koontz, Sheryl 145 207 374 Crystal 11 ' 6t».Ta»« ■ Kopau, Auburn 265 Leggett, Brandi 145 Ludd, Rebecca 26; Kope, Nancy 127 Meridith 145 Luke, Becky 12! .(,» 1 " Kornegay, Andrea 145 207 Leggitt, Jamey 127, 204, Matt 33! Df Jamie 212 213 223 Lupton, Matt 14( mm.» Korybski, Jay 265 Lejuane, Brenna 114 Lusk, Mary M. 20- I» 1 " ' John 145 Lemieux, Keryn 99 Lyles, Roger K. 8! :Cw. Kraft, Daphne 256 Lemmen, Jenifer 145 Lynch, Carter 11- (Caiifl, Scott Kimberly 145 Lemmons, Deboraf 145 Lyon. Kevin 20( tCaim. Kramer, Angela 22 Lea 99 Lyons, Canethia 99, 233 ; ,» Kelly-Jo 98 Lemons. Loren 99 248 26: tettte Kraus, fjcah 127 Leonard. David 99 (CaslanAMf Krause, Bonnie J. 85 Henry 145 flfsney.Or.J. Kreits, Broc 339 Leslie. Bryant 127 iCIaiii.fcil! Kroll, Elizabeth 98 Corina 233 (Clatcliv.ftte Krouse, Kelly 203 Lester. Brook 145, 178, Ik J r Krudop, Ashley 98 198. 200 203 222 i 1 [afllaiiil,Bei Kua. Chin W. 145 Letson. Ronnie 339 1 w 1 [CWoitta Eric 230 Levi, Mary 145 A W u- [Cliie.frasff Kull, Katy 127 Ijcvin, John 197 [Cll«k,»llK Kumpaty, Hephzibah 158 Lewis, Emily 127 196 Maag, Thomas 14 ' Kuntzman, Mark 98 Keith 359 362 MacArthur, Shannon 9( (ClouAHeitliet Kwong, Ryan 196 240 Kelli 127. 172. 197. 198. Mack, Tamiko 361 (Colta,Gii!e( Kwony, Ryan 127 203 MacMillan. Marc 35! (Oinnell. mai Kwun, Obyung 230 U. U ung 145 Macy. Karen 9! Yining 158 Madapoosi. Anesh 151 Jason Liberto, Gina 99 Magann. Michael 21( :Me,r6lia Liles, Maggie 128 Magee. Thomas 128, 197 [ta.BMi Urn. Lai-Lin 145 198. 204, 207 339 35 ' Islieiill T Lin. Mei-yun 145 Magill. Monica 141 tCtanaHl 1 Yang-Wel 128 Magruber, Jeff 141 I i f Lindekens, Leigh 114 Mahaffey. Laura 20 Kra«.,W)fr£ ■ 4 ' Lindsay, Shantel 128 Mahan. Christy 141 Sfoll Lindsey. Courtney 114 Mahler, Gregory 8; fafV Labella. Melanie 127 Steve 339 Mai, Thanh-Mai 121 If mJdstiia L abot, Mercedes 200, 207, Ling-Chuan. Chen 158 Major, Laura 121 ttuliaii.% 237 Ijong. Yew-Loong 145 Makey, Nicola 114, 197 Ladd, Rebecca 145 Lipp. Jeff 339 20- IrCullar, MA Ladner, Hope 243 256 Lissner. Ken 145 .254 Malfait. Louis 15! Tanta 9 Kerby E. 85 194 Little. Jeni 99 Malone. Allison 11- Itfrnl) ' . Beta Laird, Brian 145 Liu. Ling 146 Nickie 141 IfCarlfv, fetal Stacey 114 Liuzza. Glenda 146 Scott 14- ItBiidfaft Lam, Tu 220 Livingston, Mark 146 Malvaso, Stacy 9! SfiJll 19 Lamb. Deanna 145 Locke. Jayna 197 Mangum. Calvin ii: IfftinaHEniik Susan 98 Lockwood. Wendy 114 Kris 33! tt««dl.Celesl Lambert, Ashely 99 Loftin. Emily 114 Manlckavasagam, Melvin lcEa(liffii.j Susan 158 Ixjgan, Kelly 114 23( Kltfalli, [ijiiii Lancaster, Melissa 145 Mary A. 99 Mann, James 8( ItEI ' in.Wflta Landers, Bryna 145 Molly 146 Marascalco. Frank 9! Kl«;i.ft{ l.andr ' , Trevor 52. 127, Lolley, Cheryl 146 ,201 Marda. Dilip 15! tt«ra,,%i)ii 216 219 Loma.x, Molly 114, 197. Mardis, Karen 12! Hfalto Lane, Claire 99 204 Margaret, Blake 9! ' l tto, ata.s| Lt.Col. S. 85 Nikie 114 Marie, Gina 261 life, Sallie liingley, Allison 197 204 Long, Carissa 146 Marsh, Casey 47, 9f taoiks langston, Shana 260 Chad 165 Erica 41 Wii»aii,I)aiil l rosa, Shane 99 Colleen 146 Kristen 9! ' ' fS«t, Santa l ary, Portia P. 207 Janet 146 Marshall, Ladina 23: ' iw, Braiti Lasalle, Heather 114 Jody 128 . 146 Stacy 146 , 2H Milff.Comnif Lau, Sze 127 Terrance 128 Martin, Josephine 8f l»tostVm Willi 127 .Xecia 251 Julie 9i Jtitfer Ixiughlin, Jamie 99 Longino, Reade 128 Kathryn 2o: M Lavers, Sarah 145 Loo, Wee 114 Martinek, Darrell 9 , 14f Jason l ville, Johann 114 Ixjrd, Julia A. 207 Martinez, Gil 254 Ue l whead, Pam 2 Julie R. 207 Mask, Reed 19f ta ' ,ta Ijawrence, Daphna 127 Ixirenz. Alexander 128 Mason, Brad 146 9q Jennifer 145 , 197 Ijon. James 146 ,221 Nikel 24f ' »»■, ,ttf Laws. Schuyler 114 Jennifer 128 Massengale. Brian 128 ,21C ' « «. tiB Ijawton, . ' Vmy 127 ,207 Joel 128 Massengill, Melanie 146 ' ' f.8%a IxiyTie, Allen 99 Leslie 146 Sallie 146 . 22t frtiaifl l,aytnn, Frank 49 , 145 Matthew 99. 114, 210, Massey, Beth 14f Leary, Portia 268 211 Leigh A. 9 ' .: " ftse.J Leath, Leilani 9 , 145 Lolterhos. Teresa 146, 197, Marty 12C ««4.i H6,HJ. 13i H6 ■IHnpaci 197 l«iteti. Devi 128 ithis. Kelli 99 Patricia 128 itkins, Jill 146 itlock, Tim 115.248 ittison, Gena 197. 204 ittox. Jasoii 146 lumus. Desiree 99 luncy. Cliassie 128 L ey. Stuart 204 Lxwcll.,linuny 128 ly. Ciiris 339 Kathleen 146 IM Tracy 158 ' 2a lyfield. Courtney 256 53!iyo. Hal 146 lys, Shorranda 115.248 ' AtioiT. .Micliele 128 ' m " Alexander. Preston 1 7 W " Bride. Mary 128.223 :Cabe. Tanisen 203. 240. 265 :Cain. Ali 99 Debbie 171.233 :Calluni. Jill 128.207 Tara 147. 198. 220 :Camey. Allison 99. 256 Caniel. Scott 203 :Caiin. John 147.200 :Cardle. Chris 359 :Caskill. Joe 201 Casland. Melanie 99 Chesney. Dr. J. 194 :Claln. Wendy 99 oClatchy, Nelms 47. 115. 204 82 233 147 115. 197, 204 256 20. 85 IM 200 J,233, am rClelland. Ben :Clendon. Michael rCline, Frager rClintock. Wliitney HI ' 99 368 359 99 158 216 lit 197 13!l,35! I4f M6 201 cCloud. Heather cCollum. Ginger cConnell. Gemiain Jason cCorkle. Tisha cCoy. Brian Usheryll cCraney. Will cCraw. Amber E. Scott Tracey cCrory. Joshua cCullan. Tripp cCullar. Marsha 115 129. 233 147 147 204 129 165. 199. 203 204 216 147 99 129. 250, 374 115. 197 Taniika 99. 233. 248 icCurdy. DeWayne IcCurley. Crystal IcDaniel. Kirsten Scott 198. IcDonakl. Emily IcDowell. Celeste IcEachern. Julie IcElreath. David IcElroy. Marietta IcElwain. Meg IcEvven. Aaron Heather " IcGechan. Natasha ' IcGee. Sallie Timothy IcGowan. David IcGregor. Sandra ilclnteer. Braden ilclntire. Courtney ilclntosh. Amy Jennifer vIcKenzie. Elizabeth Jason Kate Vic Key. Lynn Nancy McKinney, Alice McLendon. Michael McUne. Barbara McNeer. Edward Richard McNeese. John McNeil. Andrea 339 129 147 199. 207 129 147 147.210 199 147 129 147 174.203 129 17 129 339 147 115. 197 100 100 203 129 359. 360 100 100, 256 115 129 158 158 129 158 359, 361 100 Patricia 129. 197.207 McNeill. Chris 115 McRay. Melanie 147 McRee. David 129 McWhirter. Brock 147 Mead. Jennifer 204 Meador, Christopher 1 29 John 100 Means. James 1 47 Medley. Jennifer 147 Jill 197 Meek. Edwin E. 86 Jane 44. 100, 256 Joe 1 1 5 Meeks. Melissa 100 Meiti. Joellen 147 Melear. K. B. 1 58 Melienger. Michelle 158 Mellon. Lauren 251 Melton, Bailey 129.216. 219 Sharon 254 Mendoza. Merritt 197 Meng. Ijovj C. 230 Pook C. 230 Meng-Chuan. Joseph T. 153 Mensik, Todd 359 Mercer. Leowet 129 Meredith. Betty 147 Mark 220 Meriwether. Susan 1 58 Merrel. Vanessa 233 Merrell. Vinessa 100. 248 Messenger. Kelly 1 15 Metzger. Brian A. 207 Meyers. Julia 115. 197. 251 Julia E. 204 Michael, Anthony 5, 12 Day 129 Mlhalyka, Kristofer G. 204 Milam, Kirk 203 Miles, Jennifer 129 Jenny 197. 203 Stephen 339 Trisha 129 Miller. Jason 100 Usa 233. 356 Melissa 204 Nicole 129 Richard E. 204 Sabrina 368 Tori 231 Toria 248 William 129 Milligan. Joshua 100 Milling. Laura 147 Mills. Brock 100 Milons. Anita 129 Milsap. Stephanie 1 29 Mims. Amanda 1 47 Tanya 130 Minella. Victor 130 Mir. Tara 158 Mirzoez. Timur 147 Misner. Sarah 147 Misskelley. Patty 158 Mister. Karmei 204. 256 Mitchell. John 115 Leigh 100 MaryE. 130 Matt 58. 68 Meegan 100 Micael 339 Mikki 130. 223 Traci 210.211 Mixon. Amanda 204 MIyagawa, Eri 27, 130, 197, 207 Mize, David 147 Moak, Jennifer 147 Kim 1 15 Mock, Jonathon 2 1 6 Moe, Tania 147 Moey, Weng-Hong 1 30 Mokerrom, Suzie 1 1 5 Moman, Harold 100 Moncus, Darrell 339 Mondal, Ashraf 158 Monroe, Jenny 147 I nny ' 130 Montagnet, Minii 100 Montegomery, Mitzi 223 Montelongo, Usa E. 207 MontgonKM ' v, Marv 100, 251 Thomas 130 Montz, Tim 196.339 Moody. Alfreda 147 Rita 147.210.220 Moore. Artie 339 Chrisla 147 Darren 1 47 Dexter 196. 250. 374 Jennifer 147 Katrina 204 Liura 130.210 Marie 28. 100. 260 Michela 130.251 Ncsie 130 Yolanda 147. 355. 356 Morales. Orlando 147 Moreau. Jameson 148 Morehead. Amy 148 Morelock. John 368 Morgan. niy 130 Jim 359 Krist enK. 198.203 Stephanie 122. 148 Morris. Jeremy 148. 339 Lee 148. 199 Natalie 197 Tonya 256 Morrisson. Jamie 100 Morrow. Nicolle 148 Pam 1 48 Morse, Mel 142.247 Mosley. Tiffany 248 Moss. Janet 1 48 John 197 Motheram. Raleshwar 148. 194 Motion. Kyron 148. 339 Moulds, Perry 100 Mounce, Patricia 158 Moysey, Robert A. 86 Mull, Allison 158 Mullaney, Peter 216 Mullen. Audra 100 Donna 148 Mandy 148 Mullins. Grey 79 Usa 148 Melissa 197 Ms. A. 194.201 Renee 100 Munn. .iXnn 148 Murawski. Dr. M. 194 Murf. Rose M. 268 Murphree. Elise 197. 204 Murphy. Brian 1 1 5 Jason 1 97 KatherineA. 198.203 Murray. Meredith 200 Murrott. Sarah 100 Musgrove. Melissa 100 Myatt, Leigh 148 Myers. Bill 101 Kathryn 1 30 Myles. Benita 115.204, 233 N Na, Cynthia 130 Nabors, Jason 158 Nakamura, Sachiko 130 Nance, Chesley 115 148 Erin 148 Gina 101 Nanney. Kristie 148 Ijori 130 Napper. Stephanie 130 251 Nappier. Bert 200 251 Naquin. Donna 197 Nash. Rebecca 130 Neal. Jada 148 Jan 197 Monroe 148 Neely. Angel 204 368 Uuclear testing lias tlie world up in arms Associated Press On September 5, 1995. France resumed underground nuclear testing when It detonated a device under a remote atoU In the South Pacific, Worldwide protests preceded the nuclear test, and criti- cism from the world followed it. Anti-nuclear demonstration were staged In various parts of the world, including Paris, Tokyo, Switzerland, Australia, and Hiroshima, Pance ' s President Jacques Chirac defended the tests, saying they would provide information allowing France to conduct computer- simulated tests in the future. Chirac also said that more tests were planned, but that France would sign a global test-ban treaty at their conclusion Many in America mourned the passing of Jerry Garcia, leader of the Grateful Dead, on August 9, 1995, Just eight days after his 53rd birthday. Dallas wi ns tlie » Super I wl... Again Hurrican Opal devestates the Gulf Coast 148. 194,201 130,216 ' o tTeirlnTof October 4, 1995. Humcane OTilS caused the sea to rise 15 feet sweep away Power outages were widespread, and there were ' " S fonS rric " ! victims were allowed to restored. Others, from more severely damaged areas, had to wait longer. Americans rejoice in the release of Harry Wu, a human rights activist who was convicted of stealing states secrets due to sneaking across the border to film evidence of abuses in China ' s prison labor camps. 148 101 130 197 115 214.215 Lori Paul Tanya Nesbit. Julian Neubauer. Stacey Neville, Paige Newton. Ben Courtney Ian Michael Ng. May C. WaiK. Nguyen. Due KhanhD. Quang Nicholas. Jeff Nichols. James D. Nicholson. Moine Nick. Whitney Nickel. Jason Nimrod, Ms. A. Nipper. Elliot Nix. Nathan Nobile. Kelly Noble. Margaret Noel Nohsey. Elizabeth Noone, Chris Noppakunwijai. Panya Norden, Cory Norman, Tiffani 101 Northam. Justin 130 Northdruft. Rebeccah Northern. Michael Norton. Jen Norvell. Kimberly Kimberly G. Notestone. Lee Nothdurft. Rebecca Paltzik, Alana Paolillo, Joseph Paran. Jessica Parish. Melissa Numan. Meg 130 50 130 101 130 130 148 115 86 339 115 339 194 130 115 101 148 148 130 368 149 101 248 196 197 101 101 130 207 101 115, 204 68 o O ' Brien, Bernard O ' Donnell. Dana O ' Neal. Dr. J. Oaks. Keith Odom. Ed Oesterling. Robert Oilshlager. Kristy Oliphant. James Oliver. Angela Bethany Ernest Olivier, Ann OIney. Camie Heather C. Ong. Hiann-Keong Jason Orabi. Mr. K. Osadchuk. Elecia Osborn. Jason Osborne. Carrie Osso. Sarah Otl. Cathryn E. Olio. Nancy J. Ouyon. Siew-Mooi Owen. O ' Hara Sam Owens. Jennie Jennifer Reba Steve Ozanne. Sloan O ' Mara. Partick 197 148 194 101 339 86 101 200 148 148 204 47 204 148 148. 158 194 130 148 101 101 197 197. 204 148 256 339 204 130 148 86 101 199 Richard Park. Kyoungyong Parker. Ashley Candy Kellye Kiin Shannon Parkes. Brandi Colleen Parrish. Paul Parten. Larry Partridge. Stewart Pasquale. Jennifer Pate. Charles Jennifer Patel. Anand Jayniini Sagar Vipel Peterson. Lydia Patten. Erin Erin E. Patterson. Beth Keith Melissa Patton. Adriana Amy Laura Pattton. Frederick Paul. Angela Doug Michelle Payne. Alan R. Amanda Daniela Dr. James S. James F. Jason Toria Paylon, Chris Stacey Peace, Matthew Peacock, HoUey Peacor, Rick Peaves, Cheryl Pederson, Casey Peede, Thomas Peery, Chris Peitz, Gretchen Peltier, Dezra Janice Pender. John Pennebaker. Bo Peoples, Rufus Pepper, Craig Pereira. Arlene Perez. Fernado Perkins. Allyson Perry. Elizabeth 101 Pitts. Kim 86 Teresa 131. 115 piaxico, Corbett 149,210. poe, Morgan 211 Poff. Erick 158 poissot. Jennifer 230 Polk. Gay 233 115 Terry 149 Poole. Kendall 130 poovala. Mr. S. 256. 268 Posey. Columbus 149 poss. Melissa 149, 197 Potts, Jeremy 22 1 Pound, John Povall, Mary H Powell, Brandon 13 John Powers, Brian Poynor, Krisli Pradel, Tiana Prater, Tara Pratt, Brandon Geoffery Pressler, Joe Prestage. Courtney Price, Jamey Jason Matthew Tanice Pride, Brad Prince, Jennifer Prine. Blaine Pringle. Benita Prisdale. James Privett. Michael Proctor. James Provencher. Shannon Ginger Jett Person. Chris Mary Perzee. Aaron Petermann. Jamie Peters. Carolyn Trevor Pctrus. Sarah L. Pfeiffer. Brenda Phi. Gamma B. Phi K. Phillips. Angela Berry Chris Jennifer Terry Phyfer. Hugh Pi. Delt.i S 101 101 339 149 101 101 101 149 102 231 149. 207 251 207 149 251 115 149 130 102 130 149 223 149 207 149 149 69 87 149 102 263 248 102 102 149 149 130 149 339 149 115 102 149 115 368 9.23 27 149 131 204. 268 131 102 149 102 204 102 149 102 207 131 197 207 149 223 131 102 254 115 196 115. 115. Pryor. Billie Stephen Pugh. Christian P. Pulol. Michael Pulling. James Puri. Mr. N. Purifoy. Emily Pursel. Jeffrey Purvis. Rickey 195. a Ouillian, Melanie Quillman. John Ouinn. Keli 149. 214 R I Uie.Oit; I Ut. James 1 teftliSSi ll%Cl ' l 197 I M.U 195 I ! .»( 215|lililiDS,B, ton. Ham litats,C til taih teli tats 1 1 Iw Rabalais. Jamie 102, Ragsdale. Caroline 203.212. Rahman. Javed Raines. Michael Rainey, Ashley Gina Rains, Melody Rakow, K.C. 197 Ramanathan. Mr. S. Riunsey. Leigh A. Randall. Sara W, Randle. Suzann Rankin. Chris 251 197. 213 149 158 131 102 150 .204 194 197 196 150 374 h % 1 US 21 H U ' I ' ll I! W » 1(1 n H 2:13 ), IS u Ranson, Liura C. Raoniusscn, Cara )1 Raper. Ktniii Jj Rashid. Suma» ' a ij Ratliff. Cassandra Greg Rawls. Candlce Ray. Troy Rayaprolu. Shailaja Rajford, Sham- Read, Sonva k. Redditt. Chad Redmond. Frances Reed. Eddie Joan-Michael Malconi Tanisha Reelman. Krik Ree es. Chad Reggans. Eon Reichle. Chris Reinert. Sherylan Renibert. Korei Renfroe, kimberly Reno 1ch, Will Reonas. Matthew Replogle. Rebecca Rester. Jimniy Resweber. Liuren Reyes. Tutan Reynolds. Ashley Grant Maya Stacy Rhew, Kyeongsik Rhoden, Chad Uc. B. Rhodes. Jack Karen Michelle Rhyne. Caria Rice. Denny Jennifer Jeremy Penny Richard. James Richey. Mark Ricks. . " Kngie Rico, Sharon Riddell, Robin Riddle. Kris Rigdon. Tiffany Timothy Riley, Melanie D. Ringo. Roger Risher, Jessica Laurie Maril F. Ms. L Ritehey. Jacob Ritchie. Greg Ritdie. James Ritts. Melissa Rives. Christopher 131, 49, 150, Roach, Rick Roaten. Richie Robbins. Brian Roberson. Amedra William I Roberts. Christopher L, 204 102 150 3(.8 150 131 102 150 131 116 196 221 131 131 131 131 251 116 131 102 150 131 248 131 102 204 197 131 204 339 150 216 248 251 230 116, 197, 339 87 250 131 158 116 197 216 263 150. 207 102 159 102 131 116 150 131 150. 199 207 233. 248 131 159,201 131 194 102 216,219 116 131 116 131, •Rkodriguez-Perey. Vicente 159 8 150 131 131 150 207 Dr, K. Kendra LaRue Lesli Mandy Wilson Robertson, Connie Kenneth Kimberly Rob Shelly Robinson, Elizabeth Jennifer Kelly Kyna Leigh Ms. R. Priscilla Rodenhauser, Sarah Rodgers, Allison 79. 194, 201 150 213 131 102 150 150 132 150 212,213 150 116 102 116.204 102.248 116, 150, 201 194 102 102 103 John Martin Rodriguez, Renee Roesell, . ndrew Rogers. Amanda Hart Julie 47, Kate LeeH. Noel Renee Rogge, Sarah Roling, Richelle Rollins, Kimberly Roily, Rochelle ' Romano, Lindsay Romine. Stacy Ronsel. Scott Root, Matt Rose, Angela Angeline Kristen Shane Ross, Elizabeth Matthew Samir Rousseau, Chris Roussel, Alice Rou, . Jeffrey A, Rowan, Kathy Rowe, Laura Stephanie Rowell, Brian Rowland, .(Myssa Sharon Royal, Shereta Royer, Ro-Anne Rubin. Daniel Rucker. Lareeca Rue, Michael Ruff, Jenny Ruiz. Cynthia Rush. Hugh Rushing. Dianne Robert Todd S. Russ. Claude Michael Russell. Bart Brandi Doyle Frederick Jami Miles Valerie 132. 116. 103. 103. 87 132 132 159 103 199 173 257 207 150 150 116 132 248 261 1 16. 204 150 132 150 233 248 150 263 151 103 194 151 151 87 207 103 132 151 132 116 248 248 116 151 151 102 201 197 132 151 197 204 151.222 109 103 63 151 151 52 103. 256 151. 233. s Saddler, Donald 368 Greg 368 Sagona. Nick 103 339 Sahu. Mani 256 Salisbury, Cary 116 204 Samford. Lauren 151 Samuels, Robert H 87 Sanchez, Michelle 132 Sanders, Cathy 103 David A, 207 Ladye 103 Pamela 151 Sandifer, Christine 197. 204 Sang, Janet 230 Sansone, Faith 103 Sarpy, Kathleen 116. 232, 233 Sasser, Susan 116 Saul. Betsv 151 Karen 197 207 Saunders, Carmen 103 256 Reynold 197 Say, Peng 151 Schendel. Kate 103 Schieffer, Lindsay 103 Schonberg, Kristen 151 Schools, Shelly 262 Schueth, Gail 10 151 Katie 103 Schuler. Jill 368 Schumacher, Michael 132 Schwartz, Jennifer 116, 204 Scott, Brad 132 Morris 339 Oliver 116 Paula 103,251 Shea 103 Tara 103 WatkinsL, 197 Scruggs, David Z. 1 98 Granger 197,204 Zach 198, 203 Seabrook. Krisan 103 Seago. Mary 132 Seale. William 132 Seamster. Alison 204 Sears. Robin 151. 223 Sebrell. Ralph Seematter. Christina Seibels IV, Robert E, Seibert, Yancey Sellers, Katie Lauri Sen, Nirmalya Senter, Kristi Melissa Ryan Seo, Wonyoung Serrano. Edgar Lulu Sesay. Ansu Sewell. Billie J, Laura Lisa Marty Se.xton, , manda Seybert, Regan Seymour, Jenny Shackelford. Jennifer L. 151 116 198, 207 132 151 132 159,207 151,207. 220 151. 210 179.203 230 152 103 352 87 116 152 212.213 210.262 354. 355 152 198 103 132 196 87 132 159 216 116. 197, 204 152 103 117, 132 103 132 152, 240, 261 197 152 103 233 132 132 87 117. 197 207 103 204 117 132. 260 Mahala 132. 197. 207. 233 Shirley. Kristi Shivers. Melissa Shoemaker. Lillous A Robert Shah. Vipal Shankle. Brian Jinimy Shanku. Reshma Shantharal, Priya Shappard. Bill Shappley. Katherine Sharma. Deep Shaw. Jolanda Mark Shea. Jamie Sheard, David Sheikh. Rashed Sheilds. Shana L, Shekharan, Raja Shelby, Jeremy Shelley, Turkessa Shelor, Melanie Shelton, Jayson Shepard, Nolan E. Shepherd. Cameron Sheppard. Lee C. Sherman. Chuck Shields. Mary L. Shana Shillingford. Lj ' nn Megan Shollenberger. James Shores. Misty Shotts. Texie Shoup. Jessica Sicuro. Claude Michael Sides, Christie Rebecca Silva, Elizabeth Simking, Russell Simm, Craig 117 152 103, 256 152 88 103 152 103 203 152 357 152. 197 152 117 152 Hillary takes on tlie lATorld Associated Press It was Hillary Clinton ' s first visit to China, and she made it a memorable one. In a speech to the United Nation ' s Fourth ' World Conference on Women, the first lady took on the world. Her speech, delivered on September 5, 1995, made a call for human rights and freedom of expression, and she said that it was indefensible that many women who registered for the confer- ence were denied visas or were unable to fully participate. Mrs, CLinton surprised her audience and the host nation by rebuking Beijing for its treatment of private activists who said they were harrassed by authorities during a parallel forum held in Huairou, China, Just 30 miles away. The conference platform called for measures to alle " viate women ' s poverty, and improve health care, job opportunities ajid education. Construction comes to a close on tlie library... finally. Ripken liits 2,131 to beat Gehrig ' s long-standing record Associated Press For montlis, baseball fans were talk- ing about The Streak. With each game he played, Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken, Jr., drew one game closer to breaking one of baseball ' s " unbreakable " records. In 1939, Yankee first-baseman Lou Gehrig retired after having appeared in 2,130 coonsecutive games, an ac- complishment that surely would nev- er be equalled. In 1995, Ripken not only equalled it — he surpassed it! On September 6, 1995, Ripken took the field, as he had done in every Ori- oles game since May 30, 1982, to play against the California Angels. This was consecutive game 2,131 — but not until the fifth inning, when base- ball games become official. When the fifth inning came, fire- works exploded and cameras flashed, as 10-footbanners bearing " 2-1-3-1 " were unfurled in the outfield stands of Baltimore ' s Camden Yards. The fans stood and cheered for Rip- ken, who emerged from his dugout and gave his jersey to his wife and two children. His teammates pushed the reluctant Ripken back out onto the field where he made a " thank you " lap around thte ballpark, shaking hands with the fans. The ovation lasted 22 minutes. Befitting a hero, Ripken hit a home run in the game won by the Orioles 4- 2. Simmons. Ashley 172 Steckler. Karla 133 Brian 254 Steele, Jennifer 133 Latoya 117,248 Suzanne 133 Melanie 103 Stefani. Andrew 88 Sharon 152.223 Stephens, Shane 117 Simpkins, Erick 197.204 William 133, 196 , Simpson, Andrea 117 Stephenson, Jeannine 11 7 4 Melanie 133, 212.213 Stevens. Elizabeth 153 Thomas 152 Monica 159 Sims. Hampton 103 Stevenson. Paula 104 Slaton 103 Stewart. Ashlye 197 204 Willie R. 248 Jennifer 117 Sindelar. Robert 88. 194. Michael 88 201 Stocks. Sharnell 104. 233, Singleton. Jamie 133 248 Sioan, Michael 152 Stofer, Nicole 203 Sisk, Adam 117 Stoffer. Nicole 179 Sistrunk, Bart 250 Stokes. Traci 153 Sit. Fung 207 Stone. Brian 203 Sitarz. Julia 196 Carrie 10 Skeritt, Roosevelt 133 Jennifer 133 Skiles. Tami 117 Katy 251 Skywalker. Anakin 133 Stephanie 117 Sligh. Chappell 103 Stout, Stacy 104 Slyke. Jeremy V. 105 Strachan, Holly 47 Smith, Amy 103, 133 Street, Shannon 223 Anne-Taylor 103 Strieker. Steve 159 Benjamin N. 204 Strickland. Dana 117 C.J. 117 Elizabeth A. 207 Chad 117. 152 Heather 16 .57. 104. Charles 88 133.210.211 251 262 Chris 374 Timothy 339 343 Christi 103. 152 Stringer, Debra 133 Clint 117.204 Robert 117 204 Dennie 197 Strong. Jason 104 Dr. M. 201 Stroupe, Courtney 104 Dr. Allie M. 71 Strum. Matt 223 Holly 152.207 Stubblefleld, Allan 153 Jeff 339 Earl 104 Karen 169.243 Stubbs, Everette 28 Kimberly 104, 133 Stutzman. Amie 104 l ance 152 Suk, Yeung-Ki 159 230 Laura 104,256 Sukanek. Peter C. 88 Marcie 152 Sukes, Jimmy 153 Mark 339 Sullivan. Jo 153 Mary-Ouida 152 Sumrall. Tim 104 Matthew 104 Supple. Catherine 153 Melissa 251 Jennifer 153 Michelle 133,223 Suratt. Tempe 251 Morton 152 Sutherland. Erin 133. 216. Rachel 152 197,201 268 Stacey 152. 197 Swan, David 359 Stephanie 196, 221 Swanson. Julie 251 Teri 104 Tanya 104 Tim 152 Swenson. Ms. E. 194 Trisha 117 Swetland. Melissa 200 . 222 Whitney 69 Swogger. Marcy 105 Smithhart. Julie 117 Sze, Hong Y. 230 Smotherman. Elizabeth 152, 196 198. 252 Smythe. Lauren 117.204 Sneed, Lorl 152 Snyder. Nathan 152 rr % Sobotka. Elizabeth 152 1 Soloman. Amy 207. 241 1 Song, Sen 197 . L. Songy. Loriici 117 Soper, Jennifer L. Sorrells. Maureen 198 152 Tabb. Stephanie Tackett. William 196 153 Southerland, Julia 133 Talley, Brian 133 198 ,203 Sparks. Lacey 104 Tan, Tien-llna 105 Sparrenberger. Michael 152 Ye-Nee 153 Spector, Jason 200. 204 Yun-Sen 159 Spclr, Jorja E. 114. 117, Tarrant. Emily 105 .256 204. 256 Tate. Daniel 105 Spell, Becky 201 Tatum. Joy 105 . 197 Shannon 104 Melanie 197 ,204 Spence. Paxton 133 Sherry 214 Spivey. Leigh 197 Taurel, Douglas 153 Sprenger. Valerie 152 Tawes, Mary 117 Sprinkle. Sarah 104 Tayloe. William 153 Sprott, Susan 104 Taylor, Alison 105 Sprulll, Kristen 104.251 Camie 256 Srivastava, Dr. A. 194 Danielle 220 Dr. R. 194 Emily 118 St. John. Cory 152 James 153 Stacy. Penny 133 Jessica 105 Stanford. Kimberly 152 Julia 47 Starks, Valerie 153 Laura 105 Stasi, Jackie 196 Sandy 133 .203 Statom. Gabriel 104 Tays. Jason 118 Slaton. Carolyn E. 88 Teeple. l aura M. 207 Michael 104.216 Temborov. Artur 153 I Tcrr ' . Lindsay 118 Tew! Phillip 259 Thangavelu. Poonl ulali 153 Tliigpen. Calvin 118. 197. 368 Gan, 339 James H. 153 Thomas. Clark 133 EricC. 204 Jack 153 Joanne 153 Karen 159 LeMay 339 Rebecca 153. 165. 203 Tracy 105 Thompson. Blake 133. 223 Cathy 153 Chase 216 Christopher 233 Dustj- 159.241 Ed 250 La Rhonda 233. 248 Melissa 153 Rhonda 196. 260 Terrie 153 Terry 153 Tonla 118 Trent 153 Whitney 241 Thome, Robert 88 Thweatt. Tanya 133 Tibbs. Michele 153 Tichenor. Melissa 105 Tickle. Heidi 133 Tijerina. Rachel 257 Tillman. Jeff 153. 195 Mary 260 Timmons. Tanya 105 Tindall. Anna T. 207 Tinnin. Ashley 118.204 Tinsley. Julie 223 Tiverina. Rachel 105 Todaro. Shannon 118. 153 Todd. Danny 105 Katharine 105 Toker. Nancy 105 Tolbert. Shawn 105 Tomer. Mark 134 Tominello. Dominique 153 Tomlinson. James 134 Tong. Angus 153 Tongue. Ginger 118. 153 Topps. Vanessa 134 Tosh. Christine 197. 204 Townes. Percy 153 Townsend. Calvin 368 Trainer. Orlando 339 Trammell. Metrica 134 Tran. Thanh X. 204 Tranum. Jami 153 Travillo, Amy 118 Travis. Collin 153. 203 Michael 134.251 Triplett. Montana 118 Trost. Heath 118 Trott. Dr. J. 203 Judith D. 88 Trotter. Lisa 159 McLean 199 Trout. Erin 118 Trum. Frances 105 Tubb. Garnett 105 Tucei. Shannon 153 Tucker. Paul 216 Ross 196 Tuminello. Domonique 203 Turgeon. Stephanie 1 53 Turley. Gibson 134 Tumage. Laura M 198 Robert 134 Turner. Carlton 233. 248 Casey 134 Mineasa 154. 265 Terrl 214.215 Tracey 201 Tuttle. Elizabeth 154 Tyre. Tammy R. 207 u Ubale. Arun 159 ArunP. 207 Uden, Maggie 118 Umfress. Karen 118. 154 Umphers. Jack 105 Upadnyay. Vanita 27 Upton. Sonya 159 V Va|ic. Ivana Valentine. John Van. Phong Vance. Brad Jennie Traci Vandiver. Leigh VanSlyke. John Vassileva. Christina Vaughn, Latricia Richard Velea. Doru Luminita Venkatesan. Sridhar Verlangieri. Dr. A. Vernon. Ronald Vice. Eric Vick. Kathiyn Vidal. Gregory Vigil. Joseph Vincent, Crystal Vinson. David Dr. M. Theopolis Volz. Ijz Vosburg. Brian Vowell. Chris Todd Vujic. Ivana 260 134 154. 199 203 154 159. 194 154 197 199 105 154 159,207 105 159 194 89 339 105 105 159 106 106. 339 194 89 106 106 359 339 207 w n Waddell. Heather 134 Lori 154 Wade, Heather 106 Natalie 106 Todd 339 Wadkins. Melanie 214 Wadsworth. Glenn 159 Wagner. Gretchen 197 Waguespack. Amy 118 Waits, Jennifer 134.210 Wakefield, Dr. 67 Walburn. Sally 268 Walden. Tiffany L. 207 Waldon, Suzanne 154 Waldrup. Christy 106 Susan 134 Wales. Pearl 159 Walker. Brian 154 James 154 Jay 199 Julie 134 Lee 118 Shonnie 154 Tomeka 134.368 Wade 134 Wallace. Carl G. 207 Jana 134 John 159 Thomas 63 Triphinia 1 54 207. 233 Waller, Dr. C. 194 Elizabeth 256 Glenn 159 Amtrak crash injures many in Arizona The news was terrible: an Amtrak train derailed while crossing a trestle in a remote desert region of Arizona, 55 miles southwest of Phoenix. What made the news even worse was the suspicion of sabatoge. Occuring around 1 a.m. on October 9, 1995, the derailment of Amtrak ' s Sun- set Limited, en route from Miami to Los Angeles, sent four of its cars into the gulch 30 feet below the trestle. One person was killed and more than 70 were injured. The derailment was caused by the removal of a metal bar that held two sections of a rail together. The culprit installed a wire, disabling a light that would have warned the train ' s crew about the break. The saboteur ' s appar- ent knowledge about the warning sys- tem led to speculation that it might be the work of a railroad employee. Found at the scene was a letter that made reference to the federal sieges at Waco, Texas, and Ruby Ridge, Idaho, and also mentioned the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Fire- arms. It was signed " Sons of Gestapo. " The letter raised fears that the de- railment was the work of anti- government terrorists, although ex- perst in the field were unfamiliar with the signature. Peace in Bosnia? Associated Press Despite continued NATO air strikes and U.N. peace efforts, the conflict in the former Yugoslavia rages on, with no letup in sight. 1995 began with a four month ceasefire mediated by for- mer United States President Jimmy Carter, but the truce didn ' t put an end to the fighting. The former Yugoslavia has been the scene of civil war since June 1991, and the fighting intensified in 199S after the republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina de- clared its independence. Bosnian Serbs, seeking independ- ence from Bosnia, began their siege of the capital, Sarajevo, as the European community and the United States for- mally recognized Bosnia. More than 200,000 people have been killed or are missing since the fighting began. In May 1995, NATO planes attacked Serb ammunition depots. The Serbs re- sponded by attacking " safe areas, " killing many and taking hundreds of U.N. peacekeeper hostages. In June, Serbs downed a U.S. F-16 over northern Bosnia. The pilot. Air Force Captain Scott O ' Grady, hid for six days until he was rescued by U.S. Marines. The conflict and the peace talks con- tinue. Just before the Christmas holidays. President Clinton announced that the U.S. would be sending its troops over t.o " keep the peace. " Walley, Consuelo 1 54 Walters, Amy 134 Deidra 154.203 Walton, Anne 154 Dr. G. 63 Jason 154 Randall 154,222 Wang, Anita 154 Haibo 159 Susan 118 Ware. Bruce 248 Christopher 134. 233. 248 Lekesheon 118 Teresa 134 Warner, Julie 154 Warr. Joy 200 Warren. Craig 134 Emily 118 Michael 134 Washington. Carrie 154 Ouincey 339 Wasteney, Cherie 1 18 Waters. Lynn 268 Watkins, Angela 106 Eric 374 Walter 203 Watson. Brent 134 Watt. Kenton 212 Lester 210.211 Wattigay, Timothy 1 54 Watts. Mr. V. 201 Peter 106 Wau. Adrienne 106 Wayne. Nate 339 Weatherbee, Daria 154 Weatherlly. Ronald 154 Weathers, Courtney 17 Weaver. Amanda 197 Webb. Becky 154 Jacob 134 Webster. Katherine 118, 154 Sonya 134 Weckl. Angela 106 WeedenJr., Larrv 154. 237. 248 Weeks. Jason 118 Wegman, Tyson 154 Weigandt. Jennifer 106 Scott 134 Welch, Christopher 1 54 Femi 106 Robert 106 Welch-Dancer, Tina 159 Wells, Andrew 159 Benjamin 233 Carissa 233 Jason 106 Jimmie 1 54 Matthew 134. 339 Welshans. Dr. D. 194 Wen. Dawei 159 Wesson. Keena 154 West, Bill 89 Heidi 134 Ms. D. 194 Stephanie 134 Stewart 154 Westeney, Cherie 256 Westerfield. Dr. Louis 75 Weston. Mr. S. 194 Westpal. Jessica 106 Wctzler, Courtnee 134 Whaley. , ' manda 106 Jason 106 Mitchell 154 Whatley, Misty 134 Whealdon, Jennifer 134 Wheeler. Sonia 106 Whisenant. Summer 118 White, Bo 154. 196. 198. 252 Chris 106 Christy 134 Derrick 248. 374 Elaine 196 Geoff 154 Jason 201 l«iuren 204 U ih 106 Melinda 134 Michael 353 Naketa 248 Nancy 154 Stephen 118 Tanieka 155 Tonya 155 White III, Robert B 198 Whitehead, Jeff 118 Whitt, Ed 155 Michelle 159 Whitten, Detris 368 Whittington. Derrick 155 Whittney, Marcey R 106 Whitwell, Fletcher 134 .216 Wible, John 374 Wicker. Britt 339 Kyle 339 Trey 339 Wigington. William 155 Wiginton. Christopli er 200 Wilbanks, Amber 57 . 106 Bart 134 . 155 Wilder, Rebecca 155 Wilkinson. Christopher 134 Daniel 135 Tyson 155 Wilks. Latonya 106 Williams. Amy 135 Caria 135 Daniel 89 Dewayne 248 Haley 155 John 155 Jorian 248 Katrina 264 Lawrence 259 Max W. 89 Michael 23 . 155 Schentia 106 Tammy 215 Tasha 155 Theona 106 248 Tina 155 Tracee 135 Williamson, April 118 Dr. J. 194 201 Laura 106 Tim 155 201 Willis. Bruce 237 Sasha 155 Willoz. Amanda 135 Willson. David E. 89 Wilson, Ashlee 106 Brian 106 155 Cherie 118 David 1 55. 207 237 Dr. M. 194 201 Frank 339 G. D. 339 Jaime 118 Kathryn 155. 200 237 Lynda S. 207 Natalie 248 Ouentin 339 Robert 118 Sandra 135 Stacy 237 Tiffany 106 248 Windham. Melissa 118 Winfiekl. Michael 339 Paul 339 Winstead, Zebulon 106 Winter. David 155 Winters. Tetra 248 Wiygul, Shirley 256 Wolf. Wendy 118 Wolfe, Adriann 106 Shauna 155 Womble. Kellie 155 Womer. Norman 89 Wong. Elaine 118 Tom 155 Woo. Kenneth 118 limejello 118 Mack 106. 197. 223 Wood. James 155 Jessica 106 Jim 265 Jonathan 135 Lisa 135 Martha 118 Nancy 159 Tad 155 Taylor 216 Tina 155 200 foods, Grethan 106 Polly 155 197 Tania 2-18 oolenis. Bridget 135 oolsey. James 89 ord. Amy 118 197 omiser. Melissa 2-10 orlh. Chrissie 212 213 tigtit. Alan 119 Charles 250 David 374 Douglas 135 Kevin 135 Trent 339 Ju. , ' M-Lun 135 Wanhong 159 Wei-Shi 159 yandt. Dr. C. 19-1 T Yamashlta, Keiko 135 Yan-Sze, Hong 155 Yang, Xiaodong 159 Yarbrough, Courtney 256 Yarlagadda, Prakash 159 Yates, Carolyn 197 Dennis 155 Jennifer 155 197 Yau, Lee-Min 135 Yawn, Mike 155 Yew, Giek-Peng 135 Yiet, Liyong 135 Young. Cheri 156 Darryl 119 248 Kimberly 119, 156, 196, 201 Ryan 359 Tommy 156 z Zagst, Brandon 156. 199 Zanzig, Jeffrey 159 Zegledi, Sandy 106 Tammy 36 Zepponi, Laura 135 Robin 156 Zhang, Yi 135 Zjawiony. Dr. J. 194 Powell hits tlie road Associated Press In September, 1995, Colin Powell embarked on a cross-country boolc tour to promote his auto- biography, " My American Journey " As he did this, he also promoted the motion that his next Journey might be along the campaign trail, seek- ing the presidency of the United States in 1996. Powell, 58 years old. Is the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the first African American person to hold that position. He rose to fame through his leadership in the Persian Gulf war. The views expressed by Powell seem to leave him out of either mainstream Republicans or Democrats. In his book, he asserts his belief in free enterprise and lower taxes, and says that he is put off by " patronizing liberals. " He does, how- ever, support women ' s rights, gun control and was alarmed by a " troubling mix of politics and religion " at the 1992 Republican convention. He sees himself as the " sensible center of the American political spectrum, " declaring no alle- giance to any political party. Riding Higli; The ice storm of 1994 offered a nice little holiday in late January. This time off gave students plenty of time to sleigh ride. Another popular place to visit was the Baptist Memorial Hospital for the occasional sleighing accident. Vogue: Oxford librarians Ms. Kitts. Jennifer Bushong and Ms. Latham offer extra library service to students and other Oxford residents. iiol. Shots: Anthony Boone of the Ole Miss Rebel Basketball team plays hard against the Arkansas Razor- backs with a crowd of spectators cheering him on. 392) Coming Full Circle. f ' f : ' i if A world of change The 1990 ' s has been a time of tre- mendous change. With the explosion of the internet, peace talks that would have been im- possible even a few years ago now taking place, and the up-in-the-air state of just about everything - the world is a shrinking, crazy place. Our immediate future is a time of in- credible knowledge and a touch of fear. The job market is unstable, downsizing and a flux of too many workers making a job a very valuable commodity. With all of the craziness of the " outside world " . Ole Miss has become an even greater haven. She seeks to shelter us ft ' om the greatest of the evils while she seeks to give us the strength, knowledge, flexibility and experience that every student needs to survive and flourish in a quickly changing world. Those who are graduating need to hold on to all that you have learned at Ole Miss and carry It with you to offer your brilliance to this world. Those who have a little while to go, relish the time and opportunities that Ole Miss provides to each of her students. ' - ■Ti -- ' (O) X ' ■.=»» i ' -vj- ):- . }:. " I L -2«% Election Races: Stu- dent participation in ASB elections is at an all time low. These students take time out to vote and help make a change. « ' IQ £¥ Bad To The Bone: These serious fellows joined forces at a football game to " keep an eye on Ihinas. " Thi proMi et. Ill surroiii: forstudcii rat, study ' just visit with friends. ' 7t n In lu li;i. ' l «illi,im.i .■ V ' . li vy- ■ " ■ " r r ■- - ■jL 1 iiil • m HSaMBaii Worth Remembering What was the most memorable event of the 1995-96 school year for you? " Marching through the Lyceum... Getting new uniforms, " said Jennifer Bounds, a junior band member. Justin Loughram, a senior in journalism, said that the most memorable thing to him was " ...seeing Widespread Panic in Tad Smith. " " I gave myself a trip to England and Scotland for Christmas, " said Jameson Moreau, a senior public relations major. [394) Coming Full Circle... Y-M-C-A: Dusty Thompson, Director of Pageants for Ole Miss, likes to have fun. Dur- ing the annual yearboolc trip to Dallas to design the cover. Dusty and the rest of the an- nual staff took a little time out to relieve the stress of the daily meetings by dancing in the club Alley Cat. Shh...: The newly renovated Library on campus offers a bright, comfor- table place for students to study. AIVewEra (395 Wish you could forget What ' s the worst thing that you remember about this year? " Classes on a rainy day, " said Karen Otten, a freshman in education. Joe Presley, a graduate student in music education, said, " I didn ' t get to see my girlfriend for five months. " " My car being towed, " said Rolanda Brown, a junior in broadcast journalism. " The bus almost tipping over on the LSU (band) trip, " was Bill DeJournett ' s worst memory. Bill is a gradute student in music education. ' I got a D in one of my classes, " said Justin Loughram, a senior in journalism. " I got sued by my landlord, " said Will Haraway, a senior in english and broadcast journlism. Jason Brown said that his worst memory was " ..mopping the hallway at two in the morning... with an 8:00 class. Jason is an RA at Kincannon who is majoring in Business. if " i s Crazy!!: A cuuple of Student Mcdiu Center workers release a little of life ' s day to day stress. 396) Comlns Full Circle. Duel: These two fellows could be found fencing outside of the Union. Watch your step! AAer the Parly; These students lend .1 liciiid in keeping Ole Miss beautiful. Wohoo!: Sleigh riding was the sport of choice during the 1994 ice storm. AMewEra (397 } it 11 P mm « « « 4 t §91 t ■ ' ' " © a SSP ' Tf ? " " ■ " ' I w 1 V ' I IV Jonna Jones Editor-ln-Chiet veil, it looks as if we made it tiirougti another year, finally!!! The last two years as editor have been an interesting time to say the least, and I have to say I am Ihanicfui for the opportunity but I ' m glad that it ' s over. I believe that the people at this university are some of the finest in the world and I ' m lucky to have worked with many of them. The first group I would like to mention would be the Student Media Center. The Daily Mississippian. Rebel Ra- dio. Channel- 1 2 and advertising, not to mention all the faculty, were always right there to do whatever they could for the annual — Tliank you for your support! Another line group that never seemed to tire of helping us were the people in the Lyceum. From the Registrar to the Chancel- lor, everyone that I talked to was willing to take time out of their busy schedules to listen and lend a hand. Alumni Affairs — thank you for having a treasure trove of pictures; University Archives — thank you for allowing us the access to Ole Miss yearbook history, and Angela — thank you for willingly making the trek to dig through all of that information. The main group I ' m glad I got to work with was the staff of the 1 996 annual. You guys are quite a mix!! Thank you for meeting your deadlines, bust- ing your butts, being patient and for all the humor. Special thanks to Amy for taking ove r student life when that section editor flaked, and to I aura Moore for doing all of the artwork in the Greeks section. Thanks to the work studies — Angela. Jeremy and Kevin — you guys did the thankless work that keeps everything running so smoothly. Tract — thank you for all of your time, guidance, and patience — it has been a very interesting two years. Dolores — thank you for your terrific ideas and thank you for working with us to make an even better cover than last year. Ben — thank you for the last few years and thanks to Janey for always being there to answer questions. Finally. I ' ve saved the best for last... Jennifer, wow. it ' s over. I would get mushy but I ' m too e.xcited. Good luck in Alabama and thank you for the three and a half years of craziness! The rest of my friends. I love you guys and I ' ll always remember you! Mike. I don ' t know what to say that I haven ' t told you a million times — I love you and thank you for being my shoulder this past year or so! To my family, do you believe it?! I love you guys and I know that without your love and support there is no way I would have survived. I love you and 1 know that nothing in this world will ever be as special to me as you all are! Thank God for everything! 398 9 yuK I lones Jennifer Bushong iCluef Business Manager ' ■ " " " I, iiiiill siifeisharf »l I ' m loth 1(1 efeigruBpl Uie Sliidfiii mMu Wlomtiiioi hi Itlfff lO Jii il-Myoi imp llial oflfl f itif pfoplf ii InlheCtatfi- «insty filMfnaiKl ' W (1)1) (ot tail;) rcte- :f!sloOlefe -tah ' oiito iinortrthii »r3ff()ilfl (leai«es,W- ami (or all k lot lakiis m ilitiirMeiaii lifarHiitkiiillif mirtslofc- ,110 SIB! dill fc illiinsraniii si ' all ol will lii, las been a m -Itakwii ' liinortiofw •ritoteUW 1 Iff yeai nl jtlaslJf ovInMl ' ni ' " jnilirt™ ' " fjaoesslHifn ' ] 11 al« ,nes-ll ' «f iolileri»P ' f eit ' !ll» " lliavesoW« ' Well, its over, the year and my time at Ole iss. Both have been full of good times and lood friends. I look foward with mixed emo- ions, on one hand 1 am going to miss this lace but I can ' t wait to get out in the real svorld. Working with the yearbook has brought me in contact with many people lere at Ole Miss and many others. It has also introduced me to new ideas and ways of loing things. I will always look back at this time in my life and remember the friends and fun that I had with yearbook. There are many people 1 need to thank jlong the way so I ' ll start with the work studies. Angela — Good luck to you next year, you ' re going to need it. Jeremy and Kevin — thank you for all your hard work and long hours. Good Luck to Amy next year. I am sure you will do fine. Thank you to all the photographers for going to the strange jiaces that I sent you to take pictures, rhanks to Shawn Jenkins and Brooke Beard for helping with all the odds and ends, rhanks to Photo Sevices and Photo Tech for getting our pictures to us. Next 1 would like lito thank Traci Mitchell for all of her support and help in the past two years. Next, I would like to tell Missy. Trish. Erika. and Tammy tow much fun I have had with them and how much I ' m going to miss them. To Dusty your part in this book can not be forgotten soon lenough. To Alissa and Erin. my friends at home, who listened to me go on about year- took, thanks. To Jonna. I would like to say that the past three and a half years have ibeen lots of fun and 1 could not ask for a better friend and to remember the good ' ole days of waft and swirl. Lastly. I would have to thank my family. They have helped me through the good limes and the bad. I also want to congratulate my brother. James, and his new wife. Holly, I wish them all the luck in the world. Goodbye Ole Miss, Hello World! linltiis Idril jllarel d I A(w Up 1 In Memorium Mefinda Sxie ' ' MimCy Carison Ecdim, Minnesota Haiky Efizabcth Estes NatchcZf Mississippi On March 1, 1936, a tragedy daimed tile Eve5 of two membtrs of iht Ok Miss famity. Mdinda Sue Carison and Haiky Eiizabtih Estes, freshmen Delta Gammci soroniy sisters, wdi forever be remembered for iheir invoivement with iht Bos kcibad Pom Squad and ikroughout tile tmiversity. Their time at 0(e Miss was short but tfieir spirit and high ideals wiii remain an insfirauonfor aS-who knew than and know of ihem. The Road Not Taken Robert Frost Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, just as fair. And having perhaps the better claim. Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same. And both that morning equally lay in leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: . wo roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by. And hat has made all the difference. ij. flti gfaftta


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