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

 - Class of 2004

Page 1 of 424


University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection, 2004 Edition, Cover

Page 6, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 2004 Edition, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 424 of the 2004 volume:

opening campus life distinctions academics organizations personalities greeks athletics index closing • afesBisi—vr ' ' I ■ wm The University of Mississippi S. Gale Denley Student Media Center 233 Farley Hall University, MS 38677 fl 1 : 1 t v r; tl ■ " ft I We all came to Ole Miss because we wanted to be more to Ole Miss than just the classroom. We learned something. From journalists and teachers to what it meant to be an Ole Miss rebel. Through our , t engineers, actors and pharmacists, the list can go on achievements we became someone. The classes that forever. In the process, however, we all became more of ourselves than any other previous experience would allow. We became leaders and scholars. We became outspoken and independent. Many of us soon learned that there was much we took challenged us. The organizations we were | Ui involved in helped us to gain work experience and I C}: learn the value of volunteering. Many of us became rer I social by joining fraternities and sororities, and those j of us who participated in athletics learned the true . ! ' i r » » r i « n Senior French and English major Haley McCay takes the opportunity to sit in the Circle and study on a pretty day in October. neaning of competition as we faced and defeated some of the :oughest schools in the country. This book is produced to help us remember this time in our ives. Perhaps you will go home and use it as a coaster or loor stop, but hopefully one day you will pull it out, remember Ole Miss fondly and realize how much it had an nfluence on who you are today. " .•; K m d I r, - • After a meeting held by supporters of keeping the Colonel Reb mascot sophomore Jeff Johnson speaks with Memphis station Fox 13 reporter Tish Clark. f Numerous Ole Miss students participated in a rally on Oct. 7 to show their support for the administration ' s decision to change the current Colonel Reb mascot. The rally was organized by the Ole Miss chapter of the NAACP. " We need a mascot that is inclusive of all of us, " said NAACP President Annette Hollowell, a senior political science major from Holly Springs, Miss. have an opinion and stand up for what you believe 1 to have the power to bring into being ■ £ When the weather is nice outside you can always spot art students all over campus trying to emulate their beautiful surroundings through their drawings. During Red and Blue Week of 2003 art students decorated the sidewalks of the Circle with their drawings. Sophomore Whitney Jennings dances in the University of Mississippi Theater Department ' s production of Chicago. The play ran in October and was a huge success. Above: Four Ole Miss fans showed support for wide receiver Mike Espy, a sophomore from Madison, Miss., by spelling out his name on their shirts at the Ole Miss vs.Arkansas State homecoming game. Ole Miss won the game 55-0. Left: The Pat Green and Dierks Bentley concert brought lots of fans to the Grove on September 28th. mt MWM 1 1 • l f L f T | | | willing and eager to learn more Worldfest kicked off its fifth successful year with a flag parade that began with Argentina and ended with Yemen. It also brought many diverse performances to the Grove stage. The J.D.Williams Library is home to numerous special collections, including the Rowan Oak Papers and the James Howard Meredith . A group of students observed the second anniversary of the Sept. I I tragedies during a ceremony on the porch of the Croft Institute for International Studies. During the ceremonies they lit candles in remembrance of the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium at sunrise. pay close attention, especially to the details campus life Section editor: Nathan Geddie Section assistant: Willette Thomas H-|di Welcome Week gave students an opportunity to make some money. If they won certain games, like this one in which students tied buckets around their waists and attempted to use their hips to get the tennis ball inside of the bucket, they got to go in the Blizzard-o-Bucks machine and grab as much money as possible. exhibit great independence in thought and action while embracing tradition and change by Willette Y.Thomas From unloading the car on move-in day as a freshman to packing up everything for graduation as a senior, campus life is the creme-filled center to the college experience. Campus life is everything from concerts in the Grove during Welcome Week to enjoying food and entertainment during the Double Decker Arts Festival. Friendships are gained from visits at the oxygen bar during Homecoming Week and strengthened through adventurous road trips. Traditions are dear to our hearts as students. From buying a fresh baked pizza roll or chicken-on-a-stick at two o ' clock in the morning to getting the best view of the Walk of Champions at the Red and Blue game, these are things to look forward to. Graving is one tradition that no one can pass up. Setting up a tent at five in the morning is well worth the work when you ' re able to eat Abner ' s chicken strips with family and friends. Nothing beats traditions. Students can venture around the Square or take part in a night at Hooligans. But campus life is more than the university area. By taking time out of their busy schedules to volunteer services and hold jobs, students become more than just faces in the crowd to the Oxford community. Every student leaves the University with an experience, a memory or a unique story to tell. That is why your Ole Miss experience is like no other. campus life 1? Many activities were provided by the Student Programming Board in front of the Union, including the inflatable obstacle course. Local band Absylom Rising performed an unplugged performance in front of the Union as a part of the Red Blue Week festivities. r lo| student lift- by Ricki Renick Red and Blue Week is one of the most anticipated events of the spring semester. It seems that with the lack of football games, rush, fraternity parties and groving that are prevalent during the fall semester, the spring semester gets dragged down with the monotony of homework and rigorous school activities. Luckily for students the Student Programming Board is always on top of things and knows each spring semester we need some time just to kick back on campus and have a little fun. To kick the week off in high gear the programming board scheduled three bands, The Robert Randolph and the Family Band, The North Mississippi All-Stars and Kudzu Kings, to play in the Grove on Sunday, March 23. They also had many other great activities planned throughout the week such as the drunk driving simulator, virtual NASCAR racing, the rock wall climb, a bungee run and gladiator joust. When Sa turday finally came, the Red vs. Blue game was not the only thing that was going on. The Ole Miss baseball team was also squaring up against their biggest rival, the Mississippi State Bulldogs. After a long and hot baseball game, most of the fans hurried over to the football game at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium where Eli Manning led Blue to a 49-7 win over Red. As everyone sat in the stands and watched Eli complete 14 out of 20 passes covering 233 total yards, they were geared up for the 2003 football season. Red and Blue Week 2003 kicked off with Spring Fest and ended with the traditional Ole Miss vs. Ole Miss football game. red blue w eek 17 Before touring with Jewel and Train, former Ole Miss student Josh Kelley stopped off in Oxford to give a performance at the eighth annual Double Decker Arts Festival. by Robin Freeman The 2004 Double Decker Festival featured a lineup of talented musicians with rising new star and Ole Miss alumnus Josh Kelley headlining. Double Decker, now in its eighth year, has been a highlight in the community, always occurring on the last weekend in April. The day starts off with the Chamber of Commerce 10K run and 5K walk and ends with an evening of good food and music. After you start your day out with a run, catch a ride on the double-decker bus that runs through Oxford and the Ole Miss campus. Imported from England in 1994, it is how the festival got its name. Local artists and vendors bring their art to display and sell during the 12-hour festival. The sidewalks and streets are lined with booths and carts full of pottery, paintings, crafts and food, ready to appeal to just about anyone. Local restaurants set up booths to sell food, and shops on the Square open their doors and set up displays on the sidewalk making all of Oxford ' s finest accessible. The balconies that overlook the Square will begin to fill up as the day goes on. Once the night hits, they are full. Regular Double Decker attendees know that is the best places to be when the evening music begins. Musical performances that include all forms of music from bluegrass to jazz were heard on the two stages set up on the Courthouse Square. On the north end of the Square was the Budweiser stage and on the south end, the Coca-Cola stage. One of the more anticipated performances was by Josh Kelley. Before making it in the recording industry with a top 15 single, " Amazing, " Kelley was a student at Ole Miss and a member of the men ' s golf team. During his time at Ole Miss, he started recording his music on his computer at home. He put his songs on Napster to begin gaining recognition. He then sent his songs to Eric dinger, a representative for A R Records. Kelley signed with Hollywood Records in 2002 and began recording at the studio of John Alagia, who produced such artists as John Mayer and The Dave Matthews Band. Kelley ' s debut album, For the Ride Home, was released in 2003. Kelley found time from his touring with bands like, Third Eye Blind and Dave Matthews Band, and interviewing with Conan O ' Brien, to come home to Oxford and play. Recently, Kelley was asked if he had plans on returning to Oxford. " I ' d love to, " Kelley said. " As soon as I get some free time I ' m going to call up some of the local places and see about arranging some solo acoustic acts. " This year Double Decker proved to be, once again, a day full of enjoyment for people of all ages, and it still remains one of Oxford ' s best traditions. rocking th QUQfQ Josh Kelley gets the Oxford crowd asking for more with his hit single Amazing. look of me °World by Lindsay Nash| While the Ole Miss Grove has long-set Southern traditions of playing host to tailgating, concerts and beautiful afternoon picnics, it was also home to the fifth annual WorldFest, attracting international students, faculty and local residents to display their cultures. WorldFest 2003, presented by the Office of International Programming and sponsored by the Croft Institute for International Studies and the Ole Miss Parents Association, represented more than 70 different cultures through song, dance, food and games. The April 15 event kicked off with a procession of flags from more than 70 countries, beginning with Argentina and | ending with Yemen, followed by WorldGames and WorldStage. The games included more than 15 international sports and games. Newly hired basketball coach Carol Ross opened the games with sports ranging from soccer, badminton and croquet, to lesser-known activities such as cricket and ratanball. WorldStage showcased cultural songs, dances, performances and fashion shows. The Ole Miss Steel Drum Ensemble and Seven Plague Prophecy performed popular songs, and 8-year-old Sukanya Sapre from Oxford performed a contemporary Indian dance. Charles Washington, a sophomore from Oxford, attended ' WorldFest to learn more about a culture different from his own. " Ole Miss has such a large international student population land I feel that we normally do not interact that much, " |washington said. " This gives us the chance. " Between WorldGames and WorldStage, a food festival was Iheld featuring various native foods prepared by faculty and students. The food festival included everything from sticky rice |from Laos to sushi from Japan. Mounirah Alazeib, a graduate student from Yemen, [volunteered to write students ' names in Arabic. " I went out jthere to mix with different cultures and learn more about Ithem, " said Alazeib, who has only been in the United States |since January. " I wanted to get out and meet new people. " With over 1,000 people in attendance, WorldFest 2003 ' successfully showcased the atmosphere of diversity that is Ivalued at Ole Miss. Through dance and fashion, many students showed their cultural traditions. To begin the WorldFest activities, children paraded flags from around the world down the Walk of Champions. worldfestl 21 JL ■.a With a star studded Erft 1 L - H 1 audience, Ole Miss w ■ ' C K 1 students preform a 1 ' 1 scene from West Side 1 Hfik Ql ' 1 Story as a part of 1 T 41 K their Showstoppers 1 ■ 1 routine. J 1 1 Senior music fa V I education major Sean ? yg ML Sykes performs a fl rw part in a Gershwin r II " medley. Pfc li " _ k Actor Gerald -— r- IC VMM fcydT " McRaney. best known ■ ■r - m k " s - for his role in " Major k yr . ' Dad. " performs a f - piece from Tennessee J F Williams ' The Glass E_i .Ji 1 ' r J Menagerie. p , photos by Robin Freema celebrating the arts and entertainment With the opening of the Gertrude Ford Center for Performing Arts came one of the biggest parties in Ole Miss history. ZzlstueJent life by Nathan Geddie The opening of the state of the art Gertrude Castellow Ford Center for the Performing Arts came with a rather impressive attendee list to its inaugural gala. On March 29, 2003, the red carpet was rolled out at 100 University Avenue for a grand opening comparing to no other on the Ole Miss campus. Such stars as Morgan Freeman, Broadway star Laurie Gaily Stephenson and actor Gerald McRaney graced the audience with their talent. Along with the big Hollywood names, Ole Miss performers brought the crowd out of their seats. Ole Miss singing groups Blue Ten Harmony and Perfect Fourth sang. Perfect Fourth sang a medley from O Brother, Where Art Thou?. Showstopers, another Ole Miss performing group, stole the stage with their rendition of a scene from IVesr Side Story. Ole Miss alum Sam Haskel was the executive producer of the inaugural gala. Actor Freeman was the Master of Ceremonies. Although Freeman has stared in a number of movies and been nominated for three Academy Awards, Freeman was nervous about hosting the event. With the new performing arts center opening its doors, many new opportunities were created for Ole Miss students to show their talent and bring more talent to the Ole Miss campus. The 88,000 square foot multi-event hall which seats approximately 1,200 patrons was designed for a variety of performances from lecture and small chamber music to full scale symphonic performances. The building offers state of the art computer controlled theatrical lighting systems, a fully operational orchestra pit and lift to accommodate 50 musicians and 2,800 square foot rehearsal or reception hall room. The center was funded through the Gertude C. Ford Foundation and the Mississippi Legislature. In order to begin the first phase of construction in May 2000, a $20 million gift was given to Ole Miss by the Jackson based Gertude C. Ford Foundation in 1998. The Mississippi Legislature also donated $10 million for the facility and $500,000 for the planning of the rather large project. Subsequent gifts from the Ford Foundation enabled the University to purchase the land that the building sits on and the 500 plus parking spaces beside it. Being completed in December 2002, the Ford Center helps create a bond with the University of Mississippi and the public through the performing arts. CQDS Welcome to the red world! Gowns Graduation opens doors to new opportunities and ends a chapter in each graduate ' s life. With each new graduate comes rising questions about jobs, relationships and the future in general. This year ' s graduates are no exception. 2+lstudenJ lif photoi by Robin Freeman I come here today with 01 specific message, and thaj to say to you who are receiving your diplomas tl as you achieve this significant milestone, I ho| you will remember how y got here and, more than what your obligation There is not a single regardlejs four age or (on in life or where w« it came from, who did not arrive on the back of soi aren Welcome Week Making a o in the Grove To conclude the Welcome Week festivities, Rumble in the Grove attracted a record number of people to one of the best performer lineups in the event ' s history, bringing such performers as Jason Mraz and Nappy Roots. by Robin Freeman During the first week of school, the Student Programming Board puts on Welcome Week. After new students (and returning ones) settle in, they are given an opportunity to participate in activities at the Union. On Sunday, August 17, 2003, the first Battle of the Bands was held in the Grove. Various bands performed in a contest to win the chance to open up for Jason Mraz and Nappy Roots during Rumble in the Grove. The battle proved to be a great success, with the band Rhymes with Orange winning. It brought students, alumni, families, faculty and others together for a taste of local music. People came out, threw down blankets and set up chairs, brought food and coolers full of drinks and made an evening of the concerts. A group of local, North Mississippi guys made up the winning band, Rhymes with Orange. Lead singer Steve Sudduth met guitar player Sky Shelton over Christmas break 2002, and the rest is history. The chemistry between them musically prompted the start of a band. From there they brought in drummer Mark Word. Two Ole Miss students, Cole Russell and Clay Lezon rounded out the group, which still had no name. The name that was decided on, Rhymes with Orange, makes sense when you think of their music. There is no word that rhymes with orange, and there is nothing out there like their music. The R B and funk groove of their music make it danceable but not definable to a specific genre. That combination obviously won over the attendants of the Battle of the Bands. Fans were given another chance to see Rhymes with Orange when they returned a few weeks later to play at The Blue Marlin. After the week kicked off with the Battle of the Bands, students were given the opportunity to join different organizations around the school. The always-popular poster sale was set up outside the Union offering students hundreds of choices for their new homes and dorm rooms. A rock climbing wall, t-shirt sale and an organization fair were only a few of the many activities from that week. The activities were designed to give students a chance to meet new people and relax from the stresses of moving in. The organization fair allowed for students to learn about groups on campus that appeal to their specific interests. The S. Gale Denley Student Media Center, College Republicans, the Black Student Union and ROTC were a few of the dozens of organizations that set up in the Circle this year. Rumble in the Grove made for a great first Friday night back in school. People came from all over making this a great success for the University. Groups including Nappy Roots, Jason Mraz and Sondre Lerche played. Rhymes with Orange opened the evening, and fans appreciated the free concert that featured up and coming star, Jason Mraz. Z lstudenl life Pop singer Jason Mraz makes the women go wild with his hit single The Remedy. u (continued from p. 26) Born in Mechanicsville, Va., Mraz grew up wanting to be in music. After a brief period in New York he headed out to California. Mraz, who is best known for his single, Remedy, teamed up with drummer Toca Rivera while playing coffee shops in San Diego. Rivera ' s unique style of playing has helped to individualize Mraz ' s live performances. His album, Waiting For My Rocket to Come, has won him chances to appear on MTV ' s Total Request Live and on various episodes of VHl ' s Love the VO ' s. Opportunity knocked, and Mraz answered when he was given the chance to open for his idol and fellow Virginia native, Dave Matthews. Mraz also has shared venues with musicians such as Bob Dylan. After the excitement of Rumble in the Grove, the week ended with SPB and the Black Student Union jointly sponsoring a Union Blowout with free food and games. The ever-popular jousting game and inflatable obstacle course were there for student ' s enjoyment. This year a casino was set up and an oxygen bar was made available. Welcome Week proved to once again be a success and a good way to ease a student back into school. Welcome Week Freshman pre-nursing major Karen Fillinger competed for a chance to grab money in the Blizzard-o-Bucks machine by trying to eat a cream pie the fastest. The drummer for Michael Tolcher rocks the wild Rumble in the Grove. Tolcher was a last minute addition to the lineup. Kentucky rap group Nappy Roots got the Grove hopping with one of their top singles AwNaww during Welcome Week ' s last event. Top Left Junior Shamara McCreney also competed for a chance to grab money in the Blizzard-o-Bucks by drinking prune juice from a baby bottle. Bottom Left Michael Tolcher gets the crowd pumped before Norwegian singer Sondre Lerche takes the stage at Rumble in the Grove. welcome wee xk l9 fc Ventress Hall Constructed on the Ole Miss campus in 1889 and now the home of the College of Liberal Arts, Ventress Hall has become one of the oldest buildings on campus and one of the most picturesque. Over the years, the Ventress Hall staircase has become a place for many people to sign their names. Still visible today, the staircase holds signatures dating back to the early 1900s. Confederate Cemetery Unknown by many people, the Confederate cemetery lies behind the Tad Smith Coliseum. The cemetery, which consists of one large tombstone, is centered in a large open area surrounded by a small rock wall. The tombstone is a memorial for the more than 700 Union and Confederate soldiers that died on the University of Mississippi ' s cam- pus when the campus was used as a war hospital from 1863 to 1865. of the past The University of Mississippi has a rich history, some good and some bad, that dates back to when the University first opened in 1848 as the flagship university in the state. Since then, the University has grown from an enrollment of 81 students to its highest enrollment of 14,500. What about the name Ole Miss? The nickname Ole Miss was gradually adopted from the original name of the yearbook, The Ole Miss. Elma Meek submitted the name in 1887 as part of a student contest to name the yearbook. Although Ole Miss has changed over its 156-year history, it still carries landmarks of the past that few people know about. H " DEAD HOUSE Originally built for u as magnetic observatt Used as Confederate morgae after Battle of Shiloh April, 1862, Also use by Gen. U S. Grant in fall of 1862 and later by fore • % The Dead House The " Dead House " was on a piece of property that Farley Hall is currently built on. Built in 1860 as a part of Chancellor Barnard ' s plan, it was intended to be a magnetic observatory to study terrestrial magnetism and meteorology. Due to the Civil War when the University was used as a hospital, the Magnetic Observatory became a morgue. The building then became known as the " Dead House " until its destruction in the 1940s. phoioi by Meredith Sper landmarks of the p ast pi With an outstanding 55-poil Sin by the Ole Miss Rebels over the Arkansas State ndians, Homecoming Week 2003 was ended with celebration. by Willette Thomas April Hemphill Homecoming Week is a time when students enjoy what has become home and alumni return to what ' s been home. Homecoming brings everyone together, young and old, to enjoy the new and remember the old. This year ' s theme was " Get Your Grove On! " Campus Programming and the Student Alumni Council sponsored Homecoming Week. The theme encompasses the good times at the University and the Grove. The week was filled with fun and exciting activities. The week began with a performance at Fulton Chapel by comedians the RJE Urban Comedy Tour. The days to follow included everything from mechanical bull riding, Zap Attack Laser Tag, boutique sales and a silent auction. Musical entertainment during the Union Unplugged series included Jeff Johnson and the UM Gospel Choir. An alumni awards day ceremony and reception took place at the Ford Center. The homecoming parade and pep rally on the square is a highlight of the week. The Student Programming Board organized the parade. Different groups participate within the University and Oxford community. The NPHC sponsored a Step Show in the Ford Center. All of the historically black fraternities and sororities on the campus participated. And then there ' s the big game! We all come together to cheer our team to victory, to watch the Pride of the South Marching Band and to see the new Homecoming Court. At the end of the week, after the parties, fun and games, it ' s time for the " Good-byes " and the " See ya laters ' s " until next year, when we come home again. Zap Attack Laser Tag in front of the Union allowed students to take a trip back to their childhood. The homecoming parade brought the Ole Miss and the Oxford community to celebrate. te| stu dent life mp Jfg iRl ■ B -a -• X i ! iL r ■ ■« " HflL PI Haley McCay Ole Miss rebelette Amy Holmes marches along with the band at the homecoming parade. Members of the Ole Miss organization Steps to Success represent their organization at the homecoming parade. This year in front of the Union, students had the opportunity to ride a mehanical bull. ning|v Walking to class, sophomore international studies major Twaun Samuel from Gulfport, Miss., uses his cell phone to discuss dinner plans with friends. Although cell phones are used just about everyday by college students, they come in handy during exciting situations. On Greek bid day, this rushee was cal ing everyone to te them the good news Vflsrudrnt lil Can you hear me In today ' s world, just about everyone owns a cellular telephone. With the ever-growing technology industry, cell phones have turned into gadgets that can do a large number of things. With a busy schedule, senior Joel Moore from Jackson, Miss, uses his cell phone to help manage his time between many campus organizations. by Nicklaus Simpson Teachers hate them, students love them and some people just don ' t understand what all the hype is about. Whatever your views on them are, cell phones have come a long way since the bag-phones of the ' 80s. Over the last few years, the usage of cell phones has skyrocketed beyond anyone ' s wildest beliefs. Whether they are used for safety, emergency reasons or to simply talk to friends, just about all Ole Miss students have a cell phone for one reason or another. " I have my cell phone for convenience mainly, " said Jacquelyn Lee, a senior social work and psychology major from Hattiesburg, Miss. " This way, I can have the same phone number throughout college, and my family knows that they can always reach me. " It is often hard for students to get everything done in our fast-moving society. Many feel that cell phones allow them to make calls and keep in touch while on the move. " Really I think cell phones can get annoying, but with so much on my plate on any given day, having a cell phone seems like a must, " said senior Elizabeth Leisure, a marketing communications major from Madisonville, Ky. It seems cell phones really have become a college pre-req for various reasons. Eric Coleman, a senior exercise science major from Cottontown, Tenn., said his cell phone was his only phone. Due to the rising prices of long distance and the competitive, tailored packages that cell phone companies are now offering, many students are disconnecting landlines in favor of cell phones. Despite their popularity among students, not all teachers are so keen on the idea of students being constantly on call. Many teachers echo the sentiments of Randy Burnside, professor of political science; he feels that students should be conscientious when they bring their cell phones to class. " I don ' t hate cell phones, and I know they are useful, but they can be a distraction, " Burnside said. " Whenever one goes off, it distracts the instructor and the students. After the disruption, it takes about five minutes for everyone to get focused. That is a long time if you are in a 50- minute class. " Even students who are frequent cell phone users feel that there is a time and a place for talking on the phone. Heather Farr, a senior art history major from Columbus, Ga., said that she thinks it is rude when students talk on their phones during class or in public. " My cell phone is attached to my ear, but when you are in class - pu t it on silent. It is very disrespectful to the teacher and other students, " Farr said. " There is a time for talking on the phone, and it takes away from the friendly atmosphere at Ole Miss when everyone is too involved on the phone to say ' hey ' when you pass them. " Farr said that she has seen students answer their phones in class. No matter what your feelings are on cell phones, they have become a fixture in our lifestyle, and there is no relief in sight. So next time you walk out of class, tell your friends hello before you check your messages. i by Meredith Spen 55 o e Miss ightlife Goodfimpc With the changing of Oxford ' s M _ _ ■ nightlife, it ' s become safer, and H r W nnnd times are still to he had. good times are still to be had. For students who wanted an alternative to going out on the Square to have fun, the Student Programming Board sponsored Union Blowouts during the year. In October, these two students were dancing in Southern Breeze during a Union Blowout. Not all nightlife has to have alcohol involved. Many events are scheduled that students can enjoy themselves at, such as the Friday Night Movie sponsored by Student Housing. by Nathan Geddie Whether it ' s going out on the Square or just crashing at home with a couple of friends and watching a movie, nightlife is where many students have the most fun in college. Nightlife consists of making new friends and hanging out with old ones. Although overall much the same, nightlife for the younger Ole Miss students changed considerably in 2003. With the death of Laura Treppendahl in February 2003, the bar scene was put under heavy surveillance by law enforcement. Because an underage drunk driver killed Treppendahl, pressure was placed on law enforcement by parents, citizens, school administration and students to take control of the situation in order to save lives. For the under 21 crowd, the increased security made it much harder to drink, therefore decreasing the income of under 21 bars. According to some, Oxford went through a " bar crisis. " Soon after the tragedy, the ABC began working with many bar owners and staff, training them to recognize fake IDs. Although the more people in a bar means more cash flow, many owners believed money was not enough of an incentive to compromise customer safety. At the beginning of 2002, four major bars controlled the business of the under 21 crowd and they were usually packed on Thursday and Friday nights. Many " underagers " had to change their definition of going out. Going out meant apartment hopping or just hanging out at home. The Ole Miss Student Programming board created a new night for college students to participate. The first Union Blowout was a success, therefore others were planned for the rest of the year. During Union Blowouts, students were able to participate in a number of non-alcoholic activities such as casino games and oxygen bars. Masseuses and make-up artists were brought in to give students a little glamour. Even though most of the bars are 21 and up, bars are still very popular. From the low-key atmospheres of Parrish ' s Bar to the up-beat crowd of The Burgundy Room, the bars on the Square are packed every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. For the under 21, Night Town, formally the Billiards Club, keeps their dance floors open to all. Despite it all, Oxford is still a partying town. On the Square in Oxford you can find many restaurants and bars for college students to hang-out. Senior tourism major Wesley Carter, senior theater major Kelly Barry and senior art major Lee Carmichael have a few drinks at The Burgundy Room located above Old Venice Pizza Co. ■ H ■fe ► ■ oxford night life n ,■ Best known for its original restaurant and bar in New Orleans, Pat O ' Brien ' s, located on Beale St.. exudes an ambiance of the old French Quarter in the heart of downtown Memphis. Their motto: " Have Fun " Home of the Memphis in May International Music Festival. Tom Lee Park, located on the bank of the Mississippi River, provides visitors a great place to view the skyline of Memphis. Many Ole Miss students venture to the Pyramid arena to see their favorite celebrities perform. 55 student life o e Miss)ightlife With only an hour and a half to drive, endless fun awaits in Memphis. The historic Orpheum Theater located in downtown Memphis showcases many award winning Broadway plays and musicals. by Nathan Geddie It has a little feel of New Orleans. It ' s got the big city atmosphere. And best of all, it ' s just over an hour away from Oxford. It ' s Memphis. Best known nationally as the home of Elvis, Ole Miss students see the city as a great escape from small town Mississippi. Malls, such as Wolfchase and Peabody Place, make Memphis a great shopping destination. Oxford provides many chic stores, but in Memphis, national chains are plentiful. The Pyramid arena in Memphis brings hit performers from around the world. In the summer of 2003, the Dixie Chicks performed with Michelle Branch, and bringing the most coverage was the Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake Stripped and Justified concert. In November 2003, Matchbox Twenty also performed in the Pyramid. Also bringing hit performances is the Orpheum Theater. The Orpheum showcased such plays as The Lion King and singer Norah Jones. Of course, most Ole Miss students hit the famous Beale Street for the nightlife. It features such places as Pat O ' Brien ' s and B.B. King ' s Blues club. Beale St. is known for being the birthplace of Rock n ' Roll and the home of the Blues. Many Ole Miss students visit Beale St. ' s famous clubs and Blues bars to add a little change of scenery to the Oxford bar scene. memphis night life V 0. , The moments before the rose ceremony on The Bachelor are tense. Reality television opens other people ' s lives up to the world. Viewers feel as if they are right there in the moment. +olshjdent life eality check i by Meredith Spencer Glued to the television, this group of girls convene every Wednesday night at each other ' s homes to have a supper club and watch ABC ' s The Bachelor. " Watching The Bachelor is a great way for all of our friends to get together each week and spend time together, " senior fashion merchandising major Lori Gaither said. The show isn ' t everything, the girls each bring a dish to the party and they have dinner before the show starts. The reality television phenomonon hits the nation and Ole Miss students are ready and willing to grab every minute of it. by Ricki Renick Reality TV has hit the primetime. Everyone from kids to grandparents are hooked on reality television. Shows such as Survivor, Rich Girls, Real World, Joe Schmo and The Bachelor are among the top watched shows. College students are not excluded from the world wide frenzy of reality television, it may actually be hitting them harder than anyone. Watching television was once an activity that people did alone. Reality television has changed that. Groups all over Ole Miss are coming together at night to sit in front of the tube and sit glued to the television for an hour to watch a group of money hungry individuals battle it out for the grand prize, whatever it may be. Participants in these shows seem like they will do anything to get a little easy cash. They do things from eating gross animal parts, to traveling around the country to compete in challenges, to trying to get a man to fall in love with them. These things apparently are appealing to tons of people. Whitney Gentry is a senior from Tupelo and she and her friends all gather weekly to watch The Bachelor, Joe Schmo and their new favorite Rich Girls. She said she thought a lot of people were hooked to reality television because it is intriguing to see how ridiculous people will act for money and 15 minutes of fame. Reality television is not the least bit educational nor is it going to help students find jobs after college, but regardless, it has become a big part of college life. These weekly shows have provided students with just one more reason to get together with friends and hang out. realitti tv +1 NOT YOUR KnUlU 3 HOW Thacker Mountain Radio brings crowds to Off Square Books every Thursday night with its interesting flare of literature and music. by Robin Freeman Thacker Mountain is a gathering of local musicians and authors who draw a crowd of over 150 people into Off Square Books, a local bookstore located on Van Buren Avenue that sells discounted, used and hard to find books. Every Thursday evening at 5:30, Oxford locals and Ole Miss students know where to go to hear an hour-long show of live music and literary readings with that special Southern twist. Thacker Mountain Radio Show, in its fifth season, is going stronger than ever, with a packed venue every week and more dedicated listeners who tune into BullsEye 95.5 to hear what is going on. Over the course of time, Thacker Mountain grew to be a huge success and drew in musicians such as the Taylor Grocery Band and North Mississippi All Stars. Oxford resident and DJ, Jim Dees, host this live show. Tickets aren ' t sold and nothing fancy is put out to impress. Concert goers don ' t need to be impressed. They are there for the music and the good time that is sure to be had. Wooden folding chairs and old wooden pews are lined up as you walk into Off Square Books, and it is a first come first serve kind of thing. There is often only standing room by the time the show starts at 5:30. Caroline Herring and Bryan Ledford, two members of Sincere Ramblers, started Thacker Mountain. They served as the house band for the first two and a half years until Herring and Ledford moved on to do other things. The Circuit Riders came along and served as the house band until the Taylor Grocery Band took the title. The Taylor Grocery Band now serves as the Thacker Mountain house band, opening and closing each week ' s show. The Taylor Grocery Band, named for the place it started performing, Taylor Grocery, is made of five musicians who excel in their respective instruments; Ed Dye, Ted Gainey, Cary Hudson, Tommy Bryan Ledford and Justin Showah. The sound of the band comes from the bluegrass inspired songs that boast the sounds of the dobro, harmonica, banjo and mandolin. There is no one type of person who comes to the Thacker Mountain Radio Show; it is simply a gathering of people who appreciate music. The appeal of Thacker Mountain hasn ' t stopped in Oxford. Recently, Southern Living did an article on Thacker Mountain, saying that it is no surprise that Thacker Mountain scores high marks in Oxford. Oxford is a town of literary greats such as William Faulkner, Willie Morris and Larry Brown. This past fall season, the special guests included Dick Waterman telling his stories of being a photographer. There was a special reading of, " The Stories from the Blue Moon Cafe II, " as well as Larry Watson reading from one of his books. As long as there are people who appreciate music, the Thacker Mountain Radio Show is here to stay. 40 SQU Taylor Grocery Band creates a sound of its own with the use of interesting instruments and singing. +l student life ■ t " ■» ' M Igm • Packing its Off Square Books location, Thacker Mountain Radio proves to be a treasure Oxford residents can be proud of. thacker mountain radiol+ ' i With the Turner Center located on campus, Ole Miss students have a great opportunity to keep their body in shape. by Nathan Geddie Students balance their college life between classes, organizations and best of all, friends and the nightlife of college. But to stay healthy and " in shape, " many students exercise to burn off those unneeded calories and to build muscles. Though there are other area gyms and students power walking or running through the campus at all times of the day, the Turner Center is the most popular place for students to work out in Oxford. Whether it is swimming, running on the treadmill or playing racquet ball, many are motivated to exercise for the same reason, to get in shape. " What motivates me to exercise is the desire to stay fit and healthy, and exercising gives a certain energy for the rest of the day, " said Amanda Proctor, a sophomore mathematics major from Brandon, Miss. Often, freshmen, conscious about their weight, run to the gym when they arrive at college to make sure they don ' t gain the infamous " Freshman 15. " The freshman 15 are those 15 or so pounds that the college newcomers gain. College life can include many unhealthy activities, such as eating at the Chevron at one in the morning or drinking on the Square. Without exercise, these activites can contribute to your weight. Also promoting healty campus outside activity is the Ole Miss Outdoors. The adventurous organization prepares trips for student participants. In March 2003, students embarked on a journey to the Texas Hill Country. While in the Lone Star State, students kayaked the Guadalupe River in Gruene, Texas, and climbed various rock formations. Ole Miss offers great opportunities for physical activity. Although Oxford has numerous restaurants with good Southern food, the gyms are increasingly busy with those who want to make sure they don ' t gain the extra pounds. •1 -i Istudenl life Stretching before exercising is a must. Freshman exercise science major Jocelyn Russell stretches before working out. working out -fS ailgating Nationally known for one of the best tailgating parties, the Grove is one of Ole Miss ' most prized traditions. It offers the chance for Ole Miss alumni, students and fans to support and celebrate the Rebels. v inj 1 S§§ ■ J ■ ' ■ ' ' $■• , r Ait Before and after the Rebels play, the Grove offers a place for the young and old to have fun. As a tradition, Colonel Reb walks around the Grove visiting with fans, even stopping to pose for pictures. Best of all, graving food satisfies the hunger of all the Rebel fans. Dedicated fans indulge in everything from catered meals to hamburgers and hot dogs right off the grill. 1 For many, grilling in the Grove is a tradition at every game. The Grove after a night football game glows from the candles and grills in each tent. Some dedicated Grove visitors go as far as to hang chandeliers and other light fixtures from their tents. J D With the popularity of file sharing programs, students living on campus caused the bandwidth of university computers to vanish. by Palmer Houchins Today ' s college students are knee-deep in the Information Age. In fact, the current generation of college students has rightly been coined the Internet Generation. The average college freshman has in all likelihood spent more time pecking away at an instant message than chirping into a telephone. From sappy chain letters to online gaming to the trendy web journals known as blogs, seemingly every college student has found some niche online. To those in the Internet Generation terms like MP3 and Napster have overtaken old guard phrases like cassette tape and boom box. In large part, those phrases have risen to the forefront because of the music revolution that has taken place online. Toward the end of the last decade, software emerged that allowed users to gain free access to loads of music in the digital MP3 format. Many rejoiced at this cost-efficient way to circumvent expensive prices at music stores, while others shouted piracy and copyright infringing, claiming that this breached the law. At the head of this uprising was the aforementioned Napster. Programs like it began to flourish on college campuses because of the fast Ethernet access that was wired into virtually every university. As rapidly as the giant had risen, lawsuits have forced it to crumble. The current generation of web-savvy students look upon Napster as just another forgotten fad, something not unlike Vanilla Ice or slap bracelets. While many regard the demise of the Internet ' s first widely popular free file sharing program as the end of an era of sorts, others view it as merely another step in the evolution of how we obtain our music. In its place have come arrays of other programs, like Grokster, BearShare and the hugely popular KaZaa. And students, even at Ole Miss, are not hesitating to make full use of their features. " I have pretty much been downloading +5 student life since you could first start doing it, " freshman Clayton James said. James and others like him see the realm of file sharing as a way to filter the good from the bad. " I enjoy KaZaa because I can download certain songs that I like without having to purchase the CD first. If I end up liking the songs, then I will get the CD, " said freshman Wes Lawrence. " I think of Kazaa like the previews in the theaters. If I like what I hear, I will go out and buy it. " The reported tens of millions who download music using these programs would seem to share the same thoughts as Lawrence and James. However, the music industry has made its position on the matter clear. At the end of the summer of 2003, the Recording Industry of America subpoenaed over a thousand file sharers, ranging from teenage kids to college students to adult parents. Undoubtedly, this swift, direct action has caused more than just a few downloaders to reconsider their ways. " I used to download because it ' s cheaper than buying a CD. Then you can choose only the songs you like. I don ' t do it anymore, though. It ' s just too risky now, " grad student Cintia Furtado said. While none of those subpoenas or the ones that have been steadily issued since then have made their way to Ole Miss users, the University has still taken measures to discourage downloading on its own network. Last year, software was installed to take away bandwidth from file sharing programs. Despite these deterrents, students continue to use the broadband network for their downloading pleasure. " I think what the school has put in place has affected the speed you can download. But it has gotten a lot faster and easier since the beginning of the year, so it hasn ' t made me stop downloading, " James said. On top of the bandwidth regulation, the school has guarded against online piracy by administering its appropriate use policy. Students who are caught obtaining copyrighted material illegally online have their IP address disabled and are required to meet with a rules committee. Students are then asked to abide by that policy or face disciplinary action. Perhaps the biggest change seen in music downloading this year has been the popularity of pay-per-song sites like Apple ' s iTunes Music Store. Users are required to pay a fee that is generally around $.99 per song. A number of students have switched to this completely legal, but still affordable method. " I have come to realize that artists need our support. I have been using iTunes now for six months, and I have no problem paying for the songs I download. The feeling of paying for a song is a lot more rewarding than pirating one, " freshman Patrick Addison said. The moral choice - whether it is right or wrong - is another that weighs heavily on the file sharers mind. There is essentially no shaking free of the fact that downloading these songs qualifies as copyright infringement. But many believe that the bigger, more established artists have enough money as it is, and the exposure helps establish the young up-and-coming acts. " I think that most of the stuff I download is mainstream stuff, so the artists aren ' t really hurt that much. Whenever I download local stuff that I like, I make an effort to buy the CD, too, " James said. Other students side with the record industry, which claims online file sharing has had a large part in causing CD sales to drop by 25 percent since 1999. " It is wrong, just like it is wrong to record a movie or a show you enjoy from TV. It hurts artists ' pockets, but you have got to consider that it is 2003. The economy is not all that good, and the times are changing, " Furtado said. A deep exploration of the moral nature of downloading seems to only fall further into a gray area. However, one thing is for sure: online downloading is here to stay, at least in one form or another. Like most Ole Miss students living on campus, sophomore business finance major Daniel McFatter from Port Gibson. Miss.. often downloads music and movies. Because of this trend. University administration has had to attempt to control the amount of bandwidth lost to file sharing programs. I t ■ ' 3Sm Opposing. In 2003, the question of whether or not to keep Colonel Reb created tensions among Ole Miss students, alumni and fans. by Martin Bartlett Ole Miss twice found itself in a familiar position in 2003: at the center of controversy. The on-again off-again attempts to replace Colonel Reb on the sidelines at school-sponsored athletic events and the impeachment attempt and eventual resignation of Associated Student President Hardy Case both made headlines around the country. In mid-October, word started to spread that a faction of ASB senators were preparing to ask Hardy Case to resign his post as president. To nobody ' s surprise, Case positioned himself against the attempted ouster and refused to resign. The Ole Vews Miss student government was on a collision course and nobody knew exactly how it would play out. While Case had his fair share of critics before leaving office, an impeachment attempt didn ' t gain much traction before the Ole Miss-Texas Tech football game when it was reported that Case stormed through the Grove turning over tables at tents from Jackson and Greenville. Once those allegations surfaced, the " Case Against Case " - as The Daily Mississippian dubbed it - started to take shape. A few weeks after the game, about two dozen ASB senators signed a petition formally asking Case to resign. When he said he had no plans of leaving office, a half-dozen of Case ' s cabinet members said they ' d quit in protest. Many of them cited " ethical reasons " for their departure. In one of its regular meetings, the Senate even went so far as to pass a resolution of " no confidence " in Case. Following the no-confidence vote, some senators worked to start an official impeachment proceeding against Case. According to ASB rules, 20 percent of the student body would have to sign petitions calling for Case ' s removal before a trial could begin in the Senate. That trial might have lead to a forced removal. Adding to the uncertainty of the situation, the Senate had earlier in the semester declined to approve Case ' s nominee for attorney general. There was no one in place to officially guide the proceedings. However, Case nominated long-time ASB participant Ben Newton to serve as attorney general. Newton was allowed to preside over the verification of the signatures in the petition drive. Through it all, though, Case continued to assert his intention to remain ASB President. opposing vi ews 1 On Sept. 9, then ASB President Hardy Case initiated a campus wide opinion poll concerning Colonel Reb.The poll had the highest amount of student participation than any other vote on the Ole Miss Campus. After the poll ballets were collected, ASB officials began calculating the results from the 1 ,687 students who participated. With the suspicion of Ole Miss administrators tampering with the poll results, publisher of The New Standard Keith Sisson requested that a tamper proof seal be replaced on the ballets until they were counted. The NAACP ' s rally supported the administration ' s decision to do away with Colonel Reb as Ole Miss ' s athletic mascot to help the University move into the future without bringing past baggage along. (continued from p. 51) About a month after the alleged incident in the Grove and amid growing pressure, Case bowed out. On Oct. 28, Case held a press conference at 6:30 p.m. just before the Senate was set to meet at 7 p.m. The DM was contacted by an unidentified voice on the other end of the phone that told reporters to be at the Union for the " biggest news story " to hit Ole Miss in a while. A handful of senators were contacted and were present in I the Union Ballroom for the announcement. Case was joined by then-Vice President Alan Bean, then-President Pro Tempore Josh Combes and Brian Ferguson, leader of the Colonel Reb Foundation. It was announced that Case would resign as ASB President and assume a top executive post at the Foundation. Therefore, Bean would become president and Combes would become vice president. Case explained that he would be better able to serve the students of Ole Miss in his new capacity than as ASB President. Ferguson said Case ' s relationship with alums and his Greek affiliation would be assets in their bid to put Colonel Reb back on the sidelines at university athletic events. One of the chief complaints the Foundation had about the removal was that Colonel Reb ' s absence from the sidelines was announced only a few weeks after most students left Oxford for summer vacation. Athletics officials said they hoped to replace Colonel Reb with a more youthful, athletic on-field character. While Case got attention all over the SEC, the Colonel got attention all over America. On July 29, the Sports Information Department announced a nationwide contest to develop a new mascot that retained the " Rebels " persona. According to the press release, " The creator of the winning design will receive a $5,000 cash prize and two South Zone season tickets to all Rebel home football games for three years. " In the end, the University would never bestow that healthy prize on a lucky Rebel fan. They called off the mascot search saying none of the entries were satisfactory. So, they came up with their own. " Rowdy Rebel " and " Rebel Bruiser " were not the instant fan hits university officials had surely planned on them being. Newspapers around the state latched on to the out-of-control nature of the attempt to change Ole Miss ' s athletic mascot. In October, The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson said Ole Miss officials should go back to the drawing board and their efforts to change the mascot had " degenerated into a public relations fiasco that has divided students, fans and the general public. " Officials announced that students as well as some alumni and season ticket holders would get to vote on the design they favored at However, midway through the voting, they pulled the plug on the poll. Response was less than they had hoped, they said. The lackluster turn out for the online polling reiterated a point made in a Sept. 9 opinion poll spearheaded by the ASB and then-President Hardy Case. In the poll which was intended to articulate the student ' s Hardy Case opinion on the matter, 94 percent of the 1,687 who cast ballots in the poll voted to keep Colonel Reb as the on-field mascot for the University. The fireworks didn ' t end when the polls closed. Publishers of The New Standard were fearful that Ole Miss administrators might rig the vote. The Standard ' s Keith Sisson requested that he be allowed to place a tamper-evident seal on the ballot box. He was allowed and the ballot box was stored in a locked evidence room at UPD. When then-Interim Attorney General Marc Walker went to Kinard Hall to retrieve that box so the Elections Commission could start the count, Sisson accompanied. Once there, Sisson asked to see a log of who had accessed the room since the box had been inside. UPD couldn ' t provide him such a log until the next business day but assured Sisson that no one had been inside. Sisson was satisfied and followed Walker and the ballot box from Kinard to the Union and remained with the ballot box until it entered the room in which the counting was to take place. opposing vi ews Jh Every Thursday, members of the Ole Miss ROTC programs attend their daily activities in uniform, but it ' s not just about wearing the uniform. by Julie Wong What is it about a uniform that makes a person sit up a little straighter, stand a little taller and walk a little more confidently? It may be the patriotism that a person feels upon realization that he or she is representing the strong and powerful country, the United States of America. Or is it school spirit that surges in representing a " Great American Public University? " Or maybe, it ' s the pride that the person in uniform feels when he realizes that he is representing, most important of all, himself. Take all three reasons and understand why a person in uniform walks forward, with their head held high. On a typical Thursday, the Ole Miss campus sees the entire ROTC dressed sharply in their neatly pressed uniforms. Sitting next to us in class, strolling through the Grove, dining in the Union. Everywhere we look, we see the future leaders and representatives of our country ' s military proudly showing off their crisp uniforms. While other universities require their ROTC members to wear uniforms on different days, the University of Mississippi ROTC requires its service unit members to wear uniforms every Thursday. Since Ole Miss is the only school in the SEC West that has all four services, the University of Mississippi has the great opportunity to see, not only the army in their camouflage and greens, but the navy in their whites, the marines in their khakis and the air force in their blues. " For as long as anyone can remember, " Major Geoffrey Yoste said, " Thursdays have always been the day that army, air force and navy have leadership labs. And so Thursdays are the days when all the young men and women in the army, air force and navy ROTC wear their uniforms. " Other than the physical fitness exercises in the mornings, the leadership labs are the only other time that ROTC gets together. According to Captain Patrick C. McRae of the naval science department, the leadership labs are designed so that students receive the training they need in order to become commissioned officers. While each service unit ' s leadership classes and exercises are different, leadership labs range from general leadership classes and combat water survival training to paintball wars involving tactical training and aviation training in a UH-60 Blackhawk and a CH-47 Chinook helicopter. " The uniform is a good recruiting tool for the ROTC, " Cpt. McRae said. " Most of the students we get are regular college students that just walk up because they ' ve seen the uniforms. " In addition to the leadership labs, the ROTC units wear their uniforms for awards ceremonies and commissioning ceremonies, where the members receive their commissions as an officer. Cadets become lieutenants and navy midshipmen become ensigns. Once a year, there is a chancellor ' s review when all four units come together to do a parade-type ceremony for the chancellor to have a passing review. The chancellor walks with the colonels, observes and inspects the units and gives out chancellor ' s leadership awards for the most outstanding cadet in each unit. With many Ole Miss students involved in the ROTC program, students get a chance to experience such drills as helicopter flights around the i Oxford area. I • I The game of the even Ihoug the Rebels us. the Tigers r e lost! With a week of wild anticipation, the Ole Miss Rebels put up a good fight to LSCJ but it wasn ' t enough to beat one of the best teams in the SEC. It was said that the game brought more people into Oxford than any other game in Ole Miss history. The game packed the stadium breaking the record number of people in the stadium previously set by the 2002 Florida us. Ole Miss game. Ole Miss lost to LSCJ 14 to 17. One College Hill Road resident and Ole Miss fan told LSU fans what he thought through lights on his roof. s With all the excitement, some Rebel fans showed their support for their team through many unusual ways such as this man dressed in a Spiderman costume. The Thursday before the game, a pep rally was held on the Square to support the Rebels. With over 3,500 participants attending, many holding signs such as this one, the crowd went wild as Dixie was played by the Ole Miss Band and the Rebel football players ran onto the courthouse steps. U k s I I student li) - From The Music Man to Pat Green, Ole Miss knows how to have a performance! With, the great performance venues of Ole Miss, including the Grove and the Ford Center, Ole Miss has certainly seen its share of performances. Stars such as Jason Mraz, Gary Collins and Pat Green have graced the stage and left audiences entertained. In late September, country singer Dierks Bentley entertained audiences in the Grove as a part of the Ole Miss Outdoors Festival performan ces jJ ShakGSpearGbomes alive A Hollywood star breathes newfound life into the ancient language of Shakespeare. by Ricki Renick In January, big time Hollywood hit small town Oxford when golden screen and Broadway star, James Earl Jones came to the Gertrude Ford Center for the Performing Arts the first week back from Christmas break. With a booming voice so eloquent and flowing, Jones performed excerpts from three Shakespearean plays. His mannerisms and eloquence poured out of his soul in such a way that you knew his heart must be from a different era, one in which chivalry is alive and the way of a gentleman is still king. Known for his distinguishable voice, Jones lit up the stage and breathed new life into the ancient plays of Shakespeare. He said that one of the reasons he enjoyed Shakespeare so much was that his plays had not been written just for that time, but could still today be applied to many of the cultural factors we deal with today. Throughout his renditions of three Shakespearean plays Jones interjected how these three plays could be used today to discuss the attitudes towards race. The theater was full of students as well as members of the community and staff. The presentation was not all seriousness though. Jones prematurely took the stage before his introduction and joked that they should try it all again in order to get it right. Following his introduction, Jones told a joke about a food critic that traveled the world in search of exotic teas. In Australia, when the man asked for the most exotic tea the bartender brought back a cup of tea with twigs and hairballs in it. Upon receipt of the tea the critic asked that it be strained and the bartender replies, " Oh sir, the Kola-tea of mercy is not strained. " This humorous antic was how Jones choose to segue into a portion of the play Merchant of Venice. Jones did not simply present a planned speech to the crowd. He told them stories that allowed them to understand his life and where he had come from and why the things he had accomplished in his life were so wonderful. Jones, a native of Mississippi, left his family to go to live and work with his uncle on a farm. It was there in fields of Michigan that Jones got his first taste of Shakespeare. His uncle, who had no more than a high school education, would recite parts of Mark Antoine ' s speeches from the play Julius Caesar while they worked. Jones ' beginnings were in the theater. He received two Obies in 1965 for his work in Baal and Othello. He has had a long association with the New York Shakespeare Festival in which he played parts from Hamlet to King Lear. Jones also won a Tony award for his role in Fences by August Wilson. Theater was not the only medium that was good to Jones. He received an Oscar nomination for his film debut in The Great White Hope. Television has garnered him two Emmies - one for his work on the ABC weekly Drama Series Gabriel ' s Fire and the other Emmy for a TNT Mini-Series Heat Wave. rO .til. It-nl life- photos by Robin Fre James Earl Jones performed excerpts from The Merchant of Venice, Othello and Titus Andromcus. Jones had an audience of over 1 ,000 students and community residents. lames earl p nes c | We 1 re gpnnq at The life outside of school for college students shapes who a person will become later in life more than most other major events in a person ' s life. . m by Nathan Geddie Why does one go to college? Many think one goes to college in order to get a good job. That ' s part of it, but most get more out of college than just academics. College is about making friendships that will last a lifetime and learning how to live on your own. The whole experience is an education. It all starts when you graduate from high school and decide to move away to college. At first, it sounds fun but then reality sets in. You realize that you are moving out of the house to a place that is nothing like a home, the dorm. There you meet people who are going through the same experience you are. Friendships are made, then some broken. You realize who you want to be friends with and what it takes to maintain a friendship. Then there is the realization of freedom. There are no parents to make curfews, to make you do chores or to make you run your little brother to soccer practice. You can have friends over anytime you want and stay out as late as you want. But don ' t forget about the many disadvantages of living away from home such as your parents making you dinner and being there to help with anything you may need. In the four or five years you are attending college, you begin to figure out what type of person you want to be when you get older or " grow up. " You begin seriously thinking about where you want to live, what career path you want to take and what type of relationships you want to be in. It isn ' t like you haven ' t thought of these subjects before but now they are in the near future. Lets not totally forget academics in your college years. Although they don ' t count for everything and usually will not be your favorite memories of college, academics do help you become a well-rounded person. Your classes help you gain a better understanding of the world and help you realize what career path you want to take. They also prepare you for your career and hopefully come in handy in the future. After being in college for a couple of years, you realize that the real world is slowly approaching and the decisions you have thought about for a lifetime are going to have to be made. After telling people your entire life what you are going to be when you grow up, it is now time to make that dream a reality. You begin to prepare yourself for a transition period in your life. In most cases, job applications are filled out, internships opportunities are taken and the search for connections begins to take place. Although they only take up four or five years in a lifetime, the college years help shape the person whom you evolve to be. It is almost guaranteed that when you graduate, you have changed greatly as a person from the time you moved into the dorm. It ' s all about life. ' •i. c2| .student lite rtr Th V V - . " ,-i E - it »MM . • • i i MM 1 V 1 ' 1 « , hi ir- • » , ' ii • . .+ r- ft distinctions Section editor: Section assistant: Ryan Upshaw Graduation in the Grove. o+ldivision somebody: a person of consideration or importance; a person who leaves their mark by Patrice Jones There are many " every bodies " in the world, always following the crowd and doing whatever is popular for the minute, but every now and then there is a " somebody " — a person who is willing to go above and beyond what is expected of them. A somebody pushes the boundaries by dreaming bigger and doing better. Somebodies often carry prestigious titles such as president, chief executive officer or commissioner, but other times somebodies emerge as distinctive long before any remarkable title can be placed upon them. Here at Ole Miss, we are daily surrounded by somebodies- amazing students and faculty who have accomplished extraordinary achievements. These somebodies have not been held back by minor failures or obstructions along the way. They have persevered through the discouraging times and ultimately have pulled far ahead of the everyday pace of life. A somebody exemplifies what it is to be a Rebel. A somebody ignores expectation and custom. A somebody sets his or her own destination and works toward it, no matter what the path may consist of. To be somebody is to be a leader, an individual, a go-getter. To be somebody is not to be held back by distractions and difficulties. To be somebody is to exceed expectations and strive for better than the best. To be somebody is often extremely difficult. To be everybody is easy. Be somebody. distincti ons qt " There ' s not just one thing that makes Ole Miss so special to me. It ' s a combination of the red and blue that blankets Oxford on game weekends, the Southern charm year-round and the best friends anyone could wish for. " -Jessica Nesbitt SeniorClass favorites ica banahan Jessica Banahan, daughter of John and Deborah Banahan, is a double major in political science and English. She is from Pascagoula, Miss. Banahan is a member of Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, Habitat for Humanity and College Republicans. She has served as an ASB Senator and as a member of Chancellor ' s Leadership Class. She is also a member of Kappa Delta sorority. " Ole Miss has had a dramatic impact on my life. The time has truly flown and the friends that I have made here will always be special. " le ewing Battle Ewing is the son of Bobby and Susan Bonds and Charles Ewing. He is a history and English major from Byhalia, Miss. Ewing has been a member of Order of Omega, Sigma Tau Delta and Sigma Chi fraternity where he has served as treasurer. He has also served as IFC President and on the ASB Senate Executive Council. " Being elected a class favorite is a great honor, and it makes me proud to know that the student body has chosen me as a representative of our class. " a piazza Laura Piazza is a biology major from Jackson, Miss. She is the daughter of Preston and Kathryn Piazza. Piazza is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Golden Key, and Delta Gamma sorority. She has also served as president of Mortar Board and Order of Omega as well as an ASB senator. She has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and River Oaks Hospital. " My favorite thing about Ole Miss is its unique sense of community. Students, faculty and staff all contribute to the supportive atmosphere of learning. " ey butts Casey Butts, son of Lampkin and Susie Butts, is an accounting major from Laurel, Miss. In addition to his role as ASB Treasurer, Butts has been a member of the Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa and Sigma Chi fraternity where he has served as Chapter Editor. He has also served as School of Accountancy vice president. " Ole Miss is my home. It has molded me into who I am intellectually and spiritually. I am forever grateful. " senior class favori tes 1 67 Jessica nesbitt Jessica Nesbitt is a broadcast journalism and political science major from Brandon, Miss. She is the daughter of Richard and Michelle Nesbitt. Nesbitt is a member of Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi and Delta Gamma sorority where she has served as philanthro- py director. She has also served as president of Omicron Delta Kappa, College Republicans Chairwoman and a NewsWatch 12 anchor and reporter. " Ole Miss has been one great experience after another for me. I can ' t imagine myself anywhere else. " ner cannada Warner Cannada is a managerial finance major from Jackson, Miss. He is the son of Charles and Tara Cannada. He is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity and Sigma Nu fraternity where he has served on the Judicial Council. " Being named a class favorite is the biggest honor I have received in my four years at Ole Miss. It is rewarding to know that I have so many good friends that would stand behind me. " ie caldwell Katie Caldwell, daughter of Rick and Linda Caldwell, is an English major from Tupelo, Miss. She is a member of Delta Gamma sorority where she has served as rush chairman. She has also served as an ASB senator and as a member of Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Sigma Tau Delta, Order of Omega and Campus Crusade for Christ. She is also on the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll. " I could never have dreamed that Ole Miss would have the kind of impact that it is has had on my life. I am constantly amazed at the things that I have learned in this incredible environment. " wise SeniorCJass favorites Matt Wise is from Brookhaven, Miss. He is the son of Reginald and Beverly Wise. Wise is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity where he has served as rush chairman and is an active participant in intramural sports. u Being at Ole Miss has helped me realize the importance of an education and the importance of getting to know many different people to help me become a more well-rounded individual. " beth turner Sara Beth Turner, daughter of Fran and Britt Turner, is a marketing major from Tuscaloosa, Ala. Turner is a member of the Business School Student Advisory Board and Delta Delta Delta sorority where she has served as membership development chairwoman. She has also served as Marketing and Advertising Director for the Celebrity Golf Classic and as a member of ASB. She has also been named to the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll. " I hope that I have given back to Ole Miss in some way. I can only hope that I have offered someone else a tenth of what I have been blessed with. " ey alien Sidney Allen is a banking and finance major from Jackson, Miss. He is the son of Sidney and Deborah Allen. He is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity and serves as public relations coordinator for the Business School CEOs. Allen also volunteers with Leap Frog. " Being elected a class favorite is a huge honor. It really means a lot to me to know that I have made a positive impression on a wide variety of people. senior class favori tes 69 Top 13 Beauties 1. Amie Arnold 2. Katie Bailey 3. Whitney Crews 4. Blair Ferguson 5. Lana Clair Freeman 6. Smith Greer 7. Anne Harper 8. Ashley Hatfield 9. Christianna Jackson 10. Kathleen Pegram 11. Brittaney Thornton 12. Lezlie Wilkerson 13. Summer Windham by Ryan Upshaw Farah Lavassani, a freshman fashion merchandising major from Ridgeland, Miss., was crowned Most Beautiful 2003 in front of a sold-out crowd on Nov. 5, 2003. She is the daughter of Dr. Ali and Pat Lavassani. Lavassani competed against 90 other hopefuls in the Parade of Beauties pageant held in the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts. This was her first time competing in a college-level pageant. Lavassani was sponsored for the pageant by her sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi. In addition to her membership in Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, she is also on the leadership committee for Rebels Against Drunk Driving. In high school, Lavassani participated in show choir, SADD and Spanish Club. 7 voj Parade of Beauties 2003 by Ryan U pshaw The Parade of Beauties is an annual pageant organized by the Student Programming Board Pageants Committee. The contestants are judged on the basis of a private interview with a panel of five judges and an evening gown competition. The interview portion counted for 20 percent of their total score, and the evening gown competition counted as 80 percent. In the evening gown competition, judges looked at stage presence, personality, poise and ove rall beauty. After the top 25 competition, the top 10 are chosen. However, as a result of a four-way tie, 13 were chosen this year. Farah Lavassani was chosen Most Beautiful 2003. The theme for this year ' s pageant was House of Style. The directors of the pageant were Whitney Brent and Justin Smith, and the announcers for the occasion were Miss Ole Miss Mary-Grace Haynes and Bernard Jones, Jr. " As a freshman, this is something that I never expected. It is probably the biggest accomplishment of my life so far. I am extremely honored to hold this title. I want to show that beauty at Ole Miss is not just about our faces and bodies, but also the true southern beauty and charm that our University ' s reputation holds. " -Farah Lavassani parade of beau ties 71 33 N 1 m HHHHHI Homecoming gel your grove onO by Ryan U pshaw Homecoming 2003 was a week filled with activities for students to participate in. With the University Gospel Choir singing in the Union, the Urban Comedy Tour, numerous inflatables in the Union plaza, the annual Homecoming Parade and our win against Arkansas State, there was truly something for everyone to enjoy. All of the homecoming events were spearheaded by the Student Programming Board Special Events committee directed by Bradley Baker and Cassie Norton. Drew Denton, an elementary education major from Biloxi, Miss., was crowned Homecoming Queen 2003. She defeated her opponent for the title by 58 votes in a record-breaking election. Her votes totaled 1,651. Denton is a member of Kappa Delta sorority. She was escorted by ASB President Alan Bean. The homecoming court was made up of freshman maids: Allison Green from Saint Joseph, Tenn. and Jada Mincy of Cordova, Tenn., sophomore maids: Stacy McCommon of Amory, Miss, and Genee Spears from Memphis, Tenn., junior maids: Carletta Brown of Roxie, Miss, and Elena Garcia from Austin, Tex., senior maids: Desiree Layman from Florida, Karla Zschau of North Dunedin, Fla. and Courtney Anderson. " October 11, 2003 wa will cherish always. I honor to represent a Ut believe so strongly i Homecoming experien which, I am truly -I 71 jis tin. tii mi a a day that I was such an iversity that I . The entire lie was one for irateful. " Drew Denton If " fiv .w WriCOMT TO HOMTCOMING 7003 «iumni ha... or f AMf rccipunts OUTSTANDING " " " EQSIKE9I. » [ tWMOS CERM0N » fc _, ,r ' . H ■? 2003 Alumni Hall of Fame inductees: Robert Elliot Sr., Ronnie Agnew. Charles Farris Jr.. Samuel Sliman, Roger Flynt Jr. and Bernice Hussey Alumni Hall of Fame by Ryan Upshaw Six prominent alumni of the University of Mississippi received the distinguished honor of induction into the Alumni Hall of Fame. Ceremonies were held during Homecoming Week 2003. Induction into the Hall of Fame is the highest honor given by the Alumni Association. The six individuals inducted this year were Ronnie Agnew of Jackson, Robert Elliott Sr. of Ripley, Miss., Roger Flynt Jr. of Destin, Fla., and Bernice Hussey of Memphis, Tenn. Charles Farris Jr. of New Orleans received the second Alumni Service Award and Samuel J. Sliman of Washington D.C. received the Outstanding Young Alumni Award. These awards are given in order to distinguish those alumni who have made great contributions to their country, their state and the University of Mississippi. Ronnie Agnew (BA 84) is the executive editor of The Clarion-Ledger. Agnew started his journalism career in 1984 as a reporter for the Greenwood Commonwealth. Since then, he has worked at a variety of newspapers in Mississippi, Alabama and Ohio. In 2000, Presstime Magazine named Agnew to its prestigious list of the Top 20 Journalists in the Country under 40. In his first year at the helm of The Clarion-Ledger, the newspaper received the General Excellence Award from the Mississippi Press Association. 7+ldistinctii ins Robert Elliott Sr. (BA 58, JD 62) has practiced law in Ripley, Miss, since 1962. He is a senior partner of Elliott, Permenter and Babb. He serves on the board of directors of The People ' s Bank. Elliott also serves as a member of the Executive, Trust and Investment committees of The People ' s Bank. He is also counsel to the Oil-Dri Production Company. One of his greatest accomplishments would likely be his part in the formation of the Tippah County Ole Miss Alumni Club. Roger Flynt Jr. (BBS 62, JD 64) was in law practice in Jackson before becoming an assistant United States attorney for the Northern District of Mississippi from 1966-1969. Before his retirement in 1999, Flynt served as executive vice president of the BellSouth Corporation. He also served as vice president and president-elect of the United States Telephone Association. He was named Law Alumnus of the Year in 1991-1992 and has served as chair of the board for the University Foundation and president of the UM Law Alumni Association. Bernice Hussey (BA 62) is the chairwoman and owner of Babcock Gifts, a gift and bridal registry in Memphis. She has served on the board of directors for the University Foundation and was chair of the Ole Miss Women ' s Council for Philanthropy. Hussey is also one of " My eyes well when they meet any piece of the land that helped me make my journey from boy to man. Coming ' home 1 for induction into the University ' s Alumni Hall of Fame was the ultimate honor for a young man who was taught to dream lofty dreams. Only a generation separates me from my father, who once made a living picking cotton. Ole Miss helped me travel farther than that, to create a life for my children that my own parents would not have thought possible. So much symbolism rests in the Hall of Fame honor. I will live my life working to make Ole Miss as proud of me as I am of this oustanding institution. " - Ronnie Agnew 2003 Alumni Hall of Fame inductee the six members of the National Steering Committee of the scholarship initiative Ole Miss First. She was recently inducted into the Society of Entrepreneurs. She is now a board member for the organization. Charles Farris Jr. (BA 47, BS 48, Med Cert. 49) has actively practiced obstetrics and gynecology in New Orleans since 1955. He delivered approximately 15,000 babies during that time. Farris is a member of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, the Louisiana State Medical Society, the American Medical Association and the International Menopause Society. Farris was actively involved in the creation of the University of Mississippi Medical Center and has served as board member and chapter president. Samuel J. Sliman (BSCS 90) is executive vice president of Optimal Solutions Integration, Inc. At Ole Miss, he was a Carrier Scholar and earned a Taylor Medal from the School of Engineering. He also served as Commander of Sigma Nu fraternity and helped launch the organization ' s annual Charity Bowl. Sliman has also served on the Ole Miss School of Engineering Alumni Board since 1994. Top:Alumni Hall of Fame inductee Bernice H. Hussey shows that Ole Miss is still a part of her life by participating in the Homecoming Parade. Above: Robert Elliott Sr, a 2003 Alumni Hall of Fame inductee, lets his grandchildren ride in the car with him while he waves to the crowd during Ole Miss ' Homecoming Parade. alumni hall of fame I, " . " 1 Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges arah Abston Biology Madison, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, Gamma Chi, Russian Club, ASB Judicial Council, Rebel Radio, Student Leaders Council, Omicron Delta K appa, Mortar Board, Leap Frog, Intramural softball arold Apple International Studies Celina, Texas McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Ole Miss Ambassador, Golden Key, Habitat for Humanity, Phi Kappa Phi, Wesley Foundation, Croft Institute Scholar, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Nicole Babbitt Journalism Fort Worth, Texas Delta Delta Delta sorority, Golden Key, ASB Secretary, Leap Frog, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, ASB senator, Lambda Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Newswatch 12, Student Programming Board vi n Bailey Accouniacy Madison, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, Golden Key, Campus Crusade for Christ, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Kappa Phi, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Alpha Kappa Psi ssica Banahan English ascagoula, Miss. Kappa Delta sorority, Diamond Girl, ASB senator, Order of Omega, Golden Key, Omicron Delta Kappa, Habitat for Humanity, Gamma Beta Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars elly Barnes Accountacy Portageville, Mo. Kappa Alpha Theta, Golden Key, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Alpha Lambda Delta, Helping Hands, Relay for Life, National Society of Collegiate Scholars riscilla Barton Civil Engineering Pontotoc, Miss. Golden Key, American Society of Civil Engineers, Baptist Student Union, Habitat for Humanity, National Dean ' s List, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon Ian Bean Political Science Dickson, Tenn. Kappa Sigma fraternity, ASB President, Student Programming Board, Golden Key, College Republicans, Leap Frog, Habitat for Humanity, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta aistin hi ins " Ole Miss is a wonderful place that has allowed me to take part in many activities and meet some incredible people while making some wonderful memories. I am very proud to be awarded such a prestigious honor as Who ' s Who. " -John Herzog jlliam Bentley Elementary Secondary Social Studies Fort Worth, Texas ASB senator, Ole Miss Ambassador, College Republicans, Student Programming Board, Habitat for Humanity, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Teachers of Tomorrow aul Blake International studies Laurel, Miss. Sigma Chi fraternity, Model United Nations, McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College, Lambda Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Croft Student Senate, Golden Key ndale Brickey Business International Business Cordova, Tenn. Chi Omega sorority, Ole Miss Ambassador, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, Order of Omega, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Leap Frog, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, ASB senator, Alpha Lambda Delta anda Brown English Social Studies Pontotoc, Miss. Golden Key, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, University Marching Band, Student Alumni Council, SEED, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, American Cancer Society volunteer ays Burchf ield Journalism Political Science Eupora, Miss. Delta Psi fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa, Habitat for Humanity, Golden Key, Order of Omega, College Republicans, College Democrats, Christmas Store volunteer, Wesley Foundation asey Butts Accounting Laurel, Miss. Sigma Chi fraternity, ASB Treasurer, DM staff writer, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, School of Accountancy Vice President, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars nc? my " JMKHIism Cordova, Tenn. Phi Mu sorority, Order of Omega, Student Programming Board, ASB Campus Affairs committee, Habitat for Humanity, Campus Crusade for Christ, Rotaracts, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation Karen Clabough Journalism Franklin, Tenn. Newswatch 12 Production Assistant, Radio- Television News Directors Association Vice President, Rebel Radio news anchor aula Clark Pnarmaceutial Science Fort Worth, Texas Golden Key, Mortar Board, Black Student Union, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, American Pharmaceutical Association, Christmas Store volunteer Natalie Crawford Management Information Systems Batesville, Miss. Golden Key president, Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College, Phi Mu sorority, Association of Information Technology Professionals hnny Ducking Economics Mathematics Greenville, Miss. Ole Miss football team, Golden Key, Lambda Sigma, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Omega Psi Phi fraternity, Academic All-SEC Football Foundation, Reading with the Rebels arles Emerson Business Adminstration Hernando, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, ASB, United Way volunteer, Ole Miss Intramurals, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Gamma Iota Sigma, Sierra Club, Ole Miss Outdoors, Reformed University Fellowship Christopher Erickson Electrical Engl Columbus, Ga. Residence Hall Association, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Treasurer, Ole Miss Intramurals, Habitat for Humanity, John N. Waddell Scholarship ngineer mily Ferris English Belden, Miss. Delta Delta Delta House Manager, Mortar Board secretary, ASB Elections Commission, Student Programming Board, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, College Republicans, Omicron Delta Kappa nnifer French Pharmacy Morton, Miss. Kappa Epsilon president, Phi Kappa Phi, Chancellor ' s Leadership, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, American Pharmaceutical Association " Upon learning of my selection to Who ' s Who, I felt greatly privileged. To be mentioned in such fine company of our graduating class is really an honor. However, the distinction is not without debt to the fine faculty of Ole Miss that made it all possible. In my time at Ole Miss, I hope that I have made a positive impact on those students that I had the pleasure of instructing during my time as a teaching assistant. " -Ryan Tomlinson Jennifer Germany English Dallas, Texas Chi Omega vice president, Mortar Board vice president, ASB Director of Community Service, Sigma Tau Delta president, The Ole Miss yearbook staff, Leap Frog, Habitat for Humanity, Order of Omega Jennifer Gibson Accounting Prospect, Ky. Kappa Kappa Gamma chaplain, Ole Miss Women ' s Soccer team, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Leap Frog, Golden Key drew Graves Biochemistry Birmingham, Ala. Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Rotaracts, Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Leap Frog, Golden Key, Alpha Lambda Delta 7S distinctions arem Harboe International Business Villa Alemana, Chil M-Club, Ole Miss Tennis team, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, ITA All- Academic Team Award, SEC Academic Honor Roll, ITA Scholar-Athlete ent Hardin Biology Carrollton. Miss. r Phi Delta Theta Vice President, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Leap Frog, Coaches vs. Cancer, Campus Crusade for Christ, Habitat for Humanity, Order of Omega nnifer Hawks Law Germantown, Tenn. Christian Legal Society president, Law Association for Women, Phi Delta Phi, Public Interest Law Clinic president, Gorove International Society m " My experiences at Ole Miss have been moments that I would almost trade for nothing in the world. Although my path has been rough at times, I feel like those moments help make me into the respectful person that I am today. Throughout life I ' ve learned that no matter what you do, where you do it, or how you do it, life will always throw in its unwilling spirit. Ten years from now, I want to be remembered by my fellow classmates, friends and instructors as the young lady who always strived to work diligently for what she believed in and most importantly, never gave up! " -Paula Clark rey Beth Hayes Biological Sciences Huntsville, Ala. Chancellors Honor Roll, Chancellor ' s Scholar, McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College, Habitat for Humanity, Ole Miss Ambassadors, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi Grace Haynes Marketing Communications Baldwyn, Miss. Orientation Leader, Ole Miss Ambassador, Miss Ole Miss, Omicron Delta Kappa, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, College Republicans, The Ole Miss yearbook staff, Order of Omega n Herzoe Psychology Jackson, Miss. Sigma Nu vice president, Alpha Epsilon Delta, ASB Student Involvement Committee, Campus Crusade for Christ, Habitat for Humanity, Leap Frog, Order of Omega John Hester Psychology Jackson, Miss. Kappa Alpha president, Rebels Against Drunk Driving president, Reformed University Fellowship, Oxford Food Pantry volunteer, Christmas Store volunteer int Hickman Business Marketing Communications Brandon, Miss. Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, American Marketing Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars West Point, Miss. Kappa Delta secretary, Senior Class secretary treasurer, Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi, ASB, Order of Omega, Habitat for Humanity, Golden Key, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll who ' s who 7Q Madeline Holbert __ .. _ English Memphis, Tenn. Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda Sigma, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, College Republicans, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars an Holmes Civil Engineering Kokomo, Miss. Engineering Student Body President, Chi Epsilon, College Republicans, American Society of Civil Engineers, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Brevard Engineering Scholarship Jason Hopkins Spanish Oxford, Miss. Phi Eta Sigma, Golden Key, U.S. Marine Corps, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Sigma Delta Pi, South Central Modern Language Association Laura Hulsey Business Studies Corinth, Miss. Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Financier ' s Club, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Lambda Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Golden Key el ley Hunsberger Journalism Ridgeland, Miss. The Ole Miss Editor, Oxford Health Fitness Co- Editor, Ole Miss Wesley Foundation, Leap Frog volunteer, Dean ' s List, The New Standard, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll kejacobs Business Manageri Finam Jackson, Miss. Financier ' s Club, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Kappa Psi, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Chancellor ' s Scholarship, Sigma Chi fraternity, Habitat for Humanity he Jones Managerial Finance Water valley, Miss. Delta Gamma Vice President of Social Standards, ASB Academic Affairs Committee, Chief Emissary Officers, College Republicans, Leap Frog, Oxford Food Pantry, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi L dam King Accounting Ackerman, Miss. Kappa Alpha Order Treasurer, Campus Crusade for Christ, Order of Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Sigma, Leap Frog, Golden Key, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Beta Alpha Psi, Lambda Sigma ridget Knight Mechanical Engineering Jackson, Miss. Zeta Phi Beta secretary, Gamma Beta Phi secretary, University Gospel Choir, Golden Key, Lambda Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Americorps Mentor, Sigma Alpha Iota " I felt honored when I found out that I had been chosen for Who ' s Who because it showed me how much the professors respect and appreciate my efforts. Who ' s Who is a significant accomplishment to me because it represents the rewards of hard work. " -Aaron Thompson flOqistini ti ins arlie Kollath Journalis Gulfport, Miss. Daily Mississippian copy editor, Ole Miss Women ' s Council, Golden Key, Alpha Lambda Delta, Habitat for Humanity, George F. Holmes Scholarship, Relay for Life, National Society of Collegiate Scholars nn Magee Pharmacy Jackson, Miss. Rebels Against Drunk Driving, Reformed University Fellowship, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Golden Key, NMRC volunteer, United Way volunteer, Sorority Officers Council reston Lee Business Studies Greenville, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Trent Lott Leadership Institute, Sigma Chi fraternity president, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Golden Key, Salvation Army volunteer dd Magro Biology Germantown, Tenn. College Republicans, Ole Miss Ambassadors, Alpha Lambda Delta, ASB External Affairs Committee, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College Senate, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll atalia Lentino Business Marketing Houston, Texas Phi Mu sorority, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Alpha Lambda Delta, Golden Key, American Marketing Association, Gamma Beta Phi Nicholas Manley Law Southaven, Miss. Phi Delta Phi, Federalist Society, Moot Court Board, Mississippi Law Journal, Young Chair of Lafayette County for Thad Cochran, Judge Biggers Award for Constitutional Law nical Kfilg McCall Business Marketing Communications Baton Rouge, La. Kappa Kappa Gamma Public Relations Chair, Alpha Lambda Delta, Ole Miss Ambassador, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Leap Frog, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Elizabeth Mansel International Studies Oxford, Miss. German Chi Omega sorority, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Leap Frog, Lambda Sigma, Croft Institute, Golden Key, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Jean Jones Walk for Cancer arol Marion Accountancy Madison, Miss. Delta Gamma president, Mortar Board Membership Chair, Beta Alpha Psi, Order of Omega, Service for Sight, Phi Kappa Phi, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Pre- Accounting Society " The people that I have met and the ideas that I have embraced while at Ole Miss have changed the way that I view myself and the world around me. I hope that Ole Miss students will continually strive to remain open- minded, active, and uphold everything that this wonderful university stands for. " -Mary-Grace Haynes vho ' s who " Being selected for the honor of Who ' s Who by Ole Miss encourages me to not only continue to strive for achievement, but also to continue to be someone that my Ole Miss family can be proud to call their own. " -Chanda Roby Cristie McCall Secondary Mathematics Ripley, Miss. Teachers of Tomorrow, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics lley McCullar Business Marketing Water Valley, Miss American Marketing Association vice president, Delta Delta Delta sorority, McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Ole Miss Ambassadors, Beta Gamma Sigma ricia McDowell icuoweli Accounting Franklin, Tenn. Delta Delta Delta sorority, ASB Senator, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Alpha Lambda Delta treasurer, Reformed University Fellowship, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Alpha Psi, Lambda Sigma treasurer lifton Mosteller Political Science Mobile, Ala. IFC Vice President- Rush, Phi Delta Theta fraternity, ASB Senator, Golden Key, Habitat for Humanity, Ole Miss Intramurals, Ole Miss Outdoors, Trent Lott Leadership Institute, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll ghan Nadeau Biochemistry Biology Wood invi lie, Wash Kappa Kappa Gamma vice president, ASB Director of Academic Affairs, Lambda Sigma, McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College Senator, Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars sica Nesbitt Broadcast Journalism Political Science Brandon, Miss. College Republicans Chairman, Omicron Delta Kappa president, Mortar Board, Rebel Radio, Delta Gamma Director of Philanthropy, ASB, Gamma Chi, Habitat for Humanity, Phi Kappa Phi 81 [distinctions eigh Newton Family and Consumer Jackson, Miss. Kappa Delta president, College Republicans, Order of Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Dean ' s List, Habitat for Humanity, Ole Miss Cheerleader ssie Norton Banking and Fincance Managerial Finance Brandon, Miss. Kappa Delta Vice President, ASB Chief of Staff, College Republicans Vice Chair, Omicron Delta Kappa Secretary Treasurer, Celebrity Golf Classic, SPB Director of Special Events, Golden Key redith Padalino Hospitality Management Birmingham, Ala. Chi Omega sorority, Student Programming Board, |Rotaracts, RADD, Ole Miss Ambassador, Gamma Chi, Habitat for Humanity, Oxford Food Pantry volunteer, Senior Class Executive Committee iter Payne Biology Jackson, Miss. Chi Omega sorority, Omicron Delta Kappa vice president, Student Programming Board, ASB Senator, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Alpha Epsilon Delta vice president, Mortar Board ara Peters . Journalism Memphis, Tenn. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Habitat for Humanity, ASB, College Republicans, The Ole Miss yearbook staff, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, United Way volunteer aura Piazza Biology Jackson, Miss. Mortar Board president, Order of Omega president, Omicron Delta Kappa, ASB Executive Liaison, ASB Senator, Delta Gamma sorority, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key niinj " When I learned that I had been selected for Who ' s Who, I was a little bit shocked. Ole Miss has such a special environment that you can ' t help loving this place. This love has driven me to give back what Ole Miss has given me. I was shocked because it is like I am being honored for loving a place that you can ' t help but love. " -Nicklaus Simpson ience had Pilcher Economics West Monroe, La. Senior Class president, Kappa Sigma fraternity, ASB senator, Ole Miss football team, Ole Miss baseball team, College Republicans, Omicron Delta Kappa, Golden Key, Lambda Sigma an Pratt Psychology Jackson, Miss. Sigma Nu president, ASB Elections Commission, Campus Crusade for Christ, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, Mortar Board, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, ASB senator mdsay Price Pharmacy Terry, Miss. Phi Kappa Phi Honor Vice President, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Gamma Beta Phi, M- Club hadwick Robison Law Guntown, Miss. Law School Student Body President, Phi Delta Phi, Future Lawyer ' s Social Club, Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association, Public Interest Law Clinic handa Roby Marketing Communications Journalism Mendenhall, Miss. National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Family Crisis Center volunteer, American Marketing Association, National Association of Black Journalists Vice President, Chief Emissary Officers Anthony Rogers International Business Clarksdale, Miss. Phi Delta Theta fraternity, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key, Student Programming Board, Habitat for Humanity, Campus Cleanup, Order of Omega who ' s whols ohn Ross Computer Scienc Madison, Miss. Lambda Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Golden Key, Campus Crusade for Christ, WorldFest volunteer, Carrier Scholar, Tau Beta Pi, Hyperbole Literary Magazine, Engineering Honor Council aura Shirley Marketing ew Albany, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, ASB Senate, Diamond Girl, Rebel Recruiter, Senior Class Vice President, Order of Omega, Leap Frog, Chief Emissary Officers, Omicron Delta Kappa, Habitat for Humanity hea Sides Accounting Kosciusko, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, Ole Miss Ambassador, College Republicans, Campus Crusade for Christ, Mortar Board, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Leap Frog, Order of Omega, Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi i icklaus Simpson Political Science Journalism Wiggins, Miss. SPB Special Events Committee, Student Alumni Council, Ducks Unlimited, College Republicans, Leap Frog, Habitat for Humanity, Pi Sigma Alpha, Society of Professional Journalists, Christmas Store nn Sims Business Studies Hoover, Ala. Kappa Delta sorority, Lambda Sigma, Golden Key, ASB Elections Commissioner, Beta Gamma Sigma, Order of Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Alpha Lambda Delta hael Sinmaturos Pharmacy Cape Girardeau, M Beta Theta Pi fraternity, Pharmacy Class President, Camp Kai volunteer, Order of Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, The National Dean ' s List, Adopt-a- Highway volunteer " To be included as one of this year ' s Who ' s Who recipients is a special honor for me. This reward represents the achievement of all the goals that I set out for myself when I came to Ole Miss and the feeling of being honored with such an incredible group of people is indescribable. " -Natalia Lentino Matthew Sleep . Geological Engineering Thompson ' s Station, Tenn. McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College, Golden Key, Resident Assistant, Engineering Student Body, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi harjes Smithers Civil Engineering Grenada, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Phi, National Dean ' s List, American Society of Civil Engineers, Engineering Student Body Vice President, Chi Epsilon rett Soldevila Accounting Clarksdale, Miss Phi Delta Theta fraternity, ASB Judicial Council, Student Programming Board, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key, Beta Gamma Sigma, Campus Crusade for Christ 8M distinctions uros nac io,l " :C, It, :eer ( ,Ptii e fOf ars, r: leremy Stewart Psychology Political Science Horn Lake, Miss. Residence Hall Association president, ASB senator, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Theta Pi fraternity, Student Leaders Council, Baptist Student Union aron Thompson English Spanish Be I den, Miss. Phi Beta Sigma Historian, ASB, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Lott Leadership Institute, Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program, McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College, Lambda Sigma ohn Toohig MbA Olive Branch, Miss. Relay for Life Chairman eith Studdard Mathematics Jackson, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, Lambda Sigma, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Golden Key, Lott Leadership Institute, Habitat for Humanity, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi Graham Sutliff Law San Angelo, Texas Mississippi Law Journal, Mississippi Moot Court Board, Academic Excellence Program teacher ason Thompson Business Studies Crystal Springs, Miss. Phi Beta Sigma President, ASB Judicial Council, Student Programming Board, Rotaracts, Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Alpha Lambda Delta Ryan Tomlinson Forensic Chemistry Franklin, Tenn. 2002 Goldwater Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College Senator, Lott Leadership Institute, Student Programming Board, Habitat for Humanity nnifer Usnik Management Information Systems Natchez. Miss. Chancellors Honor Roll, Habitat for Humanity, Association of Information Technology Professionals, Golden Key, Chief Emissary Officers, Alpha Lambda Delta le Veazey Journalism Puryear, Tenn. College Republicans, Daily Mississippian Sports Editor, Mississippi Press Association Award, Southeastern Journalism Conference Award " It was nice to be recognized for being involved on campus and in Oxford. Activities outside the classroom add so much to the college experience, I wouldn ' t recommend doing it any other way. " -Jarold Apple who ' s who|g an Wally Biological Science McComb, Miss. Alpha Epsilon Delta president, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, University Marching Band, Wesley Foundation, Relay for Life volunteer, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Golden Key, Alpha Lambda Delta Joseph Webster Political Science Clarksdale, Miss. Phi Delta Theta fraternity, Croft Institute, Model United Nations, Leap Frog, Lambda Sigma, Order of Omega, American Cancer Society volunteer, Ecomomics society, Worldfest volunteer drew White Marketing Jackson, Tenn. College Republicans, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Lambda Sigma, Mortar Board, ASB Senator, Campus Crusade for Christ, Habitat for Humanity, Omicron Delta Kappa, Golden Key " Being chosen as a Who ' s Who recipient is such an incredible honor. My past four years at Ole Miss have been so rewarding and have had a tremendous impact on my life. Receiving this award gives me a great sense of accomplishment, and my most sincere desire is that every student ' s experience at Ole Miss will be as memorable as mine. " -Julie Jones eann Wiggins Secondary Math Education New Albany, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, Order of Omega, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Leap Frog, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Golden Key, Campus Crusade for Christ, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Tameka Wilder. Law Kosciusko, Miss. Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, Moot Court Board, Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association, Law Association for Women, Future Lawyer ' s Social Key, Black Law Student Association inghua Wu Business Administration Shanghai, China Graduate Student Council, MBA Association, University Christian Student Center, Friendship Association of Chinese Students, Oxford Chamber of Commerce volunteer Who ' s Who 2003 Tiffany Weiss Special Education Combine, Texas Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Student Athlete Advisory Committee, varsity soccer, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Alumni Council, M-Club, Habitat for Humanity volunteer, Who ' s Who in sports " Being chosen for Who ' s Who is such an honor. I am priveleged to be recognized with these amazing students. Ole Miss contirbutes to my growth each day. As a Who ' s Who recipient, I am one of the many representing this wonderful University. My contributions to Ole miss will never match the experiences this Univeristy has granted me. But these experiences have helped form the person I have become. When we leave the University, I hope to take my memories and share them with the rest of the world. " -Nicole Babbitt 80 I distinctions Recipients of Who ' s Who are chosen by a committee comprised of the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor of Student Life, the Dean of Students, and Deans from each academic school. It also consists of the Associated Student Body President, the Black Student Union President, the editor of The Ole Miss yearbook, and the editor of The Daily Mississippian. Selections are based upon the criteria of academic excellence, leadership ability, campus and community involvement as well as the potential for future success. " I feel very honored and humbled to have been chosen with such an elite group of accomplished and dedicated students. I thank God for blessing me with my achievements and this opportunity here at Ole Miss. Being chosen as a Who ' s Who recipient is definitely an encouragement for me to try even harder at my goals. " -Priscilla Barton All Who ' s Who pictures were taken by University of Mississippi Imaging Services or contributed by the honoree. who ' s wnoLs7 " In no way did I expect to hear my name called. My heart jumped. I am so lucky to have been able to spend my four years at such a great university. This honor is more than I could have asked for. " -Cassie Norton Hall of Fame class of 2004 rah Abston Madison, Miss, Delta Gamma sorority; Chairman, ASB Judicial Council; Student Leaders Council; Station Manager, Rebel Radio; Omicron Delta Kappa; Mortar Board; Leap Frog volunteer Hall of Fame Alan Bea Dickson, Tenn. President, ASB; Kappa Sigma fraternity; Omicron Delta Kappa; Golden Key; Lambda Sigma; Habitat for Humanity; National Society of Collegiate Scholars; Leap Frog volunteer Hall of Fame Hays Burchf iel Eupora, Miss. Delta Psi fraternity; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Mortar Board; Omicron Delta Kappa; Chancellor ' s Leadership Class; ASB Judicial Council; Vice President, Habitat for Humanity Hall of Fame hall of fame! S asey Butts Laurel, Miss, Sigma Chi fraternity; Treasurer, ASB; Chancellor ' s Leadership Class; Vice-President, School of Accountancy; Mortar Board; Senior Class Favorite; Omicron Delta Kappa; Beta Alpha Psi; Golden Key Hall of Fame aula Clark Shannon, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class; Chancellor ' s Honor Roll; Vice President, Golden Key; Executive Council, School of Pharmacy; President, Student National Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar Board; National Society of Collegiate Scholars Hall of Fame °0 distinctions Eli Manning New Orleans, La. Quarterback, Ole Miss football team; Sigma Nu fraternity; Heisman Trophy nominee; Reading with the Rebels; President, Ole Miss Best Buddies Hall of Fame Joel Moo Clinton, Miss. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College; Cabinet; ASB; Associate Director, SPB; Mortar Board; Lambda Sigma; Editorial Board, The Daily Mississippian Hall of Fame Robin Freeman hall of famel-fl essica Nesbitt Brandon, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority; Chairman, College Republicans; President, Omicron Delta Kappa; Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi; Senior Class Favorite; Anchor, Newswatch 12; Rebel Radio; Habitat for Humanity Hall of Fame assie Norton Brandon, Miss, Kappa Delta sorority; Chief of Staff, ASB; Co-Director of Special Events, SPB; Student Leaders Council; Secretary Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa; Tournament Manager, Celebrity Golf Classic Hall of Fame ■V distinctions Laura Piazz Jackson, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority; Executive Liaison, ASB; President, Mortar Board; President, Order of Omega; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; College Republicans; United Way volunteer Hall of Fame " It is an extreme honor to be selected to the Hall of Fame. The Lord has truly blessed me with supportive friends and family who have inspired me in many ways. I only hope that I was able to give something back to the great University of Mississippi which has enriched my college experience. " -Casey Butts hall of fa me J " Ole Miss has given so much to me- a great education, fantastic friends and leadership and organizational experience. I ' m so glad that I took advantage of all the opportunities here, and it is so nice to be recognized with this wonderful honor. I look forward to coming back to Oxford as an alumnus year after year. " -Jessica Nesbitt 9 4 dis tinctions " When I came to this University four years ago, I knew I wanted to get involved and help out wherever I could, but I didn ' t really know where to begin. When I was named a 2003 finalist for the Truman Scholarship, I thought that it would be the greatest award I ' d get for trying to make a difference. I was wrong. Being inducted into the Hall of Fame is truly the highest honor that the University can give. Thank you. " -Hays Burchfield " To say that this honor is all mine or my doing would be a joke; so many folks out there have helped me out in so many ways since I came to Ole Miss a scared little freshman about Rush bids. Thanks to Jennifer, Sparky, the administrator over at the Honors College, to name just a few. Mostly, though, I ' d like to thank my friends for keeping me going these last four years. My days of late nights and road trips are coming to an end, but I ' ll always remember them. Most of them. Peace out from law school. " -Joel Moore hall of fa me a ; Jonathan Peters, a marketing major and real estate minor from Monroe, La., was chosen Colonel Reb 2003 in a run-off election. " When I found out about the honor, it was a great feeling to be chosen by my peers as Colonel Reb. " Peters has been a member of Associated Student Body, Habitat for Humanity, the Ole Miss chapter of Ducks Unlimited, College Republicans, and the Student Programming Board. Peters is also a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity where he served as rush chairman and on the alumni committee. During his time at Ole Miss, Peters has volunteered with Village Clean Up and the Leukemia Society Light the Night project. " I knew that being chosen as Colonel Reb would be a great way to represent the University of Mississippi. " -Jonathan Peters Colonel Reb and Mss [dist inctions " I am humbled and honored to have the opportunity to represent the University. I came to Ole Miss as a freshman, knowing only one person, and to have met so many wonderful friends in the past four years is an honor in itself. " -Mary-Grace Haynes On September 25th, 2003, Mary-Grace Haynes was elected by the student body as Miss Ole Miss 2003 in a run-off election as well. Haynes, a senior marketing communications major, is the daughter of John and Kim Haynes of Baldwyn, Miss. During her time at Ole Miss, she has been extremely involved in campus activities. " Ole Miss has given me the opportunity to develop friendships that will last a lifetime, while providing me the chance to get involved in organizations that challenged me and allowed me to grow. " Mary-Grace has served as an Orientation Leader, Yearbook Staff section editor, Ambassador and Diamond Girl. She has also been a member of the Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Delta Gamma sorority, Omicron Delta Kappa and Order of Omega. Ole Miss a esident " I hope to improve the lines of communication between the students and the administration. It is our job to fight for the needs of the student body. " -Alan Bean by Ryan Upshaw The Associated Student Body has seen a tremendous amount of stress this past year. The focal point was the impending impeachment of former ASB President Hardy Case. An impeachment trial brought up by the ASB Senate spurred Case ' s resignation in late October 2003. In spite of previous tribulations, Alan Stuart Bean rose to the challenge of restoring honor and dignity to the Associated Student Body when he was sworn in as president in November 2003. " Obviously, I did not plan on all that has happened with the impeachment, but the fact remained that I had a job to do, " Bean said. " I owed it to the students and to Ole Miss to step up and serve as ASB President, and it has truly been an honor. " Bean is a political science major from Dickson, Tenn. He is the son of Sam and Barbara Bean. He views the ASB as an excellent way to give back to Ole Miss and desires to fight for students concerns. Bean also wants to improve the daily lives of students so that they may be able to achieve their academic goals as easy as possible. While at Ole Miss, Bean has been involved in numerous organizations. He previously served as an ASB senator and a member of the ASB Cabinet. He has also been a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Habitat for Humanity, College Republicans, Lambda Sigma, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Kappa Sigma fraternity where he has served as scholarship chairman. " 3 distinctions Senior Class Officers ad pilcher president Chad Pilcher is an economics major with a minor in political science. In addition to his role as Senior Class President, Pilcher is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity, Omicron Delta Kappa, Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Sigma and Alpha Lambda Delta honor societies. He has also served as an ASB senator and has been on the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll. " I was very excited to be elected senior class president. I consider it an honor to serve the class of 2004, and I appreciate those who gave me this privilege. " - Chad Pilcher ra shirley vice president Laura Shirley, a native of New Albany, Miss., is a marketing major with an emphasis in pharmaceutical sales. She has served Ole Miss as ASB Executive Assistant, Celebrity Golf Classic President, Rebel Recruiter, Diamond Girl and as a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Habitat for Humanity and Delta Gamma sorority. " I was truly honored that the seniors elected me their vice president and put their trust in me to make this project as memorable as possible. " - Laura Shirley mary clift hitt secretary treasurer Mary Clift Hitt is an English major with a minor in political science from Aberdeen, Miss. She is a member of Kappa Delta sorority, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key and Sigma Tau Delta. She has also been involved with ASB during her time here at Ole Miss. " When I learned that I would be senior class secretary treasurer, I was very excited because I knew that working with the other members of the senior class would be a rewarding experience. " - Mary Clift Hitt asb president • senior class offic ers Phi Beta Kappa the third class of members JL L " I found out about the award when I was studying abroad. I was genuinely excited to see that my hard work had paid off, and I was grateful that we had a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. When I saw that Condoleeza Rice had Phi Beta Kappa on her resume, I knew that this honor would stick with me for the rest of my life. " -Timothy Conkin Chapter Officers: President: Robbie Etheridge Vice President: Lanne Buchanan Secretary Treasurer: Maribeth Stolzenburg ipoldistinctions Ole Miss is the only public university in Mississippi with a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. In order to become a member, you must be majoring in an area of liberal arts or science and have a minimum 3.8 GPA. Alinda Guynes Allen, Biological Science Lewis Conrad Anderson, IV, Political Science Michael Nelson Bailey, Political Science and Accountancy Mary Anastasia Ballas, Biological Science David Albriton Black, Classics and Mathematics Elizabeth Allene Blakey, International Studies Benjamin Thomas Boatright, Biochemistry and Biological Science William Wilson Boone, Biological Science Megan Thomas Brown, Biological Science Charles Hays Burchfield, Political Science and Journalism Andy Kyle Canion, Biological Science Matthew Calvin Carlisle, Biochemistry and Mathematics Laura Marie Congleton, International Studies and Spanish Timothy Matthew Conkin, International Studies Emily Maxwell Cooke, Music and English Carla Neel Crosby, Political Science and English Karen Melissa Damico, Biochemisty and Psychology Ryan Lessman Davis, Mathematics Jacob Alan Dickerson, Political Science and History Christopher John Douglas, Biochemistry and Mathematics Leanne Elizabeth Drummond, English Allison Rene Ellzey, Biological Science and Spanish Jennifer Diane Ellzey, Biological Science Jessica Frances Fiechtl, Biochemistry Thomas Joel Rutherford Fyke, International Studies Gordon Lee Gent, International Studies and Spanish Elizabeth Lauren Glenn, English Blake Crawford Gore, English and Political Science Chrystal Michelle Griffis, Biochemistry Hollie S. Hall, Philosophy Catherine Bentley Harris, Psychology Madeline Jean Holbert, English Melissa Ann Huling, Psychology Travis Brunson Jones, Biochemistry Roy Bradley Kellum, Jr, Mathematics John Ashley Kimble, Philosophy Olena Olexandrivna Koltko, International Studies Mary Mills Lane, Mathematics Charles Allen Laney, Mathematics Lori Beth Magee, English and Business Studies Mary Ellen Maples, English Jeffrey Barrett McCrary, Biological Science Tyler Eckert McLellan, Journalism Justin Rives Nicholas, History and Anthropolgy Sophie Rowan Nord, Liberal Arts Chinwendu Chioma Onwubiko, Biological Science Katherine Corwin Patterson, Political Science Jacob Lawrence Patton, International Studies Laura Kathryn Piazza, Biological Science William Dorsey Pieschel, Mathematics Elizabeth Anne Price, International Studies and French Amelia Arwen Purser, Biological Science Meredith Ashley Rhodes, English Shane Julia Richardon, English and International Studies Amy Rebecca Roebuck, English and Political Science Warren Shane Scara, Journalism and English Lesley Davina Schwalenberg, Psychology and French James Byron Shipp, Biological Science Robert William Sindelar, Chemistry Kathryn Marie Smith, English Anna Catherine Cabell Splaingard, Linguistics and English Keith Shands Studdard, Mathematics Thomas Michael Taff, History Ryan Christopher Tomlinson, Forensic Chemistry Paul Bowie Watkins, Jr., Psychology Luke David Wilson, Journalism phi beta La ppa ho i " I felt grateful to the faculty at this university who had supported me through my studies here. Several professors went above and beyond to give me opportunities to grow and excel. I just feel so blessed to be a part of this great university that fosters and awards academic excellence. " -Allison Ellzey Taylor Medalists The Marcus Elvis Taylor Memorial Medal is the highest individual academic award available at the University. It is received by less than 1% of the student body annually. To be eligible, one must attain at minimum 3.8 GPA and have a record of scholarship and service to the University. College of Liberal Arts tor IT PC: t nur Ovi it I C: t ' , tit ' Katie Brooke Bagley Austin McNees Barrett Allison Rene Ellzey Jennifer Diane Ellzey Chrystal Michelle Griffis Roy Bradley Kellum, Jr. Charles Allen Laney School of Business Administration Nicholas Scott Brown Bradley Webster Crawford William Scott Kitchens Russell Ellis Pennington Eugenia Marie McKee Powers School o f Engineering James Douglas Hankins, III Julie Rachelle Holden School of Applied Sciences Ashley Parker Hood Paige Marie Kinslow School of Accountancy Steven Morrow Bailey Meredith Ann Gore Callie Lee Lowrey Mary Ellen Maples Mary Elizabeth McGehee Rebekah Leigh Neal Anna Catherine Cabell Splaingard Elizabeth Whitney Sutliff Luke David Wilson Stephanie Suzanne Bishop Ray Beth Lamar Shepard Drew Landon Snyder Sara Ann Stevens Laura Ann Thompson Jessica Beth Landry David Lee Morgan Joli Wooldridge Nichols Amy Davis Rutherford Asylbk A. Osmonov School of Education Kelli Katrina King School o f Pharmacy Debralee Jefcoat Leslie Ann Randle Joy Elizabeth Wiman Steenkamp 102 [distinctions by Ryan U pshaw Jennifer Jernigan, daughter of Bobby and iJerolyn Jernigan of Madison, was crowned Miss (•University in February 2003. She is a junior marketing major and a native of Madison, Miss. Jernigan was born without most of her right hand, but she has transformed something that most would view as a disability into something positive. During her reign as Miss University, Jernigan has had the opportunity to speak to numerous audiences on her platform, ODDS or Overcoming Disabilities and Differences through Self-Esteem. While at Ole Miss, Jernigan has been involved with numerous organizations including ASB, College Republicans, Habitat for Humanity and Kappa Delta sorority. She was also named a Top Ten Beauty during her freshman year and crowned her sophomore year as Most Beautiful 2002. When she was crowned Miss University 2003, she was truly overwhelmed with emotion. " Ole Miss has been a part of my family for many years, and it has been the most rewarding experience to represent a place that I love at such a level. Any girl that is aspiring to become Miss University needs to go for it! " Jernigan traveled to Vicksburg this past July to represent Ole Miss at the Miss Mississippi pageant where she placed in the top ten. Miss ; Wr. ' Univers " I hope that I am able to encourage youth to gain faith in themselves to accomplish anything.. .no matter what hand they have been dealt. 9 -Jennifer Jernigan academics Section editor: Amy Patrick Section assistant: Mary-Grace Haynes The campus is filled with small, quiet nooks which students find perfect for studying in between classes. IO-r|dn A test of one ' s abilities or resources in a demanding but stimulating undertaking by Mary-Grace Haynes As your years as a college student pass by, many facets of your life change. Academics are the foundation of college and the eminent reason why we are all here. They are what challenge us. They challenge us to be successful today and in the future. Academics at Ole Miss challenge you to do your best, but at the same time, the ways in which you are challenged are so engaging that it sometimes feels like drudgery. You often feel, especially at those late night study sessions, as if you have been stretched to you intellectual limits. When you put students in an environment that encourages independent thought and open debate, introduce them to a world-class faculty, give them time to get to know each other and discover shared interest and goals and offer them access to whatever experts, technologies, meeting spaces, library materials and cultural resources they need, you become one of the most academically challenging colleges across the country. This is what Ole Miss is striving for. To be challenged academically is something that each student deserves and to live up to this challenge is the goal of the faculty and staff at this university. acade mics 1CH Dear Ole Miss Students, You will enjoy this edition - our 108th - of The Oie Miss. Our talented and creative student editors and writers of the yearbook staff have successfully chronicled a year in the life of Ole Miss. We began our 156th academic year by welcoming a record number of new students. Among our long-term goals have been to increase the number of bright, diverse and energetic students on campus. Looking through the photographs in this yearbook and reading the accomplishments of our students, you will see that we have been extremely successful in meeting that goal. The challenge of preparing you to play a key role in the future of Mississippi, the South and the nation is one that we have welcomed and met in all areas. We have made tremendous enhancements to our academic programs, our campus and our cultural enrichment programs. Our superb faculty is on the cutting edge as researchers and teachers of the next generation. They are both the foundation and the catalyst for the strengthening and renewal of our academic programs. Our campus provides a functional, beautiful, safe and nurturing environment. Our ongoing facilities projects and improvements are symbolic of the intellectual exploration going on within. This year marked our first academic year of making full use of the Ford Center for the Performing Arts. The addition of this wonderful facility to our campus has enhanced and strengthened the cultural enrichment opportunities for our community. : it is our sincere hope that as each of you peruse The Ole Miss, you will cognize that these years are merely the initiation of your journey into e larger world. We hope you will treasure this yearbook as a souvenir iif a profoundly important time in your life. Warmest regards, £U df [ i «3 " Robert C. Khayat Chancellor X t •v •i s |tter from the criancel lorllQ ' ajhaMlwill • As the new dean of the business school, Dr. Brian Reithel faces new challenges and sets high goals for the School of Business. When Brian Reithel earned his Ph.D. from Texas Tech University, he set his sights high; he wanted to work in an environment that combined high quality academics with a beautiful town and friendly people. Reithel found this perfect combination with Ole Miss and Oxford. When he signed on to the Ole Miss faculty in 1991, he was an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems and since that time he has quickly risen through the ranks of the administration. In addition to his teaching duties, Reithel has served as the department chair of MIS and Productions Operation Management, the associate vice chancellor of university relations, director of the Lott Leadership Institute, and he has served as the co-chair for the University ' s Sesquicentennial Celebration. Reithel was appointed as the dean of the school of business in July 2003. He feels that his 12 years of experience at Ole Miss have prepared him for this new leadership role. " I have been in the university administration for some time before I became the dean, " Reithel said. " These roles have presented me with many challenges so I haven ' t faced any unexpected administrational challenges since I have been the dean. " Just because Reithel has yet to face any major challenges does not mean that he is not pushing the School of Business Administration to excel. This is the best group of faculty that the school has had in the last 12 years, he said. " I am excited about the creativity in this group. When you have faculty like this, you can write your own future. The possibilities are almost without limit. " " Connected to Commerce " is the theme that Reithel set for the school. During his tenure as dean, he wants to re-invigorate the Business Alumni Chapter, involve the Business Advisory Board and increase visits to friends of the school and University. The duty of any dean is to maintain a connection between the students, department and the business world, Reithel said. By revising the MBA and Ph.D. programs, Reithel feels that his goal of improving the school will fall into place. As the dean, Reithel said that it is his responsibility to see that changes are lOfllaCKicmics by Nick Simpson implemented in an appropriate manner. Upon graduation, Reithel said his academic career arose from wanting to be involved with a dynamic specialty, and his choice to be a university professor came from understanding that he could serve others as a teacher. Of all the rewards that one can receive as an educator, Reithel said that his most rewarding experiences come when students return to Ole Miss and tell him how the education they received from the University has impacted their lives. " When I became dean, I had to reduce my personal teaching commitment, which saddened me personally, but now I teach on a different level, " Reithel said. " A big part of my job is to ask questions, to find a new path. I help the school to realize its full potential. It is awe-inspiring to see things from my seat. " Reithel said that he has had many wonderful experiences at Ole Miss and in Oxford, but his role in the University ' s Commitment to Excellence campaign was the most rewarding. His favorite aspect of the campaign was working with the extremely successful, focused individuals that took the campaign from paper and turned it into a victory for the University. Reithel likened the experience by earning a second Ph.D. He said that his first Ph.D. changed his life because of the academic challenges and the doors of possibility that it opened for him. After the campaign, which raised almost $526 million for the University ' s endowment, Reithel said that, in his opinion, everyone involved had earned a Ph.D. in " doing good with great people. " Despite all of the programs that Reithel has taken part at Ole Miss, he said that the Commitment to Excellence campaign had the greatest impact on the University. " It was amazing and so uplifting to work with all the people involved in the campaign. We worked to bring about a brighter future for Ole Miss, " Reithel said. " I know it sounds corny, but through this effort, we transformed the campus. There wasn ' t a part of the University that we didn ' t affect and I was able to be there. It made us believe in good, and it brought it all home. " A. V These students converse about their job choices. Career day gives students a glimpse into the future that lay ahead. what am i going to when 1 grow up? Filling out an application is this student ' s first step to getting a job. An employer voices the benefits of his company to an interested student. llOi academics NO FOOD OR DRINKS u i phowi by Haley MeCay i Jennifer O ' Neal, a real estate major from Jackson, Miss., speaks with an employer about a future job opportunity. Christopher Lee, a junior from Tupelo, Miss., and LaTanya, a senior from Pearl. Miss., contemplate which future employer to visit first. Career day was an opportunity for me to get a head start on a w job search. -De ' Marco Hodges, a junior from Tupelo, Miss. - dai) | 111 expanding thtflo Q | Education students listen to a lecture being given by new staff member Dr. Carolyn Adams. The Desoto campus is home to third and fourth year students. 112 l.icaoemics ■ 4R J 1 A ground-breaking ceremony was held at the DeSoto Center in honor of the expansion project. Included on the guest list were Chancellor Robert Khayat and Provost Carolyn Staton. The DeSoto Center at Southaven is making changes as well as additions to its campus. Many exciting changes are underway at the University of Mississippi ' s DeSoto campus located in Southhaven, Miss. From expansions to a new master ' s degree program, the DeSoto Center, in conjunction with Northwest Mississippi Community College, offers an excellent education for third and fourth year students. The existing DeSoto Center facility is currently going through a 47,000 square foot expansion. The expansion will include a new bookstore for student convenience, more classrooms, science labs, distance learning classrooms, two comput- er labs and office space for administration and staff. Along with these additions, the DeSoto Center has added five new faculty members: Dr. Carolyn Adams, education; Dr. Robert Cosenya, marketing; Dr. Bud Hamilton, management; Sherri Williams social work and Robyn Caldwell, RN, MSN, site " The DeSoto tenter faculty and staff are excited about the new educational opportunties for our students. " Ilr. Bonnie lliinliii. DeSoto Center Director by Amy Patrick coordinator nursing. A new master ' s of science is now offered at the DeSoto Center for the first time in environmental engineering. Students take 12 hours of required core courses and 18 hours of selected courses from the individual student. For students who wish to recieve a quality education but also wish to attend community college first, NWCC and the DeSoto Center are the perfect choice. A student can take night courses and still maintain a job or contribute to his community. Although the center appeals mostly to adults going back to school to recieve a bachelor or master ' s degree, the DeSoto Center is looking to appeal more to younger students that wish to attent a two-year senior college. The center is dedicated to its students by offering the best education while not being too far from home. desoto cen ter 11 Appreciation to students of the UM Tupelo Center was given by faculty at a social meet and greet event. by Amy Patrick A meet and greet was held at the Tupelo campus of the University of Mississippi to show student appreciation. The gathering took place in the front lobby of the Tupelo Center. Students could come and go before and after classes as well as in between breaks from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Pam Hutcheson, regional admissions counselor for the Tupelo campus, said several hundred students came to the event. " It was a chance to show appreciation to the students. Our registration system was down and buying books has been a hassle for them. Also, it was around midterms, " she said. Door prizes were given away to students. They included football tickets to Ole Miss games. " We gave away football tickets to our students during meet and greet because they do not really get a chance to go to Ole Miss ' main campus and get their football tickets, " Hutcheson said. The Tupelo campus is located in Tupelo, Miss. According to the Office of Outreach, the current enrollment is 410 afternoon and evening students. Tupelo also offers graduate degrees in elementary education, counselor education and environmenta engineering. A student waits for class to begin on a sunny Wednesday afternoon. im Anderson, a business major, and Dr. AletaAli. assistant professor of management, chit chat at Tupelo ' s meet and greet. 114 1 academics frfft! lUttfii . liiiMi u jimnii Hiui Amy Patrick tup elo 11 Ole MissTae Kwon Do members show the audience how it ' s done. Ryan Miller, a recent graduate of Ole Miss, sang Cowboy Song while playing the guitar. The movie The Ring inspired the boys of Phi Beta Sigma to perform this step show for International Night. lie, [academics An entertainment-filled evening honoring and celebrating Ole Miss ' diversity gives students and community members a dose of culture. by Julie Wong Held in the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts, International Night 2003 honored, recognized and celebrated diversity. Sunday, Oct. 26 was an evening filled with diverse entertainment, international cuisine and friends representing countries from around the world. According to guest speaker Dr. Thomas D. Wallace, Vice-Chancellor for Student Life, the Ole Miss campus is blessed with a student body representing 62 foreign countries. " Our students get a chance to interact, learn and know; most of all, they get a chance to get to know people who are different from themselves, " Dr. Wallace said. Held by the International Student Organization, the festivities ' hosts were Katie Brown and Twaun Samuel. An audience of over 700 students and community members attended the evening, which began with a performance from the Ole Miss African Drum and Dance Ensemble. Seven dancers from the organization Steps to Success performed a contemporary dance entitled Progression Soul. Native Texan and recent Ole Miss graduate Ryan " I can ' t think of a more wonderful opportunity than to be in this one room and experience the world on stage, bridging the cultural gap among countries, " - Kumar Gaurav ISO President Miller played the guitar and sang an American song about a cowboy. The evening included a demonstration from the Tae Kwon Do Team. Despite the slippery stage floor, the 10-member team expertly demonstrated Olympic-style Tae Kwon Do moves. The night ' s performances included a Nigerian dance by two members from the Society of University of Mississippi African and Caribbean Students and an Indian dance entitled Sardana by the members of the India Association. In addition to these dances, the audience enjoyed a step show from six members of the fraternity Phi Beta Sigma, which was chartered at Ole Miss in 1975. The step show performance was an interpretation based on the movie The Ring. Members of the audience also heard a Nepalese pop song, Musu Musu Hasideau. Closing out the performances was an international fashion show. The evening ' s cultural event ended with audience members sampling foods from different countries. international ni ht 117 I k ■ f ' j T sjfig .. See ya later alligator- Sara Alice Hill, a senior fine arts major, finishes her handbuilt alligator. Whether you are working with coil or slab clay, you are going to get your hands dirty in ceramics class. Clayton Pollarde, a senior fine arts major, throws his pot on the wheel to get the exact shape he wants for his project. 8 I academics getting down to Fencing, producing and art are just a few examples of the hands-on classes that Ole Miss has to offer. by Mary-Grace Haynes From science labs to fencing, Ole Miss students are taking learning to a different level. Hands-on learning has been a hot concept in classrooms across America for years, and now, more than ever, Ole Miss students are reaping the benefits. Chemistry labs, fencing classes , broadcast producing classes and ceramic classes are just a few of the many hands-on learning opportunities at Ole Miss. Hands-on learning provides learning by doing and helping students obtain the skills they need outside of the book. Learning can occur through many different facets-work, play and class. Hands-on learning is a great way for teachers to evaluate their student ' s comprehension of a subject and helps students enhance critical thinking skills. In laboratories, through fieldwork, while conducting research with faculty and during internships in a variety of careers, Ole Miss students learn practical applications for their scholastic studies. The hands-on curriculum also provides a wonderful environment for evaluating and testing your classroom knowledge. " My invertebrate zoology class requires a lot of memorization. The hands-on experience in lab helps me have a more in depth look at what we are studying, " said Curt McLellan, a biology major from Madis on, Miss. The biology department is one of the many science outlets on campus that allows students to gain a greater understanding through hands-on work. " You not only want a person to read a book or hear a lecture, but to practice what they learn as well. You don ' t just learn by listening. Hands-on practice can be very effective in fully comprehending Ever wanted to learn how to fence? Well, now you can! The University offers fencing classes which teach you proper foot and blade work. fencing rules and equipment repair. You can also gain instruction in three types of fencing weaponry: foil, epee and sabre. what you learn in the classroom, " said chemistry lab instructor and manager Kerri Scott. hands on classesMJf tlM nittf ritt (continued from p. 119) Science courses are often taught with labs that allow teachers to test the material they have taught during lecture. Science can be hard to comprehend at times and labs are used on campuses across the country to further the understanding of such a subject. However, many other departments on campus offer hands-on courses to the students. Art professor Ron Dale teaches several hands-on classes within the art department ranging from beginning ceramics, pottery, handbuilding and advanced ceramics. The hands-on courses are supplemented with demonstrations and slide lectures about art history and contemporary art. Dale said, " The students who enroll in these courses are very interested in working with their hands. The hands-on experience allows them to create works that reflect their ideas. " Hands-on classes provide students with an outlet for creativity that can become stifled in the lecture classroom setting. The opportunity to interact with other students and ideas allow students to better understand the material. " I was able to learn a lot about staying fit and how different muscles were affected through my aqua aerobics class, " said Drew Bagley, an exercise science major from Bay St. Louis, Miss. Ole Miss is constantly looking for areas to expand their hands-on learning techniques. Hands-on learning has supplemented courses across campus for years. Students have been affected by the technique and have given very positive responses. Dr. Brad Shultz ' s broadcast journalism class records a broadcast from the cemetary. Lorrie Lyon and Karen Clabough prepare to go on air in the control room. IZOiacademics Yuan Lou, a chemistry major, turns to the birds for this lab spencer experiment. Natalie Gomez, a junior chemistry major, pays careful attention to her lab experiment. hands on classes!]!] BHi I T w 122 academics Uptown Coffee has become a new favorite place to study among Ole Miss students. by Amy Patrick It ' s the smell of a hot cafe latte. It ' s the sound of papers rustling and laptop keyboards clicking. Uptown Coffee, a cozy little coffee shop located off the Square, has become Ole Miss students ' favorite new place to study. During midterms, finals and regular class exams, there are always people gathered for study groups or by themselves in a quiet corner studying. Nancy Wilson, a senior business major from Shreveport La., said, " The atmosphere is very relaxing. " There are numerous caffeinated choices to choose from for a late night cram session as well as yummy treats in case a midnight snack is called upon. " There are over 100 cups of coffee sold after 6 p.m, " said Jennifer Whitt, an Uptown employee. For those with a paper due, just bring a laptop because Uptown has Internet access. The Internet is wireless, and all you need is a wireless Internet card. Some people enjoy studying at Uptown because it doubles as a social scene. A lot of people study there during the week, it is always likely you will see someone you know. Also, if you are the type of person who enjoys background noise while you study, Uptown is the place to be. There ' s the sound of coffee machines, people talking in the background and sometimes music. " It ' s a bit noisy, like a constant hum, unlike the library where I look up at every little noise, " said Sara Thorn Williams, a junior dietetics and nutrition major from Columbus, Miss. According to Whitt, Uptown is pretty busy during the week; with lots of students studying. " On average there are about 15 to 20 students studying after 6 p.m. " She also said that Uptown ' s busiest nights were Sunday through Wednesday. Getting a head start on studying for the week, Sara Thorn Williams, a junior dietetics and nutrition major from Columbus, studies Sunday night. uptown cof fee 123 lghllong Late night is a term every Ole Miss student is familiar with, but these students give it a whole new meaning. by Kelley Hunsberger Every Monday night between 6 p.m. and midnight you can find Ole Miss student Heather Owens in the same spot, behind the circulation desk of the Science Library. Owens has been working there since January of her sophomore year. " I really enjoy it. It ' s a nice job. They are considerate of my time constraints, " said Owens, who is now a senior and is majoring in chemical engineering. She added that by working at the Science Library she, " gets to meet a lot of people. " Like numerous other students at Ole Miss, Owens ' day doesn ' t end when her last class is over and as the sun goes down. Instead, between jobs and studying, many students are up half the night, leaving little time for sleep. Owens did express concern that her job does sometimes conflict with her classwork and her sleeping habits. " It does get in the way of my studying, " she said, adding that she doesn ' t always have access to all the materials she needs at the Science Library and that sometimes her work schedule conflicts with group meetings for various projects. As a result, she usually has to go home and study, leaving her only four to five hours a night for sleep. She said that most of the time she is tired the next day. Owens is not alone. From residence hall desk workers, to Cobra Security workers, to those students simply studying and working on projects, hundreds of Ole Miss students are staying up late and burning the midnight oil. In return they are sacrificing their sleep. Laura Houston, editor of The Daily Mississippian, works, along with her staff of section editors, copy editors and page designers until after midnight each weeknight. " If we are doing a football section we usually see the sunrise, " said Houston, a journalism major from Tupelo, Miss. " It ' s common for us to have study sessions down here. " Freshman Web Raulston said that his sleeping and studying habits have changed a lot since his high school days. " I use to go to bed at 11 p.m. and be up at 5:45 a.m. to get to school. Now I don ' t go to bed until four in the morning, " said Raulston, a business major from Chattanooga, Tenn. He also said that he has had to practice better time management. Not all students, however, consider the late hours to be a problem. Kim Minton, a junior chemistry and biochemistry major from Salem, III., works the front desk of Martin Hall every Sunday and Monday night until midnight and said that she doesn ' t mind the late hours. " I ' m normally a night person. Usually the people that work at night are, 2.- lacademii s Jack Cunningham, a freshman biology major from Mobile, Ala., is escorted out of the girls dorm by Cobra Security officer Steve Schaefering, a freshman computer engineering major from St. Louis, Mo. campus ar np all i igl long (continued from p. 124) and they enjoying working at night. " She added that although she can ' t do any heavy studying, their are other things she can accomplish while working at the desk. " I might do door tags, " Minton said, " but not heavy studying. The hours that I work are before visitation ends. I wouldn ' t be able to concentrate. " All 14 campus dormitories keep their front desk open until four in the morning, and there must be one person working at the desk at all times. According to Minton, the dorms quiet down after visitation ends and between the hours of two and four in the morning you can really get a lot of studying done. You can also spot many students out late because they are working for Cobra Security, keeping the campus safe at night. Wayne Mills, president and owner of Cobra Security said there are a lot of factors that dictate how many employees they have around campus each night. " It depends on what is going on, such as football games, coliseum events, concerts, etc, " said Mills. They do have employees working from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. each night at Weir Hall ' s newly renovated 24-hour computer lab, a place where you can usually find students working at anytime of the day or night. The University of Mississippi may just be a campus that never sleeps. Christopher Lee Gregg, a sophomore management information systems major from Athens, Ala., works on a project in the 24-hour computer lab. 125 . i .1. lemu ■■ photos by Am Patrick Shannon Kelly, a junior biology major from Brandon, Miss., checks in Mae Hanafee, a freshman merchandising major from Jackson. Tenn., and Ian Turner, a freshman from Columbus, Miss.. at the Stockard dorm. Late night studying is not a new trend for Amy Youngblood, a senior biology major from Tupelo. Miss. We usually see the sunrise. ■ Laura Houston The Daily Mississippian Editor 7 campus after d ark. 12 • u The theater department was all jazzed up this year with performances including Chicago, A Christmas Carol, Steel Magnolias, Isn ' t It Romantic, Crown of Thunder and Showstoppers. a great honor to direct for this university because we have so many talented actors and designers that I feel it truly prepares me the theater worl -Sara Bergandi, a senior theater major from Greenville, South Carolina and student director of Isn ' t It Romantic 31 Ned Yoousef played Scrooge in the 2003 production of a A Christmas Carol. 2S academics Mark Wakely as Amos makes a false confession to Ryan Pest. photos by Robm Fr« thea ter ] 12 I loved my venture and I know I would not have gotten the chance to experience the horse breeding culture if I had not been for the Honors College. The venture, as a research project, was so successful because I got to physically be there and experience it. In a dorky way, I really found my venture fascinating--from the interviewing to the Lexington community. In fact, our group loved it so much we are trying to go back for the Kentucky Derby in May - but we ' ll se 5 ■Lauren Freeman Linda Greenlaw uses this lobstering equipment at her home in Maine. The students spend some time familiarizing themselves with the lobstering equipment. Patrick Kieffer and his ventures group stayed with Linda Greenlaw in Maine. One freshmen group stayed off the coast of Maine on their ventures trip. 15 1 aca demics I From the coast of Maine to the city that never sleeps, students from the McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College experience once in a lifetime trips to cities around the United States. This group is at the fish market in NewYork. Ashley and Kim enjoy New York ' s fine dining. One ventures group went to NewYork City and saw Times Square and the Brooklyn Bridge. freshman ventu res m | carefrffltftfention Two Ole Miss students tell their stories of being a carefree studfl t and a dedicated student and how is affects their social lives ante When I am not in class, I am usually asleep. My journalism class that meets on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays is usually an absence for me. Stockard to Farley is a long way to walk. My time is usually spent bonding with my pillow or relating to what Katie and Matt have to say on The Today Show - now there is real journalism for you. My Tuesday and Thursday classes do not culminate until approximately 11 a.m., so I am usually asleep until then recuperating from a long night before. My political science class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon is usually a bore, so my time is better spent in the Union having a long lunch and unwinding from rigorous earlier 8 a.m. class. I think class attendance is important, however, overloading the learning process can cause a meltdown of the entire educational process. For this reason, I only go to journalism once a week, and never go to political science (too boring). Much more can be learned from the comfort of one ' s room reading the assigned text. Moreover, the exciting nightlife in Oxford, which is only one or two bars a freshman can get into, is so tempting, who wants to spend their first year here with their nose constantly in a book? I would rather go experience a Monday night at Billiard ' s Club or a great concert at The 1 2 | .id demii s " I ' ll be here for five years anyway, I have plenty of time to study. " Library. Of course, if one is a part of a Greek organization, as am I, there is always swaps and other functions to attend; providing even more incentive to stay in your dorm room and let it wear off until the next day. If class attendance is necessary, then I would recommend going and participating as much as possible, regardless if you know the information or not. This could possibly help with the generosity the professor may have when assigning grades (giving out points). The bottom line here is this, enjoy your time here at the University of Mississippi as best as possible and how you see fit. This may mean that you may not be here as long as the rest of us, but hey, you had a good time hanging out. For those of us who will be here a long time, and those who are new, don ' t hesitate to look us up and ask for any advice we have on skipping class, passing class and having a good time. Heck, this is Ole Miss, a place to go to class and earn an education, but also a place to skip class and have a good time! -Hotty Toddy I Blake Parsons Freshman journalism major from Collierville, Tenn. ..., -•; ' My first class starts at 9 a.m. I usually wake up early, so that I can review my notes, read through my textbooks or any required reading and try to start any work that is due soon. I usually do this at the Honors College, because it is on the route to my first class and because |t is open 24 hours a day. I generally spend about an hour reviewing, studying or working. On londays, Wednesdays and Fridays, my first class is iiology 160, followed by Honors 101 at 10 a.m., and Chemistry 115, which is at 11 a.m. After :hemistry, I take a break for lunch and relax a bit. Three days a week, I meet with my conversation )artner for an hour in the afternoon. I volunteer for program which arranges native English-speaking student to meet with foreign students. The purpose }f this program is to help foreign students adjust to their new environment, and to help them improve their English. After meeting with my conversation partner, I read over some of my textbooks, and fulfill and reading requirements for Honors 101 or anthropology. I take a short break, and then work on chemistry [questions. Once I am finished with this, I eat dinner and take a short Ibreak. Since many of my friends are majoring in science fields like I lam, we often have study groups at night in the Honors College or the dorm study rooms. We quiz each other and discuss concepts to help ensure that we know the material. If one of us is having difficulty with a certain area, we try to help him or her. On Tuesday nights, I sometimes go to Catholic Student Association, but I am usually too busy. I do, however, volunteer as a Eucharistic minister, lector and altar server at the masses. On Wednesday nights, there is a chemistry help session, which I always attend. I also volunteer for events, such as setting up the Honors College tent before " I would estimate that I spend about six hours a day studying and doing homework. " home games, and taking it down following the end of the game. I would estimate that I spend about six hours a day studying and doing homework. I have been studying more these past few days because final exams are approaching. These past couple weeks, I have studied approximately seven hours, and worked on homework and assignments for an extra two hours. There is a lot of work to do right now, both studying and research, and it is important that I get it done. Studying does affect my social life. The weekend before a biology exam, I don ' t usually engage in any social activities. Instead, I study. I also avoid going out on week nights. I have morning classes and want to be awake and alert so that I can learn more from the lectures and take better notes. However, I do often study with my friends, which I suppose could be considered social, because we do so in large groups. I have actually made a large number of my friends through these study sessions. I make every effort to go to Wesley. Although it is a religious organization, it is also a social gathering. It is an opportunity to meet and chat with friends that I am not a able to see most of the time, because we do not share any classes. My GPA is a 3.0 at the moment. I know I will be able to raise it. I am taking 18 hours, which is very taxing, and it requires a great deal of effort and knowledge which I am still becoming used to. Overall, I am happy with my grades, and I am working to improve them. I enjoy being a student immensely and wish to make the most of my time here at Ole Miss. -Mary Catherine Boehmer, Freshman thfcreakin Finals can be quite stressful. These are some tips to help Ole Miss students keep their sanity. by Kelley Hunsberger Finals. It is one of the most stressful times of the year for any Ole Miss student, but are what separate us from such great things as winter vacation, summer vacation and for every senior, graduation. " Finals are stressful because they come at a time when everything is wrapping up, and life in general just gets way too hectic. You have to find time just to prioritize everything, " said senior psychology and journalism major Julie Wong from Ridgeland, Miss. They can also be stressful because they can really make or break a student ' s grade in a class. " By the time you are a senior finals become so stressful because they can affect whether or not you graduate, " said Dustin Burton, a senior music major from Little Rock, Miss. Tips for staying de-st ressed during finals week: 1 . Eat and sleep enough. 2. Take breaks every two hours. Watch television, surf the web or do anything else that will take your mind off exams for little while. " I like to play PlayStation to get my mind totally off exams, " said Burton. 3. Once you take the exam, forget about it, there is nothing you can do about it once it is over. Concentrate on the next one. 4. Just remember, they will be over soon. " What keeps me grounded is knowing that after only one stressful week finals are done, " said Wong, " And you just move on. " 10 Things Worse Than Studying For Finals 10. MSU ' s Football Team 9. The ABC 8. The crazy missionary at the Union 7. Scary Movie 3 6. Getting Impeached by the ASB 5. A hangover 4. Driving down Jackson Avenue 3. Parking on campus 2. Running out of cold beer right after midnight 1. Losing to LSU I Vnaca dcmii s Jessica Malpass and Sara Jones, first year law students, study for finals in the library. MPWf m m llll.J-. ISS Asking for help isn ' t easy, but some Ole Miss students are making it a little easier through peer tutoring and after school programs for elementary school kids. Ole Miss students are putting in a helping hand for other students by participating in tutoring and after school programs. There are several tutoring services in Oxford including Cotton Tutoring, Rebel tutoring, 4.0 Tutoring and Leap Frog. Ashley Mcleod, a junior accounting major from Mobile, Ala., said, " I tutor because I need the money and I get a chance to help my fellow students at the same time. " Mcleod tutors at Cotton Tutoring. They offer help in just about every academic area including chemistry, economics, business calculus, college algebra and just about every other math and science subject. Cotton Tutoring helps college students as well as high school and middle school students. Rebel Tutoring was founded by Dave Robertson, a staff member at the University of Mississippi. " I originally created the service for college age students but we are also helping by Amy Patrick high school students, " he said. Graduate students tutor at Rebel Tutoring in the math and science fields. Leap Frog is a volunteer after school program started by Barbara Lowe where college students interact with elementary level students. It involves tutoring, enrichment and driving the students home after Leap Frog is over. Tutoring at Leap Frog calls for the college student to help the children with their homework. The enrichment program lets the volunteers play with the student while teaching them valuable social skills. Some volunteers drive the students home after the program is completed so that their parents who work do not have to pick them up. Leap Frog is a good learning experience for the college-aged, as well as the elementary students. • Children from the Leap Frog program listen to Christmas stories with their tutors at Square Books Jr. Ole Miss Student. Ashley Mcleod, a junior accounting major, helps another student at Cotton Tutoring. A tutor holds her student while Dr. Seuss ' The Cat In The Hal is read. student teach ers l 7 , Next time you ' re in a bookstore look up one of your professors, you might just find that he or she is an author too. it by Amy Patrick Ole Miss professors are doing more than just assigning papers and grading tests. Many of them are well known in the literary world as authors or editors. From non-fiction to journals, Ole Miss professors have it covered. Journalism professor and Hederman Lecturer Dr. Samir " Mr. Magazine " Husni, published two books last year - volume 18 of his annual Samir Husni ' s Guide to New Consumer Magazines and also Selling Content, which is a book on magazine design and marketing. In addition to these books, Dr. Husni has published several articles on subjects relating to the magazine industry. " Faculty should always practice what they preach, " Husni said. " Being an author, a writer and a journalist can only manifest itself through your writings and articles. " If I ask my students to write and publish, I must set a good example for them. Journalism is based on passion more than anything else. Writing and publishing is a mere reflection of that passion. I hope when our students see our work, it will add a bigger dash of passion to their love of journalism and education. " A chapbook of poems is English professor Ann Fisher-Wirth ' s specialty. Her poems titled The Trinket Poems were runners-up in the Quentin R. Howard Chapbook Competition. " It feels great to have these poems published. I am loving every bit of the process of traveling around, giving readings, selling books and being reviewed, " Fisher-Wirth said. " Poetry has always been my first love, and now I know I ' ll keep writing poems for the rest of my life. " Until about 10 years ago, most of Fisher- Wirth ' s writing was mainly academic including a book on William Carlos Williams and essays on various writers. She has recently published a book titled Blue Window. Professor of English David Galef has published numerous collections over the years. " Besides being an academic, I am a shameless hack, which means I write for almost anyone who pays me and even for some places that don ' t, " he said. In the past year, Dr. Galef has published a few poems, written an essay for The Yale Review, had a piece on diction in Verbatim, the language quarterly, came out with a monograph on the author ProfeSSOr Of English Madison Smartt Bell for the Dictionary of Literary Biography and wrote a preface for a book on teaching English in Japan. He has also written a short story collection called Laugh Track and he has recently finished his third novel. " Two-thousand and three was more a piecemeal year. I enjoy writing and sharing it with others as much as I like teaching, " he said. John T. Edge, director of the Southern Studies Foodway ' s Alliance at the University ' s Center for the Study of Southern Culture, was featured on " Tyler ' s Ultimate " on the Food Network to promote his third book " Fried Chicken: An American Story. " This book is the first of a four part series on American food icons. I am loving every bit of the process of traveling around, giving readings, selling books and being reviewed. " - Ann Fisher-Wirth I5fllai ad L Lhope when our students see our work, it will add a bigger dash of passion to their love of journalism. education. W John T. Edge, director of Southern Foodway ' s Alliance and Tyler Florence of the Food Network ' s " Tyler ' s Ultimate " fry chicken in Edge ' s back yard. -Dr. Samir Husn " Mr. Magazine " s t c«„™ Professor of Journalism " Mr. Magazine. " talks about the art of selling magazines. published profess ors iy by Palmer Houchins Having to wait in lines for hours in order to physically register for classes are a thing of the distant past, as evidenced by the regularity at which those stories flow out of the parent of a college student ' s mouth. For today ' s college student, the woes of registering for classes and other routine tasks can quickly turn into nightmares, even when done electronically. From problems like irregular hours of system operation to just having to remember a clumsy PIN number, the ingredients for a semester ' s worth of headaches seem to always be there. Ole Miss made an attempt to cure some of those ills when the University launched its all new Campus Management (CM) system last spring, replacing the dated legacy system. Using software from German company, SAP, the world ' s largest business information systems company, Ole Miss implemented a campus-wide student information system for students and faculty alike. The most noticeable change is a set of totally new web interfaces that allow users to perform tasks like applying to Ole Miss and paying tuition, all online. The system also handles a variety of other data, ranging from a student ' s contact information to course credits to class registration. " I think the program is very good, " senior Justin Elam said. " It allows any student with an internet connection to look up class schedules, get grades, view bursar balance, view holds and find open classes. " It ' s those services that distinguish this new system from the old one, according to CM Project Manager Kathy Gates. " One of the limitations of the old system was that it didn ' t offer many web-based services, " Gates said " With this new system, we are able to provide a number of those web-based services, none of which we have had the luxury of offering before. It really is the next generation of campus information systems. " In fact, Ole Miss is on the cutting edge of this technological advancement. The University was chosen by SAP to be the North American pilot site, making Ole Miss the first university on the continent to use the system. " It ' s really cool that Ole Miss is one of the first academic institutions to test the system. We sort of get a leg up on other universities, " Elam said. While the University had the privilege of being one l+O {academics of the first university ' s with this caliber of a system, there are also some downsides to accompany that. " When you become a pilot, you commit to certain things. One of those is to identify bugs, " Gates said. " While nothing major have has gone wrong, we have had to deal with some minor problems, but I think we are past all of that. The start of this spring semester was smooth. " Though its name " student information system " may lead one to believe that the new system solely caters to Ole Miss students, that ' s not the case. The faculty and staff are also enjoying its benefits. " The main advantage I see with this system is that you can get all the information you need, right when you need it, " professor of medicinal chemistry John Williamson said. " It ' s really nice considering that when advising before this system the best you could hope for was a pile of papers listing advisees. Now all that information is just a few clicks away. " Williamson lauded the efforts of Gates and the other IT staffers. He said that their openness to suggestions has been a major perk. For example, Williamson suggested that advisors be able to access photos of the students they advise. Gates took the tip and made it part of the system. " This way when the student walks in your door, you don ' t have that confused look on your face, " Williamson said, laughing. Despite the system ' s stellar performance thus far, students have still expressed some minor grievances. " Signing up for classes on this one I feel like I ' m having to hack into the CIA or something with all the passwords, codes, and usernames I have to remember. To me, that ' s the only downside, " senior Nathan Best said. Williamson said that on a few busy days he has experienced some lag time, but considers the slowdown one of the system ' s " growing pains. " Overall, response to the new system has been positive and understanding. " I like the new system as far as it showing you all the sections of a class at once. All in all, I think the switch was good. Technology changes, so we have to change with the times, I suppose, " Best said. Gates expects the system to last 15 years, a period of time that is considered an eternity in the computer world. In that time, she hopes to add a host of new features, like paying bills online and a degree progress feature, as well as exploring more advanced programs like PDAs in the classroom. I SAPlH-l i™ IT . 142 acade i M 1 academics 141 organizations Section editor: Julie Wong Section assistant: Crystel Cannon l+±Un An ROTC class gets ready to rappel down a tower. invo to influence or affect; emotionally committed; connected by participation or association by Julie Wong We all begin our college journey in hopes of defining ourselves. Some of us have an idea of who we want to be, while others desire to redefine their identities completely. Nonetheless, Ole Miss offers us the great opportunity to define ourselves in terms of others by being involved. From honorary societies and student government to recreational organizations and student media, Ole Miss campus organizations give us an array of choices to find our niche, feel a part of an important cause, to discover a sense of belonging. Though we are constantly striving to maintain a sense of individuality, gaining membership into an organization allows us to be true to ourselves while forming emotional ties and interacting with other students that have attitudes just like us, students that believe in accomplishing goals, celebrating our achievements, promoting community growth, and understanding our diversity. Through campus involvement, we find ourselves moving beyond self-interests and becoming more compassionate. In the process of voicing our exuding our own passions, we find ourselves working toward the objectives and aspirations of an entire group, a group, which you are a part of. Involvement in campus organizations furthers our potential to be future leaders and role models of our society. Being involved, we are able to define who we are. organizati ons 1-f student social work organization The Student Social Work Organization is a volunteer group through which students can develop a support network of peers, develop skills in organization, leadership and volunteerism, and provide social work visibility in the Oxford-University community. The organization also provides input into the department of social work ' s operations and offerings. President: David Knight Vice President: Laurie Lyn AhPing Secretary: Gabie Nordon Treasurer: Chaquita Shannon Members: Phylandria Hudson, Stephanie Simmons, Quana McKinney, Claudette Cage, Jessica Cox, Nicole Hunt, Christen Bevan, Elgalene Close, Marilyn Plunk, Leslie May, Katie Morgan, Melissa Ford- Caldwell, Aimee Whittle, Shauna Smith, Turice Harries, Takashi McCoy, Brittani Davidson, Carlea A. Morisak, Stephanie Cox, Joseph Dustin Cobb, Macy Worthem, Stephanie Stanfield, Tera Cooper, Latoya Maxwell, Keisha Curry, April Bailey, Kisha Burnett, Tara Oliver, Dorothy Elden, Stephanie Frasier, Samantha Stokes, Laronza Willery institute of transportation en g ineers rho epsilon The Chapter was founded after an interest meeting of students was held on April 12, 2001, in the University of Mississippi ' s Department of Civil Engineering with ITE member Mr. Bob Mabry of the Mississippi Department of Transportation. The chapter charter was presented by Mr. Jim Meads and Mr. Bob Mabry on Dec. 6, 2001, to the Chapter President, Ms. Lucy Phillips. President: Chas Smithers Vice President: Angie Mallette Sccretary:Priscilla Barton Treasurer: Brad I Iise Members: Brian Tenkhoff, Ryan 1 lolmes, Michael Hunter, Todd Mize, Chris Bryson, Christopher Martin, Marni Kendricks, Talbert Rea, Kim Tanner, Erin I Iargrove, Ryan Williams, Nathan Witt +6 org anizations Rho Epsilon is a national professional fraternity which encourages real estate, promotes interaction between real estate professionals and informs students and professionals on current issues. President: Christy Murrah Vice President: Sherret Bailey Secretary: Jennifer O ' Neal Public Relations: I lunter Todd Members: Jessie Jones, Brandon Taliaferro, Walt Sligh, Jack Effel, Scott Billingsley Clay Deweese, Brandon King, Thomas Welch orientation leaders Orientation leaders assist incoming parents and students with the transition to the University of Mississippi. In addition to helping students schedule classes, orientation leaders run small group meetings, participate in and lead " yell practice, " parent panels, check-in and check-out and entertainment. Orientation leaders are selected in November and train once a week during the spring semester. " Being an orientation leader gave me the chance to get to know a great group of people as dedicated to Ole Miss as I am. I loved helping new students feel at home in the Ole Miss family. " -Rebecca-Noel Bertrand Orientation Leaders: Jamie Burns (Graduate Assistant), Marc Walker, Que Chung, Trenisha Tallie, Rachel Harris, Anna Edwards, Kellie Bell, Jared Turner, Abby Hollander (Graduate Assistant), Precious Taylor, Rebecca-Noel Bertrand, Mary Grace Haynes, De ' Marco Hodges, Jennifer Dykes, Alex Clark, Whitman Smith (Director), Tyler Williams, Brandee Buntyn, Ryan Upshaw, Jennifer Quinn, Karen Sloan, Betsy Grear, Cory Williams, William Love, Chris Diltz, Steven Moore, Key Smith, Andy Erickson, Jabarie Glass, Dereck Barr. organizati ons h-f associated accoun ting student bod y The purpose of the Associated Accounting Student Body is to familarize students with the accounting profession and to enhance understanding between facult y and students. It also allows students to work with the administration in all matters affecting the welfare of accounting students and to promote the School of Accountancy and all its programs. The organization is open to any student who is dually registered in the School of Accountancy, preaccountancy or professional program or any student who is dually registered in the graduate program specializing in accountancy. President: Andrea Lewis Vice President of Administration: Shea Sides Vice President of Publicity: Casey Butts Secretary: Jamie Hart Treasurer: Carol Anne Marion Graduate Representative: Andrew Bryant american institute of- chemical en g ineers The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is a society for chemical engineering students that is one of many chapters nationwide. The Ole Miss chapter participates in local and national conferences yearly, and they hold various other activities on campus, such as National Engineering Week. In addition, they plan banquets with guest speakers, such as professional chemical engineers and tour chemical plants, refineries and other engineering companies around the area. President: Misty Pender Vice President: Tiffany Smith Secretary: Sarah Gates Treasurer: Greg Phelps Public Relations: Emily Faulk Web Master T-shirt Chairman: Dylan Roberts Members: David Morgan, Paul Jones, Logan Warren, Drew Havard, William Hartley, Gary MtVey, Kcnnon Butts, Kilwan Oyetunji, Jeremiah Hampton, Hunter Howell, Austin Harrison, Oandace Deer, Morgan MeLead, Brandon Boyd, Terranee Lion, Sam Love, Heather Owens 1 46 org anizations malaysian student association The Malaysian Student Association was founded in 1982 as a non-profit organization with the main purpose of cultivating and developing the relationship between fellow Malaysian students and other students at the University of Mississippi. Since its establishment, MSA has been a forefront figure in representing Malaysia at Ole Miss. MSA also offers a wide variety of activities throughout the school year to encourage bonding among members. President: Chun Hwa See Vice President: View Hune Teoh Secretary: Chin Min Teoh Treasurer: Kin Wee Pang Auditor: Lay Menn Khoo Webmaster: Ching Sia Lim habitat, for humanit y Habitat for Humanity offers students the opportunity to help build affordable housing alongside families who wish to become independent homeowners. Volunteers assist the construction of these homes on Saturday work trips, where construction experience is not necessary. Working with regional Habitat chapters in North Mississippi, local volunteers and Ole Miss students have the chance to paint, use power tools and aid in all areas of construction. In addition to the Saturday work trips, Ole Miss Habitat is involved in many fund-raisers. Volunteers also work to increase campus awareness of the issues of homelessness and social poverty. President: TaSheitha Butler VP of Volunteer Recruitment: Kantress Evans VP of Fundraising Webmaster: Nick Hendricks VP of Financial Affairs Public Relations: Christianna Jackson Secretary: Courtney Pierce american society of civil en g ineers The American Society of Civil Engineers is comprised of both undergraduate and graduate civil engineering students. ASCE is a great way for civil engineering students to interact with one another. ASCE also allows students to apply what they learn in the classroom to real life applications. Their annual activities consist of Habitat for Humanity, Adopt-a-Highway, tutoring, numerous field trips and the annual ASCE regional conference. In 2004, the Ole Miss ASCE chapter hosted the Regional Conference. President: Brian Tenkhoff Vice President: Ryan Holmes Secretary: Ryan Williams Treasurer: Chas Smithers Public Relations: Angie Mallette national asso ciation of — black j ournalists The National Association of Black Journalists was founded on Dec. 12, 1975. NABJ is an organization of students and media-related professionals that try to promote diversity in the newsrooms, honor excellence and outstanding achievement in the media industry and expand job opportunities and recruiting activities for established journalists and students interested in the field. President: Ronisha Covington Vice President: Chanda Roby Secretary Treasurer: Brandie Thomas Members: M.C. Corse, Christopher Franklin, Janna I lughes, Brad Hutchins, Christianna Jackson, Neely Lott, Willettc Thomas, Rosalyn Vinson; Faculty advisor: Dr. Flora Caldwell organizati ons i-f o Tau Beta Pi is the only engineering honor society that includes all fields of engineering. The Ole Miss chapter is the Mississippi Beta Chapter. The goal of Tau Beta Pi is to recognize those engineers that exemplify great scholarship and character. The Ole Miss chapter of Tau Beta Pi currently has 27 members. Its main community service activity is tutoring high school students in math and science. President: Chas Smithers Vice President: Corrie Tyner Secretary: Ed Woo Treasurer: Priscilla Barton Members: Jonathan Watts, David Morgan, Julie Holden, Tiffany Smith, Matt Sleep, Chris Ross, Chris Rials, Greg Phelps, Clark Griffith, Heather Owens, Jared Breland, John Talbert Rea, Lisa Jordan, Dan Pickering, Kevin Ochsner, Matt Kellum, Wes Rayburn, Erin Riess, Winter Vaughn, Bridget Knight, Kaumudi Atapattu, Matthew Aufinan chief ■ officers The Chief Emissary Officers are essentially the ambassadors for the School of Business. The CEOs participate in special events on campus, such as Fall Visit Day, Spring Visit Day and Scholor ' s Day. The CEOs also stay in contact with high school and transfer students by e-mailing and writing them in order to give the students an idea of what the business school has to offer. The CEOs give a human face to the business school and strive to present a positive image for prospective students. President: Tyndale Brickey Vice President: Casey Myers Secretary: Karley Timbes Special Events Coordinator: Sidney Allen Webmaster: Brandon Sherman Members: Michael Arnemann, Tom Caughhn, Ashley Crowley, Jessica Foster, Brian Hey, Cristen Hoag, Mike Jacobs, Julie Jones, Wilson Long, Salley McCullar, Caroline McKibben, Brad Morris, Tatum Noblitt, Cassie Norton, Chanda Roby, Laura Shirley, Maggie Turner, Jennifer L ' znik, Alexandra Wilkes, Dana Windham. Advisors: Dr. Ann Cantv, Ms. Kim Chrestman modelin The University of Mississippi Modeling Board is an organization united with different characteristics and backgrounds to strengthen and enhance the unity of the University. The University of Mississippi Modeling Board is made up of individuals from the University ' s community who seek to direct all facets of the school ' s culture. Members: Stephanie Cox, Benjamin Coleman, Lenta ' Bankbead, Devonne Gibbs, Chanda Roby, Christopher Powell, Sharo Perry, Christopher Kohner, Candyce Hayes, Candace Rimmer, Dominique McClellan, Tiffany Roby, Ashley Gibson, Lorna Frazier I IP org anizations order r QJ ome ga Members: Neely Lott Danielle Jones Shundral Hobson LaTanya Dixon Corey Palmer Amanda Baker Courtney Gregory Caroline Coley Whitney Gentry Laura Baker Lorrin Pruitt Emily Frye Jennifer Childers Laura Sheffield Justin Janaskie Lucas Marshall Jenna Blackwell Miriam Avery Lollie Britt Rebecca Darby Julie Novarese Katy Simmons Ferriday Mansel Allison Hutsell William Kitchens Ann Barrett Blackburn Elizabeth Stephenson Elizabeth Ford Lindsay Harper Julie Gentry Cnsten Haog Lauren Fowler Alex Clark Amy Allison Edwards Jordan Lancaster Brett Soldevila Ginny Stearns Lauren Persick Hollv Buntin Brandi Hewell Kimsey Troxler Sarah Teller Lila Lee Neely Tress McAlister Jennifer Jernigan Maribeth Porter Darcy Perkins Megan Wylie Marie Nix Lindsey Madison Lindsey Harrod Catherine Durst Alaina Bruford Sara Guthrie LauraLee Flemming James Schilling Robert Hines James McMurray Joseph Webster Joshua Pittman Barry Brousard Thomas Griesedieck Robert Foster Blake Bee Jennifer Jordan Madelyn Ayers Emily Evans Mamie Dean Chad Baskin Walter Jones David Long Denaya Butler Sonya Chapmann John Hester Preston Hugh Lee Smart Saunders Elizabeth Ann Andrews Laura Shirley Kate Hammond Brent Hardin Leann Wiggins Kinney McCarthy Carol Ann Marion Anne Russell Doug Penner NataJe R. Burns Ann Sims Thomas Luster Adam King Gretchen Copeland Sara Fay Peters Jamie Hart Kelly Grisser Michael Arnemann Amy Cardosi Burks Rogers Hayley Reed Jeffrey Fratesi Battle Ewing Elizabeth Thomas Ford Williams John L. Fuller Jennifer Germany Ransome Foose Makedra O ' Shun Ivy Mike Monsour Sarah Elizabeth Veazey Ryan Pratt Nathan Witt John Herzog Laura Piazza Joshua Whelan Greg Sartor Jens Rummler Clare Smith Michael Sirimaturos Gordon Gent Julie Jones Kathryn Smith Cynthia Mabrey Christina Galvan Tina Frangiamore Dianne Louise Wilson Morgan Card Meredith Padalino Jessica Foster Arthur McLaurin Rachael Willis Stewart Boyd Melissa Lauther Daniel White Jessica Banahan Leigh Newton Jonathan Duhon Elsa Jeanne Phillips Stephanie Kemper Camille Jones Ashley Nance Meagan Jeffries Katie Caldwell C.C. Robertson Emily Ferris Carter Anne Payne Ben Glenn Paul Pless Andrew Rauch Matthew Kwasek John Winford Matthew Storey Matthew Straatmann Anna Hill Ashley Parker Brooks Boylan Lonnie Williams Matthew Reid Davis Ryan Posey David Donaldson Lenwood Brooks Austin Jones Will Walker Christoper Zainey David Young Gordon Fellows Candies Wmfun John Parks Mary Clift Hitt Amanda Gail Douglas Andrea Cox Amanda Thomas Mary-Grace Havnes Linsey Stone Allison Williams Tyndale Brickey Shea Sides Cassie Norton Wendy Almon Julie Gardino organizati ons 15 1 senior varsity cheerleaders Martha Ellen Christopher Andrea Lewis Shannon Johnson Jenna Torjunsen Courtney Spahn Lana Barrentine Katie Boleware Benji Borrelli John Michael Hearne Clay Winberry Ross Gay EJ. Patterson James Phillips Cory Sims junior varsity cheerleaders Meg Jackson Mary York Mary Ann Barrett Mary Brandon Norman Oliver Lusco Laura Ann Mackey Christen Currie Darren Hillis Jake Lyons David Voyles Richie Tanner Jr. Carson Kisnor Jay Draper l 5l|org a ni . ill. ms junior varsity rebelettes Paige Blacker Meki Clark Brooke Feathers Abby Furr Betsy Grear Leslie Harper Carrie Hinson Brittany Horton Shannon Keys Kate Lowry Caroline Sledge Holly Whitaker Grace White student advancement foundation celebrity golf classic In 1996, Ole Miss experienced a tremendous loss when five outstanding students died in separate but equally tragic incidents. A committee of students decided something had to be done to keep the lives of these students embedded in the memories of Ole Miss students and alumni forever. The Student Advancement Foundation was created and is based on three principles: leadership, loyalty and scholarship. The Celebrity Golf Classic ' s purpose is to raise money for a scholarship created in memory of the five original students honored by the Student Advancement Foundation. Over the past eight years, they have memorialized 24 students. The board of directors volunteer to sell t-shirts, work at the celebrity golf classic and sell ads for the program. Board of Directors: President: TaSheitha Buder Vice President: Ryan Upshaw Celebrity Promotions Director Jill Waycaster Hospitality Director Shirlaurence Fair Tournament Co-Director Cassie Norton Tournament Co-Director Michael Arnemann Human Resources Director. Nicole Tisdale Marketing Advertising Co-Director Sara Dill Marketing Advertising Co-Director: Gregg Anazia Specific Area Liaison: Ashley Perryman Sponsorship Co-Director: Jabarie Glass Sponsorship Co-Director Meredith Spruill Public Relations Director Kezia Pigford organizati ons MS society for human resource management President: Paige Douglas Vice President: Ricky Flores Secretary: Latasha Metcalf Treasurer: Jacqueline Downing Membership PR: Jeff Wesson Project Director: Amra Kramo Program Director: Timothy Chrestman The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world ' s largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 175,000 individual members, the society ' s mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most essential and comprehensive resources available. As an influential voice, the society ' s mission is also to advance the human resource profession to ensure that SHRM is recognized as an essential partner in developing and executing organizational strategy. Founded in 1948, SHRM currently has more than 500 affiliated chapters within the United States and members in more than 100 countries. Members: Sarah Barber, Keshia Barnett, Ashley Bruce, Jennifer Childers, Erin Kelly, Stephanie Roberts, Daniel Seguin, Joe Swingle, Karley Timbes, Paige Zastoupil V: " -- ' - sch 9k na foe the g olden key P B . B H . 1 K ' 1 0 in i i - ' ■f H ■ ■ ■ M • TBr wB Haley McCay Golden Key International Honor Society seeks to honor top students in all courses of study. Membership is open to the top 15 percent of all juniors and seniors. President: Jennifer Ell ev VP Coaches vs. Cancer: Paula Clark VP Campus Awareness: Allison Ellzey Corresponding Secretary: Megan French Recording Secretary: Jessica Banahan Treasurer: Steffie Kemper Co-Historians: ( .assie Norton Ann Sims Co-Newsletter Editors: Jessica Foster MaryClift Ilitt Webmaster: Jennifer Usnik Advisors: Dr. Natalie Schroeder, Dr. Ron Schroeder 15- f org anizations engineering student body Hale McCa, The Engineering Student Body is committed in representing the interests of all engineering students and promoting engineering on the local and national levels. President: Ryan Holmes Vice President: Chas Smithers Secretary Treasurer: Brian Tenkhoff Advisor: Dr. James G. Vaughan Members: Margaret Barclwell, Priscilla Barton, Jacob Church, Kelly Jo Cooper, Jarod Dawson, Daniel Fout, Damien Gibbs, Allison Innman, Ashley Nations, Misty Pender, Stephanie Rice, Errol Sayre, John Walker, Ryan Williams, Max Woolsey It army rote The Ole Miss Army ROTC was established on March 11, 1936. Since inception, the program has commissioned over 1400 officers, many of whom have participated in every major conflict from World War II to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Thirteen graduates of the Ole Miss Army ROTC have attained the rank of general, and numerous others have distinguished themselves in the civic and business community throughout the state and nation. Two buildings on campus, Gerard Hall and Baxter Hall, are named in honor of members of the Ole Miss Army ROTC Hall of Fame who were killed in action during WWII. Ole Miss Army ROTC participates in numerous activities on and off campus. At each home football game, the cadets assemble the tunnel for the football team to storm through as they enter Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. After each Rebel touchdown or field goal, Ole Miss Army ROTC cadets fire the cannon, nicknamed " Miss Mary " after a quote from a University Grey who was killed in action during the Battle of Gettysburg. In addition to these activities, each year the Department fields a Ranger Challenge team. Much like intercollegiate athletic teams, these cadets train intensely for the physical and mental challenges of the competition. The cadets compete annually against 21 other schools throughout the Southeast at the Camp Shelby competition. Events include a physical fitness test, written exam, M16 rifle marksmanship, one rope bridge, hand grenade assault course, land navigation and a 10-km foot march with fully loaded rucksacks. This year, the team finished 7th amongst the 27 competing teams. Part of regular field training exercises, cadets rappelling down the 40-foot tower. Meredith Spencer participate in Earlier this year, Ole Miss Army ROTC participated in their annual lab exercise designed to familiarize cadets with Army Aviation operations. The Mississippi National Guard provided one UH-60 Blackhawk and one CH-47 Chinook helicopter to support this training. Each cadet was flown in one of the two types of aircraft around the Ole Miss campus and the Oxford area. Left to right: 2LT Patrick Wall, 2LT Matt Woolsey, CPTWalt Vinzant, CPT Harold H.Whiffen, Ms. Kat Robakiewicz. LTC Joseph Blackburn, MSG Harry Hentz, SFC Johnny Webb, MAJ Geoffrey Yoste. organizati ons 1 S. Gale Denley STUDENT by Julie Wong This year, the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center bids farewell to Farley Hall. After more than 30 years of calling Farley Hall home, the SMC will move to Bishop Hall with major plans in store. Future plans for the SMC include combining all parts of student media onto the same floor and a new convergence center. Recently renamed at a dedication ceremony in the Grove after its founding father, the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center provides hands-on, student- directed media experence. Over 200 students are involved with the SMC and produce The Daily Mississippian, The Daily Mississippian-onWne, The Ole Miss annual and Oxford Health and Fitness magazine. Also, the students manage Newswatch Channel 12 and Rebel Radio 92.1 FM. In MEDIA CENTER working! these forms of media, students had the opportunity to work with the SMC Convergence Project, which began during the 2002-2003 school year. Convergence is the coming together of all media in the same newsroom and is the future of news media. In progressing with the changing times, the SMC Convergence Project offers a multi-media newsroom so that students are trained in all areas of journalism. The convergence team had training in newspaper writing, radio production, web site development, digital photography and television news reporting. As one of its first projects, the convergence team focused on the state and local elections. All coverage, including articles and radio spots, was available to access via the DM-online. S. Gale Denley began fighting for a free and independent press for Ole Miss in the 1960s. ■ " There ' s a growing perception among middle-aged and older people that today ' s college students don ' t have much of a work ethic. They ' re wrong, and we have about 200 tail-busting students to prove it. " -Ralph Braseth, Director of Student Media 1 1 orgini . ill, hi-. student media center 157 rebeli. by Ricki Renick Out with the old and in with the new, since May of 2003, there have been some major overhauls done on 92.1FM Rebel Radio. The most noticeable is that they have done away with their old tag line " The New Music Alternative " and replaced it with " North Mississippi ' s New Music. " This year Rebel Radio held their first date auction to raise money for updating their equipment. Phi Kappa Psi along with Rebel Radio hosted the auction at the Phi Psi house. Twenty-five students, guys and ladies, including one of their very own DJs, Jersey, were auctioned off for one date. The date auction raised about $2,000 to go towards new equipment. Some of that money has been put to good use already by upgrading the speakers at the station and buying a new tent for the Grove. Rebel Radio provides great experience to its eight staff members and twenty-five DJs. It ' s the only radio station in the SEC that is commercially licensed. It was also named, at the beginning of the school year the 17th best college radio station in the nation by The Princeton Review. raaio 92.1 FM mtmm ■ ESI ' J m " M KiS fi , 1 i1Mb ' _ 1 W, A VI l :;t.«1 ) r feSH 1 H 8 - ■ ' 93 ' 1 1 J Trey Alexander announces the next auction date up for bid while at the Phi Psi house. The highest bid of the night was $150. Garrieth Calcote. Justin Cox and Chris Purser host a specialty show called Sportsline 92.1. DJ Lindsey Maddox speaks to her nighttime listeners. Air K ■r I 5fl org anizations " My favorite part of working for the station is being able to communicate with such a diverse group of people that I might not normally come in contact with. -Allison Adams, Station Manager Rebel Radio Sales Reps: Grant Brashier, Man Barksdale, Eric Coleman, larrod Estes. rebel radio 159 Front: Janna Hughes, Lorrie Lyon, Jennifer Jeansonne.Josh Rosa. Middle: Karen Clabough, Austin McGee, Chris Wilson, Rebecca Bertrand, Samantha Thomas, Tanya Keen, Brooke Staples. Back: Laurie McKenzie, Student Media Director Ralph Braseth, Keisha Ferguson, Allen Cram, Rosalyn Vinson, David Steele, Leigh Anne Martin, Margie Meyers. Ji Waycaster. Keisha Ferguson works behind the scenes to make sure the Newswatch 1 2 broadcast goes picture perfect. Station Manager Lorrie Lyon and Austin McGee study the script before going on the air. " I enjoy learning something new everyday, not just about the news, but about other people and myself. " -Lorrie Lyon, Station Manager Rosalyn Vinson works the camera during the evening newscast. 160 1 newswatch 12 Haley McCay newswatch 12 by Ricki Renick Newswatch 12 is making changes this year. They are trying to provide a more expansive content base in order to better serve the entire Lafayette County community. They plan to do this by providing news coverage that concentrates on Lafayette County and the surrounding area, as well as their typical coverage of national and statewide news. This year Newswatch 12 is no longer using the outdated VHS system to play previously recorded news telecasts. They have moved to an updated system that allows them to use the computers to playback the recorded data straight to the viewers. On top of all those changes, they have also been able to get new reporter cameras and add to the already existent editorial editing equipment to help make their station better. With about 45 staff members, including anchors, Newswatch 12 is a great place to meet new friends. It also gives experience to those who hope to have a future career on a news station. They are about as close to it as it gets to the real thing. Newswatch 12 is the only college station in Mississippi to offer a live news program every day. This allows students to feel the pressure that comes with working in a news station on an everyday basis. Above: Leigh Anne Martin, Margie Meyers. Rebecca Bercrand and Brooke Staples discuss their news stories before going on the air. Newswatch 1 2 ' s weather reporter Brooke Staples shows viewers the upcoming forecast for the surrounding North Mississippi area. Mr 1 IT f 1 3 ; z f ?m -J x k newswatch 12 Icl the daily mississippian by Crystel Cannon The Daily Mississippian, which has been published since 1911, is the only college daily newspaper in the state. It serves both the Ole Miss and Oxford areas with a circulation of 14.000. Located in Farley Hall as a part of the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center, the DM is run entirely by students. In addition to a daily dose of campus, local and national news, the DM also provides the community with sports, art, entertainment and a horoscope. The DM ' s editorial staff works hard to get the news to the community, often arriving to work around 4 p.m. and leaving as late as 3 or 4 in the morning. The DM ' s advertising staff also works diligently, earning much of the revenue the paper needs in order to be published daily. The Daily Mississippian is also available online, and it has become the most visited page of the Ole Miss website. While the DM staff has difficulty balancing both work and classes, they believe their work is well worth it. Editor-in-Chief Laura Houston said, " I love how the efforts of so many different people can come together to make such an exceptional product that comes out day after day. " While making lifelong friendships and learning good work ethic, staff members also gain the valuable work experience that many newspapers and magazines love when it comes time for internships and job applications. Opinion Editor Marquita Brown gets quotes for her column over the phone while eating dinner. Campus News Editor Melissa Sindelar works diligently to meet the night ' s deadline. organizations Front row: Ben Beitzel, Melissa Sindelar, Marquita Brown. Laura Houston. Elizabeth Ogden, Emery Carrington.Joy Douglas. Back row: Chris Kieffer, Sali Shamaly. Ralph Braseth, John Waterman, Josh Hanna, Brendan Rogan. Opposite Page: In the wee hours of the morning, Press Room Production Manager Benny Rikard and Lithographer Timothy Davis get the printing press rolling in the basement of Farley Hall. On his first day as a photo assistant Kenny Foot ' e learns the ropes of the DM ' s computer programs. " I love how the efforts of so many different people can come together to make such an exceptional product that comes out day after day " -Laura Houston, Editor-in-Chief Ad sales staff: Front row: Ryan Anderson, L.J. Pruitt. Back row: Will Jemison, Eric Wilson, Lee Henley, Dallas Quinn, Lindsey Arnold, Julie Carpenter, Renate Ferreira, Christianna Jackson, Katie Johnson. Wf w f w 4 ' V w " A. , i f J gynprr r " ' Hi M «. RJafcr j nLMr the daily mississippianllc? the ole ss annual staff Academics section editor Amy Patrick and assistant editor Mary-Grace Haynes. Greeks section editor Virginia Shields and assistant editor Heather Burchfield. Front: Kelley Hunsberger, Sali Shamaly.Willette Thomas, Haley McCay, Stephen Surrell.Amy Patrick, Robin Freeman; Second: Co-Advisor Darcy Davis, Julie Wong, Sara Martin Ball, Ricki Renick; Third: Heather Burchfield, Racheal Batton, Amanda Kirkpatnck: Back: Meredith Spencer, Nathan Geddie, Co-Advisor Traci Mitchell, Hays Burchfield, Crystel Cannon, Jeremy Roberts. Ryan Upshaw, Mary-Grace Haynes. by Robin Freeman Over the past few years of working on the Ole Miss, I have come to learn many things. I have learned what a deadline means, what all-nighters are and what it means to work as a team. The pressure that comes with producing a 416-page book that personifies such a diverse campus is an experience like none other. I have spent a year as head photographer, and I spent this year as the business manager. No matter what my job has been, I knew that I would be spending time writing copy, editing and assisting in layouts. This book is proof of staff ' s dedication and willingness to pitch in and help out no matter what the project. I have seen this book go from good to extraordinary. In Farley Hall, a group of 20 unique individuals came together to produce The Ole Miss. Despite deadlines, inconvenient times and a battle over choosing a theme, this book will remain a constant reminder of a year of our college experience. The night before the deadlines, the office was a buzz of activity full of last minute decisions and phone calls. No matter what came along, the staff could pull it together. This year The Ole Miss staff spent long nights, endless weekends and every free moment putting together a book that would identify with students from every walk of life. The 2004 Ole Miss wanted to capture students being themselves, being creative, being Ole Miss. _ a. Z w m Hb O S % k i X 5 h. U) ■L tk 1 Z UJ Pk H t rd m z o) a. m, 1 H m y • i m x a: hi w z £ S .p o o. HJ 2 2 I oM ort if-ini Mrionft " It is nice to think that we are producing something that people will keep for the rest of their lives. We had a damn good time doing it. ' -Kelley Hunsberger, Editor-in-Chief While attending a yearbook conference in New Orleans, La., the staff met with an artist to design the cover of the 2004 Ole Miss annual. Distinctions section editor Racheal Batton and assistant editor Ryan Upshaw. Athletics section editor Jeremy Roberts the ole mi 55 [ lo? Oxford Health and Fitness AMY PATRICK CO-EDITOR " We want not only to improve the magazine overall, but to make people more aware of it. We want to get it out to the community. " -Nathan Geddie, Co-Editor Meredith Spencer NATHAN GEDDIE CO-EDITOR Nathan Geddie MEREDITH SPENCER HEAD PHOTOGRAPHER by Crystel Cannon Oxford Health and Fitness, a Student Media Center publication, is a magazine that is distributed quarterly to the University of Mississippi and Oxford communities. It is designed " to communicate information about physical, mental and emotional health and wellness to and about the residents of the Oxford and Ole Miss communities. " OH F has been published on and off since 1999, but its current co-editors, Amy Patrick and Nathan Geddie, are determined to make their magazine a permanent part of Ole Miss. This year the editors are adding four pages to each edition, bringing the April 2004 edition to a total of 36 pages. They have also decreased its physical size in order to make it look more like a magazine. Patrick and Geddie ' s goal is to make OH F look more like a consumer magazine with strong focus on community health. " We want not only to improve it overall, but to make people more aware of it. We want to get it out to the community, " Geddie said. The co-editors, along with photographer Meredith Spencer and writers Summer Hill and Lindsay Nash, hope to recruit more students to work for OH F so that they can expand the publication to its full potential. In future years, they aspire to have section editors and an even larger publication size. I cp K ie ,.iniz.itions air force roTc The United States Air Force ROTC Detachment 430 of Ole Miss has been tasked to produce intelligent and capable officers for this nation ' s Air Force. Along with developing future officers, this detachment organizes events such as kayaking trips, rappelling, base visits and other military activities for the undergraduates that make up the Cadet Wing. The officers leading this program are Lt. Col. Kilpatrick, Major Melvin and Major Beyer. MSgt Jackson, TSgt Wallace and Angie Gurner make up the rest of the office personnel. Freshmen cadets: Charles Boler Grant Emmons LaDonna Franklin G.C. Gaston Derek Hand Chris Hylander Will MacDonald Kyle MeElhaney Michael Reynolds Shanna Tubb Chris Wamble Joshua Young Sophomore cadets: Elton Herrick Brian Hobbs Harry McNally Randy Strange Quarletta Turner Micah Murray Usman Uddin Ryan Williamson Junior cadets: Lucrecious Coleman Saheba Dehenre Jermon Ector Eric Goggans Carl Griffin Chris Jerome David Nelson Regina Purnell Dustin Rider Senior cadets: Jacob Church Stacie Fidler Chris Flowers Mitchell Foy Jim Haskins Will Hendrick Ben Jenkins Dex Landreth Ben Lindsay Katrice Powell Forrest Smith Lindsay Tramel organizati ons residence hall association The Residence Hall Association is a student organization unlike any other. It is the second largest student organization at Ole Miss and serves almost 3,400 students. The goal of RHA is to identify student needs, and through this, build community. Since its founding in 1978, RHA has worked to commu nicate residents ' suggestions and concerns to the Department of Student Housing and Residence Life, improve services and provide activities for the residents. RHA is comprised of individual hall councils and is led by an executive board. Each week hall council representatives get together with the executive board to meet in a general assembly and discuss proposals and concerns of individual residence halls. Executive Board Members: Thomas Vasser Chris Diltz Andrew Trammell Frank Anderson Wesley Callahan Kim Minton Andrea Edwards Council Members: Shy Galloway, Lauren Ward, Nicole Small, Tamara Noah, Crystal Babb, Amy Jacobs, Teresa Baxter, Jamie Winfrey, Crystal Henry, Paul Wunder, Jerrice Owens, Steven Begley Jamal Sanderson, Spencer Hand, Darell Parker chi e psilon Meredith Spencer Chi Epsilon is a Civil Engineering Honor Society which aims to maintain and promote the status of civil engineering as an ideal pro fession. It bestows honor upon civil engineering juniors, seniors and graduate students who have demonstrated exceptional scholarship. Chi Epsilon participates in various activities such as organizing Fundamentals of Engineering Exam review courses, tutoring and helping with high school events like Math Counts. President: Priscilla Barton Vice President: Chris Martin Secretary: Kim Tanner l og org anizations Treasurer: Nathan Witt Editor: Chas Smithers Marshall: Erin Hargrove tau beta s igmag, kap pa ka ppa psi Tau Beta Sigma and Kappa Kappa Psi are an honorary band sorority and fraternity that serve the band community. President: Paige Zastoupil Vice President: Jeannie Stacks Secretary: Emily Justice Treasurer: Renee Wells Historian: Terica Slaughter Sergeant at Arms: Khrissaundra Journey lac President: Rob Ellis Vice President: J. W Friar Secretary: Ron Hansen Treasurer: Matt Aufman black student union - V • ' • ' ■•■ " k flHtfl ftf ▼ £ HW ; 1 T I ?, I i Ml J ' t r h ' l Bp ' A • w r r . j H • The Black Student Union was designed to address the needs of black as well as other minorities on campus. The organization promotes diversity and minority involvement through various programs and by co-sponsoring activities with other student organizations such as the ASB, Student Programming Board and the International Student Organization. The official motto of the BSU is " Building Strength Through Unity. " This year the organization introduced its mascot, the tornado. The theme for the year was " Breaking Through Barriers. " The organization hopes to impact the campus and Oxford area through community service, outreach programs and diverse activities. " It is my hope that the BSU provides a place for students to address issues that they face on regular basis within a group that aces the same issues, and by discussing these concerns with other groups, we can make the University a better place. " -Kezia L. Pigford, Black Student Union President Executive Board: President: Kezia L. Pigford Vice President: Tomeco Hubbard Secretary: LaToya Coleman Treasurer: Adrian Mayse Webmaster: Chris Cole Community Service Director: TaSheitha Butler Program Director: Courtney Pierce Fundraising Director: Jared Turner Public Relations Director: Michael Williamson Advisors: Jackie Certion and Valeria Ross Ameze Adah, Testa Alemu, Frank Anderson, Rasheed Armstrong, Teresa Baxter, Phillip Boler, Erica Brantley, Jamie Brown. Anginita Bulter, TaSheitha Butler, Nakedra Byrd, Litisha Childs, Meki Clark. Timothv Clay, LaToya Coleman, Chiquita Collins, Bethany Conner, Shirod Cousin, Candace Cunningham, Shaheba DeHenre, Chris Earl, LaShonda Edwards, Anna Edwards, Charity Edwards, Tvmingie Flowers, Ladona Franklin, Tcnesha Goodman, Keom Gray, Afra Hamid. Yannick Harris. Louis Harris, Courtney Harris, Joneeta Flead, Stephanie Hereford, Teki Herrod, Shundral Hobson, Deirdre Hodges, Annette Hollowell, Keyonte Holoman, Roshanda Hosch, Tomeco Hubbard, Janna Hughes, Terrance Ilion, Octavia Jackson, Dalphnejamerson, Jarvis Johnson, Patricia Johnson, Patrice Jones, Bernard Jones, Patricia Jones, Felicia King, Kristi Kinnel, Lamar Knight, Paul Liddell, Neely Lott, William Love, LaFadra Macklin, Emily Mathis, Adrian Mayse, Eugene McDuffie, Meghan McKinney. Tieryaa Metcalf, R omanda Miller, Jeffrey Mister, Sheena Moore, Jomanique Neal, Tamara Noah, Darell Parker, Brittany Pegues, Courtney Pierce, Kezia Pigford, Willie Redmond, Lashaunda Rogers. Shira scott, Chaquita Shannon, Jackie Shelby, Jason Shepard, Shaneka Simmons, Leneta Small, Brittany Smith, Latoya Spence, Tiffany Stewart, Vickie Stewart, Dennis Stuckey, Stephen Surrell, Jackie Surrell. Pierre Talbot, Latova Thomas, Jamaal Thompson, Monesha Tisdale, Danielle Totten. Jared Turner, Candice Walker, Ciara Walker, Nicole Warren, Ronnie Wiley, Tikia Wiley, Titus Williams, Stacy Williams, Michael Williamson, Teela Wilson, Travis Wright, Anthony Young organizati ons lc ° women ' s council for philanthro py The Ole Miss Women ' s Council for Philanthropy recognizes young men and women as the news leaders of the 21st century by designating them as Council Scholars and inviting them into the Leadership-Mentorship Program through an endowed scholarship awarded each semester during their tenure at Ole Miss. Through their participation in the Leadership- Mentorship Program, each scholar is expected to engage in a cutting edge leadership curriculum, demonstrate leadership in campus organizations and work with a cluster of adult mentors. The scholars graduate from Ole Miss with educational enhancements to their portfolios and gain a unique perspective of how to serve society. Co-Directors: Sue Hodge Molly Meisnenheimer Mentorship Scholars: Kyle McCool, Kamesha Bailey, Kelly Langford, Ashley Perryman, Jennifer Wilks, Elizabeth Harrington, Christine Wilson, Katy Anna Grisham, April Broussard, Jared Tucker, Megan Edwards, Herman Sylvester, Kimberly Wilks, Jamie Coleman, Jessica West, Amanda Harmon, Austin Gray, Priscilla Conerly Carlie Kollath invictus INVICTUS is a group of students who have converged in an effort to promote cultural and intellectual awareness and to enrich the college experience for black students attending the University of Mississippi. It started as a conversation among a group of friends who shared a common concern for the issues that surround African-American students at the University. These students began to meet regularly to discuss and brainstorm ideas on how to improve and enrich the community through the promotion of arts, literature and rhetoric. Started in fall of 2002, its founders include Annette Hollowell, Bradford Hutchins, Christianna Jackson, Pierre Moore, Eruke Ohwofasa, CJ Rhodes, Twaun Samuel, Stephen Surrell, Yvonne Williams and Krista Wright. " In an attempt to understand and correct the pervasive racial construct, we, the unconquered, do engage in activities to bring about cultural understanding, intellectual movement and social change. " Members: Chris Cole, Ronisha Covington, Saheba DeHenre, Michael Gardner, Anthony Harper, Mark Harris, Annette Hollowell, Janna Hughes, Bradford Hutchins, Christianna Jackson, Kofi Jeffries, Eruke Ohwofasa, Scotty Polston, CJ Rhodes, Johnny Riley, Twaun Samuel, Elan Walker, Yvonne Williams, Krista Wright 17 pra anizata ' i ins steps to success Funded by the Luckyday Foundation, the Steps to Success (STS) Program began in May 2001 at the University of Mississippi. Housed in the Academic Support Center, the program is designed to dramatically increase retention among under-represented populations by fostering academic success and personal achievement within an enriched living and learning community. The program emphasizes academic performance and college-life skills during freshman year, but it also serves as a support network throughout participants ' undergraduate careers. STS participants begin their college careers early by adhering to a rigorous academic schedule that encompasses attending nightly study halls and earning seven credit hours during second summer session. In the fall and spring, students live together in assigned residence halls, which are essentially " learning communities " designed to promote academic success by providing an environment conducive to personal wellness and growth. In addition to community service projects, STS Super Week, Career Week and the annual Brain Bowl are some of the social activities included in this year ' s agenda to enhance the STS community experience. President: Trenisha Tallie President-Elect: Tacarra Toles Vice President: Johnny Riley Secretary: Sara Ward Parliamentarian: Kimberly Wilks Public Relations: Shana Norwood Service Chair: Jasmia Joseph Social Chair: April Beckley Recruitment Co-Chairs: Tesfa Alemu Lillian Morris Director: Dr. Charles Gates Project Coordinator: Ms. Nikki House Graduate Assistant: Mr. Fred Adjei Members: Jeannie Adams, Kamesha Bailey, Henry Barefield, Tara Carter, Quentin Fox, Sheena Goolsby Terrance Ilion, Monica Jones, Felicia King, Cynthia Lee, Paul Liddell, Courtney Lynch, Kerry Malone, Gerry Malone, Ashley Nunnally Brittany Pegues, Rosland Roach, Brittney Smith, Saddi Thompson, Ahmad Thompson, Dejarnette Trice, Courtney Walker, Ciara Walker, Edward Waller, Teela Wilson organiza ti ons ole miss t t % gos pel choir Members: Ameze Adah, Tesfa Alema, Jessica Ayers, Cortessia Badie, Lenta Bankhead, Dereck Barr, Teressa Baxter, April Beckley, Reginald Bennett, Tanyatta Blackmon, Tarsha Bond, Denise Bridges, Kristy Brim, Christopher Brooks, Nakedra Byrd, Meki Clark, Priscilla Conerly La ' Shonda Edwards, Cintia Turtado, Fenesha Gardner, Trina Gerard, Jabarie Glass, Marisha Golden, Deimara Goolsby, Deidre Hall, Keith Hancock, Brandi Harris, Kasey Harris, Ka ' aindra Hart, April I lemphill, Stephanie Hereford, Glennetta Hollins, Janna Hughes, Terrance Ilion, Bernard Jones, Henderson Jones, Marquita Jones, Khrissaundra Journey, Lacrecia Knox, Paul Liddell, Zeke Listenbee, LaFadra Macklin, Eric Martin, Ebony Miller, Romanda Miller, Latrena Montgomery, Danyale Moore, Gregory Newsom, Kenisha Odie, Eruke Ohwofasa, Brittany Pegues, Nicholas Pierce, Joshlyn Pickens, Willie Redmond, Johnny Riley, Rosaland Roach, Dunmetria Russell, OJ. Salters, Jennifer Salu, Sharon Salu, Vidalia Sanders, Stephen Surrell, Krystal Thomas, Kristy Thomas, Willette Thomas, Morris Tolbert, Danielle Totten, Dejarnette Trice, Rosalyn Vinson, Bill Walker, Teela Walker, Erika Webster, Yvonne Williams, Alex Winters, Chris Yancy the episcopal church ? ole miss Chaplain: Reverend Ollie Rencher LAY Director of Campus Ministry: Rosie McDavid Members: Jessica Glaze, Carleen King, Tracy Fowler, William Milne, Lindsay Kirkley Jacob Whelan, Josh Whelan, Dan Woodliff, Nash Molpus, Carter Payne, Hays Burchfield, Matt Wood, Britney Wilkes, Alexandra Wilkes. The Episcopal Church at Ole Miss is an outreach ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi and St. Peter ' s Episcopal Church. Its mission is to engage the heart, mind and spirit of the students, faculty and staff in the name of Jesus Christ. 1 72 1 fit ; " ii.- ition-. lambda smma Lambda Sigma Society is a national honor society for sophomore men and women dedicated to the purpose of fostering leadership, scholarship, fellowship and the spirit of service among college students and to promoting the interests of university students in every possible way. Lambda Sigma offers opportunities for personal growth, leadership experience, a sense of involvement on the Ole Miss campus and the friendship of other student leader and scholars. Members are challenged to fulfill their own intellectual and leadership potentials while serving the University and the Oxford community. Members: Kellie Bell, Rebecca Bertrand, Robert Bills III, Lauren Bolton, Marianna Breazeale, Katherine Brown, Brandee Buntyn, Katie Cannada, Briana Carstens, Melissa Ceasar, Amanda Clark, Donald Clark III, Bethany Conner, Campbell Craig, Kerri Darrow, Christine Day, Shelly Evans, Emily Faulks, Leila Hartsfield, Hanson Horn, Lawrence Houchins, Lauren Hughes, Leigh King, Mark Kosko, Katie Laird, Amanda Ledbetter, Lorelei Lucas, Jenna McAlister, Rachel McClure, Kathryn Merrell, Sarah Morrison, Eruke Ohwofasa, Charles Patrick, Elizabeth Piazza, Anna Reeves, Kathryn Richardson, Mary Roe, Joseph Sims, Jr., Meredith Spruill, Sherrod Taylor, Ryan Upshaw, Ralph Vance, Jr., Michael Wakefield, Marc Walker, Jill Waycaster, Caroline Wicker, Robert Wicks, James Williams III, Christopher Wilson, Natalie Young 0r - Haley McCay « y President: Donald Clark Vice President: Caroline Wicker Secretary: Elizabeth Piazza Treasurer: Brandee Buntyn Membership Chair: Ryan Upshaw Rituals Chair: Marc Walker Fundraising Chair: Katie Cannada Advisor: Dr. Lloyd Holmes organizati ons h . mississi p pi alliance for minority participation Established in 1991, through the Mississippi Alliance for Minority Participation, the MAMP IMAGE program at the University of Mississippi strives to dramatically increase the number of minority students who receive degrees in the fields of science, engineering and mathematics at the undergraduate level. The program is oriented toward striving for academic excellence, and students who accept the challenge to pursue excellence become IMAGE Scholars. Our goal is to help all IMAGE Scholars graduate with superior grades and the ability to succeed in postgraduate studies- thus the acronym IMAGE: Increasing Minority Access to Graduate Education. President: Kevin Hall Vice President: Precious Taylor Secretary: Sherry Tims Assistant Secretary: Tiffany Smith Treasurer: Psalmer Richmond External Publicists: Ryan Upshaw, Kendrick Savage Internal Publicists: Gregg Anazia, Alexis Farmer Newsletter Editors: Shirlaurence Fair, Michael Muruako ITjjorg Members: Ameze Adah, Gregg Anazia, Cortessia Badie, Jerome Blissett, Ashley Brantley, Anginita Butler, Denaya Butler, Tasheitha Butler, Rozerrio Camel, Andrea L. Edwards, Shirlaurence Fair, Alexis Farmer, Fensha Gaidner-Pippins, Lori Gladney Ja ' Larna Grant, Kevin Hall, Jeremiah Hampton, Stephanie Hereford, Deidra Hodges, Nicholas Jefferies, Elosha Johnson, Amosjudson, Karen Judson, Darling King, Sean Laird, Kerric Martin, Michael Muruako, Psalmer Richmond, Kendrick Savage, Roashidals Shephard, Munita Stanfield, Kristy Thomas, Ryan Upshaw, Trisha Weekley Shun Worthem anizations navy Navy ROTC is an organization dedicated to developing midshipmen mentally, morally and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty and loyalty and the core values of honor, courage and commitment. It is the goal of NROTC to commission college graduates as naval officers who possess a basic professional background, are motivated toward careers in the naval service and have a potential for future development in mind and character so as to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government. The NROTC unit brings not only American pride, but also a positive presence to university life. Staff: Capt. R.W. Zaperach, USN Cdr. Timothy Ferree, USN Lt. Trevor Ellis, USN Lt. Christopher Gilmore, USN Capt. Patrick McRae, USMC Gysgt. Ronald W. Woolridge, USMC Ync. Daryl Lavigne, USN SKi Julian Sanders, USN Xavier Rivera Charlotte Tubbs Midshipmen: Toy Andrews Jonathan Baugh Johnny Bennett Zachery Blanchard Elliot Bloxom Nicole Bullock Jamison Burks Jacob Champ Onin Council Fred Cummings James Dipasquale Stuart Edwards Allen Frazier Spencer Gilfeather Robert Goggans Phillip Gonten Patricia Haarmann Charles Hall Nirvana Hamilton Casey Harrison Justin Hayden Audry Herrington Marc Hines Charles Howard Sarah Hubler Jeremy Hughes William Jacobs Mark Joseph Josh Kacharos Christopher Kurka Joshua Lamb Nathaniel Leon Joshua Lovett Nicholas Maruca Cameron Massey Mathew Mims Joseph Powell Johnny Quilenderino Nick Readenour Jerit Reale Daniel Reeves Meredith Reilly Christopher Rials Kevin Shouse Brad Sims Lee Smith Ann Stokes Samuel Stuart Steven Ton John Vanassche David Verhine James Walker Jeffrey Watt Paul Wayman John Williams Thad Williams Adam Wright organizati ons i - s associated student body J n h y 7 in l w Q 1 V,..-4(j o [2 Alan Bean is a senior political science major from Dickson, Tenn. His job as president is to ensure that the ASB is serving the Ole Miss student body by maintaining an open communication line between the student body and the administration. His responsibilities inlcude overseeing all aspects of the Executive Branch including appointments of the presidential cabinet and the appointments of any and all special task forces. by Alan Bean Even under normal circumstances, serving as president of the Associated Student Body at Ole Miss is undoubtedly a stressful and demanding job. Given the circumstances with which I took office, these job characteristics increased ten-fold. As I began my service as ASB President last November, I faced many challenges. The ASB had lost respect and credibility as an organization. It had not communicated effectively with the students, administration or internally within itself. Needless to say, my administration had its work cut out for itself. We faced many problems, and a shortened time frame to deal with them. It was November, and elections for the next year ' s ASB officers were going to be held in February. Where many saw our shortened time in office as a hindrance, I chose to see it " Choosing to attend Ole Miss is one of the best decisions I ever made, and it was truly an honor to be able Darrell Parker Josh Combes is an insurance and risk management major from Southaven, Miss. As the vice president, he presides over the ASB Senate, which is comprised of students from various districts both on and off campus. The Senate has the power to introduce and pass legislation concerning the lives of Ole Miss students and to override a presidential veto by a two-thirds majority vote. Also, as vice president, Combes heads the Senate Executive Council. campus, in order to make use of all the wasted parking lots near the coliseum and off of Old Taylor Road. Though I realize I may never see such a system as a student, I feel we got the ball rolling on this project, and that in the near future Ole Miss students will benefit from it. Oxford, like all college towns, has a drinking and driving problem. I felt that expanding a shuttle system to include spots outside campus would help with this problem as well. Also, we worked with the other student body presidents of Mississippi ' s institutions to lobby the IHL board for the return of a student enhancement fee. This minimal fee can drastically improve every student ' s col- lege experience, and would make up for a lack of funding. We worked to improve accessibili- ty and convenience of test taking by giving away scantrons at final exam time, and researched how to bring vending machines as an opportunity. Due to negative events £q ive back tO the University and tnat carr Y test-taking supplies to numerous earlier in the year and the impending spots on campus. We also worked with the elections only months away, many wrote off ltS Students by Serving administration to improve our undergraduate my administration. Little was expected of us. . cr „ . , ,, academic programs, such as using online course That being said, I ' d like to think many people " .oJD Jrresiueni. evaluations. These elements of student services were pleasantly surprised by our efforts to improve student life here at Ole Miss. After initially restoring the lines of communication between the ASB, administration, and the students, I set out to accomplish my other goals. In my efforts, I always tried to consider how we could improve the educational experience of our students, and also how we could make their lives on campus more convenient and enjoyable. As a student myself, I can understand how frustrating college life can be. Because of this, my administration made student services a top priority. We worked to bring a shuttle system to our 76 org inizations represent an important but small part of many of our accomplishments this year. My term as ASB President was certainly stressful and demanding, but it was also very enjoyable. Our ultimate goals were to re-establish the ASB ' s credibility as an organization, and to make the lives of Ole Miss students easier and more enjoyable along the way. I can say with confidence that we accomplished both of these goals. I am truly honored to have represented Ole Miss and its students, and this was an experience I will always cherish. 1©®3-2Q ®4 " Through both turmoil and prestige this organization has shown that it can overcome any circumstances in order to continue its fight to better the lives of all Ole Miss students. " -Josh Combes Nicole Babbitt is from Nashville, Term., majoring in broadcast journalism. As the ASB secretary, she must ensure that the ASB is fully staffed and open to any students who might have questions concerning ASB. She is available for all ASB officers and cabinet members to aid them in any clerical work that is needed. It is also Babbitt ' s duty to keep a calendar of events for all ASB meetings and activities, as well as to type up lists of all new cabinets to send to various departments on campus. Casey Butts is an accounting major from Laurel, Miss., and is planning on attending Ole Miss Law School in the fall. As the ASB treasurer, he is responsible for allocating all finances for the ASB, organizations and special interest groups of the University. This is done by drafting a budget in early September. In determining the amount allocated to each group, hearings shall take place in the presence of the Senate Finance Committee. organizati ons | associated student bo% Accountancy Will Walker Applied Sciences John R. Fry, III Business Katie Bailey Chris Champion Brian Hey Jeff Kilgore Tress McAlister Shannon York Education 78 orga nizatii ins William Bentley Engineering Ryam Williams Law Tyson Nettles Liberal Arts Ryan Allen Jessica Banahan Spencer Bryan John Donovan Gordon Fellows Patrick Glid Chrissy Gilder Cole Kimbrough Amanda Russell Sherrod Taylor Dustin Todd Graduate School Marshall Rivers Brown Austin McGehee Crosby Grace White Karen Brickey ao®5=2©©4 senate The ASB Vice-President presides over the Campus Senate which is the lawmaking body of the ASH. It is up of senators from residence halls and academic schools and has the authority to introduce and pass legislation governing all aspects of the ASB. The senate may also override a presidential veto by a two-thirds vote. The vice president has nine- appointed senate aids which make up the ASB Executive Council. Senate Executive Council Vice President: Josh Combes Legislation Monitor: Amy Allison Edwards Campus Liaison: Meredith Leech Parliamentarian: Mark Walker Sergeant At Arms: Nick Benvenutti Special Assistant: Lindsay Harper Meredith Spencer Laura Harris Deaton Chris Wilson GHM Chris Sam Tyagi Hefley Erica Davis Howry Faulkner Sage Theriot Kincannon Joe Zorbino Michael Combes Martin Scarlet Jones Mary Cile Glover-Rogers Miller Laushelle K. Fair Stewart Candice Holder Stockard Matthew Owens Village Bradford Hutchins Northgate Ashley Harrison Filled Open Seats Roun McNeal Richard Glisson Savannah Keith Joanna Mott Mark Cheney Elizabeth Piazza Caroline Wicker organizati ons i j associated student body 2003-2004 cabinet! Chief of Staff: Cassie Norton Attorney General: Tim Conkin Director of Academic Affairs: Meghan Nadeau Director of Communications: Rebecca Bertrand Director of Community Service: Jennifer Germany Director of External Affairs: Bradley Baker Director of Minority Affairs: Anthony Young Director of Student Involvement: Ryan Upshaw Director of Student Services: Andrae Sims Elections Co-Commissioner: Field Norris Elections Co-Commissioner: Ann Sims Executive Liaison: Laura Piazza Executive Assistant: Brandee Buntyn Executive Assistant: Corey Palmer 1 30 org anizations 2003-2004 judicial council Lloyd Holmes: Assistant Dean of Students, judicial Sarah Abston: Chair Sara Hart Rosenblatt: Co-Chair Caroline Dye Hays Burchfield David Finnegan Julian Gilner Jabarie Glass Jason Thompson Brett Soldevila organizati ons ]$ } association Information technolo gy The Association of Information Technology Professionals promotes a better understanding of the vital role of information systems to management and the necessity for a professional attitude. Its mission is to provide leadership and education in information technology. It is dedicated to using the synergy of information technology partnerships to provide education benefits to its members, and to working with the industry to assist in overall promotion and direction of information technology. President: Doug Boggs Vice President: Jennifer Usnik Secretary: Jill Schaffer Treasurer: Tim Johnson BSAB Representative: Daniel Garcia Webmaster: Brandon Sherman Operations Social Chair: Brent Kitchens Faculty Advisors: Dr. Brian Reithel, Dr. Tony Ammeter Members: Mario O. Anerson, Jessica K. Bruce, Carroll L. Cotton, Donna A. Duncan, Jeff W. Griffin, Leah S. Hale, Jeff A. Hallaway, Daniel L. Hansen, Josh M. Holcombe, Brandy L.Jones, Jeremy R. Korthauer, Justin S. Loden, Yancy R. Maghess, Will A. McKeigney Lesley O. Mukoro, Granville C. Sherman, JC Smiley, Jr., David L. Smith II, Sharee Jovan Smith , Tanarat T. Tongumpun, Allie Vance, Paul A. Viviano, Tracey S. White, John M. Wood, Dwight A. Young, Jennifer L. Ziegelmayer 9 to acr the ... sty k 1 32 or ganizations -t gamma beta phi Haley McCay The Gamma Beta Phi is a non-profit and co-educational honor service organization for colleges and universities in the United States. Gamma, is the initial letter of the Greek word meaning education; Beta is the initial letter of the word meaning life; Phi is the initial letter of the word for friendship. Thus the three letters designating the name of the organization signify that education and friendship constitute the basis of a full and happy life. The motto of Gamma Beta Phi is " Progress per Eruditionem; " its watchwords are " Scholarship, " " Service, " and " Character. " President: Katie Brown Vice President: Sherrod Taylor Secretary: Sherry Tims Treasurer: Susie Bjorklund Historian: Brian Wilson Website Coordinator: Camp Craig Faculty Advisor: Al Mikell .alpha lam amb d; delta cm i Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society that honors academic excellence during a student ' s first year at college. Alpha Lambda Delta is one of the oldest and most prestigious honor societies in the nation. The mission of Alpha Lambda Delta is to encourage superior academic achievement, to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning and to assist students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals in society. Freshmen with a grade point average of 3.50 and above are eligible to j oin. President: Jill Waycaster Co-Vice President: Katie Merrell Co-Vice President: Lorelei Lucas Secretary: Turner Simmons Co-Treasurer: Bethany Conner Co-Treasurer: Nicholas Greene society , t for the advancement of management The Society for Advancement of Management ' SAM) is a professional organization dedicated to :he advancement of the discipline of management across all occupations. The SAM campus chapter at :he University of Mississippi is designed to promote Drofessionalism and practical education to the students interested in management, while educating :he students that management is not just a Dusiness skill, but also a skill for life. President: Shannon Ross VP Communication: Matt Wood VP Finance: Nic Robinson VP Projects: Robert Smith Co-VP Programs: Howard Martindale and Brendan Bledsoe Chapter Advisor: Fred Dorn organizati ons lg Members: Parker Aldreage, Richard Blackwell, James Dixon, Natalie Honeycutt, Mike Jacobs, Matthew Kwasek, Lauren Langston, Cassie Norton, Ashley Popham, Rob Shands, Michael Sparks, Glenn Valentine, Michael Arneman, Tom Caughlin, Joshua Downs, Chris Hamilton, Hamilton Huber, Brandon Keane, Kellv Lampton, Jeremy Lucus, Brad Morris, Donald Parker, Joe Shando, Shannan Siemens, Maggie Turner, Brian Wilson, Scott Billingsley, Llamar Daley, John Fiornalli, Heather Hartfield, Laura Hulsev, Brandon King, Ashley Langdon, Zack Luke, Alley Nevelef ' t, Rob Philips, Bryan Scott, Erik Smith, Trey Underwoon financier ' s club The Financier ' s Club is an organization for students majoring in banking and finance and or managerial finance. The main goal of the organization is to expose finance students to key aspects of the industry and develop professional skills that will lead them through their career. The development of these skills will enable students to move more confidently into the real world. Other goals include placement of juniors in internship positions and aid seniors with job searches, to encourage faculty and staff relations with students and build a network of peers and business professionals. President: Cindi Mabrey Senior VP of Programs: Michael Arneman Junior VP of Programs: Eliot Gorog Sophomore VP of Programs: Joe Sando Secretary: Laura Lee Fleming Treasurer: Matthew Kwasek Webmaster: Matt Hedges President: Laura Piazza Vice President: Jennifer Germany Secretary: Emily Ferris Treasurer: Shea Sides Director of Communications: Jennifer Usnik Director of Membership: Carol Anne Marion imortari board Members: Sarah Abston, Betsy Alvord, Elizabeth Andrews, Jessica Banahan, Aimee Bertrand, Tyndale Brickey, Hays Burchfield, Casey Butts, James Byrd, Paula Clark, Kate Hammond, Brent Hardin, Julie Jones, Stephanie Kemper, Preston Lee, Joel Moore, Amy Murphy, Jessica Nesbitt, Cassie Norton, Chris Oxner, John Parks, Catherine Parnell, Carter Payne, Ryan Pratt, Chris Ross, Stuart Saunders, Laura Shirley, Amy Strickland, Keith Studdard, Mary Linley Swaney, Allen Thigpen, Jennifer Usnik, Erika Webster, Ford Williams l fl-4-l or ganizations -ole jniss , ambassadors Meredith Spenc The Ole Miss Ambassadors are selected through a highly competitive process and represent the best and brightest of the University of Mississippi. Through a volunteer effort, these students assist the Admissions office by giving tours and writing letters to prospective students, serving as student leaders during visit days and scholars ' conferences, and housing potential students to give them a taste of Ole Miss student life. The Ambassadors, who come from many different majors, ethnic backgrounds and geographic regions, truly reflect our university ' s diverse student body and work tirelessly to recruit the finest students to the University of Mississippi. Executive Director: Brooks Boylan Special Events Coordinators: Karen Brickey, Justin Smith Correspondence Directors: Brandee Buntyn, Ryan Upshaw Asst. Executive Director Points Secretary: Natalie Cathcart Secretary: Allison Ellzey Historian: Jennifer Ellzey Tour Directors: Jennifer Foil, David Odom Housing Directors: Caleb Hollauer, Chris Wilson Public Relations Spirit of Ambassador: Amanda Partridge Members: Leslie Abide, Betsy Alvord, Nicole Anderson, Buddy Apple, Grace Armstrong, Parul Bajaj, Bradley Baker, Mary Ann Barrett, Sheila Barter, Martin Bartlett, Teresa Baxter, Kellie Bell, Kyla Benson, Stacey Bivens, Susie Bjorklund, Elizabeth Black, Phillip Boler, Christina Boone, Kristen Brewer, Tyndale Brickey, Jamie Brown, Lauren Brown, Sarah Bynum, Mindyjo Byrd, Regan Campbell, Katie Cannada, Tara Carter, Gabriel Cartlidge, Meghan Cease, Lauren Chancellor, Alexandra Clark, Kayla Clayborne, Brittany Crawford, Whitney Crisp, Alicia Crisp, LaTina Daniel, Kerri Darrow, Bret Davis, Kate Denney, Kacie Donald, Lauren Dove, Stephen Downing, Jennifer Duddleston, Amy Allison Edwards, Edward Elliot, Allison England, Laushelle Fair, Emily Ferris, Allison Fewell, John Fioranelli, Catherine Foil, Monica Gailes, Shyra Galloway, Jennifer Germany, Julia Givens, Jabarie Glass, Joy Glass, Jordan Graves, Amanda Harmon, Lindsey Harper, Rebekah Hebert, Marty Hitt, Candice Holder, Greta Honaker, Tameco Hubbard, Octavia Jackson, Erin Johnson, Bernard Jones, Walt Jones, Katie Joyner, Lee Ann Kemp, Katie Laird, Amanda Ledbetter, Morgann Lee, Caroline Lewis, Betsy Lounsberry, William Love, Olivia Lusco Melissa Marchant, Eric Martin, Chris Massey, Tyler McCaughn, Meghan McClanahan, Taylor McCutchen, Meredith McKinney, Victoria Melton, Robert Metzger, Judith Ann Montiel, Jennifer Morrison, Meghan Nadeau, Michelle Nixon, Sarah Hunt Oswald, Lara Oyentuji, Coutney Pierce, Georgia Anne Ray, Elizabeth Rivers, Shaunna Savner, May Shackelford, Maureen Shorter, Shaneka Simmons, Andrae Sims, Angela Snell, Lauren Sosnowski, Helene Stadler, Brooke Stanford, Vikki Steward, Julia Stoll, Andy Stringer, Dennis Stuckey, Stephen Surrell, Jacquelyn Surrell, Trenisha Tallie, Sherrod Taylor, Audra Tew, Holly Thomas, Samantha Thomas, Will Todd, Melissa Toliver, Amanda Turner, Marc Walker, Megan Wantland, Kara Ward, Sara Ward, Jill Waycaster, Jonathan Wetzel, Meredith White, Emily Wilkins, Rachel Williams, Dana Windham, Jill Wood, Claudia Worrell, Anthony Young, Natalie Young, Amy Youngblood organizati on.- [g j rebel. recruiters The Rebel Recruiters organization is a volunteer student support group for the Ole Miss football program. Members serve as recruiting ambassadors and work year round to assist the coaching staff recruit the top prospective student-athletes across the nation. On a typical football game day Saturday, the Rebel Recruiters greet the prospective student-athletes and their families, guide them on tours of the campus, take them to the game and answer questions about the University and football program. Rebel Recruiters also work in the press box, assisting the Ole Miss Athletics Media Relations office in serving members of the media covering the game. In addition to their hosting duties, Rebel Recruiters have day-to-day responsibilities in the football office. They answer and log requests for coaches ' and players ' autographs. Also, they help at the Ole Miss football camps during the summer. The organization has been involved in several projects over the past few years, including a fundraiser last fall to donate supplies to the Family Crisis Center of Oxford. Chyna Ward, football Senior Staff Assistant, serves as the advisor for Rebel Recruiters. Recruiters: Jennifer Smith (Quarterback), Paula Cook (Backup), Tieryaa Metcalf (Quarterback), Ashanti Anderson (Backup), Emily Banks (Quarterback), Linsay Field (Backup), Parul Bajaj, Brandee Buntyn, Susie Bjorklund, Rachel Donahue, Cathy Gatewood, Amanda Gilpin, Katy Anna Grisham, Adrienne Hitt, Angela Hudon, Cassie Lang, Tamieka Mays, Sarah McCurry, Carroll Moore, Chuckkena Myers, Stephanie Rice, Erica Smith, Angela Snell, Amanda Barner, Margaret Billingsley Angela Brown, Nicole Cook, Cadace Cunningham, Kelly Ford, Memory Fulton, Megan Hoggard, Tasha Mays, Corey Palmer, Courtney Pierce, Katrina Redmond, Mary Elizabeth Roe, LaToya Spence, Meredith Spruill, Meredith Turner, Quarletta Turner, Tikia Wiley, Cassie Baskin, Emily Blount, Regan Campbell, Regina DeLoach, Emily Evans, Miranda Haynes, Tomeco Hubbard, Romanda Miller, Anna Reeves, Caroline Rule, Amy Stanfill, Erin Tabor, Nicole Tisdale, Heather Turner, Jennifer Wilks Mary Elizabeth Roe and Nicole Cook work hard to recruit top student- athlete prospectives by giving tours of the Ole Miss campus on game days. ls£brganizations Even amidst all of their recruiting duties, Rebel Recruiters Tieryaa Metcalf and Ashanti Anderson find the time during a football Saturday afternoon to take a break with Alundis Brice.a graduate assistant and defensive back corners coach. Erin Tabor. Erica Smith and LaToya Spence begin their recruitting duties well before theVaught- Hemingway stadium fills with Rebel fans. organizati ons $- t student . alumni council The Student Alumni Council serves as a liasion between the current student population and the alumni and friends of Ole Miss. The mission of the organization is to provide opportunities for involvement in alumni activities, networking and leadership development while promoting future alumni involvement and strengthening relationships among alumni and current students of the University. The University of Mississippi Alumni Association proudly sponsors the Student Alumni Council. President: Nick Simpson President Elect: Jill Waycaster VP of External Affairs: Chase McCullum VP of Internal Affairs: Rachel Harris Treasurer: Lou Ann Balducci Secretary: Caroline Wicker Advisor: Sheila Dossett Members: Jeannie Adams, Grace Armstrong, Brittney Bailey, Amanda Baker, Lou Ann Balducci, Kellie Bell, Nena Binns, Jessica Boykin, Laura Barme, Hayes Burchfield, Eric Coleman, Kayla Clayborne, Chasity Davis, Drew Denton, James Dixon, Emily Evans, Nicci Feathers, David Finnegan, John Fioranelli, Lauren Fowler, Emily Frye, LaToya Gilliam, Courtney Gregory, Amanda Harmon, Rachel Harris, Miranda Haynes, Stacy James, Tina Johnson, Kimberly Jones, Patrice L.Jones, LaShande Jorden, Blythe Keenum, Savannah Keith, Chad Kelly, Justin Lance, Neely Lauderdale, Christopher Lee, Caroline Lewis, Ally McClain, Kimberly McMurry, Emily McCraw, Chase McCullum, Heather Mullins, Cassie Norton, Tiffany Payne, Mike Pham, Katie Pickens, Deliah Preyear, Abigail Sample, Ashley Sain, Elizabeth Sanford, Laura- Catherine Sheffield, Edward Silvanic, Nicklaus Simpson, Lauren Sosnowski, LaToya Spence, Dennis Stuckey Jordan Taylor, Dustin Todd, Dejarnette Trice, Meredith Wallis Turner, Quarletta Turner, Usman Uddin, Ryan Upshaw, Jill Waycaster, Raymond Wade, David Welch, Caroline Wicker, Jennifer Wilks SSJorganiz; IA? ihi ins insurance risk- mana g ement society The Insurance and Risk Management Society is a College of business Administration Insurance Society. The purpose of this irganization is to improve the quality of insurance education and to lerve as liaison between the campus and the insurance industry. | ' he Insurance and Risk Management Society is open to all insurance majors who are in good academic standing with the University. President: Andrea Cox VP Career Development: Hunter Todd VP Communications: Jennifer Usnik VP Industry Relations: Richie Tanner VP Correspondence: Josh DeBold VP Recruitment Membership: Amy Reed VP Public Relations: Matt Lammel VP Special Events: Tony Dale, Michael Walton VP Finance: Bradford Dixon Faculty Advisor: Dr. Karen Epermanis business school mmmi mm j h( The Student Advisory Board, made up of two representatives from each business organization, the Business School President and Vice President, the Dean of the School of Business Administration, and up to two associate deans of the School of Business Administration, provides opportunities for business students to voice their opinions on conditions within the School of Bu siness Administration. The SAB also serves the Dean of the Business School in an advisory capacity and acts as a liaison between business faculty and students. The SAB promotes the Business School ' s mission as well as maintains a close relationship with fellow students. President: Joseph Bell Vice President: Julie Jones Tyndale Brickey: CEOs Joshua Debold: PBL Chris Oxner: AMA Daniel Garcia: AITP Ransome Foose: Beta Gamma Sigma Matt Kwasek: Financier ' s Club Cindy Mabrey: Financier ' s Club Matt Lammel: I RMS Sara Beth Turner: SAM Jessica Dollar: Alpha Kappa Psi sigma alpha iota national s ociety . -colle g iate scholars Sigma Alpha Iota is an International Greek music fraternity for omen. It began at the University School of Music in Ann Arbor, Mich., i 1903. Its purposes are to promote an interest in music and foster Dcial contacts between those interested. Sigma Alpha Iota organizes its roup life specifically to promote competence and achievement within le field of music. This year the Alpha Omega Chapter is celebrating 66 ears of service to the University of Mississippi Music Department. President: Lauren Billman VP of Membership: Jaci Heath VP of Ritual: Shelby Thomas Treasurer: Lauren Sweatt Sergeant at Arms: Amber Roland Fraternity Education: Allison Adams Members: Nicole Allen, Amy Aucoin, Micht-Ie Champion, Ronisha Covington, Carrie Darwin, Laura Ciillcntine, Wise Gutshall, Becky Morris, Rebekah Neal, Jill Ward, Nancy Willson, Mara Villa. Recording Secretary: Rosanne Rutledge-Schmidt Corresponding Secretary: Michelle Taylor Editor: Kathryn Burgess The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is an honors organization recognizing outstanding academic achievement among first and second year college students and encouraging members to develop leadership skills through community service. This year the NSCS Ole Miss Chapter helped sponsor the Fall Festival for Project Homestead in Oxford, participated in the United Way Halloween Carnival, sponsored Halloween Safety Tips on Rebel Radio and ran a coat drive benefiting the Domestic Abuse Shelter for Women. President: Elizabeth Norberg Executive VP: Tashietha Butler VP Community Service: Millie Waring, Tiawanna Thompson VP Planning for College Success: Elizabeth Andrews Executive VP: Tashietha Butler Secretary: Michael Koury Historian: Chesa Reno Webmaster: Jennifer Usnik Chapter Advisor: Toni Avant organizati ons ]g o student — programmin g board Co-Directors of Diversity Ashanti Anderson and Erica Richard Co-Directors of Pageants Justin Smith and Whitney Brent Directors of Special Events Jennifer Foil, Bradley Baker and Cassie Norton Co-Directors of Entertainment David Finneean and Will White The Alpha men performed at Apollo Night sponsored by the diversity committee. An alternative to going out on the Square, the Union blowout included an oxygen bar, casino night and live musical entertainment A special event held by SPB. Army of One featured rock climbing in the Union plaza. 1 90 1 org anizations diamond . « g irls The Ole Miss Diamond Girls are chosen every fall, and the squad helps prepare for the upcoming baseball season by promoting Rebel Baseball. In the fall, the girls on the squad get involved with several community service projects. Their big fundraiser of the year is putting out a Diamond Girls cal- endar. The profits help the squad travel with the Ole Miss baseball team to all SEC weekends and all post-season play. In the spring, the Diamond Girls are busy with their duties of selling programs, helping with promotions, interacting with the fans, working bats and foul lines on the field. The Diamond Girls also help to recruit student-athletes by acting as baseball hostesses for the prospective student-athletes and their families. Captains: Jill Rosamond and Kendra Moehring Co-Captains: Melinda Smith and Leah Smith Dana Windham Kristen Fedric Deanna Poe Lindsey Brown Lauren Dye Lindsey Krouse Brittney Young Lauren Nelson Morgan Porter Lindsey Price Ashley McCoy Olivia Lusco Arabella Montgomery «T . Tve always loved Ole Miss Baseball, and being a Diamond Girl has allowed me to become a part of it. " -Lauren Nelson Rachel Donahue Blair Ferguson Jenna Nix Katy Harrison Melinda White Jill Rosamond Kendra Moehring Leah Smith Caroline Dreher Kim Kosman Jessica Betsayad Lindsay Harper organizati ons [J ] 1 M ' . - P K W 2 | orgjF M,r0 Cfc « .!■ -V anizations ftSu I « | ! % t ' % 1e% I » the pride of the south Organized in 1928, the University of Mississippi Pride of the South Band boasts more than 250 members, including musical talents, color guard and feature twirlers. In addition to performing at home football games, the Pride of the South gave outstanding performances in concert, including the 2004 governor ' s inauguaral parade in Jackson, Miss. Pep bands, formed out of the Pride of the South, perform at functions such as pep rallies and basketball games. Also performing with the Pride of the South Band are the University of Mississippi Rebelettes, which are made up of Ole Miss ' most talented female dancers. J I athy Burgess, Jenni Ferguson, Amberly Chapman, Amanda Stegall, AJacin Plunk, Ashley DeVould, Tatyana Walker, Jessica Hinckley, James Willis, Rebekah Hebert, Emiley Patterson, Geoff Talarico, Jada Presley, Leslie (addock, Miriam Moeller, Renee Wells, Jennifer Guyor, Lauren Douglas, Hope Eilders, Demetria Bracey, Brandon Miles, Jacob Newberry, Grace Blessey, Carly Blevens, Deanna Nicholson, Ashley Osthoff, James McPherson, auren Billman, Michelle Taylor, Alyssa Kuhnle, Rosland Holland, Regan Frink, Stephanie Coleman, Kelley James, Jessica Gater, Brooke Stanford, Lauren Crum, Amanda Veteto, LuAnn Butler, Sara Carter, Courtney Pierce, s Spencer, Melissa Marion, Laura Marion, Eloise Forbes, Roshell Shepherd, Brooke Wilson, Allison Haggard, Candice Adams, Melissa Marchant, Jessica Briggs, Tiffany Childers, Amy Katzenmeyer, Carey Hayes, Jessica ado, Miriam Abadie, Nadine Warden, Briana Carstens, Jocelyn English, Jacqlyn Singleton, Krystal Lewis, Paige Zastoupil, Susanna Baral, Kelly Mixon, Deidre Hall, Antonio Sneed, Jason Peacock, JW Friar, Chase Welch, Scott, Susan Swindall. Michael Putnam, Cari Crenshaw, Scottyjiminez, Jarvis Johnson, William Garner, Lauren Masssingill, Crystal Babb, Pranati Copeland, Erin Floyd, Kristen Harrison, Kirby McClain, Kandice foodard, Adole Alipoe, Lauren Sweatt, Brooke McDougal, Lindsey Timm, Michael Presnell, Jaci Heath, Andy Patrick, Lindsey Davis, Katie McLaren, Rebekah Morris, Alexis Masso, Jeannie Stacks, Marketta Nelson, eredith McKinney, Jordan Smelt, Allan Innman, Olivia Little, Matthew Cobb, Karen Garrett, Christina Villa, Jimmy Stutts, John Parks, Brandi Boles, Cydney Johnson, Berni Hazelwood, Nancy Wilson, Kristen Morse, harles Paris, Chris Davis, Kenorus Wilson, Latoya Lloyd, Darrell Ward, Brian McFarland, Brad Payne, Jeremiah Fullerton, Brenon Eaton, Greg Phelps, Stanley Cannon, Craig Joe, Jason Rogers, Matt Robinson, Marcus uinn, Patrick Werner, Adam Clay, Andrew Willcutt, AJ Chesney, Silas Richmond, Herman Sylvester, Jeremy Burnham, Andy Murphy, TJ Gibson, Dustin Swam, Sarah Chaney, Adam Wright, Brian Kleinschrodt, Robert Herr, iter Layton, Michelle Peller, Ed York, Michael Abraham, Amanda Pirani, Julie Gardino, Meghan Claney, Allison Johnson, Jessica Dowd, Katie Smith, Brittany Thornton, Anne Roybal, Erin Simmon, Katie Martin, Amy olmes, Ashley McCurrach, Ashlie Randazza, Kristen Murff, Drew Bagley, Shelby Brune, Kate Bower, Cristala Poole, Ashley Buffington, Jennifer Fiechtl, Courtney Aldredge, Austin Chinn, Paul Sparks, Carl Bethley, Joseph owell, Brian Ferguson, Caleb Hallauer, Gregory Newson, Chris Cockrell, Marci Morris, Sara Trimble, Sawyer Carroll, Timothy Stine, Andrew Bonner, Luther Williams, Neal Rockhold, Magen Warren, Matt McDonald, andon Pollard, Kim Branch, Bethany Gamma, Brent Newman, Josh Cassiry, Michelle Aldag, Stephen Harle, Ben Tuberville, Ryan Williamson, Kristen Wiggins, Charlene Baumann, Hunter Howell, Tony Simmons, Ron Sanson, Waylon Banks, Kevin White, Alisha White, Robert Li, Andrew Basinger, Ben Yancey, Dustin Pfeffer, Cynthia Lee, Chris Peters, Jeremy Quave, Jennifer Dingier, Ronnie Morisch, Rosanne Rutledge-Schmidt, Emily istice, Marcus Wilson, Heather Coggins, Latara Houston, Jennifer Dickerson, Whitney Stafford, Lee Ferguson, Brandon Vance, Charlie Miles, Nicholas Pierce, Joseph Sanchez, Ben Vandeburg, Benjamin Waldrop, Lori Felts, jsan Herndon, Amber Roland, Stacy Williams, Lee Winters, Brittany Kaylor, Ben Griffin, Chuck Crenshaw, Derek Huang, Jabarie Glass, Nicole Allen, Gabe Cartlidge, Chris Perry, Justin Wallace, Erica Davis, Stephanie ofton, Justyn Hayes, Joe Congleton, Rea Walker, Lucas Riley, Kelley Ivey, Austin McGehee, Jacques de Marche, Kip Garner, Aaron Madson, Jon Rawls, Andrew Pryor, Justin Janaskie, Kristal Allen, Darren Si dons, Courtney losley, Brian Hobbs, Aaron Bailey, Chasza McCaskill, Brian Simmons, Rob Ellis, John Cappleman, Terica Slaughter, Cliff Montjoy, Dylan Roberts, Brooks Mooneyham, Matt Aufman, Alex Dusza, Chad Spires. Benjamin ackley, Kelly Miller, Kirsry Echols organizati ons |Q i phi kappa phi " 1 k Robin Freeman LIBERAL ARTS Mary Linley Swaney Brent Michael Kitchens Norma Sanders Bourdeaux Alan Stuart Bean Holly Denise Turner Sarah Catherine Logan Jessica Lynn Choate Rose Kim Bui Ryan Shelton Wally Salley Amanda McCullar Cynthia Ann Ferguson Elizabeth Clair Casali Jana Leigh Wright Jeremy Michael McKnight Sarah Evelyn Hollis Alexandra Leigh Clark Alley Spring Neveleff Danny Ray Horton Jennifer Leigh Davis ACCOUNTANCY Brandon Scott Sherman Roberta Lynn Humphrey Megan Diane French Frances Claire Boyd Helene Carol Stadler James Brian Jernigan Ashley Michelle Fry Brett Wooten Cantrell Brian Matthew Wilson Nigiljeyashekar Joshua Adam Gray Jennifer Cheryl Gilliam Elizabeth Kyle Kimbriel Robert Desha Hines Bobbie Sue Rigby EDUCATION Philip Martin Levy Gretel Mansfeld Honaker Scott Aaron Samuels Lauren Jean Fowler Hitomi Makino Jason Michael Hopkins Joseph Nabil Shayeb Rebecca Leigh Mann Pamela Lynn Meeks Joseph Morgan Howell Virginia Ruth Stearns Amber Samyra Nichols Ghanshyam Pal Stacy Lynn James Jonathan Ward Leah Heytens Patterson Akshay Patny Jordan Elizabeth Lancaster Erin Michelle Riley Dorothy Lynn Prestwich Dustin Paul LeBlanc APPLIED SCIENCE Linda Jane Turner Karen Rae Sheridan Lucas James Marshall Sidney Katharine Barnes Patricia Ann Whitehead Nidhi Singh Emily Mathis Amanda Renee Canoy Shirl Denise Young Adam Eugene Smith Justin Tyler McCaughn Jenny Rebecca Cook Corlis Laverne Snow Matthew David McChesney Emily Ann Mize ENGINEERING Laurel Claire Spradley Megan Leigh McCune Victoria Deniece Williams John Russell Ashmore Donna Carol Starkey Shakirat Omolara Oyetunji Candace P. Witt Kaumudi Priyadarshani Atapattu Zellerie Sherhonda Stegall Elizabeth Cavett Parsons Erin Marie Riess William Timothy West Laura Elizabeth Rogers BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Natalie Jean Rose William Walker Sampson Brennan Andrew Cain Roshan Shrestha LAW SCHOOL Melissa Erin Sindelar Joshua Nathaniel DeBold Byron Norman Brown Christy Leigh Smith Donna Ann Duncan GRADUATE SCHOOL Clayton Adair Dabbs Erin M. Smith Kara Lane Hancock Sarah Frances Boshers 94 organizations catholic student association a focus on prayer, the spiritual walk, community building, community service, retreats, outreach and fun Hudion Chadwick Members: Renee Lauere, Tom Taylor, Celeste Sabatier, Ryan Yates, Sumin Kim, Brittany Smith, Catherine Durst, Margarite Sabatier, Debbie Shows, Erin Pesta, John Minor, Jennifer Foil, Katherine Foil, Diana Semmes, Adam Chapman, Maria Nix, Bruce Toman, Stephen Bertucci, Chris Kieffer John Minor begins the weekly meetings with music. Members gather during a community building kick-off retreat. Several Ole Miss students, including Erin Pesta, Bruce Toman, Stephen Bertucci, Chris Kieffer and Renee Lauere, participated in a Clarksdale Youth Retreat Day. organizati ons 19 5 V ; K3 N» Throughout the school year. many organizations contribute to bettering the welfare of the Oxford and Ole Miss community. Chad Baskin donates blood for a blood drive sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Delta. personalities Section editors: Ricki Renick Sara Martin Bal Section assistant Cayce Ryan, a junior from Baldwin, Miss. hangs out by the Union. I J Wflldivision remembered: to be thought of with gratitude, affection, respect or any other emotion; preserved fresh in the memory by Ricki Renick Every student has a different story about why they came to Ole Miss. Some follow in their family ' s footsteps; some come for scholarships. Others are drawn to it because of its beauty, but each student upon entering the University wants the same thing, to be remembered. In a student body of about 13,000 this is not always the easiest task but each student works hard to stand out from the crowd. Students may take different paths in their journeys to be remembered and might desire to be remembered in different ways or for different things, but each one of them does something to leave his or her mark on Ole Miss. Some play sports; some join sororities and fraternities. Some volunteer, and some are involved in theater or art. Some are photographers, and some write for the Daily Mississippian. Some are DJ ' s for Rebel Radio, and others simply make friends. Each student ' s time at Ole Miss is unique, but because they came here, the University has grown and changed making it a better place to be. So, each time a new opportunity presents itself, remember you are not doing it for yourself alone but for your peers and all future students of Ole Miss. personali ties U O J beaFreshman " Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved. " --Helen Keller Abadie, Mirian Acred, Kristen Adams, Cassie Adams, Megan Adcock, Mary Margaret Adkins, Suzanne Aiken, Robert Alabi, Adebanjo Albarracin, Christian Aldridge, Ryan Alemu, Tesfayesus Alipoe, Adole Allen, Brittany Allen, Kienan Allen, Kristal Allen, Rachel Allen, Tommie Anderson, Ashley Anderson, Ashley Anstead, Samantha Apperson, Jeremy Appling, Jamie Armstrong, Grace Armstrong, Rasheed Arnold, Angela Arnow, Paul Arroyo, Elliot Arther, Trashienda Ater, Kristen Ayers, Jessica Babb, Crystal Bagwell, Laura Bailess, Rebecca Bailey. Elizabeth Bailey, Kamesha Bailey, Meredith Baltic, Emil Barrett, Mary Basinger, Andrew Batton, Racheal Baumann, Charlene Baxter, Teresa ZOO personalities Beardley, Jennifei Bechtol, ooper Beeman, Lindsay Begley, Steven Benvcnutti, Benjamin Betty Lura Black. Lauren Bleuins, Timothy Blevcns, Carly Blocker, Christopher Bobo, Lotoya Bojuwon, Lukman Boler, Mary-Beth Boler, Patrick Boler, Terrell Boozer, Amanda Boyd, Brandon Brabec, Claire Brame, Lindsay Branch, Kimberly Brandenberg. Rob Brannan. Bernie Branson, Maria Ann Brantley, Ashley Breaux, Kimberly Brock, Anna Brock, Mark Brooks, Christopher Broome, Abigail Brown, Cannon Brown, Katie Broyles, Kathryn Bryant, Julia Buchanan. Sarah-Rose Bullen, Daphnee Burch, Carrie Burchfield, Charlie Burchfield, Heather Bussey, Jenny Lind Butler. Anginita Cajoleas, Jimmy Campbell. David fresh menlZQ I Cannon, Robert Carson, Fowler Carter, Catherine Cartwright, Travis Self description: Funny and Outgoing What ' s been your best experience at Ole Miss? When I met my roommate and my next door neighbors. What is your life motto? " Go confidently in the direction of your dreams and live the life you have imagined. " —Tboreau Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Living in Texas with a big house and a husband working as a journalist. What is the biggest accomplishment of your life? Being the salutatorian of my class. What do you feel is Ole Miss ' best attribute? The beautiful campus and all of the great teachers that are here. Caskey, Katherine Cason, Angela Chandler, Shannon Chapman, Amberly Chapman, Robert Chapman, Shekenna Chen, Yi Chew, David Childers, Amanda Chotin, Hannah Church, Brent Clark, Len Clifford, Allyson Cochran, Lindsey Cofer, Anne Coggins, Heather Cole, Cassie Cole, Megan Cole, Stephen Coleman, Reshika Collins, Anna Margaret Colotta, Ashley Conway, Mary Cook, Austin Covington, Camille Cowart, Lindsay Cox, Johnathan Crisp, Tyler 2 QZ | pe n alities ■ if i p m. ' 1 p £ p « V k " • 1 (■ 3 J JL 41 ■ - L b Cromeans, John Crosswhite, Megan Cummings, Laura Currie, Christen Curry, Olicia Dannreuther, Drew Dares, Jene Davenport, Malarie Davis, Bret Davis, Elizabeth Davis, Emily Davis, Erica Davis, Mark Dawson, Caroline Dean, Alicia Debardeleben, Alex Deibler, Melissa Denley, Aramy Dennis, Suzannah Dennison, Laura Derrick, Allison Deweese, Chad Dickerson, Dusty Dilworth, Cat Dixon, Crystal Dotson, Bud Douglass, Julie Dowell, Britt Dozier, Laura Dunagin, Jennifer Dunn, Meyasha Eason, Abbie Edwards, Jodi Edwards, Megan Edwards, Sarah Eley, Carolyn Ellmer, Susan Ely, Julie Emerson, Ashley Erickson, Courtney Ericson, Heather Etheridge, Lindsey Evans, Whitney Fair, Lauren Fair, Laushelle Farrar, Todd Fincher, William Finnegan. Katie fresh men 20 Fitzpatrick, Chara Floyd, Erin Fondren, Kayla Forbes, Kierra Ford, Will Forester, Davidson Foster, Lindsay Fountain, Katherine Fowler, Elizabeth Fowler, Lingsey Franklin, Lacey Freeman, Lauren Gable, Melissa Gafford, Alex Galloway, Shyra Galze, Katheryn Gardner, Amy Gardner, Carolyn Gardner, Catherine Garner, Dana Garner. Megan Gasquett, Sophie Gatewood, Bettinica Gatewood, Chad Gatlin, Anna Gayden, Jamesc Germany. Benjamin Gibbs, Vanessa Gladney, Lori Glover-Rogers, Mary fHt - JjJH Naomi Fulton and Chaquita Shannon ZC H- pers onalities A Jl Golmon, Courtney Goodman, Edwin Goodman, Hunter Goodwin, D ' Atron Goolsby, Shccna „ Gray, Sara Grayson, Ashley Green, Cassie Green, Tracie Gresham, John Griffin, Benjamin Griffin, Ralanda Grimes, Jeffrey Grimm, Jeff Guerieri, Trey Guerra, Jynette Gupton, Crawford Haggard, Allison Haldiness, Samuel Hall, Deidre Hall, Holly Hall, Sylvia Hamilton, Jennifer Hancock, Allen Hankins, Blake Hankins, Madeline Hans, Samantha Hanson, Rebecca Harkins, Jennifer andon Brannon, Lawrence Muroko, Candyce Hayes, LaKeidra Hampton, Adrienne Danielle Vance and Saheba D. fresh men 20 5 Harkins, Michael Harper, Kristal Harpole, Megan Harrington, Elizabeth Harris, Cedric Harris, Hayes Harris, Lateshia Harris, Matt Harrison, James Harrison, Lauren Harwell, Jeremy Hathcoat, Stephanie Hawkins, Carolyn Grace Hayes, Candyce Hayes, Justyn Hayes, Vanessa Haygood Jr, Robert Hayward, Ragan Heard, Sarah Heggi, John Helms, Collin Henderson, Alexander Henderson, John Mark Hendricks, Nichole Henley, Sarah Henry, Crystal Henry, George Hereford, Stephanie Herrod, Aeryal Herzog, Anna Hill, Carl Hill, Christal Hill, Samantha Hills, Heather Hoffman, Lauren Hogan, Alison Holder, Candice Holland, Rosland Hollins, Glennetta Hollis, Lauren Horner, Daniel Hosch, Roshanda Hotz, Taylor Houston, Latara Howard, Rachel Howell, Hunter Howell, Julie Huang, Derek ZQ6|per; alities Jones, Scarlet Joseph, Jasmia Joy, Kim Kaylor, Brittany Keenum, Blythe Keng, Carleen fresh men 20 Keshel, Seth Keuter. Aaron Kidder, Mollie Kimbrough. Kali King, Darling King, Felicia King, Melissa Kisner, Carson Kitchens. Hunter Kittredge, Brett Knight, Lamar Knox, Kalista Koger, Bonnie Koon, Luther Kortenber, Katie Leigh Kruger, Edward Kuykendall, Thomas Lake, William Land, Alma Lange, Bambi Larmour, Chase Lauman, Mandy Lavassani, Farah Leblanc, Amanda Lee, Morgann Leggett, Darrel Lester, Dena Lester, Richard Lewis, Caroline Lewis, Rebecca Lezon, Clay Lin, Fang Lipe, Erin Lockett, Christy Loggins, Santanna Long, Jennifer II An education from Ole Miss is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire. ii Chris Peters, a freshman engineering major from Ocean Springs, Miss. .03 1 per 108 1 personalities W- w Lorcn en, Jennifer Louviere, Lindscy Love, Sam Luckic, Amanda Luke, Clark Luna, Lauren Madden, Courtney Magee, Laura Mahalitc, Jamie Maloney, Ashley Mansell, John Mansfield, Meredith Maples, Courtney Marcy, Kelly Marion, Laura L. Markle, Dustin Martin, Katie Martin, Sarah Maruszak, Jordan Marx, Justin Mathis, Keri Maxwell, Katie May, Mallory Mayet, Lauren Mayeux, Kathryn McAdory, LaJoi McCaskill, Gigi McClain, Kirby McClendon, Wade McCool, Kyle McDonald, Brooks McDonnchaon, Patrick McElwain, Lucas McGinnis, Courtney McGuirt, Chelsea Mclnnis, Robert McKenzie, Joanna McKenzie, Melissa McKibben, Megan McLellan, Ivy McLeod, Morgan McMurphy, Anna Lora McNally, Rachel McNeel, Caroline McNutt, Jessica Megar, Katherine Michaelson, Seth Miller, Andy fresrimenUp? Self Description: Smart and Athletic Best Experience at Ole Miss? Going to the Ole Miss vs. Auburn game in Auburn, Ala. What is your motto for life? Never give up. What is our worst experience at Ole Miss? Watching Ole Miss lose to Memphis. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? In pharmacy school. What is the biggest accomplishment of your life? Going to Australia to play football. What has surprised you most about Ole Miss? All the walking you have to do to and from class and your dorm. What is Ole Miss ' best attribute? Ole Miss has great parties! Miller, Dena Milner, Anna Milner, Katherine Milone, Lisa Mims, Loralee Minto Jr. David Mock, Angela Montgomery, Latrena Mooney, Mary Grace Moore, Haley Moore, Havilah Moore, Meredith Moore, Ryves Moore, Sheena Morris, Lillian Morse, Kristen Motes, Rachel More, Allison Mukoro, Stephanie Mulvihill, Tara Murchison, Jennifer Murff, Kristen Murphy, Hershel Murray, Babs 210 pe rsonalities Musselman, Sara Nash, Thomas Nash, Zack Nathan, Lawemce Tyler Navarrete, Carley Neal, Thomas Neely, Jennifer Nethery, Haley Nicholson, Deanna Nicosia, Julia Nobile, Amy Norman, Mary-Brandon North, William Nowlin, Amanda Pace, Lauren Pace, Megan Pannell, Tiffany Parker, Breanne Parker, Curtis Patrick, Katherine Patterson, Emiley Patton, Virginia Paulk, Dennis Peacock, Ann Christopher Pearson, Lauren Pee, Lindsey Pegues, Brittany Pegues, Sir Allen Perkins, Anna Persick, David Peters, Christopher Pharr, Bradon Phillips, Kevin Phyfer, Lindsey Pigott, Katie Pinkham, Brittney Pinkston, Chris Pizzo, Emily Pope, Kimberly Porter, Morgan Pottit, Samantha Powell, Meghan Presnell, Michale Prestage, Paige Privett, Kristen Pugh, Joseph Purdie, William Puthan, Sunil freshmenl211 Pun. Sally Rainey. Elizabeth Ramsey. William Raulston. Web Ravenstein. Corey Reed Ashlev Reed Da id Reeves. Abby Rials. Brinany Richardson. Angel Richardson. Katie Rimmer. Candance Rippy. Rip Rivers. Elizabeth Roach. Rosland Robb. Philip Robens, John Roberts. Kara Robinson. Mary Roby. Tiffany Rockstad Trevor Rodgers. Claire Rogers. Kory Rollins. Aaron Rohving, Andrea Rooney. Celeste Rosa. Jessica Rouse, Jessica Rowell, Brian Rovbal. .Anne Rudd Shannon Russell. .Amber Russell. Dunmetria Russell. Jocelyn Russell. Meg Sadler. Patrick vM ■■ 4m ■Stephen Surrell ; 2JZ|pereonaltbes BHI BB BM Michael Williamson IE M? " kl TUP Sanderson, Jamal Sanford, Elizabeth Sansing, Cherish Saorel, Patrick Schilling, Lindsay Schuchard, Mary Margaret Scott, Allison Scott, Shira Seal, Jonathan Seger, Michael Sellers, Megan Sharpe, Matthew Sharpe, Rixter Shelton, Candace Shepherd, Raashidah Shepherd, Sarah Shouse, Kevin Simmons, Margaret Simonton, Hannah Simpson, Mark Sledge, Caroline Smith, Andrea Smith, Ashley Smith, Brittney Smith, Claire Smith, Troy Smith, Will Smith- Vaniz, Leigh Smithers, Amber Smithhart, Chelsea Sneed, Antonio Solomon. Samantha Sorrel, Frank Stark, Whitney Steadman, Stephanie Steele, Shondrea fresh menlll Stevens, Helen Steward, Vikki Stewart, Crystal Stinson, Elizabeth Stokes, Ann Stokes, Meagan Swan, Joshua Swartz, Dustin Swenson, Angela Sydhor, Sharee Tackett, Amanda Tatum, Lee Taylor, Cliff Taylor, Darline Taylor, Latoya Taylor, Leigh Taylor, Leslie Taylor, Shelby Tedford, Nancy Temple, Shaunna Theriot, Sage Thiel, Matthew Thomas. Tabitha Thompson, Hope Thompson, Taylor Thornton, Brittany Thrash, Adam Torrey, Candice Trammell, Chip Trantham, Kemisha Stone, Howard Stoneburner, Bennett Stout, Tyler Strong, Patrick Stubblefield, Ashley Sukmann, Annmarie r 1 ■01 Q % H ii Tacarna Toles, Kerry Malone, Michael Wi and Paul Williamson 2.1 -| pe l 214 personalities Treutel, David Trotter, Bryant Collins Tie, Yinwan Tubb, Shanna Tubbs, Haley Tyncr, Lauren Usry, Corby Vallas, Jason Dyke, Jessica Van Vance, Adrienne Vandever, Taylor Varnado, Jessica Varnado, Windy Varner, Caroline Vassar, Jason Vasser, Jr., Johnny Vaux, Brittany Veazey, Patrum Villa, Chrsitina Waddell, Mary Wadlingston, Walden, Layra-Beth Walhood, Cassie Walker, Brandon Walker, Ciara Walker, Courtney Walker, Kimblee Walker, Preston Ward, Kara Ward, Lauren Ward, Sara Warden, Nadine Warren, Crystal Weeden, Alanna Weeden, Monica Welch, Chase Eruke Ohwofasa, Stephen Surrell and Chiquita Collins fresh men 21 s Self Description: Energetic and Outgoing What is the best experience you have had at Ole Miss? Making the cheerleading squad because it is the biggest accomplishment in life, and I always wanted to cheer in college. What is your motto for life? When you follow your heart, the best things happen. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Working for a major pharmaceutical company. What is the accomplishment of your life? I won nationals individually as a cheerleader with All-Stars. What has surprised you about Ole Miss? I have been surprised as bote much Oxford and Ole Miss have been able to become a second home to ?ne. Everyone is so welcoming. What do you feel is Ole Miss ' best attribute? Either the fact that you can walk to anywhere on campus or while walking you will know at least four people on the street. 2lc| pe i ersonaliries Welden, Mary Allison Wells, Jeremy Whaley, Lori Whitaker, Holly White, Alisha White, Christina White. Drew- White, Zita Wiggins. Heather Wilkerson, Lezlie Wilks, Kimberly Williams. Carlin Williams. Luther Williams, Nathan Williams. Quanisha Williamson, Alexis Willis. James W ilson, ( allie Wilson, Daniel Wilson. Jennifei Wilson, Jessica Wilson, LaTerriei Wilson, Nicholas Wilson. Teela Winfrey, Jamie Woodruff, Richard Worth, Laurel Wren, Ali Wright, Leigh Anne Wunder Jr, Paul Yates, Ryan Young, Antrell Young, Joshua Zimmerman. Margaret Zulu. Auset " What does it mean to be a Rebel? I It means tailgating in the Grove, shopping on the Square, late night study sessions at the Bistro before early morning classes, afternoons at the Turner Center, and a lifetime of memories with the greatest people on earth. " - Patrice L. Jones, a freshman bio-chemistry and pre-dental major from Long Beach, Miss. freshmenlzi beaSophomore " Sit down before fact as a little child, be prepared to give up every preconceived notion, follow humbly wherever and to whatever abyss nature leads, or you shall learn nothing. " —Thomas Huxley Abide, Lauren, Ar Abide, Lesie, Ar Abies, Christopher, K Aills, Brittany, Xfi Aldredge, Courtney Allen, Gregory Allgood, Hunter, 2X Anderson. Nathan Anderson-Speck, Julie Andrews, Ashley, Ar Ashford, Allison, $M Atchison, Samantha Atkins, Michael Austin, Wilson, KKX Aycock, Anna Bagley, Jonathan Bailey, Matthew, KS Baker, Elizabeth, KA0 Balducci, Lou-Ann Ball, Sara Martin, Xfi Balthazar, Kristin, Q$A Bandy, Melissa, Xfi Barkley, Ashley, LIB Barkley, Corrie, Ar Bell, Kellie, Ar Bennett, Kristopher Bennett, Reginald Berg, Michael Bertrand, Rebecca-Noel, AOIJ. Billingsley, Margaret, $M Bingham, Elyse, nB$ Binns, Nena Black, Andrea Blackledge, Stacy, $M Blount, Emily, Ar Blythe, Robert Box, Lauren Box, Thomas, I A0 Bradley, Natalie, M Bramlage, Jenny. I M Branton, Deborah Brawner, Alyssa Jill ZlS_jnersonalities 4 S " STSot BMW ■h ' W B I E if H .B ?T Bray, Laura, XS2 Brewer, Sandra Brickey. Karen. XQ Brill, Dana Broussard, April Brown, Carlos Brown, Lindsey, Ar Brown, Whitney Bruno, Adrienne, I IB Bryan, Spencer, 2N Buntyn, Brandee Bynum, Sarah, KA0 Byrd, Nakedra Callegari, Jonathan, A0A Camburn, Rachel Cannada, Katie, AAA Cannon, Crystel Carlton, Benjamin, I1KA Carr, Bonnie, KA Carroll, Clay, t A0 Carstens, Briana Ceasar, Melissa, Ar Cease, Meghan, DDD Certion, Erica Chambers, Cynthia Champion, Chris, SN Childs, Litisha Clark, Brian, K Clark, Dedrick Clark, Trey, SN Clay, Adam, A Cleark, Kenyatta Clemants, Erin Clinard, Jena, KA Clower, Stephanie Coker, Brad Cole, Kathryn, AT Coleman, Latoya Collins , Chiquita Coin. Patrick Conner, Bethany Cook, Nicole, IIB$ Amanda Barner, Kenna Brown. Kantress Evans, Jessica Ayers and Courtney Pierce re 2i Cook, Robert Cope, Palmer, Ar Covington, William Name: Jahmario Williams Age: 20 Hometown: Greenwood, Miss. Self Description: Sociable and Intelligent What is your motto in life? Never give up. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? I have no idea. What is the best experience you have had at Ole Miss? The parties. What has surprised you most about Ole Miss? The People are so nice. What is Ole Miss ' best attribute? The Union. It is a cool place to hang out. Craig, Camp, SN Crawford Brittany, KA0 Crawford, Elspeth Cruse, Blake, 2X Cubley, Laura, IIB$ Dampeer, Justin Daniel, Richard Davis, Alison, AOII Davis, Jessica Dawkins, Megan, AAA Dawson, Nick Day, Christine De Weerdt, Phyllis Dean, Brenda DeCastro, Taylor DeLoach, Lindsey, KA Denson, Preston Deweese, Lindsey, KA0 Dial, Jonathan Dickson, Carly, II B$ Dickson, Schuyler L 1 IT 7 : tT yflfc, ■ 1 220 personalities sophomores 1 H I 1 « 1 ■ V Dobbs, Kaneisha Dorscy, Louis Doss, Jessica Drummond, Will, 2v.N Ducker, Bobbie, Xfi Duddleston, Jennifer, AT Dufour, Jacob Duncan, Monica DuQuesnay, Henry Clay, KZ Durastanti, Angela Dye, Lauren, Ar Earl, Christopher East, Autumn Eastland, Jane Oliver, XQ Edens, Lauren, AOII Edwards, Wendy, AAA Ekugwum, Charity Falzone, Leslie, AOII Farmer, Alexis Faulks, Emily Ferrell, Alexis Finnegan, David Finney, Emilea, KA0 Floyd, Katie Flynt, John Forster, Paul Foster, Leigh Anne Fratesi, Lane, Xft Freelon, Laconda Freeman, Jessica ti Being at Ole Miss has been a challenge, but yet, a great and wonderful experience. " Adrian Mayse, a sophomore banking and finance major from Victoria, Miss. sophomo res 22 1 French, Heater Frost, Kristin, $M Fuller, Michelle Furr, Abby Gadd, Stefanie Gainey, Lindsay, KA0 Garfield, Leslee, IIB$ Garner, Kate, KA Gaunder, Robyn Gent, Kristen, AOII Gifford. Scherlyn Gipson, Byron Givens, Julia, AAA Givens, Kara, AAA Glass, Joy Frances, KKr Glenn, Mary Godfrey, Laura Goodwin, Madeline, $M Gore, Bryan Grant, Jalarna Gray, Barry Gray, Keoni Greene, Nicholas Greer, Ken Yon, $B2 Gregg, Christopher Gregory, Mary Gresham, Benjamin Griffin, Jake, K2 Griffin, Steven Grimshaw, Jordan ■ i r 1 In B ' ,fL 222 personalities ! v ai 1 I %,T ' Ji Grisham, Katy, 4 M Gvvin, Stacy Haberstroh, Chase Haimes, Megan Hale, Barry Hall, Susan, AAA Hamby, Blair Hamilton, Brandy Hand, Spencer Hardgrave, Drew, $KT Harper, April Harrington, Jennifer, KA0 Harris, Charles, 2N Harris, Laura, XQ Harris, Rachel Harris, Yannick Harrison, Kathryn Hartwell, LaToya Hastings, Meredith, KA0 Hawks, Laura Head, Joneeta Hearne, James Hebert, Rebekah Hegwood, Eliza, KA Heitmann, Tina Helander, Eleanor, KA0 Hemphill, April Hensley, Clayton Herrod, Teki Hillis, Darren sophomoresj225 " Tailgating in the Grove, the Walk of Champions preserving a fine Southern Tradition and knowing every word to the Hotty Toddy, now that is the definition of an Ole Miss Rebel. H Melynda Pankey, a sophomore communicative disorders major from Palestine, Art Hobbs, Brian Hogan, Nick Hoggard, Megan Holland, Joyce, KA Holland, Lauren Holomon, Keyonie Holsey, Libra Holt, Rachel, Xfi Hood, Brant Horton, Will, $KT Hoyt, Morgan Leigh, KKT Huett, Lindsey, KA0 Hughes, Janna Hughes, Jeremy Hughes, Lauren, KA Hunter, Jennifer Hurst, Sene Hust, Elizabeth Ince, Molly, JIB Jackson, Jillian James, Kelley, TB2 Jeanes, Kelly, AAA Jeansonne, Jennifer, £ M Jennings, Ashley, KKT Jennings, Whitney Nicole Jensen, Brandon Jones, Cameron, 2X Jones, Kimberly Jones, Kristin Jones, Morgan, Ar Jones, Teandrea Jordan, Sarah, KA0 Journey, Khrissaundra Judson, Jennifer Judson, Karen Justice, Emily - w Z2-f| pe i ersonalities c H Sara Strazalka, Russ Waites, Casey Smith, Madeline Hankins, Leah Smith, Corrie Tyner, Richard Swayze, Lexie Williamson and Katie Thompson sophomores ■ 1 : 1 % f . Sfefcei, 8c9S - | Kay, Andrea Kelley. Tenisha Kelly, Chadrick King, Leigh Allyn, Ar King, Mindy, Ar Kinsey, Kathryn, KKf Kitchens, Katie, $M Kitchens, Trey, 2AE Knight, Jamie, Ar Kosko, Mark, ZX Kurts, William, 2$E Ladd, Chaeleena, IIB$ Laine, Craig, $K Laird, Katie, Ar Lane. Carlos Lane, Marie Lang, Cassie Latham, Paige, Ar Ledbetter, Amanda, II B$ Lee, Kelvin Leech, Rachel, I1B I Legg, Mandy, KA Leslie, Elise Lin, Yaning Little, Joshua Little, Marcie McKee, XQ Little, Olivia Locklear, Jodi Logan, Lydia Lohmar, James Lomax, Sarah Rose, KA Love, Matthew, K2 Love, Melissa Low, Laura, AAA Lucas, Lorelei Lyon, Jennifer sophomoresLzZ It Macgowan, Barrett, SAE Magee, Drew, XQ Makamson, Anna Lauren Maldonado, Lindsay Manzanares, Adah Marascalco, Diana, Ar Marchant, Melissa, KA0 Marcoux, Danielle, KA0 Markow, James Martin, Jared Martin, Markisha Massey, Kera Mathena, Lee Matthews, Meredith Veda, KA0 Matthews, Jr., Lee May, Austin May, Emily, Ar Mayse, Adrian, A$A McClain, Ally McClellan, Dominique McCluskey, Jennifer McCommon, Stacy McCoy, Ashley McCraw, Emily, AI " McCullum, Chase McCutcheon, Taylor, KA McFadden, Ellaka McGehee, Austin Mclntire, Rebecca McKelroy, Peter McKenzie, Laura, AOII McKinney, Meghan McKinney, Meredith, AOII McKinney, Sheila McKnight, David McMillen, Stephanie ■ ■ - M ■1 , MV - i 1 h II p ike the sense of community we have on campus. j» Stephen Surrell, a sophomore psychology major from Jackson, Miss. 22 o pe rsonalities sophomores McNair, Jimmy McNally, Henry McVey. Gary Merrill, Elizabeth, KA Metzgcr, Robert Middlcton, Maggie Miller, Erin, KA0 Miller, Matthew, KA Mills, Michael Milner, Adam Milo, Stephanie Mitchell, Tracey Monsour, Meredith, Xft Montgomery, Arabellla, Ar Montgomery, Brenton, 2N Montiel, Judith Ann, XQ Monts, Kimmel, 2N Moore, Carroll Moore, Danyale Moore, Lauren, KA0 Moore, Pierre Moore, Stephanie Morris, Lindsey, AOII Morris, Matthew, K2 Morrison, Sarah, KA0 Morrisson, Jenna, AOII Mott, Joanna, IIB$ Mullen, Christopher Murphree, Caroline, Xfi Murray, Micah Nail, Angela, KA Neal, Jomonique Necaise, Amanda Nelson, Carnesha Neumaster, Lance Nguyen, Jane Noble, Bradley Noel, Lauren, XQ Nozinich, Michael O ' Neal, Jeremy O ' Rear, Erica Ogden, Elizabeth, KA0 Ohwofasa, Eruke Orsborn, Laura Otis, Leslie Panchol, Gabriel Pankey, Melynda Paschall, Erica, Q$A sophomo res 11 7 " Being an Ole Miss Rebel is the feeling of pride one has when the band plays the alma mater at the first game of the season and you know something magical is about to happen in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. - Rebecca-Noel Bertrand, a sophomore broadcast journalism and political science major trom Kingwood, Texas. Patrick, Amy Patrick, Katie Pattie, Zachry Pearce, Jonathan Peel, Haley Perkins, Kashundra Peterson, Rachel, RB$ Pettiette, Michael Anne, KKT Pham, Mike Phillips, Brianna Phillips, Sue, KKX Pierce, Natalie, KA Pierotti, Nicholas, £ KA Piletz, Andrew Polston, Scotty Presley, Marcus Price. Madeline, XQ Price, Maisie Priddy, Kelly, KA0 Pryor, Obarcus Quevreaux, Jason Redmond, Jr., Willie Reed, Anna, KA0 Reed, Brandon, B0II Reeves, Anna, Ar Reeves, Jefferey, A Reich, Heidi Reid, Kayla Reynolds, Kristen Rice, Katherine, FIB Richardson, Kathryn, KA Ridley, Celia, nB Riley, Kenneth, K2 Roberts. Jeremy Roberts, Rachel, Ar Roberts, Tante, Xfi fl 22S personalities sophomores 1 mt j£ si IT pin £ p Maxie Broome III and Charles R.Washington I Robertson, Mandy, KKI ' Robinson, Candace, ZOT Robinson, ( Ihristopher Robison, Walt, KA Rogers, Garrett, IIKA Rogers, Lashaunda Rohr, Kristin Ross, Rebekah, I M Rudolph, Mallory, 4 M Rule, Caroline, KA0 Russell, Perry, K2 Ryan, Meg Sain, Ashley Salters, Orman Salu, Jennifer Samuels, Nicole, Xfi Sartin, Judd Savage, Elizabeth Savage, Kendrick Scarbrough, Carol, AT Schiro, Alana Schuh, Louis Scott, Lauren, Q$A Scott, Mary-Sada Scott, Staci Sehrt, James, K2 Sessums, Hildon, KT Shamaly, Salimeh Sharpe, Mary Kathryn, AT Shelton, Stephanie, $M Shepard, Roshell Shields, Lynley, AAA Simmons, Mary Kathryn, IIB ' i ' Simmons, Turner Simon, Latrina sophomoreslzz 2 Q pe rsonalities Sims, Andrew Sims, David Sims, Kendra Slaughter, Ivey, Ar Smith, Brad Smith, Casey Smith, Cassie, KA0 Smith, Lindsay Smith, Melissa Smith, Meredith, FIB Snow, Lena Spencer, Iris Spruill, Meredith, KA0 Stables, Emily Stacks, Jeannie Stafford, Stephen Stanfill, Amy Stanford, Allison Stanley, Catherine, Ar Stevens, Lindsey Stewart, Heather Stillwell, Kristi Stine, Timothy Stoll, Julia, KKr Strange, Ashley Strzalka, Sarah, fi$A Stuckey, Dennis Surrell, Stephen Sutton, Charlotte Taff, Rachel Tallie, Trenisha Tapp, Mary Taylor, Jonah Taylor, Jordan Taylor, Matthew Taylor, Sherrod, KA sophomores Teel, John Paul Tew, Mary Melinda, Xfi Thigpen, David, 2N Thomas, Anwen Thomas, Kristy Thomas, Krystal Thomas, Samatha, 1 M Thomas, Shenetrice Thompson, Katie Thurman, Megham Tidwell, Mary Ann Tindall, Ashleigh Tisdale, Nicole Todd, Jacob Totten, Danielle Turner, Jared, $B2 Tutor, Maranda Udomah, Ekikere Upshaw, Ryan Vanderpool, Lauren Verhine, David Vonbrune, Shelby Wade, Raymond Wadkins, Kristine Waites, Allison Waites, Russell Wakefield, Michael, SN Walker, Bill Walker, Candice Walker, Chavonti Walker, Jonathan Walker, Katy, JIB Walker, Laurie, AAA Walker, Marc Walker, Marcell Walker, Paden, Xfi r Walker, Teela Wall, Sarah, Ar Wallace, Amanda, KA Walmsley, Thomas, B0JT Walton, Patrick, 2X Wantland, Megan, IIB J? Washington, Ontario Watkins, Jeffery Watts, James, 2X Waycaster, Amy Waycaster, Jill, Ar Webb, Tiffany Wells. Calvin, SN Werne, Catherine, Xfi West, Jessica West, Takisha Wheat, Javier Whelan, Jenny Kate, XU White, Alexis White, Grace, f M White, Jennie, AT White, Randi, M Whitfield, Tye Wicker, Caroline, AT Wilbert, John, $K Wilkes, Evelyn Wilkins, Emily, AT Williams, Jahmario Williams, James Williams, Joey HL y IHk IS 2 V | pe ersonalities Williams, Rachel, AT Williams, litus Williamson, Michael Williamson, Ryan Wilson. Andrew Wilson, ' hristopher Wilson, Jenny, KA9 Wilson, Martha Wade. KA Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Tiffany Winter. Alex Wo fiord, Damon. KA Wooters, Laura Madeline Worley, Allison Worthem, Kenaz Wraggs, Keneshia Wyrick, Michael Yancey, Amanda Young, Anthony Young, Mary Allyson, AAA Zorbino, Joe sophomo res 2V beaJunior " Believe in yourself. Have faith in your abilities ' . Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers, you cannot be successful or happy. " --Norman Vincent Peale Acred, Angla, AOII Adderholt, Shara Aikman, Kathryn, J M Albriton, Irby, KA Aldag, Michelle Alexander, William Alford, Maegan Allemand, Kevin Allen, Christina Allen, Susan Amborn, Robert, 2X Anazia, Gregg Anderson, Nichole Andrews, Toy Anthony, Jill, AAA Aranchuk, Tatsiana Atkins, Julia Autry, Elizabeth Bachus, Tommy, $K Bailey, David, 2X Bailey, Katie Bailey, Sherret Bajaj, Parul Baker, Amanda, AOJT Baker, Bradley Baker, Johnathan Bane, Jennifer Bankhead. Lenta Barham, William, B0II Barksdale, Lana BL _ a Va ■ h i f ' Ole Miss ' best attribute is that you have the resources of a large first class university, however you still have the small, close-knit college environment where you know everyone ' s name. " Andrae Sims, a junior elementary education major from Louisville, Miss. 5±lps 23 1- I personalities ill Barnett, Sheena Barrow, Leigh, X£i Bartlett, Martin Barton, Amanda Baskin, Chad Bates, Colleen Beasley, Ernest, A Beitzel, Ben Benron, Hubert Benton, Richard Benvenutti, Nicholas Berrong, Kathryn, 4 M Berryhill, Ashlyn, KA6 Bertucci, Stephen Billings, Mallory Bivens, Stacey, KA0 Blackburn, Ann, AAA Blackwell, Genia, KKT Blakeslee, Rebekah, AAA Bland, Cristen Blankenship, Wendy Boatner, Allison Bobo, Crady Boggan, Jessica, AAA Bonner, Kalyn Boone, Philip Bottoms, Natalie, AOIT Bower, Kate, Ar Boyd, Clarie Boyd, Laura, fi$A Boyles, Jessica Brannon, Shawn Braylock, Latoya Brent, Whitney, KET Brewer, Kristen, KA Briggs, Jessica, TB2 V If i 4 Ami If w ■ ' . 1 5 f ■vf 7 m Nicole Tisdale, Tomeco Hubbard, Kathryn Simmons, Mario Williams. Esit Udomah, Roshell Shepherd, Jennifer Wilks and Miranda Haynes n ors Z Name: TaSheitha Butler Age: 21 Hometown: Natchez, Miss. Self Description: Calm and Compassionate Where do you see yourself in 5 years? In five years, I hope to be finishing medical school and anticipating the start of residency. What has surprised you most about Ole Miss? Before starting school here, I ' d never been to an Ole Miss athletic event. Also the first time I experienced the Grove on a football Saturday ivas incredible. What is Ole Miss ' best attribute? The people I have encountered on this campus have a sincerity that cannot be found in any other places. What is your life motto? When life gets you down, you can always look up. What has been your best experience while at Ole Miss? While taking classes in the summer of 2002, I met my best friend and soul mate. It takes a little Ole Miss magic to make such a conncection. Brooks, Lenwood 2N Brooks, Lindsay Brorby, Elizabeth Brown, Benjamin Brown, Brandon Brown, Lauren Brown, Stephen, KS Brueck, Anne, KA Bryant, Kenneth Bullard, Amanda Bullion, Braxton Buntin, Holly, KKT Burgess, Kathryn Burns, Kelly Burns, Mattie Burroughs, Will Butler, Denaya, Z £ B Butler, Tasheitha Byrd, Jessica, KA0 Byrd, Mindy Jo, KA0 Calcote, Garrieth Calvert, Sherita Campbell, Regan Carey, Lisa, I M 2 V- pc frson.ihritrs lit-ic juniors I m 1 ' m innrl, Michelle Carpenter, ' )i;u issa Carroll, Crista, QB Cartwright, Courtney ( artwright, Sally, I ' M Casabclla, Jamie Chambers. Chaeli C ' hambliss, Alvenia Chamoun, Nancy, Xil Chancellor, Lauren, AAA Chapman, Adam Chapman, Kathryn Chinn, Courtney, KA Choules, Lindsay Claney, Meghan, Ar Clark, Alexandra, Ar Clark, Hannah Claused, Charlette Cobb, Joseph Cockrell, Kelli Coffield, E Lauren Cole, H. L. Cole, Kacey, fi A Coleman, Benjamin Coleman, Lucretius Collum, Murray Conner, Fleming, $K Conwill, Christopher Cook, Sarah, KA0 Cooper, Chris I " The first time that I came here, I felt like I was I at home. That is why I choose Ole Miss. " Diana Semmes, a junior history major from Meridian, Miss. n ors 2V Copeland, Pranati Coumbe. Curt Cox, Stephanie Crain, Allen, Crawford, Alexander, 2X Crews, Elizabeth Cromeans, Catherine, $M Crouch, Robert Crowley, Ashley, KKX Crowson, Meredith Culliver. Vanessa Cummings, Keith Curry, LaShonn Daley. Lamar Dantin, Mary Patton, $M Davidson, Ben Davis, Anna Davis, Latonya Davis, Matt Davis, Reid 2X DeHenre, Saneba, 2m Delarosa, Patrick Deweese, Drew Domian, Annie, A0I1 Donahoe, Meredith, XQ Donahue, Rachel Douglas, Lauren Downing, Jacquelin Drago, Gaines, 2N Durst, Catherine, KKT Jahmario Williams V 8 personalities I A • _ Earnshaw, Thomas Echols, Kirsty i ii. I, Jack Elder, Dorothy Enggano, Brain Epting, Jeremy Erwin, Tiffany Estes, James, ZAE Evans, Emily, AAA Evans, Emily Douglas, M Evans, J. J. Evans, Sarah, £2$ A Fair, Jamie Fair, Shirlaurence Fancher, James Favre, Cassandra Fellows, Gordon, SN Ferguson, Brian Ferguson, Chad Ferguson, Lindsey Fewell, Allison Fields, Dashawn Fioranelli, John, KA Fondren, Michael, KA Ford, Elizabeth, AT Foster, Brook Fowler, Lauren, Ar Franklin, Karen Freeman, Palmer Frierson, Christopher u m ors 2 9 " Ole Miss is so close-knit and diverse, giving students a chance to easily interact with other students and professors - allowing us to gain different prospectives and knowledge not only through lectures and labs, but through relationships formed in the classroom. " - Salimeh Shamaly, a sophomore journalism major from Brandon, Mis Frost. Matthew Frye, Emily, A0I1 Fulcher, Libby Fullilove, Grace, AAA Gage, Virginia, Ar Gagliano, Julia, J M Gandy. William Garcia, Carlos Gardner, Jonathan Gatewood. Cathy, Ar Gatlin, Todd Gavrock, Jennifer Geddie, Nathan Geotes, Jennifer Germany, Jaye Giardina. Ashley Gibson, Len Giesbrecht, Brandon Gilder, Chrissy, Ar Gilliam, Jennifer, KA0 Gist, Tenisha Glasco, Billy, fi Goodrum, Jonathan Graham. Matthew Graham, O ' Keefe, KA Grantham, Myrinda, Q$A Gray, Adam Gray, Joseph Gray, Lindy Grear, Betsy Green, Andrew Green, Kandi-Rae Greenlee, Taylor, AAA Greer, Anna Gregory, Mark Griffith, Eric lersorwhties juniors Grillis, Kenneth Gunnell, Katherine Hagan, Benjamin Hall, Karen Hall, Leslie Hall, Steven Hamblin, Natalie Hancock, Dana Harris, Josh Harris, Rachel Harris, Robert Harris, Samantha Harris. Watson Harrison, Kristen Harrod Lindsey, KKr Hartfield, Heather Haskins, Lindsay Haughton, Roger, 2X Haxton, Corinne Hayes, Adam Haynes. Miranda Heatherly, Eric Helveston, Jordan. 2X Hendrix, Sandra Heo, Seayoung Herdahl, Debbie Herr, Robert Herrington, Christen Hewell, Brandi, KA0 Higginbotham, Candis, Q$A Hill. Anna, Ar Hill. Kelvin Hinton. Amy Hitt, Adrienne, $M Hodges, De Marco, KA0 Holcomb, Craig lumorsl 241 Holley, Lacey Hollis, Ashley Holt, Cameron, $M Honaker, Greta, KA0 Honan, Richard Honan, Virginia Horton, Frank Howell, Shawnda Howie, Christina Hubbard, Tomeco Hudspeth, Brandon Huffstatler. Samantha Hurt, Dana Hurt, Ricky Hutsell, Allison, Xfi Hutto, Cory Jackson, Candace Jackson, Fallon, A20 Jackson, Marlon Jackson. Octavia James, Amber Janezic, Dana Jang, Se Eun Jayasinghe, Indika Jenkins, Dekesha Jernigan, Jennifer, KA Jernigan, Justin Jew, Ashley, AAA Jewel, Michael Joe, Janelle Johnson, Austen, 2N Johnson, Elosha Johnson, Marcur Johnston, Emy Jolly, Sara Jones, Austin, 2N k m 1 . - ' 1 i. I " My hometown was the Rebels, so I grew up a loyal fan. Since before I can remember I have wanted to attend the University of Mississippi due to its impeccable reputation to the universities of the South. " - Stan Smith, a junior international business and pharmaceutical marketing major from Lucedale, Miss. 42 1 per 242 1 personalities juniors " Ole Miss ' best attribute is the beauty of the campus, which adds to the community of Oxford. " - Jeremy Taylor, a junior liberal arts major from Eupora, Miss. WJfl ' 5r - rl 1 - 7 Rf A alll p A PI fl Jones, Deveshia Jones, Libby, Xfl Jones, Ryan Jones, Sally, KA Jones, Tammy Jones, Walt, 2X Jordan, Jennifer, $M Jordan, Jessica, AOII Jordan, Kevin Joseph, Mark Joyner, Mandy Justice, Deann Kauerz, Lee Kazery, Joseph Keene, Whitney, KA0 Kelly, Jayna Kemp, Melanie, XQ Kendrick, Derek Kennedy, Scott Kennell, Natoria Kieffer, Chris Kimbrough, Cole, 2X Klimek, Lindsay Komosinski, Carolyn, $M Korolewicz, Michele Koury, Michael Krouse, Lindsey, AOII Ladner, Ashlee Laforrest, George Lail, Heath Lamberth, Nicole, XQ Langford, Kelly Langford, Taylor Langston, Hannah Lantrie, Alisha Larison, Eddie juni ors 2- ' Ole Miss offered me the most opportunities in the fields that I was interested in. " Kate Argote, a junior psychology major from New Orleans, Li, 244 pe Lauer, Reyme Lawton, Lisa, KA0 LeBIanc, Dustin, $K Lefoldt, Natalie, AAA Leigh, Lucas, 2N Lesile, Deborah, XQ Lewis, Jennifer Loder, Justin Long, Ashley Lott, Neely, AKA Lowry, Ruffin, KA Lucas, Jessica Lyon, Lorrie Mackey, Laura Ann, $M Madison, Lindsey, KKX Madson, Aaron Maharrey, Hannah Maharrey, Lauren Makamson, Jared Maiden, Doris Mann, Kimberly Manning, Amanda, X12 Marion, Melissa Marshall, Lucas, B0IT Martin, Courtney Martin, Rebecca, I1B I Matthews, James Mavar, Melissa, Ar Maxey, Lindsay Mayo, Katrina McAdory, April McAlister, Tress, KA McAllister, William McBeath, Billy McCann, Audra McClatchy, Molly ersonalities juniors • TF m - T fi ' ■Hi-, M Terrance llion, Brandon Brannon, Lawrence Muroko, Candyce Hayes, LaKeidra Hampton, Adrienne Danielle Vance and Saheba D. Mc( lung. Will Mc( lure, I ippa McCord, Nicole McDonald, Brian McDonald, Whitney McDougal, John, K¥ McKenzie, Laurie, 4 M McKibben, Caroline, Xfi McKinney, Amy McKinney, Marlena McMurray, Kimberly, AAA McNeel, Taylor, 2N McVey, Molly, AAA Meadows, Emily Melendez, Inez Melton, Victoria Miller, Jill Miller, Lindsay, KA Miller, Romanda Mills. Fallon Minor, Daniel Minton, Dave, IIKA Mister, Jeffrey Mixon, Kelly loehnng, Kendra Morgan, Christy Morgan, Katie Morrissey, Abigail, IIB$ Mossing, Chris, ASP Mukoro, Lesley Munn, Rickey Murphy, Deric Murphy. Natalie, KA Murry, Valerie Myers, Chuckkena Nail, Lauren lunioreli+ s Name: Nathan Geddie 21 Hometown: Gautier, MS Self Description: Laid back, funny and energetic. Best Experience at Ole Miss? Making friends that will last a lifetime. What is your motto for life? Everything happens for a reason. What is our worst experience at Ole Miss? Tests Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Hopefully in a rather large city work- ing for a magazine having the time of my life. What is the biggest accomplishment of your life? Receiving an internship at a magazine in New York. What has surprised you most about Ole Miss? That even though Ole Miss is tucked away in North Mississippi, Oxford is a wonderful college town. What is Ole Miss ' best attribute? The students. 2 4b pe r? Nason, Lillie Neely, Lila Lee, KA Neighbors, Katie, KA Nelson, Anna, KA0 Nelson, David Nelson, Lauren Neveleff, Alley Newman, Brent Newsom, Rebecca Newson, Michael Nguyen, Anna Nguyen, Toni Nguyen, Xi Thi Nichols, Dennis Nix, Maria, KKf Noel, Rachel Nolen, Stephen Norris, Field Northcutt, Ginger, AAA Norton, Halley, XU Nozinich, Matthew, B0LI Odom Jr, Ronald Olivier, Whitney Owens, Richard rsonalities juniors Pace, Lckisha Panell, Deiree Park, Kyoung Im Parker, Ashley. AT Parker, Darell Parker, Melissa, XL ' Parker, Ro obert Parsons, Elizabeth, Xfi Partridge, Amanda, KA0 Patel, Nimesh Payne, Clay Pearson, Matthew, 2AE Pender, Misty, 4 M Perkins, Darcy, KA Perkins, Melissa Perkins, Randall Pesta, Erin Pettway, Cooper Pew, Ryan Pickens. Katherine, KA Pickens, Kellie Pierce, Courtney, A20 Pigford, Kezia Pigford. Lauren Pirtle, Marcia Pitner, Courtney Pless, Paul, KA Poole, Christala Powell. Andrew, 2X Powell, William Pratt, Brandon Prokupek, Rick Puckett, Calvin Purvis, Sarah Kate Randazza, Ashlie Randle, Alison " The opportunities that I have been given here at Ole Miss these past two years have been abundant. The overall atmosphere of the campus sets the tone for the city of Oxford itself. It is truly a great American university. " - Jeremy Roberts, a sophomore English major from Terry, Miss. iuniorslz+7 Randle. Elizabeth Rayburn. Samantha Rayburn, Wes Reddick, DeMoreo Reeves, Daniel Reeves, Lauren, AT Regis, Emily Reno, Chesa Replogle, Jenny Rice, Stephanie, $M Riley, Lucas Roberson, Jessica Roberts, Megan Robertson, Ashley Robinson, Adam Robinson, Lisa Robinson, Olivia Rogan, Brendan Rogers, Aubrey Rogers, Corey Rone, Jean Roper. Kaycee, AAA Rose, Erica Rose, Nathalie, LIB Rosenblatt, Sara Hart, Xfi Ross, Casonya Rucker, Shalonda Rutherford, Matthew- Ryan, Cayce Ryan, Tieah 2,-i S pe rson, ilitirs Sabatiei fo Sales, ( hnslma Samuels, Brianne, KA6 Sanders Brenf Sand rs, William, A6 Scammerhorn, Nathan, K A Scarbrough, Chris Scroggins, Margie Seaton, April Semmes, Diana Sewell, Ryan Shea. Heather Shedd, Christopher Sheffield, Laura-Catherine, A0I1 Shelley. Ropageous Shelton. Angela Shields. Miranda, ■I ' M Shields, Virginia. AAA Shoemake. Philipp Shoemaker. Ashley, 4 M Shows, Amanda Shrestha. Roshan Shull. Laura Leigh. AT Siddons, Darren Silvanic, Edward Simmons, Samuel Sinclair. Kyle. KA Slaughter. Terica Small. Willie Smith. Erica juni ors 24 J Smith, Essie Smith. Evans, 2X Smith, Jonathan Smith, Justin Smith, Key, 2X Smith, Leah Smith, Lindsey Smith, Matt Smith. Regina Smithhavt, Sara, KA Snell, Angela Speed, Holley Spencer, Meredith Spille, Jeremy Spradling, Casey Stadler, Helene, XO Stanfield, Jamie Stasio, Nicholas Stearns, Ginny, KA0 Steele, Anthony Stevens, Heath Stewart, Susanna, Xfi Stricklin, Jeffrey Stringer, Andy Sumerford. Ben Sunsen, Jennifer, KA0 Swearengen, Sally, AJT Sweatt, Lauren Sylvester, Herman, £W$ Tate, Kristen r BMt ' - JM 2. 0 personality juniors 1 .«. te m i ' i k Hi M ' V Taylor, Fidel Taylor, Jermey Taylor, Michelle Temple, Sherilyn Thomas, Brandie Thomas, Preston, Thomas, Wilette Thompson, Jesse Thompson, John Thompson, Kim Thornburg, Nick Thorton, Shandi Tillman, Jonathan Tims, Mary Gardiner Todd, William Travelstead, Tiffany, JTB Trewolla. Linda, KA Troxler. Kimsey, KA Tucker, Allison Tucker, Emily Tullos, Raymond, KA Turnage, Meredith, Ar Turner, Meredith, Ar Turner, Quarletta Tynes, Elizabeth , KKr Uncapher, Kathryn, KKr Vanderburg, Ben Vanzelfden. Jillian Veazey, Elise, AAA Veazey, Sarah, KA0 luminal 2 ■ ' I ki You never really graduate from Ole Miss. You ' re always a Rebel. " Jonathan Callegari, a sophomore exercise science major from Memphis, Tenn. Vinson, Rosalyn Vowell, Anna Kathryn Wallen, Heidi Walsh, Paige, KA Wamble, Lindsey, AAA Ward, Carrie, Ar Ward, Cliff Ward, Lyndsey, LIB Waring, Millie Warning, Leslie Warrington, Laurie Washington, Charles Washington, Marquez Wathen, Candice Weaver, Stacey Webber, Trisaina Westergard, Tim, LTKA Whelan. Andrew, B0n White, Charles Wigginton, Natalya Wiles, Tara Wiley, Tikia Wilkes, Alexandria, XU Wilkins, Randi, LIB Wilks, Jennifer Willams, Eric Williams. Ryan Williams, Stacy Williams, Tyese Williams, Tyler. KA Williamson, Blake, SAE Wilson, Cynthia Winders, Nathan Windham. Carolyn Windham. Dana Windham. Summer, KA i m. t ■cm 1 1 person, ilit if juniors inn. (i Coming from a big town to a small town, Oxford has friendlier community. " - Clark Mills, a sophomore accounting major from Springfield, p - HI Witt, Candy, XU Woo, Edward Wood, Brian Wood, Emmit Wood, Kristen Wood, Matt, A Woodall, Lasheba Woolfolk, Jason Wylie, Megan, KA Wysong, Danny Yohn, Stephanie You, Eontae Young, Charles, KT Young, Shelby Yount, Whitney Zaborski, Kristen Zoghby, Jonathan, KA Becky Delius, Ashley Vellano, Zach Couch and Sarah Fineout uniorsLZJJ beaSenior ' Tell me and I ' ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I ' ll understand. " —Native American saying Abburi. Lavanya Abston, Sarah, Ar Adair, Lucy Adams, Allison Adams, Nathan Alexander, Crace Alexander, Elizabeth Allen, Bo, 2X Allen, Brad Allen, Christopher Allen, Cooper, 2X Allen, Paula Allen Jr., Sidney, 2$ Almon, Wendy, Ar Anderson, Ashanti Anderson, Franklin Anderson, Joseph Anderson, Ryan, K Andrews, Elizabeth, KA@ Apple, Jarold Apple, Joseph Armstrong, Emily Armstrong, William, KA Arnold Dadley Arnold, Lindsey Atkinson, Kris Aumiller, Bryan, AT12 Averill, Reid Aycock, Regan, AAA Ayers, Amanda Ayers, Jessica, A20 Babb, Melissa Bailey, Kevin, 2N Baine, Samantha Baker, Laura, A0I1 Banahan, Jessica Banks, Emily, I M Barbour, Haley Reeves Barham, Daniel Barkdale, Matt Barner, Amanda. A20 Barnett, Keshia 25+| pci ersonalifaes " M V s ) " " 1 BB HHMI Barry, Kelly Barton, Priscilla Baskin, ( ;issie, AT Baucum, Donavan Baudo, Brooke, Ar Baugh, Jonathan Baughman, Chris Baumann, Julie Bean, Alan, K2 Beasley, Tia, A20 Begrin, Kelly Bennett, Angie Bennett, Lawrence Benoist, Carrie, Xil Benoist, Molly, XQ Benoit, Julie, AOII Bentley, William Bergandi. Sara Berryhill, Jennifer, AAA Bertrand, Aimee, AOII Bevill, Amanda, AOII Bhattarai, Deepti Bigger, Elizabeth Bigham, Crystal Billingsley, Scott Black, Angela Black, Jacquelyn, KA0 Blake, Paul, SX Boeckmann, Jacob Boggs, Jordan Bostick, Amy Bottoms, Jonathan Bowers, Barrett Boyd, Stewart, 2N Boykin, Christopher Boylan, Brooks, KA Bozeman, Julia Bradley, Brandi Brantley, Leonard, A ' I ' A Brantley, Lisa Brashier, Grant Breedlove, Mary Ann Meredith Spencer and Carolyn Windham seniors!;- Self Description: Personable and hardworking. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Graduated from law school and working at a private law firm. What has surprised you most about Ole Miss? How much the campus, city anD citizens grow on you, making Oxford feel like home. What is Ole Miss ' best attribute? It is a near perfect college town. You can feel safe here, and there is always something to do and friends to see. Brickey, Tyndalc, Xfl Briggs, Ron Britt, Lollie Brodofsky, Ike Brooks, John Broussard, Barry, K Brown, Amanda Brown, Jamie Brown, Kaleshia, fi$A Brown, Lane Brown, Melissa, Ar Brown, Nora Brown, Timeka Bruce, Ashley Bryant, Andrew Bryson, Chris Bubenhofer, Erin, $M Buckley. Charlie Buckman, Ashley, KA0 Bullock, Aaron, K Burchfield, Hays, A Burchfield, Kristen Burns, Christopher Burns, Natale 156 pei ersc Hi.ilitir-, seniors ■ ) ■ A Burns, Tayla Hudcr, Jokeidre Butler, Kclli Butts, Casey, I Byrd, Christian Byrd, Janet Byrd, Jarrett Caldwell, Amy Calvert, Joanna Camp, Robert Campbell, James Campbell, Stephanie Campesi, Kat, KA0 Canion, Andy Cannada, Warner, 2N Cannon, Erin Cannon, Robin Canoy, Amanda Cantrell, Whitney Cardosi, Amy, " i M Carius, Stephiane Carlsten, Megan Carlton, Chris, II KA Carmichael, Whitney, Xfl Carney, Cheryl Carpenter, Kim Carroll, Stepahnie Carrothers, Tosha Carter, Wesley Casali, Elizabeth, KA Casey, Cyndi Cathcart, Natalie Cefalu, Bubba Chamblee, Robert Chambliss, Jane, XQ Champ, Kristina Chaput, Frank Chavez, Amber Chen, Xinyu Childers, Jennifer, AOII Christian, Daniel Chunn, Bradley Church, Jacob Clark, Justin Clark, Meki Clark, Nicholas Clark, Paula Clark II, Mark ;m ors 2 5 7 Clay, Adam Coaten, William Cochran, Shannon Coleman, Amy Coleman, Jack, SX Coleman, Shalanda Coleman, Tiffany Coley, Caroline, AOII Collier, Corinne Collier, Kristie Combes, Josh Congleton, Joseph Conner, Robert, KA Cook, Bridget Cook, Jenny Cook, Melissa, £M Cooper, Candice Cooper, Kelly Copeland, Gretchen, $M Copley, Stepanie Cotton, William Cousin, Shirod Cox, Jenny Cox, Jessica Cozart, Ashley Craven, Heather Crawford, Brooke Crawley, Jessica Cressman, Jennifer Crowder, Kelitia Cassie Murchison, Ryan Huber and Kelly Burns 158 personalities K v . ml Crusoe, Natasha ( Cunningham, l iffany ( ui iv. Kiesha Damico. Karen Daniel, l.atina Dankins, Derrick Darby, Rebecca, Xil Davidson, Spencc Davis, Alissa Davis, Chasity Davis, Dianna Davis, (iail Davis, Jonathan, I AQ Davis, Lannie Day. Leslie Dearth, Tiffany, KA0 Delancy, Tommy Denley, Preston, SN Devrient, Mark Devulapalli, Sasikanth Dickey. Adrian Dillard, Forrest Dixon, Lindsey Dobbs, Celia Dodson, Lewis, SAE Donald, Kacie, KA0 Donald, Kathryn, Xfi Dor, Mozart Douglas, Amanda. KA Douglas, Joy La ' Shonda Edwards, Afton lones and Tina Daniels i ons 25 9 Douglas, Paige Dowd, Jessica, $M Downs, Joshua Draughon, Rob, X Droke, Claire Ducking, Johnny, IW Ducrest, John, KT Dudding, Michael, B0IT. Dudley, Kimberly, AKA Dugan, Kimberly Duncan, Desi Durden, Clayton Easterling, Sy, I A0 Edwards, Karla, A20 Elam, Justin Elliott, Amber Elliott, Cayce Elliott, Rachel Ellis, Rebecca, AAA Ellzey, Allison Ellzey, Jennifery Elmore, Benjamin Elsherbeni, Dalia Emerson, Chas, SN English, Jocelyn Eskew, Jessica, KA0 Ewing, Virginia Faggert, William Fairbanks, Haley Farmer, Emily, 0$A Farmer, Mary Ann, KA0 Farris, Debby Farrish, Dusty Faulkner, Mario Feldhaus, Amanda Ferguson, Desha Ferguson, Jennfier Ferguson, Josh Ferguson, Keisha Ferreira, Renate Fidler, Stacie Fields, Tina Finger, Robert, 2X Finley, Pedres Fleming, Anna Flores, Ricky Flowers, Christopher Flowers, Tyminaie 2pO ' O pei nw rsonalities Dabbs Ar erson, Mary Catherine Williams, Hudley LeSourd, Laura Black, Holly Whitake John Hunter Allgood, Maegan Taylor, Meg Hendee. Richard Swayze, Kenmateril Woods and Sheri Rieth seniors Ifcjc 7 fim HI i « mm r Bl Jfl Foose, Ransome, $A0 Formby, David Forquer, Brandon Forrester, Lean, Ar Fortenberry, Kimberly Foshee, Olivia Fowler, Laura Freeman, Chauntay, !23 A Freiman, Lora French, Jennifer French, Megan Friar, Jonathan Frier, Todd, QKf Fuller, John, KA Fulton, Naomi Gamma, Bethany, KA0 Games, William Gaters, Jessica Gates, Hunt Gates, Sara Gautreaux, Chris, ATfi Gehrett, Richard Geraci, Courtney Germany, Jennifer, Xfi Geter, Joey, $KV Gill, Ashley, KA0 Gillentine, Laura Gilner, Julian Glass, Jennifer Glenn, Benjamin Glisson, Richard, B0II Goe, Joshua Goodman, Breanna Goodman, Cheryl Grace, Sarah Grant, Emily Joy, AAA seniors I Zol Gravatt, Kristin, IIB Graves, Andrew Gregory, Courtney, AOTI Griffin, Allyse Griffith, Clark Griggs, Michael, KA Guild, Patrick, ATS] Guthrie, Sara, II B$ Haarmann, Patricia Hagale, Jennifer. AT Hale, Lindsay Hall, Courtney Hall, Kathenne, Xft Hall, Kevin Hamberlin. Christopher Hammett. Tripp, J A0 Hampton, Antjuan Hancock, Christen Hancock, Kara. A0I1 Hankins, Christopher Hankins. Nancy Hankins, Natalie Hanna, Josh Hannah, Devario Hansen, Daniel Hansen, Ronnie Harboe. Karem Harcrow, Todd Hardin, Brent, A0 Hardsin Murphey, Amy Hargrove, Erin Harkins, Marie, AOn Harper, Erica Harrell, Yolanda Harris, Dustin Harrison, Jennifer. KKf ' ve felt like I have had some really good professors while I was here. I have felt challenged and motivated. " Nora Brown, a senior journalism major from Saltillo, Miss. LoZ|pet 2o2 1 personalities seniors Harrison, Price, i l ' K I laskms. Jim Hatcher, Bradley llatlix, I. bony Hayes. Carey Beth Hayncs, Maggie. KA(-) llaynes, Mary (irace, AT Ila elwood, Stacy Hearne, John Henley, Hap, K2 Henley, Jenny Henley, Lee Henslee, Cole. 2 £E Hepfer, John Herndon, Susan Herzog, John, 2N Hester, John, KA Hickman, Clint Higgenbottom, Jerrilyn Higgins, Ashley, KA0 Hiland Katherine Hill, Demetrees, 2n Hill, Elizabeth Hill, Sara Alice, nB$ Hillebrand, Timothy Hinton, Christopher Hinton, Haley, KKT Hitchcock, Jonathan Hitt, Justin Hitt, Mary Clift, KA Hodge, Cedric Hodges, Amanda Hoelscher, Stacey Hoja, Ashley Holder, Jason Holland, Jared Hollinger, Michael Hollowell, Annet te Hollowell, Emily Holman. Katy Holmes, Ryan Holt, Nathan Holtz, Andrea Honan, Cristoffer Honeycutt, Natalie Hopper, Jennifer Howard, Cassie Howorth. Charles, nKA seniorslZp Name: Grant Brashier Age: 22 Hometown: Sebastopol, Miss. Self Description: Hardworking and Easygoing Where do you see yourself in 5 years? On the covers of magazines, all over television and billboards-ya know, I ' ll be the most loved celebrity since Tickle Me Elmo. No, really, in five years I hope to be working for an Ad PR agency in Florida, while spending my free time sipping Pina Colada ' s. What is Ole Miss ' best attribute? To me it is the people- without people there is no tradition, no excitement. There are no exciting game days or busy nights on the square. Without the people there is no Ole Miss - only another Southern college. What is your best experience at Ole Miss? Passing Accounting?!? My best experience at Ole Miss has been the people it can not be narrowed down to an exact time, because there have been so many and I knoiv there will be many more. My friends have changed my life - and day by day make it that much better. What is your motto for life? To change life. To be the best. Not just to have a life, but to LIVE it. Hudson, Jenni Hudson, Lawrence Huff, Rosemary, AAA Hughes, Nolan Hulsey, Laura Hunsberger, Kelley Hunter, Laura, J M Hurd, Courtney Hurley, Maura Hutchins, Bradford Huyhh, Leslie lies, Joshua Ireland, Patrick Ivie, William Ivy, Kyle Ivy, Linda Ivy, Makedra, Z$B Ivy, Neashetia Jabour, Lauren Jacobson, Melissa James, Keri Jaure, Michael Jeffries. Kofi Jenkins, Karla 26+ ' t per: jlitics seniors M| At t ti ' « 9 1 1 4 1 Jenkins, Misty Jennings, Ashton, II KA Jennings, Douglas Jobe, Pamela Johnson, Cydncy Johnson, David, KA Johnson, Jacqueline Johnson, Katie Johnson, Kyle, SN Johnson, Laurel Johnson, Shannon Johnson, Susannah, KA Johnson, Timothy, Klil Johnson, Trae Johnston, Kate Johnston, Kirk Jones, Abby Jones, Camille, Xfl Jones, Danyale Jones, Jesimine, A20 Jones, Jessie, AAA Jones, Julie, Ar Jones, Michael Jones, Tinakesha Jones, Vanessa Jordan, Keyana Jordan, Lisa Joy, Lashonda Kaley, Andrea Kemper, Stephaine, AOn Kennedy, Kevin Ketchum, Kendall, XQ Kilburn, Brad Kim, Min Jung Kimble. Canetha King, Adam, KA King, Brandon King, Gregory Kingery, Jennifer, AOII Kirk, Jessica Kirkpatrick, Stephen Kirksey, Tiffany Kitchens, Scott, X Kizer, Lane Knight, Natcha Knox, Chad Koestler, Elizabeth, AAA " ■ seni ors Zo - ' Kramo, Amra Krause, Robert Kuehnle, Lauren Kuril, Tonya Kuklinski, Ryan Kwasek, Matthew, K2 LaMore, Alison, AAA Lancaster, April Lance, Justin, A Laney, Angela Langdon, Ashlee Lange, Brigitte Lange, Kristopher Langston, Callie Langston, Kerri, KA Langston, Lindsay Langton, Lauren Lasiter, Russell Latham, Andrew Lauderdale, Simmons, SN Leach, Meredith. XU Leasure, Elizabeth, KKT Lee, Jacquelyn Lee, Jin Sun Zo o pe rsonalities 8 h Liggett, Jessica, AT Little, Paxton, ka Little, Seth, SN Lobb. 1 mi Lockhart, Susan, KKI ' Logan, Sarah Long, Jessica Long, Tracie Long-(Jaillarcl Kelli Loporto, Kathryn, ' I ' M Love, Latoya Loyd, Jeanne Lucas, Jeremy Luckenbill, Trishia Luke, Dan, 2$E Luna, Kristi Mabrey, Cindi, riB I Maddux, Hudson, ZAE Magee, Ann, AAA Magro, Todd Makamson, Natalie, KA Malone, Sara Mann, Rebecca Mansel, Ferriday, Xfi Marr, Meredith, KA0 Mars, Chadwick Martin, Elizabeth Martin, James Massey, Kristi Matthews, Katrina Matthews, Monica Mauldin, Kate, AAA May, Caleb Mays, Tamieka Mazoch, Kortney McCall, Cristie seni orsi lc McCartney, Amy McCarty, Angela, fi$A McCarty, Kitty, AAA McCaughn, Justin McCay, Haley, XQ McCay, Richard McClure, Virginia McCoy, April McCullar, Keith McCullar, Salley, AAA McCullough, Austin McDonald Brittany McDonald, Courtney McDougal, Brooke McDowell, Jonathan McFarland, Robert McGhee, Michael McGowan, Priscilla McGraw, Shana, KA0 McKee. Patrick McKibben, Dusty McKinney, Kimberly McKnight, Jeremy McManus, Ben McMullan. Benjamin McMullan, Emily McMurray. Dab McNeese, Daric Scott McNeil, Shonda McRee, Angela McRight, Hunter, $A0 McWilliams, John Patrick Medlin, Lydia Melvin, Brenda Metcalf, Daniel Metcalf, Latasha Milam, Angela Milam, Blake Miletead, Michael Miller, Bryan Miller, Krista, Z$B Miller, Stewart Milne, William, A Milone, Chris Minton, Curt Mitchell, Amanda Mitchell, Donna Mitchell, Kyle Kr " " H H f£ T WM fc A ir w runs Hy - MB -, ■ - B IT Hk i- lo |p ' ' unties i 4 J Mitchem, Kaisha Mize, Emily Moak, Mary Moktan, Shama Montjoy, Cliff, K Mooney, Timothy Moore. Adam Moore, Joel Moore, Kawonder Mosavizahed, Marian Mukord, Quincy Mullins, Jackie seniors Munjal, Manish Murphey, Eugenia Murphy, James Murphy, Kayla, AT Murray, Jeanelle Muruako, Michael. $BE Myers, Casey, SN Myers, Jason Myers, Marin Nadeau, Meghan, KKr Nail, Nancy Nash, Lindsay Nations, Ashley Neill, Vivian Neill, William Newsom, Tiffany Newton, Haley Newton, John Nichols, Amanda Nichols, Amber Nichols. Jennifer Nichols, Myrtle Nick, Leche Noblitt, Tatum, AAA Nordan, Mary Norris, Brittaney Norton, Cassie O ' Bryan, Brad O ' Neal, Jennifer Oliver, Tara Ornion. Margaret Osborn, Lynn, KKr Outlaw, Heather Outzen, Bart, 2AE Owens, Heather Oxner, Chris Oyetunji, Shakirat Padalino, Meredith, XV. Palmer, Corey, AOn Pannell, Josh Pardee. James Parker, Blair Parker, Donal Parker, Kristin Parker, Lyndsey Parker, Rachel Parker, Rebecca Parks, John. KT Pate, Abby Patterson, John. £A0 Patterson, Joshua Patton. Simonee, AKA Payne, Carter Pegues, Louisa Penny, Jonathan Pentecost, Lindsey Perkins, Philip Persick, Lauren, KA0 Peters, Sara Fay Pharo, Rachel Pharr, Cassie Phillips, Brian Phillips, Lauren, AT Phillips, Taylor, XV Philips, Michael Pickering, Daniel Pilcher, Chad, KZ Piletz, Aaron Ping. Laurie Plunk, Marylin Porter, Henry Portera, Lucas, nKA AMA - sm r ■ jy A » nv ' L It TIM ' Mm K Z70|per i T 1 ersonalities seniors A m fW Jf Posey, Jennifi i Potts, Rachel Powell, Joseph Powell. Katrice Prather, Dennis Pratl. Ryan Presley, Taylor, II KA Price, Allison Price, Connie Price, James Price, Lindsay Pruitt, Lj, AOII Puckett, Jennifer, KA Pugh, Parker Pulido, Michael, B6II Pullen, Lawrence, X X J Quails, Kelly Queen, Adam Quinn, Jennifer Rakenstraw, Lesley Ramsey, Royce Rayford, Twana Ready, Ashley, KA0 Red, Sara-Page, KA6 Redding, Chad Redmond , Katrina Redwine, Julia Reed, Amy Reed, Hayley, KA Reese, Jay Reeves, Robert Reid, Adair, AOII Revere, Ryan Rice, Tameka, AKA Richard, Kathryn, JTB Riffe, Theresa Riley, Erin Riley, Shirley Rimes, John Rimmer, Suzanne Robbins, Jessica Roberson, James Roberts, Stephanie Robertson, Catherine, KKT Robertson, Pamela Robinson, Casey Roby, Chada Rodgers, Casey seniors 1 271 Self Description: Fun and Friendly Where do you see yourself in 5 years? In five years, I see myself writing and taking pictures for a magazine like Runner ' s Wor d ' or On f side Magazine. What has surprised you most about Ole Miss? The comradery betiveen all students- - black or white, foreign or Mississippian. What is Ole Miss ' best attribute? Eli, the Grove and the town. What is your motto for life? hook for the beauty in all things. It certainly is there. What are a few of the the things that you feel are important that you have been involved in and why? Writing for The Daily Mississippian. It was fun to cover what was going on at Ole Miss and getting that news out. Teaching swim lessons to the Oxford community. It teas a great experience to teach and get to know some of the younger people in Oxford. Rodgers, Jennifer Rogers, Amanda Rogers, Laura Rogers, Martin Ross, Chris Ross, Shannon, $M Rotenberry, Shelly Rowan, Scott Rummler, Jens, $KT Russell, Anne, Ar Russell, Lacy Rutherford, Anna Sanders, Vidalia, Z B Sandlin, Kimberly Santmyer, Kimberly Sayre, Errol Schuman, April Schwalenberg, Teresa Sego, James Seguin, Daniel Serio, Mary Shands, Rob, K2 Shannon, Chaquita Shannon, Demoria 171 |per rsonalities seniors SIPF Sharp, Tonya Shaw. Heather Shaw, Hillary Shaw, Ryan Sherrill, Edith Shirley, Laura, Ar Shumake, April Shumpert, Kristin Sides, Shea, Ar Simmons, Katy, Xfi Simmons, Laura, AAA Simpson, Nicklaus Sims, Ann, KA Sirimaturos, Michael, B0II Sisk, Brandi Sloan, Elizabeth Smallwood, William, 2X Smiley, Jr., J. C. Smith, Aaron Smith, Becca, KA6 Smith, Brett Smith, Brooke Smith, Christopher Smith, Christy Smith, Cindy Smith, Courtney Smith, Joseph Smith, Mae Smith, Sharee Smith, Sharon Smith, Shauna Smith, Tanya Smithers, Charles Smithey, Jeremy Smothers, Kara Snowden, Lindsay Soldevila, Brett South, Barry Speed, Susannah Spencer, Lindsey Stafford, Dorothy Stanton, Sarah Steele, David Stennett, Lauren Stevens, Kimberly Stevens, Patricia Stevenson, Richard, X Stewart, April, KA ri ore 27 5 Stewart, Jeremy Stewart, Sedrick Still, Michael Still, Natalie Stocketl, Nicholas Stone, Linsey, $M Stone, Matthew Story, Hetherington, $A0 Strickland, Amy, Xfi Sullivan, Jason Sullivan, Joshua Sullivan, Lindsey Sumlar, Pendora Sun, Yang Swanley, Mary Linley, AAA Swayze, Stephen Tabor, Erin Tabor, Rob, 2A Tanner, Kimberly Tanner, Richard Tanner, Shelley Taylor, Drew Taylor, Hillary, Xfl Taylor, Jenesson Taylor, Lesley Taylor, Paige Tenkhoff, Brian Terry, Christopher Terry, Genice Thames, Wade Thigpen, Allen Thomas, Deborah Thomason, Tara Thompson, Amanda, AT Thompson, Amy, KA Thompson, Shannon, AKA p Br pi Mr » t 2. 7 f per sonalities I hompson, I iawanna rhweatt, Nikki l mibcrs, Karley, AT l isdale Jr, Kenneth I odd, ( lassie Todd, Hunter Tolbert, Matthew Toliver, Jennifer Towncs, Stephanie Townsend, Sydnia Trayal, Chuck, SN Trcadway, Matthew Trimm, Sarah Tuberville, Benjamin Tucker, Christina Tucker, Tiffany Tullos, Braxton, KA Turner, Linda Turner, Maggie Turner, Sara Elizabeth Tutor, Kimberly Twiford, Ashley, KA Tyner, Melanie Ulmer, Elizabeth Underwood, William, 2AE Unsikrich, Jennifer Vaidya, Asmita Vallas, Lindsay Vaughan, Winter Vaughn, Heather Villa, Mara Voyles, David Waites, Asheley Waldrop, Ryan Wally, Ryan Walters, Josh Walton, Kelly Wang, Lichun Warner, Mary Warren, Demitra Warren, Logan Washington, Tikesha Waters, Travis Watson. Stephanie Watts, Susan Kimberly, $M Webb, Christopher Webb, Lessie Webster, Erika Weeden, Jenny, AOII Weekley, Trisha Welch, Tamara Welch, Thomas Werner, Blair Wesson, Jeff Whatley, Mary Elizabeth, AT Wheat, Matthew Whelan, Joshua, $A® White, Andrew White, Elizabeth White, Melissa White, Tracy Whitehead, Patricia Wiggins, Leann, AT Wilbanks, Dana Wilbanks, Michael Wilbanks, P. J. Williams, Allison Williams, Cathy Williams, Dana Williams, Matt Williams, Ryan Williams, Sharon 2 c per sonalities 1 ■— A m BiM I —k. - MBft ■■tfl Becky Delius and Sarah Fineout seniors t i mm w Jamie Winfre , Crystal Henry and Jamese Gayden TL | M I WLwk mPm MM ' Williams, Victoria Williams, Wesley, 2AE Willis. Christina Wilson, Dana Wilson, Dianne Wilson, Kaunda Wilson, Robbie Wimbish, Jennie Winfun, Candies, Z$B Winters, Lauren Wise, Brandi Wong, Julie Wood, James, KA Wood, Rachel Woodard, Timothy Woolsey, Maxwell Wright, James Wright, Jana Young. Adrianne Young. Mark Young, Shirl Young, Trey Youngblood, Amy, Ar Yun, Shilbee Zaiser, Jarrad, $KT Zellich, Clay Zhang. Ping Zhao, Jianping Zhu, Shiqiam " The diversity among students leads to a great experience. There are no two people that are exactly the same. " - Jennifer Davis, a senior journalism major from Holly Springs, Miss. Ur beaGradStuendent " You cannot acquire experience by making experiments. You cannot create experience. You must undergo it. " —Albert Camus Ablanedo. Jose Adiraju, Ravichandra Ash, Devon Kate Baek. Kyeonghi Bailey, Morrow Bailey, Sarah Barnes, Jonathan Boatman. Kimberly Bobo, Shetwan Boriboonsomsin, Kanok Bradford, Tarra Bruss, Jeremy Catwright, Carla Chatham, Katherine Chen. Shuo Chennupati, Venugopal Choong, Aik Min Coker, Stacey Craft, Leah Dara, Raghu Raj De Salles, Erika Desai, Khalid Dillon, Matthew Ding, Yuanyuan Diwate, Prafullata Dravida, Shantharam Dubey, Somesh Earnest. Gregory Emam, Ahmed Fernandes, Domnic Floyd. Joanna Foster, Holly Furtado, Cintia Garner, Latonya Garriga, Mary Ann Gidh, Aarti Ginne, Sahithi Grandhi, Pushpalatha Gu, Linwu Harrell, Kimmerly Hasegawa, Tetsuya He, Zhiguo 178 pe rsonalities » in ¥ A-4 - ■- vv L ■ ■ iB L_ ' Bf m B » i ! . y §l ■■ Tiffany Webb and Tambria Johnson Mensem, Staci i lous e, Sundra Jackson, William Jadhav, I ' rakash Jaganmohan, Subaahini Jeyashekar, Nigilsatich Jia, Haifeng Jiang, Jianfcng Tinnette, Allen Jones, Brian Jordan, Crystal Kaur, Surinder Kelly, Warren Knispel, Sandra Koban, Jack Koh, Hong Suk Kondapalli, Sailaia Kulkami. Raghavender Kurapati, Sireesha Lewis, Tonya Li, Ze Liu, Jun Liu, Tia Liu, Wenkai Liu, Yi Liu, Yuaon Lu, Shih-Hua Mann, Richa Maples, Mary Ellen Markwell, Anthony Mathis, Paula McClure, Jennifer McCormick, Alan McKinney, Joe McMinn, David Meda, Chaitali Metla, Roopalatha Mididoddi, Praveen Mohammed, Asjad Kaleem Momm, Henrique Momm, Janice Montanaro, Pasquale ej-aduate stude nts 2 ? Name: Claire Mischker Age: 25 Hometown: Tega Cay, S.C. Life Motto: " Try to live moment to moment and try to slow things down because people go too fast. " Where will you be in 5 years? " Hopefully close to finishing my Ph.D. if not already finished and looking for a job in a liberal arts col- lege teaching litera- ture. " What is Oxford ' s best attribute? " The Square is the best- it is nice to have it all collected there... the restaurants, bars, and bookstores- I feel that has gotten lost in the South - the idea of the Square- the community and pedestrians. " 2 £p | p ersonalities Nittala, Kalyan O ' Neal, Stacy Ogbebo, Fortune Ong, Swee Huat Paliwal, Vaishali Pang, Haiying Patel, Jignesh Patel, Keyur Peavy, John Pat Pepper, Will Periketi, Raja Poe, Thomas Ponapalli, Sarat Chandra Pritchett, Shea Propes, Charlotte Pulijala, Sriharsha Qin, Changyong Rachaketla, Pradeep Ramakrishnan, Sridhar Ramaswamy, Vankatesh Rice, Anna Rogers, Mark Rogers, Paul Rondla, Sahithi Rudd, Keenya Russell, Marty Saini, Jagjit Sajja, Srikrishna Samudrala, Ramakrishna Scrimpshire, Alex Senter, Michelle Shi, Tao graduate students Smith. Pamela Sombhotla, Rajagopal Spandan, ( ' hennamadhavuni Stcelman, dinger Stevenson, ( ledric Sudha, Kishor Tadcpalli, Tezeswi Taduiri. Dhecraj Taylor, Randy Telang, Nakul Thumma, Sriohar Toohig. John Tumuluri, Sri Venkata Vaughn, Kimiranda Wang, Gang Wang, Haiyan Wang, Yalin Ward, Jill Warren, Givinia Wells. Angela Winfrey. Kathryn Worsham, Amber Wright. Julie Wu, Yinghua Xiong, Hui Xu, Xiaobo Xu, Yaguan Yu, Yan Zhang, Tao Zhang, Yaoxin Zhao, Yebin Zhou, Lina " I came to Ole Miss to discover my path in life; what I found was great friends, a stimulating atmosphere and fabulous opportunities. While I haven ' t quite found the path, I ' m having a good time looking. " - Melissa " Cookie " Black, a first year graduate student in higher education from Clemson, S.C. graduate stude nts 2 3 1 beatTupelo " The beginning of knowledge is the discovery of something ive do not understand. " —Frank Herbert James Anderson, Corinth, MS Victoria Ashby, Tupelo, MS Patricaia Cannon, Sherman, MS Melissa Clemmer, Ripley, MS Elizabeth Cockrell, Ripley, MS Menna Dodani, Tupelo, MS Konina Echols, Senatobia, MS Evelyn Fitzpatrick. Pontotoc, MS Ceritos Foster, Shannon, MS Minnie Gannon, Tupelo, MS Leigh Anne Jones, Nettleton, MS Mowora Lauderdale, Plantersville, MS Vickie Miller, Randolph, MS John Moffitt, New Albany, MS Travis Newson, Oxford, MS Cindy Raper, Aberdeen, MS Patrica Ratcilff, Baldwyn, MS Eric Rutledge, Corinith, MS April Shinall, Booneville, MS Latonya Stafford, Faulkner, MS beatDesoto " Effective leadership is putting first things first. Effective management is discipline, carrying it out. " Stephen Covey Mark Anderson, Olive Branch, MS Allison Bishop, Olive Branch, MS Natalie Black, Olive Branch, MS Anna Brewer, Southaven, MS Raney Brooks, Hernando, MS Amy Burch, Holly Springs, MS Cheryl Caldwell, Coldwater, MS Tiffany Callahan, Hernando, MS Haley Campany, Olive Branch, MS David Campbell, Olive Branch. MS Tara Carter, Tunica, MS Whitney Cobern, Senatobia, MS lities • ■4 m J 1 1 I B » Alexis Dandridge, Senatobia, Ms Allison Edwards, olive Branch, MS Denise Edwards, Hernando, MS Kimberly Frederick, Nesbit, MS Dena Gibbs, Horn lake Ms Amanda llcndnckson. Olive Branch, MS Kaylce Holmes,! Icrnuiuio. MS Leslie Horton, Senatobia, MS Contina Johnson. South Waterford. MS Penny Johnson, Memphis, TN David Jones, Nesbit, MS Holly Laror, Olive Branch, MS Terry Lasyone, Coldwater, MS Jennifer Layson, Southhaven, MS Dwana Alexander, Southaven, MS Misty McCall, Southaven. MS James McMahan. Nesbit. MS Kelly Medlin. Hernando. MS John NcCall, Desoto, MS Marty Parks, Southaven, MS Lindsey Parrish, Pope. MS Samantha Patrick, Southaven. MS Ashley Pollock, Horn Lake. MS Cassie Powell, Olive Branch, MS Linda Reeves, Nesbit, MS Angie Richmond, Southaven. MS Margaret Ricks, Coldwater, MS Amanda Riddle, Nesbit, MS Susan Riley, Horn Lake. MS Kathryn Ryan. Cummorant, MS Maria Sammons, Horn Lake. MS James Sanders, Southaven MS Stephanie Sandusky, North Walls. MS Tammy Shipp, Olive Branch. MS Kawasi Sipp, Coldwater, MS Shirley Smith, Coldwater. MS Cameron Strickland, Holly Springs, MS Donna Tillis, Memphis, TN Tom Travger, Olive Branch. MS Paula Turner, Nesbit, MS Misty Vanderburg. Olive Branch, MS Teresa Wallace. Southaven,. MS Kim Wiggins, Memphis, TN Maria Roberts-Zorzoli. Southaven. MS tupelo and des oto 2 greeks Section editor: Section assistant: IM-ldiv On Bid Day 2003 all of the Phi Mu girls dressed in pink. social: enjoy the company of others; live together or enjoy life in communities or organized groups by Virginia Shields The University of Mississippi (or perhaps Ole Miss would be more suitable terminology in this case) boasts one of the largest and most active Greek systems in the nation. It ' s impossible to ignore the influence that Greek life has at Ole Miss. When driving onto campus, every entrance will take you directly, give or take a few turns, down Fraternity or Sorority Row. Take a walking tour of campus, and you might come to believe that Ole Miss students are required to wear a uniform, for fraternity and sorority tee-shirts certainly are the attire of choice for thousands of students. It may seem as though Greeks comprise a majority of the student body; however, that is far from true. Only about 30 percent of the students at Ole Miss are members of a fraternity or sorority -- a fact that is quite surprising to most people. Student enrollment at the University has been rapidly rising for the past three years, and the same goes for the number of students joining Greek organizations. This year, close to 1,500 students received bids to a fraternity or sorority, and it ' s not hard to understand why so many people are eager to find their place in the Greek system. Fraternities and sororities provide countless outlets of involvement for their members. From Tuesday night ' s toga swap to the weekend-long charity fund raiser (disguised as a party, of course), Greeks know how to make the most of their college experience. Life at Ole Miss is about so much more than getting a classroom education; it ' s about making friends, having fun and giving back to the community, and no one knows this better than the 30 percent of Ole Miss students who call themselves Greek. -ks 18 hp nhfillpnic Council . The Panhellenic Council accept a public relations award with Dean of Students Jason Dean, at the Southeastern Panhellenic Conference. Back row: Meredith Padalino.VP recruitment; Kat Campesi, assistant VP of recruitment; Sarah Fay Peters, public relations; Allison Williams, community service; Front row: Dianne Wilson, secretary treasurer; Tina Frangiamore. president; Elizabeth Norburg.VP judicial education The Panhellenic Council is made up of selected active members from on-campus sororities. " The Panhellenic Council ' s main function is overseeing the recruitment process, but we also raise awareness on campus for breast cancer, diversity, alcohol awareness, and we help with various philanthropies in the community, " said Sarah Fay Peters, VP public-relations. The Panhellenic Council strives to make recruitment an exciting experience, and they regulate recruitment guidelines and provide potential new members with counselors to answer all their many questions. ii 7 ■ft 7 ' ■ fl lgreelcs 236 The Interfraternity Council strives to assure positive recruitment and membership experiences in fraternities. The council understands the reasons fraternities were implemented and preserves the original ideals of scholarship, leadership, friendship and community service. The council meets bimonthly to discuss ways of improving and maintaining the positive fraternity experience currently established at the university. IFC members enjoy some food catered from the Rib Cage at the barbeque in the Grove. Matt Pearson, secretary; Matt Ginn. public relations; Blake Bee.VP recruitment; Michael Arneman.VP judicial; Chris Zainey, community service; Matt Kwask.Treasurer Thfi htfirfratpmity Council npc ifclzS7 the prnvF Yum, yum! Rib Cage catered for hundreds of hungry Greeks and rushees. The Gamble Brothers provided entertainment on the Grove stage. by Virginia Shields For the past two years the Panhellenic Council has organized an ice cream social to provide sorority members and rushees a chance to meet and mingle prior to recruitment week. This year, however, the Interfraternity Council joined Panhellenic to throw a barbeque party in the Grove on September 14 for both guys and girls to attend. The Rib Cage catered and the Gamble Brothers Band played on the Grove stage while hundreds of Greeks and sorority and fraternity hopefuls socialized in a casual atmosphere. " Having the barbeque with the guys and the music took a lot of the pressure off the girls. Things were much more at ease than at the ice cream social, and I think it was a huge success ' said Elizabeth Norburg, Vice President of Judicial and Education for Panhellenic. Claudia Wills, a junior Delta Gamma from Memphis, Tenn. agreed with Norburg that the barbeque was really laid-back. " Everyone had a great time, and we got the chance to meet so many new people. " Norburg said Panhellenic and IFC will definitely be putting on the barbeque again next year. Just take a seat wherever - the setting was completely casual at the barbeque, and these guys sure did enjoy the food. Every sorority came out to the barbeque for the chance to meet new people, eat good food, listen to some music and just have fun. bbq in the gr ove 2£ J ational by Virginia Shields The National Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing council of the historically black fraternities and sororities at the University of Mississippi. The mission of the NPHC, as stated in its constitution, is " to unify African-American Greeks on campus, to provide service to the community, to provide social interaction among colleagues on and off campus and to stimulate organizations to foster and sponsor projects which encourage educational, moral and cultural progress on the campus and in the community. " The NPHC oversees the activities of the fraternities Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc., Omega Phi Psi, Inc. and Phi Beta Sigma, Inc. The sororities under this council are Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho, Inc. and Zeta Phi Beta, Inc. These organizations, each of which has a representative on the council, have been present on the Ole Miss campus for nearly 30 years. The NPHC sponsors many events each year that emphasize community service, friendship and unity. The biggest events each year are Meet the Greeks in the fall and Afrolympics in the spring. Students can become members of these fraternities and sororities through a process called Intake. This process begins with interest meetings held by the individual fraternities and sororities in either the fall or spring. To participate in Intake, students must complete 12 semester hours of classes and have a minimum 2.3 to 2.5 GPA, dependent upon requirements of each organization. eUenic Quncil OFFICERS President: Shundral Hobson Vice President: Danny Echols Secretary: Herman Slyvester Treasurer: Amanda Barner Judicial Board Chair: Jason Thompson Parlimentarian: Sonya Chapman Public Relations: Jackie Singleton 2 0 1 gre eks These Deltas are taking it easy at the Meet the Greeks step show. by Virginia Shields During the week of Sept. 7-13, the NPHC hosted several events to show the Ole Miss community what their organizations are all about. On Monday morning each organization set up a display table in the Union, and on Tuesday night they held a Greek Forum. Members helped tutor at the Boys and Girls Club on Wednesday afternoon, had a social with the black faculty and staff on Thursday, and on Friday night they wrapped things up with a Greek show and an after party. They also tailgated in the Grove with the Black Student Union prior to the Homecoming game against Louisiana-Monroe. AKA ' s step team for the Meet the Greek step show: Michelle Johnson. Nicole Jackson, Shundral Hobson. Danielle Jones. Donique Nobles and Shannon Thompson. mppt the greeks week nphc meet the gre eks 2° l Bid AOII XQ AAA Ar KA0 KA KKT $M nB$ Day Right: The girls received their bids at Fulton Chapel and then excitedly ran to their new homes on Sorority Row. Below: All the female rushees gathered at Fulton Chapel to receive their bids from the Gamma Chis. A record- breaking number of students took part in rush this year. Almost 800 girls, or about 92 percent of total participants, and close to 700 guys, or 85 percent, received bids to a sorority or fraternity. Below Left: The pledges were greeted at their new sorority houses with plenty of gifts and hugs. .•%! », yBKm K0 ' __ photos by Meredith Spent ATfl B0P X A KA J A0 $K fr $KT nKA ZAE ZX 2N Z$E 2 02 gre eks year wai a record-breaking rush, with close WW g ' rvd guys ■ fraternities. Every soro Bnade quota, which 71 last year. ■ LphaKappa ? Actives: Kimberly Davis, LaTanya Dixon, Kimberly Dudley, Shundral Hobson, Nicole Jackson, Michelle Johnson, Danielle Jones, Neely Lott, Donique Nobles, Simonee Patton, Tameka Rice, Shannon Thompson Officers: LaTanya Dixon, President; Danielle Jones, Vice President; Shundral Hobson, Secretary; Kimberly Dudley, Assistant Secretary; Michelle Johnson, Treasurer; Kimberly Davis, Hostess Hospitality; Donique Nobles, Corresponding Secretary; Neely Lott, Ivy Leaf Reporter; Shundral Hobson, NPHC President Four AKAs showing class and elegar Neely Lott gives a Family Crisis Services representative a check at the Annual AKA Charity Auction. 1 9 gre eks Left:AKAs striking a pose Below: LaTanya Dixon and Michelle Johnson have nothing but smiles for everyone at an AKA social. Sorority Facts Nickname: AKA Chapter: Theta Psi Symbol: Ivy Leaf National Founding: 1908 Ole Miss Founding: 1974 Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple Green Governing Council: NPHC Biggest Event: Skee Week National Targets: Education, Health, Economics, The Black Family and the Arts alpha kappa al pha 2° Actives: Angela Acred, Amanda Baker, Laura Baker, Meredith Barkett, Valerie Baughn, Julie Benoit, Aimee Bertrand, Rebecca Bertrand, Amanda Bevill, Marjorie Billings, Staci Black, Natalie Bottoms, Laura Brame, Danielle Campbell, Leah Katherine Campbell, Jennifer Childers, Caroline Coley, Shawna Cook, Alexis Cornman, Lindsey Davis, Leah DeLoach, Marielle DePeters, Annie Domain, Amanda Earnshaw, Lauren Edens, Sarah Everman, Leslie Falzone, Nicci Feathers, Jessica Ferguson, Emily Frye, Kristen Gent, Whitney Gentry, Caitlyn Gibson, Katie Gorski, Courtney Gregory, Kara Hancock, Natalie Hankins, Marie Harkins, Laura Higgenbotham, Jessica Jordan, Steffie Kemper, Jennifer Kingery, Lindsey Krouse, Ashley Lambert, Leslie Little, Ally McClain, Rachel McClure, Tippah McClure, Laura McKenzie, Meridith McKinney, Ashley Morris, Lindsey Morris, Jenna Morrison, Corey Palmer, Tiffany Payne, Jenna Phillips, Lori Pickens, Emily Powers, Susan Prince, LJ Pruitt, Heather River, Amanda Russell, Laura Catherine Sheffield, Brittany Smith, Kristin St. Ivany, Shannon Strobo, Susan Todd, Jessica Vinson, Amy Waycaster, Jenny Weeden, Lauren West, Dianne Wilson Pledges: Kristen Acred, Meg Arst, Leslie Basaric, Jennifer Beardsley, Kelyn Blackburn, Christina Boone, Lindsay Brame, Emily Brown, Andrea Buerck, Brittany Carlton, Briana Carstens, Courtney Cason, Lauren Clark, Ellen Cole, Lauren Costello, Selena Cross, Alison Davis, Andrea Davis, Laura Beth Dennison, Megan Edwards, Callie Eldridge, Ashley Emerson, Liz Eva, J.J. Evans, Brooke Feathers, Ashley Ferrell, Meghan Gill, Sally Goodin, Sarah Goodman, Ashley Gordon, Julia Greer, Kellie Griffin, Sammy Hans, Jessica Harry, Pryor Hays, Ray Henry, Andrea House, Katy Hyde, Amelia Jennings, Emy Johnston, Katie Leigh Kortenber, Katie Kramer, Christen Ladner, Ginny Land, Farah Lavassani, Caroline Lewis, Lauren Ligon, Tara Ligon, Rebecca Lingle, Emily Lombard, Amanda Luckie, Erin Maki, Krissie Mayer, Alex McAndrews, Trish McCaulley, D.D. McCord, Rachel Melson, Amanda Miller, Brittani Mitchell, Katie Moffit, Meredith Moore, Heather Mullins, Sara Musselman, Carley Navarrete, Michelle Nixon, Stephanie Page, Tiffany Pannell, Samantha Pettit, Sally Putt, Elizabeth Rainey, Lindsay Rainey, Christy Ridling, Hollie Roden, Jocelyn Russell, Cherish Sansing, Allison Shaw, Heather Street, Mary Martha Sweebe, Shelby Taylor, Lauren Traux, Brittany Vaux, Stephanie Wallace, Samantha Welsh, Alicia West, Natalie Williams, Laura Young Lindsey Krouse and Laura Catherine Sheffield show their love for AOPi and the Rebels in the Grove before a football game. Alpha Omicron Pi O e Miss Bid Day 2003 96 J ere v Ipha Umicron Ellen Cole, Jennifer Childers, Lindsey Krouse, Lauren Truax, Kara Hancock and Samantha Walsh take a picture before heading the Toga Swap with SAE. Marjorie Billings and Amy Waycaster Sorority Facts Nickname: AOPi Chapter: Nu Beta Mascot: Panda National Founding: 1887 Ole Miss Founding: 1958 Colors: Cardinal and White Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Red Rose Ball Philanthropy: Arthritis Research, Ultimate Frisbee Tournament and Jean Jones Run Walk for Cancer House Mother: Laura Reid Ashley Fricks, Courtney Gregory and Tiffany Payne are seen here with Major Dad ' s Gerald McRaney at the Jean Jones Run Walk for Cancer. Danielle Campbell, Steffie Kemper, Bethany Caufield and Kristin St. Ivany hang out together in the Grove. npi|z9 7 Clockwise from top left: Jennifer Germany, Katy Simmons, Lollie Britt, Mary Lucia Jones, Callie McMillin and Leighton Batte hang out on Bid Day 4 ( Lft i m mm t ' A Db »H ■ n m cl B Babbs Murray, Noelle Hansen, Tricia Smith, Allie Etter, Katherine Barry, Lucy Smith, Alice Smith, Whitney Evans and Ann Fly are so excited to be at the Chi-O house on Bid Day! Sorority Facts Nickname: Chi-0 Chapter: Tau Mascot: Owl National Founding: 1895 Ole Miss Founding: 1899 Colors: Cardinal and Straw Governing Council: NPC Biggest Events: Spring Formal, Big Sis Lil Sis, Staff Christmas Party Philanthropy: Gardinal Simmons Home, Make-a-Wish Foundation House Mother: Sarah Duke 1 98 t lc rki Intramural Flag Football Champions! Front: Kathryn Werne, Lee Ann Kemp, Ginna Hopkins, Jennifer Germany, Beverly Dulaney, Lollie Britt; Back: Dorsey Cox, Lauren Reede, Halley Epperson, Amy-Hardin Murphey, Julie Vescovo, Leslie Waring Mary Lucia Jones, Leighton Batte and Molly Benoist have fun in the Grove before a football game. Chi-O seniors cooking out together at a friend ' s cabin. These girls enjoy intramural bowling at Kiame Lanes. Actives: Suzanne Adams, Brittany Aills, Aimee Arnold, Miriam Avery, Sara Martin Ball, Melissa Bandy, Ashleigh Barbee, Sidney Barnes, Leigh Barrow, Katie Batte, Leighton Batte, Carrie Benoist, Molly Benoist, Suzanna Best, Sarah Love Bickerstaff, Jenna Blackwell, Julia Bledsoe, Merrell Boswell, Leesel Boulware, Claire Boyd, Jackson Boyd, Laura Bray, Marianna Breaseale, Karen Brickey, Tyndale Brickey, Lollie Britt, Margie Brown, Mary Hayes Brown, Sue Bryan, Brooke Carmichael, Whitney Carmichael, Jane Chambliss, Nancy Chamoun, Lauren Cheek, Whitney Cole, Meredith Coleman, Lauren Costello, Dorsey Cox, Liza Daniels, Rebecca Darby, Ryn Davis, Kate Denney, Miles Diffee, Meredith Donahoe, Kathryn Donald, Bobbie Ducker, Beverly Dulaney, Caroline Dye, Jane Oliver Eastland, Suzanne Eleazer, Jill Emerson, Hallie Epperson, Ellen Fisher, Lane Fratesi, Anna Freeland, Hilary Gainer, Betsey Galloway, Jennifer S. Germany, Jennifer W. Germany, Carly Ginn, Meredith Gore, Jordan Graves, Kelly Greene, Malone Gregory, Taylor Gresham, Emily Guthrie, Sibby Gwinn, Katherine Hall, Caroline Harper, Mollie Hederman, Lollie Henry, Kathryn Hollis, Rebecca Hollis, Fleming Holt, Rachel Holt, Ginna Hopkins, AM Howard, Caroline Hoyt, Allison Hutsell, Mary Lindsey Johnson, Camille Jones, Libby Jones, Mary Lucia Jones, Ellen Jordan, Lee Ann Kaigler, Lee Ann Kemp, Kendall Ketchum, Kate King, Katie King, Nicole Lamberth, Neely Lauderdale, DD Laughlin, Deborah Leslie, Hadley LaSourd, Sarah St. John Lewis, Marcie Little, Mary John Lovelace, Amanda Lynch, Ashley Mackenzie, Drew Magee, Amanda Manning, Ferriday Mansel, Sarah Markham, Amanda Marsalis, Haley McCabe, Shannon McCain, Haley McGee, Haley McCay, Caroline McKibben, Callie McMillin, Mary Margaret Miller, Mary Kathryn Millner, Meredith Monsour, Judith Ann Montiel, Terra Moody, Emily Moore, Natalie Morgan, Helen Mulherin, Amy Hardin Murphey, Caroline Murphree, Erin Newman, Lauren Noel, Halley Norton, Julie Novarese, Meredith Padalino, Sarah Palmer, Melissa Parker, Catherine Parnell, Elizabeth Parsons, Carter Payne, Genevieve Payne, Jessica Perno, Taylor Phillips, Sloane Porter, Katherine Potts, Madeline Price, Lauren Reeder, Tante Roberts, Sara Hart Rosenblatt, Mary Allyn Roulhac, Hamilton Seale, May Shackelford, Katy Simmons, Kit Simmons, Pace Snellings, Helene Stadler, Caroline Steindorf, Susanna Stewart, Kelly Stocks, Amy Strickland, Jessica Sweeney, Cam Swift, Patricia Tamminga, Hillary Taylor, Mary Melinda Tew, Holly Thomas, Clark Thomason, Liza Thompson, Tere Thornton, Rainey Mills Turner, Julie Vescovo, Paden Walker, Leslie Waring, Haley Watts, Catherine Werne, Jenny Kate Whelan, Alexandra Wilkes, Britney Wilkes, Lyndsey Williams, Sarah Thorne Williams, Candy Witt, Jennifer Yoakum Pledges: Rachel Allen, Tommie Allen, Dabbs Anderson, Angela Arnold, Blakely Austin, Kathryn Barry, Allison Beckham, Laura Blackwell, Mary Beth Boler, Audrey Bourland, Claire Brabec, Sarah Rose Buchanan, Callie Calhoun, Martha Cameron, Ann Catherine Campbell, Brittany Carmichael, Catherine Carter, Caroline Collins, Kate Czesnakowitcz, Ashley DeLaitsch, Claire Dugas, Allison England, Allie Etter, Whitney Evans, Marisabel Figueroa, Hunter Floyd, Ann Fly, Tracy Fowler, Mary Katherine Gholson, Heather Gilbert, Mary Elizabeth Gray, Stephanie Grear, Sarah Haas, Jariel Hairston, Noelle Hansen, Laura Harris, Carolyn Grace Hawkins, Marty Hitt, Martha Hollis, Ann Homolik, Laura Paige Innerarity, Fleming James, Claire Jones, Scarlet Jones, Mollie Kidder, Katherine Kimmel, Margaret Ann Klinke, Emily Ladyman, Mary Alden Lanford, Elise Leslie, Rebecca Lewis, Lindsey Louviere, Mary Kathryn Mallette, Megan McKibben, Katherine Megar, Mary Grace Mooney, Allison Morgan, Peyton Moss, Anne Mullen, Babs Murray, Meg Musselwhite, Mary Beth Nolan, Ann Christopher Peacock, Taylor Perry, Katie Pigott, Jane Pillow, Paige Prestage, Claire Rogers, Courtney Simmons, Alice Smith, Claire Smith, Lucy Smith, Tricia Smith, Page Solana, Denise Taylor, Haley Tubbs, Caroline Varner, Emily Vaughan, Jill Vescovo, Lauren Wade, Arrington Walcott, Ana Reed Walker, Mary Allison Welden, Holly Whitaker, Christina White, Mary Catherine Williams, Medley Wilson, Ann Elise Winn chi omegalZf ° 1888 1904 Sorority Facts Nickname: Tri Delt Chapter: Chi Mascot: Dolphin National Founding: Ole Miss Founding; Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Pancakes for Kids Philanthropy: St. Jude Children ' s Research Hospital House Mother: Julia Baker Right: Garland Weavil, Lee Kauerz and Carlton Posey cheer on the Rebs in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Below Right: Kerri Guy, Anna Aycock, Maggie White, Taylor Durbin, Holly Yarber and Emily Guyton get ready for the Toga Swap with Sigma Chi. Below: Lindsey Conerly, Katie Mernwether, Nicole Babbitt, Morgan Card, Ann Ozier and Jacquelyn Dismuke hanging out before heading to the Square. OQ gre eks Left: Lauren McFall and Miriam Pryor Below: President Morgan Card center) hangs out with pledges Anne Morrow and Megan Stout before a football game. Below: Ann Barrett Blackburn and Lindsey Wamble dressed up as Siamese twins this year for Halloween! Tri Delt loves our pledges! On bid night the pledges begin their celebration by riding around campus on the double decker trolley! Actives: Courtney Anderson, Jill Anthony, Katy Apostle, Anne Archer, Anna Aycock, Regan Aycock, Nicole Babbitt, Allison Barnes, Jenny Berryhill, Ann Barrett Blackburn, Rebecca Blakeslee, Elizabeth Blount, Jessica Boggan, Dorothy Boone, Anna Catherine Booth, Anna Bradley, Camille Breland, Cathy Brewer, Cecil Brown, Jessica Busching, Kelli Butler, Taylor Butler, Katie Cannada, Morgan Card, Brittany Carroll, Megan Cease, Elizabeth Chambers, Lauren Chancellor, Christina Clark, Morgan Clark, Callie Clayton, Laura Collins, Lauren Collins, Lindsey Conerly, Kristen Cook, Jennifer Crowley, Sarah Crumbley, Burchett Darby, Megan Dawkins, Jacuelyn Dismuke, Carley Dulaney, Taylor Durbin, Jane Easley, Ana Maria Echiburu, Wendy Edwards, Emilie Elkin, Rebecca Ellis, Emily Evans, Caroline Fair, Kate Fenton, Hannah Fenton, Emily Ferris, Anna Lee Floyd, Ashley Fry, Grace Fullilove, Julia Givens, Kara Givens, Breanna Goodman, Emily Joy Grant, Priscilla Grantham, Lillie Graves, Maggie Graves, Taylor Greenlee, Sarah Grenfell, Katie Grogan, Keri Guy, Emily Guyton, Ann Marie Hall, Susan Hall, Natalie Hamlet, Kate Hammond, Caroline Hardy, Graham Harlin, Leila Ann Hartsfield, Jane Hedges, Lindsey Holliday, Stoner Huff, Kelly Jeanes, Katie Jeffreys, Ashley Jew, Afton Jones, Jessie Jones, Sophie Kauerz, Lee Kauerz, Finley Kellum, Mary Chris Kellum, Jarrett Kincade, Kristen Kuykendall, Lauren Lacey, Emily Laird, Kelly Lampton, Ashley Lanaux, Natalie Lefoldt, Allison Lemore, Melissa Love, Laura Low, Olivia Lusco, Ann Magee, Sarah Masengill, Molly Matthews, Kate Mauldin, Liza Maxcy, Kitty McCarty, Sally McCullar, Tricia McDowell, Lauren McFall, Olivia McLaurin, Kimberly McMurray, Morgan McMurray, Molly McVey, Katie Merrell, Katie Merriwether, Karen Merriwether, Margie Meyers, Shannon Miller, Mary Ellen Morgan, Smith Nail, Ashley Nelson, Elizabeth Newman, Tatum Noblitt, Elizabeth Norburg, Ginger Northcutt, Brooks Anne O ' Bnant, Sarah Hunt Oswald, Ann Ozier, Emily Penick, Whitney Pettey, Courtney Phillips, Meg Phillips, Carlton Posey, Miriam Pryor, Kaycee Roper, Amber Rosa, Jennifer Russell, Molly Rutherford, Rebecca Sandifer, Cameron Sanford, Katherine Sartor, Taylor Schmidt, Leigh Shannon, Lynley Shields, Virginia Shields, Brittany Singletary, Patricia Silvey, Laura Simmons, Anna Smith, Clare Smith, Kara Smothers, Cheryl Spain, Elizabeth Stephenson, Morgan Stone, Anna Stuart, Kacy Summers, Mary Linley Swaney, Lindsey Thompson, Rebecca Thompson, Jessica Thrash, Sara Beth Turner, Allison Ulmer, Elise Veazey, Toni Vick, Brittany Walker, Laurie Walker, Lindsey Wamble, Lauren Watkins, Chrissy Watson, Garland Weavil, Katy Rose White, Maggie White, Mary Rollins White, Elizabeth Whittington, Keli Wood, Holly Yarber, Mary Allyson Young, Natalie Young Pledges: Mimi Acuff, Ashley Adams, Brittany Allen, Annie Anderson, Ashley Anderson, Katy Avrea, Courtney Barnes, Marley Bennett, Whitney Blonkvist, Sarah Canizaro, Jessi Carden, Fowler Carson, Abby Clement, Corrie Cockrell, Ashlee Cole, Christen Currie, Laura Ellis, Lesley Ely, Courtney Erickson, Katie Finnegan, Lauren Freeman, Mary Katherine Gilmore, Carol Gunn, Talbott Head, Anna Herzog, Leslie Hill, Hadley Holliday, Lauren Hussey, Kim Jensen, Lauren Johnson, Graham Jones, Kallie Karper, K.K. Kelso, Lena Kay Kent, Kali Kimbrough, Andrea King, Jordan Laird, Kirby Laird, Olivia Lalla, Emily Lamb, Laura Magee, Lauren Magli, Julie Mallet, Elizabeth Marbury, Melissa Martin, Blythe Matthews, Casey McGraw, Carrie McGrew, Morgan McLeod, Caroline McNeel, Anna McVey, Anna Milner, Bess Mitchell, Emily Molpus, Anne Morrow, Kristen Murff, Caroline Murphy, Meg Pace, Paige Patrick, Laura Peyton, Lauren Phillips, Lindsey Phyfer, Brittney Pinkham, Jennifer Reimann, Becky Roberson, Kory Rogers, Meg Russell, Lindsay Schilling, Julia Schimmel, Margaret Scott, Lacey Shaver, Maggie Simmons, Whitney Stark, Meghan Storey, Megan Stout, Katty Summers, Megan Sunday, Lauren Taylor, Leigh Taylor, Carter Thomas, Natty Thomas, Kelly Towers, Lauren Tucker, Cassie Walhood, Anna Warren, April Webb, Claudia Worrell delta delta deltahpi Sorority Facts Nickname: Dee Gee Chapter: Alpha Psi Mascot: Anchor National Founding: 1873 at Ole Miss Colors: Bronze, Pink and Blue Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Anchor Splash Philanthropy: Service for Sight House Mother: Nancy Maddox Jamie Patterson, Kimberly Guckert, Carol Anne Marion, Carol Scarbrough, Laura Reddick, Kayla Murphy, Blair Ferguson and Kristen Hoag Far Left: Ashley McLeod, Elizabeth Martin, Carol Anne Marion, Whitney Skelton, Lizzie Hinton, Elizabeth Ford, Marion Park Gray, Lauren Fowler and Lindsey Fowler hang out in the Grove. Left: The Dee Gees celebrate Mary-Grace Hayne ' s (center) win as Miss Ole Miss for 2003 Homecoming. Below: The Dee Gees were last year ' s winner of Sigma Chi Derby Day. Actives: Lauren Abide, Leslie Abide, Sarah Abston, Kimberly Ainsworth, Wendy Almon, Ashley Andrews, Kay Avery, Ashley Baddour, Drew Bagley, Joanne Bagley, Brittany Bailey, Corrie Barkley, | Cassie Baskin, Brooke Baudo, De Beazley, Kellie Bell, Susie Bjorkland, Emily Blount, Kate Bower, Katie Brereton, Lindsey Brown, Amanda Bunner, Katie Caldwell, Heather Carillo, Melissa Ceasar, Hollee Cheek, Jenny Christopher, Meghan Claney, Alex Clark, Erin Clark, Kayla Clayborne, Candace Clayton, Kathryn Cole, Palmer Cope, Whitney Crisp, Brooke Currier, Rachel Donahue, Lauren Dove, Mary Margaret Drew, Jennifer Duddleston, Lizzie Duerr, Lauren Dye, Katie Eaton, Amy Allison Edwards, I Laura Evans, Blair Ferguson, Sarah Fontenot, Elizabeth Ford, Leah Forrester, Lauren Fowler, Virginia i Gage, Lori Gaither, Julie Gardino, Cathy Gatewood, Julie Gentry, Amanda George, Chrissy Gilder, I Natalie Gomez, Ainsley Gorman, Emmaline Graham, Marian Park Gray, Kimberly Guckert, Sophie ! Hanafee, Lindsay Harper, Ashley Harrison, Mary-Grace Haynes, Joanna Hebb, Anna Hill, Elizabeth I Hinton, Cristen Hoag, Erin Hornsby, Meagan Jeffries, Julie Jones, Morgan Jones, Lauren Kihyet, Kimberly Kilpatrick, Leigh Allyn King, Mindy King, Jamie Knight, Katie Laird, Jordan Lancaster, Paige ! Latham, Meredith Lee, Jessica Liggett, Ashley Lishman, Jessica Long, Emily Lott, Melissa Lowther, Diana Marascalco, Carol Anne Marion, Elizabeth Martin, Missy Mavar, Emily May, Erin Mayo, Jenna McAlister, Emily McGraw, Ashley McCurrach, Ashley McLeod, Jessica McMahen, Stephanie Miller, Arabella Montgomery, Whitney Moore, Lauren Moorehead, Margaret Morrison, Kayla Murphy, Ashley Nance, Jessica Nesbitt, Erin Newhouse, Rachel Marie Paris, Ashley Parker, Abby Pate, Jaimee i Patterson, Lauren Pennington, Lauren Phillips, Elizabeth Piazza, Laura Piazza, Amanda Pirani, Emily Pounds, Laura Reddick, Anna Reeves, Lauren Reeves, Moni Reynolds, Ashley Rickels, Rachel Roberts, | Katie Rogers, Lana Rogers, Jill Rosamond, Anne Russell, Kimberly Rutland, Cayce Ryan, Marti Sanders, ■ Carol Scarbrough, Suzy Schaffhauser, Emily Semmes, Mary Kathryn Sharpe, Laura Shirley, Laura Leigh Shull, Shea Sides, Erin Simmons, Whitney Skelton, Ivey Slaughter, Tara Smith, Catherine Stanley, Lindsey Stevens, Shay Still, Sally Swearengen, Amanda Thompson, Anne Thompson, Karley Timbes, Keller Tonore, Meredith Turnage, Meredith Turner, Sarah Wall, Carrie Ward, Jill Waycaster, Jenni White, Caroline Wicker, Leann Wiggins, Emily Wilkins, Rachel Williams, Claudia Wills, Anne ! Winship, Amy Youngblood Pledges: Ashley Archer, Kari Arentson, Betsey Bailey, Meredith Bailey, Morgan Baker, Mary Ann Barrett, Cam Beall, Katie Bell, Elizabeth Black, Rachel Blair, Katie Boleware, Amanda Boozer, Caroline , Boyd, Anna Brock, Abigail Broome, Melissa Brown, Julia Bryant, Carrie Burch, Katie Chism, Meg Coleman, Mary Beth Conway, Lindsay Rea Cowart, Megan Crockford, Candace Deer, Melissa Deibler, | Jillian Donahue, Abbie Eason, Jodi Edwards, Carolyn Eley, Julie Ely, Leah Ferguson, Jaclyn Fike, I Catherine Foil, Alison Forrester, Lindsey Fowler, Haley Fratesi, Jessica Glaze, Laurin Gross, Mae Hanafee, Amanda Harmon, Alicia Harper, Austin Harrison, Beverly Hatton, Ellen Heaton, Caroline I Hoke, Linnae Hoppe, Julie Howell, Karen Jeffries, Erin Johnson, Savannah Keith, Savannah Langley, I Mairin LeBlanc, Becca Lowther, Meredith Mansfield, Katie Martin, Mallory Mathis, Morgan Mathis, Katie I Maxwell, Kendal McCurrach, Brooks McDonald, Virginia Mclntyre, Anna Lora McMurphy, Rinda-Shelby McNeil, Emily Meeks, Ashley Morris, Rachel Motes, Mary-Brandon Norman, Kayli Norris, Morgan Pounds, Cassan Pulaski, Georgia Anne Ray, Abby Reeves, Anne Roybal, Elizabeth Sanford, Mary Margaret Schuchard, Candace Shelton, Lauren Smith, Nicole Smith, Day Smith, Taylor Thompson, Lindsey Thompson, Brittany Thornton, Jessie Van Dyke, Lane Walton, Grace Watson, Katie Weymouth, I Amanda Wheeler, Margie Whiteside, Jenna Wix, Cori Woods, Laurel Worth delta am ma O 1 Right: Deltas getting ready to " set it out " at the homecoming Greek show Below: Make Way for these proud Delta girls - Fallon Jackson, Courtney Peirce, Arlissa Conley, Kantress Evans Jessica Ayers and LaKeia Walton Sorority Facts Nickname: Delta Chapter: Lamda Sigma Flower: African Violet National Founding: 1913 Ole Miss Founding: 1974 Colors: Crimson Cream Governing Council: NPHC Biggest Events: Fright Night, Mr. Lambda Sigma Pageant, Delta Week, Girl Talk Philanthropy: Annual Thanksgiving Dinner for the Elderly, Adopt-a- Black Business ' O-ti ty- r ' L. igmallheta President: Keena Brown Vice President: Courtney Pierce 2nd VP: Amanda Barner Recording Secretary: Karla Edwards Corresponding Secretary: Erica Brantley Financial Secretary: Fallon Jackson Treasurer: LaKeia Walton Journalist: Jessica Ayers Parliamentarian: Jasmyne Searcy Custodian: Tia Beasley Historian: Kantress Evans Chaplain: Sherwonda Dunn Sergeant-at-arms: Regina Purnell Primary Advisor: Ruth Ball Secondary Advisor: Rhonda Reed Members: Lauren Autry, Arlissa Conley, Charity Daniel, Elizabeth Wells Far left: Kantress Evans and Karla Edwards Left: Delta Sigma Theta has the spookiest Fright Night! delta sigma th eta I 0 5 All these girls are so excited to be at theTheta house on Bid Day! Actives and Pledges: Casey Abrams, Michele Amsden, Grace Armstrong, Kristen Azzano, Beth Baker, Natalie Barber, Stephanie Barber, Kelleigh Barron, Sheila Barter, Miranda Bauer, Aubrey Belcher, Ashlyn Berryhill, Stacey Bivens, Jacque Black, Lauren Black, Beth Booker, Lyndsey Brady, Jessica Bran, Kathryn Broyles, Brittney Brunet, Lea Butler, Sarah Bynum, Jessica Byrd, Lindsay Cagle, Kat Campesi, Jessi Cantrell, Anna Margaret Collins, Ashley Colotta, Emily Davis, Taylor DeBardeleben, Lindsey Deweese, Jordan Edwards, Heather Ellis, Jessica Eskew, Katherine Famer, Mary Margaret Field, Jamie Flowers, Catherine Frey, Elizabeth Frey, Kristen Fuson, Chelsea Galligan, Bethany Gamma, Ginny Garrett, Margeaux, Germann, Vivian Gibson, Katie Glaze, Jenny Gordon, Emily Gray, Traci Green, Meredith Gross, Kerri Harbin, Megan Harpole, Kate Harrington, Liz Harrington, Laura Harvey, Meredith Hastings, Maggie Haynes, Liz Helander, Jessica Herring, Ashley Higgins, Katie Hill, Lauren Hoffman, Candice Holder, Greta Honaker, Lindsay Huett, Beth Huggins, Whitney Hyatt, Molly Jacks, Katie Jackson, Patrice Jones, Sarah Jordan, Lucy Joseph, Bridget Kaplan, Kate Kesler, Emily King, Mandy Klepzig, Casey Kretz, Kate Lashley, Rebecca Latil, Lisa Lawton, Bonnie Leach, Dena Lester, Ashleigh Lewellen, Alex Logan, Jennifer Long, Ashlei Magnuson, Morgan Malone, Ashley Maloney, Melissa Marchant, Danielle Marcoux, Laura Marion, Melissa Marion, Meredith Marr, Meredith Matthews, Kortney Mazoch, Abby McCarver, Bennet McDougal, Sarah McGregor, Elizabeth Miers, Kelly Miller, Stephanie Milo, Nina Moncrief, Morgan Moody, Cheslee Moore, Lauren Moore, Tyler Morgan, Kristen Morse, Kathleen Mosley, Amy Mueller, Jennifer Nail, Whitney Nelson, Elizabeth Ogden, Margaret Peterson, Toni Petro, Lyndsey Pye, Anne Pitre, Erin Ready, Sara Page Red, Anna Reed, Kaity Reiley, Brittany Rials, Ashley Riddle, Mary Robinson, April Rodgers, Brynn Rogel, Lindsey Rogers, Mary Kathryn Russell, Meg Ryan, Bri Samuels, Allison Scott, Kendal Scott, Margaret Shannon, Elizabeth Sharpies, Sally Kate Shepherd, Lindsey Sinquefield, Becca Smith, Cassie Smith, Erin Smith, Maggie Smith, Sam Solomon, Lauren Sosnowski, Brooke Staples, Stephanie Steadman, Helen Stevens, Kristen Stubbs, Shanna Tubb, Nikki Veach, Kim Veazey, Katelyn Vogelgesang, Laura Beth Walden, Haley Walker, Jade Walker, Tracey Warren-Wohlford, Erin Welch, Ashley Whitehead, Jenny Wilson, Melanie Wilson, Audrey Winans Erin Welch and Jennifer Sunseri 5Q£jgreeks Kappa llphaTheta Sarah Jordan, Kelly Miller, Jennifer Sunseri, Lindsey Sinquefield andTracey Warren-Wohlford hang out before Philanthropy Round 2003. Officers: bottom: Shana McGraw.VP Administration; Lauren Persick, President; Brooke Smith, VP Public Relations; top: Whitney Keene, VP Membership; Sarah Dill.VP Development; Holly Buntin.VP Education; Ginny Stearns, VP Finance Sorority Facts Nickname: Theta Chapter: Epsilon Zeta Symbol: Kite National Founding: 1870 Ole Miss Founding: 1979 Colors: Black and Gold Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Encore Diamond Days Philanthropy: CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocates House Mother: Nancy Fowler Bennet McDougal.Jacque Black, Shannon Hennekes.Amy Mueller Lappa alpha th eta n0 7 Below right: The Kay Dee seniors traveled to Nashville to have fun and cheer on the Rebs against Vanderbilt. Below: Officers: Leigh Newton, President; Megan Wylie.VP New Member Education; Ginger King, VP Membership; Jessica Foster, VP Public Relations; Cassie Norton, VP Standards; Maribeth Porter, Secretary; Ann Sims, Treasurer; Mollie Jourdan.Asst. Treasurer; KimzeyTroxler, Efficiency; Darcy Perkins, House Manager Sorority Facts Nickname: Kay Dee Chapter: Alpha Mu Mascot: Teddy Bear National Founding: 1897 Ole Miss Founding: 1927 Colors: Green and White Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Shamrock Golf Tournament Philanthropy: National Center for Child Abuse House Mother: " Miss Judy ' Perminto Top: Kay Dee juniors hanging out together Above:These juniors pose for a picture with 2002 Parade of Beauty contestants Summer Windham, Jennifer Jernigan (Most Beautiful) and Lauren Ezell. Actives: Jacqueline Baker, Jessica Banahan, Jordan Boggs, Jessica Carvin, Liz Casali, Cathy Crafton, Shannon Cummings, Leslie Davis, Drew Denton, Amanda Douglas, Claire Droke, Leanne Dungan, Jessica Foster, Kristin Griffin, Lauren Grobmeyer, Ginger Guzzetta, Suzanne Harris, Mary Gift Hitt, Jane Marie Jerrolds, Susannah Johnson, Mollie Jourdan, Jana Killen, Ginger King, Kerri Langston, Mary Nelda Lott, Natalie Makamson, Blair Manning, Sarah McKee, Emily McMullan, Lindsey Milam, Nikki Neely, Leigh Newton, Cassie Norton, Sara Fay Peters, Laurie Petro, Maribeth Porter, Kathryn Potts, Jennifer Puckett, Andrea Raley, Hayley Reed, Ann Sims, Sara Smithhart, April Stewart, Paige Taylor, Amy Thompson, Linda Trewolla, Ashley Twiford, Rachael Willis, Megan Wylie, Andrea Yeager, Irby Albriton, Ashley Atiyeh, Kristen Brewer, Hathaway Brown, Anne Brueck, Courtney Chinn, Lauren Collins, Win Daniels, Lauren Ezell, Mary Walker Goza, Beth Henson, EA Herron, Sara Hurston, Jennifer Jernigan, Meryl Jones, Sally Jones, Abbey Kirby, Tress McAlister, Megan McFarland, Abby McGrew, Lindsay Miller, Ashley Moon, Natalie Murphy, Lila Lee Neely, Katie Neighbors, Kristen Patrick, Darcy Perkins, Jessica Richardson, Anne Claire Snaders, Amy Scruggs, Molly Seawright, Sarah Teller, Kimsey Troxler, Paige Walsh, Summer Windham, Amne Young, Sunny Young, Michelle Bolton, Lindsey Boyd, Kerstin Bruck, Shelby Brune, Mary Elizabeth Buntin, Camille Cangelosi, Bonnie Carr, Jena Clinard, Mandy Cooper, Laurie Beth Cox, Ramsy Cruise, Jessica Deckshot, Lindsey DeLoach, Laura Dixon, Ashley Dunn, Sarah Jay Ellis, Shelly Evans, Claire Ewing, Johannah Faulk, Emily Frolich, Ellen Fruge, Stefanie Gadd, Kate Garner, Shellie Harmon, Liza Hegwood, Eleanor Hightower, Lauren Holland, Emily Hood, Brittany Horton, Lauren Hughes, Lauren Hull, Catherine Irwin, Haley Jones, Lauren Kottas, Mandy Legg, Sarah Lomax, Anna Lauren Makamson, Jennifer Marascalco, Katie Maxwell, Taylor McCutcheon, Emily McDill, Beth Merrill, Cathryn Miller, Clair Montgomery, Abbie Morgan, Angie Nail, Tara Nail, Lainey Newton, Kelly O ' Dwyer, katie Pickens, Natalie Pierce, Katie Richardson, Elizabeth Riviere, Jenni Rotenberry, Abigail Sample, Michel Scott, Joey Sessums, Lauren Smith, Amy Stanfill, Jennifer Tolbert, Ansley Tollison, Jenna Torjusen, Stephanie Twiford, Haley Ursic, Amanda Wallace, Marion Warfield, betsy Waters, Adrienne Wessler, Mackenzie West, Grace White, Martha Wade Wilson, Taylor Wortham Pledges: Mary Margaret Adcock, Alexis Allen, Liz Alley, Stephanie Archer, Erin Atkinson, Becca Bailess, Jenna Baker, Lana Barrentine, Danielle Barrows, Kate Blakenship, Heather Burchfield, Jenny Lind Bussey, Amy Calvert, Courtney Chunn, Allyson Clifford, Leslie Coakley, Sara Curie, Alicia Dean, Molly deMedicis, Julie Douglass, Jennifer Dunagin, Kristen Fountain, Meredith Frazer, Megan Garner, Bea Gaskin, Anna gatlin, Leigh Gernert, Mary Cile Glover-Rogers, Sammi Gould, Bonnie Grace, Ashley Grayson, Jenny Guyton, Mary Carolyn Haik, Rachel Hancock, Lauren Harrison, Katie Hawkins, Anne Marie Hebert, KK Hebert, Gail Henson, Ashlee Hightower, Carrie Hinson, Lauren Houk, Kala Hudson, Cass Humphries, Jenni Johnson, Cerleen Keng, Mandy Lauman, Kara Long, Jamie M ahaltic, Caroline Malloy, Sarah Martin, Kirstin Masters, Mallory May, May Vaughn McGee, Courtney McGinnis, Havilah Moore, Melanie Moore, Ashleigh O ' Quinn, Maggie Osso, Stephanie Peacock, Neesa Peterson, Meghan Powell, Laura Risher, Jade Robertson, Rebekah Robinson, Ann Clark Roland, Margaret Ryan, Shaunna Savner, Holley Slabaugh, Caroline Sledge, Elizabeth Snyder, Courney Spahn, Anna Beth Stephens, Mary-Baldwin Temples, Hope Thompson, Kourtni Trehern, Bevin Tyler, Summer VanderBoegh, Mary Esther Waldron, Amanda Webb, Sellers Westover-Schwartz, Lori Whaley, Heather Wiggins, Laura Willis, Callie Wilson, Jessica Wilson, Rebecca Xerri, Margaret Zimmerman Q8 | gre eks Some juniors pose for a picture inside the Kappa house. Mandy Roberston, C.C. Robertson, Lauren Griff, Susan Lockhart, Haley Hinton, Leigh Anne Martin, Lauren Johnson, Elizabeth Lessure, Kate Lowry and Lesleigh Orlansky are all dressed up for their Owl-o-Ween Party. Sorority Facts Nickname: Kappa Chapter: Delta Rho Symbol: Key National Founding: 1870 Ole Miss Founding: 1947 Colors: Light Blue and Dark Blue Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Kappa Kookoff Philanthropy: Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi IOgre eks Happy Birthday! Kappas sure do know how to celebrate! Actives: Catherine Bethea, Ann Morgan Brendle, Alaina Burford, Caroline Burgess, Ellen Clark, Nealie Clement, Lori Craig, Tina Frangiamore, Jenny Galliher, Lauren Griff, Nicci Harrell, Jennifer Harrison, Haley Hinton, Shannan Huff, Kristy Jacoby, Rory Jelks, Erin Jordan, Laura Kelly, Jennifer Krinke, Elizabeth Leasure, Susan Lockhart, McCall Manning, Jordan Mills, Meghan Nadeau, Lauren Oberman, Lesley Orlansky, Lynn Ellen Osborn, C.C. Roberston, Tiffany Ross, Elizabeth Thomas, Karla Zschau, Sawyer Riley, Mary Dudley Sutlb, Ashley Alford, Cassie Ball, Megan Barnett, Christie Barrett, Rachel Beard, Genia Blackwell, Epris Blankenship, Whitney Brent, Regan Campbell, Sarah Carter, Ashley Charles, Lauren Coffield, Ashley Crowley, Catherine Durst, Eleanor Forehand, Annie Gaia, Elena Garcia, Emma Greathouse, Charlotte Geno, Lindsey Harrod, Jillian Henning, Grace Anne Hoffman, Caroline Lane, Ali Lunati, Jennifer Mackey, Lindsey Madison, Lauren Mansour, Katie Maxson, Bailey McDonald, Amanda Meng, Anna Nelson, Maria Nix, Quinn Norwood, Mary Helen Peacock, Nancy Pendergrast, Caroline Rea, Nicole Resseguet, Liz Rosson, Lindsey Settles, Murray Sexton, Conly Short, Katie Smith, Forsyth Tynes, Mary Kathryn Ulmer, Katherine Uncapher, Shannon York, Megan McKenzie, Trish Abraham, Wilson Austin, Carrie Barr, Emily Bass, Emily Bean, Mary Kathryn Beasley, Kyla Benson, Katherine Bradshaw, Alexandra Bunting, Ashley Butler, Mary Carolyn Chadbourne, Whitney Cross, Meredith Culp, Laurie Dale, Catherine Dunham, Sara Dunigan, Morgan Dunn, Ellie Dupuy, Rebekah Eckols, Katie Emge, Lauren Faison, Lucy Fender, Lizzie Fischer, Jenny Gillentine, Joy Glass, Holeigh Herrin, Barbara Herrington, Ashley Hooks, Ashley Hooper, Julie Hopkins, Katie Hopwood, Morgan Leigh Hoyt, Ashley Jennings, Lauren Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Alexis Jones, Mikki Kenny, Kathryn Kinsey, Melissa Lovell, Kate Lowry, Leigh Anne Martin, Elizabeth Masterson, Claire McElheney, Elizabeth Muir, Catherine Murphy, Michael Anne Pettiette, Sue Phillips, Mignonne Reynaue, Alexis Rhodes, Mandy Roberston, Lydia Roubion, Hollan Rudolph, Lesley Sanchez, Caroline Santos, Laura Gail Smith, Julia Stoll, McKamy Tiner, Mary Claire Town, Autumn Waska, Kelsey Whalen, Sophia Zabenah Pledges: Jennifer Beebe, Lindsay Beeman, Aimee Bernard, Paige Blacker, Summer Borgognoni, Clary Bosbyshell, Margaret Bracey, Kristi Bucksbarg, Andrea Cantrell, Amelia Case, Lindsay Catalano, Amy Chernus, Kaki Childress, Rachel Collins, Rachel Costello, Camille Covington, Anne Davis, Lesley Demperio, Aramy Denley, Katherine Dolan, Courtney Dorris, Laura Dozier, Kate Driesbach, Katherine Durrett, Mallory Ford, Kate Fox, Lacey Franklin, Lyndsey Frizzell, Lauren Gibson, Ali Grimaldi, Ally Gwyn, Holly Hall, Mallory Hamsher, Meacham Harlow, Katy Harrison, Jessica Henson, Ashley Hill, Sarah Hill, Sydney Hodges, Kathryn Holland, Keleigh Holle, Kate Hood, Michelle Ishvin, Sara Kathryn Jamieson, Melissa Janowski, Katie Johnson, Megh King, Brittany Lakey, Janna Lang, Lindsey Lawrence, Meredith Lee, Ashlyn Mears, Katherine Milner, Lisa Milone, Lauren Moore, Kate Moran, Jessica Norman, Ashlee Omar, Whitney Owens, Lauren Pace, Harrison Perry, Lizzie Phillip, Mary Ruth Pilgrim, Emily Pizzo, Ashley Powell, Andrea Rowling, Jessica Rouse, Katy Scammerhorn, Emily Schmidt, Lauren Smither, Kalyn Soenksen, Elizabeth Stinson, Laura Strickler, Alice Swann, Candice Torrey, Kaitlyn Veith, Hilah Verlander, Anna Claire Von Kanel, Brigid Wahl, Megan Walters, Frances Weil, Meredith Wentz, Courtney Williams, Julie Williams, Katherine Wood, Mary York Left: Shannon York, Emma Greathouse, Ashley Alford. Megan Barnetc, Lindsey Settles and Bailey McDonald kappa kappa gam mapH SWiegaPhi Right: Lorelei Lucas and Tin Balthazar Crissy Shelnutt, Ginny Land, Andrea Scott and Misty Pender E n OX l fl AY Front: Laura Boyd, Caitlin Carey Back: Erica Paschall, Myrinda Grantham, Amanda Bullard, Candis Higginbotham, Jennifer Meyer, Emily Farmer Actives: Tin Balthazar, Sarah Barber, Kaleshia Brown, Laura Boyd, VP Service; Amanda Bullard, VP Membership; Caitlin Carey, Kacey Cole, Beth Emerson, Sarah Evans, Emily Farmer, Hayley Fellows, Chauntay Freeman, Myrinda Grantham, Historian; Stacy Gwin, Lindsay Haskins, Treasurer; Candis Higginbotham, Secretary; Autumn Huk, Carolyn Komosiniski, Lorelei Lucas, Jessica Mason, Jennifer Meyer, VP Membership; Erica Paschall, Misty Pender, Lauren Scott, Crissy Shelnutt, Mary Sneary, Sarah Strzalka, President; Jenelle Townsend, Emily Wesley; Pledges: Candice Adams, TaSheitha Butler, Karen Fillinger, April Hemphill, Ginny Land, Cassie Lang, Angela McCarty, Kim Minton, Susan Morris, Tara Mulvihill, Ashley Nations, Joshlyn Pickens, Kristin Reynolds, Andrea Scott, LaToya Spence, Willette Thomas, Amanda Veteto, Jennifer Webre Sorority Facts Nickname: O Phi A Chapter: Alpha Beta Mascot: Raggedy Ann National Founding: 1967 Ole Miss Founding: 2003 Colors: Dark Blue, Baby Blue and Gold National President ' s Project: Alcohol Abuse Prevention National Permanent Project: Mental Health Misty Pender, Lauren Scott and Erica Paschall 1 2 gre eks Front: Lorelei Lucas, Caitlin Carey, Erica Paschall Back: Jessica Mason. Lindsay Haskins, Lauren Scott, Sarah Barber Sorority Facts Nickname: SGRho Chapter: Xi Zeta Mascot: French Poodle National Founding: 1922 Ole Miss Founding: 1994 Colors: Royal Blue and Antique Gold National Service Projects: Operation " Big BookBag, " Project Reassurance, Sigma Youth Symposium Local Service Projects: Mentoring at local middle school, Sigma Pantry Favorite Tradition: Blue Gold Week Omega Phi Alpha 5ig;ma Gamma Rho l i ftriMa: Erin Krafft, Stephanie Shelton, Kelley Ford, Katie Kitchens, Jenny Bramlage and Beth Sigler Megan Dickerson, Megan Hoggard and Anna Sullivan on Spring Break 51 4 gre eks Actives: Kristen Ashby, Allison Ashford, Madelyn Ayers, Jessica Bagwell, Lou Ann Balducci, Emily Banks, Kate Taylor Battle, Kathryn Berrong, Christen Bevan, Lisha Beyer, Margaret Billingsley, Andrea Black, Mindy Blackwell, Natalie Bradley, Jenny Bramlage, Erin Bubenhofer, Emily Burns, Natale Burns, Heather Burton, Layne Carden, Amy Cardosi, Lisa Carey, Sally Cartwright, Melissa Cook, Gretchen Copeland, Alii Cowan, Catherine Cromeans, Felicia Daniel, Mary Patton Dantin, Caitlin Davis, Caroline Davis, Elizabeth Davis, Katie Davis, Mamie Dean, Amy DeHaven, Lindsey DeLong, Laura Dickerson, Megan Dickerson, Jessica Dowd, Whitney Drury, Katie DuBois, Ashley Edwards, Lindsay Escue, Emily Evans, Greta Fabianke, Hayley Fellows, Codee Fineburg, Kassie Floyd, Kelley Ford, Kristin Frost, Julia Gagliano, Meg Goodwin, Smith Greer, Jennifer Griggs, Katy Anna Grisham, Margaret Hammond, Leslie Harper, Melanie Hatcher, Ashley Hatfield, Amy Hazelwood, Crystalin Heath, Emily Henson, Magen Herr, Adrienne Hitt, Megan Hoggard, Cameron Holt, Laura Hunter, Jennifer Jeansonne, Jennifer Jordan, Kacy Junkin, Karen King, Brittany Kirkpatrick, Katie Kitchens, Carolyn Komosinski, Kim Kosman, Alexis Krafft, Erin Krafft, Amanda Lane, Lauren Lee, Julie Lombardo, Kathryn Loporto, Amber Lowery, Laura Ann Mackey, Katrina Mayo, Sarah McCurry, Laurie McKenzie, Terri Laine McNutt, Tana Melville, Allison Moll, Stephanie Moore, Tyler Moore, Meredith Muzzi, Ashley Nobile, Brittany Oliver, Kathleen Pegram, Misty Pender, Merry Cline Pickenpaugh, Nixon Powell, Sarah Quilter, Sadie Ramsey, Ashley Rao, Lauren Richardson, Stephanie Rice, Laura Rigby, Lauren Roberts, Carol Ann Roebuck, Rebekah Ross, Shannon Ross, Gina Rounsaville, Mallory Rudolph, Jemmie Ruley, Jane Kathryn Saunders, Jane Segura, Stephanie Shelton, Miranda Shields, Nicole Shipp, Ashley Shoemaker, Joanna Shoemaker, Maureen Short, Beth Sigler, Brooke Simons, Dottie Smith, Hannah Sooter, Christine Stafeil, Linsey Stone, Haley Strode, Noelle Suggs, Anna Sullivan, Nicole Tabrizi, Maegan Taylor, Samantha Thomas, Sara Tompkins, Libby Tongate, Heather Turner, Me rrill Tutor, Ashley Vernon, Kristie Wall, Kimberly Watts, Emily Wesley, Grace White, Kathryn White, Randi White, Sally Wicker, Allison Williams, Erica Wyatt, Missy Yarbrough Pledges: Suzanne Adkins, Katie Allnutt, Kristen Ater, Kate Baly, Natalie Broadus, Sarah Brown, Jordan Brush, Anne Cofer, Cassie Cole, Lauren Coleman, Megan Crosswhite, Ashley Crowley, Laura Cummings, Caroline Dawson, Kim DeBrock, Lauren Denison, SuSu Dennis, Sarah Edwards, Laura Evans, Whitney Ferrell, Laura Fortenberry, Lauren Friar, Kari Garriga, Sophie Gasquet, Sunny Gooch, Sylvia Hall, Madeline Hankins, Kristen Harmon, Anne Harper, Lauren Hellems, Carolyn Hill, Margot Holland, Rachel Howard, Sara Beth Hudson, Brittain Hungerpiller, Jessica Hunter, Amy Jacobs, Ann Boswell Johnson, Jessica Jordan, Blythe Keenum, Erin Kelly, Jackie Korte, Kate Kyle, Leigh Anne Lauderdale, Amanda LeBlanc, Maegan Liles, Erin Lipe, Emily Lowe, Leigh Ann Mathes, Elise Mayfield, Mims McGowan, Leah Mcintosh, Joanna McKenzie, Jenny McMaster, Allison McPherson, Hannah Mercer, Lindsey Mitchell, Haley Moore, Laura Moore, Laci Morris, Erin Murphy, Jessica Muzzi, Amy Nobile, Katherine Osborne, Meghan Parham, Lauren Pearson, Morgan Pollock, Kristen Privett, Ashley Reed, Kathleen Roche, Deana Rogers, Shannon Rudd, Lindsey Russell, Jenny Sappington, Meaghan Schenk, Britany Shull, Amanda Smith, Lauren Smith, Leigh Smith-Vaniez, Amber Smithers, Kassi Spencer, Meagan Stokes, Angie Swenson, Sage Theriot, Ashton Thomas, Kristen Turner, Laura Warriner, Mandy Watkins, Lanier Wright, Rachael Wright, Lauren Young Sorority Facts Nickname: Phi Mu Chapter: Alpha Delta Mascot: Lion National Founding: 1852 Ole Miss Founding: 1926 Colors: Rose and White Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Parents ' Weekend, Pledge Olympics Philanthropy: Children ' s Miracle Network House Mother: Joan Clark Caitlin Davis and Smith Greer at Big Sis Lil ' Sis Left:Amy Cordosi, Lindsey Stone and Gretchen Copeland display the Diversity Award for Order of Omega. Bottom Left: Kathryn Berrong, Smith Greer and Maegan Taylor enjoy dinner in Memphis before Spring Formal. Below: standing: Amanda Lane, Secretary; Jennifer Jordan, VP Recruitment:Ashley Nobile.VP Recruitment; Laurie McKenzie, Public Relations; Mamie Dean, Phi Director; Emily Evans. Panhellenic; sitting: Amy Cardosi, Vice President; Lindsey Stone, President; Gretchen Copeland, Recruitment Chair; not pictured: Laura Dickerson, Social Chair; Sarah McMurray, Treasurer; Sally Cartwright, Panhellenic; Lisa Carey, VP Recruitment phi muh)i5 .♦ Actives: Courtney Aldridge, Amber Ash, Maria Augustine, Katie Bailey, Ashley Barkley, Carabeth Beck, Elyse Bingham, Jennifer Blackwood, Lauren Brady, Blythe Bravo, Ashley Brod, Katie Brown, Adrienne Bruno, Sarah Burson, Crista Carroll, Rachel Caten, Anne Coleman, Catherine Conlon, Kristen Connealy, Nicole Cook, Autumn Coughlin, Andrea Cox, Laura Cubley, Addie Curran, Brittani Davidson, Leslie Davidson, Ryan Davies, Carly Dickson, Caroline Dreher, Kimberly Fann, Laura Lee Fleming, Amy-Leigh Fontaine, Joanna Ford, Sarah Fuqua, Christina Galvan, Leslee Garfield, Mia Giannini, Marci Girdley, Kristin Gravatt, Kirby Gribble, Kelly Griesser, Sarah Griffin, Sara Guthrie, Blair Hamby, Laura Hawks, Sara Hill, Sara Alice Hill, Molly Ince, Lynne Jarvis, Lauren Kemp, Chaeleena Ladd, Nicole Lane, Amanda Ledbetter, Rachel Leech, Caroline Lites, Ashley Lundgren, Michelle Maranto, Rebecca Martin, Cindi Maybrey, Kinney McCarthy, Alaina McClain, Molly McDonald, Shannon McLain, Julia McManus, Carlea Morisak, Haylee Morrison, Joanna Mott, Ashley Nations, Whitney Patterson, Rachel Petterson, Julianna Pierce, Dana Pinson, Katherine Rice, Kate Richard, Paige Richard, Celia Ridley, Erin Riess, Jackie Rings, Jen Riordan, Meagan Roberts, Kate Rodman, Mary Elizabeth Roe, JoBeth Scherer, Katie Shoenfelt, Shannan Siemens, Kathryn Simmons, Chandler Smith, Meredith Smith, Rachelle Smith, Shannon Smith, Katie Taylor, Laurie Traughber, Tiffany Travelstead, Katy Walker, Emily Waller, Megan Wantland, Lyndsey Ward, Jenny Weaver, Lezlie Wilkerson, Randi Wilkins, Lindsey Williams, Stephanie Yohn Pledges: Aly Bing, Lori Bramlett, Maria Branson, Caitlin Bujnoch, Heather Cannon, Chrissa Cantrell, Hannah Chotin, Claire Conerly, Courtney Daniel, Drew Dannreuther, Ashley Davis, Kristin Dillard, Cat Dilworth, Elise Doster, Krista Edlin, Susan Ellmer, Whitney Erxleben, Ellie Farinas, Megan Frazier, Monica Gailes, Leslie Gardner, Tiffany Golden, Allison Green, Allyson Gunn, Kelly Harding, Carmen Hayden, Sarah Henley, Leigh Hewlett, Juliann Hinrichs, Brittani Hodges, Allison Hogan, Olivia Holland, Lindsey Horner, Taylor Hotz, Liz Howell, Alyssa Hylander, Allison Johnson, Jenna Jordan, Abbey Jones, Lauren Kimsey, Allie Landry, Holly Lane, Sarah Lazaro, Allison Liles, Emily Linn, Susan Love, Courtney Madden, Missy Mannion, Ashley Marshall, Cat Martello, Jordan McCaffrey, Meredith McKinney, Mallory Meeks, Lauron Mills, Julie Moran, Allison Mott, Jamie Mullinax, Rachel Nehring, Haley Nethery, Julia Nicosia, Charlotte Ogburn, Ginny Patton, Micah Pioreck, Gini Poole, Jaimee Redd, Elaine Reneau, Keelin Rowley, Kristen Sellers, Megan Sellers, Kathleen Shade, Kacy Sheble, Kendall Shiffler, Brittany Spencer, Katie Spollen, Amy Stanfill, Hillary Steele, Courtney Stewart, Joanna Stone, Ann Marie Sukmann, Amy Sullenberger, Tabitha Thomas, Kara Tison, Courtney Titus, Amanda Turner, Michele Wallace, Heather Weltner, Whitney White, Anna Williams, Erins Williams, Katherine Wiltz, Ali Wren, Leigh Anne Wright, Kendall Youngblood Marci Girdley and Mia Giannini at Sigma Nu Charity Bowl Officers: Kinney McCarthey, President; Jackie Rings. VP Moral, Abbey Momssey.VP Mental; Mary Elizabeth Roe.VP Social; Crista Carroll, Secretary; Cindi Mabrey, Treasurer; Katie Bailey, Panhellenic Delegate; Jen Riordan, Rush Chairman; Leslie Davidson, Membership Chairman; Kelly Griesser, Social Chairman; Michelle Maranto, House Manager; Laura Lee Fleming, Interest Group Chairman; Rachel Caten, Philanthropy Chairman Laura Lee Fleming and Lynn Jarvis at the Redneck Swap with KA Pi Phi ' s hanging out in the Grove before a football game 6 gre eks Sorority Facts Nickname: Pi Phi Chapter: MS Beta Mascot: Angel National Founding: 1867 Ole Miss Founding: 1963 Colors: Wine Silver Blue Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Noodles for Knowledge Philanthropy: Link to Literacy House Mother: Barbara Cox pi beta phiUp Officers: Mekedra Ivy, President; Tieryaa Metcalf, Vice President; Ebony Hattix, 2nd Vice President; Candies Winfun, Secretary; Sonya Chapman, Treasurer; Erika Webster, Treasurer-Secretary; Denaya Butler, Historian; LaToya Gilliam, Parliamentarian; Bridget Knight, Membership Intake Chairperson, Community Service Chairperson; Vidalia Sanders, Social Chairperson; Tieryaa Metcalf, Step Captain; Makedra Ivy, Step Co-Captain Actives: Denaya Butler, Sonya Chapman, LaToya Gilliam, Ebony Hattix, Makedra Ivy, Bridget Knight, Tieryaa Metcalf, Krista Miller, Candace Robinson, Vidalia Sanders, Allison Shaw, Themesha Triplett, Erika Webster, Candies Winfun Zeta ' s at the 2003 Regionals Reception Several of Erika Webster ' s sorority sisters came to support her during her white coating ceremony for pharmacy school. lg I e,re elts Sorority Facts Nickname: Zeta Chapter: Tau Eta Mascot: Kitten National Founding: 1920 Ole Miss Founding: 1976 Colors: Royal Blue Pure White Governing Council: NPHC Biggest Event: Spring Bash Philanthropy: Z-HOPE, Stork ' s Nest-March of Dimes, Celebrate Life- Breast Cancer Awareness Left: Zeta ' s hanging out in the sorority house zeta phi b eta U] o Actives: Todd Abbott, Cody Allen, Ryan Allen, Bryan Aumiller, Kyle Barnes, Mitch Barr, Tyler Bier, Kevin Block, Casey Boyette, Robert Bristow, Andrew Brod, Jason Byrne, Mark Chaney, Pete Clausen, Tim Conkin, David Crowe, Michael Curcio, Chris Dawson, J.K. Dillehay, Jordan Eagan, Matt Eaton, Andy Erickson, Brent Fogle, Webster Ford, David Formby, Chris Gautreaux, Patrick Guild, Justin Hall, Matt Harmon, Marty Hays, Tyler Henry, Jason Hollingsworth, Jordan Hooper, Trey Jones- Hopton, Tim Johnson, Jarod Kniepkamp, Kevin Lawler, Heath Lemonds, Travis Llewllyn, Brandon Lockhart, Chandler Lockhart, Josh Marlar, Cole McCarty, William McDaniel, Nathan Mcintosh, Daniel Meadows, Graham Miller, Sam Miller, Ben Mintz, Jamie Osteen, Louis Parchman, Wheeler Penick, Brendon Plumpton, Gus Powell, John Reid, Scott Schuchard, Bobby Shores, Cameron Simon, Bart Smith, Smitty Smith, Stephen Smith, James Storey, Jonathan Strange, John Sullivan, Jared Tucker, Glenn Valentine, Kevin Vogle, Charlie White, Josh Wilkins Pledges: Paul Arnow, Lyle Barker, Reed Barrett, Thomas Barry, Ben Benvenutti, Michael Borgmann, Jake Burleson, Adam Choate, Brett Clothier, Bean Cohen, Sean Colwell, Brian Costas, Matt Cutrer, Matt DelVerme, Andrew Disner, Trey Edwards, Nathaniel Elder, Ferg Ferguson, Daniel Garrett, Nate Gray, Justin Hawkins, George Henry, Ryan Hibbard, Samuel Holdiness, Jason Johnson, Ryan Keen, Leland Kessler, Michael Knottek, Jason Lamb, Drew Mason, Kyle McElhaney, Will Mintz, Travis Montgomery, Brendan Morley, Patrick Newton, Curt Parker, Babb Rawlings, Aaron Ready, Trace Reddick, Jonathon Rickert, Chris Rutland, Brandon Saint, Scott Saporito, Joe Sawyer, John Sensing, Andrew Shivers, Stephen Sigmund, Shmitty Smith, Nathan Sowell, Howard Stone, Jeb Tabb, Busch Thoma, Carter Tinsley, Will Townsend, Trey Usry, Taylor Vandever, Sean Weidlein, Jordan Williams Michael Curcio, Graham Miller, Brent Fogle, Travis Llewllyn, Wes Hall and Mark Chaney Fraternity Facts Nickname: ATO Chapter: Delta Psi Symbol: Maltese Cross National Founding: 1865 Ole Miss Founding: 1927 Colors: Old Gold Sky Blue Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Gatorbash Philanthropy: Homeless Awareness Project Some ATO ' s taking it easy during their summer rush party at Lake Pickwick 20 gre elcs LphallauOmega : ha tau ( ' ega | 2 1 D hetalHI }22]_gjeelts Semmes Walmsey, Brandon Reed and Lucas Marshall hanging out in Semmes room at the Beta house Top: Pat Barham and Andrew Whelan during Parents ' Day at the Beta House Middle: Justin Janaskie, Brandon Reed and some friends at Mardi Gras in New Orleans Bottom: Justin Janaskie, Cliff Hendeley, Michael Dudding and Michael Sirimaturos partying at Campus Walk Apartments Fraternity Facts Nickname: Beta Chapter: Beta Beta Mascot: Dragon National Founding: 1839 Ole Miss Founding: 1879 Colors: Red Blue Governing Council: IFC Philanthropy: Children ' s Burn Awareness House Director: Patrick Biddix Top: Tim Green, Cliff Hendeley, Jarrod Smith, Matt Nozinich. Pat Barham and Jeremy Stewart; Bottom: Danny Summitt, Tyler Moore. Josh Kin, Brandon Reed and Andrew Whelan beta thet a P ' l Z - 1 ' V ss» i ■ I L_ Adam Pace and Kaumudi Attapatu Actives: Hays Burchfield, Justin Lance, Ernest Beasley, William Milne, John Harrington, Chris Mossing, Matt Wood, Eric Atchison, Adam Pace, Adam Clay, Joey Hamilton, Josh Jeanson, Townes Maxwell, Jeffrey Reeves, Caleb Smith, Stephen Stenmark, Chris Bishop Pledges: Jared Blevins, Tyler Natan, Taylor Smith, Andy Stevens, Daniel Stine, Alex Taylor, Chad Thiessen Maggie McEwan, Caleb Smith, Adam Pace and Jessica Kowolski It ' s time to party at the Delta Psi house Townes Maxwell, Justin Lance and Adam Clay enjoy a night out with some friends. 2. gre eks Fraternity Facts Nickname: Delta Psi Chapter: Phi Symbol: Tau Cross National Founding: 1847 Ole Miss Founding: 1855 Colors: Azure Blue Gold Governing Council: IFC Biggest Event: Saints Angels Ball Philanthropy: Oxford- Lafayette Literacy Coucil Habitat for Humanity Voter Kg James Hill.Antwan Moore, Twaun Samuel and Adrian Mayse work a voter registration table in conjunction with the NAACP Marcus Parks and Leonard Brantley Marcus Parks, Adrian Mayse, Twaun Samuel and Leonard Grantley Actives: Twaun Samuel, Arthur McLaurin, Adrian Mayse, Marcus Parks, Leonard Brantley Officers: Twaun Samuel, President; Adrian Mayse, Vice President; Leonard Brantley, Parliamentarian Secretary; Steven Richardson, Financial Secretary; Arthur McLaurin, Advisor Fraternity Facts Nickname: Alpha Chapter: Nu Upsilon Mascot: Ape Flower: Yellow Rose National Founding: 1906 Ole Miss Founding: 1978 Colors: Black Old Gold Governing Council: NPHC Philanthropy: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Project e delta psi • alpha phi al pha p2 Actives: David Abide, Billy Armstrong, John Charles Bailey, Brad Batte, Ben Bevans, Brendan Bledsoe, Brooks Boylan, Walter Brand, Duvall Wallace, Kent Burris, Isaac Byrd, Charles Wesley Caldwell, Justin Carroll, David Chance, Hunter Charbonnet, Wes Clay, Rob Conner, Jason Cook, Will Covington, Ed Currie, Clay Deweese, Gene Douglass, Jonathan DuBose, Patrick Dyer, Joey Edwards, Blake Elder, Blake Etheridge, Michael Ferris, Zach Finch, Dunbar Flinn, Chad Flowers, Cruse Flowers, Michael Fondren, John Fuller, Ben Glenn, Whitney Gomila, O ' Keefe Graham, Michael Griggs, Mark Grow, Tyler Harris, John Hennessy, John Eric Hester, Chris Holder, Trey Home, John Cole Jennings, Kellen Jex, Zach Jex, Dave Johnson, Christopher Johnston, Griffin Jones, Ryan Jones, Alex Kimbrell, Adam King, Will Kinney, Chase Kinslow, Josh Kirkland, Will Klinke, Skip Langley, Lee Langston, Jack Larmour, August Lashley, Ryan Lavallee, Andrew Levy, Mark Levy, Holmes Lilley, Ruffin Lowry, Jay Lynch, Jonathan Maki, Howard Martindale, Ben Mathews, Daniel McFatter, Stuart Meadors, Matt Miller, James Mitchell, Edward Morgan, Jimbo Moss, Michael Murff, Christopher Newman, Mike Parker, Michael Parks, Beau Patrick, Ben Patton, Justin Phillips, Brent Pierotich, Sean Pigg, Paul Pless, Robert Reiter, Walt Robison, Stuart Saunders, Nathan Scammerhorn, Will Schmitt, Kyle Sinclair, Justin Spencer, Kyle Stegall, Paul Stephenson, Jeff Stokey, Matt Stringer, Sherrod Taylor, Hunter Todd, Braxton Tullos, Raymond Tullos, JJ Waller, Sam Waters, Wilson Weaver, Stephen Whatley, Andrew Whittington, Ford Williams, Tyler Williams, Andrew Wilson, Damon Wofford, Jay Wood, Jonathan Zoghby Pledges: Heyward Adams, Clay Adams, Patrick Anderson, Matt Apple, Jonathan Bass, Kevin Batte, Benji Borrelli, Chad Caddell, Rob Cannon, John Carroll, Clay Chapman, Brent Church, Jamie Coleman, Matt Combs, Thomas Debray, Richard Dixon, Mike Dlugos, Cass Dodgen, David Donato, Allen Edwards, Taylor Fendley, William Fincher, Tyler Goree, Trey Guerieri, Brian Hey, Luke Koon, Justin Kramer, Chase Larmour, Kenny Lyons, Michael Marino, Rob Marsh, Taylor Martin, Bryan Mathias, Bradley McDaniel, Doran McGuier, David Minto, Lee Mize, Ryan Moran, James Newman, Frank Parker, Blake Parsons, Buddy Patrick, John Payne, Ross Quinn, Bryan Rayburn, Austin Rhodes, David Rice, John Roberts, John Lyle Shaw, Taylor Sledge, F.D. Sorrel, Jacob Stolzle, Bennett Stoneburner, Lofton Tew, Jason Vassar, Jason Victor, David Washburn, Jay Wiegartner, Patrick Williams, Thomas Woods 4 i t oL £j r m til 1 Ull ft Members of KA accepted the award for being the number one KA chapter in the nation at the 2003 National Convention. These girls are dressed up as Southern Belles for the 2003 Rose Ball in Natchez. Miss. " ' B Bft ET tM j A r 1 F 1 k ■ 1 i i ftV 1 Ei I J H i PM | Wesley Clay, Jimbo Moss, Isaac Byrd, Michael Marino.Thomas Woods, Paul Pless, Ruffin Lowry and William Fincher ) 16 gre eks Fraternity Facts Nickname: KA Chapter: Alpha Upsilon Symbol: Crimson Greek Cross National Founding: 1865 Ole Miss Founding: 1900 Colors: Crimson Old Gold Governing Council: IFC Biggest Event:Old South Ball Philanthropy: Fight Night Benefitting Muscular Dystrophy Association Kappa Alpha Far left: KA members party in Natchez during Old South weekend. Left: Tyler Williams and John Hennesy are ready for Halloween. Below leftjimbo Moss and Lofton Tew on Bid Night 2003 Below: Beau Patrick, Blake " Pookie " Elder, Tyler Williams and JJ Walker hang out in The Grove before the Alabama game. kappa al pha p2 " ' Actives: Matt Bailey, Brandon Bennett, Chase Black, Matt Bonlfay, Stephen Brown, Bryan Buckley, Alan Butler, Alex Conerly, Conley Covert, Henry Duquesnay, Michael Gunter, Blake Hardy, Greg Haydon, R. L. Hesson, Matt Hood, Blair James, Calder Justice, Stewart Killgallon, Bryan King, Graham Legate, Emile Lobrano, Matt Love, Rush Mayo, Cary McCormick, Robert McCormick, Morgan Miller, Brent Morris, Matt Morris, Daniel Murray, Matt Murray, Joel Oustelet, Will Powell, Joe Presley, Zach Richards, Keith Russell, James Sehrt, Hill Shands, Andrew Taylor, Dustin Thompson, William Turner, James Valentine, Patton Vanveckhoven, Austin Wright, Christian Anderson, Mark Barnett, Alan Bean, Sam Brewster, Trent Burns, Taylor Byrd, Drew Doughty, Jonathan Duhon, Matt Ginn, Andy Harris, Hap Henley, Jonathan Jones, Bryan Kane, Matt Kwasek, Matt Lammel, Christopher Martin, Michael McCarthy, Jonathan Peters, Jarrett Pierce, Chad Pilcher, Ryan Pique, Henry Porter, Rob Shands, David Shields, Matt Storey, Matt Sraatman, Coleman Thompson, John Winford, Adam Boardman, Taylor Collins, Taylor Froeba, Derek Gillaspy, Brad Grayson, Garner Johnson, Tommy Landrum, Charlie Lucius, Robert Malkowski, Matt Mcguire, Cameron Myers, Andrew Rauch, Kyle Sannino, Michael Thompson, Zach Usilton, Rush Wilbanks Pledges: Lee Arthur, Grant Bannen, Chase Bechtel, Coop Bechtel, Kellen Blomquist, Hunter Boykin, Kevin Burke, Colin Byrd, Byron Carr, Todd Chapman, David Covington, Blake Deaton, Jim Dickerson, Stephen Douglas, Corey Easterling, Jake Edwards, Marcus Esposito, David Fahey, Peyton Farr, Tad Ferrier, Wes Freeman, Sam Garner, Miles Ginn, Hunter Gray, Jake Griffin, Griffith Griffith, Tim Guiza, Crawford Gupton, Scott Harris, Frank Herron, Rick Hilsabeck, Bill Hodgson, Billy Hopkins, Will Janoush, John Joiner, Matthew Jurgens, Lee Kemp, Todd Kessinger, Sean Kinney, Kirk Kuykendall, Robert Lane, Brandon Lennep, Clay Lezon, Neal Marlow, Trace McGuire, Justin Miller, Reece Miller, Scott Morris, Zak Nalder, Ian Navarro, William Nobrego, Taylor Peck, Conner Perkins, Mason Petty, Chad Riley, Richard Rodriguez, Rob Sanford, Ben Schaedle, Trevor Stoltz, Stephen Strong, Chase Taylor, Bryan Titus, Booth Veazey, Stephen Walsh, Matt Walsh, Matt Wilkinson, John Williams, Ryan Winn, Maddox Womble Matt Ginn, Jonathan Duhon and Derek Gillaspy Officers: Coleman Thompson, Grand Procurator; John Winford. Grand Master; Jonathon Duhon, Grand Treasurer; Rob Shands, Grand Scribe ' Z3 fcrrc t-Ls Morgan Card and John Winford Jonathan Duhon, Matt Ginn.John Winford and Travis Lemonte Fraternity Facts Nickname: Kappa Sig Chapter: Delta Xi Symbol: Star and Crescent National Founding: 1869 Ole Miss Founding: 1926 Colors: Scarlet, White Emerald Green Governing Council: IFC Philanthropy: South Seas Luau to Benefit Greek Links House Mother: Sara Hardin Gough kappa sigman2° Trip Hammett, Robert Maxwell and Ransom Foose cheer on the Rebels in Vaught-Hemingway Staduim photos contributed Actives: Phillip Adkins, Kirk Antici, Johnson Berry, Taylor Beville, Conner Bills, Charles Blount, Sam Boyer, Thomas Box, Austin Branscum, Clay Carrol, Hardy Case, Charlie Clark, Robert Cook, Patrick Cooney, John Cooper, Drew Cowan, Wyne Cox, Craig Davis, Mathew Douglas, Witt Dukes, Sy Easterling, Thomas Eatherly, Edward Elliot, Curran Foose, Ransome Foose, David Frazier, Clay Givson, Harrison Giles, Chuck Goldberg, Rogy Granger, Reid Gresham, Miller Gunn, Frank Gusmus, Trip Hammet, Brent Hardin, Mark Hardin, James Hargrove, Lee Harris, Bob Hines, Josh Hoffman, Lyles Holyfield, Hunter Hollingsworth, Heath Houston, Robert Hunter, JJ Jernigan, Michael Johnson, Will Jones, Stephen Lee, Robert Leo, Jones Luster, Sparky Luster, Dab McMurray, Davis McPhillips, Hunter McRight, Robert Miller, Hunter Mills, Clifton Mosteller, David Nichols, Field Norris, Brandon Oimell, Robert Otts, John Calvin Patterson, Josh Pittman, Hunter Quinn, Burks Rogers, Logan Rutledge, Brent Sanders, Clint Schilling, Chris Scott, Dixon Seymour, Drew Shands, Chris Sherman, Clayton Smith, David Smitherman, Breu Soldevila, Andrew Stephenson, James Stikeleather, Burke Stockett, Phillip Stone, John Stringer, Collin Tackott, Jay Taylor, Clark Taylor, Preston Thomas, Taylor Trezevant, Dan Walker, Sam Waller, Harland Webster, Jacob Whelan, Josh Whelan, Oliver Williams, Peter Williams, Eustace Winn, James Wise, Witt Wittenburg, Marshall Wood, Josh Young Pledges: Robert Aiken, Charles Allen, Fenton Anderson, Chris Barnes, Chris Bell, Timmy Bertucci, Claude Bowers, Drew Brendle, Ramsey Brock, Reynolds Bromley, Trae Bryant, Clint Cartwright, Beau Chambliss, Jack Cunningham, James Dale, Matt Edwards, Clark Ezell, Greg Fox, Willis Frazer, Michael Gayle, Alex Graf, Walker Hengst, William Hennessy, Mike Higginbotham, Jeff Hogan, William Jeter, Hunter Jones, Sterling Kidd, Carter Landis, Wicke Lewis, Jimmy Love, Sam Lynch, Lyle McKinney, Hite McLean, Ryves Moore, Sean O ' Neal, Matt O ' Rear, Johnston Oppenheimer, Daniel Peake, Nerren Pratt, Web Raulston, Patrick Robertson, John Shanks, Daniel Smith, Andrew Stainback, Bryant Trotter, Will Tucker, Greg Waidner, Tyler Wohrman, Scott Wynne Johnson Berry and Thomas Eatherly with their dates in New Orleans for spring formal iQ ere eks Preston Thomas and Charlie Clark I I elta llheta Left: James Dale. William Hennessey, Carter Landis, Sean O ' Neal, Matt Edwards and Jack Cunningham as Santa at a Christmas party with Delta Gamma. Below left: Sparky Luster cheers on brother Jonathan Nichols after he scored a 5 I and 54 yard field goal against Vanderbilt. Below: Hunter Quinn, Taylor Trezevant, Field Norris, David Nichols, Drew Cowan, Mark Hardin and Chris Bell at the Vanderbilt game Fraternity Facts Nickname: Phi Delt Chapter: Mississippi Alpha Mascot: Owl National Founding: 1848 Ole Miss Founding: 1877 Colors: Azure Argent Governing Council: IFC Philanthropy: ALS-Lou Gehrig ' s Disease House Mother: Eloise Rollins I Brent Hardin, Trip Hammett. Hunter McRight, Ransome Foose and their dates at Phi Delt fall formal phi delta th era | v l Actives: Tony Arnold, Chris Bailey, Andrew Bartlett, Trey Beckham, Blake Bee, Drew Bilbo, Cameron Byant, Matt Carpenter, Grant Champion, Corey Clark, Gordon Clark, Drew Cleland, Jesse Cole, Scott Cote, William Culp, Vic Dantin, Greg Davis, Barry Delcambre, John Ducrest, Robert Foster, Adam Frese, Bruce Fritz, Grant Gatlin, Stuart Gregory, Tom Griesedieck, Chris Grillis, Bill Gundlach, John Gundlach, Will Horton, Zac Johnson, Travis Jones, Trent Jones, Ricky Kostal, Ryan Kostal, Dave Landis, Kelly Lewis, Michael Marine, Turner May, Robert Mayfield, Ryan Matt Nichols, Andy Ostrenga, Matt Overstreet, Matt Owens, John Parks, Corey Patrick, Doug Penner, Mike Peterson, Andy Phelan, Andrew Prewitt, Jamison Roane, Patrick Ross, J. A. Rummler, Greg Sartor, Brian Serakas, Hildon Sessums, Robert Shaw, J.C. Shepard, Chris Sloan, Michael Smith, Reid Soles, Daniel Trout, Grant Underwood, Travis Waters, N.R. Windle, Blake Young, Jarrad Zaiser Pledges: Drew Armending, Ryan Baker, Ryan Bloss, Robert Blythe, Tyler Cole, Jamie Daly, Dawson Dorie, Stuart Doyle, Austin Duke, Daniel Ellis, Grant Emmons, Jake Everett, Drew Feldman, John Griesedic, Matt Harris, William Heldenfels, Collin Helms, Jim Laflin, Tripp Sanders, Kyle Tecklenbur, Adam Thrash, Chip Trammell, Stephen Wallace, David Warner, Scott Williams Fraternity Facts Nickname: Phi Tau Chapter: Delta Gamma Symbol: Unicorn National Founding: 1906 Ole Miss Founding: 1969 Colors: Harvard Red Old Gold Governing Council: NPC Biggest Event: Jim Jones Philanthropy: Hole in the Wall Gang House Mother: Nancy Jennings W I gre eks D hiaappallau phi kappa tauiv, 5 ! YA lereelcs Brian Clark, Steven Luffburrough.A.J. Kirk and Jim Seivers at a party during the Texas Tech game Zack Rowalt, Steven Luffburrough, Ryan Garten, Brian Clark.Jim Seivers.A.J. Kirk at the Texas Tech game Fraternity Facts Nickname: Phi Psi Chapter: Mississippi Alpha National Founding: 1852 Ole Miss Founding: 1857 Colors: Cardinal Red Hunter Green Governing Council: IFC Biggest Event: Riverside Blues Jim Seivers. Ryan Garten, Ryan Smith and A.J. Kirk in The Grove phi Lappa osilvii ftf m Pike President Brian Newman with Pat Green after his show at the Pike house Actives: Slate Amos, Nick Apostle, Michael Arnemann, Shawn Bacon, Colby Baddour, Patrick Baskin, Quentin Bates, Will Batt, William Bingham, Jacob Booten, Jon Paul Brashear, Joseph Brett, Taylor Brinkley, Rex Brock, John Brower, Allyn Brown, Greg Bucher, Derek Burke, John Burns, Britton Butler, Ben Carlton, Chris Carlton, Curtis Caskey, Hudson Chadwick, Jeff Clements, Collin Costello, Darwin Crawford, Cliff Decker, John Decker, Evan Dickey, Jeff Dusch, Hardie Edgecomb, John Edwards, Carlos Fulton, Cole Furlow, Jon German, Chance Hall, Clint Hall, Chris Hamilton, Brad Hise, John Hise, Eddie Jackson, Ashton Jennings, Michael Jockish, Brandon Keane, Paul Lavender, Jim Maddox, Colby Mason, Chris Miklos, David Minton, John Morris, Brett Moses, Brian Newman, Jeff Nichols, J.K. O ' Brien, Justin Odom, Sam Patton, Jim Peterson, Nick Pierotti, Brett Pilkington, Lucas Portera, Taylor Presley, Colin Prince, Mike Roberts, Garrett Rogers, Mark Runnels, Edward Scanlon, William Scanlon, Ryan Shaw, Amos Smith, Andrew Stubbs, Drew Vann, Doug Vornbrock, Carlyle Watt, Tim Westergard Pledges: Ryan Aldridge, Andrew Altman, Will Arnold, Landon Ash, Robbie Averwater, Austin Barbrey, Steven Begley, Taylor Brower, Matt Brown, Russ Brown, Jeff Coletta, P.J. Coselli, Andrew Cosgray, Ben Cotton, Steven Cruzan, Warner Day, Billy Flannery, Max Frost, Carter George, Mark Gilliam, Michael Greer, Chase Haberstroh, Brent Hogue, Mark Holliman, Brock Ivison, Cole Jaggers, Chris Key, Michael Lambert, Wes Lawrence, Kyle Maloney, Allen McKinney, David McKnight, Stephen McMullen, Dustin Micklos, Jess Mitchell, Jim Moffitt, Geoffrey Myrick, Scott Newell, Chris Nicosia, Cameron Phillips, James Phillips, Matt Pierce, Aaron Portis, Michael Price, Corey Ravenstien, Phillip Robb, Jonathan Ross, Seth Rowland, Ben Salentine, Mark Simpson, Nate Simpson, Andy Sontag, Justin Spears, Lee Tatum, Cliff Taylor, Matt Thiel, Drew White, Jaime Wilson Michael Arnaman and Deejay Paul from 3-6 Mafia Fraternity Facts Nickname: Pike Chapter: Gamma Iota Mascot: Dalmation National Founding: 1856 Ole Miss Founding: 1866 Colors: Garnet Old Gold Governing Council: IFC Philanthropy: Pike Calendar for St. Jude Children ' s Research Hospital Slate Adams, Tom Young, Courtney Aldredge, Carlos Fulton and a cheerleader at the Pike tent in the Grove Y )t gre eks uJ • t - » V « « ' « pi Icappa al phaUy Actives: Craig Adams, Andrew Akins, Andrew Alias, Alexander Avery, B. J. Billips, Owen Caldwell, Coleman Card, Matthew Cooper, Alex Crumpler, Craik Davis, Cameron Dean, Lewis Dodson, Rob Dowdle, Hunter Doyle, Christian Elliott, Wilkes Evans, Baxter Fargason, J. T. Fitts, David Flautt, John Fuchs, Kelley Glover, Grey Hammett, Mark Harris, Willie Harte, Morgan Henry, Bates Hite, Travis Holland, Will Hood, Ham Huber, Jemison Jones, Robert Jones, Trey Kitchens, Zach Luke, Barrett Macgowan, Andrew Maddux, Ryan Maguire, Austin Marshall, Matt Massey, Michael Mazzanti, Alex McArthur, Dennis McClelland, Spike McClinton, Allen McDowell, Sumpter McGowin, Alex McMillon, Sam Miles, Dan Millen, Grant Mitchell, Stephen Morse, Chris Mouron, Taliaferro Oates, Bart Outzen, K. B. Parkes, Carroll Patton, Matt Pearson, Brian Phillips, Kipp Ramsey, Elhott Robertson, Chip Slade, Alex Temple, Toby Troberman, Andy Turnbow, Trey Underwood, Brian Banlandingham, Wesley Williams, Blake Williamson, Zach Zimmerman Pledges: Kyle Atkinson, Mike Atwood, Scott Belleperche, Jay Bolen, Wes Butler, David Coleman, Ben Deneka, Mark Embrey, Will Faulconer, Stoney Ford, Hunter Goodman, Chase Gruber, Brandon Hardy, Will Hopkins, Mitch Hunt, Ken Ibsen, Campbell Kessler, Dan Kirkland, Ken Kleinschmidt, Will Lake, Wesley Logan, Will Lueckenbach, John Lutz, Chase MacKarvich, Will McNulty, Lee Patton, Tony Rao, John Russell, Elliott Sadler, Julian Scruggs, Chip Seale, Rob Shell, Will Tindall, Jon Turner, J. T Turner, Oman Upton, Zeb Whatley, Nick Whitney, Wade Williams, John Wilson, Matt Wilson, Jordan Windham, Pierce Wortham, Carson Young Rob Dowdle. Wesley Williams and Sumpter McGowin Officers: Wesley Williams.Vice President; KB Parkes. President; Andrew Maddux, Treasurer; John Fuchs, Secretary Fraternity Facts Nickname: SAE Chapter: Mississippi Gamma Mascot: Lion National Founding: 1856 Ole Miss Founding: 1866 Colors: Old Gold Royal Purple Governing Council: IFC Philanthropy: Boxing for a Cure House Mother: Anne Kossman Jordan Wendham and Kyle Atkinson Wl ereeks sigma alpha epsi lon pV James Watts and Wilson Hood Dan Woodliff and John David Sikes supporting the Rebels in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium b +O gre eks Fraternity Facts Nickname: Sigma Chi Chapter: Eta National Founding: 1855 Ole Miss Founding: 1857 Colors: Blue Gold Governing Council: IFC Biggest Event: Derby Days Philanthropy: Children ' s Miracle Network James Watts. Brett Person and Jonathan Kemp Actives: Adrian Nelson, Allen Cooper, Joe Bell, Paul Blake, Casey Butts, Robert Camp, Carson Claybrook, Jack Coleman, Adrian Dickey, Battle Ewing, Robert Finger, Kris Gavin, Ben Gilbert, Hank Hutto, Mike Jacobs, Preston Lee, Mike Sutherland, Barrett White, Barrett White, Win Williams, Robert Amborn, David Bailey, Adam Brooks, Will Burroughs, John Campbell, Sam Craig, Evan Crosby, Jay Culpepper, Reid Davis, Chris Dickens, Cory Duncan, Adam Goodman, Justin Harding, Chris Harris, Watson Harris, Roger Haughton, Jordan Helveston, Jamie Houston, Walt Jones, Cole Kimbrough, Adam Lawson, Wilson Long, Jake Malatesta, David McKinnon, Sidney McLaurin, Robert Miller, Scott Murray, Gary Nash, Brayton Norwood, Brett Person, Ryan Posey, Brandon Pratt, Len Reeves, Todd Scott, Evans Smith, Key Smith, Greg Spellman, Robert Threlkeld, Patton Valentine, Lee White, John Adrian, John Hunter Allgood, Andy Amborn, Vincent Banchetti, Jordan Blackburn, Brooks Blair, Jeremy Blythe, Matthew Broun, Turner Crowley, Blake Cruse, Nick Daniel, Jonathan Davis, Doug Dupont, Hunter Farrar, Geoff Ferril, Clayton Gillentine, Michael Glover, John Greer, Jon Hale, Wilson Hood, Joel Hurdle, William Hutchison, B randon Jenson, Will Johnson, Cameron Jones, Johathan Kemp, Joshua Kemp, Mark Kosko, Stephen Kruger, Brad Laney, David Legg, Spencer Lewis, Adam Massey, Sean McBrearty, Peter McKelroy, Paul Mize, Zach Moore, Cooper Morgan, Peter Pearson, Ryan Pollacci, David Sabin, Beau Sigler, John David Sikes, Preston Sutter, Brett Thompson, Wettlin Treppendahl, Patrick Walton, James Watts, Sanders Westover-Schwartz, Zach Wicker, Reid Wilhite, Hunter Williams, Dan Woodliff Pledges: Adam Wells, Justin Andrews, Nolan Aycock, Rob Belger, Brett Bradley, Bernie Brannan, Johnny Burk, Bonn Camp, Barrett Clark, Stephen Cole, Marc Corkern, Michael Cornett, Phillip Correro, Bentley Crawford, John Cromeans, Chris Daniel, McKay Daniel, Stephen Davis, Alex Debardeleben, Chad Deweese, Hunter Dickerson, Dustin Dill, Weldon Doe, Doc Eldridge, Michael Engle, Derek Farrell, Davidson Forrester, Alex Gafford, Benjamin Germany, Troy Graves, Jeff Grimm, Eli Gross, BB Harrington, David Henson, Nathan Hill, Ben Hunter, Wesley Hurston, Emery Johnston, Colby Kaminer, Andrew Kruger, Walt Lampton, Will Lampton, Evan Landers, William Ledbetter, Sam Love, Neil McDonald, Matt Marzella, Jimmy Mclntire, Eric McVey, Seth Michaelson, Taylor Newman, William North, Matthew Owens, Zach Pattie, Chris Pinkston, Jess Reed, Jay Robinson, Heath Rush, Riley Sheehan, Tyler Skelton, Brad Smith, Scott Stevens, Tyler Stout, Dale Tubb, Daniel Ulmer, Reid Waldrip, Charles Waring, Kyle Watkins, John Dudley Williams igma v f. C CX O E V 1 " EX CX i) L IT rX cx EX R c EX _ C« _. 1 ■:,. I Amanda Lynch and Rob Amborn at Spring Formal John David Sykes, Brooks Yance and Pat Walton Above: Cameron Jones and Michael Engle at the Bid Day party Left: Jon Hale, David Legg, Blake Cruse and John Greer 5is)na chijVH Actives: Hayden Alexander, Sidney Allen, Parker Amis, Peyton Aven, Brice Bailey, Kevin Bailey, Johnny Banahan, Brett Barefoot, Justin Beard, Michael Berg, Turner Berry, Bruner Binion, Stewart Boyd, Kyle Brannon, Lenwood Brooks, Spencer Bryan, Drew Bryant, Kyle Buck, Ty Bullard, Jason Burch, Andy Butler, Brennan Cain, Lane Campbell, Baker Cannada, Warner Cannada, Brett Cantrell, Lyon Chadwick, Chris Champion, Trey Clark, Kyle Cole, John Hayes Compton, Buddy Cotton, Camp Craig, Allen Crain, Scott Crawford, Tyler Darby, Andrew DeCoux, Preston Denley, Will Denton, Woody DeWeese, Paul Dill, Kyle Dixon, David Donaldson, John Donovan, Gaines Drago, Will Drummond, Bear Ellis, Chas Emerson, Peyton Everett, Gordon Fellows, Hunter Ferguson, Bill Flowers, Sam Ford, Taylor Forrester, Trey Fry, Blake Fulton, Henry Gatz, Charles Harris, Jamie Hart, Drew Havard, Tucker Herndon, Ross Hurst, John Herzog, Hanson Horn, Jamie Hudgins, Wiley Hutchins, Scott Ivers, Kyle Johns, Austen Johnson, David Johnston, Austin Jones, Ben Jones, Aaron Kidder, Jeff Kilgore, Barton Kimbro, Casey Myers, Jake Kiser, Denny Koerner, Vance Lamar, Simmons Lauderdale, Adam Levenway, Drew Levenway, Jeffrey Little, Seth Little, Will Lomax, Lee Love, Michael McGinnis, Ernest Martin, Charly McClatchy, Sean McCrary, Matt McDonough, Jordan McKinley, Taylor McNeel, Hunter Meisenheimer, Tyler Meisenheimer, Jay Miles, Brenton Montgomery, Kimmel Monts, Brad Morrow, Allen Myers, Nick Nabors, Matt Neil, Ryan Nelson, James Pendley, Wesley Persia, Lee Powell, Ryan Pratt, H.L. Ray, Ryan Revere, Harris Rhea, Tom Rich, Kristopher Roberson, Kyle Rogers, Taylor Russell, Aaron Samuels, Jacob Sanders, Patrick Shappley, Joseph Shayeb, Spence Shutt, Kirk Sims, Bart Smith, Chris Smith, Jason Smith, Taylor Smith, Keith Studdard, Rob Tabor, Timbo Taylor, Allen Thigpen, David Thigpen, Will Todd, Jeff Tomlinson, Alan Trapp, Chuck Trayal, Mac Trout, Paul Tucker, Parham Tullos, Mick Ursic, Slates Veazey, Michael Wakefield, Justin Waldrop, Ryan Walker, Will Walker, Michael Walton, Cal Wells, Ben West, Brannon Williams, Ben Williamson, Matt Wise, Woody Woodriff, Tice Young, Chris Zainey Pledges: Christian Albarracin, Brad Baskin, Adam Beasley, Ben Brewer, Port Cardwell, Len Clark, Woody Cole, Holt Coltharp, Jesse Coppenbarger, Bennett Drago, Kyle Ellis, Gray Flora, Casey Ginder, Sean Gould, John Gresham, Creighton Hardy, Michael Harkins, Hayes Harris, Lance Harrison, Bill Hassell, Ragan Hayward, John Mark Henderson, Harry Hewes, Matt Hinkle, Eric Jernigan, Fowler Jones, Carson Kisner, Hunter Kitchens, Jimmy Lancaster, Richard Latady, Alex Lawhorn, Will Levanway, Morris Liddell, Robert Lomenick, Clark Luke, Hatton Marbury, Matthew Marks, Andy Miller, Parker Moore, Will Mosby, Michael Murphy, Davis Nail, Lee Nash, Watson Nord, John Nunn, Tom O ' Brien, Marc Presley, Stephen Ratterman, David Reed, Trevor Rockstead, Tyler Rogers, Nathan Ross, Caleb Ruckdeshcel, David Ruckdeshcel, Patrick Sadler, Steven Saul, Stephen Smith, Will Smith, Walt Stewart, Lee Tabor, Ch ip Trammell, Garrett Vaughan, Finley Ward, Ryan Weathington, Cameron Weavil, Jeffrey Young, Josh Collum Will Drummond and Tice Young ■ Officers: Brett Barefoot, Sentinel; Brooks Lenwood. Marshall.Ty Bullard, Intramural Chairman; Lane Campbell, House Manager; Baker Cannada. Greek Standards; Chris Champion, Risk Reduction; David Donaldson, Rush Chairman; Gordon Fellows, Alumni Relations Chairman; Henry Gantz, Rush Chairman; Charles Harris, Recorder; Jamie Hart, Philanthropy Chairman;John Herzog, Lt. Commander;Austin Jones, Treasurer; Jeff Kilgore, Rush Chairman; Drew Levanway, Social Chairman; Ryan Pratt, Commander; Will Todd, Chaplain;Tice Young, Rush Chairman; Chris Zainey, Marshall 42 gre eks Fraternity Facts Nickname: Sigma Nu Chapter: Epsilon Xi Mascot: Snake National Founding: 1869 Ole Miss Founding: 1927 Colors: Black Gold Governing Council: IFC Biggest Event: Woodstock Philanthropy: Charity Bowl House Mother: Georgia Wise Austen Johnson, Patricia Tamenga, Caroline Steindorf and Chris Zainey at a Chi Omega date party sig;ma nu y p i gma psilon These Pikes had a great time in New Orleans at their spring formal Actives: James Adair, Parker Aldridge, John David Barr, Ross Barrett, Chad Baskin, Ed Bassine, Jonathan Bottoms, Bryan Boudreaux, Travis Buckner, Justin Burns, Des Carrol, Joe Carruth, Chris Cecil, Mark Cleary, Patrick Comes, Christian Cooper, Matt Deaton, Sean Demouey, Hal Dungan, Garrett Emerson, David Etlinger, Kenny Flippin, Matt Gabriel, Matt Harrell, Price Harrison, Neil Henderson, Lee Hendrick, Cole Henslee, Ryan Jones, Andrew Kehoe, Blake Kurts, Drew Lloyd, Dan Luke, Walter Lydick, Dan Martin, Josh Mclntyre, Patrick Means, Chris Morland, Patrick Mudoon, Ben Murphy, Mac Northcutt, Rob Renfro, Brian Richardson, Chris Roby, Trevor Russell, John Shearin, Hunter Slaton, Daniel Sparks, Elliott Stenstrom, Matt Taber, Griffin Tanner, Bobby Walters, Daniel White, William Whittaker, Nathan Witt Pledges: John Albntton, Chris Arrison, Joe Blackburn, Web Blount, John Brady, Soup Campbell, Parker Chaddick, Matt Colpitts, Chris Conger, Chuck Crenshaw, Jonathan Davis, Stratton Fabris, Todd Farrar, Ian Fletcher, Deryke Golden, Shelby Haywood, Chace Herdon, Chad Hollan, Sam Jacobs, Kyle Kniepman, Tip Mason, Wes McDonald, Chris Meyerhoff, Matt Morris, Garrett Murphy, Sean Murphy, Andy Newbold, Steve Newbold, Jimmy Prado, Phillip Psalmond, Trey Rishe, Trey Treutel, Ian Turner, Nate Zeller Chris Morland is ready to go to the " Dukes of Hazard " swap. W N » " M m r W ' ■ 1 m ' • ™ 1 1 Dan Martin and Parker Aldredge enjoy a night out with friends. Dan Martin poses for a picture with his little brother Chuck Crenshaw on Big Brother night. VM -•f Uc cks Parker Aldredge, Chris Moreland and a friend at a party above the square , Bryan Boudreaux and Daniel Sparks singing karaoke at the Cat ' s Meow in New Orleans Mike Mylick.John David Barr and their dates spend a night on the town in New Orleans during spring formal. Fraternity Facts Nickname: Sig Ep Chapter: Mississippi Alpha National Founding: 1901 Ole Miss Founding: 1928 Colors: Red Purple Governing Council: IFC Biggest Event: Wild Wild West Philanthropy: Jean Jones Run Walk for Cancer I Parker Aldredge and Bryan Boudreaux get together with some friends for a picture. sigma phi ep: hi epsi lon V F athletics Section editor: Jeremy Roberts Section assistant: Robin Freeman Derrick Allen, a senior forward from Gadsden. Ala., along with Rebel ball players, uses force against an opposing LSU basketball player to get the ball in the hoop and win the game for the Rebels. V rodlN competitive: plays hard until the end; driven to win; not afraid of getting hurt by Jeremy Roberts From the first yellow flag to the last out calling " ball game, " Ole Miss Rebel athletes know the meaning of being competitive on and off the fields, courts, and greens. Broken bones, sprained ankles and bruised egos wont stop the Rebels from reaching an undefeated season or a championship title. SEC ' s Freshman of the Year, NCAA title holders, Egg Bowl Champions, Mayor ' s Trophy holders and SEC Championships show just how competitive the Ole Miss Rebel Athletes are and are willing to be in order to retain these titles and honors throughout the entire season. Even the fans, young and old, know the true Rebel competitive spirit as they cheer on their favorite athlete walking through the Walk of Champions, roughing it up on the gridiron or spending quality time with Jack and Captain Morgan in the Grove. After the fans leave, the lights are dimmed and the press conference is finished, the aura of competition still lingers. No matter if you are in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Swayze Field, the Tad Pad, the Gillom Center or the Palmer Salloum Tennis Center, blood, sweat and tears are left in the trail of stiff com- petition. athleticsb+r Right: After a pickoff from pitcher T.J. Beam, Stephen Head, a freshman infielder and left handed pitcher from Raymond, Miss., stops the runner at first base giving the Rebs an out during a game. Bottom Left Charlie Babineaux, a junior outfielder and first baseman from New Iberia, La., makes it safely to first base after beating out the throw. Bottom Right- Drew Rogers, a senior outfielder from Austin, Texas, anticipates the deliverance of the ball. tough season leads to bid in NCAA Regionals % by Jeremy Roberts From the time the ball leaves the pitcher ' s hand, the batter has four-tenths of a second to make decisions. Two-tenths of that four are to decide the type of pitches, where to hit the ball and lastly, whether or not to actually swing. The other two are to actually swing. The death of a legend, new signees, the Southeastern Conference Tourney and a NCAA Regional Bid all shaped the 2003 Rebel baseball season. Ole Miss has been fielding collegiate baseball teams since the late 19th century and the 2003 season proved to be no different. The Rebel Baseball team hit the field with seven position starters and five pitchers that recorded 40 or more IP from last season ' s 37-19 squad. Seventeen newcomers added to the already elite roster proved to be one of Head Coach Mike Bianco ' s " greatest plays " . The death of Rebel legend Tom Swayze sent a shock wave through the entire college baseball community. During Swayze ' s 21 seasons at Ole Miss, the Rebels would emerge onto the national stage. Swayze would compile a 361-201-2 record spanning from 1951-1971, winning four SEC Championships and making three visits to Omaha. Swayze was honored as the SEC ' s Coach of the Year four times (1959, 1960, 1964, and 1969). The 2003 season had its ups and downs, wins and losses, just like any other season. The season opener against Louisiana Tech on February 16 proved to be a outstanding show for the Diamond Rebels with two victories (3-2 and 17-5). The Rebels ' first loss would come three days later from SW Missouri State on February 19 (2-4). The Mayor ' s Trophy was retained by the Rebels after a 5-1 victory over Mississippi State in Jackson, Miss, on April 2. Another highlight of the 2003 season was the SEC Tourney win over Arkansas in Birmingham (8-7). The May 26 NCAA Regional bid proved to be the time for the Rebels to step to the plate and show the rest of the collegiate baseball community what they were capable of. The first loss to Wichita State just fueled the tenacity of the Rebels to showcase their power against McNeese State with a 7-1 victory in Houston, Texas. Ole Miss would be knocked out of the regionals by another loss to Wichita State on May 31 (4-5). The Rebs were the only team in the NCAA Tourney to have the longest winning streak of four games during the regular baseball season. The signing of Charlie Babineaux (OF IB), Stephen Head (INF LHP), Mark Holliman (RHP 3B), and Brae Wright (LHP) added to the already skilled presence of T.J. Beam (RHP), Alan Home (RHP), Drew Rogers (OF), Seth Smith (OF), Chad Sterberns (INF), Matt Tolbert (2B) and Adam Yates (RHP) - just to name a few. ranked the 2003 newcomers at number two and the freshmen at number one. The Rebels led the SEC in pitching with over 60 percent of the innings being thrown by freshmen. The 2003 Diamond Rebels ended Coach Bianco ' s third year with a winning season of 35 wins to 27 losses. " This season was a bittersweet joyride for us. Even though we were consistently inconsistent, we accomplished a lot of things. We had a hard, tough season. " -Head Coach Mike Bianco m Right: Barry Gunther, a sophomore catcher from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., ropes the ball I over the opposing] team ' s outfielders. far Right: Seth Smith, I a sophomore outfielder from Jackson, Miss., plows I the ball into the opposing team ' s I dugout. Jg tSzT ZL. In alphabetical order: (players) Charlie Babineaux (15), Xan Barksdale ( I 3), T.J. Beam (23), Nick Bradshaw (27), Chase Carter (41), Dustin Cliburn (34), Anthony Cupps (25), Justin Donovan (22), Eric Fowler (44), Taylor Fowler (42), Josh Grant (45), Barry Gunther (I l),Swayne Hall (43). Stephen Head (18). Mark Holliman (14), Alan Home (32), Ryan Kuklinski (4), Ben Lindsay (35), Curt McLellan (30), John Mogan Mims (46), Bryce Morrison (26), Matt Mossberg (2), Brian Pettway (33), Chad Pilcher (28), Drew Robinson (24). Drew Rogers (29), Root Russell (37), Al Simontis (47), Seth Smith (16), Chad Sterbens (9), Jonathan Swearingen (10), Chris Thompson (6), MattTolbert ( I ), Charlie Waite (8), Michael Wakefield (38), Brae Wright (17), Mark Wright ( 1 2), Shawn Yarbrough (7), Adam Yates (3 I), Kyle Yates (36), Jeremy Zick (21) (coaches) Mike Bianco (Head Coach), Kyle Bunn (Assistant Coach), Stuart Lake (Assistant Coach), Dan McDonnell (Assistant Coach), Steve Beiermann (Assistant Athletic Trainer), Noel Durfey (Assistant Strength Coach). Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score 2 16 Louisiana Tech 3-2 W 3 16 Kentucky 7-5 W 4 12 LSU 6-14 L 5 09 Florida 2-0 W 2 16 Louisiana Tech 1 7-5 W 3 21 Vanderbilt 1-2 L 4 13 LSU 5-13 L 5 10 Florida 8-3 W 2 19 SW Missouri State 2-4 L 3 22 Vanderbilt 3-0 W 4 15 SE Louisiana 3-12 L 5 11 Florida 4-2 W 2 22 Texas Arlington 7-8 L 3 23 Vanderbilt 3-1 W 4 16 SE Louisiana 16-6 W 5 16 Auburn 7-4 W 2 23 Stetson 5-2 W 3 25 Murray State 4-1 W 4 18 Alabama 10-2 W 5 17 Auburn 2-5 L 2 28 Western Michigan 8-2 W 3 26 Southern Miss 6-3 W 4 19 Alabama 3-7 L 5 18 Auburn 2-6 L 3 (il Western Michigan 5-1 W 3 28 Mississippi State 0-2 L 4 20 Alabama 8-3 W 3 02 Western Michigan 15-4 W 3 29 Mississippi State 0-7 L 4 22 Tennessee-Martin 7-0 W -SEC Tourney 3 (14 McNeese State 8-9 L 3 30 Mississippi State 4-8 L 4 23 Memphis 3-6 L 5 22 Mississippi State 4-5 L 3 05 McNeese State 3-4 L 4 01 Miss Valley St Cancelled 4 25 South Carolina 6-5 W 5 23 Arkansas 8-7 W 3 07 New York Tech 3-1 W 4 02 Mississippi State 5-1 W 4 26 South Carolina 2-13 L 5 24 Mississippi State 1-4 L 3 08 New York Tech 5-1 W Mayor ' s Trophy 4 27 South Carolina 2-0 W 3 09 New York Tech 24-0 4 04 Tennessee 2-7 L 4 28 Tennessee Tech 4-1 W -NCAA Houston Regional 3 11 Arkansas State 2-3 L 4 05 Tennessee 6-3 W 4 29 Arkansas State 5-8 L 5 30 Wichita State 2-4 L 3 12 Memphis 5-1 W 4 06 Tennessee 9-8 W 5 02 Arkansas 5-2 L 5 3 1 McNeese State 7-1 W 3 14 Kentucky 3-2 W 4 09 Southern Miss 2-8 L 5 03 Arkansas 6-7 L 5 3 1 Wichita State 4-5 L 3 15 Kentucky 9-2 W 4 11 LSU 7-2 W 5 04 Arkansas 3-6 L olathletics " Excellence is not a part time thing. " -words inscribed in the baseball team ' s locker room. Being Slow vs. Being Fast If it takes a runner 1.25 seconds to run home he is considered fast, but at 1.5 seconds the runner is considered slow. If it takes a runner 4.2 seconds to get to first base, he is fast. At 4.5 seconds he is slow. off the fiefdC... Coach (Bianco ' yfeadf Coach When asked to define baseball, Coach Bianco said " Baseball is misunderstood. A lot of people say the sport is boring and slow, but in all actuality, it is one of the fastest. There are a lot of quick, fast plays over a short period of time. " Bianco said that although the season was somewhat disappointing, being that the Rebs could never get a high streak, this season was still successful being that it was only the second time in three years to get to the post season and that the Rebs were able to tie a school record. " The 2004 season shows promise with the return of great players, a phenomenal recruiting class, and he state of the programming being where it is. Our goal is Omaha. " Barry Gunther Sophomore Catcher from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. " This season had its ups and downs. Even though this season lacked consistency with a good weekend then bad, the 2004 ' Barry Gunther , , , y 3 season shows promise and has an aggressive sense pushing it. There is good chemistry between the athletes on this team. We lost a lot of good guys but th new will replace the lost leadership with more guys stepping up to fill the roles. " Stephen Head Freshman Infielder Left Handed Pitcher from Raymond, Miss. When asked if you could do one thing over again, Stephen said that he would go back to the NCAA Tourney. " I was the last at bat and we only needed one run. There was a runner on second and third but I did not get the hit. " Stephen 0-fe Anthony Cupps Freshman-Red Shirted Right Handed Pitcher from Madison, Miss. When asked the same, Cupps said " I was the last pitcher in the Tourney for the Rebels and if I would have gotten that last ' Anthony Cupps out, things would have been different. Better, but different. " base ball | p l still growing stronger slow and inconsistent beginning haunts team by Robin Freeman South Eastern Conference softball is only in its sixth year but has brought talents from all over the country. Ole Miss was fortunate to obtain a lot of that talent. The 2003 Lady Rebels have brought together talent from Mississippi and as far away as California. There were seven new freshman who came in to help strengthen the young team. The 2003 Ole Miss lady Rebels kicked off the season with a win against Jackson State. Leading the Rebels to a 11-1 win was senior pitcher, Lindsay Price. The Lady Rebels, coached by Candi Letts, boasts a team that was lead by four seniors. This year the Rebels will be losing two pitchers, a catcher and an infielder. With that loss will come new leadership with the rising junior class. The season began in February with a schedule of 47 games and tournaments that came to a close in mid May. The three month softball season has the girls traveling all over the SEC and then to the tournament in Plant City, Fl. The Lady rebels finished the season with seventeen wins. One of the highlights of the season was the lady ' s two consecutive wins over the University of Kentucky this past March. The Rebels also beat the number 10 ranked University of Georgia, 6-5, at home in April. The women who make up the Rebels softball team are not only talented athletes many of them are on the SEC academic honor roll and members of the Ole Miss M Club. Seniors and Lady Rebels starting pitchers, Lindsay Price and Leslie Day were two of the 10 Ole Miss athletes to be named academic all-district. Coach Letts has been leading the Rebel softball team for the past five seasons. Not only has Letts lead her team to victories but also to academic excellence. She has found the perfect mixture of dedicated and determined ladies. Letts also has a support staff of 12, who help in the training and coaching of the ladies. Assistant Coach Dedeann Pendelton has finished her fourth season with the Lady Rebels and boasts leading her former team, Colorado State to ranking ninth in the nation. Her work in the outfield has been the glue of the team. Coach Garcia ' s innovation to the infield will not be forgotten during the 2004 season. The Lady Rebels softball team has created a team of the best infielders, outfielders and coaches. With this past season, the Rebels go into the 2004 season hopeful for an even better season. " Everyday you are competing against yourself. If what you ' ve done the day before still looks good enough then you are not working hard enough. " -DeDe Justice a sophomore catcher and utility ball player from Vero Beach, Fla 5 Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score 2 04 Jackson State 11-1 W J 08 Pacific 4-8 L 3 30 1 lorida 2-3 L 2 04 Jackson State 8-0 W 3 09 UIC 3-0 W 4 05 Alabama 1-5 L 2 07 Kansas 1-2 L 3 09 Illinois 0-4 I. 4 05 Alabama 1-5 L 2 07 Behnnc Cookman 5-0 W 3 12 Arkansas 3-2 W 4 06 Alabama 4-9 L 2 08 UlT 4-5 L 3 12 Arkansas 1-4 I. 4 09 Mississippi Slate 0-14 1. 2 08 Southern Illinois 1-3 1. 3 13 Arkansas 2-4 1. 4 10 Mississippi Statu 6-5 W 2 09 Jacksonville Cancelled 3 15 Kentucky 8-4 W 4 10 Mississippi State 10-8 W 2 16 Nicholls St 0-1 L 3 15 Kentucky 1-4 1. 4 12 deorgia 1 1 2 16 Jacksonville St 1-6 L 3 16 Kentucky I4-7W 4 12 (ieorgia 5-7 1. 2 22 Evansville Cancelled 3 19 Southern Miss 0-4 1. 4 13 ieorgia 6-5 W 2 28 C Connecticut 8-0 W 3 19 Southern Miss 1-0 W 4 18 LSU 6-10 1. 3 01 Northern Illinois 4-3 W 3 22 Auburn 0-3 L 4 18 LSI 0-3 1. 3 01 Drake 0-6 L 3 22 Auburn 0-2 L 4 19 LSU 3-6 L 3 02 Evansville 1-2 L 3 23 Auburn 0-4 1. 4 26 South Carolina 2-6 L 3 06 Purdue 5-7 L 3 26 UT-Martin 7-1 W 4 26 South Carolina 0-1 1. 3 06 Pittsburgh 4-0 W 3 26 UT-Martin 2-1 W 4 27 South Carolina 2-1 W 3 07 Temple 3-5 L 3 29 Florida 1-2 L 5 03 Tennessee 7-6 W 3 07 Central Michigan 5-2 W 3 29 Florida 1-6 L 5 03 Tennessee 2-12 L Top Left: Lindsey Price, a senior catcher from Terry, Miss., sets up the pitch. Left After the ball was hit to the outfield, an outfielder throws the ball to Megan Kozar, a sophomore infielder from Palm Beach, Fla, in hopes of getting it to second base to stop the runner. In alphabetical order: (players) Sara Boyer (23), Andrea Brahs (21), Dana Brill (15), Mary Jane Callahan (I I), Jordan Chitwood (9), Jenny Cox (7), Britte Hardy (2), DeDe Justice (22), Desiree Layman (3), Stacy McCommon (6), Rebecca Mclntire (l).Mandy Ott (18), Genee ' Spears (4), Brooke Turner (14), Brittany Warner (24),Tara Willit (19) (coaches) David Abernethy (Strength Coach), Jose ' Garcia (Assistant Coach), Candi Letts (Head Coach), Dedeann Pendleton (Assistant Coach), Chad Perkins (Trainer) (managers) Monica Barnett, Kristin Cox. Ross Thompson Left Andrea Brahs, a junior infielder from Boynton, Fla, awaits for the ball to hit it in the outfield and bring the runner on third home. off the fieCcC... Coacfi Letts l-feacf Coach [Coach Letts is involved in softball due to the eomrihL experiences and opportunities. " I want to give back to the game and give the opportunities given to me, back to the athletes. It is why the game will always be bigger than us. " Coach Letts uses coaching to teach a sport she loves. " It ' s not what you have, it is what you do with what you have. " DeDe Justice Sophomore Catcher and Utility Player from Vero Beach, Fla DeDe ' s motivation is for the love of the sport. " We have to work as a team to j T eT e " justice get toward our common J goal - the SEC Championships. " When asked if there was something she could do over again, she said, " I wouldn ' t think as much when I am at bat. During the LSU game with 1 1 innings, I had no hits. If I would have gotten those, we would have won the game. " soft ball y ) Indoor Date Opponent SEC Five Way 1 24-25 Arkansas State Invitational Gator Invitational 14-15 Tyson Invitational 3 1-2 SEC Indoor Championships 3 5-8 NCAA Qualifying Meets 3 14-15 NCAA Indoor Championships Outdoor Date Opponent 3 20-23 Alabama Relays 3 29 SEC Five Way 4 3-5 Texas Relays 4 12 Ole Miss Invitational 4 19 Mississippi Invitational 4 24-26 Penn Relays 4 27 Tennessee Throws Classic 5 3 Ole Miss Open 5 15-18 SEC Outdoor Championships 5 30-31 NCAA Regional Meet 6 11-14 NCAA Outdoor Championships 6 19-21 USATF Jr. Sr. National Meet Below: Assistant Coach ErinWibbles tries to help Kesia Bass, a sophomore competing in multi-events from Crossett, Ark., perfect her hammer throw abilities before the Ole Miss Invitational. Right. Willisa Heintz, a senior competing in multi-events from Dallas, Texas, hurls the hammer during the invitational to add more points to the Ole Miss scorecard. off the track... Coach Wa er Q-feacf Coach " Track holds the value of competing against yourself. " " This season started off great n t r,bu,«d but injuries railroaded us. It is more physical and not a strategy sport. There is something for everyone in track. You are never delegated to the second team due to anyone else ' s opinions. It does not matter if you are tall or short, Republican or Democrat, the only thing that does is if you run faster or jump higher or throw farther than someone else. " When asked why did Walker choose coaching, he said " I can ' t remember wanting to do anything else. There is no greater compliment than to be called coach. " »t I ath letics Marquita Aldridge Sophomore Jumper from West Memphis, Ark. Marquita views track and jumping as her safe haven. " When I am doing it, it is like that is what I am here for. lama ' Marquita ' Afdridfge jumper. It truly is my shelter from the storm. " Although Marquita feels the season could have been better she knows you have to trust yourself first before you can trust others. She has a positive outlook on the 2003-2004 season. In alphabetical order: (men ' s roster) Stacy Andrews. Michael Atkins. Brandon Atkinson, Charles Bailey, Franz Bernard, Taye Biddle, Michael Bland, Justin Campbell, Brett Canale, Noah Crosby. Camp Craig, Devin Darnall, Sean DiGeorge, Mike Espy, Clinton Fletcher, Shantel Glass, Joseph Granthem, Mark Gregory. Caleb Hammons, Damon Harris, Antwon Hicks, Patrick Journey, Justin Jurnigan. Chris Lawson. Darius Leland, Jimmy Lomar, Ronald McClendon. Bryce McKay, Matthew Merritt, Morgan Miller, Stewart Miller, Jimmy Radford. Richard Schwab, James Shelton, Deomdrick Shumaker, Walt Sligh, Griffin Tanner. Kendrick Triggs, Lawrence Wade (women ' s roster) Marquita Aldridge. Antisha Anderson, Stephanie Barber, kesia Bass, Lindsay Brooks, Beth Brorby. Octavia Carter.Adele Champlin, Rachel Ellison, Mary Galtney, Robyn Gaunder, Amanda Harvey, Willisa Heintz, Jennifer Jones, Erin Jordan, Brandi Landrum, Amanda Marcak, Danielle Marcoux. Latoya McBride.Trista McKee, Monique McClure, Suyapa Padilla. Maribeth Pickle, Camilla Pittman, Brandie Plyler, April Rembert.Allyson Robertson. Chiquita Stephens, Kristi Stillwell, Rachael Taff. Tiffany Taggert, Rachel Wood (staff) Brandy Barnett (Graduate Assistant), Doug Blackwell (Assistant Coach). Meredith Erwin (Trainer), Brian O ' Neal (Assistant Coach), Joe Walker (Head Coach) Right:Three of the Ole Miss Rebel men ' s track team try to outrun runners from Alcorn State University in hopes of winning an event at the Ole Miss Open. dawning of a new youthful and hardworking team shows promise by Trey Young The Ole Miss Track Team had a good 2002-2003 season with some phenomenal individual and team performances along with the opportunity to compete on a new outdoors track complex. The new Ole Miss Track and Field Complex, located south of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, will host the 2004 SEC Outdoor Championships. The Mondo-surface facility features nine lanes and state-of-the-art areas of field events. The yet-to-be-named track is the third to be built on the Ole Miss campus. Turner Track, the first to be built, was a cinder path around the football field at Hemingway Stadium. It was named in honor of the man responsible for its construction, Mr. OJ. Turner. The second track was constructed in 1979 as the modern track era began at Ole Miss. It is now covered by the newly remodeled south endzone of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Coach Walker is happy to have this new complex done with construction. " We have gone three years without a facility. Our athletes have been asked to perform under some difficult situations. " The Ole Miss men ' s and women ' s track teams had a good year last year with some good individual and team performances. Senior shot putter Stacy Andrews started the season off right with a win in the first meet of the year. According to, Ole Miss track and field coach Joe Walker had this to say about Andrew ' s performance " He has not had much time to train for track so for him to finish first in this meet was outstanding. " At the Arkansas State Invitational, " Ole Miss senior Stacy Andrews set a new meet record and Convocation Center record with his winning toss of 63-6 in the weight throw at the Arkansas State Invitational. " On that particular day Andrews was one of six rebels to take home first place honors. The other first place finisher ' s were Antwon Hicks, Taye Biddle, Brandon Atkinson, Willisa Heintz, and Marquita Aldridge. During the two day SEC indoor championships the Rebels placed 10th in the men ' s division with 25 points, and 11th in the women ' s division with 17 points. Leading the way for the Rebels during SEC ' s was Kendrick Triggs who placed first overall in the 200 meter. At the NCAA indoor championships Stacy Andrews and Antwon Hicks made All-Americans. This concluded the team ' s indoor meets and soon they were headed into the outdoor meets. During the outdoor season both the men ' s and women ' s had good individual performances that culminated in the SEC outdoor championships. They were led by good relay team performances and another good performance by Andrews. Andrews finished out the season at the NCAA outdoor meet receiving another All-American honor. " Track is the oldest of all. Think back to when you use to say ' Hey I bet I can beat you to the tree and back. ' It is very natural and pure. " -Head Coach Joe Walker tracll I W i. I motivational expenence A Rebels make season into a worthwhile H learning experience by Jeremy Roberts Going into 2002-2003 season, the men ' s basketball program went through a staff change. When asked about it, Coach Rod Barnes said, " Any time you have change, there is going to be some effects. Having Coach Marc Dukes, who has been with us for four years, and Lemuel Jones (graduate administrative aide), who had been with us for two seasons, move onto other positions were losses. But, programs that are built on solid foundations can survive changes like these by hiring individuals that can bring something to the table, and that is what we did with Grant Pate, Jay Bowen and Jason Flanigan. We want this program to be on solid ground no matter who is on staff. " The 2002-2003 Rebel basketball season started off with promise winning a game versus West Alabama (Exhibition) with a 97-35 victory and then continued to an Athletes in Action (Exhibition) with a 70-67 victory. They ended that streak with a loss to East Carolina an then had a five game winning streak to only be ended by a loss to Memphis. That lose brought on another four game winning streak only to be ended by two losses then three more wins and finally then ten losses. The Rebels would end the regular season with one final victory against Arkansas (64-54). The bid to the South Eastern Conference Tournament made the Rebels want to turn the season around. The March 13 game against South Carolina was a victorious game for the Rebels beating the Gamecocks 62-56. The Rebels would fall short in the tournament against arch rival of Mississippi State. The team hopes the 2003-2004 season will be better. " We are really excited, more energetic, and closer as a team " says freshman guard Fendrick Foxx originally from Oxford, Miss. ' Basketball is like life. You have your ups and downs, good days and bad days. There is that challenge of working together as a team. " -Head Coach Rod Barnes [.it-W cticft Left: Justin Reed, a junior forward from Jackson. Miss., extends his reach over an LSU bailer in hopes of getting the ball in the hoop to win the game for the Rebels. Below: Derrick Allen, a senior forward from Gadsden, Ala., attempts to score against an LSU ball player. The Rebels defeated LSU on Jan 18, 2003 with a 67-57 victory. Far Left In an attempt to rebound the ball after a score, David Sanders, a senior guard from Jackson, Miss., tries to out jump an LSU player. Left Emmanuel Wade, a senior guard from Marianna.Ark., has an up-close meeting with a Georgia player while trying to pass the ball to a teammate. The Rebels would be unsuccessful in beating the Georgia Dawgs (82-89). men ' s basketbal[_|_V?7 Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score West Alabama 97-35 W 1 25 Arkansas 73-54 W 1 [6 Athletes In Action 70-67 W 1 29 Mississippi State - L II 24 East Carolina 58-65 L 2 01 Vanderbilt 68-76 L Alabama State 74-58 W 2 05 Auburn 77-71 L 11 30 George Mason 56-49 W 2 08 Kentucky 62-80 L 12 CM Austin Peay 74-46 W 2 12 Florida 74-55 L 12 14 Virgina Commonwealth 82-68 W 2 15 Mississippi State 64-68 L 12 [7 Louisiana Monroe 80-57 W 2 22 Auburn 75-80 L 12 14 Memphis 51-58 L 2 26 Georgia 82-89 L 1221 Nicholls State 63-52 W 3 02 Alabama 63-86 L 12 23 Evansville 87-89 W 3 05 LSU 64-77 L 12 2X Arkansas-Pine Bluff 71-38 W 3 08 Arkansas 64-54 W 12 31 Samford 57-49 W 1 08 South Carolina 49-55 L SEC Tournament 1 11 Tennessee 64-66 L 3 13 South Caro ina 62-56 W 1 IX LSU 67-57 W 3 14 Mississippi State 64-73 L 1 21 Alabama 76-57 W " Basketball is a team sport. You always go far to get a win, and even though this season was disappointing, we have high expectations and we are more energetic for the 2003-2004 Rebel Basketball season. " -Kendrick Foxx freshman forward and guard from Oxford, Miss. In alphabetical order: (players) Derrick Allen (40), Bryan Brown (25), Patrick Fields (10), Kendrick Fox (4), Kendall Granderson (35), John Gunn (3 1), Aaron Harper ( I), Shaun Holtz (34), Lonnie Jackson (54). Justin Johnson (12), Richard Kirklin (45). Trey Pearson (2). Justin Reed (23), Chris Rhodes (33), David Sanders 15), Emmanuel Wade (32) (staff) Rod Barnes (Head Coach), Wayne Brent (Assistant Coach), Jay Bowen (Coordinator of Basketball Operations), Eric Bozeman Assistant Coach), Jason Flanigan (Graduate Administrative Aide), Jeff Moore (Senior Athletic Trainer), Grant Pate (Assistant Coach), Tony Smith (Senior Strength and Conditioning Coach) off t fie court... Coacfi (Barnes 1-feacC Coach " This season was challenging and a learning experience for us. It started off Igood and we had a lot of games in the conference that were tough. There were many times where the games were decided in the last two or three minutes where we were on the wrong end. " " 1 coach to educate young people. Basketball takes a lot of passion to play. Through it you can learn life skills, working hard, team work and togetherness. I enjoy being able to watch a group of new athletes come in from season to season as the newcomers, and then watching them mature right under my eyes. With the new coming in every year, new situations are brought to the court for the challenge. " " I am a real positive person, but we did have a lot of negative things this season and we are excited about a new beginning with a new and more focused team and new goals to be met. " 53 ath letics „„™ Justin %eed Justin Johnson Justin Reed Junior Forward from Jackson, Miss. " Basketball is like an amusement park, all you can do is have fun. This season has really taught me a lot. It was a season filled with struggles, understanding and bumps in the road. I feel it was a good season because we made it through, but we also go into the 2003-04 season learning from the mistakes in the 2002-03 season. " Reed says the reason he plays SEC ball is for " the competition and rush; and I am too skinny to play football so this was the only other. " " We are going to suiprise people with the 2003 -2004 season. Justin Johnson Sophomore Guard from Fayettville, N.C. " This was a hard season. We learned to appreciate the game more and learned a lesson. Even though this season was disappointing, we are ready for the 2003-2004 season with the older guys anticipating to rewrite this season and with the new guys contributing a lot during practices and scrimmages. " " Blood, sweat and tears equals success; without, success is hard to come by. " " We had a young team but some of the elite in our league. We just messed up on the little things and could never really get over that hump. For the 2003-2004 season, the environment has changed. Everyone is very excited. " -Carletta Brown sophomore guard from Roxie, Miss. Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score 1 1 09 West Alabama 94-57 W 1 19 Mississippi State- 60 -69 1 11 14 Basketball travelers 68-79 1. 1 23 Kentucky 66-83 1 11 25 Southern 66-53 W 1 26 Alabama 70-81 1 11 30 Morgan Stale 9 1 -47 W 1 28 Icnnessee lech 69 6 1 12 01 UIC 65-64 W 2 02 Auburn 48-61 1 1 2 03 Arkansas-Little Rock 67-59 W 2 06 Icnnessee 43-86 1 12 08 Lipscomb 61-52 W 2 09 Arkansas 60-62 1 12 14 Birmingham Southern 83-44 W 2 13 Vanderbilt 60-67 1 12 16 Western Kentucky 79-45 W 2 20 LSI: 67-83 1 12 21 Oakland 52-54 L 2 23 Mississippi Stale 62-70 L 12 22 Marshall 61-55 W 2 27 Florida 64-78 I 12 28 Georgia State 66-52 L 3 02 South Carolina 68-91 1 12 29 Florida International 68-76 1. 1 02 Temple 54-53 W SIX Tournament 1 09 Florida 72-72 W 3 06 South Carolina 64-79 1 1 12 LSU 54-71 L 1 16 Georgia 54-96 1. In alphabetical order: (players) Carletta Brown (II), Ellen Buchanan (32), Elizabeth Cansdale (5), Marie Deparrois (45),Tenisha Gist (2), Leah Henley (22),Tywanna Inmon (34), Ashley Johnson (20), Erin Newsom (12). Genice Terry (2l),Tia Watson (25), Amber Watts (33) (staff) Ron Aldy (Head Coach), Drew Clinton (Director of Basketball Operations), Kimberly Melanda Dowell (Assistant Coach), Heather Landry (Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer), (Rebecca Lynn Myatt (Graduate Administrative Aide), Jennifer Nelms (Manager). Kimberly Dell Rosamond (Assistant Coach), Rachel Sargent (Assistant Athletic Trainer), Yolanda Sharp (Manager), Tony Smith (Senior Strength and Conditioning Coach). Gil Thompson (Assistant Coach) off the court... Coach (Ross Q-feacC Coach 2003-2004 " Basketball is a passion and has |been a big part of my life since I 1 was nine. It has been my tour guide, bunker, heartbreak and acquired friendship. " I coach to help young athletes experience what I did as a player here at Ole Miss. I want them to have the opportunity to win every time they step on the court and to wear the Lady Rebel uniform with pride and to experience what it truly means to be a Rebel. I want them to compete with class and fierceness and know it is okay to get out there for 40 minutes and expect to win like any other team. " Coach Ross steps into the shoes of head basketball coach at her alma mater where she once was a Lady Rebel Basketball Player. Coach Ross will coach the 2003-2004 season. ' Amber Watts ' EfizaSetfi Cansdafe Amber Watts Sophomore Forward from Utica, Miss. " We were a well-rounded team but we just did not come out and compete like we should have. We all had our own way of going about things but we were all still on the same page. If I could go back to last season, I would be more aggressive and execute to the fullest. " " " Going into the 2003-2004 season, we are going to give everyone a run for it. It will be a 1 1 0% better season. We are a more aggressive team. " Elizabeth Cansdale Sophomore Guard from Boulder City, Nev. " We have a lot of returners going into the 2003-2004 season. The transition will be better. We had our ups and downs and could have won more games but for this upcoming season, we are playing the way a college team should be. " basket ball Below: Ellen Buchanan, a freshman forward from New Albany, Miss., is boxed in by two South Carolina ball players while trying to score for the Lady Rebels. R ghf Leah Henley, a senior guard and forward from Warren, Ark., is blocked by a Vandy bailer while trying to make a pass to another Lady Rebel Basketball player. I Metrics out with the olc. new head coach appointed after devastating season by Haley McCay Going into the 2002-2003 season, the Lady Rebels featured a solid corps of returning players that was complemented with a strong recruiting class of six athletes. " Our returners have gained a lot of valuable experience and worked hard in the off season, " said Coach Aldy (Head Coach 2002-2003). This year Ron Aldy completed his sixth and final season as the head coach for the Lady Rebels. Aldy is widely respected as a determined coach who encourages his players to work hard on and off the court. At least five of Aldy ' s Ole Miss players were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll each year. Aldy also promoted community service. The Lady Rebels have been involved in activ- ities around Oxford as well as building a community playground and mentoring ele- mentary school children. Aldy succeeded in leading the Lady Rebels to one winning season and two women ' s national bids. The team has fought through several difficult seasons in the last few years. The 2002-2003 season began strong with a 12-3 record including wins over Georgia State and Florida, but the season soon took a discouraging turn with the loss to LSU. The Lady Rebels ended the season with a 13-17 record. Ole Miss began its search for a new Lady Rebels Basketball coach that concluded with the hiring of Carol Ross. Ross, along with the 2003-2004 Lady Rebels, are hopeful that they will recover from previous disappointments and enjoy a winning season. Ross played with the Lady Rebels from 1977 to 1981 and is one of only two players to record 1,000 points, 500 assists and 250 steals in a career. Ross will be assisted by another former Lady Rebel ball player, Peggie Gillom. Gillom played ball at Ole Miss from 1976 to 1980 and will be leaving her position as Head Coach at Texas A M University to assist Ross. Gillom ' s Ole Miss ' all-time leading scorer with 2,486 career points. This duo is out to change the presence of Ole Miss Lady Rebel Basketball. Going into the 2003-2004 season, the ladies are ranked 12th in the Southeastern Conference and are looking to rebound and move up the ladder. 22 ' Basketball is fun and competitive. It lets people see a side that no one knows about. It allows you to be you. " -Carletta Brown a sophomore Guard from Roxie, Miss. women s I rocky course challenging season causes Rebels to finish 8th at the SEC Tournament by Trey Young The Ole Miss men ' s golf team entered the 2002 - 2003 season with its hopes riding on the youth of the squad and a mixture of underclassmen and newcomers preparing to chart the way for the Rebels. Jordan Dempsey and Jarrod Gardner returned as the most experienced players from last year ' s team, as both players played in every round of competition. A crop of newcomers were called on early to contribute to the 2003 season. Seven new faces were added to the lineup with four of them being freshmen. It was arguably one of the most talented incoming classes the Rebel program had seen in recent years. The best team performance for the Rebels was at Kiawah Island where the Rebels finished in 2nd place with a three total of 887. The rebels were led by Pope Spruiell who had a three day total of 220. Before the close of the fall semester the rebels signed Kyle Ellis of Senatobia, Miss. Ole Miss golf co ach Woody Cowart had this to say on about the signing of Ellis, " He is definitely going to help us grow as a program. Kyle has proven his worth on the golf course and in the classroom as a student-athlete and we are looking forward to him joining us at Ole Miss. " Leading the Rebels through the first semester was Jordan Dempsey with a scoring average of 72.4 for 9 rounds. The Rebels started the spring semester at the Taylormade Intercollegiate in Hawaii, where the Rebels finished 17th. The Rebels only got better for the rest of the season which was highlighted by the Rebels shooting nine under as a team during the first round of the Beau Chene Collegiate Classic. Leading the Rebels through the spring semester was Gardner with a scoring average of 74.1. Gardner would go on to have a nice summer playing golf, which culminated in him making t he cut at the United States Amateur. For the 2003 - 2004 season, the Rebels will be led by Spruiell and Gardner. " This is one of the toughest sports. It is one of the hardest to get good at. You do not find someone who is able to pick up a club and in just one month, go out and compete in the SECs. " -Jarrod Gardner a sophomore from Austin, Texas Jonathan Lenz. a freshman from San Antonio, Texas, perfects his swing at the Ole Miss Golf Course. In alphabetical order: (players) Lucas Boyd, Jordan Dempsey, Jarrod Gardner, Guy Glorioso, Byran Kane, Jonathan Lenz, Dan Luke, Callum Macauly. Jeff Niemeyer, Chris Rogers, David Shields, Pope Spruiell, Landon Strickland, Graham Worsham III (coach) Woody Coawrt (Head Coach) Date Opponent Score (i 1 ) 09 Cleveland GolfKiawah bland Intercollegiate 2nd (299-291 - 590) 09 10 Cleveland GolfKiawah Island Intercollegiate 2nd (299-291-297 -XX7) ii l ) 16 Mason Rudolph ( 7th (2X7-2X7- 574) 09 i Mason Rudolph 1 .11 r i.ilc 8th (287-287-290 - X64) 10 08 Adams ( up of Newport 1 Ith (3 js, 10 09 Adams Cup of Newport r9th (305-301-285 -891 10 14 (iary Koch Cleveland Goll Intercollegiate ion, (290) 1 0 1 5 Gary Koch Cleveland Golf Intercollegiate 1 11111(290-292-5X2) 02 12 Taylormade Big Island Intercollegiate 19th (296) 02 14 Taylormade Big Island Intercollegiate 17th (296-2X6-2X9 - X71 02 24 Beau Chene Collegiate (lassie 3rd (290-277 - 567) 02 25 Beau Chene Collegiate (lassie 5(h (290-277-291 - X5X) 03 02 Palencia Collegiate I )rd(309) 03 03 Palencia Collegiate 3rd (309-297-300) 03 10 Seminole Intercollegiate 1 13th (300) 03 11 Semmole Intercollegiate 12th (300-295-294- XX9 03 1 6 Conard Rehling Spring Invitational 8th (299-297-293 - XX9) 04 11 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 11th (311) 04 12 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 1 10th (311-296-607, 04 13 Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate 12th (311-296-298 -905 04 25 SEC Championships 10th (304) 04 26 SEC Championships Xth (304-290 - 594) 04 27 SEC Championships Xth (304-290-296- X90) While at the SEC Championships, Jarrod Gardner, a sophomore from Austin, Texas, makes the swing to add more points to the Rebels scorecard. off t fie green... Coacfi Cowart 0-fead Coach " Honestly, this season was not las good as we hoped for. It (showed some potential but we 1 just did not play to it. This season was truly filled with ups and downs. " " The up and coming season, we have three freshmen in the line up with two upperclassmen looking to play better. They are looking to step up their games, be more competitive, and challenge harder for tournaments. " Coach can always be found quoting the words of Bobby Knight in that " The will to win is not nearly as important as the will to prepare to win. " Pope Spruiell Junior from Livingston, Ala. " This season was a growing season or maturing season for us. We had a lot of young guys. It was filled with new experiences and we learned to work a lot as a team even through we were inconsistent. " rp Q e SprUieff Pope defines golf as being - - able to " reach individual perfection in that you can find yourself and lose yourself in the same amount of time. Golf is such an individual sport. You can really define yourself. " " This spring, we are going to have to step it up. We have a group of five solid guys with Jarrod and myself carrying a lot of weight on our shoulders. " men ' s olf V 7 ) Date Opponent Score 09 13 LaJ In national 12th (320) 09 1 5 Ladj kat Invitational 12th (649) 09 23 Mason Rudolph Championships 8th (310-309 -619) Mason Rudolph Championships 8th (310-309-311) 10 11 Beacon Woods Invitational Tlst(300) 10 12 Beacon Woods In itational 3rd (895) 10 25 Lady Paladin Invitational T5th(303) 10 26 Lady Paladin Invitational 6th (303-303 - 606) 10 27 Lady Paladin Invitational 6th (303-303-301 -907) 11 01 Florida International Invitational 2nd (307) 1 1 02 Florida International Invitational 3rd (307-301 -608) 11 03 Florida International Invitational 4th (307-301-316 -924) 2 10 Tulane Greenwave Intercolliegate 3rd (31 1-309 -620) 2 11 Tulane Greenwave Intercolliegate 5th (311-309-310 -930) 3 10 Lady Gator Invitational Sth (317-288 -605) 3 11 Lady Gator Invitational 10th (317-288-320 -925) 3 17 Waterlef ' e Invitational T6th (309) 3 18 Waterlete Invitational T5th (309-306-307 -922) 4 04 Liz Murphy Collegiate 11th (306) 4 05 Liz Murphy Collegiate 12th (306-307 -613) 4 06 Liz Murphy Colliegate T13 (306-307-323 -936) 4 IS SEC Championships 11th (319) 4 20 SEC Championships 11th (319-322-341 -975) 5 08 NCAA East Regional 20th (322) 5 09 NCAA East Regional 20th (322-302 - 624) 5 10 NCAA East Regional 19th (322-302-296 -920) At the NCAA, Nikki Hadd, a sophomore from Crestview, Fla., plows the ball down the drive. In alphabetical order: (players) Lisha Beyer, Roiann Boisture, Lori Cate, Sarah Kate Cousart, Katie Davidson, Kerrie Davis, Laura Evans, Nikki Hadd, Bernadette Luse.Jade Polonich.Adrienne White (coaches) Meghan Bolger (Head Coach), Katherine Mowat (Assistant Coach) off tfte green... Coacfi (Bofger l-feacf Coacfi " This was a season of new beginnings for us. It was a new era for Lady Rebel Golf. It was a good [season with making it to the jNCAAs and then to regionals, it was all worth it. The ladies continue to grow and mature with their game. " When asked if she could go back and do one thing over again, Coach Bolger said " In the SEC Tounry, we did not fair well at the Universi ty of Kentucky. We did good enough to get to regionals but we wanted to be on top. " " For this upcoming season, we have a difficult schedule but it will be very rewarding. We are ready to get back out there and break goals and go back to the SEC Tournament, then regionals, and then nationals. " 5 6 I ath letics Laura Evans Freshman from Dalton, Ga. " Golf is a game that challenges you physically but mentally as well. It makes you want to get better everyday. " " This season was filled with ups, downs and inbetweens. We started off bumpy but learned from the first two tournaments. We made it to regionals. " " We will be off to a good start in the spring and we have a good schedule along with the hopes of getting to bids back to the South Eastern Conference Tournament, then to regionals, and nationals. " Laura Evans At the NCAA, Laura Evans, a freshman from Dalton, Ga., tries to recover the ball in the sandpit. going through the motions good show at SECs pushes ladies to regionals by Trey Young In the first year of competition under Head Coach Meghan Bolger, the Lady Rebels found themselves accomplishing more than anyone ever expected possible of a young team under a young coach. In the second year, the pressure is on to match the performance of the year before and to push to even new heights. Coach Bolger is assisted by Katherine Mowart from Missassiauga, Ontario, Canada. The best team performance for the Rebels was at the Beacon Woods Invitational where the Rebels claimed the first tournament title in four years. The Rebels were led by Bernadette Luse who had a three day total of 222. Before the close of the fall semester the Rebels signed Katie Davidson and Adrienne White. Coach Bolger had this to say about the signing of the ladies, " Both are incredible student-athletes and will impact our pro- gram both on and off the course. Both young ladies have extensive athletic backgrounds and are ready to add to our success here at Ole Miss. " Leading the Rebels through the first semester was Luse. The Rebels started the spring semester at the Tulane Invitational in New Orleans, where the Rebels finished 5th. Leading the Rebels through the spring semester was Luse. The Rebels received a bid to the NCAA regional tournament where they finished in 20th despite good play by Luse and Laura Evans. All in all, the pieces were set to fall into place to make the 2002 - 2003 season picture perfect. It proved to be a season of growth and challenge for the relatively young squad, but they proved that nothing is out of reach for the Lady Rebels. " Golf is eighteen holes of intense mental focus attempting to do something God does not want us to do; it is not natural. " -Lisha Beyer a sophomore from Houston, Texas i ' s eolH V I ( cmmo™ ma Rebels win SEC Western Division Title then advance to the NCAA Finals by Trey Young The Ole Miss men ' s tennis team had a great year and they are maybe the most underrated sports program here at Ole Miss. This year is the 20th anniversary of the first men ' s team to have 20 victories in a season. At the beginning of the 2002 - 2003 season, the Rebels find themselves in the nation ' s top 10, like every season since 1994. Four players and one doubles team are ranked in the preseason polls. Since becoming the 2002 SEC West Champions, the Rebels look to defend their title and make a run for the overall SEC Championship and with the hopes of returning to the NCAA " Sweet Sixteen " . Coming into the season, the Rebels have gone to NCAA ' s every year since 1994. Last year they went to the Sweet Sixteen and were led by Alex Hartman. They were also SEC Western Division Champions and had several ITA Scholar Athletes. The Rebels are coached by Billy Chadwick, who is in his 21st year of coaching. In 2002 the rebels had two men who were on the All-SEC team. Hartman was ranked 28th in the nation. Martin Selin was ranked 37th in the nation in doubles. The SEC Championships were held in April at the Palmer Salloum Tennis Center. The Rebels first opponent was Auburn on April 18. They would beat Auburn 4 - 1 advancing them to play against Vanderbilt the next day. The 1 - 4 loss to Vandy would knock the Rebels out of the SEC Championships but would send them to the NCAA Regionals, also held in Oxford this past May. The matches between College of Charleston and Auburn would have no effect on the Rebels. They were both beaten 4 - 0. After Regionals, came the finals in Athens, Ga. The Rebels played Duke on May 17 and beat them 4 - 2. The next day, the Rebels would be shut out of the tournament with a 1 - 4 loss. Hartman, a senior from Klippan, Sweden, would go on to be the only male in the Southeastern Conference in the spring to be awarded the NCAA ' s post-graduate scholar award. He was also included as an All-American. " In tennis, you have to use your arms, legs, brain and strength then combine it all together in order to successfully play well which makes tennis a hard sport. " -Paul Ciorascu a junior from Boras, Sweden Left: Catalin Gard, a sophomore from Galati, Romania, awaits a hit from an opposing player during the SEC Championships held in Oxford this past April Be ow Karim Alayli.a sophomore from Sidon, Lebanon, anticipates a hit from an Arkansas netter The Rebels beat Arkansas 7 - Far Left Alex Hartman, a senior from Klippan, Sweden, sets up the swing during a singles match against Kentucky. The Rebels beat Kentucky 7 - this past season. Left Before the Auburn match at the NCAA Regionals. held in Oxford this past May, the Rebels huddle up for a team prayer. The Rebels would advance to the Finals after beating Auburn 4-0. men ' s ten Q!s|i67 Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Score South Florida 7 - W 3 23 Vanderbilt 3 -4 L Troy State 6-1W 3 28 Georgia 4-3 W : 13 Mississippi State 4 - W 3 30 Tennessee 4- 3 W 2 16 Middle TN State 6-1 W 4 04 Arkansas 4 06 LSU 7-OW 5 - 1 W National Team Indoor 4 12 Missippi State 7-OW 2 20 Texas A M 3 -4 L 2 21 Harvard 5-0W -SEC Championships 2 22 Kentucky 4- 1 W 4 18 Auburn 4 19 Vanderbilt 4- 1 W 1 -4 L 2 28 Florida 3-4L 3 02 South Carolina 4-2 W -NCAA Regionals 3 05 Arkansas - Little Rock 6- 1 W 5 10 College of Charleston 4-0 W 3 09 Ohio State 6- 1 W 5 1 1 Auburn 4-0 W 3 14 Auburn 4- 3 W 3 16 Alabama 4-2 W -NCAA Finals 3 21 Kentucky 7-OW 5 17 Duke 5 18 Finals 4-2 W 1 -4L " It ' s not the will to win that makes the champion - it ' s the will to prepare. " -Head Coach Billy Chadwick In alpabetical order: (players) Karim Alayli, Patrick Chucri, Paul Ciorascu. David Donaldson, Catalin Gard, Alex Hartman, Claes Lindholtn (staff) Billy Chadwick (Head Coach), Jeff Clark (Assistant Coach), Chris Morgan (Manager) Coacfi Chadwick 1-fead Coach " Tennis is a great lithmist test for judging character. It is an individual sport that must be performed as a team, but not like a team where you can say it was because of the foward or the center or the third baseman - its an individual basis. This sport is where you have to be able to do it all. It requires the mental aspect, and has a tremendous skill with stamina and strength. " " We have established a tradition of excellence. We like to think of ourselves in forms of highest ranked on campus. This season, we proved that - we won the SEC West and were second in the overall conference. Tennis is one of the strongest sports in the SEC - all the teams have been placed in the NCAA. " " If we could go back to the University of Florida match - we would. They were the conference champs. We had a match point on them in doubles which if we would have gotten that point, we would have been the conference champs. " " The athletes are overall dedicated in the classroom and on the court. They are reflected in focus and the approaching practices. They have their priorities straight. They are outstanding. " " We have won the SEC West the last two years in a row. We still have our sights on it again and we feel that we have the talent. We want to go further in the NCAA ' s but there is just one problem - there are 300 division one schools and to be the best, there will be 299 dissappointed teams left in the conference. " % lathletics off t fie court... -. contributed — Catalin §ara (David (Donaldson Catalin Gard a sophomore from Galati, Romania " This was great but we lost some close matches and really learned something. We will play better this upcoming spring. " " If I could go back to the loss against Vandy, I would. There were certain key moments were we where on a high and tried to keep it going. " " Overall, we worked hard to accomplish everything we did. We will have a stronger team in the spring. Every year we say ' Okay this will be the year ' , but then have our doubts, but not this year! " David Donaldson a freshman from Jasper, Alabama " It was incredible to be part of a team that won the SEC Western Division. This team has been a big influence on me personally since I am the only American athlete on the team. It ' s rewarding being able to learn about the different cultures and bring the team together more. " " Tennis was something I needed to do for myself. It uses your mind and athleticism - when I am able to think through something, it helps. " " We were good this season, but wait til next year! We should be in at least the top five at the end of the year with our strength and talents. " " Practice is not about quantity but it is about quality. " -Head Coach Mark Beyers Dull ' Opponent Score Date Opponent Score 1 18 Jacksonville State 7-0 W 4 04 Arkansas 6 - 1 W 1 24 William Mary 0-7 1. 4 06 I.SIJ 3-4 1. 1 25 Arizona State 1 -6L 4 11 Mississippi State 6-11 2 02 Memphis 7-0 W 2 08 Tulane 3-4 1. -SEC [tournament 2 14 South Alabama 3-4 1. 4 17 I.St J 4-3 W 2 15 Fresno State 2-4 1. 2 22 Kansas State 5-2 W 2 28 Florida 0- 6 1. 3 02 South Carolina 3-41. 3 07 Kentucky 3-41. 3 09 Vanderbilt 0-7 1. 3 14 Aubrun 4- 3 W 3 16 Alabama 2-5 L 3 22 Baylor 4-3 W 3 28 Georgia 2-5 L 3 30 Tennessee 1 -6 L In alphabetical order: (players) Audra Adams. Florencia Basile. Karem Harboe, Sabrina Peppl, Mira Radu, Virginia Thomas (staff) Mark Beyers (Head Coach), Chris Morgan (Manager) White Taber (Assistant Coach) Coacfi (Beyers Q-feacf Coacfi " This season was exciting and we had a lot of close matches. We did everything we could control, sometimes your opponent is better but you just come back to win bigger. " " From a work ethic point of view, we could not have asked for anything more. We played a tough schedule with playing 12 of the top 25 schools in the country and some ending in close 4-3 losses. It was frustrating, but it wasn ' t due to the lack of work involved. " " In the classroom, the girls did a tremendous job and represented the University well off the court. They held the first or second highest team GPA and we are proud of them. This was also the seventh year in a row we held the Academic Ail-American Award ' ' " Tennis started as my hobby and has now grown into my profession. Not many individuals can say they that their hobby is their profession but I am glad to say mine is. I coach for the love of the game and the love of teaching. It is satisfying to see the atheltes come in and grow competively and academically. " off t fie court... ' Audra Adams %arem O-farboe Audra Adams a junior from Newport Beach, Calif. " This season was a learning experience to help us get to our ultimate goal ' Winning the West ' . We grew a lot as individuals and as a team. This group is like my second family and they are my bestfriends. The coaches are like fathers where they coach us on and off the court. " " If I could go back to any one match, it would have to be the Tulane match where we were tied 3-3.1 was the last one on the court and lost the match due to the match points but I do not regret it because now I try harder to get those points and win. " Karem Harboe a junior from Villa Alemana, Chile " Tennis is a way of life. It has opened a lot of doors and given me a lot of opportunities with being in an SEC University and studying in another country. " " We worked hard this season and we had a lot of good team relationships. " " This was my first year as number two and we beat a lot of SEC duel matches in the spring. I would like to go back and play LSU again since we lost to them the first time played and then beat them the second. " ten nis y- ,p Bottom: Kare Harboe, a junior from Ville Alemana, Chille. waits for a swing from a Memphis netter.The Rebels would be victorious over Memphis (7 -0). Right: In preparing for a doubles match against Jacksonville State, Mira Radu, a senior from Cluj-Napoca, Romanina and Virginia Tomatis, a freshman from Altos de Chipion.Argentia, take time before hand to strategize. Right: Mira Radu, a senior from Cluj- Napoca, Romania, anticipates a swing from a Mississippi State netter.The Rebels would beat State 6 - 1 . Far Right After a victorious meeting between Ole Miss and LSI) at the SEC Tournament, the ladies huddle on the side of the court for one last pep talk from Coach Beyer. 5 70 ath letics better than ever Lady Rebels tennis team continues to have better than average seasons by Robin Freeman The Lady Rebels tennis team has been a winning entity in Ole Miss athletics since 1990. A dominant force in the SEC western division, the Lady Rebels finished their 13th season successful. Mike Beyers, in his third year as head coach, came into this program with a group of very talented girls all from diverse tennis backgrounds. Beyers, in his coaching career, has been no stranger to winning teams. In his 10 years of collegiate coaching, Beyers has been privileged to coach 20 All-Americans and five All-American teams. He is assisted by Whitt Taber who is in his third year at Ole Miss. With a veteran roster and one of the nation ' s premier players, this year ' s squad has set out to become the " Best of the West. " The Lady Rebels tennis team boasts the talent of junior, Karem Harboe from Chile. Harboe is a top ranked SEC player, having been ranked as the number three singles player during her sophomore year. The season was lead by senior All-American Mira Radu, Romania. Radu was ranked number eight in the nation and was a scholar athlete. Radu brought a great deal of talent and experience to such a dynamic team. The Lady Rebels annually play one of the toughest schedules in the country, with just the SEC alone and this season proved to be no different. Early in the non-conference portion of the season, the Rebels were matched up against sixth-ranked Arizona State and 16th-ranked William Mary. The Rebels would lose both of these matches in Williamsburg, Va. After that, the Rebels played 27th-ranked South Alabama and 26th-ranked Fresno State. In the conference, the Lady Rebels beat Auburn in Oxford (4 - 3) and Arkansas (6 - 1). Rivals, Alabama and Auburn were both played in the same weekend in March. Those games helped to decided the Lady Rebels ranking in the SEC. Ole Miss is privileged to have such amazing talent and experience from all over the world. " Striving to be the ' Best in the West ' . Indoor Date Opponent 9 12 Southern Miss Invitational 9 19 Crimson Classic XC Invitational 10 03 Ole Miss Invitational 10 18 Chili Pepper Invitational II 03 SEC Championships 1 1 15 NCAA South Regional 11 24 NCAA Cross Country Championships Bottom Left 1 Carolyn Hill, a freshman from Collierville.Tenn., Rachel Taff, a sophomore from Coral Springs, Fla.. and Stephanie Barber, a freshman from Hoover, Ala. synchronize their watches before the Ole Miss Invitational. Bottom Middle: Jimmy Lohmar, a sophomore from Atlanta, Ga., and Justin Jernigan, a sophomore from Taylorsville, Miss, out run a MC distance runner. Right. Beth Brorby, a junior from East Moline, III., and Mallory Hamsher round a turn in the course at the Ole Miss Invitational held in Oxford this past October. " Distance running is a divine motivation. It is within and its something you have to be mentally ontop of. It is hard to describe and is more of a mental aspect. You try to test different styles out. " -Caleb Hammons a junior from Pelahatchie, Miss. 1 % .a ■ m £ ft 6 ■ A. F 1 • , if r 1. ' •■, ., ,„j mJtS if W m 59(fc w ■ 53 off t ft e course... Coach Wa((ter O-icaa Coach " This was a young team. They were basically all either sophomores or freshmen. Overall, I am proud of the group and we are looking to grow. We are the rookie group competing in the SEC. " " There are a lot of ways to win in this sport. This team sport is not the same as other ' team sports ' . It is hard to compare times between one another. There are different levels and you always score five, where you have to depend on everyone else. " " Distance running is tough and its highly disciplined. " V 2 ath letics lustin Jernigan a sophomore from Taylorsville, Miss. " Running is a sense of freedom and a release. This season was a success and we learned a lot with the mixing of a talented group of new J ust i n Jemiaan people. " U " Running is a release because it is like when everything around you is going wrong, you go running and it clears up your mind. It hurts but its freedom to me. " " The competition is fun and it is fun beating people. It is fun being infront and to get that personal time to better yourself. You want to get that record. " Men ' s roster in alphabetical order: Michael Atkins, Christopher Arrison, John Carroll, Fred Cummings, Matthew Cutrer, Devin Darnall, Justin Jernigan, Patrick Journy, Jimmy Lohmar, Bryce McKay, Matthew Merritt, Morgan Miller, Jason Scharf, David Welch Women ' s roster in alphabetical order: Stephanie Barber, Beth Brorby, Shannon Chandler, Rachel Ellison, Sharnai Fisher, Mallory Hamsher, Carolyn Hill, Erin Jordan, Micah Pioreck, Racael Taff Staff roster in alphabetical order: Doug Blackwell (Assistant Coach), Genia Blackwell (Manager), Chad Dixon (Graduate Assistant), Ivan Edwards (Manager), Meredith Erwin (Trainer), Brian O ' Neal (Assistant Coach), Joe Walker (Head Coach), Luke Walker (Manager), Erin Wibbels (Assistant Coach) H« Right. The Ole Miss men ' s distance squad begins the first race at the Ole Miss Invitational. youthful distance squad shows emanate promise in the SECs by Trey Young Experience in running is a key element. This is one thing that neither the men ' s nor women ' s cross country teams have. The men ' s team has no one who is older than a sophomore. These men and women put in just as many, if not more hours than, any other team. They are up early in the morning getting an easy run in and they are at practice in the afternoons. Running can take a toll on their minds as well as their bodies. The women ' s team has two juniors and the rest are freshmen and sophomores. The men ' s highest finish was first at the Ole Miss Invitational and the women ' s highest was second at the Ole Miss Invitational. The men were led by sophomores Justin Jernigan and Jimmy Lohmar. The women were led by Rachel Ellison and Beth Brorby. Both teams made substantial progress from a year ago. It was an exciting semester because Ole Miss held a cross country event. This was the first time in several years that they have hosted an event. The race was an 8k for the men and a 5k for the women. The event was won by Oxford native and former Ole Miss runner Brian Pope in a time of 26:18. The first Ole Miss finisher was Jimmy Lohmar in a time of 27:55. The top women ' s finisher was Rachel Ellison in a time of 23:03. Another big thing that will happen is Ole Miss will host the SEC track and field championships in May. Expect to see some improvements from this year ' s team next year. " The SEC is the most competitive conference and you have to practice 12 months a year. You never think of running as a team sport but it truly is because you want everyone to be at their healthiest and to play their part. -Micah Pioreck a freshman from Memphis, Tenn. growing and building Lady rebels volleyball team knows the meaning of commitment and desire ■•-- i i By Jeremy Roberts The 2003 season proved to be a tough year for the lady Rebels. In his second season at Ole Miss, head coach Joe Getzin has the volleyball team headed in the right direction. There are more games being won and crowd attendance has risen. " We are recruiting more players that compete and know how to win and it is starting to show " , said Getzin. " We want to build a team that goes on the court and leaves it all there. " Getzin is considered to be one of the top recruiters in the country. There have been seven newcomers in the 2003 season. Getzin is assisted by Kim Eymann. Jamie Burns serves as a volunteer coach and Stacy Spears serves as the student assistant. The 2003 season was led by senior Karla Zschau from Dunedin, Fla. There are also five juniors, one sophomore and five freshmen. The season opened with the Baylor Tournament followed by the UIC Tournament. The first win would not come for the Rebels until the Magnolia Tournament against Alcorn State (3-0). The Rebels would then be twice victorious against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Once in September with a 3-2 victory and then in November with a 3-0 victory. Two more SEC wins would follow against Auburn and LSU. " Volleyball is about being committed and having the desire to compete. This season was a rollercoaster ride to say the least. " Elena Garcia a junior from Austin, Texas I)itlc Opponent Score Date Opponent Score Date Opponent Scon 9 1 6 Southern V ISS 1 1 11 07 Alabama 1-3 1. Uaylor Tournament 9 19 Houston 1-3 I 1 1 09 Auburn 3-1 V, X 29 Wyoming 8 30 UTSA 0-3 I. 1-3 1. 9 20 9 24 Rice Mississippi State ! I 3-2 W 11 12 II 16 Mississippi Stale lennessee 3-0 U, 0-3 1. B 30 Baylor 1-3 I. 9 26 10 03 Tennessee South ( .no ina 1-3 1. 0-3 1 U1C Tournament 9 05 Illinois-Chicago 0-3 L 10 05 10 10 Kentucky LSU 1-3 1. 3-2 W 9 06 Northwestern 0-3 L 10 12 Arkansas i 1 9 06 Loyola-Chicago 1-3 L 10 14 UAH 3-0 W 9 09 Arkansas State 1-3 L 10 17 10 19 (ieorgia Florida ! I I I Magnolia Tournament 10 21 10 24 Memphis Auburn 0-3 1. 3-2 W 9 12 Alcorn State 3-0 W 10 26 Alabama 1-3 L 9 12 Portland 0-3 L 10 31 Arkansas 0-3 L 9 13 UALR 2-3 L 11 02 LSU 1-3 L Far Left: Lucianna Lima, a junior from Fortaleza, Brazil, blocks the ball from an opposing volley player. Left ' Elena Garcia, a junior from Austin, Texas, prepares for a serve during the Arkansas State game. K ' mim 1 BO mm Iff ' r ' - ' tB LiH ' L B ' ■: ' ■, I i j W ■ A mm mm ■l - , jM Or ' ji v-i 1 lw ; ' xitl mm v JhL HI WLmmw ■MgnPi ■ ■[, .li t : ; fl L B S HilV UI KkslJSJ I LiiBlHsL LF LiH h Ww A Jn k W MILL lSI mWmx WW Ww tmW contributed In alphabetical order: (players) Mary Nell Bennett, Kristen Carroll, Tricia Eble, Elena Garcia, Katie Kramer, Lucianna Lima, Megan McCune, Jennifer McGowan.Jillian Ohrman, Rachel Refenes.JaclynToohey, Karla Zschau, Clarissa Walker (coaches) Jamie Burns (Volunteer Assistant Coach), Kim Eymann (Assistant Coach), Joe Getzin (Head Coach), Kris Grunwald (Assistant Coach) Right: Jennifer McGowan, a freshman from Gresham, Ore., serves the ball to the opposing team at the Auburn game. off t ft e court... JUB Karla Zschau la senior from Dunedin, Fla. " Volleyball is pure ' competition. This year was a growing experience for us. We I were able to build on a lot of I things. " -, r „ r " A big difference for us ' Karla Zschau „,. .. t this year was that everyone truly got along with one another. " When asked if you could do one thing over again, Laura said " No because we have nothing to lose. It should all be left on the court. " Coach Getzin could not be interviewed at this time due to recruiting for the 2004 season. hum Elena Garcia a junior from Austin, Texas " Volleyball is about being committed and having the desire to compete. This season was a rollercoaster ride to say the least. " " This team was very close with each other. We do have unity on and off the court. E TUX Garda Everyone truly got along. " " When asked about next season, Elena said " Even though our record does not reflect how good we are. I just hope now that the new people have stepped up from high school level to work at the college level. I want to show how good we really are. " qt r all|v 5 making it, again Lady Rebels accept bid to NCAAs for the second year in a row. By Jeremy Roberts After a loss to Oklahoma in the preseason, the Lady Rebels were determined to make it to the NCAAs for the second year in a row. Over the last eight years, Lady Rebel Head Coach Steve Holeman has established the Ole Miss soccer program as one of the premier in the Southeastern Conference. Claiming two SEC Western Division titles (1999 and 2000) and an NCAA Tournament berth (2002), the Rebels have recorded seven straight seasons with a .500 or better and six straight SEC Tournament appearances. The Rebels were the only west team to do so. Holeman is assisted by Derek Greene and Erin Aubrey. The 2003 Lady Rebels were led by five seniors, seven juniors, seven sophomores and 11 freshmen. After the 2-1 loss in the preseason against Oklahoma, the Lady Rebels came back strong with a 6-0 victory over South Alabama in Oxford. The next victory over Memphis (7-0) would boast more momentum for the Rebels with the hopes of going back to the NCAAs. The first loss would come six games later against Florida State in Tallahassee. The Rebels lost 1-2 in overtime. The ladies would only lose three more games in the regular season (Georgia 1-2, Auburn 1-2 and Florida 0-1). Against South Carolina, the Rebels would go into two overtimes resulting in a tied game (0-0); the same occurred against Mississippi State for the Magnolia Cup. November would be the month of tournaments and regionals. The SEC Tournament was held in Orange Beach, Ala. The first opponent for the Rebels would be Kentucky along with a 2-1 victory. The next day, the Rebels would be shut out of the tournament by Tennessee (0-2). The Rebels would compete against Texas in the first round of the NCAA Regional with a 1-0 victory. Only two days later, the Rebels would be ousted by Florida in double overtime (3-4). When asked to comment on the game, Lindley Beckman, a junior midfielder from Anchorage, Ky., said, " I would want to play this game over again because it was just too close of a game. " " We accomplished a lot this year. We did every- thing we expected to do and worked hard from day one ' til the end. It was a tough season but with good rewards. " -Hillary Beckman a sophomore midfielder and forward from Anchorage, Ky. Indoor Dale Opponent SCOK 8 2.1 Oklahoma (Preseason) 1-2 1. 8 29 South Alabama 6 OW 8 (1 Memphis 7 - W 90S 1 II 3 • v 9 07 Southwest Missouri State 4 - W 9 12 Wyoming .1 - 1 w 9 14 Missouri 2 - 1 W 9 1 9 Jacksonville 4 - W 9 2 1 Florida State 1-2 1. 9 26 Middle lennessee 1IIW 9 2 X Southeast Missouri 5 - W 1 0 03 Georgia 1 -2L 10 05 lennessee 1 - W 10 10 LSI) 3 - W 10 12 Arkansas 4- 1 W 10 17 Alabama 3-IW 10 19 Auburn 2- 1 1 10 24 South Carolina o - ill 10 26 Florida 0-11. Magno lia ( ' up 1 0 3 1 Mississippi State u (i i SEC Tournament 1 1 ()6 Kentucky 2- 1 W 1 1 , ' 07 Tennessee 0-2 1. NCAA Regional 11 14 Texas 1 - W 11 16 Florida 3 -4 1. Robin Freeman Left: this soccer player shows her skills in protecting the ball against a Jacksonville player. Above: Kristal Menard, a junior mid- fielder from Crestwood, Ky, looks to a teammate to pass the ball to. The Lady Rebels beat Jacksonville 4-0. In alphabetical order: (players) Leigh Barrow (3), Bernadette Bartlett (30), Hillary Beckman (9), Lindley Beckman (6), Courtney Biddle (2), Emily Brown (32), Erin Edmoundson (22), Ashley Ferree (5), Brittany Gillespie (I), Sammi Gould (29), Karen Hall (1 7), Ashley Hanne (24), Heather Hopson.Elise Karlowicz (55), Kaela Kelly (16), Megan Mattel (II), Kristal Menard (10), Brittney Potts (23), Laura Price (4), Kelley Renie (19), Mary Robinson (25), Ramey Rush (8). Amy Sample (1 2), Ann Shelton (3 I), Lyndsey Williams (33) (staff) Erin Aubrey (Assistant Coach), Derek Greene (Assistant Coach), Steve Holeman (Head Coach), Joey Long (Student Assistant) Right: The team huddles together before the Memphis game in August, they won the game 7-0. off the fiefcC... Steve l-foleman l-feacf Coach " This season was successful jE L9 «and was a positive movement cJLId or tne P ro g ram - We made progress and made a statement and gained a tremendous amount of respect from our fans. " When asked if Coach Holeman could go back and do one thing over again, he said, " The Tennessee game in the SEC Finals. We would have paid more attention to detail since it was the first game we played back to back in all season. " " I coach to educate and develop players on the field and also in life as well. It also allows me to give back to the sport and its not just a job. " Ramey Rush a junior defender from Meridian, Miss. " Soccer is a sport that gives many opportunities to the players, the ability to fain friendships and do a lot of traveling. " " We are on a path of getting better each year. We did well Rame l Rusfl and accomplished a lot. We are prepared for next year with a great staff. I can truly say that I have gained 24 best friends from this experience. " " If I could go back to any game to ' redo ' it, I would go back to the Auburn fame where I would have stayed behind my mark. I would not have let the ball go over our heads and would have turned the game around for the team. " soc cer 57 7 Date Opponent 4 25 Tiger Invitational l 26-28 Ole Miss Invitational 10 3-5 Ole Miss ln national 10 11 UT-Martin 10 18 Term. Tech Xavier [1 15 Walsh Invitational 1 50 UTM Invitational 1 31 Withrow Invitational 2 8 Memphi s 2 15 NCAA Sectional 2 27-29 GARC Championship 3 6 Murray State University Samantha Leach a sophomore from Orlando, Fla., waits patiently to get the perfect shot during the Ole Miss invitational off t ft e ranae... 8 Vaferie (Boot fie lieacC Coacfi " It is very challenging and hard to put into words. For me, rifle is a ance in a lifetime chance to do I something I love. We pride 1 ourselves on a close knit group of girls. There is a lot of team commrodery that you don ' t see in other teams. That unity helped us accomplish what we did. I can not think of one thing that I would change. The team had a lot of talent and they were mature. That made things a lot simpler. " Coach Boothe is in her eighth season of coaching. " We keep buil ding and growing, that is what impresses me the most. As the years go on the talent keeps growing. " V3 L-irh lf.rics Megan Sandage Sophomore from Sutter, Calif. Megan is the captain of the rifle team. Megan became involved in rifle during -nmhit-i her freshman year in r bACQ,aU ScindacjC high school and has been involed ever since. " Rifle is a second family. Something I can shut out the outside world. Our team as a whole meshes and the new girls show great potential. We have strong shooters and a wonderful coach. " In alphabetical order: (players) Shanda Duval, Laura Gavin, Samantha Leach, Jennifer Lorenzen, Jessica McClain, Mara Polonsky, Megan Roberts, Megan Sandage (staff) Valerie Boothe (Head Coach), Richie Martin (Strength and Conditioning) Sophomore, Megan Sandage from Sutter, Calif., concentrates on the target during a meet. right on target Lady Rebels keep growing and getting better By Robin Freeman The University of Mississippi ladies rifle team has nothing to complain about. This past season, the team was made up of eight tal- ented shooters from all over the country. The team was lead by sopho- more Megan Sandage, Sutter, Calif. Sandage was voted captain by her peers after a successful freshman season. Sandage shows a lot of potential for her next two years after a career all time high of shooting a 391 out of 400 with an air rifle. She is one of the strongest shooters in the history of the rifle team. This team, coached by Valerie Boothe, boasts itself as being a close knit group. Laura Gavin, sophomore, Rockville, R.I., said that rifle is not just a sport but it is about making new friends, accomplishing a lot and reaching goals. The ladies of the rifle team do not only show great skill on the range but in the class room as well. With the help of academic counselor Andy Berger, the lady Rebels keep their studies in line making sure to maintain the required 2.0 GPA. This includes weekly meeting and tutoring sessions during finals. The team gained three freshmen, Jennifer Lorenzen, Jessica McClain and Mara Polonsky. This has helped to form a team that will grow and build over the next few years to achieve a group of strong leadership. " Once I discovered myself through it [rifle] it became something I really enjoyed and it made me a happier person " -Samantha Leach a sophomore from Orlando, Fla. ■■ the beat goes on Rebelettes welcome a team of new and young dancers by Robin Freeman The University of Mississippi Rebelettes is made up of some of the most talented and dedicated dancers from around Mississippi and the country. During the fall semester, the Rebelettes can be found performing their routines with the Ole Miss, " Pride of the South " , Band at Rebel football games. During spring semester, the Rebelettes form two squads to dance at the basketball games. A nationals team is also selected during the spring semester. This team competes annually in the NCAA National Championship. The championship, which is held in Florida, is a chance for the girls to compete nationally with girls of their talent and experience level. In April, Rebelettes hold tryouts for the following fall. Potential freshmen are allowed to audition at this time. There were over 70 girls who tried out this year for the 20 to 25 positions on the team. This past year, after the loss of several seniors, the Rebelettes welcomed a group of new and highly trained girls. Some advanced from junior varsity and some came directly on the team. Amy Holmes, Franklin, Tenn., is one of the few returning upperclassmen. Even though in her first year of graduate school, Holmes has come back to be a leader on the dance team. Tryouts have certain requirements that must be met. Dancers will learn an eight count routine in one hour. This shows their ability to pick up routines quickly. Then the dancers are given the chance to show off their strengths, as they perform a solo dance to music of their choice. Each lady that becomes a Rebelette has some form of dance training, ranging from classically trained to high school dance team. The Rebelettes are a vital part of the marching band, and spend over eight hours a week in basic practices. This does not include all the extras that go in before competitions and games. Rebelettes are also required to dance in and attend Christmas parades, football games, homecoming parades and basketball games. " We are so lucky to be a part of such a great season. I am also lucky to be part of such a great group of girls. We are not just a team; we are all friends, which makes being a Rebelette more fun. " -Julie Gardino, Varsity Captain a senior from Memphis, Tenn. Left. Amanda Perdini and Katie Martin finish the halftime show during the Texas Tech game with a big smile. Below: Ashley Buffington, Britney Thorton, Amanda Perdini and Katie Smith take a moment after a game to pose for the camera. ibelettes dance in perfect unison on the field during halftime with the band. They not only perform during halftime but on the sidelines during the football game. Robin Freeman varsitij rebelet tes p£ l At the South Carolina football game.Jenna Torjunsen. a sophomore from Pascagoula, Miss., cheers on the field to help support the winning Rebel season. In alphabetical order: Lana Barrentine, Katie Boleware, Benji Borrelli, Martha Ellen Christopher, Ross Gay, John Michael Hearn, Shannon Johnson, Andrea Lewis, E.J. Patterson, James Phillips, Cory Sims, Courtney Spahn.Jenna Torjunsen, Clay Winberry Above: At the Alabama football game, E.J. Patterson, a graduate student from Corinth Miss.; Cory Sims, a law student from Oxford, Miss.; Courtney Spahn, a freshman from Chatanooga.Tenn.; and Jenna Torjunsen, a sophomore from Pascagoula. Miss, get ready to perform the Diamond Head in cheering for the Rebels. Right; Andrea Lewis, a senior from Nashville, Tenn. cheers on the Rebels at the Auburn game. W I ath letics we ' ve got spirit Rebel cheerleaders help lead fans during this past Ole Miss winning season M by Jeremy Roberts E.J Patterson knows what dedication means. As the cheerleading captain, Patterson has seen the team grow since his freshman year. " Traditionally, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 am, the squads come together for an hour for running, weightlifting, and cardiovascular exercise. Depending on the status of our health, we go to the University training room. " After the work out routine in the morning, Patterson goes to class then to work at his graduate assistantship in the Campus Recreation Department. During the day squad members come in and talk about problems they are having and he calls the coaches to go over what the squad should be doing and what not. After leaving work, 5:00 pm practices begin. " My duties as a captain is to carry the squad through stretches and different routines and stunts. I also deal with the organization of the squad. As a captain, I try to listen to everyone and break animosity between the arguments of the diverse males and females. To be a good squad you have to go through a lot of things first. You have the younger guys dealing with their motivation and to help them during workouts. After the two hour practice, we then have a brief squad meeting to discuss times and events and what to wear for the games. " " During home football games, we have to be in the Grove about three hours before the games starts and wait for the Walk of Champions. After the team walks through, we go to the field to start warmups and preparing for the game. During the pre-game, we get the crowd into the game on the field while during stunts, an d pyramids and basket tosses. We also lay out all the poms in the student section before the games as well. Once the Hotty Toddy goes on the jumbotron, we tumble the team out onto the field. During the first half, we cheer on the sidelines while showcasing our talents to the crowd. At halftime, we go to the club boxes to eat with the other squads. We are trying to get over our negative images of the past and trying to get to know other squads. During the fourth quarter, both the junior varsity and varsity squads come together for ' From Dixie With Love ' with the student section and the band. Then we go back to the Grove and then back to the regular routine. " Courtney Spahn, a freshman from Chatanooga, Tenn., has made the transition from cheering in high school to here at the University of Mississippi. She defines cheerleading as " a person being well-rounded in gymnastics, stunting and spirit field. " It was a lot easier for me to come from high school to college because I was on a co-ed squad in high school. It is different with the time and stress but more competitive. It has been a positive experience and I have learned a lot like how to be part of a team and not just for the betterment of myself along with how to be something meaningful and to be a big part of the University. " The varsity cheerleaders receive a $500 scholarship each semester. They also cheer at every football game along with every men ' s home basketball game. The junior varsity cheerleaders only cheer at home football games and women ' s home basketball games. They squad is coached by Bryan and Amanda Cage, who also cheered together during college. " Our strength is also one of our weaknesses. We have so much individ ual talent, which makes it challenging. We have a diverse amount of talent this year with three freshman, one sophomore and three senior girls along with one sophomore, two seniors, two graduate and two law student guys. " -E.J. Patterson, Varsity Cheerleading Captain a graduate student from Corinth, Miss. Right: Charlie Anderson, a senior defensive end from Jackson, Miss, and L.P. Spence, a senior linebacker from Corinth. Miss.,0 tackle an LSU footba player during the UM LSU football game this past November at Vaught- Hemingway Stadium. Bottom Left Von Hutchins, a senior corner from Natchez, Miss., tackles a Texas Tech player during the UM Tech game this past September. Bottom Right ' The Ole Miss defensive line shows their brut strength in tackling a Texas Tech player during the September 27th game. to the next leve Rebels have first ten win season since 1971 along with being COTTON BOWL CHAMPIONS by Jeremy Roberts The 2003 Rebel Football program proved to have one of the most competitive and hyped up seasons seen in many years. Some of the most prominate SEC teams graced Hollingsworth Field at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium and were beaten by the Rebels. A victorious senior season, and an appearance to the Cotton Bowl catapulted the Rebel stop the next level of SEC ball. The season opened against Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn. in August. Vandy held the Rebels 48 yards of total offense in the first quarter and also forced the Rebels to settle for a field goal at the end of the first half, stopping the Rebels three times from the Vandy two. The Rebels would battle past Vanderbilt ' s defense to a 24-21 victory. Next, the Rebels would fall short to Memphis in Tiger territory. It marked the first Memphis win over the Rebels since 1994. In this game, the Tigers overcame four touchdown passes by Ole Miss quarterback Eli Manning. Chris Collins recovered the ball at one point along with Lorenzo Townsend making a five-yard score. Bill Flowers also had a 40 yard touchdown after a short Memphis punt to the Tiger forty. All-in-all, the Tigers controlled the final quarter scoring twenty-three points. The first home game for the Rebels came September 13 against Louisiana-Monroe. Manning as 22-of-26 for 353 yards and three touchdowns allowed the Rebels to score 45 straight points to beat Louisiana-Monroe 59-14. During this game, the Rebels also became the 30th school in NCAA history to reach 575 victories. Texas Tech would come in the next week to beat the Rebels 49-45. It was a clos e game throughout, but Texas Tech had the opportunity to seize control in the first half. Although the Rebels lost, Chris Collins broke the Mississippi career reception record on the Rebels ' opening drive. That catch gave Collins 143 career receptions. Playing the Gators in The Swamp was the next challenge for the Rebels. In 2002, the Rebels beat Florida 17-14 which lead to the dismantle of the goal posts but that was not the case in 2003 (no posts were removed). The Rebels came into Florida with having the nation ' s worst pass defense, but it was good enough to beat Florida. The Rebels opened SEC play 2-0 for the second straight year by rallying past the twenty-fourth ranked Florida, 20-17. In a press conference after the game, Flowers, a junior from Pelham, Ala., said " It ' s great to have this kind of victory. It ' s more of a morale victory for us. We got out confidence back, especially the defensive backs. " The Rebels returned home for Homecoming on October 11 to gain a shutout over Arkansas State, 55-0. An interception by linebacker Justin Wade setup the first of two field goals by Jonathan Nichols bringing the score 20-0 at the half. Reserve quarterback Michael Spurlock led the Rebels to a pair of touchdown drives in the final period. The Alabama Crimson Tide would be the next team defeated b the Rebels on Hollingsworth Field. Victories over Alabama have been the rarest of commodities for Ole Miss with only beating the Crimson Tide eight times in 51 meetings. Manning came out firing as Ole miss went 24-0 when Brandon Jacobs scored on a ten-yard run with eleven seconds left in the first quarter. The Rebels beat the Tide 43-28. The Arkansas victory proved to be worthwhile as Nichols kicked four field goals as the Rebels defeated the 21st-ranked Razorbacks 19-7 to move into first place in the SEC West. The Rebels remained in first place and improved to 5-0 in the SEC for the first time since 1963 after holding off South Carolina to a 43-40 victory. Tremaine Turner ran for a career-high 117 yards on twenty-five carries. " It all worked out in the end, " Turner said. " We found a way to win. " The Rebels traveled to Auburn on November 8 to face Tommy Tubberville ' s Tigers. " We saw 15-20 plays that if we hadn ' t made the, we wouldn ' t have had a chance to win that football game, " Ole Miss Head Coach David Cutcliffe said. The Rebels held off Auburn with a 24-20 victory and a 6 - record. The final home game against LSU proved to be the toughest and fatalist game played all season with a the number three LSU Tigers beating the 15th ranked Rebels 17-14. Nichols missed two field goals during this game. Ole Miss has its six-game winning streak snapped, while LSU won its fifth straight. The decision of the West was but on the back burner as the Rebels traveled to Starkville for the 100th meeting to determine where the Egg Bowl will stay for another year. The Rebels sent MSU Head Coach Jackie Sherill into retirement with his worst Egg Bowl loss ever. The rainy, cold atmosphere did not stop the Rebels from having an great SEC season. The 31-0 shutout allowed the Rebels to ask " Are We Atlanta Bound? " The Rebels remained in the SEC West title race and reached nine regular-season victories for the first time since 1990. Ole miss could have earned its first trip to the SEC Championships if No. 3 LSU would have lost to Arkansas the day after the traditional Thanksgiving Egg Bowl. Every Rebel fan spent their day screaming " soowie " in a painstaking battle between LSU and the Hog s. The Rebels would have to settle for Co-West Champions along with an appearance to the Cotton Bowl. Eli Manning threw for 259 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score in his final game for Ole Miss, leading the No. 16 Rebels to a 31-28 victory over No. 21 Oklahoma State in the 2004 Cotton Bowl. One is obviously able to tell that this was a successful season for the Rebels and has truly catapulted them to the next level. What is in store for the 2004 season? Sv « " This raises the bar for us. " -Head Coach David Cutcliffe after the Cotton Bowl Right: The 2003 Rebel football team huddles around the pig skin after one of the victorious games they played this season. Far Right Eli Manning, a senior quarterback from New Orleans, La., points toward Chris Collins, a senior wide receiver from Gloster, Miss., before a toss in the LSI) game this past November atVaught- Hemingway Stadium. Date Opponent Score 8 30 Vanderbilt 24 - 2 1 W 9 06 Memphis 34 - 44 L 9 13 LA-Monroe 59- 14 W 9 27 Texas Tech 45 - 49 L 10 04 Florida 20 - 1 7 W 10 11 Arkansas State Homecoming 55 - W 10 18 Alabama 43 - 28 W 10 25 Arkansas 19-7 W 11 01 South Carolina 43 - 40 W 11 08 Auburn 24 - 20 W 11 22 LSU 14- 17 L 11 27 Mississippi State 3 1 - W Egg Bowl (Champions ) 1 02 Oklahoma State 31 -28 W Cotton Bowl (Champions) In alphabetical order: (players) Alan Abrams (9), Christian Albarracin (3 1 ), Slate Amos (82), Charlie Anderson(85), Stacy Andrews (67), Billy Armstrong (59), IrokoAyodele (3 1), James Baggett (12), Emil Baltic (6). Nate Banks (28). Rob Barnes (62). Chris Barrett (57). Danny Bell (44).Taye Biddle (7), Travis Blanchard (13), Ben Boatright (14), Tony Bonds (65), Daniel Booth (61), Ken Bournes (45), Paul Bowers (40). Ben Boyce (52). McKinley Boykin (68), Michael Bozeman (72), Joshua Braithwaite (30), Hunter Bray (41), Ben Brewer (23), Jimmy Brooks (83), Bryan Brown (4), Wesley Bryan (37), Doug Buckles (62). James Campbell (71 ), Rob Cannon (42). Charles Clark (20). Dedrick Clark(92). Frank Clayton (6).Tristin Cleve (22). Marcus Cohen (77). Chris Collins (8), Josh Cooper (99),Vicient DeLoach (56). Cass Dodgen (28), Thomas Eckers (60), Mike Espy (I I), Andrew Fetsko (26), De shuan Fields ( I ), Kirt Finnell (8 1 ), Ethan Flatt ( 1 9). Bill Flowers (84), Andrew Galbierz ( 1 5), Jeremy Garrett (54), Edwin Gelin (35), Mike Gibson (40), Kennedy Griffin (46), Steven Hall (II), Bobby Harris (75). Darryl Harris (50), Adam Hayes (3), Kyle Higginbothan (85), Mario Hill (87), Matt Hmkle (4), Anthony Hobgood (45), Craig Holcomb (32),Tavarus Home (30), Robert Hough (94). Keith Houston (32).Terrance Houston (55), Von Hutchins (5), Brandon Jacobs (27), Brandon Jenkins (90), Kerry Johnson (2), Marcus Johnson (76), Shawn Johnson (34), Travis Johnson (25), Miller Johnston (29), Broderick Jones (79), Ryan Jones (63), Robert Lane (15), Brian Lester (57), Webb Lewis (49), Lawrence Lilly (88). Daryl London (13), Eli Manning (10), Marquis McBeath (l).Trumaine McBride (3). Ronald McClendon (5), Tyler McKenzie (35), Sidney McLaurin (64), Patrick Means (24), Seth Michaelson (86). Chip Mills (37),Jayme Mitchell (77), Jesse Mitchell (95). Kareem Moore (22). Zachary Moore (8). Cameron Myers (36), Jonathan Nichols (86), Jamil Northcutt (38), Eric Oliver (26), Vashon Pearson (21), Matt Pierce (23), Chad Pilcher (28),Jamal Pittman (21), Rick Razzano (42). Connor Redfearn (93), Dontae Reed (44),Thad Rhodes (33), David Rice (27), Eric Rice (80), Cody Ridgeway (97), Trey Rishe (69), Rob Robertson (81), Cory Robinson (96), Kelvin Robinson (39), Lee Rogers (93), Antonio Sanders (66), Justin Sawyer (53),Wes Scott (17). Marvin Smith (43). Seth Smith ( 1 2), Barry South (25), L.P. Spence (48), Chris Spencer (73), Michael Spurlock ( 1 6),Tre ' Stallings (70), Carlos Suggs (89). Bryant Thomas (14). Lorenzo Townsend (33). Lamarace Tucker (2). lanTurner (36), Tramaine Tuner (47), Shelby Van Every (58), Marvin Vaughan (43), Justin Wade (51), Leroy Wallace (9), Keith White (4 1 ), Richard Whitfield (78), Andrew Wicker (9 1 ), Johnny Wickham ( 1 9), Joe Williams (97), Patrick Willis (49), Andrew Wilson (96). Cliff Woodruff (74 ), Dawan Woods (34). Marcus Woodson (29). Danny Wysong (20) (staff) David Abernethy (Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach). Alundis Brice (Graduate Assistant). Steve Cheatham (Asst. AD for Football Operations). David Cutcliffe (Head Coach). Chuck Dnesbach (Defensive Coordinator Secondary), Noel Durfey (Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach), Marion Hobby (Defensive Ends Coach), Walker Jones (Coordinator of Football Operations), Jim Knowles (Linebackers Recruiting Coordinator), John Latina (Offensive Coordinator OL Coach), Matt Luke (Tight Ends Assistant Offensive Lines Coach), Ruben Mendoza (Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning), Ron Middleton (Runnings Backs Special Teams Coach), Leroy Mullins (Director of Sports Medicine), Tim Mullins (Head Athletic Trainer), Rick Petri (Defensive Tackles Coach). Kurt Roper (Quarterbacks Coach). Zac Roper (Graduate Assistant), John Ross (Head Equipment Manager), Roger Wilson (Graduate Assistant), Thomas (T.D.) Woods (Receivers). 8 6 [ath letics ' There is nothing else that compares to 60 - 80 thousand people cheering you on, now that ' s football! " -Cody Ridge way, a junior punter from Jackson, Tenn. off the jie( £... Since 1893, Ole Miss Football has produced these remarkable achievements: 3 National Champions 6 SEC Championships 3 1 Rebel Teams participated in bowl games A run of 15 consecutive bowl appearances (1957-71) 19 Bowl Victories 21 BowlMVPs The 1937 Rebels made the first en masse flight by a college squad 39 first team all-americans 3 former players on all-tlme all-american TEAMS 16 Academic All-Americans 4 Rhodes Scholars 10 former players or coaches in the College Football Hall of Fame 7 National Football Foundation Scholar- Athletes 8 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners Over 190 Professional Players SEC " Team of the Decade " (50s) 130 Television Appearances Overall Record of 583-428-35 17 NCAA Individual Champions 10 NCAA TEAM STATISTICAL CHAMPIONS Numerous NCAA and SEC record holder The " off the field... " interview with Coach David Cutcliffe could not be completed due to scheduling conflicts. Jonathan iJicdoCs Jonathan Nichols a junior kicker from Greenwood, Miss. " This season was astonishing and amazing. We started back in January and knew this season was special. We were doing it for the seniors. " " Football is a team sport. It ' s a bunch of guys coming together as a family to really work hard before playing the big game. " " From a kicking standpoint, the most important kick is the next, you cant worry if you miss the last one. You have to go on to the next, which is why I would like to go back to the LSU game and kick the 36 yarder. It was personally a disappointment and for the team as well but if given the chance to go back, I know we could have beaten them. " " We have great expectations for next season and we have a great recruiting class that has helped out a lot. If everyone continues to work hard, we can accomplish big things. " Cody Ridgeway a junior punter from Jackson, Tenn. " This was an exciting and remarkable season. This shows that football is the true definition of teamwork and if people are not doing their jobs, it can make or break the plays. This was a great year were everyone came together defensively and offensively. We were more like a family than a team. The coaches were really enthusiastic and knew what they were doing. They love the game. ' " If I was able to go back to the Texas Tech game, I would have liked to catch the ball that went over my head. " " Next season we plan to come out fast and play ball and hopefully finish like we did this year, if not even better. " Taye Biddle a sophomore wide receiver from Decauter, Ala. " This season was exciting and surprising. We made big steps and made progress. We showed the fans and everyone what will be going on in the future. And next season, we are going pick up where we left off. We will basically be the same team but would have matured. " " In the two games were I had drops, I would have kept my eye on the ball and made the catch. It ' s a common mistake wide receivers make but I would, if I could, go back to that and make the catch. " " I believe you should take everything as it unfolds. Just take it as it comes. " fc 3t ball | y r a pass from senior quarterback Eli Manning, Brandon s, a sophomore running back from Long Beach, Miss., runs three Alabama Crimson Tide football players to score on a rard run with eleven seconds left in the first quarter. w I 1 I hxjfcba hfl9 -|Abadie - 5ell Aa Abadie, Miriam 193,200 Abernethy, David 353 Abide, Lauren 218 Abide, Leslie 185,218 Abies, Christopher 2 1 8 Abraham, Michael 193 Abraham, Trish 31 I Abston, Sarah 76, 88, 1 8 1 Academics 104 Acren, Kristen 200 Adah.Ameze 125, 172, 174 Adams, Allison 159, 188 Adams, Audra 369 Adams, Candice 193 Adams, Cassie 200 Adams, Jeannie 171, 188 Adams, Megan 200 Adams, Slate 336 Adcock, Mary Margaret 200 Adjei.Fred 171 Adkins, Suszanne 200 Agnew, Ronnie 74 AhPing, Laurie Lyn 146 Aiken, Robert 200 Aills, Brittany 218 Air Force ROTC 1 67 Alabi.Adebanjo 200 Alayli, Karim 367, 368 Albarracin, Christian 200 Aldag, Michelle 193 Aldreage, Parker 184 Aldredge, Courtney 193,218 336 Aldredge, Parker 344, 345 Aldridge, Marquita 354, 355 Aldridge, Ryan 200 Alemu.Tesfa 125, 171, 172, 200 Alexander, Dwana 283 Alexander, Trey 158, 159 Alford.Ashley 311 Aleta, Dr.Ali I 14 Alipoe.Adole 193,200 Allen, Brittany 200 Allen, Derrick 346,357,358 Allen, Gregory 218 Allen, Kienan 200 Allen, Kristal 193,200 Allen, Nicole 189, 193 Allen, Rachel 200 Allen, Ryan 178 Allen, Sidney 69, 150 Allen, Tommie 200 Allgoodjohn Hunter 218, 261 Allison, Brandy 239 Almon, Wendy 151 Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. 290, 294 Alpha Lambda Delta 1 83 Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc. 290,325 AlphaTau Omega 321 Alvord, Betsy 1 85 Amborn, Rob 341 American Institute of Chemical Engineers 148 American Society of Civil Engineers 149 Anazia, Gregg 153, 174 Anderson, Antisha 354 Anderson, Ashanti 186, 190 Anderson, Ashley 200 Anderson, Charlie 384 Anderson, Dabbs 261 Anderson, Frank 124 Anderson, James 282 Anderson, Jim I 14 Anderson, Julie 218 Anderson, Mario 182 Anderson, Mark 282 Anderson, Nathan 218 Anderson, Nicole 185 Anderson, Ryan 162, 163 Andrews, Ashley 218 Andrews, Elizabeth Ann 151, 189 Andrews, Stacy 354, 355 Andrews, Toy 175 Anstead, Samantha 200 Apperson, Jeremy 200 Apple, Buddy 185 Apple, Jarold 76,85 Appling, Jamie 200 Armstrong, Grace 185, 188, 200 Armstrong, Rasheed 125,200 Army ROTC 1 55 Arnaman, Michael 150, 151, 153, 184,287,336 Arnold, Amie 70 Armstrong, Angela 200 Arnold, Lindsey 159, 163 Arnow, Paul 200 Arrison, Christopher 372 Arroyo, Elliot 200 Arther.Trashienda 200 Ashby, Victoria 282 Ashford, Allison 218 Ashmore.John 194 Associated Accounting Student Body 148 Associated Student Body 1 78, 180 Association of Information Technology 182 Atapattu, Kaumudi 150, 194, 324 Atchison, Samantha 2 1 8 Ater, Kristen 200 Athletics 347 Atkins, Michael 218,354,372 Atkinson, Brandon 354, 355 Atkinson, Kyle 338 Aubrey, Erin 374, 375 Aucoin.Amy 189 Aufman, Matt 124, 193 Aufman, Matthew 150 Austin, Wilson 218 Avant.Toni 189 Avery, Miriam 151 Aycock,Anna 218,300 Ayers, Jessica 172,200,219, 304 Ayers, Madelyn 151 5b Babb, Crystal 124, 193,200 Babbitt, Nicole 76, 86, 177, 300 Babineaux, Charlie 348, 349, 350 Barnes, Sidney 194 Badie, Cortessia 172, 174 Barnett, Brandy 354 Bagley, Drew 1 20, 1 93 Barnett, Keshia 154 Bagwell, Laura 200 Barnett, Megan 3 1 1 Bailess, Rebecca 200 Barnett, Monica 353 Bailey, Aaron 193 Barr, Dereck 147, 172 Bailey, April 146 Barrentine, Lana 1 52, 382 Bailey, Brittney 188 Barrett, Mary Ann 152,185, Bailey, Charles 354 200, 2 1 6 Bailey, Elizabeth 200 Barrow, Leigh 375 Bailey, Kamesha 170, 171,200 Barry, Katherine 298 Bailey, Katie 70, 178,316 Barry, Kelly 36 Bailey, Kevin 76 Barter, Sheila 185 Bailey, Matthew 218 Bartlett, Bernadette 375 Bailey, Meredith 218 Bartlett, Martin 1 85 Bailey, Sherret 146 Barton, Priscilla 76, 146, 150, Bajaj.Parul 185, 186 154, 124 Baker, Amanda 151, 188 Baseball 349, 35 1 Baker, Bradley 180, 185, 190 Basile, Florencia 369 Baker, Elizabeth 218 Basinger, Andrew 193,200 Baker, Laura 151 Basketball 359 Balducci, Lou Ann 188,218 Baskin, Cassie 186 Ball, Sara Martin 164,218 Baskin.Chad 151,197 Balthazar, Kristin 218 Bass, Kesia 354 Balthazar,Tin 312 Batte, Leighton 298, 299 Baltic, Emil 200 Batton, Racheal 164,200 Banahan, Jessica 66, 76, 151, Baugh, Jonathan 175 1 54, 1 78 Baulum, Donavan 200 Bandy, Melissa 218, 321 Baumann, Charlene 193,200 Bankhead, Lenta 1 50, 1 72 Baumann, Julie 76 Banks, Emily 186 Baxter, Teresa 124, 185, 172, Banks, Waylon 193 200 Baral, Susanna 1 93, 267 Beam.TJ. 348,349,350 Barber, Sarah 154,312 Bean,Alan44,76,89,98, 176, Barber, Stephanie 354, 372 194 Bardwell, Margaret 1 54 Beardsley, Jennifer 201 Barefield, Henry 171,233,275 Bechtol, Cooper 201 Barefoot, Brett 342 Beckley, April 171, 172,212 Barham, Pat 323 Beckman, Hillary 374, 375 Barkley, Ashley 218 Beckman, Lindley 374, 375 Barkley, Corrie 2 1 8 Bee, Blake 1 5 1 , 287 Barksdale, Matt 159 Beeman, Lindsey 201 Barksdale, Xan 350 Begley, Steven 1 24, 20 1 Barme, Laura 188 Beiermann, Steve 350 Barner, Amanda 186,219,290 Beitzel, Ben 1 62 Barnes, Kelly 76 Bell, Chris 331 Barnes, Molly 232 Bell, Joseph 189 Barnes, Rod 356, 358 Bell, Kellie 147, 173, 185, 188 5ennett - Caldwell p Bennett, Johnny 175 Bennett, Kristopher 218 Bennett, Mary Nell 375 Bennett, Reginald 172,218 Benoist, Molly 299 Benson, Kyla 185 Bentley, William 77, 178 Benvenutti, Nick 179 Benvenutti, Benjamin 201 Berg, Michael 218,274 Bergandi, Sara 128 Bernard, Franz 354 Berrong, Kathryn 3 1 5 Berry, Johnson 330 Bertrand, Rebecca-Noel 147, 160, 161, 173, 180,218 Bertucci, Stephen 1 95 Best, Nathan 140 Beta Theta Pi 322 Bethley, Carl 193 Betsayad, Jessica 191 Betts, Lura 20 1 Bevan, Christen 146 Beyer, Lisha 364, 365 Beyers, Mark 369 Beyers, Mike 371 Bials, Brittany 20 1 Bianco, Mike 349, 350 Bibb, Harrison 329 Biddle, Courtney 375 Biddle.Taye 354, 355, 387 Bier, Tyler 321 Billings, Marjorie 297 Billingsley, Margaret 186,218 Billingsley, Scott 146, 184 Billman, Lauren 159, 188, 193 Bills III, Robert 173 Bingham, Elyse 218 Binion, Bruner 343 Binns, Nena 188,218 Bishop.Allison 282 Bivens, Stacey 1 85 Bjorklund, Susie 183, 185, 186 Black Student Union 1 25, 29 1 Black, Andrea 218 Black, Elizabeth 185,302 Black, Jacque 307 Black, Laura 261 Black, Lauren 201 Black, Natalie 282 Barrett, Ann Blackburn 151, 301 Blacker, Paige 153 Blackledge, Stacy 218 Blackmon.Tanyatta 172 Blackwell, Doug 354, 372 Blackwell, Genia 372 Blackwell, Jenna 15 I Blackwell, Richard 184 Blake, Paul 77 Blanchard, Zachery 175 Bland, Michael 354 Blankenship, Daniel 159 Bledsoe, Brendan 183 Blessey, Grace 193 Blevens, Carly 193,201 Blevins, Timothy 201 Blissett, Jerome 174 Block, Kevin 321 Blocker, Christopher 20 1 Blount, Emily 186,218 Bloxom, Elliot 175 Blythe, Robert 218 Bobo, Lotoya 20 1 Boehmer, Mary Catherine 133 Boggs, Doug 1 82 Boisture, Roiann 364 Bojowon, Lukman 201 Boler, Charles 167 Beth, Mary Boler 201 Boler, Patrick 201 Boler, Phillip 125, 185 Boler, Terrell 201 Boles, Brandi 193 Boleware, Katie 152,382 Bolger, Meghan 364, 365 Bolton, Lauren 173 Bond.Tarsha 172 Bonner, Andrew 193 Boone, Christina 185 Boothe, Valerie 378, 379 Boozer, Amanda 201 Borrelli, Benji 152,382 Boshers, Sarah Frances 194 Boudreaux, Bryan 345 Bourdeaux, Norma 194 Bowen.Jay 356,358 Bowen, Sara 204 Bower, Kate 1 93 Box, Lauren 218 Box, Thomas 218 Boyd, Brandon 148,201 Boyd, Frances 194 Boyd, Laura 3 12 Boyd, Lucas 363 Boyd, Stewart 151 Boyer, Sara 353 Boykin, Jessica 188 Boylan, Brooks 151, 185 Bozeman, Eric 358 Brabec, Claire 201 Bracey, Demetria 1 93 Bradley, Natalie 218 Bradshaw, Nick 350 Brady, Lauren 317 Brahs, Andrea 353 Brame, Lindsay 201 Bramlage, Jenny 2 1 8, 3 1 4 Branch, Kim 193 Branch, Kimberly 201 Brandenberg, Rob 201 Brannan, Bernnie 201 Brannon, Brandon 245 Branson, Maria Ann 201 Brantley, Ashley 174,201 Brantley, Erica 1 25 Brantley, Leonard 325 Branton, Deborah 218 Braseth, Ralph 162 Brashier, Grant 159,264 Brawner,Alyssa Jill 218 Bray, Laura 219 Breaux, Kimberly 201 Breazeale, Marianna 173 Breland.Jared 150 Brent, Wayne 358 Brent, Whitney 190 Brewer, Anna 282 Brewer, Kristen 1 85 Brewer, Sandra 219 Brickey, Karen 178, 185,219 Brickey.Tyndale 77, 150, 151, 185, 189 Bridges, Denise 172 Briggs, Jessica 193 Brill, Dana 219,353 Brim, Kristy 172 Bristow, Robert 321 Britt, Lollie 151,298 Brock, Anna 201 Brock, Ramsey 201 Brooks, Christopher 172,201 Brooks, Lenwood 1 5 I Brooks, Lindsay 354 Brooks, Raney 282 Broome, Abigail 201 Broome, Maxie 229 Brorby, Beth 354, 372, 373 Broussard, April 170,219 Broussard, Barry 151 Brown, Adrienne 317 Brown, Amanda 77 Brown, Angela 186 Brown, Bryan 358 Brown, Byron 194 Brown, Cannon 201 Brown, Carletta 359, 36 1 Brown, Carlos 219 Brown, Emily 375 Brown, Jamie 125, 185 Brown, Katherine 173 Brown, Katie 117, 183,201 Brown, Kenna 219 Brown, Lauren 185,207 Brown, Lindsey 191,219 Brown, Marquita 1 26, 1 62 Brown, Whitney 219 Broyles, Kathryn 201 Bruce, Ashley 154 Bruce, Jessica 182 Bruford.Alaina 151 Brune, Shelby 193,219 Bruno, Adrienne 219 Bryan, Spencer 178,219 Bryant, Andrew 148 Bryant, Julia 201 Bryson, Chris 146 Buchanan, Lanne 100 Buchanan, Ellen 359, 360 Buchanan, Sarah Rose 201 Buffington, Ashley 193,381 Bui, Rose 194 Bullard, Amanda 312 Bullard.Ty 342, 343 Bullen, Daphanee 201 Bullock, Nicole 175 Bunn, Kyle 350 Buntin, Holly 151,307 Buntyn, Brandee 147, 173, 180, 185, 186,219 Burch.Amy 282 Burch, Carrie 201 Burchfield, Charlie 201 Burchfield,Hays77,89,l64, 172, 181, 188 Burchfield, Heather 164,201 Burgess, Kathryn 189 Burgess, Kathy 193 Burgess, Shayla 232 Burkhead, Charisa 3 1 3 Burks, Jamison 175 Burnett, Kisha 146 Burnham, Jeremy 193 Burns, Jamie 147,374,375 Burns, Kelly 239, 258 Burns, Natale 151 Burton, Dustin 1 34 Bussey, Jenny Lind 201 Butler, Alan 329 Butler, Anginita 125, 174,201 Butler, Denaya 1 5 1 , 1 74, 3 1 9 Butler, LuAnn 193 Butler, Tashietha 125, 149, 153, 174, 189,236 Butts, Casey 67, 77, 90, 148, 177 Butts, Kennon 148 Bynum, Sarah 185,219 Byrd, Isaac 326 Bryd.MindyJo 185 Byrd.Nakedra 125, 172,219 Cc Cage, Claudette 1 46 Cai n, Brennan 194 Cajoleas, Jimmy 201 Calcote, Garrieth 158, 159 Caldwell, Cheryl 282 Caldwell, Flora 149 Caldwell, Katie 68, 151 - i . ' am 1 . 1 Pfer ! wAm 1 c _ " F - er Jii H _ j IBlf £ j r ■. ifm ' in ■ ■J Callahan - Donaldson Callahan, Mary Jane 353 Callahan.Tiffany 282 Callahan, Wesley 124 Callegari, Jonathan 219 Camburn, Rachel 219 Camel, Rozerrio 174 Campany, Haley 282 Campbell, Danielle 297 Campbell, David 202, 282 Campbell, Justin 354 Campbell, Lane 342 Campbell, Regan 185, 186 Campesi, Kat 286 Canale, Brett 354 Cannada, Baker 342 Cannada, Katie 173, 185,219 Cannada, Warner 68 Cannon, Crystel 164,219 Cannon, Patricaia 282 Cannon, Robert 202 Cannon, Stanley 193 Canoy, Amanda 194 Cansdale, Elizabeth 359 Cantrell, Brett 194,343 Capplemanjohn 193 Card, Morgan 151,300,301, 328 Carder, Adam 159 Cardosi.Amy 77, 151,315 Carey, Caitlin 3 12 Carey, Lisa 3 1 5 Carlton, Benjamin 219 Carmichael, Lee 36 Carpenter, Julie 163 Carr, Bonnie 219 Carrington, Emery 162 Carroll, Clay 219 Carroll, Crista 3 16 Carroll, John 372 Carroll, Kristen 375 Carroll, Sawyer 193 Carson, Fowler 202 Carstens, Briana 173, 193, 219 Carter, Catherine 202 Carter, Chase 350 Carter, Octavia 354 Carter, Sara 1 93 Carter, Tara 171, 185,282 Carter, Wesley 36 Cartlidge, Gabe 193 Cartlidge, Gabriel 185 Cartwright, Sally 315 Cartwright, Travis 202 Casali, Elizabeth 194 Case, Hardy 53 Caskey, Katherine 202 Cason, Courtney 202 Cassity.Josh 193 Cate, Lori 364 Caten, Rachel 316 Cathcart, Natalie 185 Caufield, Bethany 297 Caughlin.Tom 150, 184 Ceasar, Melissa 173,219 Cease, Meghan 185,219 Certion, Erica 219 Certion, Jackie 125 Certion, Jacqueline 313 Chadwick, Billy 366, 368 Chambers, Cynthia 219 Champ, Jacob 175 Champion, Chris 178,219, 342 Champion, Michele 189 Champlin.Adele 354 Chancellor, Lauren 185 Chandler, Shannon 202, 372 Chaney, Mark 320 Chaney, Sarah 1 93 Chapman, Adam 195 Chapman, Amberly 193,202 Chapman, Robert 202 Chapman, Shekenna 202 Chapman, Sonya 151,290, 319 Chen.Yi 202 Cheney, Mark 179 Chesney,AJ 193 Chew, David 202 Chi Epsilon 1 24 Chief Emissary Officers 1 50 Childers, Amanda 202 Childers, Jennifer 151, 154, 297 Childers.Tiffany 193 Childs, Litisha 125,219 Chinn, Austin 193 Chitwood, Jordan 353 Choate, Jessica 194 Chotin, Hanna 202 Chrestman, Timothy 154 Christopher, Martha Ellen 152,382 Chucri, Patrick 368 Chung, Que 147 Church, Brent 202 Church, Jacob 154, 167 Ciorascu, Paul 366, 368 Clabough, Karen 77, 120, 160 Claney, Meghan 1 93 Clark, Alex 147, 151 Clark, Alexandra 185, 194 Clark, Amanda 173 Clark, Brian 219,334,335 Clark, Charlie 330 Clark, Dedrick 219 Clark, Donald 173 Clark, Jeff 368 Clark, Len 202 Clark, Meki 153, 125, 172,219 Clark, Paula 77, 79, 90, 154 Clark.Trey 219,343 Clay, Adam 193,219,324 Clay.Timothy 125 Clay, Wesley 326 Clayborne, Kayla 185, 188 Cleark, Kenyatta 219 Clements, Erin 219 Clemmer, Melissa 282 Cliburn, Dustin 350 Clifford,Allyson 202 Clinard.Jena 219 Close, Elgalene 146 Clower, Stephanie 2 1 9 Cobb, Joseph 146 Cobb, Matthew 193 Cobern, Whitney 282 Cochran, Lindsey 202 Cockrell, Chris 193 Cockrell, Elizabeth 282 Cofer.Anne 202 Coggins, Heather 193,202 Coker, Brad 2 1 9 Cole, Cassie 202 Cole, Chris 125, 170 Cole, Ellen 297 Cole, Kacey 266 Cole, Kathyrn 2 1 9 Cole, Megan 202 Cole, Stephen 202 Coleman, Benjamin 150 Coleman, Eric 159, 188 Coleman, Jamie 170 Coleman, LaToya 125,219 Coleman, Lucrecious 167 Coleman, Reshika 202 Coleman, Stephanie 193 Coley, Caroline 151 Collins, Anna Margaret 202 Collins, Chiquita 125, 215, 219 Collins, Chris 385,386 Coin, Patrick 219 Colotta.Ashley 202 Combes, Josh 176, 177, 179 Combes, Michael 179 Conerly, Lindsey 300 Conerly, Priscilla 170, 172 Congleton.Joe 193 Conkin.Timothy 100, 180 Conley.Arlissa 304 Conlon, Catherine 3 1 7 Conner, Bethany 125, 173, 183 Conway, Mary 202 Cook, Austin 202 Cook, Jenny 194 Cook, Nicole 186 Cook, Paula 186 Cooper, Kelly Jo 154 Cooper, Matthew 339 Cooper, Tera 146 Copeland, Gretchen 151,315 Copeland, Pranati 193 Cotton, Carroll 182 Couch, Zach 253 Council, Onin 175 Course, M.C. 149 Cousart, Sarah Kate 364 Cousin, Shirod 125 Covington, Camille 202 Covington, Ronisha 149, 170, 189 Cowan, Drew 33 1 Cowart, Woody 362 Cowart, Lindsay 202 Cox, Andrea 151, 189 Cox, Dorsey 298 Cox, Jenny 353 Cox, Jessica 146 Cox.Johnathan 202 Cox, Justin 158, 159 Cox, Kristin 353 Cox, Stephanie 146, 150 Coyle, Andrew 202 Craig, Camp 183, 354 Craig, Campbell 173 Crain, Allen 160 Crawford, Brittany 185 Crawford, Natalie 78 Crenshaw, Cari 193 Crenshaw, Chuck 193,344 Cress, Justin 230 Crews, Nathan 248 Crews, Whitney 70 Crisp, Alicia 185 Crisp, Tyler 203 Crisp, Whitney 185 Cromeansjohn 203 Crosby, Noah 354 Cross Country 373 Crosswhite, Megan 203 Crowley, Ashley 150 Crum, Lauren 193 Cruse, Blake 341 Cummings, Fred 175,372 Cummings, Laura, 203 Cunningham, Candace 125, 186,258 Cunningham, Jack 125,331 Cupps, Anthony 350, 35 1 Curcio, Michael 320 Currie, Christen 152,203 Curry,Alicia 203 Curry, Keisha 146 Cutcliffe, David 385 Cutrer, Matthew 372 Dd Dabbs, Clayton 194 Daily Mississippian 1 62 Dale, James 33 I Dale, Ron 120 Dale, Tony 189 Daley, Llamar 1 84 Dandridge, Alexis 283 Daniel, LaTina 185 Daniels, Tina 259 Dannreuther, Drew 203 Darby, Rebecca 151 Dares, Jene ' 203 Darnall, Devin 354, 372 Darrow, Kerri 173, 185 Darwin, Carrie 189 Davenport, Malarie 203 Davidson, Brittani 146 Davidson, Katie 364, 365 Davidson, Leslie 3 16 Davis, Bret 185,203 Davis, Caitlin 3 15 Davis, Chasity 188 Davis, Chris 193 Davis, Darcy 1 64 Davis, Elizabeth 203 Davis, Emily 203 Davis, Erica 179, 193,203 Davis, Jennifer 194 Davis, Kerrie 364 Davis, Lindsey 193 Davis, Mark 203 Davis, Matthew 1 5 1 Davis, Timothy 162 Dawson, Caroline 203 Dawson, Jarod 154 Day, Christine 173 Day, Leslie 352 De Marche, Jacques 193 Dean, Alicia 203 Dean, Cameron 339 Dean, Jason 286 Dean, Mamie 151,315 Debardelebeh.Alex 203 DeBoldJosh 189, 194 Deejay Paul 336 Deer, Candace 148 Dees, Marta Ann 239 Dehenre, Saheba 125, 167, 1 70, 204, 249, 3 1 3 Deibler, Melissa 203 Delius, Becky 253,276 DeLoach, Regina 186 Delta Delta Delta 301 Delta Gamma 302 Delta Psi 324 Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. 290, 305 Dempsey, Jordan 362, 363 Denley.Aramy 203 Denney, Kate 1 85 Dennis, Suzannah 203 Dennison, Laura 203 Denton, Drew 73,188 Deparrois, Marie 359, 360 Derrick,Allison 203 DeVould, Ashley 193 Deweese, Chad 203 Deweese, Clay 146 Diamond Girls 1 9 1 Dickerson, Dusty 203 Dickerson, Jennifer 193 Dickerson, Laura 3 1 5 Dickerson, Megan 314 Diffey, Miles 343 DiGeorge, Sean 354 Dill, Sarah 153,307 Diltz, Chris 147, 124 Dilworth, Cat 203 Dingier, Jennifer 193 Dipasquale, James 175 Dismukejacquelyn 300 Distinctions 64 Dixon, Bradford 1 89 Dixon, Chad 372 Dixon, Crystal 203 Dixon, James 184, 188 Dixon, LaTanya 1 2 1 , 1 5 1 , 295 Dodani, Menna 282 Doe,Weldon 203 Dollar, Jessica 189 Donahue, Rachel 186, 191 Donald, Kacie 185 Donaldson, David 151,342, 368 y ?l ind ex Donegan - Gomer Donegan, Hannah 159 Donovan, John 178 Donovan, Justin 350 Dorn, Fred 183 Dorsey, Louis 25 1 Dossett, Sheila 188 Dotson, Bud 203 Double Decker Arts Festival 64 Douglas, Amanda 151 Douglas, Joy 162, 163 Douglas, Julie 203 Douglas, Lauren 193 Douglas, Paige 1 54 Dove, Lauren 185 Dowd, Jessica 193 Dowdle, Rob 338 Dowell, Britt 203 Downing, Jacqueline 154 Downing, Stephen 185 Downs, Joshua 184 Dozier, Laura 203 Draper, Jay 152 Dreher, Caroline 191 Drummond.Will 342, 343 Ducking, Johnny 78 Dudding, Michael 322, 323 Duddleston, Jennifer 185 Duhon, Jonathan 151,328, 329 Duhon, Jonathon 328 Dulaney, Beverly 298 Dunagin, Jennifer 203 Duncan, Donna 182, 194 Dunn, Meyasha 203 Durbin,Taylor 300 Durfey, Noel 350 Durst, Catherine 151, 195 Dusza.Alex 193 Duval, Shanda 378 Dye, Caroline 181 Dye, Lauren 191 Dykes, Jennifer 147 Ee Earl, Chris 125 Eason.Abbie 203 Eatherly, Thomas 330 Eaton, Brenon 193 Eble,Tricia 375 Echols, Danny 290 Echols, Kirsty 193 Echols, Konina 282 Ector, Jermon 167 Edge, John 138, 139 Edmoundson, Erin 375 Edwards.Allison 283 Edwards, Amy 151, 179, 185 Edwards, Andrea 124, 174 Edwards, Anna 147, 125,215 Edwards, Charity 125 Edwards, Denise 283 Edwards, Ivan 372 Edwards, Jodi 203 Edwards, Karla 222, 305 Edwards, LaShonda 125, 172, 259 Edwards, Matt 33 1 Edwards, Megan 1 70, 203 Edwards, Sarah 203 Edwards, Stuart 175 Effel.Jack 146 Eilders, Hope 193 Elam, Justin 140 Elden, Dorothy 146 Elder, Blake 327 Eldridge, Nathan 339 Eley, Carolyn 203 Elliot, Robert Sr 74 Elliot, Edward 185 Elliott, Christian 339 Ellis, Kyle 362 Ellis, Rob 124, 193 Ellison, Rachel 354, 372, 373 Ellmer, Susan 203 Ellzey, Allison 102, 154, 185 Ellzey, Jennifer 154, 185 Ely, Julie 203 Emerson, Ashley 203 Emerson, Beth 3 12 Emerson, Charles 78 Emmons, Grant 167 Engineering Student Body 1 54 England, Allison 185 Engle, Michael 341 English, Jocelyn 193 Epermanis, Karen 189 Episcopal Church 1 72 Epperson, Halley 298 Erickson.Andy 147 Erickson, Christopher 78 Erickson, Courtney 203 Ericson, Heather 203 Erwin, Meredith 354, 372 Espy, Mike 8, 354 Estesjarrod 159 Etheridge, Lindsey 203 Etheridge, Robbie 100 Etter.Allie 298, 299 Evans, Emily 151, 186, 188, 315 Evans, J.J. 320 Evans, Kantress 1 49, 2 1 9, 304, 305 Evans, Laura 364, 365 Evans, Sara 214 Evans, Shelly 173 Evans, Whitney 203,298 Ewing, Battle 67, 151 Eymann, Kim 374, 375 Ezell, Lauren 308 rf Fair, Carashelle 203 Fair, Lauren 203 Fair, Laushelle 1 79, 1 85 Fair, Shirlaurence 153, 174 Farmer, Alexis 174 Farmer, Emily 312 Farrar.Todd 203 Farris Jr., Charles 74 Faulks, Emily 148, 173 Feathers, Brooke 153 Feathers, Nicci 188 Fellows, Gordon 151, 178, 342 Felts, Lori 193 Ferguson, Blair 70, 191,303 Ferguson, Brian 193 Ferguson, Cynthia 194 Ferguson, Jenni 193 Ferguson, Keisha 160 Ferguson, Lee 193 Ferree, Ashley 375 Ferreira, Renate 163 Ferris, Emily 78, 151, 184, 185 Fewell, Allison 185 Fidler, Stacie 167 Fiechtl, Jennifer 193 Field, Linsay 186 Fields, Patrick 358 Fillinger, Karen 29 Financier ' s Club 184 Fincher, William 204, 326 Fineout, Sarah 253, 276 Finnegan, David 181, 188, 190 Finnegan, Katie 204 Fioranellijohn 184, 185, 188 Fisher, Sharnai 372 Fisher-Wirth.Ann 138 Fitzpatrick, Chara 204 Fitzpatrick, Evelyn 282 Flanigan, Jason 356,358 Fleming, Laura Lee 184, 185, 316 Fletcher, Clinton 354 Flores, Ricky 1 54 Flowers, Bill 385 Flowers, Chris 167 Flowers, Tymingie 125 Floyd, Erin 193,204 Fly, Ann 298 Flynt Jr., Roger 74 Fogle, Brent 320, 32 1 Foil, Catherine 185, 195 Foil, Jennifer 185, 195 Fondren, Kayla 204 Foose, Ransome 151, 189, 330,331 Foote, Kenny 1 63 Football 385, 387, 389 Forbes, Eloise 193 Forbes, Kierra 204 Ford, Elizabeth 151,303 Ford, Kelley 314 Ford, Kelly 186 Ford-Caldwell, Melissa 146 Ford, Will 204 Forrester, Davidson 204 Foshee, Olivia 232 Foster, Ceritos 282 Foster, Jessica 150, 151, 154, 308 Foster, Lindsay 204 Foster, Robert 1 5 1 Fountain, Katherine 204 Fout, Daniel 1 54 Fowler, Elizabeth 204 Fowler, Eric 350 Fowler, Lauren 151, 188, 194, 303 Fowler, Lindsey 204, 303 Fowler, Taylor 350 Fowler, Tracy 172 Fox, Quentin 171 Foxx, Kendrick 356, 358 Foy, Mitchell 167 Frangiamore.Tina 151,286 Franklin, Christopher 149 Franklin, Lacey 204 Franklin, LaDonna 125, 167 Frasier, Stephanie 146 Fratesi, Jeffrey 15 I Frazier, Allen 175 Frazier, Lorna 1 50 Fedric, Kristen 191,230 Frederick, Kimberly 283 Freeman, Lana 70 Freeman, Lauren 204 Freeman, Robin 164,346 French, Jennifer 78 French, Megan 1 54, 1 94 Friar, J.W 124, 193 Fricks.Ashley 297 Frink, Regan 193 Fry, Ashley 194 Fry III, John 178 Frye, Emily 151, 188 Fuchsjohn 338 Fuller, John 151 Fullerton, Jeremiah 193 Fulton, Carlos 336 Fulton, Memory 186 Fulton, Naomi 204, 233, 274 Furtado, Cintia 172 Furr.Abby 153 G S Gable, Melissa 204 Gafford.Alex 204 Gaidner-Pippins, Fensha 174 Gailes, Monica 185 Gaither, Lori 41 Galef, David 138 Galloway, Shyra 124,185,204 Galtney, Mary 354 Galvan, Christina 151 Galze, Katie 204 Gamma Beta Phi 1 83 Gamma, Bethany 193 Gantz, Henry 342 Garcia, Daniel 182, 189 Garcia, Elena 374, 375 Garcia, Jose 353 Gard, Catalin 367, 368 Gardino, Julie 151, 193,380 Gardner, Amy 204 Gardner, Carolyn 204 Gardner, Catherine 204 Gardner, Fenesha 1 72 Gardner, Jarrod 362,363 Gardner, Michael 1 70 Garmon, Minnie 282 Garner, Dana 204 Garner, Kip 193 Garner, Leah 1 59 Garner, Megan 204 Garner, William 193 Garrett, Karen 193 Garten, Ryan 334, 335 Gasquiet, Sophie 204 Gaston, G.C. 167 Gater, Jessica 193 Gates, Dr. Charles 1 7 1 Gates, Kathy 140 Gates, Sarah 148 Gatewood, Bettinica 204 Gatewood, Cathy 186 Gatewood, Chad 204 Gatlin.Anna 204 Gaurav, Kumar I 1 7 Gavin, Laura 378,379 Gay, Ross 1 52, 382 Gayden.Jamese 204, 277 Geddie, Nathan 164, 166,241 Gent, Gordon 151 Gentry, Julie 151 Gentry, Whitney 151 Gerard, Trina 172 Germany, Benjamin 204 Germany, Jennifer 78, 151, 180, 184, 185,298 Getzin.Joe 374, 375 Giannini, Mia 3 16 Gibbs, Damien 154 Gibbs, Dena 283 Gibbs, Devonne 150 Gibbs, Vanessa 204 Gibson, Ashley 150 Gibson, Jennifer 78 Gibson.TJ 193 Gilder, Chrissy 178 Gilfeather, Spencer 1 75 Gillaspy, Derek 328 Gillentine, Laura 189 Gillespie, Brittany 375 Gilliam, Jennifer Gilliam, LaToya 188 Gilner, Julian 181 Gilpin, Amanda 186 Gilstrap.Anne 337 Ginn, Matt 287, 328, 329 Girdley, Marci 316 Gist.Tenisha 359 Givens, Julia 185 Gladney, Lori 174,204 Glass, Jabarie 147, 153, 172, 181, 185, 193 Glass, Joy 185 Glass, Shantel 354 Glaze, Jessica 172 Glenn, Ben 151 Glid, Patrick 178 Glisson, Richard 179 Glorioso, Guy 363 Glover-Rodgers, Mary Cile 204 Goggans, Eric 167 Goggans, Robert 175 Golden Key 1 54 Golden, Marisha 172 Golmon, Courtney 204 Gome, Natalie 121 in dex ] W ■JGonten - Hines Gonten, Phillip 175 Goodman, Edwin 204 Goodman, Hunter 204 Goodman, Tenesha 125 Goodwin, D ' Atron 204 Goolsby, Deimara 172 Goolsby, Sheena 171 Gorog, Eliot 184 Gospel Choir 1 72 Gould, Sammi 375 Gould, Sean 205 Goulsby, Sheena. 205 Granderson, Kendall 358 Grant, Jalarna 174 Grant, Josh 350 Grantham, Myrinda 3 1 2 Granthem, Joseph 354 Grantley, Leonard 325 Graves, Andrew 78 Graves, Jordan 185 Gray, Austin 170 Gray, Joshua Gray, Keoni 125 Gray, Marian Park 303 Gray, Sara 205 Grayson, Ashley 205 Grear, Betsy 147, 153 Greathouse, Emma 3 I I Green, Cassie 205 Green, Kandi-Rae 261 Green, Pat 336 Green, Tim 323 Green, Tracie 205 Greene, Derek 374, 375 Greene, Nicholas 183 Greer, John 341 Greer, Smith 70, 3 1 5 Gregg, Christopher Lee 1 26 Gregory, Courtney 151, 188, 297 Gregory, Mark 354 Greshman.John 205 Griesedieck, Thomas 151 Griesser, Kelly 151,316 Griff, Lauren 310 Griffin, Ben 193 Griffin, Benjamin 205 Griffin, Carl 167 Griffin, Jeff 182 Griffin, Ralanda 205 Griffith, Clark 150 Grimes, Jeffrey 205 Grimm, Jeff 205 Grisham, Katy 170, 186 Grunwald, Kris 375 Gaunder, Robyn 354 Guckert, Kimberly 302, 303 Guerieri.Trey 205 Guerra.Jynette 205 Guinn, Marcus 193 Gunn.John 358 Gunther, Barry 350, 35 1 Gupton, Crawford 205 Guthrie, Sara 151 Gutshall, Elise 189,222 Guy, Kerri 300 Guyor, Jennifer 193 Guyton, Emily 300 Gwin, Stacy 251 Hh Haarmann, Patricia 175 Habitat for Humanity 1 49 Hadd, Nikki 364 Haggard, Allison 193,205 Haldiness, Samuel 205 Hale, Jon 341 Hale, Leah 182 Hall, Charles 175 Hall, Deidra 205 Hall.Deidre 172, 193 Hall, Holly 205 Hall, Justin 321 Hall, Karen 375 Hall, Kevin 174 Hall.Swayne 350 Hall, Sylvia 205 Hall.Wes 320 Hallauer, Caleb 193 Hallawayjeff 182 Harnett, Gray 339 Hamid.Afra 125 Hamilton, Chris 184 Hamilton, Jennifer 205 Hamilton, Nirvana 175 Hammett.Trip 330, 33 1 Hammond, Kate 151 Hammons, Caleb 354, 372 Hampton, Jeremiah 148, 174, 201 Hampton, Lakedra 205, 245 Hamsher, Mallory 372 Hanafee, Mae 1 27 Hancock, Allen 205 Hancock, Kara 194,297 Hancock, Keith 172 Hand, Derek 167 Hand, Spencer 124 Hankins, Blake 205 Hankins, Madeline 205, 225 Hanna.Josh 162 Hanne, Ashley 375 Hans, Sammy 205 Hansen, Daniel 182 Hansen, Noelle 298 Hansen, Ron 124, 193 Harboe, Karem 79, 369, 370, 371 Hardin, Brent 79, 151,331 Hardin, Mark 33 1 Hardy, Britte 353 Hargrove, Erin 146, 124 Harkins, Jennifer 205 Harkins, Michael 205 Harle, Stephen 193 Harmon, Amanda 170, 185, 188 Harnell, Jeremy 205 Harper, Aaron 358 Harper.Alicia 302 Harper.Anne 70 Harper, Anthony 170 Harper, Kristal 205 Harper, Leslie 153 Harper, Lindsay 151, 179, 185, 191 Harpole, Megan 205 Harries, Turice 146 Harrington, Elizabeth 170,205 Harris, Brandi 172 Harris, Cedric 205 Harris, Charles 342, 343 Harris, Courtney 125 Harris, Damon 354 Harris, Hayes 205 Harris, Kasey 172 Harris, Lateshia 205 Harris, Laura 179 Harris, Louis 125 Harris, Mark 170 Harris, Matt 205 Harris, Rachel 147, 188 Harris, Yannick 125 Harrison, Ashley 179 Harrison, Austin 148 Harrison, Casey 175 Harrison, James 205 Harrison, Katy 191 Harrison, Kristen 193 Harrison, Lauren 206 Harrod, Lindsey 151 Hart, Jamie 148, 151,342 Hart, Kaaindra 172 Hartfield, Heather 184 Hartley, William 148 Hartman, Alex 366, 367, 368 Hartsfield, Leila 1 73 Havard, Drew 148 Harvey, Amanda 354 Harwell, Jeremy 206 Haskins.Jim 167 Haskins, Lindsay 3 12 Hatfield, Ashley 70 Hathcoat, Stephanie 206 Hawkins, Carolyn Grace 206 Hawks, Jennifer 79 Hayden, Justin 175 Hayes, Candyce 150,205,206, 245 Beth, Carey Hayes 79, 1 93 Hayes, Justyn 193,206 Hayes, Vanessa 206 Haygood, Robert Jr. 206 Haymond, Ragan 206 Haynes, Mary-Grace 79, 8 1 , 147, 151, 164,303 Haynes, Miranda 186, 188, 233,235,259 Hazelwood, Berni 193 Head.Joneeta 125 Head, Stephen 348, 349, 350, 351 Heard, Sarah 206 Hearnejohn Michael 152, 382 Heath, jaci 188, 193 Hebert, Rebekah 185, 193 Hedges, Matt 184 Hegi.John 206 Heintz.Willisa 354,355 Helms, Collin 206 Hemphill, April 172 Hendee, Meg 261 Hendeley, Cliff 323 Henderson, Alexander 206 Henderson, John Mark 206 Hendrick.Will 167 Hendricks, Nichole 206 Hendricks, Nick 149 Hendrickson, Amanda 283 Henley, Leah 359, 360 Henley, Lee 163 Henley, Sarah 206 Hennekes, Shannon 307 Hennessey, William 331 Hennesy.john 327 Henry, Crystal 124,206,277 Henry, George 206 Henry, Morgan 339 Henson, Rebccea 206 Hereford, Stephanie 125, 172, 1 74, 206 Herndon, Susan 193 Herr, Robert 193 Herrick, Elton 167 Herring, Cliff 329 Herrington.Audry 175 Herrod.Aeryal 206 Herrod.Teki 125 Herzog.Anna 206 Herzog.John 77,79, 151,342 Hester, John 79, 151 Hewell, Brandi 151 Hey, Brian 150, 178 Hickman, Clint 79 Hicks, Antwon 354, 355 Higginbotham, Candis 3 1 2 Hill, Anna 151 Hill, Carl 206 Hill, Carolyn 372 Hill, Christal 206 Hill, James 325 Hill, Samantha 206 Hill, Sara 317 Hill, Sara Alice 118 Hillis, Darren 152 Hills, Heather 206 Hinckley, Jessica 193 Hines, Marc 175 Hines - K uerzr Hines, Robert 151, 194 Hinson, Carrie 153 Hinton, Haley 310 Hinton, Lizzie 303 Hise, Brad 146 Hitt.Adrienne 186 Hitt, Marty 1 85 Hitt, Mary Clift 79, 99, 151, 154 Hoag.Cristen 150, 151,303 Hobbs, Brian 167, 193 Hobson, Shundral 151, 125, 290, 29 1 Hodge, Sue 170 Hodges, DeMarco 147 Hodges, Deidra 125, 174,232, 238,258 Hoffman, Lauren 206 Hogan, Alison 206 Hoggard, Megan 186,314 Holbert, Madeline 80 Holcombe.Josh 182 Holden, Julie 150 Holder, Candice 179, 185,206 Holden, Lauren 267 Holdiness, Samuel 206 Holeman, Steve 374, 375 Holland, Rosland 193,206 Hollander, Abby 147 Hollauer, Caleb 185 Holliman, Mark 349, 350 Hollins, Glennetta 172,206 Hollis, Lauren 206 Hollis, Sarah 194 Hollowell, Annette 5, 125, 1 70, 249 Holman, Scott 159 Holmes, Amy 33, 193,380 Holmes, Kaylee 283 Holmes, Lloyd 181 Holmes, Ryan 80, 146, 149, 154 Holoman, Keyonte 125 Holtz, Shaun 358 Homecoming Week 32 Honaker, Greta 185, 194 Honeycutt, Natalie 184 Hood, Angela 206 Hood, Will 339 Hood.Wilson 340 Hopkins, Ginna 298 Hopkins, Jason 80, 194 Hopson, Heather 375 Hopton-Jones.Trey 321 Horn, Hanson 173 Horne.Alan 349,350 Horner, Daniel 194,206 Horton, Brittany 153 Horton, Leslie 283 Hosch, Roshanda 125,206 Hotz, Taylor 206 Houchins, Lawrence 173 House, Nikki 171 Houston, Latara 193,206 Houston, Laura 124, 127, 162 Howard, Charles 175 Howard, Rachel 206 Howell, Hunter 148, 193,206 Howell, Joseph 193, 194 Howell, Julie 206 Huang, Derek 193,206 Hubbard.Tomeco 125, 185, 186,235,258 Huber, Hamilton 184 Huber, Ryan 258 Hubler, Sarah 175 Hudon, Angela 186 Hudson, Phylandria 146 Hudson, Sara Beth 206 Hughes, Janna 149, 160, 125, 1 70, 1 72 Hughes, Jeremy 175 Hughes, Lauren 173 Hulbert, Collin 206 Hulsey, Laura 80, 184 Humphrey, Roberta 194 Hunsberger, Kelley 80, 164, 241 Hunt, Nicole 146 Hunter, Michael 146 Hurston, Wesley 206 Husni, Dr. Samir 138, 139 Hussey, Bernice 74 Hutcheson, Pam I 14 Hutcheson, Ben 206 Hutchins, Bradford 149, 170, 179 Hutchins, Von 384 Hutsell, Allison 151 Hylander.Alyssa 206 Hylander, Chris 167 II llion,Terrance 125, 171, 172, 205, 207, 23 I Inmon.Tywanna 359 Innman, Allan 193 Innman, Allison 154 Institute ofTransportation Engineers 146 Insurance and Risk Management Society 1 89 Interfraternity Council 288 Invictus 170 Ivey, Kelley 193 Ivory, Melissa 206 Ivy, Makedra 151 J J Jackson, Christianna 70, 149, 163, 170 Jackson, Fallon 239, 304 Jackson, Laura 207 Jackson, Lonnie 358 Jackson, Meg 152,207 Jackson, Nicole 291 Jackson, Octavia 125, 185,267 Jacobs, Amy 124,207 Jacobs, Brandon 385, 388 Jacobs, Mike 150, 184 Jamerson, Dalphne 125,233 James, Kelley 193 James, Stacy 1 88, 1 94 Janaskie, Justin 151, 193,323 Jarvis, Lynn 3 16 Jeansonne, Jennifer 160 Jefferies, Nicholas 174 Jeffries, Kofi 170 Jeffries, Meagan 1 5 1 Jemison.Will 163 Jenkins, Ben 167 Jennings, Amelia 207 Jennings, Whitney 6 Jensen, Kim 207 Jernigan, Dustin 207 Jernigan, Eric 207 Jernigan, James 194 Jernigan, Jennifer 103, 151, 308 Jernigan, Justin 354, 372, 373 Jerome, Chris 167 Jeyashekar, Nigil 194 Jiminez, Scotty 193 Joe, Craig 193 Johnson, Allison 193 Johnson, Ashley 359 Johnson, Austen 343 Johnson, Contina 283 Johnson, Cydney 193 Johnson, Elosha 174 Johnson, Erin 185 Johnson, Herman 207 Johnson, Jarvis 125, 193,207 Johnson, Jeff 5 Johnson, Justin 358 Johnson, Katie 163 Johnson, Lauren 3 10 Johnson, Michelle 291 Johnson, Patricia 125 Johnson, Paul 207 Johnson, Penny 283 Johnson, Shannon 152,382 Johnson, Tambria 207, 279 Johnson, Tim 182 Johnson, Tina 188 Johnson, Virginia 207 Johnson, Wesley 207 Johnson, Emery 207 Joiner.Alicia 207 Jones, Abigayle 207 Jones, Afton 259 Jones, Austin 151, 342 Jones, Bernard 125, 172, 185, 207 Jones, Brandy 182 Jones, Cameron 341 Jones, Camille 151 Jones, Candace 207 Jones, Claire 207 Jones, Danielle 151,291 Jones, David 283 Jones, Henderson 172 Jones, James Earl 61 Jones, Jemison 338 Jones, Jennifer 354 Jones, Jessie 146 Jones, Julie 80,86, 150, 151, 189 Jones, Kevin 207 Jones, Kimberly 188 Jones, Leigh Anne 282 Jones, Marquitta 172,202.207 Jones, Mary Lucia 298, 299 Jones, Monica 171,207,223 Jones, Patrice 125, 207 Jones, Patrice L. 188 Jones, Patricia 125 Jones, Paul 148 Jones, Sara 134 Jones, Scarlet 179,207 Jones, Walt 151, 185,340 Jordan, Erin 311,354,372 Jordan, Jennifer 151,315 Jordan, Lisa 150 Jordan, Sarah 307 Jorden, LaShande 188 Joseph, Jasmia 171,207 Joseph, Mark 175 Jourdan, Mollie 308 Journy, Patrick 354, 372 Journey, Khrissaundra 124, 172 Joy, Kim 207 Joyner, Katie 185 Judson.Amos 174 Judson, Karen 174 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders 152 Junior Varsity Rebelettes 153 Justice, DeDe 352, 353 Justice, Emily 124, 193 Justice, James 324 Kk Kacharos.Josh 175 Kane, Byran 363 Kappa Alpha 327 Kappa Alpha Psi Inc. 290 Kappa Alpha Theta 307 Kappa Delta 308 Kappa Kappa Gamma 3 1 I Kappa Sigma 328 Karlowicz, Elise 375 Katzenmeyer.Amy 193 Kauerz, Lee 300 i dex|v . ■I Kay McEwan Kay, Andrea 275 Kaylor, Brittany 193,207 Keane, Brandon 184 Keely, Lauren 129 Keen, Tanya 160 Keene, Whitney 307 Keenum, Blythe 188,207 Keith, Savannah 1 79, 1 88 Kelley.Josh 18 Kellum, Matt 150 Kelly, Chad 188 Kelly, Erin 154 Kelly, Kaela 375 Kelly, Shannon 127 Kemp, Jonathan 340 Kemp, Ann Lee 185,298 Kemper, Stephanie 151, 154, 256, 297 Kendricks, Marni 146 Keng, Carleen 207 Keshel, Seth 207 Keuter, Aaron, 207 Keys, Shannon 153 Khoo, Lay-Menn 148 Kidder, Mollie 207 Kieffer, Chris 162, 163, 194 Kilgore.Jeff 178,342,343 Kim Sumin 195 Kimbriel, Elizabeth 194 Kimbrough, Cole 178 Kimbrough, Kali 207 Kin, Josh 323 King, Adam 80, 151 King, Brandon 184 King, Carleen 172 King, Darling 174,207 King, Felicia 125, 171,207 King, Ginger 308 King, Leigh 173 King, Melissa 207 Kinnel, Kristi 125 Kirk.A.J. 334,335 Kirkley, Lindsay 172 Kirklin, Richard 358 Kirkpatrick, Amanda 164 Kisner, Carson 152,208 Kitchens, Brent 182, 194 Kitchens, Hunter 208 Kitchens, Katie 314 Kitchens.William 151 Kittridge, Brett 208 Kleinschrodt, Brian 193 Knight, Bridget 80, 150,319 Knight, David 146 Knight, Lamar 125,208 Knox, Kalista 208 Knox, Lacrecia 172 Koan, Luke 208 Koger, Bonnie 208 Kohner, Christopher 150 Kollath,Carlie8l, 170 Koon, Luther 208 Kortenber, Katie Leigh 208 Korthauer, Jeremy 182 Kosko, Mark 173 Kosman, Kim 191 Koury, Michael 189 J 96 ind ex Kowolski, Jessica 324 Kozar, Megan 353 Krafft, Erin 314 Kramer, Katie 375 Kramo,Amra 154 Krouse, Lindsey 191,296,297 Kruger, Edward 208 Kuhnle.Alyssa 193 Kuklinski, Ryan 350 Kurka, Christopher 175 Kuykendall, Thomas 208 Kwasek, Matthew 151, 184,189,287,329 Ll Laird, Katie 173, 185 Laird, Sean 174 Lake, Stuart 350 Lake, William 208 Lamb, Joshua 175 Lambda Sigma 1 73 Lammel, Matt 1 89 Lampton, Kelly 184 Lancaster, Jordan 151, 194 Lance, Justin 188,324 Land, Alma 208 Land, Ginny 3 12 Landis, Carter 331 Landreth, Dex 167 Landrum, Brandi 354 Lane, Amanda 3 15 Lang, Cassie 186 Langdon, Ashley 184 Lange, Bambi 208 Langford, Kelly 170 Langston, Lauren 184 Larison, Eddie 248 Larmour, Chase 208 Laror, Holly 283 Lasyone, Terry 283 Lauderdale, Mowora 282 Lauderdale, Neely 188 Lauere, Renee 195 Lauman, Mandy 208 Lauther, Melissa 151 Lavassani, Farah 70, 208 Lawson, Chris 354 Layman, Desiree 353 Layson, Jennifer 283 Layton, Peter 1 93 Leach, Samantha 378, 379 Leasure, Elizabeth 3 I I LeBlanc, Amanda 208 LeBlanc, Dustin 194,335 Ledbetter, Amanda 173, 185 Lee, Christopher 188 Lee, Cynthia 171, 193 Lee, Morgann 185,208 Lee, Preston 81, 151 Leech, Meredith 179 Legg, David 34 1 Leland, Darius 354 Lemonte, Travis 329 Lentino, Natalia 81,84 Lenwood, Brooks 342 Lenz, Jonathan 363 Leon, Nathaniel 175 LeSourd, Hudley 261 Lessure, Elizabeth 3 10 Lester, Dena 208 Lester, Richard 208 Letts, Candi 353 Levanway, Drew 342 Levy, Philip 194 Lewis, Andrea 148, 152,382 Lewis, Caroline 185, 188,208 Lewis, Jennifer 259 Lewis, Krystal 1 93 Lewis, Rebecca 208 Lezon, Clay 208 Li, Robert 1 93 Liddell, Paul 125, 171, 172 Lim, Ching-Sia 148 Lima, Lucianna 375 Lin, Fang 208 Lindholm, Claes 368 Lindsay, Ben 167,350 Lion.Terrance 148 Lipe, Erin 208 Listenbee, Zeke 172 Little, Olivia 193 Llewellyn, Travis 320 Lloyd, Latoya 1 93 Lockett, Christy 208 Lockhart, Susan 3 10 Loden, Justin 182 Lofton, Stephanie 1 93 Logan, Sarah 1 94 Loggins, Santana 208 Lohmar, Jimmy 354, 372, 373 Long, David 151 Long, Jennifer 208 Long, Joey 375 Long, Wilson 150 Lorenzen, Jennifer 208, 378, 379 Lott, Neely 149, 151,294 Lounsberry, Betsy 1 85 Louviere, Lindsey 208 Love, Sam 148,208 Love, William 147, 125, 185 Lovett, Joshua 175 Lowe, Barbara 1 37 Lowry.Kate 153,310 Lowry, Ruffin 326 Lucas, Lorelei 173, 183,312 Luckie, Amanda 208 Lucus, Jeremy 184 Luffburrough, Steven 334, 335 Luke, Clark 208 Luke, Dan 363 Luke, Zack 1 84 Luna, Lauren 208 Lusco, Olivia 152, 185, 191 Luse, Bernadette 364, 365 Luster, Sparky 33 1 Luster.Thomas 15 I Luste.Troy 121 Lynch, Amanda 341 Lynch, Courtney 171 Lyon, Lorrie 1 20, 1 60 Lyons, Jake 152 Mm Mabrey, Cynthia 151 Macauly, Callum 363 MacDonald.Will 167 MacDonnchadh, Patrick 208 Mackey, Laura Ann 1 52 Macklin, LaFadra 125, 172 Madden, Courtney 208 Maddock, Leslie 193 Maddox, Lindsey 158 Maddux,Andrew 338 Madison, Lindsey 151 Madson, Aaron 193 Magee.Ann 81 Magee, Laura 208 Maghess.Yancy 182 Mahalitc, Jamie 208 Makino, Hitomi 194 Malaysian Student Association 148 Mallette.Angie 146, 149 Malone, Gerry 171 Malone, Kenny 223 Malone, Kerry 171,214 Maloney, Ashley 208 Malpass, Jessica 134 MAMPIIMAGE 174 Manley, Nicholas 81 Mann, Rebecca 194 Manning, Eli 91, 385, 386, 388 Manning, McCall 81 Mansel, Ferriday 151 Manselljohn 208 Mansfield, Meredith 208 Maples, Courtney 208 Maranto, Michelle 316 Marcak, Amanda 354 Marchant, Melissa 185, 193 Marcoux, Danielle 354 Marcy, Kelly 208 Magro.Todd 81 Margolis, Mandy 214 Marino, Michael 326 Marion, Carol 81 Marion, Carol Anne 148, 151, 184,303 Marion, Laura 193,208 Marion, Melissa 193 Markle, Dustin 208 Marshall, Lucas 151, 194,322 Martin, Chris 124 Martin, Dan 344 Martin, Elizabeth 303 Martin, Eric 172, 185 Martin, Katie 193,208,381 Martin, Kerric 174 Martin, Leigh 160, 161,310 Martin, Richie 378 Martin, Sarah 209 Martindale, Howard 183 Maruca, Nicholas 175 Maruszak, Jordan 209 Marx, Justin 209 Mason, Christopher 2 1 4 Mason, Colby 337 Mason, Jessica 312 Massey, Cameron 1 75 Massey, Chris 185 Massingill, Lauren 193 Masso, Alexis 193 Mathis, Emily 125, 194 Maths, Keri 209 Mattel, Megan 375 Maxon, Katie 3 I I Maxwell, Katie 209 Maxwell, Latoya 146 Maxwell, Robert 330 Maxwell, Townes 324 May, Leslie 146 May, Mallory 209 Mayet, Lauren 209 Mayeaux, Kathryn 209 Mays,Tamieka 186 Mays.Tasha 186 Mayse, Adrian 125, 325 McAdory, Lajoi, 209 McAlister.Jenna 173 McAlister, Tress 151, 178 McBride, Latoya 354 McCall, Cristie 82 McCall, John 283 McCall, Misty 283 McCarthy, Kinney 151,316 McCaskill, Chasza 193 McCaskeill, Gigi 209 McCaughn,Tyler 185, 194 McCay, Haley 3, 164,361 McChesney, Matthew 1 94 McClain.Ally 188 McClain, Jessica 378,379 McClain, Kirby 193,209 McClanahan, Meghan 185 McClellan, Dominique 150 McClendon, Ronald 354 McClendon.Wade 209 McClure, Monique 354 McClure, Rachel 173,322 McCommon, Stacy 353 McCool.Kyle 170,209 McCormick, Robert 329 McCoy, Ashley 191 McCoy, Takashi 146,233 McCraw, Emily 188 McCreney, Shamara 29 McCullar, Salley 82, 150, 194 McCullum, Chase 188 McCune, Megan 194,375 McCurrach, Ashley 193 McCurry, Sarah 186 McCutchen, Taylor 185 McDonald, Bailey 31 I McDonald, Brooks 209 McDonald, Matt 193 McDonald, Wesley 209 McDonnell, Dan 350 McDougal, Bennet 307 McDougal, Brooke 193 McDowell.Tricia 82 McDuffie, Eugene 125 McElhaney, Kyle 167 McElwain, Lucas 209 McEwan, Maggie 324 McPall - Patterson I- McFall, Lauren 301 McFarland, Brian 193 McFatter, Daniel 49 McGee, Austin 160 McGehee, Austin 178, 193 McGinnis, Courtney 209 McGowan, Jennifer 375 McGowin, Sumpter 338 McGraw, Shana 307 McGuirt, Chelsea 209 Mclnnis, Robert 209 Mclntire, Rebecca 353 McKay, Bryce 354, 372 McKee,Trista 354 McKeigney.Will 182 McKenzie, Joanna 209 McKenzie, Laurie 160,315 McKenzie, Mellisa 209 McKibben, Caroline 150 McKibben, Megan 209 McKinney,Amy 165 McKinney, Meghan 125 McKinney, Meredith 185, 193 McKinney, Quana 146 McKnight, Jeremy 194 McLaren, Katie 193 McLaughlin, Myan 261 McLaurin, Arthur 151 McLead, Morgan 148 McLellan, Curt 119,350 McLellan, Ivy 209 Mcleod, Ashley 137,303 McLeod, Morgan 209 McMahan, James 283 McMillin, Callie 298 McMurphy.Anna 209 McMurray, James 151 McMurray, Sarah 315 McMurry, Kimberly 188 McNally, Harry 1 67 McNally, Rachel 209 McNeal, Roun 179 McNeel, Caroline 209 McNeil.Twan 319 McNutt, Jessica 209 McPherson, James 193 McRaney, Gerald 22, 297 McRight, Hunter 331 McVey, Gary 148 Medlin, Kelly 283 Meeks, Pamela 194 Meger, Katherine 209 Melton, Victoria 185 Men ' s Basketball 357 Men ' s Golf 363 Men ' s Tennis 367 Menard, Kristal 375 Merrell, Kathryn 173 Merreil, Katie 183 Merritt, Matthew 354, 372 Merriwether, Katie 300 Metcalf, Latasha 1 54 Metcalf.Tieryaa 125, 186, 187 Metzger, Robert 1 85 Meyer, Jennifer 3 12 Meyers, Margie 160, 161 Michaelson, Seth 209 Miles, Brandon 193 Miles, Charlie 193 Miller, Andy 209,210 Miller,Angela3l3 Miller, Dena 209 Miller, Ebony 172,205 Miller, Graham 320 Miller, Kelly 193,307 Miller, Morgan 354, 372 Miller, Romanda 125, 172, 186 Miller, Ryan 117 Miller, Stewart 354 Miller, Vickie 282 Mills, Wayne 126 Milne.William 172,324 Milner.Anna 209 Milner, Katherine 209 Milone, Lisa 209 Mims.John Morgan 350 Mims, Mathew 175 Minor, John 195 Minto Jr., David 209 Minton.Kim 124, 124 Mischker, Claire 280 Miss University 1 03 Mister, Jeffrey 125,233,238 Mitchell.Traci 164 Mixon, Kelly 193 Mize, Emily 194 Mize.Todd 146 Mock, Angela 209 Modeling Board 1 50 Moehring, Kendra 191,230 Moeller, Miriam 193 Moffit.John 282 Molpus.Nash 172 Momm, Henrique 280 Momm, Janice 280 Monsour, Mike 151 Montanaro, Pasquale 280 Montgomery, Latrena 1 72, 209 Montiel, Judith 185 Montjoy, Cliff 193 Montgomery, Arabella 191 Mooney, Mary Grace 209 Mooneyham, Brooks 193 Moore, Antwan 325 Moore, Carroll 186 Moore, Danyale 172 Moore, Haley 209 Moore, Havilah 209 Moore, Jeff 358 Moore, Joel 35,91,159, 190 Moore, Meredith 209 Moore, Ryves 209 Moore, Sheena 125,209 Moore, Steven 147 Moore, Tyler 323 Moreland, Chris 345 Morgan, Chris 368, 369 Morgan, David 148, 150 Morgan, Katie 146 Morisak, Carlea 146 Morisch, Ronnie 193 Morland, Chris 344 Morris,Ashley 322 Morris, Becky 189 Morris, Brad 150, 184 Morris, Lillian 171,209 Morris, Marci 193 Morris, Rebekah 193 Morrison, Bryce 350 Morrison, Jennifer 185 Morrison, Sarah 173 Morrissey, Abbey 316 Morrow, Anne 301 Morse, Kristen 193,209 Morter Board 1 84 Mosley, Courtney 193 Moss, Jimbo 326,327 Mossberg, Matt 350 Mosselman, Sara 209 Mosteller, Clifton 82 Motes, Rachel 209 Mott, Allison 210 Mott, Joanna 179 Mouron, Christopher 339 Mowat, Katherine 364 Mraz, Jason 26 Mueller, Amy 307 Mukoro, Lesley 182 Mukuro, Stephanie 210 Mullins, Heather 188 Mulvihill.Tara 2 1 Manish,Munjal,280 Murchison, Cassie 258 Murchison, Jennifer 210 Murff, Kristen 193,210 Muroko, Lawrence 205, 245 Murphey, Amy-Hardin 298 Murphy, Andy 193 Murphy, Hershel 210 Murphy, Kayla 303 Murrah, Christy 146 Murray, Babs 210,298 Murray, Jeanelle 280 Murray, Micah 167 Muruako, Lawrence 23 I Muruako, Michael 1 74 Musselman, Sara 210 Myers, Casey 1 50 Myers, Chuckkena 186 Nn Nadeau, Meghan 82, 180, 185 Nance, Ashley 151 Nappy Roots 26 Nasbau, Meghan 3 1 I Nash, Lindsay 272 Nash, Thomas 210 Nash, Zack 210 Nathan, Lawrence 21 0 National Association of Black Journalists 149 National Pan-Hellenic Council 290 National Society of Collegiate Scholars 1 89 Nations, Ashley 154 Navarrete, Carley 2 1 Navy ROTC 1 75 Neal.Jomanique 125 Neal.JoMonique 222, 274 Neal, Rebekah 189 Neal, Thomas 210 Neely, Jennifer 210 Neely, Lila Lee 151 Nelson, David 167 Nelson, Lauren 191 Nelson, Marketta 193,313 Nesbitt, Jessica 92 68,82 Netherly, Haley 210 Nettles, Tyson 178 Neveleft, Alley 184, 194 Newberry, Jacob 193 Newman, Brent 193 Newman, Brian 336 Newsom, Erin 359 Newsom, Gregory 172 Newson, Gregory 193 Newson, Travis 282 Newswatch 12 161 Newton, Leigh 82, 151, 308 Nichols, Amber 194 Nichols, David 33 1 Nichols, Jonathan 385,387 Nicholson, Deanna 193,210 Nicosia, Julia 210 Niemeyer.Jeff 363 Nittala, Kalyan 280 Nixjenna 191 Nix, Marie 151, 195 Nixon, Michelle 185 Noah,Tamara 124 Nobile.Amy 210 Nobile, Ashley 315 Nobles, Doniqu e 291 Noblitt.Tatum 150 Norberg, Elizabeth 189 Norburg, Elizabeth 286, 288 Nordon, Gabie 146 Norman, Mary-Brandon 152, 210 Norris, Field 180,331 North, William 210 Norton, Cassie 82,92, 150, 151, 153, 154, 180, 184, 188, 190,308 Norwood, Shana 171 Novarese, Julie 151 Nowlin, Amanda 210 Nozinich, Matt 322, 323 Nunnally, Ashley 171 Oo O ' Connor, Jersey 159 O ' Neal, Brian 354, 372 O ' Neal, Jennifer 146 O ' Neal, Sean 33 I O ' Neal, Stacy 280 O ' Rear, Erica 334 Oberman, Lauren 3 I I Ochsner, Kevin 150 Odie, Kenisha 172 Odom, David 185 Ogbebo, Fortune 280 Ogden, Elizabeth 162, 163 Ohrman.Jillian 375 Ohwofasa, Eruke 1 70, 1 72, 215,249 0 e Miss Ambassadors 1 85 Oliver, Tara 146 Omega Phi Alpha 3 1 2 Omega Phi Psi, Inc. 290 Ong, Swee Huat 280 Order of Omega I 5 I Orientation Leaders 147 Orlansky, Lesleigh 3 1 Osthoff, Ashley 193 Oswald, Sarah Hunt 185 Ott, Mandy 353 Owens, Heather 124, 148, 150 Owens, Jerrice 124 Owens, Matthew 1 79 Oxford Health and Fitness 1 66 Oxner, Chris 189 Oyentuji, Lara 185, 194 Oyetunji, Rilwan 148 Ozier.Ann 300 P P Pace, Adam 324 Pace, Lauren 210 Pace, Megan 210 Padalino, Meredith 82, 151 Padilla, Suyapa 354 Pagues, Brittany 2 1 I Pal, Ghanshyam 194 Paliwal.Vaishali 280 Palmer, Corey 151, 180, 186 Pang Haiying, 280 Pang, Kin Wee 148 Panhellenic Council 288 Pannell.Tiffany 21 I Paris, Charles 193 Parker, Ashley 151 Parker, Breanne 21 I Parker, Curtis 21 I Parker, Darell 124, 125 Parker, Donald 184 Parker, Teresa 21 I Parkes, KB 338, 339 Parks, John 151, 193 Parks, Marcus 325 Parks, Marty 283 Parrish, Lindsey 283 Parsons, Blake 132 Parsons, Elizabeth 194 Partridge, Amanda 185 Paschall, Erica 312 Pate, Grant 356, 358 Pateljignesh 280 Patel, Keyur 280 Patny.Akshay 194 Patrick, Amy 164, 166,266 Patrick, Andy 193 Patrick, Beau 327 Patrick, Charles 173 Patrick, Katherine 21 I Patrick, Samantha 283 Patterson, E.J. 152,382,383 Patterson, Emiley 193,211 ? ■j Patrick - Robinson Patrick, Charles 173 Patrick, Katherine 21 I Patrick, Samantha 283 Patterson, E.J. 1 52, 382, 383 Patterson, Emiley 1 93, 2 1 I Patterson, Jamie 303 Patterson, Leah 1 94 Patton, Virginia 21 I Paulk, Dennis 21 I Payne, Brad 193 Payne Carter Anne 151, 172 Payne,Tiffany 188,297 Peacock.Ann Christopher 211 Peacock, Jason 193 Pearson, Lauren 21 I Pearson, Matt 287 Pearson, Trey 358 Peavy.John 280 Pee, Lindsey 21 I Pegram, Kathleen 70 Pegrant, Kathleen 314 Pegues, Brittany 125, 171, 172 Pegues, Sir Allen 21 I Peller, Michelle 193 Pendleton, Dedeann 353 Pender, Misty 148, 154,312 Penner, Doug 1 5 I Pepper, Will 280 Peppl, Sabrina 369 Perdini, Amanda 381 Peirce, Courtney 304 Periketi, Raja 280 Perkins, Anna 21 I Perkins, Chad 353 Perkins, Darcy 1 5 1 , 308 Perry, Chris 193 Perry, Sharo 150 Perryman, Ashley 153, 170 Persick, David 2 1 I Persick, Lauren 151,307 Person, Brett 340 Pesta, Erin 195 Peters, Chris 193,211 Peterson, Rachel 274 Fay, Sara Peters 1 5 1 , 286 Pettit, Samantha 21 I Pettway, Brian 350 Pfeffer, Dustin 193 Pham, Mike 188 Pharr, Brandon 21 I Phelps, Greg 148, 150, 193 Phi Beta Kappa 1 00 Phi Beta Sigma, Inc. 290 Phi Delta Theta 331 Phi Kappa Phi 194 Phi Kappa Psi 335 Phi Kappa Tau 333 Phi Mu 3 1 4 Philips, Rob 184 Phillips, Elsa 151 Phillips, James 152,382 Phillips, Kevin 21 I Phyfer, Lindsey 21 I Pi Beta Phi 3 1 7 Pi Kappa Alpha 337 Piazza, Elizabeth 1 73, 1 79 Piazza, Laura 93, 151, 180, 184 Pickens, Joshlyn 172 Pickens, Katie 188 Pickering, Dan 150 Pickle, Maribeth 354 Pierce, Courtney 149, 125, 185,186, 193,219,239 Pierce, Nicholas 172, 193 Pigford, Kezia 1 53, 1 25, 267 Pigott, Katie 21 I Pilcher,Chad83,99,350 Pickham, Brittney 21 I Pinkston, Chris 21 I Pioreck, Micah 372, 373 Pirani, Amanda 193 Pitner, Courtney 207 Pittman, Camilla 354 Pittman, Joshua 15 I Pizzo, Emily 21 I Pless.Paul 151,326 Plunk, Alacin 193 Plunk, Marilyn 146 Plyler, Brandie 354 Poe, Deanna 191 Poe.Thomas 280 Polk, Carol 274 Polk, Latoya 23 1 Pollard, Clayton I 18 Pollard, Landon 193 Pollock.Ashley 283 Polonichjade 364 Polonsky, Mara 378, 379 Polston, Scotty 1 70 Ponapalli, Saratchandra 280 Poole, Cristala 193 Pope, Brian 373 Pope, Kimberly 21 I Popham, Ashley 184 Porter, Maribeth 1 5 1 , 308 Porter, Morgan 191,211 Posey, Carlton 300 Posey, Ryan 1 5 1 Pottit, Samantha 21 I Potts, Brittney 375 Powell, Cassie 283 Powell, Christopher 150 Powell, Joseph 175 Powell, Katrice 167 Powell, Meghan 21 I Powell, Will 44 Pratt, Ryan 83, 151,342 Presley, Jada 193 Presnell, Michael 193,21 I Prestage, Paige 21 I Prestwich, Dorothy 194 Preyear, Deliah 188 Price, Laura 375 Price, Lindsay 83,352 Price, Lindzey 191,353 Prithett, Shea 280 Privett, Kristen 21 I Privette, Matthew 1 28, 1 29 Propes, Charlotte 280 Pruitt., L.J. 151, 163 Pryor, Miriam 301 Pryor, Andrew 193 Pryor, Obarcus 233 Pugh, Joseph 21 I Pulijala, Sriharsha 280 Pulliam, Corey 319 Purdie,William2ll Purnell, Regina 167 Purser, Chris 158, 159 Puthan, Sunil 21 I Putnam, Michael 193 Putt, Sally 211 Qq Quinn, Hunter 33 I Quinn, Jennifer 147 Rr Qin, Changjong 280 Quav e, Jeremy 193 Quilenderino, Johnny 175 Quinn, Dallas 163 Rachakatle, Pradeep 280 Rackley, Benjamin 193 Radford, Jimmy 354 Radu, Mira369,370 Rainey, Elizabeth 21 I Ramakrishnan, Sridnar 280 Ramaswamy.Venkatesh 280 Ramsey, William 21 I Randazza.Ashlie 193,321 Raper, Cindy 282 Ratcilff, Patrica 282 Rauch, Andrew 151 Raulston,Web 124,21 I Ravenstein, Corey 21 I Rawls.Jon 193 Ray, Georgia Anne 185,302 Rayburn.Wes 150 Rea.Talbert 146, 150 Readenour, Nick 175 Reale.Jerit 175 Rebel Recruiters 1 86 Reddick, Laura 303 Redmond, Katrina 186 Redmond, Willie 125, 172 Reed, Amy 189 Reed, Ashley 21 I Reed, Brandon 322, 323 Reed, Davidson 21 I Reed, Hayley 151 Reed, Justin 357,358 Reede, Lauren 298 Reeves, Abby 21 I Reeves, Amber 267 Reeves, Anna 173, 186 Reeves, Daniel 175 Reeves, Linda 283 Refenes, Rachel 375 Reilly, Meredith 175 Rembert.April 354 Renick, Ricki 164 Renie, Kelley 375 Reno, Chesa 189 Residence Hall Association 1 24 Reynolds, Michael 167 Rho Epsilon 1 46 Rhodes, Chris 358 Rhodes, CJ 170 Rials, Brittany 21 I Rials, Chris 150, 175 Rice,Anna 280 Rice, Stephanie 154, 186 Richard, Erica 190 Richardson, Angel2 1 I Richardson, Kathryn 173 Richardson, Katie 21 I Richmond, Angie 283 Richmond, Psalmer 174 Richmond, Silas 193 Ricks, Margaret 283 Riddle, Amanda 283 Rider, Dustin 167 Ridgeway, Cody 387 Riess, Erin 150, 194 Rieth.Sheri 261 Rigby, Bobbie Sue 194 Rikard, Benny 162 Riley, Erin 194 Riley, Johnny 170, 172 Riley, Lucas 193 Riley, Sawyer 3 I I Riley, Susan 283 Rimmer, Candace 150,211 Rings, Jackie 316 Riordanjen 3 16 Rippy, Rip 2 1 I Rivers, Elizabeth 185,212 Rivers, Marshall 178 Roach, Rosaland 172 Roach, Rosland 171,212,231 Robb, Philip 212 Roberts, Dylan 148, 193 Roberts, Jeremy 164, Roberts, John 212 Roberts, Kara 212 Roberts, Megan 378 Roberts, Stephanie 1 54 Roberts-Zorzoli, Maria 283 Robertson, Allyson 354 Robertson, C.C. 151,310,311 Robertson, Dave 1 37 Roberston, Mandy 3 1 Robinson, Drew 350 Robinson, Mary 212,375 Robinson, Matt 193 Robinson, Nic 183 Robison - Smith |- Robison, Chadwick 83 Roby, Chanda 82, 83, 149, 150 Roby, Tiffany 150,212 Rockhold, Neal 193 Rockstad, Trevor 212 Rodgers, Claire 212 Roe, Mary 173 186,316,317 Rogan, Brendan 1 62 Rogers, Anthony 83 Rogers, Burks 151 Rogers, Chris 363 Rogers, Drew 348, 349, 350 Rogers, Jason 193 Rogers, Kory 212 Rogers, Laura 1 94 Rogers, Lashaunda 125 Rogers, Mark 280 Rogers, Paul 280 Roland, Amber 188, 193 Rollins, Aaron 212 Rondla, Sahithi 280 Rooney, Celeste 212 Rosa, Jessica 212 Rosa, Josh 160 Rosamond, Jill 191 Rose, Natalie 194 Rosenblatt, Sara Hart 181 Ross, Chris 150 Ross, John 84 Ross, Shannon 183 Ross, Valeria 125 Rouse, Jessica 212 Rowalt.Zack 334,335 Rowell, Brian 212 Roybal,Anne 193,212 Rudd, Keenya 280 Rudd, Shannon 212 Rule, Caroline 186 Rumble in the Grove 26 Rummler.Jens 151 Rush, Ramey 375 Russell, Amanda 178,322 Russell, Amber 212 Russell, Anne 151 Russell, Dunmetria 172,212 Russell, Jocelyn 45, 2 1 2 Russell, Marty 280 Russell, Meg 212 Russell, Root 350 Rutherford, Rachael 239 Rutledge, Eric 282 Rutledge-Schmidt, Rosanne 189, 193 Ryan, Cayce 198 Ryan, Kathryn 283 Ss Sabatier, Celeste 1 95 Sabatier, Margarite 195 Sadler, Patrick 212 Sain, Ashley 188 Saini, Jagit 280 Srikrishana, Sajja, 281 Salles, Erica 281 Salters.O.J. 172,266 Salu, Jennifer 172 Salu, Sharon 172 Sammons, Maria 283 Sample, Abigail 188 Sample, Amy 375 Sampson, William 194 Samuel, Twaun 34, I 17, 170, 325 Samuels, Scott 194 Sanchez, Joseph 193 Sandage, Megan 378, 379 Sanders, David 357, 358 Sanders, James 283 Sanders, Vidalia 172,319 Sanderson, Jamal 124,212 Sando, Joe 184 Sandusky, Stephanie 283 Sanford, Elizabeth 188,212 Sansing, Cherish 212 Saoler, Patrick 212 Sartor, Greg 151 Saunders, Stuart 15 I Savage, Kendrick 174 Savner, Shaunna 185 Sayre, Errol 1 54 Scarbrough, Carol 303 Schaefering, Steve 1 25 Schaffer.Jill 182 Scharf, Jason 372 Schilling, James 151 Schilling, Lindsay 212 Schuchard, Mary Margaret 212 Schwab, Richard 354 Scott, Allison 212 Scott, Andrea 312 Scott, Bryan 1 84 Scott., Kerri I 19 Scott, Lauren 3 12 Scott, Paul 193 Scott, Shira 125,212 Scovel, Patrick 212 Seal, Jonathan 212 Searcy, Jasmyne 304 See, Chun Hwa 148 Seger, Michael 212 Seguin, Daniel 154 Seivers.Jim 334, 335 Selin, Martin 366 Sellers, Megan 212 Semmes, Diana 195 Settles, Lindsey 3 I I Shackelford, May 185 Shamaly.Sali 162, 164 Shando, Joe 184 Shands.Rob 184,328 Shannon, Chaquita 146, 125, 204,215,233,274 Sharpe, Matthew 212 Sharpe, Rixter 213 Shayeb, Joseph 194,343 Sheffield, Laura-Catherine 151, 188,296,297 Shields, Miranda 128 Shelby, Jackie 125 Shelnutt, Crissy 312 Shelton,Ann 375 Shelton, Candace 2 1 3 Shelton, James 354 Shelton, Stephanie 314 Shepard, Jason 125 Shepard, Raashida 2 1 3 Shephard, Roashidals 174 Shephard, Sarah 213 Shepherd, Roshell 193,235, 248 Sheridan, Karen 194 Sherman, Brandon 150, 182, 194 Sherman, Granville 182 Shi,Tao28l Shields, David 363 Shields, Virginia 164,290,291 Shinall.April 282 Shipp, Tammy 283 Sleep, Matt 1 50 Shirley, Laura 84, 99, 1 50, 1 5 1 Sleep, Matthew 84 Shorter, Maureen 185 Sligh.Walt 146,354 Shouse, Kevin 175,213 Sliman, Samuel 74 Shrestha, Roshan 194 Sloan, Karen 147 Shultz, Dr. Brad 1 20 Slyvester, Herman 290 Shumaker, Deomdrick 354 Small, Leneta 125 Siddons, Darren 193 Small, Nicole 124 Sides, Shea 84, 148, 151, 184 Smelt, Jordan 193 Siemens, Shannan 184 Smiley Jr., JC 182 Sigler, Beth 3 1 4 Smith, Adam 194 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 339 Smith, Alice 298 Sigma Alpha lota 1 89 Smith, Andrea 213 Sigma Chi 34 1 Smith, Ashley 213 Sigma Gamma Rho 3 1 3 Smith, Brittany 125, 195 Sigma Nu 342 Smith, Brittney 171,213 Sigma Phi Epsilon 344 Smith, Brooke 307 Sikesjohn David 340 Smith, Caleb 324 Silvanic, Edward 188 Smith, Casey 225 Simmon, Erin 193 Smith, Christy 194 Simmons, Brian 193 Smith, Claire 213 Simmons, Kathryn 235 Smith, Clare 1 5 1 Simmons, Katy 151,298 Smith II, David 182 Simmons, Maragaret 213 Smith, Erica 186, 187 Simmons, Shaneka 125, 185, Smith, Erik 184 213 Smith, Erin 194 Simmons, Stephanie 146 Smith, Forrest 167 Simmons, Tony 193 Smith, Jarrod 323 Simmons, Turner 183 Smith, Jennifer 186 Simontis.AI 350 Smith, Justin 185, 190 Simonton, Hannah 2 1 3 Smith, Kathryn 151 Simpson, Mark 213 Smith, Katie 193,381 Simpson, Nick 83, 84, 188 Smith, Key 147 Simpson, Sabrina 261 Smith, Leah 191,225 Sims,Andrae 180, 185 Smith, Lee 175 Sims, Ann 84, 151, 154, 180, Smith, Lucy 298 308 Smith, Melinda 191 Sims, Brad 175 Smith, Pamela 281 Sims, Cory 152,382 Smith, Robert 183 Sims Jr., Joseph 173 Smith, Ryan 334, 335 Sindelar, Melissa 162, 194 Smith, Seth 349, 350 Singh, Nidhi 194 Smith, Sharee Jovan 1 82 Singleton, Jackie 193,290,313 Smith, Shauna 146 Sinquefield, Lindsey 307 Smith, Shirley 283 Sipp, Kawasi 283 Smith, Tiffany 148, 150, 1 Sirimaturos, Michael 84, 151, Smith, Tony 358 323 Smith,Tricia298,299 Skelton, Whitney 303 Smith, Troy 213 Slaughter, Terica 124, 193 Smith, Whitman 147 Sledge, Caroline 153,213 Smith, Will 213 174 ■jSmith-Vaniz - Volleyball Smith-Vaniz, Leigh 213 Smithers, Amber 213 Smithers, Chas 84,146, 149, 150, 154, 124 Smtihhart, Chelsea 2 ! 3 Sneed, Antonio 193,213 Snell, Angela 185, 186 Snow, Corlis 194 Soccer 375 Society for the Advancement of Management 183 Society for Human Resource Management 1 54 Softball 353 Soldevila, Brett 84, 151, 181 Soloman, Samantha 2 1 3 Sombhotla, Rajagopal 281 Sorrell, Frank 213 Sosnowski, Lauren 185, 188 Spahn, Courtney 152,382, 383 Spandan, Chennamadhavuni 281 Sparks, Daniel 345 Sparks, Michael 184 Sparks, Paul 193 Spears, GeneeO 353 Spears, Stacy 374 Spence, LP. 384 Spence, Latoya 125, 186, 187, 188 Spencer, Iris 193 Spencer, Meredith 164, 166, 255, 266 Spires, Chad 193 Spruill, Meredith 153, 173, 186 Spurlock, Michael 385 Spradley, Laurel 194 Spruiell, Pope 362, 363 St. Ivany, Kristin 297 Stacks, Jeannie 124, 193 Stadler, Helene 185, 194 Stafford, Latonya 282 Stafford,Whitney 193 Stanfield, Munita 174 Stanfield, Stephanie 146 Stanfill.Amy 186 Stanford, Brooke 185, 193 Staples, Brooke 1 60, 1 6 1 Stark, Whitney 213 Starkey, Donna 1 94 Strazalka, Sara 225 Steadman, Stephanie 2 1 3 Stearns, Ginny 151, 194,307 Sterberns, Chad 349 Steele, David 160 Steele, Shondrea 213 Steelman, Ginger 281 Stegall, Amanda 193 Stegall, Zellerie 194 Steindorf, Caroline 343 Stephens, Chiquita 354 Stephenson, Elizabeth 151 Steps to Success 1 7 1 Sterbens, Chad 350 Stevens, Helen 213 400 | index Stevenson, Cedric 281 Steward.Vikki 185,213 Stewart, Crystal 213 Stewart, Jeremy 85, 323 Stewart, Tiffany 125 Stewart, Vickie 125 Stillwell, Kristi 354 Stine, Timothy 193 Stinson, Elizabeth 2 1 3 Stokes, Ann 175,213 Stokes, Meagan 213 Stokes, Samantha 146 Stoll, Julia 185 Stolzenburg, Maribeth 100 Stone, Howard 213 Stone, Lindsey 151,315 Stoneburner, Bennett 2 1 3 Storey, Matthew 1 5 I Stout, Megan 30 1 Stout, Tyler 213 Straatmann, Matthew 1 5 1 Strange, Randy 167 Strickland, Amy 190 Strickland, Cameron 283 Strickland, Landon 363 Stricklin, Jenny 239 Stringer, Andy 185 Strong, Patrick 2 1 3 Strzalka, Sarah 3 12 Stuart, Samuel 1 75 Stubblefield, Ashley 213 Stuckey, Dennis 125, 185, 188 Studdard, Keith 85 Student Advancement Foundation 1 53 Student Advisory Board 1 89 Student Alumni Council 1 88 Student Media Center 1 56 Student Social Work Association 146 Stutts, Jimmy 193 Sudha, Kishor 281 Sukmann.Ann Marie 214 Sullivan, Anna 3 14 Summitt, Danny 323 Sun, Yang 28 1 Sunseri, Jennifer 306, 307 Surrell, Jackie 125 Surrell, Jacquelyn 185 Surrell, Stephen 164, 125, 172, 185,212 Sutliff, Graham 85 Swan, Joshua 214 Swaney, Mary 1 94 Swartz, Dustin 193,214 Swayze, Richard 225, 261 Swearingen, Jonathan 350 Sweatt, Lauren 1 88, 1 93 Swenson, Angela 214 Swindall, Susan 193 Swingle, Joe 154 Sykesjohn David 341 Sykes, Sean 22 Sylvester, Herman 170, 193 Syndor, Sharece 2 1 4 Tt Taber,Whitt 369, 371 Tabor, Erin 186, 187 Tackett, Amanda 214 Tezeswi.Tadepalli, 28 1 Taduri, Dheeraj 281 Taff, Rachel 354, 372 Taggert.Tiffany 354 Talarico, Geoff 1 93 Talbot, Pierre 1 25 Taliaferro, Brandon 146 Tallie.Trenisha 147, 171, 185 Tamenga, Patricia 343 Tanner, Griffin 354 Tanner, Kim 146, 124 Tanner Jr., Richie 152, 189 Tatum, Lee 214 Tau Beta Pi 1 50 Tau Beta Sigma 124 Taylor Grocery Band 42 Taylor Medalists 1 02 Taylor, Cliff 214 Taylor, Darline 214 Taylor, Jordan 188 Taylor, LaToya 2 1 4 Taylor, Leigh 2 1 4 Taylor, Leslie 214 Taylor, Maegan 261,314,315 Taylor, Michelle 189, 193 Taylor, Precious 147, 174 Taylor, Randy 28 1 Taylor, Shelby 214 Taylor, Sherrod 173, 178, 183, 185 Taylor, Tom 195 Tedford, Nancy 214 Telang, Nakul 281 Teller, Sarah 151 Temple, Shaunna 2 1 4 Tenkhoff, Brian 146, 149, 154 Tennis 369 Teoh.Chin Min 148 Teoh,View Heuh 148 Terry, Genice 359 Tew.Audra 185 Thacker Mountain Radio 42 The Ole Miss 1 64 Theriot, Sage 179,214 Thi el, Matthew 214 Thomas, Amanda 151 Thomas, Brandie 149 Thomas, Elizabeth 1 5 I Thomas, Holly 185 Thomas, Kristy 1 72, 1 74 Thomas, Krystal 172 Thomas, Latoya 1 25 Thomas, Preston 330 Thomas, Samantha 160, 185 Thomas, Shelby 188 Thomas, Tabitha 214 Thomas, Virginia 369 Thomas, Willette 149, 164, 172 Thompson, Aaron 80,85 Thompson, Ahmad 171 Thompson, Chris 350 Thompson, Coleman 328 Thompson, Hope 2 1 4 Thompson, Jamaal 125 Thompson, Jason 85, 181,290 Thompson, Katie 225, 261 Thompson, Ross 353 Thompson, Saddi 171 Thompson, Shannon 291 Thompson, Taylor 214 Thompson, Tiawanna 189 Thornton, Brittany 193,214, 381 Thrash, Adam 214 Thumma, Sriohar 28 1 Tidwell, Maryann 337 Tillis, Donna 283 Timbes, Karley 150, 154 Timm, Lindsey 193 Tims, Mary Gardiner 207 Tims, Sherry 174, 183 Tisdale, Monesha 125 Tisdale, Nicole 153, 186,232, 235, 258 Todd, Dustin 178, 188 Todd, Hunter 146, 18 9 Todd.Will 185,342 Tolbert, Matt 349, 350 Tolbert, Morris 1 72 Tolcher, Michael 29 Toles.Tacarra 171,214,223 Toliver, Melissa 185 Toman, Brett 195 Tomatis, Virginia 370 Tomlinson, Ryan 78, 85 Ton, Steven 1 75 Tongumpun,Tanarat 182 Tooheyjaclyn 375 Toohigjohn 85,281 Torjunsen.Jenna 152,382 Torrey, Candice 214 Totten, Danielle 125, 172 Townsend, Lorenzo 385 Track and Field 355 Tramel, Lindsay 167 Trammell, Andrew 124 Trammell, Chip 214 Trantham, Kemisha 214 Travger.Tom 283 Treutel, David 214 Trezevant, Taylor 331 Trice, Dejarnette 171, 1 72, 188 Triggs, Kendrick 354, 355 Trimble, Sara 193 Trotter, Bryant 2 1 4 Troxler, Kimsey 15 1 Troxler, Kimzey 308 Truax, Lauren 297 Tse.Yinwan 214 Tubb.Shanna 167,214 Tubbs, Haley 214 Tuberville, Ben 193 Tucker, Jared 170 Tumuluri, Sri Venkata 281 Turner, Amanda 185 Turner, Brooke 353 Turner, Heather 186 Turner, Holly 194 Turner, Ian 127 Turner, Jared 147, 12 5 Turner, Linda Turner, Maggie 150, 184 Turner, Meredith Wallis 186, 188 Turner, Paula 283 Turner, Quarletta 167, 186, 188,259 Turner, Sara Beth 69, 189 Turner, Tremaine 385 Tyagi, Samuel 179 Tyner, Corrie 150,225 Tyner, Lauren 214 ' ' . • Uu Uddin, Usman 167, 188 Udomah, Esit 235 Underwoon.Trey 184 Upshaw, Ryan 147, 153, 164, 173, 174, 180, 185, 188 Usnik, Jennifer 85, 150, 154, 182, 184, 189 Usry, Corby 214 Vv Valentine, Glenn 184 Vallas, Jason 214 Van ' Dyke, Jessica 214 Vanasschejohn 175 Vance, Adrienne 205,214, 245 Vance, Allie 182 Vance, Brandon 193 Vance Jr., Ralph 173 Vandeburg, Ben 193 Vanderburg, Misty 283 Vandever, Taylor 214 Vann, Drew 337 VanZelfden.Jill 159 Varnado, Jessica 215 Varnado, Windy 215 Varner, Caroline 2 1 5 Varsity Cheerleading 383 Varsity Rebelettes 38 1 Vassar, Jason 215 Vasser, Johnny Jr. 215 Vasser.Thomas 124 Vaughn, Kimiranda 281 Vaughn, Winter 150 Vaux, Brittany 2 1 5 Veazey, Kyle 85 Veazey, Patrum 2 1 5 Veazey, Sarah 1 5 1 Vellano.Ashley 253 Verhine, David 175 Vescovo, Julie 298 Veteto, Amanda 193 Villa, Christina 193,215 Villa, Mara 189 Vinson, Rosalyn 149, 160, 172 Viviano, Paul 182 Volleyball 375 Voyles, David 1 52 Ww Waddell. Mary 215 Wade, Emmanuel 357, 358 Wade, Justin 385 Wade, Lawrence 354 Wade, Raymond 188 Wadlington, McKee 215 Waite, Charlie 350 Waites, Russ 225 Wakefield, Michael 173,343, 350 Wakely, Mark 129 Walden, Laura Beth 215 Waldrop, Benjamin 193 Walhood, Cassie 215 Walker, Bill 172 Walker, Brandon 215 Walker, Candice 125 Walker, Ciara 125, 171,215 Walker, Clarissa 375 Walker, Courtney 171,215 Walker, Elan 170 Walker, James 175 Walker, JJ 327 Walker,Joe354,355,372 Walker, John 154 Walker, Kate 222 Walker, Kimblee 215 Walker, Luke 372 Walker, Marc 147, 173, 185 Walker, Mark 1 79 Walker, Preston 215 Walker, Rea 193 Walker, Tatyana 193 Walker, Teela 172 Walker, Will 151, 178,343 Wallace, Dr.Thomas 117 Wallace, Justin 193 Wallace.Teresa 283 Waller, Edward 171 Wally, Ryan 86, 194 Walmsey, Semmes 322 Walsh, Samantha 297 Walt, Pat 34 1 Walton, LaKeia 304 Walton, Michael 189 Wamble, Chris 167 Wamble, Lindsey 301 Wang, Gang, 28 1 Wang, Haiyan 28 1 Wang, Lichun 28 1 Wang, Yalin 281 Wantland, Megan 185 Ward, Darrell 193 Ward, Jill 189,281 Ward, Jonathan Ward, Kara 185,201,215 Ward, Lauren 124,215 Ward, Sara 171, 185,201,215 Warden, Nadine 193,215 Waring, Leslie 298 Waring, Millie 189 Warner, Brittany 353 Warren, Nicole 125 Warren, Crystal 2 1 5 Warren, Gene 159 Warren, Givinia 281 Warren, Logan 1 48 Warren, Magen 1 93 Warren-Wohlford.Tracey 307 Washington III, Charles 229 Washington, Ontario 249 Waterman, John 162, 163 Watson, Stephanie 28 1 Watson, Tia 359 Watt, Jeffrey 175 Watts,Amber359,360 Watts, James 340 Watts, Jonathan 150 Waycaster.Amy 297 Waycaster.Jill 153, 160, 173, 183, 185, 188 Wayman, Paul 175 Weavil, Garland 300 Webb, Tiffany 279 Webster, Erika 172,318 Webster, Joseph 86, 151 Weeden, Monica 215 Weekley.Trisha 174 Welch, Chase 193,215 Welch, David 188,372 Welch, Erin 306 Welch, Thomas 146 Welden, Allison 215 Wells, Angela 281 Wells, Jeremy 215 Wells, Renee 124, 193 Wendham, Jordan 338 Werne, Kathryn 298 Werner, Patrick 1 93 Wesson, Jeff 154 West, Jessica 170 Wetzel, Jonathan 185 Whaley, Lori 2 1 5 Wheeler, Amanda 302 Whelan, Andrew 323 Whelan, Jacob 172 Whelan, Josh 172 Whelan, Joshua 151 Whitaker, Holly 153,215,261 White, Adrienne 364, 365 White, Alisha 193,215 White, Andrew 86 White, Christinia 215 White, Daniel 151 White, Drew 2 1 5 White, Grace 153, 178 White, Kevin 193 Whi te, Lee 1 59 White, Maggie 300 White, Melinda 191 White, Meredith 185 White,Traceyl82 White, Will 190 White, Zita 215,26 Whitehead, Patricia 1 94 1 Whitt, Jennifer 123 Whittle, Aimee 146 Who ' s Who 76 Wibbels, Erin 372 Wibbles, Erin 354 Wicker, Caroline 173, 179, 188 Wickham, Johnny 159 Wicks, Robert 1 73 Wiggins, Heather 215 Wiggins, Kim 283 Wiggins, Kristen 193 Wiggins, Leann 151 Wilder, Tameka 86 Wiley, Ronnie 125 Wiley.Tikia 125, 186 Wilkerson, Lezlie 70,215,317 Wilkes, Alexandra 150, 172 Wilkes, Britney 1 72 Wilkes, Evelyn 258 Wilkins, Emily 185 Wilks, Jennifer 170, 186, 188, 233,235,259 Wilks, Kimberly 170, 171, 215,233,259 Willcutt, Andrew 193 Willery, Laronza 146 William.Yvonne 170 Williams, Allison 151,286 Williams, Carlin 215 Williams, Cory 147 Williams, Ford 151 Williams, Jahmario 220, 238 Williams, James III 173 Williams, John 175 Williams, Lindsay 343 Williams, Lonnie 151 Williams, Luther 193,216, 248 Williams, Lyndsey 375 Williams, Mario 235 Williams, Mary Catherine 261 Williams, Nathan 216 Williams, Quanisha 2 1 6 Williams, Rachel 185 Williams, Ryan 146, 149 154, 178 Williams, Sara 123 Williams, Stacy 125, 193,239 Williams.Thad 175 Williams, Titus 125 Williams.Tyler 147,327 Williams, Victoria 194 Williams.Wesley 338 Williams, Yvonne 172 Williamson, Alexis 216 Williamson, John 140 Williamson, Lexie 225 Williamson, Michael 125.213, 267 Williamson, Paul 214 Williamson, Ryan 167, 193 Willis, James 193,216 Willis, Rachael 151 Willit.Tara 353 Wills, Claudia 288 Willson, Nancy 189 Wilson, Andrew 326 Wilson, Brian 183, 184, 194 Wilson, Brooke 193 Wilson, Callie 216 Wilson, Chris 160, 179, 185 Wilson, Christine 170 Wilson, Christopher 173 Wilson, Daniel 216 Wilson, Dianne 286 Wilson, Louise 151 Wilson, Eric 163 Wilson, Jennifer 216 Wilson, Jessica 216 Wilson, Kenorus 193 Wilson, LaTerrier 216 Wilson, Marcus 193 Wilson, Nancy 123, 193 Wilson, Nicholas 216 Wilson, Rachel 267 Wilson.Teela 125, 171,216 Wilt, Kiley 308 Winberry, Clay 1 52, 382 Windham, Carolyn 34, 255 Windham, Dana 150, 185, 191 Windham, Summer 70, 308 Winford.John 151,328,329 Winfrey, Jamie 124,216,277 Winfrey, Kathryn Winfun, Candies 151 Winters, Lee 193 Winters, Alex 172,275 Wise, Matt 69 Witt, Candace 1 94 Witt, Nathan 146, 151, 124 Wollerman, Marin 338 Women ' s Basketball 361 Women ' s Council for Philanthropy 170 Women ' s Golf 365 Women ' s Rifle 379 Women ' s Tennis 37 1 Wong, Julie 134, 164,241 Woo, Ed 150 Wood, Jill 185 Wood, John 1 82 Wood, Matt 172, 183 Wood, Rachel 354 Woodard, Kandice 1 93 Woodliff, Dan 172,340 Woodruff, Richard 216 Woods, Kenmateril 261 Woods, Thomas 326 Woolsey, Max 1 54 Worldfest 21 Worrell, Claudia 185 Worsham, Amber 281 Worsham III, Graham 363 Worth, Laurel 216 Worthem, Macy 146 Worthem, Shun 1 74 Wren, Alison 216 Wright, Adam 175, 193 Wright, Brae 349, 350 Wright, Jana 194 Wright, Julie 281 Wright, Krista 1 70 Wright, Leigh Anne 2 1 6 Wright, Mark 350 Wright, Travis 125 Wu.Yinghua 86,281 Wunder Jr., Paul 124,216 Wylie, Megan 151,308 Voujes - Zulu | " Xx Xiong, Hui 281 Xiaobo,Xu,28l Yaquan, Xu,28l Y i) Yance, Brooks 341 Yancey, Ben 193 Yancy, Chris 172 Yarber, Holly 300 Yarbrough, Shawn 350 Yates.Adam 349, 350 Yates, Kyle 350 Yates, Ryan 195,216 Yoousef.Ned 128 York, Ed 193 York, Mary 152 York, Shannon 1 78, 3 1 I Young, Anthony 125, 180, 185 Young, Antrell 216 Young, Brittney 191,337 Young, David 1 5 1 Young, Dwight 182 Young, Joshua 167,216 Young, Natalie 173, 185 Young, Shir 1941 Young.Tice 342 Young, Tom 336 Young, Trey 355, 362, 365, 366, 373 Youngblood.Amy 127, 185 Yan,Yu,28l Zz Zainey, Chris 287, 342, 343 Zainey, Christoper 151 Zastoupil, Paige 154, 124, 193 Zeta Phi Beta, Inc. 290, 3 1 8 Zhang, Ping 28 1 Zhang, Tao 281 Zhang, Yaoxin 281 Zhao.Jiamping 281 Zhao,Yebin28l Zhou, Una 281 Zhu, Shiqian 281 Zick, Jeremy 350 Ziegelmayer, Jennifer 182 Zimmerman, Margaret 2 1 6 Zorbino.Joe 179 Zschau, Karla 374, 375 Zulu.Auset 216 indexl-fOl thanks from our staff First and foremost, I would like to thank my assistant, Robin Freeman, for finally getting back in the " yearbook mood, " and for helping me with the soon to be (hopefully) award-winning athletics sec- tion. We have gone through a tough time with this section, but I can tell it was well worth it. To Trey Young, thanks for writing men ' s golf, men ' s and women ' s tennis, cross country and track and field copy - without this, these pages would not have been complete, thank you. Next, I would like to thank all of the people at Athletics Media Relations - Langston Rogers, Bill Bunting, Kyle Campbell, Rick Stupak, Katy Longeran, Holly Kelly and Kim Ling - for all their help with the athletics section and with my infamous team interviews and mugshots and anything else I needed to have done for this section. I would also like to thank Kelley, the Editor-in-Chief, for putting up with missing deadlines each time, changing page ideas, going through interviews with the athletes and Sports Information. To everyone else on yearbook staff, y ' all have done a great job and I am proud of the book this year. Last but not least, a big part of this section this year goes to the athletes and coaches in taking time out of their schedules for the interviews. Thanks to the coaches as well. Sorry for the questions - but hey, look at the section and it is all worth it in the end. And lastly, MG the double DG from Baldwyn, Miss., now (soon to be) MGG the single DG from who knows where a.k.a. Miss Ole Miss - I have not forgotten about your crown. will get it, don ' t worry! Thanks for a great year and until next time! - Jeremy Roberts, athletics section editor It ' s hard to believe that my senior year is quickly coming to a close. This year has been quite stressful and one full of moments (well, okay, days) of insanity. But, I have to say that it ' s definitely been interesting. I have to give an enormous thank you to my assistant, Crystel. Really, thank you so much for your help with everything, especially hunting down people for information and pics. Thanks to everyone who came through whenever I needed something (last minute). Kelley, thank you for working so hard to make such a wonderful book. And, thanks for being there to suffer through senioritis with me. Meredith, you are so talented. Thanks for always being up for anything, even taking pics earlier than the crack of dawn. Nathan, thanks for always being there to make me laugh, especially through all of my near-quarter-life crises. Thanks to Robin, Amy and everyone else on staff for making this year so great. And, of course, thanks to my roommate for a wonderful year of crazy memories. - Julie Wong, organizations section editor I would like to start out by thanking Jeremy for all his patience with me while I went MIA in the fall. Athletics proved to be, once again, a broohaha (thanks Trey). As for the rest of you, I am glad that I got to spend a full year with you and see another book start to finish. I will miss you all and thank you for all the great work and cooperation. Thank you most of all for all of you who properly filled out the page log book, because without that, most of you would not of gotten paid correctly! Thanks to Meredith for taking over and keeping the head photographer position filled with a truly talented person. I wish you luck next year. Nathan-I will miss you so much next year, even though you think it is cool to make fun of my hiccups! Kelley, thanks for putting in so much time and effort, even when it was above and beyond. This book looks awesome and without the group that came together, we would of never gotten it done. Thanks to each and everyone of you for all your tireless work and heart. Oh yeah, Hudson, thanks for getting your life straight and coming back, but call someone for the keys next time...! - Robin Freeman, business manager and photographer Had it not been for many people helping me with the distinctions section, I would have never gotten things done. Let me begin by thanking my assistant, Ryan Upshaw. Ryan, you are so awesome. You always went above and beyond to do everything that I asked. Without you, I can promise that we would be lacking almost all of the words in our section! Also, I would like to thank Kelley Hunsberger for taking me in and making me feel part of this group, not to mention for teaching me almost everything I know about computers. Nathan Geddie, you always got the psycho side of me. Thanks for putting up with all of my nonsense, and for helping me when I continuously forgot things. Amy Patrick, thank you for just being so real and always eager to lend a helping hand. You helped me with so much beyond layouts. I would like to thank Ricki Renick for helping me in all kinds of ways, from our summer trip to just working at the yearbook tables. Julie, thank you for teaching me all of the stalking techniques. I am sure they will come in handy again! A special thanks to all of the photographers for being so willing to take last minute pictures! Working on yearbook was such a great experience. It has definitely been different than anything I have done at Ole Miss. I had a blast working with everyone and look forward to many years to come! - Racheal Batton, distinctions section editor " Musicians are the football stars. Music video directors are the kids doing yearbook " - Joseph Kahn, on the similarities between music video directing and high school. ■fOzl thank uou I would first like to thank my co-editor, Ricki Renick, and our assistant, Stephen Surrell. Without all of their input and help, this section would not be as well put together. Thank you to Kelley Hunsberger for all of your patience with us and your insight into the theme. The book looks absolutely wonderful! Thank you for all of your hard work throughout this year! Also, thanks to the unbelievable staff (especially the photographers) who often had to help me with the computers! - Sara Martin Ball, personalities section editor When I began working on The Ole Miss two years ago, I never imagined the wonderful friends and memories that would follow. Not only have I enjoyed the work that goes along with the yearbook, but most importantly I have enjoyed the people I have met while doing so. Kelley, I am so glad I have gotten to know you here at Ole Miss. You are a wonderful person and I know you will do wonderful things. Amy, thanks for being patient with me this semester. You have done a wonderful job! Nathan, I am so glad we have gotten to know each other. I wish you the best of luck next year; I know you will do great things! Jeremy, you have been a wonderful friend. You never cease to amaze me and can always make me laugh. You better keep in touch! Julie, good luck in all you do. Meredith, you have been a great friend this past year! We helped each other through school last semester, and you are missed already! I am going to truly miss all of you next year! I have been blessed to have fallen into your company, and want you to know you have all affected my life over the past two years. I have enjoyed working with the rest of the staff and know The Ole Miss is in good hands next year. I wish all of you the best and hope we can all keep in touch. Love you! -Mary-Grace Haynes, academics section assistant " Is it unhealthy to be in love with a book? Is it odd to spend more time in an office than you do in a classroom or at home or with your friends? Not to me it isn ' t. " - Donnie Smith, Editor, The Corolla, 2002, The University of Alabama With the closing of the year comes the closing of another great staff. This year, the staff of this yearbook has come together to create a publication that chronicles another year here at Ole Miss. As for my section, campus life, I would like to thank the many people that made it possible. The biggest problem of working for a publication is getting people to write you stories. I would like to thank Ricki Renick, Robin Freeman and Julie Wong so much for their willingness to write a story with a deadline quickly approaching. Meredith, thanks for all the wonderful pictures that you took for me even though some of the assignments were vague. Thanks to Willette Thomas for your help as my assistant. Also, thanks to all of the writers that have helped this section evolve to what it is with your writing. And last but certainly not least, thanks to Kelley, our editor, for creating a one-of-a-kind, visually pleasing publication that will be a record of the thousands of wonderful memories students have meade here at Ole Miss. Good luck in the years to come. - Nathan Geddie, campus life section editor a special thanks I- The staff of The Ole Miss would like to send a special thanks out to the following list of people who went above and beyond to help us create this wonderful book! We couldn ' t have done it without you! Traci Mitchell Darcy Davis Tami McConnell Ben Allen Karen Loden Langston Rogers Bill Bunting Kyle Campbell Rick Stupak Katy Longeran Holly Kelly Kim Ling Chancellor Robert Khayat Dr. Thomas Wallace Johnson ' s Furniture Norm Easterbrook Ralph Braseth Peter Cleary Stephanie Rowe Imaging Services Laura Houston Jennifer Taylor Student Programming Board University Theater thank iiouL+P 1 " editor ' s note Wow. I cannot believe that this year is over. It seems like only a few months ago I was wandering around Farley Hall as a freshman wondering where I would fit in. I never would have thought that a few years later I would be writing this letter. I would like to start by saying that I love this book. I love everything about it. I love the late nights, the stress and the frustration that it caused. I love every page and every color. I loved every part of making it too. I even loved the mistakes and bad decisions, and I will tell you that there were some. I love them, because more than anything, that is what I learned from. There are so many people that I need to thank whose influence and hard work over the past year have made this book so wonderful. First of all, Traci Mitchell and Darcy Davis, thanks for always listening to me and letting me blow off steam. Thanks for always letting me make the deci- sions, even if they were not always the right ones. Secondly, I must thank Nathan Geddie, who was always willing to help me whenever I needed it. You are going to do great things next year! Meredith Spencer, you are a fantastic photographer. Not only are your pictures incredible, but you were always willing to do anything to get them. Julie Wong, don ' t worry, we are going to fig- ure our lives out, and they will be great. One day we will check off that box! Amy Patrick, you are a great person and have been a great roommate. Racheal Batton, I am so glad that we found you and that you joined our staff. It was always fun to work with you, but please, stay away from the push-pins. Ryan Upshaw, you can do it all! Jeremy Roberts, your section is wonderful. Robin Freeman, thanks for sticking things out with me for one more year! I am so glad that you got released from your job at the law firm so that you could come back to us. Ricki Renick and Sara Martin Ball, I know that things were kind of crazy with your section, but it turned out great. Virginia Shields, we missed you during your second semester and hope that you come back next year. Thank you for always putting so much effort into the greeks section. Crystel, Sali, Heather, Mary Grace, Stephen, Hays, Haley, Darell and Hudson I hope that you all know this book would not have been the same without your hard work. I have to also thank Dr. Samir Husni for not being too shy (ya, right) to come and tell me to my face when I was making a stupid decision. Finally, I need to thank my parents and sisters. Thank you for always being so supportive of me and whatever I do. I love you very much! Sincerely, tyMem r Editor, 2004 40 -| editor ' s note i kelley hunsberger editor ' s n oteH-Q V ■ ♦ m Ik B 4 m. -f ¥ f 1 4 Art students can often be spotted around campus drawing some of its beautiful scenery. v n I mJ- ' -3? 1. Al ( 1 1 ■ - - r +OoU " lt ' sine r i ■I ra The Quad, only one year old, has become a favorite spot for students to hang out at in between classes on a nice day. i? 1 S T fl s w A . n 7 « y Ea£ L . j- • i UL WS " V3» ■ ' 1 i — Bk m fe f F 1 1 ' .» if . »•• V ifc. ' ? 5 jmr 8 St. Peter ' s Episcopal Church provided a great place for Ole Miss students to get their pumpkins for Halloween. n Your ckOn ATE Hl . • • • J C - p ! ■ " ti 1 Hi! III i if J § 5 iii 1 V H • .•t i «.. __ 11 ILUHUv -RJ •■• n H H " H f v iaHI ■ 7nr Wk ■ b h I I B IllJBBL rw WMlJH I tiaiHhr L H gPT r - f " Jtja KS B — ... -1— ,j — — ■ ,1. i J TT " 1 MMM if «• MM •!!♦ imii I ill l 4 w — ' • ! • ' - 1 The Square is the heart of nightlife for Ole Miss students. II ' " % • «•• . •-•■ mm WGvW M TIMS ja;.i If m ' .pi :!• « rash Hi " lean General: The Ole Miss has been the official yearbook of the University of Mississippi since 1897. That same year, Elma Meek submitted the name " Ole Miss " in a contest to determine the name of the yearbook. Gradually, the name became an affectionate nickname for the University. The 108th volume was published at Taylor Publishing in Dallas, Texas and was produced by a staff of 22 students at The University of Mississippi with no direct affiliation with the University ' s journalism department. The editorial content does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the University. Ben Allen served as the publishing representative and Tami McConnell served as the account executive. Cover Endsheets: The cover was designed by members of The Ole Miss staff with the help of a Taylor graphic designer. It is a black-075 cover with a black screen. The font used on the cover is Papyrus. The endsheets are black royal linen 80. The fonts used on the endsheets include: Papyrus and Georgia. TvpeSpecs: All body copy is in Verdana 8pt. Photo credits are in GillSans 4pt, while captions are in GillSans 7pt with 9pt leading. All bylines are in GillSans Bold lOpt. Other fonts used include: Seville, Gourmond Bold Italic, Jefferson Script, Georgia, Minion, Apple Chancery, Vanguard, Rinna, Times, JackCondensed, Trebuchet, Palatino, Hoefler Text, Copperplate Gothic Light, Geneva and Lydian. aphy: Personality pictures were taken by Thorton Studios out of New York, New York. All photos were taken by staff photographers or were contributed. Those listed as contributed were from either Sports Information, Imaging Services or the individuals pictured. Staff photographers include: Meredith Spencer, Robin Freeman, Amy Patrick, Haley McCay and Darell Parker. A majority of the pictures were taken on a Nikon Dl or a Nikon Coolpix 5400. The red couch pictures were taken as part of the second annual " Picture Yourself " week, which was held from November 17-20. It was sponsored by Johnson ' s Furniture and The Ole Miss. Production: This 416 page book was produced on 4 Power Macintosh computers using QuarkXpress 41, ACDSee and Photoshop 6.0 and 7.0 software. The press run was 6,500 copies. Taylor Publishing printed the Spectra all-color book using the SuperPerfector Press.

Suggestions in the University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) collection:

University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection, 2001 Edition, Page 1


University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection, 2002 Edition, Page 1


University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection, 2003 Edition, Page 1


University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection, 2005 Edition, Page 1


University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection, 2006 Edition, Page 1


University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS) online yearbook collection, 2007 Edition, Page 1


1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.