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1U 0L WL 2006 i ndLovfuvb Ac XCX£MLCD oH LAatinctiouo IIU ?olTov o uU Alt U342 Inctoc 388 L The Ole Miss 2006 The University of Mississippi S. Gale Denley Student Media Center 201 Bishop Hall University, MS 38677 (662)915-5503 yearhook@olemiss.edu www.olemiss.edu Estahlished in 1848 Total Enrollment: 16,928 m uft OJIAOUXXQ .anguage is not a word many use to describe the University of Mississippi, but it is one used s an essence. Many talk about being a Rebel, learning experiences, leadership opportunities, community service benefits, experiencing first time freedom in college, sisterhood or brotherhood rd teamwork - our language of our university. This 416 page book is broken into seven major sections that bring out the essential language of Ole Miss. B By going through Student Life, one can see every aspect of being an Ole Miss Rebel telling our story via a unique language. kChicken-on-a-Stick - not just a gas station snack. The Square The Grove - more than a patch of grass, more than tailgating. Knowledge and experience are truly shown in Academics from different angles in the language of a Liberal Arts based university. Excellence The Honors College Study Abroad The language of leadership is displayed in the lives of the individuals highlighted within istinctions. William Winter John Grisham James Meredith Fellowship, community involvement and a sense of pride in your Organizations ' efforts are the language of what you do. Honor Societies Service Organizations Student Government Starting off as a freshman, transferring in or taking a few extra years allows one to showcase e language of People at Ole Miss. Living on campus Parking - the problem we all have 8 a.m. classes Through recruitment and intake, friendships are formed when learning the language of ., eternities and sororities within our Greek system. 33.3% k Swaps Step shows Learning the defense and offense portrays the language of teamwork and sportsmanship that our athletes possess. Hotty Toddy Road trips to away games Manning - enough said. Ole Miss is a close-knit community with our own language. Sit back, relax and take a glimpse into our world, our reality, our university - OUR LANGUAGE. rd Observatory, completed in 1859, was designed by Chancellor Barnard after visiting the observatory at Harvard. The observatory was to house the largest telescope in the world. Barnard deliberately had it built four inches larger than the one at Harvard. Once the Civil War broke out, the telescope was delivered to Chicago, where it now sits on the campus at Northwestern University. " -v.. Mi r ; Al UU GhOl ThC XJOJAOMOJQiQs O VTkaocaoLppi oegan in 1848 when the doors opened to the fuiof 80 oi cLudo. Since then, the University of Mississippi has expanded tO UVLUG (XCXXcL WUdCs OlU tf LOV 0, Cu weoacudi! cei4e t, and TUftG odtelcufe ccxuvipvAoeo, Tupelo, Southaven and Booneville. The nickname of OLVTtao was gradually adopted from the original name of the yearbook, 1UOLWU. In 1897, Ojuvux WWk submitted the name as part of a oi L c to name the yearbook. The University of Mississippi is truly owe, o AwghuxJo Cx wc 2w and peftTohmu iQ dfeho bring out a unique (iou juxxae o Ob VTlu o. ItiG, Cjnov and the HaA VoA featured some of the biggest ones of the year: ZajJ L Luvlta Cjhovc and Vl liaolaolppl IQidLuq. Current students and alumni venture out when these events occur. October 1, 2005, . biggest concerts to hit Oxford and Ole Miss in recent years. Mississippi Rising brought performers from around the U.S., including Mississippi native Faith Hill to sing one of her recent hits, " Mississippi Girl. " This concert was in lue of Hurricane Katrina ' s aftermath. October 16, 2005, proved to be a big day for the Lady Rebels during an SEC soccer game. Sophomore Amy Gill, a native of Loveland, Ohio, scored the game-winning goal to beat Florida with only three minutes remaining in the game. NNMfiMPlNrfti 1 Darrcl] Blake I v There are 18 different me o ojaA wov ' o sports at 0(LWlu o. Through these, athletes are able tO oUjcxh mGAjv uj ilcii lG umau-GLQG through oportloi aaAAoktp, pnlxxG ouvoi u ujv|. The Wtoacx, oweoT audi " feoho are truly factors that get them through the season to display the KjcuAxzKACuotG, or oG Uao x KgJogJu ;s from every country blc wind during Welcome Week. se flags represent the different ionalities of students who ...lend Ole Miss. The Study Abro Office displayed these flags in th Circle to show students the endles possibilities of academic traveling and expanding their cultural VGft, U0. form one uua u ovioo The different cJuuhgo, LzittfaaGo audi (Lax ahouvJL come together tO truly show OL Wlu o ao gja joionyo, a visiting professor from the University of Pittsburgh, plays in the African Ensemble during the November 13th International Night Celebration at Fulton Chapel. Residents from India, China, Malaysia. Taiwan and other countries offered a whirlwind tour of their native lands. The international Studies Office helped orchestrate this event. % I S ' tm ' wLf ' • ■fk I H l ■ P fck M 1 . COW GhC loCuoJlovv IUg Uj I i Joseph Warpci STUDENT LIFE cJ c cooettv OLopmauv ' odujofr CxdtvGftu ig F olouAOovt " ocxdonlcJo TAootakmT H hit with Ricky Burkhead ' s Ole Miss Steel Drum Ensemble. Darrell Bl S wr •fir V s - Miss campus comes aJi h the sights and smells ndscapin_ Matthew Sharpe wm : " ■ I J ' ai The cooft rffipiratures and so .ys make studying for exams more relaxing for students. Matthew Sharpe Mm Different rorld put i dances. Catherine Robinson m Students come out of hibernation after the long weather break with an energy found only during springtime at Ole Miss. ■ When the winter days have come RnHtQne f D:.dgmJ:s J .Io ve to hang in s. Ole Miss Vanessa Hayes J5 Ole Miss football fans get to meet md greet the new roster of players in April during Red Blue Week. Tight End Robert Hough walks through a tunnel of devoted fans. Students came out of hibernation after the long winter break to be greeted by royalty, good tunes and a new coach during spring at Ole Miss. Soon after the Spring semester commenced, Oxford and Ole Miss found out they would soon be entertaining royalty. Prince Edward, Earl of Essex, of the United Kingdom, made north ' Mississippi a stopping point on his tour to promote fundraising for the restoration of Windsor, the castle damaged by fire in 1992. Edward received a king ' s welcome at Ajax, Rowan Oak and other points across the city and campus. In April, cars newly-donned with " O: The Coach " stickers flocked to campus for fans to meet their new coach and to get a taste of football season to tide them over until the fall. Head coach Ed Orgeron made his debut amidst a sea of red-clad fans in his first official march down the Walk of Champions on Saturday, April 9. The Grove filled once again on Sunday, April 17, for the annual Spring Fest concert with a line-up of bands Campus Programming Director Jennifer Taylor called " one of the best in years. " The Student Programming Board had tried for years to book popular rock band Tonic and finally succeeded, Taylor said. Ole Miss alumnus Josh Kelley returned to play at the event and locals Wiley and the Checkmates joined in. As the month came to a close, the Double Decker Festival on the Square brought visitors to town once again and gave students and locals a chance to sample food, arts and even more sounds. This year ' s musical line-up on April 30 included local, or almost local, favorites such as the Circuit Riders, the Cooters, DayBreakDown, Healthy White Baby and Herbert Wiley and the Checkmates. " The huge variety of famous performers was more than what expected, " said sophomore Tiffany Dunn. " It was really exciting and I hope to see something just as good again. " Folk-singing legend Emmylou Harris closed out Oxford ' s biggest evening on the Square. As finals neared, weary students took a break for Campus Programming ' s new two-week-long event - " The Final Stretch. " " We want the students to know that we care about them and that many of us have been in their shoes at some point in our lives and understand how stressful the end of the semester can be for them, " Taylor said. Masssages and snow cones were given for free and games of pool were on the house at The Southern Breeze from May 2-13. Also during the exam week, the Associated Student Body gave away free Scantrons and Blue Books. " It was great. All the stuff going on really helped me out during those exams, " said sophomore Terrence Stevenson. As temperatures warmed, Ole Miss ' 2004-2005 school year wrapped up with commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 14, 2004. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of several critically- acclaimed books David Halberstam was poised to address the graduates, but rain showers put a damper on the day. " Graduation day is definitely a day I will remember, not so much for the ' great significance ' of the day but more for the dousing all of us received that morning, " said May graduate Melissa Sindelar. " While the rain stopped me from hearing David Halberstam ' s speech and from getting photo ops with my friends I wanted, graduation did provide some different, yet completely fabulous memories. " As students return to campus and the leaves begin to change, fall at Ole Miss can be quite the pleasant time of year. The semester started out with the bang of Welcome Week. Sponsored by the Student Programming Board, the week brought music, food and fun to new and returning Rebels. " Overall, each event we have sponsored this year has been a success, " said Bradley Baker, program coordinator for the Department of Campus Programming. " The Student Programming Board has done an exceptional job this semester at planning different activities for students. The purpose of the SPB is to develop new ideas and turn those ideas into a reality. The fall semester has been jam-packed with activities and events that attract diverse groups of students. " All week long, caricatures, game shows, a money machine, an IronMan obstacle course and a velcro wall were set up for students in front of the Union as they traveled to and from their first few classes of the semester. On Saturday, Aug. 27, students turned out in droves for Rumble in the Grove. Digital Underground, Tone Loc, Drew Holcomb, The Taylor Grocery Band, Sanders Bohlke and The Gospel and Jeff Johnson all performed. The Welcome Week events may have been an indicator that students would show up to the other activities that lay in store. Baker said. " We have had high student participation in every activity, ranging from Rebel Nights to Homecoming Week to Welcome Week, " he said. " In my mind, some of the events that stood out the most included Ole Miss Idol and Poetry Slam during two different Rebel Nights, the Big Red Chair Photo during Homecoming Week and the outdoor activities we have had at the Student Union throughout the semester. The hands-on activities have included mechanical bulls, rock walls and bungee runs to name a few. " Once students settled in, the events did not stop. From Poetry Slams to Rebel Nights at the Southern Breeze to various productions from the Ole Miss Theater Department and other companies to conceits from Percy Sledge and the Oak Ridge Boys, there was always something available to students to combat any boredom that popped up in their hectic schedules. " Personally, I have enjoyed both the Poetry Slam and Ole Miss Idol competitions in the Southern Breeze, " Baker said. " Due to the high number of talented performers in both events, the crowd turnout was incredible. In turn, the high number of attendees made the atmosphere that much more competitive. " On Tuesday, Sept. 6 through Sunday, Sept. 1 1, filmmakers and movie enthusiasts from far and away converged on Oxford for the third annual Oxford Film Festival. Participants enjoyed screenings, workshops, professional independent and amateur films, presentations and awards. At the beginning of October, the campus landed one of the largest concerts in Ole Miss history - the Mississippi Rising benefit for Hurricane Katrina victims, which was broadcast live on MSNBC. The Ole Miss theater department kept busy with various productions. The season included Our Town, The Rocky Horror Show and a holiday delight, Christmas Wonderland. Also in other performances, Manic thrilled a Ford Center audience on Friday, Oct. 21. " I ' ve seen other performances (at the Ford Center) in the past, and they ' ve always been really well done, but they ' re always priced so that the average student can ' t afford to get into many, " said Albert Scovel, a senior from Pascagoula. " I really wanted to see La Boheme, but it was too expensive. " Later in the semester came an Ole Miss tradition, Parade of Beauties, where Ole Miss sophomore Sarah Mokry, of Olive Branch, was crowned on Wednesday, Nov. 16. " It will be neat to tell my kids and grand kids that I was ' Most Beautiful ' in a college known for having the most beautiful girls, " Mokry said. " I never imagined that I would win because there were 87 other beautiful girls in the pageant. In a pageant of this caliber, it is hard to imagine yourself winning it all. Any one of them would have been an amazing ' Most Beautiful. ' " On Friday, Nov. 18, famed Republican Sen. John McCain gave a speech to a packed Gertrude C. Ford Center, focusing on the U.S. presence in Iraq. " John McCain was really good, but the most impressive part was that we were able to get someone of that caliber in the first place, " Scovel said. " The Lott leadership Institute seems to be a really great asset to the university that hopefully will continue to bring in high quality speakers. " I Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sigma Chi pledges at this year ' s Homecoming parade. Various artis ' at Rumble in I during Welcome W. ■ • - 1 „• " »% — tr • ' ' »« • 3k i 1 • W £ ♦•■, Wk ?p ■ 3y 8 W VK i 1 M ♦! (. it - ' V ■ . " - » r. E a v ffinsfl £ . ' buy pu from- the St. Peter ' s Pumpkin Patch to give their " way from home a ■ 1 ■ ■ ' 1 m During Welcome WogjJh ' the Air Fcwe JIOTC grill out in tn gaove to celebrate the start of the semester. i L Joseph Warner J ' m V iff ■m »« ■ W » ■ " rms oreerMpmsK izzas l ' l orcl „t 1 rn fi« tsijl tke t-jjijiiiMt ' Fund yj onuL q@ Susie Penman I Matthew Sharpe H r tss Mo! for stud kinging ability 1 1 1 ' The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity decorates for Christmas as part of a competition among all fraternities. Elizabeth Chapman wBBSBmm Campus housing is a vital part of Ole Miss student life. On-campus living provides students with a " home away from home. " written by Crystel Cannon Almost every freshman student has one thing in common when they begin life at Ole Miss - they must live in one of the 13 residence halls located around campus. To make these students ' lives a little easier, Associate Director for Residence Life, Melinda Pullen, said the housing department continually strives to improve their services whether by enhancing the aesthetics of the buildings, improving the elevators and safety issues, offering significant leadership and programming opportunities or providing employment opportunities. She also pointed out that research has shown that students who live on campus have better grades, higher graduation rates and make better alumni. Pullen said 3,515 students currently live in the residence halls. " Living on campus offers students the opportunity to learn from each other ' s differences, to learn to cooperate and experience people and points of view that they may have never had the opportunity to experience prior to living on campus, " Pullen said. Joseph Warner II Most of my good friends are down the hall from me. " - Ann Kirk Jacobs Freshman from Brookhaven, Miss. Ann Kirk Jacobs, a freshman international studies major from Brookhaven, lives in Martin Hall. Jacobs said she likes the fact she always has friends around 24 7. " I ' m never bored, " she said, adding that she always has someone close by to give her advice or an opinion about an outfit. " Most of my good friends are down the hall form me. " For Jacobs, a huge downside of on-campus living is sharing a bathroom with 40 people. People coming home at all hours of the night when she is trying to sleep, writing a paper or studying also makes Jacobs long for a more private living situation. Living in a space one-fourth the size of her old room has also been cause for adjustment. Still, despite some of the discomforts of residence hall life, Jacobs said the housing staff was extremely helpful after torrential rains of Hurricane Katrina flooded her room on August 29. " We had to pull up the carpet and move the chest of drawers out from the window, " she said. If required for her sorority, Jacobs said she would spend another year j ' . exp act pi del liw (left) Stockard residents gather for an impromptu guitar concert during a study break. (top right) Stockard Hall showroom allows male students to view their new homes. (bottom right) Move-In is a big production for incoming freshmen. 1 8 Student Life annon 5r from omeone it of my taring a benight s Jacobs ■ j Katrina vers out another I year in the hall. " If I have to [live in the hall], it will be fun because all my friends are there, " she said. Pullen said the Department of Student Housing added new programming opportunities for the 2005-2006 school year. " We want students to have as much choice and input in their living experience as possible. We encourage them to participate in Hall Council activities and in programming within the halls. " The residence halls provide students with tutoring and other programs. Programs range from alcohol awareness and sexual assault defense to international cooking events. Tutoring is available for math, history, biology, Spanish, writing assistance and chemistry. " We also have learning communities for biology, engineering, ROTC and honors, " Pullen said. Reyena DeHenre, a sophomore biology major from Laurel, also lives in Martin Hall. She said the study sessions and Writing Center have been useful. She also participates in her hall ' s Canvas Night because she loves to paint. " I like the atmosphere. My neighbors are right there. There are always new people to get to know, " DeHenere said. After living in Crosby Hall as a freshman, DeHenere was surprised to discover a downside to her new home. Martin Hall does not have a kitchen. " I have to go to a friend ' s apartment if I want to cook, but that does not happen too often. I didn ' t even know what a microwave dinner was until this semester, " DeHenere said. DeHenere said she loved her freshman experience living in Crosby, where Resident Assistant ' s provided fun activities for the students. She said they gave the students opportunity to purchase Halloween and Christmas bags filled with candy that would be sent to their neighbors as a little " I ' m thinking about you " gift. Crosby Hall also had a great " Scary Movie Night " where students would gathered to eat pizza and hot wings while scaring themselves to death watching " Dawn of the Dead, " she said. Walker Agnew, a freshman real estate and finance major from Houston, Texas, said he really likes living on campus. " I really enjoy dorm life because the sixth floor of Stockard Hall has some great guys, " he said. Agnew said that the guys on his floor have found creative ways to have fun in the halls during study breaks and weekends. He said that he utilizes all that residence life has to offer. " I ran for ASB senator out of Stockard Hall, and I use the math tutor for Business Calculus three days a week, " he said. Agnew believes that its important to live in the halls, especially during freshman year. " I have made so many friends through the dorm, " Agnew said. " - :- . " ■ ' (left) Girls in Stewart Hall spend hours a day getting ready for swaps, parties and dates, (top right) Stockard Hall residents play video games, such as Halo, during their free time, (bottom right) The Martin Residence Hall showroom is decorated to give students an idea of their new room during Orientation sessions. Suzanne Payette iJULOlllIU 1 dVLLlV I have made so many friends through the dorm. - Walker Agnew Freshman from Houston, Texas Student Life 1 9 ' ¥ ► itiM ■r m I 1 -» )5WwS njtijr ©felfc (tesg (c«Cl»l»l« fices ai it Body or lonon Homi ;coi itles, vv ningQ ffl yy f U fifl i ese opt ions , the har dest pa ib35ffl- ! ■ ign for. Soi ne of the ■ guess decision when fri ends ai id f ellow cla ssmate your candidacy. SMffli;i« J i ' :.i mi " :ffiB ' r ; " j : != ,i £ sllll§ ' ' ' -• ' ' ■■■■ ' 5$ am fiifiniwEiiKaF nsi 3 After all, when students run for office, they can count on the with representatives from various organi fe s 3 wm m gsi I lElsjM ify: .Mf8fflpL ' -ISHSaffli8 fet5feg for the ASB and was also elected Campus Favorite and Homecoming all of the fraternity and sorority houses and standing outside polling Maid. places asking for rieonle ' s votes. Obviousl,v.-- l31s.isrfnio.t ' , - ™iMe«BHB " Two of my sorority sisters also got campus favorite, " Wicker So, if runnin said. " That was really exciting for all of us, and our sorority put want to 1 be with my whole sorority, and for them to all be so behind us aro campus favorite. excited for us getting that. " 40 0 " It is not rea Sometimes it is not a matter of others encouraging you to run, that yOu are hon but as is the case with Cal Wells in his successful run for ASB Senate of the five guys - improve the campus and share his love for Ole Miss with others. " I absolutely loved my time here, " Wells said. " My goal was to vm mm at (MuSffiMti akSKu WiM) W@S EC „ ■ ■: | iVii ' ' TMIMB ii ' i IMvjIRS) but past experiences that I have had at Ole Miss is something that I loser, but i can never duplicate but would want to share with as many people as " I I could. " throui IfTilllBllM l illMMBMW mBmmSS an and that takes time, especially, if deciding to run for ASB President, beneficial. " This was something that Wells found out in his attempt at the office sisaaig a% mm - r-immdm ?- ' -■■ ■: .0;. qmm. II CTtswlrol (samcmm :.■; ■■■ • ' - tSBft? iM 9 ' vv:Taioffi)t i iMMn Mij 3 | av i8i cEnLra35 | i H aL ipaigning Be w pdMgmll mMt §hmp wfea (girap Mpkig fejr 1 ci ci o STO 51 Hal written by David Thigpen - photography by Matthew Sharpe •- l Li 1 ■ " (• 1 • " —r 1 f Mm ' •.l-.-v: ' -? ' 1 T 3Rf5 LI .- fe t yiui Sfolo nel Reb supporters campai ' ifta •■!■•« JfcW enf -4 tirafe doing it, and I wajrable to meet more mgfr ftt tion thaiUrWomd otherwise ha4 HJmc into contact with. " - Cal Wells Senior from Jackson, Miss. LOVIO lli s Vi 22 Student Life 3J • V • V t 9 1 The Grove • Avid Ole Miss fans pitch tents on game days for tailgating prior to kick-off. Quickly, the Grove turns from a shady park into a sea of red and blue. Most tents have the basics to entertain fans for the few hours before the Rebels take the field. However, there are some tents that are decked out with candles, silver and china. These fans bring out the very best to tailgate and support their team. Then again, some fans make their tents into a home away from home. They bring generators for fans in the summer and heaters in the winter. Also, they bring grills and crock pots to keep the food coming. For some, the only way to enjoy an Ole Miss football game is by listening to radio while still partying in the Grove. The most amazing quality of the Grove is the southern hospitality; no one is a stranger in the Grove. Student Life 23 through word of mouth. - Paul MacLeod creator of Graceland Too Holly Springs, Miss — ITTt V» " 3R i - ' - • ■■ 2 Graceland Too! • Not quite a shrine, not quite a museum, but an Elvis time capsule. Graceland Too in Holly Springs, Miss., is a library of all-things Elvis. Paul MacLeod started his collection in 1955 and has grown to over 55,000 newspaper clippings and thousands of carefully catalogued pieces of information. 3 Keeping up with our Student Section • Many schools show their spirit by painting their bodies, our student section takes a different approach. Instead of T-shirts donning our school logo, we dress to the 9 ' s in dress shirts and ties, and cocktail dresses and heels. " We may have lost the game, but we have never lost a party " 4 Walk of Champions • During game day, the football team walks down the center of the Grove to the cheers of their fans. 24 Student Life When first arriving at Ole Miss, most :w to the campus immediately notice the inormal speed limit. Many wonder who their right mind would make students ive 18 mph? Once more familiarized with le Miss and the traditions of the campus udents will find that 1 8 mph serves not lly as a speed limit but also as a means of membrance to the athletic achievements the famous Archie Manning. Before arriving at Ole Miss potential udents hear tales about the Grove, le tents, the food and the thousands football fans crowded at the center of mpus preparing, waiting and yearning to ;OW their undying love and support for eir football team. Fans arrive at ungodly urs of the night and morning to set up eir tents. They all gather with friends, mily and people of neighboring tents to tare in the excitement of game day. Fans ime out despite poor weather conditions st to enjoy the good times of the day. The a of people and tents cover the Grove, ansforming the popular spot on campus. Football season is the most anticipated me of year. Students long for the sights, unds and smells of game day. Seeing ie tents, smelling the food, hearing the usic, people laughing, kids running ound having fun truly an unforgettable tperience. All gather around the Walk of hampions anxiously awaiting the football team. The sound of the band playing Rebel March, whistling, cheering and yelling players ' names fills the air as the team walks through the Grove to Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium. Memories of the Grove and the experiences students have there will last a lifetime. There are no strangers in the Grove, just people you haven ' t met yet. - Lauren Clark Junior from Brandon, Miss ' . i . « - - Vn Trey Kit I ;ames because it is Southern Etiquette. - Chris Pinkston Junior from Jackson, Miss. ir--; ' ' ' - ' v Kitchens i Faulkner ' s Grave • William Faulkner is buried in Oxford cemetery, which is a frequent site for )le Miss students playing hide-and-go-seek. The grave site is occasionally used for the student ritual f " making peace with Faulkner, " which consists of a half bottle of whiskey poured on his grave, and he other half consumed by the student making the sacrifice. 6 Ventress Stairwell • The tradition f graduating students signing the stairwell in Ventress Hall, home of the Liberal Arts College, began uring the Civil War. According to the building ' s history, a confederate veteran signed his name and unit n the interior of one of the building ' s turrets, thus beginning the tradition. 7 Campus Speed Limit Thanks Archie!! • No one represents the legend or the passion of football in the South, or what Dotball means, more than Archie Manning. And that is why students drive only 18 mph on campus. bryan doyle CD 26 Student Life Hard Rock Casino • Biloxi, Miss. Student Life 27 It was a disaster that very simply was not supposed to happen. In late August of 2005, reports flooding the national media that a hurricane, which hit Miami as a Category 1, was growing in Gulf of Mexico. Destination: the Gulf Coast areas of Mississippi. Meteorologists and media members warned that this hurricane, a category five with wind speeds upwards of 150 mph. The Coast had seen hurricanes, as had New Orleans. Hurricanes had hit in a far less sobering fashion than Katrina would, and many allusions to the swallowing of New Orleans by the sea fell on deaf ears. Surely this storm would fall and turn in the same way that others had. Residents of New Orleans had been warned before of a massive storm that would flood their city, breaking the levees and swallowing a city famous for its rich culture and musical heritage. On Sunday, the music of New Orleans ceased, at least temporarily, as Hurricane Katrina would make her entrance in the history of the Deep South. What would become the costliest natural disaster in the history of the country facilitated the evacuation of tens of thousands of people from the Gulf Coast, many of whom would never return. The hurricane pounded the Gulf Coast of Mississippi and Louisiana, completely decimating the area. Mobile homes, historic buildings and casinos alike were all wiped from the earth. Still an incredibly potent storm, the hurricane swept up the state of Mississippi leaving a path of destruction that stretched as far as Northeast Mississippi. In coming weeks, fear gripped the country with images of rushing waters, dead bodies, dangerous looting, and motherless children danced across television sets. The destruction left was too real. The storm left more than 1,300 dead. In a matter of days, thousands of people were homeless. The storm knocked out electricity and cell phone towers, and many areas would not regain power for months. Like the seeds of a dandelion carried by a cool southern breeze, Katrina lifted a scattering of Gulf Coast residents throughout the country. Many evacuees were forced to settle with friends and family further inland in their home state, others found themselves in nearby cities where they had no ties or connections, while others were forced to relocate as far as the country ' s other coastlines. As Mississippi ' s coastal cities were scrambling to clear the highways to allow aide to enter the hardest hit a reas of the hurricane, the central and northern counties suddenly had their own dilemma: How could they assist the open hands of the refugees who arrived at the doorstep? The capitol of Jackson suddenly doubled in size. Even as far north as Oxford, near 4,000 came to the city ' s makeshift Katrina Resource Center at the Old Wal-Mart. Displaced students from across the coastal region registered at neighboring universities, including Ole Miss. As the rubble was sifted through, as the Mississippi highways were cleared and the mounds of twisted metal and stone removed, it would become clear that a save for a wounded state would not just be found in the removal of Katrina ' s destructive evidence. Picking up the pieces of the lives of thousands of Mississippians; those who lost their family, their job, their home, their will take much were than a bulldozer, a backhoe or neatly stacked pile of dollar bills. Every Mississippian knows someone who in some way was affected by the hazardous winds that descended upon the Gulf Coast in late August of 2005, the winds that sent an already economically deficient state into a further stage of disrepair. Lives will be rebuilt just as the brick and mortar are placed on the foundations of the flashy new Mississippi casinos. The state will assuredly feel the ripples of Katrina ' s wake for years to come, and uncertainty will surround the reparations of the nation ' s poorest, yet most generous, state. However, one thing is certain. The future of the badly beaten magnolia state will be built upon the bright faces of Mississippi ' s young generation, who are charged with the responsibility to return its home state to what it once was. 28 Student Life Beau Rivage Resort and Casino • Biloxi, Miss. Student Life 29 s :ocese of J Ml - ! gr vj?: wry 4b J 1 1 ri 1 1 1 1 H H 1 ( Bh jl - W k.v SL B », j V 1 ■ ML 1 JjB t f ffP- ■ 1 J Hfc 1 ' ' - —V J| r 1 IHiifl i. Ulti. K- H tft ! [ j ■ MB J 1 o5 lac m 2 ' l! " " " " I 1 Im r vn fi ' £ .1. 1 s ■n t »i mt 1 i r i r i , J ; 1 l-i ■ 30 Student Life St. Michael ' s Parish • Biloxi, Miss. Student Life 31 In the weeks after the disaster that was Hurricane Katrina, Americans watched in shock at the media coverage of New Orleans, one of America ' s great cities. Many Mississippians appealed to politicians and community leaders about their worries that Mississippi would receive governmental financial aid in the same way as it received attention from the media. Enter Sam Haskill, former worldwide head of television for the William Morris Agency, along with Lanny Griffith, chief executive officer of Washington, D.C. -based lobbying firm Barbour, Griffith c Rogers, LLC. The pair of Mississippi natives, using their connections in the entertainment industry as well as the state of Mississippi, organized a benefit concert for the state, amassing a wide array of celebrity talent to force the plight of devastated Mississippi into the public consciousness. To host the event, organizers chose the University of Mississippi, spurring massive organizational effort to put together a concert in a matter of weeks. " This is something very important to all of us. The hurricane left in its wake amazing devastation, " Griffith said at a press conference preceding the concert. Many of the featured celebrities were Mississippians, such as Lance Bass, member of the former pop group N ' Sync. He said there was no question that Mississippi celebrities would come back and helps their home state. " It ' s our duty. This is where we got our start, " Bass said at the press conference. " Our morals and support system came from here. This is where we got our start. " On October 1, Approximately 4,000 people packed into the Tad Smith Coliseum for the Mississippi Rising benefit concert at Ole Miss where they were greeted by an A-list of celebrities preaching relief and renewal for the crippled Gulf Coast. The event, broadcast nationwide on MSNBC, featured musical performances from artists such as Faith Hill, Brian Mcknight and Steve Azar and featured brief speeches from Mississippi-native celebrities. One of the most memorable moments of the evening occurred within the program ' s first five minutes. Actor Morgan Freeman, who spoke frequently throughout the program, addressed the crowd. " You don ' t hear a lot about us because we ' re too busy helping others to complain. " said Freeman, a native of Clarksdale, to a applauding crowd. He was interrupted several times by roaring applause. " I didn ' t choose Mississippi. Mississippi chose me. We ' ve gotten a heavy blow. We ' re down, but we ' re not out, " he said as the crowd erupted in applause. Throughout the program, images on the four large screens in the coliseum showed the destruction Hurricane Katrina wrought, contrasting with the messages of inspiration and encouragement given by performers and politicians alike. Gov. Haley Barbour was greeted by a standing ovation as he addressed the crowd aside his wife, Marsha. " We ' re determined to have a renewal in Mississippi, a Mississippi renaissance, " he said. Faith Hill, a former resident of Starr, was one of the telethon ' s highlights. Performing a four-song set, including her pop-country hits " Mississippi Girl " and " Breathe, " Hill lauded the spirit of the Mississippi people. " I ' ve been all over the world, and there ' s not a person in this state that wouldn ' t give you the shirt off their back, " she said. Cast members of the soap operas " Days of our Lives, " and " The Young and the Restless " dramatically recounted the heroic actions of a police squad from Waveland, while actress Whoopi Goldberg showed the human side of the hurricane ' s destruction on Gulf Coast residents in a her first-ever documentary. Actors Jason Alexander and Ray Romano provided the comic relief for the production. Romano gave short stand-up routine about the joy and pain of raising his twin sons, while Alexander gave a lovable melody of songs he was told as a rising actor that he could never perform. " I love when people face adversity and beat it with a stick, " Alexander said. The telethon was a culmination a movement that began in early September of 2005. The concert raised more than $15 million for the Mississippi Recovery fund. 32 Student Life 1 Celebrities and supporters packed the Tad Smith Coliseum for Mississippi Rising, a concert to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina. The event featured musical performances from artists such Faith Hill, Steve Azar and the Mississippi Gospel Choir. Mississippi Mass Choir • Mississippi Rising Benefit Concert Oxford, Miss. Student Life 33 facebook Students at Ole Miss are addicted to the new form of vi The University of Mississippi View My School View My Groups View My Friends View My Spirit Reach Out and Poke Someone Have you ever wondered how to keep in touch with old friends from high school? How about your current friends at Ole Miss? The Facebook, an online directory for college students, is just the source for connecting people through different social networks at colleges and universities across the nation. A high school version has also been created for students to connect with others before arriving at a college or university. You can find just about anyone, so long as their school is on the list, and they ' ve entered their information. However, they can confirm or reject your friend status, so some people may not want to be reached. " I have had weird people try to get me to confirm their friend status or join their group, " said Kathleen Jones, a senior political science major from Long Beach. " I have rejected those sort of people and groups. " The site offers ways to connect people - through classes, pals at their own university and friends at other colleges. You can also talk to people on personal walls, in e-mail-like messaging and through groups formed by and for people with common interests. " Most groups are quite funny, " said Abby Williams, a sophomore marketing major from Atlanta. " Some groups can be misleading too, and I do not want to be a part of that. " However, a recent case on the Ole Miss campus brings to question the appropriateness of certain groups and the loose connection between students and the university while on the Facebook. Last spring, three students formed a group that insinuated its members wanted to have sexual relations with a specific Ole Miss professor, as reported in The Daily Mississippian on April 18, 2005. After the University Police Dep artment was informed, the group was forced to shut down, and the university became involved in the matter. The Ole written by Salimeh Shamaly - photography by Joseph Warner a Student Media production The Ole Miss 2006 34 Student Life are you ready? hotty toddy You ' re connected to 163 people through classes. You ' re connected to 9191 people through friends. Miss Judicial Council ruled that the group violated the university appropriate use policy, and the group had to attend a meeting where they discussed their violation and how they promoted violence against women through the group. The policy states that students cannot " posses, willingly receive or distribute obscene material " and that university telecommunications or computers cannot be used as a harassment tool. Because students loosely link to the Facebook using an Ole Miss e-mail address, the students faced disciplinary action for poor judgment. They could have faced a civil lawsuit. " The university has every right to do what they need to do because we do use the Ole Miss e-mail, " Williams said. " We do not want to represent Ole Miss poorly. " Kathleen Jones has similar feelings. " They [Ole Miss] have the power to control it because we are university students. Just like in high school, our freedom of speech is limited in such instances. Other universities have had similar problems with groups that promote obscenity, harassment, the use of drugs and so on. " It ' s hard to control something so large, " said Kayla Criddle, a senior English major from Pontotoc. People should be able to use good judgment, and the university should be able to reprimand anyone harassing Ole Miss faculty or students. " However, of the thousands of Ole Miss students who use The Facebook, this is the first case that has come up. Will more follow? Maybe. But for now, students can enjoy hours of poking friends, joining groups and looking up profiles of lost friends. " Facebook is rather addictive, " Williams said. " I like being able to talk to people I haven ' t talked to in a while. I ' m really bad at names, and now I have a place to put a name with a face. The Facebook has saved my butt many times. " Student Life 35 The Princeton Review awarded Ole Miss as a top party scene university. The students also received other top awards for being number one for (almost) never studying. 36 Student Life Ole Miss is the central meeting place of well-to-do Southerners. Everyone is always greeting one another with a common ' Hello ' or ' Hey how are you doing? ' - Princeton Review organizations for students to participate Major Frat Sorority Scene Number of students attending Ole Miss School Quality of Life Rating s mt-of- Percentage of females attending Ole Miss Students (almost) never crack a book Ole Miss is one of the 140 colleges named a Best Southeastern College by The Princeton Review. Student Life 37 They are just like everyone else, yet they are the epitome of the odd couple. A day in the life of April and John Broussard is like any other typical college student. The only thing that sets April Taylor Broussard apart from other Ole Miss females is she was engaged before she even began her college career and married years before she could have a drink. " I think it ' s (being married) less stressful than having a boyfriend. There ' s less drama. You don ' t have to schedule time for each other, " April said almost immediately after the interview started. Both graduating seniors from Tylertown, April and John have been married since May 2003 and seem to be one of the luckiest couples on campus. As they sit through the interview, it slip into side banter wit occasionally look at each other like onl those in love would recognize. Not only are they in love, but the Broussards have had astounding circumstances allowing them to get married. The only word to describe their situation is lucky. One would automatically assume such a young couple would have major financial problems to add to the stress of being married. Not so for the Broussards. John, a medical school-bound biochemistry major, became an ROTC cadet his freshman year and has enjoyed the benefits that have helped him marry the woman of his dreams. " We can afford school because everything is paid for, " April said. " We ' re not trying it it not for ROTC, we probabl; would not be married. " Since April and John both have full scholarships, it only made sense for the two to get hitched at such an early age. April and John are accustomed to doim things at an early age. The two lovebirds have been attending the same school since 4th grade. John saud they became friends i 6th grade. In 11th grade, it became a mate made in heaven when the two started dating. " Being married in college is nice because we get to be around people our age as opposed to the older crowd, " John said thankfully. " We ' d automatically be exposei to an older crowd if we were not in college. Luckily, April and John also have very supportive parents to help ease their transitions into married life. Even though For some students finding a date is the hardest part of college life, but for two students juggling a marriage and school it is bliss. ravlor and B jay the one bills. nd the coupie s car insurance John ' s parents seemed to understand tne marriage more, simply because they had been down the same road before. " My parents got married while they were in college, too, except they started having children immediately, " John said. Children are in the couple ' s plans, but want to wait until post-graduation plans have been made. Once graduated from Ole Miss, April plans to get a full-time job while John goes to medical school, if he goes to University Medical Center in Jackson. If John goes to Uniformed Services University of Health Mences in Maryland, April will not have work and the couple will start having written by Renee Wells - photography by Trey Kitchens children. Eventually, Ap to continue her educatior Master ' s degree, but she has agreed to put her education on hold until John is settled in medical school. " You have to grow up in the sense that you can ' t be selfish. You have to consider someone else, " April, an English and journalism major, said. Aside from everything, the couple reaps their marriage to its full potential. " She makes me study, " John said playfully as he shot his wife a side-glance. John made a point to mention their competition with each other to have the better GPA. " You have someone depending on you, so you have incentive to do well in school, " April said. • as the social scene, th believes they are like any other normal people. " It ' s not like the typical marriage where you come home every afternoon and cook dinner, " April said. " Although I don ' t think we ' ve ever been normal college students. " John said they tend to go out with other couples more often, and they try to schedule classes and bed time together. The couple most enjoys hanging out at their Village apartment. The- benefits? " You ' re not worried about fashion because you ' re not trying to catch a guy, " April said. " You don ' t have to worry about check-out times in dorms or sneaking in, " John said, although he added that he has never snuck into a dorm. Student Life 39 ilon Xi hi College Cteitj BoMipndaJi n — Do ,btri il Chanty Bowl Every year, the Sigma Nu fraternity hosts a charity football game to raise money foi their scholarship foundation. Sigma Nu played against Sigma Chi in the 2005 Charity Bowl, where they raised $75,000. 40 Student Life Students take time out of their busy academic and social schedules to give back to the Oxford community. See what some do to get involved and help out. written by Crystel Cannon Student Life 4 1 (left) The United Way thermometer sign measures the amount of money the University has raised in conjunction with the organization. The goal this year is $125,000, which will be donated to several different organizations throughout Lafayette County, (top) Matt Cutrer and Logan the dog spend the day in front of the Student Union raising money for the Oxford-Lafayette Humane Society. II If students feel they may not have the time to be involved, they must realize that truly being a servant leader doesn ' t neccessarily mean that they spend 10 hours a week at the soup kitchen or homeless shelter. - Laura Harris Director of Community Service for the Associated Student Body II 42 Student Life By the middle of the semester, the everyday pressure of classes can make even the most service-minded students wonder when they will find the time to volunteer. But for some students, taking time to help others is not just another thing to do, but a way to relax and give back. Michael Seger from New Albany volunteers at the Baptist Student Union ' s Village, an after school group for children. Seger has been involved in the group for three years, and he said the experience has changed his life. " Being involved at the Village is probably the most meaningful thing I have done in college. I love spending time with those guys and girls. This experience has allowed me to realize that I want to spend the rest of my life working with children and students. " Michael said it is rewarding to know that the time he devotes to hanging out with the kids makes such a difference in their lives. It is amazing how an hour of our week can do so much, Seger said. He feels it is important that students get involved while in college. " I feel that one of the most important aspects of college is broadening our horizons and becoming more aware of the world around us. Community involvement helps students become less focused on themselves and enrich the lives of those they serve, " he said. Senior Ryan Upshaw, a psychology major from Moss Point, also devotes much of his free time to volunteerism. Upshaw serves as president of Habitat for Humanity, treasurer of the Rotaracts and served for two years as ASB Director of Student Involvement. He has always been involved in both campus and community activities because he enjoys working with people and helping to make a difference. " Volunteering is a truly humbling experience. Anytime I volunteer, I hope that I can contribute something to someone else ' s life even if it ' s something small, " Upshaw said. Upshaw said finding time to volunteer is all about learning to manage one ' s time. " Sometimes you have to sit down and plan out when you can take the time to volunteer. I know that I have to succeed academically because that is the purpose of attending college, " he said. Laura Harris, director of community service for the ASB, said there are many ways for busy students to get involved. " If students feel they may not have the time to be involved, they must realize that truly being a servant leader doesn ' t necessarily mean that they spend 10 hours a week at the soup kitchen or homeless shelter. It could simply be helping a classmate prepare for a test the two of them are about to take or running to the store for their roommate so they can concentrate on their school work or taking a class that involves helping the community, such as a first aid class, " she said. Harris said students can also join organizations such as Rotaracts and Gamma Beta Phi that meet monthly and offer several service opportunities at different times and dates. Harris, who is a senior psychology major from Beaumont, Texas, said it is extremely important for students to be involved for the sake of their community and themselves. " Not only do they have the opportunity to make a difference at their university and affect the lives of others in need, they may also learn more about themselves and their interests that may affect their future career paths or establish life-long passions, " she said. Bethany Conner, a senior English major from Vicksburg, said all students should volunteer their time in order to better understand the human experience. " You can ' t spend all of your time in the classroom and hope to obtain a balanced view of the world. All students should strive to diversify their educations by giving selflessly to others and learning from that experience, " she said. Conner, who serves as Golden Key Treasurer and the Gender Studies Organization President, said her volunteer experiences have provided her with opportunities for personal growth. " I ' d never felt so fulfilled and thankful of the blessings I ' ve received until I started volunteering regularly. From tutoring elementary school kids to working with the elderly to fund-raising initiatives, I always leave such endeavors with a greater sense of well being, " she said. Valeria Ross, the coordinator of volunteer services in the Dean of Students office, said students who are interested in volunteering can come by her office to learn about service opportunities. Ross said some of the many volunteer opportunities include assisting the elderly, delivering meals on wheels, assisting the Salvation Army or Red Cross, mentoring and tutoring. Ross said volunteering serves as a learning experience for stud ents. " Performing community service allows the volunteer to learn about others through their serving experience. It teaches civic responsibility, aids in building relationships and helps student understand how service aids in strengthening communities, " she said. Student Life 43 Culture on Parade Flags, fashion and food were on parade during the annual International Night. The night represents the university ' s 491 international students. written by Emily Berry - photography by Joseph Warner From Jordan to Taiwan to Bosnia to Korea, International Night covers the globe showcasing the diverse cultures that can be found at Ole Miss. The International Student Organization held its annual International Night at Fulton Chapel on November 13. The celebration started at 6:30 with a parade of flags from each country represented by the students. Live performances of folk dances and musicians playing the drums, guitar and violin entertained the crowd, as well as the fashion show, where students modeled the traditional clothing of their country. " The highlights of the show were the fashion show, the parade of flags, the dance routines from the Indian and African students, the singing of the Taiwanese students and of course the delicious international food ranging from Indian to Mexican that was provided by the Ole Miss Graduate Student Council, " said Tim Woodard, the international programs advisor. The finale of the evening was the international food reception held in the Union food court. Attendees had the chance to taste-test the native dishes. " Our students represent over 70 countries; the largest amount coming from India, the People ' s Republic of China and Korea respectively, " said Woodard. This is the biggest event for the ISO, said ISO President Akanksha Gupta, a graduate and second-year law student, who is originally from North India. The night is primarily a student-led event. From year to year, there are a few changes in the performances, but they always stick to fashion, food and dance to show off the different faces of the university ' s 491 international students. 44 Student Life ■ Our students represent over 70 countries; the largest " amount coming from India, the People ' s Republic of China and Korea respectively. - Tim Woodard International Programs Advisor " All the students volunteer and seem to be excited to share their cultures with us, " Woodard said. The planning starts five weeks before the big show. " We [ISO] have an interest meeting. People will come up with ideas on who will perform and what they would like to see, " Gupta said. " International night is not limited to just students. " Gupta said people from the Oxford community, Jackson and Mississippi State come to participate in the event. The ISO also focuses on other events during the year, such as a panel with the Sarah Isom Center for Women ' s Studies on international issues of women, a movie week with the Writing Center and charity efforts with Habitat for Humanity. International Night can get expensive, usually several thousand dollars, said Woodard. But the ISO is backed by sponsors, like the Office of International Programs, Office of Chancellor, Associate Provosts Office, Office of Vice Chancellor, Croft Institute for International Studies, Office of Campus Programming, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Associate Student Body, Office of the Dean of the Graduate School and Oxford T-shirt Co. Woodard said they were pleased with the event this year, but they usually have a sellout audience, which they did not have this year. The turnout was good though with Fulton Chapel ' s seats mostly filled. " The purpose of International Night is to expose the university community to a night of cultural entertainment that showcases the talents of our many diverse students, " said Woodard. " The celebration aims to promote cultural understanding and mutual respect between all cultures at Ole Miss. Student Life 45 (top left) Ole Miss students take time out of their busy schedules to roll up their sleeves and give blood to help out people in need. (top right) Nurses from Mississippi Blood Services decorate the Union Ballroom with tables, fans and all other equipment, (left) After giving blood students are advised to have a seat and snack on some juice and cookies before getting back to their class work. | ■ Give Blood! Give Lif During times of crisis Ole Miss students roll up their sleeves and give their blood to help others in need. written BY Ryan Upshaw - photography BY Matthew Sharpe When most people think of giving, donations of money or time are usually the first things that come to mind. However, many students on the Ole Miss campus have participated in giving of another sort. This past January was National Volunteer Blood Donor month. According to a news release issued by Mississippi Blood Services, roughly 38,000 units of blood were needed to help patients with cancer and other diseases, organ transplant recipients as well as to help save the lives of accident victims. Unfortunately, less than five percent of the eligible population actually donates blood on a regular basis, according to the American Red Cross Web site. Mississippi Blood Services provides blood and products to 50 hospitals across Mississippi and has seven drawing centers in the state. Many students like Ashley Perryman feel that giving blood is an important service and encourage others to participate. " I feel that giving blood is a great way to help others and to give back to the community. It doesn ' t cost anything and can really make a difference in someone else ' s life, " said Perryman, a graduate student in accounting from Philadelphia. Although there was a desperate need for donors, individuals had to meet certain requirements in order to participate. According to the Mississippi Blood Service ' s Web site, potential donors must be at least 17-years-old, healthy and weigh at least 110 pounds. In addition, all donors must have passed a " mini-physical " . They also were required to complete a medical history questionnaire to ensure their own well-being and the safety of the blood supply. Volunteers who suffered from colds, the flu, recent pregnancy, surgery or any other serious illness were deferred or rejected in some cases. Nevertheless, some students are afraid to face the needle. " I would love to give blood, but I just cannot bring myself to do it. I have a friend that has a really bad reaction to needles and the sight of blood. That makes me afraid to participate, but I do plan to give blood one day. " said Blythe Keenum, a political science major from Booneville. Mississippi Blood Services also takes part in Transylvania Bowl each year. The annual blood drive is a competition between Ole Miss, Mississippi State and the University of Southern Mississippi to see which school ' s students can donate the most blood. This event is always a great way for students to express their school spirit while helping a great cause. For any student still wanting to donate, Mississippi Blo od Services operates a local donation center. This makes it easy for volunteers to donate right here in Oxford. The center is open every day of the week during normal business hours. Delta Gamma sorority sisters, Rachel Motes and Virginia Mclntyre spent the afternoon catching up on the latest gossip as they power- walk down Sorority Row. I im HHi HH 48 Student Life an affect on social health bee with friends and can walk at able to talk; that is pfHo walkin - Dr. Jeffery S. H rrori of Exercise Scie y - ' • - Walki o ' their.owfi A favorite pastime downtown and throui tale Ol( tpus as a power iS a Sol WRITTEN PHOTOGRAPHY BY SuZi ?le. It ' s ly climates and ever changing leaves malces ol ics all the more appealing " Olc. Miss has a beautiful campus, and it is really designed as Slking campus. Power walking around the carru M square is taking advantage of arelaj flfltffljj H and sociabl |exercise, " said Julia Stoll, a senior broadcast journalism major. Ole liss alsoJj g |large greek population and has become well )ra of sorority girls. As the band Paloalto states men jfl rock my world. They power walk all Jht, voumjbow daddy ' s little girl will always treat ight. " These walkers sfcfrJtheir promenade around 10 a.m. and f until dusk. X j|h over rBtf of America ' s population considered weight and Brter of tMt population considered obese. an kind ivsical activity is excellewjpr one ' s health. Power vMlking can blast fat as fast as jogging. pViimhcr plus is that walftlg is easier the ground with less than half th stance down University Avenue t ike belt through Oxford. mare. They burn about 100 calories per mile anc terms of cardiovascular health and helps manage associate professor of exercise science and health pr i rev S. Hallain, [Kevn m to remember in power wall nngtn Jbovvs past the hip (pumping )art of the appeaHl power walking, " Hallamsaid. Not lance your physical Health but power wall ing is g .1 magement tool. As people become more and in rc hi i to handle daily stress betr ; thus low ering bli » »d . Student Life 49 s g Faith -find fijglfin the n zatiotisibfpred at O smsel] though thej [ier peace stel Canon ■ Bhy by Trey jrd arrived at Ole Miss as a freshmen tour years her pastor told her - that she could not be a Christian by hers eir. ) Regardless of one ' s religious preference, many students i le Miss . ship. With almost 20 religious organizations located on campus and around the Oxford area, students are likely to find a place where thev feel at home J JT and psychology major from le Wesley Foundation. " Wesley provided an immediate ' college family ' - a group of people I could with whom I could identify with and trust. I have enjoyed getting to know the diverse group of people at Wesley, as there are numerous international students that have attended over the years. I have met people with completely different cul backgrounds, and I have seen their lives change at Wesley, " she said. Laird said being a part of Wesley has allowed her to be involved in many activities. She has been a part of the leadership team for the past three years, and she has been involved with Bible Studies, retreats, prayer groups, so a mission trip to Juarez, Mexico during the spring break of her freshman year. She also plays the piano and sings with the worship ing his freshmen TOnTmiiTi3WtBTwHWiiT«BBCTii t Murray, a senior English .. place at Campus Crusade.Tfof-diris Murfjfy said he first got involves . year because he knew sorrie people wf group. " I knew I needed soB part of my life in college since I was away from my family and my church, " Murray said, I Murray said he would encourage any student who is looking to involved in a campus ministry organization to find the one that ■ " f Jieir needs most effectively and challenges t will deepen their faith. ourage them to not be afraid to to leaders at tnese organizations so that they do not get .v multitudes. College has been a blessed time for me spiritually, and it ' W ' j twm ' . 1 1 r« Jri T 9 really can be for anybody if they allow it to be, " Briley Backstrom, a senior elementa- upelo, decided to join the Ba enjoying her experience with tl. Community College. Backstrom said her experiences n at Ole Miss after ave helped her meet ' • with her interests as well as further her spiritual growth. :kstrom said there are numerous ways to be involved in U. Students can help with children in the area, help bring ational students into the group, travel to different college ices or help do mission work [uelyn Surrell, a junior psyc lved in the Weslev Foundation premeditated desire to participate in organization on and off campus in order to retain her growing relationship with Christ. " This was just one of those things I was determi down the drain, " she said. num for •d not to let go Surrell said she attended the Wesley Foundation ' s Barbeque for new and returning students-, and she felt the warmth of the other members and their nurturing and open attitudes. found them to be genuine in their love for Christ, and that was lv what I was searching for. " she said. _ rrell said her advice for students searching for their is to pick an organization that they feel will challenge, nurture ■■•il walk. IIHWllMOMII typical service atmosphere that I have been accustomed, but it ' s cool " ver would have had the opportunity to experience it she said. ! said alfflbngHTCr organization has helped her discover ,,-jut herself spiritually, it has also helped her in other ways. " 1 don ' t really know about other students, but for me, religion and spirituality has played a major role in me keeping my head above water when it comes to all of the burdens we college students have to face, " she said. o — — c o U 3 u o H O - O c u The Tupelo native spent his fall semester in Washington, D.C. working at the White House. He always wanted to be a White House Intern and decided to fill out an application. " After I filled out the application, the people at the White House knew more about me than I knew about myself, " said Burns of the lengthy application process. Someone encouraged him to fill out the application, and he thought that an internship at the White House would be something fun to do. " I wanted to take part in helping the President and the American people, " said Burns. After he turned in his application and resume, the White House representatives called him for a phone interview. He said that he did not know when the White House representatives were going to call and that the phone interview lasted for about 10 to 15 minutes. The White House representatives told him information about the internship, asked him questions and put his fears and worries aside. After Burns was called, he was selected for the internship. He originally wanted to work at the White House in the summer, but the White House representatives called him two or three weeks before the fall semester of school started and offered him the job. Burns, an avid lover of politics, said, " If they called me tomorrow, I would be on a plane back. " Burns became interested in politics around the seventh grade and said that President Bush is his all-time favorite person. " I love this President so much. He is the person that got me interested in politics, " said Burns. Burns has followed President Bush ' s career since Bush was the governor of Texas and was so impressed with Bush that he contributed to his campaign for re-election. Burns has read books on President Bush, has studied him and he could even tell you his nickname he is called by the First Lady, how tall he is, and his favorite ice cream flavor. Burns said of Bush, " He fills the room with sincerity and humbleness. It is a humbling experience to me. " Imagine having eight roommates and meeting the President of the United States of America. For sophomore business major, Cadley Burns, this dream became a reality. During Burns ' internship at the White House, he worked in the Public Liaison Office which he describes as one of the best offices for interns to work in. One of the highlights of Burns ' Washington, D.C. experience was getting to take a picture with President Bush. Burns said, " I was very nervous. For someone that you just love and admire so much and you get to take a picture with him is kind of hard to put in words. " After the White House interns took pictures with the President and Vice President, the two officials talked to the group of interns. After the president spoke to the interns, he answered any questions they might have had. Burns said that it was very insightful to see how the president answered questions. Burns said that he is now able to apply all of the skills he learned to his everyday life. He said he learned how to make events run more smoothly, how to speak to dignitaries and learned how to implement his organizational skills. When Burns had to leave his internship at the White House, he thought it was one of the crudest punishments he had to go through. " It was hard to walk out that last time, " he said. " I grew very quickly to love the people. The White House staff is a smart, intelligent good group of people and I have much respect for staffers. " Burns encourages students to do an internship. " You learn a lot that you can apply to your everyday life. Take the opportunity to be around, to love, to see and learn about the country and the government. " 52 Student Life (top left) During his internship, Bums was able to visit the historic landmarks like the Capitol building, (top right) Bums witnessed President Bush take off in Marine One while interning in D.C. (right) One of the historic landmarks in D.C. is the Washington Mall, (bottom right) Cadley ' s office in the Public Liaison Office shows the results of the life of an intern, (below) Cadley experienced a true Northern winter during his semester long internship, (left) Cadley Bums worked in the Public Liaison Office in the White House, (middle) As part of the holiday season celebration, the chefs construct a gingerbread replica of the White House. II I love this President so much. He is the person that me involved in politics. - Cadley Burns Sophomore from Tupelo, Miss. II [Ot Student Life 53 JHB ft c ore: Despite, the South ' s reputation as patrons oT country music, it is jam bands that rock the Oxford music scene. written by John Flynt - photography by Matthew Sharpe If anyone knows music, it ' s Oxford Town CD reviewer and Ole Miss undergraduate Mitch Morgan. When it comes to the Oxford music scene, he has mixed feelings. " The crowds. are just drunk and oblivious, " says Morgan. " But very loyal supporters for the most part. " Morgan says the music scene for the 2006 school year was something of a mixed bag. " It has pitfalls and possibilities, " says Morgan. " Generally speaking, it ' s much better than outsiders give it credit for. " Morgan says that despite the South ' s reputation as patrons of country music, it ' s actually " a small percentage of the music scene in Oxford. " " Rock is ffrst and foremost, " says Morgan. " But jam band takes tr e cake. " Morgan describes jam band as a musical genre derivative of the Grateful Dead and, in a later incarnation, Phish. He also says modem musicians must take chances and put " unique elements into their music. " Morgan says the biggest musical event in Oxford in the last year was Firey Furnaces playing at Proud Larry ' s. " For Proud Larry ' s to get a big name like Firey Furnaces was pretty big news, " says Morgan. " But the biggest highlight of the Oxford music scene is the promotion of local artists. " He says that although Proud Larry ' s is the most popular venue, Oxford residents have many choices. " Proud Larry ' s has been on the decline. They sometimes miss the mark, " says Morgan. " Two Stick has gotten some good names. Jubilee has some good shows, but they don ' t have the greatest setup for a big band. " The Oxford music scene goes far beyond the bars on • m SWBSsSk ' 1 - - : 5 ! - ' : i S3 I : 8 I K§HfeSi! ■■M 1 " " ■■■■■ ' ■ ' ■- : ' ■■■ ■ ' ■■ ' ' ' ■ ' - ' • ' I tifjgk B9BB WBm wBm the Square. For students and Oxford residents, Thacker Mountain Radio at Off Square Books is a much loved Thursday evening tradition that combines readings from recent authors with live music. Mary Warner, a spokesperson for Square Books, says the Thacker Mountain Radio she enjoyed the most this year was the Best of the South show. Warner says that bands coming to Thacker Mountain Radio will often play later that night at local bars. She added that students looking to sample new artists can see them first at Thacker Mountain Radio, then decide if they are worth paying a cover charge later. " Oxford residents got to see the Black Keys before they hit it big, " says Warner. Warner says Square Books employed several Katrina evacuees that worked in other bookstores. Shannon McNally and Wallace Lester were among them, and contributed their music skills to a fund-raiser for Katrina evacuees. Oxford Town music reviewer Ben Bounds says that Two Stick is one of the most " eclectic venues in town. " " Two Stick has rock, blues, jazz, punk, rap, rhythm and blues, hip hop, southern rock, metal, indie rock, and blue grass, " says Bounds, a spokesperson for Two Stick. " We ' ve got pretty much anything but boy band. " Bounds says Two Stick is unique because of it ' s laid back atmosphere. " No one that comes to Two Stick feels overdressed or under dressed, " said Bounds. " There ' s no pretension. Were a musical venue that never has fights. " Bounds says local and national celebrities participate in the Oxford music scene. " Joey Adams Lawrence comes by a lot, " says Bounds. Bhose-la-te night snacks-that-are regretted in the morning or the liFVushow that isJBPhit among friends are the perfect definition for guilty pleasures. Check out the top 50 guilty pleasures in O-town. ihotosjb.vrAmy Ratri — » m . mm ? — qpMpnMMWMi A : Altomshing. 5 out of 5 slars An artistic triumph —Spin —Rolling Stone Their second masterpiece Uncut 1 4 Rockin ' out D FROM HOT DOG RECORDS $15.98. For all nf rhnse who lOCk Sc nui l-u 5 .vecords salutes vou. So keep the volume up a iaia oacK. A penny saved is a penny earned Thrift Shopping $20. When running low on shopping money, head on down to Carol ' s Thrift Shop to pick up the latest in fashions for parties and swaps. Also check out the records and all the other fun accessories. -iP arking close to class PARKING TICKET $45. When it is raining outside or just too hot to walk from the back side of the Tad Pad, there is always the opinion to park in faculty parking lot. However there is a small fee. So, if there is some additional money in the bank, then by all means park illegally and help the scholarship funds. Walking on air RAINBOW SANDALS $45. Why buy those plastic flip-flops when Rainbow sandals are the obvious choice? The best thing about these shoes is that they have a life time warranty. So stop Flintstoning it, indulge and pop for a pair of Rainbow Sandals. Smokin ' it up - UPTOP CIGAR SHOP $5. Its illegal to smoke Cubans, but there is nothing better than lighting up on the balcony over looking the Historic Oxford Square. • Rub-a-dub-dub - ZOE ' S PHILOSOPHY SHAMPOO $20. Why buy shampoo from the dollar store when you can indulge in this guilty pleasure and fork out the dough for this awesome shampoo? • Keeping up with the Jones - HINTON HINTON T-SHIRT $20. What else should be worn with khakis shorts and flip-flops? • Watch the drama unfold - LAGUNA BEACH PRICE OF CABLE. Real life drama is no fun, but getting involved in the REAL drama that is Laguna Beach is the only way to go. • Keeping up with gossip - CELEBRITY MAGAZINES $1.99. It is getting easier to keep up with the latest on Brit and K Fed. • Party hard - PARTYING WITH DJ MARIO COVER PRICE There ' s no better way to spend an evening than dancing to the jams of Oxford ' s most powerful man. • Sweatin 1 to the Oldies - DOWNLOADING iPod TUNES $.99 per song. Why buy cds when iTunes gives you a chance to buy the song of the moment. • Only the best - OLE MISS VINTAGE T-SHIRT $10. Cheer on the Rebels in style in an Ole Miss shirt your parents might have owned. • Supportin ' the locals - INGRAM HILL CONCERT COVER PRICE. Whether at Rumble in the Grove or a benefit concert these guys keep it real and never let the students of Ole Miss down. Late Night Snack CHICKEN-ON-A- STICK $2.50. The favorite late night filler is for all those who get hungry in the wee hours. No night is complete without the phrase " Lets go to Ckicken-on- a-Stick " . " E»2k Everything that Sparkles OOH-LA-LA EARRINGS $10. If searching for that extra special touch for a big night out OOH LA LA earrings will add the dazzle and style to any outfit. These earring are perfect and affordable for anyone with an accessories addiction. ■ My lips hurt really bad CHERRY CHAPSTICK $.1.79. For all those guys who need lip moisture with flavor wrapped in a masculine tube. No day is complete without reaching for the tube of very cherry chapstick more than ten times. Now showing - EARLY TUESDAY MORNING TRIPS TO WAL-MART FOR A NEW DVD $18. If procrastination is on the to-do list, then heading to Wal-Mart at 12:01 Tuesday morning for the newest release is a ticket to a good time. Never eat alone - BEN JERRY ' S CHUNKY MONKEY ICE CREAM $2.56. Best when eaten with good conversation and friends. Nothing beats Ben Jerry ' s while watching a tear jerker. • Breakfast on the go - POPTARTS $1.99. Hungry and late for class? Poptarts are the best for all those who have no time other than to jump out of bed and run to class while eating their breakfast. • Drinkin ' with Lincoln - MONDAY NIGHT PENNY PITCHERS AT NITETOWN $10. Monday night ' s biggest party. This is for all those who are having a bad case of the Mondays or whose weekend does not end until Tuesday morning. • Brings all the boys to the yard - EDDY ' S MILKSHAKE FROM THE UNION $3. A great midday snack. • Like a Surgeon - GREY ' S ANATOMY PRICE OF CABLE. The best thing to ever happen to Sunday nights. Surgeries and love triangles making all those who watch want to go out and get an MD. • Bonding with brothers - HALO 2 $49.99. The best thing to happen to guy guy bonding since mud wrestling. • Sweating with Pride - OLE MISS HOODED SWEATSHIRT $45.99. Only way to stay warm during the winter. • For a taste of Italy - OLD VENICE PIZZA $8. The secret ingredients will have you begging for more. Why did the chicken cross the road? ABNER ' S GRILLED CHICKEN WRAP $6.50. The chicken wanted to be a part of the best game in town. Abner ' s has the perfect combination of chicken and other fixin ' s. 0] 3 i Secret is in the Sauce HANDY ANDY ' S BAR-B-Q PLATE $6. The word on the street is that Handy Andy ' s does the cooking for the Oxford jail, so doing time in the pen may not be that bad. This down-home bar-b-q joint is full of local charm and local police officers, but the pulled pork sandwiches and fried pies are worth it. Where ' s Nemo? UNION SUSHI $5.45. With several different choices, Union Sushi is great and tasty. Upon request the union ' s own sushi chef will whip up any kind for students . •- " C ■vi. ■ Oh I wish I were an Oxford Weiner - SQUARE HOTDOG $2. The perfect snack for a hard night out. These hotdogs hit the spot one delicious bite at a time. • Eat or I starve! - CATFISH PLATE FROM OLD TAYLOR GROCERY $12. Making catfish Fridays happen everyday. Get there early because with the BYOB Old Taylor is definitely the place to be " We never lose a party " - SATURDAYS IN THE GROVE PRICELESS. Unique does not describe the Grove or the experiences had there. No one unfamiliar with Ole Miss could ever begin to understand this special place • Getting pretty for the party - MANICURE FROM SERENITY $25. Getting nails done has never been so much fun. With the perfect polish who isn ' t ready for a night on the Square • No, Officer I have not been drinking - CASE OF MILLER LITE FROM THE REBEL BARN $20.94. A drive-thru beer bam... ONLY in Oxford. Drive thrus were never made so easy. These guys never get an order wrong The essential bag - KAVU PURSE FROM BUFFALO PEAK OUTFITTERS $25. There is no other way to be the picturesque college gal. It goes perfectly with big sunglasses and a Northface. Everyone who is anyone carries a Kavu. • It ' s ALIVE! - JELL-0 PUDDING CUPS $2.39. Little packages of chocolate heaven. No college student has time to make pudding like Mom did. Go out and get some jello pudding... it ' s alive! We know queso - MOE ' S QUESO $1. It could only be better if it were from Mexico. The queso is awesome but beware of the black chips • Rah Rah Sis Boom Bah - OLE MISS FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETS $46. The best and only way to be IN. 100 years of greatness McALISTER ' S SWEET TEA $1.99. It ' s been around since the World ' s Fair and is still fantastic. With the larger than life cups and endless refills McAlister ' s sweet tea is perfect for those with a sweet tooth. Yummy in the Tummy CINNAMON ROLL $1.49. As one of Oprah ' s hangouts, Bottle Tree cafe has I to be good. A trip there is not complete without one of their cinnamon rolls. Can we leave yet? DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN FREE. Classes seem forever long. There is no better way to help time pass than a copy of the DM. ?i» —Km m t - " ■«• A It ' s SO ICY, SO ICY - SNOWBIZ SNOWCONE $.50. Flavors ranging from Apple to Tiger ' s Blood to Watermelon with cream for $.50 more. • She put that Suga on MY TONGUE! - A DELICIOUS SUGAR COOKIE FROM EMILEIGH ' S bakery $2. A little taste of Heaven coated with sugar. • Margarita Madness - a pitcher for margaitas from EL CHARRO $15.99. Three flavors to win over any heart: regular lime, strawberry and blue. • Where a College Student can still be a Kid - a frisbee dics golf set for only $30. On a nice spring or summer day, many can find students out in the Grove playing a round of frisbee golf. • A Cup of Joe. - marble mocha latee from uptown COFFEE $4. The sweetest reward for the late night studier. • MMM MMM TASTY - CORKY ' S b-b-que nachos at vaught- hemmingway staduim $8. A tastie treat and hunger replenisher for at any Ole Miss Rebel Football game. • I would like an order for delivery please - munchie MOBILE TAKE OUT FROM TWO STICK $10. Why go out to eat when this service can deliver whatever you want directly to you for a minimal fee? • A Pack of Smokes - CAMEL LIGHTS hard pack only $3.14. The perfect study break relief or compliment to any drink at a bar. • Feel the bum - MAGICAL TANS OFFERS 300 MINUTES FOR ONLY $44. Relax in a bed for up to twenty minutes or stand at attention for only ten. The weekend starts early for students who hang out with friends at Pearl StreetPasta, a local bar in Oxford. The lara-back atmosphere fctes students a cflance to relax jtjEa week of tests and homework. nan a s m w MsBES m %m Wsmmm X r C A L L In between class projects and term papers, students find time to hang their hats at the local bars in Oxford. written by Luther Johnson - photography by Trey Kitchens Like all college towns, Oxford has a thriving bar scene that accommodates locals and students looking for a good time. With about 18 bars around the Square alone, there is one to fit the mood and needs of anyone out to have a drink or meet with friends. The atmospheres of the bars around town vary from casual to upscale and offer plenty of reasons to return. In Oxford, bars are not just for the weekends. Going out during the week to relax after a long day of classes or catch up on the day ' s news and sports has given owners more days to increase their business. Advertising their drink specials, such as the ever-popular penny pitcher or ladies ' night, gets the attention of those heading out at night. Oxford is known for its artistic side as well, so it comes as no surprise that live bands can always draw a crowd. A key to success is having music that patrons will enjoy. Whether providing it for dance or just to drink to, the music can persuade everyone to relax and have a good time. People can also exercise their competitive nature while enjoying their favorite drinks. Bars have been putting up dart boards, pool tables, classic trivia machines and adding some arcade machines. All this is to provide drinkers with as much reason to stay as possible. The changing seasons also add business opportunities for local bars. In the fall, Monday night football promotions get people out at the beginning of the week, and with the Rebels playing on Saturdays, a win guarantees a reason to go out and celebrate. Holidays, unless they fall on Sund.i s, can be a good time to go out and celebrate as well. All this adds up for a thriving bar scene, late night fun for students and a place to make new friends. Student Life 63 uvow 1 CCMlXM, ItUSSfcU Q KU2 WCG ACAD EM I C S uIclg wcmxx " oouferuxJo AooialcuaT Chancellor Khayal stops Patricl Dogan, a junioi int n studii s and . parrish major, from of b ; Hall ti r aracfefristics of a University is tha [degenerations. As we complete Fe of The Ole Miss, the chang] ls been made through the yeaj Communications, mobility, and physical facilii forward movement of society. There is, however, one a the unique quality of o students. Each Yteaspji brings sc j BBI Qit ancjj tJ rpugh their mdivi 3rfafk tontribi and development orthjpgreat old school. We commend the editor and his staff for providing tangible reminder of the wonderful year we have enjoyed. Hi m perpetuity, year, which ve occurred Lt. present the and that is Ing different § the growth us Warmest Regaj Robert C. Khayat Chancellor A The Ail-American Chancellor Robert Khayat revisits his good ole days and shares his visions for the futur Chancellor Khayat: Moss Point, Miss. YB: Where did you attend high school? CK: I went to Moss Point High School. YB: What is your all-time favorite ice cream flavor? CK: I love Lime Sherbert. YB: What is your favorite color? CK: I like the color blue. YB: What is your favorite sport? CK: I like football and baseball equally because I played both of them when I was in college at Ole Miss. YB: When you are not working for the University what do you like to do? CK: I like listening to music and reading. I like to play golf. YB: What is your favorite song? CK: You have probably never heard of it, but my favorite song is " Now and Then There ' s a Fool Such as I. " YB: What is your favorite movie? CK: I k now this is a little before your time, but it is Chariots of Fire. YB: How many years have you and your wife been married? CK: My wife, Margaret, and I have been married for 43 years. We got married in 1962. YB: How many children do you have? CK: I have two children. Margaret and Robert. I know their mom and I were not very creative with their names. I am also a grandfather now. Robert has two children. YB: What is your biggest pet peeve? CK: I hate it when people litter and are rude. I can ' t stand it when someone goes to McDonalds and throws their trash outside their car like someone is going to clean up after them. YB: What is your favorite food? CK: Hamburgers that I cook. YB: What did you want to be when you were a little kid? CK: I wanted to be a professional baseball player like Lou Gehrig that played for the New York Yankees. YB: What was your favorite toy to play with as a kid? CK: Baseball catcher ' s mit was my favorite toy. YB: Have you ever broken any bones or gotten hurt? CK: Yeah. I was playing football. YB: When you were in high school, what made you decide to attend Ole Miss? CK: The spirit of Ole Miss and the great academic programs. YB: Have you ever skipped class before? If so what was the reason for skipping? CK: Yes. I wanted to be with my girlfriend. YB: What is the best part about being Chancellor? CK: Working to make Ole Miss stronger and better for our students. YB: What was your first car, and how old were you when you got it? CK: I had a 1910 Pontiac-22. YB: Do you have any unique talents that not many people know about? CK: I can play the guitar. YB: Did you ever get in trouble for doing anything in high school or college? CK: In high school, some of my friends and I slipped into the boiler room on a Saturday and put bleu cheese in the heating system of the school. The principal whipped us with a big paddle. YB: What was the best lesson you learned while you were in college? CK: I learned to go to class, so I learned self-discipline. YB: CK: Did you live on campus when you were in college? I lived in almost all the dorms. I lived in Vardaman, Garland, Mayes and Miller Halls. th YEA PRO ■ HT. « ' 2 " • WT. 230 AQK: 26 COLLEGE: MISSISSIPPI KICKING RECORD EXTRA PTS. P.O. ATTS. F. G. ' S TOT. PTS. 1963 33 26 12 69 LIFE 90 74 38 204 I S0 ' S AART Orw rAT " OOZ A ? - STZ AT O V ? YB: What is your biggest fear? CK: That a student will be seriously injured, especially in Stockard and Martin because they are so tall. YB: What is your greatest ambition for the University? CK: To be the finest university in the South and to be nationally respected. YB: In your opinion, what do you think is your greatest accomplishment as Chancellor? CK: Attracting extremely capable and dedicated vice-chancellors, directors and a provost. YB: CK: vou exercise. ' Do. I walk three miles most mornings, and stretch. YB: When you were in high school or college, did you ever have any parttime jobs? CK: I always had a part-time job. I did the maintenance for public buildings and kept the grounds by mowing yards. YB: When you were in college, was there a particular everywhere you had a blast, and it stood out more than others? CK: Playing in the Sugar Bowl twice and winning both games against Texas and against LSU. YB: What did you think was the best part of your Ole Miss college experience? CK: One of the best aspects of the University is the quality of its faculty and classes, but the best part about college is the lifelong friendships you make. Academics 69 Michelangelo written by Heather Burchfield - photography by Darrell Blakely As Louis Carr starts his fifth year here at Ole Miss, he anticipates graduating in May with majors in Art and Biochemistry. These two majors seem to have nothing in common, but Carr explains himself by saying, " Art is my passion, and science is my fascination. I can live without being fascinated, but I cannot live without what gives me my passion. " As the 24-year-old, Clarksdale native sits in his rolling office chair in the middle of his bare-walled living room, he begins to explain his journey through his world of art. " Drawing is where it all started when I was 4-years-old, " Carr said while fiddling with his freshly cut, short hair. (He had long curly hair that reached past his shoulders, ! but he chopped it off and gave it to Locks I of Love.) " I was at my dad ' s office, and my dad was a farmer. I was just spending the day with him, and my dad told me to go in the other room while he did some work. He told me to get a pad and pencil and draw something. " Carr said there was a huge sketch 70 Academics Louis Carr has been painting since childhood, and his " gift " as an artist has led and will continue to lead him to great success. obenotlaj .andsciencej : without what ! Will yveittoLod id ' s office, m is just spending j : he did soi ige sketch charcoal drawing of a detailed work mule on the wall in his dad ' s office, and when he completed his own version of the donkey, Carr said he showed it to his father. He said his dad was so impressed with his jackass masterpiece that they rushed home to show his mother, and then off to the grandparents to show the work of art to them as well. The result from that first drawing is when Carr ' s family realized he had a talent or rather, a " gift " as Carr likes to describe it. " So I started with drawing, and I got connected with Marshall and Jason Bouldin, and they were mentors that I looked up to, " Carr said. " They were portrait artists, and Marshall has done several presidents, as well as many, many senators and congressmen, as well as many other famous celebrities. " Carr described himself as Marshall Bouldin ' s apprentice, often sitting and watching Bouldin paint and sketch for hours. " He always told me he would not teach me anything because he thought it was important that I learned my own style and how to do it myself, " Carr said wearing a kelly green vintage T-shirt displaying a grinning tooth, raveled khaki cargo shorts and a silver earring stud punched through the upper portion of his left ear. " He told me to look at photographs and draw exactly what you see and once you have mastered that then start drawing from life. I drew everything. I was just a drawer until I was 14 or 15, but I had already started getting commissions from people before then, " Carr said. Carr did his first portrait when he was 1 1 as a wedding present and people wanted to support his " gift " so he began a consumer clientele before he reached puberty. Carr was home schooled, which enabled him to devote time every day to painting and drawing, but when Carr became a sophomore in high school, he went to the Culver Military Academy in Culver, Ind., because his father and grandfather had both gone to military school. When Carr reached high school, he got involved with an art medium called scratch art, where the artist will take an Xacto knife and actually scratch away a layer of paint film that covers the paper. " These were very detailed pieces, " Carr said. " This is when I actually started charging a lot of money because they would take 30 to 40 hours of work. So I sold my first piece that was worth a lot of money when I was a senior in high school, and I sold it for $700. " Carr characterized that piece as the turning point in his early career because it became the basis for pricing all his later works. When Carr started college here at Ole Miss, he began taking his artwork and his portrait business very seriously. He has built a large clientele through word-of-mouth and has a large mailing list where he sends a newsletter out to his customers giving them an update of his new pieces. " I have found that communication is the key point to continuing to have success, " Carr said. " It has really made a difference as far as marketing purposes. " Since Carr has certainly established himself as an artist, he has branched out into even more mediums outside of painting and drawing. He has now distinguished himself as a sculptor with a $70,000 project underway through the University of Mississippi. Carr taught himself to sculpt by reading four books, and his inspiration and motivation for wanting to sculpt was an idea of a memorial statue for the university. " One day going down the street a week after Laura Treppendahl died, and I got this vision of this statue, " Carr said as he scurries around to find a picture of the small clay model. " I was thinking about it and going over it in my head. I went and talked to Sparky Reardon, the dean of students, and I told him about my idea because I had heard a rumor of this memorial. I asked him for permission to start on this project. He called the Chancellor and a few other people, and he said that I had until May 2 to complete the model for it. I put 500 hours into this project. I took it to the board, and they reviewed my model. They said they loved it and that it was great. They told me as soon as they could find someone to donate the money, they would start the statue, and they just found somebody last June. " The statue is of a girl sitting with her right leg extended and the left leg bent at the knee. She has her right arm outstretched with her palm open releasing a dove. She is covered with folds of drapery which gives her a spiritual radiance, and this makes the statue very classical and graceful like those from the Greek era. It is going to be a memorial statue in honor of student tragedies that have happened over the past few years with all the students ' names who have died recently engraved on a plaque. The memorial statue on campus is not the only major project that Carr has underway. He is working on a project for the city of Oxford, which includes a new biking and running park, and possibly a new bridge at the location where Treppendahl died. As Carr begins to recite his story of how the project unfolded, his face becomes animated with an overwhelming bliss that fills the living room. " It is a really cool story because it is amazing how the Lord hits us, " Carr exclaims. " I was in Italy, and I met a fami ly over there that was working with Campus Crusades like me. The) were in Florence, and they were originally from Baton Rouge, La. Laura Treppendahl was from Baton Rouge as well, and after Laura died and after the mayor suggested the project, Mr. Treppendahl said they needed to pray about who continued on page 72 Academics Title: L ' oro di Venezia (The Gold of Venice) Medium: Oil on Canvas A painting from the Bella Sera series. they wanted to design the memorial, " Carr said. Carr said the Treppendahls prayed about who they wanted to design the memorial, and the couple that he met in Italy just happened to go to the same church as the Treppendahls. After the husband and wife returned home, Mr. Treppendahl was talking to them about their trip, and the couple mentioned they had gone to Florence with the Campus Crusades. " Mr. Treppendahl then said that he had a daughter that went to Ole Miss and that Ole Miss had a partnership with Campus Crusades, " Carr said. " The couple told him that they met me during their trip, and a few days later Mr. Treppendahl called me up not knowing that Laura and I had been really close friends. For him to call and ask me to do this was a huge honor. " Carr said the memorial will be the entrance to the park with a sitting area made of granite inlay that looks similar to a ribbon which has Laura ' s favorite scripture engraved. There will be lampposts that will cover the entryway so the area can be a sitting area at night. On top of these two major endeavors that Carr has taken upon, the year after he graduates Carr plans to take a tour with his other artworks. He has approximately 90 pieces that will travel to private shows in major cities. Carr has six cities scheduled, but he hopes to tour 10. He has five different series for his pieces, and each series has 10 to 30 pieces of work. He is working on a New Born, Delta Blues, Dance, Love, and a " Bella Sera " (Beautiful Evenings) series. The New Born genre is all paintings or drawings of infants where he has used several types of mediums. The " Bella Sera " series will be of different night settings in Italy. The Love series will be different types of love portrayed by people. " After I have sold all the pieces, I plan to donate 40 percent of each piece towards missions, and that is my dream and goal, " Carr said. " I do not have a certain mission that I want to donate to, but they will involve work, food and ministry. The missions will all be Christian based. " At the age of 24, Carr has already made a name for himself as a serious artist. He is very gifted and takes pride in his work laboring through every minute detail. While he already has a regular clientele through his portrait business, he has major upcoming projects that will enhance the appearance of this campus as well as the city of Oxford. Carr also has high hopes for his traveling art show. If Carr says he can live without a fascination, then his passion will be what steers him to his success. The title is still in progress. Medium: modeling clay This is a preview model of how the memorial statue will look. 72 Academics Medium: ■•■ Charcoal White paper " After I have sold all the pieces, I plan to donate 40 percent of each piece towards missions, and that is my dream and goal " -Louis Carr Carr working on one of his oil paintings for his Bella Sera series. Academics 73 It sometimes sneaks inside like the mythical Trojan horse entering the gates of Troy, immediately seeking out another unsuspecting victim. It is a silent predator and does not care what time of day or night it is. It is a computer virus, and according to David Drewrey, the security coordinator at Ole Miss, if you do not keep your software up to date, you could be the next unsuspecting victim. " At all times, the computers out here are being scanned for vulnerabilities, " Drewrey said. " If you don ' t have the latest windows patch on, there might be a vulnerability to where if I send this stream of digits or this stream of bits to your computer ' s e-mail, it will crash and let me execute commands. Well, the person that you do it to probably doesn ' t know anything happened. So, you can be hacked that way. " Drewrey said that in addition to keeping your version of windows up to date by downloading and installing the latest patch, students also need to keep their virus signatures up to date. " A lot of folks, as much education as we try to give everybody about anti virus, will put antivirus on their computer, or they will buy a new one with antivirus up to date or fairly up to date, and they think, ' I ' ve got antivirus, ' " Drewrey said. " They never want to think anything about it. " Drewrey said that keeping the antivirus software up to date is the key to catching any computer viruses that might be lurking out there on the Internet. " The way antivirus software works is through signature files that know what viruses look like, " Drewrey said. It knows what the Melissa virus looks like. It knows it opens a port here and here, and it creates this registry through here and here, and it writes a file over here. So that is how antivirus software works. It looks for known things. " Drewrey said that if you do not update your antivirus software regularly, then your computer will not be able to detect whether you have a virus. He recommends students set their antivirus software to go to the vendor for a new signature file every day. Drewrey also recommends that students set the computer to download the files during the day at a time they know the computer will be turned on. " A lot of times the tendency is to download and install those virus signature files at 3 a.m., " Drewrey said. " Well, that is all well and good, but if your computers shutdown or it is gone into sleep mode, you are not going to get them. So, you need to make sure that you do those at a time when your computer is up and running. " Drewrey said that the downloads take such a small amount of processing power that you, for the most part, will not even notice that they are going on. Another problem that Drewrey sees is spy ware, which is sometimes installed on your computer with other programs that are downloaded off the internet for free. " The reason why they call it spy ware is because those things can do things like monitor your keystrokes keep track of all the web sites you visit and report back to another entity, " Drewrey said. Drew rev said that a good way to avoid spy ware is to buy stuff off the shelf, because companies are not typically going to have spy ware in something you buy off the shelf. In order to help protect student from all of the above threats, Symantec Antivirus software is given to students for free through the IT Help desk. All students have to do is go to the web site and click on the link for free student antivirus software, log in using their webID and follow the instructions on the screen. Academics 75 f: I, m t i 9 m " k r.-. -SHk»i " Take initiative, be responsible, and use role models. All three are readily available, " bout new graduates entering their first jobs. Jones was one of the Ole Miss Alumni panelists at Bridging The Gap student alumni forum on October 21, 2005. Eight successful role models were open for discussion with Ole Miss students. " These people were once sitting when you are, which was not that long ago, " said Bill Renovich, president of the Ole Miss Alumni Association, to the audience before u panelists spoke. and network with the alumni, and it also helps the students to understand their career field better. " The event also allows for the alumni to become more involved and make a difference on campus. Finnegan said that if the students see active alumni, then the students are more likely to give back after graduation. t was really interesting to .iear how they started their careers, and what motivated them, " said Marianna Walker, a junior real estate and marketing major from Clinton, Miss. She said she hopes to be on esident of Strategic Sourcing and Supply; Dr. Henry Jones, director of Research and Development, SmartSynch Inc.; Cooper Manning, vice president of Institutional Equity Sales, Howard Weil Inc.; Markeeva Morgan, Nuclear I c C Engineering Project Manager for Naval Sea S Bill Parsons, director of NASA ' s John C. Stennis Space Center; and Gail Pittman, president and CEO of Gail Pittman Inc., are graduates of the university and came back to campus to share their lessons-learned and n success. Tnf Bridging The Gap] is every year that brii mi and interested students David Finnegan, p Student Alumni Counci students have a chance to m: mean she has made a lot of money. Student Alumni Council has held th one-hour forum for three years, which ; followed by a one-hour reception that alloy students to meet one-on-one with aluiru and talk about their careers. Finnegan said ■ : ' -£3? akes to through personal e: return, the student le be successful. " You will have to ma along the way to find out what you want, " " Pittman said as she explained her 5 ving to spend time away fror I because of her career. Finnegan said the alumni " care about the tudents and want them to be successful; it nnt- just a job fair. " kM - «, w Vx ' f % ' : -A Bill Parsons speaks to i panel discussion s the director ofi 1 Academics A •-; • ( • ■ ■d, . ■ ■ Former ASB President, Gordon Fellows, and international student, Mei Zhang, exchange stories of their travels. • «•»••! y M S written by David„Thigpen - photography by Matthew Sharpe I. ■• j ? .-. Australia, Chili, China, Costa Rica and England are only a few of the over 35 countries that students have the chance to study in through ' programs offered by the University of Mississippi Office of Study Abroad, which has programs representing over half of the 66 countries with students studying at Ole Miss. Former Associated Student Body President, Gordon Fellows, from Tupelo, Miss., is one such student th at chose to broaden his horizons by studying abroad. He chose to study in Beijing, and while he was there, he got to travel to various locations around China. Fellows said that there were a lot of environmental and cultural differences between the United States and China. " I ' ve never been in a place as polluted as Beijing, and experiencing so much smog for the first time was in incredible physical shock, " Fellows said. " I ' ve since had to adjust emotionally to a society that lacks any concept of personal space and is always overcrowded. Everywhere I go I see people, and everywhere I go I have to battle with them for space to stand, sit or walk. But at the same time, I ' ve found Beijingers to be nice, good humored, and helpful for the most part. " Fellows said that despite the differences between the two cultures the trip to China was something that he will never forget, and it has helped him grow as a person. " For me, studying abroad has been more about expanding my 78 Academics -6omfort zones, and by doing so learning about myself, " Fellows said. " This experience has definjtely helped me_clarify and refine some of the goals in my life. And along the way- I ' ve learned how to speak a little Chinese, and I can understand this " culture sornuch more. " For Chinese students at Ole Miss, the v carture shock is not quite as bad, according to Mei Zhang, a 29-year-old computer science graduate student from Beijing, has be.en " ] " tudying ' 3t Ole Miss for the past year and is tfte w bjpaster of the Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Ole Miss. " I talked with some US people, r£ad news online and enjoyed movies before I came to America, " " Zhang said. She said there are many opportunities for international students to meet more friends, and ' that she has also benefited from the small class sj zesr which has allowed for more dialogue between professors and students. -££ «— — . Zhang also said she would recommend coming to Ole Miss to study because of the many benefits for international students. " You have more chances to hear news and high tech presentations from known professors, companies and research centers from around the world, and you have more opportunities to do internships for them, " Zhang said. «Jr il stud i the small professors issto study round j Fm-me, studying abroad has been more about _ J g% anding my comfort zones, arcd ' by doing so learning about myself. - Gordon Fellows Senior from Tupelo, Miss. - a 0L00 Above Freshmen students learn how to be leaders on campus and throughout their lives in the Chancellor ' s Leadership Class. written by Heather Burchfield - photography by Matthew Sharpe As Sparky Reardon, the University of Mississippi ' s Dean of Students, rounds everyone up to begin the class at 6:15 p.m. on a Tuesday night, the room is hushed to silence as a few stragglers come in late just like in every other class held on campus. However, this class is different. This class is special and only for freshman. This ambitious group of students makes up the prestigious Chancellor ' s Leadership Class. The students of the CLC were recommended to the class because of their academic excellence and leadership abilities they performed in high school. Walker Agnew, a freshman real estate and finance major from Houston, Texas, said that his father found out about the class on the Internet. " The best part about this class are the relationships you make, " Agnew said. " The people that are in this class now will be the ones to lead all the organizations on campus later. " Every week CLC has a different speaker who comes to talk to the class. Bill Dunlap, Mississippi born artist and Ole Miss alumni, called these students " the leaders of tomorrow " when he spoke to the group about his work and life experiences as an artist. This was his third year in a row to talk to the CLC. " I come from a long line of teachers, " Dunlap said. " I miss students and miss the camaraderie that college brings. I also admire Chancellor Khayat and everything he has done for the University and that is why I love to speak to this group of kids. " Gerald Turner, a former Ole Miss Chancellor, started CLC in 1984, and Reardon said the class has been a tremendous success because the students learn to network and develop a bond with the University. " The purpose of the class is to show the students there is more to college than class and the social scene, " Reardon said. " This class focuses on leadership and service. Since the class started, there have been close to 15 ASB presidents and several Truman Scholars. These students then go and are leaders throughout the nation when they become alumni. " Golda Sharpe, a freshman economics major from Clarksdale, said she has learned how to network with people and improve her people skills. " I have been able to meet with so many successful people through this class, " Sharpe said. " I have met several faculty members through the class that I could go see if I needed to, and we even had Congressman Roger Wicker speak to our class, so I now know someone on Capital Hill. " 80 Academics — t v II The people that are in this class now will be the ones to lead all the organizations on campus later.!! - Walker Agnew Freshman from Houston, Texas Through Hind Naji Hussein shares her story of her journey to the United States. written by Mallory Neely - photography by Matthew Sharpe Clutching tightly the golden replica of the Koran that hung from her neck, a young Iraqi woman fearfully walked the seven miles from the center of Baghdad to the Baghdad airport - a stretch where terrorists commonly lurk. These seven miles were the heginning of Hind Naji Hussein ' s journey to the United States and the hardest part, she said. Her survival is due only to the lie she told to those who asked her destination. She claimed her destination was Germany. Hussein, a 29-year-old from Baghdad, Iraq, was chosen by the Institute for International Education of the US State Department as one of the four Fulbright Foreign Language Teacher Assistants (FLTA) from Iraq for the 2005 - 2006 academic school year. In August of 2005, Hussein arrived in Oxford with a view of Americans shaped mostly by the works of Eugene O ' Neill - the American author on which she focused her master ' s thesis. O ' Neill ' s portrayal of Americans as outsiders and strangers to each other did not represent the Americans Hussein discovered in the South. " When I came to the South, I found a sense of family relation and hospitality, " Hussein said. Bu t a lack of that hospitality is what the Fulbright program prepared Hussein and other scholars from Iraq for through a cross-cultural workshop in New York. The program was amazed to find Iraqis who were willing to face the possible dangers and cultural shock of coming to America, she said. But the cultural shock for Hussein was positive. The warm hospitality, mutual respect and open-mindedness changed Hussein ' s Tfcyf ' fcd rfc view of Americans. " It was an adventure for me and a challenge for [the program), " Hussein said. This adventure, often a fearful one for Hussein, was complete with constant communication with her family and husband who remained in Baghdad, home of nearly half the deaths of Iraqi civilians since the war ' s beginning in March of 2003. " I couldn ' t say that I feel secure there now or that my family is safe there, " she said. " That ' s why I call them everyday. " " The War on Terror " has resulted in the deaths of more than 2,000 U.S. service members and nearly 25,000 Iraqi civilians, police and army recruits since the war began. Hussein knows that the people of her home country always believed they would have freedom, but they never expected it to come from an external source, as it is from the United State ' s " Operation Iraqi Freedom. " Although she feels discontent for what she calls " invading " American troops, Hussein admires America ' s educational system. At Ole Miss, 1 lussein had the chance to give a series of lectures and teach a non-credit Arabic language and culture class. " I have learned how to teach students and not dictate, like in Iraq, " she said. Hussein hopes to carry with her this newfound concept of teaching when she returns to her role as teacher at Baghdad University. This concept of teaching represents to Hussein the freedom for which Iraq is searching. II I couldn ' t say that I feel secure there now or that my family is safe there. ' - Hind Naji Hussein Teacher Assistant from Iraq Academics 83 The Get ■ ovo I - Filling Nutt Auditorium with rich sounds from his saxophone Jessi Martin, a freshman from Batesville, participates in an advanced music class as a part of the Ole Miss Department of Music. f written by Anna Beth Just before class, the 16 students of the University Jazz Ensemble begin to warm up individually with their own instruments, ranging from the cello, piano, trumpet and finall y the signature jazz instrument, the legendary saxophone. The students are dressed in ordinary T-shirts and jeans, which make them appear typical, but they are quite the opposite. They are extraordinary musicians with talent blowing from their instruments. With a sudden burst of music, class begins; and the group comes together all at once, playing jazz numbers full of energy and emotion. The group ' s drummer, Jeremy Freelon from Oxford, puts on quite a show as he lets the music flow straight through his arms, especially while tossing his drumsticks in the air during the song. If one thing is evident, it is that this group has a lot of fun. Standing at the front, tapping his toes as he directs the group, is Michael D. Worthy, an assistant professor in the department of music. This is Worthy ' s fourth year at Ole Miss, and he now has the pleasure of directing this talented group of musicians. " The best part about my job is that I get to hear these guys perform three times a week, " said Worthy. Throughout the rest of class, the group practiced for their upcoming performance, scheduled for later in the week. " What day is the concert? " one student shouted after practice. Thursday evening arrived, and the jazz ensemble Stephens - photography by Matthew Sharpe performed in Meek Hall. The 16 students who are a part of the band, The Mississippians, auditioned and trained to perform in this prestigious group. Another group, The Collegians, are another excellent example of unique and astounding musicianship on the Ole Miss campus. While The Collegians group opened the evening with numbers like " Blue New Orleans " and " Cute, " the rest of The Mississippians remained backstage, having a good time of their own. As The Collegians blew away the audience with an outstanding performance, led by a saxophone solo by Marcus Guinn, the rest of the group cheered from backstage while waiting to perform. " There ' s a lot of energy in what we do, " says graduate student Lane Thompson, from Stewart. " Especially when we have that guy to entertain us, " he added, referring to Michele Fiore, a doctorate student and cellist from Naples, Italy. Thompson said Fiore is the source of humor for the group. Closer than Italy but not quite near Mississippi is Eric Goggans, an electrical engineering student from Grand Junction, Colorado. When asked how an engineering student became involved in a jazz ensemble, he said that he had " been playing since the seventh grade and found it hard to stop. " Consisting of a widespread group of remarkably talented musicians, the University Jazz Ensemble achieves great success not only by entertaining the crowd but by truly having fun themselves. Tapping Hft feet to the powerful sound of his sfwd pts. Professor lUSchael D. « ■•V i An OXXtUAUAOi Exoerien ce Ole Miss students take time out of their busy schedules to be mentors for elementary school children in the Oxford area. Each Tuesday and Thursday at 3 p.m., Oxford first grade students eagerly jump out of school buses at St. Peter ' s Episcopal Church to meet with volunteer mentors involved in Leap Frog, a program that thrives from the support of the Ole Miss community. St. Peter ' s is one of three locations where Oxford students meet with community volunteers in the local program. Leap Frog is a non-profit organization that offers after-school tutoring and enrichment for first and second grade students o f Oxford public schools. After arrival at St. Peter ' s, the children rush to a room filled with long tables, art supplies and caring volunteers. The children bring schoolwork for one-on- one assistance on problem areas in the classroom. Isaiah Austin, a 7-year-old student from Bramlett Elementary School, brought his math homework to Leap Frog on the Thursday before Thanksgiving. Charlotte Mintz, Isaiah ' s weekly tutor, is a sophomore at Ole Miss. Charlotte assisted Isaiah with counting and learning to use money. " Steven had six cookies in his lunch box " Mintz read aloud to Isaiah. " He ate three cookies for lunch. Draw a picture and write a number sentence to show what happened. " written by Julie Ward As Mintz guided Isaiah through his math homework, another boy waited for her help. Corie Ales II, also a 7-year-old from Bramlett, clutched a worksheet for Mintz to help him with. " Wow! You have a lot of homework today, " Mintz said to Corrie as Isaiah laughed and colored a picture of a Thanksgiving turkey. A diverse group of elementary students filled the church room. Some read books with the assistance of their tutors while others played educational board games, such as mathematical Chutes and Ladders. As the one-hour tutoring session came to an end, the children showed appreciation for the help given to them. Each child presented his or her tutor with a picture of the Leap Frog group as final thanks for their time and compassionate attitudes. Director BeBe DeHenry concluded the final Leap Frog Fall session by thanking the Ole Miss student volunteers for their sincerity and dedication. " You guys have been the best group I have ever had in my three years working with the Leap Frog program, " said DeHenry. Leap Frog is a year-round tutoring program and is always looking for Ole Miss student volunteers. 86 Academics the 1 scho o e ottl wild servt mi lis i to In re Tk id( is ret (all r ven wou vi d. diouj Prcsn " his I alwai til at ' . » what 88 Academics A ' ' Treat the offerings in college as a smorgasbord of opportunity. Give yourself experiences that you may never have again. If - Dr. Carolyn Staton The University of Mississippi Provost l QxjucLit in Academic Excellence With an observant eye and jovial sense of humor, Dr. Carolyn Staton, the University ' s Provost, keeps a close watch on Ole Miss ' academic schools and departments. Rocking back and forth in her chair with anticipation, she overflows with excitement as she explains her visions for the University. " The main feature I am working on right now is the development of the residential college system, " Staton said. " I want every student who comes to Ole Miss to be affiliated with a ' college. ' This would serve as a little community, starting freshmen year. I understand that the residence halls on campus are not state-of-the-art facilities, but I want this to improve. " The " colleges " would be a place for students to live (girls and guys would have separate wings), receive academic advising and become a community. The " college " would consist of all majors and students of all ages. Dr. Staton said the University is renovating Garland, Hedleston and Mays Halls (all near the Paul B. Johnson Commons) for this very reason. Garland and Mays Halls would serve as the female and male halls, and Hedleston, the building in the middle, would be the place for the faculty. " By having these ' colleges, ' every student would be affiliated with a faculty family, " Staton said. As Staton expresses her passion for this project, she keeps the students ' opinions in her thoughts. " I meet with Rebecca Bertrand, the Associated Student Body President, on a regular basis concerning all types of issues, " Staton said. " I also try to help the ASB Senate pass bills, and the student government always seems to be responsible about their decisions. I try to encourage and work with them as much as possible. " Attending meeting after meeting every day of the week, Staton says that her position as Provost is never boring. " There are new issues being brought up every day, " Staton said. " 1 may meet with the same people, but the subjects of the meetings are always changing. I meet with the Chancellor officially once a week, but we meet informally all through the week. " Staton was announced Provost on June 1, 1999, and when asked what her greatest accomplishment was as Provost, she said her career written by Heather Burchfield - photography by Trey Kitchens highlight actually came before she received this position. " When I was the Associate Provost, I helped with the creation of the honors college and the Croft Institute, " Staton said. " As Provost, I would have to say that my greatest accomplishment is the development of the Freshmen Seminar classes, which are the Liberal Arts 102 classes. This course opens up doors for people who have never been introduced to this type of subject matter. " A graduate of Yale Law School, Staton understands the responsibilities and stress students undertake, but she has five pieces of advice that she thinks will make students ' college experiences more enjoyable. " The first bit of advice is that students should not worry about a major so much, " Dr. Staton said. " You should major in something that you really like, so that you can have a passion for your major. Be realistic in what you choose because your major does not necessarily define what you will be doing after college. " Her second bit of advice was to choose professors that are passionate about their subject because the professors attitude can affect a student ' s viewpoint. " My third piece of advice is to try a vast number of things, " Staton said. " Treat the offerings in college as a smorgasbord of opportunity. Give yourself experiences that you may never have again. " Her fourth tip is to treat school like a job because she says that is the only way students can take their college career seriously. Staton ' s final piece of advice is to make sure the students communicate with their professors. " Your professors can help and open all kinds of doors for you, " Staton said. " All you have to do is take the initiative to introduce yourself and get to know them. " When looking at the student body, Staton cracks a joke about how all the students have a cell phone connected to their ears, but she says she marvels at Ole Miss ' student body. " I love how people don ' t look down, " Staton said. " Everybody looks happy and excited about where they are going. I always hear lively chatter. I love how young people are so full of life because it makes me feel good. Adults are sometimes too cautious about things and being on this campus gives a wonderful blend with that needed freshness of life. " Academics 89 PC Q Ji Jonas King discusses his fascination with beetles as he analyzes and researches their DNA sequence. ■aflKJa Academics written by David Thigpen They are everywhere. When you go for a walk in the woods, fishing on a friend ' s lake or camping in a field, they are all around you. Beetles make up a third of all animals and represent only one order of animals. Jonas King, a graduate student in the biology department, has been doing research on beetles for the past five years as a part of the Tree of Life Project in conjunction with the National Science Foundation. " Right now there is a movement to figure out how everything is related, " King said. " We are just trying to get that figured out, because if you don ' t have everything organized, it will confound any future work. That is kind of a first step to doing a lot of work in biology, having it organized as best you can. " King admits you cannot really figure out what species the beetle came from. You can only look at what species are here now and presume how they branch from each other, because even if one had fossils they could not get DNA from them. King does his analysis of the different beetles ' DNA through a process called Polymerase Chain Reaction, which is more commonly referred to as PCR. " It is just an electrophoresis gel, " King said. " It is just like a piece of jello. Anything with a partial negative charge like nucleic acid it will suck toward the positive end or you can suck it the other way. " Once King has finished that process, which takes several hours to complete, he sends the pieces off to a lab for sequencing. After they are sequenced, he puts them in a computer program called PAUT, which allows him to analyze the data. - photography by Darrell Blakely " Once you have the full tree of life for insects, you can tell if this pesticide worked on this group or especially if using it on this group caused pesticide resistance, then you wouldn ' t want to use it on anything else in that group, because it would cause pesticide resistance to evolve. If it worked really well and no resistance was caused, then it would work on a similar group. There is huge applicability, " King said. While doing the genetic research takes a long time, King said that most of his time has been spent catching the beetles . " It usually takes a while to pin each one of those to make them look nice, " King said. " Another thing is that you have to label them with all of the data on where it was collected and everything. That takes a long time. You can catch a lot of them really quick, especially stuff like beetles and stuff like that. You just put out a pan and a UV light and they fly into it, and then you just pin them. You can catch thousands of them really quickly, but it is going to take an hour to pin 60 of them. " Paul Lago, a professor in the biology department who has been working with King, said a lot of the research that King is doing in gene evolution will be of great interest to people all over the world. " The whole point is that nobody has ever done what he is doing. It is just adding a piece of knowledge to what we know about beetles in the world, " Lago said. " We do what we do because nobody knows the answer, and we ' re trying to figure out the answer. It is up to somebody else to figure out whether it is useful or not. " Acad emics 91 MHh L ents go to work for large j!==; ,= „=, iKiB8SlilliRlilKl8BliBIS]iK siiliRil lil Mis (f pi or as far away as New York, lifornia or even Europe. - Dr. Charles Noble lociate Professor of Marketing i 9 i - ' ■i ' SZ. Academic I written by Julie Ward - photography by Matthew Sharpe When asked the common question, " What is your major? " the majority of Ole Miss students reply, " business. " The School of Business Administration, founded in 1917, repeatedly graduates more students than any other school at Ole Miss. A total of 648 students graduated with a degree under Business Management and Administrative Services in the 2004-2005 academic year. The Ole Miss business program is a career-oriented path to prepare students for the work force. The merging of real world concepts and academics sets business classes apart from others offered at Ole Miss. " Business is popular in general as it ' s seen as one of the marketing continuously attract a large number of students. In 2004-2005, 180 students graduated from the Ole Miss business school with a major in marketing. Scott Vitell, chair of the Ole Miss Marketing Department, considers marketing a useful skill in every day life. " Marketing involves activities that are common to almost all types of activities where there are interactions between people, " Vitell said. " Thus, it is useful not just for business, but for non-profit organizations and every day life as well. Most people are ' marketing themselves ' on an every day basis. " Though there is no specific profile of a typical business major, certain characteristics help students excel in business most practical majors in terms of being able to get a good job immediately on graduation, " Charles Noble, associate professor of marketing, said. " Many students go to work for large national companies in jobs either in Mississippi or as far away as New York, California or even Europe, " Noble said. " We also have many students that take their knowledge and apply it to help family businesses or to start an entrepreneurial venture. " Nitika Garg, assistant professor of marketing, contributes the success of the School of Business to the supply and demand of the market. " Students see that there is a demand for business majors from Ole Miss in the marketplace and that it pays well compared to some other majors, and this is one of the main reasons they are attracted to it, " Garg said. Specific degrees such as general finance, management and classes. Noble considers successful business students " those who are independent yet team players, creative, analytical and possess good interpersonal skills. " In 1944, the School of Business Administration at Ole Miss received accreditation from the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business. During the fall semester of 1997, the School of Business Administration moved to Holman Hall to sufficiently cater to student needs. Holman Hall offers business students state-of-the-art facilities for an ideal learning environment. While Noble described the Ole Miss School of Business Administration with an " excellent reputation for being student-focused and caring, " it also succeeds in always remaining the most popular choice for students. With a strong alumni network and exceptional reputation, Academics 93 Prescribed Pharmaceutical companies from around the country call on Ole Miss researchers every year to develop new drugs. Dr. Chris McCurdy and Ashok Philip perform lab research and experiments. Dedication. Research. Phenomenal achievements. These ingredients have created a top pharmacy school on the Ole Miss campus. Through hard work and persistence by both professors and students, the pharmacy school at Ole Miss has risen to be the second highest funded pharmacy school in the United States. The National Center for Natural Products Research, which is housed in the Thad Cochran Research Institute on campus, works with the United States Drug Administration and Federal Drug Administration to create new drugs. Pharmaceutical companies from around the country call on Ole Miss pharmaceutical researchers every year to develop new drugs. Currently, according to Dr. Walter Chambliss, director of technology management and professor of pharmaceutics, several professors are working on creating drugs that will help in cancer research, infectious diseases and several others. The pharmacy school is also collaborating with St. Jude Children ' s Research Hospital to generate new drugs for pediatric cancers. " The Pharmacy School specializes in pharmaceutical discoveries from plants and marine organisms, pharmaceutical marketing and management and drug delivery, " Chambliss said. Chambliss has licensed 16 products he created in the pharmacy school to pharmaceutical companies during his career at Ole Miss. Several of the products arc still in clinical therapy, but the drugs include treatments for malaria, vomiting, nausea, mouth ulcers and his research even expands to cancer therapy. Photos Conmbiiu.il written by Kara Long Today, the research center on campus houses several researchers who are developing drugs. According to Chambliss, some of the current research in the pharmacy school is confidential, but several professors are collaborating with pharmaceutical companies to create new drugs. The research includes anticancer drugs, a drug for an improvement in life-threatening infections and an oral mucosal drug. These drugs are being backed by companies around the world, which include the National Cancer Institute and Medicines for Malaria Venture in Geneva, Switzerland. Courtney Spahn, a junior from Dalton, Ga., was admitted early into the Ole Miss Pharmacy School and is currently in her first year as a pharmacy student. As a pharmacy student, she goes through stages in order to receive her license to become a pharmacist, and after studying at the Oxford campus for several years. she will move to the Medical Center in Jackson, Miss. Spahn conducts research in her classes as well. Using various drugs, Spahn studies medical disorders and current issues. " The classes are alwa s verj challenging; however, they help you become a successful individual in the pharmac) profession, " Spahn said. According to Spahn, the Ole Miss Pharmacy is everything Spahn has wanted. With her dedicated professors, rigorous research and amazing achievements, the school has made Spahn confident about her future as a pharmacist. Academics 95 Sludenls performed the " Rock Honor Picture Show " on Octobei 26th through the 29th. The production was directed and choreographed by Rene Pulliam. The musical direction was done by charge of set design, costumes were e Kea anc lights were done by Ange The Ole Miss Theatre Department presents several productions throughout the year that entertain students, faculty and the community. written by Anna Beth Stephens The Ole Miss Department theater department. " of Theatre Arts has kept the 2005-2006 school year full of productions, both on and off the stage. The 120 students enrolled in the department are constantly and busily working on many ongoing projects throughout the year, but each student has his or her individual roll in the success of the department. The musical, theatre, acting, dance and theater design and technology majors have collaborated to produce six amazing productions throughout the course of two semesters. " Our Town, " " The Rocky Horror Picture Show " and " Christmas Wonderland " were shown during the fall. " Torch Song Trilogy, " " The Importance of Being Earnest " and " Showstoppers " were shown during the spring. In addition to the department ' s on-stage productions, Jim Shollenberger shared his passion for the art of film. Film classes teach the students all aspects of film production, including directing, editing, lighting, recording and composition. This year the department produced its sixth film, " The Learning Curve. " A comical spin on college life, " The Learning Curve " co-stars Jessica Rosa, a junior from Gainsville, Ga. As an out-of-state student, Rosa was initially drawn to Ole Miss by the " well rounded background of the Between musicals and films, she has been able to sing, dance, act and direct. " It ' s really developed into something, " Rosa said of the film department. Through the department ' s two-semester film direction course, Rosa has been able to not only act in the films but also direct and write film script of her own. " Our professors are 110 percent dedicated to their jobs and their students, " Rosa stated. " They want us to come out of here knowing a lot about the many areas of theatre. " Scott McCoy, chairman of the department of theatre arts, proves this through his own passions. " My favorite part of my job is the students, " Dr. McCoy said. As a faculty member for 21 years and chairman of the department since summer 2002, McCoy teaches his students from his own experiences in theatre arts. Before joining the faculty of Ole Miss, McCoy was a professional actor and director in the St. Paul-Minneapolis area as well as in other parts of the country. Every faculty member of the Department of Theatre Arts teaches through his or her own professional experiences, whether the experiences are in dance, directing, acting or design. Academics 97 J mm — ■ mtmmm explore the e ml ructured steps of ballet behind as they ssive movements of modern dance. Taking modern dance is definitely one bf the best experiences I have had here at Old Miss. - Shaunna Savner junior from Long Beach IV WRiTTKN BY y Mallory Neely - photography by Trey Kitchens No shoes, no fancy costumes and no systemized set of steps. This is known as contemporary dance. Jennifer Mizenko, associate professor of movement and dance, claims this " free dance, " which developed as a rebellion against classical ballet in the early 20th century, as her favorite form f dance. " It is a very expressive n of dance and also r ery physical and athletic, " Mizenko said. " It requires complete body commitment but also involves the heart and mind. " Mizenko has been teaching contemporary dance at Ole Miss for 16 years and said that although experience is not required for the class, most of her students have studied ballet or jazz. Very few have previous experience with contemporary dance. For Shaunna Savner, a junior education major from Long Beach, Miss., the art of modern dance was a new concept. " Although I had very little experience in modern dance, I was able to catch on easily, " she said. Experienced or not, the students in the 8 a.m. Dance 152 class discover ballet with a modern twist. With jumps across the floor and movement combinations, Mizenko describes the class as 90 percent movement, but the students do learn about the history of the dance while preparing for their annual performances. Through Mississippi: The Dance Company, the contemporary dance students are able to perform every year at Ole Miss and at the American College Dance Festival. " I took modern dance just to fill a fine art requirement, but the class did much more than that, " Savner said. " Essentially, the instructor, Jennifer, teaches you how to move, " Savner said. " Taking modern dance is definitely one of the best experiences I have had here at Ole Miss. " V Kate Karper stretches before she practices her leaps and turns during class. Academics 99 ississippi ' s rich tradition of literature h to help celebrate its unique culture WRiTTEMpr Heather Burchfij " hotography by Darrell Blakely V; IBs- ■ Bare eet, back roads and even good ol«| Buhba have all been associated with Mississippi, but a tradition of rich literature has made a name tor the " Hospitality State. " Anna Baker, a native of Napa alley, Calif., and an Ole Miss creative writing graduate student, ftntured down south to explore »er writing ability, and she praised Mississippi ' s legacy of renowned- writers. " The thing that I ha noticed most about Mississippi is that they love their writers, " Ba said. " Writers are respected here, and Oxford is the perfect place to be a writer, especially because of Square Books. " Square Books is an ideal Rmosphere for writers to gather. Baker said she does most of her Briting on the Square Books ' balcony, which overlooks Faulkner ' s beloved town square. The infamous little bookstore is beginning its 27th year of business serving the Ole Miss and Oxford community. Lin Roberts, Square Books ' general manager, said the bookstore holds about 150 book signings every year and attracts writers and readers from all over. " Square Books provides moral support and a community to authors, " Roberts said. " We have a more obscure selection of literature, and writers are attracted to the bookstore because they can ' t write if they don ' t read. We try to create two halves of the same whole. " Square Books has established a Phonal relationship with authors. such as John Grisham and the late. Larry Brown. " Writers know that we are a store that truly cares about them, " Roberts said. Showing compassion for someone else and encouraging them can definitely change lives. While Baker always kept a personal journal, she never expected to become a professional wrijpr until she took a writing class at a community college in California. " My professor told me I should be a poet, " Baker said. " He really encouraged me, and I now also write short stories. " Of course, personal motivation and encouragement are a necessity to become a successful writer, but what will make a writer stand out? Charles Wilson, the director of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, said he asked Mississippi ' s own Eudora Welty what made her start writing, and she told him it was the stories. " Ms. Welty said that during the ' Old South ' there wasn ' t much to do besides sit around and talk, " Wilson said. " Mississippi has a tradition of rich story telling, and we place value on the word. " Heritage, history and culture dig deep in the soil of Mississippi. Wilson said Mississippi ' s dramatic history has been a key ingredient in setting it apart from the rest of the South. " Popul ar culture has also helped Mississippi, " Wilson said. " Creative people, such as Morgan Freeman, have starred in major films, and others become interested in these celebrities. which lead them to our great state. " While today ' s pop culture has attracted many to Mississippi ' s land of creativity, Anna Baker followed her favorite writers. " Tennessee Williams is my favorite author of all time, " Baker said. " I fell in love with ' A Street Car Named Desire ' as a kid, and reading Tennessee Williams led me to other great writers. " Baker decided to attend Ole Miss to receive her Master of Fine Arts in creative writing when she received the Grisham Fellowship scholarship, and she will graduate in May. " This was quite an honor, and I couldn ' t turn that kind of award down, " Baker said. " Also, when 1 found out Barry Hannah and Tom Franklin could be some of my professors, I was hooked. " During Baker ' s graduate experience, she has written many short stories and poems that all have different topics. One of those short stories was actually based on a true story about a man who had a fascination with mermaids. " One of my art history professors told me a story about a painter who really believed the myth of mermaids to be true, " Baker said. " The painter supposedly got drunk on a boat and dove into the ocean to be with the mermaids, but go figure, he drowned. " Baker said she wrote a fictionalized short story about the last day of the painter ' s life, bur Baker would not specify the details of her made-up story. She said she wanted to leave imagination. Academics 101 " Now I welcome the differences in " learning styles because the more diverse the better. - Ashley Parker Graduate student in Education This year Jill Emerson decided to go back to high school. She wakes up at 6 a.m., arrives at Lafayette High School by 7:20, and goes home at 3:30. While most college students dread schedules, Emerson loves this and plans on staying in high school for the next few years. Emerson is just one of the university ' s many students partaking in the student teaching program. Through the School of Education, this program gives students a uuiwmrij xv ocvuij Carmen Collums, a Istudent teacher for Ms. iRitcr yyiM grade class (reads a story of the I three wolves and a pig at Oxford Elementary. Xci in hands-on experience in actual classrooms. Students begin observing and aiding classes during their junior year, so that they get that experience of an active classroom. Typically during the spring semester of senior year, students begin teaching. The student teaching program has become very popular over the past 10 years with an increase from 40 to 300 student teachers. " We have an excellent program that truly prepares our graduates for the classroom, " Associate Professor Dr. Sidney Rowland said. Emerson could not agree more. When she is not teaching an English class, passing out or grading papers, Emerson is given the opportunity to observe other teachers teach. This, she said, will help her become a better teacher. However it is the actual teaching experience itself that she has benefited from the most. While the state requires 12 weeks of teaching, students in the University ' s program do more. During this time student teachers are responsible for the classroom and must create a teachable 10 day unit plan. As the weeks progress, student teachers take over all subject areas. " The hardest part is getting the students ' attention, " Emerson said. " In order to do that I ' ll ask a lot of questions because it is all about student villi j iiVllllHl a , ' •. written by Anne Mullen - photography by Trey Kitchens involvement. If someone is acting up, simply calling their name usually takes care of it. " This way of responding is a result of a new classroom management class implemented this semester. This class teaches students how to control classroom behavior, which most student teachers say is the hardest part of teaching. Another difficulty is the difference in learning styles. Graduate student Ashley Parker once worked with a 5th grade resource class. A resource class is an outside classroom designed for students at different levels who have difficulties. Out of a regular class of 25 students, 14 were participants in the resource class and all graduated onto the next grade. " That experience ended up being exciting, and I ' m so thankful that I had that, " Parker said. " Now I welcome the differences in learning styles because the more diverse the better. " Junior Katty Summers has also enjoyed the diversity of teaching. " I get to see first hand how children have different learning styles, " Summers said. " Some are kinesthetic while others are extremely auditory. The differences really do make teaching more enjoyable. " By the end of the student teaching period, students have acquired the knowledge and skills they need to know in order to have their own classroom. " The bottom line is that student teaching prepares teachers to meet the needs of all students, " Rowland said. " There will be diversity and our main goal is to teach how to meet every single child ' s need. " 1 02 Academics ■p)lijHe$fy, a student teacher foi iMle 3rd grade class at Oxforc Elementary, helps Witt Lovelace read his fortune cookie to the clas: I I The E.H. Patterson School of Accountancy ' s undergraduate program is named as one of the nation ' s Top 25 best. if H H , ' 1 04 Academics The University of Mississippi ' s E.H. Patterson School of Accountancy undergraduate program was ranked as one of the top 25 schools by the Public Accounting Report. The school has been given national praise for its students and faculty. Dr. William Rhodes, assistant to the dean of accounting and first ever " T P. Vinson Outstanding Faculty Award " recipient, said he tries to show and explain to the students what they are learning will actually be used in their real . . world workplace. " The things we are Mo: teaching are not theoretical gradl. but actually the information, Satisfy chniaues that : they will be using, " Rhodes r said. " One important thing vJO that I try to teach is that - Dr. accountants have to think and analyze an abundance Assi q of information some of Dean of which may be irrelevant. cc Analytical skills and problem solving are very important for accountants. " Johannah Faulk, a senior accounting major who interned with KPMG accounting firm, said the Ole Miss accounting program has done a great job in preparing her for real work experience. " I use the basic terms of accounting every day, " Faulk said. " The mixture of my accounting classes has helped me understand the terminology, but the real work is different. In class, you are taught to do the actual work, but at KPMG, I am looking at statements that have already been prepared. I am auditing financial statement reports that have already been prepared. written by Heather Burchfield It is my job to make sure the statements are correct so share holders and customers know the company is being run properly. " Rhodes said the E.H. Patterson School of Accountancy has a good working relationship with all of the major accounting firms. " They seek out our graduates, " Rhodes said. " They come to the campus numerous times each year to expose the students to the opportunities in the accounting profession. " • Faulk said one thing r that she has learned Ul (JLiI while working at teS have KPMG might not be q careers what everyone would 3ns in the ex ,f T e f ■ , I have learned that place. vou nave t listen William really carefully when -jj-j g given instructions, " nt to the Faulk said. " You don ' t Le School of ask twice. " ntancv When students graduate from the school of accountancy, Rhodes said they are very successful. " Most of our graduates have satisfying careers or positions in the workplace, " Rhodes said. " They are very loyal to both the University and the School of Accountancy as shown in their giving record to the University. " The November 30, 2005 issue of the Public Accounting Report slots Ole Miss as number 23 in its 24th annual survey of accounting professors. The report also gives the school an honorable mention in the list of top doctoral programs the school of accountancy web site said. Most of our graduates have satisfying careers or positions in the workplace. - Dr. William Rhodes Assistant to the Dean of the School of Accountancy Academics 105 Lending a !t T , , . I! I ve been interested m working with special populations since I was 8 years old. -Dustin Crum Senior from Madison, Miss. bein Qui whe cere written by Kim Breaux photography by Darrell Blakely While most 8-year-old children dream of being police officers and ballerinas, Dustin Crum was always an exception. Crum knew when he was playing with his friend with cerebral palsy that things were different for him. " I ' ve been interested in working with special populations since I was 8 years old, " he said. And that is exactly what he has done. Crum, a senior parks and recreation management major from Madison, is working toward an emphasis in therapeutic recreation and plans to eventually get a master ' s in occupational therapy. And all thanks to a little girl with a condition that slurred her movement and posturing. Now Crum can be found bustling around the North Mississippi Regional Center premises, gingerly helping clients gain strength in their arms in the physical therapy gym and befriending them along the way. " I ' ve really loved working out here, " he said. " It ' s hard to not get attached to the clients. " Crum began coming to the NMRC with one of his classes, therapeutic recreation. That ' s when the light bulb flickered on, and Crum ' s interests were further unveiled. His class, taught by Deb Helms, one of NMRC ' s physical therapists, required that he and his classmates devote themselves to 25 hours of observation and various volunteer activities. After completing the class requirements, Crum heard about an occupational physical therapy technician job opening. At the recommendation of Helms, he applied and got the job. Crum said he has spent countless hours getting hands-on experience delving into aquatic therapy and volunteering at the NMRC ' s annual Very Special Arts festivities, among other things. When graduation arrives in May, Crum will have dedicated hundreds of hours to the NMRC, including all of his medical practicum hours. Yet Crum ' s commitment is not uncommon. Brigitte Lange, a second-year graduate student studying speech language pathology, works at the NMRC from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, but it ' s not work, she said. Lange, of Iuka, spends her days working primarily with the Project Run early intervention program, where she assists her supervisors in offering diagnostic and therapeutic servi ces to local children between the ages of birth and three who may be experiencing developmental disabilities. Her passion lies in augmentative alternative communication, which involves providing non-verbal individuals with speech -generating devices, ultimately helping them discover alternative methods of communicating, such as sign language or gestures, she said. Lange is beginning her clinical practicum at NMRC. She is also taking five classes. The busy schedule and long days do not bother her though. " I get up at five and go to bed at 10, and I don ' t stop in between those times, " she said. " But I love what I study. I love what I do. " In all actuality, the days at NMRC go by quickly, she said. It is through her work at NMRC that she has found a balance between being a student and becoming a blossoming career woman. It ' s how she deals with hectic Tuesdays and Thursdays full of classes, she said. For the next three months, NMRC will be her world. It is an opportunity for Lange to witness the growth of individuals serviced through NMRC. Just thinking about the people she ' s helping gives her a sense of accomplishment and pride, she said. " I leave that place, and I can ' t quit smiling, " she said. " I leave there, and I ' m a happier person. " Crum and Lange are among the thousands of college students from colleges and universities in and out of the state of Mississippi to have rewarding experiences at NMRC. Between July 2004 and June 2005, 750 college students from a dozen schools and 13 departments worked for NMRC in some way, said Judy Cooper, NMRC coordinator of university -affiliated programs. Students ' areas of focus range from communicative disorders to family medicine to education to social work, among others, Cooper said. And the 750 student workers during the center ' s last fiscal year did not include volunteers. A partnership with Ole Miss has existed virtually all 32 years of NMRC ' s presence in Oxford, which was chosen as the regional center ' s site because of the unique opportunity it provided the area, Cooper said. " One reason Oxford was chosen for the NMRC site was to serve as a field and laboratory experience site, " she said. NMRC has student teachers in the classrooms taking charge and student audiologists observing assessments, said Cooper. For their senior project, a group of mechanical engineering students designed a mechanism for NMRC ' s wheelchair users, while working alongside the center ' s technology-assisted device center and occupational and physical therapy. University athletics are even involved, she said. The baseball team has played against the NMRC clients and staff, providing clients with " an opportunity to interact and to have fun, " Cooper said. " They ' re g etting to see their heroes. " The partnership NMRC has with neighboring institutions of higher learning has provided their clients with lasting friendships, not to mention extra attention, she said. The clients are genuine, honest and loyal people, and when they make a friend, they make a friend for life, Cooper said. But the new relationships are mutually beneficial. Students do not want to read about experience. NMRC provides them with the opportunity to see for themselves the experiences that unfold daily at NMRC, said Cooper. Each student w r orks with a supervisor to garner the best, most insightful experience, she said. " Our students bring a lot of energy and enthusiasm, compassion and caring, fresh ideas, and our staff would bring expertise, knowledge and wisdom, " she said. " So it ' s a good fit. " Students are treated like NMRC staff in a lot of regards, particularly in the treatment of the clients ' confidentiality, she said. Treating clients with the utmost dignity and respect is a top priority. It is not all fun and games though, she said. In the end, the experience is invaluable to both NMRC and the individual students, but it can be a lot of hassle too, Cooper said. There is a lot of time and energy that go into the programs. When a student does not show up for work, for instance, dependability becomes an issue. But Cooper maintains this a give and receh e process, a truly remarkable experience for all those involved. From observations to dissertations, NMRC offers students a " very special opportunity to work and learn and grow, " she said. " It ' s [working ar NMRC ' ] going to spoil me, I ' m sure, " Lange said. It definitely sets the standard for all potential careers, Cooper said. Academics 107 " In the School of Education at Ole Miss, we place great emphasis on the individual student, and our goal is to have our graduates achieve high levels of success in the education community. Without question, we want the quality of our graduates to be at such a high level that they are clearly recognized as graduates of The University of Mississippi. With all the emphasis on the academic success of young people in pre-kindergarten through grade 12, we constantly strive to ensure that our graduates not only embrace the academic success of every child, but also the overall success of every child, " Dean Bumham said. " The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy delivers a cutting edge professional curriculum that superbly prepares Doctors of Pharmacy to provide critically important medication therapy management services in all generalist pharmacy practice settings. The School has one of the largest graduate programs of any School of Pharmacy in the country. The amount of research funding garnered by our faculty annually places our School in the top 3 nationally, " Dean Wells said. Dr. Tom Burnham Dr. Barbara Wells Dr. Glenn W. Hopkins " The Patterson School of Accountancy is committed to providing the best accounting education available. We have talentec and dedicate faculty, an outstanding student body and devoted and supportive alumni. The Patterson School of Accountancy is ranked as one of the top 25 accounting programs in the| United States. By placing our outstanding students in accounting positions across the nation, we are helping The University of Mississippi strengthen its national reputation as a great institution, " Dean Stocks said. " The quality of a university can be no higher than the quality of its faculty. Dedicated to effective, innovative teaching, to research and creative activity that bring both national and international attention, and to service to the university, the state and the nation, the faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts are committed to and are the basis for, excellence for the University of Mississippi, " Dean Hopkins said. ftl ' VsiiBriiulai •TuiiuZ public universities. The Deans from each college and school explain how their programs excel. " The University of Mississippi School of Law is ranked in the top 50 of America ' s public law schools. It is dedicated to preparing young women and men for the public and private practice of law, and, additionally, it has a long and time-honored tradition of preparing them for positions of leadership in our state and national governments, " Dean Davis said. Dr. Samuel M. Davis Dr. Kai-Fong Lee " A number of our faculty have recently received major national international recognitions in research, including the Hans Albert Einstein Award of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Microwave Prize of the Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. As a result of the reviews of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, all of our six undergraduate degree programs have been re- accredited for six years, a feat that is accomplished only in a small number of engineering schools, " Dean Lee said. Dr. Linda Chitwood Dr. Brian J. Reithel " Great American Universities serve as hubs of scholarly thought, professional development and community impact. In a time of increasing public concern and anxiety over issues involving security, health, the family, children, the elderly and the disabled, our faculty continues to develop scholars and professionals who have the right mix of competence, compassion and courage to provide solutions for these public concerns. Our graduates become our nation ' s first responders and other critical needs professionals so badly needed in our society. For our university to be recognized as one of America ' s best, we must be recognized as a leader in the arena of social justice and human well-being. The School of Applied Sciences is dedicated to fulfilling this important mission of the University of Mississippi, " Dean Chitwood said " Ole Miss alumni are leaders in every sector of our nation ' s economy. The high level of interaction between our alumni, our faculty and our students helps ensure that our future graduates will be appropriately prepared to fulfill their destiny as future business leaders, " Dean Reithel said. rray, aMfHor from mBss Point. c Ktes with friends after " e run-off, election and him winning r L-G xxxeh,okLp ou2 mum,o TaJtlo ot " TcuuwG l uulaftuG O I ftaivu t WU VGH VCC DISTINCTIONS Colonel IQ1 Matthew Wayne Murrayl ' 1 Jill Waycaster Miss CLm». 112 Distinctions On Tuesday, September, 20, 2005, the annual Ole Miss Homecoming elections began. The two major races each year are for the titles of Colonel Reb and Miss Ole Miss. Candidates for these titles are generally nominated by a sorority, fraternity or other campus organization. Students were seen all across campus on Tuesday holding flyers and adorning the colors adopted by the candidates that they were supporting. The initial race for Colonel Reb had three candidates: Matt Murray, Sherrod Taylor and Spike McClinton. On Tuesday night, it was announced that Taylor received 1,164 votes and Murray received 907 votes in the primary race. McClinton received 498 votes. Since no candidate received a majority of the votes, a run-off election was set for Thursday, September 22. Murray and Taylor had to wait until the following Thursday to know who would win the title of Colonel Reb. In the primary race for the title of Miss Ole Miss, there were two candidates: Meki Clark and Jill Waycaster. Capturing 1,869 votes, Waycaster was announced the outright winner of that election on Tuesday night. On Thursday, September 22, 2005, the run-off election for Colonel Reb was held. Students were once again seen all over campus sporting the colors of their candidate. Earler than expected, the results were announced by the ASB Elections Commission. Ultimately, Matt Murray edged out Sherrod Taylor by a mere 16 votes. In the run-off election, Taylor received 910, and Murray received 926. These vote totals made for one of the closest elections in Ole Miss Homecoming history. Matt Murray, son of John and Kathy Murray is an English major from Moss Point. He is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity where he has served as Rush Chairman and Pledge Class President. He Matt Murray smiles big after the announcement in front of the Union with his campaign managers consisting of Rachel Williams, Jenni Johnson, Mandy Robertson and Ryan Upshaw. written by Ryan Upshaw - photography by Trey Kitchens has also served as an Ole Miss Ambassador, Campus Crusade for Christ Worship Leader and has been a member of Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Golden Key, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class and the ASB Student Involvement and Student Services Committees. According to Murray, he was nominated for the honor by his fraternity. " They believed in me more than anybody else and worked harder than I could have ever imagined to get me elected. " Murray said that he was in complete shock when he heard the announcement that he had been elected. " I feel like this honor belongs to several other people as much as it belongs to me. " Jill Waycaster, daughter of Mitch and Christy Watcaster, is a Broadcast Journalism major from Tupelo. She has been a member of Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Order of Omega, Lambda Sigma, Mortar Board and Omicron Delta Kappa. She is a member of Delta Gamma sorority where she currently serves as President and the Public Relations Association of Mississippi where she is a Student Representative. In addition, she has been on the ASB Senate Executive Council, Student Alumni Council President, Alpha Lambda Delta President and a member of Campus Crusade for Christ. Waycaster is no stranger to winning elections. She was also elected a Homecoming Maid in 2004. She says that she ran for the title because shes loves Ole Miss and knew that she would enjoy the opportunity to represent an outstanding University. " I came to this University to learn, grow, give and expand my horizons. Ole Miss has given me this opportunity and so much more. " She feels that her Ole Miss family will always hold a special place in her heart. Students smile and campaign with Jill Waycaster outside the Union on the day of the election. Distinctions 113 Campus 10 Ole Miss students were elected by the student body to represent the senior class because of their campus involvement, leadership, community service and personalities. Joel " Ty " Bullard III Christopher " Bobo " Champion Trey Kitchens Ty Bullard, a business major from Mobile, Ala., is the son of Joe and Foncie Bullard. He is a member of the Society for the Advancement of Management where he serves as vice president of fund-raising. Bullard has also served as Rush Chairman and Intramural Chairman of his fraternity, Sigma Nu. He decided to be photographed on the Square because " the Square is what makes Oxford, Oxford. Without the Square, Oxford would just be another small Mississippi town. It is a place where I could go blow off a little steam or just go relax with some friends. I am from a bigger city, so I never had a square or small town feel, and the Square gives that great small town feel that I will miss very much. " • - .-.« , tjfcv • « .. .- L t : ■ : ■ • .. Mr ■« ' ' ; i - m -;.■ ' ■,■ -Ifc-V :1 1 . Trev Kitchens Chris Champion, a banking and finance major from Greenwood, is the son of Bobo and Jan Champion. He is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity where he has served as treasurer and currently serves as president. Champion has also served as an ASB senator, orientation leader and president of Chief Emissary Officers and is a member of Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa and the Student Athletic Advisory Committee. He selected the Grove for his photo because this place has been a part of his life since he was very young. " It will continue to be a place where I reunite with friends after graduation. The Grove is one of the best places in the world. " 114D istinctions Donald " Trey " Clark, III William Carlton Drummond Ashley Patton Dunn Jenny Anderson Trey Clark, son of Don and Patty Clark, is a biology major from Jackson. He is member of Sigma Nu fraternity where he has served as scholarship chairman and a member of the judicial council. He served as Lambda Sigma president, Alpha Epsilon Delta vice president and was a member of Chancellor ' s Leadership Class. Clark has volunteered with the Leap Frog program as well and is a vestry member of the Episcopal Church at Ole Miss. He chose to be photographed near the entrance of the Circle because " it is the entrance into campus, and a great place to enjoy the university. " i y+-W ym " 1 4 : Ji 9fcr HBr Trey Kitchens Trey Kitchens Will Drummond, an accounting major from Memphis, Tenn., is the son of Bill and Jane Drummond. He has been a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi and the ASB Student Involvement and Student Services Committees. He has also served as Sigma Nu pledge trainer and marshal, Accounting Student Body vice president of publicity and a volunteer for Leap Frog. He selected the Grove for his picture because he has been coming here since he was young and knows that he will continue to visit after his tenure is over. " It is a place where I can enjoy the company of all the great friends and connections that I have made at Ole Miss. " Ashley Dunn, an accounting major, is the daughter of Craig and Judi Dunn from Lexington, Ky. She is a member of Kappa Delta sorority where she has served as Treasurer. Dunn has also volunteered with the Leap Frog program and United Way as well as Girl Scouts of America. She chose to be photographed in the Grove because the atmosphere truly represents the school spirit of Ole Miss. " It is a place where family and friends can gather and express their love for Ole Miss. " Distinctions 115 Jill Elizabeth Emerson Mary Kathryn Sharpe Tara McCall Smith Jenny Anderson Jill Emerson, the daughter of Charlie and Britt Emerson, is an English education major from Hernando. She is involved with Chi Omega sorority, Campus Crusade for Christ, Rebels Against Drunk Driving, Rotaracts and Planet Partners. She chose to be photographed at Bottletree Bakery in Oxford because this is truly one of her favorite places to eat and spend quality time with her friends. " When I look back over my college career, I can not help but remember all the great mornings I have spent talking over coffee and pastries at Bottletree. " Trey Kitchens Mary Kathryn Sharpe, daughter of Marc and Judi Sharpe, is an elementary education major from Madison. She is a member of Campus Crusade for Christ, Delta Gamma sorority, Teachers of Tomorrow and the Student Rebel Athletic Foundation. She chose to be photographed on the Square. " It is the center of Oxford and has so much going on. I have had the best times of my life in these past four years. I chose the Square because I feel like I always have so much going on with school, but I am always able to relax when its over. I am so honored to be elected class favorite, and it really shows me how true my friends are. I have made so many memories here. This campus and community will always be in my heart. " Trey Kitchens Tara Smith, a political science major from Richland, is the daughter of the Honorable Rob Smith and Tammy Hutson. Her activities include serving as an ASB senator, National Society of Collegiate Scholars vice president of community service and Delta Gamma director of activities. She has also been a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Order of Omega, College Democrats, Lott Leadership Institute and Public Relations Association of Mississippi and named to the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll. Smith chose the Lott Institute for her photo. " It truly embodies who I am. I have a deep love for political science and the political atmosphere of Mississippi which I hope to be a part of some day. " 116 Distinctions Ryan Lowery Upshaw Caroline Elizabeth Wicker Trey Kitchens Ryan Upshaw, a psychology major from Moss Point, is the son of Joy Upshaw. He has served on the ASB Cabinet as Director of Student Involvement, SPB director of special events, Ole Miss Ambassadors assistant director, Mortar Board membership chairman and Habitat for Humanity president. Upshaw has also served as a 2003 Orientation Leader, on the ASB Senate Executive Council and as a member of Lambda Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Campus Crusade for Christ and The Daily Mississippian editorial board. In addition, he was named Ole Miss Ambassador of the Year in 2003 and to the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll. He chose to be photographed in the Grove because it was one of the first areas he saw on campus. " Over the years, I have tailgated there, attended concerts there and just enjoyed its exceptional beauty. " Trey Kitchens Caroline Wicker, daughter of Roger and Gayle Wicker, is an International Studies major from Tupelo. Her activities include serving as the current Associated Student Body secretary, Mortar Board president, Lambda Sigma vice president, Student Alumni Council secretary and on the ASB Cabinet as director of external affairs. She is also a member of the Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Delta Gamma sorority, Order of Omega, Campus Crusade for Christ, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College and the Croft Institute for International Studies. Wicker was also elected a 2005 Homecoming Maid. She selected the Square for her photo because it is a place that is representative of many things to her. " I love the Square because it represents the sense of community and pride that abides in Oxford. I love to see Oxonians mingling with Ole Miss students on the Square. " II This honor tops off my time here at Ole Miss. This symbolizes all the great people I have met and all of the great times I have had -Will Drummond, 2005 Campus Favorite It Distinctions 117 w " . ■ . ■ • I fl. F, photography by Suzanne Payette Amanda Lynch is a marketing communications major from Brookhaven. She is a member of Chi Omega sorority where she has served as social chairman. Lynch is also a member of Reformed University Fellowship, Public Relations Association of Misssissippi, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation and Rebels Against Drunk Driving. According to Lynch, she was surprised when her sorority nominated her but thought it would be fun to run. " I have loved my four years at Ole Miss and being named Homecoming Queen was such an honor. The feeling that I got while standing on the field with the band playing is indescribable. " In addition, this year ' s Homecoming Court was elected both by memberrs of the M-Club as well as the entire student body. Lynch took the field with her parents, John and Helen Lynch, A lumni Association President Jon " Rimer, and ASB President Rebecca Bertrand for her crowning. 118 Distinctions Senior Maids Rachel Taff escorted by: William Fennell Armintie Price escorted by: Charles Bailex Tiffany Webb escorted by: Tommy Baumgardner Caroline Wicker escorted by: Call um McCauley -Junior Maids Mary Cile Glover-Rogers escorted by: Br ice Bailey Sophomore Maids Amanda Jones escorted by: Todd Abe mat hx Kirby Patterson escorted by: Chris Lawson Shawn Goff escorted by: Londick Nolen Freshman Maids Megan McRaney escorted by: Zach Cozart Distinctions 119 ALmuL Hall of Fame Contributed The University of Mississippi Alumni Hall of Fame was created in October 1974 to honor those alumni who have made an outstanding contribution to their country, state and The University of Mississippi through their leadership, loyal support, service and dedication, all of which have perpetuated the great name of Ole Miss. This year ' s inductees were recognized during the 2005 Homecoming festivities. 2005 Alumni Hall of Fame Inductees Verna A. Bailey Dr. Henry Frazer Dr. Amy H. Herring Dr. Briggs Hopson Jimmy Hill William Greshman Lucian Minor Odu Wl Hoed, Outstanding Teacher In 1965, the Faculty Senate of The University of Mississippi proposed to Chancellor J. D. Williams a program of recognition and awards for superior teaching. The Chancellor agreed, and a selection committee of faculty was elected in the fall of 1965. In the spring of 1966, the committee solicited nominations for an Outstanding Teacher Award from faculty, students, and alumni. The committee looks for nominating letters that describe examples of inspirational teaching. In addition to the monetary prize, which now stands at $5,000, the recipient of the award receives a personal plaque. This year ' s recipient, Mark Wilder, is an associate professor of accountancy and heads the School of Accountancy ' s internship program. Wilder, a native of Jacksonville, Ala., has taught at The University of Mississippi since 1993. He has also served a term as President of the Northeast Chapter of the Mississippi Society of CPAs and was on the Board of Governors of the MSCPA. Mark Wilder receives the 2005 Elsie M. Hood Outstanding Teacher Award at the 2005 Honors Day Convocation Ceremony. Contributed 120 Distinctions ROTC H ouoho Trey Kitchens Cadets of Distinction Todd Bembry John Broussard Jake Todd IQaoidUfcl Scholars 2005-2006 Residential Scholars Charlene Baumann, Jeannie Blair, Lukman Bojuwon, Laushelle Fair, Erin Floyd, Stephanie Henson, Bryan Jones, Ebony Nichols, Breanne Parker, Haley Peel, Ryan Perkins, Gerilynn Petty, Rip Rippy, Rashonda Roach, Vincent Rotkiewicz, Melissa Smith, Allison Stanford, Vikki Steward and Tracy Xie Irev Kitchens The Residential Scholars program was established in 2000 by the Department of Student Housing and Residence Life and the Residence Hall Association to assist deserving students living in campus residence halls. The program encourages upperclassmen to reside on campus and serve as role models to younger students. During the academic year, each Residential Scholar must fill a leadership position in a club or organization, complete 30 hours of community service, maintain a minimum 335 GPA and assist with fund raising efforts for the scholarship program. Current Residential Scholars are members of campus organizations as such as Ole Miss Ambassadors, Associated Student Body, Black Student Union and serve as Orientation Leaders and Resident Assistants. Distinctions 121 Wtao University 2005 Madison native crowned for the second time during one of the University of Mississippi ' s most time-honored traditions. written by Brock Herrington - photography by J. D. Johnson IU hLqUTot -f 0OhiAOhw 37, ZULD, was one to be remembered as Jennifer Jermgan was the first woman in Ole Miss history to win the Miss University pageant two times. Jernigan, a native of Madison, is the daughter of Bobby and Jerolyn Jernigan. She graduated from Ole Miss with a degree in marketing. While here, she participated in College Republicans, ASB, Kappa Delta sorority, and Habitat for Humanity. " I was so excited when they called my name to be Miss University again. " said Jernigan. " I gre w up wearing red and blue in the Grove and chanting ' Hotty Toddy ' To represent a place, not only once, but twice, that has meant so much to me and my family and has now supplied me with unlimited opportunities is a true honor and a memory I will hold in my heart always. " The night began with a parade of the contestants: Ashley Nicole Smith, Erin Mayo, Elizabeth Rainey, Tara Smith, Holly Bauer, Jernigan and Mary Brandon Norman. Jalin Wood, Miss Mississippi 2004, and 2004 Miss University April Lancaster welcomed the audience the audience to the pageant. Following a brief introduction of the judges, the swimsuit competition began. Afterwards, SPB Director Justin Smith provided the audience with entertainment. Next, the talent competition began, where each contestant displayed her individual talent by dancing or singing. After a short intermission, the evening gown competition and an on-stage interview was conducted. Treating the audience with additional entertainment, Lancaster gave her final performance as Miss University 2004. She then bid her farewell to everyone prior to the announcement of the winners. After much anticipation, the night ' s winners were finally announced. Jernigan won the swimsuit and talent portions of the competition, while Mary Brandon Norman was named Miss Congeniality. The overall winners were then named. Second alternate went to Smith and Rainey took first alternate. Jernigan was crowned Miss University 2005 by the reigning Lancaster. Jernigan will return to bid her farewell and crown next year ' s winner in the 2006 Miss University pageant. April Lancaster, 2004 Miss University, crowns Jernigan, 2005 Miss University. 122 Distinctions 1 1 1 grew up wearing red and blue in the Grove and chanting Hotty Toddy. To represent a place, not only once, but twice, that has meant so much to me and my family and has now supplied me with unlimited opportunities is a true honor and a memory I will hold in my heart always. !! Jemigan performs for the crowd during the talent competition. Jemigan models her pink bathing suit for the swimsuit portion of the competition. R JJ m ■ " " " -». 1 Et Q f nr r I 8 1 m 1 1 . • ' j i 1 1 1 mk -■ « « 1 fc V Hr ' k $$i i k v £ v ' V . A Wfa. r 1 V :■■■ • ■ ' .:!■ . .. .-••V ' - 55 ■ ' ■■•?•• ■ - i a t zm - - ' Elizabeth Raine mate, Jennifer Jemigan - 2005 Miss University, Tara Smith - Second Alternate Distinctions 1 2} 2005 Parade of Beauties contestants take the stage for " Ladies ' Night " in the annual pageant. ocmxm written by Jeremy Roberts - photography by Trey Kitchens Oh yes November 16, 2005, was really a night for the ladies as the Top 10 and Most Beautiful. 86 Ole Miss Beauties competed in the 2005 Parade of Beauties in the Gertrude Ford Center for the Performing Arts. The night began with a performance from the Ole Miss Quartet as they sang " My Girl " to be followed by the introduction of the 86 lovely ladies. Lanier Wright, Most Beautiful 2004, was introduced along with the Judges and the Auditors. Associated Student Body President, Rebecca Bertrand, and Miss Ole Miss, Jill Waycaster, began the ceremonies with the evening wear competition. After this, 86 would be narrowed down to 25, but this year there was an tie forcing a Top 26 into the running for Most Beautiful 2005. The next musical selection was from Miss Janna Hughes as she belted the notes to Donna Summer ' s hit of " I Will Survive " that led right into the Top 26 competition. In this round, all the of the previous scores were dropped to allow the girls to start a new and vie for the title. The ladies were then sent backstage to await the announcement of Alicia Harper and Mindy King, co-director of pageants for the Student Programming Board came to give the Special Thanks of the night. Everyone was still waiting to hear who would be the winner as Nancy Staggs sang " Diamonds are a Girl ' s Best Friend. " The moment finally came, the sad farewell to Wright and the announcement of the Top 10 Beauties (Abigail Banahan, Ashley Buckman, Lacey Franklin, Amanda Harmon, Morgan Pollock, Megan Tussey, Tara Tutor, Catherine Werne, Lezlie Wilkerson and Kathleen Williams) but who would be crowned as Most Beautiful 2005? Anticipation filled the heart of Sarah Mokry as she waited for the announcement. Bertrand announced Mokry, a sophomore from Olive Branch, as the winner. " It feels so good to win, " said Mokry, a member of Delta Gamma sorority. " What else can I say? I was just crowned Most Beautiful. I ' m thrilled. " 124 Distinctions Top Finalists wvcu v AfOLQOUO IDCUAOJAJOJA L-Ctc 2v| n uxxjiamIIaa, ofti wow VYUoo Po Lck VVlcQOJUV fi VA0O( GVJ CxdtvGaUA VA ( 0tHG Lg u vvuckcnoovv Distinctions 125 A V JLtiA Chat Rebecca Noel Bertrand elected first female UM student body president since 1996. Amy Patrick YB: Where is your hometown? RB: Kingwood, Texas YB: Where did you attend high school? RB: Kingwood High School YB: What ' s your major? RB: Journalism and Political Science YB: Why did you decide to attend Ole Miss? RB: I came to visit my sister, Aimee, and was impressed by the Journalism department, football traditions and size of the student body YB: What is your favoite Oxford restaurant? RB: Inside the city limits - 208; Outside the city limits - Yocona YB: What is your favorite TV Show? RB: Laguna Beach YB: What is your favorite type of music? RB: 80 ' s music and anything by Pat Green YB: What is your favorite color? RB: RED! YB: What made you run for ASB President? RB: I felt that serving as ASB President was the best way to give back to the University that had offered me so much. YB: What advice would you give someone wanting to run for ASB President? RB: Be ready to dedicate yourself completely to serving the University, but make sure to enjoy time with family and friends. YB: Where do you see yourself in 10 years? RB: Hopefully, I will be working as a broadcast reporter somewhere in the Southeast, close enough to visit Ole Miss a few times a year. YB: What other activities have you been involved with? RB: Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. News Watch, Rebel Radio, Orientation Leader, Resident Assistant and Campus Crusade YB: Where do you think that the ASB has improved? RB: I think that communication between the ASB and the student body has made tremendous strides. The website is regularly updated and members of ASB have been great about seeking input from other student groups. YB: Where do you think that the ASB is lacking? RB: It is hard to follow through with projects to their fullest because of the yearly transition of positions. The best way to compensate for this is to involve underclassmen in projects that will take multiple years. YB: Who ' s been your most influential teacher? RB: Dr. Stuart Bullion YB: Have you ever skipped class (really)? RB: I can count the number of times I have skipped class on two hands which is not too bad for eight regular semesters and three summer sessions. YB: What will you miss most about Oxford when you graduate? RB: I will miss the small-town feel, walking across campus on a sunny afternoon, dinner with friends, impulse-shopping on the Square and the beauty of the town. 126 Distinctions To have the opportunity to serve the school where we have been for four years is an honor, and I look forward to presenting a gift to the university that the Class of 2006 can return to and be proud of and current students can enjoy. - Baker Cannada Senior Class President Baker Cannada President Arabella Montgomery Vice President Maureen Shorter Secretary Treasurer Senior Class Officers The 2005-2006 senior class officers were elected in Spring 2005. The job of the senior class officers is to plan ideas for the senior class project and to raise funds for that project as well. The senior class gift is a time-honored tradition at Ole Miss. Last year ' s senior class gift was a monument depicting the University ' s recently- adopted Creed. The monument was placed on the lawn in front of the Lyceum. Past gifts have included construction of the Grove Stage, the All American Plaza and the recently- constructed entrance gates of the University. This year ' s senior class has tentatively taken on the project of a memorial sculpture to remember the lives of deceased Ole Miss students. A student sculptor has been selected and plans are underway for fund-raising and construction. written by Ryan Upshaw - photography by Jeremy Roberts Baker Cannada, an accounting major from Jackson, was elected president for the Class of 2006. Arabella Montgomery, a journalism major from Monroe, La., was elected vice president. Maureen Shorter, a Pharmacy major from Memphis, Tenn., was elected secretary treasurer. Cannada is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity, Order of Omega, Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi and Mortar Board. He also serves as President of Omicron Delta Kappa and as a member of the ASB External Affairs committee. " I wanted to run for senior class president because I desired to have the opportunity to lead this year ' s graduating class in offering a project back to the University. " Montgomery is a member of Delta Gamma sorority where she has served as vice president of Panhellenic. She has also served as an ASB senator, Ole Miss diamond girl and was a member of Chancellor ' s Leadership Class and Student Alumni Council. " My deep affection for Ole Miss has inspired my service. I feel compelled to leave this ' spot that ever calls ' better than I found it four years ago when I entered as a freshman. Being elected senior class vice president has afforded me this opportunity. " Shorter has served as social chairman risk manager for her sorority, Phi Mu. She has also served as an ASB senator, Gamma Chi, Ole Miss Ambassador, Order of Omega vice president. Shorter has also volunteered with Leap Frog. The officers selected a committee of seniors earlier this year to assist in the planning, fund-raising and promotion of the Senior Class project. 1 1 My deep affection for Ole Miss has inspired my service. I f I feel compelled to leave this ' spot that ever calls ' better than I found it four years ago. - Arabella Montgomery Senior Class Vice President Distinctions 127 Phi Beta Kappa The Fifth Class of Members In Course Members of Phi Beta Kappa must be majoring in an area of Liberal Arts and must have maintained, at minimum, a 3.8 grade point average. The Beta of Mississippi chapter was chartered in April 2001. Matthew Sharpe " Phi Beta Kappa is considered by many to be the greatest academic honor a student can achieve. To be included in a fraternity of some of the greatest scholars in United States history is both humbling and gratifying. I am very grateful to the University for allowing me this opportunity. " - Jane Easley, a 2005 honors graduate Robert Wicks, a senior biochemistry major from Ocean Springs, signs his name and becomes a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Shara Michelle Adderholt - Psychology Sara Martin Ball :: " - Biological Science Margaret Lindley Beckman :: ' - Political Science Emilie Cecile Bramlett - Journalism, German Rose Kim Bui - International Studies Ryan Kenneth Bullock - International Studies Kathryn Virginia Cannada :: " - Physics, Classics Briana Lee Carstens - Physics, Mathematics Laura Diane Cheney - Mathematics, Economics Christopher Lee Conwill - Biochemistry Sarah Faye Cook - International Studies, Spanish Rebecca C. Coyle - Southern Studies Alexis Danielle Culver - English Jacob Daniel Curtis - Political Science Christine Erin Day - International Studies Jeff David Donaldson - Spanish Jane Frances Easley - Psychology Brian Matthew Enggano :: ' - Biochemistry Christian Webster Felton - Biochemistry, Biology, Spanish Kari Allison Fewell - International Studies Stephen Conley Greene - Biochemistry Benjamin L. Hammond - International Studies, History, Spanish Ashley Gail Heinz - Art History, English Gretel Mansfeld Honaker - History Dorothy Octavia Jackson - Psychology Christopher Grant Kelly - Sociology Christopher Emile Kieffer - Journalism Carlie Jean Kollath - Journalism Michael William Koury - Biological Science Deborah Dickson Laughlin - Psychology Robert Arrington Miller, Jr. - Physics, English Jonathan William Moody " ' - Political Science Gary Monroe Nash, Jr. - Biological Science Lila Lee Neely - Biological Science Julie Rebecca Novarese - Art History Jariat Omolabake Oyetunji - Biochemistry Matthew Eric Pearson - Biological Science Brett Jon Person - Biological Science Maribeth Porter - Liberal Arts Brianna Marie Phillips - International Studies William Lee Powell - English Amanda Jane Proctor - Mathematics, English Sarah Elizabeth Quilter - Physics Stephanie Kimberly Rice - Geology Corey Harmon Rogers - International Studies, Biology Sara Hart Rosenblatt - History Mark Andrew Runnels - Biological Science Celeste Marie Sabatier - Physics William Walker Sampson - English Christopher Blake Shedd - German, English Virginia Lyons Shields - English Melissa Erin Sindelar - Journalism, Political Science Erin M. Smith - Journalism, Spanish Casey W. Spradling - History Heath Reed Stevens - Psychology, Biological Science William Christopher Strickland - Mathematics, French Holly Denise Turner - International Studies Mary Blair Veazey - Biological Science Trisha Lynette Vickrey - Chemistry Adam Ray Vinson - Biology, Psychology Sidney Larken Ware - Chemistry Jacob Ragsdale Whelan - History Robert Thomas Wicks - Biology, Physics, Psychology Lillie Bell Wiggs - English Allison Ann Worley - English, Southern Studies Shelby Coral Young - Biochemistry Jonathan Thomas Zoghby - Biological Science those elected as juniors are indicated with an asterisk I 128 Distinctions Awarded to no more than 1 percent of the student body, the Marcus Elvis Taylor Medal is awarded to students with at least a 3.8 grade point average and who have completed at least 18 semester hours in the school from which they receive the nomination. Taylor Medalists 2005 College of Liberal Arts Margaret Lindley Beckman Matthew James Gerard Burford Jeff David Donaldson Jane Frances Easley Brian Matthew Enggano Jordan Elizabeth Lancaster Dustin Paul LeBlanc Jacob James Newberry Amanda Jane Proctor Corey Harmon Rogers Galina Yurevna Sergeeva Christopher Blake Shedd Virginia Lyons Shields Erin M. Smith Melissa Levert Smith Allison Leigh Stanford Marc Edward Walker Robert Thomas Wicks School of rnijtif 7tif " j Kristin Clay Dunavant William Brett Galloway Jeremy David Jones Jennifer Leah Jordan Stephen Ray Mathis Joseph Nabil Shayeb School of Engineei Kaumudi Priyadarshani Atapattu Natalie Jean Rose School of Business Administration Charles Matthew Barrett Caroline Turner Dye Emily Douglas Evans Brent Michael Kitchens Alley Spring Neveleff Kalena LaShae Worthem School of Applied Sciences Sidney Katharine Barnes Courtney Pitner Victoria Denise Williams Candace P. Witt School of Education Robert Wayne Francis Brandi Nicole Hewell Marty Michelle Parks School of p harmacy Gary Dane Austin Colleen Annette Bates Timothy Ryan Fieber Susan Elizabeth Hamblin Janelle Elaine Joe Ginger Brooke Loden Nimesh Maganbhai Patel Laura Marie Silas Brian Jeffery Wood " During my four years at Ole Miss, I worked hard and learned many valuable lessonsboth inside and outside the classroom. Being awarded a Taylor Medal was a culmination of those experiences and was the greatest achievement of my college career. I have been extremely blessed with teachers who truly went the ex tra mile tobe helpful and encouraging, and I am forever grateful to the University for bestowingthis honor on me. " - Emily Evans, current MBA student and 2005 honors graduate Distinctions 129 Who ' s UiL Among Students In American Colleges Universities John Adrian Accounting Memphis, Tenn. Order of Omega Treasurer, Sigma Chi Social Chairman, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key, Beta Gamma Sigma, Reformed University Fellowship, The Episcopal Church at Ole Miss, Leap Frog Allison Ashford Accounting Germantown, Tenn. Phi Mu Secretary, Beta Alpha Psi Fundraising Chairman, ASB Student Involvement Committee, Alpha Lambda Delta, Order of Omega, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Rotaracts, Rebel Recruiter, Relay for Life Sara Martin Ball Biology Jackson, Miss. Chi Omega Secretary, ASB Chief of Staff, Reformed University Fellowship, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, The Ole Miss yearbook staff, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Student Leaders ' Council Kellie Bell Marketing Communications Clinton, Miss. ASB Judicial Chairman, Ole Miss Ambassadors Director of Public Relations, 2003 Orientation Leader, Delta Gamma sorority, Student Alumni Council, Lambda Sigma, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Rebecca Bertrand journalism Kingwood, Texas ASB President, 2003 Orientation Leader, Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, Resident Assistant, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Lambda Sigma, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta, Order of Omega Gregory Allen Management Information Systems Clinton, Miss. Association of Information Technology Professionals President, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, School of Business Student Advisory Board, Ch ancellor ' s Honor Roll, LuckvDay Mentor, Relay for Life Michael Atkins Journalism Oxford, Miss. The Daily Mississippian Senior Staff Writer, The Daily Mississippian Copy Editor, Fellowsip of Christian Athletes, Varsity Track Field Team, College Democrats, Southeastern Conference All-Academic Team Sheena Barnett Journalism Pontotoc, Miss. The Daily Mississippian Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Mississippian Managing Editor, The Daily Mississippian City News Editor, Kappa Tau Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Theta Kappa, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Reginald Bennett Mechanical Engineering Courtland, Miss. SPB Associate Director, Resident Assistant, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Lott Leadership Institute, UM Gospel Choir, Black Student Union, Adler Scholarship, Steps to Success, Air Force ROTC Brooks Blair Managerial Finance Jackson, Miss. Sigma Chi House Manager, Interfraternity Council, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Order of Omega, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Leap Frog, Golden Key, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation Officer 130 Distinctions Alyssa Brawner Pharmacy Gleason, Tenn. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Pharmacy Leadership Scholarship, Phi Delta Chi, Golden Key, Habitat for Humanity, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Pharmacy PI Class President, Lambda Sigma Catherine Brewer Banking Finance Jackson, Miss. Delta Delta Delta President, Financier ' s Club, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, Beta Gamma Sigma, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Hearin-Hess Business Scholarship, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Oxford Food Pantrv April Broussard English Tylertown, Miss. Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Ole Miss Women ' s Council Scholar, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, Sigma Tau Delta, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Scoiety of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta, Robert C. Byrd Scholarship, Barksdale Reading Institute Spencer Bryan International Business Memphis, Tenn. ASB Vice President, Sigma Nu fraternity, Golden Key, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, ASB Senator, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, The Daily Missisippian staff writer, Reformed University Fellowship, Ole Miss Alumni Association Scholarship Parag Budukh Pharmacy Maharashtra, India Rho Chi, India Association, Graduate Student Committee Chair, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, School of Pharmacy Diversity Committee, AICTE Junior Research Fellowship, PHARMFORUM Committee Marianna Breazeale Managerial Finance Jackson, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Chi Omega sorority, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Lambda Sigma, Financier ' s Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Reformed University Fellowship Karen Brickey English Cordova, Tenn. ASB Senator, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chi Omega Recruitment Chair, Ole Miss Ambassadors Director of Special Events, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key Katherine Brown International Studies Gallatin, Tenn. Pi Beta Phi sorority, International Students Organizaton Vice President, Golden Key, Gamma Beta Phi, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship, Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Model United Nations Ashley Buckman Management Petal, Miss. National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Student Programming Board, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Phi Mu sorority, College Republicans, Mississippi ' s Miss Hospitality 2004, Phi Theta Kappa, Salvation Army volunteer Ryan Bullock International Studies Long Beach, Miss. Delta Kappa Epsilon Secretary, Model United Nations Secretary Treasurer, Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College, Croft Institute for International Studies, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Order of Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta I feel honored and priveleged to be selected for Who ' s Who " along with my classmates who have worked hard for this award. -Katie Laird Distinctions 131 " This award means that people I have grown with over " the past four years here feel that I have made a positive contribution to Ole Miss and left it a better place. - Laura Harris Brandee Buntyn Accounting Union, Miss. ASB Executive Assistant, Lambda Sigma Treasurer, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, 2003 Orientation Leader, Beta Alpha Psi, Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Ole Miss Ambassadors Secretary Treasurer Sarah Bynum English Ridgeland, Miss. Ole Miss Ambassadors, ASB Director of External Affairs, Student Alumni Council, Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, College Republicans, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Gamma Chi, UM Speech Team, Oxford Humane Society Baker Cannada Accounting Jackson, Miss. Senior Class President, Omicron Delta Kappa President, Sigma Nu Chaplian, ASB External Affairs committee, Order of Omega, Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Emery Carrington Journalism Byhalia, Miss. The Daily Mississippiati Editor-in-Chief, Student Leaders ' Council, Society of Professional Journalists, Residence Hall Assoication, McClean Journalism Scholarship, Charles Overby Editor Award, Ronald McDonald House volunteer Jennifer Chadwick Pharmacy Clarksdale, Miss. Phi Kappa Phi, Golden Key, Alpha Lambda Delta, Eta Sigma Phi President, American Pharmaceutics Association, Ole Miss Fencing Club, Oxford-Lafayette Humane Society volunteer, Ole Miss Pharmacist Editor Ashley Butler Marketing Rome, Ga. Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, Ole Miss Ambassadors, ASB Communications Committee, SPB Special Events Committee, Campus Crusade for Christ, Order of Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Rachel Camburn Pharmacy Olive Branch, Miss. Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, National Dean ' s List, Golden Key, Kappa Epsilon, Pharmacy School Vice President, National Commnity Pharmacist Association, American Pharmacists Association Crystel Cannon Journalism Booneville, Miss. Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Phi, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, The Daily Mississippian Senior Staff Writer, The Ole Miss Organizations Assistant Editor Copy Editor, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Kappa Tau Alpha, PRAM, Phi Theta Kappa Briana Carstens Physics Ocean Springs, Miss. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Society of Physics Students President, Golden Key, Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, Sigma Pi Sigma, UM Pride of the South Marching Band Color Guard, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, UM Mock Trial Co-Captain Chris Champion Banking Finance Greenwood, Miss. School of Business Chief Emissary Officers President, Sigma Nu President, ASB Senator, Student Athletic Advisory Committee Chair, 2004 Orientation Leader, College Republicans, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, 2005 Campus Favorite, Financier ' s Club 132 Distinctions Michele Champion Music Education Clinton, Miss. Graduate Student Council Senator, Pi Kappa Lambda, Sigma Alpha Iota, American Choral Directors Association, University Chorus, UM Steel Drum Band, UM Salsa Band, Mississippi Music Educators Association, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Kappa Delta Epsilon f ' 1 w " mF A t A A 0 i I Trey Clark Biology Jackson, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Lambda Sigma President, Alpha Epsilon Delta Vice President, Sigma Nu fraternity, The Episcopal Church at Ole Miss, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta, 2005 Campus Favorite, Leap Frog Priscilla Conerly Managerial Finance Jayess, Miss. UM Gospel Choir, UMSFUSION, Steps To Success, Ole Miss Women ' s Council Scholar, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Financier ' s Club, Peer Career Educator, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Christian Cooper Marketing Jackson, Tenn. Interfraternity Council Vice President, Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, American Marketing Association, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key, College Republicans, Campus Crusade for Christ Brittany Crawford Pharmacy Pontotoc, Miss. Kappa Alpha Theta Vice President, Order of Omega, Ole Miss Ambassador, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Campus Crusade for Christ, Gamma Chi, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, American Pharmacists Association., Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Hollee Cheek Marketing Communications Kosciusko, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, College Republicans, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, American Marketing Association, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Alpha Lambda Delta, 2005 White House Intern LaToya Coleman Biology Louisville, Miss. Black Student Union President, Student Leaders ' Council, Delta Sigma Theta Corressponding Secretary, UMSFUSION Site Leader, Habitat for Humanity, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Boys C Girls Club volunteer Nicole Cook Mechanical Engineering Hendersonville, Tenn. ASB Senator, Pi Beta Phi Executive Officer, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Vice President, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Ole Miss Ambassador, Society of Women Engineers, College Republicans Sarah Cousart Marketing Athens, Ga. UM Golf Team Senior Captain, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, John Cox Scholar, UMAA Honor Roll, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Dean ' s List, SEC Academic All-American, North Mississippi Regional Center volunteer Stephen Cruzen Banking Finance Germantown, Tenn. Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, Financier ' s Cub, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Ole Miss Intramurals, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Dean ' s List, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars " I feel honored to be able to receive this prestigious " award. Who ' s Who is something that I can be proud of beyond my college years. - Renee Wells Distinctions 133 1 1 I feel very honored to have been selected for Who ' s Who 1 1 because I know that the other Ole Miss students who are also receiving this award have contributed so much to this university. -Karen Brickey Lindsay Davis Accounting West Monroe, La. Sigma Alpha Iota Treasurer, Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, UM Wind Ensemble, Beta Gamma Sigma, Baptist Student Union, UM Pride of the South Marching Band, Ford Center volunteer, Jean Jones Run Walk for Cancer Saheba DeHenre Computer Engineering Laurel, Miss. Air Force ROTC, Sigma Gamma Rho Secretary, National Pan-Hellenic Council, 2002 Orientation Leader, Resident Assistant, Leap Frog Assistant Director, Black Student Union, Boys Girls Club volunteer, UM Pride of the South Marching Band Caroline Dye Behavioral Management Birmingham, Ala. Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Order of Omega President, Mortar Board Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Vice President, ASB Judicial Council, Chi Omega sorority, Omicron Delta Kappa, Gamma Chi, Golden Key Daniel Eaton Music Education Booneville, Miss. Phi Mu Alpha, Ole Miss Wind Ensemble, Phi Theta Kappa, National Dean ' s List, Pi Kappa Lambda, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Golden Key, Who ' s Who Among American Junior College Students, UM Pride of the South Marching Band, UM Steel Drum Band Johannah Faulk Accounting Eupora, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Golden Key, Accounting Associated Student Body Vice President, Kappa Delta President, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Order of Omega, ASB Senator, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Leap Frog, Beta Alpha Psi Christine Day International Studies Oakland, Term. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Residential Scholar, Sally McDonnell -Barksdale Honors College, Croft Institute for International Studies, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Jennifer Duddleston Elementary Education Ridgeland, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, Ole Miss Ambassadors Director of Special Events, Teachers of Tomorrow Vice President, Student Alumni Council, College Republicans, Student Programming Board, Rebels Against Drunk Driving Lauren Dye Marketing Calhoun City, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, Gamma Chi, American Marketing Association Vice President, Ole Miss Diamond Girl, College Republicans, Campus Crusade for Christ, Rotaracts, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Public Relations Society of America Brooke Emmons Pharmacy Corinth, Miss. American Student Society of Health-System Pharmacist President-Elect, National Community Pharmacists Association Vice President, American Pharmacists Association, Kappa Epsilon, Phi Theta Kappa, Relay for Life, March of Dimes volunteer Emily Faulks Chemical Engineering Vicksburg, Miss. Engineering Student Body Vice President, American Institute of Chemical Engineers President, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Lambda Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, American Medical Student Association, Pi Mu Epsilon 134 Distinctions Ashley Ferree Exercise Science Cordova, Tenn. Student Athlete Advisory Committee President, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Ole Miss Lady Rebels Soccer Team, Student Leaders ' Council, Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, M-Club, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Baptist Student Union, SEC Academic Honor Roil Ethan Flatt Management Nashville, Tenn. Ole Miss Football Team Quarterback, M-Club, Rho Epsilon, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Dean ' s Honor Roll, 92.1 Rebel Radio Show host, SEC Academic Honor Roll, Reading with the Rebels, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Jennifer Gilliam Accounting Greenville, Miss. Kappa Alpha Theta Vice President, Golden Key Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Order of Omega, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Alpha Lambda Delta, Habitat for Humanity, National Dean ' s List, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Reid Gresham Marketing Spring, Texas Phi Delta Theta Chaplain, Interfraternity Council Vice President, Campus Crusade for Christ, Reformed University Fellowship, Student Alumni Council, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Care Walk Committee, Leap Frog, Ford Center volunteer S . I h «_ ; - ' ' ■ l r r " ' 1 Charles Harris Accounting Germantown, Tenn. Interfraternity Council Treasurer, Sigma Nu Recorder, Ole Miss Intramurals, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, St. Peter ' s Episcopal Church, Order of Omega, Beta Alpha Psi, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Beta Gamma Sigma David Finnegan Marketing Madison, Miss. Student Programming Board, University Judicial Council, Student Alumni Council President, College Republicans Treasurer, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Avi Ghosh Computer Science Oxford, Miss. Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Indian Association Vice President, College Democrats Vice President, Engineering Advisory Board, Habitat for Humanity, Baptist Memorial Hospital volunteer Nicholas Greene International Studies Little Rock, Ark. Croft Institute for International Studies Senator, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Economics Club, Phi Kappa Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, NewsWatch, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Elise Gutshall Vocal Performance Hamilton, Mo. Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship, Rebels for Christ, Music Educators National Conference, American Choral Directors Association, Pi Kappa Lambda, Sigma Alpha Iota, Alpha Sigma Alpha, National Association for Teachers of Singing Laura Harris Psychology Beaumont, Texas ASB Director of Community Service, Chi Omega Philanthropy Chair, Mortar Board Membership Chair, Omicron Delta Kappa, College Republicans Vice Chair, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi, Order of Omega " There are so many amazing seniors this year, and I am excited to be a part of this great group. This is truly the icing on an incredible cake that The University of Mississippi has given me. - Chase McCullum Distinctions 135 It ' s always an amazing thing to know that your actions aren ' t going unnoticed and to be rewarded for the things that you love and enjoy doing. -Jordan Taylor Rebekah Hebert Accounting Fulton, Miss. 2004 Orientation Leader, Upward Bound GearUp Counselor, UM Pride of the South Marching Band, ASB Senator, Ole Miss Ambassador, Beta Alpha Psi, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Alpha Lambda Delta Brian Hey Banking Finance Floii ' ood, Miss. ASB Treasurer, Financier ' s Club Treasurer, Kappa Alpha Treasurer, School of Business Chief Emissary Officers Secretary, Golden Key, Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Megan Hoggard Business Management Oxford, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Ole Miss Diamond Girl, Phi Mu Vice President, Alpha Lambda Delta, Golden Key, Mortar Board, Beta Gamma Sigma, 2002 Homecoming Maid, Oxford Lafayette County Miss Hospitality, National Society of Collegiate Scholars James Hood Managerial Finance Jackson, Miss. Sigma Chi fraternity, Reformed University Fellowship, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Interfraternity Council, Golden Key, Ole Miss Intramurals, Rebels Against Drunk Driving, Leap Frog, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll 18 p j it Trey Home Managerial Finance Atlanta, Ga. Interfraternity Council Vice President, Kappa Alpha fraternity, Habitat for Humanity, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Insurance and Risk Management Society, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Campus Cleanup, Students for Safe Ride Mollie Hederman Marketing Jackson, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, American Marketing Association, Chi Omega sorority, Campus Crusade for Christ, Mortar Board, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Rotaracts Carolyn Hill Exercise Science Collierville, Tenn. Varsity Cross Country c Track Team, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Campus Crusade for Christ, Phi Mu sorority, Exercise Science Club, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, SEC All-Academic Honor Roll, M-Club, Dean ' s Honor Roll Austin Holmes International Business Meridian, Miss. Sigma Chi Rush Chairman, National Dean ' s List, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Golden Key, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Habitat for Humanity, School of Business Student Advisor, Dean ' s Honor Roll Hanson Horn Marketing Communications Pascagoula, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, School of Business Chief Emissary Officers, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Lambda Sigma, NewsWatch Producer, Heath Houston Banking Finance Clarksdale, Miss. Phi Delta Theta Vice President, Financier ' s Club, Campus Crusade for Christ, Habitat for Humanity, Rho Epsilon, Business School Student Advisory Board President, Leap Frog, Rho Epsilon, Dean ' s Honor Roll 136 Distinctions Hunter Howell Chemical Engineering Oxford, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Baptist Student Union, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society Janna Hughes Journalism Ridgeland, Miss. Alpha Kappa Alpha President, UM Gospel Choir, National Association of Black Journalists, Black Student Union, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Steps To Success, NewsWatch News Director, NAACP, Ole Miss Alumni Scholar 1 Indika Jayasinghe Computer Science Maharagama, India Association for Computing Machinery President, LIpsilon Pi Epsilon President, Resident Assistant, International Students Organization, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Dean ' s Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi Katie Laird Biology Columbus, Miss. Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College Senator, American Medical Student Association, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Delta Gamma sorority, Mortar Board, Lambda Sigma, Golden Key, Wesley Foundation Leadership Olivia Lusco Accounting Birmingham, Ala. Delta Delta Delta Vice President, Associated Accounting Student Body President, Beta Alpha Psi Treasurer, 2004 Orientation Leader, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Ole Miss Ambassador, Ole Miss Cheerleader, National Dean ' s List Morgan Leigh Hoyt Marketing Montgomery, Ala. American Marketing Association, Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, ASB Academic Affairs Committee, 2004 Orientation Leader, College Republicans, Student Alumni Council Lauren Hughes Accounting Brandon, Miss. Kappa Delta Treasurer, Order of Omega, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Lambda Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Habitat for Humanity, College Republicans, Relay for Life Olena Kulikova Accounting Moscow, Russia Institute of Management Accountants, Resident Assistant Association, International Students Organization, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Rotary Club Scholarship Rebecca Latil Management Ocean Springs, Miss. Beta Gamma Sigma Vice President, Ole Miss Mock Trial Captain, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College Melissa Marion Music Education Anion; Miss. Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Sigma Alpha Iota, University Orchestra, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Phi, National Dean ' s List, Alpha Lambda Delta, Golden Key, Gamma Beta Phi, National Society oi Collegiate Scholars This award means that someone has recognized my talents " " in and outside the classroom. To be recognized for my efforts means a lot to me. -LaToya Spence Distinctions 137 II Memories of spending Friday afternoons on game weekends II explaining the Grove experience as an Ole Miss Ambassador to prospective students will always make me smile. -Brandee Buntyn Mary Maxwell Accounting New Albany, Miss. Kappa Delta sorority, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Kappa Phi, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Campus Crusade for Christ, Alpha Lambda Delta, Girl Scout Troop Leader Robert McCormick History Biloxi, Miss Kappa Sigma Secretary, ASB Director of Student Services, ASB Director of Community Service, Students for a Safe Ride President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Advancement Foundation, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Meredith McKinney International Business Birmingham, Ala. Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Ole Miss Ambassador, Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, Sigma Delta Pi, UM Pride of the South Marching Band Lauren Moore Education Columbus, Miss. Panhellenic Council President, 2005 START Counselor, Student Leaders ' Council, Student Alumni Council, Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Teachers of Tomorrow, United Way, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Dean ' s Honor Roll, UMSFUSION Caroline Murphree Accounting Jackson, Miss. ASB Senator, Chi Omega sorority, Mississippi Miss Hospitality 2005, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Order of Omega, Beta Alpha Psi, Gamma Beta Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta Rachael McClure International Business Madison, Miss. Alpha Omicron Pi, Gamma Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Golden Key, M- Club Scholar, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Beta Gamma Sigma, Order of Omega, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Chase McCullum Psychology Raliegh, Miss. Student Alumni Council Vice President, Alpha Phi Omega Vice President, SPB Director of Diversity, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, 2004 Orientation Leader, University Judicial Council, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Rotaracts Kathryn Merrell International Studies Birmingham, Ala. Delta Delta Delta sorority, Alpha Lambda Delta Vice President, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Lambda Sigma, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Sigma Delta Pi, Order of Omega Helen Mulherin International Studies Dallas, Texas Chi Omega President, Relay for Life Team Captain, ASB Community Service Committee, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Golden Key, Sigma Delta Pi, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Leap Frog, WorldFest Matthew Murray English Moss Point, Miss. 2005 Colonel Reb, Kappa Sigma Rush Chairman, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi, ASB Student Involvement Committee, Ole Miss Ambassador, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Campus Crusade for Christ 138 Distinctions Kimberly Noll Master of Fine Arts Oxford, Miss. Phi Kappa Phi, Mud Daubers, Student Art Association, Kappa Pi, Magna Cum Laude graduate of Auburn University of Montgomery, Art History Society, Gallery Crew JaLynda Parker Law Gnlfport, Miss. Black Law Students Association President, UM Moot Court Board, UM Eastland Scholar, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Southern Reg ion Black Law Students Association, UM School of Law Honor Council Elizabeth Piazza Biology Jackson, Miss. Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, ASB Director of Academic Affairs, Delta Gamma sorority, Omicron Delta Kappa Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Sigma Secretary, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Carrier Scholar, Mortar Board • Abby Reeves Accounting Madison, Miss. Delta Gamma Vice President, Lambda Sigma Treasurer, Student Alumni Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, College Republicans, SPB Special Events Committee, ASB External Affairs Committee, Financier ' s Club, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Laura Rigby English Pascagoula, Miss. Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College Senator, College Democrats Vice President, Ole Miss Mock Trial, Phi Mu sorority. Golden Key, Habitat for Humanity, Alpha Lambda Delta, National Society of College Scholars Field Norris Banking Finance ( ' .ollierville, Tenn. Phi Delta Theta President, ASB Elections Commissioner, School of Business Vice President, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, Interfraternity Council, Financier ' s Club, College Republicans Haley Peel Pharmacy Hendersonville, Tenn. Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Chancellor ' s Scholarship, Kappa Epsilon, Catholic Student Association, Ole Miss Outdoors, American Pharmacist Association, Early Entry Pharmacy Scholarship, Residential Scholar Taner Pirim Management Information Systems Oxford, Miss. Oxford Park Commission Co-Founder, Academic Computing Machinery, Decision Science Institute Conference 2003, American Society of Civil Engineers, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Dean ' s List, Chi Epsilon Anna Reeves International Studies Madison, Miss. College Republicans Vice Chair, Delta Gamma sorority, ASB Student Involvement Committee, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, Lambda Sigma, National Dean ' s List, Model United Nations, Croft Institute for International Studies Mandy Robertson Mathematics Moss Point, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Kappa Kappa Gamma Vice President, Junior Panhellenic President, Campus Crusade for Christ, Order of Omega, SPB Pageants Committee, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Golden Key, National Society of Collegiate Scholars ' I truly love Ole Miss, and it was my privilege to be a part of ' I what was going on here. It is my hope that I can say that I left Ole Miss a little better than when I found it. -Kellie Bell Distinctions 139 " I am not sure what I have left for Ole Miss, but I know what Ole II Miss has done for me. I am a better person for attending this great University. -Robert McCormick Sharon Salu Accounting Walls, Miss. Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Golden Key, Beta Alpha Psi Secretary, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Phi, ASB Minority Affairs Committee, UM Gospel Choir, Society for the Advancement of Management May Shackleford Pharmacy Coila, Miss. Chi Omega Vice President, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Order of Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, American Pharmacists Association, Ole Miss Ambassador, North Mississippi Regional Center volunteer Kirk Sims English Jackson, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, ASB Chief of Staff, William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation, Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Habitat for Humanity, Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda Sigma, Order of Omega, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Jack Smith Insurance Risk Management Brandon, Miss. Phi Theta Kappa President, UM Transfer Leadership Organization, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, UMSFUSION, Baptist Student Union, Insurance Risk Management Society President, College Republicans LaToya Spence Management Atnory, Miss. National Pan-Hellenic Council Vice President, ASB Minority Affairs Committee, Delta Sigma Theta sorority, Rebel Recruiter, Omega Phi Alpha, Habitat for Humanity, Black Student Union, National Society of Collegiate Scholars Twaun Samuel International Studies Charlotte, N.C. Alpha Phi Alpha President, National Pan-Hellenic Council, International Students Organization, Model United Nations, Croft Institute for International Studies, NAACP, Habitat for Humanity, Sigma Delta Pi, National Dean ' s List Rebecca Shudak Music Education Buffalo Grove, III. Sigma Alpha Iota, University Orchestra, UM Pride of the South Marching Band, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, University Wind Ensemble, Reformed University Fellowship, Mississippians Jazz Band Chris Smith Management Gulfport, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, ASB Student Services committee, Ole Miss Loyalty Foundation, Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for the Advancement of Management, Interfraternity Council Rush Counselor, St. John Catholic Church Tara Smith Political Science Florence, Miss. Delta Gamma sorority, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Lott Leadership Institute, ASB Senator, 2005 Campus Favorite, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Kappa Phi, Order of Omega, Pi Sigma Alpha, College Democrats, Baptist Student Union, Student Advancement Foundation Allison Stanford Vocal Performance Conway, Ark. Habitat for Humanity Vice President, Residential Scholar, University Chorus, Baptist Student Union, Concert Singers, Chamber Singers, Taylor Medalist, Pi Kappa Lambda, Phi Kappa Phi, Sally McDonnell -Barksdale Honors College, 140 Distinctions Julia Stoll Journalism Bossier City, La. Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, NewsWatch Senior Reporter, Junior Varsity Rebelette, Ole Miss Ambassador, Public Relations Association of Mississippi, Dean ' s Honor Roll 92.1 Rebel Radio, Gamma Beta Phi Patrick Strong Law McComb, Miss. Law School Student Body President, Sigma Chi fraternity alumni, Mississippi Law Journal, Golden Key, Gamma Beta Phi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Millington Scholarship Rachel Taff Chemical Engineering Coral Springs, Fla. Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Catholic Student Association, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, M-Club, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Varsity Cross Country Track Birsel Tavukcu Finance Oxford, Miss. American Finance Association, Eastern Finance Association, Graduate Student Council Senator, Sigma Pi Sigma, International Student Organization, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Financial Management Association Sherrod Taylor Biology Leland, Miss. Chancellor ' s Leadership Class Sophomore Leader, ASB Senator, Kappa Alpha Order Historian, Alpha Epsilon Delta Secretary, Ole Miss Ambassador, Student Alumni Council, Campus Crusade for Christ, Mortar Board, Lambda Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa Ashley Strange Journalism Pascagoula, Miss. SPB Director of Special Events, Ole Miss Ambassador, 2004 Orientation Leader, Summer College Counselor, Residential Scholar, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, S.T.A.R. Donald Sweeney Pharmacy Booneville, Miss. Kappa Psi, Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, American Pharmacists Association, Golden Key, Habitat for Humanity, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, United Way of Oxford Trenisha Tallie Elementary Education West Point, Miss. Steps To Success President, Alpha Kappa Alpha Chaplain, Ole Miss Ambassador, 2003 Orientation Leader, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, National Dean ' s List, Boys Girls Club volunteer Jordan Taylor Finance Columbus, Miss. SPB Director of Special Events, Student Alumni Council Treasurer, Alpha Phi Omega President, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, ASB External Affairs Committee, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Reformed University Fellowship Kimberly Thames Chemical Engineering Ocean Springs, Miss. Engineering Student Body President, Society of Women Engineers Secretary Treasurer, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Engineering Mentor Society President, National Society of Collegiate Scholars " Receiving Who ' s Who, to me, confirms that if you continually work to improve yourself and your surroundings, that you will be successful. -Priscilla Conerly Distinctions l4l II Ole Miss has taught me how to think critically, to be I! accepting of others and I hope that I have left behind a caring spirit and an open mind. -Titus Williams David Thigpen Journalism Jackson, Miss. Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Sigma Nu fraternity, ASB Student Services Committee, College Republicans, The Daily Mississippian staff writer, American Red Cross volunteer, UM Athletic Media Relations Intern, The Ole Miss staff writer Ryan Upshaw Psychology Moss Point, Miss. ASB Director of Student Involvement, Student Leaders ' Council, SPB Director of Special Events, 2005 Campus Favorite, 2003 Orientation Leader, Ole Miss Ambassadors Assistant Director, Mortar Board Membership Chairman, Omicron Delta Kappa, The Daily Mississippian Editorial Board, Lambda Sigma, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Marc Walker Biology Olive Branch, Miss. ASB Senator, Student Leaders ' Council, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Lambda Sigma, Mortar Board Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Ole Miss Ambassador, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College Student Director, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, 2003 Orientation Leader Jill Waycaster Journalism Tupelo, Miss. Delta Gamma President, Student Alumni Council President, Alpha Lambda Delta President, 2005 Miss Ole Miss, Student Advancement Foundation Vice President, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Lambda Sigma, ASB Director of Public Relations, College Republicans Secretary Cal Wells Management Marketing Jackson, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, ASB Senator, Student Traffic Appeals Board, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, Society of the Advancement of Management, College Republicans, The Daily Mississippian Editor Selection Committee Jaclyn Toohey Social Work Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas Student Athlete Advisory Committee Vice President, M-Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, All-SEC Honor Roll, Ole Miss Volleyball Team Captain Michael Wakefield English Jackson, Miss. Sigma Nu fraternity, Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, M-Club, Ole Miss Baseball Team Letterman, SEC Scholar-Athlete, Lambda Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key, Habitat for Humanity James Watts Real Estate Jackson, Miss. Interfraternity Council President, Sigma Chi fraternity, Student Leaders ' Council, Order of Omega, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Rho Epsilon, Ole Miss Intramurals, Golden Key, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Reformed University Fellowship Renee Wells Political Science Philadelphia, Miss. ASB Judicial Council, 2005 Orientation Leader, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Tau Beta Sigma Treasurer, University of Mississippi Association of Black Journalists Secretary, Sigma Alpha Iota, Resident Assistant, News Watch Anchor Nicholas Whipple English Tupelo, Miss. Alpha Epsilon Delta President, Transfer Leadership Organization Co-President, ASB Director of First-Year Experience, Phi Theta Kappa, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Honor Roil, Sigma Tau Delta, Who ' s Who Among American Junior College Students 142 Distinctions Grace White Journalism Cypress, Calif. Phi Mu President, ASB Director of First- Year Experience, ASB Director of Student Involvement, NewsWatch Anchor, Campus Crusade for Christ, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, Student Leaders ' Council, Society of Professional Journalists, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll Oliver Williams Accounting Greenwood, Miss. Phi Delta Theta Treasurer, Interfraternity Council Vice President, College Republicans, Student Advancement Foundation, Lambda Sigma, North Mississippi Regional Center volunteer, Boys : Girls Club volunteer, McCarty Family Scholarship Rachel Williams Marketing Denison, Texas Delta Gamma Chairman of Directors, Student Advancement Foundation, SPB Entertainment Committee, Campus Crusade for Christ, Delta Psi Sweetheart, Student Alumni Council, Ole Miss Ambassador, College Republicans, Leap Frog Christopher Wilson Marketing Olive Branch, Miss. ASB Senator, Ole Miss Ambassadors Director of Special Events, Student Traffic Appeals Board, School of Business Chief Emissary Officer, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Lambda Sigma, Mortar Board, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key, 92.1 Rebel Radio, NewsWatch anchor Caroline Wicker International Studies Tupelo, Miss. ASB Secretary, Mortar Board President, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Croft Institute for International Studies, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Student Alumni Council Secretary, Golden Key, 2005 Campus Favorite, 2005 Homecoming Maid, Campus Crusade for Christ Lyndsey Williams Managerial Finance Germantown, Term. Ole Miss Lady Rebels Soccer Team Captain, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Chi Omega Sorority, Society for the Advancement of Management, Rebels Against Drunk Driving, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Financier ' s Club Titus Williams Insurance Risk Management Madison, Miss. Phi Beta Sigma Secretary, ASB Senator, Insurance c Risk Management Society, Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Mississippi Insurance Education Foundation Scholarship, Leap Frog, Campus Cleanup, Habitat for Humanitv Sophia Zabaneh Management Louisville, Ky. Panhellenic Council Assistant Vice President, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Omicron Delta Kappa, SPB Special Events Committee, Order of Omega, American Marketing Association, Society for the Advancement of Management, Leap Frog, Partnership for A Healthy Mississippi-On Campus 1 1 I think the atmosphere of Ole Miss is a by product of the hard work, the laughter, and the tears of every student that has attended. My hope is that the laughter and the tears that I will leave behind will leave a little dimple of my spirit and what Ole Miss is to me and to all of its students. -Mandy Robertson II All Who ' s Who photos were provided by The University of Mississippi Imaging Services or contributed by the recipient. Distinctions 143 Hall of Fame The University of Mississippi student Hall of Fame was established in 1930 and is one of the highest honors an Ole Miss student can attain. Each year, 10 students are chosen for the honor. Selection to the Hall of Fame is based on scholarship, leadership, community service and potential for future success. Members of the Hall of Fame are selected by a committee of faculty and students from a pool of students previously selected for Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Rebecca Noel Bertrand Rebecca Bertrand, a journalism and political science major from Kingwood, Texas, is the daughter of Byron and Ginger Bertrand. She serves as President of the Associated Student Body and has been a member of the Presidential Cabinet. A member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, she has attained membership in Mortar Board, Order of Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, Lambda Sigma and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Bertrand has also served as a 2003 Orientation Leader, NewsWatch anchor, Rebel Radio show host and Resident Assistant. Listed on the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, she also chairs the Student Body Presidents ' Council of Mississippi and is a member of the Student Leaders ' Council. Bertrand had a unique reaction to hearing her name called. " The first thing that I did when I heard my name called was look back in the crowd to see my mom, grandmother, sister and boyfriend who were in the audience to support me. It was a great feeling knowing that my loved ones were there to support me, " she said. hstinctions Katherine Elizabeth Brown Katherine Brown is an International Studies and Spanish major from Gallatin, Tenn. She is the daughter of Sallie Brown. Her activities include serving as Gamma Beta Phi President, International Students Organization Vice President and she serves as an officer in Pi Beta Phi sorority. A member of the Model United Nations, Croft Institute for International Studies, Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Golden Key and Phi Kappa Phi, Brown was awarded the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship for study in a foreign country. She has volunteered with the Children ' s Advocacy Center and the Oxford Food Pantry. ■ t- Spencer Marsh Bryan Spencer Bryan is a business major from Memphis, Tenn. He is the son of Larry and Susan Bryan. He serves the Associated Student Body as Vice President and previously served in the ASB Senate as President Pro Tempore. Bryan is a Chief Emissary Officer in the Business School and a member of Golden Key, Habitat for Humanity, Reformed University Fellowship and Sigma Nu fraternity. He has also been a Senior Staff Writer for The Daily Mississippian and has been listed on both the Chancellor ' s and Dean ' s Honor Rolls. Bryan hopes that he has left a positive image with The University of Mississippi. " I hope that Ole Miss remembers me as someone who was constantly looking to better the university. Ole Miss is truly a unique place, and it will only remain that way if it never settles for mediocrity, " he said. Bryan credits faculty and administrators like Dr. Linda Spargo as having a profound effect on his success as a student. Distinctions 145 Caroline Turner Dye •mm rr- • ■ Hit n hi n •■ I? ■■••■IT ' !! " :••• Si " » Caroline Dye, a management major from Birmingham, Ala., is the daughter of Jim and Lois Dye. She has held numerous leadership positions including Order of Omega President, Mortar Board Vice President, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Vice President and Scholarship Chairman for Chi Omega sorority. A Taylor Medalist, Dye is a member of the Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, University Judicial Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Golden Key and Alpha Lambda Delta. She has also served as an Ole Miss Ambassador and has volunteered with Leap Frog and the Barksdale Reading Institute. Dye feels like she has gained a lot from her attendance at Ole Miss. " I have been blessed with a wonderful experience here at the University. My professors and other faculty have challenged me both inside and outside the classroom, " she said. David Alan Finnegan ► ■13 David Finnegan, a marketing major from Madison, is the son of Frank and Donna Finnegan. He has served as Director of the Student Programming Board, President of the Student Alumni Council and Treasurer of College Republicans. Finnegan is also a member of the University Judicial Council, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board and Omicron Delta Kappa. Listed on the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll and National Dean ' s List, he is a Lucky Day Scholarship recipient. According to Finnegan, he was both excited and humbled to hear his name called for Hall of Fame. " This was one of the proudest moments of my life. It was a great honor to walk across the stage, shake the Chancellor ' s hand and see my family and friends there to support me, " he said. Finnegan hopes to leave a long-lasting impression on the organizations with which he was involved. ii I - f I -: 146 Distinctions Elizabeth Spence Piazza Elizabeth Piazza is a biology major from Jackson. She is the daughter of Preston and Kathryn Piazza. She has served as Omicron Delta Kappa Vice President, ASB Director of Academic Affairs and Lambda Sigma Secretary. A Carrier Scholar, Piazza is a member of the Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, ASB Senate, Golden Key, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board and Order of Omega. A member of Delta Gamma sorority and listed on the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, she has volunteered with Campus Crusade for Christ Missions and the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Piazza said that she was surprised to hear her name announced as a member of the Hall of Fame. " I was caught off guard when I heard my name because the Class of 2006 has so many great student leaders. I am deeply honored and humbled to have been chosen. " She thanks administrators like Dr. Carolyn Staton, Dr. Debra Young and Dr. Kenneth Sufka for their support during her time at Ole Miss, " she said. • • • i A » . Jack William Smith ■ TH0l£ v %S JRw » 1 £ i£i 1 ] I Jack Smith, an insurance and risk management major from Brandon, is the son of Samuel Smith. He has served as President of the Insurance and Risk Management Society as well as Secretary of the Ole Miss Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Association. Smith, a transfer student from Hinds Community College, is a member of the Ole Miss Transfer Leadership Organization, Student Rebel Athletic Foundation, College Republicans and the Baptist Student Union. Listed on the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll, Smith was named to Who ' s Who Among Student in American Junior Colleges. He has volunteered with the Blair E. Batson Children ' s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity and the American Cancer Society. According to Smith, he was also surprised to hear his name called during the ceremony. " It was an absolute shock to hear my name called for the Hall of Fame. It also allowed me to obtain a greater appreciation for Ole Miss and what it has to offer, " he said. He cites a combination of family, friends and Christ as the most influential in his college career. Distinctions 147 Ryan Lowery Upshaw m mt Ryan Upshaw, a psychology major from Moss Point, is the son of Joy and R.L. Upshaw. Active in the ASB, he has served on the Presidential Cabinet for two years as Director of Student Involvement where he instituted the Freshman Focus Program. Upshaw has also served as SPB Director of Special Events, 2003 Orientation Leader, Ole Miss Ambassadors Assistant Director, Mortar Board Membership Chairman, Habitat for Humanity President and Distinctions Editor for The Ole Miss 2006. The Coca-Cola National Scholar has been named 2002-2003 Ole Miss Ambassador of the Year, 2005 Campus Favorite and to the Chancellor ' s Honor Roll. A member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Lambda Sigma, Student Leaders ' Council and The Daily Mississippian editorial board, he was also a delegate to the 2005 National African-American Student Leadership Conference. Upshaw was truly surprised and honored to receive the award. " Being named to the Ole Miss Hall of Fame is the greatest achievement I have received. It ' s humbling to realize that someone has recognized your dedication, " he said. He thanks administrators like Chancellor Robert Khayat, Dr. Thomas Wallace, Dr. Gloria Kellum, Mrs. Suzanne Thigpen and Mrs. Val Ross for their support during his time at Ole Miss. Marc Edward Walker Marc Walker, a biology and philosophy major from Olive Branch, is the son of Terry and Victoria Walker. He has served as Student Director of the Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, ASB Senator, 2003 Orientation Leader and Mortar Board Treasurer. A Carrier Scholar and Taylor Medalist, Walker was a member of the Student Leaders ' Council, Chancellor ' s Leadership Class, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Golden Key and Ole Miss Ambassadors. He was also named 2004-2005 ASB Senator of the Year. He has volunteered with Ole Miss St. Jude Miracle Mile Walk-A-Thon, Oxford Food Pantry and the Jean Jones Run Walk for Cancer. Walker felt privileged to be honored and recognized by the university and his peers. " Having worked alongside so many qualified individuals over the last four years, and to have been selected from among them, I find this acknowledgment to be a truly humbling experience, " he said. Walker credits administrators like Dr. Beckett Howorth, Dr. Sparky Reardon and Dr. Gail Stratton as friends, inspirations and reasons for his success during his tenure at Ole Miss. » ■ ■ " . ST ■• distinctions Nicholas Shawn Whipple Nicholas Whipple is an English major from Tupelo. He is the son of Wayne and Carolyn Whipple. He has served the ASB Presidential Cabinet as Director of First -Year Experience, Co-President of the Ole Miss Transfer Leadership Organization, Vice President of the Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Association and Alpha Epsilon Delta President. A member of the Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, Sigma Tau Delta and the ASB senate, Whipple is a transfer student from Northeast Mississippi Community College and was named to Who ' s Who Among American Junior College Students. He has volunteered with the American Cancer Society, St. Jude Children ' s Hospital and Baptist Memorial Hospital. Whipple credits his family and faith as the backbone to his success. " I greatly appreciate my selfless parents and siblings who, through example, have shown me how to place family and Jesus Christ above academia, " he said. He also hopes that his time spent with students has given them confidence to stand beside their convictions. The Hall of Fame at Ole Miss has recognized the outstanding achievements of students since 1930. These students have shown a great commitment to the community and have made a lasting investment in the university, and membership in this elite group signifies success in every aspect of a student ' s life. -Chancellor Robert C. Khayat ORGANIZATIONS nations 1 5 1 Trey Kitchens Student Programming Soard From the very first week of school, the Student Programming Board is busy planning, organizing and conducting all of the social activities that go into making Ole Miss one of the greatest social scenes in the country. Rebel Nights, one of the SPB ' s most popular events, consisted of free caricatures, massages and food. Under the Department of Campus Programming, the SPB facilitates such events as Homecoming, Welcome Week, Exams " Final Stretch, " the Miss University Pageant, Parade of Beauties, Union Unplugged and Apollo Nights. Director David Finnegan Associate Director Reginald Bennet Co-Director of Entertainment Dustin Childers Co-Director of Entertainment Stephen Whatley Co-Director of Special Events Ashley Strange Co-Director of Special Events Jordan Taylor Co-Director of Diversity Dennis Stuckey Co-Director of Diversity Michael Williamson Co-Director of Pageants Alicia Harper Co-Director of Pageants Mindy King Director of Campus Programming Jennifer Taylor Program Coordinator Bradley Baker Trey Kitchens 152 Organizations The poster sale generates mucw revenue for the univqpsjB and SPB sponsored events. I Each yeajp students look formrd to rujrmaging through Mintage pc s to decorate their dorms. Joseph Warner Itudents compete in all wpes of vents, such as the bungeepull, the ock climbing wall, antfeven a surf imulator machine. During welcome reek, the SPB makes s re everyone having an amazing, first week. Suzanne Pavette Joseph Warner Joseph Warner Organizations 153 Mortar Board was established as a national honor society, and today it is one of the highest honor groups for both men and women. The group has a 40 person member limit, and selection is based on scholarship, leadership and service. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Membership Chairpersons Trey Kitchens Wlortar board Caroline Wicker Caroline Dye Mary Allyson Young Marc Walker Laura Harris Ryan Upshaw Sara Martin Ball Kellie Bell Rebecca Bertrand Sarah Love Bickerstaff Cathy Brewer Karen Brickey Brandee Buntyn Baker Cannada Palmer Cope Whitney Crisp Reid Davis David Finnegan Stefanie Gadd Anna Gatlin Kerri Guy Mollie Hederman Megan Hoggard Jennifer Jeansonne Katie Laird Olivia Lusco Elizabeth Piazza Katherine Potts Katie Richardson Sherrod Taylor BrooksVance Michael Wakefield Marion Warfield Jill Waycaster Jennifer Webre Jenny Kate Whelan Grace White Emily Wilkins Chris Wilson The Ole Miss AMA Chapter is always striving to find new and creative ways to expose students to the world of marketing. That is why every year, the AMA is a completely new and different experience from previous years. They have gone to career fairs, basketball games and even the Batesville Casket Company. President Vice-President Public Relations Chairperson Membership Chairperson Consulting Chairperson Fund-raising Chairperson Mary Ann Barrett Lauren Dye Morgan Leigh Hoyt Scarlet Jones Angela Maloney Amy Holmes Trey Kitchens American Wlarketing Association 154o Adam Carder Brad Baskin Earlon Perry Adrienne Wessler BrigidWahl Frank Horton Alex Gafford Britany Aills Hollee Cheek Alisha Li Brittany Davidson Hollie Franklin Alison Moll CamiHe Covington Hunter Thomas m.inJ.i 1 ehlcmc Camille Sterner James Johnson Amy DeHaven ( arnc Burch Jason Simmons Andrew Akms ( assie Tennyson Jennifer Langford Andrew Newbold Chad Thiessen Jessica Suppenfield Anna Askew Chelsea Alfonso-Jones John Phillips Anna Jones Chris Simon Joneeta Head Anne Coleman Christi Gilbert Justin Mahfouz Ann Marie Sukman Christian Cooper Kate Garner Ashley Planch Christopher Newman Katherine Salter A hle Sain Clair Montgomery Kathleen Lou rv Audrey Bourland Claire Conerl) Kathryn White Benjamin Moores Delphine Delobel Kirby dribble Blythe Bravo Dustin Childers Kristen Prewitt Organizations Latrisha Dean Laura Dixon Laura Skelton Lauren Harrison Lauren Holland Lauren Kimsey Lauren Kottas Lauren Poss Lauren Ward Lauren West Leigh King Leighton Denman Lewis Walker Luther Johnson Madeline Hankins Malinda Buglewiez Ma I lory Rudolph Matt Bonifay Matthew Bishop Matthew Eidt Megan Peterson Megan Walters Melanie Hatcher Melissa Merchant Melissa Richard Michael Portre Michael Atwood Michael Boleware Michele Plaia Michelle Keith Mollie Hederman Natalie Bradley Natalie Morgan Natasa Nbvicevic Patrick Sadler Rachel Allen Rachel Marvel Rachel Roberts Raine Scott Samantha Gould Seth Smith Shannon Strobo Sharo Perry Shelly Evans Sophia Zabaneh Staci Black Steven Wagner Tina Heitman Todd Smith Tyler McKenzie Virginia Patton William Thmas 1 ( M . y 1 t H» V T P ' J ky ' | Ww 1 m Trey Kitchens IQho Cpsilon Rho Epsilon is an organization established to foster the professional development of UM students in real estate related majors. This group provides exposure to the issues and concerns that face professionals in the real estate market. The club usually takes several trips a year to local and regional firms and sponsors numerous professional speakers. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Scholarship Chairperson Public Relations Chairperson Patrick Walton Zach Wicker Priscilla Grantham Mindy King Heath Houston Hunter Quinn Irev Kitchens Society for the Advancement of Wlanagement President Laura Harris Vice-President - Recruitment Laura Collins Vice-President - Fund-raising Ty Bullard Secretary Spike McClinton Treasurer - Recruitment Mark Cleary Treasurer - Fund-raising Meredith Monsour Contributed pay Straight Alliance The mission of the UM GSA is to provide the Ole Miss community a supportive, safe social setting for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender persons and those with intersex conditions as well as friends and supporters. This group also provides educational resources to the University and community regarding issues of sexual diversity. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Communications Director Fund-raising Chair Staff Advisor Tommy Vasser Jarrad Powell Matthew Miller Cannon Brown Steven A. Hall Zach Jones Kelly Kress Irev Kitchens Student Advisory Board U V V I OckotJi OT OlAOLUGOO President Heath Houston Vice-President Field Norris AMA Mary Ann Barrett SHRM Walter Davis Rho Epsilon Patrick Walton SAM Laura Harris Financier ' s Club Brian He Beta Gamma Sigma Tyler Skelton Chief Emissary Officers Chris Champion AITP Greg Allen IRMS Jack W. Smith Organizations 155 Contributed University of Wlississippi Sand Aaron Bailey Aaron Madson Adam Wright Alexander MacCormack Allen Carroll Allison Haggard Allison Hill Allyson Taylor Amanda Ashmore Amanda Michelle Maxie Amanda Veteto Amber Ansell Andrew Austin McGehee Andrew Basinger Andrew J. Pryor Andrew Lindsey Andrew Smiley Ann Mize Anna Logan Annca Bowen Antoinette Rudd Ashley LaDonna DeVould Ashley Lauren Hewett Ashley Nicole Knighton Ashley V. Gruber Aspen Cannon Austin Harrison Aynslee Moon Ben Eishen Ben Yancey Benjamin Griffin Benjamin Martin Tuberville Benjamin Mitchell Benjam in Vanderburg Bette Catherine Putnam Brad Ward Bradley Jackson Bradley Newman Bradley R. Payne Brian Hale Brian Kleinschhrodt Bruin M. McCrate Brian McFarland Brian Strickland Brittany Anne Kaylor Brooks Harrison Mooneyham Carl Bethley Carrie LeMay Casey Buchanan Cathy Hayes Charlcne Lyn Baumann Charles Andrew Patrick Charles Andrews Charles Miles Charles Pans Charlotte Rebekah Hebert Chasza McCaskill Chinelo Udemgba Chris Martin Christie Abram Christina Marie Schmalz Christina Villa Christopher Ben Cockrell Christopher Clark Christopher Knox Christoher Peters Clifford Tate Montjoy Cole Esson Cory Bolen Courtney Lloyd Craig Allen Joe Crystal Babb Crystal DAvis Cynthia Lee Dane Rasmussen Danielle Fulbnght Darius Fant Darrell Ward Darren James Siddons David Alexander Sargent David Hopple Deanna Nicholson Demetria Bracey Doris Eloise Forbes Dustin Charles Herr Dustin Pfeffer Dylan Roberts Edward York Elane Farris Watson Emiley Patterson Eric Holloway Eric Vazquez Erica Davis Fnka Wilson Enkka Jackson Erin E. Melton Erin Elliott Erin Floyd Erin Kelly Miller Gabriel Cartlidge Gary Fisher Gaylan Tristine Godfrey Geoffrey Talarico Haley Crum Hannah Maee Simonton Heather Coggins Hope Ashley Eilders Hunter Howell Jabarie Glass Jacquea Johnson Jacques Darrett de Marche Jaie Lejeune James David McPherson James Matthew Taylor James Scott Jimenez James Stutts Jason Rogers Jason Schlumbrecht Jeannie Stacks Jeff Michaels Jeffrey Bloodworth Jeffrey Kline Gilbert Jennifer Dickerson Jennifer Mallette Jeremiah Fullerton Jeremy Burnham Jeremy Smith Jesse Martin Jessica Bnggs Jessica Foster Jessica Lane Jansen Jessica Smith Jessica Varnado Jessica Wilson Jimeca Scott Joanna Waller John Deitrich Listenbee John Elzie John Stewart Jon Walkenford Jonathan Evans Jonathan Peeden Jonathan Rawls Joseph Davenport Justin Brown Justin Wallace Justyn Hayes Kacie Shelton Kandice Woodard Karen Garrett Kayla Logan Keith Wilson Kelley Jenkins Kelley Reinemann Kelly Ivey Kelly Rudolph Kevin B. McMullen Kevin Wilson Kirby Nicole McClain Kirsty Echols Knsren Atchison Kristen Elaine Harrison Kristen Lee Tyson Kristen Morse Kyle Sanders Kyle Thurlow Laura B. Simpson Laura E. Mooneyham Laura Marion Lauren Ashley Sweatt Lauren Crum Lauren Massey Lee M. Fergurson Leighanna Ladner Leonard Aaron Winters Lesley Shields Leslie Crum Lindsay Davis Luther Williams Lynn Jackson Mallorie D. Magee Mandy Michelle McCoy Marco Wilson Marcus Guinn Margaret Ryan Marius Haynes Matthew Lee Cobb Melissa Gordon Melissa Shudak Merdis Hall Michael Abraham Michael Crow Michael L. Putnam Michael Presnell Michelle Lynn Hoeger Miriam Abadie Miriam Moeller MolfieJ. Stanfill Molly Tomlinson Nancy Wilson Nicholas Beau Risner Nicholas Griffith Noble Mosby Patrick Allen Werner Paul Scott Paul Sparks Peter Layton Phillip M. Hugwhes Princeton Echols Rachael Shook Raymond Ashmore Rebecca Ares Rebecca Shudak Rebekah Morris Regan Fnnk Renee Wells Richard Wood Robert Walley Rodney Eslinger Rone Andrew Bonner Rosland Holland Ross Allen Stark Samantha Rester Sara Abramson Sara Elizabeth Jimenez Sarah Garrett Sarita Pollock Sawyer Carroll Shanisha Fitch Shannon Vick Shante Davis Silas Richmond Staci Scott Stanley Cannon Stephanie Barnes Stephanie Coleman Steven Lucas Tatyana Walker Tiffany Childers Timothy Stine Todd Bowen Tracey Stokes Tyler Bigham Victoria Alaina-Marie P osey Virginia Kathleen Gardner Whitney Growning Whitney Stafford William Barrett Brewer Willis Byrd Zachary Thompson 1 56 Organizations The University of Mississippi Band has been giving outstanding performances in concert and in support of Ole Miss athletic events since it was organized in 1928. The original 26-member band has grown to 290 members and is the largest in the history of the university. In addition to performing at all home football games and many away games, the marching band has attended numerous bowl games including the Sugar Bowl, the Gator Bowl, the Liberty Bowl, the Independence Bowl, the Peach Bowl, the Cotton Bowl, and more recently the Motor City Bowl in 1997, the Music City Bowl in 2000, the Independence Bowl in 1998, 1999 and 2002, and the Cotton Bowl in 2004. In addition to the Marching Band there are several " Pep bands " formed out of " The Pride of the South " . These Pep bands perform for numerous functions such as pep rallies before each home game. Another extension of the Ole Miss Band is the Ole Miss Basketball band. The basketball band supports both the Rebel and Lady Rebel Basketball teams at all home games after football season, as well as traveling to the SEC and NCAA tournaments anually. Whether planning a career in music or simply enjoying being a part of team and marching in a band, the Rebel band has much to offer you. Trev Kitchens Suzanne Payette MmmM m rwmi Wr I " i " T » rf r- m [■7 mmmM .■I 1 « w ' i « ? " M ' •? Ti 9m. U I W " " b ■ WW ' 1 ii» -■ . Hii ifl it ■ » f ■ ■! i w • jL B 4iW5!j Ew mMm - ] ili« ■V v ' sT? ■111 ■B m r 1 WnJ 9 S " 5 ■ I K 1 1 X J B ' l I 1 HI II [ W ' -mm hV -Bht ■ i ™B lrfi lB 1 1 J _s ■B " mi I ft 1 B 1 lM| Y A ■J Ml A J r ik B T ft Jf 1 Contributed Organizations 157 -S. Gale Denley otuoie 4v V laola kIqimq written by Sheena Barnett - photography by 158 Organizations t puxcG lo- Aow2y okixlca. ' -• r puxcG la uwctkc new A puxcela yCTi " riovwe,. ynlG vdco. UA, 1 i » » The S. Gale Denley Student Media Center is a lot of different things to the students who work there. For some of these students, this is a place to test out their leadership skills. Yearbook Editor Jeremy Roberts, The DM Editor Sheena Barnett, NewsWatch Station Manager Alicia Bowles, Rebel Radio 92.1 Station Manager Bailey Melton and TheDMOnline.com Editor E.H. McClary all took the reins of the SMC this year, each working to make this the best year possible for their respective areas. They have also helped to create a multi-media newsroom in which students are encouraged to work for several of the different areas. Many of the students who work in the SMC - especially the managers - spend much of their time there, usually working up to or more than 40 hours a week on top of full-time class loads. Many students here juggle challenging course loads and the equivalent of a full-time job. The students who work here are some of the most hard-working and influential on campus, and their opinions are often sought by the administration. And unlike many other jobs, the work of the student journalists is very public. The quality of their work is seen everyday through their readers ' and viewers ' eyes. At a regular job, few may notice if a word is incorrect; however, at the SMC, " this becomes public knowledge as soon as the paper ' s published or the newscast goes on air. The SMC really becomes a home for many students. Their college experience is often defined by working here. Many of those who graduate say they could not have gotten their jobs if it were not for the experience gained at the SMC. Though it is a lot of work, the SMC is also a lot of fun for those involved. Deep friendships - like families away from home - are formed by the people who work there. The students at the SMC cry, vent their frustrations and " celebrate their accomplishments together. There is little they do not share. Though many of them see more of the SMC than they do their homes and more of their co-workers than they do their families, few - if any - of them regret the hours upon hours of work they put into the newspaper, yearbook, web site, radio and TV stations. Pound for pound, these are the hardest working students on the University of Mississippi campus -Dr. Ralph Braseth Director of the Student Media Center Organizations 159 s SMC 5 Ole ' Miss students chosen to work in a newsroom and find out what happens when deadlines are not met and when they stop living their previous, " normal " lives. Sheena Gail Barnett Editor-in-Chief The Daily Mississippian t «r " . •. T. 0 • •fWr - - Trey Kitchens Sheena Barnett ' s life revolves around only a few things: The DM, The DM ' s pet squirrel, her friends and family and her few favorite things. The senior journalism major from Pontotoc spends much of her time at work - usually about 9 or more hours a day producing the paper. When she does get out, though, she loves going to movies and concerts. She also spends her time taking care of Jimmy Gizmo, an abandoned squirrel found and raised by The DM staff. Most of her time is spent at work editing and helping her staff, and she does most of her work while listening to music, which she says helps her work. She usually listens to My Chemical Romance, Jeff Buckley, Jimmy Eat World or System of a Down - but mostly My Chemical Romance, her favorite band of the moment. Though she does not have a lot of time to watch movies or TV, her favorites include " Buffy the Vampire Slayer, " " The Golden Girls, " " The Phantom of the Opera " and " Moulin Rouge. " Her pet peeves include missing deadlines and flakey people. Her motto is " Life is short - carpe diem. " Alicia Michelle Bowles Station Manager NewsWatch 160O Trey Kitchens Alicia Bowles is a senior broadcast journalism major from Snellville, Ga. When she is not working in the SMC, one can find her on the Square at Parrish ' s or at any of the fine restaurants in that area. She draws on support from her fellow managers and advisors along with tremendous support from Josh Rosa, the sports director for NewsWatch. Rosa is there to calm her down and put things into perspective when they get a little crazy. Since she is the TV station manager, what else do you expect her to do on a Sunday night than watch TV right? Beginning at 8 p.m., you will find her watching " Desperate Housewives " - a show, besides NewsWatch, she is truthfully addicted to watching. One way to really get on her nerves is to borrow something and not put them back where they were to when you are finished with the item. You could say that she is somewhat obsessive compulsive about organization. She may look like she is disorganized but she really does know where everything is. Bowles ' motto is to " enjoy life to the fullest because you only have one chance to live. Always smile when you see someone because sometimes those few seconds of a smile could change that person ' s entire life. " rgamzations Emmett " Bubba " McClary Editor TheDMOnline.com Bailey Melton Station Manager Rebel Radio, 92.1 Jeremy Thomas Roberts Editor-in-Chief The Ole Miss 2006 Trey Kitchens Bubba McClary, a journalism graduate student, is originally from Jackson, where he did his undergraduate work at Jackson State University. For his favorite place to eat in Oxford, you would be able to find him at the Men ' s prayer lunch at Christ Presbyterian Church, every Wednesday at noon, " because I do not have to cook. " He feels the best thing about this job is the look on a new reporter ' s face when he or she gets a good story and then see what they have written either in the DM or online. When he has time to relax, you can find him playing either the guitar, the paino or writing his next original screen play. His biggest pet peeve is waste of any kind. " There are so many in our world who are in need. This is way past that thing your mom used to say about cleaning your plate. If you have 50 dollars in your pocket, you have more monetary wealth that 95 percent of all the people on this planet. Please recycle, do not waste anything. You will live to regret it if you do. " Trey Kitchens Bailey Melton, a Pharmacy student, is from Memphis, Tenn. His favorite colors are red and blue, of course! Even though he is the station manager for Oxford ' s Best Music, you will also find him listening to his homemade country CD because he feels " everybody needs a little country now and then. " But if you were to get in his car, you will find that the preset on the radio is 92.1 FM. When not listening to music, Melton is watching Law and Order - not Criminal Intent. Bailey is always either at Handy Andy ' s eating some BBQ or at Oxford ' s Famous 4-corner Chevron, eating a chicken-on- the-stick or a pizza roll. One thing that annoys Melton the most is people walking to class in flip flops while dragging their feet. Alcohol and working hard to getting Rebel Radio Oxford ' s Best Music is what gets him through the stressful times at the office. His motto is to " Work Hard, Play Harder - you can sleep when you are dead! " Trey Kitchens Jeremy Roberts is a senior English major from Terry. He is double minoring in history and marketing which is helping with organizing the yearbook and marketing the product to the university and the student body. Roberts draws on support from Amy Patrick, the managing editor of The Ole Miss along with Elizabeth Chapman, Darcy Davis and Traci Mitchell. Alicia Bowles and Roberts can be seen yelling at each other during various times of the day while they truthfully do like one another. On Sundays, you can find everyone in his house watching " Desperate Housewives " and " Gray ' s Anatomy " which allows him to relax and clear his mind from the day- to-day stresses and struggles. In his CD player, one is able to find various mixed cds and both of the Black Eyed Peas CDs. As a former DM Editor, Emery Carrington, said " My humps, my humps ... " Roberts ' biggest pet peeve is when " People say they are going to do something but they do not. That is taking someone ' s word when they tell you something and taking someone ' s word is basically putting all your trust in them. Say what you mean and mean what you say. " Organizations 161 Selected through a highly competitive process, The Ole Miss Ambassadors represent the best and brightest of the University of Mississippi. These young people dedicate their personal time to aid the Admissions Office in daily recruitment by giving tours, writing letters to prospective students and serving as student leaders during visit days. Joseph Warner Advisor Executive Director Co-Directors of Tours Secretary Points Co-Directors of Special Events Housing Director of Correspondence Treasurer 8c Spirit of Ambassadors Multicultural Affairs Athletics Liaison Mary Beth Justice Sarah Bynum Maggie Middleton Jill Mixon Patrice Jones Jennifer Duddleston Rachel Howard Melissa King Melissa Marchant Jeremy Hudson Rvan Perkins Ole Wliss Ambassadors Miriam Abadie Meghann Ainsvvorth Grace Armstorng Cortessia Badie Elizabeth Bailey Mary Ann Barrett Andrew Basinger Barrett Beard Alex Beene Erika Bern- Elizabeth Black Meghan Black Brittany Blair Carly Blevens Christina Boone Amanda Boozer Lindsey Bowen Brandee Buntyn Meredith Burgess Gabe Cartlidge Courtney Cason Katie Cliburn Lauren Clark Meki Clark Katie Clore Julie Cloud Michael Coleman Bethany Joy Conner Ruth Ann Cooper Mallory Crandall Skye Crutcher Laura D ' Antoni John Allen Darnell Jeegna Desai Laura Doty Cassi DuBois Carolyn Eley Ashley Emerson Allison England Lauren Fair Michael Farrar Hillary Finlen Anna Golson Fredrick, Devonne Gibbs Jana Graham Andrea Green Buie Halford Lauren Haney Amanda Harmon Nicole Haynes Willie Haynes Casey Hendrick Stephanie Henson Marty Hitt Blake Jackson Erikka Jackson Jermaine Jackson Tristen Jackson Jada Jamerson LaCrissia Jefferson Karen Jeffries Amy Jenkins Scotty Jimenez Amber NeCole Jones Katie Joyner Cathleen Jurgensen Kreg Kennedy Joshua Kipp Hunter Kitchens Emily Ladyman Christy Lassiter Jennnifer Lawrence Matt Lenderman Katie Lentile Meagan Letteri Reagan Lightsey Justin Livingston Julianne Lofton Kara Long Bob Lynch Molly Manning Crystal Martin Ruth Mauldin Townes Maxwell MeredithMcDaniel Garrett Mclnnis Roun McNeil Amanda Miller Sarah Mokry Allison Morgan Joanna Mott Virginia Naryka My-Linh Ngo Justin Niblett Michele Plaia Lindsey Presley Sally Putt Georgia Anne Ray Bart Reising Alexandra Rodriguez Justin Rush Meg Ryan Ashton Seip Turner Simmons Sam Solomon Lauren Sosnowski Amy Stanfill Bridget Stanford Meagan Stokes Ashley Strange Dennis Stuckey Drew Taggart Sherrod Taylor Tori Terrell Cassie Thrash Emily Thrash Ryan Upshaw Emily Vaughan Kim Veazey Lauren Wade Morgan Walter Ramona Wanlass Chase Welch Shad White Bryce Whitley Charlie Wildman Lizzie Williams Margaret Williamson Shannon Wilson Zachary Wilso n Richard Wood Jaklyn Wrigley Jenzy Wunder Elizabeth Yerger Anthony Yuen Phi Wlu Alpha Sinfonia Sinfonia was founded by Ossian Everett Mills at the New England Conservatory in Boston to create an order in which men with a shared love of music could develop the virtues of manhood in themselves and in their fellows. The object of this fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater. Wherever there is music on the Ole Miss campus, there you will find the men of Sinfonia. Trev Kitchens President Andy Murphy Vice President FEO Ben Tuberville Secretary Raymond Ashmore Treasurer Jimmy Stutts Warden Justin Wallace Historian Kyle Sanders Alumni Secretary Dane Rasmussen Carl Bain Andrew Bonner Jeremy Burnham Gabe Cartlidge Brenon Eaton Jonathan Evans Lee Ferguson Jabarie Glass Marcus Guinn Brian Hale Scotty Jimenez Brian Kleinschrodt Lawrence Martin Matt McDonald Ben Mitchell Ronald Odom, Jr. Dustin Pfeffer Joseph Sanchez Paul Scott Paul Sparks Darrell Ward Lee Winters Bryan Andrews Ty Bigham Jeffrey Bloodworth Cory Bolen Todd Bowen Justin Brown Casey Buchanan Nick Griffith Eric Holloway Jacques de Marche Corey Martin Jesse Martin Jeremy Smith Zack Thompson Adam Wright Organizations 163 UW1 Association of Slack journalists The University of Mississippi ' s Association of Black Journalists is a student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. The NABJ was founded by 44 men and women on December 12, 1975, in Washington, D.C, for issues important to the black press. One of the purposes of the association is to educate, encourage and provide scholarships among other academic opportunities for those students who are working toward a career in the field of mass communications. President Ronald Odom, Jr. Vice President Cathy Hayes Secretary Renee Wells Treasurer Christianna Jackson Historian Corey Martin Representative Ciara Walker Advisor Dr. Michael Cheers H W m Contri Cedric Anderson Kasimu Harris Rachel Chandler Janna Hughes Jessica Coker Jermaine Jackson Jasmine Cole Carissa Jamison Marti Covington Kristian King Erica Davis Jordan Perry John Davis Jennifer Salu Charity Ekugwum Stephen Surrell Lillie Flenorl Elan Walker Ladeidre Gardner Yvonne Williams Devonne Gibbs ■ 1 64 Organizations Lambda Sigma Lambda Sigma Society is a national honor society for sophomore men and women dedicated to the purpose of fostering leadership, scholarship, fellowship, the spirit of service among college students and to promoting the interests of the college or university in every possible way Lambda Sigma members are chosen from the top 35 percent of the freshmen class academically. Members of Lambda Sigma are challenged to fulfill their intellectual and leadership potential by performing community service projects every month. Co-President: Co-President: Vice-President: Treasurer: Secretary: Senior Advisor: Charles Cascio Ebony Nichols Drew Taggart Kirk Russ Daniel Hedglin Ryan Upshaw Meghan Ainsworth Amber Andrews Bramten Berge Erika Berry Jeannie Blair Wright Busching Marti Covington Lauren-Ashe Dantzler Joel Duff Fokina Ekaterina Katherine Farris Lillie Flenorl Ann Golson Frederick Andrea Green Nathan Hamil Lauren Haney Stephanie Henson Nicholas Jew Jordan Jones Joshua Kipp Rebecca Lo Bob Lynch Livia Macias Ann Magnua Meredith McDaniel Hannah Menefee Mitchell Kemp Mosley Sara Michelle Nicholson Blake Olmsted Ginger Parker Constance Payne Ryan Perkins Gerilynn Petty Samantha Porter Mary Bess Prichett Leah Rang Kendra Reynolds Peyton Smith Mary Ha ry ward Spotswood Rebecca Taylor Carmen Timbes Marianthi Venetis Victoria Waller Shad White Joseph Wright Organizations 165 Slack Student lilnion President LaToya Coleman Vice President Y ' Esha Williams Secretary Ashley Collins Treasurer Mariah Cole Web Master Tiffany Stewart The mission of the Black Student Union is to provide an intellectual, cultural and social environment for students and community members. They strive for academic excellence and promotes cultural awareness among its members. The BSU works amongst themselves and with various other organizations to develop programs in the interest of black students. They aim to enrich student life at the university culturally intellectually and socially to ensure full ongoing administration commitment of fair, equitable policies and to strengthen and support the bonds of community between black UM students and the larger Oxford and Lafayette communities. Adebajo Alabi Adraine Brown Adrienne Ezell Alexis Burnett Alexis Hampton Alicia Curry Alicia Joiner Alisha Jones Amanda Yancey Amber Shegog Ameze Adah Amy Gibson Andrew Moore Angela Kimmons Anika Leslie Anna Edwards Anteatta Archie Anthony Cohran Antione Mcneil Antoine Shoemate Ashley Gibson Ashley Johnson Aspen Cannon Atricia White Barbara Kirk Brandie Thomas Brandon Jenkins Brandy Rucker Brian Orange Bridgette Harris Britney Malone Brittany Banks Bnttney Smith Cadavas Nunnery Candace Robinson Candice Tolbert Carlos Brown Carlos Maury Carlos Suggs Carlton Wilkinson Carol Polk Cassie Rocket Chandra Daniels Chardae Jones Chetonia Brown Chris Earl Chris Hilliard Chris Lawson Christie Abram Christin Sutton Christopher Taylor Christy Lockett Cortessia Badie Courtney Briggs Courtney Jewell Courtney Jones Courtney Lynch Crystal Martin Cynthia Presley Dalphne Jamerson Danielle Totten Darline Taylor Darneice Floyd Darrias Thomas Deangela Harris Dejarnette Trice Demarco Williams Denaya Butler Dennis Stuckey Desmond Taylor Deveshia Jones Diane Payne Dominiqua Bowdry Dunmetna Russell Dwayne Curtis Ebony Nichols Edward Waller Elan Walker Enka Wilson Felecia Morgan Felecia Fort Felicia Penilton Fenesha Gardner Frank Logan Gabrielle Jamison Gary Fisher George Ray Gerald Stinson Gigi McCaskill Glenetta Hullins Glenn Clay Gregory Hodges Henry Barefield Hershel Murphy Hollyn Zammit Jackie Certi on Jacquelyn Surrell Jared Turner Jarvis Faulkner Jasmine Jennings Jasmia Joseph Jeannie Adams Jeffrey Dunmgan Jennfier Flowers Jeremy Parnell Jerome Blissett Jerome Roberts Jessica Ware Jilhan Jackson Jokeidre Butler Jonathan Cox Joseph Kendrick Joshua Sage Justin Dawkins Kamen Wells Kamisha Ward Kara Ward Kasey Harris Kasey Rogers Katrina Redmond Keith Wilson Kelly Bournes Keoni Gray Keyonte Holomon Kierra Forbes Kimbely Jones Kimberly Davis Kimberly Logan Kimberly Smith Kimberlyn Seals Krisit Kinnel Kristian King Krystal Echoles LaCrssia Jefferson Lajoi McAdory Lakeisha House Lakendra Chalmers LaQuea Robinson Larissa Cotton Lasheba Woodall LaTara Houston Latorria loore LaToya Hartwell Latoya McKinney Latoya Spence Lawrence Muruako Lee Matthews Lee Wiliams Lenetta Small Leona Butler Letoya McClay Londrick Nolen Lori Gladney Louis Harris Marcell Walker Marcus Epting Marcus Poplar Marcus Robinson Markeita Adams Marquita Streeter Marteena Taylor Maurice Miller Melissa Ivory Melissa Simmons Meyasha Dunn Michael Tucker Michael Williamson Miesha Mickel Monique moore Nakedra Byrd Na ' Shaunda Finner Nicole Tisdale Obarcus Pryor Phillip Rogers Pranati Copeland Randon Bryson Raymond Hawkins Reyna DeHenre Rico Lawrence Rixter Sharpe Robyn Nash Romanda Miller Rondalyn Dorsey Rosalyn Vinson Roshanda Hosch Rosland Roach Rozerno Camel Saheba DeHenre Joseph Warner Sam Ekugwum Samantha Holland Secondria Henry Shaneka Simmons Shantia Jennings Shaquilla Gates Shaquita Prince Shayla Ware Sherry Tims Shira Scott Shyra Galloway Sonya Haynes Stacey Williams Stephanie McGhee Stephen Surrell Tamara Jackson Tamara Noah Taryana Walker Teela Walker Temekia Hardaway Temille Lawrence Teresa Baxter Terrance Subber Tesfa Alemu Tiffany Connerly Tiffany Jackson Tiffany Wheeler Tiffine Armstrong Titus Williams Torrance Randle Trimella Jefferson Triston Anderson Tyshun Hargrove Veronica Johnson Veronique Witherspoon Vikki Steward Walter Purnell Willie Redmond Willie Haynes Willie Watkins Xavier Jones Yamika Barnes Yannick Harris Yolanda Cooper Yolanda Patino Yvonne Davis 1 66 Organizations Order f Omega The purpose of the Order of Omega includes recognizing those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities, encouraging them to continue along this line and inspiring others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment. The Order of Omega also strives to bring together outstanding fraternity men and women to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate fraternity affairs, as well as bring together members of the faculty, alumni and student members of the institution ' s fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness. President Caroline Dye Vice President Maureen Shorter Secretary Palmer Cope Treasurer John Adrian Residence Hall Association President Teresa Baxter Vice President Tifani Welch National Communications Coordinator Felicia King Administrative Coordinator Jamie Winfrey Programming Coordinator Jamese Gayden Advisor David Basket! The University of Mississippi ' s RHA is the organization that represents the residents of on-campus housing, unifying our university ' s 10 residence halls. RHA ' s purpose is to provide services and activities for all residents and to communicate resident ' s suggestions and concerns to the Housing and Residence Life administration. Insurance and Risk Wlanagement President VP Career Development VP Industry Relations VP Communications VP Finance VP Recruitment VP Special Events Assistant VP Career Development Assistant VP Recruitment Assistant VP Communications Assistant VP Special Events Advisor Jack Smith Ben Brewer Dorothy Boone Robert Aiken Ross Hurst Chris Gressett Madeleine Hall Kaleena Wortham Josh Jenkins Titus Williams Samantha Sherwood Dr. Karen Epermanis Organizations 167 Rebecca Bertrand President Contributed F ebecca Bertrand ' s primary task as the ASB president is to ensure that the ASB is serving the students of Ole Miss by maintaining an open line of communication between the student body and the administration. Her responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of the executivebranch, appointments of the presidential cabinet and appointment of all special task forces. In an effort to foster a sense of awareness throughout campus and keep students informed, Bertrand writes a weekly column in the Daily Mississippian. Spencer Bryan Vice President «« . i J A Contributed opencer Byran presides over the campus Senate, which consist of Ole Miss students from both the on-and-off campus sectors. The Senate has the authority to introduce and pass legislations concerning student life, as well as override presidential vetoes. As the ASB vice president, Bryan heads a 7 member executive council. Associated Student Body The Associated Student Body executives are elected each spring by the Ole Miss student body and oversee the functioning of the University ' s governmental system. 168 Organizations Caroline Wicker Secretary Brian Hey Treasurer Kellie Bell Judicial Chair Contributed Contributed Jeremv Roberts Oaroline Wicker ensures that the ASB office is fully staffed and open to students in order to address any questions or concerns they may have regarding the ASB. She assists the office ' s clerical work and keeps a calendar of all ASB meetings and activities. She is also the contact person between various departments and the ASB cabinet, working diligently to keep both parties informed of any changes that may occur within the Cabinet. orian Hey ASB treasurer, keeps track of the finances allocated by the university ' s Associated Student Body, student organizations and special interest groups. Every year, the treasureris responsible for creating a budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Kellie Bell serves as both the ASB and University Judicial Chair. The ASB Judicial Council is the supreme governing body of the ASB. The ASB Judicial Council plays an important role within the University ' s judicial system. Organizations 1 69 Associated StudentSody Presidental Cabinet Trey Kitchens After the general election each year, the Associated Student Body- President appoints his or her presidental cabinet. All members of the cabinet are responsible for specific duties which help run the Ole Miss campus. Each member of the cabinet directs the major departments of the ASB within the Executive Branch. These directors, as well as the other appointed cabinet members, meet with President Bertrand on a weekly basis. Chief of Staff Attorney General Director of Academic Affairs Director of Communications Director of Community Service Director of External Affairs Director of Diversity Affairs Co-Directors of Student Involvement Director of Student Services Elections Co-Commissioners Director of First-Year Student Experience Executive Liason Exectuive Assistants Sara Martin Ball Will Bardwell Elizabeth Piazza Steven Griffin Laura Harris Sarah Binum Eruke Ohwofasa Elizabeth Rainey Will Haynes Robert McCormick Andrew Edwards George Henry Grace White Shad White Bob Lynch Anna Gatlin 1 70 Organizations Associ§l d StudentOody enate Vice President Legislation Monitor Parliamentarian Committee Director Public Relations Campus Liaison Sergeant at Arms Spencer Bryan Ryan Upshaw Vince Falconi Ericka Berry Jill Waycaster Olivia Lusco Lukman Bojuwan Joseph Warner The Semate is the lawmaking branch of the Associated Student Body. It is one of the very best places to get involved with ASB because of its vital role in the Ole Miss student government. Senators are elected from both on-campus residents and non-residents. The Executive Council is appointed each spring by the newly-elected ASB Vice President to serve as a liasion between the university administration and the Senate. The council meets with the vice president on a bi- weekly basis to discuss upcoming legislation for each Senate meeting. Each council member is aoopinted to serve for one year. Accountancy Caroline Murphee Education Ali Wren Applied Sciences Joanna Mott Engineering Lanier Wright Mary Kate Sims Graduate School Nicole Cook Business Charles Cascio Brown William Sanders Anthony Gibson Crosby John Rhodes Martin Mary Cile Glover-Rogers Whitney Denham Samantha Gould Kate Lezon Buie Halford Deaton Alyssa Mahaf fey Ben James Guess Rob Derivaux Nathan Ross Hefley Rip Rippey Liberal Arts Hunter Carpenter Howry Faulkner Genie Alica Via Michael Coleman Kincannon LaKendra Chalmers Alison Hogan Michael Dalton Jermaine Jackson Martin Bobby Morgan Sterling Kidd Catherine Ann Herington Austin McGhee Northgate Apartments Mary Mitchell Purvis Jordan McKinley Stewart Laushelle Fair Roun McNeal Stockard Charlotte Mint . Tara Smith Franco Healy Drew Taggart At-Large Graham Purcell Sherrod Taylor Jordan Downs Sam Tyagi I lunter Kitchens Markc ' Walker Andrew Weeks ■ Organizations 171 . Omega Phi Alpha Dedicated to serving the community, Omega Phi Alpha is a service sorority. The purpose and goals of Omega Phi Alpha are to assemble its members in the fellowship of the sorority to develop lifelong friendships, leadership skills and by promoting service to the university community to the community-at-large, to the members of the sorority and to the nations of the world. " Today ' s friends, Tomorrow ' s Leaders, forever in service. ' Caitlin Carey Nicole Drinkard Beth Emerson Myrinda Grantham Stacy Gwin Lindsay Haskins Candice Holder Lynn Jackson Cassie Lang Jessica Mason Lauren Mayet Kathryn Mayeux Christina Nason Kristin Reynolds Megan Roberts Debra Scardino Jessica Smith Lauren Sosnowski Latoya Spence Sarah Strzaika Janelle Townsend Amanda Veteto Alexis White Emily White Amanda Yancey Suzanna Payette Chief Cmissary Officers CEOs represent the School of Business Administration student body through ambassadorial positions at academic, professional and recruiting events. CEOs also help recruit high school and transfer students to majors within the School of Business, serve the Dean, Associate Deans, Business School Advisory Board and professors in advisory capacities, and inform their fellow students of opportunities within the School of Business. President Christopher Champion Vice-President Curran Foose Secretary Mary Ann Barrett Webmaster Greg Allen Advisor Sue Hodge 1 72 Organizations Trey Kitchens Association for Information technology Professionals For several years, the University of Mississippi AITP Chapter has provided a forum for outstanding guest speakers, educational programs, professional development and career networking opportunities for hundreds of students. Since the Chapter ' s inception in 1993, Ole Miss has been represented at every Region 3 and National Collegiate Conference. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisor Greg Allen Manny Grillis Craig Laine Will McKeigney Dr. Tony Ammeter Dr. Brian Reithel University judicial Council REHIRE] Chair Members Kellie Bell Heather Carrillo Courtney Cason Bethany Conner David Finnegan Daniel Hedglin Marty Hitt Chase McCullum Bart Reising Joseph Warner The ASB Judicial Counil plays an important role within the judicial system of the university. Consisting of an elected chair, a selected co-chair and seven associate members, the student judicial council has jurisdiction over the ASB constitution, all ASB election, and any laws passed by the ASB senate. The members of the council serve in their greatest capacity as representatives on The University of Mississippi Judicial Board. Consisting of eight students and eight faculty members, this body is the highest tribunal at Ole Miss. Seta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi is an international honorary organization for financial information students and professionals. Founded in 1919, the main objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encorage and recognize scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. 1 m-. v pEfi m fl f m m V 1 Li I i jh BmL - , ■ 11 • m ■ - »T mt Allison Ashford Suzanne Atkins Michael Berg Ashley Jennings Olivia Lusco Suzanne McCaffrey Karen Merriwether Shelia Rice Matthew Roberts Walt Robison Sharon Salu Suzy Schaffhauser David Tuthill Sarah Wall David Bailey III Johannah Faulk Rebekah Hebert John White Brandee Buntyn Jennifer Jordan Ginny Steams Tyler Williams Betsey Bailey Sweata Desai Whitney Farrell Katie Finnegan Yanxia Gao Ann Herring Jon Hegi Ryan Jenkins Fang Lin Mary Maxwell Adam Milner Brittney Smith Carlin Williams Christian Albarracin Catherine Stanley Tyler Skelton Asad Gul Caleb Nicholson Brandon Sherman Sean Gould Justin Reeder Brian Richardsonw Contributed Organizations 173 Ole Wliss Army IQOTC A premier leadership progam which is designed to train future officers of the United States Army or National Guard, the Ole Miss ROTC is one of the most elite organizations on campus. Over 200 students of the " Rebel Battalion " take Army ROTC courses, which are offered on campus by the University. At the conclusion of the 2005-2006 school year, 19 Ole Miss students will have completed the Army ROTC program and earn presidential appointments as United States Army Officers. This number has risen 5 people from the 2004-2005 school year. Matthew Kiddy Russell Scott Aaron Jeanes Logan Newsome Tiffany Skelton Julia Nance Suzanne Sereduck Jessica Ford Bobby Pettit Larissa Cotton Latoya Polk Catory Bradley Lance Neumaster Nicole Marion Micah Welch Neal Rockhold Zach Boyles Jake Todd Nick Saucier Will Lassiter Patrick Muldo on Cyrus Kardouni Thomas McClesky Nick Bingham Andrew Higgins Jamie Duvall John Broussard Brannon Poland Brandon Salas Tony Hartman Kyle Greer Bruce Erickson Kevin Shouse Jesse Powell Matt Lilley Ryan Cook Todd Bembry Battle Ewing Chris Walker Seth Davidson Matt Songe Colin Park 174 o rganizations The Ole Miss Rebel Batallion Faculty and Staff Professor of Military Science Executive Officer Recruiting 6c Retention Officer Asst. Professor of Military Science Asst. Professor of Military Science Senior Instructor Training NCO Secretary Administrative Technician Supply NCO LTC Joseph Blackburn LTC Neil Reinwald MAJ Harold H. Whiffen MAJ Andy Field MAJ Danny Robbins MSG Harry Hentz SFC Anthony Bell Ms. Cindy Farrar Ms. Kat Robakiewicz SGT Matthew Stewart leadershipexcellence Organizations 175 Trey Kitch Student Leaders ' Council The Student Leaders ' Council is an organization that was formed in order to bring student leaders for various aspects of campus life together to share experiences, concerns and challenges as well as to provide a forum that would promote positive communication between campus interest groups and university administrators. i Associated Student Body President The Ole Miss 2006, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief The Daily Mississippian, Newspaper Editor-in-Chief News Watch, Television Station Manager Rebel Radio Station Manager Student Programming Board Director Black Student Union President Residence Hall Association President Ole Miss Ambassadors Director Panhellenic President Interfraternity Council President National Pan-Hellenic President Judicial Chair Executive Director of Minority Affairs International Student Association President Graduate Student Council President Associated Student Body Chief of Staff Associated Student Body Director of Student Involvement Sally McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College Student Director Student Athletic Representatives Advisors 1 76 Organizations Rebecca Bertrand Jeremy Roberts Sheena Barnett Alicia Bowles Bailey Melton David Finnegan LaToya Coleman Teresa Baxter Sarah Bynum Lauren Moore James Watts Herman Sylvester Kellie Bell Eruke Ohwofasa Lukman Bojuwon Stephen Monroe Sara Martin Ball Elizabeth Rainey Marc Walker Ashley Ferree Jason Cook Dr. Thomas Wallace Dr. Larry Ridgeway Mrs. Sandra Crowe I College Republicans The purpose of the College Republicans is to promote the principles of the Republican Party among the students at the University of Mississippi, to increase the membership in this organization and in the Republican Party, to provide service to the Party at all levels and to develop strong leadership abilities and political skills. Trey Kitchens Members Children kieir Dec Chair 1st Vice Chair 2nd Vice Chair Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Executive Director Parliamentarian Director of Internet Media Sarah Morrison Caroline Wicker Laura Harris Whitney Crisp William Hegwood Milton Fletcher Shad White Jocelyn Russell Matthew Rutlad Contributed Anna Claire Abraham Meredith Allen Amanda Ashmore Ifonathan Bagley Lauren Beattie Alex Beene Bryndan Blasingame Audrey Bourland indsey Bowen [ustin Boyd isa Bragg arah Rose Buchanan ameron Buchanan VLatt Carter George Cibulas iluth Ann Cooper ashaune Cosey 3rett Crenshaw D atrick Day William Denney Cassi Dubois Elizabeth Eva Analee Furr Martha Guinn Austin Haba Whitney Haley Kerri Harper Michelle Harris Andrew Hill Virginia Houston Nora Hughes Ross Hurst Amy Jenkins Cary Johnston Claire Kerckhoff Sterling Kidd Mollie Kidder Emilv Ladvman Jason Lamb Bill Latham Farah Lavassani Layson Lawler Josh Lawrence Bonnie Leach Marissa Leonard Meagan Lettri Caroline Lewis Justin Livingston Keith Luke Jessica Mallette Stephen Marshall Benjamin McMurtray Sunni Meadows Andrew Medore Emily Melton Meghan Milloy Zach Morris Ronald Morris Ben Napier Justin Norris Melanie Oakes Alan Pate Suzanne Payette Jordan Pedron Jonathan Peeden Ryan Perkins Nathan Pew Alyson Presley Jeffrey Pruitt Courtney Rigdon Anthony Roberts Lauren Roberts Kristen Robinson Cassie Rockette Henry Ross Callie Rutherford ntributed Brantley Sanderson Candace Shelton Emily Shoff Valerie Skaggs Andrea Stepp Justin Sumrall Aaron Tallo Sherrod Taylor Chip Trammell Ashton Turner Ben VanLanduyt Alex Vega Victoria Waller Lauren West Grace White Drew Wilkerson Kathleen Williams Hollyn Zammit Organizations 177 Contr ibuted Ole WlisslAJomen ' s Council Scholars Contributed Contributed The Ole Miss Women ' s Council Scholars participate in a unique leadership-mentorship program during their tenure at Ole Miss. The students are selected from a highly competitive application process to receive a $20,000 scholarship. This program requires that the students maintain at least a 3.0 GPA, participate in community service projects, meet with mentors and attend leadership seminars. These select students are being groomed to be leaders in their communities and to further the servant leadership mission of the Women ' s Council. Co-Directors Molly Meisenheimer Becky Coyle Kane Albers Kamesha Bailey April Broussard Jamie Coleman Priscilla Conerly Martin Crotts Joel Duff Megan Edwards Sarah Garrett Austin Gray Katy Anna Grisham Amanda Harmon Elizabeth Harrington Jason Jackson Mary Morgan Johnson Tina Kimble Jennifer Lawrence Kyl e McCool Crystal Martin Holly Myers Lauren Parker Logan Rebstock Lindsey Rogers Caroline Rucker Magen Scott Golda Sharpe Bridget Stanford Jessica West Kimberly Wilks 178 Organizations _ Vlavy ROTC Contributed The Naval ROTC Unit at Ole Miss was established on November 1, 1945. The NROTC Program was established to educate and train qualified young men and women for service as commissioned officers in the unrestricted line Naval Reserve or Marine Corps Reserve. As the largest single source of Navy and Marine Corps officers, the NROTC Scholarship Program plays an important role in preparing mature young men and women for leadership and management positions in an increasingly technical Navy and Marine Corps. Commanding Officer Executive Officer Marine Officer Instructor Naval Instructor Naval Instructor Assistant Marine Instructor Administrative Officer DOD Program Manager Supply Officer Secretary CAPT Timothy Howington, USN CDR David Snow, USN CAPT Alex Stobbe, USMC LT Edward Pledger, USN LT David Oliver, USN GYSGT Ronald Wooldridge, USMC YNC (SW) Daryl Lavigne, USN Mr. Xavier Rivera, USNR OC Sarah Mowdy, USN Mrs. Charlotte Tubbs Midshipmen 1st Class Midshipmen 2nd Class Allen Dipasquale Jeremy Hughes Nicholas Maruca Cameron Massey David Verhine Nicole Bullock Jamison Burks Orin Council Audrey Herrington Joseph Sawyer John VanAssche Charles Watt Midshipmen 3rd Class Trey Beeman Daniel Buccola Sarah Eaton Justin Evans Matt Glasco John Hoodenpyle Bobbie Sue Howell Lauren Massingill Shane Phariss Michael Ross Brandon Saint Clark Smith David Williams Midshipmen 4th Class David Aim Luke Barousse Cory Christaens Adam Clem Tami Cooper Kenneth Dennis Phillip Hughes Katherine Janssen Douglas Lipe Gerald Padron Alfred Parker Thomas Roach Active Duty SSGT Andy Beavers OC Nathanael Bolton OC Wesley Howard OC Cody Keesee SSGT Allan Frazier OC Van Stewart Organizations 179 Joseph Warner Phi Kappa Phi Accountancy Applied Sciences Business Administration Education Engineering Jeremy Stewart Caviezel Sweta Sunil Desai Kathleen Louise Finnegan Charles Mathews Harris Ann Elizabeth Herring Eleanor Marie Hightower Ashley Elizabeth Jennings Mary Bostwick Maxwell Tyler Gray Skelton Carlin Marie Williams Sara Maxine Gowan Monique Kandrel Hicks Amanda Josephine Marsalis Diane Nicole McAlpin Rebecca Jane Owens Paula Lorraine Van Buren Marianna Rhee Breazeale Brandon Chase Cain Ming Kuan Chong David Alan Finnegan William Christopher Gressett Ashley Brooke Hanne Brian Robert Hey Brandon Scott Hubbard Kathryn Leigh Kinsey Amanda Elizabeth LeBlanc Jared Foster Martin Meridith Elise McKinney Philip Grayson Metcalf William Scott Moseley Steven Clarke Nix Rachel Elaine Peterson Kellie DeeAnn Poynor Jada Carol Jamerson John William Rippy Kara Jean Tapp Kristen Lane Whitehead Patrick Michael Kieffer Stephen David Rawls 180 Organizations Liberal Arts Ashley Summit Andrews Emily Lea Berry Christopher Michael Blocker Zachary Mori Bonner Susan Claire Brabec James Bernard Brannan Catherine Anne Carter Jennifer Street Childers Geoffrey Roger Ferril Anna Louise Gatlin Claire Ann Gibson Kathryn Sewell Gillen Laura Elizabeth Godfrey Steven James Griffin Frances Jariel Hairston Laura Elizabeth Harris Alison Monique Hogan Emily Griffin Laird Amanda Joy Ledbetter Matthew Louis Loftin Edmund Daniel Martin Amanda M. Maxie Lucas Morgan McElwain Allison Brooke Morgan William Darden North Elizabeth Page Rainey Eva Katherine Richardson Laura B. Rigby Joey Kim Sessums Sarah Katherine Shepherd Gregory Turner Simmons Bart Russell Smith Kathleen Patricia Smith Jessica Glen Van Dyke Ralph Brooks Vance Jason William Vassar Megan Haley Wantland Nicholas Shawn Whipple Leanna Hope Whitley Caroline Elizabeth Wicker Katherine Elizabeth Wiltz Ryan A. Yates Pharmacy Rachel L. Camburn Meredith Hegi Amanda C. Legg Amber C. May Loren R. Parham Haley M. Peel May W. Shackelford Amber Smithers Brandi L. South Laura Summerford Donald A. Sweeney Amy R. Waycaster Raymond Young tc tl It Sr. t Student Alumni Council Trey Kitchens The Student Alumni Council ' s mission is to bridge the gap between students and alumni and to promote the positive image of the University of Mississippi and the Ole Miss Alumni Association. 7he Student Alumni Council strives to inform students about the Ole Miss Alumni Association through their activities and programs. The SAC also makes students aware of their potential role as alumni and lelps students build the foundation for their future. President President-Elect Vice-Presdent Internal Vice-President External Treasurer Secretary Advisor David Finnegan Chip Trammell Mindy King Ashlee Reid Jordan Taylor Lillie Flenorl Sheila Dossett Leslie Abide Anna Claire Abraham Nelson Allen Grace Armstrong Jonathan Bagley Lou Ann Balducci Jeffrey Beitler Erika R. Berry Heather Berry Drew Bilbo Justin Boyd Ashley Brantley Cameron Buchanan Heather Burchfield Hunter Carpenter Charles Cascio Ada Cheng Brent Church Michael Coleman Andrea Conover Mary Beth Conway Steven Cox Travis Cratty Whitney-Faith Crisp Melissa Deibler Cassi DuBois Justin Dyre Julie Ely Brittany Foxx Lorna D. Frazier Amy Gibson Ashley Gibson Benjamin Reid Gresham John D Griesedieck Steven Griffin Katy Anna Grisham Madeline Hankins Amanda Harmon Evans Heithaus Erin Johnson Blythe Keenum Chad Kelly Matt Kelly Sterling Kidd Melissa King Hunter Kitchens Jamie Knight Keytric Lane Amanda Lee Caroline Lewis John Martin Emily McCraw Chase McCullum Taylor McCutcheon Sydney L. McGaha Pressley Mcinnis Kitche Jeff McMullan Amanda Miller Meade Miller Jill Mixon Sarah Mokry Claire Morris Hershel Murphy Jr. Mallory Neely Brittany Oliver Mike Pham Lindsey Presley Phillip Ray Abby Reeves Bart Reising Suzanne Rimmer Aaron Rollins Justin Rush Abigail Sample Leigh Ann Smith- Vaniz Ashley Strange Dennis Stuckey Latoya Taylor Rebecca Taylor Sherrod Taylor Chad Thiessen Ansley Tollison Ryan Upshaw Genie Alice Via Doug Ward Jill Waycaster Stephen Whatley Charlie White Jennie White McDaniel Wicker Morgan Wiggers Jennifer Wilks Chase Wynn Organizations 181 Alumni Association photos contributed i The Ole Miss Alumni Association was organized and continues for the purpose of promoting loyalty, affection and understanding between the university and former students. The Department of Alumni Affairs is responsible for arranging Homecoming activities, organizing reunions, sponsoring the Alumni Hall of Fame, publishing the Ole Miss Alumni Review magazine, operating The Inn at Ole Miss hotel, coordinating activities for former athletes through the M-Club Alumni Chapter, coordinating meetings of the local alumni clubs and many more activities. For more information about joining or the activities of the Alumni Association, please call 662-915-7375 or visit them online at www.olemissalumni.com. 2006 Officers Executive Director President President-Elect Vice President Warner Alford, ' 60 - Oxford Bill Renovich, ' 70 - Horn Lake Chance Laws, ' 6 3 - Columbus David McCormick, ' 77 - Pascagoula Athletic Representatives Rose Jackson Flenorl, ' 79 - Cordova, Tenn. Roger Friou, ' 56 - Ridgeland Immediate Past President Jon C. Turner, ' 78 - Jackson Executive Committee John H. Boydstun, Sr., ' 69 - New Orleans, La. Lampkin Butts, ' 73 - Laurel Charles C. Clark, ' 72- Birmingham, Ala. Christopher W. Cola, ' 97 - Houston, Texas Frank O. Crosthwait, Jr., ' 58 - Indianola Brooke Ferris, ' 59 - Laurel Martha D. Kirkley, ' 67 - Columbus William T " Bill " May, ' 79 - Newton Ollie B. Rashid, ' 81 - Beaumont, Texas Robert " Bob " Seibels III, ' 66 - Montgomery, Ala. Senior Associate Director Associate Director Assistant Director Assistant Director Assistant Director for Marketing Assistant Director for Communications Assistant Director for Information Services Alumni Association and Club Coordinator Accountant Manager of The Inn at Ole Miss System Analyst Executive Secretary Office Manager Programs Assistant Administrative Secretary Senior Secretary Senior Secretary Records Supervisor Records Assistant Records Assistant Senior Computer Operator Tim Walsh Clay Cavett Shelia Dossett Candie Simmons Wendy Carmean Jim Urbanek Rusty Woods Scott Thompson Annette Kelly Robert Radice Jessica Bruce Janet Stokes Teresa Littlefield Emily Briggs Jane Harrison Fisher Thelma Mays Pam Shelton Cindy Brown Memrie Lary Martha Dollarhide 1 82 Organizations - " - 2005 Robert J. " Ben " Williams Scholarship recipients: Justin Rush and Kevin McMullen. 2005 Wobble Davidson M-Club Scholarship recipients with Mrs. Wobble (Sarah) Davidson, 2005 President Jon Turner and 2006 President Bill Renovich. 2005 Ole Miss Alumni Association Scholarship recipients with 2005 President Jon Turner and 2006 President Bill Renovich. 2005 Grove Society Scholarship recipient: Jordan Johnson of Birmingham, Ala. Abby McGrew, Eli Manning, Gloria Kellum, Bobby Croswell, Jennifer Croswell, Rachel McPherson, Sue Keiser, Pam Turner, Scott Coopwood, Tim Walsh, Jon C. Turner and Clay Cavett in New York City at the June 2005 Alumni Club Meeting. Former ASB President Nick Lott, Governor Haley Barbour, ASB President Rebecca Bertrand, Alumni President Jon Turner and Pam Turner at the Mississippi Picnic in Central Park. Organizations 1 83 ' □ oKAxJcfiuTV V leooct (Jcvfet The Ole Miss Yearbook Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Student Life Editor Student Life Editorial Assistant Academics Editor Academics Editorial Assistant Distinctions Editor Distinctions Editorial Assistant Organizations Editor Organizations Editorial Assistant People Editor People Editorial Assistant Greeks Editor Greeks Editorial Assistant Athletics Editor Athletics Editorial Assistant Copy Editors Jeremy Roberts Amy Patrick Elizabeth Chapman Catherine Robinson Heather Burchfield Julie Ward Ryan Upshaw Brock Herrington Denaya Butler Barrett Beard Erin Rasberry Melissa King Samantha Porter Tiffany Bouldin Christin Butler Virginia Mclntyre Crystel Cannon Salimeh Shamalv The Daily Mississippian Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Campus News Editor City News Editor Opinion Editor, fall Opinion Editor, spring Sports Editor Arts Life Editor Editorial Assistant News Layout Designer Copy Editors Sheena Barnett Hanah Donegan Brian Doyle Marti Covington Brandon Niemeyer Meghan Blalock Tyler Nelson Lori Simpson Brian Watkins David Thigpen Corey Martin Alexis Lognion Amy Schmidt Johnathan Taylor Genie Alice Via Morgan Weldon NewsWatch Station Manager, fall Station Manager, spring News Director, spring Sports Director Anchcors Weather Anchors Sports Anchors Producers Alicia Bowles Amanda Pannell Brandon Walters Josh Rosa Erin Hawley Chetan Patel Tante Roberts Will East Jonathan Evans Cameron Sweeting Andrea Nelson John Darnell Renee Wells Maggie Brown Chris Green Maria Cummings Jessica Coker Lauren Magli Jonathan Jarrett Shannon Essenpreis Aaron Madson Corey Palmer Keith Woernle Ben Piper Jermaine Jackson Erin Hawley Jennifer Bane Aaron Madson Writers Video Producers Reporters Maggi Brown Meghann Ainsworth Cacera Richmond Jennifer Strength Cameron Sweeting Tante Roberts Chris Arnold Meg Pace John Darnell Amanda Kistler Blanton Box Maria Cummings Gordie Rayford Jonathan Wetzel David Benedict Justin Dawkins Jon Evans John Paul Davis Tommy Joe Martins Maria Cummings Jenny Anderson James Gray Andrea Nelson Sarah Senjem Chetan Patel Kyle Bullock Keith Wilson John Compton Lafaydra Macklin theDMoniine.com Editor Assistant Editor Project Coordinator Marketing Coordinator Community Coordinator DM Content Coordinator Multimedia Coordinator Calendar Coordinator Brandon Ross Jermaine Jackson Josh Rosa Kristen Robinson Jamie Arrexi Emmett McClary Arvinder Kang Blanton Box Rebel Radio 92.1 Station Manager Program Director Music Director Bailey Melton Chris Green Chase Hughes 1 84 Organizations The staffs that work o produce your media Photography Staff Photography Editor Assistant Photography Editor Photographers Matthew Sharpe Darrell Blakely Jenny Anderson J.D. Johnson Brett King Trey Kitchens Lillie Flenorl Suzanne Payette Susie Penman Catherine Robinson Heath Stevens Joseph Warner Creative Team Manger Supervisor Creative Team Members Advertising Staff Sales Team Renate Ferreira Emily Berry Kym Miller Brad Por ter Stephen Rogers Zac Wilson Andrea Buerck Holli Fisher Katie Johnson Bailey Melton Seth Smith Bradley Van Sickle Elan Walker Faculty Staff Director Assistant Director Adversiting Manager Senior Staff Assistant Creative Techinical Supervisor Broadcast Coordinator Broadcast Engineer Production Manager Litographer Newspaper Advisor Office Assistants Dr. Ralph Braseth Traci Mitchell Melaine Wadkins Darcy Davis Peter Geary Ken Boutwell Darrel Jordan Benny Rikard Timothy Davis Marty Russell Amy Patrick Meredith White Charlee Breland Carla Gordon Sara Ward Increasing Wlinority Access to Cjraduate Cducation President Vice President Secretary Assistant Secretary Enrichment Coordinator Internal Publicist External Publicist Newsletter Editor Advisor Kendrick Savage Jennifer Judson Rozerrio Camel Demario Reddick Cortessia Badie Matthew Maury Carlos Maury Kara Ward Rashonda R oach Donald Cole Jacquline Vinson Laura Leachman IMAGE, the primary component for achievement of project goals, will give undergraduates who show potential for graduate study an early exposure to and preparation for scientific study and research. IMAGE incorporates many programs designed to assist and support students through their undergraduate education. The programs will nurture holistic development of IMAGE students and will substantially increase the likely hood of their pursuing a graduate research degree. Joseph Warne Phi Seta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda is a student organization that brings business and education together in a positive working relationship with innovative leadership career development programs. Phi Beta Lambda is the higher education form of Future Business Leaders of America organizations offered in junior high and high schools around the nation. Seta Qamma Sigma Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor so ciety serving business programs accredited by the Associate to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in an undergraduate, master ' s or doctoral program. Beta Gamma Sigma is an invitation-only organization where invitations go out only to a top percentage of junior, senior and graduate students. 186 Organizations Air -force ROTC The Ole Miss Air Force ROTC, Detachment 430, program has a long history of tradition and honor that dates back to 1950. Together, the Air Force and the University of Mississippi offer an outstanding leadership and academic program meeting the ROTC mission to recruit, train, motivate, educate and commission outstanding officer ' s into the United States Air Force. Detachment 430 ' s mission is to transform college students into disciplined and dedicated officers who possess initiative, can handle stress, and are equipped to be successful in our great Air Force. At the conclusion of the 2005-2006 school year, The Ole Miss Air Force ROTC program will have commissioned four more students as Second Lieutenants into the United States Air Force. Commander Lieutenant Colonel Kevin R. Petesch Commandant of Cadets Major Russell C. Melvin Unit Admission Officer 1st Lieutenant Freddie D. Stewart NCOIC, Detachment 430 Master Sergeant William J. " Bull " Robinson NCOIC, Information Management Staff Sergeant Nica C. Smith Senior Secretary Ms. Elaine Little James Barnett Sarah Bennett Christopher Bryan George Cibulas Reyna DeHenre Doug Dinkins Tony Gole Joshua Haskins Elton Herrick Brian Hobbs Christopher Hylander Christopher Johnston Seth Keshel Joshua Locke Cody Matrana Kyle McElhaney Andrew Medore David Nelson Fenesha Pippins Stephen Pruitt Dustin Rider Jeremiah Sloan Jonathan Taylor Shanna Tubb Kearney Walters Tory Wilson Joshua Young Cadets marching in the Grove. Contributed OftOOO UAtallVG oNjlA jlor Guard at a Soccer Gar ( nniributed Organizations 187 T Trey Kitchens 7he 4inancier ' s Club The Financier ' s Club is an organization for students who are majoring in Banking and Finance and or Managerial Finance. The club is sponsored by the Mississippi Banker ' s Association Chair of Banking. Meetings are designed to emphasize banking and allow members to meet bank executives, employees and regulators from all parts of the country. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Brian Hey Ross Hurst Chameka Watson Ben Williamson Jospeh Warner Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi was founded at New York University in 1904. Today, it is among the 20 largest national college fraternities with over 170,000 members. Many are successful business executives. The organization focuses on brotherhood, leadership and the professional development of its members. Members gain first-hand experience in organization, administration, management, leadership, training and willingness to assume responsibility. Through strong relationships with the business community, Alpha Kappa Psi is a powerful addition to any resume. Student lours and Recruitment S.T.A.R. is an integral component of the office of Student Housing and Residence Life. The S.T.A.R. program is quite similar to the Ambassador program operated by the Office of Admissions; however, instead of giving tons of information and tours all over campus, S.T.A.R. is designed strictly for student housing tours. There is one male and one female S.T.A.R. per tour who shows their own room and gives a tour of either an all-male residence hall or an all female residence hall. S.T.A.R. volunteers give their time for at least one tour session each week plus one " on-call " session. Ken Dennis Robert Doggett Charlene Bauman Whitney Tarpy Tiffany Dunn Katie Peterson Brian Jones Terrance Davidson Sunny Eicholtz Gerrilyn Petty Megan McDaniel Claudia Still Whitney Tarpy Brie Aamodt Adam Clem Heath Stevens Brad Bennett Tiffany Dunn Kellee Usher LaToya McKinney Bridget Mills Carley Christie Jeremy Roberts Brian Jones gives a tour of Stockard Hall to prosepective Ole Miss students as a member of the S.T.A.R. organization. 188 Organizations — Sigma Alpha Iota An international fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota is one of the oldest women ' s music fraternities in the country. The purposes are to promote an interest in music and foster social contacts between those interested. President Vice President of Membership Vice President of Ritual Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Editor Sergeant-at-Arms Becky Thompson Lauren Cunn Allison Haggard Lindsey Davis Jenna Gardner Heather Goggins Becca Shudak Tracey Stokes Jospeh Warner American Society of Civil Engineers The Ole Miss American Society of Civil Engineers, ASCE, was founded in 1923. The goal of the chapter is to prepare civil engineering students for their involvement in the profession of civil engineering. The student chapter participates in the ASCE Southeast Regional competition against other regional ASCE student chapters. ospeh Warner President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Robert Otts Derrick Kendrick Robbie Gooch Jessica Mason The Qender Studi Organization Jospeh Warner The Gender Studies Organization is a new student-led organization that seeks to endow members of the Ole Miss student body, local community, and national populace with an understanding of gender studies and how isuses concerning gender directly and indirectly affect the development of society. President Bethany Conner The Society for Human Resource Management The Society for Human Resource Management is the world ' s largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 175,000 individual members, the societys 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 resouce profession to ensure it 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. Organizations 189 Renate Ferreira Supervisor Manager Creative Production Trey Kitchens Renate Ferreira, originally from Bloemfontein, South Africa and living in Oxford for the past seven years, is in the journalism masters program. While working with the creative aspects of the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center, one can find her listening to Deff Leopard. On Sunday nights, the one place you would find her is in front of her television watching " Grey ' s Anatomy, " while winding down from a long week, and ready to start a new one on Monday. She views Melanie Wadkins, advertising manager for the SMC, as the most influential person she works with. " She is passionate about her work... and she loves her cats like they ' re her children (ha-ha), " Ferreira said. She is at the SMC to gain work experience that will hopefully help her obtain a job working for a magazine in either layout or design advertising. When asked what colors describe herself, Ferreria said either Earth tones or maybe black. " It depends on the mood I ' m in or the day of the week, " Ferreria said. SMC V V ICUAGuOtGhO 3 new students added to the mix of " media madness. " Amanda Elizabeth Pannell Station Manager NewsWatch, spring semester Joseph Warner Amanda Pannell is a senior broadcast journalism major and political science minor from Ripley. When not producing or directing a nightly newscast, one could find her watching " CNN Headline News, " " Family Guy, " " Saturday Night Life, " " the Real World " or anything on HBO. During times of stress and after work, Pannell tends to listen to Gavin Degraw. She is at the SMC because she feels that she has " the opportunity to do what I love and work with my fellow classmates - pursuing my passion! " With this opportunity, Pannell plans to obtain a job on the production side of broadcasting or maybe even joining the Peace Corps. Alicia Bowles, former station manger, has been the most influential person that has helped her thus far within the Student Media Center. " When I first tried to work in Student Media, it was hard to get in. She offered me a position as a producer and gave me the chance to learn every aspect of television, " Pannell said. 1 90 Organizations - Brandon Scott Ross Editor tbeDMonline, spring semester Trev Kitchens Brandon Ross, a senior journalism student, is from Hurley. " Where is Hurley? " Everyone wants to know. Don ' t worry. It doesn ' t matter. When he is not at the SMC, you can usually find him at Uptown Coffee, Ajax Diner or sleeping at home. Whatever he is doing, he is probably listening to Randy Travis. Ross attends Oxford-University United Methodist Church every Sunday with his two cats, Tigger and Briskette. His favorite movie is " Scent of a Woman, " and his favorite TV show was " Ed, " before it was brutally and needlessly cancelled, he said. Those who know him best might describe Ross as " detached, " " retarded " or " violently unpredictable. " Ross credits God, family and friends with keeping him anchored. He also wishes to thank thedmonline.com staff. " I have never had the opportunity to work with such a talented, energetic, and fun group of people. I ' m lucky to count each of you as a friend. " He also wishes to extend sincere credit to Ralph Braseth, SMC Director. " Ralph has been a mentor, counselor, and most importantly, a friend. Thanks, Sucko. " His number one pet peeve is incompetent people, in any form. That, and cleaning the cats ' litter box. Organizations written by Jeremy Roberts Many students at Ole Miss find getting involved within the 200 organizations quite easy. This proves to be another way that students find education outside of the classroom with many opportunities to mature and grow socially. Many find that their involvement in these organizations are different than those they were involved in during high school years. The responsibility is solely up to the individual and show a reflection upon themselves as they enter into nine different categories: faculty and staff, professional, student government, honorary, international, recreational, religious, special interest and fraternity and sorority. Students are also able to form their own organization that reflect their interests or goals, which is done through five steps outlined by the Dean of Students Office: find an area of interest, see if there is any interest with other students around campus, get focus of what purpose the organization is going to serve and how goals are going to be accomplished and create a constitution. After these steps, they must contact the Dean of Students Office and submit new organization request form online and submit a constitution and members list to the Dean of Students Office in room 422 Union or by attaching a copy to the online registration form. The two main privileges that a recognized student organization has are the abilities to get money from the university and to reserve on-campus rooms. The Associated Student Body (the Executive Officers, Cabinet, Senate and Judicial Council), the Student Leaders ' Council, Student Programming Board and Residence Hall Association are the student government organizations that are included within this section. Lambda Sigma, Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi and Order of Omega are four of the honorary organizations that are included within these pages. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps., American Marketing Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, Army Reserve Officer Training Corps., Association for Information Technology Professionals, Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps., Insurance and Risk Management, the Society for Human Resource Management, the National Association of Black Journalists, Rho Epsilon, Chief Emissary Officers, Financier ' s Club, and the Society for the Advancement of Management are many of the professional organizations that are highlighted in this section. All of the fraternities and sororities are listed within the pages of the Greeks section of this year ' s The Ole Miss 2006. Special interest groups within the section include the Black Student Union, College Republicans, the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center, the Gay Straight Alliance, Ole Miss Ambassadors, Omega Phi Alpha, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Sigma Alpha Iota, the Student Alumni Council, and the university ' s marching band, " The Pride of the South. " There are many more organizations on our campus that cover and involve one aspect to another. Students are never left in the dark when trying to find where they belong. GET INVOLVED. Organizations 191 -kson, takes her pictures in the Studerl iring the People Picture RetalcH I 1 J3 k j 69 m 1999 frG Ol Vl wGH t " ■I m c Of M H H I! -amain T U !AU frO G lAU ft,0 X XU;ClTG 0 PEOPLE V r Uciaocc Ku ta " " oocdonloJu Aooi3KU T Abadie - Ainsworth Abadie, Miriam - Junior Abernathy, Andrew - Sophomore Abide, Leslie - Senior Ablanedo, Jose - Grad Abies, Rachel - Senior Abraham, Annaclaire - Sophomore Abraham, Michael - Senior Abram, Christie - Freshman Abram, Erma - Senior Abramson, Sara - Sophomore Abualhaol, Ibrahim - Grad Adah, Ameze - Junior Adams, Cassandra - Junior Adams, Ebony - Freshman Adams, Fara - Senior Adams, Jeannie - Junior Adams, Kara - Sophomore Adams, Misty - Grad Adams, Wells - Senior Adams, William - Freshman Addison, Luke - Junior Adkins, Suzanne - Junior Agent, Austin - Freshman Agnew, Walker - Freshman Aiello, Allie - Freshman Aiken, Molly - Freshman Aikens, Aretha - Senior Aills, Brittany - Senior Ainsworth, Luke - Freshman Ainsworth, Meghann - Sophomore 1 94 People Akay - Anderson Akay, Onur - Grad Akay, Umran - Grad Akins, Chris - Junior Al Zoubi, Asem - Grad Alabi, Adebanjo - Junior Albarracin, Christian - Junior Aldredge, Courtney - Senior Aldridge, Allison - Sophomore Aldridge, Emily - Sophomore Alexander, Jake - Senior Alford, Ashley - Sophomore Alizadegan, Hannah - Freshman Allen, Brian - Freshman Allen, Gregory - Senior Allen, Kienan - Junior Allen, Meredith - Freshman Allen, Nelson - Sophomore Allen, Rachel - Junior Allen, Whitney - Junior Aim, David - Freshman Alsbrook, Troy - Senior Alsharkawy, Mohamed - Grad Alsherri, Najat - Freshman AKvard, David - Junior Anazia, Kevin - Freshman Anderson, Andrew - Senior Anderson, James - Junior Anderson, Jenny - Senior Anderson, Kaley - Sophomore Anderson, Kristin - Senior People 195 Andrews - Bailey Andrews, Amber - Sophomore Andrews, Ashley - Senior Anglin, Renae - Senior Antar, Jennifer - Freshman Applon, Barbara - Senior Archer, Kate - Sophomore Archie, Anteeatta - Sophomore Arentson, Kari - Junior Argote, Kate - Senior Armendinge, Drew - Junior Armstrong, Crystal - Sophomore Armstrong, Grace - Junior Arnlod, Lindsey - Senior Arnold, Angela - Junior Arnow, Paul - Junior Arrexi, Jamie - Junior Arther, Cornelius - Sophomore Arther, Trashienda - Junior Asemota, Gavin - Freshman Ash, Taylor - Senior Ashmore, Bryan - Senior Ashmore, Raymond - Sophomore Askew, Anna - Junior Ayers, Jessica - Junior Badie, Cortessia - Junior Baggett, Ryan - Junior Bagley, Johnathan - Senior Bailess, Becca - Junior Bailey, Kamesha - Junior Bailey, Matt - Senior 1 96 People I Bailey - Barrett Bailey, Meredith - Junior Bailey, Shellie - Freshman Balducci, Louann - Senior Ball, George - Freshman Ball, Sara Martin - Senior Ball, Sarah - Sophomore Ballow, Sarah Beth - Senior Balthazar, Kristin - Senior Banahan, Abby - Freshman Bandy, Melissa - Senior Bane, Jennifer - Senior Barber, Sabrina - Junior Barfitt, Laurie - Grad Barham, Patrick - Senior Barkley, Corrie - Senior Barksdale, Lana - Senior Barley, Matt - Freshman Barlow, Angela - Freshman Barlow, Christopher Brian - Freshman Barmer, Angie - Junior Barnes, Christian - Freshman Barnes, Jonathan - Grad Barnes, Ryan - Junior Barnes, Stephanie - Senior Barnes, Yamika - Senior Barnett, John - Junior Barnett, Sheena - Senior Barney, Jccee - Junior Barnhart, Erin - Freshman Barrett, Mary Ann - Junior People 1 97 Barry - Berry Barry, Kathryn - Junior Bartlett, Mary - Freshman Basak, Ramsankar - Grad Bateman, Kathryn - Senior Battu, Sunilkumar - Grad Baumann, Charlene - Junior Beacham, Audrey - Senior Beal, Kristen - Sophomore Bean, Detrice - Freshman Bean, Teilichia - Freshman Beard, Barrett - Freshman Beard, Marcus - Freshman Beard, Myra - Senior Beardsley, Jennifer - Junior Beasley, Jenni - Freshman Beattie, Lauren - Freshman Becknell, John - Freshman Beene, Alex - Freshman Beitler, Jeffrey - Sophomore Bell, Allison - Sophomore Bell, Georgia - Junior Bell, Kellie - Senior Bennett, Amanda - Junior Bennett, Reginald - Senior Benson, Alanna - Senior Benson, Deborah - Sophomore Benson, Reggie - Freshman Benvenutti, Ben - Junior Bernardini, Emily - Senior Berry, Erika - Sophomore 198 People Berry - Bojuwon Berry, Heather - Sophomore Berry, Lee - Grad Bertrand, Rebecca - Senior Bethea, Lindsay - Freshman Betts, Yashida - Senior Bhat, Pradeep - Grad Bi, Sheng - Grad Bibbs, Tiffany - Sophomore Bilbo, Elizabeth - Junior Binder, Pete - Freshman Bingham, Elyse - Senior Black, Andrea - Senior Black, Beth - Senior Black, Charles - Senior Black, Elizabeth - Junior Black, Katese - Freshman Black, Meghan - Freshman Blackledge, Joshua - Senior Blackledge, Laura - Freshman Blackledge, Stacy - Senior Blackmond, Yakira - Junior Blair, Brittany - Junior Blair, Jeannie - Sophomore Blaize, Biodun - Freshman Bland, Cristen - Senior Blevins, Timothy - Junior Blocker, Chris - Junior Blount, Emily - Senior Boddie, Terri - Senior Bojuwon, Hawau - Freshman People 1 99 Bojuwon - Brantley Bojuwon, Lukman - Junior Boler, Patrick - Junior Boler, Terrell - Junior Boleware, Katie - Junior Boleware, Michael - Senior Booker, Robert - Senior Boone, Philip - Senior Boothe, Marlena - Senior Boozer, Amanda - Junior Bordelon, James - Freshman Bouldin, Tiffany - Sophomore Bounds, Joseph - Sophomore Bowden, Ellen - Freshman Bowen, Collin - Senior Bowles, Alicia - Senior Boyd, Amanda - Sophomore Boyd, Iris - Senior Boyd, Justin - Freshman Boyd, Quinlan - Freshman Boyd, Randle - Junior Boykin, Reynolds - Freshman Brabec, Claire - Junior Bracey, Demetria - Senior Bradley, Morgan - Sophomore Bradley, Natalie - Senior Braham, Jamelle - Sophomore Brand, Jana - Sophomore Brannon, Brandon - Junior Brannon, Kimberly - Freshman Brantley, Ashley - Junior 200 Peopk Braun - Brown M » « ' v .- - m r j| jh — s up € V - •. i jit 1 u a — i Braun, Lauren - Freshman Brawner, Jill - Senior Breaux, Kim - Junior Breland, Camille - Senior Breland, Charlee - Sophomore Breland, David - Junior Breland, Mark - Junior Brent, Holly - Sophomore Brents, Melissa - Junior Brewer, Dillon - Sophomore Brickey, Karen - Senior Bridges, Beth - Freshman Brier, Turner - Freshman Brinson, Jenna - Sophomore Brinson, Judy - Freshman Briscoe, Adams - Freshman Brister, Karinlee - Senior Britt, Candace - Senior Brookings, Michael - Sophomore Brooks, Delanie - Junior Brooks, Kristin - Junior Brookshire, Carter - Sophomore Broome, Brandi - Sophomore Brown, Amanda - Sophomore Brown, Brandon - Junior Brown, Cannon - Junior Brown, Jan - Senior Brown, Joey - Freshman Brown, Josh - Sophomore Brown, Katie - Junior People 201 Brown - Burton Brown, Kyle - Freshman Brown, Lindsey - Senior Brown, Maggie - Freshman Brown, Martin - Sophomore Brown, Melissa - Junior Brown, Russ - Junior Brown, Sarah - Junior Brown, Zachary - Junior Bruno, Adrienne - Senior Brunson, Brook - Sophomore Brush, Jordan - Junior Bryan, Shaun - Senior Bryant, Julia - Junior Bryant, Will - Freshman Budslick, Sara - Sophomore Buffington, Nicole - Freshman Buford, Katie - Freshman Bui, John - Sophomore Bullard, Austin - Junior Bullock, Kyle - Junior Buntin, Elaine - Freshman Burchfield, Heather - Junior Buresh, Michael - Freshman Burke, Derek - Senior Burkhead, Lakeshia - Sophomore Burleson, Constance - Senior Burns, Michelle - Grad Burt, Duane - Grad Burt, Travis - Sophomore Burton, Holly - Sophomore 202 People Burton - Cannon -k Burton, Nicole - Freshman Burwell, Joshua - Sophomore Butler, Anginita - Junior Butler, Brett - Sophomore Butler, Christin - Junior Butler, Denaya - Senior Butler, Joy - Senior Butler, Leona - Freshman Butler, Leona - Sophomore Butler, Sara Shari - lunior Byers, Brittany - Freshman Bynum, Luke - Junior Bynum, Sarah - Senior Byrd, David - Sophomore Cagle, Lindsey - Senior Cain, Brandon - Senior Caines, Christina - Junior Calcote, Daniel - Sophomore Call, Rosemary - Freshman Calmes, Carmen - Junior Calvert, Amy - Junior Calvin, Michael - Senior Camburn, Rachel - Senior Camp, Jennifer - Senior Campassi, Claire - Sophomore Campbell, Martha - Freshman Cannada, Katie - Senior Cannon, Aspen - Senior Cannon, Crystel - Senior Cannon, Lauren - Freshman People 203 Canon - Chapman Canon, Ryan - Senior Carey, Caitlin - Senior Carmichael, Brookley - Senior Carnahan, Kate - Freshman Carouthers, Demario - Freshman Carr, Byron - Junior Carr, Louis - Senior Carroll, Allen - Freshman Carroll, Kimberly - Senior Carter, Aubrey - Junior Carter, Mariel - Sophomore Carter, Vanessa - Junior Cascio, Charles - Sophomore Casey, Katie - Sophomore Caskey, Curtis - Senior Catron, Ashley - Senior Caviness, Bryan - Senior Certion, Erica - Senior Chalmers, Lakendra - Sophomore Chambers, Elizabeth - Senior Chambers, Emily - Freshman Chambliss, Alvenia - Senior Chambliss, Matthew - Sophomore Champion, Chris - Senior Chancellor, Justin - Senior Chandler, Erica - Freshman Chandler, Mae - Sophomore Chandler, Sarah - Senior Chandler, Shannon - Junior Chapman, Amberly - Junior 204 Peopk A 1 f T? | 1 • Si fi HP r- " ■ ' ■ T R mm goos Chap man Clark Chapman, Brittany - Freshman Chapman, Elizabeth - Senior Chapman, Robert - Junior Chapman, Shekenna - Junior Chaudhary, Amit - Grad Chaudhary, Nishchal - Grad Cheboyina, Sreekhar - Grad Cheek, Hollee - Senior Chen, Yi - Junior Chennamadhavuni, Spandan Grad Childers, Dustin - Senior Childers, Jennifer - Senior Childress, Katie - Sophomore Chitwood, Jordan - Senior Choong, Aikmin - Grad Christian, Heidi - Junior Christie, Carley - Sophomore Church, Ashley - Freshman Church, Brent - Junior Cialone, Laura - Freshman Cibulas, George - Freshman Clanton, Hollie - Freshman Clark, Brian - Senior Clark, Christopher - Freshman Clark, Erica - Junior Clark, Jonathan - Sophomore Clark, Kayla - Freshman Clark, Lauren - Sophomore Clark, Meki - Senior Clark, Paula - Grad People 205 the language Lauren Brown, a graduate student of speech-language pathology, and graduate assistant of the Ole Miss audiology clinic, is breaking the barriers ; as a medium for the hearing impaired. Through si language she is able to touch the lives of people in a way that most of us never could. 206 People Jenny Anderson What does language mean to you? Language means a great deal to me because I know the importance of being able to effectively communicate with others. Through my work as a speech-language pathologist, I will be able to help individuals with language impairments to more effectively communicate their wants and needs. It excites me to know that I can help people improve their language and communication skills, which are key factors in living a quality life. How does campus diversity influence you? I have always appreciated differences in people, and the diversity here has made it easy to reach out to everyone. Part of the educational process is realizing that people have different backgrounds and ways of thinking. It makes you appreciate people for who they are Jenny Anderson " While in Paris, the language barrier really made me appreciate the importance of effective communication. " the Oxford square. Ripley is the home of Colonel William Faulkner, who is the great grandfather of the novelist, William Faulkner. Many of the ladies in Ripley hold closely to southern traditions with garden I believe that coming from a diverse club luncheons, afternoon bridge, campus will be beneficial in my first job, because I will be better able to adapt to my clients ' different needs. What ' s the best " catch phrase? " One of my all time favorite catch phrases is ' ...and all that jazz. ' What makes you stand out from the student body? I truly never meet a stranger. I always have a smile on my face and I try to speak to every person I see whether I know them or not. This is a way that I can make other people ' s day a little brighter. What is interesting about your hometown? In my small, southern hometown of Ripley, Miss., there are many things that stand out including some of the most unique people I have ever met. We also have historic homes and a square that is very similar to and make some of the best southern cooking that you can find. Ripley men have Rotary club meetings and go to the old-fashioned barbershop to discuss the latest news. My town is also the home of First Monday, which is the oldest, continuously running, outdoor flea market in the United States. What are your plans for life after Ole Miss? I will graduate in May 2007 with a Master ' s Degree in speech-language pathology. When I start my career, I would love to work with schools and nursing homes, because I love working with pediatric and geriatric populations. What at Ole Miss has changed you? I truly believe that Ole Miss is one of the best schools in my field. My teachers and supervisors have challenged me and shown me just what I am capable of doing. I feel very prepared for my career. The Oxford Church of Christ has also been a part of my growing experience here. The wonderful people there have shown me how to use professional talents to serve God. If you could trade places with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why? I wouldn ' t want to trade places with anyone, because God created me the way I am. I can ' t wait to see what exciting things He has for me to experience in the future. However, if I could trade places with someone for a day, it would definitely be a Broadway star, because I have a passion for dancing and performing. What is the most interesting thing you have ever seen or done? The most interesting thing I have ever done is travel abroad. I have traveled to France, England and Scotland. I love European culture and dialects. Traveling has allowed me to have many new experiences and expand my horizons. While in Paris, the language barrier really made me appreciate the importance of effective communication. It provided me with a glimpse of the limitations that my clients face every day. What do you think is the most intriguing language? The language that most intrigues me is American Sign Language, because you use your whole self to communicate. It is very fun to learn sign language to songs that I like and be able to add dance to them as well. I am able to combine two of my passions, which are dance and communication. • People 207 Clark - Comer Clark, Sarah - Freshman Clarke, Chris - Junior Clay, Glenn - Senior Clayton, Carley - Sophomore Clem, Adam - Freshman Clements, Erin - Senior Clements, Lindsey - Sophomore Clore, Katie - Freshman Cobb, Zack - Junior Cobbert, Matthew - Sophomore Cofer, Anne - Junior Coggins, Heather - Junior Cohran, Anthony - Senior Coker, Jessica - Senior Colagiovanni, Dana - Junior Cole, Ashlee - Junior Cole, Chris - Senior Cole, Jasmine - Sophomore Cole, Kathryn - Senior Cole, Mariah - Sophomore Cole, Stephen - Junior Coleman, Latoya - Senior Coleman, Meg - Junior Coleman, Michael - Sophomore Coleman, Nia - Senior Collins, Anna - Junior Collins, Ashley - Junior Collins, Michael - Senior Coin, Patrick - Senior Comer, Carra - Sophomore 208 People Conchos - Crawford Conchos, Lisa - Freshman Conerly, Seth - Freshman Conner, Bethany - Senior Conway, Mary - Junior Cook, Brandon - Sophomore Cook, Jenny - Grad Cook, Leslie - Senior Cook, Nicole - Senior Cooper, Christian - Senior Cooper, Kyle - Junior Cooper, Liza - Junior Cooper, Ruth Ann - Freshman Cope, Palmer - Senior Copeland, Kari - Junior Corley, Paul - Sophomore Cosey, Lashune - Freshman Cotton, Norie - Sophomore Cottrell, Carroll - Senior Cotwright, Carla - Grad Courtney, Megan - Sophomore Cowgill, Jason - Senior Cox, Cheryl - Freshman Cox, John - Sophomore Cox, Rodger - Sophomore Crabtree, Bethany - Freshman Crabtree, Sarah - Junior Craig, Camp - Senior Craig, Jordan - Sophomore Crawford, Brittany - Senior Crawford, Hilary - Senior People 209 Crawford - Davis ' i Crawford, Terri - Sophomore Crews, Patrick - Freshman Crocker, Rachel - Senior Crosby, Katie - Sophomore Cross, Lydia - Freshman Crouch, Robert - Senior Crum, Dustin - Senior Crum, Heather - Junior Cruse, Blake - Senior Crutcher, Skye - Sophomore Cummings, Maria - Senior Cunningham, Kate - Freshman Cunningham, Michael - Freshman Curry, Alicia - Junior Curtis, Joel - Sophomore Curtis, Susan - Senior Cutrer, Grady - Sophomore Czeschin, Ashley - Freshman Dalby, Kathryn - Freshman Daniel, Felicia - Senior Daniels, Craig - Sophomore Dares, Jene - Junior Darrow, Kerri - Senior Davidson, Brittany - Freshman Davis, Caroline - Senior Davis, Constance - Sophomore Davis, Craig - Sophomore Davis, Erica - Junior Davis, John Paul - Junior Davis, Lindsay - Senior JJfa HjHMfc 1 1 Hfl ji Bfll 210 People Davis - Dixon Davis, Mary Jane - Sophomore Davis, Sandy - Senior Davis, Sharon Ann - Senior Davis, Tara - Freshman Davis, Yvonne - Freshman Dawson, Drew - Sophomore Dean, Phillip - Freshman Deberry, Tiffany - Freshman Dehaven, Amy - Senior Dehenre, Reyna - Sophomore Deibler, Melissa - Junior Delobel, Delphine - Senior Denham, Whitney - Freshman Denley, Aramy - Junior Denney, William - Freshman Denning, Linda - Senior Denson, Preston - Senior Derivaux, Rob - Freshman Derrick, Allison - Junior Desai, Jeegna - Sophomore Deweese, Lindsey - Senior Dickerson, Dusty - Junior Dickerson, Hunter -Junior Dickson, Mary - Junior Dillingham, Elise - Freshman Diltz, Christopher - Grad Dilworth, Cat - Junior Dix, Ashely - Freshman Dixon, Laura - Senior Dixon, Priscilla - Sophomore People 211 Doe - Dwivedi Doe, Weldon - Junior Dogan, Patrick - Sophomore Dollar, Jessica - Freshman Donegan, Hannah - Senior Doolittle, Kimberly - Senior Dosooye, Sarvesh - Junior Doss, Jessica - Senior Doss, Rosemarie - Senior Dotson, Alana - Senior Doty, Laura - Sophomore Doucett, Lindsay - Freshman Downing, Stephen - Senior Downs, Jordan - Sophomore Doyle, Bryan - Junior Doyle, Stuart - Junior Droke, Emily - Senior Drummond, Will - Senior Dubois, Cassi - Sophomore Ducker, Bobbie - Senior Ducking, Johnny - Grad Duddleston, Jennifer - Senior Duke, Robert - Sophomore Dulaney, Lauren - Sophomore Dunn, Meyasha - Junior Dunn, Tiffany - Sophomore Dunnigan, Jeffrey - Junior Dunning, Mary Hannah - Freshman Dupuy, Peter - Sophomore Duren, Janita - Freshman Dwivedi, Himanshu - Grad 4 m pr c ■■ ►, A!art « " " ■ w 1 11 ' 1 212 People Dye - Elsherbeni M ■ l i A i! " ■•- H J I Dye, Caroline - Senior Dyess, Brian - Freshman Dyre, Justin - Sophomore Karl, Chris - Senior Earnheart, Kelle - Junior Eason, Abbie - Junior Easton, Aaron - Senior Echiburu, Ana Maria - Senior Echoles, Krystal - Junior Echols, Princeton - Freshman Edmonds, Addison - Freshman Edwards, Andrew - Sophomore Edwards, Evelyn - Freshman Edwards, Janay - Freshman Edwards, Jordan - Junior Edwards, Kristina - Freshman Edwards, Shuwnda - Senior Edwards, Stephenee - Senior Edwards, Telesia - Senior Eftink, Jan - Sophomore Eidt, Matthew - Senior Eley, Carolyn - Junior Elkins, Amber - Grad Ellenburg, Lindsey - Junior Elliott, Ashley - Junior Ellis, Heather - Junior Ellison, Corey - Freshman Ellmer, Susan - Junior Elsherbeni, Dalia - Grad Elsherbeni, Donia - Freshman People 213 Ely - Ferree Ely, Julie - Junior Emmons, Brooke - Senior Erve, Kerwin - Senior Eshrah, Islam - Grad Essenpreis, Shannon - Sophomore Etheridge, Lindsey - Junior Evans, Erick - Sophomore Evans, Jonathan - Sophomore Evans, Justin - Sophomore Evans, Kellie - Freshman Evans, Laquindolyn - Junior Evans, Lee - Junior Evans, Summer - Senior Ewell, Nathan - Grad Ezell, Adrienne - Senior Fair, Jamie - Junior Fair, Lauren - Junior Fair, Laushelle - Junior Fairbanks, Haley - Grad Faries, Eric - Senior Farrell, Derek - Junior Farris, Katherine - Sophomore Farris, Tasha - Senior Fassero, Lauren - Freshman Fears, Neidre - Grad Feldman, Drew - Junior Felton, Dalindra - Sophomore Fennell, William - Sophomore Ferguson, Shelly - Junior Ferree, Ashley - Junior OLtMYSS 214 People Ferreira - Fong Ferreira, Renate - Grad Ferrell, Alexis - Senior Ferrell, Jacob - Sophomore Ferrell, Sam - Sophomore Fields, Keona - Sophomore Figueroa, Marisabel - Junior Filbin, Catherine - Freshman Filippi, Michael - Junior Finimore, Robin - Junior Finlen, Hillary - Freshman Fisher, Tony - Sophomore Fitch, Shanisha - Sophomore Fitzpatrick, Chara - Junior Fitzpatrick, Evelyn - Senior Flanagan, Mary Parker - Senior Fleming, J.c. - Sophomore Fleming, Joshua - Senior Flenorl, Lillie - Sophomore Fletcher, Milton - Sophomore Flovd, Darneice - Freshman Floyd, Elizabeth - Freshman Floyd, Erin - Junior Floyd, Lauren - Senior Flynn, Ryan - Senior Flynt, John - Senior Fogerty, Austin - Freshman Foil, Catherine - Junior Fokina, Ekaterina - Sophomore Fondren. Mary Kathryn - Sophomore Fong, Kyle - Freshman People 215 Fontenot - Gardner Fontenot, Sarah - Senior Foose, Curran - Senior Forbes, Eloise - Senior Forester, Davidson - Junior Forney, Daniel - Freshman Fortune, Josh - Senior Foster, Brook - Senior Foster, Rebecca - Freshman Fowler, Lindsey - Junior Fowler, Patricia - Senior Franklin, Karen - Senior Franks, Robert - Sophomore Frazier, Lorna - Junior Freeman, Lauren - Junior Frihi, Mohamed - Grad Fry, Jillien - Sophomore Fry, Trey - Senior Fullerton, Jeremiah - Junior Furr, Abby - Senior Furr, Analee - Junior Gadd, Stefanie - Senior Gadd, Whitney - Freshman Gafford, Alex - Junior Gainer, Hilary - Senior Galloway, Shyra - Junior Galway, Laura Anne - Freshman Gandy, Cade - Senior Gardner, Carolyn - Junior Gardner, Dee - Sophomore Gardner, Marquita - Junior 216 People Garner - Glover-Rogers 1 Garner, Allison - Freshman Garner, Angela - Sophomore Garner, Kate - Senior Garren, Jane Claire - Freshman Garrett, Rachael - Sophomore Garrett, Sarah - Freshman Gates, Kristie - Senior Gatewood, Bettinica - Junior Gatlin, Anna - Junior Gauthier, Monet - Freshman Gayden, Jamese - Junior Gent, Kristen - Senior Gerzsenye, Tammy - Junior Gibson, Ashley - Junior Gibson, Chip - Junior Gibson, Claire - Senior Gilbert, Christi - Senior Gilbert, Lateffa - Freshman Gilchrist, Harrison - Sophomore Gilham, Kaitlin - Freshman Gill, Jessica - Junior Gill, Ryan - Freshman Givens, Julia - Senior Givens, Kara - Senior Givens, Thomas - Freshman Glasco, Matt - Sophomore Glass, Angela - Grad Glass, Holly - Senior Glass, Matthew - Grad Glover Rogers, Mary Cile - Junior People 217 ' if Godfrey - Griffin Godfrey, Gaylan - Freshman Goldsmith, Kristen - Sophomore Gole, Tony - Sophomore Gonzalez, Beka - Senior Goodwin, Amanda - Senior Goolsby, Astria - Senior Gotthelf, Denis - Sophomore Gould, Samantha - Junior Gould, Sean - Junior Gowan, Sara - Senior Grady, Kimberly - Senior Graham, Knox - Freshman Grant, Jalarna - Senior Grantham, Priscilla - Senior Graves, John - Senior Gray, Angela - Junior Gray, Hunter - Senior Green, Andrea - Sophomore Green, Ashley - Senior Green, Quenzella - Freshman Green, Tracie - Junior Greene, Douglas - Freshman Greening, Tyler - Sophomore Greer, John - Freshman Greer, Smith - Senior Gremillion, Morgan - Senior Gressett, William - Senior Griffin, Jake - Senior Griffin, Ralanda -Junior Griffin, Steven - Senior 218 People Griffin - Han kins i T § il r bL w - J ) H ' Griffin, Veronica - Junior Grillis, Chris - Senior Grillis, Kenneth - Senior Guerieri, Trey - Junior Guerra, Jynette - Junior Guess, Branch - Sophomore Guinn, Martha - Sophomore Gunn, Trey - Junior Gunter, Ashley - Senior Gunter, Austyn - Freshman Guyton, Zephaniah - Sophomore Hadley, Chalitha - Junior Haggard, Allison - Junior Hailey, Anna Marie - Junior Hailey, David - Senior Haines, Laura - Freshman Hale, Ginny - Senior Halford, Erin - Freshman Hall, Holly - Junior Hall, Jennifer - Sophomore Hall, Kate - Freshman Hall, Lacey - Sophomore Hall, Monica - Junior Hall, Shane - Junior Hall, Susan - Senior Hall, Tyler - Sophomore Hamby, Blair - Senior Hamil, Nathan - Sophomore Hampton, Alexis - Sophomore Hankins, Madeline - Junior People 2 1 9 1 r kjjfflfflH ' - ' . y B i «e E ' B 1 i 1 wF H B I- I K ;,: 5!jjH i ■ S I ■ f$3 f |||fi l H I " B 9HH rr™ I the uage rsity Kumar Gaurav, a student from northern India is adapting to the atmosphere and diversity of life at Ole Miss and is embracing the differences in language, background, and culture. Through his tenure as president of the International Student Organization, he is learning that diversity is the flavor of life. 220 People Joseph Warner What does language mean to you? Language is a tool that exists in different forms (Hindi, English, French, German, Spanish, etc). The main thing about language is the words it contains that may be different in different languages but have the same meaning. Language can be used as a medicine to heal; and can be used as a weapon to kill. " Lack of knowledge is a dangerous thing " is a phrase that should be kept in mind for the one who is speaking a language that one is not confident in because it may cause misunderstanding. So, before speaking any word complete understanding of the language is really important. How does campus diversity influence you? I always had curiosity to know people from a differen t country to understand their culture and to know how they are different from me. I was so happy to see people from different countries that after one year of my education here, I campaigned for the position of president of the International Student Organization and won. I organized International Night to provide a common platform where everyone, not only international students but Americans too, could come and share their culture and introduce their country and language (with songs) to the people who are curious, like myself, and interested to know about the people from other parts of the world. Being the President, I made relationships that became a real treasure to my life. Whether I am going out dancing, to the student union to check my mailbox or to more on this earth you are still in the hearts of the people and can live forever. " What makes you stand out from the student body? It is the personality and principles that my family has given me. My family has given me a personality where I respect every religion and go to every temple and church and respect everyone ' s culture and religion. They taught me to be a man that shouldn ' t hurt anyone but can give love to all. What is interesting about your hometown? I am from a beautiful city, Chandigarh, in the state of Punjab, person that one can admire and give more love to. What at Ole Miss has changed you? The education and the people in Ole Miss have added more to my life. The Mississippi Southern accent is an awesome thing that I just LOVE IT!. ..like the way they say " Well " as " Whhheeelll. " The people at Ole Miss are love able and everyone, even a stranger says " hi " to me. That makes me feel that I am not a stranger to anyone and am connected to everyone in one way or the other. It ' s at Ole Miss that love and affection has been added to my life, and I want to spread that everywhere I go. If you could trade places with " Speak any language in a way anyone uving or dead, who , -i , . -I would it be and why? so tnat you can create love in i would wish to be M ahatma people ' s heart for you and when Gandhi who used language so j-i • , i beautifully that he is still alive in you are no more on this earth the hearts of the P eo P ie. He left you are still in the hearts of the an ima s e ofa p eaceful and |ovin g -i j -i . r ,| personality in everybody ' s heart people and can live forever. in the whole world. People like me have never seen him but want which is in northern India. The people in my city are full of life and have big hearts to welcome you and to give you an environment in which one feels loved. The rich city, diversity, very low crime rate, colorful clothes, music and the traditions are the assets. We say Chandigarh is the most beautiful and clean city in India. It ' s a tradition in our state (Punjab) to welcome the guests and make one feel that he is a god to us. The guest is served with lots of food and is given a special treatment that would make one feel he is in heaven. What are your plans for life after Ole Miss? I want to be a successful person in any event, I look to add more friends terms of work and social life. If by into my life. What ' s the best " catch phrase? " One of my made-up phrases is, " speak any language in a way so that you can create love in people ' s heart for you and when you are no God ' s grace I make good money then I want to support others in their studies and to experience a diverse culture (which everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime). Again, I want to be a to be like him. That is what my aim is - to do such deeds so that when I am no more on this earth I am still in the hearts of the people. Dead but " alive. " What is the most interesting thing you have ever seen or done? The most interesting thing I have ever seen or done is my work as a president at Ole Miss. I improved my personality and got an outlook on how to present myself and how to achieve my aim of gaining the friendship of a stranger. What do you think is the most intriguing language? The most intriguing language to me is Hindi , my mother tongue. It ' s Hindi that gave me so many wonderful phrases, dialects and sounds in my speech. ..that helped me to be able to speak other languages like English, German, Spanish, and French . • People 22 1 Hankins - Haskins Hankins, Richard - Freshman Hans, Samantha - Junior Hansen, Chelsea - Freshman Harden, Lance - Freshman Harden, Shakitha - Freshman Hardin, Carrie - Senior Hardin, Jonathan - Grad Hardwick, Jon - Junior Hargrove, Tyshun - Senior Harkey, Elizabeth - Freshman Harper, April - Senior Harper, Krista - Junior Harper, Peyton - Sophomore Harper, Tara - Junior Harrell, Brian - Senior Harrell, Russ - Junior Harrington, Elizabeth - Junior Harris, Bridgette - Freshman Harris, Charles - Senior Harris, Kenny - Junior Harris, Laura - Senior Harris, Neil - Freshman Harrison, Ashley - Senior Harrison, Cassie - Senior Harrison, James - Junior Harrison, Laconda - Senior Harrison, Lauren - Junior Harrison, Megan - Sophomore Harwell, Jeremy - Junior Haskins, Carolyne - Sophomore i e ■ fl j Kh m 222 People Haskins - Hendricks Haskins, Lindsay - Senior Hastings, Meredith - Senior Hatchett, Brooke - Junior Hatten, Beverly - Junior Haupt, Kelly - Junior Hawkins, Raymond - Freshman Hawkins, Sherry - Senior Hawley, Erin - Sophomore Havvn, Jennifer - Sophomore Hayes, Cathy - Sophomore Haygood, Andy - Junior Haynes, John - Freshman Haynes, Nicole - Sophomore Haynes, Randall - Sophomore Hayward, Ragan - Junior Haywood, Daffeney - Sophomore Head, Joneeta - Senior Healy, Franco - Senior Heard, Sarah - Junior Heath, Angelena - Sophomore Hebert, Alaina - Senior Hebert, Anne Marie - Junior Hebert, Jordan - Freshman Heer, Sarah - Sophomore Hegi, John - Junior Hegi, Meredith - Junior Heglar, Lindsey - Sophomore Heitmann, Tina - Senior Helms, Collin - Junior Hendricks, Casey - Junior People 223 Henry - Hitchcock Henry, Crystal - Junior Henry, George - Junior Henry, Ginger - Senior Henry, Hailey - Freshman Henry, Rachel - Junior Henry, Secondria - Sophomore Henson, Stephanie - Sophomore Herdahl, Debbie - Senior Herod, James - Junior Herring, Jeremy - Junior Herrington, Brock - Freshman Herrington, Catherine Ann - Freshman Herrod, Aeryal - Junior Herron, Terica - Senior Hester, Rachel - Senior Hetsel, Jana - Junior Heyer, John - Freshman Hickman, Brantley - Freshman Hickman, Cammi - Senior Higgenbottom, Jerrilyn - Senior Higgs, Ashlea - Sophomore Hildebrant, Janet - Senior Hill, Carolyn - Junior Hill, Monye - Freshman Hill, Schroder - Junior Hill, Weber - Sophomore Hilton, Ashley - Freshman Himber, Courtney - Sophomore Hinkey, Amanda - Sophomore Hitchcock, Travis - Grad ■ s . puwss 224 People Hitt - Horton Hitt, Marty - Junior Hitt, Matt - Freshman Hiwatashi, Mariko - Grad Hobbs, Brian - Senior Hodges, Michael - Senior Hogan, Alison - Junior Hogan, Kelly - Freshman Hoggard, Megan - Senior Holder, Jay - Senior Holland, Rosland - Junior Holland, Samantha - Freshman Holley, Lacey - Senior Holhns, Glennetta - Junior Hollis, Jonathan - Sophomore Hollis, Rebecca - Senior Holloway, Eric - Freshman Holly, Deana - Senior Holmes, Deangeli - Freshman Holsworth, Amanda - Freshman Holt, Rachel - Freshman Holt, Rachel - Senior Holt, Virginia - Senior Hood, Brant - Senior Hood, Keri - Senior Hood, Wilson - Senior Hoodenpyle, Alex - Sophomore Hooper, Matt - Freshman Home, Nailah - Freshman Horton, Kennedy - Freshman Horton, Leslie - Grad People 225 Horton - Hutcherson Horton, Will - Senior Hotz, Taylor - Junior House, Rosalind - Senior Houston, Virginia - Freshman Hovhannisyan, Sushan - Senior Howard, Andrea - Junior Howard, Austin - Freshman Howard, Rachel - Junior Howell, Bobbie Sue - Sophomore Howell, Chuck - Grad Howell, Haley - Sophomore Howell, Hunter - Junior Howell, Whitney - Senior Howie, Ellison - Sophomore Hoyt, Morgan Leigh - Senior Huang, Derek - Junior Hubbard, Hilary - Sophomore Hudson, Sara - Junior Hudspeth, Brandon - Senior Huett, Lindsay - Senior Hughes, Janna - Senior Hughes, Lauren - Senior Humphrey, Sonya - Senior Humphreys, Hailey - Freshman Hurst, Julie - Freshman Hurst, Ross - Senior Hurt, Dana - Senior Hurtado, John - Junior Hussey, Lauren - Junior Hutcherson, Scott - Senior 226 People Huwe - jernigan m " ' • ' It 1 Huwe, Andy - Junior Hylander, Alyssa - Junior Ingram, Jennifer - Sophomore Ingram, Vicky - Sophomore Innman, Allan - Senior Irby, Morgan - Freshman Ismail, Mahmoud - Grad Ivison, Will - Freshman Ivory, Missy - Junior Jackson, Bradley - Sophomore Jackson, Jon - Sophomore Jackson, Laura - Junior Jackson, Lynn - Sophomore Jackson, Tristen - Sophomore Jamerson, Jada - Junior James, Caleb - Junior James, Marlin - Junior Jamison, Gabrielle - Freshman Janet, Jordan - Freshman Jannice, Tameka - Junior Jarvis, {Catherine - Sophomore Jarvis, Lynne - Senior Jayasinghe, Indika - Senior Jeanes, Kelly - Senior Jeansonne, Jennifer - Senior Jeffries, Karen - Junior Jenkins, Amy - Sophomore Jenkins, Cortland - Freshman Jenson, Sherry - Sophomore Jernigan, Kristen - Sophomore People 227 Jimenez - Jones Jimenez, Scotty - Junior Johnson, Andrea - Grad Johnson, Anna - Sophomore Johnson, Erin - Junior Johnson, Etosha - Senior Johnson, Jason - Senior Johnson, Jenni - Junior Johnson, Jesse - Senior Johnson, Luther - Senior Johnson, Lynnessa - Sophomore Johnson, Margaret - Junior Johnson, Ryan - Sophomore Johnson, Sahara - Freshman Johnson, Samantha - Freshman Johnson, Shaquita - Senior Johnson, Tim - Junior Johnson, Will - Senior Johnston, Ariel - Sophomore Johnston, Cary - Sophomore Joiner, Alicia - Junior Jones, Alisha - Junior Jones, Amanda - Sophomore Jones, Amber - Freshman Jones, Andrea - Junior Jones, Chiquita - Freshman Jones, Chris - Senior Jones, Kathleen - Senior Jones, Kevin - Junior Jones, Kimberly - Senior Jones, Marquitta - Junior 228 People Jones - Kermeen fi --— ■ 1 A ? 4 ' HP - p- N Jones, Patrice - Junior Jones, Stephenia - Sophomore Jones, Zachary - Junior Jordan, Ellen - Senior Jordan, Jessica - Junior Jordan, Jessica - Senior Jordan, Lisa - Grad Jordan, Sarah - Senior Joseph, Jasmia - Junior Jourdan, Jesica - Freshman Joy, Whitney - Freshman Joyner, Katie - Junior Judson, Amos - Junior Judson, Jennifer - Senior Judson, Jessica - Sophomore Judson, Karen - Senior Justice, Deedee - Senior Kahlstorf, Mary Ellis - Sophomore Kaigler, Leeann - Senior Kang, Arvinder - Grad Kaur, Surinder - Grad Kay, Cassandra - Senior Keenum, Blythe - Junior Keith, Wanda - Senior Kelly, Betsy - Sophomore Kelly, Chad - Senior Keng, Carleen - Junior Kennedy, Kristen - Freshman Kerckhoff, Claire - Freshman Kermeen, Stephanie - Freshman People 229 Keshel - Ko 1 ,— Keshel, Seth - Junior Kesler, Kate - Junior Keyes, Marion - Freshman Khiantani, Sonia - Freshman Kidd, Sterling - Junior Kieffer, Patrick - Junior Kilgore, Marvis - Grad Kimmons, Angela - Freshman Kimmons, Lauren - Sophomore Kinard, Ira - Senior King, Darling - Junior King, Felicia - Junior King, Jonathan - Freshman King, Kristian - Freshman King, Leigh - Senior King, Matt - Sophomore King, Melissa - Junior King, Mindy - Senior King, Stephen - Sophomore Kirby, Adam - Sophomore Kirk, Barbara - Freshman Kirkland, Heather - Junior Kirkley, James - Freshman Kitchens, Hunter - Junior Kitchens, Katie - Senior Kitchens, Trey - Senior Kittredge, Brett - Junior Knight, Jamie - Senior Knight, Kelly - Freshman Ko, Jungeun - Senior 230 People Koger -Lang Koger, Tj - Sophomore Koon, Luther - Junior Korolewicz, Miehele - Senior Korte, Jackie - Junior Kosko, Mark - Senior Koury, Matthew - Sophomore Krafft, Erin - Senior Kreunen, Henry - Senior Krouse, Lindsey - Senior Kruse, Ahby - Junior Kuhn, Whitney - Sophomore Kuhnle, Alyssa - Senior Kumar, Gaurav - Grad Kutrzeba, Lukasz - Grad Kuykendall, Miranda - Sophomore Kwak, Sang Jong - Grad Kyle, Kathryn - Junior Lady, Michelle - Junior Ladyman, Emily - Junior Lafontaine, Andrew - Senior Lai, Weikai - Grad Lail, Heath - Senior Laine, Craig - Senior Laird, Katie - Senior Lama, Jigme - Freshman Lama, Tenzing - Junior Lamb, Jason - Junior Lancaster, Emma - Freshman Lance, Karrie - Junior Lang, Cassie - Senior People 231 Lange - Lewis Lange, Bambi - Sophomore Lantz, Peter - Sophomore Lapikas, Brandie - Senior Latham, Alisha - Senior Latham, Bill - Junior Latil, Rebecca - Senior Latina, John - Senior Lauderdale, Kristin - Sophomore Lauderdale, Laurin - Sophomore Lauderdale, Mowora - Senior Lavant, Regio - Freshman Lawler, Dan - Sophomore Lawler, Layson - Freshman Lawrence, Jennifer - Freshman Lawrence, Kenshana - Freshman Lawrence, Susan - Freshman Lawrence, Wes - Junior Layton, Peter - Junior Leblanc, Amanda - Junior Ledbetter, Amanda - Senior Lee, Morgann - Junior Lee, Tamara - Sophomore Legros, Jane - Sophomore Leslie, Anika - Freshman Leslie, Elise - Senior Lester, Dena - Junior Lester, Richard - Junior Letisha, Reid - Senior Lewellyn, Kevin - Senior Lewis, Benjamin - Freshman 232 People Lewis - Lyons Lewis, Nisa - Freshman Liddell, Paul - Junior Lieber, Julie - Freshman Lightsey, Reagan - Freshman Lilley, Matt - Sophomore Lin, Fang - Junior Line, Kathryn - Senior Little, Stephanie - Sophomore Livingston, Clint - Junior Livingston, Justin - Freshman Lo, Rebecca - Sophomore Lockett, Christy - Junior Locklear, Jodi - Senior Lockwood, Amber - Sophomore Lomax, Terica - Freshman Loury, Ashley - Senior Love, Melissa - Senior Love, Sam - Junior Love, Sara - Sophomore Lowe, Rachel - Freshman Loyd, Casey - Sophomore Lueth, James - Junior Lukinovich, Lesley - Freshman Luna, Lauren - Junior Lusco, Olivia - Senior Lusk, Brian - Junior Lusk, Walker - Freshman Luttrell, Rachel - Senior Lynch, Bob - Sophomore Lyons, Laura Beth - Sophomore People 233 the uage As a member of the Sally McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College and Pride of the South marching band, understands the beauty that lies within the language of music. The emotions that come from music lift the soul and express a person ' s inner being. 234 People Jenny Anderson What does language mean to you? For me, life is all about interaction with other people. Language is merely a word we use to describe the countless ways that we interact with hundreds of people each day. Whether it is a smile, a wave, spoken words or aversive eyes; it is all language. In regards to music, there is an interaction between the performer and the audience. While in high school, I got a chance to play under Stephen Melillo, a pretty well-known composer. His theory was that all music tells a story, and most people take that for granted. The ensemble ' s duty is to tell the story properly while the audience interprets by listening. How does campus diversity influence you? For me, diversity keeps life interesting. Without diversity, I don ' t think we would change much as individuals. Meeting different and new people help to change and mold the person we become. Being open minded is the key to social equality. And who would want Miss Ole Miss to be a blonde every year? I know I wouldn ' t. What ' s the best " catch phrase? " I ' ll have to go with " Life is good. " I mean I have those stickers on my car and a T-shirt. That ' s enough paraphernalia right? But seriously, I have great family and friends, I ' m receiving a top-notch education at a top 10 party school, and God has blessed me way beyond what could be perceived in a yearbook student profile. Life is good. What makes you stand out from the student bodv? My positive attitude. Have you ever noticed that no one smiles anymore? Sure everyone has bad days, but wow, lighten up a bit. One day, try walking around campus and see how many people will look at you and smile as you pass them. It ' s way more fun to smile or wave at a random person than to stare boringly at the sidewalk. There ' s a quote from a song I like, " It ' s funny how " The ensemble ' s duty is to tell the story properly while the audience interprets by listening. " ennv Anderson you find you enjoy your life when you ' re happy to be alive. " Enjoy life more, because like I said before, life is good. What is interesting about your hometown? The fact that Ridgeland is right next to the " perfect " town of Madison and is capable of establishing its own identity is great. Granted we don ' t have all those nice brick buildings and the mock Washington Monument cell phone tower that Madison boasts, but I ' d say our citizens are nicer and better looking (plus Northpark Mall!). What are your plans for life after Ole Miss? After graduating, I plan to do two years of the Teach For America program. Something about the opportunity of making a positive impact on so many children ' s lives really appeals to me. After that, I ' ve been thinking about graduate school up at Notre Dame. Go Irish! Then, who knows. ..I ' d like to travel a lot and eventually teach at the university level. What at Ole Miss has changed you? Some might call me a band nerd, but being in the band has been my best experience here at Ole Miss. The Pride of the South is by far the best organization I have ever been a part of in my life. Being in the band gives me a way to represent the university as well as feel committed to an organization that is highly misunderstood. In the end, I ' ll never forget playing Dixie with Love in the Grove at the 2003 LSU game. I can still remember the chills I got and I ' ll almost guarantee every other band member does too. If you could trade places with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why? I ' m going to show a bit of my International Studies side with this question. I would be Emiliano Zapata, the famous Mexican revolutionary who fought for land and liberty during the Mexican Revolution. He helped start the Mexican Revolution and served as the general for one of the guerrilla armies. I have a love for the old school, western shoot ' em up persona (just rent the old movie " Viva Zapata! " and see what I mean. He is badder than Shaft). What is the most interesting thing you have ever seen or done? The past two summers I ' ve worked at a YMCA of the Rockies summer camp in Granby, Colo. Those two summers have added so many memories to my life, and I ' d have to say that my time there has been the most interesting thing I ' ve experienced. What do you think is the most intriguing language? It ' s a tie between Spanish and music. Before you know it, Spanish is going to be the most spoken language in the United States. I ' d say it will be in about 50 years, so be sure to teach your kids Spanish. In regards to music, I always thought it would be cool to gather musicians from all over the world and sit them down to play a piece of music. It could happen within minutes. • People 235 Macias - Martindale Macias, Livia - Sophomore Macklin, Lafadra - Junior Macklin, Rachel - Sophomore Madden, Rachel - Freshman Madson, Aaron - Senior Magee, Mallorie - Sophomore Magli, Lauren - Junior Maharrey, Blake - Junior Mahoney, Megan - Freshman Maldonado, Lindsay - Senior Mallela, Jaya - Grad Mallette, Jennifer - Sophomore Malone, Maranda - Junior Maloney, Angela Bria - Senior Mann, Jessica - Junior Manning, Michael - Sophomore Manning, Molly - Freshman Mannion, Missy - Junior Marchant, Melissa - Senior Marcy, Kelly - Junior Marion, Laura - Junior Marlow, Neil - Junior Mars, Mary Lea - Freshman Marsalis, Claire - Senior Marshall, Stephen - Junior Martin, Elizabeth - Senior Martin, Jared - Senior Martin, Margaret - Sophomore Martin, Megan - Sophomore Martindale, Howard - Senior 236 People Martins - McCormick Martins, Tommy - Freshman Maruszak, Johnny - Freshman Marzette, Nikki - Sophomore Mason, Jessica - Senior Mason, Thomas - Junior Massey, Nina - Grad Mathis, Mark - Freshman Matthews, Meredith - Senior Mattingly, Erin - Sophomore Mattox, Sarah - Junior Maury, Carlos - Sophomore May, Brett - Junior May, Caitie - Senior Mayet, Lauren - Junior Mayeux, Kathryn - Junior Mazer, Samantha - Sophomore McBride, Jaqueline - Senior McCalin, Jessie - Junior McCall, Edward - Senior McCall, Najah - Freshman McCarten, Katie - Sophomore McCarver, Abby - Junior McCaskill, Gigi - Junior McCaskill, Jermaine - Sophomore McCaskill, Roshundra - Freshman McCauley, Ewan - Freshman McClary, Emmett - Grad McClellan, Dominique - Junior McClure, Rachael - Senior McCormick, Cary - Senior People 237 McCoy - McNeal McCoy, Derick - Senior McCraw, Emily - Senior McCullum, Chase - Senior McCutcheon, Taylor - Senior McDaniel, Meredith - Sophomore McDaniel, Michael - Sophomore McDonald, Margaret - Senior McDurmon, Lon - Freshman McElhaney, Kyle - Junior McFadden, Levita - Freshman McFadyen, Catherine - Freshman McGhee, Stephanie - Sophomore McGill, Courtney - Sophomore McGowen, Ashley - Freshman Mcllwain, Dallas - Sophomore Mclnnis, Garrett - Junior Mclntyre, Virginia - Junior McKean, Rory - Freshman McKelroy, Peter - Senior McKibben, Jordan - Sophomore McKibben, Ryan - Freshman McKinney, Meridith - Junior McKinney, Sheila - Senior McLarty, Nicole - Grad McLaurin, Elizabeth - Sophomore McMillen, Stephanie - Senior McMullen, Kevin - Freshman McNally, Henry - Junior McNeal, Leslie - Grad McNeal, Roun - Junior 238 People McNeil - Miller McNeil, Antione - Senior McNeill, Stephen - Senior McRaney, Megan - Freshman Meador, Andrew - Freshman Meadows, Sunni - Junior Medlin, Kelly - Senior Medlin, Stacey - Freshman Meek, Rita - Senior Mehmood, Asif - Grad Meisenheimer, Tvler - Senior Menefee, Hannah - Sophomore Merrill, Beth - Senior Merriweather, Sandra - Junior Messer, Kelcie - Freshman Metcalf, Matthew - Freshman Metcalf, Philip - Senior Metzger, Robert - Senior Michael, Andrew - Freshman Michael, Dale - Senior Milam, John - Sophomore Miller, Andy - Junior Miller, Dena - Junior Miller, James - Freshman Miller, Jill - Senior Miller, Kim - Junior . v ( F 1 m «♦ r Bj A_r.rAjii Miller, Lisa - Freshman Miller, Mary Margaret - Grad Miller, Shannon - Senior Miller, Sharnyka - Freshman Miller, Susan - Freshman People 239 Millette - Moore Millette, Catherine - Freshman Millette, Lindsey - Sophomore Milligan, Amanda - Junior Milloy, Meghan - Freshman Mills, Chip - Senior Milner, Katherine - Junior Mims, Amanda - Freshman Mims, Jennifer - Senior Minor, Melissa - Senior Misita, Joseph - Junior Mister, Jarvis - Junior Mitchell, Ben - Senior Mitchell, Jonathan - Junior Mitchell, Saron - Freshman Mitchell, Tracey - Senior Mixon, Jill - Junior Moerman, Alexia - Sophomore Mohundro, Niki - Freshman Monaghan, Daniel - Sophomore Monsour, Meredith - Senior Montgomery, Arabella - Senior Montgomery, Brenton - Senior Montgomery, Casey - Sophomore Montiel, Judith Ann - Senior Monts, Kimmel - Senior Moon, Aynslee - Sophomore Mooneyhan, Laura - Sophomore Moore, Amanda - Sophomore Moore, George - Senior Moore, Jennifer - 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Sophomore Nash, Jamie - Freshman Nash, Karon - Sophomore Nash, Keely - Freshman Navarrete, Carley - Junior Neal, Jomonique - Senior Needham, Sarah - Freshman Neely, Townsend - Senior Nelson, Bethanie - Senior Nero, Willow - Freshman Neumaster, Lance - Senior Newell, Mandy - Freshman Newsome, Logan - Sophomore Ngo, My Linh - Sophomore Nichols, Ebony - Sophomore Nicholson, Kelcey - Freshman Nicholson, Sara Michelle - Sophomore Nickels, Joe - Sophomore Nielson, Brad - Freshman Nix, Steven - Junior Noble, Amy - Junior Nobles, Jennifer - Senior Nolen, Londrick - Senior Norman, Mary Brandon - Junior 242 People Norton - Parker Norton, Evan - Sophomore Norwood, Shawann - Freshman Nowell, Jessi - Freshman Nowlin, Amanda - Junior Nozaki, Saori - Grad O ' Baner, Aisha - Sophomore Odom, Ashlea - Freshman Ogden, Elizabeth - Senior O ' Hearn, Emily - Sophomore Ohwofasa, Eruke - Senior O ' Quinn, Ashleigh - Junior Oswald, Sarah Hunt - Senior Overstreet, Jennie - Senior Owens, Rebecca - Senior Oyetunji, Rilwan - Senior Ozbirn, Shauna - Senior Pace, Meg - Junior Pace, Molly - Freshman Palmer, Connie - Senior Palmer, Corey - Grad Panchumarthi, Kalyan - Grad Pannell, Amanda - Senior Pannell, Desiree - Senior Parchman, Zach - Sophomore Parham, Meghan - Junior Park, Misug - Grad Parker, Breanne - Junior Parker, Crystal - Freshman Parker, Curtis - Junior Parker, Darell - Senior People 243 Parker - P err en ,. ■ Parker, Ernest - Senior Parker, Lauren - Freshman Parker, Megan - Freshman Parker, Meredith - Freshman Parks, Josh - Senior Pate, Warren - Sophomore Patel, Amit - Grad Patel, Upnik - Sophomore Pathy, Akshay - Grad Patino, Yolonda - Sophomore Patrick, Amy - Senior Patrick, Andy - Senior Payne, Constance - Sophomore Payne, Cynthia - Junior Payne, Jeff - Freshman Pearce, Carey Ann - Freshman Pearson, Lagathia - Junior Pechenkina, Anna - Senior Peeden, Jonathan - Freshman Peel, Haley - Senior Peeler, Kristin - Freshman Pegues, Sirallen - Junior Pendergrass, Caitlin - Freshman Penn, Emily - Sophomore Pepper, Lyndee - Junior Pepper, Stacy - Sophomore Perkins, Ashley - Freshman Perkins, Benton - Freshman Perkins, Lorie - Senior Perren, Ashley - Senior 244 People Perry - Pollacci Perry, Jena - Sophomore Perry, Shy - Senior Peters, Chris - Junior Peterson, Mary Margaret - Freshman Peterson, Rachel - Senior Petgrave, Omotola - Freshman Pettiette, Michael Anne - Senior Pettit, Bobby - Junior Pettit, Brooke - Junior Petty, Gerilynn - Sophomore Phillips, Anna - Sophomore Phillips, Casey - Sophomore Phillips, Kevin - Junior Phillips, Lindsey - Freshman Phillips, Natasha - Senior Phillips, Shaquita - Junior Philpot, Maggie - Freshman Piazza, Elizabeth - Senior Piccirillo, Marcus - Sophomore Pickens, Kellie - Senior Pickering, Lauren - Sophomore Pickett, Scott - Sophomore Pierce, Randall - Junior Pierotti, Nick - Senior Piletz, Andrew - Senior Pinkham, Britany - Junior Plaia, Michele - Freshman Plunk, Kayla - Senior Poland, Jonathan - Junior Pollacci, Ryan - Senior People 245 Pond - Ragland Pond, Ashley - Freshman Poole, Aaron - Sophomore Popko, Anna - Senior Portas, Page - Sophomore Porter, Danielle - Sophomore Porter, Katrina - Senior Porter, Samantha - Sophomore Portie, Mollie - Sophomore Potts, Elvin - Sophomore Powell, Willie - Senior Powers, Millie - Senior Powers, Tamara - Freshman Presley, Cynthia - Senior Presley, Lindsay - Freshman Presley, Lindsey - Sophomore Pressley, Ben - Freshman Prince, Shaquita - Freshman Pruett, Whitney - Sophomore Pruitt, Jeffrey - Sophomore Psalmer, Richmond - Senior Psalmond, Phillip - Junior Psillas, Christina - Sophomore Purvis, Mary Mitchell - Freshman Puryear, Geoff - Junior Putnam, Catherine - Freshman Putta, Abhilash - Grad Quilter, Ben - Junior Quinn, Darryl - Sophomore Quinn, Heather - Sophomore Ragland, Emily - Freshman 246 People 1 . Rainey - Richardson Rainey, Elizabeth - Junior Rakestraw, Evan - Senior Ralph, Sara - Freshman Ramsey, Sadie - Senior Randall, Madeline - Freshman Rankins, Brooke - Senior Rasberry, Erin - Junior Rasmussen, Dane - Sophomore Rauch, Bryan - Sophomore Ray, Brian - Sophomore Ray, George Earl - Sophomore Ray, Mary Ellen - Freshman Rea, Justin - Freshman Rebarchak, Vance - Sophomore Redd, Jaimee - Junior Reddick, Demoreo - Senior Redmond, Willie - Junior Reed, Carrie - Sophomore Reed, Dontae - Junior Reeves, Abby - Junior Reeves, Anna - Senior Reeves, Josh - Sophomore Reich, Heidi - Junior Reynolds, Austin - Freshman Revnolds, Kristin - Senior Reynolds, Morgan - Senior Reynolds, Sarah - Junior Rice, Katherine - Senior Rich, Tom - Senior Richardson, Fannie - Junior People 247 As a Bachelor of Fine Arts sculpture student, Keegan Love has come to understand the language of his art and can call it his own. His original pieces that target themes of creation, equality, love and hate, cross all barriers and generate new understanding through the language of art. 248 People Erin Rasberry What does language mean to you? Language, for me is the intangible form of communication taking place between God and me through my work. From the beginning to the finishing of a piece, it is always my goal to be as sensitive as possible to the energy of my work because I ' ve found that in my moments of sensitivity lies the greatest opportunity for my work to be more spontaneous and expressive. How does campus diversity influence you? The cultural diversity here is good because it influences me to make work that people of all languages, skin tones and backgrounds can relate to and appreciate. What ' s the best " catch phrase? " When people compliment my work, that tends to get my undivided attention. So I guess my favorite catch phrase would have to be " I love your work. " What makes you stand out from the student body? I ' m usually covered in plaster, paint or sawdust so I probably look more like a tired construction worker than an actual student. What is interesting about your hometown? I ' m from Tiplersville, Miss., which is a small farm town, but I love it because it is quiet, and it has plenty rural areas where I can go collect my thoughts and regroup. What are your plans for life after Ole Miss? " I can honestly say that sculpting is my language, my passion and my calling, all in one. " Erin Rasberry I plan on getting my MFA in sculpture, but at this point, I ' m not sure about how soon I will begin to work towards that goal. What at Ole Miss has changed you? Learning to be self-motivated and self-assured are two major things that brought me to this point, and I believe that out of all the things, I ' ve learned here that they ' ll best prepare me for my future and the goals that I ' ve set. If you could trade places with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why? I admire the work, success and drive of Common, Nas and Kanye West, but I don ' t think I would trade my life for theirs or anyone else for that matter because I feel that I ' ve finally found my own voice and my own light; therefore, I ' m more focused on where I ' m going than where someone else is or has been. What is the most interesting thing Erin Rasberry you have ever seen or done? The few seconds of speechlessness that my mother had when she first saw my thesis work were very interesting and at the same time encouraging to me, because it was so ironic for me to see that the one person who had labored and done so much for me was in deep admiration of my work. It felt like I had gained the respect of Augusta Savage or Bernini at that moment, and that is something I will never forget. What do you think is the most intriguing language? Even though it is the most labor-intensive and unpredictable form of art I ' ve ever experienced, I would have to choose sculpture above anything else because it speaks to me and provides a release in a way that nothing else can. So I can honestly say that sculpting is my language, my passion and my calling, all in one. • People 249 Richardson - Rockette , ' N- Richardson, Jessica - Senior Richardson, Miranda - Senior Richey, Shae - Freshman Ridge, Samuel - Junior Rieben, Emily - Grad Rinehart, Pamela - Senior Ringley, Martha - Senior Rippy, Rip - Junior Roach, Rashonda - Sophomore Robb, Philip - Junior Robbins, Sara - Senior Roberson, Kimberly - Senior Roberts, Jeremy - Senior Roberts, Rachel - Senior Roberts, Tanaka - Junior Roberts, Walker - Sophomore Robertson, Cole - Freshman Robertson, Lauren - Freshman Robertson, Mandy - Senior Robinson, April - Junior Robinson, Catherine - Sophomore Robinson, James - Junior Robinson, Josh - Sophomore Robinson, Kristen - Freshman Robinson, Laquea - Junior Robinson, Lisa - Senior Robinson, Mark - Sophomore Robinson, Mary - Junior Robison, Walt - Senior Rockette, Cassie - Freshman 250 People Rodger s - Rowsey Rodgers, Laura - Junior Rodrigues, Marcos - Senior Rodriguez, Alexandra - Sophomore Rodriguez, Jose - Freshman Roe, Mary Elizabeth - Senior Rogers, Claire - Sophomore Rogers, Kasey - Junior Rogers, Laura - Junior Rogers, Lauren - Senior Rogers, Lindsay - Freshman Rogers, Stephen - Senior Rogers, Tyler - Junior Rohmfeld, Destiny - Senior Rolwing, Andrea - Junior Rone, Jean - Junior Roper, April - Senior Rorie, Joshua - Sophomore Rosengren, Laura - Junior Ross, Aaron - Freshman Ross, Carla - Senior Ross, Casonya - Senior Ross, Henry - Freshman Ross, Michael - Junior Ross, Nathan - Junior Ross, Steve - Senior Rouse, Jennifer - Freshman Rousselo, Abhie - Junior Rowell, Brian - Junior Rowland, Seth - Senior Rowsey, Sharonda - Freshman People 251 Royals - Sanders Royals, Lauren - Senior Roybal, Anne - Junior Rucker, Carolyn - Freshman Rucker, Shalonda - Senior Rudd, Antoinette - Sophomore Rudolph, Mallory - Senior Ruleman, Kathryn - Freshman Rumph, Winslow - Sophomore Runnells, Mark - Senior Rush, Justin - Sophomore Russ, Kirk - Sophomore Russell, Daena - Sophomore Russell, Jocelyn - Junior Russell, Meg - Junior Russell, Rachel - Freshman Rutherford, Callie - Freshman Rutland, Joseph - Junior Ryan, Meg - Senior Ryan, Rachel - Junior Sain, Allison - Freshman Salley, Morgan - Sophomore Salter, Kate - Sophomore Salu, Jennifer - Senior Salu, Sharon - Senior Sampayo, Vivi - Junior Samuels, Bri - Senior Samuels, Matt - Senior Sanchez, Lesley - Senior Sanders, James - Senior Sanders, Kendall - Freshman 252 People Sanders - Scott ; I i Sanders, Kyle - Sophomore Sanders, Mary Margaret - Freshman Sanders, Nichole - Sophomore Sanders, Tyler - Freshman Sanderson, Jamal - Junior Sanderson, Rachael - Freshman Sanford, Anna - Freshman Sanford, Elizabeth - Junior Sanford, Tammy - Junior Sappington, Bradley - Senior Satcher, Josh - Junior Saxena, Anshul - Grad Scanlon, William - Senior Scarbrough, Carol - Senior Scarbrough, Jill - Freshman Scardino, Debra - Senior Schmidt, Mandy - Sophomore Schoenoff, Tara - Sophomore Schuchard, Mary Margaret - Junior Schuh, Louis - Senior Scobey, Brian Scott, Allison Scott, Andrea Scott, Britney Scott, Jimeca - Sophomore Junior Junior Sophomore Sophomore Scott, Katelyn - Freshman Scott, Lauren - Senior Scott, Mary Sada - Senior Scott, Meghan - Freshman Scott, Morin - Sophomore People 253 Scott - Siddons Scott, Paul - Sophomore Seale, Chip - Junior Sellers, Megan - Junior Servati, Catherine - Freshman Sessums, Hildon - Junior Shah, Ahsan - Senior Shannon, Sammy - Senior Sharp, Elizabeth - Sophomore Sharpe, Golda - Freshman Sharpe, Matthew - Junior Shaver, Lacey - Junior Shegog, Marty - Freshman Shegog, Trista - Sophomore Shelmes, Brandon - Junior Shelton, Candace - Junior Shepherd, Banks - Freshman Shepherd, Jason - Senior Shepherd, Sarah - Junior Sherman, Heather - Junior Shi, Tao - Grad Shiffler, Kendall - Junior Shoemake, Philipp - Senior Shoemate, Antoine - Freshman Shoff, Emily - Freshman Shook, Rachael - Sophomore Shouse, Kevin - Junior Shudak, Melissa - Freshman Shull, Britany - Junior Sibley, David - Sophomore Siddons, Darren - Senior 254 People Siebert - Smith - „- i, » J i Siebert, Sarah - Sophomore Sights, Jere - Freshman Sikes, John David - Senior Sills, Holly - Freshman Simmons, Christy - Freshman Simmons, Kathryn - Senior Simmons, Marcela - Senior Simmons, Rachel - Senior Simmons, Turner - Senior Simms, Whitney - Freshman Simon, Chris - Junior Simpson, Erica - Freshman Sims, Mary Kate - Sophomore Singh, Nidhi - Grad Sipes, Erick - Junior Sisco, Briana - Senior Sisco, Daniel - Junior Sivaprakasam, Prasanna - Grad Skaggs, Valerie - Freshman Slabaugh, Holley -Junior Slauson, Stephen - Grad Slayton, Joey - Freshman Smercak, Robert - Sophomore Smith, Akeele - Sophomore Smith, Alice - Junior Smith, Ashley - Sophomore Smith, Bahati - Freshman Smith, Bart - Senior Smith, Brent - Freshman Smith, Brittney - Junior L People 255 Smith - Sorrel Smith, Casey - Junior Smith, Casey - Senior Smith, Cassie - Senior Smith, Chris - Senior Smith, Chris - Sophomore Smith, Erica - Senior Smith, Evans - Senior Smith, Gregory - Grad Smith, Jack - Senior Smith, Lakendria - Senior Smith, Laura - Senior Smith, Lauren - Junior Smith, Leanna - Junior Smith, Mary Kathryn - Freshman Smith, Megan - Junior Smith, Meredith - Sophomore Smith, Shirlene - Senior Smith, Tara - Junior Smith, Troy - Senior Smith-King, Cosandra - Sophomore Smith-Vaniz, Leigh - Junior Smithhart, Chelsea - Junior Smothers, Mary - Sophomore Sneed, Heather - Sophomore Snell, Angela - Grad Snow, Lena - Senior Snyder, David - Sophomore Sombhotla, Rajagopal - Grad Song, Minyung - Grad Sorrel, ED. - Junior 256Peopk Sosnowski - Stewart ■_! ! Sosnowski, Lauren - Senior South, Brandi - Senior Sparks, Justin - Freshman Spears, Amy - Senior Speed, Charly - Junior Spencer, Brandon - Freshman Spencer, Witt - Sophomore Spille, Jeremy - Senior Spradlin, Lisa - Senior Sramek, Amanda - Junior Stacks, Jeannie - Senior Stanbury, Abigale - Freshman Standfield, John - Junior Standford, Allison - Senior Stanfield, Brystal - Senior Stanford, Bridget - Sophomore Stanford, Stephen - Freshman Stanhouse, Colleen - Senior Stanovich, Justin - Grad Stark, Whitney - Junior Steadman, Stephanie - Junior Steele, David - Grad Steiner, Camille - Sophomore Stenman, Jennifer - Senior Stevens, Andy - Senior Stevenson, Cedric - Grad Stevenson, Terrence - Sophomore Steward, Susanne - Senior Steward, Vikki - Junior Stewart, Crystal - Junior . People 257 Stewart - Tackett Stewart, Natalie - Senior Stewart, Scott - Freshman Still, Leslie - Sophomore Still, Shay - Senior Stinson, Gerald - Freshman Stites, Buffy - Junior Stokes, Meagan - Junior Stone, Kristen - Grad Story, James - Senior Stovall-Spears, Akua - Senior Strange, Ashley - Senior Strickland, Marquita - Junior Strini, Carolyn - Freshman Strong, Patrick - Junior Strong, Shelby - Freshman Strzalka, Sarah - Senior Stubblefield, Ashley - Junior Stubblefield, Misty - Senior Stubbs, Krystal - Freshman Stuckey, Dennis - Senior Sukman, Ann Marie - Junior Sullivan, Anna - Senior Summerson, Sally - Sophomore Surrell, Stephen - Senior Sutton, Christin - Freshman Sweatt, Emily - Sophomore Sweebe, Mary - Junior Swift, Cam - Senior Sypult, Justin - Sophomore Tackett, Amelia - Senior f m ' ' ; » v ' i i rk :1 C a 4 e i m. ' ■ V 258 People Tackitt - Telang Tackitt, Kay - Senior Tadlock, Lee Ann - Senior Taff, Rachel - Senior Taggart, Drew - Sophomore Tallo, Aaron - Senior Talreja, Avinash - Grad Tapp, Kara - Senior Tate, Brittaney - Freshman Tate, Kathryn - Sophomore Tate, Kristen - Senior Taylor, Adam - Junior Taylor, Adam - Senior Taylor, Allyson - Freshman Taylor, Anne - Freshman Taylor, Cliff - Junior Taylor, Courtney - Freshman Taylor, Damaso - Sophomore Taylor, Desmond - Freshman Taylor, Freddie - Junior Taylor, Jonah - Senior Taylor, Jordan - Senior Taylor, Latoya - Junior Taylor, Lee - Freshman Taylor, Marteena - Freshman Taylor, Rebecca - Sophomore Taylor, Sherrod - Senior Taylor, Sovent - Grad Tedford, Tori - Freshman Teel, John Paul - Senior Telang, Nakul - Grad People 259 Tennyson - Timbes Tennyson, Cassie - Senior Terrell, Tori - Freshman Tew, Mary Melinda - Senior Thigpen, David - Senior Thomas, Alyssa - Freshman Thomas, Ashton - Junior Thomas, Darrias - Freshman Thomas, Darrius - Freshman Thomas, James - Senior Thomas, Kimberly - Junior Thomas, Samantha - Senior Thomas, Shenetrice - Senior Thomas, Tiffinie - Freshman Thomason, Ashley - Sophomore Thompson, Brett - Senior Thompson, Clark - Senior Thompson, Coley - Junior Thompson, Kim - Senior Thompson, Latoya - Sophomore Thompson, Marcus - Senior Thompson, Tina - Junior Thrash, Adam - Junior Thrash, Cassi - Sophomore Thrash, Emily - Freshman Thrasher, Milli - Freshman Thumma, Sridhar - Grad Tidwell, Jon - Freshman Tidwell, Mary Ann - Senior Tilak, Amey - Grad Timbes, Carmen - Sophomore 260 People i Titas - Udeze Titas, Courtney - Senior Tolbert, Candice - Freshman Tomlinson, Molly - Sophomore Totoro, Nikki - Sophomore Tramel, Buck - Sophomore Trammell, Chip - Junior Trammell, Michelle - Senior Trantham, Kemisha - Junior Travis, Kayla - Senior Trayal, Lizann - Sophomore Trotter, Bryant - Junior Truhett, Thomas - Senior Tse, Yinwan - Junior Tubbs, Haley - Junior Tuberville, Ben - Senior Tucker, Beau - Freshman Tullos, Bobby - Junior Turner, Allison - Senior Turner, Christie - Freshman Turner, Heather - Senior Turner, Mary Margaret - Sophomore Turner, Naqueta - Freshman Turner, Ross - Freshman Tussey, Megan - Freshman Tutor, Maranda - Senior Tyner, Lauren - Junior Tyson, Kristen - Sophomore Tyson, Whitney - Senior Udemgba, Chinelo - Freshman Udeze, Chima - Freshman .. People 26 1 «ri the language up north Minnesota native, Sydney St. Martin, entered Ole Miss as a freshman this fall and is slowly learning exactly what it means to be a " Southern Belle. " As a Phi Mu pledge, she was able to meet new people from the area and is attempting to acquire a taste for all things Southern. 262 Peopk Jeremy Roberts What does language mean to you? Language is how people verbally communicate with each other. The type of language a person uses defines their personality. Language also helps people relate to one another. How does campus diversity influence you? This campus is very diverse compared to other schools I went to and have visited in Minnesota and Wisconsin. I am friends with people of all races; however, I cannot deny that I was in a bit of a culture shock when I came to school in Mississippi. Regardless, I feel that it helped me grow as a person and meet people I never would have met before. I feel that diversity in the classroom helps me see the bigger picture on topics. What ' s the best " catch phrase? " The best catch phrase is " I ' m fixin ' to go somewhere, " etc. That cracks me up! What makes you stand out from the student body? What makes me stand out from the student body is that I have a really thick Minnesotan accent, I love to go ice fishing and snowmobiling across lakes in the winter, and I ' m also definitely more into hockey than football. I also get made fun of a lot for saying " pop " instead of Coke, or just for my accent. What is interesting about your hometown? My hometown is a suburb of the Twin Cities (St. Paul and Minneapolis). I lived in Mendota Heights, Minnesota. My suburb was 99 percent houses, with a lot of parks and trails. The Dodge Nature Center was located in my city so we had a lot of deer and coyotes wandering around. I love my city ' s location because it borders the Mississippi River and is only ten minutes from St. Paul and the Mall of America. Another interesting fact about my neighborhood is that a few of my neighbors would flood their backyards in the winter and " I have been attempting to include " y ' all " in my everyday conversation (it hasn ' t happened yet). " make an ice rink to play hockey. Another thing is that Catholic and Lutheran are pretty much the only churches in Minnesota. There are very few Evangelical or Baptist churches in the North. What are your plans for life after Ole Miss? My plans after I graduate from Ole Miss are to get a job with a major corporation, such as FedEx or General Mills for a few years. I also want to work in Europe for a year or so and travel before I return to Minnesota and settle down. What at Ole Miss has changed you? Going to Ole Miss has changed many aspects of my life. I never originally planned to come here. It was only because my family moved to Memphis this past summer that I decided to come here instead of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. By coming to Ole Miss, I have realized what an amazing place the South is. Everyone is so welcoming and kind. A few little things that I have started doing when I arrived at Ole Miss are: popping my collar when I wear polo shirts, attempting to include " y ' all " in my everyday vocabulary (it hasn ' t happened yet), trying to say Coke instead of " pop, " eating catfish, fried green tomatoes, okra and a few other Southern foods. If you could trade places with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why? I would trade places with Eleanor Roosevelt because she was an amazing woman and leader. She made such a difference and helped so many people. What really inspires me is that she was not afraid to speak out on controversial issues such as racism and women ' s rights. Eleanor Roosevelt was and will remain one of America ' s most influential first ladies. What is the most interesting thing you have ever seen or done? The most interesting thing I have seen is suicide snowmobiling. Up in Minnesota and Wisconsin in the spring some guys like to go snowmobiling over open water. In the spring when the lakes aren ' t quite melted and there is a span of about fifteen yards of open water, boys will snowmobile over it. Usually if the person knows what they are doing they will make it across the water. However, sometimes they will not go fast enough and the snowmobile will sink and they will have to climb out of the lake. It is very dangerous, but its also a lot of fun to watch. What do you think is the most intriguing language? I think that Native Americans have the most intriguing language. I went to Red Lake Indian Reservation my junior in high school year for a mission trip, and I must say that their language is so unique and beautiful to listen to. It is also one of the hardest to learn and to read. In fact, the remembrance of this language is in jeopardy since very few Native Americans today can speak their tribal language fluently. People 263 ■A. Udeze - Walker Udeze, Chisom - Freshman Ulrich, Sierra - Freshman Unigwe, Kenna - Freshman Upshaw, Ryan - Senior Ursy, Corby - Junior Vance, Brooks - Senior Vanderburg, Ben - Senior Vandyke, Jessie - Junior Vangilder, Rachel - Freshman Vanladuyt, Ben - Freshman Vanvelsor, Susan - Senior Vapore, Tiffany - Freshman Vassar, Jason - Junior Vassar Jr., J Thomas - Junior Vaughn, David - Sophomore Veazey, Katherine - Sophomore Veazey, Kimberly - Junior Vega, Alex - Freshman Verhine, David - Senior Via, Genie Alice - Junior Viner, Heath - Sophomore Vunnam, Nagamani - Grad Wade, Charlotte - Senior Wade, Raymond - Senior Waites, Russ - Senior Walden, Laura Beth - Junior Walker, Cortney - Sophomore Walker, Courtney - Junior Walker, Elizabeth - Freshman Walker, Haley - Junior A fc ' v W Sfcf 264 People Walker - Way caster ' I - 5 ' Walker, Jazmine - Freshman Walker, Preston - Junior Walker, Teresa - Junior Wall, Allison - Sophomore Wall, Sarah - Senior Wall, Takeya - Sophomore Wallace, Sommer - Freshman Waller, Sam - Senior Walley, Seth - Sophomore Walmsley, Semmes - Senior Walter, Morgan - Sophomore Walton, Patrick - Senior Wantland, Megan - Senior Ward, Julie - Sophomore Ward, Kara - Junior Ward, Lauren - Junior Ward, Sara - Junior Ware, Evette - Junior Warner, Andrea - Freshman Warner, Joseph - Sophomore Warren, Zach - Freshman Warrington, Jj - Senior Washington, Candice - Senior Washington, Ontario - Senior Watkins, Allison - Freshman Watkins, Katie - Freshman Watkins, Mandy - Junior Watson, Farris - Junior Watt, Carlyle - Senior X aycaster, Jill - Senior People 265 Weatherall - Wheat Weatherall, Lauren - Freshman Weathers, Charlene - Freshman Weaver, Jamie - Freshman Weaver, Laura - Senior Weaver, Wilson - Senior Webb, Steven - Junior Webber, Trisaina - Senior Webre, Jennifer - Senior Weddington, Allison - Freshman Weeks, Andrew - Sophomore Weeks, Tashyanna - Freshman Weisenberger, Bonnie - Senior Welborn, David - Senior Wells, Cal - Senior Wells, Gathan - Senior Wells, Jeremy - Junior Wells, Renee - Senior Weltner, Heather - Junior Wento, Jin - Grad Werne, Catherine - Senior West, Jessica - Senior West, Kim - Senior West, Lauren - Senior West, Shannon - Sophomore Westcott, Mark - Junior Westcott, Matt - Junior Westergard, Tim - Senior Whaley, Lori - Junior Whatley, Stephen - Senior Wheat, Javier - Senior 266 People Wheat - Wilbanks Wheat, Steven - Senior Wheatley, Taylor - Sophomore Wheatly, Alex - Freshman Wheeler, Danielle - Sophomore Wheeler, Tiffany - Freshman Whipple, Nicholas - Senior Whitaker, Holly - Junior White, Amelia - Sophomore White, Atricia - Junior White, Bernard - Sophomore White, Charlie - Senior White, Christina - Junior White, Emily - Junior White, Grace - Senior White, Jennie - Senior White, Kathryn - Senior White, Lacye - Sophomore White, Lauren - Sophomore White, Maggie - Junior White, Meagan - Freshman White, Ranch - Senior White, Shad - Sophomore Whitehead, Kristen - Senior Whittington, Courtney - Freshman Wicker, Caroline - Senior Wicker, McDaniel - Freshman Wicker, Zach - 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Junior Wilson, Erika - Sophomore Wilson, Jenny - Senior Wilson, Jessica - Freshman Wilson, Jessica - Junior Wilson, John Andrew - Senior Wilson, Laura Beth - Freshman Wilson, Medley - Junior Wilson, Nancy - Senior Wilson, Robert - Freshman Wilson, Shannon - Sophomore Wilson, Terri - Junior Wilson, Zachary - Sophomore Windham, David - Junior Windham, Heather - Freshman Windham, Kammie - Junior Winfey, Jamie - Junior Winn, Ryan - Senior Withers, Ashleigh - Junior Witherspoon, Veronique - Freshman Withrow, Chelsea - Freshman Wiygul, Miranda - Senior Woernle, Keith - Junior Wommack, Emily - Sophomor e Wood, Andrew - Sophomore Wood, Richard - Sophomore Woodard, Jacob - Senior Woods, Brooke - Junior People 269 Woofers - Zammit Wooters, Laura - Senior Word, Jenny - Sophomore Worthem, Macy - Senior Wren, Ali - Junior Wright, Amy - Freshman Wright, Dewayna - Freshman Wright, Leigh Anne - Junior Wright, Rubystine - Junior Wright, Steven - Junior Wright, Trey - Senior Wunder, Jenzy - Freshman Wunder, Paul - Junior Wyant, Andy - Sophomore Wynn, Anna - Grad Wyrick, Michael - Senior Yancey, Amanda - Senior Yaun, Sarah - Sophomore Yeager, Elizabeth - Freshman Young, Elise - Sophomore Young, Elizabeth - Freshman Young, Joshua - Junior Young, Latonya - Junior Young, Lorenzo - Freshman Young, Lucy - Freshman Young, Mary Allyson - Senior Young, Ra y - Senior Young, Twanda - Senior Yu, Jiao - Grad Yuen, Anthony - Sophomore Zammit, Hollyn - Freshman 270 People I . Zepponi - Zuniga Zepponi, Terry - Senior Zettergen, Jessica - Freshman Ziha, Sarah - Freshman Zimmerman, Lauren - Sophomore Zulu, Isis - Junior Zuniga, Jennifer - Senior Orientation Leaders: Holly Herrington, Elizabeth Chapman and Charles Cascio Jeremy Roberts, a senior from Terry, - Editor-in-Chief of The Ole Miss 2006 Delta Gamma sorority members eelebrating after their win at Derby Day. Brian Tichnell, from Petal. Members of Phi Delta Theta Culture Night on Parade, practicing on stage at fraternity on the night before Fulton Chapel before pledgeship. a performance. People 271 ,, language f the stage A boy from small-town Mississippi, Brian Tichnell, has big dreams of someday gracing the big screen as Hollywood ' s next golden child. The language of theatre is something that he holds dearly, because through language audiences are inspired and enlightened. 272 People Erin Rasberry we i in act do on imj ofl " I feel that it is so absolutely important to really take note of how incredible and beautiful existence is. " What does language mean to you? Well, I have to say that as an actor, language is very important to me. Theatre is based on language. Theatre is language. It is a medium that communicates to audiences using entertainment. I believe that dramatic performance is one of the most important forms of language in our current. Theatre and film have the ability to move audiences and inspire action. I can ' t tell how much my life has been changed by watching movies. Shindler ' s List, American Beauty and Crash are movies that come to mind that really entertained me, informed me and enlightened me. It is this reason that I have chosen to do this for the rest of my life. I want to be a part of something that can make an impact on the world. And I am dedicated to theatre ' s power to do that. How does campus diversity influence you? As a theatre major, I get to interact with students all over the United States. Having lived in Mississippi all my life, it is refreshing to receive different perspectives and ideas on life. Which is good, because chances are, I won ' t be working in Mississippi as an actor. Not much opportunity, you know. What ' s the best " catch phrase? " What ' s the best catch phrase... well, it ' s got to be " Oh yes, there will be blood, " from the movie Saw II. Cinematic genius. But actually I ' d have to say say the tagline to American Beauty, " Look closer... " has always had an impact on me. I feel that it is so absolutely important to really take note of how incredible and beautiful existence is. No, really think about it. It ' s amazing. We just a bunch of organisms walking around and talking about stuff. We don ' t know why. But we are. ..and that is amazing. What makes you stand out from the student body? Well, I consider myself a fairly passionate and very focused person, especially when it comes to acting. I guess I stand out because. ..well, I look forward to acting on stage or doing well in class, ten million times more than I will ever look forward to any party ever held... ever. I guess I just really like to Jenny Anderson work, and I really care about doing well. I don ' t know if that makes sense. ..urn... I ' m the only person here with the last name Tichnell, and that makes me stand out. And I love twizzlers. Glorious candy... my mouth is watering, you will have to give me a moment. What is interesting about your hometown? I am from Petal, Miss., and well, it is the home of the international checker Hall of Fame. I had nothing to do with that. ..contrary to popular belief. Um, that ' s all I can think of, I really liked growing up there. I had wonderful teachers. I did showchoir and speech team. That was all pretty fun. What are your plans for life after Ole Miss? After Ole Miss, I am planning to move to Los Angeles and starve and starve and starve, and then make it. I plan on being a film actor. I ' m really excited about the whole thing. There are so many opportunities for young actors, especially with all the HBO original series and movies, which are always showcasing new actors and actresses. I am pretty determined to " make it. " That ' s what you do in the acting career, you " make it. " What at Ole Miss has changed you? I really have not changed too much since I ' ve gotten here. I really " found myself " in high school. If you could trade places with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why? I would trade places with Jesus... Because then I ' d be God and I ' d rule the world!!! Oh yes, there will be blood. I jest of course. But I would trade places with Jake Gylenhaal. He is really living my dream right now. He just got done making a huge feature film with Jarhead, and he is really on the brink of movie stardom... and he got there by his talent, not his looks. And he dated Kirsten Dunst...my mouth is watering, you will have to give me a moment. What is the most interesting thing you have ever seen or done? I don ' t know. The most intriguing play I have ever been in was Art, along with two of my best friends. It was a great experience. Oh I don ' t know, this question is hard. What do you think is the most intriguing language? I think the most intriguing language is Russian. It just sounds cool. People 273 Actives and potential new members shake hands at the Sigma Nu fraternity house durinp round two of the s known as « £•«= • • ww Q ZHxAjiA wiqaM OKftObCAA ..V Taking AJClOSenLook Behind the Scenes of Rush 2005 written by Bonnie Leach On October 2, 2005, Greek life at Ole Miss was full of anticipation. Recruitment ended. Everything the sororities and fraternities had been working towards is about to pay off. Hundreds of men and woman are about to join one of their organizations, a new family, that will change the rest of their lives. Two months prior to this big event, sororities and fraternities began extensive preparation and planning for recruitment. " We meet two times a week for three hours, " sophomore member of Kappa Alpha Theta Ashley Rodgers said. " During the practices, a sense of constant stress comes over the girls. They have a short period of time in which they have to prepare what they will wear, what the houses will look like, and to what music they will sing. First impressions are key to winning the potential new members hearts. " Everything has to be perfect. When things go wrong, and they usually will, stress levels become intensified. Music machines get a short, name tags have somehow gone missing, outfits are not clean, and countless other things can cause a kink in the recruitment weekend. Someone has to be there to put things back together. That person must also be calm and collected in order to keep the group on track and motivated. Preparation for recruitment can also be one of the best times one will have during their involvement in a Greek organization. " My favorite part of rush is getting to know the girls in my sorority even better than I already did, " Rodgers said. " The girls spend so much time together getting ready for the big weekend that their bonds grow stronger. If you were to walk into a sorority house during the weekend of recruitment, you would hear loud outbursts of laughter and singing. You would see girls running around acting goofy and dancing all over the house. Now, this may be delirium from staying up all night, but most likely the girls are just truly embracing their sisterhood. " The sororities first two days of recruitment are known as philanthropy. During these rounds, the active members show what each house is all about. They show pictures and slide shows, and talk about their accomplishments and their community service projects. The second round is called skit round. Each house performs a skit for the girls displaying their talents, which is entertaining and exciting. The amount of preparation and decoration that goes into this really shines through. The final round is known as preference round. This is a much more serious round of recruitment. There are speeches made about how each active member feels about her house. This round is a one-on-one interaction between actives and rushees that is filled with emotions. Actives are crying and pouring their hearts out to potential new members to show them that this is where they need to be. This round is the final impression the actives must make on the girls before they leave to make their final decisions on where they want to pledge. The fraternities experience the different rounds of recruitment just as the sororities do. They depend upon first impressions just like the girls. They concentrate their time on organizing bid sessions and making sure the house is ready for the rushees to come through. These men must be completely energized when the new potential new members entire their houses. Everything must be flawless. " On the active side of rush, we plan out things we would hope that our potential new members would enjoy. We also try to make this a very relaxing environment so we can really get to know someone, " said David Sharp, a member of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. The first day of recruitment in fraternity house is fairly calm. The actives speak about themselves and give the basic information about who, what and when their organization was founded. They introduce themselves and what they are all about. After the initial introductions, the next day is wild and crazy. The men going through the recruitment process get to learn about the upcoming events, like who is coming to play at their house, when and where the parties are and what sororities they will have swaps with. " The intensity level has risen a great deal in this round, " Sharp said. Once Bid Day has arrived the stress level begins to decrease and the anticipation sets in for the new members. Every house has something incredibly special to pass on to these potential members. The sororities and fraternities welcome the new members into their families with open arms. A new chapter in their life has just begun. Joseph Warner September 14 Greek BBQ 276 Greeks Trev Kitchens September 22 Care Walk Greeks 277 M A Day in the Life of a Rushee A week of thoughts, emotions and experiences are journalized by Kelly Hogan, a freshman from Jackson, Miss., who went through five days of Recruitment 2005. Day 1 After my biology lab, I rushed back to my dorm to get ready. Even though I had to wear a T-shirt I wanted to look my best, so that I would make a good first impression. I had less than an hour to get ready, because I had to be at the Delta Gamma house at 4:10. As I waited outside, I did not know what to expect, and my stomach was in knots while waiting for my first party to start. All around me the other houses started erupting with noise. As I tried to figure out what was going on, the Dee Gee ' s started to bang on the doors and the craziness started. Day 2 I was not as nervous today, because I had already gone to five Philanthropy parties. Today I would get to go to the Pi Phi house where my older sister is an active. I had never met the girl who picked me up, but once we finally got inside, everyone made me feel comfortable. I felt like the Pi Phi house could be a future home. At the party, I enjoyed seeing my sister and all her friends that I had met. Once the party ended and I made my way outside, it was comforting having all the Pi Phi ' s say, " I hope to see you tomorrow. " Day 3 I was looking forward to Skit round the most. I never realized how big of a production and how much practicing really went into the skits until I finally saw how elaborate the skits were. The Pi Phi house was the last party I went to that night and I was really excited. I could tell the Pi Phi ' s had worked really hard and I really enjoyed their skit, but what I loved the most was watching my sister break it down to Ciara ' s " Oh. " As I laughed during the whole skit, I forgot how tired I really was, but I was ready for my bed. Joseph Warner rf • ' " VvH ■$J ._ = 1 a Mfld Vfh 1 WtJ y " Joseph Warner Trey Kitchens September 28 Round 1 Philanthropy Septmeber 29 Round 1 Philanthropy September 30 Round 2 Skit 278 Greeks Kelly Hogan Pi Beta Phi Day 4 This year the first party started at 11 a.m., and I was still tired from the long night before. My first house was the Pi Phi house, and is where I realized how serious and emotional Preference round really was. The banging and yelling had ceased, thankfully. My sister was the one who picked me up that day, and I could not control my tears for the whole hour. This day was by far the most personal. I knew after my last party that I had a hard decision ahead of me. After ranking my top three, I rode back to the dorm knowing I had made the right choice. Day 5 The morning of Bid Day, I was really nervous to see if I had gotten my first choice. I waited outside Fulton Chapel in the heat to receive my bid. When I was finally handed the bid, I was so excited to see Pi Beta Phi written on it. Since I had broken my foot a few weeks before, I had to walk to the Pi Phi house even though I wanted to run like everyone else. When I finally got there, my sister ran out to hug me and the picture flashes started. As the Bid Day party started and we all started dancing to DJ Mario, I started to meet and bond with my new sisters. Joseph Warner October 1 Round 3 Preference Trey Kjtchens October 2 Bid Day Greeks 279 generations of tradition leave behind a 280 Greeks legacy written by Samantha Porter - photography by Darrell Blakely Being in the spotlight is nothing new to the Foose family who is continually recognized for having four generations of Phi Delta Thetas at Ole Miss. For Curran, the youngest of the five men, national recognition is not even far-fetched. In 2003, Curran was featured in The History Channel ' s documentary, " Frat Boys, " where his rush experience was taped. " Being on The History Channel was an honor for me and my family. I was proud to represent Ole Miss and my fraternity, Phi Delt. I felt that the documentary was a great presentation of my school and fraternities in general, " Foose said. All of this spotlight and national recognition is a result of having a chain of Phi Delt ' s that even extends outside of Foose ' s immediate family. Many of Foose ' s cousins and uncles are also Phi Delts, Foose said. " When I was going through Rush it was always in the back of mind that if I didn ' t choose Phi Delt, I would be the one to break the chain. " Yet, for Foose breaking the chain was never even an option in his mind. " I knew I wanted to be a Phi Delt the whole time, " Foose said. During Rush, Foose ' s older brother, Ransome, was an active member of Phi Delt. Foose never felt pressured by his dad or brother to pledge Phi Delt, but he knew what choice they preferred. Throughout Rush, Foose wanted to keep his options open so his brother and other Phi Delts would continue to rush him. " I played that game where I acted like I was going to go something else, so that they would continue to rush me, " Foose said. Foose, like the rest of his family, followed tradition and pledged Phi Delt. Foose said his older brother and Dad were supportive of his decision, and, of course, they thought he had made the right choice. Foose has never regretted his decision, saying that he has made some of his best memories in Phi Delt. " The formals, especially the spring formals in New Orleans, have been some of my best experiences in Phi Delt, because I am with all my friends, " Foose said. All of the different experiences within Phi Delt have changed since Foose ' s great-grandfather, Samuel Foose, started the tradition in 1910. The tradition and changes continued in 1934 when Foose ' s grandfather pledged, 1970 for Don Foose, and finally the fourth generation started with Ransome Foose in 2000. " The biggest change since my dad was here is probably the fact that we are a dry fraternity now, and we don ' t have parties at the house. The fraternity is much more regulated now than it was in my grandfather ' s years, " Foose said. In May 2006, Foose will no longer be an active member of Phi Delt, but will become and alumni like the rest of the Foose men. The Foose family tradition will be left in the hands of Foose ' s son. Foose hopes that if he has a son, he will continue the tradition. " When I am 48 or 50, I will want my son to pledge Phi Delt because of all the years of fun I have had, " he said. While the fraternity experience may change over the years, the traditions will stay the same. For the Foose family, their tradition will carry on until a fifth generation Foose comes along to extend the legacy. Greeks 281 A group of Alpha Kappa Alpha ' s step in honor of Candace Walker at a memorial held for the greek sister. Norrie Cotton, Miss Black and Gold, displays her talent of art at Alpha Phi Alpha ' s Miss Black and Gold pageant. Members of Alpha Phi Alpha step at the annual Rust College Step Show after their probate. 282 Greeks The African American Greek movement began in the early 1900 ' s in an effort to promote and develop unity on college campuses. During a time when many opportunities for African Americans were nonexistent, these organizations served as a support system for the members as well as the communities that they served. Seven young Cornell University students founded the first Black Greek Letter Organization, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., in the year of 1906. Since then, sororities and fraternities have been founded at various other locations, with Howard University serving as the birthplace of five out of the eight other organizations. These organizations include Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Howard), Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. (Indiana), Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. (Howard), Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Howard), Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, XKicSk UA Understanding the National Panhellenic Council ' s recruitment process known as Intake is difficult for anyone outside of NPHC greek societies. written by Denaya Butler Inc. (Howard), Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. (Howard), Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. (Howard), and Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. (Morgan State) - better known as the " Divine Nine. " All of these organizations were inspired from the desire to create a stronger sense of social, political, economical and spiritual union within the African American community. In addition to the service roles, Black Greek Letter Organizations help undergraduate students build upon the leadership abilities, business skills and self-confidence they possess in ways not visible to or are simply ignored by non- greeks. In the beginning, these talents were enhanced through a process formerly known as " pledging. " This process included an arduous routine of exercises, team building activities, educational preparation about the organization ' s history and the age-old art form of stepping. Somewhere along the lines, pledging began to be equated with hazing and was eventually eliminated in the 1990 ' s. Today, that process has been replaced with the NPHC ' s Membership Intake. Membership Intake encompasses the recruitment, selection, education and initiation of new members into the Divine Nine. Undergraduate (collegiate) and graduate (alumni) chapters understand that the induction of new members is contingent upon the candidate ' s qualifications and abilities, both socially and academically. They follow a guideline, which requires an orientation period, induction period and an in-depth educational program for new initiates. Each organization adheres to their private rituals and ceremonies, but have geared them to follow the same basic principles. Greeks 283 ILUMUUi wopo written by Genie Alice Via - photography by Joseph Warner Side ponytails, leather pants, electric blue eyeshadow, cowboy attire and teased hair. All symbols of decades gone by? Not in Oxford! Walk into any bar during fall semester, and you will see a mixture of fraternity boys and sorority girls decked out in any (or all) of these costume pieces. Right after greek recruitment, the whirlwind of swaps begins. At least once a week, various fraternities and sororities will pair up for these themed parties. They get in costume according to the themes, which include Rowdy Redneck, Toga, The ' 80s, Biker, Tacky Prom and Pajama, and party like it is going out of style. (Even though the costumes did a long time ago). It is a lot like any regular night out on the town, except for a few advantages. It is guaranteed you will be there with friends, and everyone is there to mix and mingle, so making tons of new friends is inevitable. If all else fails, the outrageous costumes make for instant conversation pieces, particularly during the Graffiti swaps. See someone across the room who looks interesting? Everyone is wearing plain T-shirts, so scrawling your name or a " message " on their back is a great way to break the ice! However, there is one slight disadvantage to swaps. Since everyone is all dressed up, it is impossible to tell how someone really dresses, which can make for a big surprise next time you see them. Worries about designated drivers are alleviated for that night too. Buses go back and forth between the bar and sorority house to make sure everyone gets there and back safely. The fun starts long before the actual swap does. Sometimes sorority girls and fraternity guys will get together the day of the party to visit thrift stores and find the perfect, most hilarious outfit. Then (the ladies, at least), go back and get ready together, which can include, depending on the theme, teasing each other ' s hair and applying way to much make up. This is the perfect excuse to act like 12-year-olds again. People ' s plans vary from here, either visiting friends from the fraternity or sorority the party is with, or just hanging out together and seeing members of the opposite sex when you get there. Either way, eventually 10 p.m. rolls around, and all the girls meet at the sorority house to tell each other, way too loudly, how cute or funny everyone looks and take lots of pictures. The picture taking and sorority-gal squeals continue on the bus ride. The trek from where the bus stops to the actual bar usually evokes stares, whispers and giggles from innocent passer-by who have no idea why a group of girls are all dressed up like cowboys or have sheets wrapped around them like togas. Once they get there, it is immediately to the dance floor, except for people who are 21. Then there is probably a first stop before the dancing. Then someone spots the party pics guy, and everyone starts grouping up and seeing how many times " Party Pics! " can be yelled before the night is over. " Last Call " is announced and the band starts on their last song. But the fun is not over for most people. " Where ' s late night? " is the question of the minute. Just do not attend a late night anywhere if there is nobody else there who has been to a swap. Hot pink lipstick and neon green eyeshadow isn ' t as hot when everyone else is dressed like normal people. Possibly the best part is waking up the next morning and sharing stories with friends about the crazy things that happened the night before. Eventually all those party pics will be up and the last part of the swap ends while everyone laughs at how unbelievably silly they all looked and acted at the swap. Almost immediately, discussions begin of what to wear to the next swap. 284 Greeks biggin ' the Dancin ' hi David . Michelle Ivshin curtin ' a the dance floor a pa Gamma and S Epsilon New Y ar ' s Ev Jt Frat UL Fraternity houses are sure to be full of graffiti all over surfaces like this bed frame. Chris Donovan surfs the World Wide Web in a friend ' s room at the fraternity house. Explained written by Jeremy Roberts - photography by Trey Kitchens Being a fratdaddy and fratastic are the two words that describe the language and essence of fraternity life at Ole Miss. There are a total of 15 different fraternities within the Interfraternity chapters with a total of 2,187 men in them of sixteen thousand students. The process of entering into a fraternity starts with pre-rush parties in the summer, to the week of Recruitment, pledging the particular group and then going through an intense " hell week, " when they are then welcomed into the fraternity and inducted, finally becoming an active member. Some fraternities get a bad reputation or are known as a little unruly, loud and tend to be crazy at times, but they are just having fun while in college and making connections that will last a lifetime. Many sophomore members of fraternities live in the house after completion of the pledge process where they eat dinner, attend study hours and are " governed " by a house mother who looks after over 50 men that are not hers. Interfraternity Council President James Watts, a senior from Jackson, joined Sigma Chi fraternity his freshman year because of the atmosphere of the house. " It felt laid back, relaxed and I felt no pressure at all. There were guys from all over, not one particular place. I knew it was a place that would help me become a better person, " Watts said. Historically, many of Ole Miss ' fraternities date back to their national foundlings of the early 1800 ' s where they were to teach young men to be gentlemen and leading in our cultural issues of the day. Fraternities on campus are heavily involved with philanthropy, community service and other organizations, where many of them are presidents or of some higher ranking official. " Fraternities also provide leadership opportunities for students both within the houses and out and about on campus. Since the various houses take great pride in having their members lead, many campus leaders involved with numerous organizations are Greeks, " Watts said. Fraternities provide a way for new students to meet new people - often a very scary prospect - especially for incoming freshmen. Philip Robb, a junior from Alpharetta, GA, rushed his freshman year, 2003, Pi Kappa Alpha for the same reasons Watts joined Sigma Chi, " I rushed because that is the best way to meet people. " With leadership and meeting new people aside, fraternities also go through an intense bonding period while rushing a particular one. Many nights are spent together in the house as they tell stories of where they come, who they are and what they want to be and achieve. " When I leave, I will remember the good times that we ' ve had, the late night talks, the times I felt that I was surrounded by people who care about me. The best thing about fraternities is the closeness that is imparted on each other. Overcoming adversity led to great, long lasting relationships that are hard to come by without that outside force of adversity, " Robb said. Austin Ellis, a sophomore from Jackson, rushed Phi Delta Theta because he felt that he had more in common with this fraternity. " I wanted to be a part of and involved in an organization. I had been to several parties and fraternity events and could see how much fun joining and being a part of a fraternity would be, " Ellis said. " Being in a fraternity opens you up to so many things. I ' ve met so many people through my friends in the fraternity, and I know there ' s always someone willing to do something interesting. I ' m never bored. " The connections and networking done by members are endless, while in college and also upon leaving. Various alumni are now senators of their state, football players in the National Football League and even President of the United States. Sidney Kidder, a sophomore from Senatobia, enjoyed the recruitment process. " I wanted to meet people and have a good time. I also thought it would be a great opportunity to help me get a job when I graduate, " Kidder, a Sigma Nu fraternity member said. " Making new friends either while you are dressed up at a swap or picking up trash at the Sardis Cleanup form relationships that will last much longer than your tenure as a student, " Watts said. 286 Greeks Studying in the fraternity house can be quite hard with all the noise and commotion, so Alan Dukes zones out using his iPod as he studies Organic Chemistry. Bria n Nevill, Bill Joyner and Justin Lovom sit around in the Kappa Sig house watching TV before the night gets started. " Being in a fraternity opens you up to so many things. I ' ve met so many people through my friends in the fraternity, and I know there ' s always someone willing to do something interesting. I ' m never bored. - Austin Ellis Sophomore from Jackson Phi Delta Theta, rushed 2004 II Greeks 287 Parchman and David Kalec stand outside the beams of the Alpha Tau Omega house which is now under construction after a fire destroyed se. The brothers gathered the structure in honor of lurageous men who died i: i-he previous year. 0m r " r ■■I H w QXXtL 4m 1 1 written by Genie Alice Via - photography by Amy Patrick Since the devastating fire ... August of 2004 that destroyed the Alpha Tau ( mega house, the fraternity has spent the year rebuilding their home and becoming close as brothers. Fven without a house ... which to meet, the brothers ol ATO have stood strong and heen there for each other even through a tragedy like ' " it isn ' t a house or a central meeting place thai defines our [brotherhood, but the people within it and the support that comes Iron. those involved, " said Nathan Gray, ATO president. " Our fraternity has ibecomc stronger and closer than ever before, and we are only moving forward to heller and greater things. " The three fraternity members who passed away in the hre. Will Iownsend, Howard Stone and Jordan Williams, will always be Incumbered by the members of ATO and the res. ol the Ole M.ss .community. . .. " Our three fallen brothers will never be forgotten, .ray said. I hey will be memorialized throughout the future of our chapter and also by Ihe University of Mississippi. The scholarshipsmade by the university in memory ol our lost brothers show just that. " Ihe school of accounting set up a scholarship in memory ol Will Iownsend, and the political science department created one ... remembrance of Howard Stone. A scholarship i " memory o| |„rdan Williams will be set up soon. " This just shows how much it means to not only be a member ol the greek community, but of the overall Ole Miss community, " Cray sa.d. " We know that their memory w.ll be embodied in the mind ol everyone who walks through the doors ol our new house because ol their true merit they exemplified in their daily lives. " The entire Ole Miss community came together to provide an overwhelming out pour ol support and generosity alter the devastating blaze that took these three lives and helped ATO back .... its feet. Most gave what they could through donations and sometimes jusl prayers ' ( ,,iy said AT ) could not have done as well as they have without the support of the greek community, the ( )xford community, then ah........ family and friends. , Even though the fire destroyed their home and took the lives ol dure of their members, ATO rose Iron, the ashes and IS continuing . » grow together. . " ATO was not broken by our loss, but rather lifted to a bond as strong as life itself and as lasting as humanity, " he sa.d. ..« " Qheek Councils National Pan-Hellenic Trey Kitchens Panhellenic Jeremy Roberts President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Judicial Board Chair Palimentarian Public Relations Herman Sylvester LaToya Spence Johnathon Cox Angela miller Twaun Samuel Larissa Cotten Anthony Young President Vice President of Recruitment Assistant Vice President of Recruitment Vice President of Judicial Education Vice President of Community Services Public Relations Secretary Treasurer Lauren Moore Ashley Andrews Sophia Zabaneh Sally Goodin Haley Ursic Amanda LeBlanc Rachel Peterson 290 Greeks Suzanne Payette Interfraternity President Vice President of Recruitment Assistant Vice President of Recruitment Vice President of Judicial Education Vice President of Community Services Vice President of Public Relations Secretary Treasurer James Watts Trey Home Ian Navarro Christian Cooper Reid Gresham Semmes Walmsley Marcus Espositio Charles Harris Jeremy Roberts Joseph Warner Greeks 291 Alpha Kappa Alpha Theta Psi Est. 1974 24 Sorority Row AKA ' s take a moment to pose before the Homecoming stepshow. r 1 . iJJUiJi - ■i - Alpha Kappa Alpha members at the Candice Walker Scholarship Gala. Alpha Kappa Alpha members participating in a basketball game. Theta Psi sorors with the graduate chapter at a SisterlyRelations workshop. AKA ' s at the Meet the Greeks stepshow. 292 Greeks Colors Salmon Pink and Apple Green Brittany Pegues and Teela Wilson with the National Vice President. Philanthropy Ronald McDonald House Nicole Tisdale ■T Joseph Warner The ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Larissa Cotton, Latrisha Dean, Lateshia Harris, Janna Hughes, Morgann Lee, Donique Nobles, Brittany Pegues, Brooke Stanford, Trenisha Tallie, Nicole Tisdale, Courtney Walker, Tiffany Webb, and Teela Wilson. Nickname AKA Mascot Frog Janna Hughes Teela Wilson AKA ' s attending a spa workshop. Greeks 293 Alpha Omicron Pi Nu Beta Est. 1957 250 Rebel Drive Trey Kitchens Jessica Massey, Lauren Black, Shannon Burke, Lauren James and Courtney Moffitt on Bid Day. Rebecca Bertrand, Erin Hawley Amanda Miller and Ally McClain at a Formal. AOPi ' s newest members showing some Ole Miss spirit at the Homecoming parade. AOPi members hanging out in the Grove. M»lMJ5fiMp ■ t d Q % « ' ■ « = ' m|| " 99 Ally McClain and Lindsey Morris. Housemother Laura Reid Erin Hawley and Lauren Black. Philanthropy Arthritis Foundation 294 Greeks Cherish Sansing, D.D. McCord, and Amy Wilks. Contributed by Mangiante Photography The ladies of Alpha Omicron Pi Kailyn Aertker, Ashton Agent, Liz Anderson, Lauren Beattie, Rebecca Beckett, Rebecca Beman, Lee Ann Blackwell, Krista Bloome, Lauren Braun, Sarah Carey, Courtney Carlin, Kayla Clark, Mary Cooper Cummings, Brittany Davidson, Elly Deyhle, Sunny Eicholtz, Katie Essner, Laura Anne Gallaway, Tiffany Gammeil, Angela Giglio, Elizabeth Gilmore, Jacque Gipson, Heather Green, Ashley Guthrie, Tiffany Guy, Chelsea Hansen, Kathryn Hardy, Morgan Harris, Ashley Hewett, Amanda Holsworth, Brttani Hurlburt, Kristenjoe, Kaylin King, Carolann Kysiak, Karrie Lance, Rebecca Lee, Anna Leggett, Margaret Lightsey, Lesley Lukinovich, Rachel Madden, Alyssa Mahaffey, Heather Mason, Christine Melancon, Sarah-Marie Miller, Vicki Miller, Chelsea Mills, Lauren Mills, Channing Mitchell, Natalie Montalvo, Aubrey Moore, Molly Moore, Nicki Murray, Mandy Newell, Kasi Palazzone, Jacey Palmere, Carey Ann Pearce, Whitney Pegues, Lindsay Presley, Christina Relyea, Carolyn Rucker, Jennifer Russell, Meghan Scott, Erica Smith, MaryBeth Stanton, Brandi Steen, Kristi Stokes, Brittany Sullivan, Whitney Tarpy, Tori Tedford, Jessica Tesoriero, Allyson Thompson, Samantha Tucker, Jessica Tullar, Megan Tussey, Andrea Warner, Allsion Weddington, Rachel West, Margaret Wilcox, Whitney Allen, Autumn Balentine, Jennifer Beardsley, Rebecca Bertrand, Lauren Black, Staci Black, Kelyn Blackburn, Erin Bockelmann, Lindsey Brame, Lindsay Brock, Elizabeth Brown, Shannon Burke, Martha Butler, Allie Cagle, Amanda Campbell, Amber Carmack, Briana Carstens, Katie Caskey, Courtney Cason, Lauren Clark, Alexis Cornman, Lauren Costello, Selena Cross, Casey Cuba, Alison Davis, Andrea Davis, Bethany Daws, Suzanne Dolive, Megan Edwards, Callie Eldridge, Ashley Emerson, Liz Eva, Leslie Falzone, Brooke Feathers, Jessica Ferguson, Ashley Ferree, Slexis Ferrell, Kayla Fondren, Andrea Garey, Malerie Gatti, Kristen Gent, Taylor Gholson, Megan Gill, Jordan Gomez, Sally Goodin, Erin Hawley, Meg Hendee, Ray Henry, Melissa Hoffman, Andrea House, Lauren James, Amelia Jennings, Megan Knott, Maggie Lancaster, Eleanor Lang, Farah Lavassani, Caroline Lewis, Lauren Ligon, Tara Ligon, Emily Lombard, Jessi London, Christie Martin, Jessica Massey, Alex McAndrews, Trish McCaulley, Allison McClain, Rachel McClure, DD McCord, Merdith McKinney, Mallary McLemore, Katie Mikeska, Margo Miles, Amanda Miller, Alexia Moerman, Courtney Moffitt, Meredith Moore, Lindsey Morris, Jenna Morrison, Jessica Mosby, Katie Mulrooney, Sara Musselman, Carley Navarrete, Michelle Nixon, Meriwether Old, Tiffany Pannel, Meg Patterson, Tiffany Payne, Samantha Pettit, Emily Powers, Sally Putt, Jenifer Race, Elizabeth Rainey, Lindsay Rainey, Amanda Russell, Jocelyn Russell, Kate Salter, Cherish Sansing, Jessica Sanlon, Katie Schuster, Martha Shaw, Sarah Siebert, Chelsea Smith, Marion Startz, Suzanne Steinberger, Jennifer Stephens, Shannon Strobo, Nia Triantis, Kelly Vincent, Kathryn Vinson, Ashlee Ward, Amy Waycaster, Lauren West, DD White, Amy Wilks, Ashley Wine, Laura Young. Nickname AOPi Mascot Panda Bear Girls night out. Liz Brown and Lindsey Morris. Ray Henry, Jordan Gomez, Kate Salter, and Sarah Siebert. Greeks .y Alpha Tau Omega Delta Psi Est. 1927 1 Confederate Drive w 1 ATO members taking a break to gather for a picture. showing Ole Miss spirit at a football game. Alpha Tau Omega ' s in the Grove. ATO members and friends having fun. Colors Old Gold and Sky Blue Marty and Scott Saporito. Philanthropy Homeless Awareness Scaeffer Dane and Tac Crosby. Aaron Ready and Nathan Gray. 296 Greeks Joseph VCarner The men of Alpha Tau Omega James Anderson, Reed Barrett, Ben Benvenutti, RickyBryan, Ryan Byrne, Ransom Campbell, John Chapoton, Adam Choate, Brett Clothier, Sean Colwell, Tac Crosby, Tyler Cummins, Matt Cutrer, Schaeffer Dane, Taylor Dillahay JK Dillehay, Andrew Disner, Joel Duff, Andrew Eagan, Trey Edwards, Elliot Embry, Daniel Fears, Reece Fischer, Ryan Flannery, J.C. Fleming, Mitch Goddard, Nathan Gray, Tom Grumley, Patrick Harkins, Justin Hawkins, George Henry, Samuel Holdiness, Ryan Huling, James Inman, Tristen Jackson, Jason Johnson, David Kalec, Ryan Keen, Rob King, Michael Knottek, Jason Lamb, Brent Lindsey Travis Llewellyn, Brandon Lockhart, Caldwell Lucas, Daniel Meadows, Will Mintz, Scott Montgomery, Austin Moore, Pierre Mouledoux, Zac Parchman, Aaron Ready, Trace Reddick, Clint Richardson, Jonathan Rickert, Jake Sanders, Scott Saporito, Joe Sawyer, John Sensing, Andrew Shivers, David Sibley, Evan Silkman, Forbes Sirmon, Bart Smith, Blair Sneed, Nathan Sowell, James Story, John Sullivan, Neil Tabor, Busch Thoma, Bart Tracy, Jared Tucker, Taylor Vandever, Kevin Vogel, Sean Weidlein, Charlie White, Andy Wyant, and Grady Wyly New Members: Andrew Bacon, Patrick Bates, Barrett Beard, John Becknell, Billman Billman, Justin Byrd, Taylor Capocaccia, John Cassidy Nick Conway, Duane Daves, Jacob Davis, Mason Dye, Josh Evans, Turner Fisher, Adam Floyd, Andrew Forsdick, Preston Gordon, Andy Greaser, Cameron Griffin, Carter Hamilton, Robert Hamric, Lee Harris, Cliff Harris, John Heniken, Jack Hicks, Sam Holmes, Andrew Hortman, Pete Hotard, Blake Hunter, Scott Hussey Forrest Latta, Wilson Lindsey, Chris May Winston Moran, Brandon Morris, Michael Nesbitt, Petey Peters, Graham Purcell, Roop Rupert, Shanks Shanks, Chris Slayton, Jon David Smith, Uri Sowell, Will Stroud, Hunter Stroup, Justin Sumrall, Ross Turner, Michael V otta, Johnny Wahl, Alex Wheatley and Dillon Winship. Nickname ATO Symbol Maltese Cross Scott Montgomery and Elliot Embry. J.C. Fleming and Tyler Cummings Gator Bash 2005 297 BetaThetaPi Beta Beta Est. 1879 404 Confederate Drive Josh Robinson, Ryan Hibbard and Dusty Lamport mingle with their dates at Spring Formal. Josh Robinson, John Herzog, Zane Park and Chase Welch hanging out. David Chew, Colonel Reb and Ryan Hibbard cheer on the Rebels in the Grove at a football game. Actives pledges gather for dinner on Bid Day. Jack Weir and Chase Welch. Colors Red and Blue Biggest Event Ole Man River Don Rodriguez and Sean Ross. Brett Butler and Bart Reising. 298 Greeks Trey Kitchens The men of Beta Theta Pi Jackson Abies, Jeff Beitler, Michael Bradley, Brett Butler, David Chew, Casey Cockerell, Chuck Crenshaw, Joel Curtis, Tyler Dixon, William Fuller, Gabe Harrison, John Herzog, Ryan Hibbard, Hunter Higgs, Jamie Hill, Clark Hunter, Adam Kirby, Dusty Lamport, Barton Norfleet, Chase Ogden, Zane Park, Josh Reeves, Bart Reising, Josh Robinson, Garrett Sears, Josh Swan, Stu Swanson, Bill Walker, Semmes Walmsley, Jack Weir and Chase Welch. New members: Josh Baker, Tyler Bliss, Mike Dalton, Will Drennen, Kevin Dudek, Austin Fogerty, Jarod Gregory, Trey LeBlanc, Ben Lewis, Kyle Lewis, Brent Myers, Thomas Reiker, Dominic Rodriguez, Sean Ross, Scott Stewart, Will Talent, Clayton Thompson, William Thompson, Andrew Walker and Jeffrey White. Nickname Beta Jeff Butler and David Chew. Symbol Dragon 5art Reising and Josh Robinson. Sean Ross, Kevin Dudek and David Chew. )9 Chi Omega Tau Est. 1899 256 Rebel Drive Trey Kitchens Chi O ' s get groovy at Sigma Chi ' s Derby Day . Chi Omega ' s in the Grove just before a big game r w L - f Jf ■ - -» i . r H KS Wrj JP 1 Jh A jx V 5 ' 7 (B - mJF rm m , J W pa i Mary Kate Sims, Sheley Farris, Sarah Knight and Katie Farris are all dressed up and ready to go. Caroline Varner, Adele Caldwell and Meg Sheridan enjoying a swap. Housemother Sarah Duke Philanthropy Gardner-Simmons Home Sarah Martin Ball and Tina Heitmann. Kristin Davis and Noelle Hanson. Drew Magee and Tante Roberts. 300 Greeks Contributed by Mangiante Phoography The ladies of Chi Omega Sophomores: Katherine Allen, Erin Bemdt, Sara Berry, Sally Spears Black, Briana Bodkin, Whitney Boone, Dabney Brown, Mary Righton Brown, Becky Broyles, Maggie Bullock, Katie Childress, Carlin Cochran, Katherine Coleman, Mary Jane Davis, Stephanie Davis, Jeegna Desai, Laura Doty, Katie Farris, Sheley Farris, Anne Freeman, Erin Freeman, Jillian Fry, Garth Fuchs, Rebekah Gannaway, Lacey Hill, Maggie Helow, Libby Hill, Dabney Hopkins, Elizabeth Jones, Jordan Jones, Katherine Jones, Olivia Kaigler, Claire Kelly, Madison Kilgore, Sarah Knight, Katie Korb, Jessica Langbehn, Magan Lawrence, Jane LeGros, Claire Liedtke, Stephanie Little, Kelli Lott, Laura Beth Lyons, Alice Martin, Ruth Maudlin, Sara Tyson McDaniel, Jordan McKibben, Marie Nicholson, Ashley O ' Dea, Kitty Patterson, Emily Penn, Lauren Pickering, Nancy Powers, Paige Primos, Vance Rebarchak, Morgan Reichel, Kendra Reynolds, Katie Roberson, Elisabeth Sandlin, Mary Tait Seldon, Elizabeth Sharp, Meg Sheridan, Mary Kate Sims, Heather Sneed, Bonny Spurlock, Katheryn Tate, Kathleen Taylor, Rebecca Taylor, Lindsay Thomas, Katie Veazey, Alex Waldrup, Ann Elize Waller, Stribling Whites, Ashley Whitright, Margaret Williamson, Juniors: Rachel Allen, Tommie Allen, Dabbs Anderson, Angela Arnold, Blakeley Austin, Katheryn Barry, Allison Beckham, Laura Blackwell, Mary Beth Boler, Audrey Bourland, Claire Brabec, Sarah Rose Buchanan, Callie Calhoun, Ann Catherine Campbell, Brittany Carmichael, Catherine Carter, Caroline Collins, Kate Czesnakowicz, Claire Dugas, Allison England, Whitney Evans, Marisabel Figueroa, Hunter Floyd, Ann Fly, Tracy Fowler, Mary Katherine Gholson, Heather Gilbert, Stephaine Grear, Sarah Haas, Jariel Hairston, Noelle Hanson, Carolyn Grace Hawkins, Marty Hitt, Martha Hollis, Ann Homolik, Flemingjames, Claire Jones, Scarlet Jones, Michele Keith, Mollie Kidder, Katherine Kimmel, Margaret Ann Klinke, Emily Ladyman, Mary Alden Landford, Rebecca Lewis, Lindsey Louviere , Mary Katherine Mallette, Megan McKibben, Katherine Megar, Jill Mixon, Mary Grace Mooney Allison Morgan, Peyton Moss, Anne Mullen, Babbs Murray, Meg Musselwhite, Ann Christopher Peacock, Katie Pigott, Jane Critz Pillow, Paige Prestage, Claire Rogers, Courtney Simmons, Alice Smith, Claire Smith, Lucy Smith, Tricia Smith, Page Solana. Denise Stadler, Margaret Taylor, Haley Tubbs, Caroline Vamer, Emily Vaughan, Jill Vescovo, Lauren Wade, Ana Reed Walker, Mary Allison Weldon, Holly Whitaker, Christina White, Mary Catherine Williams, Medley Wilson, Ann Elise Winn, Seniors: Suzanne Adams, Brittany Aills, Sarah Lawrence Allen, Amie Arnold, Sara Martin Ball, Melissa Bandy, Suzanna Best, Sarah Love Bickerstaff, Julia Bledsoe, Jackson Boyd, Marianna Breazeale, Karen Brickey, Margie Brown, Brooke Carmichael, Lauren Cheek, Ryn Davis, Kate Denney, Miles Diffee, Bobbie Ducker, Beverly Dulaney, Caroline Dye, Jill Emerson, Ellen Fisher, Hilary Gainer, Carly Ginn, Jordan Graves, Taylor Gresham, Laura Harris, Mollie Hederman, Tina Heitmann, Lollie Henry, Rebecca Hollis, Rachel Holt, Ellen Jordan, Lee Ann Kaigler, Elise Leslie, Hadley LeSourd, Amanda Lynch, Drew Magee, Amanda Marsalis, Haley McCabe, Meredith Monsour, Judith Ann Montiel, Natalie Morgan, Helen Mulherin, Caroline Murphree, Lauren Noel, Sloane Porter, Katherine Potts, Madeline Price, Tante Roberts and Mary Allyn Roulhac. New Members: Brooke Adams, Sarah B. Ager, Natalie Anderson, Bekah Avery, Angela Barlow, Britney Barnard, Katy Berry, Eiane Bobo, Amanda Boozer, Margaret Britt, Alex Bucaciuc, Katie Buford, Lelia Burkhalter, Adele Caldwell, Martha Campbell, Natalie Chamoun, Erin Chester, Ashley Church, Anna Booth Clay, Christin Cochran, Claudia Cowan, Kate Cunningham, Archer Davis, Kristin Davis, Jane Marie Dawkins, Mandy DeVore, Mary Hannah Dunning, Frannie Farris, Hillary Freeman, Leisel Gresham, Ann Rainey Halton, Sarah Hamilton, Molly Hennessy, Kelsey Higgs, Trisha Hopkins. Shallon Hunter, Ann Kirk Jacobs, Ann Elizabeth Kay, Barrett Keith, Beth Kincade, Josie Kitchens, Liz Langenfelder, Layson Lawler, Mary Gwen Lynch, Hannah Martin, Allie Matthews, Elizabeth May, Katie McCabe, Laci McCullough, Mary Grace McGuire, Camille McKinley, Molly Meadors, Ragan Mueller, Keely Nash, Nan Natcher, Ellie Nichols, Kate Olivi, Christina Person, Jacqueline Poe, Ryn Pollard, Kathryn Powell, Susan Powell, Mary Mitchell Purvis, Emily Ragland, Madeline Randall, Laura Rickman, Kristen Robinson, Anna Ross, Kathryn Robinson, Anna Ross, Kathryn Ruleman, Mary Scarborough, Ashton Seip, Molly Shivers, Emily Skelton, Kimbrell Spencer, Abigale Stanbury, Julie Still, Shelby Strong, Anne Taylor, Jordan Thomas, Cassie Tindell, Lauren Vanlandingham, Kelly White, Kathleen Williams, Camille Willis, Taylor Wilson, Conoly Witherspoon, Marion Wood, Elizabeth Ann Young and Lucy Young. Nickname ChiO Mascot Owl Margaret Williamson and Laura Doty. Tina Heitmann and Kathryn Barry. Jackson Boyd and Sloane Porter. Greeks 301 . Delta Delta Delta Chi Est. 1904 Trey Kitchens Delta Delta Delta ' s officers are smiling for the camer a on the stairwell of the Tri Delt house. I r A group of Tri Delts pose with their letters on Bid Day 2005. A group of Tri Delt seniors ready for a night out on the town. The Tri Delt ' s posing for the judges after dancing at Sigma Chi ' s Derby Day. " 51 Housemother Aunt Mary Pettey i. iitah Polly Allen and Leigh Ainsworth 302 Greeks Phi Delt Redneck swap. Philanthropy St. Jude ' s Children Research Hospital Smiling Big. Contributed by Mangiante Photgraphy The ladies of Delta Delta Delta Mimi Acuff, Ashley Adams, Leigh Ainsworth, Sarah Akins, Brittany Allen, Polly Allen, Annie Anderson, Ashley Anderson, Chrissy Anderson, Gina Anderson, Kate Archer, Katy Avrea, Anna Aycock, Andrea Baker, Allison Barnes, Co urtney Bames, Marley Bennett, Leslie Berryhill, Whitney Blonkvist, Dorothy Boone, Amanda Bostick, Heather Braasch, Marley Braden, Bry Brantley, Camille Breland, Cathy Brewer, Taylor Butler, Sarah Canizaro, Caroline Cannada, Katie Cannada, Jane Carey, Whitney Carr, Fowler Carson, Megan Cease, Liz Chadwick, Leah Chancellor, Camille Chapman, Christina Clark, Lindsey Cockran, Ashlee Cole, Laura Collins, Conlee Cooper, Jennifer Crowley, Sarah Cummings, Charlie Dettbam, Elizabeth Durkee, Ana Maria Echiburu, Wendy Edwards, Laura Ellis, Courtney Erickson, Ginger Evans, Katie Finnegan, Laura Finnegan, Ann Lee Floyd, Anna Frederick, Lauren Freeman, Mary Katherine Gilmore, Julia Givens, Kara Givens, Catherine Grenfell, Carrol Gunn, Kerri Guy, Emily Guyton, Anna Marie Hall, Susan Hall, Caroline Hardy, Carolyne Haskins, Sara Beth Haynie, Stephanie Henson, Anna Herzog, Leslie Hill, Hollie Hines, Kathryn Hubbard, Lauren Hussey, Katy Hutchinson, Jennifer Ingram, Morgan Jackson. Kelly Jeanes, Katie Jeffreys, Jessica Jenkins, Kim Jensen, Lauren Johnson, Graham Jones, Kallie Karper, Betsy Kelly, KK Kelso, Lena Kay Kent, Kali Kimbrough, Jarrett Kincade, Andrea King, Emily Laird, Jordan Laird, Emily Lamb, Leigh Lancaster, Julia Larsen, Vaughan Leatherman, Kristen Lee, Elizabeth Livingston, Melissa Love, Sara Love, Laura Low, Olivia Lusco, Fisher Luster, Laura Magee, Lauren Magli, Jile Mallet, Elizabeth Marbury Pfeifer Marley, Melissa Martin, Blythe Matthews, Liza Maxey, Alison McFall, Carrie McGrew, Olivia McLaurin, Morgan McLeod, Caroline McNeel, Anna McVey, Megan Meador, Katie Merrell, Karen Merriwether, Shannon Miller, Anna Milner, Bess Mitchell, Emily Molpus, Anne Morrow.Kristen Murff, Caroline Murphy, Smith Nail, Anna Leigh Nance, Virginia Naryka, Ashley Nelson, Sara Nicholson, Mary O ' Connor, Strider O ' Keefe, Sarah Oswald, Megan Pace, Paige Patrick, Jennifer Penley, Lindsey Phyfer, Leslie Pitcock, Laura Pittman, Kate Ragland, Jennifer Riemann, Becky Roberson, Katharine Robinson, Kory Rogers, Megan Russell, Julia Schimmel, Rith Schimmel, Mandy Schmidt, Taylor Schmidt, Margaret Scott, Regan Shackelford, Leigh Shannon, Lacey Shaver. Lynley Shields, Maggie Simmons, Katie Soderquist, Cheryl Spain, Mary Spotswood, Jean Stalcup, Michaela Stanwood. Whitney Stark, Meghan Storey, Megan Stout, Kathleen Sullivan, Kathy Summers, Sally Summerson, Megan Sunday, Brittany Taylor, Lauren Taylor, Leigh Taylor, Carter Thomas, Mary Thomas, Kelly Towers, Lauren Tucker, Betsy Vause, Jenilyn Vick, Cassie Walhood, Brittany Walker, Laurie Walker, Whitney Wall, Chrissy Wason, April Webb, Betsy Wesson, Katy White, Lauren White, Naggie White, Rachel Wilkes, Abbey Williams, Sally Willingham, Keli Wood, Jenny Word, Claudia Worrell, Holly Yarber, Jenny Young and Mary Young. New Members:Molly Aiken, Laura Beth Allison, Anna Brittain Antici, Anna Lauren Aven, Tay Bailey, Markie Barnes, Whitney Bames, Megan Beasley, Laura Blackledge, Lee Bobo, Blanton Box, McLean Brittingham, Austin Brown, Ivy Bryant, Nicole Buffmgton, Laura Burkhalter, Anna Carpenter, Graham Carson, Courtney Cedatol, Maribeth Cook, Megan Daniel, Jessica Dollar, Blair Dorrough, Anne Elliot, Elizabeth Ann Evans, Lauren Fassero, Marcella Faz, Clansey Flautt, Brett Ford, Lyndsey Fry, Jane Claire Garren, Hannah Gwin, Megan Harris, Christine Haynes, Dallas Hill, McClain Holloway, Amanda Huff, Jenny Hurlburt, Anna Jones, Kate Karper, Aryn Jayne Kelly, Marion Keyes, Marion Kincade, Emma Lancaster, Laura Lang, Meagan Letteri, Caroline Lomax, Rachel Lowe, Megan Mahoney, Kristina Makey, Michelle McAuley, Meg McCormick, Mandy McCoy, Mackin McKinney, Kelleigh McLeod, Elizabeth McRight, Meagan Michell, Meade Miller, Amanda Jo Mims, Anna Nuzzo, Clara O ' Connor, Ally Pace, Molly Pace, Alice Parker, Meredith Parker, Courtney Patton, Ashley Perkin, Ali Pilcher, Lindsey Pratt, Mary Ellen Ray, Krista Redmond, Lindsey Reedy, Susan Ashley Richburg, Laura Skelton, Anne Smith, Megan Somerville, Julia Taff, Harper Taylor, Lee Taylor, Lauren Tee, Abby Thurmond, Natalie Weaver, Elizabeth Webb, Branch White, Laura Beth Wilson, Heather Windham, Lindsey Zepponi and Jessica Zettergren. Nickname Tri Delt Girls ' night out. Laura Collins, Olivia Lusco and Camille Breland. Mascot Dolphin Fisher Luster, Pfeifer Marley, Kate Archer and Mary Spotswood. Greeks 303 Delta Gamma Alpha Psi Est. 1873 203 Sorority Row Whitney Crisp, Jill Waycaster and Tara Smith accepting a first place trophy at Derby Day. Delta Gamma members taking a break in the Grove for a picture . Brooks McDonald, Caroline Hoke, Rachel Motes, Carolyn Eley and Betsey Bailey are all smiles. Dee Gee ' s all dressed up to go " out and about " . Erin Johnson, Candace Shelton, Ellen Heaton and Elizabeth Black. Housemother Nancy Maddox Philanthropy Service for Sight Elizabeth Black and Erin Johnson. Katie Lentile and Heather Quinn. 304 Greeks Contributed by Mangiante Photography The ladies of Delta Gamma Leslie Abide, Anna Claire Abraham, Meghan Ainsworth, Emily Aldridge, Amber Andrews, Ashley Andrews, Ashley Archer, Kari Arentson, Shannon Ashbum, Drew Bagley, Allison Bailey, Betsey Bailey, Meredith Bailey, Morgan Baker, Betsy Barefoot, Come Barkley, Mary Ann Barrett, Cam Beall, De Beazley Katie Bell, Kellie Bell, Elizabeth Black, Jeannie Blair, Rachel Blair, Emily Blount, Katie Boleware, Amanda Boozer, Caroline Boyd, Katie Brereton, Abigail Broome, Lindsey Brown, Julia Bryant, Cameron Buchanan, Carrie Burch, Holly Burton, Melissa Ceasar, Hollee Cheek, Erin Clark, Candace Clayton, Carley Clayton, Kathryn Cole, Meg Coleman, Mary Beth Conway, Palmer Cope, Whitney Crisp, Megan Crockford, Katie Crosby, Jenna Culpepper, Lauren-Ashe Dantzler, Candace Deer, Melissa Deibler, Jillian Donahue, Lauren Dove, Cassie DuBois, Jennifer Duddleston, Ashley Dugger, Anna Dunlap, Lauren Dye, Abbie Eason, Jodie Edwards, Carolyn Eley, Julie Ely, Lauren Fair, Jaclyn Fike, Catherine Foil, Sarah Fontenot, Lindsey Fowler, Haley Fratesi, Emmaline Graham, Marian Park Gray, Margaret Gregory, Laurin Gross, Martha Guinn, Mae Hanafee, Lauren Haney, Amanda Harmon, Alicia Harper, Ashley Harrison, Austin Harrison, Beverly Hatten, Ellen Heaton, Sarah Heer, Martha Lynn Hill, Natalie Hill, Lizzy Hinton, Caroline Hoke.Linnae Hoppe, Nellie Hoppe, Julie Howell, Ellison Howie, Karen Jefferies, Erin Johnson, Cary Johnston, Kimberly Kilpatrick, Leigh Allyn King, Mindy King, Amanda Kistler, Jamie Knight, Abby Kostka, Katie Laird, Paige Latham, Mairin LeBlanc, Katie Lentile, Ashley Lishman, Lacey Livingston, Becca Lowther, Mallory Magro, Diana Marascalco, Elizabeth Martin, Katie Martin, Mallory Mathis, Morgan Mathis, Katie Maxwell, Emily May, Emily McCraw, Salley McCraw, Meredith McDaniel, Brooks McDonald, Courtney McFarlin, Jessi McHan, Virginia Mclntyre, Arabella Montgomery, Lauren Moore, Claire Morris, Rachel Motes, Mary-Brandon Norman, Emily O ' Heam, Ginger Parker, Leslie Phillips, Elizabeth Piazza, K ' dee Pigg, Amanda Pirani, Mollie Porter, Hardin Powell, Heather Quinn, Georgia Anne Ray, M. A. Ray, Abby Reeves, Anna Reeves, Rachel Roberts, Erin Robertson, Katie Rogers, Anne Roybal, Carley Russell, Kimberly Rutland, Megan Sabbatini, Elizabeth Sanford, Carol Scarbrough, Suzzy Schaffhauser, Mary Margaret Schuchard, Brinkley Shappley, Mary Kathryn Sharpe, Candace Shelton, Lauren Smith, Tara Smith, Mary Smothers, Bridget Stanford, Catherine Stanley, Meredith Stanley, Shay Still, Lindsey Thompson, Brittany Thornton, Cassi Thrash, Carmen Timbes, LizAnn Trayal, Jessie Van Dyke, Allison Wall, Sarah Wall, Lane Walton, Grace Watson, Jill Waycaster, Shannon West, Danielle Wheeler, Jenni White, Margie Whiteside, Bryce Whitley, Caroline Wicker, Emily Wilkins, Lizzie Williams, Rachel Williams, Caroline Winters, Jenna Wix, Cori Woods, Kelly Wright, Amanda Wyatt, Sarah Yaun and Elise Young. New Members: Jessica Barnthouse, Brooke Beard, Lindsay Bethea, Kendall Bingham, Catherine Black, Meghan Black, Morgan Bradley, Dori Carter, Elaine Clark, Katie Clibum, Chelsea Collins, Ashley Czeschlin, Laura Dalton, Kimmie Denapolis, Whitney Denham, Leigh Anne Foil, Cece Fourchy, Libby Gaffney, Keli Gaunce, Ashley Gragson.Amie Guffin, Austyn Gunter, Kate Hall, Aly Hanson, Janae Harris, Jennifer Harris, Lizy Heard, Dorothy Jean Hicks, Dendy Hogan, Maurie Hogue, Elizabeth Howard, Anna Catherine Hughes, Marly Jeffries, Sara Jimenez, Mary Morgan Johnson, Ashton Kelley, Kelly Knight, Emma Koon, Julie Kurdelmeyer, Susan Lawrence, Brooke Ledbetter, Alisha Li, Reagan Lightsey, Meredith Lott, Brooke Mansfield, Mallori Mapp, Mary Lea Mars, Ellen McCaa, Blair McDonald, Kellie McDonald, Leigh McDowell, Betsy McGahey, Emily McLeod, Heather McMahan, Megan McRaney, Maggie Merrell, Grace Miller, Meghan Milloy, Mackenzie Mitchell, Sarah Mokry, Jamie Nash, Ashlea Odom, Christina Palmer, Lauren Parker, Lindsey Peresich, Mary Phillips, Melissa Pierotich, Lauren Robertson, Anna Rogers, Allison Sain, Anna Sanford, Jill Scarbrough, Catherine Servati, Aynslee Smith, Ruth Stanley, Cameron Sweeting, Katie Watkins, Lacey Weatherall, Jaime Weaver, Meagan White, Sarah Catherine White, Allyce Wilbanks, Kate Williams, Diana Wills, Logan Wilson, Aubrey Wingo, Elizabeth Yerger, Abigail Yoe and Megan Yoste. Nickname Dee Gee Symbol Golden Anchor Anne Roybal and Carley Russell. Julie Ely and Melissa Deibler. Jodie Edwards, Julie Ely and Melissa Deibler. Creeks 305 . » Delta Kappa Epsilon Chi Est. 1850 317 Fraternity Row Clark Smith, David Weiland, Kenan Lewis, Peyton Harper, Michael Farrar and David Martin enjoying a rafting trip . Some Dekes in New Orleans for summer rush party. Clark Smith, Brandt Cox and Nate Stabler are all dressed up for Alumni weekend. Delta Gammas and Deke ' s stop to take a picture at the Powderpuff football game. tin and Scott Masterson Colors Crimson, Blue and Gold 306 Greeks Jake Todd and Deke sweetheart, Lezlie Wilkerson Philanthropy Mississippi Diabetes Foundation Michael Pittman and Weber Hill Joseph Warner The men of Delta Kappa Epsilon Elder Brown, Ryan Bullock, Brandt Cox, Britt Dowell, Hill Dupuy, Barrett Fannin, Make Farrar, Ben Geeslin, Trey Gibson, Austin Gray, Brian Hayden, Peyton Harper, Weber Hill, Ryan Hutchinson, Eric Hutto, Justin Jeffus, Chris Kemp, Dan Knighton, Keman Lewis, David Martin, Scott Masterson, Blake Mogabgab, Blake Moyer, Parker Nesbit, John Nothdurft, Michael Pittman, Hunter Shaw, Chandler Sinclair, Matt Sitton, Clark Smith, Trey St. John, Baylor Steele, Thomas Terrel, Jake Todd, Chase Treadway Adam Vinson, David Weiland, David West, Charlie Wildman and Alex Yakulis. New members: Corwin Arthur, Audre ' Bienvenu, Harrison Bradford, Ryley Brown, Derek Christensen, McCord Coleman, David Ellis, Will Fargo, Tim Finn, Chris Floyd, Jordan Fuller, Brandon Hardison, Tyler Holmes, Mac Jones, Ben Maguusiak, Blake Messer, Jack Mueller, Brad Newman, Ben Price, Mark Randell, Marc Russell, Tim Roman, Chris Sapereto, Josh Stewart and Steven Thompson. Nickname Deke Symbol The Rampant Lion Trey Gibson and Alex Yakulis 3 nnin and Ryan Hutchinson Gray y Delta Psi Saint A ' s and friends on a visit to London, France. ni 1 T THiriEF LEPPfl FPDFl ; 1 1 ' Chis Bishop hanging out with Colonel Reb. Roun McNeal, Bob Lynch, Josh Kipp, and Andy Stevens having fun at Haunted Hall. Delta Psi members enjoying an alumni cookout. Colors Gold and Azure Blue 308 Greeks Rachel Cambum and Townes Maxwell. Mascot Saint Anthony Eric Seepe and Alex Beasley. Brad Ward. Trev Kitchens 1 I The men of Delta Psi Josh Jeanson, L.V. McNeal, Adam Clay, Townes Maxwell, Jeff Reeves, Stephen Senmark, Chris Bishop, Andy Stevens, Tim Stine, Alex Taylor, Chad Thiessen, Dru Ashoo, Dustin Markle, Garrett Mclnnis, Roun McNeal, Alex Beasley, Robert Duke, Franco Healy Daniel Hedglin, Joshua Kipp, T.J. Koger, Bob Lynch, Marcus McGrath, Brent Roth, Brad Ward, Josh Burwell, Ben McMurtray Ben Piper and Eric Seepe. New members: Marcos Cerdiera, Jonathan Clay, John Darnell, Daniel Hoing, Make Laney, Brian LeBaron, Keith Luke, Andrew Michael, Jack Murray Chapman Smith, Garrett Strickland and Windsor Yuan. Nickname Saint A ' s Symbol Tau Cross L.V. McNeal and Jill Brawner.. Jill Brawner, James Justice and Rachel Camburn. Bob Lynch and Alex Beasley. Greeks 309 y Delta Sigma Theta Lambda Sigma Est. 1974 25 Sorority Ro w Elizabeth Chapman This group of girls is proud to Delta ' s. These Delta ' s are all dressed up and ready for a night out on the town. Members of Delta Sigma Theta pose for the camera. A group of Delta ' s just having fun together and smiling for the camera. Y ' esha Willliams, Mariah Cole and Ashley Cole 310 Grc Colors Crimson and White Jomonique Neal and Ashley Collins Philanthropy Boys and Girls Club of America Jeannie Adams and Brittney Smith Joseph " Warner The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Carol Polk, Lashaunda Rogers, LaToya Spence, Candace Adams, Isis Zulu, Danielle Totten, Carla Cotwright, Gigi McCaskill, Ashley Collins, Jessica Ayers, Yeshia Williams, Tacarra Toles, Shae Cousin, Kemisha Trantham, Carmen Coulmes, Brittney Smith, DeAngela Harris, Eruke Ohwofqsa, Ruth Ball, JoMonique Neal, Jeannie Adams, Mariah Cole and Teresa Barter. Tacarra Toles and Jomonique Neal Nickname Delta Mascot Elephant Gigi McCaskill, Ashley Collins and Latoya Spence Delta ' s at Halloween Greeks 311 ..« Kappa Alpha Alpha Upsilon Est. 1865 Stewart Rhodes and John Lyle Shaw on a Ski Trip. A group of KA ' s go crazy for the camera. Jimbo Moss, Brittney Wilkes, Brittney Allen and Brian Hey smile for a picture at a formal. Brian Hey, Morgan Wiggers, and Sherrod Taylor stop to take a picture while enjoying some cigars. i 5k BBh M " - I p w 1 _■ _J» • ' Ho usemother Ruth Miller David Minto and Brian Hey Philanthropy MDA Fight Night David Minto and Jason Vassar Jake DeVantier and Bailey Fair 312 Greeks era The men of Kappa Alpha Order Clay Adams, Matt Apple, Breland Applewhite, Jonathon Bass, Andrew Bogle, Walter Brand, John Carroll, Matthew Chambliss, Clay Chapman, Hunter Charbonnet, Brent Church, Jamie Coleman, Michael Coleman, Jason Cook, Will Covington, Thomas DeBray, Cass Dogen, Patrick Dogan, Gene Douglass, Jordan Downs, Wright Drummond, Brad Earwood, Cole Ellet, Bailey Fair, Matt Ferree, William Fincher, Taylor Findley, Andrew Galbrierz, William Gillis, Todd Grow, Trey Guerueeri, Lance Gurley, Hunter Haney Daniel Harrison, Evans Heithaus, Brian Hey, Tyler Holmes, Kyle Jacobson, John Cole Jennings, Christopher Johnston, Daniel Johnston, Luke Koon, Justin Kramer, Brady Lance, Holmes Lilly, Kenny Lyons, Will Maddox, Jonathan Maki, Michael Marino, Rob Marsh, Rob Martin, Van Martin, Ben Matthews, Brian Mathias, Myles McDougal, Daniel McFatter, Jeff McMullan, David Minto, Barrett Mitchel, Lee Mize, Wesley Mockbee, Alex Moffett, Ryan Moran, Jimbo Moss, Michael Murff, James Newman, Evan Norton, Ben Overwyk, Hunter Palmer, Blake Parsons, Warren Pate, Buddy Patrick, Brand Patterson, John Payne, Chris Pepper, Bret Pierotich, Ross Quinn, Bryan Raybum, Anthony Rector, Austin Rhodes, Stewart Rhodes, David Rice, Will Ridgeway, Will Robbins, John Roberts, Walter Robison, Jordan Russelll, Matt Rutherford, John Lyle Shaw, Stephen Shaw, Taylor Sledge, F.D. Sorrel, Justin Spencer, Rob Stephenson, Bennett Stoneburner, Sherrod Taylor, Lofton Tew, Jason Vassar, Juels Victor, Heath Viner, Doug Ward, David Washburn, Sam Waters, Stephen Whatley, Jay wiegartner, Morgan Wiggers, Patrick Williams, Austin Wilson, Damon Wofford, Andrew Wood, Thomas Woods and Benton York. New members: Brett Adams, Stephen Altenbach, Hunter Arnold, Matt Barley, Christian Barnes, Brett Benson, Matt Benton, James Bordelon, Oby Brewer, Sam Carpenter, Andrew Corr, Willie Correll, Chase Cromwell, Brantley Davidson, Harry DeBray, William Denney, Jake DeVantier, Buster Dickerson, Whit Dowlen, Doug Earthman, Addison Edmonds, Blake Edwards, Jared Epps, Matt Glover, Knox Graham, Benton Green, Mark Gregory, Barrett Hails, Brannon Harrison, Price Henley, Andrew Hitchcock, Spencer Holcomb, J.D Howell, Blake Jackson, Lee Jolly, Andrew Jones, Chandler Kaplan, Tyler Kidd, Rob Langley, Taylor Long, Walker Lusk, Drew Mauldin, Yan McKibben, Ben Meeks, Jim Miller, Mat Minyard, Kyle Moor, Will Murray, Clarke Norton, Henry Paris, John Patton, Weldon Pless, Josh Pollock, Nelson Rainey, Patrick Richardson, Jason Roberts, Brendan Rodgers, Albert Sappington, Phillip Schmidt, James Schwetye, Parker Sheffield, Banks Shepherd, Dan Size, Travis Sledge, David Steeele, Michael Stephens, David Stover, Harry Tucker, Rush Valentine, Dougles Williams and Mark Wyatt. Nickname KA Colors Crimson and Old Gold Hunter Honey, Banks Sheppard and Brett Adams Taylor Sledge and Will Frazier Jimbo Moss and Matt Miller 13 Kappa Alpha Theta Epsilon Zeta Est. 1979 3 Rebel Drive Jean Donkle, Caroline Thomas and Virginia Kelley just hanging out. Kappa Alpha Theta ' s spending time together in the Grove before a football game. A group of tough Theta ' s pose for a picture at the Kappa and Deke powder puff tournament. A group of Theta ' s pose for a picture right before the My Tie date party. !dwards and Callie Wright 3 14 Greeks Housemother Nancy Fowler Philanthropy Court Appointed Special Advocates Liz Harrington, Erin Smith and Sally Kate Shepherd Kim Veazey and Ashley Rodgers - Contributed by Mangiante Photography The ladies of Kappa Alpha Theta Blake Allen, Virginia Armstrong, Christina Baca, Casey Bauer, Jenni Beasley, Diane Bidek, Jamie Bilyeu, Emily Blackwell, Audrey Bly, Lyndsey Brady, Marisa Brantley, Holly Brent, Melissa Brents, Amber Brown, Kendall Brown, Sara Budslick, Elaine Bunin, Sarah Bynum, Lindsey Cagle, Jessi Cantrell, Kate Camahan, Laura Carter, Julia Chancellor, Mae Chandler, Lindsey Clements, Jennifer Coleman, Elizabeth Crook, Brittany Crawford, Kathryn Dalby, Emily Davis, Emily Derringer, Lindsey Deweese, Elise Dillingham, Rachel Doenges, Jean Donkle, Ashley Doucet, Ashley Dulaney, Jordan Edwards, Heather Ellis, Corey Ellison, Ellon Eubank, Shelly Ferguson, Catherine Frey, Magdalen Garcia, Rachael Garrett, Vivian Gibson, Jenny Gordan, Aimee Graef, Trade Green, Brooke Griffin, Kelly Gross, Meredith Gross, Katie Groves, Elizabeth Harrington, Meredith Hastings, Liz Helander, Jessica Herring, Taylor Hill, Lauren Hoffman, Rachel Holt, Sarah Holt, Katie Hopper, Virginia Houston, Liindsay Huett, Beth Huggins, Amy Jenkins, Patrice Jones, Laura Jordan, Sarah Jordan, Virginia Kelley, Mary Jane Kerr, Kate Kesler, Stephanie Kirkbride, Mary Lariscy Dena Lester, Ashley Maloney, Melissa Marchant, Danielle Marcoux, Laura Maraion, Kelsey Martin, Meredith Matthews, Abby McCarver, Elizabeth Miers, Kelly Miller, Stephanie Milo, Sarah Mitchell, Morgan Moody, Lauren Moore, Natalie Moore, Kristen Morse, Susan Neal, Laura Kate Oswald, Hannah Payne, Kylie Phillips, Kelly Priddy Whitney Pruett, Alison Reed, Jessica Reeves, Kate Renshaw, Brittany Rials, Maggie Robertson, Ashley Rodgers, April Rodgers, Veronika Rozmahelova, Meg Ryan, Allison Scott, Katelyn Scott, Johna Sewell, Elizabeth Sharpies, Sally Kate Shepherd, Lindsey Sinquefield, April Smith, Ashley Smith, Cassie Smith, Erin Smith, Stephanie Smith, Samantha Solomon, Jane Soneson, Lauren Sosnowski, Mary Gunn Spragins, Rachael Sprinkle, Brooke Thebeau, Caroline Thomas, Ann Lauren Thomson, Palmer Trawick, Shanna Tubb, Ashton Turner, Michelle Vance, Kim Veazey, Laura Beth Walden, Haley Walker, Jade Walker, Jessica Walters, Lauren Weatherall, Katie Weems, Dana West, Jessie White, Kristin Wightman and Callie Wright. P Nickname Theta Symbol Kite Vir jinia Kelley and Jean Donkle race Armstrong and Cassie Smith Caroline Thomas and Magdalen Garcia 1 5 y Kappa Delta Alpha Mu Est. 1897 204 Sorority Row Trey Kitchens A group of Kappa Delta ' s wait for the results of Homecoming maids to be announced All the Jackson Kay Dee ' s celebrate with new members on Bid Day. Kimie Smith, Lisa Miller, and Betsey Peterson smiling big on Bid Day. This group of Kappa Delta ' s travel to cheer on the Rebels in Nashville for the Vanderbilt game. Housemother Judy Perminto Claire Killen and Whitney Gadd. 316 Gr Taylor Ann Miller and Elle Worsham Philanthropy Prevent Child Abuse America Kendall Sanders at Theta Encore Contributed by Mangiante Photography The ladies of Kappa Delta Michelle Bolton, Lindsey Boyd, Shelby Brune, Camille Cangelosi, Bonnie Carr, Jena Clinard, Ramsey Cruise, Laurie Beth Cox, Jessica Deckshot, Laura Dixon, Ashley Dunn, Shelly Evans, Johannah Faulk, Emily Frolich, Kate Garner, Stephanie Gadd, Shellie Harmon, Eliza Hegwood, Eleanor Hightower, Lauren Holland, Emily Hood, Lauren Hull, Lauren Hughes, Haley Jones, Lauren Kottas, Mandy Legg, Katie Maxwell, Taylor McCutcheon, Beth Merrill, Cathryn Miller, Claire Montgomery, Abbie Morgan, Tara Nail, Lainey Newton, Katie Richardson, Elizabeth Riviere, Jenni Rotenberry, Abigail Sample, Joey Sessums, Amy Stanfill, Jennifer Tolbert, Ansley Tollison, Jenna Torjusen, Haley Ursic, Amanda Wallace, Marion Warfield, Adrienne Wessler, Mackenzie West, Grace White, Martha Wade Wilson, Mary Margaret Adcock, Alexis Allen, Liz Alley, Stephanie Archer, Erin Atkinson, Becca Bailess, Danielle Barrows, Lacy Barger, Kate Blankenship, Heather Burchfield, Jenny Lind Bussey, Amy Calvert, Leslie Coakley, Sara Curie, Alicia Dean, Julie Douglass, Jennifer Dunagin, Lauren Lee Favreau, Kristen Fountain, Meredith Frazer, Bea Gaskin, Anna Gatlin, Mary Cile Glover Rogers, Leigh Gemert, Sammi Gould, Bonnie Grace, Ashley Grayson, Jenny Guyton, Lauren Harrison, Katie Hawkins, Anne Mane Hebert, KK Hebert, Gail Henson, Ashlee Hightower, Carrie Hinson, Lauren Houk, Kala Hudson, Jenni Johnson, Carleen Keng, Kara Long, Caroline Malloy, Sarah Martin, Mallory May, May Vaughn McGee, Melanie Moore, Ashleigh O ' Quinn, Neesa Peterson, Meghan Powell, Laura Risher.Jade Robertson, Rebekah Robinson, Ann Clark Roland, Margaret Ryan, Jessica Sappenfield, Shaunna Savner, Holley Slabaugh, Caroline Sledge, Courtney Spahn, Anna Beth Stephens, Mary-Baldwin Temples, Hope Thompson, Kourtni Trehern, Summer VanderBoegh, Mary Esther Waldron, Amanda Webb, Sellers Westover-Schwartz, Lori Whaley, Heather Wiggins, Colby Willis, Laura Willis, Jessica Wilson, Melissa Wood, Margaret Zimmerman, Amy Baron, Paige Bee, Natalie Bell, Kate Bennett, Erika Berry, Kara Bevilaqua, Katelyn Blount, Dewey Brashier, Meredith Burgess, Mariel Carter, Caroline Castigliola, Ada Cheng, Emily Coakley, Megan Courtney, Alicia Donald, Melanie Douglas, Liz Duffy, Gini Eldridge, Amy Ethridge, Kourtney Fargason, Maryanna Finney, Rebecca Flanigan, Elise Gilbert, Lauren Goulet, Raney Grantham, Christin Hagan, Shannon Hampton, Noell Harris, Halley Hennington, Jessie Hill, Margaret Hines, Sarah Gant Holleman, Haley Howell, Hillary Hubard, Laura Hudspeth, Anne Moreland Hughes, Megan Hughes, Holly Hurley, Mary Claire Jagor, Kristen Jernigan, Brittney Johnson, Amanda Jones, Mary Ellis Kahlstorf, Angela Kelly, Jilly Lang, Emma Magee, Anna Leigh May, Catherine McDaniel, Katie Mclntyre, Charlotte Mintz, Carly Moss, Heather Murray, Mallory Neely, Libby Newton, Katie Patridge, Morgan Pennington, Lauren Peyton, Lauren Phares, Emily Phillips, Page Portas, Leigh Power, Lindsey Presley, Alyssa Ramirez, Kelly Rawlings, Bess Scrivner, Noel Strianse, Virginia Thompson, Elizabeth Todd, Rachel Treen, Mary Margaret Turner, Morgan Walter, Keeley Wamp, Julie Ward, Anna Watson, Caroline Webb, Meghan West, Carter White, Mary Williamson, Jaklyn Wrigley Libba Zuckley, Abby Banahan, Megan Barnes, Mallory Blanchette, Robyn Bolton, Christina Bryant, Kris Budde, Caroline Burgess, Sara Burrell, Kelli Byrd, Maegen Calhoun, Brittany Canterbury, Lacy Carr, Mary Clippard, Stephanie Coker, Courtney Conley. Mallory Crandall, Kirby Crawford, Ashley Daniel, Anne Drowne, Peyton Feigley, Hillary Finlen, Genny Frascogna, Lauren Furr, Whitney Gadd, Molly Garland, Jennifer Geny, Brittany Gilmore, Colleen Gravley, Dani Griffin, Emily Haggard, Whitney Haley, Jordan Hebert, Hailey Henry, Catherine Herrington, Lauren Hightower, Jaime Hilton, Ellen Howard, Bethany Hubby, Lindsay Jordan, Claire Killen, Jennifer Langhart, Jennifer Lawrence, Anna Lee, Claire Leftwich, Kate Lezon, Ashley Linton, Mallory Logan, Haley Martin, Lauryn Martin, Nicole Massey, Megan McKenzie, Lisa Miller, Taylor Miller, Catherine Millette, Peggy Minis, Erin Mitchell, JoAnne Nabors, Lindsey Nelan, Laura Oakes, Liza Parkes, Leighton Payne, Hannah Persia, Betsy Peterson, Melissa Pigott, Elizabeth Rathbone, Brett Reed, Emily Reed, Courtney Rigdon, Katheryn Sadler, Maggie Sain, Kendall Sanders, Laura Schilling, Suzanne Schmitt, Kimie Smith, Ross St. Vigne, Claire Temples, Lacey Thiel, Kristina Thomas, Collins Tuohy, Sarah Vizard, Elizabeth Walker, Laura Walsh, Patricia Walters, Mallori Wardlaw, Jessie Wilson, Katy Witt, Ginger Woodruff and Elle Worsham. Nickname KD Mascot Teddy Bear Ashley Atiyeh at Derby Day Danielle Barrows and Bonnie Carr Haley Martin at Theta Encore Greeks 3 1 7 Kappa Kappa Gamma Delta Rho Est. 1870 211 Sorority Row Trey Kitchens Amelia Case, Colonel Reb and Camille Covington at the Powder Puff football game. Kappa Kappa Gamma members enjoying a wedding swap. Lizzie Philip, Amy Chernus, Megan Walters, Lacey Franklin and Amelia Case out in Oxford. Kappa ' s staying warm in the Grove. Hallie Yarborough and Rachel Jackson. Housemother Sheila Black Christina Psillas and Samantha Gibbons. Philanthropy Reading is Fundamental Jessica Henson and Margaret Bracey. 318 Greeks Contributed by Mangiante Photography The ladies of Kappa Kappa Gamma Maggie Agnew, Allie Aiello, Heather Alexander, Meredith Allen, Carley Andrews, Caroline Angle, Brittany Baker, Sarah Ball, Kristin Bancook, Caroline Barber, Blaire Barham. Erin Barnhart, Carrie Barr, Alex Becknell, Jennifer Beebe, Lindsey Beeman, Kyla Benson, Cara Ann Biggs, Mignon Borne, Kristen Bouck, Ashley Bowles, Lauren Boyd, Margaret Bracey, Lacey Bradford, {Catherine Bradshaw, Natalie Brister, Margaret Brown, Kristi Bucksbarg, Lizzie Burck, Ashley Butler, Emily Butler, Anne Carriere, Hannah Carter, Kasey Carter, Amelia Case, Lindsey Catalano, Mary Chadbourne, Charlotte Chandler, Amy Chemus, Kathleen Childress, Anna Clement, Katie Clore, Lauren Collins, Rachel Collins, Maegan Copeland, Mary Costello, Mackenzie Coulter, Camille Covington, Rebecca Covington, Bethany Crabtree, Whitney Cross, Meredith Culp, Laurie Dale, Anne Davis, Elizabeth Davis, Mary Davis, Lesley Demperio, Lauren Dollerschell, Kate Downey, Kate Driesbach, Sarah Dunigan, Ellie Dupuy, Emily DuQuesnay, Katherine Durrett, Ellen Earthman, Rebeka Eckols, Ally Elrod, Katie Emge, Lindsey Etling, Mary-Hendrix Fabris, Elizabeth Fischer, Mary Flanagan, Eleckra Fortune, Lacey Franklin, Leigh Furlough, Margaret Gage, Amanda Galloway, Monet Gauthier, Ashby Geary, Samantha Gibbons, Lauren Gibson, Paula Gibson, Christine Goletz, Kate Gottsacker, Lauren Graham, Allison Gwyn, Kristi Hall, Haley Hankins, Bess Harkey, Jamie Heidel, Chelsea Helms, Jessicca Henson, Mary Henson, Katie Hiatt, Ashley Hill, Rebekah Hill, Sarah Hill, Kathryn Holland, Lara Hood, Sarah Hood, Ashley Hooks, Ashley Hooper, Julie Hopkins, Elli Horn, Carley Howl, Morgan Hoyt, Kristen Hymel, Michelle ' Ivshin, Rachel Jackson, Ashley Jennings, Megan Jennings, Jennifer Johnson, Katie Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Jenna Jones, Johanna Kearns, Elizabeth Kelley, Michelle Kenney, Claire Kerckhoff, Sperri Kern, Kaylyn Kerr, Kathryn Kmsey, Ashley Klearman, Whitney Kuhn, Melissa LacyAshleigh Lambert, Janna Lang, Christy Lassiter, Carrie Lathem, Meg Leiter, Kate Lindsey, Kathryn Line, Amber Lockwood, Kate Lowry, Lauren Magliocca, Megan Manning, Molly Manning, Sarabeth Marshall, Leigh Anne Martin, Maggie Mathius, Amanda Mayes, Rainey Mayo, Ashley McArthur, Sam McDermott, Rachel McDuffle, Kate McEvoy, Megan Mitcham, Katie Mixon, Caitlin Mizell, Emily Moore, Lauren Moore, Allison Morgan, Ashley Morgan, Emily Mosquera, Megan Mullane, Catherine Murphy, Kristina Navarro, Katherine Noel, Jessica Norman, Lauren Pace, Lindsey Pate, Paige Pearsall, Caroline Peck, Harrison Perry, Katie Peterson, Mary Peterson, Micheal Pettiette, Sally Phelan, Elizabeth Philip, Mary Pilgrim, Emily Pizzo, Michele Plaia, Carolyn Piatt, Lauren Pond, Maggie Porter, Ashley Powell, Bethany Prince, Christina Psillas, Kelli Reiff, Corie Riden, Kristen Riesenbeck, Allsion Roberts, Mandy Robertoson, Andrea Rowling, Rachel Sanderson, Katherine Sands, Charlotte Saunders, Aimee Schreiner, Kristen Schwetschenau, Caroline Shanklin, Margaret Shaw, Katrina Shirley, Whitney Simms, Katie Sinclair, Laura Smith, Kalyn Soensken, Katie Staudinger, Maggie Stieven, Julia Stoll, Maggie Straeter, Laura Strickler, Jasmine Sullivan, Bethany Swanger, Kelly Taylor, Elise Thomas, Micah Thomas, Mckamy Tiner, Lauren Tolbert, Carly Turner, Emily Uline, Haleigh Uncapher, Kelly Usilton, Brigid Wahl, Chelsea Walker, Ashley Waller, Hattie Walter, Megan Walters, Autumn Waska, Suzanne Weaver, Meredith White, Emily Wilson, JaNae Wilson, Emily Wommack, Brittany Wood, Katherine Wood, Peyton Woodson, Mary Wright, Amanda Yancey, Hallie Yarbrough, Mary York, Abigail Youngblood, Sophia Zabaneh and Brittany Zeleskey Nickname Kappa Symbol Golden Key :ie Costello and Lacey Franklin. Bid Day Party at the Levee. Ashley McArthur. Greeks 319 Kappa Sigma Delta Xi Est. 1926 412 West Row Kappa Sigma ' s at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas for a baseball game. Scott Harris, Ian Navarro and Lee Arthur stoping to take a picture in the Grove. Keith Russel, Matt Love and Ian Navarro having fun in Las Vegas. A group of Kappa Sigma ' s hanging out on the back porch at the house. Housemother Sarah Gough James Suert at South Seas. Lee Arthur and Ragan Neeley. Philanthropy Diamond Day Ian Navarro and Dan Lawler. 320 Greeks Trey Kitchens The men of Kappa Sigma Lee Arthur, Matt Bailey, Ben Bevill, Grant Boone, Stephen Brown, Kyle Buffolino, Kevin Burke, Todd Chapman, Alex Conerly, Steven Cox, Jeff Creel, Chance Davis, Blake Deaton, Chris Donovan, Alan Dukes, Ben Ellard, Marcus Esposito, Erick Evans, Stephen Fletcher, Sam Garner, Miles Ginn, Jake Griffin, Patrick Griffith, James Halligan, Scott Harris, Greg Haydon, Frank Herron, Morgan Herterich, R.L. Hesson, Billy Hopkins, Jon Huff, Will Janoush, Lee Johnston, Bill Joyner, Matt Jurgens, Lee Kemp, Stewart Killgallon, Bryan King, Kirk Kuykendall, Dan Lawler, Graham Legate, Matt Love, Justin Lovom, Kyle Luber, David Lucius, Adam Malone, Brandon Marshall, Cary McCormick, Robert McCormick, Scott McDaniel, Alastair Miller, Brent Morris, Matt Morris, Scott Morris, Matt Murray, Ian Navarro, Shane Neugabauer, Brian Nevill, Tyler Osteen, Simon Page, Conner Perkins, Ben Phillips, Brian Power, Zach Richards, Jason Rider, Chase Robinson, Richard Rodriguez, Keith Russell, Morin Scott, James Sehrt, Justin Sherman, Bobby Shuey, Stephen Strong, Andrew Taylor, Jeremy Taylor, Blake Terry, Wesley Thomas, Dustin Thompson, Charlie Thornton, Bryan Titus, Patrick Turner, Paul Turner, Seth Walley, Graham Welsh, John White, Kyle Widdows, Elliot Willard, Joseph Williams, Ryan Winn and Martin Zentner. New Members: Walker Agnew, Wesley Aldred, Mo Al-Turk, Matt Akinson, Jimmy Bamett, Brad Beard, Austin Boudreaux, Ryan Brooks, Carter Burwell, Spencer Butcher, Devin Caboni - Quinn, Kody Cannon, Raynor Clifton, Josh Covacevich, Chase Davis, Phillip Dean, Ford DuQuesnay, Seth Ellrich, Ben Garret, Ray Hawkins, William Hegwood, Brents Herron, John Hibbert, Wade Holeman, Colin Hughes, Paul Hurd, Josh Kimbrow, Berett King, Hayden King, Mike Klug, Karl Kosman, Mitch Lawrence, Daniel Loomis, Hal Michael Lott, Preston Maxcy Trey McGivem, Jeffrey McGuire, Price Monroe, JW. Mulkin, Ragan Neeley, Richard Perkins, William Pierce, Frank Roecker, Gray Romo, Paxton Russell, Brent Smith, William Somerville, Rick Stavig, Aaron Steffey John Edward Stovall, Jon Sweet, Wynne Taylor, Tyler Torbett, Lynn Tutor, Vahid Wafapoor, Scott Waltke, Zach Wiseman and Colby Witwer. Nickname Kappa Sig Symbol Star and Crescent Greg Haydon and Zach Richards. Matt Love and Chance Davis. Alan Dukes and Keith Russel at Pi Phi Cops and Robbers swap. Greeks 32 1 PhiMu Alpha Delta Est. 1926 201 Sorority Row Trev Kitchens Phi Mu members Hannah Sooter, Erin Krafft, Andi Black and Jennifer Jeansonne at a candlelight. go Ashton Thomas, Kate Baly, Mandy Watkins and Meagan Stokes stop for a pose outside the Phi Mu house. Lauren Smith and Allison McPherson welcome Laura Nabors on Bid Day. Phi Mu ' s receive the 2005 Chancellor ' s Cup. Amy Pollan and Julie Conkin. Housemother Joan Clark Maggie Campbell and Caroline Lund. Philanthropy Children ' s Miracle Network Caitlin Davis and Brittney Shully. 322 Greeks Contributed bv Mangiame Photography The ladies of Phi Uu Ashley Alford, Katie Allnutt, Allison Ashford, Kristen Ater, Lou Ann Balducci, Kate Baly, Clancy Bambrick, Kameron Barbour, Virginia Bamett, Bess Barrett, Christina Bassettt. Heather Berry, Rachel Birdsong, Andi Black, Natalie Bradley, Olivia Brame, Jenny Bramlage, Jenna Brinson, Sarah Brown, Whitney Browning, Jordan Brush, Ashley Buckman, Jessica Caldwell, Claire Campassi, Maggie Campbell, Sara Carter, Logan Chaney, Anne Cofer, Cassie Cole, Lauren Coleman, Kristen Conner, Alii Cowan, Ashley Crowley, Laura Cummings, Laura DAntoni, Paris Danesh, Caitlin Davis, Caroline Davis, Caroline Dawson, Kim DeBrock, Amy DeHaven, Meagan Edelen, Sarah Edwards, Morgan Estes, Elizabeth Eyler, Codee Fineberg, Kelley Ford, Rachel Forde, Nicole Forrest, Kelly Forshee, Mallory Friend, Smith Greer, Katy Anna Grisham, Ann Claire Guest, Sylivia Hall, Margaret Hammond, Meghan Hand, Madeline Hankins, Lauren Hardwick, Anne Harper, Jennifer Hathcock, Angelena Heath, Lindsey Heglar, Carolyn Hill, Megan Hoggard, Margot Holland, Michelle Howard, Rachel Howard, Brittain Hungerpillar, Amy Jacobs, Jennifer Jeansonne, Jessica Jordan, Blythe Keenum, Katie Kitchens, Jackie Korte, Erin Krafft, Kate Kyle, Amanda LeBlanc, Caroline Lund, Chessa Lytle, Kristen Marriam, Elise Mayfield, Mims McGowan, Lauren Mcintosh, Leah Mcintosh, JoAnna McKenzie, Allsion McPherson, Lindsey Medlock, Allison Moll, Haley Moore, Laci Morris, Paige Moses, Erin Murphy, Erin Muzzi, Amy Nobile, Brittany Oliver, Cassye Oliver, Katherine Osbome, Meghan Parham, Courtney Paton, Hallie Pearson, Lauren Pearson, Laura Phillips, Morgan Pickard, Amy Pollan, Morgan Pollock, Allyson Presley, Megan Pritchard, Anna Ramsey, Ashlee Reid, Lauren Roberts, Mallory Robinson, Kathleen Roche, Deana Rogers, Shannon Rudd, Mallory Rudolph, Rachel Ruello, Winslow Rymph, Lindsay Russell, Nichole Sanders, Sarah Katherine Sanders, Jenny Sappington, Meaghan Schenk, Sarah Self, Jordan Shepard, Maureen Shorter, Britany Shull, Katie Shumpert, Lauren Smith, Leigh Smith Vaniz, Amber Smithers, Hannah Sooter, Keely Spicher, Jennifer Stegall, Leslie Still, Meagan Stokes, Haley Strode, Anna Sullivan, Ashton Thomas, Samantha Thomas, Camille Tongate, Libby Tongate, Nikki Totoro, Tutor Merrill, Ashley Ulm, Marianthi Veneris, Genie Alcie Via, Laura Warriner, Mandy Watkins, Taylor Wheatley, Grace White, Karthryn White, Randi White, Abbey Williams, Lanier Wright, Sarah Yancey and Lauren Young. New members: Emily Armstrong, Brooke Bames, Mary Virginia Bartlett, Lana Beachum, Sarah Beennett, Laura Cialone, Julie Cloud, Carrie Beth Cole, Brittany Coleman, Julie Conkin, Ruth Ann Cooper, Rebecca Coward, Kelsey Cowart, Ashley Dix, Jordan Dottley, Morgan Drawe, Brittany Earls, Lauren Engleby, Haley Friend, Molly Gatling, Lauren Georgia, Magan Glorioso, Nicole Goodwin, Carolina Hall, Audrey Hardin, Katherine Harris, Cassie Head, Mandi Memric, Becca Hendley, Ashley Hilton, Kelley Hodges, Jessica Hughes, Jordan Johnson, Brittany Jordan, Sarah Landry, Kristen Lee, Lauren Lee, margo Little, Lana Malkovich, Lauren may, Ashton McElhany, Anna McLelland, Malory McNulty, Maggie Medders, Alise Michael, Rebekah Mills, Ashlie Ming, Saron Mitchell, Christi Morgan, Brittany Moss, Laura Nabors, Chelsea Newton, Alexa Patterson, Aubrey Powell, Lauren Powers, Kristen Pullen, Lauren Rich, Michelle Robilio, Alyson Rosettti, Stephanie Rozier, Mary Margaret Sanders, Kay Sanford, Danielle Schopp, Jessica Schrader, Kalyn Shelly, Alex Singer, Lydia Siniard, Dorothy Spencer, Sydney St. Martin, Megan Stafeil, Jayme Stanley, Kaleigh Stevens, Claudia Still, Taylor Storment, Erin Stratton, Kristan Suddarth, Allyson Taylor, Whitney Thompson, Katy Wharton, Ashley Williams, Bethany Williams, Cassie Wilson and Ramie Young. Flower Rose Carnation Sigma Chi and Phi Mu Biker Swap. Mascot Sir Fidel Lion Logan Chaney and Paige Moses. Lindsey Mitchell and Caroline Dawson. Creek.s 323 Phi Delta Theta Mississippi Alpha Est. 1877 Bert Worley, Robert Blackmon, Jared Peters, Jimmy Nix and George Ball get down and dirty and Mud Day. Matt Gainer, Michael Gusmus, Cotter Norris and Luke Harris in the Grove before the Alabama game. The Phi Delts enjoy this year ' s pledge retreat. A group of the Phi Delta Theta ' s at a bow fishing trip in south Louisiana. Housemother Eloise Rollins Field Norris and Heath Houston e i c« 22fe VENICE U. e Fishing in Venice, La. Flower White Carnation Mud Day 324 Greeks Trey Kitchens The men of Phi Delta Theta Phillip Adkins, Kirk Antici, Conner Bills, Charles Blount, Thomas Box, Clay Carroll, Patrick Cooney, John Cooper, Drew- Cowan, Will Cowan, Curran Foose, Harrison Giles, Roy Granger, Reid Gresham, Hunter Hollingsworth, Heath Houston, Davis Nichols, Field Norris, Hunter Quinn, Logan Rutledge, Drew Shands, David Smitherman, John Stringer, Taylor Trezevant, Dan Walker, Sam Walker, Oliver Williams, Eustace Winn, Robert Aiken, Charles Allen, Fenton Anderson, Chris Barnes, Chris Bell, Timmy Bertucci, Drew Brendle, Ramsey Brock, Reynolds Bromley, Trae Bryant, Clint Cartwright, Beau Chambliss, Jack Cunningham, James Dale, Matt Edwards, Clark Ezwell, Greg Fox, Willis Frazer, Michael Gayle, Walker Hengst, William Hennessey, Mike Higginbotham, Jeff Hogan, William Jeter, Hunter Jones, Sterling Ki dd, Carter Landis, Wicke Lewis, Jimmy Love, Sam Lynch, Lyle McKinney Hite McLean, Ryves Moore, Sean O ' Neal, Johnston Oppenheimer, Matt O ' Rear, Daniel Peake, Nerren Pratt, Web Raulston, Patrick Roberson, John Shanks, Daniel Smith, Bryant Trotter, Will Tucker, Greg Waidner, Tyler Wohrman, Scott Wynne, Tate Antici, Ben Biddle, Michael Blowkvist, Reid Bowen, Matt Bumdine, Travis Bustamante, Parker Bynum, Patrick Chaffin, Bo Dobson, Justin Dyre, Austin Ellis, John Evans, Sam Fonda, Matt Gainer, Eric Graves, Wright Greer, Robert Gunby, Michael Gusmus, Luke Harris, Baker Heppenstall, Ward Hieronymus, Thomas Hines, Kirkland Maxey, Hilson Merrill, Miles Morris, Harbert Muherin, Alex Munderloh, Ryan Murphy, Parker Neyland, Justin Nix, Lee Noel, Cotter Norris, Blake Patterson, Jack Phillips, Jason Pope, Phillip Sandifer, Chris Skinner, Hofer Stone, Webb Thomas, Chase Thompson, Greg Van Volkenburg, Brevard Walker, Josh Walker, Charlie Weissinger, Baker Williams and Gamer Williams. New members: Jody Acosta, Roy Anderson, George Ball, Brett Barham, Evan Bertucci, Shipley Beatty, Robert Blackmon, Taylor Burks, Bo Catoe, Chip Childers, Matt Davis, Phillip Day, John Graves, John Greer, Riley Hen ton, Beau Hil, Peyton Hines, John Payton Hood, Cooper Hopkins, Justin Jenkins, Raleigh Kent, Stephen Kneip, Lee Koons, Hemdon Luce, Hutch Martindale, Ewan McCauley, Kessler McGowan, Lee Miers, Winston Miller, John Muir, Jimmy Nix, Pat O ' Connell, Michael O ' Mell, Adam Panayiotou, Rob Park, Jim Pegram, Benton Perkins, Jarred Peters, Van Poindexter, Thornton Ratliffe, William Rhodes, Jesse Robinson, Trey Shanks, Wade Skkinner, Robert Skrmetta, Justin Sparks, Jon Tidwell, Miller Vance, Fred Van, TJ. Weaver, Patton Webb, Bowen Wier, Chase Williams, Cole Wise, Bert Worley and Jey Yancey. Nickname Phi Delt Ivy League Biggest Event Ivy League Bryant Trotter and Hofer Stone watching a Rebel baseball game Greeks 3. Phi Kappa Psi Mississippi Alpha Est. 1857 315 Fraternity Row Trey Kitchens Mike Silkwood, Anthony Riviere and Ward Brewer at a volley ball tournament for the Oxford Humane Society. Ben Musgrove, Mike Haddock and Mark Solomon at a Halloween party. Brent Bergin, Mike Haddock and Tyler Donahue at a party. Ben Tatum and Taye Biddle getting acquainted. Tony Gole and date. 326 Greeks Housemother Olivia Lancaster Greg Gomez. Philanthropy Boys and Girls Club Anthony Riviere and Lance Bloom. Joseph Warner The men of Phi Kappa Psi Chris Arnold, Ward Brewer, Brian Clark, Will Cook, Stephen Gubelman, Brant Hood, George Hutton, Brett Kittredge, Craig Lane, Robert Metzger, Tim Pierse, Anthony Riviere, Zach Rowalt, Jim Sievers, Mike Silkwood, John Wilbert, Evan Wright, Keith Austin, Lance Bloom, Joe Brandon, Tyler Donahue, Brennan Ferdig, Tim Givens, Tony Gole, Greg Gomez, Mike Haddock, Sam Hodgson, Ben Jackson, Ben Musgrove, David Sharp, Mark Solomon, Brad Sweet, Ben Tatum, Jason Wieloch, Ellis Roussel, Jay Mitchell, Brad Clark, Brent Bergin, Benton Evans, Stephen Pruitt and Mack McKinney. New members: Richard Banks, Justin Bax, Jay Boling, R. K. Cox, Tyler Davidson, Shea Griggs, Joshua Ellis, Brandon Helmes, Nick Hunter, Denton Jackson, Joshua Jennings, Colin Knight, Joshua Lowrance, Alex Masten, Dane Provence, Jimmie Ragsdale, Jeffrey Shafizadeh, William Stohler, Boom Tennet, Dustin Tidwell, Pete Weiss and Peter Wetzel. Colors Cardinal Red and Hunter Green Biggest Event Riverside Blues Brian Clark. Keith Austin and Brett Kittredge. )e Brandon and friend. ■ks 327 Phi Kappa Tau Delta Gamma Est. 1969 501 Fraternity Row Phi Tau ' s hanging out in the British Virgin Islands. A group of Phi Tau ' s and their dates at Crush Party. Will Heldenfels Adam Thrash and Kristen Polanski, Sarah Patterson hanging out. Cheering on the Rebels in the grove. The men of Phi Kappa Tau Drew Armendinger, Paul Arnow, Chap Arst, Chris Bailey, Trey Beckham, Chris Beerman, Tyler Berry, Wayne Bryan, Cameron Bryant, Andy Bucak, Matt Carpenter, Gordon Clark, Mike Clark, Mick Cohan, Brent Colbert, Sean Connolly, Ryan Cook, William Culp, Brian Davis, Greg Davis, Andrew DeBuy, Nick DeMelfi, Stuart Doyle, Nathan Dudney, Austin Duke, Darren Dwyer, Michael Eggers, Dan Ellis, Paul Foster, Robert Foster, Adam Frese, Kyle Greer, John Griesedieck, Tom Griesedieck, Chris Grillis, John Gundlach, Justin Halvorson, Matt Harris, Aston Haswell, Matthew Hatcher, Will Heldenfels, Collin Helms, Matt Hitt, Patrick Hughes, Steven Johnston, John Keener, Jake Kesterson, Matt Klein, David Landis, Jacob Laumbattus, Jeremy Lee, Matt Ludowig, Brian Lusk, Turner May, Collin McGee, Rob McKenzie, Will McQuiston, Ross Merriman, Nick Meyer, Steve Minch, Chris Mitchell, Matt Morrigan, Brad Nielsen, Doug Penner, Mike Peterson, Marcus Piccirillo, Park Roach, Garrett Rouse, Hildon Sessums, Robert Shaw, Aaron Smith, Will Sorrell, Michael Spilker, Adam Thrash, Eric Vazquez, Mac Wansley, Burton Webb, Thomas White, Bryce Willen, Blake Young and Jarrad Zaiser. A group of Phi Tau ' s stopping to take ji; a picture at the Phi Tau formal. Colors Harvard Red and Old Gold Philanthropy Hole in the Wall Camps Nickname Phi Tau 328 Greeks Alpha Phi Alpha Nu Epsilon Est. 1978 t 1 1 „ i j,. iHH Alpha Phi Alpha ' s hanging out in the student union. The Alpha ' s pose for a picture before stepping. Norie Cotton poses for a picture as Miss Black and Gold. The men of Alpha Phi Alpha Marcus Parks, Twaun Samuel, Silas Richmond, Aaron Rollins, Rozerrio Camel, Willie Haynes, Darren Hargrove, Katory Bradley amd Thomas Hampton. Alpha ' s performing at a Rust College step show. Philanthropy Boys and Girls Club Nickname Alphas Mascot Sphinx Greeks 329 Pi Beta Phi Mississippi Beta Est. 1963 254 Rebel Drive Trey Kitchens The Pi Phi Powder Puff team poses for a group shot at the Deke and Kappa philanthropy event. W. w 1 A vHi V P P .« bM» |(V%.;.|«FrJF ' ■■; zJ M A group of Pi Phi ' s enjoying a girls ' night out. Joanna Mott, Rachel Peterson and Addie Curran smiling for the camera. Lindsay Baker, Erin Mattingly and Taylor Warden smile after a flag football game. Kendall Shiftier, Courtney Titus and Allison Liles. 330 Greeks Housemother Rose Hodgin " Mama Rose " Meredith Smith and Lezlie Wilkerson. Philanthropy Links to Literacy Amy Stanfill and Susan Ellmer. w it out Contributed by Mangiante Photography The ladies of Pi Beta Phi Sara Abramson, Courtney Aldredge, Maria Augustine, Lindsey Baker, Aly Bing, Elyse Bingham, Brady Black, Blythe Bravo, Ashley Brod, Amanda Brown, Katie Brown, Adrienne Bruno, Caitlin Bujnoch, Paige Camerer, Heather Canaan, Hannah Chotin, Anne Coleman, Nicole Cook, Laura Cubley, Addie Curran, Courtney Daniel, Brittani Davidson, Carly Dickson, Kristin Dillard, Cat Dilworth, Elise Doster, Colleen Dove, Jan Eftink, Susan Ellmer, Sloane Fangman, Lisajo Faulkenberry, Jackie Ferri, Stephanie Fraley, Meaghan Frazier, Monica Gailes, Leslie Gardner, Graceann Graves, Kirby Gribble, Sarah Griffin, Allyson Gunn, Mia Gutierrez, Blair Hamby, Kelly Harding, Carmen Hayden, Summer Heimbuch, Leigh-Anne Hemenway, Hilary Henderson, Sara Henderson, Sarah Henley, Sara Hill, Juliann Hinrichs, Allison Hogan, Olivia Holland, Ashley Hollensbe, Taylor Hotz, Alysssa Hylander, Viki Ingram, Allison Johnson, Abbey Jones, Lauren Kimsey Amanda Ledbetter, Allsion Liles, Caroline Lites, Christina Lopez, Gretchen Lozez, Courtney Madden, Missy Mannion, Cat Martello, Margaret Martin, Erin Mattingly, Jordan McCaffrey, Elizabeth McCann, Alaina McClain, Darby McDaniel, Meredith McKinney, Julia McManus, Jessica Moosa, Allison Mott, Joanna Mott, Haley Nethery, Whitney Nicosia, Charlotte Ogbum, Sarah Patterson, Ginny Patton, Natalie Petersen, Rachel Peterson, Samantha Porter, Cailin Quirk, Kira Reaver, Jaimee Redd, Katherine Rice, Paige Richard, Lea Richardson, Megan Riddle, Celia Ridley, Catherine Robinson, Mary Elizabeth Roe, Audrey Rogers, Blair Runnells, Sarah Sabin, Megan Sellers, Kathleen Shade, Megen Sharp, Kendall Shiffler, Rachel Shook, Kathryn Simmons, Meredith Smith, Brittany Spencer, Katie Spollen, Amy Stanfill, Joanna Stone, Sara Jane Strickland, Ann Marie Sukmann, Amy Sullenberger, Kara Tison, Courtney Titus, Laurie Traughber, Tara Vigilanti, Emily Waller, Megan Wantland, Taylor Warden, Heather Weltner, Kellee Wassell, Tyler White, Whitney White, Lezlie Wilkerson, Randi Wilkins, Abby Williams, Gretchen Williams, Katherince Wiltz, Ali Wren, Leigh Anne Wright, Mary Wyzar and Kendall Youngblood. New members: Hannah Alizadegan, Paige Anderson, Alanna Auter, Shannon Barry, Bailey Bartholomew, Brittany Blake, Amy Boyd, Stephanie Brooks, Maggie Brown, Brittney Burchfield, Laura Cannon, Emily Chambers, Elizabeth Crook, Julia Cruzen, Chelsea Cusimano, Amy Daniel, Jamie Davis, Lauren Dickhaus, Margaret Dilworth, Alex Edwards, Kellie Evans, Alisoon Filbin, Tori Franz, Christine Frost, Cameron Futvoye, Allison Gamer, Natalie Gibson, Erin Gipson, Katherine Griffith, Katrina Hagen, Erin Halford, Ashley Hardy, Ashley Hassen, Sydne y Herrin, Whitney Hines, Kelly Hogan, Chelsea Howell, Chelsea Hughes, Emily Ingerbretsen, Jackie Ingram, Megan Irbry, Lacey Jacks, Britni Jaggers, Sloan Johnson, Tricia Joyce, Kristen Kennedy, Kiely Lavery, Katie Logan, Michelle Luber, Ashley Martin, Grace Matrangos, Gabby McGaughy, Kelsey McKeithen, Melissa McKeithen, Melissa McMahan, Stacey Medlin, Lauren Mullinax, Ashley Olson, Casey Paxson, Maggie Philpot, Amanda Polizzi, Ashley Pond, Laura Redfeam, Callie Rutherford, Holly Scully, Jessica Short, Christy Simmons, Meagan Speas, Nicole Spinuzzi, Becca Strafford, Gencey Steen, Megan Stoiber, Tareyn Stout, Catherine Taylor, Christina Taylor, Christina Tompkins, Gina Vericella, Lori Waller, Amelia Warren, Lindsey White, Emily Williams, Ashley Wood, Perry Woods, Jeri Leigh Wooten, Amy Wright, Jenzy Wunder and Alexis Yeager. Nickname Pi Phi Mascot Angel Mary Elizabeth Roe and Allison Hogan. Jordan McCaffrey and Ann Marie Sukmann. i on and Megan Sellers. Greeks 33 1 Pi Kappa Alpha Gamma Iota " Est. 1868 Michael Greer, Philip Robb, MattThiel, Corey Ravenstien and Jack McLarty at Spring Formal in Destin, Fla. Buie Halford, Colonel Reb and Davis Berry at the Vanderbilt game. Corey Ravenstien, Will Arnold, Cameron Phillips, Colby Mason and Michael Greer. Jim Moffat, Blake Mitchell, Josh Erickson, Jack McLarty, Brock King, Ryan Aldriges and Hal Miller. Colors Garnet and Old Gold Ryan Aldridge and Josh Legget. 332 Greeks Joseph Brett and Curtis Caskey. Biggest Event Charles Sumner Weekend Jay Mcleod, Hayden Wingate and Hank Carrier. I put - The men of Pi Kappa Alpha John Adcock, Ryan Aldridge, Andrew Altman, Slate Amos, Roy Antrobus, Will Arnold, Landon Ash, Robbie Averwater, Ryan Baggett, David Bates, Will Batt, Davis Berry, Phillip Berry, Zach Bingham, Matt Bloss, Jacob Booten, Bradley Box, Reyonlds Boykin, Joseph Brett, Thomas Brett, Chris Brinson, David Britt, Jason Brooks, John Brower, Allyn Brown, Russ Brown, Derek Burke, Todd Caldwell, Jeremy Camacho, Jacob Cameron, Hank Carrier, Curtis Caskey, Hudson Chadwick, Drew Chapman, Drew Cooper, Collin Costello, Josh Crump, Stephen Cruzen, Beau Dennis, Jeff Dusch, Tyler Dutton, Brandon Easterwood, Josh Erickson, Ben Ferguson, Radley Fittes, Bill Flannery, Daniel Forney, Max Frost, Ben Gates, Mark Gilliam, Matt Gilmer, Byron Gustus, Buie Halford, Hunter Hawkins, Ward Hegeler, Clayton Henlsey, John Hise, Michael Home, Matt Howard, Cole Hughes, Afeff Husni, Corey Hyslop, Brock Ivison, Will Ivison, Eddie Jackson, Cole Jaggers, Garrett Johnston, Brock King, Matthew Koury, Josh Leggett, Joel Locke, Stephen Martin, Colby Mason, Tyler Mason, Brooks Matthews, Justin McCaskill, Jack McLarty, Jay Mcloed, Wes McManus, Stephen McMullan, Brian Michie, Evan Mills, Hal Miller, Blake Mitchell, Jim Moffat, Chris Moffat, Joe Muntan, George Nassar, Gus Neely, Brian Newman, Will Nichols, Chris Nicosia, Mike Nicosia, J.K. OBrien, Sam Patton, Brodie Phillips, Cameron Phillips, James Phillips, Nick ' Pierotti, Brett Pilkinton, Brian Pilkinton, Michael Price, Julio Quintana, Corey Ravenstien, Philip Robb, Richard Robertson, Seth Rowland, Mark Runnels, Ben Salentine, Anthony Scatamacchia, Wes Seale, Davis Secrest, Lee Shirley, Mark Simpson, Jordan Sledd, Max Smith, Nickle Smith. Andy Sontag, Justin Spears, Samson St. Germaine, Josh Stelzer, Chase Stephens, Will Strahan, Justin Sypult, Lee Tatum, Ross Taylor, Matt Thiel, Ozz Torr, Brandon Townsend, Daniel Trotter, Trey Tucker, David Vam, Douglass Vombrock, Jason Wells, Chris White, Drew White, Ross Whitehead, Ben Williams, Hayden Wingate, Chris Wiygul, Huntley Wygul, John Woodard, Evan Woodrell, Steven Wright and Demetri Zouboukos. Nickname Pike Symbol Fire Truck Jim Moffat and Ward Hegeler. Mark Runnels and Joseph Brett. :hael Home and Ross Taylor. Greeks 333 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mississippi Gamma Est. 1866 301 Fraternity Row Trey Kitchens Jonathan Duttwiler, Jordan Windham and Will Tindall. J.T. Turner, Matt Bain and John Lutz. Liii?.i ii; ' t Pledges and actives helping with the Katrina relief efforts. SAE ' s having fun with dates on a night out on the town. Kyle Atkinson, Wilkes Evans and Trey Kitchens. 334 Greeks Housemother Anne Kossman Biggest Event Paddy Murphy Zeb Whatley and Cole Hawkins. Matt Cooper and Willie Harte. H- , ' ■ i v i ' f v r t m f L Trey Kitchens The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Andrew Alias, Ty Allushuski, Andrew Akins, Kyle Atkinson, Mike Atwood, Matt Bain, Dan Bamberger, Joey Barker, Beck Barnes, Scott Bellepherche, Coleman Card, Tyler Caswell, Nick Chamoun, John Collier, Matthew Cooper, Cacye Craddock, Cameron Dean, Ben Deneka, Rdigely deWitt, Hunter Doyle, Mark Embrey, Wilkes Evans, Will Faulconer, Stoney Ford, John Fuchs, Harrison Gilchrist, Kelley Glover, Chase Gruber, Henry Hackl, Grey Hammett, Mark Harris, Willie Harte, Cole Hawkins, McLain Hdeges, Morgan henry, Will Hopins, Mitch Hunt, Emery Johnston, T.J. Jones, Robert Jones, Campbell Kessler, Trey Kitchens, Ken Kleinschgmidt, Eric Lind, Will Lueckenbch, John Lutz, Barrett Macgowan, Chase MacKarvich, Brian Manion, Austin Marshall, Alex McArthur, Spike McClinton, Will McNulty, Stephen Morse, Lee Patton, Andrew Phillips, Michael Quinn, Wilson Rollins, Flynt Rudolph, John Russell, Elliott Sadler, Michael Schneider, Julian Scruggs, Drake Seligman, Chip Seale, Will Tindall, Rob Shell, J.T. Turner, Orman Upton, Zeb Whatley, Ledyard Williamson, Jordan Windham and Carson Young. New members: Burke Addison, Zac Addison, Kramer Austin, Michael Beckman, Robby Bruno, Frank Burgher, Evan Carter, Patrick Cooper, Dan Cummings, Forrest Dunavant, Andrew Espenchied, Daniel Evans, Michael Flood, Dan Francis, Kenny Freeman, Ben Fuller, Peyton Gardner, Sam Hall, Justin Hasting, Andrew Hasty, Brett Heard, Jeff Jackson, Tim Johnson, Harrison Jones, Will Jones, Mike Karol, Spencer Kurtz, Chip Land, Chad Lederman, Chris Levy, Jimmy Morgan, Oby Morgan, Quinten Neeld, John Norris, Barrett O ' Donnell, Warren Phillips, Harris Post, Chris Rauers, Collier Shepard, Bradley Taylor, Lee Tice, Andrew Torretti, Luke Walton, Graham Ward, Curtis Wesley, Lewis Williamson, Tony Zande and John Zivley Nickname SAE Symbol Phoenix Spike McClendon and a lady friend. Harris Post. Austin Marshall, Spike McClendon and Wilkes Evans. Greeks 335 Sigma Chi Eta Est. 1857 406 South Fraternity Row Sigma Chi members enjoying a trip to Breckinridge, Colo. Brooks Blair, Brett Thompson, Scott Murray, Sam Love and James Watts gather for a quick picture. Sigma Chi actives helping out at the pledge retreat held at Camp Alpine in Mentone, Ala. Sigma Chi ' s and friends having fun at a party. v m Amie Arnold, John David Spikes and Cam Swift. 336 Greeks Housemother Lucy Horton Patrick Walton and John David Sikes. Philanthropy Mississippi Society of Disabilites Matt Marzella and Jonathan Kemp. The men of Sigma Chi John Adrian, Cameron Albriton, Charlie Ambom, Robert Ambom, Anthony Aycock, Kevin Baer, Michael Blair, James Brannon, Matthew Broun, Bo Butler, Frederick Camp, Colby Carmichiel, Stephen Cole, Bonner Coleman, Cowan Conway, Marcus Corkem, Michael Comett, Chris Coulter, Chris Cranford, Bentley Crawford, Blake Cruse, Jay Culpepper, David Davis, Matthew Davis, Frederick Debardeleben, Weldon Doe, Kyle Drury Jacob Dunaway, Michael Engle, Marcial Forester, Gerald Gafford, Eugene Germany, Michael Glover, Andrew Gowdy Elijah Gross, John Harlin, Jeff Harris, Watson Harris, Roger Haughton, Nathan Hill, Harrison Hood, James Hood, John Hutto, Steele Hutto, William Johnson Will Johnson Jr., Cameron Jones, Walter Jones, Peter Kruger, Lucus Laney William Ledbetter, David Legg, Wolly Legg, Charles Lewis, David Long.Samuel Love, Matt Marzella, Jon Massey Sean McBrearty Ned McGraw, David McKinnin, John McLaughlin, Sidney McLaurin, Eric McVey Seth Michaelson, Robert Miller, Bennett Mize, Kemp Mosley Scott Murray, Gary Nash, Preston Niemeyer, Scott Noblitt, William North, Blake Olmsted, Matthew Owens, Slater Phillips, Scott Pickett, Christopher Pinkston, Ryan Posey, Brandon Pratt, Bo Ramos, Matt Reed, Will Reed, Justen Rush, Lane Rush, John Scruggs, Clint Sikes, John Sikes, John Simpson III, Tyler Skelton, Evans Smith, Clay Sorrells, Gregory Spellman, Matt Spurlock, Scott Stevens, Jonathan Stinson, Jonathan Strong, Mitchell Sutter, Preston Sutter, Kevin Thomas, Brett Thompson, Patton Valentine, Ralph Vance, Patrick Walton, Howard Waring, Kyle Watkins, James Watts, Will Watts, Blake Wiedman, Andy Wilcoxon, Hunter Williams, JT Williamson, Calen Wills and Jordan Youngquist. New members: Luke Ainsworth, Steven Andrews, Drew Bagwell, Brad Bailey, Gib Bowden, Will Carlson, Ben Cayson, Brian Drury, Brett Eisenhauer, Kyle Ferriss, Matthew Fort, Daniel Foster, Colin Grayson, Josh Green, Ben Guess, Neil Harris, John Harrison, Tim Hewitt, Tays Heyer, Will Hodges, Thad Hooper, Jordan Janet, Rob Jones, Matt Kohl, Landon Magee, David Michaelson, Martin Miller, Randall Noel, Jordan Pedron, Ty Peters, Anderson Philips, Brad Rentrop, Warner Russell, Danny Russell, Stewart Sessums, Tommy Sikes, Turner Smith, Austin Stewart, Benton Tumage, Patrick Weems, Max Woodliff, Partick Woodyard and Adam Yoe. Flower White Rose Symbol Cross John Adrian and Patrick Walton. Mark Corkem and Chris Daniel. Blake Cruse, Marc Corkem, Weldon Doe and Benjamin Germany. Greeks 337 Sigma Nu Epsilon Xi Est. 1929 410 South Row Blake Meisenheimer, Charles Cascio and Owen Mayfield The Sophomores get ready for their Rowdy Redneck Swap. Sigma Nu prepares to play Sigma Chi in their annual Charity Bowl. Chris Champion, Brunner Binion and friends at Sigma Nu Woodstock - m _ M Nick Jew, Libby Newton and John „ „ Gresham 338 Greeks Housemother Janis Jones Andrew Edwards, Jonathan McEwen and Kurt Russ Philanthropy Charity Bowl Cal Wells and David Johnston. SIGMA NU Trey Kitchens The men 0 Sigma Nu Peyton Aven, Johnny Banahan, Michael Berg, Bruner Binion, Spencer Bryan, Ty Bullard, Baker Cannada, Chris Champion, Trey Clark, John Hayes Compton, Camp Craig, Kyle Dixon, Will Drummond, Hunter Ferguson, Trey Fry, Charles Harris, Hanson Horn, Ross Hurst, Wiley Hutchins, Scott Ivers, David Johnston, Barton Kimbro, Adam Levanway, Lee Love, Earnest Martin, Matt McDonough, Jordan McKinley, Tyler Meisenheimer, Brenton Montgomerey, Kimmel Monts, Marc Presley, Tom Rich, Taylor Russel, Patrick Shappley, Kirk Sims, Chris Smith, David Thigpen, Alan Trapp, Michael Wakefield, Cal Wells, Ben West, Woody Woodruff, Brice Bailey, Nic Godwin, Brad Baskin, Ben Brewer, Port Campony, Ryan Cardwell, Len Clark, Woody Cole, Holt Coltharp, Bennett Drago, Kyle Ellis, Gray Flora IV, Casey Ginder, Sean Gould, John Gresham, Michael Harkins, Hayes Harris, Ragan Hayward, John Mark Henderson, Matt Hinkle, Eric Jemigan, Hunter Kitchens, Alex Lawhorn, Will Levanway, Robert Lomenick, Clark Luke, Hatton Marbury, Matthew Marks, Andy Miller, Parker Moore, Will Mosby, Michael Murphy, Davis Nail, John Nunn, Stephen Ratterman, David Reed, Tyler Rogers, Nathan Ross, Patrick Sadler, Steven Saul, Will Smith, Walt Stewart, Lee Tabor, Chip Trammell, Garrett Vaughn, Cameron Weavil, Mark Adcock, Luke Addison, Drew Baker, Robert Bass, Trey Beeman, Daniel Benefield, Seth Benge, Alex Bondurant, Jackson Breland, Wright Busching, Cosby Cartledge, Hunter Carpenter, Charles Cascio, John Cole, Seth Corley, Sean Douglass, Brett Drummond, Andrew Edwards, Timmy Ellis, David Fields, Phillip Harrison, Ryan Harter, Alex Hinton, Ben James, Nick Jew, Abe Kidder, Sidney Kidder, Keaton Langston, Alan Leland, Ryan Marshall, Owen Mayfield, Jordan McCrary, Jonathan McEwen, Blake Meisenheimer, Matt Monsour, Jay Nail, Josh Neely, Cooper Permenter, Scott Powers, Geoff Puryear, Walker Roberts, Kirk Russ, Becker Sams, Drew Smith, Harrison Smith, Parker Smith, Parks Smith, Peyton Smith, Witt Spencer, Hank Spraggins, Stewart Strange, Walker Sudduth, Drew Taggart, Harrison Thomas, Samuel Thomason, Rod Thompson, Drew Tominello, David Traxler, Kyle Vogel, Scott Warren, Andrew Weeks, Tyler Westfaul, Stephen Worrel, Kevan Wright and Clark Zelenka. New members: Kane Alber, Andy Anderson, Garrett Anderson, John Barrett, George Boone, Parker Brown, Wes Brown, Joey Bullock, Nicky Burgener, Baxter Cannada, Jordan Cantrell, Thomas Carlisle, Victor Cobb, Patrick Crews, Will Crowley, Chad Cunningham, Jarrod Davis, Rob Derivaux, Luke Dillard, Jack Paul Edwards IV, Jonathan Ferguson, Joey Friend, Thomas Givens, Will Godfrey, Dexter Haynes, Benjamin Hopper, Patrick Jones, Chris Kyle, Jake Lancaster, JD Lawhorn, Tyler Little, Matt Lowry, Jason McDavid, Patrick McDavid, Rory McKean, Bee McNamara, Andre Meaders, Curtis Monts, Jack Murphy, Michael Naaman, Reid Neely, Jeff Payne, Julian Posecai, Will Ramsey, David Rich, Chad Richardson, John Robertson, Chad Roberts, Aaron Ross, Patrick Sala, Matt Sights, Stephen Stanford, Tedo Stone, John Summers, Billy Tapp, Ben Van Landuyt, Jonathan Varney, James Wahl, Gerry Wessler, John White, McDaniel Wicker, Connor Wise and Chase Wynn. Flower Classic Five-Petal English Flouribunda Colors Black and Gold Will Drummond, Michael Murphy and Stephen Ratterman Brice Bailey and Charles Harris. Sigma Nu Woodstock. eks 339 4 Ib [a Sigma Phi Epsilon Mississippi Alpha Est. 1928 309 Fraternity Row Joseph Warner Geoff Ficke, Matt Tabor, Laura Blackwell, Andy Newbold, Steve Newbold, Trey Rishe and Curtis Long party at Tropical Isle on Bourbon Streeet. Dave Etlinger, Matthew Morris, Ryan Jones, Chris Weldy and Sam Jacobs. Sigma Phi Epsilon ' s at Old Taylor Grocery. Elliott Stenstrom, Sean Demouey, Parker Aldredge, Patrick Muldoon and their dates in New Orleans. Biggest Event Wild Wild West Philanthropy Jean Jones Run for Cancer David Etlinger and f Wild Wild West Formal in New Orleans 340 Greeks Renfroe t The men of Sigma Phi Epsilon Parker Aldredge, Bennett Bark, Blake Barrett, Joe Blackburn, Bryan Boudreaux, John Brady, Chris Brasel, Ryan Buck, Justin Burns, Joe Carruth, Chris Cecil, Mark Geary, Matt Colpitts, Patrick Comes, Christian Cooper, Drew Crane, Ted Davies, Jonathan Davis, Sean Demouey, Cameron Ducsay, David Etlinger, Geoff Ficke, Matt Gabriel, Byron George, Deryke Golden, Nick Green, Chris Grubbs, Jammy Hale, Andrew Haliday, Blake Harris, Shelby Haywood, Lee Hendrick, Chace Herdon, Chad Holland, Sam Jacobs, Ryan Jones, Andrew Kehoe, Stephen King, Chris Kohler, Blake Kurtis, Jack Kyle, Justin Lehn, Drew Lloyd, Curtis Long, Rob Lucas, Walter Lydick, Patrick Madsen, Dan Martin, Jared Mays, We s McDonald, Griffin McGee, Chris Meyerhoff, Matt Morris, Patrick Muldoon, Garrett Murphy, Sean Murphy, Andy Newbold, Steve Newbold, Stephen Petracco, Jimmy Prado, Phillip Psalmond, Rob Renfroe, Michael Repking, Brian Richardson, Trey Rishe, Trevor Russell, Jake Shaw, John Shearin, Will Sobeckee, Daniel Sparks, Elliott Stenstrom, Matt Tabor, Griffin Tanner, Ty Tucker, Chris Weldy and Mik Zei. New members: Ryan Barnett, Carter Beckworth, Tyler Brooks, John Carr, Robert Casner, Joe Cavenaugh, Brian Dolenti, Clay Dungan, Dustin Felts, Jake Ferrell, Trip Fountain, Dustin Herr, Andrew Lohriisch, Will Long, David Oswaks, Will Petty, Ben Pressey, Ryan Reeves, Paul Shaw, Blake Smith, Mike Smithmier, Colin Tracy, Rob Traeger, E.B. Wagner, Brian Walker, Travis Williams and John Wingfield. Nickname SigEp Colors Purple and Red Dan Martin and Joe Cavenaugh Parker Aldridge and friends IL Pat Madsen, Jared Mays, and Chris Grubbs As 341 v. The Ole Miss Rebel Baseball team celebrates after winning the Regionals against Oklahoma 20-5. mm m A ■■ mm m 1 ■Afe m f ' FVi [(2 OU W AJoflK LsOsTGAAOOs IXG X ■H O?t|0t VV Xt V0 CU VO ATHT FTTr VlhouAux V V IcJ-tAMtGT " occUonlcJo 7 oI iouAr tm eyes like a hawk keep your head in the game quick hands talk the talk m,. IV n i strength of an ox pure instinct love of the game written by Suzanne Payette - photography by Trey Kitchens Suzanne Payette The anatomy of a jock has always played the role in success of an athlete. Many times, a win or a loss is determined by not only the player ' s abilities, but also the soul of that athlete. Each part of an athlete ' s body makes the abilities of a player form as well as a willing attitude. The University of Mississippi ' s athletic programs include: men ' s and women ' s basketball, men ' s and women ' s tennis, men ' s and women ' s golf, track, cross country, football, baseball, rifle, soccer, volleyball, softball, cheerleading and dance teams. All these sports require a physical, mental and emotional aspect to achieve the highest goal: VICTORY! The brain- The athletic capability not only depends on talent but also an intelligence far above common sense. The brain must recognize plays, defenses, motions, and most importantly, a knowledge of the sport played. The Mouth- When an intense game is " on the line, " a mouth is vital. A mouth shows support for the team and creates a sense of belonging. Nothing beats the sound of your teammates cheering you on as you make the winning play. The Hands- Most coaches stress the importance of " quick hands. " In today ' s sports, the pace of the game is much faster and more demanding on players. Athletes, especially student-athletes, must practice . • more and more to keep up with the Z T TT " 1 1 1 f ever-changing world of college sports. Quick hands have and always will be the essential part of training for any team member. The Legs- The legs are the most demanded upon to perform. Most of an athlete ' s strength comes from the legs while withstanding much stress and pressure. In any sport, legs allow a player to maintain a common ground. For instance, three kinds of legs are needed for the sport of football. Fast legs are needed for wide receivers or running backs, while strong, tough legs are needed for offensive and defensive linemen. However, most would say that the most important leg in football is that of the kicker or punter. Legs provide an athlete stability. The Arms- The strength of an arm is often discussed as vital to a sport. Many athletes have often overlooked the importance of an arm. Whether it is used to throw a runner out at home or to give a high-five, the arm is much needed to excel as an athlete. The Eyes- Our eyes often tell us the story of our surroundings; however, an athlete ' s eyes must be tuned to be alert and signal the body to move accordingly. It has often been said that the eyes are the gateway to a person ' s soul. An athlete ' s eyes must vision a win and tell the body how to achieve that victory. The Feet- Feet direct the legs which way to go. They give the body balance in order to maintain a sense of control. An athlete knows that even when his or her feet are hurting, he or she must keep fighting to attain the ultimate goal. The Nose- The smells of fresh-cut grass, infield dirt, new leather and dirty uniforms always brings an athlete home to the sport he or she loves. A smell can generate more feelings than any other sense because it reminds an athlete of memories and days to come. The Heart- Most importantly, an athlete must have the heart of a lion. A strong heart provides not only a love for the game, but love for his or her teammates as well. An athlete must have a desire to be great. A deep passion for a sport provides an ever-lasting determination to excel. Price To be an athlete, much more than muscle is required to overcome obstacles that he or she faces both on and off the field or court. Athletics 345 John Howard Vaught 1909-2006 written by Jeremy Roberts John Vaught is truly a legend at The University of Mississippi. Many people say he is our version of Alabama ' s Bear Bryant, but to us - he is our football king. Vaught coached the Rebels for 25 seasons and led them to three national championships (1959, 1960 and 1962). He still holds the record number of wins (190), along with appearing in 18 different bowls games (including eight Sugar Bowls) with a 10-8 record. He was not like a coach of the present. He did not wear a headset on the field and never got his suit dirty. The quarterback ran the plays as Vaught stood watching on the sidelines and would only call plays for field goals or punting, but only when needed. " He always wore a coat and tie. He was also real good looking and always wore the hat, " Warner Alford, Alumni Association executive director and former player, said. " He had the first pair of alligator shoes I had ever seen. He was very dignified and never got his suit dirty. He had command of the sideline. " Before Vaught, there was Harold (Red) Drew of Bates in 1946. During Drew ' s time, Vaught was a line coach. Once Drew resigned as head coach, Vaught took the reigns as a former all-American at TCU. Vaught ultimately changed the face of Ole Miss Rebel Football in many ways. Chancellor Robert Khayat, also a former player of Vaught ' s, remembers that " until he came, Ole Miss Football was just another team in a small conference. We really did not arrive on the national scene until his 1959 team beat Maryland and won the South Eastern Conference Championship. That is when he really stepped up Ole Miss football. " Alford recounts the same. " Vaught took Ole Miss from a different level, he took Ole Miss to a national level. He took a struggling program to one of consistent winning that led them to the national level. He took Mississippi boys and won with them. " In his first season, 1947, the Rebels won their first of six SEC titles with a 9-2 record. (The Rebels also won SEC titles in 1954, 1955, 1960, 1962 and 1963.) Vaught ' s 1959 team finished with a record of 10-1, only giving up three touchdowns all year, to become the SEC Team of the Decade (1950-1959) and was ranked the third best collegiate football team from 1956 to 1995. While playing in Hemingway Stadium, later renamed Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in his honor, Vaught made this one of the toughest places in the nation for opposing teams to compete against the Rebels. From 1952-1964, Vaught ' s Rebels had a 34-game home field streak, which included 21 -straight victories from 1952-1959. During his first time as coach, the Rebels were ranked at the top of the Associated Press polls for three weeks during the 1960 season and one during the 1961 season. In 1964, the Rebels were ranked number one in the preseason with the Associated Press. During this time, the Rebels were among one of the most winningest programs in the country. Vaught returned as head coach for one season in 1973, while still has the athletic director for the During his 25 seasons, his final record was 190 wins, 61 losses and 12 tied games. He is the fourth-winningest coach in SEC history and among the top 25 winningest coaches in NCAA Division I history. Off the field, Vaught ' s persona changed little. He was still very dignified and refined. " He was kind of a private person, " Warner said. " The people he was close to, he was very open with them. He was very intelligent. He believed in himself and he could have been successful at anything he tried. " Khayat said he was a warm person who loved to have a good time. " He was funny and loved to dance - even until he was 94 years old. He really loved his friends and family, " Khayat said. " His life reflected the disciplined mind he had. He did not say things twice. His words were always clear. " John Vaught will always be remembered as a legend to Ole Miss football and to this community. He will never be forgotten as a coach, father, husband, friend and mentor to many people. " Legends are made from great people and they are never forgotten that is why Coach Vaught will always be a legend, " Alford said. " Legends are made out of men like John Vaught. " CeUutat South • ■ ■ ■ CD Ph o DJD C T3 • i— i co 03 • t—K r£ e CO o 03 CO s CO CD •r-H CD 2 CO a CO O o CO o N o AJelcome fl to the MB written by Ty All ushuski 3 3 cr M-H -M o s c ' aJ CO rC cK £ CD c -M o CO ■M cd OS CD o CO rZ CO u • I— 1 CO A o -M u 00 -1 3 • I— 1 o rC -M j r c CD W photography by Matt Sharpe The overwhelming story of the 2005 Ole Miss Rebel football season was the arrival of new head coach Ed Orgeron to campus. Coach " O, " as he affectionately became known in and around Oxford, came to Ole Miss from perennial national power USC, where he helped lead the Trojans to two straight national championships under head coach Pete Carroll. Excitement and anticipation reverberated throughout campus during the spring of 2005 when Coach O got his first crack at spring practices. Fans that attended the preseason workouts saw an intensity and dedication from Orgeron that had When the 2005 season officially began on had much to cheer about. Orgeron and his that had defeated the Rebels in the past be a defensive struggle, junior linebacker linebacker Gary Pack, stole the show. The stifled Memphis ' All-American running turned in a goal-line stand to preserve a After much optimism surrounding an hard times over the next three weeks. The an annual rivalry game between the two defeat. The following week the Rebels had upset them a year earlier in Laramie. Rebels in a 24-14 contest. Following the to face Tennessee in Knoxville. The Rebel not been seen in recent years at Ole Miss. September 2 against Memphis, Rebel fans staff traveled north to take on a Tiger team two seasons. In a game that turned out to Patrick Willis, along with sophomore Rebel defense behind Willis and Pack, back DeAngelo Williams and eventually 10-6 win. opening weekend win, Ole Miss fell on Rebels first traveled to Vanderbilt in schools and suffered a hard-fought 24-21 returned home to face a Wyoming team that Wyoming once again got the better of the successive loses, Ole Miss again hit the road defense played well at times but was on the field far too often in a 27-10 loss that dropped Ole Miss to 1-3 on the season. One of the bright spots to emerge out of the season ' s first four games was redshirt freshman running back Mico McSwain. McSwain rushed for over 300 yards and three touchdowns in the first four games and solidified his role as the starting running back. Later in the season, McSwain would go on to break Joe Gunn ' s Ole Miss freshman rushing record for yards in a season. continued on page 351 Athletics 349 nfi (right) No. 11 Mike Espy, a wide receiver from Madison, Miss., after a great catch and run, lays out for a touchdown in the 31-23 away game loss against Vanderbilt. (top) Quarterback Michael Spurlock, No. 16 from Indianola, attempts a pass in the first game of the season to defeat Memphis 10-7. (above) Robert Lane, No. 15 from Monroe, La., coordinates the play at the line in the battle against Wyoming. (right) No. 17, Will Moseley, punter from Bailey, gets things underway in the 24-14 loss against Wyoming. 350 Athletics 3, Back ClKAXXtub One Ole Miss would put the brakes on a three-game losing skid against The Citadel in the homecoming game held on October 8. The Rebels defeated the overmatched Bulldogs 27-7 behind a 100-yard rushing performance by McSwain and a stellar defensive performance by Willis. Alabama invaded Oxford for an October 15th contest that was nationally televised on CBS. The Crimson Tide entered the game undefeated and ranked No. 6 in the nation with a national title hope beginning to surface. Ole Miss gave a talented Alabama team all it could handle before eventually falling 13-10 on a last-second field goal. The following week, Ole Miss would secure its final win of the 2005 season with a 13-7 defeat of the Kentucky Wildcats at home. Ole Miss again benefited from a 100-yard rushing performance by McSwain and a phenomenal play on the defensive side of the ball. The Rebel defense had until Arliss Beach scored on a four-yard run drop hard-fought contests at Auburn and frustrating losses, Ole Miss ' Willis stepped himself as a bonafide Ail-American Tenn., was named as a semi-finalist for to the nation ' s top defensive player, honors at the end of the season, as November 19th home match- grabbed the attention of the national media on ESPN 2. Unfortunately for Rebel fans, there was not much to cheer about beyond the opening kickoff. The hated Bayou Bengals jumped out to an early lead and never relinquished it, defeating the Rebels 40-7. After limping out of the LSU game, Ole Miss had little to play for in the final game of the season against in-state rival Mississippi State besides bragging rights. The annual battle for the Golden Egg had gone the way of Ole Miss in each of the past two season, but such was not to be the case for a third straight year. The Bulldogs overpowered the Rebels in Starkville for a 35-14 win which gave head coach Sylvester Croom his first victory over Ole Miss. The Rebels would finish the season at a paltry 3-8, but optimism still resonated through even the most disappointed of fans. Several underclassmen showed signs of dominance throughout the season and Orgeron promised to recruit the talent necessary to win in the Southeastern Conference. a shutout intact against the struggling Wildcats with 2:36 to play. The next two games saw Ole Miss at home against Arkansas. Despite the into the national spotlight and solidified candidate. The junior from Bruceton, the Chuck Bednarik Award given annually Willis would go on to garner Ail-American well as lead the nation in solo tackles. Despite entering up with LSU at 3-6, Ole Miss still and the game was televised nationally Team in Alphabetical Order: Christian Albarracin, Gary Albury, Tyson Andrus, LaMark Armour, Nate Banks, Robert Bass, Taye Biddle, Tony Bonds, Chris Bowers, Ben Boyce, McKinley Boykin, Michael Bozeman, Joshua Braithwaite, Jimmy Brooks, Bryan Brown, Charles Clark, Dedrick Clark, Marcus Cohen, Jason Cook, Viciente DeLoach, Thomas Exkers, Mike Espy, Hugh Freeze- Assistant Coach, Jeremy Garrett, Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis, Bobby Harris, Darryl Harris, Corvelli Haynes, Tim Henderson, Michael Hicks, Mario Hill, Matt Hinkle, Robert Hough, Keith Houston, Tony Hughes- Assistant Defensive Backs Coach, Paul Hurd, Terrell Jackson, Brandon Jacobs, Brandon Jenkins, Peria Jerry, Riki Johnson. Travis Johnson, Ryan Jones, Kevin Jordan, Art Kehoe - Associate Head Coach, Larry Kendrick, LeRon King, Robert Lane, J.D. Lawhom, Lawrence Lilly, Rogers Loche, Matt Lubick- Wide Receivers Coach, Taylor Mazzone, Trumaine McBride, Ewan McCauley, James McCoy, Sidney McLaurin, Mico McSwain, Seth Michaelson, Maurice Miller, Jayme Mitchell, Will Moseley, Dustin Mouzon, Reid Neely, Ryan Nielsen- Defensive Line Coach, Michael Oher, Ed Orgeron - Head Coach, Garry Pack, Rob Park, Kendrick Perry, Matt Pierce, Jamal Pittman, Trey Poole, Gary Riggs, Chris Rippon-Special Teams Coordinator, Kelvin Robinson, Robert Russell, Jamarca Sanford, Shawn Slocum- Assistant Head Coach, Brent Smith, Justin Sparks, Michael Spurlock, Tre ' Stallings, Carlos Suggs, Billy Tapp, Quentin Taylor, Brandon Thomas, Bryant Thomas, David Traxler, Antonio Turner, Doug Vaughn, Bumell Wallace, Dan Werner- Assistant Coach, Hiram White, Andrew Wicker, Patrick Willlis and Frank Wilson- Running Backs Coach. Athletics 351 Raising opuuto Cheerleaders not only raise the spirits of a team, but they also help support each other in times of need. It might be tempting to think of the Ole Miss cheerleaders as mere window dressing for the widely celebrated culture of Southern football. But spend an afternoon with them and one can understand, they are just like any other modern college student - just in much better shape athletically. Consider Amber Andrews, Alabama native. She speaks with confidence and energy that few possess. She spoke about how frustrating it is to cheer for a game when the fans have lost hope and abandoned the stadium. " If it ' s on TV we cannot wear leg warmers, no matter how cold it gets, " said Andrews. " Even if there ' s not a single person left in the stands, we can ' t let it affect our performance. " The life of an Ole Miss cheerleader goes way beyond the football. Early morning two-mile runs are routine parts of the week, followed by hours of toning and training at the gym. " We do routine two mile runs, " Jamie Weaver said. " Being a cheerleader is a 25 hour a week part-time job. But it ' s rewarding when the laughter and energy are high. " Weavers said that the male Ole Miss cheerleaders follow the same intensive weight lifting workout used by the football team. It involves the same regimen used by someone training for the Olympics. Ole Miss cheerleaders are in constant competition for their positions on tryout day, which is held annually in April. Although they have the benefit of a year of training with the team, they can lose their position on the squad if their performance is not up to par. written by John Flynt - photography by Joseph Warner " It ' s very stressful, " said Andrews. " You can have a bad day and, in a sense, lose your friends. " The Ole Miss Cheerleaders are not without those that support them and care for them. Molly Meisenheimer is the woman most responsible for managing the cheerleading madness. She speaks with incredible deportment and concern for the students she is charged to care for. " I just want to take care of my girls, " said Meisenheimer. " We all look out for each other. " The Ole Miss cheerleaders showed their love for Meisengheimer by joining with the Pep Squad at Bofields the week before Christmas break finals to celebrate a successful year of cheering on the Rebels. With the wildest bursts of applause in their entire night of celebration, both teams showered her with affection. " We all care for her very deeply, " said Casey Franco, director of the Ole Miss dance team. The night celebrating the accomplishments of the year was not without its lighter moments. Microphone in hand, Meisengheimer decided to joke with the pep squad. " We had a good year, but there were some problems with your performance, " said Meisengheimer. " And I just wanted to let you know, we ' ve gotten someone to replace you. Let me introduce the new dancers! " Moments later, dressed as Ole Miss cheerleaders, three guys came out impersonating the pep squad members, screaming and putting on a show for the girls. Team in Alphabetical Order: Amber Andrews, Lana Barrentine, Benji Borrelli, Katie Boleware, Hunter Case, Christen Currie, Kevin Donahue, Abby Furr, Carlos Garcia, Aly Hanson, Meg Jackson, Jessica Jenkins, Chad Kelly, Carson Kisner, Trey Mardis, Mallory Mayhall, Brian Mitchell, Joseph Murphy, Jessi Nowell, Darrell Parker, Zack Phillips, Lauren Robertson, Jeff Swann, Jenna Torjusen, Collins Tuohy, Laura Beth Wilson, and Mary York. 352 Athletics Being an Ole Miss Cheerleader is not only an element of honor, prestige, and fun but it is also countless hours of hard work. " Molly Meisenheimer Spirit Coordinator V. " ■ if W 1 " v ii K jf !iii w s . « •fliir ' 3 - Ji. ' ; V -i Later, Darrell Parker put on a show for both squads, displaying incredible amounts f energy - even by Ole Miss cheerleading standards. Ole Miss cheerleaders are required to sign a contract strictly outlining the kinds f activities they can engauge in as students. If they are found to be in violation, they an be dismissed from the squad. The immense amount of time spent traveling causes the cheerleaders to grow very lose to one another, according to Franco. " They become the best of friends after spending so much time together, " said ranco. " It ' s a very bonding experience. " Lana Barrentine Athletics 353 Suzanne Payette These girls are so fun-loving and full " of energy, determination, skill and spirit-it ' s amazing. It almost makes me wish I was back in college myself. - Molly Meisenheimer Spirit Coordinator Heath Steven 354 Athletics elissa Mek All that § " Hi With the honor of being chosen, it is also the ladies ' duty to uphold the name of the infamous dance squad, the Ole Miss Rebelettes. If you were to walk down the Walk of Champions about an hour before each home football game, you would most likely see the Rebelettes performing alongside the famous Pride of the South Marching Band at the Grove Stage. Most people assume that sweat, hard work and pom-poms are the only components involved in being a Rebelette, but they are wrong. Being a Rebelette entails much more than a cute dance outfit and smiles. Their duties include having competitive spirits, rigorous workouts and numerous hours of community service. This year ' s team consisted of twenty-two girls. Each of the team members had to complete two 6 a.m. workouts a week including yoga at the Turner Center, dance three times a week, and must put in twenty hours of community service. All together they put in about eight hours of practicing their style and technique in team workouts and practice. In addition, on game days they put in an additional three hours of practice. In April, 13 chosen Rebelettes will compete in the National Dance Alliance College Competition in Daytona, Fla. In preparation for the NDA, the Rebelettes must work three times a week, dance four times a week and practice for an average of 15 hours a week for a chance to capture the coveted honor of NDA Champions. Not only do the Rebelettes provide pregame and halftime entertainment during football and basketball games, but they also serve as ambassador figures for Ole Miss. This year, not only did they dance and cheer at football and basketball games, but they also went to a shelter in Tupelo to entertain children after Hurricane Katrina, participated in the Humane written by Christin Butler Society ' s " Strut Your Mutt " and participated in St. John ' s Oktoberfest. In addition, they sold their media posters as their primary fund-raiser, which raised about $6000. Children and the community alike look up to and support the Rebelettes for their dancing abilities and their community involvement. In addition to dancing at football and basketball games, they also randomly dance at other athletic events, including tennis matches, volleyball and soccer games. After leaving Ole Miss, many Rebelettes go on to dance for other dance teams. As of today, the Rebelettes have alumni who have danced for the NFL and NBA, and currently have an alumna who is a Memphis Grizzlies dancer and one who is a Radio City Rockette. Brittany Thornton, a Rebelette last year who was voted Most Valuable Dancer by her peers, interned at Broadway Dance Center in New York City in 2005. She now plays the role of Alice in Wonderland for Disney Cruiselines in Canada. " We are so very proud of her. Every girls dream is to be able to have those once in a lifetime opportunities that she has gotten the chance to fulfill, " Sara Carter, a sophomore from Collierville, Tenn., said. The Rebelettes are under the direction of Casey Franco, a former Rebelette, and is in her third and final year of coaching. " Coach Casey has done a wonderful job with the girls. She has made the girls not only want to come to practice, but she has also taught them to have a heart and passion for what they do. The girls absolutely love her, " Molly Meisenheimer, spirit coordinator, said. This years ' team ' s captains are seniors Jennie Fiechtl, Amanda Pirani and Meki Clark. Their officers are Drew Bagley and Brittany Thornton. Team in Alphabetical Order: Drew Bagley, Jessica Bamthouse, Kendall Bingham, Holly Burton, Sara Carter, Meghan Claney, Meki Clark, Courtney Cedotal, Jordan Covington, Claire Cuevas, Coach Jennie Fiechtl, Rachel Gildea, Brandi Inman, Allison Johnson, Ash ton McElhaney, Melissa Melohn, Katie Merrell, Alexis Morris, Amanda Pirani, Anne Roybal, Carley Russell, Gencey Steen, Brittany Thornton, Jamie Weaver and Conoloy Witherspoon. Athletics 355 Driven by L GjcftMUAatt tow With an exciting victory over Auburn the team became driven and determined to keep upsetting various ranks of the SEC. " All Eyes Forward " was the theme and motivation behind the 2004-2005 Rebel Basketball season. Head Coach Rod Barnes made major adjustments to his coaching staff during the season. He added Tracy Dildy and Michael White, a former Rebel bailer, to his staff of assistant coaches. Eric Bozeman and Grant Pate returned to assist and help coordinate the Rebel ' s challenging season. Before the season, four newcomers were added to the team. Brian Smith, Londrick Nolen, Brandon Patterson and Jermey Parnell. These four added strength of the eleven returning Rebel bailers. The Rebels started with a win against South Carolina State during the BCA Classic in November, 64-52. They played Tennessee Tech next in Oxford, 91-68. The next win was against Memphis on December 11,65-53. Ole Miss was truly on a roll after winning seven straight games. Their streak came to an end against Arkansas, 46-69. The Rebels then lost to arch rival Mississippi State in Oxford, 76-87. At the SEC Tournament in Atlanta, Ga., the Rebels played against South Carolina where the game was truthfully a close call. Near the end of the game, after a time out, the Rebs were up by 8 points, 49-41, when the ball was turned over with South Carolina getting the lay up. written by Jeremy Roberts - photography by Matt Sharpe After another time out, SC turned the ball back over to the Rebels were senior Kendrick Fox was fouled. The game became really close when the Rebs were up by 1 point, 51-50, with two minutes left on the clock. Sophomore Todd Abernathy came to the rescue with two successful free throws at 7.6 seconds left on the clock. The Rebs won the game, 53-52. The next day and the next game for the Rebs would prove to be disheartening. Alabama did not let the Rebels slide by with anything. Tommie Eddie led the team with 19 points but was overwhelmed by the Crimson Tide. The Rebels stayed within range of Alabama most of the game. Eddie hit a jumper with 8:45 remaining to pull the Rebels to 48-43, but Ronald Steele answered with a 3 for the Tide. The Rebels ended up with a loss and removed from the tournament, 52-69. The Rebels had an overall season of 14 wins and 17 losses. To the men on the team, returning senior Tommie Eddie really shined during the season as he averaged eleven points per game. He started 26 of the 31 games with an overall score of 130 points made throughout the season. He was also said to have been the most improved player on the squad. Team in Alphabetical Order: Todd Abernethy, Sam Agee, Rod Barnes - Head Coach, Eric Bozeman - Assistant Coach, Tracy Didly - Assistant Coach, Bam Doyne, Tommie Eddie, Kendrick Fox, Ed Glass, Lonnie Jackson, Justin Johnson, Marvin Moore, Londrick Nolen, Cavadas Nunnery, Jeremy Parnell, Brandon Patterson, Brian Smith, Chris Rhodes and Michael White- Assistant Coach. 356 Athletics " I see my position as " a basketball coach primarily as a teacher on life. My number one goal is to help the players mature into great people. - Coach Barnes Nolen did well in defense, rebounds and blocking during the Rebel bailer season. He signed with the Rebels in July and was described as a versatile player who could be seen playing any position. Nolen had a total of 19 blocks, the most defensive rebounds and tied with Eddie for the highest average of successful rebounds. Abernathy was the team ' s returning starter and point guard. He was described as a sound player and has seen the most game time during the season along with having most assists, 82 total, of the team. Fox returned to the Rebels as he played and started the most games this season. Fox was also award as having the most three-pointers. Seven of the Rebels graduated in May - Fox, Justin Johnson, Marvin Moore, Chris Rhodes, Lonnie Jackson, and former Rebels Jason Smith and John Gunn. " One of the things we stress is for our players to earn their degree, " Barnes said. " It ' s rewarding to me, because it proves that Ole Miss is an environment where student-athletes can excel on the court and in the classroom. I ' m grateful for these young men and the good example they set for future players. I know they will be successful in whatever field they choose. " After the season, Assistant Coach Eric Bozeman accepted the Head Coach position at Southern Arkansas U»0«W 1 lA 1 T »v J f T_ avadas Nunii Athletics 357 Rebounding inSfcL Through ups and downs the players stuck together as a team and persevered with dedication in the 2004 season. The Ole Miss women ' s basketball program began the 2004 season with high expectations after a successful 2003 season that saw the team earn a No. 10 seed in the NCAA tournament. At the beginning of the 2004 season, Ole Miss was tabbed to finish seventh in the SEC by the media. Head Coach Carol Ross posed a challenge to her girls early in the season to rise up and show everyone that the team was better than seventh in the SEC. Ole Miss lost four seniors from the 2003-04 team that fell to Villanova in the first round of the NCAA tournament, but also returned a slew of talent and added six newcomers. With a veteran team reinforced with young talent, coach Ross had reason for optimism in late October. However, the Lady Rebel team began the season in somewhat lackluster form, going 4-3 in its first seven games, but the team would rebound in a big way. After a loss to then-No. 13 Texas Tech, Ole Miss rattled off six straight wins to improve the team ' s record to 10-3. Some of the highlights of the six-game win streak that the Lady Rebels put together was a victory over ACC opponent Clemson, as well as winning the Surf and Turf tournament held annually in San Diego, Calif. Ole Miss claimed convincing victories over Marquette and Vermont to bring the Surf and Turf title back to Oxford shortly before the new year. On December 28, 2004, the Lady Rebel team laid claim to its first individual honor of the season. Sophomore Armintie Price was named the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week for the week of Dec. 20-26. Price received the honor after a big performance against Clemson in which she recorded 20 points, grabbed six steals, and dished out four assists. " It was a great honor to be named SEC Player of the Week, " Price Team in Alphabetical Order: Ashley Awkward, Carla Bartee, Carletta Brown, Ellen Buchanan, Elizabeth Cansdale, Dee Forrest, Peggie Gillom- Associate Head Coach, Brian Herzog- Strength and Conditioning Coach, Ashley Johnson, LaTanya Jones, Renee Ladner- Assistant Coach, Jocelyn McGilberry - Assistant Coach, Jada Mincy, Armintie Price, Carol Ross - Head Coach, Lindsay Roy, Amber Terrell, Amber Watts and Tasi Worsham. written by Ty Allushuski said. " I am proud of the way our team played, it is a great honor that I can share with my teammates. " The Lady Rebel squad began the SEC slate by winning five of its first seven games, and rounded out the rest of SEC play with 3-4 record to give the team a winning record overall in the SEC at 8-6. The Lady Rebels earned a No. 5 seed in the SEC tournament and faced off against the No. 12 seed South Carolina in the first round. Ole Miss overcame a poor shooting night to defeat the Gamecocks 53-50 and advance to play fourth-seeded Georgia. Against Georgia in the SEC quarterfinal, the Lady Rebels could not muster up the magic that led to a victory over the Bulldogs Feb. 20 and were ousted after an 87-65 defeat. Ole Miss received a bid to the NCAA tournament for the second consecutive year, something that had not happened since the Lady Rebels went to three straight NCAA tournaments from 1993 to 1996. The Lady Rebels were granted a No. 8 seed from the selection committee and faced off against George Washington University in a first round game in Chapel Hill, NC. However, much in the same form as last year, Ole Miss fell by three points in the first round. Ole Miss collected several postseason honors from the league coaches. Price was named the 2004-05 SEC Defender of the Year and was also named first team All-SEC. Senior Amber Watts also garnered her first career post season accolades as she was named second team All-SEC honors. Ole Miss finished the 2004-05 campaign with a 19-11 record. 358 Athletics JD Johnson (top) Lady Rebel Head Coach Carol Ross watches her team as they play against LSU. If I am proud of the way our team played, it is a great honor that I can share with my teammates. II - Armintie Price Matt Sharpc Athletics 359 Can You Dlat? 1 Despite a relatively disappointing season, the Lady Rebs thrilled fans with everything from their high-flying spikes to their Matrix-style digs. What a season it was for the Ole M iss women ' s volleyball team. The 2005 season had it all for the Lady Rebels, from high-flying spikes to Matrix-like digs. The young Rebel squad played competitive ball, leaving everything they had on the hardwood court. Unfortunately, the season did not end like the Rebels would have hoped. The Ole Miss coaching staff considers this season a re-building year. " Wins and losses aren ' t necessarily everything. This was definitely a building year for us, " Molly Alvey, assistant coach, said. Bad-luck struck the Lady Rebels early in the season, when starting 6 ' 2 " middle blocker Cory Tidwell went down with a knee injury after barely breaking a sweat in the Reb ' s season opener. Tidwell, who was hoping to make big strides in her sophomore season, would be out for the entire 2005 season. " I think a big part of the disappointment that we had was losing Cory Tidwell, an intricate part of the team, " Head Coach Joe Getzin said. Courtesy of the injury bug, the team was forced to play Emily Jones, whom the coaches had considered red-shirting to let her get accustomed to the competitive play of the SEC. Jones surprised the coaching staff and Rebel fans alike, posting veteran-like numbers at the middle blocker position in her freshman season. In her first action of the season Jones earned five kills and assisted on two blocks in Ole Miss ' 3-1 victory over Sam Houston State in the second match of the season. Even with Tidwell ' s injury, the Rebels began the season going 6-3 against non-Southeastern Conference opponents. One of the early highlights for the Lady Rebels was their play against the Texas Longhorns. Although they lost 3-1 to the 17th ranked Longhorns, the match made it obvious that the young Rebels could hang with the top-talent in the NCAA. During the match senior Nikki Hill showcased her explosive attack, tallying 18 kills. written by Patrick Ochs The Rebels went into SEC play with a 6-6 record, confident that they could take on any team that crossed their path. SEC play would not be kind to the Rebels. The Georgia match, the first SEC contest for the Rebels, was one to remember. Ole Miss jumped out to an early two games to none lead. However, Georgia would not go quietly into the night, storming back to surprise all in attendance at the Gillom Sports Complex and take the match three games to two. Ole Miss would go on to lose their next four matches by a combined 12 games to none. But then came the Auburn match. The Rebels would add a " W " to their 2005 record with a 3-0 win against the Tigers in Oxford. Jaclyn Toohey and Hill would lead the attack for the Rebels, both earning 17 kills, while senior Tricia Agee added 10 kills of her own. This would be the last time the Rebels would taste victory in the 2005 season. Ole Miss dropped their final 11 matches in a row, including a 3-2 heart-breaker at home against LSU. The Rebels finished the season with a 7-20 overall record, going 1-13 in SEC play. At home the Rebs were 5-9, while going 0-9 on the road and 2-2 at neutral sites. While the freshmen all made big contributions this season, unior Jaclyn Toohey will be looked to next season to help ead a very young team. In the 2005 season, she earned 361 kills, averaging 3.44 per game. Three Rebels were seniors this season: outside hitter Nikki Hill, middle blocker Tricia Agee and setter Ashleigh Shear. Hill led the team with 386 kills, averaging 3.78 per game while Agee ended the season with 166 kills, 16 service aces and 55 total blocks, and Shear finished the 2005 season with 1,115 assists, averaging 11.38 per game She also earned 12 service aces and was second on the team with 202 digs. Team in Alphabetical Order: Tricia Agee, Molly Alvey - Assistant Coach, Kristen Carroll, Joe Getzin - Head Coach, Nikki Hill, Emily Jones, Caitlin Keefe, Rachel Kieckhaefer, Katie Kramer, Tara Langley, Nicole Mahan, Cchristine Marchinski, Lauren Moffett, Anastasia Porter- Assistant Coach, Ashleigh Shear, Cory Tidwell, Jaclyn Toohey, and Allison Weber. 360 Athletics Wins and losses are not necessarily everything. This was definitely a building year for us. - Molly Alvey Assistant Coach — raieph ».-. BR-i m Athletics 361 Rebels victory throughout the season gave the fans a strong sense of pride for their team. Here, the team is seen celebrating one of their many wins. MP -n j for Omaha With their teamwork, determination and pure love of the game, the Ole Miss Baseball team battled against all odds for their chance to capture the SEC Title. written by Ty Allushuski - photography by Matt Sharpe The 2005 Ole Miss baseball team enjoyed the most successful season in the team ' s history. After finishing the 2004 season ranked eighth in attendance nationally, the Diamond Rebels set records for season ticket sales in anticipation of a stellar 2005 campaign. Ole Miss began the 2005 season ranked No. 16 nationally, but struggled somewhat out of the gates. After blanking Arkansas State 10-0 at home to begin the season, the Rebels went 4-3 in the team ' s next seven games and dropped contests against Southern Illinois and Northwestern State. However, Ole Miss would get back on track in a big way and would go on to win 16 of the next 18 games. After dropping the first game of the SEC schedule to then-No. 6 Florida in mid-March, Ole Miss went on to win the next two over the Gators to capture the series and move up to No. 7 in the polls. After the Florida series, Ole Miss again fell into somewhat of a slump. The Rebels lost their next three SEC series to Vanderbilt, Alabama, and LSU. Ole Miss fell from No. 6 in the national polls all the way to No. 21 after dropping those three series. The Rebels would again get back on track though with a big series win over Georgia, taking two of three from the Bulldogs. Soon after the winning the Georgia series, Ole Miss would accomplish something no Rebel team had done in over 25 years. Mississippi State came to Oxford for a three-game series with the Rebels and was greeted by jeering fans and eletric atmosphere. The No. 22-ranked Rebels swept the Bulldogs in three straight games to pickup the program ' s first sweep of Mississippi State since 1978. Junior pitcher Matt Maloney garnered two separate awards for his performance against Mississippi State. Maloney was named the SEC Pitcher of the Week after throwing 100 pitches against the Bulldogs and allowing only two hits while striking out four in a 5-0 victory. Shortly after that honor, Maloney was named as the NCBWA Pro-Line Cap National Pitcher of the Week. Maloney was automatically named to the Roger Clemens Award Watch List for the nation ' s top collegiate pitcher after receiving the national honor. Another Rebel player received a national award shortly after Maloney did. Ole Miss junior outfielder Brian Pettway was named one of three Louisville Slugger National Players of the Week by Collegiate Baseball newspaper on May 9. In five games that week, Pettway went 8-16 with five home runs and 12 RBI. Pettway homered in four consecutive games to finish out the week. After sweeping Mississippi State, Ole Miss went 8-3 in its last Mi 11 games to finish the season 40-16 in the regular season. The Rebels claimed a share of the SEC Western Division title for the first time since 1982 after sweeping Arkansas to close out the regular season. Ole Miss next tackled the SEC tournament in Hoover, Ala. The No. 14 nationally ranked Rebels defeated No. 16 Alabama 5-3 to advance to the next round. Ole Miss then came up with one of the team ' s best performances of the year to sweep the No. 7 Florida Gators in a two-game series and advance to the SEC championship game. The Rebels faced a familiar foe with revenge on the mind in the championship game. Ole Miss was matched against instate rival Mississippi State and this time the Bulldogs proved to be too much. Mississippi State defeated the Rebels 4-1 to win the SEC championship for the first time since 2001. Despite dropping the SEC championship game to the Bulldogs, Ole Miss was strongly rewarded by the NCAA selection committee as Oxford was selected as one of 16 host regionals for the NCAA tournament. The Rebels also received a No. 5 seed nationally. Ole Miss was matched against Southern Mississippi, Maine, and Oklahoma in the four-team regional. The Rebels barely broke a sweat in making quick work of all three opponents. Ole Miss began the tournament by defeating Maine 5-0 behind the pitching of junior Mark Holliman. The Rebels then beat Oklahoma 7-3 to advance to the championship game of the regional. In the championship game the Rebels faced off against Oklahoma and crushed the Sooners 20-5. With the victory, Ole Miss was assured of hosting a Super Regional for the first time in the program ' s history. The Rebels welcomed the Texas Longhorns to Swayze Field on June 1 1 to begin the best-of-three Super Regional to advance to the College World Series in Omaha. After a Friday rain delay in the first game of the series, Ole Miss resumed play on Saturday and defeated the Longhorns 6-4. The Rebels would then drop the next game to even the series and setup a winner-take-all championship game on Sunday. Sunday ' s match was a complete sellout and the game turned into a standing-room-only affair around the stadium. Fans that attended the game claimed they had never seem such an electric atmosphere in Oxford and ESPN agreed as the game was the third -most watched televised college baseball game. Sadly for the Rebels, fell 6-4 at the hands of the Longhorns in the deciding game. Texas advanced the College World Series for a record 32nd time and would go on to win the whole thing for the sixth time. . , , ,- continued on page 365 Athletics 363 Ole Miss was led offensively on the year by a slew of players, but none more so then Stephen Head and Brian Pettway. Head was a 2004 and 2005 finalist for the Golden Spikes Award given annually to the nation ' s best college baseball player. The junior first basemen pitcher batted .331 for the Rebels with 18 home runs and a team-leading 68 RBI. Head also picked up seven wins on the mound, as well as eight saves in relief efforts. Head was selected second-team All-America for her performance in the 2005 season. Pettway finished the season batting .383 with 21 homeruns and 67 RBI. He became the second player in Ole Miss history to record 100 hits in a season, setting a new mark with 102. Pettway was named as a first- team All-America selection by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. Ole Miss had eight players selected in Major League Baseball ' s 2005 amateur draft, including four in the first 100 picks; more than any other school in the country. Head was drafted in the second round by the Cleveland Indians, followed by a trio of third-round selections. Pettway went to the Toronto Blue Jays with the 86th overall pick and pitchers Matt Maloney and Mark Holliman were selected by the Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago Cubs respectively. Left-hander Eric Fowler and right-hander Anthony Cupps rounded out the Ole Miss selections on the first day after being selected by the Blue Jays and Arizona Diamondbacks. Second basemen Cooper Osteen and catcher Barry Gunter were selected on the second day of the draft to round out Ole Miss eight selections. (left) First baseman Stephen Head desprately attempts to run back to third base to avoid a close call. Team in Alphabetical Order: Vance Avalon, Luke Barthel, Tommy Baumgardner, Travis Bogue, Justin Brashear, Brett Bukvich, Jeremy Catoire, Chris Coghlan, Zack Cozart, Justin Cryer, Anthony Cupps, Peyton Fair, Eric Fowler, Miles Franklin, Barry Gunther, Jon-Jon Hancock, Stephen Head, Justin Henry, Mark Holliman, C.J. Ketchum, Alex Kliman, Will Kline, Bradley Lum, Drew Maddox, Matt Moloney, John Morgan Mims, Chris Moffett, Cooper Osteen, Cody Overbeck, Brian Pettway, Ryne Porter, Logan Power, Alex Presley, Stoney Stone, Walker Sudduth, Jojo Tann, Brooks Villar, Michael Wakefield and Mark Wright. II My goal for the 2005 season is to win the SEC, host both a regional and super regional and go to Omaha and win it all. - Eric Fowler II Athletics 365 Vtik A Gem New leadership is encouraging for the Lady Rebels Softball Team. Candi Letts and her Ole Miss Softball team had a banner year in 2005 with a 30-28 ( 10-20) record, but the coach figured it was time to give someone else a try at taking the next step with the club. Letts stepped down in May after coaching the Rebels to their first winning season in the nine-year history of the school ' s fast pitch program. Letts coached at Ole Miss for seven years. " With the exception of getting to the Southeastern Conference tournament, I have pretty much accomplished everything I wanted to get done as head coach at Ole Miss, " Letts said after her resignation. " We accomplished the first winning season this year, while playing a highly competitive non-conference schedule and being competitive in the SEC. I am real proud of that. " Despite the losing mark, the Rebels were competitive against conference rivals, as 12 of the 20 SEC losses were by two runs or less. The coach said she felt the time was right to step away following the successful season. " The program is on the up-swing and is set up for continued success, and that ' s the way I would like to leave. I really believe that everybody at Ole Miss should be excited that the program is in much better shape than when I inherited it. " Letts, who later accepted an assistant coach position with Northern Illinois University, leaves the program in seemingly good hands. New Head Coach Missy Dickerson took over the helm in the fall of 2005 after leading Texas A M - Corpus Christi to a 42-11 record the previous spring, and notch the school ' s third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. " I am extremely excited about this opportunity to be a part of a university like Ole Miss with so much tradition and history, " Dickerson said. " To be a part of the Southeastern Conference, a conference that has made tremendous strides on a national scale so quickly, is great. " Ole Miss fans are hoping Dickerson can have the same kind of instant success in Oxford as she enjoyed with the Texas A M branch school. During her tenure in Corpus Christi, Dickerson led the Islanders to a tremendous turn-around as she took them to a 1 12-56 record in her written by Josh Ellis - photography by Matt Sharpe three seasons. Prior to her arrival, the Islanders had an overall record of 74-106-1. Thankfully for Dickerson, the cupboard is not bare. The 2006 Rebels will return their entire pitching staff (Dana Brill, Mary Jane Callahan and Tara Willitt) which finished third this spring in the SEC in ERA at 1.65. Brill and Callahan both finished in the top 10 in the SEC in five pitching categories. The pitchers have plenty of defensive support behind them as the Rebels led the conference, turning 26 double plays in 2005. Also back is the team ' s brightest young star, shortstop Chloe Kloezeman, who led the league in assists for numerous games, and finished in the top five in assists for conference games en route to All-Freshman team honors as voted on by the SEC coaches. The freshman, who competed for the Greek Olympic team in Athens in 2004, made her presence felt, finishing third on the team in batting average and netting 19 RBIs, the second best on the team to go along with four home runs on the season. Dickerson ' s squad will lose just two seniors from the 2005 bunch, so there will be plenty of experienced youth to build on. " First and foremost, my goal is to come in and evaluate the program and be able to make Ole Miss a contender in the SEC West and a perennial power in the Southeastern Conference, " Dickerson said. " When we do that, we will become a player on the national landscape. " The 2005 Rebels emerged from their early season tournament schedule with an 11-4 mark, and were 2-1 in their own tourney, the Rebel Classic, but ran into a buzz saw in the form of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and LSU once SEC play kicked off. Four conference teams were in the preseason top 20 heading into the 2006 season, but even with the tough road ahead, Dickerson is optimistic about keeping the program on the right track. " Some of the challenges we face at Ole Miss are the lack of consistent success, " she said. " We want to try to encourage our athletes to hold the perception that we can make a change for the better here. " II The program is on the up-swing and is set up for || continued success. -Coach Letts Team in Alphabetical Order: Jill Bandhauer, Dana Brill, Mary Jane Callahan, Jordan Chitwood, Vanessa Gibbs, DeDe Justice, Lynette Karp, Chloe Kloezeman, Candy Letts- Head Coach, Stacey McCommon, Rebecca Mclntire, Kayla Mosley, Mandy Ott, DeDeann Pendleton- Assistant Coach, Lauren Rowe, Brooke Turner, Mandy Walls- Assistant Coach, Brittany Warner and Tara Willitt. 366 Athletics HB H H i J i II We accomplished the first winning season this year, while playing a highly competitive non-conference schedule and being competitive in the SEC. II - Coach Letts DeDe Justice Athletics 367 WRITTEN The 2004-05 season produced many historic highs for the Ole Miss women ' s rifle team. The team enjoyed tremendous success as a whole, as well as individually, under head coach Valerie Boothe. Boothe entered her ninth season at the helm of the Ole Miss program with a young and fairly inexperienced team. The 2004-05 Rebel squad featured no seniors, three juniors, three sophomores and two freshmen. However, despite the lack of senior leadership, the team managed one of the most successful seasons in school history. The 2004-05 season saw Ole Miss finish in sixth place at the NCAA Sectionals, which was the best finish in the program ' s nine-year history. The Rebels also won three matches over the course of the season which was one shy of the school record. Ole Miss secured victories against the University of Tennessee-Martin and against West Virginia during the season, and the Rebels captured the UT-Martin Invitational on January 28. Ole Miss also hosted the Great American Rifle Conference Tournament in February and finished in fifth place. One Ole Miss sophomore also garnered a prestigious national award for her play throughout the 2004-05 season. Jennifer Lorenzen was named as an honorable mention Ail-American by the National Rifle Association, the first time a member of the Ole Miss rifle team received that distinction. Lorenzen was also named 2nd Team All Conference in air rifle and Honorable Mention All Conference in small bore. Lorenzen averaged an impressive score of 581.5 as her air average for the 2004-05 season and recorded 576.3 as her small bore average. Her combined average of the two scores for the by Ty Allushuski - photography Contributed season was 1157.8. Junior Natasha Phillips picked up several academic honors this past season. Phillips was named All-Academic Student Athlete by CRCA and was also named as the Ole Miss Scholar Athlete of the Year by GARC. Against UT-Martin, junior captain Megan Sandage broke the Ole Miss air rifle record for six targets, finishing with a score of 587. Sandage also took home first place in the individual standings with a combined score of 1 157 against UT-Martin. Ole Miss defeated the Skyhawks 2320-2246 in the overall score. On Nov. 14, 2004, Ole Miss picked-up its second dual-match win of the season against the West Virginia Mountaineers. The Rebels defeated the Mountaineers 2274-2269 after strong performances from Sandage and Lorenzen. Sandage registered an aggregate score of 1152 while Lorenzen carded a score of 1148. Sophomore Mara Polonsky tied for first place in the small bore competition with a score of 575. On Feb. 27, 2005 Ole Miss hosted the GARC Championships in Oxford. The Rebels placed fifth in a field that included perennial powers Nebraska, Army and Kentucky. Ole Miss was led in the air rifle competition by freshman Shannon Wilson who recorded a career-best score of 588. Lorenzen led the Rebels in the small bore competition with a score of 577, which was good enough for 16th place. Wilson finished just behind Lorenzen in 19th place. In addition to three Rebel wins in 2004-05, Ole Miss also finished 2nd five times. Lorenzen paced the Rebels individually with a 1157.8 combined average, and Sandage was not far behind with an 1150.1 average. The Rebels return with a talent-laden team for the 2005-06 season that will look to build upon the success of this past year ' s team. Team in Alphabetical Order: Valerie Booth - Head Coach, Laura Gavin, Samantha Leach, Megan Sandage, Natasha Phillips, Jennifer Lorenzen, Jessica McClain, Mara Polonsky, Casey Phillips and Shannon Wilson. Right on laxact 368 Athletics The rifle team enjoyed tremendous success as a whole and managed one of the most successful seasons in school history. Athletics 369 370 Athletics written by Michael Atkins - photography Contributed v« The 2005 edition of Ole Miss men ' s and women ' s cross country offered not only a culmination of years of hard work and sacrifice, but also a foreshadowing of future successes to come. The men ' s team, led by sophomore standout Kyle Lewis, took home the top overall team award at the Arkansas State Invitational, finished in the top three at both the Saluki Invitational and the Memphis Twilight meet and defeated Vanderbilt at the Southeastern Conference Championships for the second consecutive year. The successes did not come easy for the Rebels though. After a summer of high-mileage off-season training, the men began the school year with intense training and a goal to improve upon their finishes in 2004. The daily regimen usually included a 10-mile run at 6 a.m., and then, after classes, they gathered for another practice in the afternoon. Two days a week the team worked with weights and other supplemental training. " During the fall season, it ' s really tough to balance everything, " Steve Clevenger, a sophomore transfer and a mainstay in the team ' s top three runners, said. " We run about 80 miles a week, take classes and compete on the weekends. You really have to commit yourself to it. " Lewis, a native of Bay St. Louis, learned all too well the rigors of balancing athletics with outside interruptions this season. Hurricane Katrina - considered by many as the largest natural disaster in our nation ' s history - blasted through his hometown soon after the fall semester began. Despite his family ' s displacement and the extensive damage to his home, Lewis managed to forge ahead, posting a top time of 24:45.78 at the SEC meet at Fort Jackson, S.C. The 2005 season was the last one for three seniors on the team: Matthew Merritt, Mike Atkins and Justin Jernigan. Jernigan, a Taylorsville native, has been a team leader during his four years at Ole Miss. At the Memphis meet in September, he was the first Rebel to cross the finish line, placing 13th overall in a time of 20:53.54 for four miles. " I ' m really going to miss running for Ole Miss, " Jernigan said. " It ' s been a great four years, and all of my best friends have come through being a part of running for the cross country team. I ' m also going to really miss running around Oxford. It ' s a great town for running. " With no seniors on the roster, the relatively inexperienced UM women ' s team also trained twice every day, and they continued to improve throughout the fall season. Shannon Chandler, a junior from Germantown, Tenn., was the top Lady Rebel runner at every meet of the 2005 season. Her top time for six kilometers (roughly 3.75 miles) came at the SEC Championships, when she ran 22:21.26. " Unlike football and baseball, cross country is a highly unrecognized sport, " Chandler said. " So the question is why do we show up for two-a-days every day? Why do we run 70 miles a week with no crowd of cheer or no newspaper articles with our highlights? The answer is easy. Each runner on the Ole Miss team has extreme passion and dedication for this sport. To find a quality like this in a person is rare, and I would just like to say how proud I am to know such runners as these. " Adding depth to the women ' s team were middle -distance specialists Kirby Patterson and Lindsay Doucett. Rounding out the top three with Chandler were Micah Pioreck and Samantha Mazer. All members of the women ' s squad will return in 2006. " I think we had a great year - on both the men ' s and women ' s sides, " Cross Country Coach Doug Blackwell said. " Winning at Arkansas State was great, and I really think we have the foundation for a very bright future for both teams. " Team in Alphabetical Order: Mike Atkins, Shannon Chandler, Stephen Clevenger, David Seth Conerly, Devin Damall, Lindsay Doucett, Carolyn Hill, Justin Jernigan, Cassie Kipper, Kyle Lewis, Samantha Mazer, Bryce McKay, Matthew Merritt, Kristi Nicole Moore, Kirby Patterson, Micah Plorek, Julio Quintana, Kay Sanford and Rachel Taff. With high hopes, the Ole Miss cross country team had the drive, endurance and determination that it took to go the distance but fell slightly short. Athletics 371 Life in til© " JO rloJAQy While hopes were high, the men ' s and women ' s track field teams both fell short of fulfilling dreams. Heart pumping, adrenaline rushing. That was what Antwon Hicks felt as he won the 60-meter hurdles at the 2004 NCAA Indoor Championship in Fayetteville, Ark. Leading his team, Hicks also placed 2nd in the 1 10-meter at the SEC Outdoor and Field Championship, which was held at the new, $5 million track and field complex adjacent to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Hicks is a four-time All American and has received many honors, such as the 2002 US Junior National Championship and 2002 World Junior Championship. Hicks is Ole Miss ' first individual World Junior Champion after placing first in the 110-meter hurdles at the 2002 World Junior Championships in Kingston, Jamaica. Hicks recorded a 13.56-second time in the 1 10-meter hurdles at the NCAA regional in order to qualify for his third straight appearance at the NCAA Outdoor Championship. Hicks managed a seventh place finish with a time of 13.54 seconds after clipping seven out often hurdles in the final race. He was named a 2004 NCAA Champion. However, this proved not to be Hicks ' last attempt at glory. With aspiring hopes, he set off to gain a spot at the Olympics in Athens. Hicks progressed past the first two qualifying rounds in Sacramento, California before being eliminated by four-hundredths of a second. Hicks was the top collegiate finisher in the 110-meter hurdles at the Olympic trials. He set an Ole Miss school record with a time of 13.45 seconds, but was just short of advancing to the final qualifying race. While Hicks was making his mark, the men ' s 4x400-meter relay team took fourth place in the NCAA Regionals; however, their efforts missed an automatic qualification for the NCAA Championships. written by Suzanne Payette Yet there was light at the end of their tunnel. Their top time of 3:06.7: placed them in the championship with Hicks and the lone Lady Rebel u make the meet, LaToya McBride. Throughout the season, heptathlete McBride and distance runne: Rachel Ellison led the Lady Rebels. With a school record setting time, Ellison ran a time of 4:22.43 in the 1,500-meter race ir the SEC Championship. While this was an extraordinary fea for her, Ellison advanced to the final race but did not score. At the SEC Indoor Championship, McBride placed fifth ir the pentathlon and tied her personal record in the heptathlon At her first NCAA Championship she seized 15th place witf 5,189 points. McBride was given All-SEC honors after he; showing at the championship. At the final race, the tean ' was leading before an unstable handoff slowed them down. The anchor, McBride, finished the race, presenting a time o! 45.19 seconds. A fourth place finish kept the Lady Rebel relay team, one hundredth of a second away from qualifying for the NCAA championships. Ano ther rising face, Brandie Pyler, narrowly missed qualifying for the 2004 NCAA Outdoor Championships with her pole vaul mark of 12-10 at the NCAA South Regional. Pyler tied for fifth at thi regional meet but lost out on a jump-off. She holds the university ' record in both the outdoor and indoor pole vault with marks of 12-K and 11-11.75 respectively. While hopes were high, the men ' s and women ' s track teams fell shor of fulfilling dreams. Both are returning strong leaders, experience, anc new faces that will hopefully fill in the gaps. Team in Alphabetical Order: Antisha Anderson, Michael Atkins, Brandon Atkinson, Anka Autman, Charles Bailey, Stephanie Barber, Brandon Barton, Franz, Bernard, Khai Berry, Taye Biddle, Doug Blackwell- Assistant Coach, Amber Bledsoe, Justin Campbell, Carmia Carroll, Kathryne Carter, Octavia Carter, Adele Champlin, Shannon Chandler, Kenyata Coleman, Paul Coselli, Fred Cummings, Lamar Daley, Devin Damall, Sirdonea Davis, Sean Digeorge, Philmore ' Epps, Jaquay Evans, Bill Fennell, Robyn Gaunder, Shantel Glass, Mark Gregory, Caleb Hammons, Antwon Hicks, Carolyn Hill, Andrea House, Justin Jemigan, Bernard Jones, Erin Jordan, Patrick Journy, Emily King, Chris Lawson, Kyle Lewis, David Maher, Samantha Mazer, LaToya McBride, Edward McCall, Corey McEwen, Alexis McField, Derek McGuire, Bryce McKay, Matthew Merritt, Pamela Miles, Morgan Miller, Corey Mills, Kimberly Mulkey, Micah Murray, Brian O ' Neal- Assistant Coach, Kirby Patterson, Chris Patton, Micah Pioreck, Camilia Pittman, Brandie Plyler, Demarco Potts, Josh Puckett, Raphew Reed, Allysonj Robertson, Demondrick Shumaker, Lee Smith, Philip St. Pierre, Chiquita Stephens, Crystal Stewart, Kristi Stillwell, Neil Tabor, Rachel Taff, Griffin Tanner, Francis Vital, Joe Walker- Head Coach, Taylor Warden, Erin Wibbels- Assistant Coach, Jenna Wix, Kao Wokoma and John Yarbrough. 372 Athletics Darrell Blakely (above): Senior Brandie Plyler, who holds the Ole Miss school record in both the outdoor and indoor pole vault, attempts to make this jump but is unsuccessful, (left): Senior Erin Jordan sets a good pace as she leads the Rebels in the Women ' s 1500 Meter Run. (far left): John Yarbrough successfully clears this hurdle in hopes of winning the race to help the Rebels overall score. II I think we have the perfect mix of experience and talent to make some moves in both the SEC meet and in the big national meets we participate in. - Coach Walker Athletics 373 Above R Oft, After a five-year drought, the Rebels captured two tournament titles and posted some of the best individual performances in school history. ace --» f After a string of disappointing seasons, hopes were high in 2004-2005 that the Rebels could begin to right the ship. One big reason for the Rebels ' newfound optimism was the return of Ernest Ross as head coach for the team. Ross, who was SEC Coach of the Year in 1982 and 1984, returned to Oxford after a 17-year hiatus. When asked about his goals Ross said, " We want Ole Miss to be thought of as one of the top collegiate gold programs in the South. " In 2004-2005 Ross did not waste any time trying to accomplish just that. The Ernest Ross era opened with a splash as the Rebels captured their first tournament title since March 21, 1999, at the Raising Cane Classic. In the event the team carded a collective 841, good enough to claim a 16-stroke victory. Sophomore Kyle Ellis from Senatobia, led the Rebels and tied for first place in the event, thus ending a three-year drought of Ole Miss golfers and individual championships. In the following weeks the Rebels moved to their best start in 10 years. At the Mason Rudolph Championships, the team finished fourth while Jordan Dempsey finished in second place. Dempsey and the Rebels continued to roll as they both collected their third-consecutive top-5 finish of the season at the Memphis Intercollegiate. The Rebels rounded out the fall season with a sixth place finish at the Gary Koch Intercollegiate and a third place finish at the University Club Intercollegiate in Baton Rouge. While in Baton Rouge, the Rebs fired their fifth-best total in school history and knocked off three Top 25 teams, including top-ranked Auburn. The fall season marked a remarkable turnaround for the Rebels as they brought in 39 rounds of par or better compared to a mere nine rounds of par or better in the fall of 2003. The Rebels cracked the Top 30 in Golfweek ' s national poll at the end of the fall season. The Rebels opened the spring in style as they captured their second " We want " Ole Miss to be thought of as one of the top collegiate golf programs in the south. - Coach Ross written by Peyton Smitr tournament title at the All-South Collegiate Invitational at Plantatk Oaks Golf Club. On top of the team success, Jordan Dempsey tied f first place, and Kyle Ellis finished in third place for the event. Ellis and Dempsey continued to prove themselves a formidab one-two punch at the Tulane Invitational while finishing third and fif respectively; however, the team ' s play was somewhat inconsistent leavii the Rebels with a fifth-place finish for the event. The Rebels inconsiste play continued the following week at the Conrad Rehling Alaban Invitational as they finished in 8th place again. The Rebels rounded out th e regular season on a higher no finishing fourth place at the Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate. Jordi Dempsey returned to his early season form while finishing in a t for third place. A bright spot for the Rebels headed into the SE tournament was the improved play of both Senior Lucas Boyd ai Sophomore Brice Bailey, who turned in solid performances in tl final weeks of the season. At St. Simon ' s Island, Ga., the men opened SEC tourname play by shooting an opening round of 311. This slow start w difficult to recover from and the Rebels finished the tourname in 1 lth place, edging out Vanderbilt to prevent themselves froj 1 being the doormat of the conference for the second year in row. Although the team may have been done, senior Jord - Dempsey earned a spot in the NCAA East Regional, named Fir Team All-SEC, Honorable Mention All-American for leading tl SEC in stroke average at 71.47 and rounded out one of the be individual seasons in Ole Miss history at the East Regional. Despite the disappointing finish, the Rebels showed va improvement from a year ago. After a five-year drought, the Rebe captured two tournament titles in 2004-2005 and also posted some of tl best individual performances in school history. With these improvemen and the return of a solid, young team, Ross has what it takes to make th team into one of the South ' s elites in the coming years. Team Members In Alphabetical Order: Derek Abel, Brice Bailey, Bruner Binion, Lucas Boyd, Clark Brewer, Jordan Dempsey, Ben Dowell, Kyle Ellis, Jarrod Gardner, Ben Glover, Mark Johnson-Assistant Coach, Callum Macauley, David Marino, Ryan Michals, Blair Miller, Joel Myrick, Chris Rogers, Ernest Ross- Head Coach, David Shields, Adam Swope and Graham Worsham. 374 Athletics Contributed Contributed Athletics 375 " — Ilk. Katherine Jones [la fa ifji iop sea Katie Davidson 376 Athletics Bonding and Qhowuao Adversity and struggles helped the Lady Rebels to bond and grow closer to one another both on and off the course. The 2004-2005 season for the Ole Miss women ' s golf team saw a small team draw close together, and culminated in the team hosting the SEC Tournament. Meghan Bolger, in her fourth season as head coach of the Lady Rebs, led a team of six golfers through a season of progress. The team traveled all over the country in the fall and spring seasons, preparing for the SEC Tournament, which was he ld in Mississippi for the first time since 1994, and was hosted by the Rebels at Tunica National. The squad was led by senior Nikki Hadd, who was a member of Coach Bolger ' s first recruiting class at Ole Miss. Hadd, hailing from Crestview, Fla., fought through back injuries to finish her collegiate career strong, leading the team in scoring. She averaged 76.54 strokes per round, and racked up five top 20 finishes on the season, including a strong showing at the Liz Murphy Collegiate Classic in Athens, Ga., home of the Georgia Bulldogs, one of the country ' s top programs. The only other senior, fifth-year Lisha Beyer, a native of Houston, Texas, also exhausted her eligibility this spring. She proved to be a solid team member who consistently appeared on Honor Rolls, and Beyer also lettered four times as Lady Rebel. Of the golfers who will be returning for the 2005-2006 season, sophomore Katie Davidson stood out, averaging 76.75 shots per round, second to Hadd. Davidson led the team with four top 10 finishes, written by Michael Wakefield consistently performing well under pressure. She also notched the team ' s lowest round of the year, a 69 at the Cougar Classic in Charleston, S.C. Davidson should continue to improve over her next two years at Ole Miss, and is expected to be a stalwart on Bolger ' s team. Also showing great promise was true freshman Katherine Jones, who competed in every tournament of the year. Jones had a solid year adjusting to the rigors of SEC golf, and figures to join Davidson and several others as the core of the team in the upcoming years. Says Jones, " At first it was intimidating, but pretty soon I realized that it does not matter whether you are a freshman or a fifth year senior, the goal is the . same: to win tournaments. " | Also returning next year are juniors Sarah Kate Cousart and Laura Evans. The two upperclassmen are expected to play a leading role during their senior years. Cousart added another top 20 finish to those of Hadd and Davidson. The small number of players turned out to be a blessing of sorts. " Having a small team allowed us to grow closer to one another off the course, and made for fun road trips and memorable times on the course, " Jones said. This Lady Rebel team had exceptional chemistry, which should, with the return of four out of six players, carry over into the next several seasons. The highlight of the year for Lady Rebs, and possibly for all of women ' s golf in Mississippi, was the SEC Tournament at Tunica National. Six nationally-ranked teams made the trip to the tournament hosted by Ole Miss, including No. 3 Auburn, who ended up taking home the title and No. 4 Georgia. The general manager at Tunica National, Bob Wolcott, was thrilled to have the tournament. " The SEC is one of the best collegiate conferences in the nation for all sports, and for women ' s golf, it is powerful. We are honored and excited to be host for this event, " Wolcott said. For three days Mississippi enjoyed some of the best college golf in the country, and the state benefited from the recognition. It was only the third time for the tournament to be held in the state, and was an enjoyable experience for all involved. The Lady Rebels worked through some difficulties to enjoy a successful season and made progress which should be continued in the next few years as Coach Bolger brings in more stellar recruiting classes. " I feel like our program is filled " with an incredible group of young women. They are all very talented - both on and off the course. - Coach Bolger Team in Alphabetical Order: Kelly Anders- Assistant Coach, Lisha Beyer, Meghan Bolger- Head Coach, Sarah Kate Cousart, Katie Davidson, Laura Evans, Nikki Hadd and Katherine Jones. Athletics 377 SiwJL the Best The talent, leadership and ambition of the Ole Miss Tennis team created yet another victorious season. Ole Miss Men ' s Tennis ended the 2005 season ranked third in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association ' s national rankings, capping off their 11th top 10 finish in 12 years. The team, which completed the season with an overall record of 25-4 and a conference record of 10-1, tied with the 1997 team for the most overall wins in a season. The Rebels also won the SEC Western Division for the fourth straight year and won their second consecutive SEC Championship. Guiding the Rebels through another tremendous season was Head Coach Billy Chadwick. Chadwick began his 23rd season at Ole Miss with a career record of 355-189. He finished the 2004 season as the recipient of the SEC Coach of the Year Award and the ITA Southeast Region Coach of the Year Award, which he received for the third time. Chadwick said of his team at the beginning of the season, " The SEC gets tougher every season. But we love that challenge. We embrace the challenge of playing the nation ' s top teams each week. We certainly have the talent to win championships. But we know I that we must work hard, stay positive and help one another along the way if we are to achieve our goals. " Helping Chadwick achieve those goals was his third-year assistant coach. Before the start of the 2005 se ason, Coach Chadwick said of his assistant, " Jeff has done a great job working with our players. He has developed a great rapport with them. Jeff has been instrumental in us winning the SEC West three consecutive years and the overall SEC title last year. He is one of the top assistant coaches in the country, and we look forward to many more championships together. " written by Ciystel Cannon - photography by Matt Sharp Year is a tribute to Cat ' s determination, hard work and concentration ir every match. We could not have won the SEC title without his leadership and will not defend our title without his leadership, either. " The third- year Ail-American completed his final run at Ole Miss rankec fourth in the nation in singles and 13th in doubles. Gard ' s fellow seniors Karim Alayli and David Donaldson, also had huge impacts on their team Alayli went 7-2 at the no. six singles. Prior to the season, Chadwict said, " Karim has won many big matches individually during hi; career at Ole Miss. He has been the deciding factor in a numbei of team victories. Karim ' s senior leadership - his attitude, hard work, and pla) - will be invaluable to our success this season. " Donaldson, ar ITA Scholar- Athlete, was a 2005 Rhodes Scholar candidate and a member of the Honors College. " David works hare on the tennis court and in the classroom. As a senior. he is an example to our younger players of success anc dedication. He makes his teammates better, " Chadwick said. Donaldson contributed to the selection of the Ole Miss Men ' s Tennis team as the winner of the prestigious ITA All-Academic Award. Fredrik Aarum, Juan Pablo Di Cesare, anc Bram ten Berge also received ITA Scholar Athlete recognitions. Returning for the 2006 season are Fredrik Aarum, Erie Claesson, Juan Pablo Di Cesare, Jakob Klaeson, Bram Ten Berge and Erling Tveit. Sophomore Aarum finished the season with a 10-5 dual match record. Claesson, also a sophomore finished the season ranked 13th in doubles, and won several key matches With Catalin Gard ranked number one in the nation, the tennis for the team. Junior Di Cesare won the clinching match of the SEC team started the 2005 season with the knowledge they could once again accomplish great things. Gard finished the 2004 season with an SEC record of 10-1. " Catalin showed incredible focus throughout the entire [2004] season, " Chadwick said. He is the kind of fighter you want on your side. When you play the top singles position in the SEC, you play the nation ' s best players every match. To be named the SEC Player of the Championship. Klaeson, a freshman, was 18-9 in doubles with fellow freshman Berge for the season. Berge clinched the Rebels berth in the Fina Four. Freshman Tveit finished his first season as a Rebel ranked 83rd in singles and being named to the AU-SEC team. Christopher Rea, a transfer from the University of Southern Mississippi, will join the defending SEC Champions to complete the 2006 Men ' s Tennis team at Ole Miss. II We know that we must work hard, stay positive and help one another along the way if we are to achieve our goals. || - Coach Chadwick Team in Alphabetical Order: Fredrik Aarum, Karim Alayli, Bram ten Berge, Billy Chadwick - Head Coach, Eric Claesson, Jeff Clark- Assistant Coach, Jakob Klaeson, Juan Pablo Di Cesare, David Donaldson, Catalin Gard and Erling Tveit. 378 Athletics Athletics 379 i I r ». 1 | [ 9 a ► u - oe Carlotti 380 Athletics Queens of the Ace Lady Rebels Tennis dominates the SEC by capturing the SEC Western Division Championship for the first time since 2000. If the Lady Rebel Tennis team is a serve, then their 2005 season was an ace. While not entirely untouchable, the team ended their season with a respectful 13-10 overall record and 5-6 record in the SEC. Additionally, the Lady Rebel Tennis team finished their season ranked 37th in the nation. Ole Miss won the SEC Western Division Championship for the first time with the most conference wins (five) since 2000. For the first time since 2002, the Lady Rebel netters returned to the NCAA Team Championships. Ole Miss made a record 11th overall appearance in the NCAA Championships with the Lady Rebels seed in the the " Sweet Sixteen " seven times. The team ' s match points did not stop there. Senior Chloe Carlotti, a two-time All-SEC honoree, became the seventh Ole Miss women ' s tennis All-American and the second under Head Coach Mark Beyers, who has been the women ' s tennis coach for four years. Carlotti ' s season ended in the third round of the NCAA Singles Championships in Athens, Ga., thus rewarding her the All-American title and ending her college tennis career one win shy of the 100-win mark. Additionally, doubles partners Carlotti and junior Virginia Tomatis (22-13), earned All-SEC honors for the second consecutive year. Ole Miss has had a player named to the All-SEC team 14 out of the last 15 years. Together, Lady Rebel Tennis veterans Carlotti and Tomatis earned a spot in the NCAA Doubles Championships for the second year in a row. " To make the NCAA ' s is a great honor for Chloe and Virginia, " written by Josh Ellis - photography by Matt Sharpe Beyers said. " There are so many great players in college tennis, so it is an accomplishment for them to be among such an elite group. They worked hard all year and were very instrumental in our winning the SEC West and making it back to the NCAA Championships. " Of the Lady Rebels ' 10 losses this season, six have been 4-3, including four to top 25 teams, which speaks volumes for a team that consisted of five newcomers. Among the newest additions to the Lady Rebels Tennis team was sophomore Ilona Somers, one of the nation ' s top rookies in 2004. Somers finished the 2005 season with an overall record of 20-11. Joining Somers as one the newest members of the Lady Rebels netters was Mimi Renaudin, who became an addition to the team in the spring of 2004, but redshirted. After a season of action on the courts, Renaudin ' s overall record stood at 14-11. Freshman Nika Koukhartchouk made her Ole Miss Tennis team career debut in the 2004-2005 season as well. Within her first months of playing tennis at Ole Miss, Koukhartchouk (21-12) defeated three nationally-ranked players. Freshman Carlin Cochran also joined the Lady Rebels Tennis team for the 2004-2005 season. At the end of her first season on the team, Cochran owned a 6-9 overall record. Rounding out the list of newcomers to the Lady Rebels Tennis team was freshman Sarah Sabin (7-5). " We had a good year, winning the SEC West and making it back to the NCAA Championships, " Beyers said. " We will work hard to continue our success, and hopefully next year we can advance further. " II We will work hard to continue our success and hopefully next year, we can advance further. || - Coach Beyers Team Members in Alphabetical Order: Mark Beyers - Head Coach, Chloe Carlotti, Carlin Cochran, Claire Conerly, Nika Koukhartchouk, Mira Radu- Volunteer Coach, Mimi Renaudin, Sarah Sabin, Ilona Somers, Preethi Subramanian, Whitt Taber- Assistant Coach and Virginia Tomatis. Athletics 381 Fancy " Tootwonk A freshman based team leads the Rebels to a SEC Western Division Championship, the first since 2000. When the Ole Miss women ' s soccer team began its season in early August expectations were high and there was much reason for optimism. Despite playing to a sub-. 500 record in 2004 and missing the NCAA tournament for the first time in two years, several factors pointed to a promising 2005 season. First, the Rebels welcomed 10 newcomers to the team this year in one of the most heralded freshmen recruiting classes ever for the program. Secondly, the talent on the Rebel squad was confirmed when Ole Miss placed seven players on the Olympic Developmental Program ' s prestigious Region HI team in July. " We were definitely optimistic about the season and excited to get things under way, " Head Coach Steve Holeman said. " We knew we had a very good recruiting class coming in. After first preseason game we were very excited because we felt like we had one of the best preseasons in a while, and we knew good th ings were to come. " When it was all said and done, Ole Miss had its first SEC Western Division title since 2000, and the Rebels were headed back to the NCAA tournament for the third time in four years. During the non-conference games to begin the season, the Rebels were led by stellar play from the team ' s two goalkeepers, sophomores Ann Shelton and Megan Vickery, as well as the play of the talented freshmen class. All 10 freshmen saw action at some point for the Rebels and six cracked the starting lineup. " When you have a big freshman class, which constituted almost half of our team, you never really know what you ' re going to get because they haven ' t been at this level yet, " Holeman said. " They ' ve been awesome and have made a huge impact on the program and been crucial part of our success. " Losing would not become a trend for the 2005 Rebel squad. After the heartbreaking loss to Tennessee, Ole Miss rattled off seven straight wins in SEC play. One of the key victories of that seven game stretch was written by Ty Allushuski - photography Contributec against the No. 11 Florida Gators on October 16. Previously, an Ole Miss team had never defeated a Florida team an the Rebels were 0-9-1 against the Gators dating back to 1996. However all of that would change when sophomore Chrissy Strini found fellow sophomore Amy Gill streaking toward the Florida goal with just unde three minutes to play. Strini hit Gill with a perfect pass, and Gill placed th( ball in the back of the net to secure Ole Miss ' first victory over Florida. Ole Miss would go on to defeat Kentucky 1-0 in Lexington the following weekend to clinch the program ' s first SEC Western Divisior title since 2000. The Rebels finished the regular season with two ties against No. 20 Vanderbilt and instate rival MS State en route to garnering a No. 2 seed in the SEC tournament. Although the team accomplished several major goal; throughout the season, several individual Rebel players weri also recognized for their efforts. Ole Miss had two freshmen; Jennifer Hance and Amandf Verkin, honored as the SEC ' s Freshman of the Week ir consecutive weeks to begin the 2005 season. The Rebels alsd grabbed two Defensive Player of the Week honors from the SEC, as well as one Offensive Player of the Week honor from the league. Shelton was named Defensive Player of the Week in week four, and junior Lyndsey Williams was received the honor in week 1 ! seven. Gill was the Rebels ' lone recipient of Offensive Player of the Week after her performance against Florida. Hance, Williams and Gill were each named to a National Team of the Week. Gill became the first Ole Miss player to be named to three National Team ' s of the Week in one season when she was honored by Soccer Buzz. Soccer America and Top Drawer after the win over Florida. Hance and Strini were chosen for the First Team All-SEC squad at the conclusion ol the regular season, while Hance also garnered Freshman of the Year from the SEC and a spot on the SEC ' s All-Freshmen team. Christine Breaux also joined Hance on the All-Freshmen team. Team in Alphabetical Order: Amy Bayles, Hillary Beckman, Christine Breaux, Austin Brown, Stacey Emmonds, Ashley Ferree, Amy Gill, Jennifer Hance, Steve Holeman- Head Coach, Derek Greene - Assistant Coach, Elise Karlowicz, Kellye LaVera, Christine Liberto, Cori Mehan, Caitlin Mizell, Brittney Potts, Morgan Reichel, Kelly Renie, Leslie Robichauz, Ann Shelton, Melinda Smith- Assistant Coach, Chrissy Strini, Brook Thebeau, Amanda Verkin, Megan Vickery, and Lyndsey Williams. 382 Athletics fci».: (top) Lyndsey Williams, No. 13, (above) Ann Shelton stops Florida from aggressively goes up against an Auburn scoring in Ole Miss ' monumental 1-0 player to prevent them from scoring victory over the 11 ranked Gators, (left) in their 1-0 victory in double overtime. Stacey Emmonds, No.ll, attempts to Ole Miss defeated Auburn 1-0 in double defend against Auburn in their home overtime. win that led into double overtime. The freshmen have made a huge impact on the program and have been a crucial part of our success. - Coach Steve Holeman Sp 1 nun mat •-• ■MM Athletics 383 Ole Miss dominated their difficult schedule and found themselves ranked No. 1 in the Deep South Conference. written by Matt Hitt - photography Contributed 50 00. Team in Alphabetical Order: Ben Benvenutti, Nick Benvenutti, Beau Bone, Bryndan Blasingore, Alex Bondurantflttlve Zach Bonner, Dave Chapman, Nick Conway, Ryan Garten, Coach Tim Goulding, Jesse Hall, Frank Herron, Mat] Hitt, Jeffery Jones, Dan Lawler, Mitch Lawrence, Riley McMinn, Chad Moreman, Townsend Neely, Joe Nickels, Ryan Pollacci, Chase Sackett, Scoop Slyman, Patrick Sokolowski, Sam Tyagi, Charlie Thornton and Thomas Wood n :atn c led) Will 384 Athletics The Ole Miss Rugby Football team celebrated their 31st year by .ompleting their first undefeated season since their humble beginning in 975. With a fantastic line of starting players and a promising group )f " rookies, " Ole Miss dominated their difficult schedule and found hemselves ranked number one in the Deep South Conference. Ole Miss ' schedule for the fall 2005 season presented difficult :ompetition such as Arkansas State, the reigning champs of the Deep South Conference. The Rebel Ruggers traveled three hours to be the irst team to beat Arkansas State at home in nine years. The University )f Memphis tried their luck playing Ole Miss at home only to leave lisappointed after an 80-3 loss. Ole Miss Rugby hosted the Mississippi Cup Tourney and kept he trophy after defeating MSU and USM in landslide victories. )ther victories include the Ole Miss Old Boys game, a team omprised of Ole Miss Rugby alumni, with a score of 41-0, and makeup game with S.L.U. finishing with 42-0. These games, vith the USM game from the Mississippi Cup Tourney, gave Ole Aiss three shut-out games in the fall 2005 season. Framed by an xcellent team, and recognized for their own outstanding abilities, welve Ole Miss players were selected All-Conference and four were ' ffered try-outs for All-South. The leadership for this talented team was decided early on by ;am elections. Curt Parker- President, Preston Denson- Treasurer, and .eed Mclnnis- Recruiting C.I. I. P. Coordinator ran the logistics with help ' om the Captains Ryan Garten, Nick Benvenutti and Vice-Captain Ryan Pollacci. The fall 2005 schedule for Ole Miss presented a unique challenge not just because of stiff competition but because of Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita inhibited travel that led to the cancellation of games. Ole Miss showed its support for the rugby community by offering to take in vagrant athletes whose schools were closed because of the disasters. Zach Bonner, a senior, went to the coast with other Ole Miss students to help with the hurricane relief e ffort. The 7-0 record for the fall season showed the university that Ole Miss Rugby was serious about winning, and attracted a growing fan base to the relatively unknown sport. Ole Miss completed the season with an amazing 296 points to their opponent ' s 53, ranking them number one in the Deep South Division going into the spring 2006 season. Reed Mclnnis led the team with seven tries, followed by Nick Benvenutti with six and " little " brother Big Ben Benvenutti with 4. Ole Miss Rugby faces a difficult spring season including such teams as Louisiana Tech, Arkansas State, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky, LSU, University of Memphis, and MSU. They will also attend the Cajun Cup Tourney in New Orleans, and the St. Patrick ' s Day Tourney in Savannah, Ga. Despite the challenging schedule, Ole Miss remains confident of its abilities and invites everyone to attend games and support them as they fight to earn a spot in the USA Rugby Final Four Championship. Athletics 385 386 Athletics Oxfc hX2WlG Outdoors OMOD provides fun and exciting alternatives to traditional and mundane activities that occur on an everyday basis. written by Christin Butler Most college students are continuously looking for fun, excitement, adventures, and road trips? There is no better place to look than here on campus at Ole Miss Outdoors. OMOD is a multifaceted program offered through the Department of Campus Recreation that exposes participants to the beauty and wonder of the great outdoors. OMOD emphasizes adventure, personal challenge and development, and fun with a variety of exciting outdoor activities and opportunities. Even if you are unskilled in certain areas, the OMOD staff will show you what is needed to help you achieve your goals. OMOD ' s main mission on campus is to encourage you to get out and live. OMOD does a variety of activities on their trips. From kayaking, rock climbing, and skiing to backpacking, rafting, and caving you are guaranteed to have an action packed, fun filled, thrilling adventure. Not only are these trips inexpensive but they also allow you to challenge yourself both mentally and physically. Josh Dollar, OMOD trip leader, said he wanted to become a trip leader at OMOD because he was looking for a job which was fun, challenging, and dealt with great people. He said he has found all that and more at OMOD. This semester OMOD plans to travel to Raccoon Mountain, Sypsey River, Tishimengo State Park, Sand Rock, Rio Grande, Big Bend National Park, Spring River, and Sardis Arches. " The best part of being outdoors is the feel of the warm breeze blowing in your hair and the beam of sunlight on your face, " Dollar said. " It is a wonderful experience that I am proud to be part of. " All OMOD staff members are knowledgeable on survival and how to administer emergency medicine in a wilderness setting. Dollar also said that Ole Miss Outdoors is a fun experience that everyone should try at least once. (above): Trip leaders Michael McGinnis and Chas Emerson canoe down the beautiful Sipsey River in Alabama, (top): An OMOD participant takes in the scenery while in Hauasupsi at the Grand Canyon. Athletics 387 Ac Aarurn, Fredrik lie, Miriam I, 1 94 hcl. Derek 374 Abernethy, Todd 1 19, 544, 356 Abide Leslie 181, 194,305 Ablanedo, Jose 194 Abies, Jackson 299 Abraham, Anna Claire 177, 181, 194. 305 Abraham, Michael 156, 194 Abram, Christie 156, 166, 194 Abramson, Sara 156, 194, 33 I Acosta, Jody 325 Acuff, Mimi 503 Adah, Ameze 166, 194 Adams, Ashley 503 Adams, Brett 313 Adams, Brooke 301 Adams, Candace 311 Adams, Clay 313 Adams, Jeannie 166, 194, 310, 31 1 Adams. Markeita 166 Adams, Suzanne 301 Adcock, John 355 Adcock, Mark 559 Aclcock, Mary Margaret 317 Adderholt, Shara 128 Addison, Burke 335 Addison, Luke 194,559 Addison, Zac 535 Adkins, Phillip 325 Adrian, John 130, 167,337 Aertker, Kailyn 295 Agee, Sam 356 Agee, Tricia 360 Agent, Ashton 295 Ager, Sarah 301 Agnew, Maggie 3 1 9 Agnew, Walker 1 9, 80, 8 1, 1 94 Aiello, Allie 194,319 Aiken. Molly 194, 305 Aiken, Robert 167, 325 Aills, Brittany 154,194,301 Ainsworth, Leigh 302, 305 Ainsworth, Luke 194, 337 Ainsworth, Meghann 162, 165, 184,194,305 Akins, Andrew 154,335 Akins, Sarah 305 Alabi, Adebanjo 1 66, 1 95 Alayli, Karim 378 Albarracin, Christian 173, 195, 351 Albers. Kane 178,339 Albriton, Cameron 337 Albury, Gary 551 Aldrdidge, Emily 195 Aldredge, Courtney 331 Aldredge, Parker 540,541 Aldridge, Emily 305 Aldridge, Ryan 352, 333 Alemu, Testa 166 Ales, Corie 86 Alexander, Heather 3 1 9 Alexander, Jason 32 Alfonso-Jones, Chelsea 154 Alford, Ashley 1 95, 32 1 Alford, Warner 182,347 Alias. Andrew 335 Ali adcgan, Hannah 195, 331 Allen. Alexis 3 17 Allen, Ben 404 Allen. Blake 315 Allen. Brittany 503 Allen, Brittney 312 Allen, Charles 325 Allen. Gregory 130, 155. 172, 195 Allen, (Catherine 301 Allen, Meredith 177, 195.519 Allen, Nelson 181, 195 Allen, Polly 502, 303 Allen, Rachel 154, 195.301 Allen, Sarah 301 Allen, Commie 301 Allen, Whitney 195,295 Alley. Li 317 Allison. Laura Beth 303 Allnutt, Katie 321 Allushuski, Ty 555 Aim. David 179, 195 Altenbach, Stephen 3 1 3 Amborn, Charlie 337 Amborn, Robert 337 Amos, Slate 333 Anders, Kelly 3 " Anderson. Andy 339 Anderson, Annie 505 Anderson, Antisha 372 Anderson, Ashley 505 Anderson, Cedric 164 Anderson, Chrissy 503 Anderson, Dabbs 301 Anderson. Eenton 325 Anderson, Garrett 339 Anderson, Gina 303 Anderson. James 297 Anderson, Jenny 184, 185, 195 Anderson, Liz 295 Anderson. Natalie 301 Anderson, Paige 331 Anderson, Roy 325 Anderson, Triston 166 Andrews, Amber 165, 196.505, 552 Andrews, Ashley 180, 196.290, .305 Andrews, Bryan 163 Andrews, Carley 319 Andrews, Charles 1 56 Andrew ' s, Steven 337 Andrus, Tyson 351 Angle, Caroline 3 19 Anscll, Amber 156 Antar, Jennifer 196 Antici, Anna Brirtain 303 Antici, Kirk 525 Antici, Tate 325 Anrrobus, Roy 333 Apple, Matt 3 1 3 Applewhite, Breland 3 1 3 Archer. Ashley 305 Archer, Kate 196, 303 Archer, Stephanie 5 1 7 Archie, Antearta 166, 196 Arentson. Kari 505 Ares, Rebecca 156 Arguelles, Milani 404 Armendinger, Drew 1 96, 528 Armour, LaMark 551 Armstrong, Emily 321 Armstrong, Grace 162, 181, 192, 196,315 Armstrong, Tiffinc 166 Armstrong, Virginia 315 Arnold, Amie 301,336 Arnold, Angela 196,301 Arnold, Hunter 313 Arnold, Will 332, 333 Amow, Paul 196, 32S Arrexi. Jamie 184, 196 Arst, Chap 328 Arthur, Corwin 307 Ash, Landon 335 Ashburn. Shannon 505 Ashford, Allison 130, 173,321 Ashmore, Amanda 156, 177 Ashmore. Raymond 156, 163, 196 Ashoo, Dru 509 Askew, Anna 154, 196 Atchison, Kristen 1 56 Arer, Kristen 321 Atkins, Michael I 30, 37 1 . 372 Atkins. Suzanne 173 Atkinson, Brandon 372 Atkinson, Erin 3 1 Atkinson, Kyle 53.5 Atwood, Michael 154, 555 Aubrey, Julia 96 Augustine, Maria 331 Austin, Blakeley 301 Austin, Gary Dane 129 Austin, Isaiah 86 Austin, Keith 327 Austin, Kramer 555 Auter, Alanna 331 Autman, Anka 372 Avalon, Vance 565 Aven, Anna Lauren 505 Aven, Peyton 539 Averwater, Robbie 355 Avery, Bekah 303 ivrca, Katv 30. Aycock, Anthon; Babb, Crys Baca, Christina _..., Backsrrom, Briley 5 1 Bacon, Andrew 297 Badie, Cortessia 162, 166, 186, 196 Baer, Kevin 337 Baggert, Ryan 196,555 Bagley, Drew 305, 355 Bagley, Johnathan 177, 181,196 Bagwell, Drew 337 Bailess, Becca 196,317 Bailey, Allison 305 Bailey, Aaron 156 Bailey, Betsey 1 73, 304, 305 Bailey. Brad 337 Bailey, Brice 119,339,374 Bailey, Charles 119,372 Bailey, Chris 528 Bailey. David 17.3 Bailey, Elizabeth 162 Bailey, Kamesha 178, 196 Bailey, Matt 196 Bailey, Meredith 197, 305 Bailey, Shellie 197 Bailey. Tay 505 Bailey, Verna A. 120 Bain, Carl 163 Bain, Matt 334, 335 Baker, Andrea 303 Baker, Anna 100, 101 Baker, Bradley 16,152 Baker, Brittany 319 Baker, Drew 539 Baker, Josh 299 Baker, Lindsey 330,351 Baker, Morgan 505 Bal, Ruth 511 Balducci, Lou Ann 181, 1 97, 52 1 Balentine, Autumn 295 Ball, George 1 97, 324, 32.5 Ball, Sara Martin 127, 128, 130, 1 54, 1 70, 1 76, 1 97, 300, 30 1,319 Baly, Kate 520, 321 Bamberger, Dan 335 Bambrick, Clancy 321 Banahan, Abby 197,317 Banahan, Abigail 124, 125 Banahan, Johnny 339 Bancook, Kristin 3 1 9 Bandhauer, Jill 366 Bandy, Melissa 197, 301 Bane, Jennifer 184, 197 Banks, Brittany 166 Banks, Nate 351 Banks, Richard 327 Barber, Caroline 319 Barber, Stephanie 372 Barbour, Kameron 321 Bardwell. Will 170 Bareh ' eld, Henry 166 Barefoot, Betsy 305 Barger, Lacy 3 1 7 Barham, Blaire 319 Barham, Brett 325 Bark, Bennett 341 Barker, Joey 355 Barklcy, Corrie I 97, 505 Bailey, Mart 197,313 Barlow, Angela 197,301 Barnard, Britney 301 Barnes, Courtney 303 Barnes, Allison 303 Barnes. Beck 355 Barnes. Brooke 52 I Barnes, Chris 525 Barnes. Christian 197, 313 Barnes. Markie 303 Barnes, Megan 3 1 7 Barnes, Sidney 129 Barnes. Stephanie 156. 197 Barnes, Whitney 503 Barnes, Yamika 166. I L Barnett, James )S Barnetr, Ryan 341 Barnett, Sheena 130, 159, 160, 176, 1S4, 185, 19 404 Barnett, Virginia 32 1 Baron, Amy 317 Barousse, Luke 1 _ 9 Barr, Carrie 319 Barrenrine, Lana 352 Barrert, Bess 521 Barrett, Blake 541 Barren, Charles 129 Barrett, John 339 Barrett, Mary Ann 155, 162. 172, 197.305 Barrert, Reed 297 Barrows, Danielle 317 Barry, Kathryn 198,301 Barry, Shannon 33 I Bartce, Carla 558 Barter, Teresa 3 1 1 Barthel, Luke 56 5 Bartholomew, Bailey 331 Bartlett, Mary Virginia 321 Barton, Brandon 372 Basinger, Andrew 156,162 Baskett, David 167 Baskin, Brad 154, 339 Bass, Jonathon 5 1 3 Bass, Robert 339,351 Bassettt, Christina 32 1 Bates, Colleen Annette 12s 1 Bates, David 333 Bates, Patrick 297 Batt, Will 555 Bauer. Case) 5 I 5 Bauer, Holly 122 Bauman, Charlene 121, 156. 188, 198 Baumgardner, Tommy 1 1 9, 564, 565 Bax, Justin 32 Baxter, Teresa 166, 167, 176 Bayles, Amy 582 Beachum, Lana 52 I Bcall, Cam 505 Beard, Barrett 62, 184, 198,29 " , 402, 404 Beard, Brooke 305 Bea rdsley, Jennifer 295 Bcasley, Alex 308, 509 Beaslcy. Jenni 315 Bcasley, Megan 305 Beatrie. Lauren 177, 295 Beatty, Shipley 325 Bcazlcv, De 305 Beckett, Rebecca 295 Beckham, Allison 301 Beckham, Trey 328 Beckman, Hillary 382 Beckman, Lindley 128, 129 Beckman, Michael 355 Becknell, Alex 319 Becknell.John 297 Beckworth, Carter 341 Bee. Paige 317 Beebe, Jennifer 3 1 9 Beeman, Lindsey 319 Beeman, Trey 179, 359 Becne, Alex 162, l - 7 Beennett, Sarah 321 Bell. Kellie 130, 159. 154, 169, 173, 176, 198,305 Bell. Natalii Belkpherche, Scott 335 Beman, Rebecca 295 Bcmhry, Todd 121. 174 Benedict, David 184 Bcnefield. Daniel 5 39 Benge, Seth 559 Bennet, Sarah 187 Bennett, Brad 188 Bennett. Kate 5 I 7 Bennett. Marley 505 Bennett. Reginald 130, 152, 198 Benson, Brett 313 Benson, Kyla 519 Benton, Matt 513 Benvenutti. Ben 198, 297,384 Benvcnutti, Nick 384 Berg, Michael 173,559 Beige, Bramteil 165, 378 Bergin, Brent 526. 52 _ Bernard, Franz 372 Berndr. Erin 301 Berry, Davis 552,333 Berry. Emily 18 ' Berry. Heather 181, 194,521 Berry, Katy 301 Berry, Khai 372 Berry, Phillip 333 Berry, Sara 301 Berry, Tyler 528 Bcrryhili, Leslie 503 Bertrand, Rebecca 89, 1 I 8, 124, 126, 130, 144, 168, 176, 199,294 295 Bcrrucci, Evan 325 Bertucci, Timmy 32 5 Best, Suzanna 30 1 Berhea, Lindsay 199, 305 Bethlcy. Carl 156 Bevilaqua. Kara 517 Beyer, Lisha 377 Beyers, Mark 381 Bickerstaff, Sarah Love 154, 301 Biddle, Ben 525 Biddle, Due 326, 551,372 Bidek, Diane 315 Bienveuu, Audre ' 307 Biggs. Cara Ann 319 Bigham, Tyler 1.56, 163 Bilbo, Drew 181 Bills, Conner 325 Bilyeu, Jamie 51.5 Bing, Aly 5.3) Bingham. Elyse 199.331 Bingham. Kendall 505, 355 Bingham, Nick 174 Bingham. Zach 333 Binion, Bruner 558. 339,374 Birdsong, Rachel 321 Bishop. Chris 50S, 509 Bishop, Matthew 1 54 Black, And. 320,321 Black, Brady 551 Black, Catherine 305 Black, Elizabeth 162, 199,3 505 Black, Lauren 294, 295 Black, Meghan 162. 199, 30 c Black, Sally Spears 301 Black, Staci 154,295 Blackburn. Joe 341 Blackburn, Kelyn 295 Blackledge, Laura 1 99, 303 Blackmon, Robert 324.52 5 Blackwell, Emily 5 I 5 Blaekwcll, Laura 501.540 Blackwell, Lee Ann 295 Blair, Brittany 162. 199 Blair. Jeannie 121, 16.5, 199, Blair, Michael 337 Blair, Rachel 505 Blake, Brittany 33 1 Blakely, Darrell 18 5. 402, 4C Blalock, Meghan I S4 Blanchette, Mallory 317 Bland, (listen 199 Blankenship, Kate 317 Blasingame. Bryndan 1 77 Blasingore, Bryndan 384 Bledsoe, Amber 372 Bledsoe, Julia 301 Blevens, Carly 162 Bliss, Tyler 299 Blissert, Jerome 1 66 Blocker, Chris ISO, 199 Blonkvist, Whitney 305 Bloodworth, Jeffrey 156, 16 Bloom, Lance 326, 527 Bloomc, Krista 295 Bloss, Matt 33.3 Blount. Charles 325 Blount. Emily 199. .305 Blount, Katelyn 5 i 7 Blowkvisi. Michael 525 Bly, Audrey 515 Bobo. E ' lane 501 Bobo, I ee 303 Bockelmann, Erin 29.5 Bodkin, Brians 301 Bogle, Andrew 513 Bogue. Travis 365 Bohlke. Sanders 6, 16 Bojuwon, Lukman 121, 171, 176 Bolen. Cory 156, 163 Boler, Man Beth 501 ling, jay $li olton, Michelle 317 olton, Robyn 317 nds, Tony 351 ►ndurant, Alex 339. 384 ne, Beau 384 inifay, Matt 154 mncr, Andrew 156,163 »nner, Zach 180,384 ione, Christina 162 jone, Dorothy 167, 303 Boone, George 339 Boone, Whitney 301 Booten, Jacob 333 Boozer, Amanda 162, 200, 301, •15 irdelon, James 200,313 nne, Mignon 319 irrelli, Benji 352 istick, Amanda 303 mck, Kristen 319 ■udreaux, Bryan 341 i, Tiffany 184,200,403, mrland, Audrey 154, 177, 301 mrnes, Kelly 166 iwden, Gib 337 iwdry, Dominiqua 166 wen, Anrica 156 iwen, Collin 200 .iwen, Lindscy 162, 177 Bowen, Reid 325 Bo wen, Todd 156, 163 Bowers, Chris 351 Bowles, Alicia 159, 160, 161,176, !4, 1 90, 200, 404 iwles, Ashley 319 .x, Blanton 184,303 ix, Bradley 333 ix, Thomas 325 yce, Ben 351 ►yd, Amy 33 1 iyd, Caroline 305 .oyd, Jackson 301 Boyd, Justin 177, 181,200 Boyd, Lauren 319 Boyd, Lindsey 317 Boyd, Lucas 374 Boykin, McKinley 351 yk in, Reynolds 200, 333 .►vies, Zach 174 Bozeman, Eric 356 Bozeman, Michael 351 Braasch. Heather 303 Brabee, Claire 200,301 Brabec, Susan Claire 180 Bracey, Margaret 319 Bracey, Demetria 156,200,401 Bracey, Margaret 318 Braden, Marley 303 Bradford, Harrison 307 Bradford, Lacey 319 Bradley, Catory 1 74 adley, Katory 329 adley, Michael 299 adley, Morgan 200, 305 .adley, Natalie 154, 200, 32 1 Jradshaw, Katherine 319 Brady, John 341 Brady, Lyndsey 315 Bragg, Lisa 177 Braithwaite, Joshua 351 Brame, Lindsey 295 Brame, Olivia 321 Bramlage, Jenny 321 Bramlert, Emilie 128 Brand, Walter 313 Brandon, Joe 327 Brannon, James 180,337 Braun, Lauren 201,295 Bravo, Blythe 154, 331, 409 " rawner, Alyssa 1 3 1 rawner.Jill ' 201,309 .rantley, Ashley 181,200 Brantley. Bry 303 " Vantley, Marisa 315 lasel. Chris 341 rashear, Justin 365 rashier, Dewey 317 raun, Lauren 201. 295 reaux, Christine 382 .reaux, Kim 201,402 Breland, Jackson 339 Brendle, Drew 325 Brent, Holly 201,315 Brents, Melissa 20 1,315 Brereton, Katie 305 Brett, Joseph 332,333 Brett, Thomas 333 Brewer, Ben 167,339 Brewer, Catherine 1 3 1 Brewer, Cathy 154, 303 Brewer, Clark 374 Brewer. Oby 313 Brewer. Ward 326, 327 Brewer, William Barrett 156 Brickey, Karen 131, 134. 154, 201,301 Briggs, Courtney J 66 Briggs, Emily 1 82 Briggs, Jessica 156 Brill, Dana 366 Brinson, Chris 333 Brinson, Jenna 201,321 Brister, Natalie 319 Britt, David 333 Britt, Margaret 301 Brittingham, McLean 303 Brock, Lindsay 295 Brock, Ramsey 325 Brod, Ashley 331, 409 Bromley, Reynolds 325 Brooks, Jason 333 Brooks, Jimmy 351 Brooks, Tyler 341 Brooks, Vance 1 54 Broome, Abigail 305 Broome, Brett Thomas 40 1 Broun, Matthew 337 Broussard, April 38,131,178 Broussard, John 38, 121, 174 Brower, John 333 Brown, Adraine 166 Brown, Allyn 333 Brown, Amanda 201,331 Brown, Amber 315 Brown, Austin 303, 382 Brown, Brandon 201 Brown, Bryan 351 Brown, Cannon 155,201 Brown, Carletta 358 Brown, Carlos 166 Brown, Chetonia 166 Brown, Cindy 182 Brown, Dabney 30 1 Brown, Elder 307 Brown, Elizabeth 295 Brown, Justin 156,163 Brown, Katherine 131,145 Brown, Katie 201, 331 Brown, Kendall 315 Brown, Larry 101 Brown, Lindsey 202, 305 Brown, Liz 295 Brown, Maggie 184, 202, 33 1 Brown, Margaret 319 Brown, Margie 301 Brown, Parker 339 Brown, Russ 202, 333 Brown, Ryley 307 Brown, Sarah 202,321 Brown, Wes 339 Browning, Whitney 321 Broyles, Becky 301 Bruce, Jessica 182 Brune, Shelby 317 Bruno, Adrienne 202,331,409 Bruno, Robby 335 Brush, Jordan 202, 32 1 Bryan, Christopher 187 Bryan, Ivy 303 Bryan, Spencer 131, 145, 168, l i,3?9 Bryan, Wayne 328 Bryant, Cameron 328 Bryant, Christina 317 Bryant, Julia 202, 305 Bryant, Trae 325 Bryson, Randon 166 Bucaciuc, Alex 301 Bucak, Andy 328 Buccola, Daniel 179 Buchanan. Cameron Buck, Ryan 341 Buckman. Ashley 124, 125, 131, 321 Bucksbarg, Kristi 3 1 9 Budde.Kris 317 Budslick. Sara 202.315 Budukh, Parag 131 Buerck, Andrea 185 Burlington, Nicole 202, 303 Buford, Katie 202, 301 Buglewiez, Malinda 154 Bui, John 202 Bui, Rose Kim 128,401 Bujnoch, Caitlin 331 Bukvich, Brett 365 Bullard, Ty 114, 155,339 Bullock, Joey 339 Bullock, Kyle 184,202 Bullock, Maggie 301 Bullock, Nicole 179 Bullock, Ryan 128. 131,307 Bunin, Elaine 202,315 Bunryn, Brandee 132, 138, 154. 162. 173 Burch. Carrie 154, 305 Burchfield, Brirtney 331 Burchfield, Heather 181,184,202, 317,402 Burck. Lizzie 319 Burford, Matthew 129 Burgener, Nicky 339 Burgess, Caroline 317 Burgess, Meredith 162, 317 Burgher, Frank 335 Burke, Derek 202,333 Burke, Shannon 294, 295 Burkhalter, Laura 303 Burkhalter. Lelia 301 Burks, Jamison 179 Burks, Taylor 325 Burnham, Jeremy 156,163 Burns, Cadley 52 Burns, Justin 341 Burrell, Sara 317 Burton, Holly 202, 305, 355 Busching, Wright 165, 339 Bussey, Jenny Lind 317 Bustamante, Travis 325 Butler, Ashley 132,319 Butler, Bo 337 Butler, Brett 203, 298, 299 Butler, Christin 184, 203, 402, 404 Butler, Denaya 166, 184, 203, 404 Butler, Emily 319 Butler, Jeff 299 Butler, Jokeidre 166 Butler, Leona 166, 203 Butler, Martha 295 Butler, Sara Shari 203 Butler, Taylor 303 Bynum, Parker 325 Bynum, Sarah 132, 162, 170, 176, 203,315 Byrd, Justin 297 Byrd, Kelli 317 Byrd, Nakedra 166 Byrd, Willis 156 Byrne, Ryan 297 Cagle.Allie 295 Cagle, Lindsey 203,315 Cain, Brandon 180,203 Caldwell, Adele 300,301 Caldwell, Jessica 321 Caldwell, Todd 333 Calhoun, Callie 301 Calhoun, Maegen 317 Callahan, Mary Jane 366 Calvert, Amy 203,317 Camacho, Jeremy 333 Camburn, Rachel 132,180,203, 308, 309 Camel, Rozerrio 166, 186, 329 Camerer, Paige 33 1 Cameron, Jacob 333 Camp, Frederick 337 Campassi, Claire 203, 321 Campbell, Amanda 295 Campbell, Ann 301 Campony, Port j.- 9 Canaan. Heather 331 Cangelosi. Camille 317 Canizaro, Sarah 303 Cannada. Baker 12 " . 132, 154, 339 Cannada, Baxter 339 Cannada, Caroline 303 Cannada, Kathryn 128 Cannada, Katie 203, 303 Cannon, Aspen 156,166,203 Cannon, Crystel 132, 1S4. 203. 404 Cannon, Laura 35 1 Cannon, Stanley 156 Canon, Ryan 204 Cansdale, Elizabeth 358 Canterbury, Brittany 5 1 7 Cantrell. Jessi 315 Canrrcll, Jordan 339 Capocaccia, Taylor 297 Card, Coleman 335 Carder, Adam 154 Cardwell, Rvan 339 Carey, Caitlin 172,204 Carey. Jane 303 Carey, Sarah 295 Carlin, Courtney 295 Carlisle, Thomas 339 Carlotti, Chloe 381 Carlson, Will 337 Carmack, Amber 295 Carmean, Wendy 182 Carmichael, Brittany 301 Carmichael, Brooke 301 Carmichael, Brookley 204 Cannichiel, Colby 337 Carnaham, Kate 204, 315 Carouthers, Demario 204 Carpenter,, Anna 303 Carpenter, Hunter 171, 181, 339 Carpenter, Matt 328 Carpenter, Sam 313 Carr, Bonnie 3 1 7 Carr, Byron 204 Carr, John 341 Carr, Lacy 317 Carr, Louis 70, 73, 204 Carr, Whitney 303 Carrier, Hank 332, 333 Carriere, Anne 319 Carrillo, Heather 173 Carrington, Emery 132, 161, 185 Carroll, Allen 156, 204 Carroll, Carmia 372 Carroll, Clay 325 Carroll, John 313 Carroll, Kristen 360 Carroll, Sawyer 156 Carruth, Joe 341 Carson, Fowler 303 Carson, Graham 303, 401 Carstens, Briana 128, 132, 295 Carrer, Aubrey 204 Carter, Catherine 180,301 Carter, Dori 305 Carter, Evan 355 Carter, Hannah 319 Carter, Kasey 319 Carter, Kathryne 3 " " 2 Carter, Laura 315 Carter, Mariel 204,317 Carter, Mart [ Carter, Octavia 372 Carter, Sara 321,355 Cartledge, Cosby 339 Cartlidge, Gabe ' 156, 162, 163 Cartwright, Clint 325 Cascio, Charles 165, 171, 181, 204,271,338,339 Case, Amelia 318,319 Case, Hunter 352 Casner, Robert 341 Cason. Courtney 162, 1 " " 3,295 Cassidy, John 297 Castigliola, Caroline 3 1 7 Caswell, Tyler 335 Catalano, Lindscy 319 Catoe, Bo 325 Catoire, Jeremy ' Cavett, C lav 1 (ease. Megan 303 Cecil. Chris 341 Cedatol, Courtney 303. 355Ccrrion. Jackie 16 6 Cesare, Juan Pablo Di 378 Chadboume, Mary 319 Chadwick, Billy 378 Chadwick. Hudson 333 Chadwick, Jennifer 132 Chadwick, Liz S03 Chaffin, Patrick 325 Chambers, Emily 204.551 Chambliss, Alvenia 204 Chambliss, Beau 325 Chambliss, Dr. Walter 95 Chambliss, Matthew 204. 315 Chamoun, Natalie 301 Chamoun, Nick 335 Champion, Chris 20. 114, 132, 155, 172,204,558,539 Champion. Michele 133 Chancellor, Julia 315 Chancellor, Leah 303 Chandler, Charlotte 319 Chandler, Mae 204,315 Chandler, Rachel 164 Chandler, Shannon 204. 371 Chaney, Logan 321 Chapman, Camille 303 Chapman. Clay 313 Chapman, Dave 384 Chapman, Drew 333 Chapman, Elizabeth 161. 184.205. 2-1.402,404 Chapoton, John 29 _ Charbonne, Hunter 513 Cheek, Hollee 135. 154, 205, 305 Cheek, Lauren 301 Cheney, Laura 128 Cheng, Ada 181,317 Chernus, Amy 318, 319 Chester, Erin 30 1 Chew, David 298, 299 Childers, Chip 325 Childers, Dustin 152, 154, 205 Childers, fennifer 180,205 Childers, Tiffany 156 Childress, Kathleen 319 Childress, Karie 205, 301 Chitwood, Jordan 205, 366 Choate, Adam 297 Chong, Ming Kuan 1 80 Chorin, Hannah 531 Christ, Patrick 96 Christaens, Cory 179 Christensen. Derek 307 Christie, Carlcy 188,205 Church. Ashley 205,301 Church, Brent ' 181,205,313 Ciaione, Laura 205, 321 Cibulas, George 177, 187,205 Claesson, Eric 378 Claney, Meghan 555 Clark Bract 327 Clark, Brian 327 Clark, Charles 349, 55 1 Clark, Christopher 156, 205 Clark, Dedrick 351 Clark, Elaine 305 Clark, Erin 305 Clark, Gordon 328 Clark, Jeff 378 Clark, Kayla 205, 295 Clark, Lauren 25, 162. 205, 295 Clark, Len 559 Clark. Meki 113, 162, 205, 355 Clark, Mike 328 Clark, Trey 115,133,339 ( lay. Adam 509 Clay, Anna Booth 301 Clay, Glenn 166.20S Clay, Jonathan 309 Clayton, Candace 305 Clayton, Carlcy 208. 505 Cleary. Mark 155.541 (lean, Peter 185,404 Clem, Adam 179, 188. 20S Clement, Anna 319 Clements, Lindsey 208,315 Clevenger, Stephen 371 liburn, Katie O lore, Katie 162.208,319 Clothier, Brett 297 loud, [ulie 162. 521 Coaklcy, 1 Coatdey, Leslie i ( ochran, Carlin 301, $8 I k hran, Christin 301 ( ockerell, Casey 299 Cockran, Lindsey 303 rcll, Christopher Ben 156 r, Anne 208, 321 C oggins, Heather I S6, 208 Coghlan, Chris 364, 365 lan, Mick 328 Cohen, Marcus 351 Cohran, Anthony 166 Coker, Jessica 164, 184,208 Coker, Stephanie 5 1 7 Colbert. Brent 328 Cole, Ashlee 208, 303 ie Beth 321 Cole, Cassie 32 1 Cole, Donald 186 Cole, Jasmine 164,208 Cole, John 339 Cole, Kathryn 208, 305 Cole, Mariah 1 66, 208, 310, 3 1 1 Cole, Stephen 208, 337 Cole, Woody 339 Coleman, Anne 154, 33 1 Coleman, Bonner 337 Coleman, Brittany 321 Coleman, David 285 Coleman, Jamie 178,313 Coleman, Jennifer 315 Coleman, Katherine 301 Coleman, LaTova 133, 166, 176, 208 Coleman, Lauren 32 1 Coleman, McCord 307 Coleman, Meg 208, 305 Coleman, Michael 162, 171, 181, 208,313 Coleman, Stephanie 156 Collier, John 335 Collins, Ashley 1 66, 208, 3 1 0, 3 1 1 Collins, Caroline 301 Collins, Chelsea 305 Collins, Laura 155,303 Collins, Lauren 319 Collins, Rachel 319 Collums, Carmen 102 Colonel Reb 21,298,332 Colpitts, Matt 341 Coltharp, Holt 339 Colwell, Sean 297 Comes, Patrick 341 Compton, John 1 84, 339 Conerly, David Seth 371 Conerly, Priscilla 133, 141, 178 Conkin, Julie 320,321 Conley, Courtney 317 Conner, Bethany 43, 162, 173,209 c onner, Kristen 321 Connerly, Tiffany 166 Connolly, Sean 328 Conover. Andrea I SI Conway, Cowan 337 Conway, Mar) Beth 181,305 Conway, Nick 297, 384 Conwill, Christopher 128 Cook, Brandon Cook, Jason 1 76, $13, 351 Cook, Maribeth 303 Cook, Nicole 133, 171,209,331 Cook, Ryan 174,328 Cook, Sarah lave 128 Cook, Will Cooncy, Patrick 325 Cooper, Christian 133, I 54. 291,341 Cooper, Coulee 303 Cooper, Drew 333 Cooper, John 325 ( ooper. Judy 10 " Cooper, Matthew 335 Cooper, Patrick 335 Cooper, Ruth Ann 162, 177, 209, 321 per, Tami i Corkern, Marcus 337 Corley, Serb 339 rr, Michael 337 nan, Alexis 295 Corr, Andrew 313 rell, Willie 313 Cosey, Lashaune 177 Crawford, Kirby 5 17 Crenshaw, Brett 1 " Crenshaw, Chuck 299 Crews, Patrick 210, 339 Criddle, Kayla 35 Crisp, Whitney 154, 177,181, 304, 305 Crocker, Rachel 210 Crockford, Megan 305 Cromwell, Chase 313 Crook, Elizabeth 315,331 Crosby, Katie 210,305 Crosby, Tac 296, 297 Cross, Whitney 319 Crotts, Martin 178 Crow, Michael 156 Crowley, Ashley 321 Crowley. Jennifer 303 Crowley, Will 339 Cruise, Ramsey 317 Crura, Dustin 106,210 Crum, Haley 156 Cruse, Blake 210,337 Crutcher, Skye 162,210 Citizen, Julia 33 1 Cruzen, Stephen 133,333 Cryer, Justin 365 Cuba, Casey 295 Cubley, Laura 331 Cuevas, Claire 355 Culp, Meredith 319 Culp, William 328 Culpepper, Jay 337 Culpepper, Jenna 305 Culver, Alexis Danielle 128 Cummings, Dan 335 Cummings, Laura 321 Cummings, Maria 184, 210 Cummings, Mary Cooper 295 Cummings, Sarah 303 Cummings, Tyler 297 Cunningham, Chad 339 Cunningham, Jack 325 Cunningham, Kate 210,301 Cupps, Anthony 365 Curie, Sara 317 Cttrran, Acidic 330, 331 Currie, Christen 352 Curry, Alicia 166,210 Curtis, Dwayne 166 Curtis, Jacob Daniel 128 Curtis, Joel 210,299 Cusimano, Chelsea 33 1 Cutrcr. Matt 42, 297 Czeschin, Ashley 210. ( .zesnakowicz, D ' Anroni, Laura 161 -, 32 Dalby, Karhryn 210, 315 Dale, lames 325 Dale, Laurie 319 Dalton, Laura 305 Dalton, Michael 171 ,29 Dane, Schaeffer 296 297 3anesh, Pans 52 1 Daniel. Amv 3 1 i 166 -Ashe 165,305 Darnell, John 162. 184, 309 nport, Joseph 156 Daves, Duane 297 Davidson, Brantley 515 Davidson, Brittani 331, 409 Davidson, Brittany 154, 210, 295 Davidson, Katie 377 Davidson, Seth 174 Davidson, Terrance 188 Davidson, Tyler 327 Davies, Ted 34 1 Davis, Alison 295 Davis, Andrea 295 Davis. Brian 328 Davis, Caitlin 520, 321 Davis, Caroline 210,321 Davis. Crystal 156 Davis, David 337 Davis, Dr. Samuel M. 109 Davis, Elizabeth 519 Davis, Emily 315 Davis, Erica 156, 164,210 Davis, Greg 528 Davis, Jacob 297 Davis, Jamie 33 1 Davis, Jarrod 339 Davis, John 164, 184,210 Davis, Jonathan 341 Davis, Matt 325, 337 Davis, Reid 154 Davis, Ryn 301 Davis, Shante 156 Davis, Stephanie 301 Davis, Walter 155 Davis, Yvonne 166, 21 I Dawkins, Jane Marie 30J Dawkins, Justin 1 66, 1 84 Daws, Bethany 295 Dawson, Caroline 321 Day, Christine 128, 134 Day, Patrick 177 Day, Phillip 325 Dean, Alicia 3 1 7 Dean, Cameron 335 Dean, Latrisha 154, 293 DeBrock, Kim 321 DeBuy, Andrew 328 Deer, Candace 305 DeHaven, Amy 1 54, 211,321 DcHcnre, Revcna 19, 166, 187, 211 DeHenre, Saheba 86, 134, 166 Deibler, Melissa 181.211,305 Del.oach, Viciente 351 Delobel, Delphine 154, 211 DeMelfi, Nick 328 Demouey, Sean 540,341 Demperio, Lesley 3 19 Dempsey, Jordan 374 Denapolis, Kimmie 305 Deneka, Ben 535 Denham, Whitney 171, 211, 305 Denley, Aramy 211 Denman, Leighton 154 Denney, Kate 501 Denney, William 177, 21 1. 3 1 3 Dennis, Beau 333 Denni s, Ken 188 Dennis, Kenneth 179 Derivaux, Rob 171,211,339 Derringer, Emily 315 Desaijeegna 162,211,301 Desai, Sweata 173,180 Dettbarn, Charlie 303 DeVantier, Jake 312,313 DeVore, Mandy 301 DeVould, Ashley 156 Deweese, Lindsey 211,315 DeWitt, Rdigely 335 Deyhle, Elly 295 Dickerson, Buster 3 1 3 Dickerson, Jennifer 156 Dickerson, Missy 566 Dickhaus, Lauren 331 Dickson, Carly 33 1 Didly, Tracy 356 D i five. M.ies 501 Dillahay, Taylor 297 Dillard, Kristin 351 Dillard, Luke 339 Dillehay, JK 297 Dillingham, Elise 211,315 Dilworth, Car 21 I, 331 Dilworth, Margaret 531 Dinkins, Doug 187 Dipasquale, Allen 179 Disner, Andrew 297 Di . Ashley 21 I, 321 Dixon, Kyle 339 Dixon, Laura 154. 21 I, 317 Dixon. Tyler 299 Dobson.Bo 325 Doe, Weldon 212,337 Doenges, Rachel 3 I 5 Dogan, Patrick 212,51 Dolenti, Brian 341 Dolive, Suzanne 295 Dollar, Jessica 212,503 Dollar, Josh 387 Dollarhide, Martha 182 Dollerschell, Lauren 519 Donahue, Jillian 305 Donahue, Kevin 552 Donahue, Tyler 326. 327 Donald, Alicia 317 Donaldson, David 128, 129,378 Donegan, Hannah 184, 212 Don kle, Jean 314,315 Donovan, Chris 286 Dorrough, Blair 505 Dorsey, Rondalyn 166 Dossett, Sheila 181, 182 Doster, Elise 33 1 Dottlcy, Jordan 32 1 Doty, Laura 162,212,301 Doucet, Ashley 3 1 5 Doucett, Lindsay 212,571 Douglas, Melanie 3 1 7 Douglass, Gene 313 Douglass, Julie 317 Douglass, Sean 339 Dove, Colleen 351 Dove, Lauren 305 Dowell, Ben 374 Dowell, Britt 307 Dowlen, Whit 313 Downey, Kate 3 1 9 Downs, Jordan 171,212,313 Doyle, Brian I 84 Doyle, Hunter 355 Doyle, Stuart 212,328 Doyne, Bam 3Sh Drago, Bennett 339 Drawe, Morgan 321 Drennen, Will 299 Drewrey, David 75 Driesbach, Kate 319 Drinkard, Nicole 172 Drummond, Brett 339 Drummond. Will 115, 117,212, 339 Drummond, Wright 313 Drury, Brian 337 Drury, Kyle 337 DuBois, Cassi 162, 181, 177, 212, 305 Ducker, Bobbie 212,301 Ducsay, Cameron 341 Duddleston, Jennifer 134, 162, 212,305 Dudck, Kevin 299 Dudney, Nathan 528 Duff, Joel 1 65, 1 78, 297 Duffy, Liz 317 Dugas, Claire 301 Duggcr, Ashley 305 Duke, Austin 328 Duke, Robert 212,309 Dukes, Alan 287 Dulaney, Ashley 315 Dulaney, Beverly 301 Dunagin, Jennifer 317 Dunavanr, Forrest 355 Dunavanr, Kristin Clay 129 Dungan, Clay 541 Dunigan, Sarah 519 Dunlap, Anna 305 Dunlap, Bill SO, 81 Dunn, Ashley 115,317 Dunn, Meyasha 166, 212 Dunn, Tiffany 15, 18S, 212 Dunnigan, Jeffrey 166,212 Dunning, Mary 212, 501 Dupuy, Ellie 519 Dupuy, Hill 307 DuQuesnay, Emily 319 Durkee, Elizabeth 305 Durrert, Katherine 319 Dusch.Jeff 333 Dutton. Tyler 533 Duvall, Jamie 174 Dwyer, Darren 328 Dye, (Proline 129, 154, 146. 154, 215,501 Dye, Lauren 134, 154,505 Dye, Mason 297 Dyre, Justin 181,215,325 C Earl, Chris 166,. Earls, Brittany 521 Earthman, Ellen 519 Earthman, Doug 515 Earwood, Brad 513 Easlcy, Jane Frances 128, 129 Eason, Abbie 2 1 3, 305 Easson, Dr. Greg 413 Fast, Will 184 Easterwood, Brandon 333 Eaton, Brenon 163 Eaton, Cole 404 Eaton, Daniel I 54 Echiburu, Ana Maria 213, 303 Fcholes, Krystal 166,213 Echols, Kirsty 156 Echols, Princeton 156, 215 Eckols, Rebeka 519 Eddie, Tommie 556 Edelen, Meagan 52 I Edmonds, Addison 215, 5 1 3 Edwards, Wendy 303 Edwards, Alex 33 J Edwards, Andrew 170, 215, 338, 559 F.dwards, Anna 1 66 Edwards, Blake 313 Edwards, Jordan 21 3, 3 14, 3 1 5 Edwards, Mart 325 Edwards, Megan 178,295 Edwards, Sarah 521 Edwards, Trey 297 Eftink, Jan 215,331 Eggers, Michael 328 Eicholtz, Sunny 188, 295 Eidt, Matthew 154,215 Eilders, Hope 156 Eisenhauer, Brett 537 Eishen, Ben 156 Ekaterina, Fokina 165 Ekugwum, Charity 164 Ekugwum, Sam 1 66 Eldridge, Gallic- 295 Eldridge, Gini 517 Eley, Carolyn 162. 2 I 5, 504, 305 Eliot, Cole 515 Elliot, Anne 303 Elliott, Erin 156 Ellis, Austin 286, 287, 525 Ellis, Dan 528 Ellis. David 507 Ellis, Heather 215,515 Ellis, Joshua 327 Ellis, Kyle 559, 374 Ellis, Laura 505 Ellis, Timmy 339 Ellison, Corey 213, 315 Ellmer, Susan 215, 530,351 Elrod, Ally 519 Ely, Julie 181,214,305 Elzie, John 156 Fmbrey, Mark 33S Embry, Elliot 297 Emerson. Ashley 162, 295 Emerson, Beth 172 Emerson, Chas 587 Emerson, Jill 102, 116,301 Emge, Katie 3 1 9 Emmonds, Stacey 382 Emmons, Brooke 1 34, 2 1 4 F.ngano, Brian 128, 129 England, Allison 162,301 Engle, Michael 337 F.ngleby, Lauren 321 Fpps, J a red 313 Fpps, Philmore 372 Epting, Mucus 166 Erickson, Bruce 174 Erickson, Courtney 505 Erickson, Josh 552,333 Eslinger, Rodney 156 Espenchied, Andrew 335 Fsposirio. Marcus 291 Espy, Mike $51 F.ssenpreis, Shannon 184,214 Fssner, Katie 295 Esson, Cole 156 EstCS, Morgan 521 Etheridge, Lindsey 214 Ethridge, Amv 3 1 7 Etling, Lindsey 319 Etlinger, Dave $40, va, u vans, Benton 327 vans, Daniel 335 vans, Elizabeth Ann 303 vans, Emily 129 vans, Ginger 303 vans, Jaquay 372 vans, John 325 vans, Jon 1 84 vans, Jonathan 156, 163, 184 vans, Josh 297 vans, Justin 179,214 vans, Kellie 214,331 vans, Laura 377 vans, Whitney 301 vans, Wilkes 335 wing, Battle 174 xkers, Thomas 351 yler, Elizabeth 321 zell, Adrienne 166, 2J4 swell, Clark 325 bris, Ma air, Bailey 312,313 air, Lauren 162, 214, 305 air, Laushelle 121, 171,214 alzone, Leslie 295 angman, Sloane 331 annin, Barrett 307 ant, Darius 156 argason, Kourtney 317 argo, Will 307 arr, Peyton 365 arrar, Cindy 175 arrar, Make 307 arrar, Michael 162, 306 arrell, Whitney 173 arris, Frannie 301 arris, Katherine 165,214 ini ' ,. Katie 300,301 arris, Sheley 300,301 assero, Lauren 214, 303 aulk, Johannah 105,134,317 aulkenberry, Lisajo 331 aulkner, Jarvis 166 aulks, Emily 134 a vreau, Lauren Lee 317 az, Marcella 303 ears, Daniel 297 eigley, Peyton 3 1 7 eldman, Drew 214 elts, Dustin 341 ennel, William 119,214 enncll, Bill 372 Ferdig, Brennan 327 Fergurson, Lee 156 Ferguson, Ben 333 Ferguson, Hunter 339 Ferguson, Jessica 295 Ferguson, Jonathan 339 Ferguson, Lee 1 63 erguson, Shelly 214,315 erree, Ashley 135, 176,214,295, 82 erree, Matt 3 1 3 erreira, Renate 190, 215, 404 erri, Jackie 331 erril, Geoffrey 180 Ferriss, Kyle 337 lewcll, Kari Allison 128 Ficke, Geoff 340, 341 Fieber, Timothy 129 iechtl, Jennie 355 .elds, David 339 ike, Jaclyn 305 ilbin, Alisoon 331 incher, William 3 J 3 ineberg, Codec 321 inlen, Hillary 162,215,317 inn, Tim 307 innegan, David 76. 77, 135, 146, 52, i 54, 173, 176, 180, 181 innegan, Kathleen 180 innegan, Katie 173, 303 innegan, Laura 303 inner, Na ' Shaunda 166 inney, Maryanna 317 ischer, Elizabeth 3 1 ' J ischer. Recce 297 islu-r. Dr. Benjamin 404 isher, Ellen 301 Fisher, Turner 297 Fitch, Shanisha 156,215 Fittes, Radley 333 Flanagan, Mary 215, 319 Flanigan, Rebecca 317 Flannery, Bill 333 Flannery, Ryan 297 Flatt. Ethan 135 Flautt, Clansey 303 Fleming, f.C. 215,297 Flenorl, Lillie 164. 165, 181,185, 215,404 Flenorl, Rose Jackson 182 Fletcher, Milton 177,215 Flood, Michael 335 Flowers, Jennfier 166 Floyd, Adam 297 Floyd, Ann Lee 303 Floyd, Chris 307 Floyd, Darneice 166, 215 Floyd, Erin 121, 156,215 Floyd, Hunter 301 Fogem, Austin 215,299 Foil, Catherine 215, 305 Foil, Leigh Anne 305 Fonda, Sam 325 Fondren, Kayla 295 Fontenot, Sarah 216,305 Foose, Curran 1 72, 216,325 Foose, Samuel 28 i Forbes, Doris Eloise 156 Ford, Brett 303 Ford, Jessica 174 Ford, Kelley 321 Ford, Stoncy i i Forde, Rachel 321 Forester, Davidson 216 Forester, Marcial 337 Forney, Daniel 216, 333 Forrest, Dee 358 Forrest, Nicole 321 Forsdick, Andrew 297 Forshee, Kelly 321 Fort, Felecia 166 Fort, Matthew 337 Fortune, Elcckra 3 1 9 Foster, Daniel 337 Foster, Jessica 156 Foster, Paul 328 Foster, Robert 328 Fountain, Kristen 317 Fountain, Trip 341 Fourchy, Cece 305 Fowler, Eric 365 Fowler, Lindsey 216, 305 Fowler, Tracy 301 Fox, Greg 325 Fox, Kendrick 356 Foxx, Brittany 181 Fraley, Stephanie 331 Francis, Dan 335 Francis, Robert 129 Franco, Casey 352, 355 Franklin, Karen 216 Franklin, Lacey 124, 125, 318, 319 Franklin, Miles 364, 365 Franz, Ton 331 Frascogna, Genny 317 Fratesi. Haley 305 Frazer, Meredith 317 Frazer, Willis 325 Frazier, Lorna 181,216 Frazier, Meaghan 331 Frazier, Will ' 313 Frederick, Anna 162, 165,303 Freelon, Jeremy 85 Freeman, Anne 301 Freeman, Erin 30 1 Freeman, Hillary 301 Freeman, Kenny 335 Freeman, Lauren 216,303 Freeman, Morgan 32 Freeze, Hugh 351 Frese, Adam 328 Frey, Catherine 31 Friend, Haley 321 Friend, Joey 339 Friend, Ma Hon 321 lk, Regan 156 Friou, Roger 182 Frolich, F.milv 3 1 " Fry, Jillian 216,301 Fry, Trey 216,339 Fuchs, Garth 301 Fuchs, John 3 $5 Fulbright, Danielle 156 Fuller, Ben 335 Fuller, Jordan 307 Fuller, William 299 Fullerton, Jeremiah 1 56, 2 1 6 Furlough, Leigh 3 1 9 Furr, Abby 216,352 Fun, Analee 177,216 Furr, Lauren 317 Furvoye, C? ■ Gabriel, Matt 341 Gadd, Stephanie 1 54, 216, 317 Gadd, Whitney 216,316,317 Gaffney, Libby 305 Gafford, Alex 154,216 Gaf ford, Gerald 337 Gage, Margaret 319 Gailes, Monica 331 Gainer, Hilary 216,301 Gainer, Matt 324, 325 Galbrierz, Andrew 313 Gallaway, Laura 295 Galloway, Amanda 319 Galloway, Shyra 166, 216 Galloway, William 129 Gammell, Tiffany 295 Gannaway, Rcbekah 301 Gao, Yanxia 173 Garcia, Carlos 352 Garcia, Magdalen 3 1 5 Card, Catalin 9,378 Gardner, Jarrod 374 Gardner, Ladeidre 164 Gardner, Leslie 331 Gardner, Peyton 335 Gardner, Virginia 1 56 Garey, Andrea 295 Garland, Molly 31 " Garner, Allison 2 1 7, M 1 Garner, Kate 1 54, 2 1 7, 3 1 7 Garren, Jane 2 1 7, 303 Garrett, Jeremy 351 Garrett, Karen 156 Garrett, Rachael 217,315 Garrert, Sarah 156, 178, 217 Garten, Ryan 384 Gaskin, Bea 317 Gates, Ben 3 3 3 Gates, Shacjuilla 166 Gatewood, Bertinica 217 Gatlin, Anna 154, 170, 180, 21 : 317 Catling, Molly 321 Gatti, Malerie 295 Gaunce, Keli 305 Gaunder, Robyn 372 Gaurav, Kumar 220 Gauthier, Monet 2 1 7, 3 1 9 Gavin, Laura 368 Gayden, Jamesc 167,217 Gayle, Michael 325 Gbolonyo, J.S. Kofi 11 Geary. Ashby 319 Geesiin, Ben 307 Gent, Kristen 217,295 Geny, Jennifer 3 I 7 George, Byron 341 Georgia, Lauren 321 Germany, Eugene 337 Gernert, Leigh 317 Get in, joe 360 Gholson. Mary Katherine 301 Gholson, Taylor 295 Ghosh, Avi 1 35 Gibbons, Samantha 318,319 Gibbs, Devonne 162, 164 Gibbs, Vanessa 366 Gibson, Amy 166, 181 Gibson, Anthony I 71 Gibson, Ashley 166, 181,217 Gibson, Claire Ann 180 Gibson, Lauren 319 Gibson, Natalie 3 3 1 Gibson, Paula sty ribson, Trey 307 Gilbert, Elise 317 Green, Benton 313 Gilbert, Heather 301 Green, Chris I - . 184 Gilbert, Jeffrey 156 Green, 1 leather 295 Gilchrist, Harrison 217, 335 Green, Josh 537 Gildea, Rachel 355 Green, Nick 541 Giles, Harrison 325 Greene, Derek 582 Gill, Ann S. 382 Greene, Nicholas 135 Gill, Megan 295 Greene, Stephen Conley 12S Gillen, Kathryn 180 Greer, |ohn 525 Gilliam, Jennifer J 35 Greer, Kyle l " 4, 328 Gilliam, Mark 333 Greer, Michael 332 GiUis, William 313 Greer, Smith 218.321 Gillom, Peggie 358 Greer, Wright 325 Gilmer, Mart 333 Gregory, Jarod 299 Gilmore, Brittany 317 Gregory, Margaret 305 Gilmore, Elizabeth 295 Gregory, Mark 313,372 Gilmore, Mary 303 Gremillion, Morgan 2 1 8 Cinder, Casey 339 Grenfell, Catherine 305 Ginn, Carly 301 Gresham, Benjamin Reid 181 Gipson, Erin 331 Gresham, John 338, 339 Gipson, Jacque 295 Gresham. Leiscl .301 Givens, Julia 217,303 Gresham, Reid 135, 291, 525 Givens, Kara 21 7, 303 Gresham, Taylor 301 Givens, Thomas 217,339 Greshman, William 120 Givens, Tim 327 Gressett, Chris 167 Gladney, Lori 166 Gressett, William ISO, 218 Glasco,Matt 179,217 Gribble, Kirby 154,531.409 Glass, Ed 356 Griesedieck.John 181,328 Glass, Jabarie 156,163 Griescdieck, Tom 328 Glass, Shantel 372 Griffin, Benjamin 156 Glorioso, Magan 321 Griffin, Brooke 315 Glover, Ben 374 Griffin, Cameron 297 Glover, Kelley 335 Griffin. Dani 317 Glover, Matt 313 Griffin, Steven 170, 181,218 Glover, Michael 337 Griffin, Steven James 180 Glover-Rogers, Mary Cile 1 19, Griffith, Katherine 331 171,217,317 Griffith, Nicholas 156 Goddard, Mitch 297 Griffith, Nick 16 3 Godfrey, Gaylan 156,218 Griggs, Shea 327 Godfrey, Laura 180 Gross, Elijah 337 Godfrey, Will 339 Gross. Kelly 315 Godwin, Nic 3i9 Gross, Laurin 305 Goff, Shawn 119 Gross, Meredith 315 Goggans, Eric 85 Groves, Katie 315 Golden, Deryke 341 Grow, Todd 313 Gole, Tony IS " , 218, 326, 327 Crowning, Whitney 156 Goletz, Christine 319 Grubbs, Chris 341 Golightly, Angela 96 Gruber, Ashley V. 156 Gomez, Greg 326, 327 Gruber, Chase 535 Gomez, Jordan 295 Crumley, Tom 297 Gonzalez, Beka 218 Gubelman, Stephen 327 Gooch, Robbie 189 Guerueeri, Trey 313 Goodiu, Sally 290, 295 Guess, Ben 337 Goodwin, Nicole 32 J Guest, Ann Claire 321 Gordan, Jenny 315 Guffin, Amie 305 Gordon, Carla 185 Guinn, Marcus 156, 163 Gordon, Melissa 156 Guinn, Martha 177,219, 305 Gordon, Preston 297 Gul.As.ul 173 Gottsackcr, Kate 3 1 9 Gunby, Robert 325 Gould, Samantha 154, 171,218, Gundlach, John 328 317 Gunn, Allyson 331 Gould, Sean 173,218,339 Gunn, Carrol 303 Goulding, Tim 384 Gunn, John 357 ( ioulet, Lauren 31 7 Gunther, Barry 365 Gowan, Sara 180,218 Gupta, Akanksha 44 Gowdy, Andrew 3 37 Gurley, Lance 3 1 3 Grace, Bonnie 3 17 Gusmus, Michael 324, 325 Graef, Aimee 31 5 Gustus, Byron 333 Gragson, Ashley 305 Guthrie, Ashley 295 Graham, Emmaline 305 Gutierrez, Mia 351 Graham, Jana 162 Gutshall, Elise 1 35 Graham, Knox 218,313 Guy, Kerri 154,303 Graham, Lauren 3 19 Guy, Tiffany 295 Granger, Roy il Guyton, Emily 50 3 Grantham, Myrinda 1 72 Guyton, Jenny 317 Grantham, Priscilla 155, 2 1 8 Gwin, Hannah 30.3 Grantham, Raney 3 1 7 Gwin, Stacy 172 Graves, Eric 325 Gwvn, Allison 3 1 K Graves, Graccann 331 Graves. John 218, 325 Graves, Jordan 301 Gray, Marian Park 505 Graham, Lauren 319 Granger, Roy 325 Gravley, Colleen 317 ustin 1 78. 307 Gray, James 184 Gray. Kconi 166 Gray, Nathan 296. 2 l » Grayson, Ashley 3 1 Haas, Sarah 301 Haba, Austin I Hackl, Henry 3 3 s Hadd.Nikki Haddock, Mike Hagan, Christin 3 1 7 Hagcn. Katrina 351 Haggard, Allison 156,219 Haggard. Emil) 3 I 7 Hails, Barrett 31 3 Hairston, Frances |,u Hale, Jainmy 34 1 Haley. Whitney 177, 317 Halford, Buie 162, 171, 332, 333 Halford. Erin 219,331 Haliday, Andrew .541 Hall, Anna Mark- 303 Hall, Carolina 32 I Hall, |csse 584 Hall. Kate 219, Hall, Krisri 319 Hall, Madeleine Hall,Merdis 156 Hall, Steven A. 155 Hall, Susan 219, 303 Hall, Sylivia 321 Hall. Tyler 219 Halron, Ann Rainey 301 Hah orson, Justin 328 Hamblin, Susan 129 Hamby, Blair 219.331 Hamil, Nathan 165,219 Hamilton, Carter 297 Hamilton, Sarah 301 Hammett, Grey 335 Hammond, Benjamin L. 128 Hammond. Margaret 321 Hammons, Caleb 372 Hampton, Alexis 166, 2 1 9 Hampton, Shannon 3 1 7 Hampton, Thomas 329 Hamric, Robert 297 Hanaree, Mae 305 Hance, Jennifer 382 Hancock, Jon-Jon 365 Hand, Meghan 32 1 Haney, Lauren 305 Haney, Hunter 313 Haney, Lauren 162,165 Hankins, Haley 319 Hankins, Madeline 154. 219, 321 Hankins, Richard 222 Hannah, Barry 101 Hannc, Ashley Brooke 180 Hansen, Chelsea 222, 295 Hanson, Aly 305, 352 Hanson, Noelle 300, 30J Hardaway, Temekia 166 Hardin, Audrey 321 Harding, Kelly 331 Hardison, Brandon 307 Hardwick, Lauren 321 Hardy, Ashley 33 1 Hardy, Caroline 303 Hardy, Kathryn 295 Hargrove, Darren 329 Hargrove, Tyshun 166, 222 Har key, Bess 319 Harkins, Michael 339 Harkins, Patrick 297 Harlin.John 337 Harmon, Shellie 3 1 7 Harper, Alicia 124, 152,305 Harper, Anne 321 Harper, Kerri 177 Harper, Peyton 222, 306, 307 Harrington, Elizabeth 178, 222, i I 5 Harrington, Liz 314 Harris, Blake 341 Harris, Bobby 351 Harris, Bridgette 166,222 Harris, Charles 135, 180.222, 291, Harris. Cliff Harris, Darryl 35 I Harris, DeAngela 166,31 I Harris, Haves 339 Harris, Janae 305 Harris, Jeff 337 Harris, Jennifer 305 Harris, Jesse 413 Harris, Kasey 166 Harris, Kasimu 164 Harris. {Catherine 321 Harris, I ateshia 293 Harris. Laura 42.43, 127, 132, 135, 154. 155, 170, I " " " , ISO, 222. 301 Harris, Lee 2 l Harris. Louis 166 1 [arris, Luke 324, 325 Harris. Michelle I 77 Harris, Morgan 295 Harris Neil 222,337 Harris. Noell 3 17 Harris. Watson 337 Harris, Yaunick 166 Harrison, Ashley 222, 305 Harrison, Austin 156, 305 Harrison, Brannon 313 Harrison, Daniel 313 Harrison, Cabe 299 Harrison, John 3.37 Harrison, Kristcn Elaine 156 Harrison, Lauren 154, 222, 3 I 7 Harrison. 1 ' hillip 339 Harte. Willie 335 Harter. Ryan 339 Hartman, Tony 1 4 Hartwell, LaToya 166 Haskins, Carolyne 122, 303 Haskins, Joushua 187 Haskins. Lindsay 172 Hassen, Ashley 3 3 1 Hasting. Justin 335 Hastings, Meredith 3 1 5 Hasty, Andrew 335 Haswell. Aston 328 Hatcher. Matthew 32 S Hatcher, Melanie I 54 Hathcock, Jennifer 321 Hatten, Beverly 223, 305 Haughton, Roger 337 Hawkins, Carolyn Grace 301 Hawkins, Cole 335 Hawkins, blunter 333 Hawkins, Justin 297 Hawkins. Katie 317 Hawkins, Raymond 166,223 Hawley, Erin ' 184, 223, 294, 295 Hayden, Brian 307 Hayden, Carmen 331 Hayes, Cathy 156. 164 Hayes, Justyn 156 Haygood. Andy 223 Haynes, Christine 303 Haynes, Corvelli 35 I Haynes, Dexter 339 Haynes, Marius 156 Haynes, Miranda 401 Haynes, Nicole 162. 223 Haynes, Sonya 166 Haynes, Willie 162. 166,329 Hjynie, Sara Beth 303 Haywood, Shelby 341 Hdeges, McLain 335 Head, Jonceta 154.223 Head, Stephen 365 Healy. Franco 171, 223,309 Heard, Brett 335 Heard, Lizy 305 Heath, Angelena 223,321 Heaton. Ellen 304, 305 Hebert, Anne Marie 223, 317 Hebert, Jordan 223. 3 1 7 Hebert, KK 317 Hebert, Rebekah 136, 156, 173 Hederman, Mollie 136, 154,301 Hedglin, Daniel 165,173,309 Heer, Sarah 223, 305 Hegeler, Ward 333 Hegi, |on 173.223 Hegi, Meredith 180.223 Heglar. Lindsey 223,321 Hegwood, Eliza 3 1 7 Hegwood, William I . Hcidcl, Jamie 319 1 leunbtich, Summer 331 Heinz, Ashley Gail 128 Heithaus, Ivans 181, 313 Hermann. Tina 1 54, 223, 300, 30 1 Helander, Li 315 nfels, Will 328 Helmes. Brandon 327 Helms. Chelsea 319 Helms. Collin 328 Helow, Maggie Hemenway, Leigh-Anne 331 1 lendee, Meg 295 Henderson, Hilary 33 I Henderson, John Mark 339 Henderson, Sara 331 Henderson, Tim 35 1 Heudnck, Lee 34 I Hendricks, Casey 223 Hengst, Walker 325 Heniken.John 297 Henley, Price 313 Henley. Sarah 33 1 Henlsey. Clayton 355 Hennessey, William 325 Hcnnessy, Molly 301 Hennington, Halley 3 I 7 Henry. Crystal 224 Henry. George 1 70, 224. 297 Henry, Hailey 224. 3 1 7 Henry, Justin 365 Henry. Lollie 103,301 Henry. Ray 295 Henry, Secondria 166, 224 Henson, Gail 317 Heuson, Jessicca 318,319 Henson, Mary 319 Henson. Stephanie 21, 162, 165, 224, 303 Henton, Riley 325 Heppenstall, Baker 325 Herdahl, Debbie 224 Herdon, Chace 341 Herington, Catherine 1 7 1 Heir, Dusrin 156,341 Herrick, Elton 187 Herrin, Sydney 3 3 1 Herring, Ann 173, 180 Herring, Jessica 315 Herrington, Audrey 179 Hcrnngton, Brock ' 184, 224, 403, 404 Herrington, Catherine 224,317 Herrington, Holly 27! Herzog, Anna 303 Herzog, Brian 358 Herzog, John 298, 299 Hcwell, Brandi Nicole 129 Hewett, Ashley 156, 295 Hewitt, Tim 337 Hex. Brian 136, 155, 169, 180, 188,312,313 Heyer, Tays 337 Hiart, Karie 319 Hibbard, Ryan 298, 299 Hicks, Jack 297 Hicks, Antwon 372 Hicks, Dorothy Jean 305 Hicks, Michael 351 Hicks, Monique Kandrel J 80 Hieronymus, Ward 325 Higgenbottom, Jerrilyn 224 Higginhotham, Mike 325 Higgins, Andrew 174 Higgs. Hunter 299 Higgs, Kelsey 301 Hightower, Ash lee 317 Hightowcr. Eleanor 180, 317 Hightower, Lauren 317 Hil, Beau 325 Hill, Allison 156 Hill, Andrew 177 Hill, Ashley 319 Hill, Carolyn 136, 224, 321, 371, 372 Hill, Dallas 303 Hill. Faith 7,32,33 Hill. Jamie 299 Hill, [essie 317 Hill, Jimmy 120 Hill, Lacev 301 Hill, Leslie 303 Hill, Libby 301 Flill, Mario 351 Hill, Martha Lynn 305 Hill, Natalie 305 Hi II. Nathan 337 Hill, Nikki 360 Hill, Rebekah 319 Hill, Sara 331 Hill, Sarah 98,319 Hill, Taylor 315 Hill, Weber 224, 306, 307 Hilliard, Chris 166 Hilton, Ashley 224, 321 Hilton, Jaime 317 Himber, Courtney 187, 224 Hines, Hollie 303 Hines, Margaret Hines, Whitney 331 Hinklc, Matt 339.351 Hnnichs, Juliann 33 1 Hinson, Carrie 3 17 Hinton, Alex 339 Hinron, Lizzy 305 Hise, John 335 Hitchcock, Andrew 313 Hitt, Marty 162,173.301 Hitt, Mart 225, 328. 384 Hobbs, Brian 187,225 Hodge. Sue 172 Hodges, Gregory 166 Hodges, Kellev 521 Hodges, Will 337 Hodgsou, Sam 327 Hoeger, Michelle Lynn 156 Hoffman, Lauren 315 Hoffman, Melissa 295 Hogan, Alison 171,225 Hogan, Alison Monique 180 Hogan, Allison 87,351 Hogan, Dendy 505 Hogan, |eff 325 Hogan, Kelly 225,278,331 Hoggard, Megan 136, 154,225, 3li ' Hoing, Daniel 309 Hoke, Caroline 304, 305 Holcomb, Spencer 513 Holder, Candice I 2 Holder, Jay 225 Holdiness, Samuel 297 Holcman. Steve 382 Holland, Chad 341 Holland, Kathryn 319 Holland, Lauren 154,317 Holland. Margot 521 Holland, Olivia 531 Holland, Rosland 156, 225 Holland, Samantha 166,225 Holleman, Sarah Gant 317 Hollensbe, Ashley 33 1 Holliman, Mark 365 Hollingsworth. Hunter 325 Hollins, Glenerra 166 Holl.s, Martha 301 Hollis, Rebecca 225,301 Holloway. Eric 156, 163,225 Holloway, McClain 303 Holmes, Sam 297 Holmes, Austin 136 Holmes, Tyler 307, 3 13 Holomon, Keyonte 166 Holsworrh, Amanda 225, 295 Holt, Rachel 225,301,315 Holt, Sarah 3 1 5 Homolik, Ann 30 1 Honaker, Grerel 128 Honey, Hunter 313 Hood, Brant 225, 327 Hood, Emily 3 1 7 Hood, Harrison 337 Hood, James 136,337 Hood, John Pavtou 525 Hood, Lara 319 Hood, Sarah 519 Hoodenpyle, John 179 Hooks, Ashley 319 Hooper, Ashley 319 Hooper, Thad 3 3 7 Hopiris, Will 535 Hopkins, Cooper 325 Hopkins, Dabney 301 Hopkins, Julie 319 Hopkins, Trisha 301 Hoppe. Nellie 505 Hopper, Benjamin 339 Hopper, Karie 315 Hopple, David 156 Horn, Elli 519 Horn, Hanson 1 36, 339 Home, Michael 333 Home, Trey 156,291 Hosch, Roshanda 166 Hotard, Pete 297 Hot , Taylor 226. 33 I Hough, Robert 15,351 Houk, Lauren 5 1 7 House, Andrea 295. 372 House, Lakeisha 166 Houston, Heath 136.1 Houston, LaTara 166 Houston, Virginia 1 77, 226, 3 1 5 Howard, Elizabeth 305 Howard, Ellen 317 Howard. Matt 333 Howard, Michelle 521 Howard, Rachel 162,226,321 Howell, Bobbie Sue 179,226 Howell, Chelsea 331 Howell. Haley 226,317 Howell, Hunter 137, 156 Howell, J.D. 313 Howell, Julie 305 Howl,Carley 319 Howie, Ellison 226, J05 Llovt, Morgan Leigh 15 " , 154, 226. Hubby, Bethany 317 Hudson, Jeremy 162 Hudson, Kala 317 Huff, Amanda 30 3 Huggins, Beth 315 Hughes, Anna Catherine 505 Hughes, Anne Moreland 317 Hughes. Chase I 84 Hughes, Chelsea 351 Hughes, Cole 333 Hughes, [anna 1 24, I37, 164, 226, 295 Hughes, Jessica 321 Hughes, Lauren 1 37, 226. 31 " Hughes, Megan 5 I 7 Hughes, Nora 1 Hughes, Patrick 528 Hughes, Phillip 179 Hunter. Blake 297 Hunter, Clark 299 Hunter, Nick 327 Hunter, Shallon 301 Hurd, Paul 351 Hurlburt, Brttani 295 Hurlburt, Jenny 303 Hurley, Holly 317 Hurst, Ross 167, 177, 188,226, 359 Hussey, Lauren 226, 303 Hussey, Scott 297 Hutch ' ins. Wiley 359 Hutchinson, Kary 303 Hutchinson. Ryan 307 Hutto, Eric 307 Hutto, John 337 Hutto, Steele 337 Hutton, George 327 Flylander., Alysssa 331 Hylander, Christopher 187 Hymel, Kristen 319 Hyslop, Core 3 33 Ingerbretsen, Ingram, Jackie 331 Ingram, Jennifer 227, 303 Ingram, Vicky 22 " Ingram, Viki 531 Inman, Brandi 355 Inman, James 297 Irbry, Megan 331 [vers, Scott 339 Key, Kelly 156 Ivison, Brock 55 3 Ivison, Will 227, 333 Ivory, Melissa 166 lvshin, Michelle 285,319 Jacks, 1 aci [ackson, Ben 327 Jackson, Blake 162,515 Jackson, Bradley 156,227 Jackson, Christianna 164 Jackson, Denton 327 Jackson, Dorothy Octal ia 1 28 Jackson, Eddie 333 Jackson, Erikka 156, 162 [ackson, Jason 178 Jackson, Jeff 335 Jackson, Jermaine 162, 164. I I 184 Jackson, Jillian 166 Jackson, I onnie 356 ackson, Lynn 156, I " 2, 22 " Jackson, Tamara 166 Jackson, Terrell 351 Jackson, Tiffany 166 Jackson, Tristen J 62, 22 " , 2 l faeobs, Amy .321 hs, Ann Kirk 18,301 bs. Brandon 35 1 bs, Sam 340, 341 ibson, Kyle 313 ers, Britni 351 (aggers, Cole 333 lagor, Mary Claire 317 Jamerson, Dalphne 1 66 Jamerson, Jada 162,22 " Jamerson, Jada Carol 180 lames, Ben 339 lames, Ben 171 lames, Fleming 301 lames, Lauren 294, 295 lamison, Carissa 164 unison, Gabrielle 166, 22 " lanet, Jordan 22 " , 337 lansen, Jessica Lane 156 inssen, (Catherine 179 I arrert, Jonathan 184 leanes, Aaron 174 leanes, Kelly 227, 303 Lanson, Josh 309 I eansonne, Jennifer J 54. 22 " , J20, 21 efferies, Karen 305 efferson, LaCrissia 162 t-tferson, Trimella 166 L-ffreys, Katie 303 .-tt ' ries. Karen 162, 22 " .ffries, Marly 305 this, Justin 307 nkins, Amy 162, 177, 227, 3 1 5 nkins, Brandon 166, 35 1 nkins, Jessica 303, 352 nkins. Josh 16 " is, Justin 325 s, Kelley 156 s, Ryan 1 73 gs, Amelia 295 gs, Ashley 173,319 gs. Ashley Elizabeth 180 gs, Jasmine 166 ings. John Cole 313 ings, Joshua 327 gs, Megan 319 gs, Shantia 166 l. Kim 303 ric 339 nnifer 122, 12 3 ligan, Kristen 22 " . 3 1 7 351 icholas 165. 3 38,339 Courtney 166 tes Scort 1 56 i 305 ra Elizabeth 156 :otty 162, 163,228 ., Scotty 234 raig Allen 156 tulle Elaine 129 listen 295 n, Allison 331,355 ihley 166 ihJey 358 itrney 31 " in 181,228,304,305 i,J.D. 185,404 n, Jacquea 156 n, James 154 n, Jason 228,297 n.jeniii 113,228,317 n, Jennifer 319 n, Jordan 183, 321 i, Justin 356 L ' -tic 185,319 uren 305, 319 eslie 319 n, Luther I 54, 228 S, Mark 374 . Man Morgan 178, 305 i. Kiki 351 l. Sloan 331 I, Tim 228. 3 3 Travis 3- ' Johnson, William 35 " Johnston. Cary 1 77, 22H, 305 Johnston. Christopher 187,313 Johnston, Daniel 313 Johnston, David 338, 339 Johnston, Emery 335 Johnston, Garrett 333 Johnston, Steven 52S Joiner, Alicia 166.228 Jolly. Lee 513 Jones. Anna 303 Jones, Graham 303 Jones, Abbey 351 Jones, Alisha 166,228 Jones. Amanda I 19. 228. 31 " Jones, Amber NeCole 162 Jones, Andrew 315 Jones, Anna 154 Jones, Bernard 3 " 2 Jones, Brian 188 Jones, Bryan 121 Jones, Cameron 337 Jones, Chardae 166 Jones, Claire 301 Jones, Courtney 166 Jones, Deveshia 166 Jones. Elizabeth 501 Jones, Emily 560 Jones, Haley 317 Jones, Harrison 335 Jones, Hunter 325 Jones, Jeffery 384 Jones, Jemi3 319 Jones. Jeremy 129 Jones, Jordan 165,301 Jones, (Catherine 501, 3 " Jones. Kathleen 34, 35. 228 Jones . Kimberly 12 " , 166,228 [ones, LaTauya 35S Jones, Mac $07 Jones, Marquifta 228 Jones, Patrice 1 62, 229, 51 5 Jones, Patrick 559 Jones, Rob 337 Jones. Robert 335 Jones, Ryan 540,541, 3 51 Jones, Scarlet 154, 301 Jones, T.J. 355 Jones. Walter $37 Jones, Will 335 Jones, Xavier 1 66 Jones, Zach 155 Jordan, Brittany 321,401 Jordan. Carle) Taryn 401 Jordan, Darrel 185 Jordan. Ellen 22 l ». 301 Jordan, Erin 3 2 Jordan, Jennifer 129, 173 Jordan, Jessica 229, 321 Jordan, Kevin 551 Jordan, Laura 315 Jordan, Lindsay 317 Jordan, Sarah 229, 3 1 5 Joseph, Jasmia 166.229 Jourdan, Jesica 229 Journy, Patrick 372 Joy, Whitney 229 Joyce, Tricia 331 Joyner, Bill 28 " Joyner, Katie 162,229 Judson, Jennifer 186, 229 Jurgensen, Carhleen 162 Justice, Kahlstorf. Mary Ellis 229, 31 ' Kaigler, Lee Ann 229, 301 Kaigler, Olivia 501 Kalec, David 2SS, 297 Kang, Arvindcr 184, 229 Kaplan, Chandler 3 3 Kardouni, Cyrus 174 Karlowicz, Elise 582 Karol, Mike 3 35 Karp, 1 ynertc 366 Karper, Kallie 303 Karpcr, Kate 99. 303 Kay, Ann Elizabeth 301 Kaylor. Brittany Anne 156 Kearns, Johanna 319 Keen;, Caitlin 360 Keen, Ryan 297 Keener, lohn $28 Kehoe, Andrew 541 Kehoe, Art 35 1 Keith. Barrett 301 Keith, Miehele 301 Keith, Michelle I 54 Kelley, Ashron 505 Kelley, Virginia 314, 315 Kelly, Betsy 303 Kelly, Angela 5 1 " Kelly, Annette 182 Kelly, Aryn Javnc 303 Kelly, Chad ' 181,229,352 Kelly, Christopher Grant 128 Kelly, Claire 301 Kelly. Mart 181 Kelly-Green, Edith " 6. Kelso, KK 303 Kemp. Chris 307 Kemp, Jonathan 3 36 Kendnck, Derrick 189 Kendrick, Joseph 166 Kendrick, Larry 35 I Keng, Carlecn 229, 3 1 7 Kenned;, Kreg 162 Kennedy. Kristen 22V, 531 Kenney. Michelle 319 Kent, Lena Kay 505 Kent. Raleigh 325 Kerckhoft. Claire 177.519 Kern. Sperri 319 Kerr, Kaylyn 319 Kerr, Mary Jane 515 Kcshel, Serb 18 .230 Kesler, Kate 3 1 5 Kessler. Campbell 335 Kesterson, Jake 528 Kerchum, C.J. 565 Keyes.. Marion 303 Khayat, Chancellor Robert C. 6 " , 68,80, 149,547,402 Khiantani, Sonia 230 Kidd, Sterling 171, 177, 181.230, 325 Kidd. Tyler 313 Kidder, Abe 539 Kidder, Mol lie 177.301 Kidder. Sidney 2S6, 359 Kidd . Matthew 1 " 4 Kieckhaefer, Rachel 360 Kieffer, Christopher 128 Kieffer, Patrick 180 Kilgore, Madison 301 Killcn, Claire 316, 317 Kilpatrick, Kimberly 305 Kimble, Tina 1 " 8 Kimbro, Barron 339 Kimbrough, Kali 303 Kimmel. Katherine 301 Kimmons, Angela 166,230 Kitnsey. Lauren 1 54, 33 1 Kincade, Jarrert 50 3 Kincade, Beth 30 1 Kincade, Marion 303 King, Andrea 503 King. Brett 185 King, Brock 532, 333 King, Emily 3 2 King. Felicia 167.250 King. Jonas 90 King, Kaylin 295 King, Kristian 164,166.2 30 King, Leigh 154,2 30, 305 King, LeRon 551 King, Melissa 1 62. 181,184, 2.30, 402, 404 King, Mindv 124. 152, 155, I8J, 250, 505 King, Rob 29 " King, Stephen 250, 341 Kinnel, Krisit 166 Kinsey, Kathryn 180, 319 Kipp, Joshua 162, 165,308,509 Kipper. Cassie 371 Kirby, Adam 250. 299 Kirk. Barbara 166,230 Kirkbride. Stephanie 515 Kisner, Carson 352 Kisrler, Amanda 184, 305 Kitchens. Brent Michael 129 Kitchens, Hunter 162. I " I. 181 230, 5.39 Kitchens, Josie 3ii| itchens, Katie . Klaeson, Jakob 3 " 8 Kle.irman, Ashley 319 Klein. Mart 328 Kleinschgmidr, Ken 335 Kleinschrodr, Brian 156, 16 3 Kli man. Alex 36s Kline. Will 565 Klmkc, Margaret Ann 301 Kloezeman, ( Ihloe 366 Kneip, Stephen 525 Knight, Jamie 181, 230, 305 Knight, Kelly 230,50 5 Knight, Sarah 300, 501 Knighton, Ashley Nicole 156 Knighton. Dan 307 Knott, Megan 295 Knotrek, Michael 297 Knox, Christopher I 56 Roger, T.J. 251,509 Kohl, Matt 337 Kohlcr, Chris 541 Kollath, Carlie Jean 128 Koon, Emma 305 Koon, Luke 313 Koon, Luther 23 I Koons, Lee 325 Korb, Katie 301 Korte, Jackie 2 31. 321 Kostka, Abby 305 Kottas, Lauren 154,317 Koukhartchouk. Nika 581 Koury, Matthew 333 Koury, Michael William 128 Krafft, Erin 231,320. 521 Kramer. Justin 313 Kramer, Katie 360 Kress, Kellj 155 Kruger, Peter 337 Kuhn, Whitney 319 Kulikova. Olena 137 Kurdelmeyer, Julie 305 Kurtis, Blake 34 1 Kurtz, Spencer 335 Kyle, Chris 339 Kyle, Jack 341 Kyle. Kate 32 I Kysiak, Carolann 295 Lacy, Melissa 319 I.adncr. Leighanna I 56 Ladner, Renee 558 Ladyman, Emily 162, (77,231, 301 Lafontaine, Andrew 231 Lago, Paul 91 Lame. Craig I " 2, 251 Laird, Katie 30.5 Laird, Emily 180,503 Laird, Jordan 505 Laird, Katie .50. 131. 13 " , 1.54 Lamb, Jason 177, 231,297 lambda Sigma 165, 191 Lambert, Ashleigh 319 1 amport. Dusty 298, 299 Lancaster. Leigh 303 Lancaster, April 122 Lancaster, Emma 231, 303 Lancaster, Jake 339 Lancaster, Jordan 129 Lancaster, Maggie 295 Lance, Brady 313 Lance. Karrie 251. 295 Land, Chip 5.35 I andford, Mary Alden 301 1 andis. Carter 325 Landis. David 328 Landry, Sarah 52 I I anduyt, Ben Van 559 Lane, Craig 32 " lane, Keyrric 181 Lane, Robert ,3 50, 551 l.aney, l.uctis 35 " Laney, Make 309 Lang, Cassie 172 I ang, Eleanor 295 I ang, Janna 3 19 (.ang,Jilly 31 " l.ang, Laura 503 I. angbehn, Jessica 501 langnarr, Jennifer i| I angley, Rob 3 1 3 Langley, Tara 360 Langston, Keaton 1 Lanz, Peter 232 Lapikas, Brandic 232 I. ariscy, Mary .31 5 larscn. Julia 30 3 Lary, Meinrie 182 I.assiter. Christy 162. 3 1 SI l.assirer. Will (74 I atham, Alisha 232 Latham, Bill 177,232 Latham, Paige 305 I.athem, Carrie 3 1 V Latil, Rebecca 157.2 32 Latta, Forrest 29 Laughlin, Deborah 128 1 aumbattus, Jacob 328 l.avassani, Farah 177, 295 LaVera, Kellye 382 Lavery, Kiely 331 Lawhorn, Alex 359 lawhorn, J.D. 3 39, 351 Lawler, Dan 232, 384 l.awlcr, Layson 1 77, 232, 301 Lawrence, Jennifer 162, 1 8. 2 32 317 Lawrence, Josh 177 Lawrence. Magan 501 Lawrence, Mitch 3S4 Lawrence. Rico 166 Lawrence, Susan 232, 505 Lawrence, Temille 166 Laws, Chance 182 Lawson, Chris 119, J 66, 372 l.ayton, Peter 1 56, 232 Leach, Bonnie 177,403 Leach, Samanrha 368 Leachman, Laura 186 Leatherman, Vaughan 303 LeBaron, Brian 509 LeBlanc, Amanda 232, 290, 321 LeBlanc, Amanda Elizabeth 180 LeBlanc. Dustin Paul 129 LeBlanc, Mairin 305 I eBlanc, Trey 299 l.eblonc, Amanda 154 Led belter,, Brooke 305 Ledbetter, Amanda 1 SO, 252. 3 3 1 Ledberter, William 337 Lederman, Chad 3 35 Lee, Amanda 181 Lee. Anna 317 lee, Cynthia 156 Lee, Jeremy 328 Lee, Kristen 303.321 Lee, Lauren 321 Lee, Morgann 232, 293 Lee, Rebecca 295 Lee, Tamara 232 I eftwich, Claire 317 I egg. Amanda C. 180 Legg. David 337 Legg, Mandv 317 Legg, Wolly 337 Legget, Josh 332 Leggett, Anna 295 Leggetr, Josh 333 lcCros, Jane 232. .301 l.ehn. Justin 541 Leiter, Meg 319 Lejeune, Jaie 156 I eland. Alan 339 LeMay, Carrie 156 1 enderman. Mart 162 1 entile. Katie 162, 304,505 Leonard, Marissa I Leslie. Elise 301 I eSourd, Hadley 301 1 esrer, Dena 31 5 Lester. Wallace l.etteri. Meagan 162. letrri. Meagan Letts, Candy 566 Levanway, Adam levy, Chris Lewis. Ben 299 Lewis. Caroline I . 181. _ 1 Lewis, Rebecca 301 Lewis, Wicke 325 Lezon, Kate 171, 317 li. Alisha 154. Liberco, Christine 382 Licdtke, Claire 301 Lightsey, Margaret 295 Lightsey, Reagan 162. 233. 305 Ligon, Lauren 295 Ligon, Tara 295 Liles, Allison 330. 331 Lilley, Matt 1 74, 233 Lilly, Holmes 313 Lilly, Lawrence 351 Lin, Fang 173, Lind, Eric 335 Lindsey, Kate 3 1 9 Lindsey, .Andrew 156 Lindsey, Brent 297 Lindsey, Wilson 297 Line, Kathryn 233,319 Linton, Ashley 317 Linton, Nicholas Lamar 401 I ipe, Douglas 17.9 Lishman, Ashley 305 Lisrenbee, John Deitrich 156 Lites, Caroline 331 Little, Margo 321 Little, Stephanie 223,301 Little. Tyler 339 Littlefield, Teresa 182 Livingston, Clint 233 Livingston, Elizabeth 303 Livingston, Justin 1 62, 1 77, 223 Livingston, Lacey 305 Llewellyn, Travis 297 Lloyd, Courtney 156 Lloyd, Drew 341 l.o, Rebecca 165,233 Loche, Rogers 351 Locke, Joel 333 Locke, Joshua 187 Lockert, Christy 166,233 Lockhart, Brandon 297 Locklear, Jodie 233 Lockwood, Amber 233,319 Loden, Ginger Brooke 1 29 Loden, Karen 404 Loftin, Matthew Louis 180 Lofton, Julianne 162 Logan, Anna 156 Log an, Frank 166 Logan, Katie 331 Logan, Kay la 156 Logan, Kimberly 166 Logan, Mallory 317 Lognion, Alexis 184 Lohriisch, Andrew 341 Lomax,, Caroline 303 Lombard, Emily 295 l.omenick, Robert 339 London, Jessi 295 Long, Curris 340, 34 1 Long, David 33 Long, Kara 162,317,402 Long, Taylor 3 1 3 Long. Will 341 i, Christina 331 Lorenzen, Jennifer 368 Lott, Kelli 301 Lott, Meredith 305 Louviere, Lindse; Lee 339 Love, Melissa 2 3 5. 303 Sam 233, 336 Love, Samuel 337 Love, Sara 233, 303 Lovelace, Witt 103 Lovorn, Justin 287 Low, Laura 303 Lowe, Rachel 233, 303 Lowrance, Joshua 327 Lowry, Kate 319 Lowry, Kathleen 154 Lowry, Matt 339 Lowther, Becca 505 . Gretchen 331 Luber, Michelle 331 l.ubick. Matt 351 Lucas, Caldwell 297 Lucas, Rob 341 ' j y. YJrJLt ' i iT«J Luke, Clark 339 Luke, Keith 177,309 Lukinovich, Lesley 233, 295 Lum, Bradley 365 Lund, Caroline 320, 32 1 Lusco, Olivia 137, 154, 171, 173, 233, 303 Lusk, Brian 328 Lusk. Walker 313 Luster, Fisher 303 Lutz, John 334, 335 Lydick, Walter 341 Lynch, Amanda 118, 183, 301 Lynch, Courtney 166 Lynch, Mary Gwen 301 Lynch, Sam 325 Lyons, Kenny 3 1 3 Lyons, Laura Beth 233, 30 1 Lvtle, Chessa Macauk,, MacCormack, Alexander 156 Macgowan, Barrett 335 Macias, Livia 165,236 MacKarvich, Chase 335 Macklin, Lafaydra 184 MacLeod, Paul 24 Madden, Courtney 331 Madden, Rachel 2.36, 295 Maddox, Drew 365 Macldox, Will 313 Madsen, Patrick 341 Madson, Aaron 156, 184,236 Magee, Drew 300,301 Magee, Emma 317 Magee, Landon 3 3 Magee, Laura 303 Magli, Lauren 184,236,303 Magliocca, Lauren 319 Magnua, Ann 165 Magro, Mallory 305 Maguusiak, Ben 507 Mahaffey, Alyssa 171, 295 Mahan, Nicole 360 Maharre, Blake 236 Maher, David 372 Mahfouz, Justin 154 Mahoney, Megan 303 Makey, Kristina 30.3 Maki, Jonathan 313 Maklonado, Lindsay 236 Malkovich, Lana 321 Mallela, Java 236 Mallet, Jile 303 Mallette, Jennifer 156 Mallette, Jessica i Mallette, Mary Katherine 301 Malloy, Caroline 317 Malone, Britney 166 Ma lone, Maranda 236 Maloney, Angela 154, 236 Maloney, Ashley 315 Maloney. Matt 363 Manion, Brian 335 Manning, Archie 24. 25 Manning, Cooper 76, Manning, Megan 319 Manning, Molly 162,236,319 Mannion, Missy 236, 331 Mansfield, Brooke 305 Mapp, Mallori 305 Maraion, Laura 315 Marascalco, Diana 305 Marbury, Elizabeth 303 Marchant, Melissa 162, 2.36, 315 Marche, Jacques de 156, 163 Marchinski, Cchristine 360 Marcoux, Danielle 315 Mardis, Trey 352 Marino. David 374 Marino, Michael 313 Marion, Laura 156 Marion, Lauran 236 Marion, Melissa 1 3 Marion, Nicole 174 Markle, Dustin 309 Marks, Matthew 339 Marley, Pfeifcr 303 Marlow, Neil 2 36 Marriam, Kristen 321 Mars, Mary Lea 305 Marsh, Rob 313 Marshall, Austin 335 Marshall, Ryan 3.39 Marshall, Sara be th 319 Marshall, Stephen 177, 236 Martello, Cat 331 Martin, Alice 301 Martin, Ashley 331 Martin, Chris 156 Martin, Christie 295 Martin, Corey 163, 164, 184 Martin, Crystal 162, 166, 178 Martin, Dan 341 Martin, David 306, 307 Martin, Earnest 339 Martin, Edmund Daniel 180 Martin, Elizabeth 236, 305 Martin, Haley 317 Martin, Hannah 301 Martin, Jared Foster 180 Martin, Jesse 84, 156, 163 Martin, John 181 Martin, John Rhodes 1 7 1 Martin, Katie 305 Martin, Kclsey 315 Martin, Lauryn 317 Martin, Lawrence 163 Martin, Leigh Anne 319 Martin, Margaret 236,331 Martin, Melissa 303 Martin, Rob 313 Martin, Sarah 317 Martin, Van 313 Martindale, Howard 236 Martindale, Hutch 325 Martins, Tommy 184,237 Maruca, Nicholas 179 Marvel, Rachel 154 Marzella, Matt 336, 337 Marzette, Nikki 237 Mason, Colby 3.32 Mason, Heather 295 Mason, Jessica 172. 189, 237 Massey, Cameron 179 Massey, Jessica 294,295 Massey, Jon 337 Massey, Lauren 156 Massey, Nicole 317 Massey, Nina 237 Massingill, Lauren 179 Masten, Alex 327 Masterson, Scott 306, 307 Mathias, Brian 313 Mathis, Mallory 305 Mathis, Morgan 305 Mathis, Stephen Ray 129 Mathius, Maggie 319 Matrana, Cody 187 Matrangos, Grace 331 Matthews, Allie 301 Matthews, Ben 313 Matthews, Lee 166 Matthews, Meredith 237, 315 Mattingly, Erin 237,330,331 Maudlin, Ruth 301 Mauldin, Drew 313 Mauldin, Ruth 162 Maury. Carlos 166, 186,237 Maury, Metthew 186 Maxey, Kirkland 325 Maxey, Liza 303 Maxie, Amanda 156, ISO Maxwell, Katie 305,317 Maxwell, Mary 138, 180, 173 Maxwell, Townes 308,309 May, Amber C. 180 nna Leigh 317 May, Chris 297 May. Elizabeth 301 May, Emily 305 May, Lauren 321 May, Mallory 317 May, Turner 328 Mayes, Amanda 319 Mayeux, Kathryn 1 72, 237 Mayfield, Elisc 321 Mayfield, Owen 338, 339 Mayhall, Mallory 352 Mayo, Erin 122 Mayo, Ramey 319 Mays, Jared 341 Mavs, Thelma 1! McAdory, l.ajoi 166 McAlpin, Diane Nicole 180 McAndrews, Alex 295 McArthur, Alex 335 McArthur, Ashley 319 McAuley, Michelle 303 McBrearty, Sean 337 McBride, LaToya 372 McBride, Trumaine 351 McCaa, Ellen 305 McCabe, Haley 301 McCabe, Katie 301 McCaffrey, Jordan 331 McCaffrey, Suzanne 173 McCalin, Jessie 237 McCall, Edward 237,372 McCall, Najah 237 McCann, Elizabeth 33 1 McCarten, Katie 237 McCarver, Abby 237,315 McCaskill, Chasza 156 McCaskill, Gigi 166.237, 311 McCauley, Callum 119 McCauley, Ewan 237, 325, 351 McCaulley, Trish 295 McClain, Alaina 331 McClain, Allison 295 McClain, Ally 294 McClain, Jessica 368 McClain, Kirby Nicole 156 McClay, Letoya 166 McClesky, Thomas 174 McCHnton, Spike 113, 155, 335 McClure, Rachael 138, 237, 295 McCommon, Stacey 366 McCool,Kyle 17s ' McCord, D.D. 294,295 McCormick, David 182 McCormick, Meg 303 McCormick, Robert 138, 140, 170 McCoy, James 351 McCoy, Mandy 156,303 McCrary, Jordan 339 McCrate, Brian M. 156 McCraw, Emily 1 8 1 ,238,305 McCraw, Salley 305 McCullough, Laci 301 McCullum, Chase 135, 138, 173, 181,238 McCutcheon, Taylor 181,317 McDaniel, Catherine 317 McDaniel, Darby 331 McDaniel, Megan 188 McDaniel, Meredith 165, 238, 305 McDaniel, Sara Tyson 301 McDavid, Jason 339 McDavid, Patrick 339 McDermott, Sam 319 McDonald, Blair 305 McDonald, Brooks 304, 305 McDonald, Matt 163 McDonald, Wes 341 McDonough, Matt 339 McDougal, Myles 313 McDowell, Leigh 30.5 McDuftle, Rachel 319 McElhaney, Ashton 321, 355 McEIhauey, Kyle 187,238 McElwain, Lucas 180 McEvoy, Kate 319 McEwen, Corey 372 McEwen, Jonathan 338, 339 McFall, Alison 303 McEarland, Brian 156 McFarlin, Courtney 305 McFatter, Daniel 3 1 3 McField, Alexis 372 McGaha, Sydney L. 181 McGahey, Betsy 305 McGaughy, Gabby 331 McGee, Coliin 32S McGee, Griffin 341 McGee, May Vaughn 317 McGhee, Austin 156,171 McGhee, Stephanie 166, 238 McGilberry, Jocclyn 358 McGinnis, Michael 387 McGowan, Kessler 325 McGowan, Mims 32 McC.rath, Marcus 309 McCraw, Ned 13 ' , McGrew, Carrie 303 McHan, Jessi 305 Mclnnis, Garrett 162,309 Mclnnis, Pressley 181 Mclntire, Rebecca 366 Mcintosh, Lauren 32 1 Mcintosh, Leah 321 Mclntyre, Katie 317 Mclntyre, Virginia 48, 184, 238. 305, 403, 404 McKay, Bryce 371,372 McKean, Rory 238, 339 McKeigney, Will 172 McKeirhen, Kclsey 331 McKeithen, Melissa 331 McKelroy, Peter 23 S McKenzie, JoAnna 321 McKenzie, Megan 3 I 7 McKenzie, Rob 328 McKenzie, Tyler 1 54 McKibben, Jordan 238, 301 McKibben, Megan 301 McKibben, Ryan 238 McKibben, Yan 313 McKinley, Camille 301 McKinley, Jordan 171,339 McKinney, LaToya 188 McKinney, Lyle 325 McKinney, Mack 327 McKinney, Mackin 303 McKinney, Meredith 138, 180, 238,295,33) McKinnin, David 337 McLarty, Jack 332 McLaughlin, John 337 Mcl.aurin, Elizabeth 238 McLaurin, Olivia 303 McLaurin, Sidney 337,351 McLean, Hite 325 McLelland, Anna 321 McLemore, Mallary 295 McLeod, Kelleigh 303 McLeod, Emily 305 Mcleod, Jay 332 McLeod, Morgan 303 McMahan, Heather 305 Mc.Mahan, Melissa 331 McManus. Julia 331 McMinn, Riley 384 McMullan.Jcff 181,313 McMullen, Kevin 1 56, 1 83, 238 McNamara, Bee 3.39 McNeal, Leslie 238, 309 McNeal, Roun 171, 238, 308, 309 McNeel, Caroline 30.3 McNeil, Antione 166,239 McNuIty, Malory 321 McNulty, Will 335 McPhcrson, Allison 320,321 McPherson, James 156 McQuiston, Will 328 McRaney, Megan 119, 239, 305 McRight, Elizabeth 303 McSwain, Mico 349, 35 1 McVev, Anna 303 McVey, Eric 337 Meaders, Andre 339 Meador, Andrew 239 Meador, Megan 303 Meadors, Molly 301 Meadows. Daniel 297 Meadows, Sunni 177 Medders, Maggie 32 1 Medlin, Stacey 239,331 Medlock, Lindsey 32 1 Medore, Andrew 177, 187 Meeks, Ben 313 Megar, Katherine 301 Mehan, Cori 382 Mehmood, Asif 239 Mcisenheimer, Blake 338, 3.39 Meisenheimer, Tyler 239, 339 Melancon, Christine 295 Melohn, Melissa 355 Melton, Bailey 159, 161, 176, 184, 185,404 Melton, Emily 177 Melton, Erin E. 156 Memric, Mandi 321 Mcnefee, Hannah 165, 239 Merchant, Melissa 154 Merrell, Kathryn 138 Mcrrell, Katie 30.3, 35. lerrill, Hilson 325 lerrill, Tutor 32 1 [erriman, Ross 328 lerritt, Matthew 371, 372 lerriwether, Karen 173, 303 ' esser, Blake 307 letcalf, Philip 180,239 lever, Nick 328 leyerhoff, Chris 341 fichael, Alise 321 ' ichael, Andrew 239.309 ichaeLDale 239 dchaels, Jeff 156 lichaclson, David 337 lichaelson, Seth 337,351 ■-»- ' s, Ryan 374 Moloney, Matt 365 Molpus, Emily 303 Monsour, Matt 339 Monsour, Meredith 155, Montalvo, Natalie 295 Moutgomerey. Brenton . ' Montgomery, Arabella 1 305 Montgomery, Brenton 2 j Montgomery, Casey 24(1 Montgomery, Claire 31? Montgomery, Scott 297 Montiel, Judith Ann 24C lichell, Meagan 303 Montjo y, Cltttord Tare 1 lickej, Miesha 166 Moms, Curtis 339 liddleton, Maggie 162 Monts, Kimmel 240, 33 ' [iers, Elizabeth 315 Moody, Jonathan 128 liers, Lee 325 Moody, Morgan 3 15 likeska, Katie 295 Moon, fynslee 156,240 tiles, Margo 295 Aloone •, Mary Grace 30 liles, Pamela 3 2 Moone ham, Brooks 1 : i tiller. Amanda 162,181,294,295 Moone ham, Laura 156, filler, Andy 239,339 Moor, Kyle 313 tiller, Blair 374 Moore, Andrew 166 l.ller, Cathryn 317 Moore, Aubrey 295 liller. Dena 239 Moore, Austin 297 liller, Erin Kelly 156 Moore, Emily 319 liller, Hal 332 Moore, Haley 321 liller, Jim 313 Moore, Krisri Nicole 37 liller, Kelly 315 Moore, Latorria 166 liller, Lisa 239, 316 Moore, Lauren 138, 176 liller, Martin 337 305,315,319 liller, Mary Margaret 239 Moore, Marvin 356 liller, Matt 155,313 Moore, Melanie 317 liller, Maurice 166, 351 Moore, Meredith 241,2 liller, Meade 181,303 Moore, Molly 295 liller, Morgan 372 Moore, Natalie 315 liller, Robert 337 Moore, Parker 339 liller, Romanda 166 Moore, Ryves 325 liller, Sarah-Marie 295 Moores , Benjamin 154 liller, Shannon 239, 303 Moosa, Jessica 331 liller, Taylor 316,317 Moran, Ryan 313 liller, Vicki 295 Moran, Winston 297 liller, Winston 325 Moreman. Chad 384 lillette, Catherine 240, 317 Morgar , Abbie 317 lilloy, Meghan 177,305 Morgar I, Allison 162, 18 tills, Bridget 188 319 - lills, Corey 372 Morgan, Ashley 319 tills, Lauren 295 Morgan, Bobby 17 1 lills, Rebekah 321 Morgar i, Cbristi 321 lilner, Adam 173 Morgar , Felecia 1 66 lilner, Anna 303 Morgai l, Jimmy 335 lilner, Katherine 240 Morgar i, Markceva 76 lilo, Stephanie 315 Morgai i, Mitch 54 lims, Amanda 240, 303 Morgai i, Natalie 154,30 lims, John Morgan 365 Morgai i, Oby 335 linch, Steve 328 Morrig m. Matr 32S imev, jada 358 Morris, Alexis 355 ling, Ashlie 321 Morris, Brandon 297 lihis, Pegsv 317 Morris, Claire 181,305 {into, David 312, 3 13 fintz, Charlotte 86, 171, Mint , Will 297 Mitcham, Megan 3 1 9 litchel, Batrett 313 litchell. Ben 156, 163 litchell, Bess 303 litchell, Blake 332,333 litchell, Channing 295 litchell, Chris 328 litchell, Erin 317 litchell, |av $27 litchell, Jayme 351 litchell, Mackenzie 305 litchell, Sarah 315 lixonjill 162, 181,240,301 lixon, Katie 319 lize, Ann 156 lize, Bennett 337 lize.Lee 313 lizell, Caitlin 319.382 Mock bee, Wesley 313 Moeller, Miriam 156 Moerman. Alexia 240,295 Moffat, Chris 333 loffett, Alex 313 Morris, Laci 321 Morris, Lindsey 294, 29 Morris, Matthew 340. 3 Morris, Miles 325 Morris, Rebekah 156 Morris, Ronald I " Morris, Zach 1 Morrison, Jenna 241,2 ' Morrison, Sarah I , 2-, Morrow, Anne 303 Morse, Kristen 156,315 Morse, Stephen 335 Mortar Board 154, 191 Mosby, Jessica 295 Mosby, Noble 156 Mosby, Will 339 Ylosel ev. Will ISO. 351 Moses , Paige 321 Mosle i Kavla 366 Mosle v, Kemp 165 « 33 ■ Mosq lera. En iiv : 19 Moss. Brittan; V 1 Moss, limbo $12,: 13 Moss, Peyton Motes. Rachel 48, $04,305 Mott. Allison 331 Mueller, Ragan Muldoon, Patric x ' ulherin, Helen v, Kimberly 372 I, Anne 301,402 vTw Navarro, Ian 2 ' Navarro, Krisrin Neal, loMoniqu Townsend 38- Nelan, Lindsey 3 17 Nelson, Andrea 1S4 Nelson. Ashley 303 ' -n, David IS - Nethery, i faley 31 STcumastc c. Lane ; 1 4 Neveleff, Allev S ( iring Nevill, Br an 2S " S ' ewberrv . Jacob fames Newbold, Andre 1 v V. Steve s40. ? Newell, Mandv 295 Newman, Brad . " 07 Newman, Bradley 156 Slewman, Brian S s s Newman, Bruce 386 Newman, Candice Ma 165, 166,242 Newton, Laine) 3 1 Newton, Libby 317,338 Niblett, Justin 162 Nichols, Davis 325 Nichols, Ebony 121, 165, 166, Nichols, Ellic 30 I Nichols, Will 333 Nicholson, Caleb 173 Nicholson, Deanna 156 Nicholson, Kelcey 242 Nicholson, Marie 301 Nicholson, Sara 165, 242, 303 Nickels, Joe 242 ,384 Nicosia, Chris 333 osia, Mike 333 " •-», Whitney 331 Brad 242, 328 351 idon 184 North, Willia Norton, Clar Norton, Evai Oc lenwetner _-. Oliver, Brittanv Olmsted, Blake 165,33 Olson, Ashley 331 Oppenheimer, Johnston . Orange, Brian 166 Osborne. Katherine 321 Osteen, Cooper 365 Oswaks, David 341 Oswald, Laura Kat Oswald, Sarah 24. : Owens, Matthew 337 Owens, Rebecca 180,243 Oyetunji, Jariar Omolabake 1 28 Pace, Ally .,»., Pace, Lauren 31 Pace, Meg 184.243 Pace. Megan 303 Pace. Molly 243,303 Pack, Garry 351 Pack, Gary 349 Padron, Gerald 1 79 Palazzone, Kasi 295 Palmer, Corey 184,243,404 Palmer, Hunter 3 1 3 Palmere, Jaccy 295 Panayiotou, Adam 325 Pannel, Tiffany 295 Pannell, Amanda 1 84, 190, 404 Parchman, Zach 243, 288 Parham, Loren R. 180 Parham, Meghan 243, 32 1 Paris, Charles 156 Paris, Henry 313 Park. Colin 174 Park, Rob 325, 351 Park, Zane 298, 299 Parker, Alice 303 Parker, Alfred 179 ' r, Ashley J 02 r, Breanne 121,243 rell 352 ;st 244 65, 30: 139 44, 305 :, Charles Andrew 156 • p-,;,,.. ' in; atie 3 1 7 Alexa 321 Patterson, Blake 32 Patterson, Brand 313 atferson, Brandon 356 son, Emiley 156 n, Kirby ' 119,371,37; Kitty 301 Met; 295 n, Chris 372 Parton, Courtney 303 I ' atton, Ginny 33 1 Patron, John 313 Patron, Lee 335 Pattou, Sam 333 Parton, Virginia 154 Paxson, Casey 33 1 Payette, Suzanne I -- . 185,403 Payne, Bradley R. 156 Payne, Constance 165, 244 Payne, Diane 166 Payne. Hannah 3 15 Payne, Jeff 244. 339 Payne. John 3 1 3 Payne, Leighton 3 17 Payne. Tiffany 295 Peacock. Ann Christopher 301 Peake. Daniel 325 Pearce. Carey Ann 244, 295 Pearsall, Paige 319 Pearson, Hallic 32 I Pearson, I aurcn 32 I Pearson. Matthew Eric Peck. Caroline 319 Vdron, Jordan 1 77, Pccrson, Rachel 245 Pegram,Jim 325 s. Brittany 292, 293 lleton, DeDeann 366 Penilton, Felicia 166 Penley, Jennifer 303 Penn, Emily 244, 301 Penner, Doug 328 Pennington. Morgan 3 I 7 Pepper. Chris 313 Petesich, Lindsey 505 Perkin, Ashley 303 Perkins, Ryan 121, 162, 16 Pennenter, Cooper 339 Perren, Ashley 244 Perry, Earlon 154 Perry, Harrison 319 Perry, Jordan 164 Perry, Kendriek 351 Perry, Sharo 154 Perry-man, Ashley 47 Persia, Hannah 3 1 7 Person, Brett Jon 128 Person, Christina 301 Peters. Chris 156,245 Peters, Ty 337 Petersen, Natalie 331 Peterson, Betsey 3 1 6 Peterson, Betsy .3)7 Peterson, Katie 188,319 Peterson, Mary 245, 319 Peterson. Megan 154 Peterson. Mike 32S Peterson, Neesa 317 Peterson, Rachel 290, 330, 331 Peterson, Rachel Elaine 180 Pc-trit, Bobby 174,245 Pettit, Samantha 295 Pettway, Brian 363.56 5 Petty, Gerilyan 121. 165, 188,245 Petty, Will 341 Pew, Nathan 1 Peyton, Lauren 3 1 I Pfetfer. Dustin 156, 163 Phares, Lauren 317 Phariss Shane 179 Phclan. Sally 319 Philip, sh„k 95 Philip, Elizabeth 319 Philip, .izzie 3 1 8 Philips. Anderson 337 Phillips Andrew 335 Phillips Anna 245 Phillips Brianna Marie 12S Phillips Cameron 332, 333 Phillips Case) 245, 36S Phillips Emily 3 1 7 Phillips Jack 325 Phillips lames 333 Phillips |ohn 154 Phillips Kylie .315 Phillips Laura .321 Phillips .305 Phillips, Natasha 245, .368 Phillips, Slater 337 Phillips, Warren .3.35 Phillips, Zack 352 Philpot, Maggie 245,3.31 Picciriilo, Marcus 245, 5js Pickard, Morgan .321 Pickering. Lauren 245, 301 Pickett, Scott 24.5. 337 Pierce, Matt 3 5 1 Pierorich, Bret 313 Pierotich, Melissa .305 Pierotti, Nick 245, 5.3 3 Pierse, Tim .32 " Pigott. Katie 301 Pigotr, Melissa 317 Piicher, Ali rim, Mary 319 Pilkinton, Brett 33 3 Pilkinton, Brian .333 , [ane Critz 301 Pinkham, Britany 245 Pinkston, Christopher 2.5, 33 Pirani, Amanda .305,355 Pirim, Taner 13 l Pitcock. Leslie 303, 401 Pitner, Courtney 129 Pittman, Camilia 372 Pittman, (jail 76 Pittman, Jamal 5.51 Pittman, Laura .303 Pittman, Michael 306, 307 Pizzo, Emily 319 Plaia, Michele 154, 162,245,319 Planch, Ashley 154 Piatt, Carolyn .319 Pless, Weldon .31.3 Plorek, Micah Poe. Jacqueline 301 Poindexter, Van 32.5 Poland, Brannon 174 Polanski, Kristen 328 Polizzi, Amanda 3.31 Polk, Carol 166,311 Polk, Latoya 174 Poilacci, Ryan 245, 384 Poilan, Amy .320,321 Pollard, Rvn 301 Pollock. Josh 313 Pollock, Morgan 124, 125, 321 Pollock, Sari ta 156 Pol onsky, Mara 368 Pond, Ashley 246, 33 1 Pond, Lauren 319 Poole, Aaron 246 Poole, Trey .3 5 1 Pope, Jason 325 Poplar, Marcus 166 Portas, Page 246, 317 Porter, Anastasia 360 Porter, Maggie 3 J 9 Porter, Maribeth 128 Porter, Ryne 365 Porter, Samantha 165,184,246, 331,402,404 Porter, Sloane 30 1 Portre, Michael 154 Posecai, Julian 339 Posey, Ryan 33 Posey, Victoria Alaina-Marie 156 Poss, Lauren 154 Post. Harris 335 Ports, Brittney 382 Ports, Demarco 372 Pons, (Catherine 154,301 Powell. Ashley .319 Powell, Aubrey .321 Powell, Hardin 305 Powell, Jesse 1 74 Powell, Kathryn 301 Powell, Meghan 317 Powell, Susan 301 Powell, William Lee 128 Powell, Willie 246 Power, Leigh 317 Power, Logan 365 Powers, Emily 295 Powers, Lauren 32 Powers. Nancy 301 Powers, Scott 339 Poynor, Kelhe Dee Ann 180 Prado, Jimmy .341 Pratt, Brandon 337 Pratt, Lindsey 303 Pratt, Nerren 325 Presley, Alex 365 Presley. Allvson 321 Presley, Lindsey 162, 181,246, Presley, Marc 339 Presnell, Michael 156 Pressey, Ben 341 Prestage, Paige 301 Prcwitt, Kristen 1.54 Price, Armintie I 19, 358 Price, Ben 307 Price, Madeline 301 Price, Michael 333 Prichett, Mary Bess 165 Priddy, Kelly 315 Primos, Paige .301 Prince, Bethany 319 Prince, Shaquita 166,246 Pritchard, Megan 321 Pruett, Whitney 246,315 Pruitt, Jeffrey 177,246 Pruirt, Stephen 187,327 Pryor, Andrew J. 156 Pryor, Obarcus 166 Psalmond, Phillip 246, 34 1 Psillas, Christina 246, 318,319 Puckctt, Josh 372 Pulaski, Cassan 1 84 Pullen. Kristen 321 Purcell, Graham 171, 297 Purnell, Walter 166 Purser, Chris 403 Purvis, Mary Mitchell 171, 246, 301 Purycar, Geoff 246, 339 Putnam, Bette Catherine 156 Putnam, Michael L. J 56 Putt, Sally 162,295 Quilter, Sar Quinn, Darry] Quinn, Heather 2-n., _.»- Quinn, Hunter 1 55, 325 Quinn. Michael .3.35 Quinn, Ross 313 Quintana, Julio 333,371 Quirk, Cailin 3.3 1 Race, Jenifer -j Radu, Mira 38.1 Rag land, Emily 246, Ragsdale, Jimmie 32 Rainey, Elizabeth 122, 123, 170, 1 76, 247, 295 Rainey, Nelson 313 Ramirez, Alyssa 317 Ramos, Bo 3.37 Ramsey, Anna 321 Ramsey, Will 3.39 Randall, Madeline 247, 301 Randelt, Mark 307 Randice, Robert 182 Randle, Torrance 1 66 Rang, Leah 1 65 Rankisn, Brooke 247 Rasberry. Erin 184, 247, 402, 404 Rasmussen, Dane 156, 163, 247 Rathbone, Elizabeth 317 Ratliffe, Thornton 325 Rarterman, Stephen 3.39 Rauers, Chris 335 Raulston, Web 325 Rawlings, Kelly .3 1 7 Rawls, Jonathan 156 Rawls, Stephen David 180 Ray, Brian 247 Ray, George 166,247 Ray, Georgia Anne 162, 305 Ray, Mary Ellen 247,303 Ray, Phillip 181 Rayburn, Bryan 313 Rea, Caroline 96 Rea, Christopher 378 Rea, Justin 247,411 Ready, Aaron 296 Reaver, Kira .331 Rebarchak, Vance 247, 301 Rebstock, Logan 178 Rector, Anthony 3 1 .3 Redd, Jaimce 331 Reddick, Demario 1 86 Reddick, Trace 28S Rcdfearn, Laura 3.31 Redmond., Krista 30.3 Redmond, Katrina 166 Redmond, Willie 166,247 Reed, Matt 337 Reed, Raphew 372 Reed, Will 337 Reeder, Justin 173 Reedy, Lindsey 303 Reeves, Abby 1 39, 181, 247, 305 Reeves, Anna 1.39, 247, 305 Reeves, Jeff 309 Reeves, Jessica 315 Reeves. Josh 247, 299 Reeves, Ryan 34 1 Reich, Heidi 247 eichel, Morgan -id. Ashlee 181 Reinemann, Kelley 1 56 Rcising, Bart 162, 173, 181,298, 299 Relyea, Christina 295 Renaudin, Mimi 381 Renfroe, Rob 340, .541 Renie, Kelly 382 Renshaw, Kate 315 Rentrop, Brad 337 Repking, Michael 341 Rester, Samantha 156 Reynolds, Kendra 165, 301 Reynolds, Kristin 172,247 Rhodes, Austin .31.3 Rhodes, Chris 356 Rhodes, Stewart 312, 313 Rhodes, William 105,325 Rials, Brittany 315 Rice, David 313 Rice, {Catherine 247,331 Rice, Shelia 173 Rice, Stephanie Kimberly 128 Rich. David 339 Rich, Lauren 321 Rich, Tom 247,339 Richard, Melissa 154 Richard, Paige 3.31 Richardson, Brian 34 1 Richardson, Chad .339 Richardson, Katie 154, 317 Richardson, Lea 331 Richardson, Miranda 250 Richardson, Patrick .3 1 3 Richardsonw, Brian 173 Richburg, Susan Ashley 303 Richey, Shae 250 Richmond, Cacera J 84 Richmond, Silas 156, 329 Rickman, Laura 301 Riddle, Megan 3.3 1 Riden, Corie 3 1 9 Rider, Dustin 187 Ridgeway, Will 313 Ridley, Celia 331 Riemann, Jennifer 303 Riesenbeck, Kristen 319 Rigby, Laura 139, 180 Rigdon, Courtney 1 77, 3 1 7 Riggs, Gary 351 Rimmer, Suzanne 181 Rinehart, Pamela 250 Ringley, Martha 250 Rippon, Chris 35 1 Rippy, Rip 121, 171, 180,250 Rishe, Trey 340,341 Risher, Laura 3 1 7 Risner, Nicholas Beau 156 Rivera, Xavie r 179 Riviere, Anthony 326, .327 Riviere. Elizabeth 317 Roach, Park .328 Roach, Rashonda 121, 186, 250 Roach, Rosland 1 66 Roach, Thomas 179 Robakiewicz, Kat 175 Robb, Philip 250, 286, 332, 333 Robbins, Will 313 Roberson, Becky 303 Roberson, Katie 30 1 Roberts, Allsion 319 Roberts, Anthony 1 Roberts, Chad 339 Roberts, Dylan 1 56 Roberts, Jason .3 1 3 Roberts, Jeremy 159, 161, 176, 184, 250, 271, 402, 403, 404, 405 Roberts, Jerome 1 66 Roberts, John 313 Roberts, Lauren 177, 321 Roberts, Lin 101 Roberts, Matthew 173 Roberts, Megan 172 Roberts. Rachel 250, .305 Roberts, Tame 184,300,301 Roberts, Walker 250, 339 Robertson,, Lauren 305 Robertson, Aityson 372 Robertson, Erin 305 Robertson, Jade 317 Robertson, John 339 Robertson, Lauren 2 ;n Robertson, Maggie i Robertson, Richard 33.3 Robichauz, Leslie 382 Robilio, Michelle .321 Robinson, Candace 166 Robinson, Catherine 1 85, 250, 3.31,402,404 Robinson, Jesse 325 Robinson, Josh 250, 298, 299 Robinson, Katharine 303 Robinson, Kathryn 301 Robinson, Kelvin 351 Robinson, Kristen 177, 184, 250, 301 Robinson, I.aQuea 166, 250 Robinson, Mallory 321 Robinson, Marcus 166 Robinson, Rebekah 3 ] 7 Robison, Catherine 184 Robison, Walt 173,250 Robison, Walter 313 Roche, Kathleen 321 Rocket, Cassie 166 Rockette, Cassie 177, 250 Roekhold, Neal 174 Rodgers, April 315 Rodgers, Ashley 276,314,315 Rodgers, Brendan 313 Rodriguez, Alexandra 162 Rodriguez, Dominie 299 Rodriguez, Don 298 Roe, Mary Elizabeth 25 1 , 33 I Rogers, Anna 305 Rogers, Audrey .3.31 Rogers, Chris 374 Rogers, Claire 251,301 Rogers, Corey Harmon 128,129 Rogers, Deana 32 1 Rogers, Jason 156 Rogers, Kasey 166, 251 Rogers, Katie 305 Rogers, Kory 303 Rogers, Lashaunda 3 1 1 Rogers, Lindsey 1 78, 25 I Rogers, Mary Cile Glover 3 Rogers, Phillip 166 Rogers, Tyler 339 Roland, Ann Clark 317 Rollins, Aaron 181,329 Rollins, Wilson 335 Roman, Tim 307 Rosa, Jessica 97 Rosa, Josh 160, 184 Rose, Natalie Jean 129 Rosettti, Alyson 321 Ross, Aaron 251,339 Ross, Anna .301 Ross, Brandon 184,191,404 Ross, Ernest 374 Ross, Henry 177, 251 Ross. Michael 179,251 Ross, Nathan 171,251,339 Ross, Sean 298, 299 Ross, Steve 2.5 1 Rotenberry, Jenni .3 1 7 Roth, Brent 309 Rotkiewicz, Vincent 121 Roulhac, Mary Allyn 301 Rouse, Garrett 328 Rouse, Jennifer 251 Roussel, Ellis 327 Rousselo, Abbie 25 I Rowalt, Zach 327 Rowe, Lauren 366 Rowell, Brian 251 Rowland, Seth 251, 333 Rowling, Andrea 319 Roy, Lindsay 358 Roybal, Anne 252, 30.5, 355 Rozier, Stephanie 321 Rozmahelova, Vcronika 315 Rueker, Brandy 166 Rueker, Caroline 178 Rueker, Carolyn 252, 295 Rudd, Antoinette 156, 252 Rudd, Shannon 321 Rudolph, Flynt 335 Rudolph, Kelly 156 Rudolph, Mallory 154, 252, 32 1 Ruello, Rachel 321 Ruleman, Kathryn 252, 301 Rumph, Winslow 98, 25° Runnells, Blair 331 Rush, Lane 337 Russ, Kirk 165,252,339 Russ. Kurt 338 B ussel, Jessica 187 ussel, Taylor 339 ussell, Amanda 295 ussell, Carley 305, 355 ussell, Danny 337 ussell, Dunmetria 166 ussell, Jennifer 295 ussell, Jocelyn 177,252,295 ussell, John 335 ussell, Jordan 313 ussell, Marc 307 ussell, Robert 351 .ussell, Trevor 341 ussell, Warner 337 uthcrford, Callie 177, 252, 331 utherford, Matt 3 1 3 utlad, Matthew 177 inland, Kimberly 305 Kutland, Matthew 177 Rutledge, Logan 325 Ryan, Margaret 156,317 baricr. Celeste bbatini, Megan bin, Sarah 331,381 ckett, Chase 384 Sadler,, Elliott 335 dler, Katheryn 3 1 7 dler, Patrick 154, 3 ' ge, Joshua 166 in, Allison 305 Sain, Ashley 154 Sain, Maggie 3 1 7 ■int. Brandon L79 la, Patrick 339 las, Brandon 174 lentine, Ben 333 , Iter, Kate 154,252,295 Salu, Jennifer 164,252 Salu, Sharon 140, 173,252 « raple, Abigail 181,317 inpson, William Walker 128 ms, Becker 339 muel. Twaun 140.290,329 nchez, Joseph 163 zanders, Kendall 252,316,317 Sanders, Kyle 156, 163,253 Sanders, Mary Margaret 253, 321 Sanders, Nichole 253, 32 1 Sanders, Sarah Katherine 321 Sanders, William 171 Sanderson, Brantley 177 Sanderson, Rachel 319 Sandifer. Phillip 325 Sandlin, Elisabeth 301 Sands, Katherine 319 Sanford, Anna 253, 305 Sanford, Elizabeth 253, 305 Sanford, Jamarca 351 Sanford, Kay 321, S71 Sansing, Cherish 294, 295 Sapereto, Chris 307 Saporiro, Scott 288, 296 .Sappington, Albert 313 Sappington, Jenny 321 Sargent, David Alexander 156 Saucier, Nick I 4 Saul, Steven 339 Saunders, Charlotte 319 Savage, Kendrick 1 86 Savner, Shaunna 99. 317 Scarborough, Mary 301 Scarbrougb, Jill 253, 305 cardino, Debra 1 72, 253 Scatamacchia, Anthony 333 Schaffhauser, Suzy [73 Scheuk, Meaghan 321 Schilling, Laura 31 " 7 Schimmel, Julia 303 Schimmel, Rith 303 Schlumbrecht, Jason 156 Scbnial , Christina Marie 156 Schmidt, Amy 184 Schmidt, Mandy 253, 303 Schmidt, Phillip 313 c :hmidt, Taylor 303 :hmitt, Suzanne 3 17 Schrader, Jessica 321 Schreiner, Aimee 3 1 9 Schuchard, Mary Margaret 253 Schuster, Katie 295 Schwetschenau, Kristen 319 Schwetye, James 313 Scott, Allison 253, 315 Scott, Jimcca 156, 253 Scott, Katelyn 253, 315 Scott, Magen 178 Scott, Margaret 303 Scott, Meghan 253, 295 Scott. Paul 156, 163,254 Scott, Raine 1 54 Scott, Russell 174 Scott, Shira 166 Scott, Staci 156 Scovel, Albert 16 Scrivner, Bes 3 1 Scruggs, John 3 3 " Scruggs, Julian 335 Scully, Holly 331 Seale, Chip 254. 335 Scale, Wes 333 Seals, Kimberlyn 166 Sears, Garrett 299 Secrest, Davis 333 Seepe, Eric 308, 309 Seger, Michael 43 Seip, Ashton 162, 301 Seldon, Mary Tait 301 Self, Sarah 321 Seligman, Drake 335 Sellers, Megan 254,331 Senjem, Sarah 184 Senmark, Stephen 309 Sensing, John 297 Sereduck, Suzanne 174 Servat, Catherine 305 Sessums, Joey Kim 1 80, 337 Sessums, Stewart 337 Sewell, Johna 3 1 5 Shackelford, Regan 303 Shackleford, May 140, ISO Shade, Kathleen 331 Shafizadeh, Jeffrey 327 Shamaly, Sali 184,404 Shands, Drew 325 Shanklin, Caroline 319 Shanks, John 325 Shanks, Trey 325 Shannon, Leigh 303 Shappley, Patrick 339 Sharp, David 276, 327 Sharp, Elizabeth 254,301 Sharp, Megen 33 1 Sharpe, Golda 80,178 Sharpe, Mary Kathryn 1 16, 305 Sharpe, Rixter 166 Sharpies, Elizabeth 3 1 5 Shaver, Lacey 254, 303 Shaw, Hunter 307 Shaw, Jake 341 Shaw, John Lyie 312.313 Shaw, Margaret 319 Shaw, Martha 295 Shaw. Paul 341 Shaw, Robert 32S Shaw, Stephen 3 1 3 Shear, Ashleigh 360 Shearin, John 341 Shedd, Christopher 128,129 Sheffield, Parker 313 Shegog, Amber 166 Shell, Rob 535 Shelly, Kalyn 321 Shelton, Ann 382 Shelton, Candace 177, 254, 304, 505 Shelton, Kacie 156 Shelton, Pam 1 82 Shepard, Collier 335 Shepard, Jordan 321 Shepherd, Banks 254. 313 Shepherd, Sally Kate 314, 315 Shepherd, Sarah Katherine 180 Sheppard, Banks 313 Sheridan, Meg 300.301 Sherman, Brandon 173 Shields, David 374 Shields, Lesley 156 Shields. Lvnlcv 50- ; Shirley, Lee 333 Shivers, Andrew 297 Shivers, Molly 301 Shoff. Emily 177,254 Shollenberger, Jim 97 Shook, Rachael 156, 254, 33 1 Short, Jessica 331 Shorter, Maureen 127, 167,321 Shouse, Kevin 174,254 Shudak, Melissa 156,254 Shndak, Rebecca 140, 156 Shull, Britany 254, 320, 321 Shumaker, Demondrick 372 Shumpert, Katie 321 Sibley, David 254, 297 Sickle, Bradley Van 185 Siddons, Darren James 1 56, 2 4 Siebert, Sarah 255, 295 Sievers. Jim 32 _ Sights, Mart 339 Sikes, Clint 337 Sikes, John 225, 255. 336, 337 Sikes, Tommy 337 Silas, Laura Marie 129 Silkman, Evan 297 Silkwood. Mike 326,327 Simmons, Candie 1 82 Simmons, Christy 255, 331 Simmons, Courtney 30 1 Simmons, Gregory Turner 1 80 Simmons, Jason 154 Simmons, Kathryn 255, 351 Simmons, Maggie 303 Simmons, Turner 162. 2 Simms, Whitney 2f , 3 1 9 Simon, Chris 154,255 Simonron. Hannah Maee 156 Simpson, Laura B. 156 Simpson, Lori 184 Simpson, Mark 333 Sims, Kirk 140,339 Suns. Man Kate 171.255,300, 501 Sinclair. Chandler 307 Sinclair, Katie 3 1 9 Sindelar. Melissa 15, 128 Singer, Alex 321 Sitton. Matt 307 Size. Dan 313 Skaggs, Valeric 1 77, 255 Skelton, Emily 301 Skelron. Laura 154,303 Skelton, Tiffany 174 Skelton, Tyler 155. 173, 180,337 Skinner, Chris 325 Skrmetta, Robert J25 Slabaugh. Holley 255, 317 Slayton, Chris 297 Sledd, Jordan 355 Sledge, Caroline 3 I 7 Sledge, Taylor 3 1 3 Sledge, Travis 5 13 Sloan, Jeremiah 1 8 Slocum, Shawn 551 Sly ■man. Scoop 384 Small, l.enetta 166 Smiley, Andrew 156 Smith, Aaron 328 Smith, Alice 255, 301 Smith, Anne 303 Smith, April 315 Smith, Ashley 122. 255, 3 1 5 Smith, Aynslee 305 Smith. Bahati 255 Smith, Bart 255, 29 Smith, Bart Russell 180 Smith, Blake 54 1 Smith, Brent 255, 35 I Smith, Brian 356 Smith, Bntruey 166. 173.310,311 Smith, Cassie 256, 515 Smith, Chandler 409 Smith, Chapman 309 Smith, Chelsea 295 Smith, Chris 140,256, 339 Smith, Claire 301 Smith, Clark 179,306, 507 Smith, Daniel 325 Smith, Drew 339 Smith, Erica 256. 295 mith, Erin 314, 315 lith. Evans 256, 5 ) Smith, Jason 357 Smith, Jeremy 156, 163 Smith, Jessica 156, 172 Smith. Jon David 297 Smith, Justin 1 22 Smith, Kimberly 166 Smith, Kimie 316,317 Smith, Laura 256,319 Smith, Lauren 305, 320, 321 Smith, Lee 372 Smith, Lucy 301 Smith, Melinda 382 Smith, Melissa 121, 129 Smith, Meredith 256, 550, 331 Smith, Nickle r Smith, Parker 339 Smith, Parks 339 Smith, Peyton 165, 339 Smith, Seth 154, 185 Smith, Stephanie 315 Smith, Tara 116, 122, 123, 140, 171,256, 504.305 Smith, Todd 154 Smith, Tricia 30 1 Smith, Turner 337 Smith, Will 559 Smith- Vaniz, Leigh Ann 181.521 Smitherman, David 525 Smithers, Amber 180,321 Smithmier, Mike 341 Smothers, Mary 256. 305 Sneed, Blair 297 Sneed, Heather 256,301 Sobeckee, Will 341 Soderquist, Katie 303 Soensken, Kalyn 319 Sokolowski, Patrick 384 Solana, Page 301 Solomon, Mark 326. 327 Solomon, Sam 162 Solomon, Samantha 3 1 5 Somers. llona 381 Somerville, Megan 305 Soneson. Jane 3 1 5 Songe, Matt 174 Sontag, Andy 553 Sooter, Hannah 520, 321 Sorrel, ED. 256, 313 Sorrell, Will 32S Sorrells. Clay 337 Sosnowski, Lauren 162. 172,25 " 315 South, Brandi 180,257 Sow ell, Nathan 297 Sow-ell, Uri 297 Spahn, Courtney 95, 317 Spain,, Cheryl 503 Sparks, Daniel 34 I Sparks. Justin 257, 525,351 Sparks, Paul 156. 163 Spears, Justin 355 Speas, Meagan 33 1 Spellman, Gregory 3,3 " Spence, LaToya 137, 140, 290, 3 Spencer, Brittany 331 Spencer, Dorothy M I Spencer, Justin 313 Spencer. Witt 257, 339 Spicher, Keely M I Spikes, John David 336 Snilker. Michael 328 Spinuzzi, Nicole 331 Spollen, Katie 33 1 Spotswood, Mary 165, 303 Spradin, Lisa 257 Spradling. Casey W. 128 Spraggins, Hank 339 Spragins, Mary Gunn 315 Sprinkle, Rachael 315 Spurlock. Bonny 301 Spurlock. Matt 3 57 Spurlock, Michael 350.551 St. Martin, Sydney 262 Stabler. Nate 306 Stacks, Jeannie 156,257 Stadler, Denise 30 1 Stafeil. Megan M I Stafford, Whitney 156 Staggs, Nancy 124 Stalcup, Jean 303 Stallinas. Tre ' 551 Stanfill, MollieJ. 156 Stanford, Allison 121, 129, 140 Stanford, Bridget 162. 178 Stanford, Brooke 295 Stanford. Stephen 23 " " , 339 Stanley, Catherine 173, 305 Stanley, Jay me 321 Stanovich, Justin 257 Stanton, Mary Beth 295 Stanwood, Michaela 303 Stark, Ross Allen 1 56 Stark, Whitney 257. 303 Startz, Marion 295 Staudinger. Katie 319 Steams, Ginny 173 Steeele. David 313 Steele. Baylor 307 Stcen. Brandi 295 Steen. Gcncey 331,355 Stegall, Jennifer 321 Steinberger, Suzanne 295 Steincr, Camille 154, 257 Stelzer, Josh 333 Stenstrom, Elliott 340, 341 Stephens, Anna Beth 3 1 7. 402 Stephens. Chase 335 Stephens, Chiquita 372 Stephens, Michael 3 1 3 Stephenson, Rob 3 1 3 Stepp. Andrea 1 ' Stevens, Andy 25 " , 308. 309 Stevens, Heath 1S5. 188 Stevens, Kaleigh 321 Stevens, Scott 337 Stevenson, Terrence 15, l- ' Steward, Vikki 121, 166,257 Stewart, Austin 3i Stewart, Crystal 2S Z . 1 1 Stewart, John 156 Stewart, Josh 307 Stewart, Tiffany 166 Stewart. Walt 539 Stievcn, Maggie 319 Still, Claudia ' 188.321 Still. Julie 301 Still. Leslie 25S, 321 Still, Shay 25S, 305 Stillwcll. Kristi 2 Stine. Tim 309 Stinc, Timothy 156 Stinson, Gerald 166 Stinson, Jonathan 337 Stohler, William 327 Stoiber, Megan 33 I Stokes, Janet 1S2 Stokes. Kristi 295 Stokes, Meagan 162,258, 320, , Stokes, Tracey 1 56 Stoll, Julia 141.319 Stone, Hofer 525 Stone, Joanna 33 1 Stone, Stone) 365 Stone. Tedo 339 Stoneburner, Bennett 5 1 5 Storey. Meghan 503 Storment, Taylor 321 Stout. Megan 505 Stout, Tareyn 33 1 Stover, David 313 Straetcr. Maggie 319 Strafford. Becca 5 3 1 Srrahan, Will 33.3 Strange, Ashley 141, 152. 162, 181,258 Strange, Stewart 339 Stratton, Erin 521 Strecrer, Marquita 166 Strength. Jennifer 184 Strianse, Noel 317 Strickland, Brian 156 Strickland, Garrett 509 Strickland. Sara Jane i3 I Strickland, William I2S Srrickler. Laura 519 Stringer, John 525 Strini. Chrissy Strobe, Shannon 1 54. 295 Strode. Haley 52 I Strong. Jonathan 337 Strong, Patrick 141. c trong, Shelbj 258, troud. Will ind Stuckey, Dennis 152. 162, 166, 181,258 Stutts. fames 156 Stuns, Jimmy 163 Subber, Terrance 166 Subramanian, Preethi 581 Suckman, Ann Mane 258 Suddarth, Kristan 521 Sudduth, Walker 559.365 Suggs, Carlos 166, 351 Sukmann, Ann Mane 351 Sullenherger, Amy 331 Sullivan, Anna 258, 521 Sullivan, Brittany 295 Sullivan, Jasmine 319 Sullivan, Kathleen Summcrford, Laura 180 Summers, John 339 Summers, Kathy 303 Summers, Ratty 102 Summerson, Sally 258, 303 Sumrall, Justin 177,297 Sunday, Megan 303 Suppenfield, Jessica 154 Surrell, Jacquelyn 51,166 Surrell, Stephen 164, 166, 258 Sutter, Mitchell 337 Sutter, Preston 337 Sutton, Christin 166,258 Swan, Josh 299 Swanger,, Bethany 319 Swann, Jeff 352 Swanson, Sru 299 Sweeney, Donald 141, 180 Sweet, Brad 327 Sweeting, Cameron 184, 305 Swift, Cam 258, 336 Swope, Adam 374 Sylvester, Herman J 76, 290 Sypult, Justin 258, 333 Taber, Whitt Tabor, Lee 339 Tabor, Matt 340, 341 Tabor, Neil 372 Tiff, Julia 303 Taff, Rachel 1 19, 141, 371, 372 Taggart, Drew 162, 165. 171, 559 Talarico, Geoffrey 1 56 Talent, Will 299 ' Tallie, Trenisha 141,293 Tallo, Aaron 177 Tann, Jojo 365 Tanner, Griffin 341, 372 Tapp, Billy 339, 351 Tapp, Kara Jean 1 80 Tarpy, Whitney 188,295 Tare, Katheryn 301 Tatum, Ben 326, 327 Tatum, Lee 333 Tavukcu, Birsel 141 Taylor, Alex 309 Taylor, Allyson 156,321 Taylor, Anne 301 Taylor, Bradley 335 Taylor, Brittany 303 Taylor, Catherine 33 1 Tayloi Christopher 166 Taylor Darline 166 Taylor Desmond 166 Taylor Harper 303 Taylor lames Matthew 156 Tavlor Johnathan 184 Taylor Jordan 136, 141, 152, Taylor Kathleen .301 Taylor Kelly 319 Taylor Latoya 181 Taylor Lauren 303 lavlor Lee 303 Taylor, Leigh 303 Taylor, Margaret 301 Taylor, Marteena 166 Taylor, Quentin 351 Taylor. Rebecca 165, 181,301 Taylor, Ross 333 Taylor, Sherrod 1 13, 141. 154. Tennyson, Cassie 154 Terrel, Thomas 307 Terrell, Amber 358 Terrell, " fori 162 Tesoriero, Jessica 295 Tew, Lofton 313 Thames, Kimberly 141 Thebeau, Brook 582 Thebeau, Brooke 315 Thiel, Lacey 317 Thiel, Mart 552, 333 Thiessen, Chad 154,181,309 Thigpen, David 142, 184, 3.39, 402 Thomas, Ashton 320,321 Thomas, Brandie 166 Thomas. Brandon 351 Thomas, Bryant 35 1 Thomas. Caroline 314,315 Thomas, Carter 303 Thomas, Darrias 1 66 Thomas, Elise 319 Thomas, Harrison 339 Thomas, Hunter 154 Thomas, Jonlan 301 Thomas, Kevin 337 Thomas, Kristina 317 Thomas, Lindsay 301 Thomas, Mary 303 Thomas, Micah 319 Thomas, Samantha 321 Thomas, Webb 325 Thomason, Samuel 339 Thompson, Brett 336, 337 Thompson, Chase 325 Thompson, Clayton 299 Thompson, Hope 317 Thompson, Lane 85 Thompson, Lindsey 305 Thompson, Rod 339 Thompson, Scott J 82 Thompson, Steven 307 Thompson, Virginia 3 1 7 Thompson, Whitney 321 Thompson, William 299 Thompson, Zachary 156, 163 Thomson, Ann Lauren 315 Thornton, Brittany 305, 355 Thornton, Charlie 384 Thrash, Adam 328 Thrash, Cassie 1 62 Thrash, Emily 162 Thurlow, Kyle 156 Thurmond, Abby 303 Tice, Lee 335 Tichnell, Brian 271,272 Tidwell, Cory 360 Tidwell, Dusrin 327 Tidwell, Jon 325 Timbes, Carmen 165, 305 Tims, Sherry 166 Tindall, Will 334, 335 Tindell, Cassie 301 Tiner, Mckamy 5 1 9 Tisdale, Nicole 166,292,293 Tison, Kara 33 I Titus, Courtney 330, 331 Todd, Elizabeth 317 Todd, Jake 121,174,306,307 Tolbert, Candicc 166 Tolbert, Jennifer 317 Tolbert, Lauren 319 Toles, Tacarra 31 1 Tollison, Ansley 181,317 Tominello, Drew 339 Tomlinson, Molly 156 Tompkins, Christina 331 Tongate, Carru ' lle 321 Tongate, Libby 521 Toohey, Jaclyn 142,360 Torjusen. Jenna 317, 352 Torretri, Andrew 335 Totoro, Nikki 521 Totten, Danielle 166, 311 Towers, Kelly 303 Townsend, Brandon 335 Townscnd, Janelle 172 Tracy, Colin 54 1 Traeger, Rob 341 Trammel!, Chip 177, 181, 339 Trantham, Kemisha 3 1 1 Trapp, Alan 5 59 Trayal, LizAnn 305 Trcadway, Chase 307 Treen, Rachel 317 Trehern, Ko urtni 3 1 7 Trezevaut, Taylor 525 Triantis, Nia 295 Trice, Dejarnertc 166 Trotter, Bryant 325 Trotter, Daniel 3 53 Tubb, Shanna 187,315 Tubbs, Charlotte 179 Tubbs, Haley 301 Tucker,, Lauren 303 Tucker, Harry 5 1 3 Tucker, Michael 166 Tucker, Samantha 295 Tucker, Trey 55. " Tucker, Ty 341 Tucker, Will 32 " Tullar, Jessica 2 Tuohy, Collins 317,352 Tumage, Benton 3.37 Turner,, Carly 319 Turner, Antonio 351 Turner, Ashton 1 77,3 1 5 Turner, Brooke 366 Turner, Holly Denise 128 Turner, J.T. 334, 335 Turner, Jared 166 Turner, Mary Margaret 317 Turner, Ross 297 Tussey, Megan 124, 125, 29.5 Tuthill, David 173 Tutor, Tara 124, 125 Tveit, Erling 378 Tyagi, Sam 171, 584 Tyson, Kristen Lee 156 Udcmgba, Chinelo 156 Uline, Emily 319 (Jim, Ashley 321 Upshaw, Ryan 43, 1 15, 117, 12 142, 148, 154, 162, 165, 171, I 184,402,404 Upton, Orman 3 5 5 Ursic, Haley 290,317 Usher, Kcllee 188 Usilton, Kelly 319 Valentine, Patton 337 Valentine, Rush 313 Van, Fred 325 VanAssche, John 179 VanBuren, Paula Lorraine 180 Vance, Michelle 315 Vance, Miller 325 Vance, Ralph 180,337 VanderBoegh, Summer 317 Vanderburg, Benjamin J 56 VanDyke, Jessica Glen 1 80 Vanlandingham, Lauren 501 VanLanduyt, Ben J 77 Vain, David 333 Varnado, Jessica 156 Varner. Caroline 300,301 Varney, Jonathan 339 Vassar„ Jason 313 Vassar, Jason 180,312 Yasser, lomniv I Vaughan, Emily 162,301 Vaughn, Doug 35 I Vaughn, Garrett 339 Vaught, John Howard 346, 347, 401 Vause, Betsy 303 Vazquez, Eric 156,328 Veazey, Katie 301 Veazey, Kim 162, 514,315 Vega, Alex 177 Venetis, Marianthi 165,521 Verhine, David 179 Vcricella, Gina 351 Verkin, Amanda 382 Vescovo, Jill 301 Veteto, Amanda 156,172 Via, Genie Alice 171, 181, 184, 321,403 Viclc, lenilyn 30.3 Vick, Shannon 156 Megan 3° " Villar, Brooks 365 Vincent, Kelly 295 Viner, Heath 313 Vinson, Adam 128, 307 Vinson, Jacquline 186 Vinson, Kathryn 295 Vinson, Rosalyn 166 Vital, Francis 372 Vitell, Scott 93 Vizard, Sarah 3 1 " Vogel, Kyle 339 Volkcnburg, Greg Van 325 Vornbrock, Douglass 333 Vorta, Michael 297 Wagner, E.B. Wagner, Steven 1 54 Wahl, Brigid 154,319 Wahl, James 339 Wahl, Johnny 297 Waidner, Greg 325 Wakefield, Michael 142, 154,339, 365 Wal, Allison 305 Waldcn, Laura Beth 315 Waldron, Mary Esther 3 1 7 Waldrup, Alex 301 Walhood, Cassie 303 Walkenford, Jon 1 56 Walker, Ana Reed 301 Walker, Andrew 299 Walker, Bill 299 Walker, Brevard 325 Walker, Brian 341 Walker, Candice 292 Walker, Chris 174 Walker, Ciara 164 Walker, Courtney 293 Walker, Dan 325 Walker, Elan 164, 166, 185 Walker. Haley 315 Walker, Jade 315 Walker, foe 372 Walker, Josh 325 Walker, Laurie 303 Walker, Lewis 154 Walker, Marc 129, 142, 148, 154, 176 Walker, Marcell 166 Walker, Marianna 76 Walker, Sam 325 Walker, Taryana 156, 166 Walker, Teeia 166 Wallace, Amanda 317 Wallace, Burnell 351 Wallace, Justin 156,163 Waller, Ann Elize 301 Waller, Ashley 319 Waller, Edward 166 Waller, Emily 33 1 Waller, Joanna 156 Waller, Lori 3 31 Waller, Victoria 165, 177 Walley, Robert 156 Walls, Mandy 366 Walmsley, Semmes 291,299 Walsh, Laura 317 Walsh, Tim 182 Walter, Flattie 319 Walter, Morgan 162,317 Walters,, Patricia 317 Walters, Brandon 184 Walters, Jessica 315 Walters, Kearney 187 Walters, Megan ' 154, 318, 319 Walton, Lane 305 Walton, Luke 55 5 Wamp, Keeley 317 Wanlass, Ramona 162 Wansley, Mac 328 Wantland, Megan 180, 331 Ward, Ashlee 295 Ward, Brad 156,308,309 Ward, Darrell 156, 16 5 Ward, Doug 181,313 Ward, Graham 335 Ward, Julie 184,317,402,404 Ward, Kamisha 166 Ward, Kara 166, 186 Ward, Lauren 154 Wardlaw, Mallon 5 1 7 Ware, Jessica 1 66 Ware, Shayla 166 Ware, Sidney I.arken 128 Warfield, Marion 154,317 Waring, Howard 337 Warner, Andrea 295 Warner, Brittany 366 Warner, Joseph 1 85, 403, 40 " Warren, Amelia 351 Warren, Scott 339 Warriner, Laura 321 Washburn, David 313 Waska, Autumn 319 Wason, Chrissv 303 Wassell, Kellee 331 Waters, Sam 313 Warkins, Brian J 84 Watkins, Katie 305 Watkins, Kyle 557 Watkins, Mandy 320,321 Watkins, Willie ' 166 Watson, Anna 317 Watson, Chameka 1 88 Watson, Elane Farris 156 Watson, Grace 305 Watt, Charles 1 79 Watts, Amber 358 Watts, James 142, 176,286,2 ' 3.36, 357, 404, 405 Watts, Will 337 Waycaster, Amy 180,295 Waycaster, Clay 401 Waycaster, Jill 1 12. I 13, 124, 142, 154,171,181,504,505 Weatherall, Lacey 30.5 Weatherall, Lauren 315 Weave, Jaime 30.5 Weaver, Jamie 352,35.5 Weaver, Suzanne 319 Weaver, T.J. .325 Weavil, Cameron 339 Webb, Amanda 5 I 7 Webb, April 303 Webb, Burton 328 Webb, Caroline 317 Webb, Elizabeth 303 Webb, Patton 52.5 Webb, Tiffany 119,293 Weber. Allison 360 Webre, Jennifer 154 Weddington, Allsion 295 Weeks, Andrew 171,3.39 Weems, Katie 315 Weems, Patrick 337 Weil, Howard 76 Weiland, David 306, 507 Weir, Jack 298, 299 Weiss, Pete Weissinger, Charlie 325 Welch, Chase 162,298,299 Welch, Micah 174 Welch, Tifani 167 Weklon, Mary Allison 301 Weldon, Morgan 184 Weldy, Chris 540. 54 I Wells, Cal 20,21, 142, 338,339 Wells, Jason 333 Wells, Kamen 166 Wells, Renee 133, 142, 156, 164, 184 Weltner, Heather 3.31 Werner, Dan 351 Werner, Patrick Allen 156 Wesley, Curtis 3.35 Wcssler, Adrienne 1,54, 51 " Wessler, Gerry 339 Wesson, Betsy 503 West. Ben 339 West, Dana 315 West. David 307 West, Jessica 178 West, Lauren 154, 177,295 West, Mackenzie 317 West, Meghan 317 West, Rachel 295 West, Shannon 305 Westraul, Tyler 339 Wetzel, Peter 52 Wha ley, Lori 317 Wharton, Kaf 1 Whatley, Step heeler. Tiffany 166 helan, Jacob Ragsdale helan, Jenny Kate 154 hippie, Nicholas 142, 149, 180 Kite, Alexis J 72 hire, Atricia 166 hire. Branch 303 Carter 317 lie 181,297 333 itina 87,301 hite.D.D. 295 hire, Emilv 172 hire, Grace 143, 154, 170, 177, 7,321 bite, Hiram 351 hire, Jeffrey 299 ite, Jenni 305 hire, Jennie 181 hire, Jessie 315 hite, John 173 hire, Kathryn 154, 321 hire, Katy 303 hire, Kelly 301 hire, Lauren 303 hite, Lindsey 331 hire, Meredith 185,319 hite, Michael 356 ' hite, Naggie 303 hire, Randi 321 hite, Sarah Catherine 305 hite, Shad 162, 165,170, 177 hite, Thomas 328 hite, Tyler 331 hire, Whitney 331 hitehead, Kristen Lane 180 hites, Stribling 301 hiteside, Margie 305 hitley, Bryce 162, 305 hitley, Leanna Hope 180 ibbels, Erin 372 ' icker, Andrew 351 ' icker, Caroline 20, 117, 119, 13, 154, 169, 177, 180,305 icker, McDaniel 181,339 ' icker, Roger 80 ' icks, Robert Thomas 128,129 ' icdman, Blake 337 ' iegartner, Jay 313 ' ieloch, Jason 327 ' ier, Bowen 325 iggers, Morgan 181,312,313 ' iggins, Heather 317 ' iggs, Lillie Bell 128 ightman, Kristin 315 . ilbanks, Allyce 305 Wiliams, Lee Wilkerson, Dr Wilkerson, Lez 330,331 Wilkes, Brirtne Wilkes, Rachel Wilkins, Emily Wilkins, Randi Wilkinson, Cai Wilks, Amy 2 ' Wilks, lennifer Wilks, Kimberly 178 Willen, Bryce 328 Williams, Abbey 37 ' Williams, Abby 34, 331 Williams. Ashley 321 Williams, Baker 325 Williams, Ben 333 Williams, Bethany 321 Williams, Carlin 173, 18 ' Williams, Chase 325 Williams, David 179 Williams, Demarco 166 Williams, Dougles 313 Williams, Emily 331 Williams, Garner 325 Williams, Gretchen 331 Williams, Hunter 337 Williams, Kathleen 124, 125, 177, 301 Williams, Lindsay 98 Williams, Lizzie 162, 305 Williams, Luther 156 Williams, Lyndsey 143, 382 Williams, Mary Catherine 301 Williams, Oliver 143,325 Williams, Patrick 313 Williams, Rachel 113, 143 Williams, Stacey 166 Williams, Titus 142, 143, 166, 16 ' Williams, Travis 341 Williams, Tyler 173 Williams, Victoria Denise 129 Williams, Y ' Esha 166, 310, 311 Williams, Yvonne 164 Williamson, Ben 188 Williamson, JT 337 Williamson, Ledyard 335 Williamson, Lewis 335 Williamson, Margaret 162,301 Williamson, Mary 317 Williamson, Michael 152,166 Willmgham, Sally 303 Willis, ' Camille 301 Willis, Colby 317 Willis, Laura 317 Willis, Nancy Camille 401 Wilson, Laura B( Wilson, Logan 3 ilson, Marco . " -, Martha ' , Medley Wilt ., Katherine I 8U, ji 1 Windham, Heather 303 Windham, Jordan 334, 335 Wine, Ashley 295 Winfrey, Jamie 167 Wingate, Hayden 332, 333 Wingfield, John 341 Wingo, Aubrey 305 Winn, Ann Elise 30 1 Winn, Eustace 325 Winship, Dillon 297 Winters, Caroline 305 Winters, Lee 163 Winters, Leonard Aaron 1 5 Wise, Cole 325 Wise, Connor 339 Witherspoon, Conoloy 301, Witherspoon, Veronique 1 M Witt, Candace P.. 129 Wirt, Katy 317 Wix, Jemia 305, 372 Wiygul, Chris 333 Woernle, Keith 1 84 Wof ' ford, Damon 313 Wohrman, Tyler 325 Wokoma, Kao 372 Wommack, Emily 319 Wood, Andrew 313 Wood, Ashlev 331 Wood, Brittany 319 Wood, Katherine 3 1 9 ham, Kaleena 167 hern, Kalena LaSha vlichaelD. 85 Wrighr, Kelly 305 Wriiihr. Kevan 33 [ht, Lanier 124 K Leigh Anne lark 365 ley 325 , Sarah 321 Holly 303 ough, Hallic 318,319 Yarbrough, John 372 Yates, Ryan ' A. 180 Yaun, Sarah 305 Yeager, Alexis 331 Yerger, Elizabeth 162,305 Yoe, Abigail 305 Adam 337 York, Mary 319, 352 Yosrc, Megan 305 Young, Anrhony 290 Young, Blake 328 Young, Carson 335 Young, Elise 305 4, Elizabeth Ann 301 ■.Jenny 303 — ra 295 ren 321 ?J staff of The Ole Miss 2006 would like to thank the . support in the process of completing this publica Without your help and support, there would be no ( Traci Mitchell, Darcy Davis, Dr. Ralph Braseth, Peter Geary, Melanie Wadkins, Chancellor Robert Khayat, Dr. Thomas Wallace, Dr. Larry Ridgeway, Ms. Sandra Crowe, Dr. Sparky Reardon, Dr. Samir Husni the Department of Journalism, Jennifer Taylor the Student Programming Board, Robert Jordan Imaging Services, Langston Rogers Athletics Media Relations, Warner Alford the Alumni Association and last but not least, Ben Allen, Karen Loden and Milani Arguelles. 1 tA.Q me moii fct Demetria LaKenta Bracey Senior French Major Jackson, Miss. Brett Thomas Broome Freshman International Studies Major Biloxi, Miss. Rose Kim Bui Graduated International Studies Major Biloxi, Miss. Lillian Graham Carson Freshman Journalism Major Clarksdale, Miss. Miranda Christina Haynes Senior Family Consumer Science Major Clarksdale, Miss. Brittany Marie Jordan Freshman Art Education Major Ocean Springs, Miss. Carley Taryn Jordan Sophomore Biomedical Science Major Ocean Springs, Miss. Nicholas Lamar Linton Sophomore Real Estate Major Memphis, Tenn. Candice Maria Newman Sophomore Liberal Arts Major Biloxi, Miss. Leslie Ross Pitcock Sophomore Family Consumer Science Major Batesville, Miss. John Howard Vaught UM Head Football Coach 1947-70 1973 Oxford, Miss. Claude " Clay " Mitchell Waycaster Freshman Banking Finance Major Tupelo, Miss. Nancy Camille Willis Freshman Business Major Batesville, Miss. 1 " 7LOLWU2006 r ELIZABETH CHAPMAN OKAOiaiArL.tyG ocxtlori Where do I begin? Maybe on Jeremy Robert ' s balcony discussing yearbook spread ideas or early mornings at the Huddle House... Amy Patrick and Jeremy Roberts, y ' all have been the best friends that a girl could ever ask for - truly one of a kind. We have seen the sun rise and the sun set on the final few days of school here in our perfect untouched movie back lot. Wall have to take one final trip somewhere together - late night run to Graceland too or Sunday afternoon run to B ' haven and T-town. We have been through a lot this year - even after the cat fights and ugly cry fest - y ' all have stayed by my side. Thank you to Catherine Robinson for coming in at the last minute to save me from going insane. Erin Rasberry and Christin Butler, y ' all are the best Jones Junior College people I know. What can I say about the ultimate Mr. Ryan Upshaw? I don ' t see how you get any sleep with everything that you do in life. You are a very special person!!! Barrett Beard, my little bro, your smile makes my day brighter. Thanks for letting me vent every once in awhile. Traci Mitchell, Ralph Braseth and Darcy Davis - thanks for everything that you all do for us. So I am off to the real world... Thanks to everyone that contributed to this yearbook. HEATHER BURCHFIELD Before I thank anyone, I have to thank my assistant, Julie Ward. J I J I I . ■ 1 ■ -I I IT 1 did what I asked you to do with no questions asked. Thank you so much. You are the best assistant ever! I also want to thank all my writers: Anna Beth Stephens, Mallory Neely, Julie Ward, Kim Breaux, Anne Mullen, Emily Berry, Kara Long and finally, David Thigpen. David Thigpen, thank you so much. You wrote preciate that. I owe _. • Y ' all were always there ready to take pictures for me even when it was inconvenient. Darrell Blakely, thank you for all the photo editing and helping me with the King Beetle spread. It looks great! Thank you Trey Kitchens for taking pictures for me at the last minute. Jeremy Roberts, thank you for helping me with any last-minute details and keeping this staff together. Great job! I want to thank the Chancellor Khayat and Dr. Staton for giving their time for interviews and photo shoots. Chancellor Khayat - I have always said you were a cute old man! I enjoyed interviewing you, and I hope you like your letter and your Q A session. Thank you to all the Deans from all the schools and colleges for sending me your quotes and pictures. Last but not least, thank you to all the students and teachers for your interviews and pictures. Your support and cooperation made my section possible. I really appreciate it. AMY PATRICK I V V Iowclquacv ocxttoft. This has been one of the most memorable years in my yearbook histor 3 that started four years ago. I have made so many friends throughout ou little yearbook family. I want to start out thanking Traci Mitchell and Darcy Davis for all of th hard work they do in helping every one of us stay somewhat sane. Ralph thanks for keeping SMC so entertained. Christin Butler, you are the little ray of sunshine that walks through th door everyday with a smile on your face! Erin Rasberry, we all just lov you! Samantha Porter and Barrett Beard, you are like my little sister an | brother. Thank all of you for your love of yearbook because it just warm my heart to know that I am not the only nerd in this yearbook world. Beth. ..Beth. ..Beth (Elizabeth Chapman) what will I do without you You have been my angel all year, keeping up and putting up with me. I ' n going to miss you tons! At last, Jeremy Roberts - you have been one of the best friends I coul( ever know. I expect to share many more memories with you. Thanks t each and every person who contributed and worked on this amazing book Good luck to all of you in the future. DENAYA BUTLER CJ at aftovio OcxMoft. There is so much that I would like to say, but I will be brief as to no j sound too sappy. Jeremy Roberts, thanks for giving me the opportunity t become acquaintance with such wonderful people. I know I have been ; royal pain in your behind this year, but you love me anyway and I appreciate a that. Amy Patrick and Elizabeth Chapman, thanks for always being s p willing to explain things to me when I didn ' t have a clue where to begin ■ I would not have made it through this process if it hadn ' t been for m; ■ wonderful Editorial Assistant, Mr. Barrett Beard. Thanks for stepping u| and taking the reigns when I was too busy. This year has been a wonderfu fc experience and I couldn ' t have asked for a better staff. « ERIN RASBERRY eoJle, ooCUoh- This year has been a huge adjustment for me coming from Jones Junio College. Making the transition from calling all the shots on staff to sectioi editor has been a breather for me, a chance to slow down that I greatl] appreciate. There are a few people I need to thank for their hours of hare work and dedication to this year ' s book. First of all, Jeremy Roberts, thanl you for giving me this opportunity and most of all for your patience witl me. You know how " creative types " can be. Amy Patrick, thank you fo always praising my design work - it kept me motivated when I didn ' t feei like working. I hope next year I can live up to all the accolades! Most oj all, I need to thank Melissa King. I hate to call you my " assistant " because it doesn ' t fit what you did for the section. You have been my co-editoi and the biggest help in the world. Thank you so much. I will see you all next fall! i YAN UPSHAW LAattucttov o ocoloh- The Distinctions Section is a special part of The Ole Miss because it displays the University of Mississippi best and brightest sutdents. It was an honor to serve as editor of this section my senior year. Now that everything is sent off to Taylor, it is going to take some adjustment to get back to the world outside of Bishop Hall and the SMC. As Distinctions Section Editor for The Ole Miss 2006, I would like to first and foremost thank Jeremy Roberts, our Editor-in-Chief. This is my third year to work on The Ole Miss staff, and I have seen nothing but progression in the commitment and dedication to the production of a fresh and unique annual. Through the late nights and the frustration of taking pictures and laying out pages, the book looks awesome! That is the ultimate goal, making a quality book that will be enjoyed by countless people for years to come. Next, I would like to thank Brock Herrington, my section assistant. I know that I could always count on Brock for anything from calling 138 people about Who ' s Who pictures to indexing our section. Thanks for all your hard work!! Those computers can be tricky, can ' t they?? Special thanks to Erin Rasberry who helped me out of a couple of major design jams! Lastly, I would like to thank UM Imaging Services, the Dean of Students office, the Provost ' s office and all of the students featured in the Distinctions Section including Who ' s Who, Hall of Fame, Homecoming honorees, Senior Class officers and all the rest. Most of you were pleasant to work with and made my job a LOT easier. SAMATHA PORTER My first year on staff has come and passed, and it has been a year full of unforgettable memories. For those memories I would like to thank the staff. All of you made those late nights interesting. Amy Patrick, Barrett Beard and Trey Kitchens (Super Trey) y ' all sure made the NOLA trip. My section would not be complete without all the help and contributions from all of the sororities and fraternities. I would also like to thank Mangiantic Photography for contributing all of the sorority ter photos a ou to Bonnie Leach and ijenie Alice via tor writing my stori Kitchens and Joseph Warner thank you so much for taking all my last-minute pictures. Tiffany Bouldin, I really owe you a big thank you for helping for being such a great assistant. Erin Rasberry, Amy Patrick, Christin Butler and Elizabeth Chapman - thank you for all of your encouragement and reassurance. I also must thank the Foose family for enduring all my calls and questions. I owe my biggest thank you to Jeremy Roberts for giving me this position. Thank you for all your help this year and for putting up with me. I hope that everyone will enjoy my section as much as I have putting it together. CHRISTIN BUTLER I would like to say a BIG thank you to Athletics Media Relations. You guys have gotten everything that I have ever needed or asked for from media guides and pictures to balls and uniforms. I would especially like to thank Joey Jones, Chris Purser : Daniel Snowden for getting those things for me at the spur of the moment. There is no way that I could have gotten my pages done without you guys. I would also like to thank my assistant, Virginia Mclntyre for cutting and sorting through pictures for our pages, for having special connections, and for always finding a way to calm me down. You have been such a pleasure to work with and you are absolutely wonderful. Suzanne Payette, you are not only my best friend, but you are also my lifesaver. I wouldn ' t have asked for a better photographer, writer, personal assistant 2. You put in just about as many hours as I did. Thank you so much for all of your hard work. Amy Patrick 8c Elizabeth Chapman, thanks for always making me laugh when all I really wanted to do was scream. Last but not least, Jeremy Roberts thank you for always knowing the exact people to call, helping me find the exact places to find information, and for the opportunity to be on the staff. Out of all the staffs that I have ever worked on, this one by far has been the most unforgettable. I couldn ' t have done my job if all of you hadn ' t done yours. Thanks once again I hope the Ole Miss family enjoys this yearbook. Staff Than Is this time really here? Six years ago as a junior in high school (Terry High School), I knew I wanted to have this experience, but the time is really here - not gone, but complete - NO DAY BUT TODAY! The staff set out to show the true language of Ole Miss, " Our Language, " and we have. This would not have been possible without the help of many university officials and the overall student body. Elizabeth Chapman and Catherine Robinson have completely changed the way we look at Student Life. Academics has been given a face-lift and has been given a new meaning thanks to Heather Burchfield and Julie Ward. Ryan Upshaw and Brock Herrington have done an excellent job with Distinctions. Organizations has grown under Denaya Butler and Barrett Beard. Language and life have been brought to the pages of the People section - thank you Erin Rasberry and Melissa King. Although this was truly one of the hardest sections to complete, Samantha Porter and Tiffany Bouldin have added more to the Greeks section than has ever been done before. Christin Butler and Virginia Mclntyre, wow - the Athletics section is one of the best it has ever been, and was Athletics Editor for the 2004 book. The photographers also pushed the boundaries this year and have done things and shown us different angles and views we never thought could happen - thank you. Trey Kitchens, better known as " Super Trey, " what would we have done without you? Matt Sharpe, Joseph Warner, Suzanne Payette, J.D. Johnson, Lillie Flenorl and Darrell Blakely - thank you all for your beautiful pictures that truly froze time to bring memories for us in years to come. Crystel Cannon and Sali Shamaly did an excellent job copy editing this project for us. Thank y ' all for getting pages back nearly the next day for me and for all your hard work - 1 know it was hard reading and correcting on black pages. All of the writers did an excellent job. They added more to the concept of " Our Language " that could not have been possible without their words, and I truly thank them. Y ' all have really made this book what it is, should be and will always be - full of memories. This truly was a team effort and could nor have been truthfully completed without the help of my co-captian, Amy Patrick. We have been through a lot since the 8th grade - all the good and all the bad. You have stood beside me through thick and thin - I am truly not the person I am without you. How do I really say thank you? You are truly amazing and the best friend anyone could ever ask for - THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. Yes, I do have one, you know it. Traci Mitchell and Darcy Davis are truly the powerhouse behind this megamachine of memories. Thank both of you for allowing me to grab the bull by the horns and run. Y ' all were there for me emotionally, mentally and physically when I thought I could not go on with this anymore. Y ' all are truly the glue holding this together. Ben Allen, Karen Loden and Milani Arguelles - what else can I say but thank each of you a thousand times over. Without y ' all backing us at Taylor or answering the many many questions the staff had, working through the problems and working with deadlines - this book would not be here today. Everything is okay now, and we have a finished product! Also, Ralph Braseth, Peter Cleary and Melanie Wadkins were truly great forces behind our team. Thank you for being our cheering section and helping us move on. The staff and 1 are truly appreciative - thank you! Renate Ferriera, I definitely have to say thank you. You have helped me so much this year and I truly do appreciate all of your hard work. We may fight, but we have produced some awesome ideas and designs. The book is better because of you. Academically, I have to thank Dr. Benjamin Fisher and Allison Worley. Wednesdays will truly never be the same. If not for Dr. Fisher, I would not be the " eloquent English professional " I am today. And without you Allison, I do not think 1 could have made it. Thank both of y ' all. To my professors and instructors over the years, thank you for being so understanding in my yearbook endeavors - sorry for missing class. James Watts - Thank you for always responding to the many e-mails and text messages. The quotes you gave me for stories were awesome, the pictures were great and the extra $200 for the Greek Council spread was greatly appreciated by me and my Greeks Editor. All of your hard work and contacts have truly paid off. My housing family - what else can I say but thank you all for everything you have taught me. I am coming back for another summer, so get ready. Cole Eaton and Corey Palmer, the two of you have been the best skybox bosses anyone could have ever asked for. Thank you for understanding and basically letting me talk when I needed to. Corey, Cole will grow up eventually, just wait. Thank you to everyone in the Vice J Chancellor ' s office - Dr. Thomas Wallace, Dr. Larry Ridgeway and Mrs. Sandra Crowe, the Student Programming Board and Jennifer Taylor, the Greek system, the organizations that purchased space to be in this book, the SMC Managers - Alicia Bowles, Sheena Barnett, Bailey Melton, Brandon Ross and Amanda Pannell, and to everyone else that made this book what it is. 1 know next year ' s staff will do great, 1 have full faith in them. Y ' all will have fun and be extremely stressed - just like this year - but, trust me, it is all worth it in the long run. Last but not least, to my parents, Tommy and LeeAnn, thank you for giving me this great opportunity in life. I still have no idea what I want to do with the rest of my life - will I ever? Thank y ' all so much! To my little sister - Jennifer, thank you. To the rest of my family, I am almost all-grown up now! WOW! I really do not know what else to say. To all the people I have met during the years and to this truly " great American public university " - thank you for opening the doors and letting this boy from Terry, Miss., fulfill his dream! THANK YOU! 404 Editor ' s Note II II There ' s only us. There ' s only this. Forget regret or life is yours to miss. No other road, no other way - NO DAY BUT TODAY. - Rent, the motion picture I ■ before .1 spot in the :ands to cheer on their Rebels. Dressing up for the games has been a tradition for many generations and continues throughout every season. A sea of red pompoms wave to the Pride of the Souths rendition of Dixie at the beginning of every home football game. HC m s H A i i i . ' V A V ■■«•- 5j . jL V r«t — lik » i 41 V - " ' ' -- 1 V v Ma ft I s of the Men ' s Basketball team are known as members of the Rod Squad, for Rod Barnes, head coach since 1998. These are the loudest fans, showing up for every game and supporting members of the team while wearing the red and white T-shirts that show they are truly members of the unique squad - a different set of cheerleaders at the game to keep the guys working on the win. I ' d w ■ h fc s. own to the stands when cheering for the Rebs. Even for football games, our fans, woumq ojaA JUL, dress to impress because of traditions passed down from aoAAQhjriilovito aei ierudtovv. They know a 2i e xx u v aaG c La LotA . iiicyKiiuw the true Reoel competitive spirit as they cheer on their favontfe cdWtefeo walking throughlti Qhove, roughing it up ovt % ajwobiovi or spending quality time with Qouck can be one of the most •eitcet vceo a student faces (2 ouJl Whether living on campus or Oil, wU(VVOtoG OtlV jp ' fa college living proves to have times of jovi gmA ofoc oo that students at Ole Miss are faced with on a daily basis. Living in a ru2A job2 AC UjqjuL) afv 2K UouoG or one of the many apawwcviT cawdljexjQo Or cJ Lzao, etaWbortUaadb gives one the opportunity to makovz fiow. Living in a residence hall has its uj, and downs: sharing a bathroom wi at least 40 other people, living in tr same room with someone you ma not know, long walks to class and crazy neighbors who keep you up i night and prevent you from studyii Sean Looney and Michael Zuvic, be from Brandon, are living in Stockai Hall this year, their freshman year y - adjusting to college life. 408 Closing ix seniors living togetner in one house, six different majors, six unique social scenes and one small kitchen for all to cook in. Blythe Bravo, Ashley Brod, Adrienne Bruno, Brittani Davidson, Kirby Gribble and Chandler Smith are all competitive, especially when the Nintendo is brought into play. tudents from different majors and rganizations joined forces in Long -each as they helped rebuild the Quarles Elementary School that was damaged by cane Katrina. Around 100 students came together to assemble classroom furniture and move in supplies so that the school would be able to move into several prefabricated buildings and allow the elementary students continue Jeremy Roberts 2X2JU0t Vt v x vvu vuajuu4v| OGftx tCG and v _ are two words that are a part of the umouoaG o gvghvj Ole Miss student. Various organizations are devoted solely to the iGm wo? o oenvLCG,. At any given time, a project is occurring on cowpuo or in owr covvvmuvuiv] in which students are fJL LwvJLeJL Ole Miss is always x wauAai x UdcpuAo Uojuux in one form or anotner. Closing 41 1 Dr. Nirmal Pugh, Dr. Premalatha Balachandran and Dr. Guoyi Ma ol the Thad Cochran National Cente: for Natural Products Research work on information pertaining tc Molecular Biology. gjix lcg an for all campuses topped $100 mJoLauv during the past four years. There are over 20 research centers to which the university is going a great distance to cILzvciiop and qAkomjc 1tvc auxJfcfc of Wfoy. The goal of research at Ole Miss is to 4 : L K-A ( Scott DeLozier, Jesse Harris and Dr. Greg .asson examine metamorphic rocks in Rocky Mountain National Park while attending a meeting of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing in Denver, Colo. DeLozier and Harris are graduate students in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, where Dr. Easson is an associate director of the Enterprise for Innovative Geospatial Solutions. Neilson ' s Department store, ated on the Square, is the oldest store in the South and the sixteenth oldest in the nation. Originally, Neilson ' s was the first business in Oxford, established in 1839 two years after the city was chartered. Another store on the Square with the same respect as Neilson ' s is Square Books located on the opposite corner - both traditions in the South and in Oxford. ' " ••ttttt» The ctfc Jf OJfcxiA is home to The University of Mississippi. Oxford has a UIa1onu pheoGwce dating back to (839 when the first business, x aowenjoSL alone, opened on what is now known as 1ke oc|uci e. tAoniiv, and Jackson is only 1wo Uowio oouitv - a quick drive down HlJawovj 55. Oxford and Ole Miss will always be Lowe Jf iKe IQg gIL With a CCUAOUCtQG oylUetft own. C ou pUow History 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 student contest to determine the name of the yearbook. Gradually, the name became the affectionate nickname for the university. General The 110th volume of The Ole Miss was printed at Taylor Publishing; 1550 W. Mockingbird Lane; Dallas, Texas 75235. The staff of 25 student decided on the theme " Our Language " to represent The University of Mississippi during this time. The Ole Miss finds home in the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center where the one managing editor, seven section editors, seven editorial assistants, along with a staff of photographers, c opy editors and a support staff were led by Editor Jeremy Roberts. Ben Allen served as the Publishing Representative and Milani Arguelles served as the Account Executive. The editorial content does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the university. The cost of The Ole Miss is included in the tuition of every full-time student and page selling to student and Greek.organizations with distribution in the spring. Cover Endsheets The cover was designed by Amy Patrick, Erin Rasberry and Jeremy Roberts of The Ole Miss staff. The cover material consists of .160-point binder ' s board with Red Matte and a UV Clear Varnish Silk-screen over the design with the wording of " The Ole Miss " debossed. The font on the cover is Adobe Garamond. The endsheets consist of Genesis Fossil in a four-color process applied to the front and back. The font families used on the endsheets are Cocktail Script and Sabon. Design Type Specs The staff of The Ole Miss 2006 used a mixture of sans serif and serif font styles. The book was designed with five font families - Adobe Garamond, Cocktail Script, Franklin, PMN Caecilla and Sabon. The headers are a mixture of Franklin Demi and Cocktail Script at varying sizes. The subhead is PMN Caecillia at 55 Roman with 15-point. The by-line is a mixture of Adobe Garamond Small Caps and Oldstyle Figures with the use of bold at 12-point. The body copy throughout this volume is Sabon Roman at 9.5-point. All captions are PMN Caecilla 45 Light 8-point. Photography by-lines are Adobe Garamond Semibold 7-point. The pull quotes are PMN Caecilla 45 Light 1 8-point. The book was printed on 100 dull enamel paper. Photography Pictures in the People section of this year ' s book were taken by Imaging Services at the University of Mississippi. All other photographs were taken by our staff photographers or contributed to the book. Those listed as contributed were taken by either UM Athletic Media Relations or the individuals pictured. The majority of the pictures were taken with a Nikon Dl, Nikon D1H, Nikon D1X or a Nikon D70. Equipment This 416-page book was produced mainly by three Dual 2 GHz PowerPC G5 and three IMac 1.25 GHz PowerPC G4 Macintosh computers using Abode Creative Suite Version 3.0.1 and was submitted via the Internet. The press run was 6,500 copies. Taylor Publishing printed the Spectra all-color book using the Super Perfector Press. 7L CL WU 2006 - —


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