University of Texas School of Law - Peregrinus Yearbook (Austin, TX)

 - Class of 1999

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Sunflower Ceremony Fall Graduates Doctorof Jurisprudence Rita Christine Aguilar Cindy Carol Arwine Chanteau Michelle Ayers Charles Allen Bargfrede Derek Clinton Brasher Tiffany Kristin Tomblin Carnes Lei Chen Stefani Elise Chozick Andrew Weikeen Chu Leslie Beth Curson Matthew Shawn Devlin Kristina Fernandez Joseph Patrick Flynn Stuart Kennedy Ford Dan Wade Foster Elizabeth Anne Gorman Scott Benjamin Hall David Robert Hayes Jennifer Utter Heston Shannon Ryan Holub Tanisa L. Jeffers David Bentley Jones, Jr. Paul Waggoner Jones, Jr. Jennifer Anne Josefson Whitney Brown Kane H Lynn Keith Thomas Nelson Kelly Michael Gabriel Khoury Julia Ann Krute Denise Jane Lastnick Colette Marie Laycock Gina Louise Light Robert Shane McFarland Michael Dane McKaughan, Jr. Andres Silverio Medrano William R. Merrill Kelly Suzanne Modica Stephen Wade Nebgen Ronald Thong Nguyen David Russell Olson Theresa Annete Ortiz Cristiano John Moreno Parras Brenda Eileen Perez Rebecca Nash Petty Donald Kellum Redmond Deron Scott Rein Tracy Alexandra Rostik James Watts Rudnicki Tracye Nicole Shaw Aries Solis Emily J. Stevens Priscilla M. Streightoff Barbara Tatum Marcia Theodora Taylor Samantha Briggs Thayer Alan Dean Tysinger Guyy Leland Watts Lee Barrett Westmoreland Master of Laws Wyndylyn M. Von Zharen Fall Graduates Doctor of Jurisprudence Rebeca Aizpuru Juan Manuel Alcala Julie Ann Alexander Mathew David Anderson Ruth Elizabeth Anderson Kari Lavelle Arnell Robert Harald Arzonetti Thomas Rafa Asturias Eric Kendel Atkerson Julie Michele Balovich Angela Tereza Banks Edward Leonard Banz, Jr. Karen Leslie Barrett Edward Richard Batten Adrienne Lynn Baugh Mindy Michelle Baur Andrea Courtney Baxter Keith Christopher Bayko Brian Augustus Beckcom Brandon Eugene Bennett 4 - Fall Sunflower Ceremony Bradley Jason Benoit Vivian Violeta Benrey Weston McQueen Binford, Jr. John Scott Black Brandon Alexander Blake Clint Gray Bledsoe Jennifer Lynn Boisture Allison Lynn Bowers Courtney Alyssa Bowie Nicholas Aidan Brady Zachary Stone Brady Edward Lorence Bravenec John Joseph Britt Jennifer Karlan Britton Lisa Elaine Brown Sean Ryan Buckley Ann Katherine Greenwood Burns Misty Perry Burns Fraser Duncan Campbell Brandon Cash Carlton Leslie Ann Carrasco

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=REGRIMJ S deallip kens its, ice and lek -lenceofttiePraetor u i«8 from one PraetorPeregrinus. The boneheads of the tally thought An Pere ? r » was an inte r the body for they ally greeted each " HOW is y w Peregnuus today 1 " Thi tact «ms to have developed tbe humorous side of the inci- dent, and Russell Savage developed a conaete expres- » of it on the blackboard and tfaos the tradition began. tew better thai he i the nondescript ymbolizes both ia finb and attitude the maxims : that snide the admmistration of the system. For instance, on one of the tat feel as originally drawn was an Irish ditcher ' s boot - indicating the law ' s protec- tion of the least of mankind. On the other front foot were naked claws, indicating the of mankind must fear its power. The back in the attitude of , cited the law was e%er ready to protect right or wrong. The sharp heated the power penetrate the mysteries of the law which the true si ■:jin by study. The ail indicated that , of the la ' and SUNFLOWER CEREMONY: HOW IT CAME TO BE I For 15 or 20 years after The U niversity was estab- lished in 1883, none of the graduates wore caps and gowns for graduation cere- monies. At the turn of the century, a salesperson offered to rent seniors caps and gowns. At that time, the School of Law was in the basement of the Main Building. No one thought to send a message downstairs and invite even a few law seniors to the meeting. A committee of faculty and seniors met and decided that the class would look very good in caps and gowns. An order went out that all seniors were to wear caps and gowns for the com- mencement. The law students then met, and, because they had not been invited to the original meeting and had not been consulted on the advisability of this step, they refused to wear caps and gowns. Perhaps foreshadowing later events, they then formulated the reason to uphold their decision. This was, that caps and gowns at such a time were traditional to, and rep- resentative of. the academic school and not the profes- sional school. Granted even that judges had worn the wig and gown for centuries, it was worn for a purpose entirely distinct from the pur- pose here proposed. The faculty met with the President, and a decision was reached that the law students must conform to the wishes of the senior class or they must wear a significant insignia at the exercises. It was not in a spirit of concili- ation or in appreciation of the dignity of the occasion that the sunflower was cho- sen as the " distinctive insignia. " It was agreed, however, that the senior law students would wear white suits. Once more reasons were advanced to justify the choice of the flower. The sunflower, genus Helianthus, belongs to a family of world- wide distribution. So, also do lawyers. As the sunflower always keeps it face turned to the sun, the lawyer turns to the light of justice. The Sunflower Ceremony used to be held once during the year, on Commencement Day. As the School of Law student population grew, it was decided to have two exercises during the year. one in November for the December graduates and another one in May for the May and August graduates. Originally, a sunflower was pinned on each senior by his or her best friend. This custom changed, however, and now an Associate Dean or Assistant Dean of the School of Law assumes this responsibility. Story of the Sunflower - 3



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Joanne Leah Castella Gerald Edward Castillo Heather Dawn McClellan Castillo Jennifer Lin Cavner Margaret Eugenia Cervin Ariane Alexandra Chan Ashley Brooke Chase Timothy Patrick Chastain Jason Charles Ciarochi Elliot Clark Millicent Marie Clark Tanya Maria Clay Mikeal Montgomery Clayton Margarita Trevino Coale Angela Dawn Cole Gabriel Ciprian Coltea Michael Parsons Cooley Andrew Brian Cooper David Russell Cooper Glenn Francis Cormier Yolanda Cornejo Douglas Grant Cornwell Gregg Jeffrey Costa Christopher Anthony Cotropia Ernest William Cromartie Lowry Alexander Crook Don Wayne Cruse, Jr. Laura Alexandra Cruz Leslie Irene Cummings Kenneth Duncan Currie Christopher Edward Cykowski Hiew Tran Dang Tinush Daniel Ha Kim Dao Kurt Gregory Daum Darrell Dexter Davila Erin Anne Davis Barbara Day Dimple H. Desai Michael C. Diksa Alyssa Anne DiRusso William Joseph Dodge Gregory Stephen Donahue Kathryn Ann Donnelly Richard Stafford Donoghue, Jr. Jeremy Leon Doyle Beth Ann Dranguet Lea-Marise Drechsel Suzanne Renee Dupree Javier T. Duran Christopher Clark Duvall Allison Victoria Eaves Richard Raymond Eckman Raymond Sean Elliott James Alvis Ellis III Paige Anne Ellis Kenneth Thomas Emanuelson Jeffrey Cahn Engerman Brian K. Erickson Julie Ann Ermis Stephen Patrick Fahey Brian Philip Falbo Damien Edward Falgoust Ari Joshua Feinstein Cristen David Feldman Evan Edward Fitzmaurice Alexandra Fairbanks Foster Richard A. Franklin Scott Alan Fredricks Scott Robert Frieling Robert Rene Galvin Yarning Gao Margaret Ann Garana Matias Eduardo Garcia Joanna Paola Gariazzo Bruce P. Garrison Jeremy J. Gaston Ashley Brooke Geller Katherine Jane Gibson Stephanie Ellen Giola Mark Anthony Giugliano Nicole Michele Glanville Frank Rey Gonzales Robin Dee Gooch Andrew Thompson Gorham Tracy Lee Gostyla Stephen Nathaniel Gracey Ralph Abner Graham Tracy Saffren Greenberg Ryan Douglas V. Greene John Fiaxman Greenman Amiel Gross Mathew Weber Grynwald Michael Anthony Guevara Lars Walteralvin Hagen Samantha Elaine Hale Eric Brinn Hall Robert Tremaine Hall Mita Viswanathan Hariharan Stacie Lynn Henderson Robert Kyle Hensley Laurie Michelle Higginbotham Nzinga Hill Sonya Felicia Hill Robert Collins Hilton Laurie Tamar Hines David Miguel Hinkson Jeffrey Jackson Hobbs Nicole Lynn Hoffpauir Stephanie Nicole Hooper Justin Andrew Hoover Ann Marie Horat Edwin Jong-Chai Hu Ellen Beth Huchital Sarah Allison Hughes Melissa Kathryn Huling Blaine Hummel Patrick James Hurley Michael Ames Hutton David Keith Isaak Dana LeDoux Jacobs Kevin Thomas Jacobs Carrie Tamar Jacobsohn Laurie Callaway Jardine Eric Samuel Jarvis John Franklin Jeffers Michael David Jewesson -continued on page 6 Spring Sunflower Ceremony - 5

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