Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

 - Class of 1987

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.il WSE Beach Boys Bring Endless Summer IO oooooooooooooovosooooooooooooooooooo I Halloween, a time for ghosts and goblins to air out their dirty linens, brought ghoulish fun to the P,E. Complex as Americas oldest teenagers, The Beach Boys, celebrated their 95th anni- versary at Valdosta State. The Griginal Shrink-To-Fit 501 Blues. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOO0090000 Ia I For more than 195 years America's favorite jeans, the ones that shrink-to-fit, have riveted pockets, and a button-fly, are still the best. They are, of course, Levi's 501s. Stanette Way Crowned Miss Valdosta State 00006000OOOO9000000009000OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Ia With all the pomp and circumstance of any beauty pageant, Stanette Way was crowned the new Miss Valdosta State College during the 36th annual Miss VSC pageant, sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Student Life Sports ............... Grganizations ..... Administration .... People ............ Closing 8- 63 64- 97 98-153 154-177 178-203 Q04-Q15 Openin 1 Made In The Q S 0 A O ln one stunning image recognized around the world, the Statue of Liberty says "America" Conceived by Frenchman Edouard Rene Lefeure de Laboulaye as a monument to American independence, the Lady has become a symbol of freedom and pride that citizens have taken into their hearts. French sculptor, Frederick-August Bartholdi spent 15 years turning Laboulaye's idea into reality. ln 1886, after teasing Americans with glimpses of her arm and torch, Bartholdi unveiled the Statue of Liberty. One-hundred years later, after having a 31-million dollar face-lift, the Lady was unveiled once more. ln a time when Am- erica's pride was at it's highest, the celebration of Liberty's birth- day and relighting of her torch provided the final great gasp for a nation whose stature was being challenged elsewhere. Ameri- cans had become targets for terrorists abroad. The destruction of the Challenger space shuttle and fiery deaths of her 7 crew- members had grounded America's venture into space. Blue-col- lar workers watched helplessly as their livelihoods disappeared, and they faced changes that would leave them asking, "Where do l fit in?" In 1984, rock megastar Bruce Springsteen became the blue- collar troubadour with the release of his album Born In The U.S.A. His carefully written songs have been compared to letters from home, as he articulates the hopes and fears of an entire gen- eration and class of people. ln the case of the title cut Born In The U.S.A., Springsteen creates an anthem about a guy who gets drafted, sent to Vietnam, then to prison and various other raw deals, but still he remains a "cool rockin' Daddy in the U.S.A." In response to the blue-collar workers' question of "Where do l fit in?" Frank Beaver, professor of communications at the University of Michigan, states "We are moving into an uncertain zone, we just aren't quite sure where we are now. The patriotic symbols and the upbeat movies, they help us cope with the un- certainty." Q,fOpening A Sylvester Stallone, in his Rocky movie series gives us a hero in Rocky Balboa. In a time when we need heros, Rocky lets us know that despite seemingly insurmountable odds, there is still hope for victory. lt is possible for the underdog to come out on top. For over Q00 years the underdog has been winning in this country. As our American Constitution celeb- rates its bicentennial anniversary this year we are reminded how a small group of underdogs rose up against an oppressive English rule to become one of the mightiest nations in the world. So, with all of this in mind there is still the question of "Where do I fit in?" Ask yourself this question and then take a look at the people around you. What do you see? You see individuals from all walks of life. Some are rich, some are poor, but most live somewhere inbetween. In our American "melting pot" it is customary to shake hands when we meet people. Remember that the next time you meet someone for the first time. Remember, and be proud to be a "cool rockin' Daddy in the U.S.A." F iff i 5, ., wi .Q - 4 -'Hi lw-It mi 1 -- , fggwns ' sq 0' . 24 -1 I ' '-. ft? 'cu..ntf is V 6 " ' ' - ' i- A W7-Q1 Opemngf3 IiI.IlI5 LELL' ' gfcrwic .!4Hl0I"l.C6lll6l Of the many types of leans sold on todays market, only one deserves to be called a classic. These leans are the oldest and the best selling They are the kind that shrink-to-fit, have a button fly and riveted pockets. They are, of course Levi's 501 Blues. The Levis legend begins in 1880, when a Bavarian immigrant named Levi Strauss created the world's first pair ofjeans'-almost by accident. lf things had gone as planned, Levi's would be tents and not leans. Like thousands of people during his time, Levi Strauss made his way west to the California coast. But, unlike most of these settlers, Levi intended to make his fortune, not by panning for gold, but by selling dry goods to the miners. Upon his arrival to the gold country Strauss was greeted with words that would shape history: 'Should have brought pants. Pants dont wear worth a hoot up in the diggin's." Strauss listened well, and took his rolls of brown tent can- vas, from amongst his wares, to a tailor who made them into pants. Strauss called these pants by their lot number, 501. The 501 's Cor as his customers preferred to call them "Those pants of Levi's"D were an instant hit with the miners because of their durability. When Strauss ran out of canvas, he switched to a tough cot- ton fabric loomed in Nimes, France. This new material was one of the strongest known, and was called "serge de Nimes", which Americans soon shortened to "denim". Back in the 1880's it was an innovative idea, making pants out of tent material. Levi Strauss rose to a challenge and carved a niche for himself in American culture. But even Strauss might be surprised to find that his newfangled idea is still alive and looking pretty much the same even after more than 195 years. ity-- ... -. .. is fain. 34, is 41 .f' YW! l W..- .....,., , ,.,.,... "5--'A iis?"' ,...,, ,..-'A' ,Lx x.,,Qm gras Qt' x 'F x ,af tSpeclaI thanks to VSC models, Greg Runs, Carl Parke, Allen "fu, f he " "-,. . -Q., Rigs' s-Q... -., 1 Ou N 'Ula Swartz, Mike Neeley, Ray Nelson, and Davld "Ace" Gottscnalk for maka ang thus layout possible Openlng,f'5 I ' O 0 Y Evangelist Disrupts Campus While Exercising Constitutional Rights Ninas 4 44 "Amazing Grace, How Sweet The Sound . " The Constitutional rights which guarantee the Freedom of Speech and the Freedom of Religion came under fire during the week of Febru- ary 9-13 as the controversial campus evangelist Jim Gilles brought his ministry to the VSC Campus. Gilles, who spoke on campus during the previous year, has preached on Q10 campuses in 49 states. Gilles' ser- mons have provoked angered students to attack him on many of those campuses. ln fact, he was struck by a riled student on the first day of his visit in February of 1986. Gilles, who was "saved" during a Van Hal- en concert a number of years ago, infuriates students by calling them "whores" "whoremongers" and "perverts", Student reactions to Brother Jim were mixed. Some thought he was a professional comedian. Others assumed that he had been hired by the Campus Activities Board. Some students went as far as calling Gilles a false prophet spoken of in the Bible. Shouts of disgust echoed from the crowd as Christians, whose faith and beliefs were being tested, asked such questions as "Who gives you the right to judge us?" "What gives you the right to condemn us all to Hell?" Regardless of whether or not he was right or wrong, the U.S. Con- stitution allowed Gilles to say the things he did, and to get away with it. The Freedom of Speech as well as the Freedom of Religion, among other rights, are shared by every citizen in this country. In some coun- tries outbursts such as Brother Jim's would not be tolerated, lndivid- uals making such bold comments would be reprimanded by the gov- ernment. lt is refreshing to know that in America one can speak one's mind freely and openly with no fear of being jailed for having beliefs which differ from that of the government or another individual. lt was also comforting to witness VSC students, and in some cases faculty members, exercising their rights as they challenged Brother Jim on vari- ous points of interest. What is even more fascinating is the knowledge that as our Constitution celebrates its 900th birthday, it is stronger to- day than lt ever was. f .3 I-J. . -. ,,- .-1 ---.u . 4' , 5 V , - ,- :- Q - 1- ,-. .- . f , A g . - .. o ,- "FORNICATION""' If N Carl Parke is personally sentenced to Hell. An International Affair l Each year exchange students from around the world come to spend time in America. 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V .dy 1 -uv v , , 1 K-'guy . f -5-, - wth, 'MW " , -, '- ' ' . , , A - si ,YM Vi if , - X .nl , -- X -5,-.555 ll J QMEYA-N if ff ,- , .1 Q, --,. li-e-rp, JDS? 1- -7,- J V 'it H,-'ml , ww hw-H, M, DENT LIFE 9153-v,. ' 9 "3 i Time, once again, to hurry up and wait Time, once again, to unpack, arrange, and then rearrange all the clothes, nick- knacks, stuffed animals, stereo systems and posters, Time, once again, to meet a new roommate or to greet an old friend. Of course your most trying and dif- ficult task will oe to sign up for classes, So instead of putting away your stuff, you hustle your puns over to your advisor's of- fice, ouoole in an opscan sheet and pray that you get the clas- ses you need. Fate should only be so kind. VSC registration is computerized, which is sup- posed to make registration an easy task. However, computers do getsick and VSC's computers tend to get sick more often than most, especially on the first day of registration. During registra- tion week, patience and persis- tence is the students creed! 10 Student Life Moving In And Beyond N' 4... M, ' t H X . bu WW up 1 Xl :Twin H if , VYEV , , Q , - Ajuunfnav- D Si. a 5 ' , 5 'Q 'A 12 Student Llfef11 Lines, Lines, Lines, Yeah! Opposite Page: Kathy Aielio and Kim Brown, Resident Assistants for Georgia Hall, distribute keys and room assign- ments to in-coming students, Opposite Page Bottomz Students wait in line at the Wexpress fee payment" table during registration. This Page Top: Tim Thrams gets lost among towers of textbooks, Bottom Left: Lysoeth Simmons checks the price of a book for Stephen Chapman, Bottom Right: Sean Bernsed looks at posters to Cover his walls with Use Student Lifef13 Homecomin HOMECOMING 1986 found VSC students "KEEPING THE SUMMER ALIVE" as they eagerly wriggled into those summer shorts and bathing suits one last time for the HOMECOMING parade. Even in October, VSC students are glad to break out that beach umbrella and that trusty red beer cooler in pursuit of the American dream - the endless summer, Tanned girls dressed in hot pink and vivid turquoise "Jams" provided contrast to the bright red blazers worn by Dr. and Mrs. l-lugh C. Bailey as they rode waving to parade specta- tors. This year's parade included students from a variety of backgrounds -truly an American mel- ting pot. Even immigrants from "south of the bor- der" participated in VSC's quest for the summer that never ends. 'ftmj Ditilli fri - .f-X-a "' -?'.--- --0' Af 14 Student Life? g Week - 1986 A r M iiiii lllittl gvfl ,-,,1 " V l , , ici 6 X D 1 I I ,. 1.1 K ' S Zwe...a1'Z!.S'6' Y QV Sw Student L1fef15 Q -r"7'rf - 4, -. . -i Mi"-, " f" W ,..tx rn J N ' ,. V. . ',+ff""bn,L. ' 5 1' .f 1 " , -:ref - ff Q Azgi lg Q Q is ff Q1 Q , f N. CY! f le 1 X1 . 'af . Lusa Bancroft checks student lD's dunng Homecomrng Queen electrons Karen Dufek, sponsored oy Kappa Delta Sorority, is crowned Homecomsng Queen by Presldent Hugh C. Barley Cha Omega Soronty shows nts support for Homecoming Week oy dnsplayung a banner which conveys the theme 'Keepsng the Summer Aluve " 1o Stucisjnt lrfc' cf E, 1 l! K 1 t - wk X N 1 October 31, Halloween night, was a memorable oc- cassion this year for most VSC students. Halloween, which fell on a Friday night, was made part of Homecom- ing Week as the Beach Boys stopped in town to cele- 4321.-as I" brate their 25th year in the music industry CFor more on the Beach Boys turn to pages 18 and 193. After the con- cert students dressed in their wildest costumes and ush- ered in All Hallows Eve. A I lm Student Life ,l11' 17 W' 'r1tLlfv FM 4 , f M "Keeping the Summer Alive" was made possible with the Beach Boys on campus to help celebrate HOMECOMING 1986. The spirit of an endless summer kindled a flame in a grinning jack-o-lantern and filled the P.E. Complex as this American musical tradition of sand, surf, rock and roll chanted with the students to have "Fun, Fun, Fun." The crowd de- lighted in hearing these California beach bums croon American oldies out goodies such as "California Girls," "Help Me Rhonda," and "Surfin' U.S.A." 7 VM Student Lifefl Q S. 'Q av X 5 'Q-l ' f Pi,. if ,A .f oo 'LX 'it' "-' W3 fs V 1 'Y' 4 X4 g . .- K QI 2 'qj I A. 'V x. . . . u z 11' VA ?'. 9 I, N R N,0., . 1 0 " 'Xe 0 ,'t'0 x 'X - l "0z"' lg X f I I D . ' 'Q I K I N , N M. Q?f. MY A . 1 . 1 X G .H . X X I .' .' K N N.. ,I ,. . -2 V , .o , x." X ,ang 0'0 'Q' -W x if? 4. ,, 644152 2767564120 Ready For The World, a popular rythm and blues band, performed in the P.E. Complex before an audi- ence of approximately 3,000 people on the night of February 96, 1987. This concert, like the two before it, was sponsored by the Campus Activities Board. The concert was arranged just a week before the band arrived. Nevertheless, an unexpectedly high turnout generated ticket sales of over SQQ,000 dollars. Spectators thrilled to dazzling light displays as the concert got underway. The Ready For The World Con- cert featured more special effects than did the Beach Boys or Ricky Skaggs Concert. After opening with "lt's Been A Long Time Com- ing," the group performed such favorites as "Oh, Sheila," and "Mary Goes Around." Also featured was the group's number one hit "Let Me Lay You Down." 7 ""' f v v - L Q C N The Valdosta State College PE. Complex was the sight of the premiere of Kool and The Gangs 1987 "Victory" tour, The oand, after cancelling an earlier date at Valdosta State, approached the school a sec- ond time with definite interest in launching the groups tour in Valdosta On the night of April 14, 1987 thousands of screaming fans delighted in seeing Kool and the Gang perform. This popular Top 40 oand is noted for its ten- der oallads, and performed such hits as "Cherish," and "Special Way." Also, the band gave the enthusiastic audience a taste of such high-energy oeats as "Emergency," "Mislead," and "Stone Love." 'ufllfivlli llfif 1' loci f' H1 S Q! gg' j s N 9' 4, X. ix K 1 0 A Xi. ' v X g .4 f g ' ' 900ll i' - P' W' 1 f? +H3QZ' L Ai x xj',X!A', , . QS 'f' 'ff Fir -4 . 'g. in . f' 3? L- v ' 2 A 41: I in X A. , . Ig . x t wins. gg Q H fi ' ' v- :rv i 4 ' 'mx ciao Q 9000! ,'-x eg. n i L. N. i, Q ,Q ., if - .x. Student Volunteers Help Make Concerts A Reality Some people think that putting on a major concert s a simple task All you have to do is stand in line, pur- chase your ticket, find your seat and enjoy tha band. Life should only be so kind Despite the myth, there is a lot oi' hard work that goes on behind the scenes of a con- Cert Besides all of the negotiations, paperwork, adver- tising, and telephone calls, a tremendous amount of physical labor is involved with producing a successful show Tractor-trailers begin rolling into town during the wee hours of the morning, Workers, mostly VSC students whose only pay might be a free tee-shirt, a ticket to the concert, and maybe an up-close glance at one of the stars, begin the laborious task of unloading the equip- ment, and getting the stage ready for the band. Tons of spotlights and miles of electrical cable lat- er-the stage and sound-system are ready, lust in time for the show to begin, For this hard work and tireless dedication, the Milestones staff salutes the volunteers who have made the Beach Boys, Ricky Skaggs, Ready For The World, and Kool and The Gang concerts a reality. N' 'T""?7 t ul- fd ' Q?-6 4,5 If ' uxxlu D4 Stiiiiwit lift' if Y, . yn wif . 5 p-l, ,--nun.. 'in' if T , U 27- " .ug H gui-OV .Q-w.. JA X1 4. Student L1fe,f"25 ,go Valdosta State Melting Pot: A Mixture of attitudes, beliefs and customes. Students meet in front of the library to discuss old times. Lisa Hlldebrant is a "Guilty Child." VSC cofeds enjoy ice cream cones on a hot autumn day, l N il ' ffl' 1 S . 1 ,,1r 96 'Student Life if 4,5- Tmw -aw sdkfiei 'iff' -Q 1 ' .. t 2 1,1 1 : nfl -, jj TWT?-Jil." Y ' , . -vi- , . as f- 'fun' nv- a ff - A " 1 LR J p is J! if-A.. , .. :xf . Y.. .QL x . .L , 324. ' ." it ,I 0. , ,H r -.-.l1'. , ,"' 2 f sr- ,-lv lr" ad 0' .J- O X 17N l h NJLQ- ' 'F 0 X" X Q". ""E35f' IIA : " .. easru II? , .1 01' l Qi., 'Q l all ' ', ,f -M., l . .4 by ' V,- L , H E A ll W ' "R, .4 wk ,V .-if ,L I SEQ ,Q rgw a. -I 1... . X ri .. .,, 4 3 l lf 'H 1 a. N., ,' 'l LT LW":f' ,L Y ' l 1 X QV-' , 49 ' --Q. . ' I vw- 4 ie v . . 0 .4 . A ' ' .,. , , ft X' my , J F l -eat bf , if l 4 ,I 5' if . ! ' l 'K L--Vl ' .PH -lj Y V ' Y . 4, tt ,ily Q, - 9 'X flli iff- ' 1, amz' V' Y 1 r -lglrll-cw - l l 1 1 , Q 1 at Qs J 1174 - -ii2'wf'W ,N ,- 1 't 'VX4 X'f X 'M ,y , gig w 'ma l Skateboarding, a fast, efflcient, pollution-free mode of trans- portatuon. The men of Patterson Hall: All beef and no frllers, Do we really have to go to class? Rodney LI52 says, "Look, look, theres my picture!" Student Llfef97 Mug Shots , -gi. --un' - - 4 Y 'Q F 'L ' sf .,,,,, .--cd 'Q C ' ' XX , v' .. q 'af It ' 21 ,wh - .a 'A " NDF' v 4 r. ' , f- I 14415 Lp' .- -,W .--- i' i .E J g K? r y , f x ,,4':.-.. MN! . Q -vs. 'Q xl xi: 565 ' ', L"'1'l N.f-5 N . '-.. :Q 'y J H, Q'-u j' D,,,,,-'U 1, '-,, 1" ,A Q 'ggi-'fre ff , Q8 Student lufe 4' I7' bw., ' - 4' ' 1 Q. 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' FN L11 ,L if 51:5 min Hunting High f And Low Black Awareness Week Schedule Of Events February 15-91, 1987 Bicentennial of the Constitution Sunday February 15 Monday February 16 Tuesday February 17 Wednesday February 18 Saturday February Q1 February 15-Q1 Gospel Concert Whithead Auditorium Honorable Robert Benham Judge Georgia Court of Appeals Powell Hall Auditorium A series of Movies Depicting Black Culture and History College Union - Projection Room Honorable Alcee Hastings Judge U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida Powell Hall Auditorium Greek Show Old Gymnasium East African Art Exhibit Valdosta State College Library 39 !,ii 'Student Life ii l r 5 w i 4 S N 0 i J K A H 1 I F 1 E W Y' 4, IY' GAA mild J 'J 0 3 ".Vl -1.2 5 3 A, KP D1 ,ffl I 'B WELCGME TO THE BLAZER BIJCDU! The CAB. provides the latest block ouster movies for your enjoyment. Any- thing from comedy to tragedy, it ali can oe found every Sunday night at either 7100 or 9100 pm in Whitehead Auditori- um, Somewhere, ' somehow, someone's going to pay. COMMANDO 55 am i 34 y,if" Student life "I'I'llm" '1' IV 4'1:H'i -111 3lIIl'!ilYft "'rlr'-ri 1 JH? iff? lr! 73154 715' "tt '.'l 'il 3'f'JFl f5'.mngMZ,3t.1 Lmlnliif iVb?.Ai-if ',i'.'V' in iff ' 'Fx' rwfnf-fi'n PUT 'M'F'BA'7i ,111 Q'Pr'm 5'FPHt'. ASL. ' ' S417 , ' M '-nr," it, H, R'-HITTEFI F"'fI1II9C7?y'1rf 5lIDfNH GGENERALAUDIENCES A ug.. . t t it tttutt t ut u t r t tttttt tttttttt ttttt u t BAN AYKRDYD EDDIE MURPHY 'r zsun i it l,IA4 tjlggi Some very funny business. 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W,af.qL. 1 'Sh' ,' F' A , .44 W :lm-. l".r"'l ,,, A ll' ' -1 lliifvl 'ws ,Jn ml ,J J I ll ' 4 f fl.f:1Ml l 61 u ,i f l www, 'lla W :H 'yn A, A or U J T 'N - "om" .'ff,.32:5SEN2 W 1 'Vai my H :N N J l ,- 'l,lC"7' M. J' l J from .4 ,S lm: l L - , .. . -f ff -' -l -1 Sli,-. :f'l!7'lf, fll .lf lll'l"' lllll l J, mlm I Lil' ' v Y yu . ' W' wi- , !,'fl'J'lw 'l ' ,1 w-lvl: "y l img ll, ills-l llfllllf M , wwll fl,,.vll1l'llfM.WWF', lil-llllwllllllxll J ,V . f' ll swf-l,:g, :llllirllllll ' , v l1lgl'l3lffll'20'll2l Q pu fl ' l ,,-, lf lx , lmw. rw, 'f ,,,, tl , , l l 'Z' W-.1-, llf W,7,wJm . fr' 'f- ' ll. 'Ill Ml, l 35,11 lQn1ff2j?lZl,Ml " ' 3 ll ,fri-fuill Jllp 6, ll Q""- 1 l :gk , , , ,gn 'gnu . 2: 1' ' p Jr, W, i vm- , lj 'J U, 1. " 1 ", lf' fQf3Qf'x? V be 1 . '... 'rl Y' M fi ' . i?'-:lim . 'lm 1 1 ' :fa I "ff if 1 l 5137: ag'a,?efl:s,,Q 551: 92.5, 1554-ff, wif 37' ' . lv 1 'llrrfg W -1,5 ll., Jjsiylin wr, lm: ,. . :lm ,lM2fl2f,,lT5','5ll'- J ' "X, J If ,lflllfl ' ., ' . J 3za,5ilf'?ll f'g"y1,jl1,ll'?u,' 5"'- ll w f1,l4 ,y, '- ' fl my l N .mug wlln A MW 17 " .clglleiwgfwfn Wglrigly ' 1 542,71 ff, 1. J , l ' lv 94 M l ll-H1 img-y g :, , .furo r ' l ,Q - U Hr 2 ' "M 1. '5' U .3,:--2 . xl 1' - ' , lkwvam-:,,kw,L'igf-1 V W '- ,A A A -J .S,.:r ' A- wr,-'h 'w.' Q' ' 1- m frff'll1f'-'?'ll' gl'2w ,M ,sift 3:5-JW' '5' f' ' "ff-.1 v"'Q'gf f'.:w,ll,'gji ,- -9 : dxf Jr- ."- ,,,fl!' :Wm ,Y-3 rl q ' M 4: .J 3- l , ,Q ' fri, j' lljg5wl,fm' J:,:f"nAlQ",','gf'l1.l49Fw-., m 'mln iru' wir g 44 ' lllmllw' 'Hr' ,M ilan f"lw,ll", 7lfllfl1'lf '71,,lf.'5 rw M WFN: ,ll rr-Jllziwllll 0 5.M-It-straw Calendar K .JW ,,,l.,1-- .-',, ...V ,- ff V J'- ,W ,, nl lg fl Jw, ,ffl M" All 1 A x. A ' 5 'Wk ll ,gqm ll- fl Mlllllllvlxy 4 mf' Mr. September Ray Carter K , r 1 ll J r, , D+ , . 'tu r' l , 4 L M, il J, ll ..v., H f A , l X., Mr. November Mr. December Carl Parke John Newland Negotiations Approved For Purchase of Brookwood Plaza It looks as if VSCS Campus is growing. Final negotiations have been approved by the Board of Regents for VSC to lease Brookwood Plaza, with the option to purchase the 128,000 square foot facility. This additional space will be used to accommodate many crowded departments on campus. lt is planned that the library will be expanded by moving the Media Services and the South Georgia Archives to the plaza. This will provide more room for shelving new books for library expansion. Brookwood Plaza also holds potential for more lab space. It is expected that the number of labs for the engineering pro- gram will triple, or even quadruple in the coming years. Also, the College Union will be expanded in order to allow for more access to college groups. The expanded Union will also provide greater access and parking to off-campus stu- dents. 40fStudent Life 'W .. w 5 l . if B. ! 'JSM lw""' A W, ll' , 'sw X of' x W 'fi s Student Lifef41 The Astonishing Neal Astonishes Crowd' On the night of January 14, 1987, a crowd of approximately Q50 VSC students were "astonished" by the mental powers of The Astonishing Neal. The show, which was sponsored by the Campus Activities Board, lasted for over three hours. The first 90 minutes of the act included feats of mental telepathy and te- lekinesis. Neal displayed his ability to project thoughts by asking the audience to concentrate on a number between zero and fif- ty. An astonishing number of people concentrated on the same number, 37. Neal then picked people, at random, from the audi- ence and told personal, embarrassing events from their past. At one point Neal asked three volunteers to hold a hand full of nails at arms distance. He instructed them to concentrate on bending the nails with their minds. He also encouraged the rest of the audience to project thoughts of the nails bending. One of the volunteers, when asked to observe her nails, dropped the bunch of nails she had been holding, and ran screaming from the auditorium. The nails she had been holding had apparently bent in her hands. Neal then asked those in attendance to check their pockets for keys of any other personal items which may have bent during the session. An amazing number of students ap- proached the stage to present bent keys, metal combs, and knives. The second half of Neal's show centered on the performers hypnotic abilities. Neal placed a group of 50 volunteers under a hypnotic trance. After causing the volunteers to go through various activities such as holding imaginary books and balloons, Neal suggested that each participant had a pet on stage with them. At Neal's command the group began to pet imaginary an- imals ranging from a hamster to a rhinocerous. One participant even petted her giant Pound Puppy. QTL 4QfStudent Life 57' Q ha f 'MM Y" , . X s QR: ' , T5 Q. ' Q vf tr. 'Q s , fi A """N- 'QP' l 3 A if ff 5 N., 5 I fs ,N gs , f i A Student Lifef43 Although We May Hate To Admit It Alcohol Plays A Major Role On V.S.C.'s Campus L'LU"' H9023 ' r I x f V 9 , ' 1 . l-iffxlgi fin, .gn 47982 if . X l i -5 N i E Q -ai! f"".. . 41 'i"'s-q,.yK', F' 1 .. 1 N i v1 : ing! fa 1 'N 1 ' W - ' . :s f f gk . ' x , z ' , ' 1 , g flilllxu-j,vr lin-V5 Hlhl' 5 '. ' f 1 -in QM u l u 1 l l l I I 'I CQ fx Ai ' - .ff -fz2frPf igi , Fl "s'1b5'X 1 i F A 374 r S f I ,I s ' j 1 1 1 N: f '. f -1' rx, i '.,' '.,' Y Y lj fjx , lhlmiwvgh' lilf1lWUJ, Hunixxv' limiui KW -- A "ff A .. A 'XJ' 5.,Qji+-vffif X w ' ' -, . E X Eff 11,1 XX . L 1 g 'M 'X l x : 'G Q I Q In W , H F 3 Student Life,f45 HOWQVZI' . . . H Students Do Take Time Cut To Study Z 46,fStuder1t Life Y. wigwv ' ,v gb """""""4"-'- '-n-r-aww-. .W ..., as Q, Q XA.-P MSW 'ft '54 A 1 xl . A 753. - " "F" P- Fi , Q? ,... i it ii ' - .ffcfji 'gf ' I si iii f 'Rf'-,-rfft. X X 1853. f- Q L xx .xv .N , ,ip-' v l . A , x. S -. . 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' 'W ee U' Q M ' 7' " Q M' ' -Ag, xt 1 f in 'KM A i Student Lifef4Q Greek Week -74 , ,nav 4 mnunf- Mm ve ,w .,, ,vfff '1 D IW fi A 5O,fStudent Life I 4 1. .Nm U, I 'N il -Y ,we g -Q44 M w ' Q?" ,ag , if 'W nun.,- 5, - W. f fa wa ,,, ,MQW 9 fi sfvff' mu '5- vnrxw-vim v , ,L milf' 'V 5 5 , gf P-.L ' . , A M nf V , U' Student Lifef51 ""'.f 'Y' Y: '4- x.. .rv ---f ., , wx - if 19, I gf' V .,, A v Q , ' 'ld-4q2'...uxlv'2' N-473 - . . 'J' I . - I L ' fvfr' . f -, f ,A M, :A A5 1- ' ',',:4 l.?' .3 'W4,'f1 - ' 9 ..'- . ' A M . :arf ' -lub: A :R , gay.. A v Q .W-me-4 .rsh ff' 1 A- 3 '- K .4-z'3A,...4 gg rg.-1' .av 1 J- ,, ,W .av 1 ff 5QfStudent Lsfe , x I i 1 I f -1 '1 r-,1 'xv it 'fx 1 . tg . m f'w ,.., '-rg, .. Q J fi Q 4 "KVI" 1' A Y W Q 1 x' , .. ' , 1,, 'vu f -va, My - 4 . J ln:-, , , Q 'Q' ft W " .4 ,Q ., m- , Q 6 b 'W 5 t f 3 Yi , -n I. , , 3 W ,f" ,' js, " 44? X 5 , "" . , ' . 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Brid t of gf. 2 Nw Bridgett Moore Receives Annie Powe Hopper Award Ext: . ' 'ff' '.' Making The Grade H 'Val' 1510 tlf Y L P I, I Graduation '87 ,,,.-pun' o ' -,-pl wr, ' Student Lnfef57 American Milestones i" f Q " Y P1 .V A l, Q, 58,-'Student Life i Ollie North: An American Hero 519 .- -Q' 1 ' , .ffl n'ff.,Z9',w V - U ,,., ,-.,,-,.-q-'fa - - - W--If-Y .... -.'-34. , , www: ' ff--'Q f 1 I " '--ff .J -yffp-.v-f 1---1--v-.4'.p'4,.,,-.sn A,- -,1-, . - J : . -y'-f.,..,.,,- ff 1-4....'4,t..+',,,,,, , A, . ft x 1, ,X Ns X if 1 tt MCM After all these years, Liberty's torch shines bright. U.S. Constitution turns Q00 W' .M M za HL 3 fqg y. 4- A 1 uz,M,,fg,j 4' A2 Am ' Mgr' -fy: 'I I 5' 9 Y L wg Xww' Q Q . 3 Efforts Begin To Restore West Hall To Originalflntended Design f x 1: , x X 5 A . ' N ' . ,f I, ' - 4 15. nv- ,,,N:z-. f , sez. .1 ' . , -Q-P ' if. ,5 1 ' ff ,fn 4' ' -175 Y 1 . .fy V ,' - ' ' 2 K W- '1 1-'f . f"'f'..f'-5fm" .J 4 , - Q , A I fm-1 ,,, xxx. f .9 " -fi -', 'xpx k , , ,L 3: ,f- xg-5, , J - - , 2, 1, ,P - iff . -., A M Amr, ,,f. 5. .V,.',. 3' -4,,4 1. . 'F 1 cv 4,.,,,v fb"- .f. , ,, ' s ,.'- 4 I 'sr-141V ' lv ' SJA Z '- .fg-751, h y-'-:, 'nf'-x '. 9 4? , X - . , 1 ,: ia' . ,g1,,"1.S-,,,gg I .'j",. d.13,Qwm'l':. .. 1 '..., lf .+.. gn . 5 ,-- ?-'.- ' '--2 '-Iffif 'jf .. 4 F . -. , 4 .- lt? Student Lifef61 VSC Walkabout ips , '-Y' 1 .1 -if ' -,I r 'l 'I' gm-1' vw-5,'f.g 5-1 . m..,f,..w.q3 ' M4-agua-qFf? -s1'W'.a's.'g.4 ui!-a.'Q" ,Fri u . ' , I . N We ,A w :Q xg'-' f 4 1 -.J--qw Q x -1. s. wg' X, 0 ,Q ,s i :V--N . ff uvf' F V un.. Qui ....... ,, . Wir szudem Lifef63 '11 hw 3 - , I- KWYLEZSTQFQA . ,sia- .. ,,.- :, ,, ,SE fmm 'LF-19. 'iff ,- . L 1 KH , W ,, f 'ww I r , . Men: M., .mu - . , ',. , . -, .1 r ,. X , W .: gg, . if ' iff .. 'Nr wg5y5iE , 'fi ,1 ' w, ,mm 'MALI-' 'NFB Ti 1 ' Wm u. P31-' , , -ip hw ,1 ' 64 , .4 - ,193".s lie -- 3' 'sim V A it big, Wm fl. , 'Y ' ' f 1-1.5 1fofs,wv' NH42fLiw ,, ""'-rw ff ' .153 if 'h r W C 7 4,9 f' W f f -Niwr. 1 1412, 'W van Leads Blazers To First Winning Season Valdosta State Football turned the corner toward success in 1986 as the five-year-old program, under the direction of an almost entirely new coaching staff, bullied its way to a 9-Q re- cord and a place among the elite of Division ll football. Head Coach Mike Cavan, who assumed control of a program which had turned three consecutive 5-6 campaigns, brought in an enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff which turned a solid group of players in the right direction. The Blazers started quickly with a surprising 17-O shutout over Fort Valley State, dropped a heartbreaking 10-7 decision to Central Florida, then rolled up impressive Gulf South Confer- ence wins over Jacksonville State and UT-Martin. Only a 45-10 setback blemished the remainder of the schedule as the Blazers defeated their final six opponents to finish 9-Q overall and 7-Q in the GSC. The fairy tale season had a troubled ending, however, when the NCAA selection committee bypassed the Blazers for one of the eight spots in the national playoffs. Nonetheless, in final ran- kings Valdosta State was voted 8th in the nation by the Football News and 12th in the nation by the NCAA poll. Individually, linebacker extraordinaire Jessie Tuggle was named the league's defensive player of the year, and sensational flanker Randy Fisher was selected freshman of the year. Other Blazers named to the all-conference team were Dallis Smith, Ter- ry Mallory, James Gibson, R. D. Swain, and Keith Reddings. Tuggle, who completed a brilliant four-year career, was fur- ther honored by being named to two all-American teams, Kodak and the Football News, mg S ,hwy S E E F F I , ' 47 ,gf .Q i i r' JL W Blazers Are Whute-Hot!!! I I .I 5. 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X-4 494 MQW ' 5925"- "mf1,'NL ' 1' fiifff . '4442jk,i1g'.j - A - . .s,.".' ., ' -- - - 4'i'."--1Za- ' ' ' ' if H .1.J0!SportS ' . f 1 . '--'Lvl fm. ,fa.,4,14w .-.,- 3. M . ,r, r-v -. L- . L.-K 5,5 .www N., , -ng,-'g,:, , U - .W .. - V1 5 -Z.1 TQ"f3J-1 ' . . A nik Jvx 9 1 is 42 GSX Ev Coach James Dominey's Blazers, while compiling a successfull won- Ioss record of 16-10, were denied a trip to the four-team Gulf South Con- ference tournament, being eliminated from the fourth spot by the league's tie-breaker system. The 1986-87 Blazers were an excit- ing team which won 9 of 11 games in front of enthusiastic crowds in the Physical Education Complex. One of the home court losses was a double overtime decision to Delta State, a team which reached the Final Four. That was the loss which cost VSC a tournament berth. Three seniors closed out their Blazer careers in outstanding fashion. Leon Jones, Marlon Jones, and Walt Webb were the three leading scorers. The Jo- neses were named to all-conference and all-state teams, and both wrote their names in the VSC record books. - ws - -- Lf"::'lEabq - 1- . f- -,X ,-- 1,-. ..' L, of z - - - --dugg r Ns-m - 1 A ' -'1f?W..51:i?3-iiPz'1T 1. ., ev.,-we , '1 11-l:1YH7'Q' . 'L--..31fX-V, Blazer Basketball :vis-4 'Q' ' V l ids? ' g2'7f'i-7yg': gi? " 1 t c- T., H ... K Y. 132Q3i'E,5 V ir' 5 ' Q Pxixl . ,A 1, ,, 4. e ,ff Q'-+G f 5 5. nl, 1. , , . 1 , 1: iz 'V - Vlmiex .li A ll 4' ' " r-5054" in 'fi . f " i -afm.'?'R r Sportsl71 . B 5 p, 1, 1' -1 . - ,f.L.f,f-- -V fe? I M ' 'A .ibn ' ft fl ..- ni-an af 'V N VL.: V 33' :if 1' ,fy ,.g f. ,. ' '. Jff ii ' A ,. .f ,mp , 54 N QV 4RUy ! 'gm 2'-, 791 Sports c.,'.if" 7 I , X Ja! " .' '. Q. V , ' 'KM 3'fv4::'i. , ' ' .1 . nh' '11 5-I 3 , , ...fs :,ii1Lj:.I? K 1 , v Wim - - .1 17x A. Yiixv 'L' ,- A 1 -- .. - . - 'L r 'lizffr'--'I 3 mmf' Q . 5. eg' - Q -,, .,1.q. we . , , . , -. Aw, J., -Y s-,f .1 42- Sv. if ' - AR ,, A , s. ct. 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' Nita Smith Calvin Sheffield Organizationsf109 sldence Life Staff Lowndes Hall rfb T at L T7 l ir .Q . GI' ,tl A 5 . I x .7 L . Above Front Row Left To Right: Kathy Dickson and Holly Beasly, Back Rowe Greg Sapp, Chris Baker, David Macaluso and Dale Hall tHead Resldentl Lower Picture, Front Row Kneeling: Greg Coop CHead Resldentb, 1 J 1' Jeff Fountain, Back Row: David Cuffie, Joseph Yarbrough, Bob Kukua, 3 V' .J y Boo Gerger, Steve Smith, and Lorenzo Parker, Patterson Hall , , rf we ri 5, It Jgqf.. , , ,4 , w . lr. . 'I Hr l1O!Organrzatrons -.4 Q -Pj, --5, , ,- wx 191'-f':4j." F.. nf- . ---N' Maui -Lvlrxisfb W t Hopper Hall Residence Life Staf Langdale Hall Seated Left To Right: Laura Johnson, Lawanna Barron, Kim Smith, and Sutton Shepherd. Standing: Kathy Calhoun Bottom Picture, Front Row Left To Right: Jewel McKever, Allie Wil- mott, Sharon Lewis, Teri Bryant, Connie Kline, Back Row: Lota Elliott CHead Residentl, Monica West, Pat Beal, Angela James, Jennie Harrison, and Angie Walden CHead Residentb. Q-3' Organizationsfl ll Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta is an international history society or- ganized in 1991 to recognize and encourage excellence in the study of history. To be eligible for membership an undergraduate student needs a 3.0 overall average and a 3.1 average in history courses taken. A graduate student must have a 3.5 average across the board. The Society sponsors a state convention each year where students read their papers. Prizes are awarded for those papers which merit them. Scholarships and annual prizes for best manuscripts are also given. The local organiza- tion sponsors occasional trips to historic sites. Pictured to the right are Faculty members Dr. Huch C. Bailey and Dr. John Ricks who is the Psi Phi Chapter's advisor. 9 -1313 qs is Pi Gamma Mu Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science honor soci- ety which honors students in any social science field who meet certain set requirements. The society brings speakers on campus for public lectures and is concerned mainly with the betterment of the social sciences. For more information contact the History Department. Pictured to the right is Dr. Raymond Mensing, advi- sor, as he introduces the evening lecture and discussion on South Africa. 11QfOrganizations Gmicron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa is the National Leadership Honor Society for senior college students. The purpose is to recognize students who have attained a high stan- dard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for attainments along similar lines. The five indispensable qualifications for membership are: ex- emplary character, responsible leadership and discrimi- natory service in campus life, superior scholarship, genu- ine fellowship, and consecration to democratic ideals. Pictured from left to right are: Dr. Dasher, David Cuf- fie, Bud Macon, Barbara Millard, Amanda West, Enoch Lowe, Ramonna Blanton-Boyett, and Dr. McFaden. A: ...MMU www - 't I " -:If - i f ' Organizationsf113 State B a at I i C! s gg O QC 'i 3'at-,lin 430 it I ' ci 'ink tb KC gui, nf. ,7 ge t llt Q i ami!! f .g ZAXX A 4 A A ,lb . LL.- ., Campus Activities Board The Campus Activities Board is concerned with the diversifi- cation in entertainment and recreation. The Board provides weekly movies, workshops, fashion shows and a wide variety of recreational opportunities, It brings in top-name performers such as the award winning comedian Andy Andrews, and singer Barbara Bailey Hutchinson. The Board is also responsible for pro- moting concert acts which appear on VSC's campus. Each year Board members attend regional and national conferences which showcase acts touring the college circuit. By previewing these acts the C.A.B. is better able to provide quality entertainment forthe campus. Membershipis open to all VSC stu- dents, For more information call the Student Activities Office. li4f'OTfjdDlZdfIODS Chairman of the Board, Connie Kinard 5 W ...H f lk, ,...- f' ,WN "'.r-af' 1 K A Q S - -si ii df- .Ti Ann Lacey, Program Director I G AP I P Lrsa Hrldebrant does some clownrng around VSCS conference drsplay xx r ,km ' ii Barbara Bailey Hutchrnson Andy Andrews 1 15 V.S.C. Gospel Choir l II 543665 116,fOf3dr1IZiiUOnS 6 X Al S ts ,....,,.,44-?r:W f 2 ..':.' Q - . ' , ' 4-'sv Q , 453541 'Q V '- ' ,-5 V, . ,VQ:,,5J:g,,,M,gm ,T , , k VZ 53. -y..6:34.f' -f 1, , 1. ga '. ., ' ,. ,A A ,Q 1 4' , fr: '. g,p.1:g,w, -.f V , 1 ,l A . , . .' 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The purpose of The Spectator is to inform the student body of campus events, to pro- vide a means oy which students may express their views, and to teach staff members correct journalistic style and policies A , A.. N X spur' '15 ill c, 55" ,Ji- fs If Epi' va 5 x X X, S H XXI :IPX fix X ' N ii J ' ::5i.f.:.i:l-Q1 7, -,-,,.,...---- -Ylw . ..,., .., an ,V I 'X if? Organizationsfi I0 Gdradek Odradek is the literary arts magazine for Valdosta State College. Students and faculty contribute poetry and short stories for publication quarterly. Also original works of art and photography are accepted for publication. For more in- formation call the English Department at 333-5946. 2 DC' ,io 990, ,,-M W f-""", nw .AFV ,4 ' W "'1C"' lf2O,fOrganizations T. , 75 af' 'X 8 WVVS - FM WVVS-FM is a noncommercial radio station owned and operated by the students at VSC. It exists as an alter- nate media in Valdosta, playing progressive music and programming not available on commercial frequencies. Through weekly programs, WVVS-FM covers the spec- trum of music, including classical, jazz, religious, soul, folk, and country. WVVS-FM, located at 90.9 on the FM dial, provides entertainment and news of Valdosta State College happenings. Students working at WVVS-FM re- ceive course credit and full training. The station encour- ages you to help out, and it invites listener comment. Lis- ten in at 91 FM, or visit WVVS upstairs in the College Union, or call 333-5661. QI. L? 3:5 i-'gpw E? L. , . Organizationsflfll .li , , ...W K ,v V uw Q 14-if y 1-' .S ,-,J -- ..- '-"--: - ' ' Q-w.4..4 ..'. '-'-, - . 3 15" ,..' ' .......- .- - Q- 1-f -L 1,15 - ., .-- C'- , Q.:-.fi -,-- ...M ..- . - . rfqarumtuow. 'nj Y' , up A4 ,. -. wmv' V " Q-Q nv. fv '-v ,Q v 1 1?- .fedex mr- . ,K 'fx AHYHA, ' ,gp-dn-1 I M.. it!- u X ta' . 4 f A X 73? 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YQ F3 A...-V ,,-- 'C AX1 ..4 Q VALDOSTA STA 99 II I ' fx., a Q I I 'N 'mr In Q QI fig 9 W' I I I I ' I I TE COLLEGE 1987 E,- Q ., IU xl "9 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I QIQM ee wQQmQ I, Q, I r VQ,.,"i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I F491 cf F 'Na ' Omega lk' .,,. rw V ' 4 fi iQ a , Y 'iw- - 4 ' b Q " ,id 1 ,Af :tal . ' 5- . . ' 1 1 , . ' . "3 ' Q . Q1 N, , ' . ig , 0,115 6 ,I ,Q sf- I 1ii6,,1f!OfQGUIZ6fIOUS WM 1.3. ff3V .E Ng!! , gf , 'isS,,,,X .p--Q-'G --rv: Q 6 ..-gf' X fb I M 1 h ' 5:1 W 3 XNTJ I ,X -tx ""2. 953- E' -f "3 'MTM - . xv A., "'s..,,, Organizationsh 37 I 'L lnterfraternity Council The IFC is composed of the president and two elected representa- tives from each fraternity. The IFC is the governing body ofthe ten social fraternities on the campus. Its purposes include unifying the fraternities to solve common problems, promoting cooperation between the college K 0 , V and fraternities, and protecting the interest of the fraternities and their 5 ix 3 ' 4 i members. The IFC also serves the fraternities by promoting the annual ' . ' H? 's'if7f1 Greek Week activities. The following fraternities are on the VSC campus: Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Chi, Kappa Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Kappa Phi, Omega Psi Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Xi. z. i fm, K 1' - " A v,-- ' A ff? fl l l li l l, l ll l I5 l ' l . s . W '0f1"l' If nurssm-.a..l ..s.-,.1.,1-f.r1a--- ' F ffl 1 T I 138fOrganizations , ...J 'ji' s 'ef 'Y .,.. 4. , x , ly i, .4 ,ig .JR "Y , ro . 5 f I 116' :"'8",.l,,2q1"',L,, .V :V . ' iw" 53x'eA -,W A 61. . 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FE-i rf'-' J-" 'f .1 jf- -T71 iYi gb' xs 1 '!""-r i 4 f"P'k. fr- F at 'Q' w ' . ...M f .F-. .- f ' ' .fl fi?-4'.1asnT.xi4..ti"'.. --4fY3'f:4,- 15" 144,fOr3anu7atronS if in . .-- ...L . 1 - -""'. mix- 1 f , ' fa, A I ' ' gs Wag? , 3, , , A Q? ' Q Q U 5- 5 r 5 ' 5 ' "3 A'5A1.- 1 J.-' 1, M' 'H Q UH! f F' Y! f - - ' fl ' .. A 't' K . Mfg? 19 ,J H1 I EQQZXS V . - 'M . K " . 5 '- . my J., , , M , , , W, A X, X 11' V b me fx - " in! . .3 , FJ' , .-K ' . :H 1-Jffffib .- Gs P11 f. '-1, Organizatlonsh 45 nl' 1 I ?uf7 Kappa Phi I 1 lx a ., . Q .A Inf! 1 f . ix M 1, ' 7 .Y . Y 1. 1 A. In -. " ,, 'I-. ' -'or Q 1 , '15 b A- if . i Mvwm xg N 43 5 x rf Q , A jx W s w wx JL T fl. Cr'-ical? L '71 CQ,- if 1" 11 ,1 ,gg-, , V ' em. 1 ' m,f"' fff' 'fi wi ,v it g,,f'j , AISH" .1' ,,, .'j"5"bw f: 12, vw.: ' iz.. V 5 -, , sr-V, M, 6 rl , , mx . ,y'fqgg'qvf ' , . N '- ?5liZ3G?f,'L':'Xf2Qff5SgB'e .N P - ' 5' an wk, ' W N53 Wi, f Q S ,:f"5?f ,-zflfim' 5? iff' ' 4 ' ,. - K g J V ,. ,-, . g ' r J! , -L grwmxwgwwgzgvf A ' Y V l ,?,.,,gggg.s,,,5.e,,Q?f,gF1, ZW ,gf W . .ua y, V, Q, .xx 7? Q .QL , ,N,,,.wN,.,, My , QJI iiappa Dbl 1986 1987 Unlhusln Starr Iollrgr 1 fy.: . , I ma Alpha Epsllon ,gi ""':,zs, HV f EK ' "wi 1 'Y' .. it .., -i 3 4: X y me .. J . C 4- """"""-wpf CD' Xlofms qw x , 'Q 1 Q . my ' of . 'kb I . T? , ,1 5 fx -1: gi M E 3 .. A , 1' X ,I 7' li ,. Q9 .T ,, , ,. v- ' 1,4 r' ,af rf was H ' 5' " ,F ' MMU-R9,3wAf!,.L.l 3315.5 999 993993999 u N i , V ,,, W , F, W L , , Imax tal aglgllagllgll GEORGIA SIGMA gg , , ,,, W 4 was um? V ,, ,,, 3989 9' 33 3 1919119191 9121119 QT111l1'L11' . 9 V 993999 5 9 nigmmmwmmiigmn Q Q 9 9 f 2 Q 9 9 V 9 99 'M 99 Q Q 9 Emil!!! Kappa Epsilon AU APPA E P Q -4-U 'lr ij-4 NEIL-as-, ' dl- in-. -3' wiv. p .gif if ni 1 g 1, ,E.,,,,,.. - .. W D . 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Orgamzatnons Ui W u ull .4- u . ffm V, V Iwi-re ,, -, ,p1'fE-LS'QQiQ!i'ff,fg,i.,'' .,Q:e,IgQ,L415 1, 1 H .,,,' .A,jQg1'v,,g 114 ' ' ,I A1 45- , wwf , 'J' vu '-wail!" ..,sv'f' . ff - . slifffx-',"Vb1s1i'v'wfife"f " ' .wytflwmglfizWffffi, .jggfx W ,4 nf ,,, .1 Wev,p?51?f2.,'f'i'ilff2 ,.::W"V f,- ,Y ,I ,,,,ff4i' .U4 ,Ju , ' "f"' -1 4' f 5 ' ..5,m, Quai" "" 0,11 1' ""-.,s??ffi".Q,,W ,.,aLt7?3' ,Qi ,W ,vE2""'vnI: --" "5" 77 V 1 ,f,251,, V ' Az' 'w'.,gyIIf' ms' ' ., H , , H, M H ' s H r U' ,gn 15 'HH IW" w- ,,:-mm: 11' Mwailzff -fm' , r , ww A ...,1.u4,l 'ku '. lv, ' 5-g1:.,LQ:fg',.. 4 I 02 34"-ur N ' , M sa .. , mln ,,f.n ., M u 5 H35 ' ' 'ig 2f'?'3,:1 VA G' - ,I P 'Y' -,ffm wg "M A 'G' qnnw My K 'wblif l:?EiZ2QiL15QV,12,ns!' , M .,: 11,3 , MW! ., Jgiwl Q Q f' , va' Lf. f -JY ' ' I 'fwfi' X f1a.'11:ei1"'f .li ' ' 1 L f"' 1 , Y if ' ,, J , mmm n 3 I 17 L ' 5 11 wk H' ffl. Wg, ' ' N M711 .V H 4: '-311: " fn ', ,. "' N, ,I-'I F2182 Xa! Avg A al. 'ffl " I . .M W ' Sm ,Q 1 , .1 1 f A , fa fel .gf- wig, 15:1 E 'Ki 'I 4 ,, JEL "-.Av t A "-. 'ba '93 ,q, II vf mf ' ,nf M - I 1 .N nl N 'N gummy. M., . ' N "Qif2f'T' H1 ' X-1"""" ' , . ..n.Ml? 5' Jun? ' "1i9PQl1srf ri" M. 1. x 4 ,.,-md!! wb f f .-nwn . 2 ff-fx' fwsident Hugh C t- -it 9 n Bailey fb, i Mr. .45 ' Vw Admum-,tration H' Q! W lf? Dr. Malcolm Rainey Vice President For Student Affairs 45 Dr. Jerry Hardee Assistant To The President ' f a? r rff1'f'1fi"' 4.5" ,Qt 1S8,f'Admin1StratiOn YI Alumni Relations H .- Auxiliary Services WWlfmav.uw14'lsimxqm.mw . M., ,snu- xi. . ,-M, l Q 'NF If , f -Q 'll Aclministrationf159 R Registrars Office i 1,1 , AV A . - 'Q ,I ' 'fibs X ' M3 .'gV"Qf. iff, U -'fu ,, , it X TPTRK 'V M F R K fi' i i ..,-,- W R Karen Shepard, Recorder Arthur Bostock, Registrar ...Q-""""M ,4 Dj 1:5 Lara Seaton, Assistant Registrar Ellen Roy, Data Entry Clerk Student Affairs 3 QQ, ' f,f'..2w Kenneth U. Ferfell Vice Presudent his cf' - 'Gy 4-1.-.y Janet Duckman Secretary -1- 1 3' fig fan 6'f?f." 'n ' A 1 v Q .fa K- W ,I ' ' , K 4 -A ,, M-HW? S, I . V jo. 1 IJ 'l ,ff , ,' 963- J. if 1'- li: " 5 i In James E. Bumgarner, Jr. Associate Dean of Students ' ,- '. r X U ff' 9' - f X 4 N wif. ? 1 ix, 'A ,z ,.. '19 ' :fn ' V .- Q",- ,yav V gafggm.. 1 ' l cf, 5 nk, Alean Payton Secretary w if I' 1 ,I J..- . 'R ... eq'- qi-in 'r' '-fr Q, 'Ry' F I' Student Affairs Career Development and Placement V9 Q Don Corson Director of Career Development and Placement --... iv F 7 I H., ' H Winifred Collins Career Development Specialist 4 .Ml I I I .mv wr i s Y 21, 1. -A I i i ,.. 1 I 1 7 41' 'r iii fli ,--N , lv Lisa Cooper Secretary l -WT' :fi DA N dent Affairs ' - 8 S L ' I v -1 - usp 'F' qi I I' N ,lg . as-U. P Q Ii li' .,,, Mary J, Barron, Testing Officer A ,,g..' tx W U 's 'fi' f Ms-4 mx' gd' -aim Student Activities: Renee Turner, Secretary, Ann Lacey, Program Director 1 'L ..,..........f. .... .. - 9 un-4 ..-- -A mg. Q-on '--f- - ' 'N-1 Il , vs 1' v Lon Oluver, Panhellemc Advnsor Claude Rampley, Placement Secretary 164 ,,rNr' Adrmmstratlon 5 Mft P95 0 O O 'O N 7 DJ '22 4 N fn O. C N DJ 'Z O 9 ffl 3, 5 U OJ S. in U7 N N 5 N FP DJ '1 Z4 U O D 'U O! 7 X NLD Q 3 N O l'f O :1 Q O 2. OJ T O 'C NO. Job Developer . I Y. ng VV -4" El ,, E Q, if at -ef 5": , 'l"r1,7 P . hu, We .f', ?3 , as ' l 4 , ' ,Q , John Hansen, Director of Intramurals anti Janice Coffee, Developmental Studies Dr. Joseph Daniels, Developmental Studies 4 Administrationf165 Gi' -'Iii ro in -3. 5. ,. I 4 ll lil ll " -KFQ 'pur- Student Affairs Counseling Center Dr, Vrctor Morgan, Director 1 46 ""N,!' Faye Altman, Counselor Dr. John Grotgen, Counselor 1ooyAdmnnlstratuon 1 School Cf The Arts Music 1 ff-'ian U U - 1v'.' ,TY-VU lYL'11Qy,A'2'g,.,f,gil! 4' ' "FN-My ' 'g,, ,-.wwf Emi 'MQ s 1 L R Duane Wang, Stacey Rodgers, Webster Teague, Ken Knrk, Ruth Susson, Ed Barr, John Huxford, Neal O'Neal, Carol Mlkkelsen, David Moms, Davnd Johnson, David Mulls, Boo Greenhall 108 Adrnnnnstratuon Y, 'IV I I an School Cf Arts 851Sciences fe if Y' ....f!N'K if Biology 3 ff' .. -an k ' V, John Upchurch, Dean rc 3 ' Q s rf, 5' Q 1 FF. S ' ' lr N M 4 4 In Q x P 1 Q 'P' V' A ' 6 ,A x , Msg' Q. , f. wdlf Q 5 I 5 A , li- x Q, . N, fm' NN 3 'Q-.u ff- -- i -Q-X535 'tx 5 Front Row L-R: Ed Sheeley, Richard Carter, Elizabeth Bechtel, Wayne Faircloth CDept. Headb, Second Rowe Dr. Schmittner, Bradley Bergstrom, William Fridges, Harris West. Third Row: Walter Brannon, Hugh McEntyre, Dennis Bogyo, Bill Cribos. i 'i.. ll Modern Foreign Language Front Row: Prof. Eneida Crider, and Dr. Sandra Walker, Second Row1 Prof. Moses Hardin, Prof, J. Grady Lacy, Dr. Dennis Hale Q CDept. Headb, Dr, Peter Epps, .rt Qi " -.,, ,,, ' .8 1 ' 4yu'JT3'Y1,' 4.1,-' . Q ' my ,, I 5 0 . -'J 6 N, A gd L 'A-jg J r ' F . Z 1 ,' .f .' ' M 4 f 1 ,T"'5fff A 15i,,,3:ngg' . Y A ' if' , F". ' 'gi ,af f , .' 1 ,. P. it-2. s.FA , ,. A 'Eiga , A A ?r'fq - X I - , .P 42 A Q 'Ly ,fs .fi -I ' , .lx . U If , Q 30 . '-1 - P . ff 1 A 'A ' Q fl ' Q' g L X A Q 4 91 F 'Q ' I Ln I 'W 1 A H 'ffs'ffQ , ui E s - .fc - Q..-3l""1'-' A -1- f-1, 3' ,- -. --"Lake ,I--5.1 - , ,xg 'ws -3 .r.a.:f:-c-Q-gs-,az 3: . U 'x x 1 :gg . 4 kv' if-ti V 1: P " Wu" X x -...Q 1 . ga Q. Q di 1. Jim Hill, Ron Barnette CDept. Headb, Raymond Peace, Bill Frierson , I Physics, Astronomy, and Geology Front Row L-R: Dr. Jones, Dr. Somners, Dr. Daughdrill, Dr. Leake, Dr. Marks, Back Row: Dr. Rumstay, Dr. Cook, Dr. Little, Dr. Flagherty, Admnnrstrationf171 Math And Com uter Science Front Row LR Ashok Kumar, Carolynn Kub- inski, Betty Bridges fSecretaryl, Mary Hopper, Randall Hicks, Second Row John Samaras, Barry Flannery, Rooert Moore, Roger Lamprey. Back Row John Schleusner fDept Headh, Joseph Gore, Thomas Dart, Said Fares, David Boyd Front Row L-R: Louis Brown, Annetta Cope- land, Bernie Patterson, Back Row: Zug Standing Bear, Steve Childs, Unidentified, Unidentified, John Curtis. 179 ,,," 'Administration Nursing P' v Division of Aerospace Studies Ad t r X173 i i s Lsssfs F D Toth, Dean ' - , ,1,,...---11111- 1,--:ali School Cf , ., fi-if-,,, N - . gf-5, 1,4 , ,, lWZf'4i'fQ . ii'--if -I M f X 74 I f.,' Q- . Health, Physical Eclucation, 84 Athletics I 9 i Ms. Catherine Price Dr, Robbie Strickland Dr. Earl Swank Dr. Jay Whitesell Ms. Margie Tedders Dr. Elmer Ellis Dr. William Frech Dr. George Deavours Dr . Tom Reed Dr, Robert Hull Dr. Richard Uhlir Dr. Julia Lee Ms. Mary Teresa O'SuIlivan Ms. Diane Andrew CSeatedD Administration,175 Jill' QQ' 1',-""m NJ DJ fx Afvflhiyk 'J 1?-P -'Y-V' ill' nu. ,,,,- "J QPU- '- J 5,.lJQ,,,, - 'J -' xpfj-. 113- ...Ll ,, q u 'AFI' ' UDVEBT nm ,m-p.,::vcwl'Y' - .' tiff' lf!"-3 FQFV, E! , U A, r -gf.-9 'IAA And Finance Management 84 Information Systems tf'i E Ji f ' it iatilif lj A a i ir E N' Q , ' N 1 w ' --sfvivi x Y . ,t . ., cf M inlvsvllaav'-1 ' 1 5 f 9' , 1 ix N N, 1 . 2 -' f Q Q tt 1 t 'fa Q ', X . L . - 1 t v 4 V ' 4 at - at wt rf f ,- gd fyifist A if , 1 A . Y Q., I Marketing 84 Economics Admmlstratlonf177 , M. 4,3 K..-1, Oki . cl ' A 1' it " 'fi K1 I' dl , ' '-J L7 'va ji qs' ,fs M, . - -o 5 1 Z' ' "' rp., R - -r '- O Q "" I nu, iz i wax J Z, ' -V. 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Q10 ,e' Closmg 1906- ml! c v at K- xx f X , 1 1 1 81 . - 0 ,F 1986 'H' 'F ,fl ' Always to the Halls Returning, Dear old V.S.C. ' si ff? lf 'V' CIosm3fQ1i hui """' Alma Mater rf"'f'E The we honor Praises never fail MQN NWN NM! 5-N-i"'y qw- KWSN! 1 1 ' . at .' .M U I xt f 1 Q 91'2fCIosmg TA STM' hs-:.v-T' ,.., For thy fame shall Never perish ,, Red and Black - All hail! SGW' E Lui GE .,,.a,p.--Ml!li""""' Clos 31213 '41 ' . 4, 45. Q -we 'T .9 fa J I, if H4322 J' . Valdosta State College Valdosta, Georgia 31698 June 9, 1987 Mr. Bob Geiger, Editor Milestones Valdosta State College Dear Mr. Geiger: This is to inform you that because there vere no applications submitted for editor of the Milestones for fiscal year 1987-88, the Student Activity Fee Budget Committee voted not to Tund that budget. You should monitor your present budget very closely to insure that you do not exceed the current years allocation. I look forward to seeing the Milestones this year. Sincerely, 3 A errell Chairman xc: Dr. Hugh C. Bailey, President Members, Student Activity Fee Budget Committee A Unit of the University System of Georgia and an Equal Opportunity Employer Apathy Killed The Milestones I read a sign once that said "I used to be apathetic. Now I just don't careI" How tragic, I thought. How could anyone be so insensitive? The more I thought about it, the more I came to realize that "I don't care" could easily be the motto for VSC. For example, how many people, students and faculty members, support VSC's athletic teams? Admittedly atten- dance goes up during a winning season, but when it comes right down to dollars and cents, how many students get their money's worth out of paying quarterly athletics fees? Similarly, what about support for the weekly activities sponsored by the Campus Activities Board? How many times has the C.A.B. held a recreational activity such as a Monopoly tournament, or volleyball match, only to have no one turn up to participate? During 1987 the C.A.B. sponsored no less than four "Happy Hours" in the Blazer Cafe. On each occasion only a handful of students attended. The shame of it all is that a lot of time and money Cprovided by Student Activities Fees? went into providing top-of-the-line entertainment for everyone's enjoyment. For the most part, the Tuesday night "Happy Hours" were wasted efforts. Very few people attended, and as a result the chances of bringing such talent back to our cam- pus looks rather dim. In a time where budgets are being trimmed, departments are held more accountable for expendi- tures. So too, it is apathy which has murdered the Milestones. I say murdered because the yearbook's demise was a deliber- ate, calculated measure. I know, because for two years as edi- tor I witnessed all the signs of homicide. I observed apathy on behalf of the students at VSC as only 450 students, out of a total population that exceeds 6000, had their pictures taken for the 1986-1987 Milestones. I also witnessed indifference on behalf of the administra- tion when I pleaded to have the "yearbook seminar" orga- nized into a class with a regular meeting time, and an instructor. I was told that as editor it was my responsibility to take care of any troubles facing the Milestones, and that any such reor- ganization, although it was supported, would be "a lot of trou- bIe" because there was a lack of classroom space and instruc- tors to teach such a course. I could go on and on, but now that the end has come for the Milestones I would like to thank the small group of dedicat- ed individuals who have made this final issue of the Milestones possible: Thanks go out to Joseph and Barbara Miller for all the wonderful sports photos. Also to Brian Duke and John Trotter for the photographic assistance. A very special thank you goes out to Dina Hale, who was the only section editor who did not let me down. When I needed something done I could always count on Dina not to miss a deadline. Thanks to Mr. Bill Baker of Walsworth publishing who gave me the motivation I needed when the yearbook started falling apart, and turned into a one- man-show. As I close out this section let me encourage the students at VSC to push for the re-activation of the Milestones. The Mi- Iestones, as well as The Spectator, Odradek, and WVVS are funded by your Student Activities Fees. Let the people in charge of your money know how you want it to be spent. It is your right to do so. And if you agree that there should be no yearbook, then that is an opinion which I respect. FINIS. WALSWORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY ARIPIINI' 'WINNHINI I NA 10 2" i win 1 ? 'Uk . Q. fs, .gl 4 I Q' .1 a. .I


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