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The 1992 REVEILLE 

Mississippi State University 
Mississippi State, MS 39762 



Michael Hobby 

Editor in Chief 




Joy Leggett 

Managing Editor 



David Farrish 

Photography Editor 



Dr. Eddie Keith 

Advisor 











Staff Photographers: Allee Anderson, Demmie Blanco, Greg Maze, 
G. Bradley Moore, Robert Rivera, Faraz Rizvi. Courtesy photos 
from Sports Information, Fred Faulk and Public Relations, and 
Darrell McAllister of Film Graphics of Columbus, MS. 




Life 



p.14 



Life deals with campus events as well as world events. Boris Yeltsin, the new 
Russian leader, to the January 1992 blizzard are all covered in life. 
Edited by Michel Crane and Charity Scott. Staff: Letha Black, Jay Jones, and 
Corrine Leyden. 



Sports 



p.68 



Sports highlights the athletic teams on campus. Jackie Sherrill's first season 

and Liberty Bowl appearance to the track and nationally ranked tennis team 

members — all can be found in sports. 

Edited by Mark Burr and Allegra Ford. Staff: Allee Anderson and John 

Davis. 



Limelight 



p. 126 



Limelight captures MSU students at their best. Beauties as well as Mr. and Ms 
MSU and Who's Who are spotlighted in limelight. 

Edited by Dinah Batson and Kenna Durham. Assisted by Maria Keithly and 
Denise McDonald. Staff: Traci Dartez. 



Academics 



p.158 



Academics highlights each school on campus. It introduces the entire uni- 
versity community to areas of interest within each school also. 
Edited by Laura Weihing. Staff: Mary Jakway, Kevin Lewis, Christy Mullen, 
and Aimee Wade. 



Organizations p. 180 

"Bulldogs Involved" could be another name for this section. The involve- 
ment of the student body in nearly 300 organizations is overwhelming. 
Edited by Shelli Hodges and Jana Roby. Staff: Tory Beneke, Yeneena Lewis, 
and Kim King. 



Classes 



p.288 



Am I in there? I can't believe I ever wore that. What a do. I went out with her 

once I think?! This is the section that will probably be the most analyzed in 

the years to come. Remembering who you were and how you got to where 
you are in the future — class pictures will be topics of conversation for years 
to come. 

Edited by Maria Keithley and Denise McDonald. Staffs Nicole Allensworth, 
Delarie Henderson, Clare Kaplan, BePnda Underwood, Chiquitta Walton. 




Left; Keo Coleman raises the Egg Bowl trophy after defeating arch rival Olc Miss. Below left The Mad Dawgs, the first ever kickoff team of non-scholarship athletes 
at Mississippi State, are(l to r): Purvie. Green, Kevin McQuary, Matt Reese, Walter Bain, Michael Crawley, Clint Thornton, Ira Jones, Kevin Kolka, Chad Grosscup, 
and (in center) Les Strickland. Below; The Mad Dawgs could be spotted warming up before each game by the unique logo worn on their sleeves. 

All photos by David Far risk 



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tarpon and White. . . These are more than just school colors. They 
lent many different things to each and everyone of us. Maroon and 
are symbols of the memories of MSU. W T e relished the thrill of 
victory with a new gathering of football coaches who showed the light to 
113 young hopefuls who have finally found that you can be a winner at 
Mississippi State. We remember the feeling of pulverizing Ole Miss. How 
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We saw the student body rally to defend its position on key issues 
affecting us, such as the seating proposal and the priorities and 
planning committee. Best of all, this year we have learned to think 
for ourselves, express our opinions, and not allow ourselves 
idly by and watch the world have its way with us. 

These positive moments of the past year helped pull us thr< 
the not so good times that always arise when we least expect it. 
untimely death of Rodney Stowers grabbed each of us. Let's 
look at 




Opposite: Art students at State are the future visionaries 
of our nation, photo by David Farrish Left: Studying at the 
gathering park between McCool and the Union offers a 
beautiful, breezy alternative to the residence hall, photo 
by David Farrish Below: Chad McDaniel relaxes after a 
warm summer's day outing. Physically challenged stu- 
dents bring an uplifting spirit to MSU. photo by David 
Williams 



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Left: The torrential spring rains are 

common, but they bring a welcome 

refreshing feeling to MSU. Below: 

The Chapel Of Memories and the 

Bell Tower, constructed from the 

bricks of Old Main dormitory, are 

centrally located so the beautiful 

music can be heard campus wide. 

Opposite: MSU, being originally an 

agricultural university, is known for 

its magnificent landscaping. The 

campus bakery provides good food 

as well as a great view, all fikotos by 

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iney Stowers and feel the grief that an event like this threate 
to make heavy our hearts. Let's look to Stowers and see not a you] 
man, but. a spirit. A spirit that we should strive to attain. To the 
who knew him, he was a caring gentle giant whose spirit \\ 
hopefully guide us all in the years to come. 

On an even larger scale, this year we feel danger lurking behii 
every corner. The threat of bureaucrats whose "good ole bo 
politics have left our stptc'f- monies 'r ;-" ' /''■'. 

reality. Mississippi State, as well as the other institutions of higher 
learning, isbeing forced to cut programs and stretch every penny to 
well beyond what can even remotely be justified. Do not let this 



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things are astir; change 
air. We will make a difference. 
Maroon and White. . . These memories nev 
er fade. Memories of our vears at State are 
some of our most prized possessions. They are 
ours to keep and no one can rob us of them. 'j«| 
must look back often to remember the good 
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another in times of pride and 
of sorrow. Our beliefs and feeli 
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courage to speak loud; we are wor 
being heard. This is what we 

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Opposite top: Fraternities and 
sororities at MSU had con- 
tests for free pizza parties at 
every pep rally, photo by Da- 
vid Farrish Opposite bottom: 
Tailgate parties are as much 
a tradition as football on Sat- 
urday afternoons during the 
fall. No matter where one 
looked, hamburgers, hot- 
/ dogs, or chicken could be 
found with a friendly face at 
the grill, photo by Robert Ri- 
vera Below: Spirit at the an- 
nual Egg Bowl was boiling 
over,: We all knew deep in 
our souls that Jackie and the 
guys were not going to let us 
down, photo by G. Bradley 
Moore Left: Mississippi State 
fans come in all ages and 
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Edited by 
Michel Crane and 
Charity Scott 



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The future 
of the Soviet 
Union is 
uncertain 
after a failed 
coup attempt 
results in 
breakaway 
republics 
and a plan 
for a new 
organization 
of the nation 




The End 



of the 

USSR 

As We 

Know 
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On August 9, 1991, Soviet Vice-President Yanayev re- 
placed President Gorbachev for reasons stated as 
Gorbachev's "inability to perform his duties" due to un- 
specified health problems, according to a Tass news agency 
broadcast. What actually happened was what will go down 
in history as the Russian Coup. 

This coup turned bloody on August 21 as several civilians 
were shot in Moscow. The Russian people rallied behind 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin calling an end to the Krem- 
lin dictatorship. This resulted in two coup leaders resigning 
giving the cause of illness. Then, word was spread that 
President and Mrs. Gorbachev were actually arrested by 
KGB secret police trying to board the official jet in Moscow, 
revealing the coup attempt. 

The people prevailed, and on August 22, millions of 
Russians celebrated the overthrow of the hard-line com- 
munist coup, pronouncing Boris Yeltsin as the nation's 
hero. President Gorbachev returned to Moscow that day 
after the collapse of the coup. The next day, Gorbachev 
revealed all about his three days as a prisoner. Gorbachev 
also purged the coup leaders, regardless of position and 
named new political leaders in numerous positions. This 
resulted in the arrest and suicide of several coup leaders. 
Shortly afterwards, Gorbachev resigned from the Com- 
munist Party and officially disbanded the group. 

— J a y J ones 




On August 26, after a meeting between 
Yeltsin and Gorbachev, a sharing of au- 
thority was arranged between the two, ex- 
panding Yeltsin's powers. Yeltsin proposed 
radical new changes for the crumbling So- 
viet Union. Some of the changes included a 
restructuring of the media by eliminating 
communist party services, recognition of 
independence-minded republics, and an 
agreement with Gorbachev providing for 
one to succeed the other should anything, 
like another coup attempt, occur. 

Independence-minded Soviet republics 



took the opportunity offered by the failed 
coup and resulting political reforms to 
make a strong push for independence. On 
August 24, the Ukraine declared its in- 
dependence, subject to a December 1 ref- 
erendum. The very next day, Byelorussia 
declared its independence, following the 
Ukraine and Baltic republics' lead. By Au- 
gust 26, France, Norway, Denmark, and 
Iceland recognized the independence of 
the Baltic states (Estonia, Lithuania, and 
Latvia). The Russian Republic, the largest 
and most populous republic, had been con- 
tinually drawing strength and authority 
from the central government since the 
coup attempt, and was in a position to form 
its own alliance of sovereign states. 

President Bush recognized the inde- 
pendence of the Baltic republics and ex- 
tended diplomatic relations to them on 
September 2. By September 10, the Krem- 
lin had officially granted independence to 
all three Baltic republics. 

By September 3, after many former com- 
munist leaders' statues were dismantled, a 
plan for a new union surfaced, calling for a 
loose confederation of sovereign nations. 
This was the result of the cry of many 
republics wanting independence. At the 
end of 1991, the Soviet Union is still in the 
process of trying to restructure itself. 
— Jay Jones 




All photos courtesy of RM Photo Service, In 



Wars, 
Wars, 




and 
Rumors 
of Wars 




On June 25, 1991, Croatia and 
Slovenia, two republics of Yugo- 
slavia declared their independ- 
ence, leaving only the republic of 
Serbia under the banner of Yu- 
goslavia. Fighting resulted in an 
onslaught of violence considered 
a civil war. The fighting between 
the Serbian-dominated Yugoslav 
army and Croatian nationalists 
has continued through several 
cease-fire agreements. 



The Yugoslavian civil war be- 
gins shortly after another major 
war, The Persian Gulf War, 
ended. After what will go down 
in history as the "Hundred Hour 
War," the Allied ground offen- 
sive into Iraq and Kuwait, Iraq 
surrendered to the promise of 
United Nations cease-fire. 
Kuwaitis returned to their home- 
land to find it in ruins. 
— Jay Jones 



All photos courtesy of RM Photo Service, Inc. 



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The 



Struggle 




One positive outcome of the Persian 
Gulf War, other than the defeat of the 
Iraqis, was a renewed desire to establish 
a lasting peace in the Middle East. A 
conference consisting of Arab and Is- 
raeli leaders was planned, with United 
States and United Nations officials pre- 
siding. 

Most of the Arab leaders were willing 
to participate in these talks, but most of 



them wanted leaders from the Pales- 
tinian Liberation Organization attend- 
ing, something Israeli officials refused 
to comply with. Finally, on October 20, 
Israel agreed to join its Arab neighbors 
in a peace conference in Madrid. 

The goals of this conference was es- 
tablishing a lasting peace in the Middle 
East. This consisted of several items, 
including the following: recognition by 



Arab nations of Israel's right to exist as 
a sovereign nation, restoration of Pal- 
estinian homelands controlled by Israel 
since the Arab-Israeli wars, and ar- 
rangements for airspace, border, and 
maritime controls between Israel and 
neighboring Arab nations. 
— Jay Jones 



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After having a heart pacemaker im- arose with allegations against him. 

planted September 6, former Su- On October 6, Anita Hill, a law 

preme Court Justice Thurgood Mar- professor at the University of Okla- 

shall, left an empty seat on the homa accused Thomas of sexual har- 

Supreme Court. Former Appeals assment when she served as his as- 

Court Judge Clarence Thomas was sistant in Washington from 1981- 

nominated for the position, to the dis- 1983. She went before the media with 

may of the Democrats. these allegations on October 8. This 

On September 10, the most historic provoked additional Senate hearings 

Senate confirmation hearings in re- where Hill met Thomas on October 

cent times began. In these hearings, 11. Thomas denied all of Hill's al- 

Thomas was continually questioned legations and the much-publicized tri- 

concerning his views on abortion to al dragged-on for days. Clarence 

which he continually refused to reveal Thomas was confirmed to his Su- 

these views. His uncertain platform preme Court position in spite of these 

became even more unstable a few allegations, 

weeks later as a former employee — Jay Jones 



The American Economic Roller Coaster 



Unemployment 

Inflation 

Bankruptcy 




Trading was very active on the New 
York Stock Exchange throughout 1991. 
This was mainly due to the roller-coaster- 
like economy. In 1991, we saw record 
highs of the Dow Jones Industrial Av- 
erage, primarily as a result of the allied 
victory over Iraq in the Persian Gulf 
War. But, as predicted by economists and 
the natural business cycle, the U. S. sank 
deep into recession, which was worsened 
by the oil price increase caused by the 
Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. 

At the end of 1991, with unemploy- 
ment high and markets uncertain, the 
recession continued to grip the U. S. Al- 
though top economists say the recession 
is over, and progress is certain in 1992, 
the American people are still convinced 
that the nation is in recession and are 
refusing to spend money. This fact is 
being used by the Democratic party to 
lower President Bush's approval rating 
and increase hopes for the nation's first 
Democratic president in twelve years. 
Signs of future economic recovery in- 
clude record-low inflation and interest 
rates. 
— Jay Jones 



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The years 1991 and 1992 
were full of surprises and 
disappointments. There is 
no way we could capture 
the spirits of the these 
years, but we can record 
the events that made his- 
tory ... or at least the head- 
lines. This list is only par- 
tial, but maybe it will 
refresh your memory 
enough to recall the high- 
lights. 

Garth Brooks was the first 
country performer to have 
a song hit number one on 
the pop charts as well as 
the country charts. 

Yasir Arafat, PLO leader, 
married his twenty-eight 
year old secretary. 

Presidential Chief of 
Staff, Sinunu, was asked to 
resign his position because 
of his misuse of privileges. 

The ancient city of Ubar 
was discovered with the 
help of infrared photos tak- 
en by the space shuttle. 

Artist Christo created an- 
other environmental sculp- 
ture by planting twenty 
foot umbrellas in California 
and Japan. 




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Both photos by Kim Palmer. 

Ray Mabus defeated Jack Reed in the 
1987 elections to become the governor 
from 1988 to 1992. During those four 
years many exciting and disappointing 
things happened. Mabus had a difficult 
time agreeing with the state legislature. He 
also had a controversy with his Adjutant 
General over a land dispute and took away 
his power for two years. On a more per- 
sonal and happy note, he and his wife had a 
baby girl. He was even voted one of the ten 
most sexiest men of America. 



A Historic Change 



The 1991-1992 school year 
found itself with two different 
governmental leaders in the state. 
In November 1991, Mississippi 
citizens elected the first repub- 
lican governor in 117 years. He 
pushed Ray Mabus out of this po- 
sition, which, ironically was the 
first time that a Mississippi gov- 
ernor could seceed himself. 
The campaign contained a great 
deal of mudslinging between the 
two parties, not only in the gu- 
bernatorial race, but all the way 
down the ladder. 
Eddie Briggs and incumbent 
Brad Dye were fighting for the 
Lieutenant-Governor's position. 
When Fordice and Briggs were 
declared the winners, most peo- 
ple were just glad that the mud- 
slinging was finished — at least 
for a few years. 



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Kirk Fordice's cam- 
paign highlighted the 
fact that he was just a 
common man like 
everyone else, not a 
politician. His career 
has been construction 
contracting based in 
Vicksburg. He em- 
phasized his leader- 
ship experience, and 
voters obviously liked 
it. 

Fordice's first few 
months in office were 
a learning experience. 
Many of his state- 
ments were misunder- 
stood by the public, 
and he found himself 
explaining his mean- 
ings. 

Only time will tell how 
effective his leader- 
ship qualities are. 



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On October 7, 1991, a report 
was released by the Priorities and 
Planning Committee. This com- 
mittee was formed in April to 
create university changes in re- 
sponse to budget cuts. After 
researching and evaluating con- 
siderable sums of information, 
the committee produced a report. 
The report proposed the elimi- 
nation of fourteen academic de- 
partments and almost thirty ma- 
jors. If adopted, these changes 
would be phased in over a three 
to five year period. 

Although mistakes were found 
later, this proposal stirred up con- 
troversy as well as emotion 
among concerned faculty and stu- 
dents. Many were angered with 










its drastic cuts and chose to voice 
their opinions in several rallies 
which were mostly in support of 
higher education. 




photo by Robert Rivera 







photo by Robert Rivera 

Many students believe that 

the problems go much deeper 
than the university level. Most 
blame the legislature in Jackson 
for lacking to adequately fund 
higher education. Shannon 
Nunnelle stated that these ral- 
lies were organized to show our 
government that students are 
concerned. 

Along with the rallies, stu 



dents found many original ways 
to exhibit their opinions. All 
across campus signs, fliers, and 
even sidewalk art were visual 
messages of the general atmos- 
phere of emotion. 
— Denise McDonald 




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Going 
Unnoticed 

"Doing business 
with us." 

The Telecom Console operations is a service di- 
vision of the campus telephone exchange Tel- 
ecommunication®. Console operators are available 
for all campus directory assistance or dialing in- 
structions needed by Telecom customers. The op- 
erators' jobs consist of sitting before a computer 
terminal, inputting the given information and giv- 
ing the caller the information he or she needs. 
The console operators usually receive anywhere 
from 2000 to 3000 calls per day, most of which 
deals with directory assistance. These people are 
rarely seen other than at their computer termi- 
nals. They are, however a very integral part of the 
overall MSU communications network. 

"On time, on target, leaders of 
steel." 

Being commander of MSU's cannon battalion 
means a large amount of responsibility and com- 
mitment. This falls on the shoulders of Reserve 
Officer's Training Corp (ROTC) Cadet Andrew 
Allen. The Bulldog Battery fires "Daisy Jane" at 
all home football games as well as at the annual 
Veteran's Day Retreat Ceremony and the Old 
Waverly Golf Tournament in West Point. The 
squadron consists of fifteen members and requires 
a group of five cadets and one NCO per activity. 
Each year the Bulldog Battery performs in a pa- 
triotic halftime ceremony where it fires approx- 
imately fourteen rounds in fifty seconds. The can- 
non was affectionately named "Daisy Jane" after 
two of the former commanders' girlfriends, 
"Daisy" and "Jane." The cannon's history of ac- 
tion includes use in World War II and in Africa in 
1944. Captain Curry, Army ROTC cadre com- 
mander of the Bulldog Battery states that the crew 
holds a common philosophy: "safety first, time 
second." Although competitive excellence is im- 
portant, the safety of the cadets always 
takes priority. 

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"Custodians, Keeping us 
happy. . ." 

Do we ever notice those who have come 
before us and made living in an area 
more livable? These are the people that 
we see only occasionally. We encounter 
them sweeping the several flights of 
stairs in The Union or maybe vacuum- 
ing the residence halls. These are the 
people who go day by day silently clean- 



ing up after that insensitive guy that left 
his candy wrapper on the couch. Some 
how we assume that those large trash 
cans empty themselves and that the 
puddles of water outside the shower 
curtain magically evaporate. These are 
the people whose occupation is to make 
us happier where we live and to keep 
the campus facilities attractive for vis- 
itors. Hey, bravo people, bravo. 





pi Get your 
veggies! 

Where besides home do you get 
vegetables? You can't really find 
them at Mazzio's or Gooch's. There- 
fore, the last resort is the cafeteria. 
So. . .say we notice the vegetables. 
Do we ever notice whose cooking 
them? Do we realize how hot the 
kitchens get when cooking is going 
on relatively constantly? These peo- 
ple deal with the ornery, the impa- 
tient, and the indecisive yet are never 
even noticed for their patience. Next 
time you leave your gum stuck to the 
tray, think about who has to get it 
off. . .someone who hardly deserves 
it. 

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Intramural sports are a 
big part of student life at 
Mississippi State. They not 
only provide breaks from 
school work, but give stu- 
dents a chance to meet 
new people and get in- 
volved in sports that inter- 
est them. 

Students enjoy many dif- 
ferent intramural sports 
such as flag football, bas- 
ketball, ping pong, volley- 
ball, softball, water polo, 
darts, plus other stimulat- 
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Each year, students look forward to 
the annual Halloween Carnival that is 
sponsored by Campus Activities 
Board. This year, the event occurred 
on October 29, and as has been for the 
past ten years, it was a success. 
Booths are set up by different organ- 
izations after paying a small entrance 
fee. The activities range from the ex- 
pected apple-bobbing to the unusual 
egg-drop. Each student buys tickets at 
the carnival and turns one in every time 
he or she participates in an activity. 
The proceeds are donated to the Unit- 
ed Way. 



Tradition is strong on 
the MSU campus, whether 
it be attending football 
games in the fall or turn- 
ing out for Derby Day in 
the Spring. Some State 
traditions are as simple as 
ganging up with friends 
and walking to the foot- 
ball game, or gathering 
around the parameters of 
the stadium to tail-gate 
with the family. Other tra- 
ditions go deeper than 
that. The superstitions of 
rubbing President Lee's 
nose directly at midnight 
before exams brings hope 
to hundreds of students 
each semester. 

Driving to All-Good's 
all-night store has become 
a tradition among the 
MSU students when tak- 
inga a study break at three 
o'clock in the morning. 
Several organizations 
sponsor activities each 
year that have become 
classic traditions, such as 
Sigma Chi's Derby Day, 
United Way's Halloween 
Carnival, and Lambda Chi 



What It Takes 
To Be A Bulldog 



Alpha's Watermelon 
Fest. Pageants have 
been tradition all across 
Mississippi, and MSU is 
no exception. The Miss 
MSU pageant has been 
held for the past forty- 
three years sending the 



winner to the Miss Missis- 
sippi pageant held in 
Vicksburg. 

Sessums Hall has a 
unique tradition to say the 
least. Every year on its an- 
niversary, the freshman 
guys streak to the drill 




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field, tag the flag pole, and 
return to their residence 
hall. This tradition is 
known as the "Flag Pole 
Flop." Unfortunately, or 
thank goodness, depend- 
ing on how you look at it, 
the police watch out for 
these guys- and if they get 
caught they're in big trou- 
ble. 

Possibly the most well- 
known tradition on the 
Mississippi State campus 
involves the cowbell. Our 
cowbell stands for every- 
thing we stand for. It 
stands above the pom- 
poms, the flags, and all 
other paraphernalia bear- 
ing the bulldog name. It 
symbolizes the origin of 
our school, and the spirit 
that rings from our souls. 
The most prominent time 
we hear them is at the 
football games, whether 
we win or lose, but their 
meaning stays with us 
throughout the years. 



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On January 18, 1992, Starkville and the 
surrounding area became a winter wonder- 
land. Yes, for a short time life was trans- 
formed . . . radio stations played Christmas 
music and most of us became children again. 
Since this magical experience only happens 
about once every five years, students took 
advantage of this white playground and did 
everything from snowball fights to building 
snowmen, and, of course, the more adven- 
turous "sledding." Although no classes were 
cancelled, the record-breaking snowfall cre- 
ated some beautiful scenery and lasting 
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esidence 




The Department of Housing 8c Residence 
Life's Area Coordinators, Hall Directors, 
Assistant Hall Directors and Resident 
Assistants who make up the 1991-1992 staff 
come together before most students arrive 
at MSU and leave after most are gone. In 
between, they serve as peer counselors, 
programmers, administrators, advisors and 
sometimes just a friend to the more than 
4,750 students living on campus. Without 
their help, many students might not find 




their own place at MSU. 

They are divided into three groups, the 
Freshmen Area, serving Critz, Duggar, 
Garner, Hightower, McKee, Sessums, and 
Smith Halls. The North Area serves Evans, 
Hamlin, Hull, and Suttle Halls. The South 
Area serves Arbour Acres/University 
Drive/Hardy Apartments, Cresswell, 
Hathorn, Herbert, and Rice Halls. 



All photos by Fred Faulk 




North Area: Row 1: Wanda Wilson, Diane Welch, Georgetta Roach, Mary Lockett, Aime Miracich, Kashif Akhtar. Row 2: Gary Bekurs, 
Brian Elbert, Wade Williams, John McCormick, Todd Eckelberry. Row 3: Angie Talley, Lyle Gladney, Doug Hallenbeck, Jon Myers, 
Howard Brown. Row 4: Kyle Gordon, Bert Patino, David Wasserman, Michael Franklin, Steve Huckabee, Janet Bonner, Stacy Perdue, 
Ray Robinson. 



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South Area: Row 1: Jackie Pokrefke, Katrina Poe, Hilda Ward, Patty Gomez, Suzanne Lee, Temperance Roby. Row 2: Kristie Hawkins, Jennifer Cronier, 
Shawn Miller, Eloise Jeffries, Jane Smith, Debra Williams, Marie Henry. Row 3: Robin Marion, Jocelyn Smith. Row 4: Janice Dethlefs, Christie Veach, Chelly 
Burton, Laquitha Snow, Kristie Harrick, Jenny Smith. Row 5: Connie Eakes, Corey Moses, Lisa Johnigan, Alan Hotard, Sara Herrington, Marnie Miller. Row 6: 
Stacy Campbell, Melissa Bowers, Katrina Dorsey, Charlie Guest. 




Freshmen Area: Row 1: Amy Marquez, Sheri McPhail, Janet Farris, Shannon Jackson. Row 2: Julie Anna Rice, Kim Wright, Crawford Grabowski, Britton 
Snow, Niki Dorizas, Kim Walls, Theresa Tatlow-Neral. Row 3: Michelle Krammer, Marcia Payton, Michelle Hirschman. Row 4: Jenny Manuel, Michelle Weber, 
Sarah Hansen, Audra Moore, Molly Livingston, Davelle Walters, Walker Nordan, Kyle Moran. Row 5: Nelson Jackson, Lisa Morici, Dawn Powell, Patrick 
Dixon, Jim Rutland, Dewayne White, Christy Carley, Renee Hand, Jason Howes. Row 6: John Kirby,Jon Richards, Michael Denton, Michelle Fancher, Chris 
Ewing, Marc Staats, Katy Marquez, Charolette Bosarge, Paul Grisharn. Row 7: Todd Arnold, Jeff Marsalis, Justin Taylor, Steve Swindoll, Koko Miller. Row 8: 
Glenn Vinet, Kevin Smith, Sharon Manson, Paul Jeffries, Kevin Brooks, Lesley Livingston. 



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Hall Council — Row 1: 
Melanie Fink, Saragane 
Joyner, Amy Sampson, 
Lyn Palmer, Robin 
Ramsey , Melissa 
Bauers; Row 2: Susan 
Tigrett, Yolanda Elaine 
Cooper, Kathi New- 
som, Cristi Britt; Row 
3: Heather Lynne 
White, Rhonda Terrell, 
Cameron Meek, Sarah 
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Sheila Thomas, Chi- 
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Lori Waillard, Virginia 
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Duggar is a freshman residence hall for males. 
It is one of the boomerang halls. Duggar pro- 
vides a homey atmosphere for them during 
their first year at MSU. 




Hall Council: Rob- 
ert Connwill, Jo- 
seph Mathis, Patrick 
Donald, Joseph 
Smith, Ray Quon, 
Mike Roberson, Mi- 
chael Dieckhorf, 
Derrick Deveroup, 
John Thomas Simp- 
son, Jon Richards. 



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H amlin 




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Hamlin is located between Smith and Sessums 
and houses male upperclassmen students. The 
hall council stresses involvement. The men of- 
fer a unique influence on each other's lives. 




Hall Council: 
Row 1: Johnny 
Cullum, Darrin 
Foster, Rock 
Chasse, Kwame 
James; Row 2: 
David Weddig, 
Allan Beck, 
Zachery James, 
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Stacie Rowell, Heidi R. 
Miller, Elizabeth 
Woods, Melissa Knight, 
Mechelle Green, Penny 
Adams, Linda Milliken; 
Row 2: Ladonna Lang- 
ley, Joycelyn Smith, 
Jennifer Johnson, 
Umekia Scott, Natalie 
Churchfield, Maree 
Bursee, Amy Belford, 
Tera Quails; Row 3: 
Couy Moses, Shannon 
McKay, Kansay Torrey, 
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The towering heights of Suttle houses the largest group of 
upperclassmen males at MSU. The building is nine stories and 
provides a "home away from home" atmosphere. The council 
offers unique activities such as Late Night. 




Hall Council: Row 1: 
Gary J. Brumbelon, Mi- 
chael A. Root, Clay 
Williams, Eric Combs, 
Tommy Gilmore, Ken 
Ellis; Row 2: Darrell 
Smock, Deron 

Lockhart, Neil Jones, 
Johnny Joe; Row 3: 
Chris Jackson, Mark 
Faucher, Burry John- 
son, Raymond Brooks. 



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essums 




Sessums, the capital of the world, is a fresh- 
man male hall. It is known for its flagpole flop 
during its birthday week. Intramurals is a large 
part of the hall's life. 




Hall Council: Brian 
Kent Herring, Jody 
Nine, Jason Walker, 
Arnold Ruciano, Barry 
Street, Andy Beachum, 
Christian Russell, 
Stehen Baker. 



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McKee, 'Home Sweet McKee ', helps its 
freshman girls feel at home on the MSU cam- 
pus. The residents are very involved and con- 
cerned with the campus. 




Hall Council: Row 
1: Maria Meador, 
Stacey Stockwell, 
Anna Cheatham, 
Nikki Porter, 
Wendy Stowl, Amy 
Woods, Jennipher 
Schrag; Row 2: Sa- 
rah Hansen, Mar- 
rion Mills, Leslie Al- 
ford, Kristin 

gardner, Cindy 
Crunk, Stephanie 
Wallace. 



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mith 




Smith, a boomerang residence hall, offers a 
diverse life for its freshman males. Its residents 
are involved in the clubs and activities that MSU 
offers. 




Hall Council: 
Row 1: John 
Smith, E.J. 
Aufderheide, 
Brett Dulaney, 
Jes Stafford, Pat- 
rick Dixon; Row 
2: Jason Bigelow, 
Nelson Jackson, 
Felix Fair, Jim- 
my McPherson. 



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halls. It is a freshman female hall that promotes 
an involved and loving community. The res- 
idents offer their enthusiasm to the campus. 




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Hall Council: Row 
1: Tatlow Neral; 
Row 2: Takeena 
Johnson, Yolanda 
Lunford, Contenia 
Anderson, Christy 
Mullen; Row 3: 
Valarie Smith, 
Marcia Payton, 
Velecia Young, 
Corin Wynne, Rob- 
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Kristin Bell, Michelle 
Hinschman, Kim 
Wright, Darnell 
Fayard, Angela Jack- 
son, Sana Meatee, Jen- 
nifer Williams, Wendy 
Leigh, Julie Ongram, 
Michell Webber, Kim 
Walls; Row 2: Kristy 
Payne, Angela Triplett, 
charley King, Dristy 
Murphy, Polly 

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hall. It is located behind Giles Architecture 
Building. It is known for its late nights and 
wonderful times. 




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This year marked the second year for MSU's co-residential 
Honors Hall. The hall was active in the community and on 
campus. The diverse students found in Garner's lobby will 
always be a tradition there. 







Hall Council: Row 1: 
Tim Othy, Daniel Lee, 
Robby Stanley, Dana 
Hixson, Kelly Tucker, 
Tracy Benway, Andrew 
Liles, Scott Brown; 
Row 2: Jonathan 
Amacker, Aucha I. 
Moore, Alison A. Abril, 
Kevin Rudge, Jim Rut- 
land, J. Jason Mullins. 



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good and bad points. 
Shower shoes get old, 
but the friends will 
last a lifetime. 
— Heather Saun 



Living in a Residence 

Hall your freshman 

year helps you meet 

people and become 

more involved on 

campus. 

— Amy Dobbs 



Living in a Residence 

Hall helps you to get 

to know more people; 

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sense of community. ^ 1% 

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Living in a residence hall 
helps me feel safe, and I 
feel like I have lots of peo- 
ple to go to when I need to 
talk. Having people 
around me helps me feel 
secure and that I'm not 
alone. 
— Jennifer Hamm 



Living in a residence hall 
has exposed me to a wide 
variety of people, many of 
whom I never would have 
known otherwise. 
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Mississippi State University hosted a num- they played at McCarthy Gym. Specia 
ber of the nation's brightest and best mu- guests for the group were The Neighbor 



sicians during the 
year. Music Makers, 
a school-sponsored 
organization, is re- 
sponsible for bring- 
ing these groups to 
campus. 

Among these enter- 
tainers were Clint 
Black with Lori Mor- 



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hoods. 

A ward- winning 
country western mu 
sic star Clint Black 
performed at the 
Humphrey Coliseum 
in October. Man) 
fans turned out tc 
hear him entertain 
along with his open- 



gan and Merle Haggard; Drivin' N' Cryin'; ing acts Merle Haggard and Lori Morgan. 

Jesus Jones; and C & C Music Factory. On Tuesday, October 22, C & C Music 

Mississippi State's first concert happened Factory, along with Rhythm Syndicate made 

on August 27 when Jesus Jones performed everybody dance as they performed at th 

at the amphitheater. Drivin' N' Cryin' was amphitheater, 
the main attraction on September 18 when 



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Clint Black captured the audience 
when he was in concert at MSU. 

photo by Demmie Blanco 



Drivin' N' Cryin' performed at McCarthy Gym. 



photo by Robert Rivera 




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The Mississippi State campus 
environment is one in which 
problems are solved and new 
horizons are reached. The im- 
age of openness is expressed 
through the drill field, and the 
history abounds from every 
building on campus. Our cam- 
pus has a little bit of every- 
thing. The diversity is part of 
the uniqueness that bonds us 
all in the common pursuit of 
excellence. 

Our industrial education 
building, or as we know it — 
twin towers is a Mississippi 
Landmark and holds the honor 
of being listed in the National 
Register of Historic Places. To- 
day the building is used as the 
Department of Vocational Ed- 
ucation and Technology, but 
was first used as the textile 
school. 

Bowen Hall, built in 1929, 



was named a Mississippi Land- 
mark this school year. When 
first built, it was used as the 
business and industry building 
befor McCool was built. Now it 
houses sociology and political 
science. 

The Colvard Union is prob- 
ably the most popular building 
on campus. Though it is not a 
"certified" historical building, 
the history generates from 
every aspect. The Union 
opened its doors in 1964 replac- 
ing the YMCA building. Pres- 
ident Dean W. Colvard (1960- 
66) helped organize funding, 
determine the location, and de- 
fine the purposes of the Union, 
which now bears his name. At 
least nineteen thousand stu- 



dents use the Union each 
week, making it known as 
"the living room of cam- 
pus." 

Almost every building on 
our campus bears the name 
of an individual who has 
contributed to the image of 
Mississippi State. Our color- 
ful campus has won awards 
for its beauty. Visitors from 
all across the nation can feel 
a sense of belonging here. 
That's the image we portray 

— and that's one image we 
can definitely be proud of. 

— Michel Crane 



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colvard union 



photo by Michael Hobby 




bowen hall 



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MISSISSIPPI 



STATE 








photo by David Farrish 

MSU cheerleaders attempt 
to ignite State fans at the 
University of Tennessee. 



Loyal fans show their MSU spirit by 
wearing maroon and white. 




Mississippi State experienced an intense enthusiasm 
August 31, 1991 as Jackie Sherrill's Bulldogs took the 
field. State fans came out in full force. The enthusiasm 
started with State winning the SEC championship in 
basketball and as usual baseball was filled with spirited 
fans. Everyone was anxious for football to begin. No 
one, however, expected the support of the fans to come 
so suddenly and so strongly. The fans' dedication 
seemed almost at times, overwhelming. They squabble 
over the best seats. (How long has it been since the 
students cared where they sat at games?) They threw 
cups at the opposing team. They stayed until the end of 
the game. They wore maroon and white instead of their 
Sunday best or their prom attire. They painted them- 
selves maroon and white, donned cowbells and 
screamed until they could scream no more. School 
spirit, love for Mississippi State, and pride in what our 
school represents-those are things that have been miss- 
ing from Mississippi State for a long time. Mississippi 
State has finally got what it deserves-the love of its fans 
and recognition for the great university that it is. 
— JoyLeggett 




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photo by Allee Anderson 




Wanda Mills shows her spirit during a MSU 
lome game. 



photo by Robert Rivera 



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If your 

placemat ain't 
on the wall, you ain't 
been to Lil' Dooey's. . . 



All photos by Brad Moore 



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Whether it's for a quick bite 
to eat, or a more formal din- 
ing experi- 
ence, MSU 
students can 
be seen at res- 
taurants all 
over 
Starkville. The whole range 
of tastes and interests can be 
satisfied — for a quick, cas- 
ual meal there is Burger 
King or Danvers; for a 




slower, laid-back atmos- 
phere there is Harvey's or 
Cotton Dis- 
trict Grill. 



With every- 
thing from 
barbecue to 
po-boy's, 
cheese sticks to salads, the 
Starkville area supports 
several fine restaurants for 
the variety that is MSU. 
— John Bryan 



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Good Food 

Good Friends 

Good Times 




Photo by G. Bradley Moore 



Students can be found in every restau- 
rant — whether working or with friends. 



Photo by G. Bradley Moore 



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Photos by G. Bradley Moore 






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Bulldogs 
Roam 

At Night 



Photo by G. Bradley Moore 

No matter what time of day, something is always happeing in 
Starkville. 



Bulldog Deli 

Oby's 

Quincy's 

Harvey's 

Allgoods 

J.C. Garcia's 

LiP Dooey's 

Cheer's 

Toby Nash's 

District Cafe 

Cotton District Grill 

Taco Bell 

Burger King 



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Michael Jordan 



Oprah Winfrey 
Andre Agassi 
Julia Roberts 



Kevin Costner 

Garth Brooks 

Arsenio Hall 

Robin Williams 



Pee Wee Herman 



Just Do It. 

Button your Fly. 

Be like Mike 

Things that make you go hmmm 



Nike Air 

Stirrup pants 

Levi's 

Thigh-hi boots 

Fossil watches 

Big leather belts 

Block color 



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L.A. Law 
Cheers 
Reasonable Doubts 




Robin Hood 
Dances with Wolves 
Boyz in the Hood 
Silence of the Lambs 



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SEC 
Champions 

The year was 1963 and Mississippi State had won 
their fourth Southeastern Conference title. 

Babe McCarthy was the coach. 

And a kid named Richard Williams was still in high 
school. 

Twenty-eight years later, the Bulldogs have won 
their fifth SEC title. 

That kid is now the coach, and he may feel like he 
is in high school again. 

The MSU seniors were honored before the game 
to an expected standing ovation. It was that group 
which put the Bulldogs back on the SEC map. 

MSU defeated LSU 76-73 at a jammed Humphrey 
Coliseum to become the 1991 SEC champions after 
finishing in eighth place just a year ago. "It was a 
great effort by a group of guys that deserve to be 
champions," said a teary eyed Williams. 

And although tied with LSU, the Bulldogs were 
easily satisfied, knowing they had swept the Tigers 
this season. "The thing to keep in mind is that we 
beat LSU two times, and that we beat them in Baton 
Rouge with Shaquille O'Neal in the lineup," Wil- 
liams said. — John Cade 




photo by Barney Fikes 




The anticipation of the crowd, for the first SEC 
Championship since 1963, is clearly evident, above. 
Cameron Burns (21), MSU's all-time leading dunker, 
scores two points in the paint, left. Brad Smith and 
Todd Merritt retire the nets, top right. 




photo by Barney Fikess 

The Humphrey Coliseum record crowd of 10,303 poured onto the floor after MSU had defeated LSU for the 1991 SEC 
title. Carl Nichols (5) is hoisted above on the shoulders of the crowd. 



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Midnight 

at McCarthy 

The MSU basketball team did not 
waste any time to begin preparing 
for the 1991-92 season. The MSU 
Basketball Bulldogs held their first 
practice at 12:01 a.m. on October 
15, 1991, the second annual 
"Midnight at McCarthy — Where 
Championships Begin." 

The evening actually began at 
11:15 p.m. on October 14, 1991. 
This years crowd nearly doubled 
last years crowd and almost over- 
flowed the McCarthy Gymnasium. 
While several basketball tosses were 
sponsored by local businesses; Bully, 
the MSU cheerleaders, and the pom 
squad led the enormous crowd to 
several cheers. As the lights were 
turned down, the SEC Champion- 
ship trophy from the 1990-91 sea- 
son was presented to the ecstatic 
crowd and a film of last years high- 
lights was shown. At 12:01 a.m. the 
1991-92 basketball team was intro- 
duced to the anxious fans, and the 
practice was soon under way. Head 
coach Richard Williams and his staff 
lead the team through basic drills 
and ended with a short intrasquad 
game/ practice session. 
— Allegra Ford 




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"Top Gun" 



Tony Watts 

For four years, Tony this years lone-senior, he is knew MSU had a chance to win 
Watts has consistently pro- also providing veteran lead- the SEC Championship. "They 
vided explosive per for- ership to a club featuring had some good team members 
mances for the MSU Bas- nine first year players. After from the year before who played 
ketdawgs. From Rollingfork, graduating in August with a well together. It would just take a 
MS, where he lettered in bas- degree in marketing, he little time and a lot of work," he 
ketball and baseball, he has plans to continue his basket- 
never regretted his decision ball career by attending 
to come to MSU to play bas- NBA camp or playing over- 
ketball. During his freshman seas. 



said. Although we officially 
"shared" the SEC title with LSU, 
he felt we were the overall 
champs since we beat LSU both 



year, he was named to the 
Freshman All-SEC team. As 



Upon beginning his colle- in Baton Rouge and at home. 



giate career at MSU, Tony 




"The transition from last year 
to this year was not really that 
difficult," Tony says. "We knew 
what to expect from the begin- 
ning. I think that we are doing a 
good job and are constantly im- 
proving as the season 
progresses." 

Tony is glad to see the addition 
of Arkansas and South Carolina 
to the SEC because it makes the 
Conference as a whole stronger. 
However, he does not like split of 
the Conference into East and 
West divisions. With the two di- 
visions, we play the teams in the 
West division twice a season but 
only play the teams in the East 
division once. 

Tony says that the fans play a 
very important role in the success 
of the team. "When we hear the 
fans cheering for us, it kind of 
helps give us a boost of energy 
and confidence. Crowd noise is 
very noticeable." He would like 
to encourage everyone to come 
out and support the team. 
— Allegro, Ford 



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Starting Over 



Before the start of the 1991-92 season, SEC play got off to a great start, with a win over 
fans were thinking that this would be a Vanderbilt. However, it got rough with the first home 
year of rebuilding for Coach Richard Wil- SEC game against the University of Alabama. Though 
Hams. After the exciting climax of the our Bulldogs played their best, the Crimson Tide 
1990-91 basketball season, only three play- pulled ahead in the last few minutes of the game, 
ers from last years team would be return- Then came the challenge of our long standing rivals, 
ing to defend the SEC title. Nine new Ole Miss. Trying to make up for the sad defeat against 
Bulldogs joined the team, including 1 red- Alabama, the Rebels did not have a chance, 
shirt from last years team, 3 junior college 
transfers, and 5 freshmen. 

The season started off with ten non- 
conference games. The new Bulldog team 
started off on the wrong foot with a loss to 
UT Chattanooga. They quickly pulled to- 
gether as a team and boasted a 8-2 record 
entering the conference schedule. These 
games gave the Bulldogs an excellent 
chance to gain some much needed expe- 
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photo by David Farrish 



Traveling to new SEC rival Arkansas for what is 
known as "40 Minutes of HELL," our Bulldogs once 
again met with defeat. They definitely gave the Ra- 
zorbacks a scare, until the middle of the second half and 
our exhausted team just could not quite keep up the 
pace. They came home to the bitter disappointment of 
facing LSU. The Bulldogs continued to play tough, but 
could not quite keep the Tigers and Shaquille O'Neal 
under control. However, just when things were be- 
ginning to look hopeless, our Bulldogs began to make 
things happen. Traveling to new SEC rival South Car- 
olina and Auburn, we pulled two more victories. 





photo by Darrell McAllister 

Eric Stevens, far right, provided much needed 
offense at center. Center right, freshman Greg 
Anderson consistently excited the crowd with 
thunderous dunks. Lone-senior "Top Gun" 
Tony Watts led the team in scoring, top. Center , 
Chuck Evans, the team assist leader quickly 
became a crowd favorite. Above, David Dom- 
ingue provided excellent defense at center. 



photo by Darrell McAllut, 



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Hosting Georgia at home, the Dawgs put another victory under their hat. But were unable to keep 
this winning streak going as they traveled to Florida. The season is far from over with games against 
Tennessee, Kentucky left. They also have a second chance with SEC West rivals Ole Miss, Alabama, 
Arkansas, Auburn, and LSU still to come. 

Though this team is not the explosive Bulldogs we followed to the SEC Championship in 1990-91, 
they are definitely a team to be reckoned with. 
— Allegra Ford 




photo by David Farrish photo by David Farnsh 

Freshman guard Marcus Grant showed great potential this year, 
far right. Johnny Walker, center , lead the team in rebounds. Left 
, Orien Watson provided needed experience in the position of 
guard. 



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photo by David Farrisk 



1992 Bulldogs 

Standing (l-r): Assistant Coaches Rick Stan- 
sbury and Robert Kirby. Vince Embry, George 
Brooks, David Domingue, Bubba Wilson, John- 
ny Walker, Jay Watton, and Eric Stevens. As- 
sistant Coaches Ricky Stone and Phil Cunning- 
ham. Seated (l-R): Chuck Evans, Brad Smith, 
Greg Anderson, Scott Black, Head Coach 
Richard Williams, Marcus Grant, Nate Morris, 
Tony Watts, and Orien Watson. 




photo by Joe Collins Photographies 



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photo by Robert Rivera 



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"Hooping" Toward Success 



The Mississippi State Lady Bulldogs ended their 
1991-92 "hoop" season with all smiles. 

For the past three seasons, the Lady Bulldogs' 
head basketball coach, Jerry Henderson, has been 
trying to find the right blend of players to be 
successful in the toughest women's basketball con- 
ference in the country, the Southeastern Confer- 
ence. And he proudly states that he has. 

With seasons of 9-19 and 7-20 in the past, the 
Lady Bulldogs offered a marked improvement 
from the past two years with a winning season, 
including a few SEC victories which the Lady Bull- 
dogs haven't won since the 1988-89 season. 

Determined players like Seniors, Lisa Scott, Ida 



Derricks, Melissa Thomas; Juniors, Donna Brown, 
Erica Simmons; Sophomores, Michelle Gossage, 
Tammy Newlon, and Tonya Seaton; the Lady Bull- 
dogs succeeded toward a great season. 

In addition, MSU signed one Freshman, Caroline 
Ramagos; and three junior college transfers, Tara 
Barr, Natasha Johnson and Charetta Robinson; who 
have all made a great impact for the Lady Bulldog 
basketball program. 

This season, Henderson succeeded towards set- 
ting a high priority on improving the team's of- 
fensive as well as defensive production; he sees that 
as the keystone for roundball success. 
— Mark Burr 




Front Row (l-r): Donna Brown, Tara 
Barr, Ida Derricks; Middle Row: Melissa 
Thomas, Lisa Scott, Natasha Johnson, 
Tonya Seaton, Tammy Newlon; Back 
Row: Michelle Gossage, Charetta Rob- 
inson, Head Coach Jerry Henderson, 
Erica Simmons, Caroline Ramagos 






photo by Fred Faulk 



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1991 MSU Cheerleaders 




photo b\ David Farruh 



Kneeling (from left)-]immy Brewer, Rina Roberson, Melissa Dunaway, Tommy Woolbright; Middle Row- 
Jeri Brantley, Jennifer Knipper, Jennifer Jones, Laura Martin; Back Row-Michael Crouch, Jimmy 
Redus, Julie Noble, Terry Fisher, Doug Hammond 



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photo G. Bradley Moore 



A CLOSER LOOK 



Rina Roberson, a senior Psychology 
major from Bay St. Louis, MS, enjoys 
cheering for the MSU Bulldogs. Rober- 
son claims that even though it was a 
scholarship offer for cheerleading that 
brought her to MSU, she is very pleased 
with the students and faculty as well as 
the atmosphere on campus. 

Roberson proudly admits that the 
squad is more like one big family than 
anything else. They must be able to 
trust one another during every stunt 
that they do. She added, "It's the trust 



factor that brings the squad closer to- 
gether." She feels that trust is an es- 
pecially important factor for partners 
on the squad. 

Rina described Mike Nemeth, the 
cheerleader advisor, as being a good 
role model and very supportive of the 
entire squad. Roberson's cheering part- 
ner, Jimmy Redus, is also special to her. 
She feels that he is great at keeping the 
squad fired up and is a very hard work- 
er. Roberson claimed that neither of 
them mind the work, regardless of how 



long and how hard they practice. 

There is a tremendous amount of 
time and hard work put into each 
practice. During football season, the 
squad practiced about three hours a 
day and three days a week. However, 
during basketball season they prac- 
tice even harder to prepare everyone 
for the National Cheerleading Com- 
petition. Roberson, as well as the rest 
of the squad members, is very excited 
about having received seven trophies 
and several blue ribbons for superior 
ratings they received at cheerleading 
camp this year. 
-Mark Burr 




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1991 MSU Pom Squad 




photo by Greg Maze 

Front row, (l-r): Kelly Waite, Julie Gunter, Terreia Sutton, Ginger Hill, Tiffany Wright, Sarah Williams, Brandy 
Coleman. Back Row: Aime Mracich, Hope Rodgers, Shawn Miller, Lisa Hensley, Kris Golden, Jessilyn Jones. 



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1991 MSU Majorettes 




Front row (l-r: 
Nancy Lischkoff, 
Angel Whatley, 
Molly Payne, 
Kathy Elisar. Back 
row (l-r): Natalie 
Gordon, Tina 
Mayhall, Stepha- 
nie Dailey, Co- 
captain, Coach 
Jackie Sherrill, 
Tracy Handley, 
Captain , Kerri 
Riggs, Stephi 
Barnes. 



Front (l-r): Lori 
Zarlengo, Shannon 
Douglas, Rebecca 
Daniels, Leash Hil- 
leke, Johnna 
Deaton, Katie 
Strickland, Melanie 
Wade, Shawn 
Chicchetti, Susan 
Batten. Second: 
Krista Brainard, 
Dawn Williams, Re- 
becca Windham, 
Kim White, Eliza- 
beth Rimmer, 
Marianne Sim- 
mons, Lynn Palm- 
er, Brooke Vance. 
Third: Jennifer 
Hegler, Rebecca 
Dollar, Rachel 
Clark, Jane Smith, 
Phyliss Hamm, Tif- 
fani Corban, Shane 
Easterling, Jennie 
Smith, Marie 
Hegler. 



photo by Fred Faulk 



1991 MSU Flagline 



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The Famous Maroon Band is a 
marching band rich in tradition. 
Formed in 1902, The Famous Maroon 
Band is one of the oldest in the South. 
With 319 members, it is also one of the 
largest in the South. 

Under the leadership of Dr. Kent 
Sills, Director of Bands, and Nolan 
Jones, Assistant Director of Bands, the 
1991 Famous Maroon Band performed 
for more than 400,000 people. Football 
games, pep rallies, and even Disney 
World were attended by the band dur- 
ing the fall semester. 
— John Davis 





photo by Robert Rh>era 



photo by G. Bradley Moore 



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photo by David Farrish 




Kathy Elisar, MSU 
Majorette, performs 
during the pre-game 
show, far left. Jenni- 
fer Smith, Gully 
Shell, and Opie help 
boost the spirit of the 
crowd during the 
game by playing the 
traditional "GO 
STATE" cheer, cent- 
er left. Band mem- 
bers ready them- 
selves before the 
game, center top. The 
clarinet line shows 
their dicipline and 
pride in the Famous 
Maroon Band as they 
file onto the field, 
bottom center. 



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The Famous 




Penny Adams, Tisha Adamson, Erika Akins, David Allen, Ken Armstrong, Nancy Autry, Steve Barber, Stephanie Barnes, Lori Barnett.j 
Chris Basic, Susan Batten, Chad Beaver, Les Beaver, Mike Bedgood, Gina Beene, Grey Bekurs, Janice Berry, Tim Beyea, Jaclynn Bigelowi 
Vicki Blanton, Michael Boler, Mark Box, Michael Boyd, Kim Bradley, Christa Brainard, Laura Brannon, Mark Brannon, Chandler Braswell ' 
MariLeigh Bratton, Tanya Brewer, Lance Britt, Elaine Broome, Kellijo Brown, Tina Brown, Karl Branson, Richard Burge, Ron Burian 
Kevin Burnham, Chris Campbell, Mary Caraway, Chris Carey, Adriane Carter, Garland Cary, Jim Cheaney, Angela Chism, Shawr 
Cicchetti, Matthew Clark, Natalie Clark, Rachel Clark, Nolin Cline, Craig Concannon, Kay Conley, Melissa Conwill, Robert Conwill, Ra) 
Cooper, Tiffni Corban, Abraham Crawford, Helen Creekmore, Heather Crossley, Joseph D'aluissio, Stephanie Dailey, Perry Dalrymple 
Brian Daniel, Robert Daniel, Jenny Daniels, Drew Darmer, Eddie Davenport, Tony Davidson, Brian Davis, Jennifer Davis, Johnna Deaton 
Brian Denmark, Bruce Dobbs, Rebecca Dollar, Terry Donaghee, Donnie Dorsey, Shannon Douglas, Tim Dunaway, Jennifer Duty, Shayn< 
Easterling, Kelli Edge, Lee Egdorf, Kathy Elisar, Mike Elledge, Shad Elliers, Mitzi English, Kennon Esther, Charles Evans, Joe Evans, Adarr 
Ewing, Brandi Ferguson, Tanya Finch, Amy Fitzpatrick, Nadja Fontaine, Mike Ford, Becky Foster, Eileen Frank, Frederick Frank, Keitr 
Frasier, Mike Freed, Brian French, Sandra Fultz, Jason Gainey, Tony Gann, Wendy Gary, Tommy Gilmore, April Glaneman, Kinse)| 
Goldman, Ludwig Goon, Natalie Gordon, Joey Graham, Brian Granger, Scott Graves, Peggy Grey, Byron Green, Erica Greenaway, Jef |] 
Greenwood, Jason Griffin, John Hallman, Phyllis Hamm, Tracy Handley, Jeff Hansberger, Patrick Hardy, Dana Harrick, Kristen Harrick;* 
Rebecca Harrick, Scott Harrick, Hank Harris, Jeff Hart, Brian Hawkins, Chad Hawkins, Cleveland Hayes, Molly Hayes, Jennifer Hegleri 
Steph Herring, Les Herrington, Sarah Herrington, Dewayne Hightower, Robin Hill, Leasha Hilleke, Mick Hintz, Todd Hoff, Gary Holder 
Tommy Holditch, Chris Holmes, Kristen Hood, Jeremy Howard, Billy Howell, Chris Hudson, Benjy Huffman, Stacia Hunt, Frankiir 
Jadzinski, Monica Jean, Michael Jee, Derek Johnson, Joe Johnson, Kelli Johnson, Girault Jones, Mary Jones, Neil Jones, Jennifer Kehoe' 



* » 



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Maroon Band 




photo by Fred Faulk 

jichard Keim, Sophia Kelly, Isabel Kessler, Tony Knowles, Wyatt Koerner, Jason Kyle, Michael Laird, Zwanardo Landfair, Erika Lane, David 
ayman, Michelle Lee, Owen LeGarde, Jan Legassick, Tony Lenoir, David Lipsey, Nance Lischkoff, Mary Lockett, Melynn Mangum, Mickey 
|(angum, James Martin, Marc Massie, Lydia May, Tina Mayhall, Lana Mays, Jason McCleave, Mike McDonald, Katie McGarrahan, Walter 
|!cIntosh, Tony McMan, Jimmy McPherson, John McVay, Mariam Megehee, Michelle Miles, Linda Milliken, Bill Moody, Shawnette Mooney, 
|(ark Moore, Ron Moore, Amanda Murphy, Leslie Murray, Chris Nail, Lora Nelson, Todd Newkirk, Todd Nichols, Joe O'Neil, Dan Odon, 
iiatt Olive, Anita Owens, Darrell Pace, Lyn Palmer, Donna Paquin, Billy Parks, Jason Patrick, Molly Payne, Wee-ing Peng, Missy Pennacchio, 
iimie Peoples, Alton Peters, Karen Peterson, Cristy Pickens, Chris Pierce, James Pollard, Phillip Pope, Daniel Popham, David Porco, Danny 
rice, Kristen Purcell, Orlando Ratliff, Angel Ray, Becky Ray, Brandon Reid, Ronnie Rice, Jeff Rickets, Kerri Riggs, Elizabeth Rimmer, 
j ichelle Rivera, Brian Roberson, Alina Robinson, Donda Robinson, Willie Robinson, Jennifer Rogers, Brian Roland, Todd Rosamond, Chnita 
lozell, LaDonna Rush, Tony Sagraves, Bob Sharer, Danald Sharer, Jason Shaver, Anita Shaw, Glenn Shell, Christa Sherman, Chris Siggins, 
I arianne Simmons, Jason Singleton, Clifford Sink, Jennifer Slayton, Penny Sledge, Chris Smith, Jennie Smith, Jennifer Smith, Laurie Smith, 
| ichael Smith, Rob Smith, Susanne Smith, Becky Spain, Sean Stanford, Robby Stanley, Sam Steeber, Adrian Steen, Stephanie Stephens, Brett 
iewart, Katheryne Strickland, Stephanie Stuart, Bryant Stubbs, Yokepeng Tan, Chris Taylor, Nora Taylor, Russell Taylor, Chris Thompson, 
j enry Tobler, Justin Travis, James Trimble, Wade Triplett, Joe Turner, Rob Turner, Timothy Turnipseed, Fred Tyner, Chip Ueltschey, 
;>hn Underwood, Mary Vance, Melanie Wade, Howard Walker, Rush Ward, Alex Waterson, Angela Weaver, Marti Welch, John West, Shana 
Kestbrook, Angel Whatley, Heather White, Kimberly White, Jeff Wilkinson, Dawn Williams, Jason Williams, Tim Willis, Todd Willis, Carlos 
j'ilson, Rebecca Windham, Kevin Woodward, Kevin Wooten, Natalie Wooten, Stephen Wright, Jessie Yates, Brian Young, Laurie Young, 
ori Zarlengo 



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During the 1991 outdoor track 
season, Festus Igbinoghene, a na- 
tive of Benin, Nigeria, and one of 
the finest athletes in MSU track 
history, ended his collegiate ca- 
reer. Through his tenure at MSU, 
Igbinoghene was a six-time Ail- 
American for his efforts in the tri- 
ple jump and long jump. Fresh- 
man Shawn Tasby also had a big 
season, placing second in the SEC 
Outdoor Championships with a 
jump of 6-8 and placing sixth in 
the Indoor Championships to earn 
All-SEC Status. Jonathan Johnson 
claimed fifth place in the Indoor 
Conference Championships with 
the 55-meter hurdles and first 
place at the Ole Miss Invitational 
with the 110-meter as one of the 
Bulldogs' most talented hurdlers. 



Running Away 



Invitational with the 110-meter hurdles as 
one of the Bulldogs' most talented hurdlers. 
Jason Jorchzak and Steve Dudley, top 
names for the MSU cross country team last 
fall, will anchor a consistently strong dis- 
tance crew for the 1992 season. Jason Grif- 
fith will also be a cross country contender 
with Carey Bryant competing in the relays. 



Talented newcomers Dushon Orr, Chris 
Harris, and John Little, all Junior College 
Ail-Americans, will be the cornerstone of 
the sprinting crew. MSU football players 
Kenny Roberts and Karl Williamson will 
round out a group that is overall the strong- 
est and most balanced on the team. 





photo by David Farrish 

Thomas Brickham, top right, 
practices the hammer throw. 
He placed 7th in the con- 
ference outdoors in 1991, he 
also participates in the shot 
put. Becky Dennison, top left 
and bottom right , is one of 
four true freshmen on the 
1992 women's squad. She is 
the first lady Bulldog high 
jumper in recent years. 



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photo by David Farrish 



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The men's team also features freshman Steve 
Harrison as a strong javelin thrower, Barton 
Schreiner pole vaulting, and Jason Wisner as shot 
putter. 

The distance crew for the women's squad will be 
a strong team for the 1992 season. Returning 
trackster, Michelle Black set an MSU record for 
the 10K run and claimed All-SEC honors at the 
SEC Outdoor Championships in 1991. Jenny Ow- 
ens, also returning, set an MSU record for the 3K 
to place third at the Ole Miss Invitational. Other 
distance runners for the 1992 season include Me- 
lisa Rice, Trina Taddy, and April Ecke. 

Senior Tonia Williams will headline the sprint- 
ing crew as a 55, 100, and 200-meter competitor. 
Also on the sprint team is Charlotte Williams, top 
800-meter runner, and Cassandra Whitfield, com- 
peting in the 200 and 400-meter sprints. 

MSU will have the honor of hosting the 1992 
SEC Outdoor Championships, May 14-17. The 
W.O. Spencer Stadium/Carl Maddox Track just 
underwent a $350,000 face lift last spring, which 
included a new 400-meter, nine-lane oval and in 
addition to new runways for use in the long jump, 
triple jump, and pole vault. The new oval is a 
Sika/Bram "Granutan" track and is made of full 
polyurethane, which provides a spike resistant, 
highly resilient running surface. 
— Allegra Ford 



photo by David Farrish 




Anthony 
Greer, top, 
transferring 
from Baylor, 
should be a big 
asset to tne 
MSU hurdling 
team during 
the 1992 sea- 
son. Right, 
Members of the 
distance crew, 
Megan Rice, 
April Ecke, 
Trina Taddy, 
Jenny Owens, 
Michelle Black, 
Melisa Rice, 
and Kristen 
Irwin, stay in 
shape for their 
cross country 
runs. 



ihoto by David Farrish 



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STATE STRIDERS 



State Striders was formed 10 years ago to 
promote the Mississippi State University Track 
and Cross Country programs. The enthusiastic 
girls who make up the group have the re- 
sponsibilities of assisting the Mississippi State 
track team in the W.O. Spencer Track Sta- 
dium, aiding in the recruitment of new ath- 
letes, publicizing track events, and working at 



home meets. The Striders also assist MSU track 
officials, keep current with the accomplish- 
ments of MSU track athletes, and encourage as 
well as support team members. 

It is the goal of the Striders to ensure that the 
Mississippi State University Track and Cross 
Country Bulldogs receive the attention and 
recognition that they deserve. 




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photo by Faraz 

The 1991-92 State Striders are: Front row(left to right): Lori Woyllard, Lisa White, Tera Quails, Jennifer Hoff, 
Tammy Ashmore, Shannon Cloud, Angela Hatchett. Second row: Tracy Glenn, Katrina Poe, Melanie King, Cindy 
Crailey, Gini Herring, Micki Mullins, Tonya Anderson, Angela Baggett, Martha Byrd. 



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Bulldosr Hostesses 



The Bulldog Hostesses are a group orspirit- 
filled girls with a great love for Mississippi State 
University and an eagerness to contribute to 
the athletic program. 

The Bulldog Hostesses are best known for 
their efforts in recruiting prospective student 
athletes. Along with a football player, they 
show the recruit around campus and answer 
any questions the recruit or parents may have 
about the university. However, other respon- 
sibilities accompany the position. The Host- 



esses assist where needed for any athletic de- 
partment, alumni office, or Bulldog Club 
function. During basketball season, they assist 
with recruiting and work with the sports in- 
formation department during home basketball 
games by helping keep up with game statistics. 

New members are chosen each year by a 
selection committee. The candidates are rated 
on their congeniality and capabilities. 

Dee Wilkerson of the football recruiting of- 
fice serves as their advisor. 




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photo by G. Bradley Moore 

The 1991 Bulldog Hostesses are: Row One (L-R): Katrina Poe, Jana Roby, Lori Woullard, Candee Mosley, Kim 
Armstrong, Anna Minor, Lisa Aultman, Aimee Calais. Row Two: Penny Payne, Tanya Gracey, Martha Byrd. 
Sandye Thigpen, Lisa White, Kathryn Poe, Alicia King, Melinae Poole, Rebecca Wood, Anna Brents. Row Three: 
Patri Armstrong, Shellie Hodges, Beth Batson, Michelle Roos, Anne Fuller, Elizabeth Owen, Amy Winn, Owen 
Reynold, Sonya Vassar, Laura Moore. Row Four: Joy Leggett, Debbie Gray, Era Rhodman, Beth Fuller, Pam Jones, 
Cyndi Howard, Christina Clay, Kay Maghan, Dedra Douglas, Lyshon Gladney, Karilynn Elliot. 



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SUPER 

Bulldog 

Weekend 

Filled with great food and fine sports, 
Super Bulldog Weekend is an exciting 
time for friends, family and alumni to 
return to campus. This years activities 
included a dose of rain, but not even 
that could dampen the spirits of all who 
attended. 

Part of this year's festivities was the 
first ever Varsity-Alumni Spring Foot- 
ball Game. Initiated by Head Coach 
Jackie Sherrill, the game welcomed back 
1 1 former coaches and 50 former play- 
ers. Perhaps the highlight of the game 
was when 89 year old Wilburn Sudduth, 
a 1923 MSU letterman, broke loose on a 
30 yard touchdown run. 

In baseball action, the Diamond Dogs 
faced the University of Florida. The 
Gators proved to be too much for the 
young Dogs, taking two games with the 
third game being rained out. — John 
Davis 
— John Davis 




photo by David Farrish 



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The Sherrill Era 
Begins. . . 

There was a lot of anticipation 
about the opening kickoff for the Mis- 
sissippi State Bulldogs as the 1991 sea- 
son began. Much of the excitement 
was caused by the beginning of a new 
era of Mississippi State football with 
head coach Jackie Sherrill. Sherrill has 
made many changes to the MSU foot- 
ball program which are definitely 
something to talk about. 

The non-scholarship kickoff team 
known as the Mad Dawgs is one of the 
changes made by Sherrill. The Mad 
Dawgs are under the direction of 
graduate assistant Bill Long. They are 
made up of non- scholarship players 
and several walk-ons. During tryouts 
last spring, speed was one of the main 
concerns. "You have to be pretty fast 
to be able to get there and to be in a 
position to make the play," Long said. 
The Mad Dawgs practice everyday 
covering kickoffs for 20-30 minutes 
and spend the rest of the practice do- 
ing many thankless jobs. 

The Mad Dawg insignia is shown at 
the top left. 

Another of the changes made by 
Sherrill was the addition of Watson 
Brown to the coaching staff as the 
Offensive Coordinator. Prior to join- 
ing with the MSU staff, Brown served 
5 years as head coach at Vanderbilt 
University, his alma mater. He is 
known for big offensive numbers at 
Vandy. 

Watson Brown, bottom left, discussing 
the next play. 



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August 31, 1991 
Cal State Fullerton, 47-3 

The first game of the Sherrill Era 
and already things have changed. 
"You can see that everything is dif- 
ferent. Coach Sherrill came in and 
changed the attitude of everybody," 
said William Prince. Even the atti- 
tude of the fans showed a drastic 
change, with their strong show of 
support and the disappearance of the 
formal dress of dresses for the wom- 
en and coats for the men. The game 
featured a no-huddle offense, a non- 
scholarship kickoff team, and a new 
attitude. Though the Titans had a 12 

fame losing streak before coming to 
tarkville, the Bulldogs held them 
without a touchdown for a score of 
47-3. This was a chance for Sleepy 
Robinson, in his debut as No. 1 quar- 
terback, to show off by making some 
big plays and running a total of 97 
yards. 



September 7, 1991 
University of Texas, 13-6 

The Bulldogs shocked Texas with 
a 13-6 win against the 13th ranked 
team. Texas pulled ahead late in the 
lst-quarter with a field goal, but 
MSU answered with a 73 yard TD 
drive and led the rest of the game. 
This was a vital game for the team. 
"We answered a lot of questions for 
ourselves today," Boyd said. Sleepy 
played the entire second half with a 
severely sprained ankle. Williams, 
Stowers, and Carroll formed the 
starting three of the defense which 
held Texas without a touchdown. 
Stowers sacked the Texas quarter- 
back, on their last possession, and 
preserved the victory. This was also a 
decisive game for the fans who en- 
dured 90-degree heat, extreme hu- 
midity, an icy 3rd-quarter rainstorm, 
and the steam bath which followed 
the storm. 






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photo by David Farrish 






Jerome Brown, 98, causes the Titans to fumble and 

quickly lands on the ball. Daniel Boyd, 41, Arleye 

Gibson, 90, and Lance Aldridge, 24, rush to his aid, top 

right. Bottom right, Lance Aldridge, 24, playing the 

position of strong safety, tries to get inside for the sack 

against the Longhorns. 




photo by David Farris 



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September 14, 1991 
Tulane University, 48-0 

Rumors were flying and tensions 
were mounting as the word spread that 
Sleepy Robinson would be out for the 
Tulane game. Yet, it did not take Greg 
Plump long to ease the minds of the 
34,439 faithful fans at Scott Field about 
his ability to deliver a victory. 

In his first college start and third 
college snap, Plump ran for the first 
two touchdowns of the game and com- 
pleted a 13 yard pass to Trenell Ed- 
wards for the third touchdown of the 
first quarter. Chris Gardner made a 36 
yard field goal in the second quarter 
and a 26 yard field goal in the third 
quarter. Todd Jordan took over during 
the third quarter and within seven plays 
scored a touchdown. 

The MSU defense held Tulane score- 
less, yet Tony Harris made an inter- 
ception and ran it for a touchdown. 
This was the first regular-season shut- 
out for the Bulldogs since 1979. 



photo by David Farrish 




Sleepy Robinson, 

1 5, prepares to 

make a pass while 

centers Lee Ford, 

60, and Byron 

Jordan, 54, cover 

him from behind, 

top left. Nate 

Williams, 95, a 

senior nosetackle, 

stops the 

Tennessee 

quarterback. 

Rodney Stowers, 

97, and Herman 

Carroll, 96, also try 

to stop the 

Volunteers, bottom 

left. 



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September 21, 1991 
Tennessee, 24-26 

The Bulldogs went on the road for the 
first time this year to play their first SEC 
game of the season against the sixth 
ranked Volunteers. Despite tripling MSU 
in first downs and doubling MSU in yard- 
age, Tennessee came very close to losing. 

Tennessee scored first with a 26 yard 
field goal, but MSU came back with a 46 
yard field goal by Gardner. In the second 

auarter, UT was able to scrape up a touch- 
own with 2 seconds left on the clock, the 
first scored against the Bulldogs this sea- 
son. Both teams scored touchdowns dur- 
ing the third quarter. During the fourth 
auarter, MSU tied the game with a touch- 
own by Willie Harris. Then went ahead 
after an interception and 43 yard run by 
Keo Coleman which set William Prince up 
for a touchdown. Unfortunately, UT was 
able to score another touchdown and field 
goal to win the game. Robinson left the 
field crying, a towel wrapped around his 
head, and an ankle brace as a result of re- 
spraining his ankle. Many of the players 
were upset with the outcome of the game. 
However, State only started one senior on 
offense, so every game is a chance to learn. 




Wesley Leasy, 94, 
and Todd Jordan, 
14, prevent the 
Kentucky ball car- 
rier from getting 
very far down the 
field, top right. 
William Prince, 2, 
fills in as quarter- 
back against the 
Gators as he goes 
over the top of 
the pile-up creat- 
ed by Michael 
Montgomery, 79, 
Lee Ford, 60, By- 
ron Jordan, 54, 
and John James, 
76, center right. 
Against Memphis 
State, Keo 

Coleman, 34, 
Daniel Boyd, 41, 
and Herman Car- 
roll, 96, continue 
to try to stop the 
Tigers, bottom 
right. 



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September 28, 1991 
Florida, 7-29 

Though Sherrill brought immedi- 
ate results to MSU, it will take him at 
least another year to be ready to face 
the Florida Gators. State picked up 
close to $1 million for playing its 
"home" game against Florida in Or- 
lando. Sherrill said that the location 
of the game would not have made 
any difference because his team was 
exhausted after five consecutive 
football Saturdays, of which the last 
two were SEC powerhouses. 



The Bulldogs were led by Greg 
Plump, who was filling in for Sleepy 
Robinson because of a sprained an- 
kle. Michael Davis was also out with a 
sprained ankle. The injury news 
worsened as Rodney Stowers, the 
team's second leading tackier, broke 
the tibia bone of his right leg. 

The players just could not make 
the plays click. Plump had solid run- 
ning on the option and set up the 
Bulldogs touchdown, but never quite 
got the offense moving. State's de- 
fense was on the field for 84 plays, 
with State kicking off for both 
halves. "We hung in there and 
played hard, we just didn't get any 
breaks," said Prince. 




October 12, 1991 
Kentucky, 31-6 

With a week of rest after the beat- 
ings received from Tennessee and 
Florida and the tragic death of Rod- 
ney Stowers, MSU thoroughly dom- 
inated the Kentucky Wildcats. They 
earned their first SEC win for the 
season. State ran for 426 yards with 
593 yards of total offense, just short 
of the school record of 596 yards. 
Sleepy Robinson earned SEC player 
of the week for his outstanding work. 
Even with the accomplishments on 
the part of the offense, the defense 
was a key part of this game. They 
were very much dominant through- 
out the game, holding Kentucky 
without a touchdown. Making this 
the fourth consecutive time this sea- 
son that the opponent has not been 
allowed to score a touchdown at 
home. The MSU defense ranks 24th 
in the nation for rushing and 26th in 
passing defense. 

October 19, 1991 



Memphis State, 23-28 



Memphis State ended the Bulldogs 
dominance at Scott Field at the 1991 
homecoming game. Memphis State 
scored the first touchdown against 
the Bulldogs at Scott Field with a 69 
yard touchdown pass and a two point 
conversion on the second play of the 
game. Though State came back with 
a 12 play touchdown drive, but 
missed the extra point. Things went 
downhill from there with Memphis 
State scoring two touchdowns in the 
second quarter to secure their lead. 
MSU outdid Memphis State offen- 
sively with 407-317 total yards, but 
three turnovers and several missed 
opportunities did not help the Bull- 
dogs in the end. 



Frankie Luster, 49, and Edward Williams, 20, prove 
the strength of the MSU defense to Auburn. 



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October 26, 1991 



Auburn, 24-17 

Before a Tiger homecoming crowd of 82,214 
at Jordan-Hare Stadium and ABC television 
audience, the Bulldogs ended a nine game los- 
ing streak against Auburn and gained their first 
SEC road win since 1981. With a 22 yard punt 
return by Tony James, the Bulldogs pulled 
ahead early after a four play touchdown drive 
totaling 33 yards with Davis running the last 15 
yard carry for the touchdown. During the sec- 
ond quarter, after a 53 yard drive Auburn 
missed a 31 yard field goal. Late in the quarter, 
Daniel Boyd recovered a fumble on the Auburn 
26 which allowed Gardner was able to score 
with a 35 yard field goal. During the third 
quarter, Auburn drove 71 yards in 15 plays on 
its first possession but were forced to go for an 
18 yard field goal. On the Auburn 45, defensive 
end Jerome Brown intercepted a pass and ran 
36 yards for a touchdown, the first of his MSU 
career. During the fourth quarter Auburn was 
able to score two touchdowns an PAT and a two 
point converson to tie the score at 17-17. Kenny 
Roberts ran a pitch play for 61 yards to break 
the tie and win the game for MSU. 



November 2, 1991 
Alabama, 7-13 

The Bulldogs traveled to Tuscaloosa to 
face archrival and SEC foe Alabama. The 
game turned out to be a tough defensive 
battle with the Crimson Tide squeezing 
out a 13-7 victory. Alabama's only touch- 
down came in the second quarter on an 
interception returned to the endzone. In 
the third quarter, the Bulldogs tied the 
game with Sleepy's 4 yard pass to Treddis 
Anderson. Alabama responded with two 
field goals in the fourth quarter. The Bull- 
dogs did have a chance to pull the game 
out though. Late in the fourth quarter, 
with Bama leading 13-7 and time running 
out, the Bulldogs drove to the Bama 1 
yard line but was unable to score after a 5 
yard penalty and a pass interception. Al- 
though MSU lost, another SEC team 
gained a deep respect for the Bulldogs 
who held the SEC's top scoring offense to 
only 2 fieldgoals. 



November 17, 1991 



LSU, 28-19 

The Dogs entered Tiger 
Stadium looking to secure its 
first winning season in 5 
years and to possibly secure 
its first bowl appearance in 



10 years. The game started 
with a scare when LSU 
scored on a 75 yard touch- 
down pass on the second play 
of the game. However, the 
Bulldogs came storming back 
with a surprising wishbone 
offense that pounded out a 
21-7 lead by halftime. The 
game ended with a 28-19 
Bulldog victory. 



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November 23, 1991 



University of Mississippi, 24-9 



The battle for the Golden Egg was moved to 
campus for the first time in 20 years as 41,200 
fans packed Scott Field to watch the Dogs and the 
Rebs square off. The preseason war of words 
between UM Coach Billy Brewer and Sherrill 
only added more tension to the always intense 
rivalry. The Bulldogs took an early 14 point lead 
in the game and never looked back as they 
cruised to a 24-9 victory. The offense, which 
gained 395 total yards, was once again led by 
Robinson who threw for 137 yards and ran for 
another 79 yards. The defense also dominated as 
they held UM to only 33 rushing yards and 190 
total yards. 




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Harris, 87, is tackled 
during the Alabama 
game after giving it his 
best shot, top left. Dur- 
ing the Alabama game, 
he caught 3 passes for 
a total of 85 yards. 
Micheal Davis, 37, con- 
tributed 59 yards on 
10 carries during the 
Auburn game, top right 
. Bottom right, junior 
Marc Woodard, 45, en- 
tered the season hav- 
ing started every game 
during his first two 
years. He was one of 
the defensive 

standouts during the 
Alabama game. 



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Dogs get BOWLED OVER . . . 



On December 28, 1991, MSU fans strutted 
into Memphis dreaming about the future. 
They were soon awakened by a bitter dose of 
the present. 

The 1991 Liberty Bowl, which matched the 
Bulldogs against the Air Force Falcons, turned 
into one of the surprise games of the bowl 
season as Air Force ran over State 38-15. 

With a quick and pounding defence, Air 
Force completely dominated the line of scrim- 
mage; holding the Mississippi State offense to 
only 284 total yards. 

The Falcon offense was also impressive. Led 
by quarterback Rob Perez, Air Force ran for 
318 yards and scored 38 points, the most 
scored against the Bulldog defense all year. 

The Dogs started off in a hole and could 



never recover. After two first half fumbles, 
State quickly found themselves down 21-0. 

Despite a shaky beginning, it seemed the 
momentum shifted late in the second quarter 
when MSU drove 76 yards and scored on a 4- 
yard TD pass from Sleepy Robinson to Trenell 
Edwards. However, Air Force slowly regained 
control in the second half and never looked 
back. MSU's only other score was a 7-yard TD 
run by fullback Michael Davis. 

Although the 1991 season ended in disap- 
pointment, the Bulldogs had an impressive year 
overall. Coach Sherrill led the Dogs to their 
first winning season in 5 years and their first 
bowl in 1 years. And with this young team, the 
future only looks bright. 
— John Davis 



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photo by G. Bradley Moore 

Marc Woodard (45) and William "Sleepy" Robinson (15) 
present Rodney Stowers' jersey to Rodney's mother, Mrs. 
J Delie Shepard, before the Kentucky game. 



In Memorial 

On October 3, 1991, tragedy struck the 
Mississippi State University campus. Bulldog 
football player Rodney Stowers died from a 
rare condition called fat embolism syndrome 
stemming from a broken leg suffered in the 
game against The University of Florida. 
Players, coaches, and students alike were all 
shocked by the death of this fine student- 
athlete. 

A native of Forest, Rodney attended For- 
est High School where he was a Central 
Mississippi Hall of Fame Athletic Scholar and 
won the Presidential Academic Fitness award 
and the U.S. Army Scholar- Athlete Award. 
As a 16 year old graduating high school 
junior, Rodney received a football scholar- 
ship at MSU and majored in Business Ad- 
ministration. He was on schedule to receive 
his degree during the spring semester. 

Rodney was a three year member of the 
Bulldog football team. He played in 26 
games, beginning his career at nose tackle 
and switching to defensive end this year. He 
was named to the freshman all-star teams 
chosen by The Sporting News and The Knox- 
ville News-Sentinel in 1989. For his play in 
MSU's upset win over 13th ranked Texas on 
September 7, he was selected as the National 
Defensive Player of the Week by The Sporting 
News. 

Rodney Stowers was a promising athlete, 
fine student and role model to many. Those 
who knew Rodney remember his friendli- 
ness, loyalty, and his "big ol' smile." Rodney 
will be deeply missed by this university. 
— John Davis 



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photo by MSV Sports Info 

Assistant Coach Joe Hudak offers his wis- 
dom and advice to pitcher Tom Quinn 
(31) and catcher Matt Carpenter, (20), top 
right. Bulldog pitcher Tom Quinn (31) 
shows his form during the 90-91 season, 
above. Third baseman Chuck Daniel (7) 
takes a break from the game between 
plays, left. Pitcher John Harden prepares 
to deliver a strike, top left. Charlie An- 
derson (14) turns two against LSU, far 
left. 



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photo by MSU Sports Info 




Diamond 
Dawgs at Play 

Mississippi State surprised many observers 
during the 1991 baseball campaign. Having 
lost virtually all frontline position players and 
two starting pitchers from 1990's 50-21 Col- 
lege World Series team, MSU needed a young 
and inexperienced club to succeed in order for 
the Bulldogs to continue their winning ways of 
the past. MSU surpassed the expectations of 
even the most ardent supporter. A 42-21 rec- 
ord, third-place finish in the SEC, and fifth 
straight year to the NCAA Regionals high- 
lighted Ron Polk's 20th season as a collegiate 
head coach. Along the way, numerous players 
made their mark in the hearts of Diamond Dog 
fans across the South. The following is a list of 
highlights and accomplishments during MSU's 
101st season of baseball: 

* 84th winning season in school history 

* Fourth consecutive Top Three finish in the 
SEC 

* Fifth straight trip to an NCAA Regional, 
one of only eight schools to have participated in 
the NCAA Regionals in each of the past five 
years 

* Five players had 60 plus hits, led by Steve 
Hegan with 76 

* Five players had 12 or more doubles, led 
by Rex Buckner with 1 5 

* B.J. Wallace, with 104 strikeouts, became 
the first Bulldog since Jeff Brantley to strike 
out over 100 batters in a season 

* Jay Powell set a school record with 1 saves 

* Jon Harden's 32 relief appearances tied a 
school record from 1988 

— Scott Stricklin 



photo by MSU Sports Info 



107 



Senior co-captain and first baseman, Rob 
Norman anxiously awaits the ball to make 
the play against the University of Auburn, 
top right. Red-shirt freshman and short stop, 
Jeff Mackin impressively eliminates all 
chances of stealing second base, bottom se- 
quence. 





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Front Row (L-R): Rogers Smith 
(manager), Jay McKinney, Paul Pe- 
trulis, Clint Allen, Bryan Triche, 
Tripp Hill, Carl Henderson, David 
Perkins, Gary Butterworth, Robbie 
Hayes, Joel Matthews, Brad Burkel, 
Lance Vining (manager), John 
Mooney (manager). Middle Row (L- 
R): Phil Page (grad. asst. trainer), 
Park Evans, Doug Newman, 
Darmon Garnder, Larry Tomkins, 
Rex Buckner, Hap Fleming, John 
Warburton, Matt Carpenter, Ron 
Brown, Charlie Anderson, John 
Bergstrom (student trainer). Back 
Row (L-R): Head Coach Ron Polk, 
Paul Wyczawskin (grad. asst. coach), 
Asst. Coach Joe Hudak, Scot Hol- 
lingsworth, Steve Hegan, Eddie Ly- 
ons, Jimmy Gammil, B.J. Wallace, 
Rob Norman, Tom Q u ' nn > J av 
Powell, Chris George, Tom Howe, 
Chuck Danieljoey Hamilton, Scott 
Tirbolet, Ricky Redd, Rob 
McDonald (grad. asst. coach), Asst. 
Coach Steve Smith, John Cedarburg 
(grad. asst. coach). 




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Rex Buckner (27) 
launches one over the 
fence, top left. Charlie 
Anderson (14) makes a 
close play against USM, 
bottom right. 



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Second baseman Charlie Anderson 
(14) looks to make the throw to first 
against the Auburn Tigers. Coach 
Polk turns the game over to Tom 
Quinn (31) after a conference on 
the mound. 



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Coining 
Home . . . 

A crowd of 5,412 
witnessed the home- 
coming of many for- 
mer Diamond Dog 
greats at Dudy Noble 
Field. The game fea- 
tured players from 16 
different MSU teams 
including major 
leaguers Jeff Brantley, 
Will Clark, and 
Raphel Palmerio. 

During a pregame 
ceremony, Will 
Clark's number 23 
was retired from MSU 
baseball. A plaque was 
presented to him 
which contained his 
baseball jerseys, bottom 
right, by Head Base- 
ball Coach Ron Polk. 
A sign was also placed 
on the outfield fence 
to honor Clark. The 
construction of the 
fence was financed by 
Clark last year. Dur- 
ing the alumni game, 
his average was 3-for- 
5 with two doubles 
and two RBI's. 

Rafael Palmeiro hit 
a towering 2-run 
home run over the left 
field fence. He fin- 
ished the game 2-for-5 
with an RBI double as 
well as his home run. 



"It was a great weekend," send the ball over the fence to 

Coach Polk said. "There's no oth- help his team to victory, top left . 

er alumni game in the country Bobby Thigpen hurls one home 

that has the kind of talent that we during the alumni game, top right. 
do." 

Raphel Palmeiro prepares to 



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Here to 
Stay, 



It started out as a horrible rumor that no one was 
willing to believe. It then progressed into more than 
rumors. On April 9, 1991, Ron Polk, head coach of 
the MSU Baseball team for the past 16 years, an- 
nounced his resignation effective as of the end of the 
1991 season. 

Ron Polk, two-time National Coach of the Year, is 
the winningest baseball coach in the history of the 
Southeastern Conference with a 795-344 overall rec- 
ord in his 21 year coaching career. In his 16 seasons 
with Mississippi State, his record is 639-275. The 
MSU Baseball team has gone to the NCAA regional 
playoffs 10 times and to the NCAA College World 
Series 4 times under his guidance. 

Polk was to become the executive director of the 
American Baseball coaches Association in Omaha, 
Nebraska. With this position, Polk intended to make 
some changes in the way things were heading with 
college baseball. Practice time, the size of the coach- 
ing staff, and the number of baseball Scholarships 
were all cut under the new regulations. He wanted to 
"help convince the leadership of intercollegiate ath- 
letics of the need to evaluate the restrictions being 
placed on college baseball." 

Much to the relief of Mississippi State baseball 
fans, Ron Polk revoked his resignation on April 23 
and decided to remain with us. "I intend to remain 
active with the ACBA," Polk said. "Larry Templeton 
and I have worked out a plan that will allow me to 
assist the new executive director if he wants my 
assistance with the movement to fine tune the recent 
actions that affect baseball." 

"This has been a tough decision to make because 
of my loyalty to both Mississippi State and the Amer- 
ican Baseball Coaches Association," he added. 
"However, the more I thought about it, the more I 
realized that I wanted to remain in coaching." 

With this as his final decision, Ron Polk answered 
the prayers of many in the MSU family. We are very 
excited and glad to have this living legend of college 
baseball with us. 
— Allegro, Ford 



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113 



Diamond Girls 



The Mississippi State Diamond Girls squad 
has appeared at baseball games for the past 
sixteen years and has played an important role 
in the MSU baseball program. The girls help 
with Coach Ron Polk's recruiting efforts. 

On the field, the Diamond Girls act as a 
ground crew before each home game. They 
retrieve bats, helments, and foul balls. The 
girls also usher fans to their box seats and sell 
souvenirs and game programs for the benefit of 
the team and for the squad's expenses. The 
squad is self-supporting with no monetary sup- 
port from the university and must raise its own 



money from year to year. 

New squad members are chosen each year by 
a panel of coaches, players, ex-members, and 
other people involved in the athletic depart- 
ment. The girls are rated on congeniality, ap- 
pearance, and capabilities. 

They have also began a 'bat-buddy' pro- 
gram. A bat-buddy is a girl who is a special 
friend to three or four players, including one 
senior. She does special things for her players' 
birthday, holidays, and important games. They 
make a scrapbook for their senior which covers 
his final season at MSU. 




photo by Robert Rivera 

The 1991 Diamond Girls are: Front Row(L-R): Angie Phares, Aimee Goralczyk, Jean Holmes. 

Middle Row: Deborah Parker, Angel Whatley, Cyndi Howard, Molly Payne, Rachelle Graves, 

Camille Williams, Stacy Ball. 

Last Row: Tara Barr, Courtney McCoy, Michelle Powers (Co-Captain), Anda Iverson, Wendy 

Moore (Captain), Julie Jackson, Kimberly Hobby, Sharon Malone, Mary Carolyn Ikerd. 

Not Pictured: Candee Mosley 



114 



AN INSIDE CATCH 



On the diamond field, 
Paul Petrulis is one of the 
many players that shine. He 
is a sophomore from 
Riverforest, Illinois, major- 
ing in banking and finance. 
Paul has been playing base- 
ball since he was eight years 
old and it has always been his 
favorite sport. 

Petrulis stated that he gets 
along well with both the 



coaches and players whether its 
on or off the field. 

Head coach, Ron Polk is given 
tremendous credit for developing 
Petrulis' outstanding playing abif 
ities. Then, Petrulis stated his fa- 
ther plays a huge role in keeping 
him encouraged and motivated 
before a game. 

Last season, Petrulis held sec- 
ond base position; while this sea- 
son he grabs hold to shortstop. 




He was also chosen as a desig- 
nated hitter. When asked which 
position he enjoys playing the 
most, he replied It doesn't mat- 
ter which position I'm playing, its 
just an honor to be out there on 
the field." This is Petrulis' second 
year on the MSU baseball squad 
and he proudly admits that he 
enjoys playing for the team. 

During Petrulis' freshman 
year, he was named Ail-American 
Freshman and was chosen as a 
member of the All-SEC tourna- 
ment team. He added, "It was a 
great honor to receive the awards 
and I hope to achieve many 
more." One day, Petrulis hopes 
to play for the major leagues and 
is going to work hard towards his 
dream. 



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Dawgs "Spike" Again 

The MSU Lady Volleydawgs were led through another "volley" season by 
Head Coach Mike Tucker. This 1991 season sparks Tucker's great coaching 
success as his seventh year with the Lady Volleydogs. 

The volleyball team started by defeating Samford, South Alabama, and 
Northwestern State to capture the tournament championship trophy. 

They seem to consider their squad as "One Big Family" more than just 
another team, since most of the girls are from the same high school or played 
against each other during high school. 
— Mark Burr 




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photo by Greg Maze 



photo by MSU Sports Injo 

Front Row (L-R): Amy Penrose, Karen Wamble (manager), Aimee York Second Row (L-R): Robyn 
Flessner, Ashlye Davis, Shauna Owens, Becky Wallace, Tiffany Schneider, Dawn Hollar Back Row (L-R): 
Mike Tucker (Head Coach), Shannon McDonald, Nicolle Carter, Cathy Clark, Dawn Porter, Susan 
Steadman (Asst. Coach). 



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1992 Roster: 

Doug Barron 
Tyler Crawford 
Sean Farren 
Chad Ginn 
Clay Homan 
Jeff Jenkins 
Eric Johnson 
Benji Nelson 
Brad Surles 
Brant Surle 



Perfect Putting 



With last year's team earning 
a trip to the NCAA Men's Golf 
Championships, in Pebble 
Beach, CA, for the first time in 
school history, Coach Baird 
Smith is looking to continue 
with their recent success. 
Coach Baird Smith is in his 
eighth season with the MSU 
Men's Golf Team. In the past 
two seasons, he has taken the 
the team to the NCAA East 




Regionals, including the Golf 
Championships. Last year's 
team placed fourth out of ten. 
Last seasons feat was topped 
by seniors Watt Whatley and 
Robby Ware. Watt Whatley 
was selected to the All-SEC sec- 
ond team, he led MSU with a 
73.5 stroke average. Robby 
Ware was second on the team 
with a 73.9 stroke average. 

During the 1991 fall season, 
MSU competed in three tour- 
naments, all of which sported 
nationally ranked fields. Al- 
though the Bulldog golfers did 
not fare as well as Coach Smith 
would have liked in the first 
competition of the season, they 
showed continued improve- 
ment throughout the fall cam- 
paign. 

In trying to find the best 
starting combination for his 
team, Smith used seven link- 
sters during fall competition. 
Leading MSU was senior Sean 
Farren, whose 73.9 stroke av- 
erage paced the team. Farren is 
a former walk-on and was 
MSU's most consistent golfer 
this fall with three consecutive 
Top-30 finishes. Chad Ginn, 
Doug Barron, and Benji Nel- 
son will also provide leadership 
for the team this season. Ginn 
place 15th in the final 1991 
tournament with a 76.3 stroke 
average, and Barron placed 
24th. Nelson is coming off a 
good season in which he played 
1 1 tournaments. 
— Courtesy of Sports Information 



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Above Par 




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photo by Fred Faulk 




1992 Spring Schedule 



phot by Frtd F ant. 



Feb. 21-23 Univ. of Central Florida Invitational 

Mar. 09-10 Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational 

Mar. 20-21 LSU-Fairwood Country Club Invitationai| 

Apr. 17-19 Women's South Intercollegiate 

Apr. 24-26 USA Lady Jags Invitational 

May 11-13 SEC Championahip 

May 27-30 NCAA Women's Championships 



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1990-91 MSU Highlights : 

Sophomore Carri Wood was a first 
team All-SEC selection while pacing 
the Lady Bulldogs with a 76.6 
stroke average. Wood finished 
eighth at the NCAA Women's Golf 
Championships in Columbus, Ohio. 
At the SEC Women's Champion- 
ships, she placed third. She also cap- 
tured back-to-back tournament ti- 
tles at the LSU-Fairwood 
Invitational and the South Alabama 
Intercollegiate. She is currently 
ranked second in the Southern Dis- 
trict and fourth in the Nation. 
MSU had four Top-5 team finishes 
in the regular season. 
Christi Moore, a senior and three- 
year letter winner in 1991, was sec- 
ond on the team with a 82.4 stroke 
average. 

The Lady Bulldogs finished seventh 
in the SEC Championships. 



1992 Roster : 

Lisa Allee 
Kay Donaldson 
Kristine Doty 
Gretchen Gray 
Jennifer Kolczynski 
Carri Wood 



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photo by David Farrish 



Young and Experienced 

As one of the greatest players in Mississippi Wagstaff posted a 14-21 record. However, re- 



State's tradition-rich tennis history, Claire Pol- 
lard launches her second season as head coach of 
the MSU women's tennis team after serving as an 
assistant coach for the Lady Bulldogs two years 
ago. 

The Lady Bulldog netters coach has succeeded 
in stocking her roster with an abundance of 
young talent. 

Since the 1990 season, the Bulldog netters 
have made a vast record improvement of an over- 
all 5-11 to a 11-10 record for the 1991 season. 
Pollard felt that was a tremendous change con- 
sidering the squad is as young as it is. 

The transition wasn't smooth, but the tennis 
team continued its improvement despite the loss 
of two seniors. 

Last season, Seniors Sabine Guibal and Nicole 
Wagstaff ended their year with great records. 
Guibal ended with a 13-11 singles record, while 



turning sophomores, Alex Niepel and Michelle 
Oldham also had an outstanding finish. With 
Niepel finishing with a 19-18 singles record, Old 
ham tagged along with a whopping 16-9 singles 
record. In addition, in the 1991 Volvo Tennis 
National Rankings, Oldham cleared her 63rd 
singles in rank. 

Though the maturity and progression of the 
squad's young players will likely determined the 
degree of initial success, Coach Pollard is deH 
termined to bring the Lady Bulldog tennis pro-i 
gram back to the level of national prominence 
that she helped MSU achieve in 1989. 

With a knowledgeable coach, an improved at 
titude, and young, fine talent all combined, the 
Lady Bulldog netters have something to lean or 
for a new respectable future. 
— Mark Burr 



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Dedicated Performance 



Coming off one of the most heralded seasons of 
tennis in MSU history, coach Andy Jackson and the 
MSU Bulldog netters entered the 1992 campaign 
looking to continue the standard of excellence 
which they have found in recent years and which 
remains a part of MSU's tennis history. 

In 1991, the Bulldog netters had an overall rec- 
ord of 17-12 and finished second in the SEC tour- 
nament. That team also earned the school's first 
ever team appearance at the NCAA Championships 
since the format's adoption in the early 1970's. This 



success marked the beginning of a trend that the 
Bulldogs kept as they entered the 1992 Spring 
season. 

Mark Jeffrey finished his 1991 season as a three- 
time All-SEC select. Jeffrey recorded a 27-19 sin- 
gles mark at the No.l position for the Bulldogs last 
season. 

Andy Jackson named SEC Men's Tennis Coach of 
the Year and returnees Daniel Courcol and Chris- 
tophe Damiens captured the All-American Doubles 
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The 1991-92 MSU Mens Tennis team is: Daniel Courcol, Christophe Damiens, Gary Henderson, Per 
Nilsson, Tom Peacock, Jeremy Alley, John Hall, Chase Henson, Jean Francois Lagloire, Laurent 
Miguelard, Sylvain Guichard, and Head Coach Andy Jackson 



124 




Courcol, who led MSU with a 26-6 singles 
record last spring, finished the year ranked No. 
30 nationally. He was 8-3 in the fall of 1991. 

Damiens, MSU's lone 1992 senior, was 20- 
1 1 playing mostly at the No. 3 position last 
year. 

The two combined to go 8-7 in doubles 
action last spring and finished last fall as the 
nation's 10th ranked doubles team. 




photo by Fred Faulk 

Other strong, supportive players added to 
the talent level of the 1991 Bulldog team. 
These players include Gary Henderson, Per 
Nilsson, Tom Peacock, Jeremy Alley, John 
Hall, Chase Henson, Jean Francois lagoire, 
Laurent Miguelard, and Sylvain Guichard. 
— courtesy of MSU Sports Information 



125 



Limelight 




photo by David Farrish 



Edited by 

Dinah Batson and 

Kenna Durham 



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1991 MSU Homecoming Quee 

Leigh Allison Lyell 

Leigh Allison Lyell, a senior elementary education major from Brandon, MS., was crowned as M! 
1991 homecoming queen on October 19th. She has served the University as an Orientation leader ar 
an Alumni Delegate. Leigh Allison was sponsored by Kappa Delta sorority. She would like to thank a 
her friends and the entire student body for their support. 

— Andy Brown 




Terri Stewart 
Senior Maid 




Candee Moseley 
Junior Maid 





Ashley Thomas 
Senior Maid 




Hope Rogers 
Junior Maid 




Jennifer Taylor 
Senior Maid 




Susan Jennings 
Junior Maid 




Kristi Toney 
Sophomore Maid 



Natalie Sorrels 
Freshman Maid 



Homecoming activities at MSU were 
kicked off Friday afternoon with a pep 
rally at the Amphitheater and a home- 
coming parade from McKee Park to the 
MSU amphitheater. At the pep rally, 
the homecoming court and Mr. and Ms. 
MSU were introduced, and Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta sorority took the spirit award. 

On Saturday, homecoming events 
were started with the MSU First An- 
nual Quickick Homecoming Run for 
the Big Dogs. It began at 8:30 a.m. 

At 1:15 the 1991 Homecoming court 
was presented. The football game 
against Memphis State University start- 
ed at 1:30. Although the Dawgs tried to 
rally back and take the win, the final 
score of 28-23 was in Memphis State's 

favor. 

— Kenna Durham 

The Arnold Air Society prepares its 
annual barbecue for homecoming. 

This runner "goes the distance" in the 
First Annual Quickick Homecoming 
Run for the Big Dogs. 



Every Dog Has Its Day 




photo by David Williams 



photo by Robert Rivera 



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photo by Robert Rivera 




State fans remain loyal after a disap- 
pointing loss at homecoming. 

Suttle hall shows their MSU spirit 
through their homecoming sign dis- 
played on the drill field. 



photo by Michael Hobby 



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iss MSU on Februa 
women competed for this presi 
Collins tied in the talent competiti 

o place in the top ten of th- 
„ /ille, MS., and she was sponso. 




MSU Beauties 

Dana Collins 

Dana Collins received first alternate in the Mis; 
MSU pageant. She was a senior majoring in specia) 
education from Hartselle, AL. Dana was sponsored 
by Delta Gamma sorority. 



Tammy Johnson 

Tammy Johnson was chosen as alternate in the 
Miss MSU pageant. She was a senior majoring in 
interior design from Jackson, MS. Tammy was 
sponsored by Phi Mu sorority. 

all photos by G. Bradley Moore 




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MSU Beauties 

Alyssa Sturdivant 

Jyssa Sturdivant received third alternate in the 
s MSU pageant. She was a senior majoring in 
irance. Alyssa ia a native of Brandon, MS. and 
sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. 





Sylvia Hogue 

Sylvia Hogue was foruth alternate in the Miss 
MSU pageant. She is a senior marketing major for 
Tulsa, Oklahoma. 



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Mr. MSU 

Spence Flatgard 

Spence Flatgard was a senior political science major from Jackson, MS. He was ^.^^^^Su 
6 ' student body president his senior year. As president, hpence was acuv 



'Try and spend a lot of time with your friends, 



make." 





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Ms. MSU 



Shannon Nunnelee 



annon Nunnelee was a senior political science major from Tupelo, MS. She was involved in many activities while 
ding MSU. Shannon has served the university as Student Association Executive Assistant to SA President. Some of her 
r activities included MSU Roadrunner, Omnicon Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, and 
dent of Cardinal Key. Shannon was also very active in the Baptist Student Union. When Shannon was asked what she 
i remember most about MSU, she responded that she would remember the genuine sincerity and friendly attitude of the 
!e-students, faculty, and administration. Shannon stated, "The students should always be themselves-they don't have to 
*e or conform to a certain mold to be successful-enjoy your years at Mississippi State." 




Karl Holcomb provided entertainment for the evening. 



Shannon Nunnelee and Spence Flatguard M.C.'d the pageant. 




Five finalists were chosen before the final on stage interview determined the 1992 Miss 

Reveille. 



Photos by David Farrish 



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Jennifer Fortenberry 
Miss Reveille 1992 



Casey Carrington 
Miss Reveille 1991 





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Miss Reveille pageant judges were given the difficult task of selecting only one to reign as 

Miss Reveille. 



Photos by David Farrish 



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Kristi Tom 



Donna Knight 



Miss Reveille Finalists 



Photos by David Farrish 



WHO'S WHO 




James Mark Amis 

Decatur, MS 

Industrial Engineering 

Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Theta Kappa, 

Institute of Industrial Engineers, 

Society of Manufacturing 

Engineers, National Society of 

Professional Engineers 




Elizabeth Gayle Anklam 

Orlando, FL 

Petroleum Engineering 

President's Scholar, Pi Epsilon 

Tau, Pi Epsilon Tau 

Outstanding Sophomore, Tau 

Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Society 

of Petroleum Engineers 



Kimberly Gayle Armstrong 

Burnsville, MS 

English 

President's Scholar, Outstanding 

Honors Senior, Lambda Sigma, 

Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, 

Sigma Tau Delta, University 

Honors Council, SA Activities 

Committee 



Maria Denise Barlow 

Clinton, MS 

Political Science 

President's Scholar, Pi Sigma 

Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa, 

Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Pr 

Phi Eta Sigma, College 

Republicans 






Scotty Wayne Barnesi 

Walnut, MS 
Computer Science 
Upperclassmen President) 
the Year (IRHC), Phi Ka| 
Phi, SA Student Housii 
Committee, Life Give: 
(donated 1 gallon of bio I 



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WHO'S WHO 



lichael Thomas Boyd 

aurel, MS 

olitical Science 

Tational Dean's List, Pi Sigma Al- 

ha, Young Democrats, MSU 

and, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Po- 

tical Science Student Association 





ia Brooks 

utier, MS 
counting 

sident's Scholar, Phi Eta 
ima, Beta Alpha Psi Pres- 
et, Delta Gamma, Nation- 
accounting Association 



Kevin Duane Brooks 

Athens, AL 

Aerospace 

Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Gamma 

Tau, President's Scholar, 
Resident Assistant, B.A.R.K., 

American Institue of 
Aeronautics and Astronautics 



Howard Richard Brown 

Preston, MS 

English 

Blue Key, Elderstatesman, 

President's Scholar, Special 

Student Advisory Committee, 

Orientation Leader, MSU 

Roadrunner, Alumni Delegate, 

SA Senator 



Leslye Rachelle Burton 

Ocean Springs, MS 

Communication 

Resident Assistant, Residence 

Hall Order, United Way 

Campaign, Music Maker 

Productions, SA Senator, The 

Reflector staff writer 




Who's Who compiled by Maria Keithley and Denise McDonald 



rao's who . 



WHO'S WHO 





David Martin Bush 

San Antonio, TX 

Chemical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, 

Omega Chi Epsilon, University 

Honors Program, Theta Tau, 

Engineering Student Council, 

President's Scholar 



Helen Meyers Bush 

Jackson, MS 

Industrial Engineering 

Alpha Pi Mu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi 

Kappa Phi, University Honors 

Program, Theta Tau, 

President's Scholar, Engineering 

Student Council 




Christy Lee Carley 

Sumrall, MS 

Communication 

Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta 

Phi, President's Scholar, MSU 

Roadrunner, Orientation 

Leader, MISSCOM, Baptist 

Student Union Executive 

Council 



Ian Alps Chen 

Starkville, MS 

Chemistry 

National Dean's List, Presidem 

Scholar, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamn 

Beta Phi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, PJ 

Lambda Upsilon 







Mary Christina Clevelai! 

Starkville, MS 

Psychology 

Psi Chi, Standards Comfcl 

tee, President's Scholar,^ 

tional Dean's List, Aj 

Gamma Delta, Panhellni 

Council 



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WHO'S WHO . . . WHO'S WHO . . . 



mberly Jean Coleman 

irkville, MS 

iman Development and Family 

idies 

esident's Scholar, Alpha Zeta, 

ppa Omicron Nu, Home Eco- 

mics Club, Special Olympics 

ilunteer 








I * ia Aliss Collins 

; tselle, AL 
):ial Education 
"sident's Scholar, Miss 
jiiissippi Pageant top ten 
.'■list, Miss MSU finalist 
Oand 1991, Kappa Delta 
College Republicans 



Gerald Patrick Collier 

Monticello, MS 

Banking and Finance 

Minority Academic Achievement 

Award, Dean's Scholar, MSU 

Basketball, Financial 

Management Association, Alpha 

Phi Alpha 



Christie Lynn Combs 

Brandon, MS 

Microbiology 

Dean's Scholar, Beta Beta Beta, 

MSU Band, Sigma Alpha Iota, 

Tutor/Big Sis for Palmer Home 

for Children 



Virginia Allyson Dees 

Gulfport, MS 

Political Science 

President's Scholar 

College Republicans, Pre-Law 

Society, Campus Activities 

Board, Assistant Attorney 

General (SA) 






/HO'S WHO 



WHO'S WHO . . . 




m 



Reeshemah L'Tone Dix 

Greenville, MS 

Psychology 

Dean's Scholar, Herbert Hall 

Council President, Black Student 

Council, Psychology Club, State 

Strider 





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Michelle Elizabeth Duca 

Severna Park, MD 

Marketing 

Beta Gamma Sigma, Mu Kappa 

Tau, President's Scholar, 

University Honors Program, 

Gamma Beta Phi, Pi Sigma 

Epsilon, National Dean's List, 

Delta Delta Delta 



Elizabeth Rawls Duncan 

Starkville, MS 

Human Development and 

Family Studies/Child 

Development 

Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, 

Gamma Alpha Epsilon, Gamma 

Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, 

President's Scholar, MSU 

Diamond Girl, Home Economics 

Student Advisory Board, Chi 

Omega 



Chritopher Scott Ferguson 

Baltimore, MD 
Petroleum Engineering 
President's Scholar, Pi Epsilo 
Tau, Theta Tau, University Hoi 
ors Program, Engineering Sti 
dent Council, Habitat for Huma: 
ity 




Christopher M. Firle 

Collins, MS 
Accounting 

President's List, Acadeiie 
All SEC, GTE All-Ameriini 
MSU Varsity Football, pi 
Advisory Board Commit* 



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WHO'S WHO 



WHO'S WHO 



[ennifer Lee Fortenberry 

°ascagoula, MS 

Communication 

[992 Miss Reveille, Order of 

3mega, Cardinal Key, Alumni 

delegate, Chi Omega, Pi Delta 

'hi, Phi Eta Sigma 







/ 



a Lynn Frost 

Rumbus, MS 
iieral Business 
'isident's Scholar, Phi Kap- 
*Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, 
|ta Delta Delta, 
dtchguard, Phi Eta Sigma 



Brian Lamar Fuller 

Moss Point, MS 

Mechanical Engineering 

Blue Key, Elderstatesmen, Order 

of Omega, Lambda Sigma, Pi 

Tau Sigma, American Society of 

Mechanical Engineers, Kappa 

Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi 



Deborah Ann Gray 

Germantown, TN 

Accounting 

Beta Alpha Psi, Cardinal Key, 

Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta 

Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, University 

Honors Program, Delta Delta 

Delta, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Bulldog 

Hostess 



Mary Holly Hammett 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Accounting 

Gamma Beta Phi, Beta Alpha 

Psi, President's Scholar, Gamma 

Alpha Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, 

Accounting Society, Kappa 

Delta, MSU MatchMates 




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ifflO'S WHO 



WHO'S WHO . . . 





Tracy Lyn Handley 

Hamilton, AL 

Elementary Education 

MSU Majorette, Chi Omega, 

MSU Concert Band, College 

Republicans 




William Lee Henley 

Mandeville, LA 

Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Alpha 

Epsilon, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi 

Eta Sigma, President's Scholar, 

Pi Tau Sigma, Delta Chi, 

American Society of Mechanical 

Engineers, Instrument Society of 

America 




Traci Alisha Hill 

Isola, MS 

Communication 

Phi Mu, Gamma Beta Phi, 

Association of Disabled Students, 

SA Housing Committee, Sa 

Senator 



Roger Alan Hiser 

Whitehouse, Ohio 

Biology 

Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Beta Ph 

Gamma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Kapp 

Phi, Phi Gamma Delta 




Paul Allen Hinshaw 

West Point, MS 
Communication/Marketi I 
Phi Kappa Phi, Univei I 
Honors Program, The de- 
flector editor, Society of I 
fessional Journalists pfl 
dent, Prism staff 



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WHO'S WHO . . . WHO'S WHO . . 



amie Wynne Hodges 

Voodville, AL 

"oreign Languages 

'hi Kappa Phi, Alpha Epsilon Del- 

a, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sig- 

1a, Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta 

'hi Alpha 




V ! irk David Jernigan 
^ bile, AL ' 
Vl Engineering 
*, sident's Scholar, Phi Rap- 
is; Phi, Chi Epsilon, Seab- 
ed and Blade, Society of 
A erican Military Engineers 



William P. Kilpatrick 

Madison, MS 

Electical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi, Gamma Alpha 

Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Alpha 

Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, 

Gamma Beta Phi, University 

Honors Program, National 

Society of Professional 

Engineers, Sigma Phi Epsilon 



Teressa Suzanne Lee 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Accounting 

Dean's Scholar, Beta Alpah Psi, 

Lambda Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, 

Gamm Beta Phi, Resident 

Assistant, SA Housing 

Committee 



Tara Eileen Leyden 

Roswell, GA 

Communication 

Dean's list, Alumni Delegates, 

MSU Band, Gamma Beta Phi, 

Delta Gamma, Sigma Alpha Iota, 

Flute Choir 





WHO'S WHO . . . 




WHO'S WHO 



• • • 





Shannon Russell Lolley 

Hodge, LA 

Management 

Dean's Scholar, MSU 

Roadrunner, Phi Gamma Delta, 

Campus Activities Board, 

University Choir, SA Academic 

Affairs, Delta Gamma Anchor 

Man of th Year 



Leigh Allison Lyell 

Brandon, MS 

Elementary Education 

President's Scholar, 

Homecoming Queen, 

Orientation Leader, Alumni 

Delegate, Order of Omega, 

Cardinal Key, Kappa Delta 

Sorority, Kappa Delta Pi, SA 

Senator 



Kay Marie Maghan 

Gautier, MS 

Communicaton 

President's Scholar, Delta 

Gamma Sorority, Bulldog 

Hostess, Angel Flight, Omicron 

Delta Kappa, Cardinal Key, 

Gamma Beta Phi 



Missy Catherine Maier 

Jackson, MS 
Elementary Education 
Homecoming Maid, Kappa Delt; 
Pi, Mortar Board, College Repub 
licans, MSU Maccus MAE/NAE 
Chi Omega 




Sharon Elaine Malon 

Lilburn, GA 

Marketing 

President's Scholar, Kap a 

Omicron Nu, Orientatin 

Leader, Phi Mu Sororif,; 

Diamond Girl 



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WHO'S WHO . . . WHO'S WHO . . . 



Kendall Webb McCarter 

fackson, TN 

Communication 

Order of Omega, Phi Delta The- 

a, Lambda Sigma, Campus Ac- 

ivities Board, Residence Hall Or- 

ler 




Marilyn Marie McDonough 
Watford City, ND 

Chemical Engineering 
AICHE Secretary, Omega Chi 
Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi. Gamma 
Beta Phi, Engineering Student 

Council, TAPPI Treasurer, 

YMCA Assistant Coach — Girls 

Softball 



Julie Elizabeth McGehee 

Long Beach, MS 

Accounting 

President's Scholar, Cardinay 

Key, Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, 

Beta Aplha Psi, MSU Match 

Mate, Reveille staff, National 

Association of Accountants 



m Clurtney Lynn McCoy 

Bandon, MS 

bme Economics Education 
. .Hjmecoming Maid, Presi- 

Ifrt's Scholar, Chi Omega 
, virority, Omicron Delta 

£ppa, Mortar Board, 

dictation Leader, Kappa 

) licron Nu 



) WHO'S WHO 



Lori Cain McGuffe 

Atmore, AL 

Eduactional Psychology 

President's scholar, SA Student 

Activites Committee, Campus 

Activities Board Entertainment 

Committee, Delta Gamma 
Sorority, United Way Volunteer 





WHO'S WHO . . . 




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Sara Elizabeth McReynolds 

Starkville, MS 
Accounting 

Beta Alpha Psi, Kappa Delta So- 
rority, Dean's Scholar, SA Treas- 
urer, Alumni Delegate, Bulldog 
Hostess, Campus Activities Board 




Mary Frances Mellen 

Salem , VA 

Graphic Design 

Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, 

Omicron Delta Kappa, Lambda 

Sigma, Mortar Board, The 
Reflector staff, Order of Omega 




Paul Jacob Megehee 

Macon, MS 

Chemistry 

President's Scholar, Phi Kappa 

Phi, Ohi Eta Sigma, Gamma 

Beta Phi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, 

Farmhouse Fraternity 



Wendy Leigh Moore 

Brandon, MS 

Communication 

President's Scholar, Gamma Bet; 

Phi, Diamond Girl, Phi Mu 

Sorority, MISSCOM, United Wa 

Volunteer 




William Harris Morris 

Stanton, TN | 

Agricultural Pest Manae-ij 

ment 

Elderstatesmen, Phi Garcia 

Delta, President's Schoi7< 



Inter-Fraternity 
Project Brickfire 



Counil 



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WHO'S WHO . . . WHO'S WHO . . . 



Natalie Jean Moses 

ackson, MS 

vlarketing 

Dustanding Young Woman in 

America 1991, Delta Gamma So- 

ority, SA Senator, Bulldog Host- 

ss 




orr j^|ianda Gayle Murphy 

loneville, MS 
\(a:«sic Education 

'isident's Scholar, Gamma 

. G^a Phi, MSU Band Drum 

.tor, Sarkville/MSU Sym- 

tny Orchestra, Phi Theta 

pa 



LaTunia Gail Pack 

Okolona, MS 

Aerospace Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Gamma 

Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Delta Sigma 

Theta Sorority, Society of 

Women Engineers, American 

Institue of Aeronautics and 

Astronatics 



Angela Marie Phares 

Clinton, LA 

Accounting 

President's Scholar, Phi Kappa 

Phi, Mortar Board, Cardinal 
Key, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta 
Alpha Psi, Orientation Leader, 
Diamond Girl, Phi Mu Sorority 



Katrina Nichelle Poe 

French Camp, MS 

Biology 

Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda 

Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha 

Epsilon Delta, Bulldog Hostess, 

MSU State Strider, Resident 

Assistant 





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WHO'S WHO . . . 





Terry Lynn Pope 

Laurel, MS 

Microbiology 

Beta Beta Beta President, MSU 

Roadrunner, Alpha Epsilon 

Delta, Chi Omega Sorority, Phi 

Theta Kappa, Junior Varsity 

Cheerleader 



Ronnie Douglas Rice 

Dora, AL 

Communication 

Phi Kappa Phi, President's 

Scholar, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma 

Beta Phi, Omidron Delta Kappa, 

MSU Band, The Reflector staff 

newswriter, College Republicans 



Sandra Evett Robinson 

Jackson, MS 

Electrical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta 

Kappa Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, Delta 

Sigma Theta Sorority, Society of 

Women Engineers, University 

Honors Program 



Robert Harris Ruby 

Starkville, MS 
Sociology/Corrections 
Elderstatesmen, Blue Key, Kapp; 
Sigma, Alumni Delegate, MSI 
Roadrunner, MSU Correction 
Association 




Angela Leigh Sanders 

Columbus, MS 
Home Economics/Child I:e 
Coy Hines Stennis Memoil 
Scholarship, Homecom g 
Maid, MSU Roadrunn*! 
Orientation Leader, D<'tai 
Kappa Sorority, Kappa (flt 
icron Nu, 



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WHO'S WHO . . . WHO'S WHO . . . 



Limbel David Sheperd 

.ouisville, MS 

]hemistry 

iamma Beta Phi, Gamma Alpha 

psilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Ep- 

lon Delta, Kappa Sigma 





^ iij Beale Shirley, Jr. 

Me, MS 
i<ueral Sciences 
i,.l^rstatesmen, Farmhouse 

f^rnity, Order of Omega 
r-Fraternity Council 
ident, Omicron Delta, 
- 3pa, Gamma Beta Phi 



Chandra Lynn Smith 

Natchez, MS 

Banking and Finance 

Delta Gamma Sorority, 

President's Scholar, Phi Kappa 

Phi, Lambda Sigma, Cardinal 

Key, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha 

Lambda Delta, Financial 

Management Association 



Trisha Leigh Smith 

Long Beach, MS 

Industrial Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, 

President's Scholar, Engineering 

Student Council, Institute of 

Industrial Engineers, National 

Dean's List 



Robert Marcus Stevens 

Florence, AL 

Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma, University 

Honors Program, Pi Tau Sigma, 

SA Cabinet Member, Campus 

Crusade for Christ Student 

Director 





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WHO'S WHO . . . 




Elizabeth Nicole 
Taylor 

Brandon, MS 

Elementary 

Education 

Dean's Scholar, 

Alumni Delegate, 

Cardinal Key, 

Kappa Delta Pi, 

Delta Gamma 

Sorority, Lambda 

Sigma 



Kristi Michele 
Vandevelde 

Starkville, MS 
Communication 

Pi Delta Phi, 

Dean's Scholar, 

MSU Roadrunner, 

MISSCOM, Chi 

Omega Sorority, 

Discovery MSU 

Hostess 




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Jennifer LuRuth 
Taylor 

Eupora, MS 

Elementary 

Education 

Miss Reveille 1991 

Homecoming 

Maid, MSU 

RoadRunner, 

Mortar Board, 

Omicron Delta 

Kappa, Alumni 

Delegate, Delta 

Gamma Sorority 



Ashley Ray 
Thomas 

Norcross, GA 

Communication 

Gamma Beta Phi, 

Homecoming 

Maid, MSU 

Roadrunner, 

Faashion Board, 

Bulldog Hostess, 

College 

Republicans, Phi 

Mu Sorority, 

MISSCOM 



Glen Andrew 
Vinet 

Gretna, LA 

Communication 

Phi Kappa Phi, Phi 

Eta Sigma, Gamma 

Beta Phi, 

University Honors 

Program, Arts & 

Sciences Student 

Advisory President, 

MISSCOM 



John Lance Vining 

Meridian, MS 

Biology/Secondary 

Education 

Distinguished 

Military Student, 

President's Scholar, 

Battalion Cadet 

Commander of 

ROTC, Scabbard 

and Blade, MSU 

Baseball Team 



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Not oictured- Daniel Lee Boyd, John Robert Cade, Michael Robert Cooper Richard Cash Evors, 
He^,Cy Scott mn, Laurie Voltz Jones III, Michael Lee McSwiney, Dav.d Myers Morns, Corey 



Alisha Dawn 
Lynn Moses, 



Gray, Paul R 
Rhonda Ram * 



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WHO'S WHO 



WHO'S WHO 





David H. 
Wasserman 

Vicksburg, MS 

Political 

Science/History 

Resident Assistant, 

Assistant Hall 
Director, Gamma 

Alpha Epsilon, 

Gamma Beta Phi, 

SA Cabinet 

Director of On/Off 

Housing, College 

Republicans 



Laura Elizabeth 
Weihing 

Pascagoula, MS 

Chemistry 

Reveille Editor, Phi 

Lambda Upsilon, 

Gamma Beta Phi, 

Lambda Sigma, Phi 

Eta Sigma, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Kappa 

Delta Sorority, 

MSU Publications 

Board 



John David Wicker 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Accounting 

Alumni Delegate, 

Beta Alpha Psi, 

Blue Key, 
Elderstatesmen, 
Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Kappa 
Alpha, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Gamma 
Alpha Epsilon 



James David 
Williams 

Columbus, MS 

Management 

Information 

Systems 

President's Scholar, 

Student Director of 

Wellness and 

Health, B.A.R.K. 

Director, AFROTC 

Most Outstanding 

Freshman, Arnold 

Air Society 



Barry Anne Wise 

Gulfport, MS 

Communication 

Dean's Scholar, 

Gamma Beta Phi, 

Society of 

Professional 

Journalists, The 

Reflector staff 

newswriter, Kappa 

Delta Sorority 



Jennifer Lynn 
Wyatt 

Magee, MS 

Geology 

President's Scholar, 

Phi Kappa Phi, 

Sigma Gamma 

Epsilon, Gamma 

Beta Phi, MSU 

Band, Earth 

Science Club 

Dean's Advisory 

Committee for Arts 

& Sciences 



cjpictured: Ellen O'Keefe Thornell, Michael H. West, Bradley Emmett Williams 



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Academics 





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The College Board was created specif- 
ically to remove political interference 
from the administration of statewide 
higher education. Its members are ap- 
pointed by the Governor to twelve-year 
staggered terms, preventing any one 
group of political appointees from gaining 
control of the Board. 

Under Governor Ray Mabus, the Board 
cut funding for the institutions of higher 
learning in the state of Mississippi forcing 
tuitions to be raised by more than twenty- 



five percent in the four year term. Gov- 
ernor Kirk Fordice plans to give special 
attention to the issue of consolidating the 
universities in Mississippi. 

The Board members include: standing: 
Diane Miller, Frank O. Crosthwait, Jr., 
Nancy McGahey Baker, Sidney L. Rush- 
ing, Bryce Griffis, J. Marlin Ivey, Dianne 
P. Walton, Cass Pennington; seated : Wil- 
liam M. Jones, W. Ray Cleere, Will A. 
Hickman, Joe A. Haynes, James W. 
Luvene. 





xecetUve (ZatuiciC 




esident's Executive Council Left to Right: Dr. ident for Student Affairs; Dr. George L. Verrall, 

illie L. McDaniel, Provost and Vice President Vice President for Business Affairs; Dr. Ralph E. 

- Academic Affairs; Dr. R. Rodney Foil, Vice Powe, Vice President for Research; Seated: Dr. 

esident for Agriculture, Forestry, and Veter- Donald Zacharias, President of Mississippi State 

ry Medicine; Dr. Billy C. Ward, Vice President University. 
' Administration; Dr. Roy H. Ruby, Vice Pres- 





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Dr. Donald W. Zacharias became the fifteenth 
president of Mississippi State University in Sep- 
tember of 1985. From the beginning of his pres- 
idency, he was MSU's leading spokesman for the 
betterment of the conditions at MSU and the 
educational system as a whole. MSU's chief ex- 
ecutive maintains close relations with the students 
of MSU, he speaks on their behalf and at the same 
time he is out and among the students getting 
their views on various topics. 

Dr. Zacharias has a long list of credentials. He 
served as president of Western Kentucky Uni- 



versity in Bowling Green, where he helped raise 
academic standards, development programs, and 
a host of other credentials. Dr. Zacharias' family 
includes wife, Tommie Kline Dekle and sons Alanj 
and Eric, and daughter Leslie. 

Dr. Zacharias, in consultation with the vice! 
presidents, compliled a list of goals for the uni 
versity to pursue over the next five years. At the 
top of the list: establishing a "specific commit 
ment to quality." 
-Kenya McDonald 




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-photo by David Farrish 



-photo by David Farrish 




Dr. Zacharias made appearaijl 
many MSU football pep rallii | 



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The Division of Research has been organized with reg- 
ular interaction and communications with each college 
and research unit. The Office of Sponsored Programs and 
the Office of Research Services have been established as 
service units to the faculty in developing sources of ex- 
ternal funding. The Division of Research has been des- 
ignated a Carnegie Research I Institution. One of the 
goals of the Division is the identification of programs 
which have a significant potential for achieving national 
recognition and to provide the assistance necessary to 
achieve such recognition 

The Vice President for Research, Ralph E. Powe, is 
charged with providing leadership for the University re- 



search program and for providing services to facilitate 
activities of the faculty and students in their research 
endeavors. Activities of the Vice President include the 
development of research policy for Mississippi State to 
ensure that faculty members are in the best possible po- 
sition to conduct activities in research and other creative 
endeavors. Such policies must also ensure that the in- 
stitution complies fully with federal regulations in many 
areas such as human subjects, laboratory animal welfare, 
radiological safety, hazardous wastes, copyrights, etc. It is 
also the responsibility of the Vice President to provide 
overall management of the research programs in the col- 
leges and separately organized research units. 




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"A primary goal is to see the 
continuing increase in external 
support for the research pro- 
gram at Mississippi State Uni- 
versity." 

-Ralph E. Powe, Vice Pres- 
ident for Research 



The newest facility of the Division of 
Research is the NSF Engineering Re- 
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The College of Agriculture and Home Eco- 
nomics (CAHE) was at one time thought to be a 
small college. That; however, has changed. Not 
only has the enrollment for the college increased 
for the third year in a row, but also there's a job 
placement rate of eighty-five percent upon grad- 
uation. Dr. William R. Fox, Dean of CAHE, has 
developed the "Fox Litmus Test for Agricul- 
ture." 

-Does it grow? 

-Is it controlled by a human being? 
-Does it produce renewable chemical feedstocks 
to support industrial development? 
-Does it produce material, energy, or impact the 



environment of a human being? 

"The 'new' agriculture is an exciting oppor- 
tunity for the CAHE to increase its ability to serve 
society and an opportunity for a graduate to have 
a very rewarding and fulfilling career," Fox said 
Fox stated that the CAHE is also exploring new 
strategies and priorities for curriculum improve 
ment to provide scholarly direction and guidance 
to the students. "The faculty stays up to date with 
these issues and prepares our students to face 
them. We want the student and client to receive 
our utmost attention and assistance," Fox said. 
-Aimee Wade 




-photo by Demmie Blanco 

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-photo by Demmie Blanco 

%l | great deal of concentration is needed when drawing 
— tuportant plans for clients. 



"Students see the opportunity 
for a career that will be sat- 
isfying, rewarding and will pro- 
vide the opportunity to make a 
contribution for themselves and 
others." 
-Dr. William Fox 




-photo by Demmie Blanco 



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The profession of architecture offers the student 
the opportunity to participate in improving the phys- 
ical world, in solving problems of 
our society, and in giving form to 
the needs of modern culture. To 
meet these demands requires a 
highly trained profession composed 
of sensitive, dedicated men and 
women. The School of Architecture 
is the educational foundation of the 
profession in the State of Mississippi 
and provides for the development 
of the individual skills and under- 
standing to prepare the student for 
his her role in the practice of ar- 
chitecture. 

The School of Architecture of- 
fers an intense, carefully structured, and rich array of 
courses which constitute a solid foundation for ar- 



"Fm sure that af- 
ter five years, it 
will all pay-off!" 



-Ron Burian 



chitectural practice. While coursework is compre- 
hensive in scope, providing the students with an 
awareness of the diversity and 
complexity of today's profession- 
al world, each course has its own 
important role in developing the 
unique knowledge and abilities 
required of architects in a mod- 
ern world. 

The School of Architecture at 
Mississippi State University is the 
professional school for the State 
of Mississippi and is the only pro- 
gram in the state which leads to a 
professional degree in architec- 
ture. Dean John M. McRae has 
served as the dean of the School 
of Architecture since August, 1987. 
-Mary Jakway 





photo by Demmie Blanco 

Dean McRae often gives hands-on help with the projects. 

This third year student spends many late hours at Gyles 
Architecture building as do many architecture majors. 

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The architecture department and 
students each year become involved in 
many projects. One such project is the 
revitalization plans to restore the shell 
of the Dairy Science building. Many of 
the students will also compete in an 
international competition at the 
World's Fair in Seville, Spain. Third 
and fourth year students will do a 
study of revitalizing the downtown dis- 
trict of Ocean Springs, Mississippi. 



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The Art Department program has 
grown to be the largest student credit 



"As with all comprehensive uni- 
versities, the discipline represent- 
ed in the College of Arts and Sci- 
ences at MSU are essential in 
providing a strong liberal edu- 
cation for all students." 
-Dr. Jim L. Solomon, Dean of the 
College of Arts and Sciences 



hour granting department in the State. 
Total enrollment in art classes in Fall, 
1991 exceeded 1,000 students for the 
first time ever. We now have a total or 
145 majors. Approximately 60% of 
these are working toward a BFA de- 
gree; the other 40% are working to- 
ward a BA degree. Our program con- 
tinues to grow. The department was 
evaluated as the "best undergraduate 
art program" in the State by the ac- 
ademic review of the eight state sup- 
ported universities. 




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The proposal by Dr. Mike 
Fields, an MSU chemistry pro- 
fessor, to the Sanderson Fund 
for Excellence, "Excellence in 
Undergraduate Chemistry 
Teaching" was funded for 
$21,478 in September. These 
funds were used to purchase 
equipment and software to up- 
grade our large lecture hall, 
HL 100. Two TV monitors, a 
video projector and a computer 
permitted the use of video- 
taped demonstrations and a va- 



riety of educational computer 
software with excellent viewing 
capabilities in all areas of the 
room. Dr. Fields also received a 
videotape which was used in 
conjunction with the above 
equipment in HL 100 for 
freshman chemistry lecture 
courses, to provide common 
briefings on safety and proce- 
dures for Freshman and Or- 
ganic Chemistry laboratories, 
and for recruiting. 



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The College of Business and Industry is the oldest College 
of Business in the state and one of the oldest in the South. 
The mission of the College of Business and Industry is to 
provide: (1) intellectual, cultural, and professional devel- 
opment for the people enrolled in its instructional pro- 
grams; (2) discovery of new and useful knowledge through 
academic and applied research; and (3) effective appli- 
cation of knowledge in the business and economic de- 
velopment of the state, region, and nation through service 
activities. 

In 1979, the Department of Accounting was designated as 
the School of Accountancy in answer to a need for at- 
tention to the unique requirements of the growing pro- 
fession of accountancy. The School of Accountancy is a 
professional school which combines general education, 



broad business administration, and accounting educa- 
tion dedicated to prepare participants for jobs in the 
public and private sector. One of the major events of 
the year was the selection of outstanding professors set 
up as part of the purposes of the Bill Simmons Teaching 
Excellence Fund. Below are pictured the four recipients 
of these excellence awards for outstanding teaching and 
service in the last five years. From left to right, Dr. 
Clyde Herring, named the Bill Simmons Teaching Fel- 
low; Dr. Frances McNair, named to the KPMG Peat 
Marwick Professorship of Accounting; Dr. Zoel 
Daughtrey, named to the Tenneco Professorship of 
Accounting; and Professor Mark Lehman, named to 
the Arthur Andersen Professorship in Accounting. 
-Kevin M. Lewis 





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OBI LAN computers are used by one and all of the 
jismess and MIS majors in McCool Hall. 



"It is wonderful to work in a place where alumni 
mew teaching, research, and service by faculty as 
important enough to provide funds to award 
excellence of current performance. This program 
should ensure that our faculty remains strong as 
it has been traditionally. " 

-Dr. Dora Herring, Director of School of 
Acountancy 




-photo by David Farrish 

Dr Dennis R. Leyden, Dean of the College of Business and 
Industry 



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The College of Education is responsible for all 
teacher education at Mississippi State University. 
The College of Education is a professional college 
committed to fulfilling the following three major 
functions: (1) to provide undergraduate and 
graduate professional preparation for teachers, 
administrators, school service personnel, and oth- 
ers who assume education-related positions in 
settings other than schools; (2) to collaborate with 
school personnel, educational agencies, profes- 
sional groups, and others interested in the eval- 
uation and improvement of educational oppor- 
tunities, programs, and services; and (3) to 
promote and conduct experimental and other 
research studies designed to improve educational 
practice and to advance educational theory. 

In response to the academic underprepared- 
ness of Mississippi's "at risk" youth, the Carnegie 
Foundation has awarded a $100,000 grant to 
Mississippi State and Jackson State Universities' 
Colleges of Education to work in a collaborative 



venture with selected school districts in Mis- 
sissippi to develop and implement the first year 
program activities of a five-year project, En- 
hancing the Academic Skills of Youth (EASY). 
In accordance with the mission and scope of 
the award, Mississippi State University is work- 
ing in partnership with Tupelo and Lowndes 
County School Districts. 

Project EASY is a pre-college intervention 
model based on the belief that the challenge of 
improving the performance of disadvantaged 
youth in science and mathematics is not just the 
responsibility of schools. Thus, Project EASY 
represents a partnership of schools, parents, 
higher education, government, and private en- 
terprise working together toward the goal of 
increasing the participation of disadvantaged 
Mississippi youth in science and related math- 
ematics careers to include teaching. 
-Kevin M. Lewis 




-photo by David Farrish 

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"Our primary goal in Project EASY is to en- 
hance the academic achievement of at risk students 
in mathematics, science, and communication skills, 
and to ultimately increase the number of students 
entering college and selecting teaching as a ca- 
reer." 

-Dr. Linda Cornelious, Department of Technology 
and Education 
Co-Director Project EASY 




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r. Arnold J. Moore, Dean of the College of Education Students must practice the xylophone before allowing stu- 
dents to play. 



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The College of Engineering, a professional en- 
gineering college at Mississippi State University, 
conducted basic and applied research in the field 
of Engineering. It also engaged in many public 
service activities such as the Raspet Flight Re- 
search Laboratory This Laboratory was an in- 
tegral part of the Department of Aerospace En- 
gineering. As a result of the flight research in 
aerodynamics, the Laboratory has developed the 
ability to design and build various experimental 
structures of metal or modern composite ma- 
terials. One example was an airplane, the MSU 
MARVEL III, which has been designed, built, 
and flight tested at the Laboratory. 

The College is divided into many departments 



according to each curriculum. In these certain 
programs, the student has received the un- 
derstanding of the fundamental principles of 
Engineering Science and Engineering Practice 
through research. By making efforts to involve 
students more and more in research activities, 
the College of Engineering strived to insure 
that its students continue to receive outstand- 
ing employment upon graduation. The list of 
the College of Engineering's achievements and 
accomplishments is long but as Dean Robert 
Altenkirch stated, "It is the people of the col- 
lege who make it strong." 
-Mary Jakway 




This aerospace engineering student is proudly displays the 

classes latest project. 



Dr. Robert A. Altenkirk, Dean of the College of 

Engineering 




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"It is the people of the College 
who make it strong/' 
-Dean Robert Altenkirch, Dean 
of the College of Engineering 




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aerospace project is kept out at the Raspit Flight 
oratory in west Starkville. 




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The School of Forest Resources is comprised of 
three departments that offer instructional pro- 
grams leading to the B.S. degree in three majors: 
Forestry, Fishery Management, and Forest 
Products. The mission of the School of Forest 
Resources is to promote the professional and 
intellectual development of its students; to ex- 
pand through research the fundamental knowl- 
edge upon which the natural resource disciplines 
are based; and to assist with the development and 
utilization of the forest, wildlife and water re- 
sources of the state and nation through appro- 



priate applied research, service, and technology 
transfer activities. Professional and support staff 
for all programs in the School of forest Resources 
totals 215. Additionally, 87 graduate students 
have half-time work appointments as graduate 
research assistants in their respective depart- 
ments. The School's professional staff is com- 
posed of 48 faculty and 57 professional non- 
faculty. The School of Forest Resources is housed 
in several buildings at six locations on the main 
campus at Mississippi State University. 
-Aimee Wade 




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The School of Forest Resources is 
housed at six locations on the main 
campus of MSU. Construction of a 
new 63,000 square foot building to 
house research and graduate pro- 
grams of the Departments of Wildlife 
and Fisheries was begun in June of 
1990 and was completed in late 1991. 




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There is an essential need for catfish farmers to 
have drugs and vaccines to treat diseases of 
which they commonly encounter. The College of 
Veterinary Medicine must be intimately involved 
in the development of drugs and vaccines for the 
catfish industry. 

-Dr. H. Dwight Mercer 



The College of Veterinary Medicine was es- 
tablished in 1974 by an act of the Mississippi 
Legislature. The first class was admitted during 
the 1977-78 academic year and graduated in 
May 1981. 

The primary objective of the college is to be 
concerned with the needs of Mississippi. In 
keeping with that objective, the College of Vet- 



erinary Medicine is working on several projects 
that are beneficial to the school and to the state of 
Mississippi. For example, a project on which the 
students and professors are working is the de- 
velopment of drugs and vaccines for catfish. At the 
present time, there are only two drugs and one 
vaccine available to prevent fish diseases. This 
research is of crucial importance to the catfish 
industry of Mississippi. 

Mississippi State University is very proud to have 
the Veterinary Medicine program actively in-j 
volved in such important issues that will reach toi 
all facets of the state. 
-Christy Mullen 







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Dr. H. Dwight Mercer, Dean of the 
College of Veterinary Medicine. 



Vernon C. Langston, 
DVM, PhD, of the Col- 
lege of Veterinary Med- 
icine at Mississippi State 
University has made a 
significant step in tech- 
nology with his pro- 
gram StripSearch. The 
American Veterinary 
Medical Association 
uses his program in the 
Journal of the Ameri- 
can Veterinary Medical 
Association . 

The strips, which are 
printed in the maga- 
zine, contain all the bib- 
liographic data and in- 
terpretative summaries 
of articles printed in the 
issue. When scanned by 
a Soft-strip scanner and 
loaded into the Strip- 
Search Abstract Man- 
agement Program, the 
information becomes a 
key to fast, easy search- 
es of information pre- 
sented in scientific ar- 
ticles printed in the 
Journal of the AVMA 
and other participating 
journals. 
-Christy Mullen 



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Student 
Association 

The Student Association of Mis- 
sissippi State University is com- 
posed of all of the students at 
MSU, making it the largest stu- 
dent organization in Mississippi. 

As the governing body for the stu- 
dent population, the S.A.'s three 
governmental branches: execu- 
tive, legislative, and judicial, work 
to represent the desires and needs 
of the student body to MSU's ad- 
ministration. 

The executive branch consists of 
the president, vice president, sec- 
retary, treasurer and the presi- 
dent's cabinet. This branch works 
to see that the constitution and by- 
laws of the S.A. and all new leg- 
islation are put into effect and en- 
forced. 

The legislative branch is com- 
posed of 30 student senators (13 
from residence halls and 17 rep- 
resenting day students). The sen- 
ate proposes legislation to change 
campus policies, to set new policies 
into motion, and to improve cer- 
tain areas of campus. 

The judicial branch of the S.A. is 
composed of the Elections Ap- 
peals Court, which hears cases in- 
volving disputes concerning stu- 
dent elections, and the Judicial 
Council, which acts as the Su- 
preme Court of the Student As- 
sociation. 

The United Way Cabinet is a spe- 
cial branch of the Student Asso- 
ciation that works each year to 
raise money in Oktibbeha county 
for the United Way. It offers stu- 
dents the opportunity to become 
involved in community projects. 
This year's challenge has been to 
encourage statewide involvement, 
striving to involve the other col- 
leges and universities within the 
state. 



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CABINET — Row l:Wanda Mills, Al Gamble, David Williams, Leslie Bethea, Spence Flatgard, Johnny Corbin 
Sara Beth McReynolds, David Wasserman, Stephen Palmer Row 2: Louis Robison, Purvie Green, Meg Mont 
gomery, Stacie Berry, Shannon Nunnelee, Mary Katherine Dollar, Amy Marquez, Laura Beth Fleming, Hun;; 
Shipman, Jay Murphy 




SENATE — Row 1: Tracey Hill, Allison Simmons, Amanda Stamps, Andrea Dallas, Rhonda Killibrew, Ji - 
Boykin, Candee Mosley Row 2: Rob Witthauer, Tony Jeff, Wade Williams, Jim Gray, Buddy McRae, Chanc r 
Ewing, Galagher Jeff Row 3: Mike Cooper, Natalie Gordon, Timmy Walker, Keri Ray, Leigh Allison Lyell, In 
Wright, Leslie Bethea, Lasca Fogle, Al Gamble Row 4: Randy Dye, Tommy James, Patrick Gordon, Au y 
Pearman, Mike Pepper, Cooper Callaway, Billy Doughty, Jeffrey Clark, Johnny Corbin. 




Governmental 
Affairs 



Row 1: Heather Saum, Shayne Easterling, 
Jessica De Groote, Stacie Berry, Natalie 
Srrels, Laura Nelson Row 2: Chad Hoge, 
Jim Anthony, John Stratton, Jim Gray, 
Barry Steward, Jason Young, Dave Webb, 
Lee Gardner, Kevin COuch, Keith James, 
John Bryan, David Porco 



Research 
Committee 



Row 1: Chandra Smith, Tom Curlin, Amy 
Marquez, Andrea Hastings Row 2: Amy 
Sampson, Jim Gordon, David Evans, 
Pernille Christensen 



University 

Services 
Committee 

Susan Stubblefield, Meg Montgomery, 
Stephanie Stucky, Tammy Chapman, Lyn 
Fortenberry, Lynn Henderson, Ed Rut- 
ledge, Missy Hensley 






Student 

Health 

Committee 



Row 1: Terrilyn Atterberry, Julie Wenzel, 
Eloise Jeffries, Jamie Hodges, Christy 
Sanders Row 2: Julia Potter, Lynn Jones, 
Debbie Potter, Erna Ehodman, John Bry- 
an, Cathy McElveen 



Public 
Relations 



Row 1: Jeff Collins, Lewis Robinson, Jody 
Owen, Jay James Row 2: Beverly Snell, 
Dave Webb, Tammy Ashmore, Jennifer 
Hoff 



Physically 
Challenged 
Committee 



Maree McMInn, Melissa Phelps, Twanda 
Mills, Janey O'Connell, Christy Sanders, 
Wendy Collins 





BARK 



Row 1: Kevin Chunn, Kimberly Dong, 
Bethany Ainsworth, Madrina Hazelton, 
Sharon Gandy, Christy Smith, Cassondra 
Berch, Traci Hill Row 2: Kevin Brooks, 
David Williams, Oscar C. Peace, Jamel Fos- 
ter, Andraco Bohannon, Christopher 
Campbell Row 3: Anthony Key, Erick Wil- 
liams, Pamela Greenwood, Mechell Clark, 
Anthony Lawrence 



Activities 
Committee 



Amy Dobbs, Mary Katherine Dollar, Kent 
Marshall, Lori McGuffee, Lynn Hender- 
son, Amy Kate Ford, Cassie Lepard, 
Natalie Moses 



Student 

Health 

and Wellness 

Committee 

Row 1: Charlotte Bosarge, Jamie Hodges, 
Peyton Passons Row 2: Allen Dove, An- 
thony Morgan, Stacy Perdue, David Wil- 



United Way 
Student 
Cabinet 

Row 1: Matalie Gordon, Beth Cummins, 
Barry Wise, Steve Tuttle Row 2: Susan 
Welch, Susan Stubblefield, Katherine 
Graves Row 3: Jay Murphy, Niki Dorizas, 
Leslie Metcalfe, Chandler Ewing 



Housing 
Committee 



Row 1: Claire Jacobs, Suzanne Lee, Jenny 
Manuel, Julie Ingram, Wade Williams Row 
2: Anthony Morgan, Michelle Fancher, 
Chandler Ewing, Jose' Rosado, John 
Marsh, Scott Barnes, David Wasserman 



Academic 
Affairs 



Row 1: Shannon Rodman, Jennifer Hawks, 
Rebecca Burger, Allison East, Beth 
Clayton, Alison Abril Row 2: Clay Smith, 
Rob Reynolds, Chuck Frye, Kyle Moran, 
Stephen Palmer, Walt Skupien, Brady 
Watts 



Judicial 
Council 



Row 1: Amy Winn, Beth Lovelace, Purvie 
Green Row 2: Cory Collins, Kevin Howze, 
Erik LaValle 








Accounting 
Society 

row 1: Coretta McCarter, Dr. Gilda M. 
Agacer, Anderson Copeland, Jennifer 
Ard, Michael Welch, Barbara Ball, Leslie 
Zacharias, Becky Russell, Michelle New- 
som, Vickie Smith, LaWanda Hampton 
Row 2: Krista Speaks, Patricia Martin, Su- 
san Harris, Seema Vadhwa, Connie Eakes, 
Kim Cuccaro, Mark Holley, David Gibbs, 
Carl Nichols, Jon Sanders, Andria Gres- 
sett, Kim Dixon, Kelly Bryant, Jeanna 
Sorto, Karissa Hall, Kim Singleton, Steph- 
anie Campbell 




Agricultural 

Economics 

Club 



Row 1: Robert Kittrell, Tonya Taylor, Bob 
Welker Row 2: Linda Pipkin, Charles 
Walker, George Baird Row 3: Mitch 
LeFlore, Les Holiman, David Marine, 
Scott Reed, Fred Jones Row 4: Dr. Little, 
Will Wensley. 










AIAS 




AETB Club 



Row 1: Chris Watson, Dexter Pate, Brad 
Powell, Richard Breland, Benny Borst, 
Jimmy Reed. 



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Alpha Pi Mu 
Industrial 

Engineering 
Honor 
Society 

Row 1: Keith Blair, David Childress, Helen 
Bush, Trisha Smith Row 2: Tina Juli- 
ana, Mitch Franks, Jeffery Statham, Ellen 
O'Neal, Su Chin Garner Row 3: Chuck 
Sparrow, Douglas Gibson, Joe Moorman, 
Andy Calvert 



Alpha Zeta 

Row 1: Candee Mosley, Beth Duncan, 
Linda Pipkin, Sara Hood, Cindy Rees Row 
2: Shawn Oliver, Christy Griffin, Mary 
Hitchner, Patty Wilder Row 3: Tulon 
McKee, Mike Pepper, Lynn Reinschmiedt, 
Brad Hawcroft, Wallace Killcreas. 



Alumni 
Delegates 

Outstanding students from all walks of life 
are selected for the Alumni Delegate pro- 
gram sponsored by the MSU Alumni As- 
sociation. Those students work to promote 
Mississippi State University's accomphish- 
ments and commitment to higher educa- 
tion in Mississippi. 

As liaisons for MSU students and alumni, 
the Alumni Delegates work to inform the 
student body of the Alumni Association's 
contribution to MSU and to better inform 
alumni of campus activities and develop- 
ments. The Alumni Delegates are involved 
in fund raising, hosting alumni functions, 
sponsoring service projects, and increasing 
alumni membership. Some programs spon- 
sored by the Alumni Delegates include Ex- 
am Week Survival Kits, Alumni Open 
Houses and Reunions, and Senior Salute, a 
reception honoring MSU's graduating 
seniors. 

Regardless of where you go on campus, 
Alumni Delegates are recognized as lead- 
ers at Mississippi State University. Ded- 
icated to the ideals and support of Mis- 
sissippi State University, the Alumni 
Delegates strive to inform students and 
alumni of the quality education, innovative 
research, and outstanding opportunities 
MSU is providing Mississippi and the na- 
tion. 





American 

Inst. 

of 

Aeronautics 

& 
Astronautics 

Row 1: Jacques Virasak, Chip Bobbin, Clif- 
ton Stokes, Carl Lewis, David Vaughn, 
Richard Gray Row 2: Dr. Kenneth Hall, 
Joel Robinson, Frank Caldwell, Scott 
Smith, John Davis, Robert Harris, Sean 
Whitney. 



American Inst. 

of Chemical 

Engineers 



Row 1: Amy Dykes, Marilyn McDonough, 
Mary Caraway, Michael Ray, Philip Antici 
Row 2: Roger D. Crain, Roger W. Crain, 
Michael Stogner, Christine Thomas, 
Stephanie Ware, Leslie Allen Row 3: 
Stephanie Franks, Merrian Black, Tina 
Morris, Steve Bounds, James Howell, Mi- 
chael Bloesch, Dr. George Lightsey Row 4: 
Lisa Mock, Angela Smith, Polly Gill, Karen 
Norment, Todd Hoff, Emily Herrin, Leslie 
Montgomery Row 5: John Chow, Boon 
Low, Melanie Miller, Bill McCarty, Jesse 
Fold, David Bush, Scott Hodges, Betsy 
Torrey Row 6: Derek Rester, Glynn 
Bushart, Randy Swindle, Leonard Majani, 
Allen Bodron, Steve Thomas, Kyle Kim- 
mons, Richard Harrell. 



American 

Chemical 

Society 

The Student Affiliate of the American 
Chemical Society(SA/ACS) consists of 
chemistry, annual departmental picnin, 
pizza parties, recruiting, and fund raisers. 
Every year, the group travels to the annual 
SA/ACS Southeastern Regional Under- 
graduate Research Conference. This year, 
the MSU SA/ACS travelled to Louisiana 
State University in April to attend this con- 
ference. The officers for this academic 
year were Ian Chen, president; Michael 
McSwiney, vice-president; Paul Magehee, 
secretary;Alex Waterson, treasurer; Dr. 
Bill Henry, advisor. 



Row 1: Kelli Johnson, Lisa Mock, Kimberly 
Johnson, Angela Harris, Melissa Fogg, Kim 
Bradley Row 2: Erik Lessman, Glynn 
Bushart, Arnold Smith, Jeffery Long, Tim 
Miller, Derek Rester Row 3: Bill Henry, 
Alex Waterson, Ian A. Chen, Barbara Sim- 
mons-Criss, Dexter L. Criss, Laura Weih- 
ing, Paul Megehee 



American 

Inst. 

Floral 

Designers 

Row 1: Dawn Wood, Debbie LoBianco, 
Laura Copeland Row 2: Fred Bachner, 
Brad Howcroft, Frank Hensler, Keeth 
Buckley, Craig Helmuth, Jerald Commack, 
Roger Spruce. 





Angel Flight 

Row 1: Alice Thompson, Amy Dunaway, 
Allison Hutchinson, Kay Maghan, Katrina 
Poe, Hope Weems, Georgeen Matijevich, 
Stephanie Phillips, Vicki Leonard, Ginger 
Mangum, Traci Woods, Anna Lew, Mae- 
lanie Helton, Melynn Mangum Row 2: 
Kym Collins, Bethany Johnson, Paige Tin- 
ney, Joan Adams, Rithie Drake, Robin 
Spell, Elizabeth Owens, Rhonda Butler, Ja- 
net Downey, Shannon Smith, Susan Sul- 
livan, Brenda Powell, Kery Ada Adams, 
Jacqueline Young, Rhonda Moore, Me- 
lanie King, Lisa Young, Theresa Ward. 



ASCE 



Arnold Air 
Society 

Row 1: Mike Quintini, Paul Rounsavall, 
Wade Permit, Lamar Harris Row 2: Bobby 
Woods, Mark O'Neal, John Gunnufsen, 
Chris Hudson Row 3: Scott Sanford, Jim 
Hinds, Gene Cummins, Tray Read. 



ASSW 



Row 1: Kareader Brand, Clair Prince, 
Stacey Newman, Crystal Hearn-Eatman, 
Bonnie Wright, Camille Kilgore Row 2: 
Edward Williams, Margo Swain, Shannon 
Carter, Sonja Thomas, Kimberly Walls, 
Margaret Bush. 





Baptist 

Student 

Union 



Row 1: Wes Bowen, Melanie Groner, 
suzanne Teel, Stephanie Shriner, Shelly 
Hammons, Colbey Penton, Kent Marshall 
Row 2: Christy Carley, Steve Wampler, 
Michael Bowers, June C. Scoggins, Ken 
Watkins, Jason Allen, Susan Lee, Kip Ray 



Beta Alpha 
Psi 



Row 1: Julie McGehee, Gina Brooks, Lez- 
lie Rounsaville, Wendy Hobgood, Allegra 
Ford Row 2: Kelly Bryant, Suzanne Lee, 
Cheryl Mclntire, Holly Hammett Row 3: 
Jeanna Sorto, Alyson Littlejohn, Laurie 
Nowell, Sara Beth McReynolds, Robin 
Cooley, Nikki Young, Patricia Ferrell, 
Debbie Sykes, Camille Spencer, Jody Mill- 
er Row 4: Debbie Gray, Amy Hindman, 
Belinda Underwood, Sharon Day, Kathy 
Curtis, Regina Downs, Melissa Irby, Terri 
Stewart, Carrie Record, Troy Ray Row 5: 
Greg McNeese, Rie McCulloch, Bill 
Hardin, Andrew Copeland, John David 
Wicker, Kenneth Rhea, Steve Swetz Row 
6: Mike Blount, Brad Long, James Garrett, 
Kevin Taylor, Reginald Hannah. 



Blackfriars 
Drama Society 



Row 1: Molly Burns, Alicia Long, Dianna 
White, Dani Nichols, Lakshmi Kothaneth, 
Michelle Purdy, Beverly Snell, Jenny Rog- 
ers Row 2: Melanie Rogers, Joe Turner, 
Catherine Speck, Krista Burchfield, Cathy 
McElveen, Paige Fratesi, Pam Mooring 
Row 3: Ty Phillips, Chandra Vaughn, Billy 
Moody, Chris Harrelson Row 4: Joe Evans, 
Chas Williams, Michelle Reiss, Holly Hun- 
ter, Terry Fabley, Timothy Turnipseed. 



Sigma Chi 
Little Sisters 



Row 1: Stephanie Sowell, Julie Noble, 
Nina Brookhart, Christy Hatcher, Tiffany 
Martin, Ashley Thomas, Tracy Tabb, Sally 
Akers, Amy Dukes Row 2: Angee Phares, 
Molly Payne, Melissa Frederick, Keri Ray, 
Beth Cummins, Allison White, Mary 
Katherine Cooper, Heather Ray, Ashley 
Hays, Julie Nabors Row 3: Lou Ann Hoop, 
Stephanie Thomas, Michelle McGilberry, 
Leigh Allyson Lyell, Barker Jordan, Marty 
Brown, Meredith Cox, Becky James, Kristy 
Kemp, Angie Justice Row 4: Monica Serio, 
Tracy Josey, Wendy McCubbins, Kim Da- 
vis, Tracie Montgomery, Kathy Ritter, 
Kim Boykin, Amy McCaleb Row 5: Neely 
Harper, Amy Powell, Laura Martin, Jenni 
Bright, Trisha Lyons, Carolyn Ellis Row 6: 
Charlie Winfield, Allyson Batson, Anda 
Iverson, Virginia Wood, Christy Pate, Jim 
Anthony. 




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Block and 
Bridle 

Row 1: Kevin Wilson, John Huston, Brad- 
ley Horton, Holly Harper, Bradley Law- 
rence, Julie Darden, Jeff Peterman, Lee 
Greer Row 2: Brian Garner, Chad Gray, 
Ben Harlow, Debbie Whitehurst, Patrick 
Poindexter, Arnie Pittman, Kathy Moore, 
Bruick Larkin, Shannon O'Reilly, Terry 
Emerson, Jimmy Harrison Row 3: Susan 
Marshall, Laura Beth Parker, Gay Atkin- 
son, Mary Nell Woods, Bryna McKinnon, 
Kim Campbell, Kinta Ladner, Melinda 
Poole, Paul Nations, Renee Kenner Row 4: 
Susan Donahoo, Julie Garner, Patti Pick- 
ering, Sandra Banes, Chad Stocks, Pat 
Larkin, Michelle Fordam, Shane Day. 



Blue Key 

Row 1: Greg Smith, John David Wicker, 
Jared Blalock, Kendall McCarter Row 2: 
Scott Guest, Claus Grassel, Erik LaValle, 
Rob Witthauer 



Campus 

Crusade for 

Christ 

Row 1: Chris O'Daniel, Elizabeth Rimmer, 
Christy McNeel, Mark Fancher, Scot Ep- 
person, Eric Istre, Melissa Garner, Melanie 
Wade, Danny McKinney Row 2: Chris 
Richardson, Amy Beachum, Denise Rob- 
bins, Alison Miller, Marcy DeBardelaben, 
Kristie Abel, Kristie Harrick, Dana Har- 
rick, Lana Mays, LaDonna Langley, Rita 
Ezell Row 3: Todd Gothard, George 
Swartzenegger, Garrett LeMond, Robby 
Bryant, Matthew Olive, Art Maki, Ann 
Hood, Heather Allen Row 4: Mark Ste- 
vens, Erik Lessmann, Clifford Lynn Ste- 
phenson, Aaron Rogers, Casey Dare, Larry 
Gariepy, Snuffy Smith, Paul Pickett, Aaron 
Brown, Pamela Frazier, Joe O'Neil, Mark 
Gregor. 








Executive 
Board 



Row 1: Kim Maddox-Program Director, 
Cyndi Sheff-Administrative Secretary Row 
2: Chris Williams)-Graduate Assistant, 
Tony Marucci-Student Director, Bruce 
Van Devender-Program/Operations Co- 
ordinator. 



Division 
Heads 



Scott Bonds-Travel, Maria Barlow- 
Film/Video, Galagher Jeff-Recreation, 
Ken Moffit-Fashion Board, Tony Marucci- 
Student Director, Jennifer Morphis- 
Special Events, Ginny Dees-Lecturn, Dus- 
tin Smith-Entertainment, Bo Richardson- 
Short Courses. 




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Special Events 

Row 1: Heath Bush, Cory Collins, Andrea 
Burger, Sally Morrow, Julie Ingram, 
Kimberly Singleton, Lyn Palmer, Keith 
Jones, Jennifer MorphisRow 2: Russ 
Rinehart, Trey McSweyn, Kristy Kemp, 
Sally Hunt, Christy Smith, Connie McCar- 
ra, Laura Moore, John Bryan, Tony 
McMahan. 



Entertainment 



Row 1: Cassie Lepard, Amy Teel, Yvette 
Herrington, Lisa Hendrick, Tammy 
Ashmore, Beverly Reese, Ashley Hayes 
Row 2: Polly Thomason, Shawna Bennett, 
Amy Dougherty, Brian Gordon, Bo Bowl- 
in, Heather Lynne White, Shannon Smith, 
Chase Wilkinson, Cheryl Lolley Row 3: 
Michelle Fancher, Cary Watkins, John 
Garriga, Joel easley, Kerri Callaway, Susan 
Dean Row 4: Dustin Smith 



Recreational 
Short Courses 

Row 1: Bo Richardson, Amy Dobbs, Anna 
Minor, Dana Hixson, Beth Cummins Row 
2: Bryan Fowler, Doug Fortenberry, 
Cameron Meek, Christine Cuicchi, 
Kimberly Tanner, Russ Bowen 



Public 
Relations 

Row 1: Chas Williams, Honey Jones, Penny 
Cox, Clare Kaplan, Holly Howell, Dana 
McKinney, Terri Tabor, Casey Dade, Paul 
Welborn Row 2: Kristie Harrick, Amy 
Hooks, Jennifer McWhorter, Shannon 
Goldsworthy, Tom Henderson, Wendy 
Doggett, Angel Moore, Hunter Farris, 
Russ Lyle Row 3: Shelle Montgomery, 
Amanda Keller, Claire Jacobs, Aimee Cal- 
ais, Thaddeus Fonck, Arnold Luciano, 
Katherine Graves, Tonya Wells, Mike 
Gleason 



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Recreation 
Division 

Row 1: Galagher Jeff, Kim Wright, Jen- 
nipher Schrag, Chris Carruth, Natalie Sor- 
rels, Sherra Slaughter, Krista Speaks Row 
2: Christopher Boyd, Amy Ragland, Jen- 
nifer Rogers, Angela Palmer, Lisa Auton, 
Caroline O'Quin, Mona Tanner Row 3: 
Roxanne Penton, Brent Sheppard, Mat- 
thew Mayfield, Jeff Cook, Kevin Holland, 
Tina Peterson, Jeff Cox 



Lectern 



Row 1: Patti Pickering, Cory Knight, Mary 
Hill Randall, Ginny Dees, Jennifer 
Yelverton, Erin E. Prats, Anthony Wiker- 
son Row 2: Brad Rackley, Ronnie Shelby, 
Jim Gordon, John Rush, Stevie Watson, 
Steve Horton 



Travel 
Committee 



Row 1: Susan Harris, Dana Franke, Gracde 
Lott, Kitty Sanders, Kim Young, Scott Bonds 
Row 2: Billy Reynolds, Clay Smith, Lou Ann 
Hood, Cathy Ritter, Rob Reynolds 



Film/Video 

Row 1: Dana Booker, Kristina May, Maria 
Barlow, Nikki Porter, Alison Simmons 
Row 2: Andrea Echols, Melissa Doll, Jen- 
nifer Adams, Stace Woodruff Row 3: Jen- 
nifer Williams, Kimberly White, Stephanie 
Stucky, Marrion Mills Row 4: Paul Shook, 
Terry Danaghe, Ryan Jarzen, Allee An- 
derson 



Canterbury 

Episcopal 

Fellowship 

Row 1: Alice Franks, Ginny Dees, Mary 
Randall, Beverly Reese, Amanda Keller 
Row 2: Jenny Davenport, Jackie Thomas, 
Tim Lytle, Sahnnon Nelson, Sallie Wil- 
liford Row 3: Simone Tullos, Andrew 
Liles, Chas Williams, David Morse, Steve 
Joy, Laura Ellis Row 4: Chuck Woods, Ash- 
lye Davis, Anita George, Lin Watts, Paul 
McDonald, Gene Towles, Bob Brown. 

Cardinal Key 




Row 1: Susan Jennings, Diane Welch, 
Lainie Tubertini, Holly Steele, Tanya Tay- 
lor, Aimee Calais, Jennifer Ard, Christy 
Brumfield, Lesley Smith, Gina Guest Row 
2: Elizabeth Welch, Beth Batson, Mary 
Katheryne Dollar, Lisa Morici, Owen 
Edmonson, Kimberly Brown, Leslie 
Zacharias, Lisa Martin, Kim Durham, Me- 
lanie Hartwig, Stacy Ball. 





Catholic 

Student 

Union 

Row 1: Cecilia Cartman, Chantel Krause, 
Ginny Cochran, Bridget McPherson, Kris- 
ten Wolfe, Robert Rivera Row 2: Cathy 
Dunning, Ara Vuncannon, John Johnsey, 
Kalicia Alpe, Alan Hotard, David Burt, 
Ana-Paula Almeida, J. Donnaway, Caro- 
line Garcia, Claudio Almeida, Carlos Bel- 
tran, Mike Goatley Row 3: Angie Clark, 
Laura McGilbra, Shawn Burns, Jennifer 
Adams, Adrienne Brady, Janet Downey, 
Bernard Ellis, Cita Rivera, Christine 
Quare, Lisa Goatley Row 4: Adam Ke- 
isman, Ron McGilbra, Chip Reno, Ar- 
mando Ramos, Kim Couch, David Lyons, 
Mark Jernigan, Chris Westbrook, Bobby 
Catchot, Kyker Abel, Rene' Brignac, Tim 
Murphy, Fr. Mike O'Brien 

College of 

Business and 

Industry 

Row 1: Kirk Walters-Treasurer, Scott Ben- 
jamin-President, Stephen Barron-Vice 
President, Bradley Warnock-Secretary. 



College 
Republicans 

Row 1: Dana Collins-Executive Assitant, 
Melissa Brown-Executive Director, 
Galagher Jeff-District Rep., Cary Watkins- 
Treasurer, Benton Penn-National Com- 
mittee Rep., Tony Jeff-President, Jay Per- 
ry-Publicity, Buddy McRae-Vice-President. 

DECA 

Row 1: Laura Carson, Jan Smith, Steph- 
anie Gainey Row 2: Dr. James Patton, 
Drako El Amin, Lisa Cade, Wheeler Myers, 
Michelle Clay, Cindy Goza, Julia Gather 
Row3: Lisa West, Cindy Young, Melanie 
Wade, Stephaine Briggs. 





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Duggar Hall 
Legislature 

Row 1: Robert Con Will, Ray Quon, Joe 
Smith. 



We, the residents of Duggar Hall, in order 
to stimulate a more active enviroment con- 
cerning physical training coupled with ex- 
pert advice and coordination, to improve 
social and economic ties between the sur- 
rounding community and Duggar Hall stu- 
dents, to promote a more politically active 
and awake enviroment between residence 
hall students and important local, state, 
and national issues, to instill a more in- 
tellectually sound enviroment encompass- 
ing opportunity and assistance programs to 
all residence hall students, do hereby es- 
tablish and ordain this constitution. 



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Duggar Hall 

Executive 

Council 

Row 1: Michael Dieckhoff, Joseph Mathis, 
Patrick Donald Row 2: Ian Derrick Dever- 
oux, Mike Roberson, John Thomas Simp- 
son. 

Duggar Hall 
Judicial 
Council 

Row 1: Michael Brooks, Brian Lee, Jon 
Haar, David Gore, Christopher Basic. 





DPMA 



Row 1: Sara Lai, Kevin Teng, Brett Lan- 
dry, Janell Hudson, Sonia Thrasher, Scott 
Johnson, David Williams, Carol Steimle 
Row 2: Zaida Mohamed-Shariff, Shaun 
Hicks, David Magee, Julie Criddle, Atol 
Seiman, Kwoting Fang, Thuan-Pheow Tan 
Row 3: Charles Eaves, Mike Sanders, Brit 
Dieterich, Teresa Jang, Laura White, 
Granville Barker, James Raines, Ginger 
Paul. 



Elder 
Statesmen 



Row 1: Jeffery Minton, Steve Tuttle, How- 
ard Brown, Scott McMinn, Tripp Arnold 
Row 2: Mark Merritte, Brad Williams, 
Cooper Calloway, Jason Young, Scott Ben- 
jamin Row 3: Johny Carbin, Jim Shirley, 
John Strutton, Jim Brown 




Engineering 
Student 
Council 

Row 1: Larry Raines, Christi Goldman, 
Trisha Smith, Jeff Cook Row 2: Marilyn 
McDonough, Shane Crowe, Clifton Stokes, 
Vickie Cavazos, Sue Chin Garner Row 3: 
Keith Blair, Sarah Mooney, Stacie Miles, 
Lisa Robinson, Julie Cowles, Derrick Sav- 
age Row 4: Michael Smith, Brian Jackson, 
Michael Taylor, Kristine Haley, Jan Pat- 
ton, Michael Williams Row 5: Joel Rob- 
inson, Brian Evans, Deryl Long, David 
Schmidt, Jerry W. Middleton, Jr., David 
Coleman. 

Eta Kappa Nu 

Eta Kappa Nu is the international honor 
society for electrical engineers. Outstand- 
ing students are elected primarily from the 
junior and senior classes of accredited un- 
dergraduate programs. For these students, 
elegibility depends largely on records es- 
tablished during the first two or three 
years in college. 

The organization's aim is to assist its mem- 
bers throughout their lives in becoming 
better professionals, as well as better cit- 
izens. In turn, another goal of the organ- 
ization is that its members serve as a con- 
structive force, helping fellow members 
and non-members alike to improve the 
standards of the profession, the courses of 
instruction, and the university as a whole. 

Acitvities for the 1991-1992 year included 
dedication of the Eta Kappa Nu Garden in 
front of the Simrall Electrical Engineering 
Building on October 25, 1991 by Dr. Rob- 
ert Betten, Executive Secretary of Eta Kap- 
pa Nu National Headquarters. 



Row 1: Dr. S. Grzybowski, Prof. Paul Jacob, Darren 
Brown, Greg Dikes, Ahmad Haque, Dr. B.J. Ball, Dr. R. 
Altenkirch, Dr. R. Betten, Harry Simrall, Stacy Amason, 
Kashif Akhtar. Dr. Jerry Rogers, Mrs. K Ledlow, K. 
Ledlow Row 2: Dr. Chester McKee, Dr. P. Donahoe, 
Stephen Jarrett, Benjamin Barnette, Alane Tentoni, 
Suzanne Hill, Byron Reed, Nadesan Narenthiran Row 3: 
Berry McCormick, Chongbin Ren, Jiann-Liang Chen, 
Matthew Chandler, Damir Novosel, James Jian-Ping 
Zhang. Earnest Cody Row 4: Baber Khan, David Temple, 
Billy Kirkpatrick, Jimmy Priddy, Paul Murray, Mike 
Draper. 



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Fashion Board 

Row 1: Claus Grassel, Tess Thomas-Miller, 
Ken Gracey Moffitt, David R. Box, Ad- 
riane Cureington, Ray Lenow Row 2: 
Laray Brown, Kim Boykin, MariAnn 
McPherson, Chris Burkes, Kristin Thomp- 
son, Stephanie Wallace, Sonya Vassar, 
Kristen Phillips, Jenny Burger, Yvette Her- 
rington, Traci Blake, Terry Brown Row 3: 
Robyn Santucci, Adrienne Cox, Carla 
Farr, Camille Scales, Dexter Jones, Kim 
Campbell, Dustan Louque, Katherine 
Brown, Melody Owen, Rabia Edari Row 4: 
Charles Beavers, Katrina Jones, Lasca 
Fogle, Penny Harper, Jennifer Conn, Marc 
Goldmon, Ron Verdell, Amy Ragland, 
Holly Howell, Lynn Jones Row 5: Lanay 
Mixon, Vicki Reed, Renae Hamilton, Car- 
rie Head, Beth Mallery, Katie Ashley, Ryan 
Jarzen, Amy Hykes Row 6: Janice Dew, 
Kim King, Paula Moncrief, Logan Roberts, 
Kristin Flautt, Tracy Harris, Stephanie 
Jones, Brandi Holliman, Currie Oats, Tra- 
cy Tabb, Roseann Hamby Row 7: Tellie 
Bishop, Vicky Aldy, Tommy Verdell, Tory 
Beneke, Cam Meek, Erick Thornton, Jon 
Morse. 






FFA 



Row 1: Shane Simmons, Steven Cantrell, 
Elizabeth Morgan, Shawn Oliver Row 2: 
Elaine Broome, Clay Walker, Mary 
Hitchner, Sandra Banes, Chad Stocks, Jeff 
McKinney, Rusty Rutland, Tammy McK- 
inney. 



Financial 

Management 

Association 

Row 1: Beth Whitt, Jimmy Cloman, 
Kimberly Marlar Row 2: Laura Simnicht, 
Syed Kamal, Linda Wilkins, Steve Wen- 
dlandf, Chris Hawkins, Melissa Beck, 
Denesha Long, Linda Deaton Row 3: 
Tanya Taylor, Lynn Hart, Jeffrey Archer, 
Gerald Collier, Mervin Sturdivant, Sandye 
Thigpen, Chandra Smith, Isaac Johnson, 
Hugh Parish. 





Food Science 
Club 



Row 1: Lori Cotton, Nawarut Sunyavivat, 
Siriporn Kacwsuriya, Poon Sow-Kuan, Tim 
Castle, Kimberly Drewery Row 2: Joe 
Cardwell, Michele Hoke, Boyd Gregory, 
Lisa Rushing, Jim Halloran Row 3: Es- 
tuardo Marroquin, Lin Childer, Jong-Bang 
Eun, Steve Lin, Khalid Farooq, Anil 
Lakum Row 4: Chi-Chin Yang, Fun-Ya 
Lee, Yee Mun Lai, Tess White, Anil Bahl, 
Sydney Shelton. 



Foreign 
Language 

Row 1: Helen Sharp, Phillip Zinke, Carol 
Meeks, Aimee Lee, Kristi Irwin, Chitose 
Little, Peter Zhu Row 2: Christy Mullen, 
Ligh Ann Kilpatrick, Andrea Lane, Tina 
Poindexter, Jennifer Edwards, Jon Rich- 
ards Row 3: Michael Adams, Jodi Brinkley, 
Bobby Harper, Steve Wampler, Diana 
Edgens Row 4: Mike Goggans, Matthew 
Little, Virginia Blaney, Ben Blaney, Tim 
Miller, Cam Meek, Lyn Palmer, Jamie 
Hodges Row 5: Scott Wright, Jennifer Ri- 
ley, Alyson Smith. 



Foresty Club 

Row 1 : Cliff Olson, Carl Brandon, Leon 
Rucker Row 2: Ken Booker, Mitch Sones, 
Martin Beavers, Ken Crawford Row 3: 
Matthew Gilmore, Brock May, Tim Flynt, 
Charles Graham, Al Alexander, Pat Hol- 
ley. 

Gamma 

Alpha 

Epsilon 

Row 1: Owen Edmonson, Kenneth 
McNeal, Stephanie Howington Row 2: Ma- 
ry Katheryne Dollar, Roger Hiser, Erik 
Lavalle, John David Wicker, Becky Hanna. 





Gamma 
Beta 
Phi 



Kelly Johnson-Treas.,Amy Isonhood-Corr. 
Sec, Shawn Hicks-Pres.,Audra Moore-Vice- 
Pres., 
Patty Gomee-Points Sec, Dr. Heitz- Advisor 



Horticulture 
Club 

Row 1: Jay Allen, Tommy Kelley, Debbie 
Lobianco, Julia Lamb, George Black, Fred 
Bachner Row 2: Dr. Lester Estes, Brad 
Hawcroft, Reed Walters, Wendell Miller, 
Norman Smith. 



Institute of 
Industrial 
Engineers 

Row 1: Brad Wingo-Chapter Develop- 
ment, Ellen O'Neal-Secretary, Su Chin 
Garner-Vice President, Nipa Patel- 
Treasurer, Ken Rogers-President Row 2: 
Marti Welch, Angel Moore, Helen Bush, 
Paul Boykin, Mitch Franks Row 3: Marlene 
Spence, David Childress, Todd Huckabee, 
Jeffrey Statham, Brett Hatten, Brian Davis 
Row 4: Terry Lauderdale, Wayne Crown- 
inswield, Douglas Gibson, Alec Johnson, 
Jerry Morgan Row 5: Keith Blair, Erik 
LaValle, Richie Lopez, Larry Brown, Alan 
Bonner, Ricky Grove, Sjohn McCormick. 




Kappa Delta 
Pi 



Row 1: Tiffany Anderson, Kim Kranbey, 
Stan Smith, Margret Tribble, Dr. Lucinda 
Rose, Maria Keithley. 





InterResidence 

Hall Council 

Executive 

Row 1: Gary Harris, Wendy Collins, Jen- 
nifer Joiner, Nancy Smith Row 2: Ed 
Grandpre', Matt Burt, Brandon Pritts. 



IRHC 

Presidents 

Council 

Row 1: Wanda Mills, Wendy Leigh, Anna 
Cheatham, Ramsay Torrey, Yolanda 
Lunford, Amy Simpson Row 2: Ian Dever- 
oux, Rock Chasse, Clay Williams. 





Lambda Sigma 

Row Is Ashley McDade, Susan Scruggs, 
Wes Bowen, Ashley Oswalt, Lisa 
Heavener. 




MACUS 



Row 1: Stephanie Stephens, Michelle Wil- 
son, Honey Jones, Carolyn Ingells, Kim 
Hill, Amy Steele, Amy McCary, Kelly But- 
ler, Leigh Ann Harris, Libby Ray Row 2: 
Louise Davis, Karla Dougherty, Stephanie 
Howington, Barbara O'Neal, Suzanne El- 
lis, Jennifer Simkins, Nicole Taylor, Selena 
Jolley, Kristie Easom, Maria May. 



Matchmates 

Row 1: J.T. Galloway, Laura Mixen, Tracy 
Tonkel, Gayla Lee, Jane Clayton, Kristie 
Easom, Connie McCarra, Shannon Wil- 
liams, Jennifer Hoff Row 2: Jen Wilson, 
Jackie Rossi, Michelle Brown, Tonya 
Wells, Kere Parent, Heather Linn, Sandy 
Scholl, Meg Hargrove, Helen Sullivan. 




MISSCOM 

Row 1: Claire Jacobs, Lynn Colvin, Lori 
Meyers, Shay Moree, Keri Ray, Karen 
Graves, Mildred Neal, Kristie Rutland, 
Penny Darmer, Zanne Raley, Melissa Fred- 
erick-President Row 2: Traci Hill, Shani 
Barley, Dana McKinney, Vance Durbin, 
Aimee Calais, Kristi Vandevelde- 
Treasurer, Suzanne Teel-Secretary, An- 
drea May, Melinda Martello, Penny Cox, 
Pam Mooring Row 3: Ty Sullivan-Vice 
President, Angie Trim, Heather Linn, 
Lynn Henderson, Ashley Thomas, Marian 
Lindsey, Tanya Fuich, Beverly Ford, Ron- 
nie Rice, Keith Richey, Stephanie Doss, 
Kendall McCarter, Shawn Oliver, Lora 
DeFore- Adviser, Dr. John Forde-Adviser. 





Mortar Board 



Row 1: Robert Carleton, Amy Arledge, 
Terri Stewart, Jennifer Fortenberry, Di- 
ane Duckworth Row 2: Demetria Crump, 
Meo Mellen, Beth Schreiner, Angie 
Phares, Courtney McCoy, Melissa Freder- 
ick Row 3: Rob Witthauer, Missy Maier, 
Leslie Bethea, Leigh Allison Lyell, Jamie 
Hodges, Amanda Jones Row 4: Shannon 
Nunnelee, Jennifer Taylor, Beth Whitt, 
Chip Jones, Angela Sanders. 




Mu Sigma 

The purposes of Mu Sigma Chapter are to 
confer distinction for academic excellence 
in the decision sciences and to promote the 
infusion of the function and behavioral 
areas of administration with the tools, con- 
cepts, and methodologies of the decision 
sciences. The officers are: President Bryan 
Miles, First Vice President Julie Criddle, 
Second Vice President David Magee, 
Treasurer Eddie Tang, and Secretary 
Shawn Hiltunen. 



Row 1: Catherina Ku, Mary Jones, Linda 
Fu, Janet Heard, Grace Kwok, Julie Crid- 
dle, Kirk Arnett Row 2: Shawn Hiltunen, 
Eddie Tang, Brett Landry, Jongki Kim, 
Bryan Miles, Phyllis Hamm, Kenneth 
McNeal, Brit Dieterich, David Magee. 






Music Maker 
Productions 

Row 1: Chelley Burton, Vicki Lawson, 
Meegan Taylor, Russ Carothers, Laura 
Beth Fleming, Jenny Burger, Nikita 
Ashford Row 2: Bruce Vandevender, 
Anne Davis, Ritika Bhattachrya Row 3: 
Allen Forsman, Niki Dorizas, Shannon Mil- 
lican, Michael Bloesch, Sammy Wallace, 
Kenny Janous. 




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NAIT 



Row 1: Peter Poitra, Jim Finch, Ara Vun- 
cannon, Melanie Lucus, Melanie Childers, 
Phillip McGregor, Chip Bailey Row 2: 
Mike Hayden, Craig Cook, Tom Johnson, 
Al Waltman, Chad Stanford, Carlton 
Sledge Row 3: Kelum Doss, Kirk Rashka, 
David Taylor, Mike Tubb, Neal Haley 
Row 4: Shaine McCullough, Jerry Hunt 





NAACP 

Founded February, 1909 in New York, the 
National Association for the Advancement 
of Colored People (NAACP) is the oldest, 
most powerful, most hated, most loved, 
and most respected civil rights organiza- 
tion today. The NAACP is the national 
spokesperson for Black Americans and oth- 
er minorities, and those who support civil 
rights objectives in America. Almost 
500,000 Americans of all races are mem- 
bers of the NAACP. 

The NAACP's drive to integrate colleges 
and universities was a catalyst that aroused 
young people in the NAACP to push for 
the creation of a special department in the 
association that would coordinate and de- 
velop a program to increase youth par- 
ticipation in the civil rights movement. 
Thus, in 1936, the NAACP Youth & Col- 
lege Division was formally created. Having 
this in mind, the Mississippi State Univer- 
sity Chapter of the NAACP was chartered 
in 1981. 

After being inactivie for ten years, it was 
reactivated in February 1991 by concerned 
students and faculty. During this time, we 
have obtained a 200+ membership and 
have participated in and sponsored such 
activities as: T-shirt sales, Saturday in the 
Park with WACR and Big Brothers/Big 
Sisters, The Demus Foundation, United 
Way, membership drive, Annual Freedom 
Fund Banquet, Black History Trivia Bowl, 
and other workshops. 

In these activities and future endeavors, we 
keep with the objectives of the NAACP 
and our motto: "A Mission to Lead, A 
Commitment to Succeed." Because, in- 
grained in these words is the ongoing chal- 
lenges and opportunities afforded this gen- 
eration: to look beyond the apparant, to lift 
up self and race day-to-day, and to make 
the blood, sweat, and past tears shed not be 
in vain. 



Row 1: Evan Caine, Cylenthia Sims, Jeanise 
Lanie, Steve Eiland Row 2: Adrian Dent, 
Pamela Jones, Tera Quails, Angela Harris, 
Karen Graves, Undrea Miller, Torria 
Sledge, Reberta Duck Row 3: Juan Moss, 
Katherine Hubbard, Revita Prowell, Pa- 
tricia Winters, Tonya Anderson, Delanie 
Henderson, Angie Talley, Lyle Gladney, 
Yalanda Starling Row 4: Vicki Lawson, 
Marcia Payton, Justine Kineaid, Wanda 
Wilson, Melissa McGee, Edward Harden, 
Keith Pina, Allan Kennedy, Starella Rivers 
Row 5: Yolanda Wilson, Shawanda Har- 
bin, Pamela Greenwood, Geoffrey Habron 
Row 6: Marilyn Trammell, Mechell Clark, 
Sheila Thomas, Trina Hinton, Wakeela 
Jerdine, Anthony Key Row 7: Jervy 
Strong, Dana Booker, Andrea Echols, 
Jackie Lowe, Stevie Watson, Dominick Ri- 
ley. 






National 

Society 

of Black 

Engineers 

Row 1: Tonya Williams, Sala Kai Walls, 
Allan Kennedy, Elmetra Givens, Angela 
Lang Row 2: Lyle Gladney, Varrian Hall, 
Lebrio Turner, Lester Salone, Lamarcus 
West. 

Nat'l Society 

of Petroleum 

Engineers 

Row 1: B. Senthil, Elizabeth Anklam, Jodi 
Beale, Pradeep Kaul, Bobby Hulett Row 2: 
Muhammad Yusoff, Terrance Brey, 
Thomas Funchess, Chris Russell, 
Ramurthy Kumar, Balaji Puli Row 3: Bob 
Kelly, Cristian Zamora, Joseph Hales, C. 
Scott Ferguson, Kalluri Nark. 





Omega Chi 
Epsilon 

Row 1: Steve Thomas, James Howell, 
Marilyn McDonough, Todd Hoff Row 2: 
Michael Stogner, Michael Bloesch, Michael 
Ray, Mary Caraway Row 3: Betsy Torrey, 
Roger Crain, David Bush, Leslie Allen. 




Omicron Delta 
Kappa 

Row 1: Maria Barlow, Meo Mellen, Hank 
Flick, Leslie Bethea, Kay Maghan Row 2: 
Beth White, Amy Marquez, Jim Shirley, 
Tony Jeff, John Cade, Terri Stewart, 
Becky Hanna, Claire Prince, Cindy Rees, 
Laurie Couch, Courtney McCoy. 



Orientation 
Leaders 



Adjusting to college life is very important, 
and because of this Mississippi State Uni- 
versity offered an orientation program to 
help incoming students and their parents 
with this transition. This program, direct- 
ed by Jimmy Abraham, provided an ex- 
cellent opportunity for new students and 
their parents to learn about academic ma- 
jors, available student services, physical fa- 
cilities, sources of financial aid, and much 



All students participating in this program 
were assigned a highly-trained student ori- 
entation leader who served as a special 
friend throughout orientation. Nineteen 
students were selected to work with new 
students to provide individual attention 
and answer questions pertaining to college 
life. These staff members were capable of 
helping new students and their parents un- 
derstand the complex, but exciting aspects 
of Mississippi State University. 

The goals during orientation were to help 
students and parents leave fully informed 
about Mississippi State and confident about 
what to expect from this institution before 
calsses began. The orientation staff was 
committed to helping students and parents 
in any way possible. 

Row 1: Susan Jennings, Mar'Sha Lewers, 
Sharon Malone, Aime Mracich, Melanie 
Groner, Stephi Barnes Row 2: Leigh Al- 
lison Lyell, Suzanne Teel, Rina Roberson, 
Jill Tedder, Meredith Cox, Christy Carley 
Row 3: Thomas Bourgeois, Christy 
Brumfield, Sallie Belle Trippe, Leslie Met- 
calfe Row 4: Jimmy Abraham, Advisor, 
Rick Hughey, Burke Hendrix, Jay Murphy. 














Pakistan Club 



Row 1: Mubashir Cheema, Adnan Zahoor, 
Mohammed Saleem, Shakeel Ahmad 
Khan, Irfan Syed Sobiyasyed, Bushrah 
Zafar Row 2: Khurram Shahzad, Moham- 
mad Saleem Moghal, Rab Dino Khuhro, 
Azim Khan Khaitak, Khan Muhammed 
Qasim, Mian M. Mukhtar, Maazullah 
Khan, Umar Hayat, II Hamuddin, Babar 
Khan, Muhammad Sohail Sadiq, Manzoor 
Ahmad, Syed M. Kamal, Tayyab Jamil Ji 
Row 3: Umer Qiaz Khan, Usmani Farrukh, 
Rana M. Shadfique, Tahir Dilder Khan, 
Faisal A. Khan, M. Aslam Khan, Maqsood 
Hussain, Qadir Bux Baloch, Sayed Faraz A. 
Rizvi 




PCF/Quest 

Row 1: Andrea Ratcliff, Susie Atkison, 
Heidi R. Milner Row 2: Brian Young, Ger- 
ald Zvercher, Melissa Knight 



In addition to our Sunday PCF meetings, 
we sponsor an interdenomination group 
which meets on campus on the third floor 
of the Colvard Student Union building for 
Bible study and discussion. This group is 
called "Quest". 

Quest is meant to be a time of non- 
judgemental sharing of questions and ideas 
on some of the issues we find perplexing 
not only in our Bible but in our world. We 
welcome differing viewpoints in hopes that 
through sharing ideas we may come to un- 
derstand our world and our faith better 
while building lasting friendships. 



Peer 
Counselors 



Row 1: Sonja Williams, Keisha Moreland, 
Tonja Williams Row 2: Rhonda Saul, 
Modina Williams Row 3: Cassandra Mitch- 
ell, Towanda Lee Row 4: Danica Tucker, 
Sarina Nails Row 5: Jesse Collins, Wayne 
Robinson. 



Pentecostal 

Campus 
Fellowship 

Pentecostal Campus Fellowship (PCF) was 
chartered at Mississippi State University in 
the fall of 1989. PCF offers opportunities 
for christian fellowship, bible studies, wit- 
nessing, music ministry, and other aspects 
of involvement in a religious student or- 
ganization. The fellowship is best known 
for the Upper Room, its regular Monday 
night meeting in the Colvard Union, and 
for Campus Alive, its monthly meeting in 
the Chapel of Memories. PCF welcomes all 
students, faculty, and staff to participate in 
its activities. 



Row 1: Greg Dobbs, Anthony Mitchell, 
Mark Williamson Row 2: Ken Vicker, Mat- 
thew Prather Row 3: Scotty Wingo, Shane 
Champion, Tim Brister. 





PGM Club 

Row I: Andrew Hudson, Dan Korytoski, 
Joe Assel, Brady Hatfield, Sean Arthur, 
Kirk Leazier, Scott Vithoven Row 2: Todd 
Hobert, John Shoemaker, Carlton Fitzger- 
ald, Jeff Parks, Dino Ochello, Brian Sin- 
clair, Brett Dulaney, Chris Thogmartin, 
Chris Altese Row 3: Cory Hoagstrom, 
Robert Foxworth, Duncan Miller, Aaron 
Mayo, Aaron Clark, Lee Van Rockel, Jim 
Bembenek, Joe Kruse, Tom Williams, Jef- 
frey Knowlton, Eric Fellows Row 4: Tom 
Hammond, Todd Lawrence, John Bartell, 
Chris Hollon, Stevenson White, Jim New- 
ton, Matt Heitmueller, Brad Behnke Row 
5: Brad Morrow, Shawn Sandy, Lance Ol- 
son, Greg Hynes, Cody McDaniel, Shea 
Bourland, Scott Michols, Tim 0;connor, 
Smith Ourso. 



Phi Kappa Phi 

Row 1: Dr. Henry W. Nash, Kathy Sac- 
copoulos, Charles Lowery, Lanny 
Bateman, David Morris, Paul Jacobs Row 
2: Melissa Irby, Cindy Rees, Shane Crowe, 
Darren Brown, Patricia Vieira, Jeni Wyatt, 
Lisa Frost, Debbie Sykes Row 3: Leon L. 
Combs, Diane E. Wall, Rachel New, Becky 
Hanna, Chandra Smith, Anita Owens, An- 
gela Dew, Kim Bridges Row 4: Henry 
Keen, J. Jay Vinicki, Ian A. Chen, Michael 
Jee, Ronald Adkinson. 

Phi Beta 
Lambda 

Row 1: Gina Wills, Teresa Thomas, Leah 
Turcotte, Debra Shoemaker, Andrew 
Bohannon, Lea Anne Anthony, Brendan 
Todd Morrow Row 2: Allen Chisolm, 
Cheryl Horton, Danny Yates, Joana 
McFarling, Michael Root, Susan Boleware, 
Jon McCraw. 





Phi Eta Sigma 



Row 1: Stephen Palmer-Secretary, Joan 
Easley-President, Kevin Holland- Vice Pres- 
ident. 

Bethany Ainsworth, Michelle Akin, Roy 
Allen, Robyn Anthony, Douglas Arick, 
Daniel Armstrong, Jennifer Bailey, 
Stehanie Barnes, Kathleen Beasley, David 
Beck, Ritika Bhattacharya, Leslie Biddle, 
Scott Bonds, Wes Bowen, Patrick Bridges, 
Nina Brookhart, Kristen Brooks, Melanie 
Brown, Jillian Buckingham, Shawn Bump- 
ers, Amiee Calais, Thad Caperton, Dorsey 
Carson, Kathryn Clayton, Mary Clayton, 
Holly Clowers, Vince Cornett, Julie Cowl- 
es, Jennifer Cox, Christine Cuicchi, Holly 
Dale, Jennifer Davis, Kimberly Davis, 
Kathryn Dennis, Christy Duncan, Howard 
Dyer, Joan Easley, April Ecke, John 
Ehrghott, Brian Evans, Terresa Ezell, Kris- 
tin Flautt, William Fortenberry, Jennifer 
Glass, Jim Gordon, Andria Gressett, Laura 
Griffin, Gina Guest, Meg Hargrove, Ra- 
chel Harris, Adrienne Hart, Linda 
Hataway, Stephen Hathcock, Christopher 
Heaps, Lisa Heavener, Shanda Hemphill, 
Jeff Henson, Tessa Hilliard, Kevin Hol- 
land, Chad Holley, Lacy Horton, Kristina 
Houpe, Cameron Howard, Cyndi Howard, 
Kevin Howell, Karen Huff, Erin Ingram, 
Christopher Jaudon, Wakeela Jerdine, 
Monroe Johnson, Shek-lin Kaw, Julie 
Kemp, Mary Killough, Thomas Kimbrell, 
Ashli King, Aubrey Knight, Chad Knight, 
Susan Lambert, Paige LeBaron, Stephanie 
Lee, Erik Lessman, Laurie Lochridge, 
Wallace Long, Tina Luckey, Scott Lusk, 
William McComb, Chris McConn, Summer 
McConnell, Mary McDade, Dana McGee, 
Robert McKinney, Melissa McMillin, Eliz- 
abeth Michael, Michael Milligan, Anna Mi- 
nor, Lisa Mock, Brian Mohon, Walter 
Moss, Tammy Newlon, Julie Noble, 
Lauren Oswalt, Elizabeth Owens, Chris- 
topher Page, Stephen Palmer, Clinton 
Parham, Shannon Payton, Paula Pettit, By- 
ron Reed, Catherine Ritter, Lisa Robinson, 
Kathy Robison, Shannon Rodman, Laura 
Ross, Michael Rossi, Dana Samsil, Christy 
Sanders, Susan Scruggs, Philip Sigler, 
Johanna Sims, Jorg Sizemore, Walt 
Skupien, Kristin Smith, Lesley Smith, Mi- 
chael Smith, Sheila Smith, Stephen Smith, 
Stephanie Sowell, Amanda Stamps, 
Mathew Storm, Leslie Street, Jennifer 
Thomas, Paige Tinney, John Underwood, 
Traci Vance, Anthony Vanderford, James 
Vinson, Allison Wallace, Sala Walls, Shel- 
ley Walters, Paul Wasserman, Alex Water- 
son, Elizabeth Welch, John White, Mike 
White, Tracy Whitehead, Sarah Williams, 
Margaret Willoughby, Charles Wingield, 
William Wingo, Stephen Woo, Susan 
Wood. 



Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional 
fraternity for men in music. The primary 
purpose of the fraternity is: to encourage 
and actively promote the highest standards 
of creativity, performance, education, and 
research in music in America. The further 
purposes are: to develop and encourage 
loyalty to the Alma Mater, to foster the 
mutual welfare and brotherhood of stu- 
dents of music, to develop the truest fra- 
ternal spirit among its members, and to 
instill in all people an awareness of music's 
important role in the enrichment ot the 
human spirit. 

Row 1: Keith Fraser, Fred Tyner, Scott 
Bratton, Neil Jones, Patrick Hardy, Mi- 
chael Ford, John Hallman, Frankie Jadzin- 
ski, Girault Jones, Les Herrington, Michael 
Boyd, David Layman Row 2: Kevin 
Burnham, Ronald Moore, Joe Evans, John 
Underwood, Mike Elledge, Alex Water- 
son, Billy Moody, Jason Patrick, Rick 
Frank, Tim Willis, Jason Kyle, Justin 
Travis Row : Bryant Stubbs, Wyatt 
Koerner, Joe Turner, Brian Hawkins, 
Cleveland Hayes, Dwayne Hightower, Da- 
vid Allen, Jon Hovater, Drew Darmer, Bri- 
an French, James Martin, Orlando Ratliff. 
Not pictured: Gray Bekurs, Lance Britt, 
Lee Egdorf, Byron Green, Marc Massie, 
Brian Roland, Marc Staats, Chris Whitver. 









Pi Epsilon 
Tau 



Row 1: Scott Ferguson, Elizabeth Anklam, 
Chris Russell Row 2: Thomas Funches, 
Rob Holbrook, Terrance Boey. 



Pi Tau Sigma 

Row 1: Lee Henley, Randall Riddell, Milfy 
Weeks, Gary White Row 2: Lee halford, 
Torrie Shepard, Georgetta Roach, Mike 
West Row 3: Kristine Halley, Meg Dorsett, 
Stacey Brignac Steve Raines, Lai Jean- 
Suong Row 4: Matthew Michel, Keith Mill- 
er, Robert Smith, Cavid Coleman, Suhaimi 
Ismail, Jason Edwards Row 5: Chris Ewing, 
Dr. R.P. Taylor, Donald Keiper, Michael 
Jee, Russ Brown. 



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Pi Sigma 
Epsilon 

Row 1: Dr. Henry Nash-Faculty Adviser, 
Christi Harrell-V.P. of Personnel, Melissa 
Beck-V.P. of Finance, Renee' Hand-V.P. of 
Internal Affairs, Marty George-V.P. of Ad- 
ministration, Salli Ann Stewart Inman- 
President, Christie Veach-Regional and 
National Convention Chairperson, Judy 
Szeto-V.P. of Marketing. 



Row 1: Cindi Bass, Marty George, Christi 
Harrell, Melissa Beck, Judy Szeto, Renee' 
Hand, Sallie Ann Stewart-Inman, Dr. Hen- 
ry W. Nash, Luther Tillman Buie Row 2: 
Stephanie Prescott, Christie Veach, Dana 
Cupit, Robby Spell, Evelyn Huam, Janet 
Thompson, Kathryn Poe, Angela Clark 
Row 3: Debra Jones, Beth Whitt, Rachel 
Richardson, Jason Embry, Catherine Ste- 
phens, Dedra Douglas, Menissia William- 
son Row 4: Troy Jones, Molly McCaffery, 
Brian Currie, David Chatham, Pam Nor- 
ton, Phil Horel, Holland Carley Row 5: 
Brian Dikes, Jennifer Sondermeyer, John 
Long, Kyle Grant, Per Mandivs. 




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Black Voices 




Row 1: Vicki Bonds, Freddy Edison, Al- 
berti Pass, Sheila Stubbs, LaShun Laguan, 
Sandra Home, Lawanda Toliver, Chris- 
topher Taylor, Carroll Washington, Nicole 
Taylor, Jennifer Lowe, Yolanda Smith, 
Kim Burrage Row 2: Tricianna McGee, 
Shannon Jackson, Lora Glen, Gwen Reyn- 
olds, Dephane Hayes, James Williams, 
Tammie Selvie, Tim Walker, Jeffrey Tay- 
lor, Jackie Pertect, Janetta Tankson, Jan- 
nette Bishop, Apryl Barnes, Angela Rieves 
Row 3: Dionne Nabors, Kimberly Dean, 
Renita Latham, Keith Riley, Sjohn McCor- 
mick, Bryant Stubbs, Carl Williams, Sylvia 
Purnell, Freda Nash, Tracye Moore. 



Poultry 
Science 



Row 1: Tyler Epps, Christian Magee, 
Clayton Burnett, Baxter Opindi, Mickey 
Latour, Sue Ann Laiche, Gena Corina 
Blakeney, Michael Stevens, Duane Weems, 
Trent Smith, Jeffrey Graham, Brad Smith 
Row 2: Joseph Betts, Tammie Betts, Ryn 
Laster, Michael Lee, Alan Fulton, Lance 
Mauldin, Brian Killen, Timmy McGinty, 
Chris Batte Row 3: Budgie Wallace, Alan 
Rushing, Craig Ballentine, Bryan Byrd, 
Kelly Carpenter, J.S. Gardner, Kathy 
Vaughn Row 4: Dale Berry, Brian West- 
brook, Jon Tally, Brad Holifield, Scott 
Bell, Doug Tullos, Jimmy Williams, 
Stephan Waller Row 5: Greg Pace, James 
Shepard, Lance Emfinger, Corey Hunt, Jay 
Geddie, Glen Pigg, Doug Cummings, Ken 
Jones, Todd Nichols Row 6: Tracey John- 
son, Greg Parker, Jeff Harrison, Stefan 
Vonlubbe, Justin Robbins. 



Pre-Law 
Soceity 

Row 1: Delanie Henderson, Mandy 
Baham, Beth Lovelace, Scott Livingston 
Row 2: Erin Prats, Lee Lewis, Kelli Edge, 
Rachelle Graves Row 3: Jon Saunders, An- 
draco Bohannon, David Love, Mike Skin- 
ner, Michael Boyd. 





Pre Vet 
Medical Club 

Row 1: Phillip Perry, Chris Richardson, 
Amy Stephens, Melinda Poole, Karen 
Bridgeman, Beasley Lockhart, Tracy Bus- 
beeRow 2: Christine Lesage, Cynthia 
Reeves, Bill Lewis, Jennifer Lambert, Kelli 
Hale, Justin Travis, Dennis Clark, Mark 
Skelton Row 3: Christy Binkley, Debra 
Shoemaker, Jeff Smith, Mark Alley 

Air Force 
ROTC 



Row 1: Ed Evans, Rob Martin, Paul Roun- 
savall, Missy Chandler, Amber Kidd, Walk- 
er Nordan, Chris Harrelson Row 2: Mance 
Harmon, Angelia Strong, Mike Hamilton, 
Chris Carruth, Lee Frederick, Chris Smith, 
Lamar Harris, Michael Rushing Row 3: 
Julian Presley, Morrise Johnson, Scott 
Sanford, Mike Monto, Adele Emery, Paul 
House, Chris Reed, Keith Wade Row 4: 
Gordon Carskadon, Brian McDonald, Ja- 
son Hartness, Curtis Pitts, Bobby Woods, 
Tim Nettles Row 5: Mark O'Neal, Robert 
Burt, David Gore, Phil Mercer, Greg Ken- 
drick Row 6: Jim Hinds, John Gunnufsen, 
Steve Baker, Wade Pertuit, David Smith, 
Chris Hudson Row 7: Varryon Young, 
Tray Read, Steve Barber, Gibb Gary, Gene 
Cummins, Rob Robinson, John Ohlson. 



Air Force 
ROTC 



Row 1: Ann Coleman, MSgt David Fry, 
Detachment NCOIC; Capt Steve Whitney, 
Commandant of Cadets; Col Billy Boyd, 
Commander; Capt Joseph Diana, Recruit- 
ing Officer; SSgt Tommie Miller, NCO- 
IC/IM; Jim Weathersby, Uniform Custo- 
dian. 



Bulldog 
Battery 

Row 1: Capt. Chris Curry, Jericho Dav- 
enport, Christy Cochran, Floyd Crocker, 
Bill Huffman, Andrew Allen, Marc Staats, 
Mark Allen, MSG Gary Davidson. 












ROTC MS IV 

Row 1: Darrly Brown, Phillip Cutner, 
Chris Franklin, Tom Crosby, Tina Bolin 
Row 2: Lance Vining, Mark Rigney, Ken 
Miles 

ROTC 

Scabbard and 

Blade 

Row 1: Barry Busby, Adam Godlin, Ken- 
neth Mills, Phillip Cutner Row 2: Darry 
Brown, Mark Rigney, Christopher Lange 
Row 3: Lance Vining, William Meadows, 
Tina Bower, Stephen Cook 



S.D. Lee 
Rangers 

Row 1: Adam Goglia, Barry Busby, Ken 
Mills, Phillip CutrerRow 2: Randal Fer- 
guson, Bill Meadows, Mark Winstead, Ste- 
phen Cook, Charles Sanders, Marc Staats, 
Kevin GregoryRow 3: Allen McDaniel, 
Robert Worthen, Higel Davenport, Bill 
Tomlin, Chris Lange, Mark Allen Row 4: 
MSC Gary Davidson, Andrew Allen, Bill 
Huffman, Kevin Lewis, CPT Kevin Fin- 
negan 

Scotch Guard 



Row 1: Beth Batson, Michelle Lane, Mona 
ThompsonRow 2: Kim Stanford, Laura 
Toland, Claire Prince, Shawn Hiltunen, 
Anissa Power, Tressa Wilson 





Roadrunners 



The MSU Roadrunners is a student or- 
ganization comprised of 57 members who 
are active in helping recruit students to 
Mississippi State University. Working with 
the Office of College and School Relations, 
the Roadrunners provide a link between 
high school and transfer students, and the 
university. The Roadrunners visit high 
schools around the state with the admission 
counselors, give campus tours to prospec- 
tive students and their parents, and par- 
ticipate in Discovery: MSU and other cam- 
pus recruitment activities. Roadrunners 
also call and write prospective students and 
serve as hosts and hostesses for various 
university functions. Since the organiza- 
tion's founding in 1979, it has developed 
into a positive information source for the 
university. 

Row 1: Susan Jennings, Melanie Groner, 
Shea Lengford, Lisa Heavener, Betsy 
Barnes, Lisa Moricci, Jennifer Taylor, An- 
gela Sanders Row 2: Beth Thomas, Ashley 
McDade Kent Marshall, Meg Montgomery, 
Susan Welch, Mary Helen Collins, Owen 
Edmonson, Mary Katherine Dollar, Rhon- 
da Saul, Blair Morgan Row 3: Marion 
Lindsey, Hamp Jones, Terry Pope, Jay 
Richardson, Heather Ray, Stephen Coo- 
per, Scott Bonds, Wendy Castleberry, 
Tony Jeff, Howard Brown Row 4: Mike 
Cooper, Mark Amis, Will Edgar, Kevin 
Greene, Jennie Smith, Donnell Dupert, 
Taylor Burks, Brent Russell Row 5: Becky 
Hanna, Stephen Palmer, Jay Murphy, Pete 
Smith, Amy Belford, Sally Hunt, Kristin 
Flautt, Bo Richardson, Julie Ormon, Lynn 
Henderson Row 6: Jimmy Abraham, Bob 
Walker, Christy Carley, Christe Brumfield, 
Karen Fields, Terri Stewart, Ashley Thom- 
as, Will Banker, Brad Williams 






Reflector 
Staff 

Row 1: Todd Morrow, Michael Bowling, 
Lesley Vance, Paul Hindshaw, Melissa Gar- 
ner, Byron Clarke, Fred Gentry, Kim Crab- 
tree, Ron BurianRow 2: Meo Mellen, Shel- 
ley Powers, Kelly Mason, Christie 
Miles, Row 3: Kenny Janous, Chelley Bur- 
ton, Gwen Cwiklik, Karen Osteen, Cindy 
Crowley, Julie Larson Row 4: Curt Mor- 
gan, John T. Morris, Denise McDonald, 
Ron RiceRow 5: Shelley Alexander, Barry 
Wise, Kim Palmer, Demmie Gail Blanco, 
Mubashir CheemaRow 6: Alston Welch, 
Chris Heaps, James Pittman, Andy Brown, 
John Oldshue 



News Writers 



Row 1: Shelley Alexander, Chelley Burton, 
Karen Osteen, Denise McDonald, Barry 
WiseRow 2: John Oldshue, Andy Brown, 
Mike Bowling, Ron Rice 





Features 

Melissa Garner, Chris Heaps, Shelley Pow- 
ers 



Kim Crabtree-Copy Editor 
Byron Clarke-Editorial Page Editor 



Sports 

Fred Gentry, Alston Welsh 



Photographers 

Row 1: Ron Burian, Julie LarsonRow 2: 
Mabashir Cheema, Kim M. Palmer, Dem- 
mie Gail Blanco, Cindy Crowley 








Circulation 



Kim Crabtree, James Pittman, Christi 
Miles 






Editorial 
Board 



Row 1: Meo Mellen, Lesley S. Vance, Me- 
lissa Garner, Kim Crabtree Row 2: Ron 
Burian, Michael Bowling, Todd Morrow, 
Paul Henshaw, Fred Gentry, Byron Clarke 






Ads Staff 

Row 1: Kim Crabtree, Kim Gwen, Kelly 
Mason, John Morris Row 2: Todd Morrow, 
Curt Morgan, Kenny Janous. 



Sigma Alpha 
Iota 



Sigma Alpha Iota is a professional women's 
music fraternity whose membership is 
made up of both music and non-music ma- 
jors. Our members share a love for music 
and encourage each other musically, pro- 
fessionally, and personally. 

The Epsilon Chi chapter of Sigma Alpha 
Iota has been active in promoting the im- 
portance that music holds in everyday life 
by taking an active role in the Department 
of Music Education. Our members partic- 
ipate in band, chorus, honoraries, and 
many other organizations and causes across 
the MSU campus. 



Row 1: Amanda Murphy, Susanne Smith, 
Kim Bradley, Stephanie Stuart, Vicki 
Blanton, Mary Caraway, Margaret Mc- 
Grath Row 2: LaDonna Rush, Audrey 
Quinn, Julie Carter, Donna Reed, Eileen 
Frank, Melynn Mangum, Kelli Johnson, 
Alicia Long, Sara Martin Herrington Row 
3: Jodie Lawman, Robyn Anthony, Adri- 
ann Steen, Gina Beene, Tina Peterson, 
Candice Elledge, Lori Barnett, Angela, 
Weaver, Christa Sherman, Mary Lockett, 
Nancie Everett, Molly Rockwell. 



SAM 



Row 1: Seema Vadhwa, Denesha Long, 
Brett Blackledge, Erin Prats, Lynette Bow- 
man, Todd Morrow, Troy Jones, Molly 
McCaffery, Tom Curlin Row 2: G. Bradley 
Moore, Susan Coleman, Andrew Saunders, 
Sallie Ann Plaxico, Kim Singleton, Krista 
Speaks, Tanya Taylor, Amy Belford, Re- 
gina Floyd, Janet Thompson, Evelyn 
Huam, Dana Hixson, Kym Byler, Tara 
Madden, Mary Jo Langford Row 3: David 
Magee, Michael martin, Shandra DePriest, 
Janet Brown, Andy Cummings, Pamela 
Frazier, Jeffrey Archer, Hank Watson, 
Pam Norton, John Long, Tonya Wells, Al- 
isa Smith, Jennifer Sondermeyer, Bradley 
Boyd, Syed Kamal. 





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Society of 
American 
Foresters 

Row Is Cliff Olson, Carl Branson, Leon 
Rucker Row 2: Ken Booker, Mitch Sones, 
Martin Beavers, Ken Crawford Row 3: 
Matthew Gilmore, Brock May, Tim Flynt, 
Charles Graham, Al Alexander, Pat Holley 

Society of 

Women 
Engineers 

Row 1: Beth Wallace, Jan Patton, Sarah 
Mooney, Christi Goldman Row 2: Jennifer 
Gibson, Diane Jackson, Lisa Mock, Karen 
Huff Row 3: Joan Easley, Margaret Jasper, 
Lisa Bostick, Sharon Gandy, Mary Jasper 



STAR Drama 
Society 

Special Talents Are Rising (STAR) Drama 
Society was formed in November 1984 
with the purpose of giving minority stu- 
dents a chance to display their talents on 
stage. STAR performed its first major pro- 
duction on February 20, 1985 and received 
official recognition in September of that 
same year. Since that time, STAR has per- 
formed orignal productions entitled: 
"Mama's Little Baby," Trying Times," and 
"The Shadows of Death." STAR has also 
performed Langston Hughes' "Soul Gone 
Home" as well as sponsoring a Poetic Ex- 
pressions competition for original works. 
As you can see, we like being original. One 
of our main objectives is to be unbiased in 
membership. Our qualifications are simple: 
you must have an interest in drama, music, 
literature, or stage production, you must 
attend meetings and practices regularly, 
and you must pay semester dues. You too 
can be a STAR. 



Row 1: Donna Jones, Cylenthia Sims, Mack- 
eaver Rivers, Zachery James, Marcus Garner, 
Wayne Robinson, Anthony Key, Jarnel Fos- 
ter, Tempuance Roly, Tess Thomas. 



Stennis 
Scholars 

Row 1: Anita Owens, Jim Gordon, Aman- 
da Stamps, Andrea Dallas Row 2: Amy 
Marquez, Jessica DeGroote, Heather Wat- 
son. 











Student 

Association of 

Interior 

Designers 

Row 1: Patricia Clark, Janelle Massey, An- 
gela Williams, Michelle DuBard, Marcy 
DebardelabenRow 2: Ellen Jeffery, Tam- 
my Phodes, Jessica Benthall, Deanna 
Gragg, Becky Dodd, Emily Goode, Karen 
Thompson Row 3: Paige Crawley, Lori 
Clark, Rhonda Patterson 



Wildlife 



Society 

Row 1: Dwight O'Neal-Executive Officer, 
Rebecca Brasfield-Treasurer, Travis Car- 
penter-Secretary, Brenda O'Neal-Vice 
President, Mike Wigant-President Row 2: 
Ivan Messinger, Lynn Easley, Scott Barras, 
Brian Neely Row 3: Dr. Lenny Brennan- 
Faculty Adviser, David Pritchard, Andy 
Aderman. 



University 
Honors 
Council 

Row 1: John Kirby, Michael Denton, An- 
dria Gressett, Kim Armstrong Row 2: Gina 
Box, Beverly Snell, Amy VanDoren, Crys- 
tal Kilgore, Audra Moore Row 3: Eric Sin- 
gletary, Jessica DeGroote, Timothy Lee, 
Brian Young, David Schmidt Row 4: Larry 
Raines, Brock Williams, Erik Lessman, 
Jack White, Shane Blanton. 












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University 
Choir 

Brandon Abel, Elaine Akers, Whit Alex- 
ander, Lisa Arccher, Brian Atkins, Tina 
Bearden, Lori Bobbitt, Jerry Brown, Lance 
Bryant, William Cowling, Jennifer 
Crowder, Shannon Eliason, Terry Fisher, 
Ken FLeming, Chad Goodson, Jennifer 
Haawkins, Jenny Hill, Shannon Holley, 
Marzella Hundley, Paul Jeffers, Rachael 
Kao, Grace Kwok, Dora Lai, Mike Lamon- 
ica, Jane LeBlanc, Hian-Boon Lee, Keith 
Lipford, Grace Long, Tara Long, Scott 
Luth, Thao Mai, Shannon Millicasn, Todd 
Moore, Stacey Newman, Shannon 
O'Reilly, Stacy Perdue, Amy Prince, Rob- 
ert Robinson, Jennifer Sharp, Susan 
Shumway, Stacy St. Pierre, Doug Streets, 
Fred Tolar, Michelle Warren, Nelson 
Yang, Boon-Sin Yeo 

University 

Madrigal 

Singers 

Crystal Boggan, Scott Brattonjulie Carter, 
Carol Condon, Ethel Davis, Jennifer Duty, 
Lee Egdorf, Joe Evans, Kinsey Goldman, 
Mickey Gousset, Stephanie Harring, Alan 
Hicks, Becky Hodges, Karl Holcomb, Jo- 
seph Johnson, Jodie Lawman, Margaret 
McGrath, Michael Peeler, Darbie Pope, 
Audrey Quinn, Jennifer Rapport, Stephen 
Reynolds, Molly Rockwell, LaDonna Rush, 
Todd Sanders, Paul Scott, Stephanie Ste- 
phens, Chris Whitver, Anna Young, Brian 
Young 



University 
Concert Choir 



Alison Abril, Robyn Anthony, Scott 
Beaird, Gina Beene, Brandon Blair, Scott 
Bratton, Vicki Brooks, Molly Burns. Julie 
Carter, Cory Collins, Carol Condon, James 
Copeland, Ethel Davis, Tonya Day, Kelly 
DeBardelaben, Jennifer Duty, Janelle 
Egdorf, Trent England, Scott Erwin, 
Nancie Everett, Julie Forsma, April Free- 
man, Carter Gaddis, Kinsey Goldman, 
Christy Grayson, John Hallman, Graham 
Hargis, Stephanie Herring, Alan Hicks, 
Rebecca Hodges, Gary Holder, Harri 
Jarvenpaa, David Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, 
Beth Koenig, Jodie Lawman, Alicia Long, 
Melody Lott, Teresia Love, William 
Lowes, Susan Marin, Patricia Martin, Zoe 
May, Alison Newberry, Laura Parker, 
Paige Passons, Jennifer Peacock, Bev Pet- 
ty, Darbie Pope, Phillip Pope, Tim Prince, 
Audrey Quinn, Donna Reed, Lisa Reid, 
Robyn Rever, Steve Reynolds, Molly Rock- 
well, Brian Roland, LaDonna Rush, Tony 
Sagraves, Federico Schweizer, Paul Scott, 
Britton Snow, Ben South, Stephanie Ste- 
phens, Ty Sullivan, Rebecca Taylor, John 
Tipton, Teresa Tompkins, Kelly Tucker, 
Steve Tuttle, Susan Tyree, Anna Young, 
Brian Young. 





Panhellenic 

Row 1: Jennifer Wray-Sec, Barry Wise- 
Rush Chrm., Missy Maier-Pres.,Candee 
Mosley-Vice. Pres.,Shelle Raines- 
Treas. Julie Nabors-Act. Chrm. Row 2: 
Terri Stewart, Beth Schreiner, Allison 
Corbitt, Kristin Phillips, Stacy Ball, Lee 
Perry, Michelle BrownRow 3: Wanda 
Mitchell, Heather Murray, Janette Bishop, 
Jennifer Hawks, Kimberly Buskirk, 
Courtney McCoy, Jennifer Taylor Row 4: 
Leigh Allison Lyell, Melinda Martello, 
Pam Hintson, Jodee Creel, Lana Sample, 
Cynthia ParksRow 5: Penny Kemp, 
Kimberly Johnson, Sydney Stallings, Owen 
Edmonson 



Panhellenic 



Row 1: Candee Mosley-advisor, Stephanie 
Branch-Sec/Treas., Angela Palmer- 
Pres., Donna Knight- Vice. Pres., Ginger 
Blacklidge-Scrapbook Chrm.,Mitzi Mont- 
gomery, Cindy ChriscoRow 2: Lynn 
Colvin, Lisa Rollins, Aubre Jordan, Kristy 
Murphy, Angel Moore, Charley Ring, Cur- 
rie Gates 



Greek 
Association 

Officers: Purvie Green-Parlia.,Dephane 
Hayes-Sec, Jessee Collins-Pres.,Sjohn Mc- 
Cormick-Treas. , Ambre Martin-Chap. 



Greek 
Association 

Row 1: Dr. Jenkins, Dephane Hayes, Jessee 
Collins, Sjohn McCormickRow 2: Annie 
Snow, Tony White, Cunthia Parks, Glen 
Singletary, Tawanda Dismuke, Allison 
Corbitt, James SandersRow 3: Sara Thom- 
as, Adam Ewing, Lee Johnson, Anthony 
Key, Greg Gardner, Willie JacksonRow 4: 
Preston Lewis Cobbins, Zwanda Landfair 





IFC Cabinet 

Row 1: David LeBlanc-Act. Chrm.,Bubba 
Morris- Vice-Pres., Mark Merritt-Rush- 
Chrm.Jim Shirley- Pres.,Row 2: Chuck 
Donlin-IFC Advisor, Jason Young- 
Treas.,Will Branscome-Co-op Serv. 



IFC 



Row 1: Carlos Lloyd, Sean Sullivan, Roger 
Hiser, John Jenkins, Ted Smith, Kelly 
Mims, Steve BarlowRow 2: Brian Scruggs, 
Shane Kitchens, John David Wicker, Scot 
McMinn, Kevin Green, Bo Richardson, 
Brian Fuller, Cooper CallawayRow 3: Rob- 
ert Carleton, Matthew MAyfield, Todd 
Brown, Paul Wassserman, Acott Hill, Jim 
LoweryRow 4: Mark McCormack, Brian 
Baker, william Abraham, Matt Henderson, 
Kurt Krausse, Brett Watson, Kendall Mc- 
Carter 








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Alpha 
Kappa 
Alpha 



Row 1: Elgenia White-Treas.,Tarsha 
Chambers-Pres., Stephanie Barnes- 
Membership Intake Chmn., Allison 
Corbitt-Sec.Row 2: Georgetta Roach-Rec. 
Sec.,Tawanda Wilson, Tawayna Giles 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was 
founded in 1908 at Harvard Univeristy in 
Washington, D.C. Focusing on a global 
prospective, she constantly strives to carry 
out her objective of service. 

Lambda Eta chapter of Mississippi State 
University was chartered in 1977. She 
strives to carry out the sorority's ideals by 
incorporating various projects into her 
program. Lambda Eta chapter supports 
and implements programs nationally and 
locally. Annually, she contributes to World 
Food Day, World Peace Day, the Cleveland 
Job Corps. Center, the Educational Ad- 
vancement Foundation, the United Way, 
and the March of Dimes, to name just a 
few. 

From a local stance Lambda Eta carries out 
various functions such as adopting families 
for Thanksgiving and Christmas, observ- 
ing holidays that celebrate her heritage 
and serving community youth. 

By meeting the needs of her community 
and nation, Lambda Eta continuously 
builds on the foundation of sisterhood and 




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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was 
founded in Washington, D.C. at Howard 
University on January 13, 1913. The Nu 
Beta chapter at MSU was chartered in 
April 1976. 

The women of Delta Sigma Theta are in- 
volved in many organizations on campus 
including Roadrunners, Alumni Delegate, 
BARK, Peer Counselors, MSU Pom Squad, 
Music Makers, NAACP, and Black Student 
Council. Delta's also hold many academic 
honors including Schilling Scholars, Phi 
Kappa Phi, President's and Dean's Lists, 
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Who. 

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include Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, Proj- 
ect Brickfire, United Way, Adopt-a- 
Highway, Easter Egg Hunts, Voter Reg- 
istration drives, literacy programs, and 
scholarship awards. 

Row 1: Juandalyn Williams-Financial Sec- 
retary, LaTunia Pack-Vice-President, San- 
dra Robinson-President, Regina Shields- 
Treasurer, Monique Johnson Row 2: Cas- 
sandra Taliferro, Rhonda Saul, Renata 
Smith, Yolandra Flowers, Helen Everson, 
Jacqueline Meaders, Veronica Waters, 
Vicki Lawson, Reeshemah Dix. 



Delta Gamma 



Delta Gamma was founded in Oxford, Mississippi, at 
Lewis School for Girls in 1873. From there it has 
grown to include over 115 collegiate chapters and 
associations in the United States and Canada, drawing 
all Delta Gammas together under their symbols. 
The chapter at MSU joined the national roster in 
1969, and their roster includes over 145 girls from all 
over this state. At four of the nine conventions since 
the charter of Delta Gamma at MSU, the chapter has 
received the "Most Outstanding Chapter in the Na- 
tion award" in their category. They have also received 
the prestigious Patricia Peterson Danielson Award," 
one of five given in the nation. 

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campus life. The chapter is proud to include Home- 
coming Maids, many fraternity little sisters, Fashion 
Board Members, Campus Activities Board Members, 
and many others. 

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ment, Delta Gammas also found time for fun. They 
could be found enjoying themselves at fraternity 
swaps, pep rallies, basketball games, Big Sis/Lil Sis 
parties, Anchor Ball and other formals, or just spend- 
ing time together. All of these things were part of that 
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289 



Abril, Alison Anita; 

Wellington, FL 

Acosta, Lanny James; Gulfport, 

MS 



Adams, Shaunta Delisa; 

Decatur, MS 

Adebiyi, Gbadebo A.; 

Starkville, MS 

Albright, Christy; Thomasville, 

GA 

Aldrich, Robert Michael; 

Delphi, IN 

Alford, Leslie Rebecce; 

Jackson, MS 

Allen, Suzanne Louise; 

Lakeland, FL 

Allensworth, Nicole J.; Horn 

Lake, MS 

Alley, Jeremy F.; Starkville, MS 

Alligood, Timothy D.; Slidell, 

LA 

Anderson, Cindy Y.; Canton, 

MS 



Anderson, Contenia; Goodman, 

MS 

Anderson, Allee; Gautier, MS 

Anderson, Tonya Lasonya; 

Rosedale, MS 

Anderson, Yolanda C; Pickens, 

MS 

Andrison, Dennis M.; Gulfport, 

MS 



Archer, Kevin Hughes; Mobile, 

AL 

Arszman, Alison Anne; 

Huntsville, AL 

Atkins, Amanda Leigh; 

Starkville, MS 

Aufderheide, Edward H.; 

Fairfax, VA 

Auton, Lisa Marie; Meridian, 

MS 

Avery, Kelly Marie; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Baber, Darla Julia; Madison, 

MS 

Badia-Moro, Isabel C; 

Gulfport, MS 

Bailey, Jeffery Lynn; New 

Albany, MS 

Bane, Mary Rebecca; Brandon, 

MS 





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Barber, Mitchell Evan; 

Foxworth, MS 

Barber, Steven David; Cordova, 

TN 

Barclay, Anthony; Columbus, 

MS 

Barnett, Lorena Maxine; 

Columbus, MS 

Batten, Susan Diane; 

Collierville, TN 

Beene, Gina Arlynn; Memphis, 

TN 

Beltran, Carlos Arnoldo; Costa 

Rica 

Bennett, Brian Patrick; 

Starkville, MS 

Benton, David Earl; Mascoutah, 

IL 

Benway, Tracy Nadine; 

Demopolis, AL 

Bergiel, Erich Blaise; 

Thibodaux, LA 

Bigelow, Jaclynn; Columbus, 

MS 

Bigelow, Jason Edward; 

Columbus, MS 

Billups, Reginald L.; 

Columbus, MS 

Black, Letha; West Point, MS 



Blacklidge, Ginger R.; 

Gulfport, MS 

Blake, Traci Alyson; 

Greenwood, MS 

Blanden, Annette K.; 

Columbia, MS 

Boland, John Joseph; 

Birmingham, AL 

Bolton, Annette; Jackson, MS 



Booker, Yolanda Ann; West 

Point, MS 

Boone, Jennifer Lea; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Borst, Michelle Marie; El 

Dorado, AR 

Boswell, Peter John; Jackson, 

MS 

Bottino, Claudia Jean; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Bowlin, Christoph G; 

Cleveland, MS 

Box, Gina Leigh; Pearl, MS 

Boyd, Cabrina Thora; 

Heidelberg, MS 

Brady, Adrienne Mari; 

Pensacola, FL 

Branch, Charlotte Aldy; Sallis, 

MS 



Branch, Stephanie Leigh; 

Biloxi, MS 

Brand, Rebecca Jean; Navarre, 

FL 

Braswell, Amy Lynn; Rosedale, 

MS 

Brett, John Christopher; Ocean 

Spring, MS 

Bridges, Melanie Leigh; 

Stewart, MS 



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291 



Brignac, Rene Paul; Starkville, 

MS 

Broocks, Jennifer Lea; 

Brandon, MS 




Brumbelow, Gary Joe; 

Bridgman, MI 

Bryan, John T.; Memphis, TN 

Buda, Joseph Steven; Grenada, 

MS 

Bullock, Emily Nicole; New 

Orleans, LA 

Burch, Joe Carroll; 

Mendenhall, MS 



Burchfield, Krista D.; Vaiden, 

MS 

Burgess, Stacy Lauren; 

Brookhaven, MS 

Burke, Matthew Thames; 

Jackson, MS 

Butler, Allison Lee; Clarksdale, 

MS 

Butler, Daniel George; Tupelo, 

MS 

Butler, Rhonda Leigh; Biloxi, 

MS 

Cade, William Benjamin; 

Dekalb, MS 

Callaway, Kerri R.; Columbus, 

MS 

Cammack, Abner Sam; 

Columbus, MS 

Campbell, Marcia; Starkville, 

MS 

Campbell, Stephanie A.; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Carouthers, Veronica; 

Okolona, MS 

Carpenter, Casey Lynne; 

Brandon, MS 

Carr, Jennipher Lee; Tupelo, 

MS 

Carr, Jonathan Walter; 

Sikeston, MO 

Carraway, William Craig; 

Sebring, FL 

Carroll, Michael Alan; Decatur, 

MS 

Carter, Jacqueline L.; Prairie, 

MS 

Case, Sarah Elizabeth; Bogue 

Chitto, MS 

Casey, Robert B.; Olive Branch, 

MS 



Brown, Lashondaraye; 

Kosciusko, MS 
Brown, Terry Myong; 

Columbus, MS 





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Brian Thompson is a freshman from Jack- 
son majoring in industrial engineering. He 
says his fraternity brothers are great. "I feel 
like by my senior year we will all be really 
close. They will do anything to help me." 




Chamblin, Kristi Dawn; Killen, 

AL 

Cheek, Tommi Ellen; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Cheema, Mubashir Akhtar; 

MSU, MS 

Cherry, Clayton Lamar; 

Clinton, MS 

Chipley, Robert Ellis; 

Lucedale, MS 

Christensen, Pernille H.; 

Alpharetta, GA 

Claburn, Adrian Paige; Yazoo 

City, MS 

Clark, Cathy Lynne; Cordova, 

TN 

Clements, Christopher G.; 

Carriere, MS 

Clemmer, Jodie Gail; Ripley, 

MS 

Cline, Nolin Dale; Jackson, TN 

Cole, Theodore R.; Meridian, 

MS 

Coleman, Tracy Carol; New 

Albany, MS 

Collins, Kimberly Ann; 

Meridian, MS 

Coltrin, Rebecca Lynne; 

McComb, MS 



Cook, Jason Daniel; Groves, 

TX 

Cook, Stacy Lee-Ann; Jackson, 

MS 

Cooper, Charles Tyrone; 

Starkville, MS 

Cooper, Johnnie Susan; Maben, 

MS 

Cooper, Josh Wilson; 

Murfreesboro, TN 



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Condon, Carol Ann; Memphis, 

TN 

Conley, Nancy K.; Mims, FL 




Conner, James Bernard; 

Laurel, MS 
Converse, Kenneth Clark; 

Jackson, MS 




Copeland, George E.; Jackson, 

MS 

Corbitt, Paul Douglas; Bowling 

Green, KY 

Cox, Aretha Shea; West Point, 

MS 

Cox, Michael Allen; Brandon, 

MS 

Cramer, Matthew 

James;Fredericksburg,MS 

Crunk, Cynthia Anne; Dallas, 

GA 

Dahlem, James Gregory; 

Hamilton, MS 

Dallas, Andrea Denise; 

Cleveland, MS 

Darby, Chanda Ann; Tillatoba, 

MS 

Daves, Bridgett Renae; Coila, 

MS 

Davidson, Donald Milton; 

Columbus, MS 

Davis, Detra Kanice; Mound 

Bayou, MS 

Davis, Laurence Samuel; 

Dekalb, MS 

Davis, Sharron Nycole; Maben, 

MS 

Degroote, Jessica B.; Lucedale, 

MS 

Dewalt, Bradley William; 

Covington, LA 

Dey, Sushobhon Charles; 

Charleston, IL 

Dixon, Susan; Thomasville, GA 

Dobbs, Amy Rebekah; Calhoun 

City, MS 

Dollar, Katherine Anne; 

Starkville, MS 



Donna way, Joseph R.; Double 

Oak, TX 

Doss, Stephanie Lynn; 

Grenada, MS 

Downey, Janet Elizabeth; Pearl 

River, LA 

Drake, Ruth Anne; Jackson, MS 

Dubose, Enrique M.; Bolton, 

MS 





294 




Duncan, Timothy Scott; Naples, 

FL 

Dunehew, Jenny Lynn; 

Starkville, MS 

Easley, Joel Edward; Starkville, 

MS 

Easterling, Lagina S.; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Edgeworth, Michael Ladd; 

Columbus, MS 

Edwards, Jennifer N.; Amory, 

MS 

Eichelberger, Euronda; 

Louisville, MS 

Elisar, Katherine Marie; 

Nashville, TN 

Ellis, Kenyon L.; Columbus, 

MS 

Elwell, Eric William; 

McMinnville, TN 

Epps, Nicole; Columbus, MS 

Evans, Shandre Renae; MSU, 

MS 

Ewing, Angela Alisa; Prairie, 

MS 

Ezell, Loretta Lavene; 

Columbus, MS 

Fayard, Starlette D.; 

D'Iberville, MS 



Ferguson, Brandi Nicole; 

Union, MS 

Ferguson, Tedra Leann; Biloxi, 

MS 

Fields, Christopher A.; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Flowers, Sarah Ann; Columbus, 

MS 

Flynn, Rachael Amie; Tupelo, 

MS 

Fonck, Thaddeus B.; Pierre, SD 

Fondren, Myra Kay; Stewart, 

MS 

Fortenbery, Betty C; Natchez, 

MS 

Fratesi, Helen Paige; Meridian, 

MS 

Frazier, Brent McLeod; 

Arlington, TX 



Frederick, Katie Marie; 

Brandon, MS 

Freret, Stephen R.; Gulfport, 

MS 

Frerichs, Mary Jane; Clinton, 

MS 

Frye, Charles Ray; Pascagoula, 

MS 

Fuller, Jennifer M.; Louisville, 

MS 

Gammill, William J.; 

Greenwood, MS 

Gandy, Lula M.; West Point, 

MS 

Gardner, Lee Andrew; 

Noxapater, MS 

Garcia-Maldonado, Betsa; 

Lima, Peru 

Gartman, Kenneth Ray; 

Summit, MS 




295 



Gaston, Ronnie McNar; 

Eupora, MS 
Gause, Portia Colette; 

Columbus, MS 




Gilman, Kathi Joy; Laurel, MS 

Gilmore, Laura Ruth; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Glenn, Victor B.; Louisville, MS 

Gliddon, Deann Lee; 

Southaven, MS 

Goode, Christy Michelle; 

Plantersville, MS 



Gordon, Freda S; Okolona, MS 

Gordon, James Patrick; 

Houston, MS 

Gore, David Granville; Terry, 

MS 

Gowan, Suzanne; McAdams, 

MS 

Green, Carrie Savannah; 

Crestview, FL 

Graham, Sara Elizabeth; 

Memphis, TN 

Granger, Brian Gregory; New 

Albany, MS 

Gray, Amy Catherine; 

Memphis, TN 

Gray, Latonia Lynn; Lake, MS 

Griffin, Jason A.; Ackerman, 

MS 



Griffin, Kevin Brett; 

Humboldt, MS 

Gross, Alia Cascal; Jackson, MS 

Gross, John Trevor; Madison, 

MS 

Groves, Sheila Sheree; 

Goodman, MS 

Grubbs, Bradley Allen; Nesbit, 

MS 



Haar, Jon Patrick; 

Alburquerque, NM 

Hairston, Terry H.; Brandon, 

MS 

Hamann, Marc Stephen; 

Macon, GA 

Hamilton, Susan Renae; 

Wesson, MS 

Hammons, Lori Anne; 

Grenada, MS 



Gentry, Donya Michelle; 

Louisville, MS 
Gibson, Stephanie E.; 

Starkville, MS 




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medicine major from Independence, MS. 
He says that Miss. State is a tradition for 
him. "I've been coming to MSU ballgames 
since I was three years old. 



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Hanes, Cassandra R.; 

Cleveland, MS 

Hanna, Michelle Lynn; 

Smithville, MS 

Hansberger, Jeffrey T.; 

Pontotoc, MS 

Hastings, Andrea; Scottsboro, 

AL 

Hardin, Thomas Owen; 

Southaven, MS 

Hardwick, Cherilyn Ann; 

Metairie, LA 

Harper, Fitzgerald L.; Calhoun 

City, MS 

Harper, Rachel; Vardaman, MS 

Harrell, Mary Norma; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Harrick, Dana Lee; Melbourne, 

FL 



Harris, Coretta L.; Columbus, 

MS 

Harrison, Mark Fondren; 

Jackson, MS 

Hart, David Dan; Jackson, MS 

Hart, Geoffrey Ryan; Madison, 

MS 

Hatfield, Tera Lea; Benton, MS 



Hawkins, Chadwick 

Reid;Calhoun City, MS 
Hayles, Joseph W.; Jackson, MS 
Hazel, Sarah Margaret; 
Vicksburg, MS 
Henderson, Cathy Elise; 
Grenwood, MS 

Hendrick, Lisa Karen; Jackson, 
MS 



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Henson, William Chase; 

Jackson, MS 

Herring, Brian Kent; Brandon, 

MS 



Hilkert, Judith Rene; 

Raymond, MS 

Hill, Charles William; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Hill, Tiffanee H.; Isola, MS 

Hilleke, Leasha Leigh; 

Huntsville, MS 

Hixson, Dana Justine; 

Cordova, TN 



Hodges, William Scotty; 

Brandon, MS 

Holcombe, Allison Dawn; 

Houston, MS 

Holder, Amy Kaylynnda; 

Clewiston, FL 

Holliday, Karen Alice; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Holliman, Brandi Lynn; 

Belden, MS 

Holman, Glenn Aaron; 

Oxford, MS 

Hood, Kristen Michelle; Kathy, 

TX 

Hooks, Amy Lea; Ridgeland, 

MS 

Hopkins, Hollis H.; Winona, 

MS 

Howell, Angela; Aberdeen, MS 

Hubbard, Robert Tryon; 

Huntsville, AL 

Hudson, Renee Lakeitria; 

Daleville, MS 

Hunt, Stacia Lynn; Houston, 

TX 

Hurd, Wendy Lyn; Scottsboro, 

AL 

Hurst, Stephanie Ann; Tupelo, 

MS 

Hylander, Kimberly Anne; 

Southaven, MS 

Jacob, Rachael Dianne; 

Clarksdale, MS 

Jackson, Alidia A.; Louisville, 

MS 

Jackson, Brian C; Cleveland, 

MS 

Jackson, Julie Christine; 

Madison, MS 





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Jackson, Missy J.; Brandon, MS 

James, John Virgil; Gore 

Springs, MS 

James, Keith Robert; Brandon, 

MS 

Jarrett, Regina Louise; 

Greenville, MS 

Jarzen, Ryan Robert; Tupelo, 

MS 



Jefferson, Travillion D.; 

Belzoni, MS 

Jenkins, Melvin Thomas; 
Meridian, MS 
Johnson, Cassie D.; 
Mechanicsville, MS 
Johnson, Dorotheia D., 
Coldwater, MS 
Johnson, Jennifer Laura; 
Brandon, MS 

Johnson, Lisa M.; Montgomery, 

AL 

Johnson, Melanie Maria; 

Carthage, MS 

Johnson, Pleshette S.; Rolling 

Fork, MS 

Johnson, Ramona Lynette; 

Shannon, MS 

Johnson, Sancho Vidal; 

Jackson, MS 

Johnson, Syretta Lavet; Duck 

Hill, MS 

Johnston, Gregory M.; 

Ridgeland, MS 

Jones, Jay Tolbert; Brandon, 

MS 

Jones, Katina Lee; Columbus, 

MS 

Jones, Quincy Earl; Jackson, 

MS 

Jones, Stephanie Ann; Forest, 

MS 

Jordan, Aubre Ball; West Point, 

MS 

Kachru, Rahul; Starkville, MS 

Kalahar, Jon Micheal; 

Brandon, MS 

Kelley, Chassidy D.; Louisville, 

MS 



Kellum, Amy Elizabeth; 

Charleston, MS 

Kemp, Katherine V.; Holly 

Springs, MS 

Kemp, Mary Elizabeth; 

Jackson, MS 

Kendall, Connie Denise; 

Cascilla, MS 

Keys, Kimberly J.; Flint, MI 

Keys, Marlene M.; Collins, MS 

Kilgore, Jason Wayne; Stewart, 

MS 

Kiser, Jodi Leigh; Bay Springs, 

MS 

Kisner, Michelle; Oxford, MS 

Knight, Cory Anne; 

Centreville, MS 



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Knight, Jennifer Anne; Lake 

Village, MS 

Knowlton, Beth Lewis; 

Memphis, TN 




Lacey, Ryan Ray; Aberdeen, 

MS 

Ladner, Paula Dianne; Pass 

Christian, MS 




Lamasstus, Casey Camille; 

Drew, MS 

Lambert, Amy Laurel; Natchez, 

MS 

Lambert, Jeffery Allen; 

Coldwater, MS 

Land, David Warren; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Landrum, Jennifer Lee; 

Starkville, MS 

Lantz, Katherine Nicole; 

Sarasota, MS 

Lax, Joseph Benjamin; 

Senatobia, MS 

Lee, Aimee Jo; Bentonia, MS 

Lee, Monica Sharrae; 

Greenville, MS 

Leech, Penny Michelle; 

Jackson, MS 

Leigh, Wendy Kathleen; 

Hernando, MS 

Lewis, Kevin Mangum; Pearl, 

MS 

Liles, Andrew M.; Brandon, MS 

Little, Veronica R.; Kosciusko, 

MS 

Lipscomb, Kristen E.; 

Greenville, MS 



Livingston, Amy Lynn; 

Picayune, MS 

Livingston, Suzanne M.; 

Beavercreek, OH 

Lockhart, Angela Dawn; 

Destin, FL 

Long, Brian Dewayne; 

Carthage, MS 

Long, James Kyle; Cruger, MS 

Long, Nicole Lynn; Macon, MS 

Long, Wallace Gentry; 

Gulfport, MS 

Lott, Elizabeth Grace; 

Greenwood, MS 

Lott, Melody Marie; Columbia, 

MS 

Loviza, Kathleen; Vicksburg, 

MS 




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Chad Richmond is a senior from Madison 
majoring mechanical engineering. His advice 
to freshman: "Don't party too hard and keep 
your priorities straight." "Graduation will be 
my fondest memory." 




Lowe, Jackie Coretta; 

Caledonia, MS 

Luckett, Tracey Ann; Sallis, MS 

Lundy, Doug Alan; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Luter, Polly Alane; Hartselle, 

AL 

Mak, Linda Mae; Greenville, 

MS 



Mallard, Kristi M.; Enterprise, 

MS 

Martin, James Malcolm;Crystal 

Springs, MS 

Martin, Stephanie Ann; 

Hazlehurst, MS 

McAdams, Michaela Lynn; 

Greenwood, MS 

McCaskill, Laura Amanda; 

Vicksburg, MS 

McCleave, Jason AshleyjOcean 

Springs, MS 

McEwen, Lashern Lashel; 

Oxford, MS 

McGahey, LeAnne; Rosedale, 

MS 

McGarrahan, Cathryn P.; Arab, 

AL 

McGriff, Lori Gail;Haleyville, 

AL 

Mcjunkins, Felecia L.; Oxford, 

MS 

McKay, Wendy Carol; 

Columbus, MS 

McMillian, Justin Heath; 

Pascagoula, MS 

McPherson, James Batton; 

Yazoo City, MS 

McReynolds, Frank Sage; 

Starkville, MS 



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McReynolds, William R.; 

Starkville, MS 
McVay, John Taylor; Memphis, 

TN 





McWhirter, Pamela K.; 

Louisville, MS 

Megehee, Alison Anne; Macon, 

MS 





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Meier, Thomas O.; Decatur, AL 

Menley, Mark Allen; Dexter, 

MO 

Merriwether, Christopher; 

Columbus, MS 

Miles, Stacie Andress; Guin, 

AL 

Miller, Amanda Jill; Kosciusko, 

MS 



Miller, Christopher D.; 

Cleveland, MS 

Mills, Marrion D.; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Misenar, Garik Traverse; 

Brandon, MS 

Mitchell, Shellie C; Starkville, 

MS 

Moody, Gregg Philip; Natchez, 

MS 

Moody, William Fred; 

Starkville, MS 

Moore, Regina Christine; 

Joplin, MO 

Moore, Roger Earl; West Point, 

MS 

Moore, Ronald Howard; MSU, 

MS 

Morgan, Tonya Jayne; Calhoun 

City, MS 

Morris, Elizabeth Ella; 

Louisville, MS 

Moss, John Philip; Natchez, 

MS 

Moulder, Tara Arlene; 

Starkville, MS 

Mullen, Johannah C; Jackson, 

MS 

Mullins, John Jason; Decatur, 

AL 

Murphy, Kristine E.; 

Huntsville, AL 

Murphy, Melanie Miles; 

Starkville, MS 

Nelson, Laura Bennett; 

Madison, MS 

Nelson, Scott Elvin; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Nemeti, James Michael; 

Rayland, OH 






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Tony Marucci is a senior from Flanders, NJ who is 
majoring in political science. What he would 
change about Miss. State: "I would make MSU a 
self-serving university where students wouldn't 
have to go off campus to purchase everything." 







Newton, David Scott; 

Birmingham, AL 
Ohlson, Richard John; 
Montgomery, AL 
Olenar, John Gregory; 
Rayland, OH 
Oswalt, Missie Renee; 
Greenville, MS 
Overton, Tammy Lee; 
Montgomery, AL 

Owen, Angela Renee; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Pace, Leigh Michael; Canton, 

MS 

Palmer, Angela Lynn; Clinton, 

MS 

Parham, Jason Cory; Amory, 

MS 

Parker, Jennifer A.; Brandon, 

MS 

Parrish, Carta E.; Stark ville, 

MS 

Patterson, Samantha; Tupelo, 

MS 

Payne, Kristena; Natchez, MS 

Pennington, Jennifer D.; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Penny, Elizabeth H.; Houston, 

MS 



Peoples, James Thomas; 

Walnut Grove, MS 

Petty, Catherine Elise; 

Grenada, MS 

Permenter, Carrie Anne; 

Memphis, TN 

Phillips, Sharon M.; Olive 

Branch, MS 

Pickens, Cristy Lynn; Tillar, 

AR 



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Pierce, Shannon Lea; Grenada, 

MS 

Pippin, Serena Dawn; Belden, 

MS 




Poole, Harold Duane; Natchez, 
MS 

Porter, Dredzell Pace; Jackson, 
MS 

Potter, Julia Elizabeth; Jackson, 

MS 

Poulos, Jill M.; Biloxi, MS 

Pray, Kristin Lyn; Oxford, MS 



Puckett, Ashley E.; Jackson, MS 

Pufahl, Robert C; Greenwich, 

CT 

Purser, Chad E.; Star, MS 

Quinn, Daniel Lamar; Madison, 

MS 

Quon, Raymond Wilson; 

Inverness, MS 



Ragazzi, Brian Phillip; 

Brandon, MS 

Ragland, Amy Martha; 

Gulfport, MS 

Ragland, Tammy M.; Crystal 

Springs, MS 

Ramagos, Delma Caroline; 

Soso, MS 

Rankin, Christine Marie; 

Slidell, LA 

Ray, Amanda G.; Russellville, 

AL 

Ray, William Kent; Savannah, 

GA 

Reddick, Erin Christine; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Redner, Michelle Foster; Friars 

Point, MS 

Reed, Dana Marie; Louisville, 

MS 

Reed, Victoria Rebecca; 

Clinton, MS 

Reedy, Stephanie Dawn; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Reese, Beverly Jean; 

Thomasville, GA 

Reese, Lawanda Anika; Yazoo 

City, MS 

Reeves, James Matthew; 

Oxford, MS 



Pitts, Curtis Lee; Saltillo, MS 
Poe, Morgan McCain; 

Inverness, MS 







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Regal, Jennifer Jo; Magee, MS 
Renfro, Michael Warren; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Reynolds, Robert W.; Mathews, 

AL 

Rigby, Bradford Lee; Starkville, 

MS 

Riley, Paul Allott; Ruston, LA 



Rivera, Florecita; Gautier, MS 

Roberts, Katherine Jean; 

Starkville, MS 

Roberts, Kristen; Huntsville, 

AL 

Roberts, Rodney Demond; 

Jackson, MS 

Robinson, Alina Rhea; 

Memphis, TN 

Robinson, Markita A; Detroit, 

MI 

Robinson, Robert Dent; Laurel, 

MS 

Rodgers, Jennifer Gail; 

Louisville, MS 

Rogers, Christopher J.; 

Hazlehurst, MS 

Rogers, Jennifer Leigh; 

Tupelo, MS 

Rollins, Lisa Ann; 

Germantown, TN 

Roper, Barbara Ann; 

Hazlehurst, MS 

Rowe, Brandon Lamont; 

Woodville, MS 

Ruggles, Julia Beth; West 

Point, MS 

Rush, LaDonna Verrelle; 

Dekalb, MS 

Rushing, Shelly Denise; 

Starkville, MS 

Russell, Amy Suzanne; 

Pontotoc, MS 

Russell, James Frederick; 

Radcliff, KY 

Russum, Elizabeth M., Magee, 

MS 

Rutter, Michael Wayne; 

Millington, TN 

Ryals, Ginger Carol; Louisville, 

MS 

Sanders, Shelby Lee; Senatobia, 

MS 

Saum, Heather Loraine; 

Columbus, MS 

Schmidt, Carolyn Ann; 

Starkville, MS 

Schmidt, David F.; Hanceville, 

AL 

Schrag, Jennipher M.; 

Pensacola, FL 

Schwarzmann, John H.; 

Germantown, TN 

Seals, Joe Nelson; Shannon, MS 

Seitz, Amy Renee; Starkville, 

MS 

Sellers, Hettie Ann; York, AL 






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Sennett, Jacqueline C; 

Hattiesburg, MS 
Selph, Carissa Ayn; Flora, MS 



Shaw, Jeff Thomas; Biloxi, MS 

Sheffield, Thomas Shane; 

Jackson, MS 

Sheppard, Chastitie M.; 

Clinton, MS 

Simmons, Alison Ray; 

Columbus, MS 

Simmons, Lyn; Tupelo, MS 



Simpson, Carla Delaine; 

Vaiden, MS 

Simpson, John Thomas; Sledge, 

MS 

Sims, Chad Avery; Starkville, 

MS 

Slade, Michele Diane; Madison, 

MS 

Slayton, Jennifer S.; Cullman, 

AL 

Smith, Amy Cherie; Carthage, 

MS 

Smith, Bruce Conrad; 

Louisville, MS 

Smith, Christy Lane; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Smith, Cicely Patrice; Okolona, 

MS 

Smith, Crystal Lynn; 

Noxapater,MS 

Smith, Cullen T.; Plantersville, 

MS 

Smith, Heidi M.; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Smith, Lacey Claire; 

Mendenhall, MS 

Smith, Robert J. Allen; Helena, 

AL 

Smith, Shannon Paige; Tupelo, 

MS 

Smith, Todd Allen; Trussville, 

AL 

Snell, Beverly Diane; Bartlett, 

TN 

Sorey, Elizabeth Lee; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Sorrels, Natalie Elaine; Dekalb, 

MS 

Speck, Michael Bradley; 

Dyersburg, TN 





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Geoffrey Hebron is a graduate student in wildlife 
ecology from Pleasantville, NJ. "I have found people 
in the South to be extremely nice — a lot better than 
Jersey. In other places, you are just another body. 
People (here) take time to say hello to each other." 



Spell, Robin D. M.; Macon, MS 

Spiess, Rhonda Joan; Bay St. 

Louis, MS 

Sporl, Christi Ann; West 

Monroe, LA 

Standley, Brenda M.; Starkville, 

MS 

Stanley, Robert Wylie; 

Tuscumbia, AL 



Steckler, Jon Stephen; Natchez, 

MS 

Stegall, Christina D.; Jackson, 

MS 

Stephens, Amy Michelle; 

Columbia, MS 

Stevens, Jill Suzanne; Clinton, 

MS 

Steward, Rejanah V.; Lorman, 

MS 

Stewart, Andrea Lonnell; 

Rolling Fork, MS 

Stewart, Paula Melissa; Holly 

Springs, MS 

Stewart, Sherry Ann; Brandon, 

MS 

Stockwell, Stacey; Jackson, MS 

Stokes, Bryon Scott; Noxapater, 

MS 



Stone, Dwayne Lamont; 

Starkville, MS 

Stowe, Wendy Leigh; Brandon, 

MS 

Street, William Barry; Madison, 

MS 

Streetman, Jason Kirk; 

Gulfport, MS 

Strong, Angelia Shahazz; 

Starkville, MS 




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Stubblefield, Cynthia S.; 

Jackson, MS 

Stubbs, Annika Michelle; Long 

Beach, MS 



Sullivan, Krista M.; Gulfport, 

MS 

Surholt, Jennifer L.; 

Clarksdale, MS 

Sykes, Timothy; Columbus, MS 

Tabor, Apryl Dawn; Starkville, 

MS 

Tabor, Terri Dawn; Louisville, 

MS 



Tate, Warren Newton; 

Carthage, MS 

Taylor, Mickle Wayne; 

Madison, MS 

Tedder, George Ike; Vardaman, 

MS 

Teel, Jennifer Amy; Clarksdale, 

MS 

Thomas, Mary Melanie; 

Starkville, MS 

Thomas, Molly Suzanne; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Thomason, Paula E.; 

Southaven, MS 

Tingle, Jeb Stuart; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Tompkins, Teresa Anne; 

Winona, MS 

Towery, Richard Eric; 

Sikeston, MO 

Towles, Michael G.; Cleveland, 

MS 

Townsend, Tiffany Elise; 

Brandon, MS 

Trigg, Carmen Michelle; 

Jackson, MS 

Trussell, Robert Kelly; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Tullos, Simone Nichole; 

Murfreesboro, TN 

Turner, Emily Lynn; Maiden, 

MO 

Turner, Jennifer Ashley; 

Clinton, MS 

Turner, Lebrio J ah ma I 

Ridgeland, MS 

Turner, Vinette Lushun; 

Ruleville, MS 

Upchurch, Christy Robin; 

Starkville, MS 





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Versiga, Cynthia E.; Mt. 

Vernon, NY 

Wade, Aimee Lequewn; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Walcher, Lanessa Lee; 

Starkville, MS 

Walker, Jason Scott; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Walker, Nina B.; Canton, MS 



Walker, Stacey L.; Columbia, 

MS 

Wallace, Stacy Leigh; Tupelo, 

MS 

Wallace, Stephanie Dawn; 

Pelahatchie, MS 

Walters, Thomas C; Cincinnati, 

OH 

Ward, Clell Gordon; 

Greenville, MS 

Ward, Contessa Ann; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Ware, Stephanie Deann; 

Carthage, MS 

Warne, Michael Kitman; 

Meridian, MS 

Warren, Clinton Regan; 

Greenwood, MS 

Watkins, Kimberly Kaye; 

Bruce, MS 

Watson, Michelle L.; Jackson, 

MS 

Watson, Scott Nathan; Jackson, 

MS 

Watson, Stevie; Ruleville, MS 

Watson, Susan Michelle; Sallis, 

MS 

Watts, James Brady; Madison, 

MS 



Weaver, Stacy Eugenna; 

Waynesboro, MS 

Webb, David Alan; 

Plantersville, MS 

Weeks, Jowanna Ann; Madison, 

MS 

Weiss, Philip Sidney; Slidell, 

LA 

Welch, Dana Louise; Starkville, 

MS 

Wells, Christopher G.; 

Brandon, MS 

Wessman, Auburn James; 

Clinton, MS 

Westbrooks, Heather R.; 

Jackson, MS 

Wheeler, Erik Steven; Gautier, 

MS 

White, Carta Marie; Brandon, 

MS 

White, Jason Gordon; Jackson, 

MS 

White, Reginald Rashon; 

Grenada, MS 

Whiteside, Jennifer L.; New 

Albany, MS 

Wilderson, Stephanie D.; 

Daleville, MS 

Williams, Brian 

Thomas;Independence, MS 



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Williams, Christopher S.; 

Cedar Bluff, MS 

Williams, Erick D.; Columbus, 

MS 



Williams, Mary Camille; 

Batesville, MS 

Williams, Penny Laine; 

Randolph, MS 

Williams, Terrance E.; 

Starkville, MS 

Williams, Tracey Yvonnne; 

Starkville, MS 

Williams, Wesley P.; Tupelo, 

MS 

Williamson, Angela; Senatobia, 

MS 

Williamson, Elizabeth M.; 

Louisville, MS 

Williamson, Tara M.; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Windham, Rebecca Lynn; 

Grenada, MS 

Winsley, Erin; New Albany, MS 



Withers, Margaret S.; 

Starkville, MS 

Wood, Amy Elizabeth; Athens, 

AL 

Woodward, Kevin Lee; Amory, 

MS 

Worthy, Margaret A.; McCool, 

MS 

Wynne, Amanda Katherind; 

Kosciusko, MS 





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Younger, Martha Hope; 

Columbus, MS 

Yusuf, Moshtaque; Starkville, 

MS 



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Kristen Wolfe is a senior from Fulton, MS 
majoring in sociology. Why she came to MSU: 
"I thought the people were very friendly. I 
consider MSU sort of like a family." 




Wynne, Corin Ashley; Eupora, 

MS 

Yarborough, Matthew T.; 

Jackson, MS 

Yates, Kristen Michele; 

Greenville, MS 

Young, Jacqueline; Kilmichael, 

MS 

Young, Velecia D.; Coldwater, 

MS 



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Abel, Brandon; Stuttgat, AR 
Abel, Kristie; Houston, TX 



Adkinson, Leah; Philidelphia, 

MS 

Agnew, Norris; Corinth, MS 

Ainsworth, Bethany; Richland, 

MS 

Allen, Lori; Pontotoc, MS 

Almeida, Ana; Brazil 



Almeida, Claudio; Brazil 

Anderson, Albert; Canton, MS 

Armistead, Daniel; Butler, AL 

Ashmore, Tamila; Greenville, 

MS 

Atkins, Harold; Columbus, MS 



Atkisson, Sheri; Brandon, MS 

Avery, Benjiman;Hamilton, AL 

Bailey, Jennifer; New Albany, 

MS 

Baker, Shasta; Meridian, MS 

Banks, Alison; Brooksville, MS 



Banks, Ashley; Huntsville, AL 

Barber, Amy,; Merdian, MS 

Barnes, Stephanie; Greenville. 

MS 

Bass, Curtis; Meridian, MS 

Batson, Dinah; Ocean Springs, 

MS 



Baughman, Matthew; Cleburne, 

TX 

Beachum, Amy ; Tupelo, MS 

Beck, Melissa; Brandon, MS 

Bell, Bryan; Lena, MS 

Bell, Thomas; Metarie, LA 





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Bennett, Andre; Brandon, MS 
Bennett, Shawna; Picayune, MS 
Benton, Bradley; Ocean 
Springs, MS 

Benton, Thomas; Nesbit, MS 
Berryhill, Susan; Starkville, MS 



Betts, Gayle; Starkville, MS 
Bhattacharya, Ritika; Miss. 
State, MS 

Bingham, Sharunda; Pearl, MS 
Black, Howard; Weir.MS 
Black, Michelle; Marietta, GA 



Blasingame, Christy; FLorence, 

AL 

Blount, Amanda; Chunky, MS 

Boggan, Nathan; Hickory, MS 

Bohannon, Andraco; 

Columbus, MS 

Bonds, Dennis; Iuka, MS 



Boring, Jennifer; Starkville, MS 

Bounds, Charlotte; Columbus, 

MS 

Bowen, Wes; Tupelo, MS 

Bowlin, Mary; Cleveland, MS 

Box, Christy; Winona, MS 



Box, Billy; Ackerman, MS 

Boyd, Christopher; Heidelberg, 

MS 

Boyd, Susan; Tupelo, MS 

Boykin, Julie; Yazoo City, MS 

Bradfield, Mark; Jackson, TN 



Brand, Kareader; Starkville, MS 

Brantley, Jeri; Philidelphia, MS 

Brasfield, Charles; Stevensville, 

MD 

Brennan, Lippie; Starkville, MS 

Bridgman, Karen; Pontotoc, 

MS 



Brister, Timothy; McComb, MS 
Brock, Royal; Jackson, MS 
Brown, Amy; Iuka, MS 
Brown, Christopher; 
Hattiesburg, MS 
Brown, Marty; Starkville, MS 



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Brown, Ryan; Water Valley, MS 
Brown, Salley; Columbus, MS 



Bryan, Owen; Collinsville, MS 

Bickingham, Jillian; Miss. 

State, MS 

Bunch, Sara; Greenwood, MS 

Burger, Jennifer;Gulport, MS 

Burkhalter, Stacey; Starkville, 

MS 



Burnett, Robin; Jackson, MS 

Burns, Molly; Germantown, 

TN 

Bunrside, Paige; Senatobia. MS 

Burr, Mark; Caledonia, MS 

Burrow, Wade; Byhalia, MS 



Burt, Jennifer; Starkville, MS 

Bush, James; Pearl, MS 

Bushhart, Glynn; Baton Rouge, 

LA 

Byars, Angela; Vardaman, MS 

Cain, Christopher; 

Birmingham, AL 



Campbell, Christopher; Helena, 

AL 

Campbell, Elizabeth; 

Clarksdale, MS 

Campbell, Kimberly; Jackson, 

MS 

Caperton, Thad; Tunica, MS 

Carpenter, Kenneth,; Natchez, 

MS 



Carr, Jack; Carthage, MS 

Carrothers, Jeffrey; Natchez, 

MS 

Carte, Matthew; Long Beach, 

MS 

Case, Clinton; Clinton, MS 

Channell, Sandra; Hazelhurst, 

MS 








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Duane Poole is a freshman from Natchez, MS, and 
he is majoring in architecture. "I would like for the 
fraternities and sororities to have more influence in 
decisions made on campus. I think fraternities and 
sororities are looked down upon by people who may 
not know what is really going on." 



Chaplain, Chris; Jackson, MS 
Chappell, Ann; Jackson, MS 
Cheatham, Anna; MAdison, MS 
Chunn, Kevin; Pontotoc, MS 
Cicchetti, Shawn; New 
Baltimore, MI 




Clay, Telisa; Columbus, MS 
Clayton, Kathryn; Clinton, MS 
CLayton, Beth; Clinton, MS 
Clifford, Cynthia; Shalimar, FL 
Coggin, Tommy; Columbus, MS 




Coleman, Leigh; Meridian, MS 
Collier, Melvin; Canton, MS 
Compton, Katherine; 
Southaven, MS 

Cooley, Emily; COlumbus, MS 
Cooper, Melvin; Petal, MS 



Conn, Jennifer; Brandon, MS 
Corban, Tiffni; Amory, MS 
Cotting, Malcolm; Jackson, MS 
Cox, Tonya; Peral, MS 
Cox, Walter; Tyndall AFB, FL 



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Crace, Nathan; Charleston, IN 
Crawford, Mhanta; Jackson, MS 



Cuicchi, Christine; Starkville, 

MS 

Cummins, Elizabeth; 

Brookhavenm MS 

Currie, Clayton; Hermanville, 

MS 

Currie, Romano; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Dailey, Stephanie; Fayette, AL 

Dale, Holly; Brandon, MS 

Dallas, Joseph; Jackson, MS 

Daniel, William; New Albany, 

MS 

Davis, Brian; Dalton, MS 

Davis, Ethel; Steens, MS 



Davis, Kimberly; Terry, MS 

Dean, Carl; Stewart, MS 

Dean, Kimberly; Lexington, 

MS 

Debardelaben, Marcy; Miami, 

FL 

Demoran, Philip; Ocean 

Spirngs, MS 



Dennis, Kathryn; Spring, TX 

Dent, Adrian; Vicksburg, MS 

Dhonau, Melody; Brandon, MS 

Dickey, Jeffrey; Tupelo, MS 

Doggett, Wendy; Yazoo City, 

MS 



Doll, Melissa; Somerville, TN 

Dollar, Rebecca; Batesville, MS 

Dong, Kimberly; Jackson, MS 

Donnell, David; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Dougherty, Karla; Braxton, MS 





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Downs, Laticia; Water Valley, 

MS 

Draffen, John; Memphis, TN 

Duckworth, Morie; Meridian, 

MS 

Duscay, Jennifer; Brandon, MS 

Dunaway, Timothy; Selmer, 

TN 



Duncan, Katherine; Starkville, 

MS 

Duplessis, Linda; Centreville, 

MS 

Durham, Kenna; Gautier, MS 

Easley, Joan; Vardaman, MS 

Easley, Shelton; Duck Hill, MS 



Echiburu, Tito; Morton, MS 

Ecke, April; Green Bay, WI 

Edens, Mylissa; Niceville, FL 

Edwards, Sherrie; Starkville, 

MS 

Eichelberger, Rhonda; Forest, 

MS 



Eleuterius, Lee; Ocean Springs, 

MS 

England, Tracy; Calhoun City, 

MS 

Etheridge, Kimberly; 

Hatiiesburg, MS 

Eubanks, Jennifer; Philidelphia, 

MS 

Evans, Carey; Gunnison, MS 

Evans Grover; Jackson, MS 
Evans, Melodi; Melbnourne, FL 
Evans, Torrye; Belzoni, MS 
Ferretti, John; Starkville, MS 
Fields, Jimmy; McCondy, MS 



Files, Amelia; Meridian, MS 
Fisher, Marsha; Steens, MS 
Flautt, Kristen; Sumner, MS 
Fleming, Andra; Vaiden, MS 
Ford, Leslie; Rolling Fork, MS 



Ford, Mary; Jonesboro, AR 

Ford, Robert; Pensacola, FL 

Fortenberry, Laura; Gautier, 

MS 

Foster, Jamal; Philidelphia, MS 

Foster, Tracey; Florence, MS 



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Fox, Peter; Jackson, MS 

Freeman, Tammie; Vicksburg, 

MS 




Frost, Angela; Natchez, MS 

Fulgham, Robert; Jackson, MS 

Gandy, Kimberly; Waynesboro, 

MS 

Gardner, Priscilla; Columbus, 

MS 

Garner,Gina;Brandon, MS 



Garriga, John; Gulfport, MS 

Gates, Elizabeth; Columbus, MS 

Gates, Wesley; Sarasota, FL 

Gibbs, David; Brownsville, TN 

Gilstrap, Alan; Clinton, MS 



Givens, Toxie; Hazelhurst, MS 

Glenn, Lora; Louisville, MS 

Glover, James; Lilburn, GA 

Goetz, ElLizabeth; 

Germantown, TN 

Goldsworth, Shannon; 

Germantown, TN 



Gollott, Sandra; Biloxi, MS 

Goon, Ludwig; Greenville, MS 

Gordon, Brian; Iuka, MS 

Gordon, Jim; Sledge, MS 

Gordon, Kyle; New Orleans, 

LA 



Gordon, Melissa; Tupelo, MS 

Gosa, Kendall Hamilton, MS 

Gossage, Michelle; Temple 

Terrace, FL 

Grantham, Randy; Memphis, 

TN 

Grassel, Saskia; Hazelhurst, MS 



Freeswick, Shannon; Jefferson, 

LA 

Friloux, Heather; Gulfport, MS 








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who is majoring in child psychology, says it is 
a family tradition to come to Miss. State. "My 
step-dad told me I could go anywhere, but he 
would pay for MSU." 




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Gray, David; Bloomington, IL 

Graves, Catherine; Sterling, VA 

Green, Kerry; Southaven, MS 

Greenaway, Erica; 

Germantown, TN 

Gregory, Tammy; Louisville, 

MS 



Gressett, Andri.; Monroeville, 

AL 

Griffin, Comesha; Cleveland, 

MS 

Grimes, Tammy; Florence, MS 

Grizzell, Scharvin; Jackson, MS 

Grogan, Fred; Flora, MS 



Guess, Charles; Jaclson, MS 
Hale, Melanie; Florence, AL 
Hall, Michael; Pontotoc, MS 
Hall, Peycia; Columbus, MS 
Hall, Sabrina; New Albany, MS 



Hallman, Sharon; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Hames, William; Greenwood, 

MS 

Hammarstrom, David; 

Starkville, MS 

Hammond, Doug; Brandon, MS 

Hankins, Christopher; Gore 

Springs, MS 



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Harden, Edward; Jackson, MS 

Hardison, Laura; Senatobia, 

MS 




Harper, Robert; Vicksburg, MS 

Harrington, Anita; Mantee, MS 

Harris, Kimberly; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Harris, Rachel; Lorman, MS 

Harris, Susan; Horn Lake, MS 



Hathaway, Linda; Montgomery, 

AL 

Hatchett, Meg; Clarksdale, MS 

Hawkins. Brian; Memphis, TN 

Hawks, Jennifer; Hernando, 

MS 

Haynes, Charles; Brandon, MS 



Hays, Susan; Jackson, MS 

Hazelton, Elizabeth; Miss. 

State, MS 

Heard, Phillip; Grenada, MS 

Hearst, Laurie; Canton, MS 

Heavensr, Lisa; Tupelo, MS 



Heitmueller, Matthew; 

Vinemont, AL 

Hemphill, Shanda; Brandon, 

MS 

Henderson, Delarie; Columbus. 

MS 

Henderson, Thomas; 

Germantown, TN 

Henley, Lisa; Mandeville, LA 

Henry, Sharon; Vancleave, MS 

Herrington, Lester; Brandon, 

MS 

Herrod, Daniel; Vicksburg, MS 

Hester, Charles; Columbus, MS 

Higginbotham, Phonda; 

Macon, MS 





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Hill, Stephanie; Louisville, MS 
Hilliard, Tessa; Madison, MS 
Hinton, Hanson; Marks, MS 
Hodge, Carolyn; Clinton, MS 
Hoff, Jennifer; Dyersburg, TN 



Holder, Cedrick; Lumberton, 

MS 

Holder, Gary; Boonevillle, MS 

Holke, Christopher; Geneseo, 

IL 

Holland, Michael; Memophis, 

TN 

Holland, Tammy; Gulfport, MS 



Honea, Heather; Starkville, MS 
Hood, Gena; Gunnison, MS 
Hood, Martha; Shannon, MS 
Hooks, Emily; Clinton, MS 
Horton, Dona; Jonesboro, AR 



Horton, Lacy; Indianola, MS 

Horton, Woodward; Louisville, 

MS 

Houp, Amanda; Jackson, MS 

Hovater, Jonathan; Russellville, 

AL 

Howard, Cynthia ; Laurel, 

MS 



Howard, Donald; Columbus, 

MS 

Howell, Kevin; Carthage, MS 

Hubbard, Cynthia; Grenada, 

Ms 

Hudgins, Leslie; Jackson, MS 

Huff, Karen; Vicksburg, MS 



Hughes, Jonathan; Apo, NY 

Hundley, Marzella; Rohwer, 

AR 

Hunt, Robert; Carbon Hill, AL 

Hunter, Christy; Jackson, MS 

Hyams, Daniel; Ruston, AL 



Ingram, Lawrence; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Ikerd, Mary; Jackson, MS 

Irwin, Kristen; Ballwin, MO 

Jackson, Christopher; 

Smithdale, MS 

Jackson, Gregory; Clarksdale, 

MS 



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Jackson, Jim; Tupelo, MS 
Jackson, Sonya; Brandon, MS 



Jemison, Cedric; Flint, MI 

Jerdine, Wakeela; Jackson, MS 

Jasper, Scott; Jackson, MS 

Jenkins, Alicia; Clinton, MS 

Johnson, Bethany; Jackson, MS 



Johnson, Derek; Batesville, MS 

Johnson, Ennis; New Orleans, 

LA 

Johnson, Jennifer; Louisville, 

MS 

Johnson, Jon; Meridian, MS 

Johnson, Joseph; Melbourne, 

FL 



Jones, Bobby; Winona, MS 
Jones, Evelyn; Aberdeen, MS 

Jones, Jesslyn; Tampa, FL 

Jones, Pamela; Vicksburg, MS 

Jordan, Dan; Starkville, MS 



Jordan, Orian; Columbus, MS 

Joyner, Sara; Brownsville, TN 

Jue, Patrick; Hollandale, MS 

Kaplan, Clare; Cleveland, MS 

Kelly, Bronwyn; Jackson, MS 



Kelly, Robert; Raymond, MS 
Kennedy, Lucretia; Lena, MS 

Kilgore, Crystal; Berry, AL 

Kinnan, Rachel; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Koontz, John; Ashmore, IL 





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and he is majoring in English. "People down 
South really take a more relaxed pace about 
life. You would never consider not saying 'hi' 
down South when you see someone." 





Kovach, James; Brandon, MS 

Kyle, Wlliiam; Germantown, 

MS 

Laguan, Lashan; Jackson, MS 

Laird, Janet; Starkville, MS 

Lane, Ronda; Madison, MS 



Langford, Shay; Belden, MS 

Latham, Richard; Kilmichael, 

MS 

Laubmeier, Ronald; Long 

Beach, MS 

Lawhorn, Robert; Laurel, MS 

Lawrence, Anthony; Jackson, 

MS 



Lawson,Kimberly; Florence, 

MS 

Leach, Brent; Springfield, IL 

Lebaron, Paige; Starkville, MS 

Lee, Jay; Pearl, MS 

Lee, Juliet; Vicksburg, MS 



Lee, Stephanie; Starville, MS 
Lepard, Lana; Harlingen, TX 
Levy, Herbert; Jackson, MS 
Lew, Anna; Greenville, MS 
Lewis, Gidget; Jackson, MS 



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Lewis, Kenneth; Hazelhurst, 

MS 

Lim, Soo; Miss. State, MS 



Logan, ELizabeth; Miss. State, 

MS 

Lolley, Cheryl; Gulfport, MS 

Lowe, Jennifer; Caledonia, MS 

Lucius, Stephanie; Derma, MS 

Lyle, Russell; Starkville, MS 



Lyons, David Ocean Springs, 

MS 

Lynchard, Kimberly; 

Greenville, MS 

Macon, Kevin; Brandon, MS 

Mai, Thao; Miss. State, MS 

Mallery, Elizabeth; Aberdeen, 

MS 



Mangum, Carol; Memphis, TN 

Mangum, Ginger; Hazelhurst, 

MS 

Mann, Brandon; Rome, GA 

Mansfield, Michael; Friendship, 

TN 

Marble, Clayton; Terry, MS 



Mardis, Meredith; Brandon, MS 

Marett, Lawrence; Amory, MS 

Marin, Danny; Miss. State, MS 

Markham, TamaraljGreenwood 

Springs, MS 

Marquez, Anna; Clinton, MS 



Martin, Mary; Jackson, MS 

Martino, Bernice; Starkville, 

MS 

Matijevich, Georgeen; Clinton, 

MS 

Mattison, Missy; Starville, MS 

Maus, Ellen; Metarie, LA 





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May, Tlmmy; Carthage, MS 

Mayfield, Matthew; Pascagoula, 

MS 

McAlexander, Shane; Jackson, 

TN 

McAnally, Heather; Vicksburg, 

MS 

McBeath, Nicole; Walnut 

Grove, MS 



McCarley, Byron; Coffeeville, 

MS 

McClendon, Tracy; Houston, 

MS 

McClure, Natalie; Louisville, 

MS 

McConn, Christopher; Naples, 

FL 

McDade, Mary; Ridgeland, MS 

McDonald, Michael; 

Bloomington, MN 

McDonald, Sherry; Jackson, MS 

McGehee, Jennifer; Jackson, 

MS 

McKay, Shannon; Gulfport, MS 

McKenzie, Robert; Mendota 

Heights, MN 



McKinney, Daniel; Amory, MS 

McMillen, Julie; New Albany, 

MS 

McMullen, Tina; Mabe, MS 

McMurry, Valerie; Starkville, 

MS 

McNeil, Michael; Southaven, 

MS 



McNutt, Constantine; Winona, 

MS 

McRae, Frankn; Dekalb, MS 

McRee, Elizabeth; Jackson, TN 

McWhirter, Karen; Louisville, 

MS 

Meek, Cameron; Senatobia, MS 



Meyers, Lori; Metairie, LA 

Meyers, Sherry; West Union, 

OH 

Miles, Catherine; Anguilla, MS 

Miller, JAson; Lucedale, MS 

Miles, Kara; Pulaski, MS 



Miller, Katina; Columbus, MS 
Miller, Koko; Columbus, MS 
Miller, Melody; Sturgis, MS 
Miller, Rebecca; Vicksburg, MS 
Miller, Timothy; St. 
Petersburg, FL 



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Mills, Paula; Courtland, MS 

Mills, Wanda; Ocean Springs, 

MS 



Mire, Tanya; Reservoir, MS 

Mitchell, Cassandra; Senatobia, 

MS 

Mock, Lisa; Greenwood, MS 

Moffett, Miriam, Meridian, MS 

Moore, Angela; Meridian, MS 



Moore, James; Grenada, MS 

Montgomery, Tracy; Jackson, 

MS 

Moran, Kyle; Gulfprot, MS 

Moran, Marianna; Raymond, 

MS 

Morgan, Jody; D'Lo, MS 



Morgan, Somer; Kosciusko, MS 

Morgan, Mark; Jackson, MS 

Morphis, Jennifer; Jackson, MS 

Morrow, Sally; Amory, MS 

Morse, JAmes; Germantown, 

TN 



Morton, Christina; Long Beach, 

MS 

Moser, Valorie; Clarksdale, MS 

Moss, Walter; Natchez, MS 

Moudy, Stacy; Hattiesburg, MS 

Murphree, Angelique; Miss. 

State, MS 



Murphy, Keith; Memphis, TN 

Necaise, Darlon; Pass Christian, 

MS 

Necessary, David; Richmond, 

VA 

Nelson, Lora Overton, TX 

Newlon, Tammy; McComb, MS 





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Veronica Walters is a junior majoring in bi- 
ology from Lorman, MS. "I think the black 
students here should have more unity. I would 
like to see more of a sense of belonging and 
family for everyone here at MSU." 





Nichols, Amanda; Tuscaloosa, 

AL 

Nicholson, Angela; Little Rock, 

AR 

Nordan, Edwin; Greenville, MS 

Ochello, Dino; Meridian, MS 

O'Conner, Timothy; Miss. 

State, MS 



Odom, Daniel; Madison, MS 

Odom, Rhonda; Starville, MS 

Ogerly, Shannon; Vicksburg, 

MS 

O'Hara, Evelyn; West Point, 

MS 

Oliver, Bonita; Macon, MS 



O'Neal, Robert; Jackson, TN 

O'Quin, Caroline; Paducah, KY 

Page, John; Tupelo, MS 

Palmer, Evelyn; Pascagoula, 

MS 

Palmer, Stephen; Clinton, MS 



Palmertree, Melanie; 

Kilmichael, MS 

Parker, Deborah; Southaven, 

MS 

Parker, Jon; Starkville, MS 

Parker, Stacia; Calhoun City, 

MS 

Parrish, Rachel; Memphis, MS 



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Passmore, Richard; Tupelo, 

MS 

Pate, Derrick; Canton, MS 



Peacock, Thomas; Miss. State, 
MS 
Peavey, Joseph; Meridian, MS 
Pellegrino, Kelly; Tupleo, MS 
Penton, Colbey; Picayune, MS 
Penton, Roxanne; Clinton, MS 



Perkins, Richard; Carrollton, 

MS 

Perteet, Jacqueline; Miss. State, 

MS 

Petersen, Karen; Memphis, TN 

Peterson, Kristina; Columbus, 

MS 

Pittman, James; Madison, MS 



Pittman, Neda; Kilmichael, MS 

Pool, Jason; Steens, MS 

Popham, Daniel; Huntsville, 

AL 

Porter, J.; Madison, MS 

Pound, Tonia; Sneads, FL 



Povall, Emily; Jackson, MS 

Price, Mark; Highland, IN 

Pride, Dwilette; Batesville, MS 

Priscock, Thomas; Marietta, 

GA 

Purcell, Kristin; Detroit, MI 



Purdy, Michelle; Millington, 

TN 

Purvis, Martha; Tunica, MS 

Prevost, James; Huntsville, AL 

Prowell, Revita; Steens, MS 

Pruitt, Andre; Columbus, MS 





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Doug Lundy is a freshman history major 
from Philidelphia, MS. "The worst thing 
that happend to me when I first got here was 
probably going into the wrong class and hav- 
ing to stay there for the whole hour." 




Quails, Tera; Ruleville, MS 
Quick, Jennifer; Meridian, MS 
Railing, Scott; Norwood, NC 
Raines, Lawrence; Bartlett, TN 
Ray, Heather; Tupelo, MS 



Ray, Stephen; Madison, MS 

Redding, Rebecca; Oxford, MS 

Redditt, Ginger; Florence, MS 

Respess, Courtney; Lambert, 

MS 

Rester, Derek; Baton Rouge, 

LA 



Rever, Robyn; Vero Beach, FL 

Rhodes, Karen; Jackson, MS 

Richardson, Robin; Jackson, 

MS 

Riggan, Kathryne; Marion, AR 

Riles, Kimberly; Vicksburg, MS 



Rimmer, Elizabeth; Dublin, GA 
Roberts, John; Halls, TN 
Robinson, Lisa; Florence, MS 
Robinson, Myra; Loretto, TN 
Robinson, Tijuana; Columbus, 
MS 



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Rodman, Shannon; Southaven, 

MS 

Roesch, Helen; Vicksburg, MS 



Rogers, Melanie; Collins, MS 

Roos, Michelle; Pearl, MS 

Rueter, Eric; Mandeville, LA 

Rush, John; Leakesville, MS 

Sampson, Amy; Jackson, MS 



Sanders, Christy; Ackerman, 

MS 

Sanders, Jeffery; Columbus, MS 

Sanders, Katherine; Tunica, 

MS 

Sandlin, Suzanne; Guntown, 

MS 

Sands, Richard; Miami, FL 



Saxon, Mary; Brooksville, MS 

Sayeda, Sobia; Starkville, MS 

Scales, Andrea; Okolona, MS 

Schweizer, Federico; Starkville, 

MS 

Scruggs, Susan; Tupelo, MS 



Sculthorpe, Eric Gautier, MS 
Sebring, Dean; Starkville, MS 

Setliff, Todd; Meridian, MS 
Shaw, Lisa; Maben, MS 

Sherer, Laura; Florence, AL 



Shirley, Audra; Columbus, MS 
Shirley, Donald; Meridian, MS 

Shriner, Stephanie; Miss. State, 

MS 

Shoemaker, Seth; Aurora, CO 

Shumway, Susan; Madison, MS 





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Singletary, Eric; Pearl River, 

MS 

Singleton, Shauna; Bolton, MS 

Sink, James; Amory, MS 

Sloan, Brandon; Long Beach, 

MS 

Smith, Angela; Mendenhall, MS 



Smith, Ashley; Pascagoula, MS 
Smith, Cheryl; Calhoun, MS 
Smith, Donald; Saltillo, MS 
Smith, Dustin; Perkinston, MS 
Smith, Jennie; Grenada, MS 



Smith, Jennifer; Oxford, Ms 
Smith, Jennifer; McComb, MS 
Smith, Kristin; Summit, MS 
Smith, Lisa; Carlisle, PA 
Smith, Michael; Athens, AL 



Smith, Nancy; Columbus, MS 

Smith, Patricia; West, Point, 

MS 

Smith, Scott; D'Iberville, MS 

Smith, Scott; Slidell, LA 

Smith, Shawn; Columbus, MS 



Smith, Valerie; Jackson, MS 

Smith-Vaniz, Susan; Canton, 

MS 

Sopwell, Stephanie; Jackson, 

MS 

Spann, Johnny; Columbus, MS 

Speck, Nancy; Dyersburg, TN 



Spencer, Sharon; Water Valley, 

MS 

Sneed, Melinda; Columbus, MS 

St. Peter, Andrew; Long Beach, 

MS 

Stamps, Amanda; Long Beach, 

MS 

Stanford, Kimberly; Tupleo, 

MS 



Steffan, Leslie; Montgomery, 

AL 

Stewart, Dena; Long Beach, MS 

Stewart, Bernice; McComb, MS 

Stinson, Sandra; Jackson, MS 

Stodard, Melanie; Virginia 

Beach, VA 



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Stokes, Yvette; Greenwood, MS 
Street, Leslie; Madison, MS 



Stuckey, Stephanie; Slidell, LA 

Sullivan, Helen; Mobile, AL 

Suthar, Diptibahen; Miss. State, 

MS 

Swann, Minae; Macon, MS 

Tan, Thuan; Miss. State, MS 



Tanner, Kimberly; Tutwiler 

MS 

Taylor, Michelle; Brandon, MS 

aylor, Shelley; Blue Springs, MS 

Tedder, Dina; Vardaman, MS 

Thomas, Stephanie; Jackson, 

MS 



Thompson, Daniel; Jackson, 

MS 

Thompson, Kristin; Brandon, 

MS 

Thompson, Lacey; Greenville, 

MS 

Thompson, Marcy; 

Philidelphia, MS 

Tigrett, Mary; Brandon, MS 

Todd, Christy; Philidelphia, MS 

Toland, Laura; Gulfport, MS 

Tonkel, Tracy; Clinton, MS 

Trang, Le; Starkville, MS 

Trimble, James; Hamilton, MS 



Triplett, Jonathon; West Point, 

MS 

Trotter, Jennifer; Lyon, MS 

Trotter, Lisa; Greenwood, MS 

Tullis, Stuart; Ashland, KY 

Turner, Kimberly; Gulfport, 

MS 





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Kirt Smith, a freshman from Tupelo, says he 
came to MSU because the people were so 
friendly. "I had a couple of friends who were 
Roadrunners and helped convince me to 
come here. I enjoyed visiting the campus." 








Turner, Robert; Madison, MS 
Vance, Mary; Batesville, MS 
Vann, Robert; Gautier, MS 
Waldrip, Martha; Tupelo, MS 
Walker, John; Long Beach, MS 



Walls, Kimberly; Greenwood, 

MS 

Walls, Sala; Greensbor, NC 

Wallace, Allison; Tupelo, MS 

Wallace, Shannon; Yazoo City, 

MS 

Walton, Chaquitta; Jackson, MS 



Wannemuehler, Brian; 

Evansville, IN 

Wansley, Willie; Rolling Fork, 

MS 

Ward, Kellee; Clinton, MS 

Wargo, Marl; Watson, MS 

Watson, Lou; Aberdeen, MS 



Weaver, Daphne; Ackermen, 

MS 

Weaver, Shanna; Starkville, MS 

Webb, Stacy; Southaven, MS 

Webster, Leigh; Vicksburg, MS 

Webster, Lisa; Houston, MS 



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Weddig, David; Brandon, MS 
Welch, Jon; Jackson, MS 



West, Gregory; Edwardsville, IL 

Westberry, Deneshia; Morton, 

MS 

Westmoreland, Jill; 

Plantersville, MS 

Westmoreland, William; 

Sherman, MS 

Weston, Coburn; Jackson, MS 



Whatley, Angel; Vicksburg, MS 

Whatley, Kameron; Starkville, 

MS 

Winchester, Rod; Jacksonville, 

FL 

White, Heather; Collierville, 

TN 

White, John; Decatur, AL 



White, Timothy; Louisville, MS 

Whitehead, Brian; Corinth, MS 

Whitehead, Karin; Aurora, CO 

Wilkinson, Gregory; Byhalia, 

MS 

Willcutt, Jennifer; Columbus, 

MS 



Williams, Charlotte; Detroit, 

MI 

Williams, Damon; McComb, 

MS 

Williams, Henry; Sandy Hook, 

MS 

Williams, Jason; Brandon, MS 

Williams, Juandalyn; 

Cleveland, MS 

Williams, Melinda; West Point, 

MS 

Williams, Robert; Batesville, 

MS 

Williams, Scotty; Magnolia, MS 

Williams, Tekita; Jackson, MS 

Williams, Tonya; Starkville, MS 





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Willis, Timothy; Pensacola, FL 
Wills, Jennifer; Jackson, MS 
Wilson, Carlos; Charleson, MS 
Wilson, Earl; Helena, AR 
Wilson, Sarah; Starkville, MS 



Winders, Christopher; 

Aberdeen, MS 
Wingo, Brad; Memphis, TN 
Wink, James; Southaven, MS 
Winters, Patricia; Sallis, MS 
Wise, Scott; Pontotoc, MS 



Wolfe, Mary Beth; Canton, MS 
Woo, Stephen; Lexington, MS 
Woodruff, Latresha; Pace, MS 
Woods, Regina; Hollandale, MS 
Woods, Tracie; Miss. State, MS 



Worton, Robert; Pine Bluff, AR 
Woullard, Lori; Lucedal, MS 
Wright, Kimberly; Fayette, AL 
Wright, Scott; Southaven, MS 
Wroghtm Stephen; Cullman, 
AL 



Young, Brian; Jonesboro, AR 

Young, Brian; Crystal Springs, 

MS 

Young, Kelly; Natchez, MS 

Young, Pamela; Noxapater, MS 



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Adebiyi, Adenike; Starkville, 

MS 

Ahrens, Jennifer; Long Beach, 

MS 



Akers, Elaine; Ashland, K.Y 

Alderman, Angela; Carthage, 

MS 




Aldy, Vycky; Sallis, MS 

Alexander, Shelley; Gulfport, 

MS 

Allen, Elizabeth; Richton, MS 

Allen, Jay; Jackson, MS 

Allen, Kellie; Waynesboro, MS 



Allen, Kara; Nesbit, MS 

Allen, Tracy; New Albany, MS 

Allsup, Haze; Macon, MS 

Altman, Rochelle; Quitman, 

MS 

Anderson, Herman; Gulfport, 

MS 



Anderson, Tangie; Lucedale, 

MS 

Anding, Richard; Jackson, MS 

Andrews, Amy; Starkville, MS 

Anthony, James; Tupelo, MS 
Anthony, Lea; Sebastopol, MS 



Anthony, Robyn; El Dorado, 

AR 

Ard, Steven; Pascagoula, MS 

Ashley, Dawn; Brandon, MS 

Atkins, Jennifer; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Aultman, Lisa; Hattiesburg, MS 



Azam, Mohammod; Miss. State, 

MS 

Bagwell, Corey; Louisville, MS 

Baird, Bryan; Clinton, MS 

Baird, Geogre; Invernes, MS 

Baker, Tina; Pittsboro, MS 








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Balgord, Anna; Hernando, MS 
Ball, Stacy; Jackson, MS 
Ballard, Rhonda; Eupora, MS 
Banes, Sandra; Raymond, MS 
Barker, Granville; Marks, MS 



Barlow, Michelle; Brandon, MS 
Barnes, Apryl; Jackson, MS 
Barnes, Scott; Westmount, IL 
Barnett, Leigh; Jackson, MS 
Barr, Tara; Phenix City, AL 



Bassett, Tonya; Mandeville, LA 

Batson, Elizabeth; Marietta, GA 

Batson, Laurie; Poplarville, MS 

Baugher, Jennifer; Oxon Hill, 

MD 

Beavers, Charles; Forkville, MS 



Beaver, Kerry; Memphis, TN 

Beasley, Charles; Columbus, 

MS 

Beckham, Kerie; McCool, MS 

Bekurs, Charles; Bowling 

Green, KY 

Bell, Kathryn; West Point, MS 



Bell, Rhonda; Carthage, MS 

Beneke, Victoria; Columbus, 

MS 

Benton, RachelN; Enterprise, 

AL 

Berch, Cassondra; Wesson, MS 

Bergiel, Bridget; Thibodaux, 

LA 



Bernhart, Laura; Clinton, MS 
Beyer, Derek; Baytown, TX 
Bigham, Joseph; Okolona, MS 
Bishop, David; Gulfport, MS 
Black, Stephanie; Starkville, MS 



Blackwell, Stephanie; Brandon, 

MS 

Blake, Melanie; Nettleton, MS 

Blankenship, Monica; Baton 

Rouge, LA 

Boehme, Terrence; Belden, MS 

Boga, Tonya; Holly Springs, MS 



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Boldin, Rhonda; Meridian, MS 
Boles, Russell; Starkville, MS 



Bouis, Stephen; Miss. State, MS 

Boutwell, Tony; Starkville, MS 

Boyd, David; Bay Springs, MS 

Boyd, Michael; Starkville, MS 

Boyd, Valerie; Pine Hill, AL 



Boykin, Diane; Mathison, MS 

Brabham, Kim; McComb, MS 

Braddock, Danny; Starkville, 

MS 

Braddock, Melinda; Starkville, 

MS 

Bradford, Camille; Greenville, 

MS 



Brandon, Jerri; Belden, MS 

Brantley, Bethany; Carthage, 

MS 

Brasfield, Rebecca; 

Stevensville, MS 

Breedlove, Wanda; 

Philidelphia, MS 

Brown, Donna; Vicksburg, MS 



Brown, Jena;Meridian, MS 

Brown, Jim; Jackson, MS 

Brown, Kimberly; Starkville, 

MS 

Brown, Sterling; Okolona, MS 

Brown, Tina; Advance, MO 



Brown, Tonya; Booneville, MS 

Brumfield, Christy; Madison, 

MS 

Bryant, Algie; Vicksburg, MS 

Bryant, Andrew; Columbus, MS 

Bullard, Darrell; Iuka, MS 





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Bolian, Carl; Bay St. Louis, MS 

Boudreaux, Edmond; Biloxi, 

MS 





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Audra Moore is a junior from Slidell, LA who is majoring 
in foreign languages. Her best memory from freshman 
year: "After finals, a bunch of us went and hit golfballs by 
the Vet. Med. building at 2:00 in the morning. Imagine the 
golf balls being all the classes you took that semester and 
then see them knocked into Never-Never Land." 



Bullock, Anthony; Booneville, 

MS 

Burch field, Robin; French 

Camp, MS 

Burger, Andrea; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Burger, Rebecca; Gulfport, MS 

Burns, Melissa; Denham 

Springs, LA 

Burrus, Christopher; St. Louis, 

MO 

Burse, Ulyna; Joliet, IL 

Buskirk, Kimberly; Okolona, 

MS 

Burt, Lori Ann; Louisville, MS 

Burwell, Heather; Jackson, MS 



Bush, Margaret; Jackson, MS 

Butler, Lori; Starkville, MS 

Butler, Yancey; Holly Springs, 

MS 

Calais, Aimee; Vicksburg, MS 

Calhoun, James; Orlando, FL 



Calton, Michelle; Brandon, MS 
Campbell, Carol; Decatur, MS 
Cantrell, Stephen; Amory, MS 
Carr, Timothy; Columbus, MS 
Carruth, Christopher; 
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Carruth, Tammy; Coldwater, 

MS 

Carson, Dorsey; Jackson, MS 



Castelli, Staephanie; Phoenix, 
AZ 
Castle, Timothy; Canton, MS 
Cater, Christy; Starkville, MS 
Catlett, Jeffery; Lucedale, MS 
Chai, Yoon; Miss. State, MS 



Chamberlin, Melissa; Amory, 

MS 

Chambers, Letitia; Chicago, IL 

Champion, Shane; Grand Bay, 

AL 

Chapman, Mershon; 

Germantown, TN 

Chapman, Tamantha; Jackson, 

MS 



Childers, Lanna; Tupelo, MS 

Childers, Shane; Hernando, MS 

Childs, Bennie; Ripley, MS 

Childs, Torsha; West Point, MS 

Chittom, Gelena; Brandon, MS 



Chong, Yew-Keong; Miss. State, 

MS 

Chow, Lily; Miss. State, MS 

Chrisco, Cindy; Winchester, 

TN 

Church, David; Bonneville, MS 

Church, Scott; Miss. State, MS 



Clark, Angela; Gulfport, MS 

Clark, Justin; Olive Branch, MS 

Clark, Mechell; McAdams, MS 

Clark, Toni; Hattiesburg, MS 

Clayton, Melanie; New 

Alabany, MS 





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Cobb, Randall; Escatawpa, MS 
Cochran, Virginia; Sallis, MS 
Coggin, Kris; Fulton, MS 
Cole, Dana; Natchez, MS 
Cole, Mark; San Antonio, TX 



Coleman, Ashley; Greenville, 

MS 

Colemen, Jenifer; Corinth, MS 

Coleman, Susna; New Albany, 

MS 

Coleman, Tabitha; Crawford, 

MS 

Collier, Kimberly; Memphis, 

TN 



Collins, Wendy; Miss. State, MS 

Combs, Eric; McCordsville, IN 

Connelly, John; Mobile, AL 

Conway, Martin; Greenville, 

MS 

Cook, Jeffrey; Madison, MS 



Cooper, Marianne; Tupelo, MS 
Cooper, Patricia; Madison, MS 
Corbin, John; Lambert, MS 
Corley, Camala; Raleigh, MS 
Conwill, Melissa; Tupelo, MS 



Couch, Terry; Plantersville, MS 
Coward, Debbie; Columbus, MS 
Cox, Jennifer; Florence, MS 
Cox, Meredith; Starkville, MS 
Crane, Dixie; Fulton, MS 



Crane, Michel; Pontotoc, MS 

Cranston, Christian; Greenville, 

MS 

Crecink, Marcia; Roxie, MS 

Criddle, Julie; Houston, MS 

Crocker, William; Starkville, 

MS 



Cronier, Jennifer; Escatawpa, 

MS 

Cross, Claudia; Starkville, MS 

Crotwell, Dana; Vicksburg, MS 

Crum, Kristi; Brookhaven, MS 



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Curtis, Kimberl;y; Calhoun 

City, MS 

Cwiklik, Gwendolyn; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Daly, Antonoius; Meridian, MS 

Davis, Anne; Brandon, MS 

Davis, Brian; Benton, MS 



Davis, Chris; Leland, MS 

Davis, Jennifer; Smithville, MS 

Davis, Louis; Clinton, MS 

Day, Tonya; Somerville, TN 

Dearhs, Claude; Saucier, MS 



Deaton, Johnna; Ponotoc, MS 

Dewolf, Wendy; Highlands, NC 

Dill, William; Columbus, MS 

Dispascal, Dominick; Gretna, 

LA 

Dobson, Duane; Ocean Springs, 

MS 



Donaghe, Kelly; Vicksburg, MS 
Donahoo, Paul; Winona, MS 
Dolley, Stephanie; Utica, MS 

Dorroh, Stephanie; Eupora, MS 
Dotson, Dana; Franklin, TN 



Doughty, William; West Point, 

MS 

Dove, Glenn; Columbus, MS 

Dowling, Paula; Bay Springs, 

MS 

Drummond, Melissa; Dekalb, 

MS 

Dumas, Kathy; Starkville, MS 



Cuccaro, Kimberly; Long 

Beach, MS 

Cummings, Marsha; Mantachie, 

MS 




Cummins, Robert; Macon, MS 
Curlin, Thomas; Germantown, 

TN 









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who is majoring in electrical engineering. "At 
the football game this year, an LSU student 
stole my cowbell. I chased him halfway around 
(Tiger) stadium but he got away." 




Duncan, Laura; Leland, MS 

Dunning, Catherine; Jackson, 

MS 

Durham, Kimberly; Carriere, 

MS 

Duvall, Anne; Humbolt, TN 

Dye, Bradley; Blue Springs, MS 



Dykes, Robert; Raymond, MS 
Ealy-Bolton, Tarshi; Lena, MS 
Eck, Kathryn; Florence, AL 
Edmond, Tasha; Lena, MS 
Edmonson, Owen; Madison, MS 



Edwards, April; Poplarville, MS 

Edwards, Staephanie; Jackson, 

MS 

Eiland, Steve; Louisville, MS 

El-Amin, Drako; Starkville, MS 

Elledge, Mike; Booneville, MS 



Emery, Adele; Caledonia, MS 
England, Leslie; Kosciusko, MS 
Erwin, Scott; Adamsville, TN 
Estes, Sabrina; Houston, MS 
Eubanks, Thomas; Lamont, MS 




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Eubanks, Trent; Shreveport, 

LA 

Eubanks, Nancy; Manteca, CA 



Everett, Nancie; Amory, MS 

Evetts, Shelly; Corinth, MS 

Felder, Jennifer; Long Beach, 

MS 

Felks, Laura; Michie, TN 

Fetner, Deric; Ashland, AL 



Fisher, Katherine; Clinton, MS 

Flamenco, Sandra; Miss. Stae, 

MS 

Flanagan, Burin; Ruleville, MS 

Flowers, Chad; Jackson, MS 

Floyd, Dana; West Point, MS 



Fogle, Lasca; Miss. State, MS 

Foote, Angela; Florissant, MO 

Ford, Yolanda; Clarksdale, MS 

Fortenberry, William; Canton, 

MS 

Foster, Robert; Franklinville, 

NJ 



Foxx, Stacey; Starkville, MS 

Franklin, Eclecius; Natchez, 

MS 

Freeman, Jody; Swanville, MN 

Freeman, Zandra; Amory, MS 

Freeze, Terry; Germantown, 

TN 



Freibert, Anna; Jackson, MS 

Frost, Angela; Kosciusko, MS 

Fryar, Rebecca; New Albany 

MS 

Fuller, Marian; Meridian, MS 

Fuller, Mary; Meridian, MS 





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gineering from Ridgeland, MS. "After class, 
I like to play basketball or baseball when I am 
not studying." 




Fuhrmann, Scott; Miller Place, 

NY 

Gaines, Thomas; Bonneville, 

MS 

Gaither, Julia; Macon, MS 

Galle, Melissa; Biloxi, MS 

Gandy, Jennifer; Huntsville, 

AL 



Garner, Eric; Jackson, MS 

Garrett, Barbara; Aberdeen, 

MS 

Garrison, Sonya; Myrtle, MS 

Gathings, Gayle; Jackson, MS 

Gauntt, George; Macon, MS 



Gee, James; Biloxi, MS 

Gely, Geza; Miss. State, MS 

Gerrish, James; Vaiden, MS 

Gibson, Jennifer; West Point, 

MS 

Gilley, Jennifer Jackson, MS 



Given, Steven; Clinton, MS 
Goff, Ida; Port Gibson, MS 
Goforth, Cahterine; Derma, MS 
Goldman, Christi; Marietta, GA 
Gomez, Sylvia; Tupelo, MS 



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Goodman, James; Gautier, MS 

Goralcyzyk, Aimee; Calhoun 

City, MS 



Graham, Charles; Biloxi, MS 

Graham, Jeffery; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Grant, John; Pascagoula, MS 

Graves, Karen; West Point, MS 

Graves, Katherine; Clinton, MS 



Graves, Theon; Leland, MS 

Gray, Brian; Jackson, MS 

Gray, Jim; Tupelo, MS 

Green, Mechelle; Jackson, MS 

Greenwood, Brian; Slidell, LA 



Greenwood, Jeffery; Carthage, 

MS 

Greenwood, Pamela; Sallis, MS 

Griffin, Donna; Eupora, MS 

Griffith, Mark; Amory, MS 

Groner, Michelle; Pearl, MS 



Grubbs, Heather; Amory, MS 

Guest, Gina; Brandon, MS 

Gunter, Juli; Newton, MS 

Hairston, Amgie; Artesia, MS 

Hairston, Tanya; Brandon, MS 



Hall, Andrea; Canton, MS 

Hall, John; Starkville, MS 

Hall, Karen; New Albany, MS 

Hall, Martha; Shannon, MS 

Hall, Michelle; Starkville, MS 





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Hamby, Roscann; Stewart, MS 

Hamilton, Michael; 

Greenwood, MS 

Hamilton, Sheldon; N. 

Yarmouth, ME 

Hampton, Cynthia; Louisville, 

MS 

Hampton, Lawanda; Starkville, 

MS 



Hamrick, James; Starkville, MS 

Hankins, Hollie; Hernando, 

MS 

Harbin, Sharon; Russcllvillc, 

AL 

Hardin, Jana; Greenwood, MS 

Hargrove, Margaret; Starkville, 

MS 



Harkley, Tracelia; Moss Point, 

MS 

Harper, Charles; Jackson, MS 

Harrick, Kristen; Melbourne, 

FL 

Harris, Amy; Vicksburg, MS 

Harris, Angela; Clarksdale, MS 



Harris, Angela; Columbus, MS 

Harris, Robert; Selmer, TN 

Harris, Suzanne; Miss. State, 

MS 

Harris, Tangela; Greenville, 

MS 

Harris, Vanessa; Grenada, MS 



Harrison, Angelia; Carrollton, 

MS 

Harrison, Jeffrey; Mize, MS 

Harrison, Kendall; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Hart, David; Jackson, MS 

Hartfield, Terry; Gulfport, MS 



Harrwig, Melanie; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Hathcock, Lauren; Clinton, MS 

Hawkins, Kristy; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Haynes, Kira; Louisville, MS 

Hays, Ashley; Jackson, MS 



Hearron, Sherri; Memphis, TN 

Helton, Melanie; Tampa, FL 

Hensley, Ann; Miss. State, MS 

Herbert, David; Tishomingo, 

MS 

Herrin, Emily; Decatur, AL 



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Hess, Jennifer; Meridian, MS 
Hewitt, Anderson; Tupelo, MS 




Hicks, James; Durant, MS 
Hicks, Keith; Southaven, MS 




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Hightower, Dwayne; Aberdeen 

, MS 

Hill, Jennifer; Honolulu, HI 

Hill, Suzanne; Tiplerville, MS 

Hilton, Charles; Jackson, MS 

Hinman, Todd; Madison, MS 



Hodges, Shelli; Biloxi, MS 

Hogan, Ettaronda; Starkville, 

MS 

Hogan, Eutrophia; Starkville, 

MS 

Holbrooks, Michael; Jackson, 

MS 

Holland, Daniel; Grenada, MS 



Holland, Joseph; Lucedale, MS 

Holland, Kevin; Pascagoula, 

MS 

Holt, Randy; Corinth, MS 

Hood, Roger; Grenada, MS 

Hoover, Jonnie; Pickens, MS 



Horton, Cheryl; Houlka, MS 

Horton, Saundra; Grenada, MS 

Horton, Stephen; Jonesboro, 

AR 

Hotard, Alan; Baton Rouge, 

LA 

Houston, Tina; Meridian, MS 



Howell, Charles; Lucedale, MS 

Howes, Jason; Gulfport, MS 

Howze, Kevin; Meridian, MS 

Huam, Evelyn; Natchez, MS 

Hudson, Cynthia; Clinton, MS 





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Demmie Blanco is a senior from Brandon who is 
majoring in interior design. Advice to freshmen: 
"Don't limit yourself to any certain area. If some- 
thing interests you, pursue it. You don't know where 
it will take you. Test the waters." 



Hudson, Janell; Marion, MS 

Hudspeth, Quentin; Gonzales, 

LA 

Hulett, Robert; Milton, FL 

Hunt, Sarah; Clarksdale, MS 

Hurd, Janice; Grenada, MS 





Ingram, Erin; Jackson, MS 
Irfan, Syed; Starkville, MS 
Istre, Eric; Biloxi, MS 
Jacobs, Leslie; Jackson, MS 
Jackson, Harold; Louisville, MS 




Jackson, Jimmy; Louisville, MS 
Jackson, Michael; Clinton, MS 
Jackson, Victor; Carthage, MS 
Jackson, Willie; Sardis, MS 
Jakway, Mary; Long Beach, MS 




Jameson, Thomas; Houston, 

TX 

Jeff, Galagher; Clinton, MS 

Jeffres, Paul; Florence, AL 

Jefferson, Eric; Vicksburg, MS 

Jenkins, Rachel; Oakland, MS 



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Jennings, Susan; Sewickley, PA 
Jernigan, Typhannie; 

Louisville, MS 



Johnson, Christopher; 

Hohenwald, TN 

Johnson, Jennifer; Batesville, 

MS 

Johnson, Jennifer; Fulton, MS 

Johnson, Kimberly; Ripley, MS 

Jolley, Selena; Starkville, MS 



Jollif, Roland; Woodville, MS 

Jones, Charles; McAdams, MS 

Jones, Derlyn; Benton, MS 

Jones, Fred; Invernes, MS 

Jones, James; Biloxi, MS 



Jones, Kimberly; Greenville, 

MS / 

Jones, Kristina; Louisville, MS 

Jones, Neil; Corinth, MS 

Jones, Regina; Forest, MS 

Jones, William; Starkville, MS 



Jordan, Jennifer; Jackson, MS 

Justice, Angela; Clarksdale, MS 

Keller, Allison; Clinton, MS 

Kelley, Melissa; Walls, MS 

Kelley, Susan; Lesterville, MO 



Kendall, Ellisa; Ocean Springs, 

MS 

Kennedy, Alicia; Booneville, 

MS 

Keyes, Judy; Philidelphia, MS 

Kiker, Memrie; Cleveland, MS 

Kilgore, Camille; West Point, 

MS 





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Kimbrell, Thomas; Natchez, 

MS 

Kincaid, Justine; Holcomb, MS 

King, Ashli; Clinton, MS 

Kirby, William; Jackson, MS 

Kirksey, Chandra; Saltillo, MS 



Kitchens, Tonya; Meridian, MS 

Knight, Donna; Starkville, MS 

Knight, Melissa; Meridian, MS 

Knipper, Jennifer; Carriere, 

MS 

Koehn, Michael; Gulfport, MS 



Ladner, Renee; Bay St. Louis, 

MS 

LAmb, Julia; Jackson, MS 

Lambert, Susan; Brookhaven, 

MS 

Lancaster, Jay; Starkville, MS 

Lancaster, Joshua; Starkville, 

MS 



Lane, Andrea; Vicksburg, MS 

Lange, Christopher; Clarksdale, 

MS 

Lasker, Brian; Haleyville, AL 

Latimer, Stephanie; Coldwater, 

MS 

Latham, Terry; Reform, AL 



Laws, Jan; Jackson, MS 
Lee, Susan; Starkville, MS 
Lee, Tammie; Jackson, MS 
Leflore, Mitch; Tchula.MS 
Lehnerer, Stephan; Vicksburg, 
MS 



Leist, Charles; Brandon, MS 
Leist, Kevin; Brandon, MS 
Leonard, Vicki; Slidell, LA 
Leopard, Bryan; Gulfport, MS 
Lesage, Christie; Island 
Heights, NJ 



Letchworth, Trudi; Jackson, 

MS 

Lipscomb, Kathryn; McComb, 

MS 

Lister, Tricia; Gautier, MS 

Livingston, Lesley; Derwood, 

MD 

Livingston, Nicole; Miss. State, 

MS 



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Lockett, Mary; Jackson, MS 
Lofton, Tracy; Vicksburg, MS 



Lopez, Richie; Baldwyn, MS 

Louque, Dustan; Paulina, LA 

Lovelace, Paul; Syacauga, AL 

Low, Yee; Miss. State, MS 

Lowe, Glyn; Lake, MS 



Loyd, Jamie; Starkville, MS 

Lyons, Gary; Berthoud, CO 

Mabry, Tonya; Florence, MS 

Madden, Tara; Ocean Springs, 

MS 

Maddux, Regina; Hernando, 

MS 



Magee, Beverly; Bogalusa, LA 

Mann, Tara; Madison, MS 

Manuel, Theresa; Coldwater, 

MS 

Marlow, Penny; Ruleville, MS 

Martello, Melinda; Natchez, 

MS 



Martin, Ambro; Ruleville, MS 
Martin, Lisa; Mendenhall, MS 
Martin, Michael; Jackson, MS 
Martin, Patricia; Morton, MS 
Martin, Paul; Jackson, MS 



Martin, Tamara; Jackson, MS 

Martindale, Donna; Ripley, MS 

Martinez, Amy; Brownsville, 

TN 

Marquez, Amy; Clinton, MS 

Mask, Andrea; Shannon, MS 





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Robin Cooley is a junior majoring in ac- 
counting from Waynesboro, MS. What she 
would change about MSU: "I would make a 
new parking system!" 







Massey, Robert; Jacskon, MS 

Masson, Lisa; Mandeville, LA 

Matthews, Eric; Aberdeen, MS 

Mattox, Jonathan; Carrollton, 

MS 

Mauldin, Jody; Gulfport, MS 



Maxwell, Margaret; Shuqualak, 

MS 

Mayo, Raymond; Batesville, MS 

Mays, Lana; Greenwood 

Springs, MS 

McCabe, Thomas; Vicksburg, 

MS 

McCary, Amy; Starkville, MS 



McCarra, Connie; Quitman, MS 

McCarty, William; Miss. State, 

MS 

McClendon, Angelique; 

Newton, MS 

McCommon, Steven; Memphis, 

TN 

McCorvey, Bridgette; Moss 

Point, MS 

McCoy, John; Eaker AFB, AR 

McCubbins, Wendy; Jackson, 

MS 

McCullough, Wendy; Miss. 

State, MS 

McDonald, Denise; Vicksburg, 

MS 

McDonough, Teresa; Nesbit, 

MS 



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McGee, Melissa; Laurel, MS 
McGill, Janna; Miss. State, MS 



Mcintosh, Anna; Madison, MS 

McKinney, Wanda; Sardis, MS 

McClain, Scott; Philidelphia, 

MS 

McLeroy, Margaret; Byhalia, 

MS 

McNair, Scott; union, MS 



McNair, Stacy; Jackson, MS 

McNally, Heather; Starkville, 

MS 

McNeal, Kenneth; New Albany, 

MS 

McPherson, Melissa; Gulfport, 

MS 

Melvin, James; Tishomingo, 

MS 



Mercer, Robert; Miami, FL 

Merritt, Deborah; Noxapater, 

MS 

Miles, Bryan; Amory, MS 

Miles, Christie; Columbus, MS 

Miller, Alison; Waveland, MS 



Miller, James; Brandon, MS 

Miller, Melinda; Waveland, MS 

Miller, Michael; New Albany, 

MS 

Miller, Shawn; Lucedale, MS 

Milner, Darren; Kosciusko, MS 




Miller, Stephanie; Bayonet 

Point, FL 

Mitchell, Deborah; Clinton, MS 

Mitchell, Chad; Brandon, MS 

Mohammed, Saleem; Gadsden, 

AL 

Moncrief, Paula; Morton, MS 






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Raymond Brooks is a senior majoring in phys- 
ics and chemistry, and he is from Raleigh, MS. 
The most stupid thing he did as a freshman: 
". . . when I acted like I jumped off the 3rd 
floor of Suttle for a home video ..." 



Montogomery, Leslie; Decator, 

AL 

Mooney, Sarah; Petal, MS 

Moore, Audra; Wiggins, MS 

Moore, Bradley; Jackson, MS 

Moore, Carol; Hixson, TN 



Moore, Susan; Counce, TN 

Mooring, Pamela; Ellicott City, 

MD 

Moree, Shay; Gulfport, MS 

Morgan, Jennifer; Booneville, 

MS 

Morgan, Paul; Biloxi, MS 



Morgan, Blar; Calhoun City, 

MS 

Mosley, Candice; Starkville, MS 

Mullins, Micki; Natchez, MS 

Murrah, Jeffert; Starkville, MS 

Myrick, Lisa; Bay Springs, MS 



Nabors, Julie; Calhoun City, 

MS 

Nail, Judith; Marks, MS 

Nelson, Keith; Starkville, MS 

Nesbit, David; Amory, MS 

Nester, Mitchell; Louin, MS 





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Newman, Leigh; Cordova, TN 

Newson, Angela; Glen Allan, 

MS 



Nichols, Benjamin; Canton, MS 

Nichols, John; Vicksburg, MS 

Nichols, Todd; Florence, MS 

Nix, Timothy; Amory, MS 

Noble, Julie; Ocean Springs, 

MS 



Norris, Stephanie; Corinth, MS 

O'Connell, Janey; Corinth, MS 

O'Flairity, Christie; Starkville, 

MS 

Olive, Matthew; Carriere, MS 

Oliver, Karen; Mathis, MS 



Oliver, Shawn; Weir, MS 

Olson, Clifford; Courtland, MS 

O'Neal, Mark; Wiggins, MS 

Ong, Soo; Miss. State, MS 

Orr, Dushon; Austin, TX 



Osteen, Karen; Picayune, MS 

Oswalt, Lauren; Jackson, MS 

Owens, Anita; Weir, MS 

Pace, William; Canton, MS 

Padilla, Carlos; Starkville, MS 



Palmer, Judy; Louisville, MS 

Palmer, Kim; Menasha, WI 

Pandolfi, Gene; Clinton, MS 

Parent, Kere; Vero Beach, FL 

Parks, Wilson; Ellisville, MS 




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Parhm, Franes; Walnut Grove, 

MS 

Parish, Hubert; Weir, MS 

Parris, Holly; Hernando, MS 

Parrish, David; Starkville, MS 

Passons, Peyton; Starkville, MS 



Patel, Mita; Durant, MS 
Patrick, Jason; Russellville, AL 
Patton, Jan; Vicksburg, MS 
Payton, Marcia; Miss. State, MS 
Peace, Oscar; Hollandale, MS 



Peay, Charles; Starkville, MS 
Pennington, Barbara; 
Columbus, MS 

Pepper, John; Rolling Fork, MS 
Penrose, Amy; Arlinton, TX 
Pepper, Michael; Magee, MS 



Pepperman, Troy; Starkville, 

MS 

Perry, Christopher; Tunica, MS 

Perry, John; San Antonio, TX 

Perry, Phillip; Miami, FL 

Persons, Elizabeth; CLinton, 

MS 



Perteet, Lydia; Sallis, MS 
Pertuit, Patricia; Starkville, MS 
Peterson, Pamela; Canton, MS 
Petti, Paula; Kosciusko, MS 
Phillips, Robert; Morton, MS 



Pickett, Cynthia; Louisville, MS 
Pigg, Glen; Lena, MS 
Pigott, Steve; Jackson, MS 
Pilgrim, Casey; Kosciusko, MS 
Pitcher, Elizabeth; Pascagoula, 
MS 



Plair, Urissa; Kalamazoo, MI 
Plaxico, Sallie; Corinth, MS 
Poe, Kathryn; Inverness, MS 
Pohlman, Amy; Jackson, MS 
Pokrefke, Rebecca; Vicksburg, 
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Polk, Amy; Brandon, MS 
Polk, Theresa; Columbia, MS 



Porter, Jeff; Walls, MS 

Potter, Deborah; Jackson, MS 

Powell, Brenda; Plantersville, 

MS 

Powell, Lisa; Flora, MS 

Powell, Michelle; Ridgeland, 

MS 



Powers, Stacey; Carthage, MS 

Prater, Angela; Ponotoc, MS 

Prestwood, Mary; Ellisville, MS 

Prestwood, Allison; Dermott, 

AR 

Price, Vickie; Kosciusko, MS 



Pridmore, John; Columbus, MS 

Priest, Jenifer; Blue Springs, 

MS 

Pritchard, David; Becker, MS 

Pucheu, Sherry; Gulfport, MS 

Raffo, Madelaine; Orange 

Park, FL 



Rambin, Graham; Natchez, MS 

Ramsey, Robin; Ocean Springs, 

MS 

Randall, Charlie; Miss. State, 

MS 

Randall, Mary; Vicksburg, MS 

Rasco, Davie; Southavem, MS 



Ratcliff, Bryan; Many, LA 

Read, Trey; Clinton, MS 

Redden, Stephen; Canton, MS 

Reddick, Erica; Vicksburg, MS 

Reed, James; Brandon, MS 




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Xavier Thomas is a junior from Jackson who is 
majoring in industrial technology. The best thing 
about his job: "As a deliverer (for Mazzio's), I get a 
chance to meet a lot of people and make new 
friends. I'm on my own mostly." 



Reeder, Glenda; Ponotoc, MS 
Reeves, Buffy; Decatur, MS 
Reeves, Blair; Monroe, LA 
Reeves, Cynthia; Denison, TX 
Remeow, Elizabeth; Clewiston, 
FL 



Rendfrey, Leslie; Long Beach, 
MS 

Rhodes, Heath; Horn Lake, MS 
Rice, Amelia; Tupelo, MS 
Richardson, Chritsti; 
Carrollton, AL 
Richardson, Harold; Bay 
Springs, MS 



Richey, Lacretia; Blue Springs, 

MS 

Ridge, Angela; Ripley, MS 

Riemann, Robert; Gulfport, MS 

Rieves, Angeal; Starkville, MS 

Rivera, Robert; Pascagoula, MS 



Rivers, Starella; Jackson, MS 

Roberson, Mary; Pope, MS 

Roberts, Amy; Baldwyn, MS 

Roberts, Betty; Mount Olive, 

MS 

Robertson, Floyd; Southaven, 

MS 



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Robinette, Jennifer; Starkville, 

MS 

Robison, , David; Iuka, MS 



Robinson, Tammy; Louisville, 

MS 

Roby, Jana; Forest, MS 

Rogers, Lafiesta; Starkville, MS 

Root, Michael; Brandon, MS 

Rosamond, David; Kosciusko, 

MS 



Ross, Michelle; Grenada, MS 

Rotenberry, Teresa; Memphis, 

TN 

Rowell, Stacie; Southaven, MS 

Rowland, Lorie; Yazoo City, 

MS 

Rush, Joseph; Philidelphia, MS 



Rushing, Evelyn; Piano, TX 

Rushing, Ira; Meadville, MS 

Rutland, Jim; Hueytown, AL 

Ryals, Jeffrey; Caledonia, MS 

Sagraves, Anthony; Bartlett, 

TN 




Samayoa, Rodrigo; El Salvador 

Sanders, Charles; New Albany, 

MS 

Sanders, James; Macon, MS 

Schertzer, Grant; Vancleave, 

MS 

Schoenrock, Jarrad; York, AL 



Scruggs, Samuel; Meridian, MS 

Seals, Patrick; Ocean Springs, 

MS 

Segars, Sarah; Saltillo, MS 

Sellers, Karen; Brandon, MS 

Shannon, Connie; Starkville, 

MS 










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Shannon, Marti; Tunica, MS 

Shaver, Jason; Vero Beach, FL 

Sheffiled, Deborah; Tupelo, 

MS 

Shell, Tanja; Grenada, MS 

Shelton, Sydney; Leeds, AL 



Shettles, Kurt; Etta, MS 

Shields, Leslee; Mantachie, MS 

Shoemaker, Debra; Starkville, 

MS 

Shriner, Melanie; Starkville, 

MS 

Simmons, Karla; Shannon, Ms 



Simpson, Stephen; Canton, MS 
Sims, Carter; Bay Springs, MS 
Sims, David; Starkville, MS 
Sinclair, Sean; Ackerman, MS 
Singleton, Kimberly; Brandon, 
MS 



Sisk, William; Tupelo, MS 
Slaughter, Sherra; Madison, MS 
Sledge, Torria; Shaw, MS 
Smith, Alyson; Columbus, MS 
Smith, Billy; Decatur, MS 



Smith, Charles; Meridian, MS 
Smith, Dawn; Starkville, MS 
Smith, Dustin; Learned, MS 
Smith, Eric; Florence, MS 
Smith, Jeffert; Jacksonville, FL 



Smith, Kelly; Amory, MS 
Smith, Leesley; Jackson, MS 
Smith, Phillip; Richton, MS 
Smith, Shane; Brookhaven, MS 
Smith, Sheila; Decatur, AL 



Smith, Thomas; Miss. State, MS 
Smith, Vickie; Vicksburg, MS 
Snuggs, Jason; Jackson, MS 
Speaks, Krista; Ridgeland, MS 
Spencer, Holly; Scottsville, KY 



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Stafford, Jeffrey; Kilmichael, 

MS 

Starling, Yulanda; Clarksdale, 

MS 



Stegall, Amanda; Pontotoc, MS 

Steuer, Wendy; Corinth, MS 

Stewart, Michael; West Point, 

MS 

Stewart, Sandra; Bruce, MS 

Stone, Cami; Ridgeland, MS 



Stovall, Shaun; Leland, MS 

Strahan, Richard; Picayune, MS 

Strange, Tammy; Baldwyn, MS 

Stratton, John; Indianola, MS 

Streeter, Tina; Nesbit, MS 



Strickland, Katheryn; Corinth, 

MS 

Strope, Ashley; Tupelo, MS 

Sullivan, Mary; Louisville, MS 

Sullivan, Susan; Brookhaven, 

MS 

Surall, Tammy; Brandon, MS 



Sutton, Brain; Pontotoc, MS 

Swafford, Stephanie; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Swanigna, Loenard; Louisville, 

MS 

Taddy, Tirna; Two Rivers, WI 

Tan, Haw-Lin; Miss. State, MS 



Tan, Thuan; Miss. State, MS 

Taranto, Monica; Suacier, MS 

Taylor, Cindy; Mercer, TN 

Taylor, Gerald; Laurel, MS 

Taylor, Kevin; Sildell, LA 





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Taylor, Randall; Mantachie, 

MS 

Taylor, Tanya; Greenwood, MS 

Thaggard, Michael; Wayside, 

MS 

Tharp, Conya; Maben, MS 

Thompson, Mona; Columbia, 

MS 



Thompson, Tiffiney; Brandon, 

MS 

Thornton, Angela; Brandon, 

MS 

Thrasher, Sonia; Blue 

Mountain, MS 

Tobbler, Henry; Kenner, LA 

Tompkins, Laura; Winona, MS 



Torrey, Ramsay; Wayensboro, 

MS 

Towles, Byron; Vancleave, MS 

Towles, Phillip; Decatur, AL 

Trammell, Marilyn; Sardis, MS 

Tran, Micheal; Pass Christian, 

MS 



Treat, Kathi; Blue Springs, MS 

Trim, Angela; Corinth, MS 

Tubb, Angelia; Tupelo, MS 

Tuertini, Lainie; Greenville, 

MS 

Tucker, Colin; Vicksburg, MS 



Tucker, John; Fort Polk, LA 
Tudor, Kimberly,; Pearl, MS 
Turnage, Roxi; Brandon, MS 
Turner, Samantha; Fulton, MS 
Turner, Terri; Eupora, MS 



Van Roekel, Lee; Sioux Center, 

IA 

Varner, Madlyn; Louisville, MS 

Varner, Amrhta; Yazoo, MS 

Vassar, Sonya; Okolona, MS 

Wade, Melanie; Tupelo, MS 



Walden, Tiffany,; Aberdeen, 

MS 

Walker, Christy; Clinton, MS 

Walker, Robert; Somerville, 

TN 

Wallis, Bobby; Baldwyn, MS 

Walters, Scott; Laurel, MS 



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Wampler, Steven; Starkville, 

MS 

Ward, Wendy; Jackson, MS 



Watkins, Cary; Flora, MS 

Watkins, Paul; Laurel, MS 

Watson, Melanie; Durant, MS 

Watson, Robert; Jackson, MS 

Watson, Sandra; Raleigh, MS 



Weathersby, Kellie; 

Brookhaven, MS 

Weaver, Angela; Kosciusko, MS 

Weaver, William; Edmonson, 

AR 

Weems, Hope; Raymond, MS 

Welch, Diane; Olive Branch, 

MS 



Welch, ELizabeth; Orangeburg, 

SC 

Wenzel, Julie; Tunica, MS 

West, Amy; Tupelo, MS 

West, Lisa; Aberdeen, MS 

Wheat, Christopher; Starkville, 

MS 



White, James; Corinth, MS 

White, Michael; Clinton, MS 

Whitehead, Nanette; Corinth, 

MS 

Whitney, Heather; Brandon, 

MS 

Wiggington, Christie; Michie, 

TN 



Wiggs, Amanda; Vardaman, 

MS 

Wilkes, Jodie; Noxapater, MS 

Williams, Brenda; Durant, MS 

Williams, Carl; Drew, MS 

Williams, Clay; Leakesville, MS 





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Williams, Gregory; Randolph, 

MS 

Wiliimas, James; Moss Point, 

MS 

Williams, Sidney; Miss. State, 

MS 

Williams, Wade; Madison, WI 

Williamson, Nolan; Canton, 

MS 



Willis, John; Hollandale, MS 
Wills, Gina; Pontotoc, MS 
Wilson, Brian; Slidell, LA 
Wilson, Tressa; Vicksburg, MS 
Wilson, Wanda; Louisville, MS 



Wingo, Scotty; Iuka, MS 

Winstead, Christie; Carthage, 

MS 

Wood, Rebecca; Macon, MS 

Wood, Susan; Saltillo, MS 

Wood, Wnedy; Tupelo, MS 



Woodall, Leigh; Bailey, MS 

Woodruff, Laura; Booneville, 

MS 

Woods, Amy; Walls, MS 

Woods, Barry; Amory, MS 

Woods, Elizabeth; Columbus, 

MS 



Woodward, Jeffrey; Louisville, 

MS 

Wooldridge, James; Corinth, 

MS 

Wooten, Kevin; Starkville, MS 

Worley, Michael; Coldwater, 

MS 

Wray, Jennifer; Ocala, FL 



Wright, Brian; Southaven, MS 

Wright, Kim; Vicksburg, MS 

Wright, Michale; Corinth, MS 

Yarhrough, Dora; Louisville, 

MS 

Yarbrough, Erikea; Sturgis, MS 



Yelverton, Christine; Clinton, 

MS 

Young, Clinton; Wiggins, MS 

Young, Laurie; Ocean Springs, 

MS 

Zacharias, Leslie; Starkville, 

MS 

Zuber, Rozlyn; Starkville, MS 



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Abbey, Randall Morris; 

Tutwiler, MS 
Abd, Hamid Shaharuddin; 

MSU, MS 





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Abney, Melliss Lynn; MSU, MS 
Abusalih, Ali Abdelmhm; 

Starkville, MS 



Adair, Marty A.; New Albany, 

MS 

Adams, Billy Lee; Marietta, MS 

Adams, Joan Denise; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Adams, Penny; Ocean Springs, 

MS 

Adrian, Kathy Lynn; Starkville, 

MS 



Adcock, Steven Russell; Biloxi, 

MS 

Akin, Karen Michele; Tupelo, 

MS 

Alexander, Albert W.; Wiggins, 

MS 

Alexander, Lisa Dawn; 

Lexington, MS 

Allen, Anthony Troy; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Allen, Antonio U.; MSU, MS 

Allen, Jeffrey Lynn; Carson, 

MS 

Allen, Leslie Rachelle; New 

Albany, MS 

Allred, Cindy Michelle; Bruce, 

MS 

Allshouse, William E.; Jackson, 

MS 



Amis, James Mark; Decatur, 

MS 

Anderson, Stacie M.; Starkville, 

MS 

Arledge, Amy Ann-Marie; 

Gautier, MS 

Armstrong, Christopher; Long 

Beach, MS 

Armstrong, Kimberly G.; 

Burnsville, MS 

Armstrong, Michael D.; 

Jackson, MS 

Arnold, James Todd; Pearl, MS 

Ashford, Nikita Lunger; 

Starkville, MS 

Aultman, Anne Lanise; 

Sumrall, MS 

Ausborn, Amy Lynnette; 

Fulton, MS 





366 




Autry, Nancy Catherine; 

Louisville, MS 

Bachner, Frederick M.; 

Dryden, NY 

Bagwell, Nancy Ann; 

Louisville, MS 

Baham, Amanda Lynn; 

Brandon, MS 

Ball, Barbara Jean; Starkville, 

MS 

Ballard, Joe Barton; Starkville, 

MS 

Barbee, Craig Anthony; 

Memphis, TN 

Barger, Melissa Joy; Booneville, 

MS 

Barkley, Richard M.; New 

Albany, MS 

Barlow, Maria D.; Clinton, MS 



Barnes, Betsy Dawn; Burnsville, 

MS 

Barnes, Brian Daniel; 

Burnsville, MS 

Barnes, Jeanette M.; Jackson, 

MS 

Barnes, Scotty Wayne; Walnut, 

MS 

Barr, Tamela; West Point, MS 



Barret, William Heath; Belzoni, 

MS 

Baskin, Shelia Flemming; 

Kilmicheal, MS 

Bass, Cynthia Mary; Starkville, 

MS 

Beaird, Bart B.; Macon, MS 

Beam, Jeremy A.; Water Valley, 

MS 



Beasley, Kimberly Ann; 

Tupelo, MS 

Beck, Melissa Muriel; Duck 

Hill, MS 

Beckham, Melissa Keely; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Beckham, Wanda Michelle; 

McCool, MS 

Beech, Donna Lisa; Starkville, 

MS 

Bell, Bessie Marie; Starkville, 

MS 

Bennett, Anne R.; Madison, MS 

Bennett, John C; St. Albans, 

WV 

Benthall, Jessica Baker; 

Starkville, MS 

Bethea, Leslie Lee; Jackson, MS 



Berry, Elizabeth Thomas; 

Memphis, TN 

Betts, Waymon Stennis; 

Eupora, MS 

Bishop, Gina Weeks; 

Ackerman, MS 

Bishop, Tellie Ann; Conehatta, 

MS 

Bivins, Damon Ray; Clinton, 

MS 



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Black, Bailey Jean; Starkville, 

MS 

Blanco, Demmie Gail; 

Brandon, MS 



Blankenship, Melanie C; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Blankenship, Michele K.; 

Raymond, MS 

Blount, John Michael; Decatur, 

MS 

Bobo, Steven Lloyd; Burnsville, 

MS 

Bogan, Steven Lemond; MSU, 

MS 

Boggs, Ginger Gale; Fulton, MS 

Bogue, Richard Kevin; 

Memphis, TN 

Bolkcom, Richard; Meridian, 

MS 

Boiling, Rod Anthony; 

Gulfport, MS 

Bomar, Alicia Sue; Grenada, 

MS 



Booker, Kenneth Robert; 

Meridian, MS 

Booker, Kristie; Meridian, MS 

Boone, Stephanie Gary; 

Tillatoba, MS 

Booth, Beverly Ann; Maben, 

MS 

Booth, Brian Glenn; Tupelo, 

MS 



Borzik, Louis M.; Long Beach, 

MS 

Boutwell, Amy Davis; 

Starkville, MS 

Bowen, Russell Wayne; 

Tupelo, MS 

Bowman, Rae Lynette; Pearl, 

MS 

Bowling, Michael A.; 

Lumberton, MS 

Boyd, Johnny Scott; Carthage, 

MS 

Boyd, Sheree; MSU, MS 

Boyd, Michael T.; Laurel, MS 

Boyer, Mary Beth; Houston, 

MS 

Boykin, Louie F.; Mathiston, 

MS 




Bland, Louanne; Starkville, MS 
Blakeney, Gena Renee; Mize, 

MS 





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Eric Simmons is a senior from Pickens, MS who is 
majoring in industrial engineering. His advice to 
freshman: "Come here with a good attitude and do 
the best you can do. Don't let the small things get you 
down; press on and do better next time." 



Bozeman, Teresa; hazlehurst, 

MS 

Bradley, Aimee Lorraine; 

Starkville, MS 

Branscome, William; Grenada, 

MS 

Branson, Carl W.; Clinton, MS 

Brantley, Emmy Lynn; 

Philadelphia, MS 



Brantley, Marissa Leann; 

Carthage, MS 

Brasfield, Robert E.; Tupelo, 

MS 

Breazeale, Tracy Lynn; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Breland, Carol L.; Starkville, 

MS 

Breland, Richard Tony; 

Picayune, MS 

Brents, Anna Marie; 

Clarksdale, MS 

Brewer, Jimmy Darryl; 

Starkville, MS 

Brewer, Tanya Lea; 

Brooksville, FL 

Bridges, Kimberly Lynn; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Bridges, Sarah Jean; Carriere, 

MS 

Brightwell, Ronald B.; 

Starkville, MS 

Britt, Julie Ann; Grenada, MS 

Brooks, Gina; Gautier, MS 

Brooks, Kevin Duane; Athens, 

AL 



Brooks, Raymond William; 

Raleigh, MS 



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Broussard, Shannon C; 

Jackson, MS 
Brown, Aaron C; Baytown, TX 



Brown, Janet Lee; Goodman, 

MS 

Brown, Kelly Jo; Warner 

Robins, GA 

Brown, Nathaniel; Durant, MS 

Brown, William Edward; Yazoo 

City, MS 

Browne, Katherine E.; Newton, 

MS 



Browning, Susan Lanelle; 

Madison, MS 

Bruce, Stacie R.; Waynesboro, 

MS 

Bryant, Carey Bennard; 

Jacksonville, FL 

Bryant, Kelly Denise; Clinton, 

MS 

Bryant, Kevin Lamar; Terry, 

MS 

Buchanan, Curtis A.; 

Greenville, MS 

Buchanan, Michael Shane; 

Moselle, MS 

Buckner, Donnie M.; Starkville, 

MS 

Buckner, Jennifer Pace; 

Raleigh, MS 

Buie, Luther Tillman; 

Brookhaven, MS 




Buntyn, Gina Marie; Union, 

MS 

Burcham, Brian C; Starkville, 

MS 

Burdine, William B.; Starkville, 

MS 

Burge, Richard D.; Carriere, 

MS 

Burney, Barry Earl; Coffeeville, 

MS 

Burns, Patrick Sean; Bassfield, 

MS 

Burton, John W.; Gulfport, MS 

Burton, Leslye R.; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Busbee, J. Kent; Meridian, MS 

Butler, Dana Marie; Tupelo, 

MS 




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Bush, David Martin; MSU, MS 

Bush, Helen Meyers; MSU, MS 

Bush, Terri Loyce; Pearl, MS 

Butler, Audrey Jean; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Butler, Kelly Renee; Meridian, 

MS 



Butler, Susan Denise; Florence, 

MS 

Byrd, Elizabeth Kellie; Fulton, 

MS 

Caldwell, Sean Calvin; 

Meridian, MS 

Calloway, Lamonica R.; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Cammack, Jereld Francis; 

Mobile AL 

Calvert, Jack Andrew; Corinth, 

MS 

Campeau, Christopher P.; 

Hamilton, MS 

Caraway, Mary J.; Meridian, 

MS 

Carleton, Robert W.; Union, 

MS 

Carley, Christy Lee; Sumrall, 

MS 

Carley, Holland; Starkville, MS 
Carlton, James Link; 
Brownsville, TN 
Carr, John David; Hoover, AL 
Carr, Tony Derwin; Pearl, MS 
Carroll, Frank T.; Gulfport, MS 



Carrubba, Earle Bryan; 

Starkville, MS 

Carson, Billy L.; Winona, MS 
Carter, Pamela Jeanette; 
Brandon, MS 
Castleberry, Wendy L.; 
Jackson, MS 
Chandler, Laura Beth; 
Meridian, MS 

Chapman, Jeremy; Denham 

Springs, LA 

Chatham, David Lindley; Long 

Beach, MS 

Chatterton, Ellis K.; Ardmore, 

TN 

Cheah, Han-Liang; MSU, MS 

Cheaney, James Daniel; 

Evansville, IN 



Chen, Linda Celia; Starkville, 
MS 

Chen, Tze Yian; MSU, MS 
Chin, Tiffany Tran; MSU, MS 
Chishom, Robert Allen; 
Jackson, MS 
Clapper, Lee Knight; 
Ridgeland, MS 






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Clark, Cheryl Y.; Greenville, 

MS 

Clark, Jeff rey S.; McComb, MS 



Clark, Patricia Ann; Greenville, 

MS 

Clarke, Allan C; West Point, 

MS 

Clarke, Gary Wayne; Cordova, 

TN 

Clay, Ursula Yvette; Aberdeen, 

MS 

Clayton, Belinda Jean; 

Starkville, MS 

Cleveland, Mary C; MSU, MS 
Cliffe, Cathleen Elaine; St. 

Louis, MO 

Coggin, Larry Wayne; Tupelo, 

MS 

Coker, Charles Martelle; 

Jackson, MS 

Coker, Russell A.; Ft. Walton, 

FL 



Coker, Tabitha L.; Vaiden, MS 

Cole, Michael Stuart; Starkville, 

MS 

Coleman, Kimberly Jean; 

Starkville, MS 

Coleman, Shawn Michael; 

Corinth, MS 

Collier, Gerald Patrick; 

Monticello, MS 



Collins, Linda Ruth; 

Noxapater, MS 

Collins, Mary Helen; Madison, 

MS 

Collins, Mitsy Gale; Nozapater, 

MS 

Collums, Amanda Jean; Marks, 

MS 

Combs, Christie Lynn; 

Brandon, MS 

Combs, Mary Ann; West Point, 

MS 

Concannon, Craig M.; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Cooper, Mary Katherine; New 

Albany, MS 

Cooper, Michael Regan; 

Clinton, MS 

Cooper, Yolanda Elaine; Yazoo 

City, MS 





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Christopher Taylor is a senior majoring in music 
education from Jackson. His advice to freshmen is 
"Know exactly what you want to do before you plan a 
career. Don't waste time in college like I did. Find 
out why you're in a major early." 



Copeland, Laura Ann; Natchez, 

MS 

Cornelius, Jesse Jerome; 

Walnut, MS 

Couch, Laurie Lynn; 

Huntsville, AL 

Counce, James R.; Tupelo, MS 

Covington, Trena; Charleston, 

MS 



Cowling, William Dean; 

McDavid, FL 

Cox, Patrick Martin; Brandon, 

MS 

Coxwell, Gina Kay; Wayesboro, 

MS 

Crabtree, Kimberly M.; 

Starkville, MS 

Craig, Christy; Brandon, MS 

Crain, Jesse D.; Sandy Hook, 

MS 

Crawford, Mamie K.; Summit, 

MS 

Crawley, Kathlyn Paige; 

Brandon, MS 

Crew, Laura Elizabeth; 

Enterprise, AL 

Crocker, Chena Conner; 

Starkville, MS 

Crosby, Thomas W.; Columbus, 

MS 

Crowe, Michael Shane; 

Brandon, MS 

Crum, Candace Dawn; Corinth, 

MS 

Crump, Karen L.; Chicago, IL 

Crutchfield, Natalie; Calhoun 

City, MS 



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Cummings, Amy L.; Mantee, 

MS 

Cummings, Angela S.; 

Mantachie, MS 



Davis, James Muse; Starkville, 

MS 

Davis, Marshall K.; Crystal 

Springs, MS 

Day, Sharon Jeanette; Crystal 

Springs, MS 

Dearman, Michael C; Houston, 

MS 

Dearman, Timothy Dale; 

Brandon, MS 

Dees, Debbie A.; Starkville, MS 

Dees, Virginia A.; Gulfport, MS 

Denley, Laura Lee; Calhoun 

City, MS 

Denton, Michael; Collierville, 

TN 

Dew, Angela Franklin; Pearl, 

MS 



Dew, Charles Thomas; 

Flowood, MS 

Dick, Christopher Scott; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Dickens, Charles S.; Kosciusko, 

MS 

Dickerson, Myna Carol; 

Greenville, MS 

Dickson, Billy C; Macon, MS 

Dildar, Tahir; MSU, MS 
Dix, Reeshemah Ltone; 

Greenville, MS 

Dixon, Kim; Ripley, MS 

Dodd, Rebecca Nail; Starkville, 

MS 

Donaghe, Terry Allan; 

Vicksburg, MS 



Dorizas, John Angelo; Jackson, 

MS 

Doss, Kelvin D.; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Douglas, Amy Tana; 

Gainesville, MS 

Douglas, Shannon Marie; 

Metairie, LA 

Dowdy, Amy Beth; Dexter, MO 




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David Hirsch is a junior from Glenssalls, NY who is 
majoring in history. His most embarrassing moment: 
"Down here they call some sandwiches 'po-boys'. I 
had never heard of it that way. So I went to the 
counter and ordered a 'p.o. boy'." 



Downs, Regina Lynn; Baldwyn, 

MS 

Drewery, Kimberly Dawn; 

Corinth, MS 

Duca, Michelle E.; Starkville, 

MS 

Duckworth, Diane; 

Brookhaven, MS 

Duke, Rodney Dwight; 

Collinsville, MS 

Dulaney, George Brock; 

Fulton, MS 

Dunaway, Amy Denise; 

Hernando, MS 

Dunn, Kenneth Ray; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Dupre, Kenneth Patrick; 

Houma, LA 

Dupree, James Jacob; Bay St. 

Louis, MS 

Dyer, Kenneth Keating; 

Reform, AL 

Dykes, Gregory Del; New 

Hebron, MS 

Eakes, Connie Lynn; MSU, MS 

Easom, Kristie Leigh; 

Meridian, MS 

Edgeworth, Kenneth R.; 

Columbus, MS 



Edwards, Angela Kay; Iuka, 

MS 

Edwards, Elmira; Calhoun City, 

MS 

Egdorf, Janelle E.; New 

Orleans, LA 

Eidson, Marsha B.; Long 

Beach, MS 

Elam, Sandy David; Starkville, 

MS 




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Eljack, Mawia Mohamed; MSU, 

MS 

Elledge, Candice Ann; 

Booneville, MS 



Ellis, Pamela Suzanne; Clinton, 

MS 

Ellis, William B.; Indianola, MS 

Embry, Donald Jason; Long 

Beach, MS 

England, Travis Melvin; 

Calhoun City, MS 

Enteshari, Fariba; MSU, MS 



Estes, Alicia Marchel; 

Louisville, MS 

Estes, Jeffery James; Decatur, 

MS 

Eubanks, Tina M.; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Evans, Edward H.; MSU, MS 

Evans, Joe Calton; Starkville, 

MS 



Evans, Shepeka Romonda; 

Drew, MS 

Everett, Steven L.; Houston, 

MS 

Ewing, Thomas E.; Greenwood, 

MS 

Ezelle, Amelia Karin; Tupelo, 

MS 

Felder, Rickey Paul; McComb, 

MS 

Fells, Delicia Garnett; MSU, 

MS 

Ferguson, Kathy Carter; 

Starkville, MS 

Finch, Jeffrey Brian; Tupelo, 

MS 

Finch, Tanya Kay; Booneville, 

MS 

Fisher, Tamara Marie; 

Vaughan, MS 

Flatt, Cora Leigh; Clinton, MS 

Flowers, Janet C; Tunica, MS 

Floyd, Regina; Corinth, MS 

Flynt, Timothy David; 

Newhebron, MS 

Fogg, Melissa Beth; Caledonia, 

MS 




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Fondren, Cecilia Ann; 

Ackerman, MS 

Ford, Allegra Michelle; 

Newton, MS 

Ford, David Russell; Olive 

Branch, MS 

Fortunato, Anna C; Natchez, 

MS 

Fox, Anthony Gibson; MSU, 

MS 

Fox, Christi Lee; Meridian, MS 

Franklin, William T.; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Franks, David L.; Madison, MS 

Frederick, Melissa Leigh; 

Adamsville, MS 

French, Leanne; Brandon, MS 



Friloux, Johnny C; MSU, MS 

Frost, Lisa Lynn; Kosciusko, 

MS 

Fryery, John Watson; 

Louisville, MS 

Fuller, Brian Lamar; Moss 

Point, MS 

Fultz, Sandra Eliza; Vicksburg, 

MS 



Gainey, Stephanie M.; Union, 

MS 

Gainey, Stephen M.; Union, MS 

Galbreath, Scott O.; Natchez, 

MS 

Galey, Jennifer Nicole; Minter 

City, MS 

Galloway, Joyclyn T.; 

Covington, LA 

Gamberine, John William; 

Greenville, MS 

Gamble, Al Thomas; MSU, MS 

Gamble, Veronica T.; MSU, MS 

Gammill, Alan Wayne; West 

Point, MS 

Gandy, Sharon Rebecca; 

Picayune, MS 



Garbarino, Shawn C; Marietta, 

GA 

Gardner, Jeffery Stuart; 

Noxapater, MS 

Garner, Charles R.; Texarkana, 

AR 

Garner, Melissa Dianne; 

Nunnelly, TN 

Garner, Ronald Todd; 

Starkville, MS 

Garner, Sarah Ellen; Starkville, 

MS 

Garner, Stacey Ann; Bentonia, 

MS 

Garner, Su Chin; Aberdeen, 

MS 

Garrett, Dawn Minich; 

Smithville, MS 

Garrett, James A.; Meridian, 

MS 



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Gibbs, Edith Nicole; Newton, 

MS 
Gibson, Douglas Lee; Dekalb, 

MS 

Gibson, Melissa Denise; 

Tupelo, MS 

Gibson, Rebecca; West Point, 

MS 
Gilchrist, Rodney Gene; Iuka, 

MS 

Giles, Tawayna Lachon; MSU, 

MS 

Gill, Susanne Marie; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Gilmore, John Michael; 

Lexington, MS 

Gladney, Lyle David; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Gladney, Teresa Ann; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Gleason, Michael N.; Clinton, 

MS 

Glenn, Herman; Ackerman, MS 

Glenn, Tracy L.; Macon, MS 

Glodic, Tara Elizabeth; 

Pompton Lakes, NJ 

Goldman, Kinsey 

Rodney;Philadelphia, MS 



Gomez, Alma Delia; MSU, MS 

Goss, Talmadge Dewayne; 

Columbus, MS 

Graham, Connie Delane; 

Fulton, MS 

Graham, George Judson; 

Decatur, MS 

Graves, Elizabeth Ann; 

Beaumont, MS 

Graves, Paul T.; Germantown, 

TN 

Graves, Scott Lewis; Biloxi, MS 

Gray, Christopher L.; 

Greenwood, MS 

Gray, Deborah Ann; 

Germantown, MS 

Gray, Lee Lee; Meridian, MS 



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Gary, Tina Roseanne; Tupelo, 

MS 

Gault, Ronald James; Meridian, 

MS 



George, Krystina Lynn; 

Gulfport, MS 
Ghaneei, Atosa Kathy; 

Huntsville, AL 




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Bart Hawcroft is a senior from Flint, MI, and he is 
majoring in fisheries management. "I forgot I had a 
test in chemistry, and I didn't have any choice but to 
take it. I did pretty good. But I studied for the next 
one and did worse." 



Gray, Wendy Ruth; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Green, Byron Curlee; 

Pascagoula,MS 

Green, Kevin Allen; Medina, 

MS 

Green Leigh Anne; Pearl, MS 

Green, Pamela Joy; Walnut 

Grove, MS 



Greer, Felicia T.; Dekalb, MS 

Gregg, Janie R.; Shuqualak, MS 

Gressett, Dana Leigh; Chunky, 

MS 

Griffin, Christy H.; Starkville, 

MS 

Griffin, Jason R.; Starkville, 

MS 



Griffin, Sarah K.; Starkville, 

MS 

Grigson, John Lance; Gautier, 

MS 

Groner, Melanie Lee; Pearl, MS 

Grove, Ricky Dewayne; 

Jackson, MS 

Hackman, Margot Anne; 

Brandon, MS 

Haley, Kristine Lynn; 

Alamogordo, NM 

Haley, Neal Rayden; 

Greenville, MS 

Hall, Karissa Deaton; Belmont, 

MS 

Hall, Varrian Durand; 

Cleveland, MS 

Hamer, Jaquator; MSU, MS 






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Hamner, John G.; Columbus, 

MS 

Hand, Cynthia Renee; Terry, 

MS 

Handley, Tracy Lyn; Hamilton, 

AL 

Hankins, Reginald R.; 

Columbus, MS 

Hanna, Rebecca M.; Jackson, 

MS 

Hannah, Lenora; Louisville, MS 

Hans, Paul Benjamin; Moss 

Point, MS 

Hardin, William I).; 

Southaven, MS 

Hard wick, Katerine D.; Detroit, 

MI 

Hargis, John Graham; Conway, 

AR 



Harper, Amanda Leigh; 

Toomsuba, MS 

Harper, Holly Anne; Brickeys, 

AR 

Harrell, Amelia Cheri; Fulton, 

MS 

Harris, Donald C; Starkville, 

MS 

Harris, Leigh Ann; Tupelo, MS 

Hart, Karen Lynn; Jackson, MS 

Haste, Kimberly Ann; McCool, 

MS 

Hawcroft, Brad B.; Flint, MI 

Hawkins, Gary C; Calhoun 

City, MS 

Hawkins, Leslie Delane; 

Jackson, MS 



Hawkins, Virginia Faye; Water 

Valley, MS 

Hay, Shannon Marie; 

Birmingham, AL 

Hayes, Robert E.; Liberty, MS 

Haynes, James Kenny; MSU, 

MS 

Hays, Douglas M.; Huntsville, 

AL 



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Hamer, Thomas Spencer; 

Dyersburg, TN 
Hammett, Mary Holly; 

Hattiesburg, MS 



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Hammons, Shelly Anne; 

Ridgeland, MS 

Hammons, William I).; 

Grenada, MS 





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Heard, Rowena Q.; Starkville, 

MS 

Heidelberg, Maurice; Meridian, 

MS 

Hemsley, Bonnie Jean; Bay St. 

Louis, MS 

Henderson, Lee Kevin; New 

Albany, MS 

Henderson, Lynn; Yazoo City, 

MS 

Henley, William Lee; 

Mandeville, LA 

Hester, Leigh Ann; Union, MS 

Hickerson, Michael I).; 

Jackson, MS 

Hickman, Elizabeth Jean; Gulf 

Breeze, FL 

Hicks, Lori Ann; Gulfport, MS 



Hicks, Shaun P.; Henando, MS 
Hill Jennifer Lea; Sturgis, MS 
Hill, Kimberly Renee; 
Starkville, MS 

Hill, Traci Alisha; Isola, MS 
Hilsdon, Donald Allen; 
Brinkley, AR 



Hintson, Pamela C; Redwood, 

MS 

Hinshaw, Paul Allen; West 

Point, MS 

Hobby, Michael; Pascagoula, 

MS 

Hodges, Jamie Wynne; 

Woodville, AL 

Hodges, Jennifer Johnson; 

Mathiston, MS 

Hodges, Michael Andrew; 

Clinton, MS 

Hodges, Rebecca Lynn; 

Eupora, MS 

Hoff, Todd Burton; Picayune, 

MS 

Holcomb, Charles W.; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Holden, Richard L.; Columbus, 

MS 

Holder, Melissa Carol; 

Louisville, MS 

Holditch, Tommy R.; MSU, MS 

Holifield, Scott Harold; 

Starkville, MS 

Holley, Dennis Mark; 

Pontotoc, MS 

Holley, Patrick W.; Slidell, LA 





Hollingsworth, Dolly E.; 

Maben, MS 

Holyfield, JoBeth; Corinth, MS 

Hood, Gwendolyn; Mooreville, 

MS 

Hood, Sara Marie; Memphis, 

MS 

Horecky, John Griffin; 

Jackson, MS 



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Horel, Phillip A.; Meridian, MS 
Horton, Christian; Fulton, MS 



Howard, Christopher M.; 

Brandon, MS 

Howard, Ivy Layne; Tupelo, 

MS 

Howard, Jeremy A.; Baton 

Rouge, LA 

Howell, James Raymond; 

Winona, MS 

Howell, Jayne Latham; 

Starkville, MS 

Hudson, Chris; Vicksburg, MS 

Hudson, Clifton Keith; 

Louisville, MS 

Hudspeth, Sherri Lynn; 

Hernando, MS 

Huffman, Rhonda Jo; Brandon, 

MS 

Hughes, Angela Lynn; 

Meridian, MS 



Hughes, Deborah Arlene; 

MSU, MS 

Hughes, Robert Clayton; 

Columbia, TN 

Humphreys, Edmond V.; Blue 

Springs, MS 

Ingels, Carolyn S.; Hattiesburg, 

MS 

Ingram, Melanie Suzette; 

Carthage, MS 

Irby, Marcus Allen; Meridian, 

MS 

Isonhood, Amy C; Louisville, 

MS 

Iverson, Anda Leigh; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Ivy, Mary Jane; Mathiston, MS 

Jackson, Judith Lorene; Maben, 

MS 



Jacobi, Brandy A.; Ridgeland, 

MS 

Jacques, Jeffrey J.; Springvale, 

ME 

Jadzinski, Frankie S.; 

Columbus, MS 

Jang, Teresa Y.; MSU, MS 

Janous, Kenneth George; 

Kosciusko, MS 



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Horton, John Brian; Starkville, 
MS 

House, Mary Kathryn; Tupelo, 
MS 




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Jim Lowery is a sophomore majoring in chemical 
engineering from Monroe, LA. His most embar- 
rassing moment: "I got sick on my first date at MSU. 
I got heat stroke at the Tennessee game and got sick 
in front of the Kappa Sigma house on the way 
home." 



Jeanes, Tanya M.; Tiplersville, 

MS 

Jee, Michael Kan; Ruleville, MS 

Jenkins, David Wayne; 

Memphis, TN 

Jenkins, William D.; Tupelo, 

MS 

Johnson, Alison E.; Tupelo, MS 



Johnson, Fred; Columbus, MS 

Johnson, Matilda; Louisville, 

MS 

Johnson, Lydia I.; Starkville, 

MS 

Johnston, Harry; MSU, MS 

Jones, Andrea Marie; Jackson, 

MS 



Jones, Debra Kay; Philadelphia, 

MS 

Jones, Donna M.; Yazoo City, 

MS 

Jones, Girault W.; Grenada, MS 

Jones, Ira Fraun; Senatobia, 

MS 

Jones, Laurie Voltz; Starkville, 

MS 



Jones, Marlette Shontay; 

Byhalia, MS 

Jones, Vaughn Richard; 

Natchez, MS 

Jourdan, Rebecca; Macon, MS 

Joyner, Tommy W.; Laurel, MS 

Jumper, Dana Little; New 

Albany, MS 






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Jumper, Gregory Jay; Etta, MS 

Keeton, Lisa Gwyn; Tupelo, 

MS 



Kelley, Tommy Albert; Walls, 

MS 

Kelly, Karla Robin; 

Taylorsville, MS 

Kendall, Julia Jo; Huntsville, 

AL 

Kendrick, Michael D.; 

Booneville, MS 

Kent, Gena Leigh; Meridian, 

MS 

Kennedy, Allan Kendall; New 

Orleans, LA 

Kern, Michael Todd; Clinton, 

MS 

Key, Anthony Leon; Tupelo, 

MS 

Khan, Babar Z.; MSU, MS 

Khan, Faisal Amanullah; MSU, 

MS 



Kilpatrick, Victoria L.; 

Starkville, MS 

Kimbrough, Catherine S.; 

Greenwood, MS 

King, Donald Louis; Starkville, 

MS 

King, Kimberly Kay; 

Monticello, MS 

King, Patrick W.; Starkville, 

MS 

Kipker, Randall Mark; Meraux, 

LA 
Kirby, Linda Brock; Starkville, 

MS 
Kirby, Timothy David; Lena, 

MS 
Kitchens, Shane Clinton; Utica, 

MS 
Kittrell, Robert W.; Yazoo City, 

MS 

Koch, Bailey Robert; Pass 

Christian, MS 

Koehn, Kelli Hughes; Fulton, 

MS 

Kosinski, Edward A.; 

Knoxville, TN 

Kramer, Tanya Gaye; Piano, 

TX 

Krankey, Kim Michelle; Bay St. 

Louis, MS 




384 




Krausse, Kurt Lee; Holt, MO 

Lacy, Michelle Lee; Southaven, 

MS 

Lafontaine, Chad; Pass 

Christian, MS 

Lamberth, Tracey M.; Corinth, 

MS 

Lancaster, Cathy Regina; 

Houston, MS 



Lang, Holly Gay; Meridian, MS 

Langford, Mary J.; Lena, MS 

Langley, La Donna Ann; 

Laurel, MS 

Langley, Rhonda Kay; 

Batesville, MS 

Larson, Julie N.; MSU, MS 



Lauderdale, Terry E.; Rienzi, 

MS 

Lavalle, Erik Gerhardt; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Lawrence, Paul Ervin; Terry, 

MS 

LeBlanc, Jane Schwing; 

Plaquemine, LA 

Lee, Brian Buu; MSU, MS 

Lee, Chee Ming; MSU, MS 
Lee, Gayla Lynn; McComb, MS 
Lee, John T.; Starkville, MS 
Lee, Michael; Lumberton, MS 
Lee, Soo Kyoung; Seoul, Korea 



Lee, Teressa Suzanne; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

LeFlore, Amy Elizabeth; 

Orange, TX 

Leggett, Joy; Pontotoc, MS 

Lehman, Deborah Renee; 

Tupelo, MS 

Leong, Tiang Wah; Singapore 



Lessel, Ginger Gay; Blue 

Springs, MS 

Lewis, Alton Gene; Cleveland, 

MS 

Lewis, Kelly Rochelle; 

Gulfport, MS 

Lewis, Kevin Andrew; Jackson, 

MS 

Lewis, Melinda Kay; Gulfport, 

MS 

Lewis, William Daryl; Hickory, 

NC 

Leyden, Tara Eileen; Roswell, 

GA 

Lightsey, Brent B.; Batesville, 

MS 

Lin, Cheng-Fan; MSU, MS 

Lindauer, Kathleen D.; Steens, 

MS 



385 



Lindsey, Marian; Brownsville, 

TN 

Linn, Leigh Heather; Grenada, 

MS 



Lloyd, Carlos Adidas; MSU, 

MS 

Lobianco, Debra Ann; Maben, 

MS 

Locke, Leonard H.; Marks, MS 

Logue, Dawn Michelle; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Lomenick, Brandi Paige; Iuka, 

MS 



Long, Deryl Lee; Yazoo City, 

MS 

Long, Jeffrey Britton; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Longstreet, David T.; Jackson, 

MS 

Lowery, Shannon Jo; D'Lo, MS 

Lowery, Tracie Lynn; 

Indianola, MS 



Luke, Penny Renee; Preston, 

MS 

Lyell, Leigh Allison; Brandon, 

MS 

Maclellan, James Travis; 

Columbus, MS 

Magee, Christopher Todd; 

Roswell, NM 

Maghan, Kay Marie; Gautier, 

MS 

Mahan, Jamie Marie; Helena, 

AR 

Maier, Melissa C; Jackson, MS 

Mainka, Bruce Eric; Carthage, 

MS 

Makamson, Christopher; 

Morgan City, MS 

Malone, Michael S.; Belden, MS 



Mangrum, Debra Gail; 

Decatur, MS 

Mansell, John Patrick; Pearl, 

MS 

Marion, Meka Marlene; Duck 

Hill, MS 

Marion, Robin Denise; Moss 

Point, MS 

Marlar, Kimberly Lyn; 

Birmingham, AL 





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Marler, Michael Ray; Crystal 

Springs, MS 

Marsalis, Jeffrey M.; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Marshall, Kent S.; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Marter, Melanie Campbel; 

Duck Hill, MS 

Marter, Stephen Abel; Duck 

Hill, MS 

Martin, Beverly A.; West Point, 

MS 

Martin, Jerry Lee; Starkville, 

MS 

Marucci, Anthony C; Flanders, 

NJ 

Mason, Jon Michael; Jackson, 

MS 

Mason, Kelly O.; Houston, MS 

Matamoros, Gerardo; MSU, MS 

Matsumoto, Akiko; MSU, MS 

Maxwell, Bryan K.; MSU, MS 

May, Janet Maria; Philadelphia, 

MS 

May, William B.; Amory, MS 



Maze, Gregory Allan; 

Libertyville, IL 
McBrayer, Mark Franklin; 
Madison, AL 

McCaffery, Molly Gannon; 
Kosciusko, MS 
McCammon, Kenneth D.; 
Southaven, MS 
McCanulty, Brett Andrew; 
Vicksburg, MS 






387 



McCaskill, Kevin Glen; 

Vicksburg, MS 
McCollum, William V.; 

Hughes, AR 



McCoy, Courtney Lynn; 

Brandon, MS 

McCracken, Geoffrey Ray; 

Berwick, MS 

McCraw, John Terry; Laurel, 

MS 

McCuthcen, Bryan Alan; 

Booneville, MS 

McDonald, Brian Yates; 

Preston, MS 

McDonald, Daniel; Magee, MS 

McDonough, Marilyn M.; 

Brandon, MS 

McElveen, Cathy Lynn; New 

Orleans, LA 

McGarr, Tammie Turner; 

Eupora, MS 

McGee, Cathy Rene; 

Ackerman, MS 



McGregor, Kimberlie R.; 

Pittsboro, MS 

McGuffee, Lori Cain; Atmore, 

AL 

McKinley, Barbara B.; Eupora, 

MS 

McKinney, Dana Marie; Apollo 

Beach, FL 

McLain, Stacy Denise; Horn 

Lake, MS 

McLemore, Melvin; Duck Hill, 

MS 

McMaster, Stacy Lea; 

Starkville, MS 

McNair, Jeffery Alan; Union, 

MS 

McNeal, Sandra Lynn; New 

Albany, MS 

McNeese, Amanda E.; 

Meridian, MS 

McRee, Joseph Daniel; 

Grenada, MS 

McWhorter, Alice Diane; 

Greenville, MS 

Medders, Joey Leon; Starkville, 

MS 

Megehee, Paul Jacob; Macon, 

MS 

Mellen, Mary Frances; Salem, 

VA 





388 




Menifield, Gloria J.; Rosedale, 

MS 

Merrell, Glen R.; Slidell, LA 

Miller, David E.; Starkville, MS 

Miller, Joe Ranie; Meridian, 

MS 

Miller, Kelly; Greenwood 

Springs, MS 



Miller, Undrea Michelle; Moss 

Point, MS 

Millwood, Timothy Lynn; 

Nettleton, MS 

Mitchell, Angela G; 

Greenwood, MS 

Mitchell, Jennifer R.; 

Senatobia, MS 

Moore, Larry Alan; Starkville, 

MS 

Moore, Michael Clarence; 

Jackson, MS 

Moore, Necole Elizabeth; 

Brandon, MS 

Moore, Rhonda Michelle; 

Hernando, MS 

Moore, Tammy Lanell; Tupelo, 

MS 

Moore, Trayce Annette; West 

Point, MS 

Moore, Wendy L.; Brandon, MS 

Moorman, Joe Edgar; 

Greenville, MS 

Moosavi, Marzieh; Renton, WA 

Moran, Donald Brett; Gulfport, 

MS 

Morgan, Kimberly Dawn; Rose 

Hill, MS 



Morgan, Richard Bryant; 

Bruce, MS 

Morris, Eddie; Iuka, MS 

Morris, William Harris; 

Stanton, TN 

Morrow, Brendan Todd; 

Corinth, MS 

Morrow, Leigh; Smithville, MS 



Morton, David L.; Long Beach, 

MS 

Moses, Corey Lynn; Pensacola, 

FL 

Moses, Kami Dawne; Tupelo, 

MS 

Moses, Natalie Jean; Jackson, 

MS 

Moss, Joseph W.; Canton, MS 

Murphy, Amanda Gayle; 

Booneville, MS 
Murphy, Jerry Oneal; 
Jacksonville, FL 
Muse, Timothy Wayne; 
Greenwood, MS 
Myers, Connie Michelle; 
Conehatta, MS 
Myers, Kristin Rae; 
Germantown, MS 









389 



Myers, Steve Harry; Long 

Beach, MS 

Myers, Vanessa Sueles; 

Brandon, MS 



Nabors, Gabriel Cox; 

Columbus, MS 

Neal, Matthew Scott; 

Greenville, MS 

Nelson, John C; Pearl, MS 

Nester, Dana Lynn; Dekalb, MS 

Newman, Kimberly B.; Clinton, 

MS 



New, Rachel Garrett; 

Greenville, MS 

Newton, John Kenneth; 

Birmingham, AL 

Nichols, Carl D.; Fayette, MS 

Nichols, Matthew Thomas; 

Thaxton, MS 

Nickles, David Edward; 

Ridgefield, MS 



Nolen, Natalie Michelle; 

Jackson, MS 

Nolen, Sam Blair; Jackson, MS 

Norment, Karen Leanne; 

Starkville, MS 

Norton, Pamela Dawn; Amory, 

MS 

Novak, Shannon Nicole; 

Natchez, MS 



Nowell, Laurie A.; 

Philadelphia, MS 

O'Daniel, Christopher D.; 

Southaven, MS 

Oglesbee, Ken Alan; Bay St. 

Louis, MS 

Oglesbee, Kimberly Ann; Bay 

St. Louis, MS 

Ogorda, Mary Jean; Gulfport, 

MS 

O'Keefe, Brennan 

Maurice; Long Beach, MS 

O'Neal, Ellen Ladean; Wiggins, 

MS 

O'Neal, Katherine; Jackson, 

TN 

O'Neal, Loretta; West Point, 

MS 

O'Neal, Shannon Leigh; 

Starkville, MS 








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Mike Dearman is a senior from Houston, MS ma- 
joring in marketing. His advice to freshmen: "Pick a 
good balance between studying and socializing. You 
are here to learn, but the social part comes into play 
when you look for a job." 



Orlando, Maria Marie; Belden, 

MS 

Orman, Julie E.; Brandon, MS 

Owens, Shauna Lynn; 

Arlington, TX 

Pace, Karen Lynette; Prentiss, 

MS 

Pack, Latunia Gail; Okolona, 

MS 



Padilla, Raul Armando; MSU, 

MS 

Parker, Rodney Stephen; 

Huntsville, AL 

Parker, Trenton J.; Forest, MS 
Parish, John Ray; Jackson, MS 
Parks, Cynthia L.; Myrtle, MS 



Parsons, Christina A.; Madison, 

MS 

Pass, Albertina; MSU, MS 

Patrick, Stephanie Ruth; 

Pelahatchie, MS 

Patterson, Kevin Lee; Banner, 

MS 

Patterson, Rhonda B.; 

Nettleton, MS 



Patton, Denitra Chantal; 

Shannon, MS 

Patureau, Alicia Noelle; 

Brandon, MS 

Payne, Donna Denise; Nesbit, 

MS 

Payne, Jennifer Lea; 

Plantersville, MS 

Payne, Penelope Ann; 

Senatobia, MS 




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Payne, Steven Dale; Akron, AL 

Payne, William Kevin; Tupelo, 

MS 



Pennington, Carla Renee; 

Aberdeen, MS 

Perera, Undugodage Anura; 

MSU, MS 

Perkins, Jeanne E.; Iuka, MS 

Perry, Wesley Lee; Memphis, 

TN 

Pertuit, Dwight Wade; 

Starkville, MS 



Phares, Angela Marie; Clinton, 

LA 

Phelps, Melissa K.; Bartlett, 

TN 

Philley, Christopher R.; 

Jackson, MS 

Phillips, Rita Denise; Baldwyn, 

MS 

Phillips, Stephanie D.; Olive 

Branch, MS 

Pickens, Sandra Renee; 

Houston, MS 

Pickering, Patti Ann; Laurel, 

MS 

Pickett, James Dale; Louisville, 

MS 

Pickett, Paul Alan; Jackson, MS 

Pierce, Chavgney George; 

Bogalusa, LA 



Pipkin, Linda Bailey; MSU, MS 

Pitlalo, Jarrod Anthony; Ocean 

Springs, MS 

Pittman, Jeffery Neal;Ellisville, 

MS 

Pitts, Brian Hugh; Newton, MS 

Pleasant, Elizabeth Kay; 

Jackson, MS 



Poe, Katrina Nichelle; French 

Camp, MS 

Poindexter, Tina Renee; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Poitevin, Joseph Marcel; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Pomphrey, Martin, M.; 

Mayhew, MS 

Pope, Darbie Dawn; Kosciusko, 

MS 




392 




Pope, Marcus Spencer; 

Carthage, MS 

Pope, Terry Lynn; Laurel, MS 

Powell, James Madison; Benoit, 

MS 

Powell, Robert Andrew; 

Byhalia, MS 

Powers, Joan Shelley; Biloxi, 

MS 



Prescott, Stephanie L.; 

Meridian, MS 

Presley, Lance; Tupelo, MS 

Pruitt, Cecil Dwaine; 

Kilmichael, MS 

Pullin, Delena Ann; Jackson, 

MS 

Quan, Rafael; MSU, MS 



Ragan, Michael Farris; 

Corinth, MS 

Rairikar, Chintamani J.; MSU, 

MS 

Raley, Suzanne A.; Biloxi, MS 

Rashka, Kirk Michael; Biloxi, 

MS 

Ratliff, Julie Paige; Jackson, 

MS 



Ray, Libby; Amory, MS 

Ray, Mary Angella; Hamilton, 

MS 

Record, Carrie Frances; 

Meridian, MS 

Reed, Donna Michelle; 

Louisville, MS 

Reid, Amy Elizabeth; 

Southaven, MS 



Rhea, Kenneth Lee; Starkville, 

MS 

Rhodes, Tammy Lynn; Jackson, 

MS 

Rice, Ronnie Douglas; Dora, 

MS 

Richards, Jason Eugene; 

Jackson, MS 

Richardson, Michael Jay; 

Jackson, MS 

Richey, Keith Alan; New 

Albany, MS 

Riddell, Randall Scott; 

Corinth, MS 

Riggan, Herbert H.; Marion, 

AR 

Riles, Katherine Jane; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Riley, James Bruce; McCool, 

MS 

Riley, Keith Orlando; 

Greenville, MS 

Roberts, Bridget; Long Beach, 

MS 

Robertson, Michael; 

Pascagoula, MS 

Robinson, Bobby Wayne; 

Eupora, MS 

Robinson, Joel Warren; 

Vicksburg, MS 



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Robinson, Senta Joi; Starkville, 

MS 

Robinson, Tracey; Ackerman, 

MS 

Roby, Temperance; Sallis, MS 

Rodgers, Charles Chris; 

Greenwood, MS 

Rodgers, Jennifer S.; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Rogers, Derek Chapman; 

Forest, MS 

Rogers, Melissa Anne; Lauret, 

MS 

Rogers, Rodney Franklin; 

Lexington, MS 

Roland, Brian Jess; Morton, 

MS 

Roland, Phillip Wayne; 

Cargthage, MS 

Ronken, Paul David; Starkville, 

MS 

Roos, Kevin L.; Pearl, MS 

Rosado, Jose Antonio; Puerto 

Rica 

Rosamond, Michael Todd; 

Starkvill, MS 

Ross, Jason Michael; 

Southaven, MS 



Rounsaville, Tammy A.; 

Starkville, MS 

Rowell, Allison Johnsey; 

Nettleton, MS 

Rozell, Chnita Vachelle; 

Edwards, MS 

Rucker, Christopher S.; 

Jackson, MS 

Rucker, Leon; Vaughn, MS 

Ruff, Cynthia Gingles; Long 

Beach, MS 

Runnels, David; Starkville, MS 

Rushing, Lisa Ann; Piano, TX 

Russell, John Christopher; 

Starkville, MS 

Sanders, Angela L.; Columbus, 

MS 







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Robinson, Lisa Noel; Starkville, 

MS 

Robinson, Michael Ray; 

Greenville, MS 



Robinson, Sabrina Ann; 

Reforn, AL 
Robinson, Sandra; Jackson, MS 





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Steven Aycock is a junior from Brandon, MS 
majoring in accounting. "I don't like having 
finals on Saturday. We don't have class on 
Saturday all year, but they send us to class on 
Saturday during finals." 





Sanders, Cynthia M.; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Sanders, Jon David; Starkville, 

MS 

Sasser, Stanley Wade; Bogue 

Chitto, MS 

Saul, Rhonda Rana; West 

Point, MS 

Saunders, Jon Clair; Starkville, 

MS 

Schneider, Tiffany C; 

Chalmette, LA 

Scholl, Sandy Jean; Starkville, 

MS 

Scott, Charity D.; Starkville, MS 

Scott, Kenneth Wade; Walnut 

Grove, MS 

Scott, Leann; Crystal Springs, 

MS 



Scott, William Lee; Woodland, 

MS 

Scruggs, Paul Brian; 

Woodbridge, VA 

Serio, Monica Melissa; Jackson, 

MS 

Shaman, Susan Clover; MSU, 

MS 

Sharer, Robert Walter; Grand 

Bay, AL 

Shelby, Ronnie Shannon; 

Franklin, TN 

Shelton, Tonia Jacinta; 

Columbus, MS 

Shelton, Tracy Michelle; 

Kilmichael, MS 

Shepard, James D.; Carthage, 

MS 

Shields, Stephanie Lynn; Moss 

Point, MS 



395 



Shows, Brian M.; Columbus, 

MS 

Shows, Gregory Hunter; 

Brandon, MS 



Simkins, Jennifer Maria; 

Jackson, MS 

Simmons, Angela Gail; Ethel, 

MS 

Simmons, Marianne; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Simpson, Glenn L.; Bentonia, 

MS 

Sims, Cylenthia Evette; Belden, 

MS 

Sims, Susan; Nesbit, MS 

Singletary, Laura Lee; 

Meridian, MS 

Sitton, Scott; Glen, MS 

Scoog, Kathryn Maxine; 

Brandon, MS 

Skujins, Laura Baird; 

Columbus AFB, MS 



Slater, Jennifer Jean; Jackson, 

MS 

Smiley, Tasha Ann; Starkville, 

MS 

Smith, Alisa Darlene; Jackson, 

MS 

Smith, Andrew Michael; 

Starkville, MS 

Smith, Arnold Bouchard; 

Jackson, MS 

Smith, Chandra Lynn; Natchez, 

MS 

Smith, Freda Burton; Starkville, 

MS 

Smith, Harold Steve; 

Brookhaven, MS 

Smith, John David; Pearl, MS 

Smith, Karen Elizabeth; 

Gainesville, FL 



Smith, Kyle Thomas; Gulfport, 

MS 

Smith, Laura Sue; Greenville, 

MS 

Smith, Michelle Denice; 

Philadelphia, MS 

Smith, Michelle Dione; 

Caledonia, MS 

Smith, Renata Melita; 

Starkville, MS 




396 




Smith, Rhonda Lynn; Decatur, 

MS 

Smith, Robert Bradley; Clinton, 

MS 

Smith, Ronald Jeffrey; 

Starkville, MS 

Smith, Stacia Raquel; 

Brookhave, M 

Smith, Teressa R.; Starkville, 

MS 

Smock, Darrell Lee; Metamora, 

MS 

Snodgrass, C. Edward; 

Meridian, MS 

Sones, Richard M.; Columbia, 

MS 

Sorto, Jeanna Walker; MSU, 

MS 

South, Anna Elizabeth; West 

Point, MS 



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South, Jarod Kendal; 

Mathiston, MS 

Speed, Willian Curtis; Jackson, 

MS 

Speegle, Arthur Andrew; 

Jackson, MS 

Spencer, Kimberly C; Fulton, 

MS 

Spikes, Brian Loren; Starkville, 

MS 

Stal lings, Lora Ellyn; 

Hernando, MS 

Stallings, Wade; Crawford, MS 

Steen, Adriann; Indianola, MS 

Steen, Shara Lynn; Ethel, MS 

Stephens, Stephanie L.; Eupora, 

MS 



Stevens, Michael Henry; Water 

Valley, MS 

Stevens, Robert Marcus; 

Florence, AL 

Stewart, Sallie Ann; Canton, 

MS 

Stewart, Terri Suzanne; 

Columbus, MS 

Straub, Joseph Smith; 

Hattiesburg, MS 

Streeter, Robert C; Hughes, 

AR 

Streets, Douglas Arthur; Slidell, 

LA 

Stokes, Mary Ann; Noxapater, 

MS 

Strongosky, Neil Ryan; Nesbit, 

MS 

Stuart, Stacy Anne; Coldwater, 

MS 

Stuart, Stephanie Carol; 

Jackson, MS 

Stubblefield, Susan L.; Jackson, 

MS 

Suddoth, Cassandra Lynn; 

Grenada, MS 

Sullivan, David Ty; Denham 

Springs, MS 

Sumar, Juan Elias; MSU, MS 



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397 



Suttle, Thomas H.; Jackson, MS 

Sutton, Michael Lee; Eupora, 

MS 



Szabo, Sharon Lynn; Alabaster, 

AL 

Szeto, Judith Ann; Greenwood, 

MS 

Tabb, Tracy L.; Rosedale, MS 

Tabbara, Ziad Shafic; MSU, MS 

Talley, Angie F.; Moss Point, 

MS 



Tartt, Rebecca C; Grenada, MS 

Tate, Larry C; Brentwood, TN 

Taylor, David Prather; 

Memphis, TN 

Taylor, Lisa; Houston, MS 

Taylor, Elizabeth N.; Brandon, 

MS 



Taylor, David Warren; Jackson, 

MS 

Taylor, Jennifer L.; Eupora, 

MS 

Taylor, Jimmy Dale; Amory, 

MS 

Taylor, Melanie Carol; Ripley, 

MS 

Taylor, Melissa Ann; Amory, 

MS 

Taylor, Michael Wayne; 

Corinth, MS 

Taylor, Rita Gale; Starkville, 

MS 

Teel, Suzanne C; Clarksdale, 

MS 

Tedder, Stephanie Jill; 

Vardaman, MS 

Tedford, Jo Lynn; Bruce, MS 

Temple, Donna Ann; Starkville, 

MS 

Terrell, Rhonda Lashun; 

Pontotoc, MS 

Terry, Roy Anthony; Sallis, MS 

Terry, Sharon Lyvette; 

Kosciusko, MS 

Thaxton, Tonia Michelle; 

Grenada, MS 




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Craig Helmuth is a junior from Vicksburg, 
MS majoring in horticulture. Why he came 
to MSU: "It has the only horticulture pro- 
gram in the state that has retail floristry as an 
emphasis and a florist on campus." 





Thigpen, Sandye Frechet; 

Rolling Fork, MS 

Thomas, Ashley R.; Norcross, 

GA 

Thomas, Jennifer Lynae; 

Florence, MS 

Thomas, Sheila Cantrell; 

Pickens, MS 

Thomas, Tammy Ann; Yazoo 

City, MS 

Thomas, Teresa Ann; 

Louisville, MS 

Thompson, Curtis, R.; 

Meridian, MS 

Thompson, Heidi Jo; Starkville, 

MS 

Thompson, Janet Marie; 

Corinth, MS 

Thompson, Karen E.; Amory, 

MS 

Thompson, Michael Wayne; 

Magee, MS 

Thompson, Nicholas S.; 
Pascagoula, MS 
Thompson, Pippi Marie; 
Morton, MS 

Thompson, Rosie Marie; 
Aberdeen, MS 
Thompson, Thelma Louise; 
Shannon, MS 

Thornton, Amy Leigh; Bay 

Springs, MS 

Throckmorton, Sharon K.; 

Starkville, MS 

Tigner, Benita Banks; 

Starkville, MS 

Tillmon, Cheneta L.; Gore 

Springs, MS 

Tingle, Janette; Starkville, MS 



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Toler, Rachelle Leigh; 

Greenville, MS 
Touchton, Russell Todd; 

Starkville, MS 



Trimble, Juanita; Hamilton, MS 

Triplett, Cynthia A.; Louisville, 

MS 

Triplett, Lou Ann; Jackson, MS 

Triplett, Roberta Lynne; 

Kilmicheal, MS 

Tscherter, Eric C; Byhalia, MS 



Tubb, Tammy S.; Amory, MS 

Tudor, Richard Wade; Belden, 

MS 

Turcotte, Leah E.; Clinton, MS 

Tyner, Fred Mack; Canton, MS 

Turner, Joe Milton; Brandon, 

MS 



Underwood, Belinda I.; 

Nettleton, MS 

Vadhwa, Seema Kumari; 

Vicksburg, MS 

Vance, Lesley Shannon; 

Jackson, MS 

Vance, Michael Darin; 

Starkville, MS 

Vandevelde, Kristi M.; 

Starkville, MS 

Vaughn, Chandra D.; 

Starkville, MS 

Vaughn, David L.; MSU, MS 

Veasley, Mary Edna; Kosciusko, 

MS 

Verner, Steven Dewitt; Leland, 

MS 

Vieira, Patricia; Starkville, MS 



Vine, Stacia Nicole; Starkville, 

MS 

Vinet, Glen Andrew; Gretna, 

LA 

Vinicki.JonJay; MSU, MS 

Vuncannon, Ara Marie; Long 

Beach, MS 

Wager, Christopher Todd; 

Petal, MS 




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Wagstaff, Nicole Louise; 

Starkville, MS 

Walcher, Carrol Lee; Starkville, 

MS 

Waldon, Ila Derinna; Forest, 

MS 

Walker, Gregory Ned; Terry, 

MS 

Walker, Heather Leigh; Fulton, 

MS 

Walker, Howard Torrell; 

Kosciusco, MS 

Wallace, Peggy Coleman; 

Louisville, MS 

Wallace, Rebecca Lynn; 

Montevallo, AL 

Walls, Kimberly D.; Elsegundo, 

CA 

Walters, Michael C; Columbus, 

MS 

Walters, William W.; Meridian, 

MS 

Wang, Yingchun; MSU, MS 

Ward, Hilda Rena; McCool, MS 

Warslie, Edon; Starkville, MS 

Warslie, Priyadarshini; 

Starkville, MS 



Washington, Dionna M.; Yazoo 

City, MS 

Washington, Maple Y.; 

Greenville, MS 

Wasserman, David; Vicksburg, 

MS 

Watkins, Tracy Lynn; 

Starkville, MS 

Watson, Naomi; Corinth, MS 



Weaver, Forrest Randal; 

Clinton, MS 

Webb, Michael Shannon; Pearl, 

MS 

Weeks, Milfy L.; Pontotoc, MS 

Weems, Tammy Renee; Flora, 

MS 

Weidler, Heather Ashley; 

Decatur, MS 



Weihing, Laura; Pascagoula, 

MS 

Welch, Kimberly Carol; 

McComb, MS 

Welch, Michael Ray; Luling, 

LA 

Welch, Susan Louise; Jackson, 

MS 

Welling, Dion Lee; Memphis, 

TN 

Wells, Tonya Jean; Saulsbury, 

TN 

Wentworth, Claire; Pickens, MS 

West, Kimberly Lane; Okolona, 

MS 

West, Pamela Gwen; Aberdeen, 

MS 

Westerburg, John M.; 

Pocanhontas, MS 






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White, Benjamin; Pascagoula 
White, Bernard; Guntown, MS 



White, Lisa; Clinton, MS 

White, Lowry; Bailey, MS 

Whirt, Elizabeth; Brandon, MS 

Whitworth, Julious; Starkville, 

MS 

Wiggins, Rita; Coila, MS 



Wilcox, Hoke; Columbus, MS 

Wilder, Patty; Camden, MS 

Wilkerson, Anthony; MSU, MS 

Wilkinson, Bradley; Starkville, 

MS 

Wilkinson, Jeffrey; Yazoo City, 

MS 



Williams, Angela; Mantachie, 

MS 

Williams, Angela; Meridian, 

MS 

Williams, Elizabeth; Water 

Valley, MS 

Williams, Debra MSU, MS 

Williams, Brock; Hickory, MS 



Williams, Guy; Clinton, MS 

Williams, James; Poplarville, 

MS 

Williams, David; Columbus, MS 

Willimas, Laurie; Vernon, AL 

Williams, Michael; Escatawpa, 

MS 



Williams, Patrick; Quitman, 

MS 

Williams, Shannon; Bay St. 

Louis, MS 

Williams, Shaun; Gulfport, MS 

Williams, Tonia; Grenada, MS 

Williams, Traci; Starkville, MS 







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White, Christi; Anacoco, LA 
White, Laura; Tupelo, MS 



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Williamson, Lisa; Louisville, 

MS 

Willamson, Menissa; Louisville, 

MS 

Willis, William; Aberdeen, MS 

Wilson, Jacqueline; Batesville, 

MS 

Wilson, John; Southaven, MS 



Wilson, Kenneth; Pace, MS 

Wilson, Michelle; Starkville, 

MS 

Wilson, Tawanda; Woodville, 

MS 

Wilz, Patrick; Long Beach, MS 

Winn, Amy; Hattiesburg, MS 



Winpigler, Sherra Vicksburg, 

MS 

Wise, Barry; Gulfport, MS 

Witt, Cynthia; Belmont, MS 

Witthauer, Robert; Signal 

Mountain, TN 

Wixon, Trent; Avalon, MS 



Wolfe, Kristen; Tupelo, MS 
Woo, William; Boyle, MS 
Woods, Bobby; Gautier, MS 
Woods, Gena; MSU, MS 
Wooldridge, George; Corinth, 
MS 



Wooten, Natalie; Starkville, MS 
Word, Beverly; Greenville, MS 
Wray, Catherine; Ocala, FL 
Yang, Yu-Ching; MSU, MS 
Yates, Jesse; Ksociusko, MS 



Yeatman, Betty; Maben, MS 
Young, Amanda; Meridian, MS 
Young, Anna; Brandon, MS 
Young, David; Jackson, MS 
Young, Elizabeth; Tupelo, MS 



Young, Nikki; Nettleton, MS 
Younger, Kyle; Steens, MS 
Zafar, Bushra; MSU, MS 
Zentmyer, Debbie; Jackson, MS 






403 



Abston, Joseph; Gautier, MS 

Aceituno, Carlos; Cambridge, 

MA 



Alseleem, Yousef; Starkville, 

MS 

Alwadanm, Mohamed; Miss. 

State, MS 

Ashley, Christy; Port Gibson, 

MS 

Audo, Michele; Starkville, MS 

Aung, Thinn; Miss. State, MS 



Ballard, Donna; Starkville, MS 

Baloch, Qadir; Miss. State, MS 

Beddhu, Murali; Miss. State, 

MS 

Beeghley, Micheal; Alpharette, 

GA 

Bland, Tracye; Miss. State, MS 



Bigelow, Nancy; Miss. State, 

MS 

Biggers, Suzanne; Starkville, 

MS 

Britto, Ronald; Miss. State, MS 

Brown, Anthony; New York, 

NY 

Burns, Karen; Miss. State, MS 



Cartegena, Jose; Starkville, MS 

Chen, Shaomei; Miss. State, MS 

Clark, David; Winona, MS 

Cook, Ann; Brandon, MS 

Corbin, Michelle; Starkville, 

MS 



Corpstein, Kreg; Miss. State, 

MS 

Dean, Sharon; Calhoun City, 

MS 

Dejnaronk, Apiwan; Miss. 

State, MS 

Dhage, Sunil; Starkville, MS 

Dickerson, John; Jackson, MS 





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Domingo-Roura, Xavier; 

Catalonia, Spain 

Dubose, Jennifer; Miss. State, 

MS 

El-Radi, Tony; Miss. State, MS 

Fortenberry, Tracy; Miss. State, 

MS 

Frank, Eileen; Miss. State, MS 



Halimi, Entis; Miss. State, MS 

Haque, Ahmad; Kensington, 

MD 

Herring, Virginia; Kilmichael, 

Ms 

Howell, Jimmy; Starkville, MS 

Imansyah, Muhammad; 

Starkville, MS 



Irby, Patrick; Miss. State, MS 
Johnson, Lonnie; Starkville, MS 
Joyner, Barbara; Tunica, MS 
Kelly, Rebecca; Miss. State, MS 
Khan, Muhammad; Miss. State, 
MS 



Kobayashi, Masahiko; Miss. 

State, MS 

Kyi, Winn; Miss. State, MS 

Ladnier, Dana; Biloxi, MS 

Lagarde, Owen; Miss. State, MS 

Landry, Brett; New Orleans, 

LA 



Lannom, Keith; 

Hendersonville, TN 
Lassner, Lee; Miss. Stae, MS 
Liddell, Julie; Weir, MS 
Leonard, Emmet; Jackson, MS 
Liu, Kairong; Miss. State, MS 



Matsumoto, Sayuki; Miss. State, 

MS 

McReynolds, Rita; Starkville, 

MS 

Michel, Justin; Columbus, MS 

Mitchell, Amy; Starkville, MS 

Moats, Ben; Ocean Springs, MS 



Morgan, Anthony; Miss. State, 

MS 

Myers, Rasha; Starkville, MS 

Nasution, Aminul; Miss. State, 

MS 

Nathe, Robert, Laurel, MS 

Pasaribu, Raja; Indonesia 



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Pilgrim, Robert; Starkville, MS 
Pokrefke, Jacquelyn; 

Vicksburg, MS 



Qian, Shen-Cen; Miss. State, MS 

Quinn, Carol; Starkville, MS 

Rees, Cindy; Jackson, MS 

Rehakl, John; Starkville, MS 

Reitcheck, Becky; Miss. State, 

MS 



Richards, Jon; Miss. State, MS 

Shahzad, Khurram; Miss. State, 

MS 

Shaunak, Nirdosh; Starkville, 

MS 

Sistrunk, Karen; Sebastapol, 

MS 

Stearns, Larissa; Miss. State, 

MS 



Stephenson, Sheryl; Malvern, 

AR 

Suarna, Endang; Starkville, MS 

Sukamto, Sulistio; Miss. State, 
MS 

Sukandar, Suyatnu; Starkville, 
MS 

Swann, Porter; Miss. State, MS 



Taylor, Stacey; Tallahassee, FL 
Trisler, Samuel; Vicksburg, MS 

Turnipseed, Timothy; Miss. 

State, MS 

Uguy, Wempie; Miss. State, MS 

Wages, Greta; Starkville, MS 



Wolff, Paul; Starkville, MS 

Yang, Chihpeng; Miss. State, 

MS 

Yaw, Yu; Starkville, MS 

Yin, Jingyu; Miss. State, MS 

Young, Cindy; Brandon, MS 




406 



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Cook, Ann 
Creel, Ann 
Duke, Will 
Fiztzpatrick, Amy 
Fleming, Tim 
Gowan, Mike 



Hodge, Tim 
Holland, Mark 
Jackson, Lorraine 
Johnson, Monique 
Leiske, Kevin 
Lowrimore, Marie 



McDonald, Jenn 
Moritz, Kristin 
Oesterling, Tami 
Phillips, Shana 
Pray, Portia 
Rehak, John 



Rivers, Raul 
Rogers, Stacy 
Saunders, Chel 
Sayre, Debbie 
Schuerer, Paula 
Snow, Steven 



Stocksill, Lee 
Stringfellow, Dean 
Thomas, Sandy 
Torlone, Stephanie 
Tripodi, Lynn 
Van Poppel, Lynne 



Vandiver, June 
Vowell, Cynthia 
Walker, Kathryn 
Weseli, Brett 
Whitler, Anne 
Williams, Lori 



Wolff, Paul 
Zettler, Jim 



407 



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Colbert, Lynn 

Conner, Greg 

Daws, Janet 

Dorney, Kirsten 

Ezelle, Alan 

Garcia, Patty 



Gassen, Esther 
Harrist, Al 
Hawkins, Beth 
Jager, Menno 
Joseph, Nicola 
Kenner, Denee 



Koronowski, Ed 

Kozuma, Kim 

Luludis, Karen 

Marble, Andrea 

Martin, Judi 

McGee, Matt 



Mensi, Michael 

Mentz, Linda 

Miller, Eric 

Mobley, Cristy 

Mullen, Wally 

Myers, Johnny 



Nelson, Jamie 

Papay, Julie 

Plaisance, Sean 

Robertson, Lisa 

Roge, Cheryl 

Samaniuk, Theresa 



Schreibman, Andrew 

Smith, Bud 

Sutherland, Bart 

Viberg, Paul 

Watson, Bob 

Willoughby, Paul 



Woshner, Victoria 

Zabreznik, Brenda 

Zachary, Carmen 



Andress, Jackie 
Ashman, Michele 





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Anderson, Alicia 
Bailey, Matthew 




Burton, Melissa 
Christmas, Rodney 
Craig, Randy 
deDoes, Karen 
DeMarco, JoAnn 
Dilorth, Laurie 



Ennis, Jean 
Grasmehr, Gayle 
Harvey, Kermit 
Holtcamp, Andy 
King, Brian 
Kirby, Rick 



Langson, Deanna 
May, Jacky 
McAdams, Randall 
McCreedy, Sam 
McGee, Darren 
Meyer, Greogry 



Miguel, Betty 
Moore, Matthew 
Moore, Lorie 
Morrison, Matt 
Peterman, Jeff 
Prieto, Ellen 



Quigley, Susan 
Ray, Jody 
Rhodes, Staci 
Rogers, Anne 
Ross, Alondra 
Sanders, Stan 



Scott, Deborah 
Sedrish, Steven 
Skirpstunas, Ramona 
Smith, Dianne 
Stastny, Barbara 
Steinburg, Lisa 



Stoothoff, Kevin 
Tyree, Patrick 
Wade, Evelyn 

Watson, Tom 
West, Charles 



409 



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Adams, Norrie 
Arroyave, A.J. 



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Campbell, Leslie 

Cappiello, Paul 

Cavallaro, Terry 

Courtney, Angela 

Farmer, Paul 

Fracica, Marianne 



Galle, Laurence 

Gamblin, Ranee 

Gardner, Carl 

Gobble, Howard 

Haeussler, Lynne 

Haims, Rob 



Henderson, Todd 

Hess, Paul 

Jackson, Debra 

Karous, Stephanie 

Kraft, Randy 

Lamberth, Kristin 



LoBasso, Tom 

Mason, Clara 

McCahon, Helen 

Moller, Alec 

Morris, Dave 

Page, Andrew 



Peterson, Angela 

Redden, Bronya 

Russell, Scott 

Scott, Billy 

Singer, Lisa 

Steininger, Gretchen 



Stevens, Ed 

Sullivan, Bill 

Sumrall, Jennifer 

Tillman, Robin 

Trulove, Sonya 

Whitten, Kim 



Wynens, Chris 








A 

Abel, Brandon ... 249,312 

Abel, Kristie 198, 312 

Abril, Alison Anita . . . 53, 

186, 250, 290 

Adams, Jennifer R . . . 201, 

203, 290 

Adams, Joan Denise .. 193, 

366 

Adams, Penny . 44, 88, 366 

Ainsworth, Bethany . . 185, 

229,312 

Akers, Elaine .... 249, 336 

Akhtar, Kashif .... 38, 208 

Aldridge, Lance ... 96, 103 

Aldy, Vicky 209, 336 

Alexander, Albert ... 212, 

245, 249, 366 

Alexander, Shelley . . . 240, 

336 

Alford, Leslie Rebecce . 48, 

290 

Allen, Andrew . . 236, 238, 

323 

Allen, Heather 198 

Allen, Jason 195 

Allen, Jay 213,336 

Allen, Jeffrey Lynn ... 366 

Allen, Kara 336 

Allen, Kellie 336 

Allen, Leslie Rachelle 

191, 223, 366 

Allen, Lori 312 

Allen, Mark 236, 238 

Allen, Roy 229 

Allen, Suzanne Louise 

290 

Allen, Tracy 336 

Allensworth, Nicole J 

290, 420 

Alley, Jeremy F 290 

Alley, Mark 235 

AUigood, Timothy D . . 290 

Allred, Cindy Michelle 

366 
Allshouse, William E . . 366 

Allsup, Haze 336 

Almeida, Ana .... 203, 312 

Almeida, Ana-Paula . . . 203 

Almeida, Claudio .... 203, 

312 

Alpe, Kalicia 203 

Alpe, Mike 264 

Alridge, Joey 264 

Altese, Chris 227 

Altman, Rochelle 336 

Amacker, Jonathan .... 53 

Amason, Stacy 208 

Amis, James Mark . . . 142, 
239, 366 

Anderson, Albert 312 

Anderson, Allee . 201,290, 
420 

Anderson, Angie 336 

Anderson, Brian 1 03 

Anderson, Charlie ... 106, 
110, 111 
Anderson, Cindy Y ... 290 
Anderson, Contenia . . . 50, 
290 
Anderson, Herman . . . 336 
Anderson, Stacie M . . . 366 
Anderson, Tiffany .... 214 
Anderson, Tonya Lasonya 

221, 290 

Anderson, Treddis ... 101, 

103 

Anderson, Yolanda C . 290 

Anding, Richard 336 

Andrews, Amy 336 

Andrison, Dennis M . . 290 

Anklam, Elizabeth . . . 142, 

222, 231 

Anne, Green Leigh . . . 379 

Anthony, James 336 

Anthony, Jim .... 183,196 
Anthony, Lea ... 228, 336 

Anthony, Robyn 229, 

244, 250, 336 

Antici, Philip 191 

Archer, Jeffrey . . 210, 244 

Archer, Kevin Hughes 

290 

Archer, Lisa 249 

Ard,Jennifer .... 187,202 

Ard, Steven 336 

Arick, Douglas 229 

Arledge, Amy 219, 366 

Armi stead, Daniel .... 312 
Armstrong, Christopher . . . 
366 
Armstrong, Kimberly 93, 
142,248,366 
Armstrong, Michael D 



229, 366 

Armstrong, Patri 93 

Arnold, James Todd . . 39, 
366 

Arnold, Tripp 207 

Arthur, Sean 227 

Ashford, Nikita Lunger .... 
220, 366 

Ashley, Dawn 336 

Ashley, Katie 209 

Ashmore, Tamila 312 

Ashmore, Tammy . . . 184, 
200 

Assel, Joe 227 

Atkins, Amanda Leigh 

290 

Atkins, Brian 249 

Atkins, Harold 312 

Atkins, Jennifer 336 

Atkinson, Gay 197 

Atkison. Susie 225 

Atkisson, Sheri 312 

Atterberry, Terrilyn . . 1 84 

Aufderheide, Edward H ... 

290 

Aultman, Anne Lanise 

366 

Aultman, Lisa .... 93, 336 

Ausborn, Amy Lynnette . . . 

366 

Auton, Lisa Marie ... 201, 

290 

Autry, Nancy Catherine .... 

367 

Avery, Kelly Marie . . . 290 

Axton, Kevin 103 

Aycock, Steven 395 



B 



Baber, Darla Julia 
Bachner, Fred . . 192, 

Badia-Moro, Isabel C . . 

Bagwell, Corey 

Bagwell, Nancy Ann . . 
Baham, Mandy ... 234 

Bailey, Chip 

Bailey, Jeffery Lynn . . 
Bailey, Jennifer . . 229 

Bain, Walter 5 

Baird, George ... 187, 

Baker, Brian 

Baker, Stephen 

Baker, Steve 

Balgord, Anna 

Ball, Barbara Jean . . . 

Ball, Stacy . . . 202, 251, 

Ballard, Hugh 

Ballard, Rhonda 

Bane, Mary Rebecca . . . 
Banes, Sandra ... 197 

Banks, Alison 

Banks, Ashley 

Barbee, Craig Anthony 

Barber, Mitchell Evan . 



290 
213, 
367 
290 
336 
367 
367 
220 
290 
312 
103 
i 264, 
336 
253 
. 47 
235 
337 
187, 
367 
, 337 
103 
337 
290 
210, 
337 
312 
312 

367 



Barclay, Anthony 

Barger, Melissa Joy . . . 
Barker, Granville .... 

Barkley, Richard M . . . 
Barlow, Maria D .... 

199,201, 223 

Barlow, Michelle 

Barlow, Stephen 

Barnes, Apryl .... 233 
Barnes, Betsy Dawn . . 

Barnes, Brian Daniel . . 
Barnes, Jeanette M . . . . 
Barnes, Scotty Wayne 

142, 186, 337 
Barnes, Stephi .... 85 
Barnes, Stephanie . . . 

255 ; 
Barnett, Lorena Maxine 



29 1 
291 
307 

207, 
337 
367 
142, 

,367 
337 
264 

,337 

239, 
367 
307 
367 



Barnett, Lori 

Barnette, Benjamin . . 

Barr, Tamela 

Barr, Tara 114 

Barras, Scott 

Barron, Stephen 

Bartell, John 

Basic, Christopher .... 

Bass, Cindi 

Bass, Curtis 

Bassett, Tonya 

Bateman, Lanny 



,367 
,224 
224, 
,312 

291 
244 

208 
367 
.337 
247 
203 
227 
200 
232 
312 
337 
228 



Batson, Allyson 196 

Batson, Beth . . 93, 202, 238 

Batson, Elizabeth 337 

Batson, Laurie 337 

Batte, Chris 234 

Batten, Susan Diane . . . 85, 
291 

Bauers, Melissa 40 

Baugh, Tom 264 

Baugher, Jennifer .... 337 
Baughman, Matthew . . 312 
Beachum, Amy ... 198, 312 

Beachum, Andy 47 

Beale, Jodi 222 

Beam, Jeremy A 367 

Bearden, Tina 249 

Beasley, Charles 337 

Beasley, Kathleen 229 

Beavers, Charles . . 209, 337 
Beavers, Martin .. 212,245 

Beck, Allan 43 

Beck, David 229 

Beckham, Kerie 337 

Beckham, Melissa 367 

Beckham, Wanda Michelle 

367 

Beech, Donna Lisa .... 367 

Beene, Gina Arlynn . . 244, 

250,291 

Behnke, Brad 227 

Bekurs, Charles 337 

Belford, Amy 44, 239, 

244 
Bell, Bessie Marie .... 367 

Bell, Kathryn 337 

Bell, Kristin 51 

Bell, Shea 103 

Bell, Thomas 312 

Bembenek, Jim 227 

Beneke, Tory .... 209, 421 

Beneke, Victoria 337 

Benjamin, Scott . . 203, 207 
Bennett, Andre ... 103, 313 

Bennett, Brian Patrick 

291 

Bennett, John C 367 

Bennett, Shawna . 200, 3 1 3 

Benthall, Jessica Baker .... 

247, 367 

Benton, Bradley MSP" 

Benton, David Earl . . . 291 

Benton, Rachel 337 

Benway, Tracy Nadine . . . , 

53, 291 

Berch, Cassondra . . . ? ,J85, 

337 

Bergiel, Erich Blaise .291 

Bern hart, Laura , 337 

Berry, Elizabeth Thomas . . . 
367 

Berry, Stacfe 182,183 

Berryhill, Susan 313 

Bethea, Leslie Lee ... 182, 
219,223,367 

Belts, Joseph 234 

Betts, Waymon Stennis .... 
367 

Beyer, Derek 337 

Bhattacharya, Ritika . 220, 

229,313 

Bickingham, Jillian ... 314 

Biddle, Leslie 229 

Bigelow, Jaclynn 291 

Bigelow, Jason Edward .... 
49, 291 

Bigham, Scott 264 

Bill tips, Reginald L ... 291 
Bingham, Sharunda ... 313 

Binkley, Christy 235 

Bishop, Gina 367 

Bishop, Jannette . . 233,251 

Bishop, Tellie Ann . . 209, 

367 

Bivins, Damon Ray . . . 367 

Black, Bailey Jean 368 

Black, George 213 

Black, Howard 313 

Black, Letha 29 1 , 42 1 

Black, Michelle 313 

Black, Stephanie 337 

Blackledge, Brett 244 

Blacklidge, Ginger R . 251, 

291 

Blair, Keith . 189,208,214 

Blake, Melanie 337 

Blake, Traci 209, 291 

Blakeney, Gena Corina .... 
234 

Blakeney, Gena Renee 

368 

Blalock, Jared 198 

Blanco, Demmie . 240, 242, 

349, 368, 420 

Bland, Louanne 368 



Blaney, Ben 211 

Blaney, Virginia 211 

Blanton, Shane 248 

Blanton, Vicki 244 

Block, Dale 103 

Bloesch, Michael .... 191, 
220, 223 

Blount, Mike 195 

Bobbitt, Chip 191 

Bobbitt, Lori 249 

Bodron, Allen 191 

Boey, Terrance 231 

Boggan, Crystal 249 

Boggan, Nathan 313 

Boggs, Ginger Gale ... 368 
Bohannon, Andraco . . 185, 
234,313 
Bohannon, Andrew . . . 228 
Boland, John Joseph . . 29 1 

Boleware, Susan 228 

Bolin, Tina 237 

Bolton, Annette 291 

Bonds, Scott .... 199,201, 
229, 239 

Bonds, Vicki 233 

Bonner, Alan 214 

Bonner, Janet 38 

Booker, Dana .... 201,221 

Booker, Ken 212, 245 

Booker, Kenneth Robert . . . 

212, 245, 368 

Booker, Yolanda Ann . 291 

Boone, Jennifer Lea ... 291 

Borst, Benny 188 

Borst, Michelle Marie . 291 
Bosarge, Charlotte .... 185 

Bosarge, Chris 103 

Bostick, Lisa 245 

Boswell, Peter John ... 291 
Bottino, Claudia Jean . . 291 

Bounds, Steve T. 191 

Bourgeois, Thomas . . . 224 

Bourland, Shea , 227 

Bowen, Russ 200 

Bowefi, Russell Wayne . 

jf %. 200, 368 

Bowen, Wes .... ,95,217, 

229, 313 

Bower, Tj*w 237 

Bowers, Melissa 39 

Bowers, Michael 195 

Bowlin, Bo 200 

Bowlin, Christoph G .. 291 

Bowlin, Mary 313 

'Bowling, Michael A . . 240, 

243, 368 
Bowman, Rae Lynette 

244, 368 

Box, David R 209 

Box, Gina Leigh . . 248, 291 

Boyd, Billy 236 

Boyd, Bradley 244 

Boyd, Cabrina Thora .. 291 
Boyd, Christopher ... 201, 

313 

Boyd, Daniel . . 96, 98, 103 

Boyd, Michael .. 143,230, 

234, 338, 368 

Boyer, Mary Beth 368 

Boykin, Diane 338 

Boykin, Julie .... 182, 313 

Boykin, Kim 1 96, 209 

Boykin, Louie F 368 

Boykin, Paul 214 

Bozeman, Teresa 369 

Brabham, Kim 338 

Braddock, Danny 338 

Braddock, Melinda .... 338 

Brad field, Mark 313 

Bradford, Camille .... 338 

Bradley, Aimee Lorraine . . . 

369 

Bradley, Kim .... 192,244 

Brady, Adrienne Man 

203, 291 

Branch, Charlotte Aldy .... 

291 

Branch, John 103 

Branch, Stephanie Leigh . . . 

251,291 

Brand, Kareader . 194,313 

Brand, Rebecca Jean . . 29 1 

Brandon, Carl 212 

Brandon, Jerri 338 

Branscome, William 253, 

369 

Branson, Carl W . 245, 369 

Brantley, Bethany .... 338 

Brantley, Emmy Lynn 

369 

Brantley, Jeri 313 

Brantley, Marissa Leann . . . 

369 

Brasfield, Charles 313 



Brasfield, Rebecca . . . 247, 
338 
Brasfield, Robert E . . . 369 
Braswell, Amy Lynn .. 291 
Bratton, Scott . . . 230, 249, 
250 

Breazeale, Tracy Lynn 

369 
Breedlove, Wanda .... 338 

Breland, Carol L 369 

Breland, Richard Tony .... 
188, 369 

Brennan, Lippie 313 

Brents, Anna 93, 369 

Brett, John Christopher .... 

291 

Brewer, Tanya Lea .... 369 

Brey, Terrance 222 

Bridgeman, Karen .... 235 

Bridges, Kim 228 

Bridges, Kimberly Lynn . . . 

228, 369 

Bridges, Melanie Leigh .... 

291 

Bridges, Patrick 229 

Bridges, Sarah Jean ... 369 

Bridgman, Karen 313 

Briggs, Stephaine 204 

Bright, Jenni 196 

Brightwell, Ronald B . . 369 
Brignac, Rene' . . . 203, 292 

Brinkley, Jodi 211 

Brister, Tim 226 

Brister, Timothy 313 

Britt, Cristi 40 

Britt, Julie Ann 369 

Brock, Royal 313 

Brookhart, Nina . . 196, 229 
Brooks, Gina ... 143, 195, 
369 
Brooks, Jennifer Lea . . 292 
Brooks, Kevin Duane . . 39, 
143, 185, 369 

Brooks, Kristen 229 

Brooks, Michael 206 

Brooks, Raymond .... 46, 
355, 369 

Brooks, Tom 264 

Brooks, Vicki 250 

Broome, Elaine 210 

Broussard, Shannon C 

370 
Brown, Aaron C . . 198,370 

Brown, Amy 313 

Brown, Bob 202 

Brown, Carolyn A ... 240, 

370 

Brown, Christopher ... 313 

Brown, Darren Douglas .... 

208, 228, 370 

Brown, Darrly 237 

Brown, Darry 237 

Brown, Donna 338 

Brown, Howard .. 38,143, 

207, 239 

Brown, Janet Lee .... 244, 

370 

Brown, Jena 338 

Brown, Jerome .... 96, 103 

Brown, Jerry 249 

Brown, Jim 207, 338 

Brown, Katherine .... 209 

Brown, Kelly Jo 370 

Brown, Kimberly .... 202, 
338 

Brown, Laray 209 

Brown, Larry .... 209, 214 
Brown, Lashondaraye . 292 
Brown, Marty .... 196, 313 

Brown, Melanie 229 

Brown, Melissa 204 

Brown, Michelle . . 218, 251 

Brown, Nathaniel 370 

Brown, Randy 103 

Brown, Russ 231 

Brown, Ryan 314 

Brown, Salley 314 

Brown, Sandra 314 

Brown, Scott 53 

Brown, Sterling 338 

Brown, Terry .... 209, 292 

Brown, Tina 338 

Brown, Todd 253 

Brown, Tonya 338 

Brown, Torrance 103 

Brown, William Edward . . . 
370 
Browne, Katherine E . . 370 
Browning, Susan Lanelle . . . 
370 
Brownyard, Robert ... 314 

Bruce, Stacie R 370 

Brumbelon, Gary J 46 

Brumbelow, Gary Joe . 292 



Brumfield, Christe .... 239 
Brumfield, Christie ... 239 
Brumfield, Christy . . . 202, 
224, 338 
Bryan, John T .. 183,184, 
200, 292 

Bryan, Owen 314 

Bryant, Andrew 338 

Bryant, Angie 338 

Bryant, Carey Bennard .... 

370 

Bryant, Kelly Denise . 187, 

195, 370 

Bryant, Kevin Lamar . . 370 

Bryant, Lance 249 

Bryant, Robby 198 

Buchanan, Curtis A . . . 370 
Buchanan, Michael Shane . 

370 
Buckingham, Jillian ... 229 

Buckley, Keith 192 

Buckner, Donnie M . . . 370 

Buckner, Jennifer Pace .... 

370 

Buckner, Rex 110 

Buda, Joseph Steven . . . 292 

Buie, Luther Tillman . 232, 

370 

Bullard, Darrell 338 

Bullock, Anthony 339 

Bullock, Emily Nicole . 292 

Bumpers, Shawn 229 

Bunch, Sara 314 

Bunrside, Paige 314 

Buntyn, Gina Marie . . . 370 
Burch, Joe Carroll .... 292 
Burcham, Brian C .... 370 
Burchfield, Krista D . 196, 
292 

Burchfield, Robin 339 

Burdine, William B . . . 370 

Burge, Richard D 370 

Burger, Andrea . . 200, 339 

Burger, Jenny . . . 209, 220, 

314 

Burger, Rebecca . . 186,339 

Burgess, Stacy Lauren 

292 

Burian, Ron .... 240, 242, 

243 

Burke, Matthew Thames . . . 

292 

Burke, Tom 1 03 

Burkes, Chris 209 

Burkhalter, Stacey .... 314 

Burks, Taylor 239 

Burnett, Clayton 234 

Burnett, Robin 314 

Burney, Barry Earl . . . 370 

Burnham, Kevin 230 

Burns, Melissa 339 

Burns, Molly ... 196,250, 

314 

Burns, Patrick Sean . . . 370 

Burns, Shawn 203 

Burns, Steven 264 

Burnside, Randy 275 

Burr, Mark 314, 420 

Burrage, Kim 233 

Burrow, Wade 314 

Burrus, Christopher . . . 339 

Burse, Ulyna 339 

Burt, David 203 

Burt, Jennifer 314 

Burt, Lori Ann 339 

Burt, Matt 215 

Burt, Robert 235 

Burton, Chelley . . 39, 220, 
240 

Burton, John W 370 

Burton, Leslye R . 143,370 

Burwell, Heather 339 

Busbee, J Kent 370 

Busbee, Tracy 235 

Busby, Barry 237, 238 

Bush, David Martin .. 144, 
191,223, 371 

Bush, Heath 200 

Bush, Helen Meyers . . 144, 
189, 214, 371 

Bush, James 314 

Bush, Margaret .. 194,339 

Bush, Terri Loyce .... 371 

Bushhart, Glynn .... 191, 

192,314 

Buskirk, Kimberly ... 251, 

339 

Butler, Allison Lee . . . 292 

Butler, Audrey Jean ... 371 

Butler, Dana Marie . . . 370 

Butler, Daniel George . 292 

Butler, Kelly Renee .. 217, 

371 

Butler, Lori 339 



411 



Butler, Rhonda Leigh 

193,292 
Butler, Susan Denise .. 371 

Butler, Yancey 339 

Byars, Angela 314 

Byler, Kym 244 

Byrd, Bryan 234 

Byrd, Elizabeth Kellie 37 1 
Byrd, Martha 41,93 

c 

Cade, John 223 

Cade, Lisa 204 

Cade, William Benjamin . . . 

292 

Caine, Evan 221 

Calais, Aimee 93, 200, 

202,218, 229, 339 

Caldwell, Frank 191 

Caldwell, Matt 103 

Callaway, Cooper .... 182, 

207, 253 

Callaway, Kerri R . . . 200, 

292 
Calloway, Lamonica R 

371 
Calvert, Jack Andrew . 189, 

371 
Cammack, Abner Sam . 292 
Cammack, Jereld Francis . . . 

371 

Campbell, Christopher 

185, 314 

Campbell, Elizabeth ... 314 

Campbell, Kim . . . 197,209 

Campbell, Kimberly . . 197, 

209,314 

Campbell, Marcia 292 

Campbell, Stacy 39 

Campbell, Stephanie A .... 

187,292 

Campeau, Christopher P . . . 

371 
Cantrell, Stephen .... 210, 

339 

Caperton, Thad .. 229,314 

Caraway, Mary J .... 191, 

223,244, 371 

Carbin, Johny 207 

Cardwell, Joe 211 

Carleton, Robert W .. 219, 

253,371 

Carley, Christy Lee ... 39, 

144, 195,224,239,371 

Carley, Holland . . 232, 371 

Carothers, Russ 220 

Carouthers, Veronica . . 292 
Carpenter, Casey Lynne . . . 

292 

Carpenter, Kelly 234 

Carpenter, Matt 1 06 

Carpenter, Travis 247 

Carr, Jonathan Walter 

292 

Carr, Keith 103 

Carr, Timothy 339 

Carr, Tony Derwin ... 371 
Carraway, William Craig . . . 

292 

Carroll, Frank T 371 

Carroll, Herman . . 97, 98, 

103 

Carroll, Michael Alan . 292 

Carrothers, Jeffrey .... 314 

Carruth, Christopher . 201, 

235, 339 

Carruth, Tammy 340 

Carson, Billy L . . . 204, 371 
Carson, Dorsey . . . 229. 340 

Carte, Matthew 314 

Carter, Christopher . . . 340 
Carter, Jacqueline L . . . 292 
Carter, Julie .... 244,249, 

250 

Carter, Nicolle 117 

Carter, Pamela Jeanette .... 

371 

Carter, Shannon 194 

Cartman, Cecilia 203 

Case, Clinton 314 

Case, Sarah Elizabeth . . 292 

Casey, Robert B 292 

Castelli, Staephanie . . . 340 

Castle, Tim 211 

Castle, Timothy .. 211,340 

Castleberry, Wendy L 

239,371 

Catchot, Bobby 203 

Cater, Christy 340 

Catlett, Jeffery 340 

Cavazos, Vickie 208 

Cedarburg, John 1 09 

Chamberlin, Melissa . . 340 
Chambers, Letitia 340 



Chambers, Tarsha 
Champion, Shane . 



255 
226, 
340 
371 
208 
235 
314 
315 
340 
183 



Chandler, Laura Beth 
Chandler, Matthew 
Chandler, Missy . . 
Channell, Sandra . 
Chaplain, Chris . . 
Chapman, Mershon 
Chapman, Tammy 
Chatham, David Lindley . . . 
232, 371 
Chatterton, Ellis K .... 371 
Cheaney, James Daniel .... 

371 
Cheatham, Anna . 48,216, 

315 
Cheek, Tommi Ellen . . 293 
Cheema, Mubashir Akhtar . . 
225, 240, 242, 293 
Chen, Ian A . 144, 192,228 
Chen, Linda Celia .... 371 
Cherry, Clayton Lamar .... 

293 

Chicchetti, Shawn 85 

Childer, Lin 211 

Childers, Lanna 340 

Childers, Melanie 220 

Childers, Shane . . 264, 340 
Childress, David . . 189,214 

Childs, Bennie 340 

Chin, Tiffany Tran ... 371 
Chipley, Robert Ellis . . 293 
Chishom, Robert Allen 

228, 371 

Chittom, Celena 340 

Chow, Lily 340 

Chrisco, Cindy ... 251, 340 

Christensen, Pernille H . . . . 

183,293 

Chunn, Kevin 185, 315 

Church, David 340 

Churchfield, Natalie ... 44 

Cicchetti, Shawn 315 

Claburn, Adrian Paige 

293 

Clanton, Curt 103 

Clapper, Lee Knight .. 371 

Clark, Aaron 227 

Clark, Angela 232, 340 

Clark, Cathy 117, 293 

Clark, Cheryl Y 372 

Clark, Danny 103 

Clark, Darrin 103 

Clark, Dennis 235 

Clark, Jeffrey S .. 182,372 
Clark, Jonathan L ... 372 
Clark, Lori Ann . . 247, 372 
Clark, Mechell . 185, 221, 

340 

Clark, Michelle 419 

Clark, Patricia Ann . . 247, 

372 

Clark, Rachel 85 

Clark, Toni 340 

Clarke, Allan C 372 

Clarke, Byron . . . 240, 241, 

243 

Clay, Christina 93 

Clay, Michelle 204 

Clay, Ursula Yvette ... 372 
Clayton, Belinda Jean . 372 

Clayton, Beth 186, 315 

Clayton, Jane 218 

Clayton, Kathryn .... 229, 

315 
Clayton, Mary 229 



Clayton, Melanie 

Clemmer, Jodie Gail . 
Cleveland, Mary C . . . 

Cliffe, Cathleen Elaine 



340 
293 

lit. 
372 

372 

3 I 5 



Clifford, Cynthia . 

Cline, Nolin Dale . . .293 

Cloman, Jimmy 210 

Clowers, Holly 229 

Cobbins, Preston . 252, 275 

Cochran, Christy 236 

Cochran, Virginia . . . 203, 

341 

Cody, Earnest 208 

Coggin, Larry Wayne . 372 

Coggin, Tommy 315 

Coker, Charles Martelle .... 

372 

Coker, Russell A 372 

Coker, Tabitha L 372 

Cole, Mark 341 

Cole, Michael Stuart . . 372 

Cole, Theodore R 293 

Coleman, Ann 236 

Coleman, Ashley 341 

Coleman, Brandy 83 



Coleman, David .. 208,231 

Coleman, Keo ... 5, 98, 103 

Coleman, Kimberly Jean . . . 

145,372 

Coleman, Leigh 315 

Coleman, Shawn Michael . . 

372 
Coleman, Susan .. 241,244 

Coleman, Tabitha 341 

Coleman, Tracy Carol . 293 

Colemen, Jennifer .... 341 

Collier, Gerald Patrick .... 

145, 210, 372 

Collier, Kimberly 341 

Collier, Melvin 315 

Collins, Cory ... 186,200, 

250 
Collins, Dana ... 134, 145, 

204 

Collins, Jeff 184 

Collins, Jesse ... 226,252, 

275 
Collins, Kimberly Ann .... 

293 

Collins, Kym 193 

Collins, Linda Ruth ... 372 
Collins, Mary Helen . 239, 

372 
Collins, Mitsy Gale ... 372 
Collins, Wendy . . 184, 215, 

341 
Co 1 1 u ins, Amanda Jean .... 

372 
Coltrin, Rebecca Lynne .... 

293 

Colvin, Lynn 218,251 

Combs, Christie Lynn 

145,372 

Combs, Eric 46, 341 

Combs, Leon L 228 

Combs, Mary Ann ... 372 

Commack,Jendd 192 

Compton, Katherine . . 315 

Concaimon, Cr.iig.M . . 372 

Condon, Carol Ann . . 249, 

250, 294 

Conley, Nancy K 294 

Conn, Jennifer ,',.. 209,315 

Conn, Lance 103 

Connelly, John 341 

Conner, James Bernard . 

294 
Connwill, Robert ...... 42 

Converse, Kenneth Clark . . „ 

294 
Conway, Martin ...... 341 

Conwill, Melissa 341 

Cook, Craig 220 

Cook, Gregory 103 

Cook, Jason Daniel . . . 293 
Cook, Jeff . . 201,208, 341 
Cook, Stacy Lee-Ann . . 293 
Cook, Stephen . . 237, 238, 

275 

Cooley, Emily 315 

Cooley, Robin 195 

Cooper, Charles Tyrone . . . 

293 
Cooper, Johnnie Susan .... 

293 

Cooper, Josh Wilson . . 293 

Cooper, Marianne .... 341 

Cooper, Mary Katherine . . . 

196, 372 

Cooper, Melvin 315 

Cooper, Mike ... 182, 239, 

372 

Cooper, Patricia 341 

Cooper, Stephen 239 

Cooper, Yolanda Elaine .... 
40, 372 
Copeland, Anderson 187 

Copeland, Andrew .... 195 
Copeland, George E . . . 294 

Copeland, James 250 

Copeland, Laura Ann 

192,373 
Corbin, Johnny .. 182,207 

Corbin, Tiffani 85 

Corbitt, Allison . 251,252, 

255 
Corbitt, Paul Douglas . 294 

Corley, Camala 341 

Cornelius, Jesse Jerome .... 

373 

Cornett, Vince 229 

Cotting, Malcolm 315 

Cotton, Lori 211 

Couch, Kevin 183 

Couch, Kim 203 

Couch, Laurie Lynn . . 223, 

373 

Couch, Terry 341 

Counce, James R 373 

Covington, Trena 373 



Coward, Debbie 34 1 

Cowles, Julie .... 208,229 

Cowling, William Dean .... 

249, 373 

Cox, Adrienne 209 

Cox, Aretha Shea 294 

Cox, Jeff 201 

Cox, Jennifer 229,341 

Cox, Meredith .. 196,224, 

341 
Cox, Michael Allen . . . 294 
Cox, Patrick Martin . . . 373 

Cox, Penny 200, 218 

Cox, Schiquita 41 

Cox, Tonya 315 

Cox, Walter 315 

Coxwell, Gina Kay .... 373 

Crabtree, Kim . . . 240, 241, 

243, 373 

Crace, Nathan 316 

Craig, Christy 373 

Crain, Jesse D 373 

Crain, Roger D . . . 191, 223 

Crain, Roger W 191 

Cramer, Matthew James .... 

294 

Crane, Dixie 341 

Crane, Michel 341 

Cranston, Christian ... 341 
Crawford, Mamie K .. 212, 
245,373 
Crawford, Mhanta .... 316 
Crawley, Kathlyn Paige .... 
247, 373 
Crawley, Michael ... 5, 103 

Crecink, Marcia 341 

Creel, Jodee 251 

Crew, Laura Elizabeth 

373 
Criddle, Julie . . . 207,219, 

341 

Criss, Dexter L 192 

Crocker, Chena Conner .... 

373 

Crocker, Floyd 236 

Crocker, William 341 

Cronier, Jennifer .. 39,41, 

341 
Crosby, Thomas W . . . 237, 

373 

Cross, Claudia 34 1 

Crotwell, Dana 341 

Crouch, Michael 316 

Cr<jw4er, Jennifer ... 249 

Crowe, Michael Shane 

208,228,373 
Crowley, Cindy . 240, 242, 

316 
Crown i nswield, Wayne .... 

214 
Crum, Candace Dawn . 373 

Crum, KtisA 341 

Crump, Demetria 219 

Crump, Karen L 373 

Crunk, Cynthia Anne . . 294 
Crutchfield, Natalie ... 373 
Cuccaro, Kimberly ... 187, 

342 

Cuicchi, Christine . . . 200, 

229,316 

( ii Hum, Johnny . 43 

Cummings, Amy L . . . . 374 

Cummings, Andy 244 

Cummings, Angela S . . 374 

Cummings, Doug 234 

Cummings, Marsha . . . 342 

Cummins, Beth . 186, 196, 

200, 316 

Cummins, Gene . . 194, 235 

Cummins, Robert 342 

Cupit, Dana 232 

Curlin, Tom . ... 183,244, 

342 

Currie, Clayton 316 

Currie, James Brian .. 232, 

374 

Currie, Romano 316 

Curtis, Johnny 103 

Curtis, Kathy 195 

Curtis, Kimberl;y 342 

Cutner, Phillip 237 

Cutrer, Phillip 238 

Cwiklik, Gwendolyn 240, 

342 

D 

Dade, Casey 200 

Dahlem, James Gregory .... 

294 

Dailey, Stephanie .. 85,316 

Dale, Holly 229, 316 

Dallas, Andrea Denise 

182, 246, 294 
Dallas, Joseph 316 



Danaghe, Terry 20 1 

Daniel, Chuck 106 

Daniel, William 316 

Daniels, Rebecca ...... 85 

Dante, Charles 264 

Darby, Chanda Ann . . . 294 

Darden, Julie 1 97 

Dare, Casey 198 

Darmer, Drew 230 

Darmer, Penny 218 

Davenport, Higel 238 

Davenport, Jenny 202 

Davenport, Jericho .... 236 
Daves, Bridget! Renae 

294 
Davidson, Charlie .... 103 
Davidson, Donald Milton . . 

294 
Davidson, Gary . . 236, 238 

Davidson, Lee 264 

Davis, Anne 220, 342 

Davis, Ashlye 117, 202 

Davis, Brian .... 214, 316, 

342 

Davis, Chris 342 

Davis, Detra Kanice . . . 294 
Davis, Ethel . 249, 250, 316 
Davis, Hiram Eddie . . . 374 
Davis, James Muse .... 374 
Davis, Jennifer . . . 229, 342 

Davis, John 191, 420 

Davis, Kimberly .. 229,316 
Davis, Laurence Samuel . . . 

294 

Davis, Louis 342 

Davis, Marshall K ... 196, 

374 
Davis, Micheal ... 102, 103 
Davis, Sharron Nycole 

294 

Day, Shane 197, 264 

Day, Sharon Jeanette . 195, 

374 

Day, Tonya 250, 342 

Dean, Carl 316 

Dean, Kimberly . . 233.316 

Dean, Susan 200 

Dearhs, Claude 342 

Dearman, Michael C . 374, 

391 
Dearman, Timothy Dale . . . 

374 

Deaton, Johnna 85 

Deaton, Linda 210 

DeBardelaben, Kelly . . 250 
Debardelaben, Marcy . 198, 

247, 316 

Dees, Debbie A 374 

Dees, Ginny 145, 199, 

201. 202, 374 

Dees, Marcus 103 

DeFore, Lora 218 

Degroote, Jessica B 246, 

248, 294 

Demoran, Philip 316 

Denley, Laura Lee .... 374 
Dennis, Kathryn . 229,316 

Dent, Adrian 221.316 

Denton, Dee 264 

Denton, Michael 39, 248, 

374 
DePriest, Shandra .... 244 
Devender, Bruce Van . . 1 99 

Deveroux, Ian Derrick 

206, 216 

Dew, Angela Franklin 

228, 374 
Dew, Charles Thomas . 374 

Dew, Janice 209 

Dewalt, Bradley William . . 

294 

Dewolf, Wendy 342 

Dey, Sushobhon Charles . . . 

294 

Dhonau, Melody 316 

Diana, Joseph 236 

Dick, Christopher Scott .... 

374 
Dickens, Charles S . . . . 374 

Dickey, Jeffrey 316 

Dickson, Billy C 374 

Dieckhoff, Michael . 42, 

206 
Dieterich, Brit . . . 207, 219 

Dikes, Brian 232 

Dikes, Greg 208 

Dill, William 342 

Dismuke, Tawanda . . . 252 

Dispascal, Dominick . . 342 

Dix, Reeshemah I ." I one . . . 

146,374 

Dixon, Kim 187, 374 

Dixon, Patrick 39, 49 

Dobbs, Amy Rebekah 185. 
200, 294 



Dougherty, Karla 
Doughty, William 



Dobbs, Greg 226 

Dobson, Duane 342 

Dodd, Becky 247 

Dodd, Rebecca Nail . . 247, 

374 
Doggett, Wendy . 200,316, 

319 

Doll, Melissa 201, 316 

Dollar, Mary Katherine .... 

182, 185, 202, 212,239 

Dollar, Rebecca ... 85,316 

Dolley, Stephanie 342 

Donaghe, Kelly 342 

Donaghe, Terry Allan 

374 

Donahoo, Paul 342 

Donahoo, Susan 197 

Donald, Patrick ... 42, 206 
Dong, Kimberly . . 185, 316 

Donlin, Chuck 253 

Donnaway, Joseph R . 203, 

294 
Dorizas, John Angelo . . 374 

Dorizas, Niki 39, 220 

Dorroh, Stephanie .... 342 

Dorset!, Meg 231 

Dorsey, Katrina 39 

Doss, Kelum 220 

Doss, Stephanie Lynn 

218,294 

Dougherty, Amy 200 

217, 

316 

182, 

342 

Douglas, Amy Tana . . . 374 

Douglas, Dedra 93, 232 

Douglas, Shannon Marie . . . 

85, 374 

Dove, Allen 185 

Dowdy, Amy Beth .... 374 

Downey, Janet Elizabeth . . . 

50. 193,203, 294 

Downs, Laticia 317 

Downs, Regina Lynn . 195, 

375 

Draffen.John 317 

Drake, Rithie 193 

Drake, Ruth Anne .... 294 

Draper, Mike 208 

Drewery, Kimberly Dawn . . 
211, 375 

DuBard, Michelle 247 

Dubose, Enrique M ... 294 
Duca, Michelle E . 146, 375 

Duck, Reberta 221 

Duckworth, Diane ... 219, 

375 
Duke, Rodney Dwight . 375 

Dukes, Amy 196 

Dulaney, Brett 49, 227 

Dulaney, George Brock .... 

375 

Dunaway, Amy Denise 

193,375 

Duncan, Beth 189 

Duncan, Christy 229 

Duncan, Elizabeth Rawls . . . 

146 
Duncan, Katherine .... 317 

Duncan, Laura 343 

Duncan, Timothy Scott 



Dunehew, Jenny Lynn 



295 



295 
375 
343 



Dunn, Kenneth Ray 
Dunning, Catherine 

Dupert, Donnell 239 

Duplessis, Linda 317 

Dupre, Kenneth Patrick .... 

375 

Dupree, James Jacob . . 375 

Durbin, Vance 218 

Durham, Kenna . . 317,419 

Duscay, Jennifer 317 

Duty, Jennifer . . . 249, 250 

Duvall, Anne 343 

Dye, Randy 182 

Dyer, Howard 229 

Dykes, Amy 191 

Dykes, Robert 343 



E 



Eakes, Connie Lynn . . . 39, 

187,375 

Easley.Joan . 229,245,317 

Easley, Joel Edward . . 200, 

295 

Easley, Lynn 247 

Easley, Shelton 317 

Easom, Kristie Leigh . 217, 

218,375 

East, Allison 186 

Easterling, Lagina S . . . 85, 



183, 295 

Eaves, Charles 207 

Echols, Andrea ... 201, 221 

Ecke, April 229, 317 

Eckelberry, Todd 38 

Edens, Mylissa 317 

Edgar, Will 239 

Edge, Kelli 234 

Edgens, Diana 211 

Edmond, Tasha 343 

Edmonson, Owen .... 202, 
212, 239,251,343 

Edwards, April 343 

Edwards, Elmira 375 

Edwards, Jabari 103 

Edwards, Jason 231 

Edwards, Jennifer N . 211, 
295 

Edwards, Sherrie 317 

Edwards, Trenell .... 101, 

103 

Egdorf, Janelle E . . . . 250, 

375 

Egdorf, Lee 249 

Ehodman, Erna 184 

Ehrghott, John 229 

Eichelberger, Rhonda . 317 

Eidson, Marsha B 375 

Eiland, Steve .... 221, 343 
Elam, Sandy David .... 375 

Elbert, Brian 38 

Eliason, Shannon 249 

Elisar, Kathy . . 85, 87, 295 

Elledge, Candice Ann 

244, 376 

Elledge, Mike 230. 343 

Elliot, Karilynn 93 

Ellis, Carolyn 196 

Ellis, Ken 46 

Ellis, Kenyon L 295 

Ellis, Laura McDonald .... 
202, 376 

Ellis, Noel 103 

Ellis, Pamela Suzanne 

217, 376 

Ellis, William B 203, 376 

Elwell, Eric William . . 295 

Embry, Donald Jason . 232, 

376 

Emerson, Terry 197 

Emery, Adele .... 235, 343 

Emfinger, Lance 234 

England, Tracy 317 

England, Trent 250 

Enteshari, Fariba 376 

Epperson, Scot 1 98 

Epps, Nicole 295 

Epps, Tyler 234 

Erwin, Scott 250, 343 

Estes, Alicia Marchel . . 376 

Estes, Sabrina 343 

Etheridge, Kimberly . . 317 
Eubanks, Jennifer .... 317 

Eubanks, Thomas 343 

Eubanks, Trent 344 

Evans, Brian .... 208, 229, 
344 

Evans, Carey 317 

Evans, David 183 

Evans, Edward H . . . . 236, 

376 

Evans, Joe Calton .. . 196, 

230, 249, 376 

Evans, Park 109 

Evans, Shandre Renae 

295 

Everett, Lauren 344 

Everett, Nancie . 244, 250, 
344 

Evetts, Shelly 344 

Ewing, Adam .... 252, 275 
Ewing, Chandler . 182,186 

Ewing, Chris 39, 231 

Ewing, Thomas E 376 

Ezell, Rita 198 

Ezell, Terresa 229 

F 

Fabley, Terry 196 

Fager, Genevieve 132 

Fair, Felix 49 

Fancher, Mark 198 

Fancher, Michelle .... 39, 
186,200 

Fang, Kwoting 207 

Farooq, Khalid 211 

Farr, Carla 209 

Farris, Hunter 200 

Fan-is, Janet 39 

Farrukh, Usmani 225 

Faucher, Mark 46 

Fayard, Starlette D . . . . 51, 
295 



Felder, Jennifer 344 

Felder, Rickey Paul ... 376 

Felks, Laura 344 

Fellows, Eric 227 

Fells, Delicia Garnett . 263, 

376 

Ferguson, C Scott .... 146, 

222,231 

Ferguson, Randal 238 

Ferrell, Patricia 195 

Ferretti, John 317 

Fields, Christopher A . 295 

Fields, Karen 239 

Files, Amelia 317 

Finch, Jeffrey Brian ... 376 

Finch, Jim 220 

Finch, Tanya Kay 376 

Fink, Melanie 40 

Finnegan, Kevin 238 

Firle, Christopher M . 103, 
146 

Fisher, Marsha 317 

Fisher, Tamara Marie . 376 

Fisher, Terry 249 

Fitzgerald, Carlton .... 227 

Flanagan, Burin 344 

Flatgard, Spence ... 136, 
140, 182 

Flatt, Cora Leigh 376 

Flautt, Kristin . . 209, 229, 
239 

Flautt, Kristen 317 

Fleming, Andra 317 

Fleming, Ken 249 

Fleming, Laura Beth . 182, 
220 

Flessner, Robyn 117 

Flowers, Chad 344 

Flowers, Janet C 376 

Flowers, Sarah Ann . . . 295 

Floyd, Dana 344 

Floyd, Regina .... 244, 376 

Flynt, Timothy David 

212,245,376 

Fogg, Melissa Beth ... 192, 

376 

Fogle, Lasca .... 182, 209, 

344 

Fold, Jesse 191 

Fonck, Thaddeus B . . 200, 

295 

Fondren, Cecilia Ann . 377 

Fondren, Myra Kay . . 295 

Foote, Angela 344 

Ford, Allegra Michelle .... 
195,377,420 

Ford, Amy Kate 185 

Ford, Beverly 218 

Ford, David Russell ... 377 

Ford, Hollie 275 

Ford, Lee 97, 98, 103 

Ford, Leslie 317 

Ford, Mary 317 

Ford, Michael 230 

Ford, Robert 317 

Ford, Yolanda 344 

Fordam, Michelle 197 

Forrest, Darrin 275 

Forsman, Allen 220 

Forsman, Julie 250 

Fortenberry, Doug .... 200 

Fortenberry, Jennifer Lyn . . 

219 

Fortenberry, Laura ... 317 

Fortenberry, Lyn 183 

Fortenberry, William . 229, 

344 

Fortenbery, Betty C . . . 295 

Fortunato, Anna C . . . . 377 

Foster, Darrin 43 

Foster, Jamel .... 185,317 

Foster, Jarnel 246 

Foster, Jimmy 103 

Foster, Robert 344 

Foster, Tracey 317 

Fowler, Bryan 200 

Fox, Anthony Gibson . 377 

Fox, Christi Lee 377 

Fox, Peter 318 

Foxworth, Robert 227 

Foxx, Stacey 344 

Frank, Eileen 244 

Frank, Rick 230 

Franke, Dana 201 

Franklin, Chris 237 

Franklin, Michael 38 

Franklin, William T .377 

Franks, Alice 202 

Franks, David L 377 

Franks, Mitch .... 189, 214 
Franks, Stephanie ... 191 

Fraser, Keith 230 

Fratesi, Helen Paige . 196, 
295 



Frazier, Pamela .. 198,244 

Frederick, Lee 235 

Frederick, Melissa Leigh . . . 
196, 218, 219, 377 

Freeman, April 250 

Freeman, Tammie .... 318 
Freeswick, Shannon ... 318 

Freibert, Anna 344 

French, Brian 230 

French, Leanne 377 

Freret, Stephen R 295 

Frerichs, Mary Jane . . . 295 
Frost, Angela .... 318, 344 
Frost, Lisa Lynn .... 147, 

228, 377 

Fryar, Rebecca 344 

Frye, Charles Ray .... 295 

Frye, Chuck 186 

Fryery, John Watson . . 377 

Fu, Linda 219 

Fuhrmann, Scott 345 

Fulgham, Robert 318 

Fuller, Anne 93 

Fuller, Beth 93 

Fuller, Brian Lamar . . 147, 

253, 377 

Fuller, Jennifer M ... 295, 

344 

Fulton, Alan 234 

Funches, Thomas .... 222, 
231 

G 

Gaddis, Carter 250 

Gainey, Stephanie M . 204, 

377 

Gainey, Stephen M . . . . 377 

Gaither, Julia 345 

Galle, Melissa 345 

Galloway, Joyclyn T . 101, 
103,218,377 
Gamberine, John William 

377 

Gamble, Al Thomas . . 182, 

377 

Gamble, Veronica T . . . 377 

Gammill, William J ... 295 

Gandy, Jennifer 345 

Gandy, Kimberly 31§^ 

Gandy, Lula M jf95 

Gandy, Sharon Rebecca . , . , 

185,245, 375fe 
Garcia, Caroline ...... 203 : 

Gardner, Chris : , 103 

Gardner, Greg , , . 252, 275 

Gardner, Jetfery Stuart .... 

234, 377 

Gardner, Kristin .,,... 48 

Gardner, Lee Andrew 

183, 295 

Gariepy, Larry 198 

Garner, Brian r | v . 197 

Garner, Charles R 377 

Garner, Eric 345 

Garner, Julie 197 

Garner, Marcus 246 

Garner, Melissa Dianne .... 
198, 240, 241, 243,377 
Garner, Ronald Todd . 377 
Garner, Sarah Ellen ... 377 
Garner, Su Chin . . 189,214 

Garrett, Barbara 345 

Garrett, Dawn Minich . 377 
Garrett, James A . 195,377 
Garriga, John .... 200, 3 1 8 

Garrison, Sonya 345 

Gartman, Kenneth Ray .... 
295 

Gary, Gibb 235 

Gary, Tina Roseanne . . 378 

Gates, Currie 251 

Gates, Elizabeth 318 

Gather, Julia 204 

Gathings, Gayle 345 

Gault, Ronald James . . 378 

Gauntt, George 345 

Geddie, Jay 234 

Gee, James 345 

Gef fries, Wloise 41 

Gentry, Fred .... 240, 242, 
243 

George, Anita 202 

George, Marty 232 

Gerrish, James 345 

Gibbs, David 187, 318 

Gibbs, Edith Nicole ... 378 

Gibson, Arleye .... 96, 103 

Gibson, Douglas Lee . 189, 

214,378 

Gibson, James 103 

Gibson, Jennifer . 245,345 

Gibson, Melissa Denise .... 

378 



Gibson, Rebecca 378 

Gibson, Stephanie E . . . 296 

Gilchrist, Rodney Gene .... 

378 

Giles, Tawayna Lachon .... 

45, 255, 378 

Gill, Polly 191 

Gill, Susanne Marie . . . 378 

Gilley, Jennifer 345 

Gilman, Kathi Joy .... 296 

Gilmore, John Michael .... 

378 

Gilmore, Matthew ... 212, 

245 

Gilmore, Tommy 46 

Given, Steven 345 

Givens, Elmetra 222 

Gladney, Lyle David . . 38, 
221, 222,378 

Gladney, Lyshon 93 

Glass, Jennifer 229 

Gleason, Michael N . . 200, 
378 

Glenn, Herman 378 

Glenn, Lora 233,318 

Glenn, Tracy . . 41,92,378 
Gliddon, Deann Lee . . . 296 

Glover, James 318 

Goatley, Lisa 203 

Goatley, Mike 203 

Godlin, Adam 237 

Goetz, Elizabeth 318 

Goff, Ida 345 

Goforth, Cahterine .... 345 

Goggans, Mike 211 

Goglia, Adam 238 

Gohnigan, Lisa 41 

Golden, Kris 83 

Goldman, Christi .... 208, 

245, 345 

Goldman, Kiasey Rodney . . 

249, 250, 378 

Goldmon, Mwrc 809 

Goldsworfhy, Shannon .... 
200 

Gotfott, Sandra 318 

Gomee, Patty 213 

Gomez, Alma Delia . . . 378 

Gomez, Patty 39 

Gomez, Sylvia 345 

Goodc, Christy Michelle 

296 

Goodman, James 346 

Goodson, Chad 249 

Gordon, Angela 346 

Gordon, Brian ... 200,318 

Gordon, Freda S 296 

Gordon, Jim .... 183, 201, 
229, 246, 318 

Gordon, Kyle 38, 318 

Gordon, Matalie 186 

Gordon, Melissa 318 

Gordon, Natalie ... 85, 182 

Gordon, William 346 

Gore, David Granville 

206, 235, 296 

Gosa, Kendall 318 

Gothard, Todd 1 98 

Gousset, Mickey 249 

Gowan, Suzanne 296 

Goza, Cindy 204 

Grace, Roman 103 

Gracey, Tanya 93 

Gragg, Deanna 247 

Graham, Charles .... 212, 

245, 346 

Graham, Connie Delane . . . 

378 

Graham, Jeffrey 234 

Grant, John 346 

Grant, Kyle 232 

Grantham, Randy .... 318 
Grassel, Claus ... 198,209 

Grassel, Saskia 318 

Graves, Catherine .... 319 

Graves, Elizabeth Ann 

378 

Graves, Karen .. 218,221, 

346 

Graves, Katherine . . . 200, 

346 

Graves, Paul T 378 

Graves, Rachelle 234 

Graves, Scott Lewis . . . 378 

Graves, Theon 346 

Gray, Amy Catherine . . 296 

Gray, Brian 346 

Gray, Chad 197 

Gray, Christopher L . . 378 

Gray, David 319 

Gray, Debbie 93, 195 

Gray, Deborah Ann .. 147, 

378 

Gray, Jim ... 182, 183,346 



Gray, Richard 191 

Gray, Wendy Ruth 379 

Grayson, Christy 250 

Green, Byron Curlee . . 379 

Green, Kerry 319 

Green, Kevin Allen . . 253, 
379 
Green, Mechelle . . . 44, 346 
Green, Pamela Joy .... 379 
Green, Purvie . 5, 103, 182, 
186, 252 
Greenaway, Erica . . 41,319 

Greene, Kevin 239 

Greenwood, Brian .... 346 

Greenwood, Jeffery . . . 346 

Greenwood, Pamela . . 185, 

221, 346 

Greer, Felicia T 379 

Greer, Lee 197 

Gregg, Janie R 379 

Gregor, Mark 1 98 

Gregory, Boyd 211 

Gregory, Kevin 238 

Gregory, Tammy 319 

Gressett, Andria . 187,229, 

248,319 

Griffin, Christy H . . . 1 89, 

379 

Griffin, Comesha 319 

Griffin, Donna 346 

Griffin, Jason A 296 

Griffin, Kevin Brett . . . 296 

Griffin, Laura 229 

Griffin, Sarah K 379 

Griffith, Mark 346 

Grigson, John Lance .. 379 

Grimes, Tammy 319 

Grisham, Paul 39 

Grogan, Fred 319 

Groner, Melanie Lee . 195, 
224, 239, 379 

Groner, Michelle 346 

Groote, Jessica De .... 183 
Gross, Alia Cascal .... 296 
Gross, John Trevor . . . 296 
Grosscup, Chad .... 5, 103 
Grove, Ricky Dewayne .... 
214,379 

Grubbs, Heather 346 

Guess, Charles 319 

Guest, Charlie 39 

Guest, Gina . 202, 229, 346 

Guest, Scott 1 98 

Gumina, Scott 103 

Gunnufsen, John .... 194, 
235 

Gunter, Julie 83, 346 

Gwen, Kim 243 



H 



Haar, Jon Patrick .... 206, 

296 
Haawkins, Jennifer ... 249 

Hairston, Angie 346 

Hairston, Tanya 346 

Hairston, Terry H . . . . 296 

Hale, Kelli 235 

Hale, Melanie 319 

Hales, Joseph 222 

Haley, Kristine Lynn . 208, 

379 
Haley, Neal Rayden . . 220, 

379 

Halford, Lee 231 

Hall, Andrea 346 

Hall, John 346 

Hall, Karissa Deaton . 187, 

379 

Hall, Martha 346 

Hall, Michael 319 

Hall, Peycia 319 

Hall, Sabrina 319 

Hall, Varrian Durand 

222,379 

Hallenbeck, Doug 38 

Hal ley, Kristine 231 

llallmaii, John ... 230,250 

1 1 all man, Sharon 319 

Halloran, Jim 211 

Hamann, Marc Stephen ... 

296 
Hamby, Roseann . 209, 347 
Hamer, Jaquator . 263,379 
Hamilton, Michael . . . 235, 

347 

Hamilton, Sheldon .... 347 

Hamilton, Susan Renae .... 

209, 296 

Hamm, Phyllis 85, 219 

Hammarstrom, David . 319 

Hammett, Mary Holly 

147, 195,380 
Hammond, Doug 319 



Hammond, Tom 227 

Hammons, Shelly Anne .... 

195, 380 

Hammons, William D 380 

Hamner, John G 380 

Hampton, Cynthia .... 347 

Hampton, Lawanda . . 187, 

347 

Ham rick, James 347 

Hand, Cynthia Renee 39, 

232, 380 

Handley, Tracy Lyn . . 85, 

148, 380 

Hankins, Christopher . 319 

Hankins, Hollie 347 

Hankins, Reginald R . . 380 

Hanna, Becky ... 212, 223, 

228,239, 380 

Hannah, Lenora 380 

Hannah, Reginald ... 195 
Hans, Paul Benjamin . . 380 

Hansberger, Jeffrey T 

297 

Hansen, Sarah 39, 48 

Harbin, Sharon 347 

Harbin, Shawanda .... 221 
Harden, Edward . . 221, 320 

Harden, John 106 

Hardin, Bill 195 

Hardin, Jana 347 

Hardin, Thomas Owen .... 
297 

Hardin, William D 380 

Hardison, Laura 320 

Hardwick, Cherilyn Ann . 

297 
Hardwick, Katerine D . 380 
Hardy, Patrick . . . 230, 320 

Hargis, John Graham 

250, 380 
Hargrove, Margaret . . . 347 
Hargrove, Meg ... 218, 229 

Harkley, Tracelia 347 

Harlow, Ben 197 

Harmon, Mance 235 

Harmond, Jennifer . . . 320 

Harper, Amanda Leigh .... 

380 

Harper, Bobby 211 

Harper, Charles 347 

Harper, Holly Anne . 197, 
380 

Harper, Neely 196 

Harper, Penny 209 

Harper, Rachel 297 

Harper, Robert 320 

Harrell, Amelia Cheri 

380 

Harrell, Christi 232 

Harrell, Mary Norma . 297 

Harrell, Richard 191 

Harrelson, Chris . 196,235 
Harrick, Dana Lee ... 198, 
297 
Harrick, Kristie .. 39,198, 
200, 347 
Harring, Stephanie . . . 249 
Harrington, Anita .... 320 

Harris, Amy 347 

Harris, Angela .. 192,221, 

347 

Harris, Coretta L . . . . 194, 

235, 297 

Harris, Donald C 380 

Harris, Gary 215 

Harris, Kimberly 320 

Harris, Leigh Ann ... 217, 
380 
Harris, Rachel . . . 229, 320 
Harris, Robert ... 191, 347 
Harris, Susan . . . 187, 201, 
320 

Harris, Suzanne 347 

Harris, Tony 103 

Harris, Tracy 209 

Harris, Vanessa 347 

Harris, Willie 102, 103 

Harrison, Angelia .... 347 

Harrison, Jeff 234 

Harrison, Jeffrey .... 234, 
347 

Harrison, Jimmy 197 

Harrison, Kendall .... 347 

Hart, Adrienne 229 

Hart, David Dan . 297, 347 

Hart, Geoffrey Ryan . . 297 

Hart, Karen Lynn ... 210, 

380 

Hartfield, Terry 347 

Hartness, Jason 235 

Hartwig, Melanie .... 202, 

347 

Hastings, Andrea .... 183, 

297 

Hataway, Linda 229 



413 



Hatcher, Christy 1 96 

Hatchett, Angela 41 

Hatchett, Meg 320 

Hatfield, Brady 227 

Hatfield, Tera Lea 297 

Hathaway, Linda 320 

Hathcock, Lauren .... 347 
Hathcock, Stephen .... 229 

Hatten, Brett 214 

Hawcroft, Bart 379 

Hawcroft, Brad B 189, 

,. 213,380 

Hawkins, Brian 230 

Hawkins, Chadwick Reid . . . 

297 
Hawkins, Gary C . 210,380 
Hawkins, Jennifer .... 249 
Hawkins, Kristie . . 39, 347 

Hawkins, Melvin 103 

Hawkins, Virginia Faye .... 

41,380 

Hawks, Jennifer . 186,251, 

320 
Hay, Shannon Marie . . 380 

Hayden, Mike 220 

Hayes, Ashley ... 196,200 
Hayes, Dephane . 233, 252, 

263 

Hayes, Robert E 380 

Hayles, Joseph W 297 

Haynes, Charles 320 

Haynes, James Kenny . 380 

Haynes, Kira 347 

Hays, Ashley 196, 347 

Hays, Douglas M 380 

Hays, Susan 320 

Hazel, Sarah Margaret 

297 
Hazelton, Elizabeth ... 320 
Hazelton, Madrina .... 185 

Head, Carrie 209 

Heaps, Chris 229, 240, 

241 

Heard, Janet 219 

Heard, Phillip 320 

Heard, Rowena Q .... 381 
Hearn-Eatman, Crystal .... 

194 

Hearron, Sherri 347 

Hearst, Laurie 320 

Heavener, Lisa . . 217,229, 

239, 320 

Hebron, Geoffrey .... 307 

Hegler, Jennifer 85 

Hegler, Marie 85 

Heidelberg, Maurice . . 381 
Heitmueller, Matt .... 227 
Heitmueller, Matthew ..... 
227, 320 
Helmuth, Craig .. 192,399 
Helton, Melanie . . 193, 347 
Hemphill, Shanda . . . 229, 

320 
Henderson, Cathy Elise .... 

297 
Henderson, Delanie . . 221, 

234 
Henderson, Delano . . 320, 

420 

Henderson, Lynn .... 183, 

185, 218,239,381 

Henderson, Matt 253 

Henderson, Thomas 200, 

320 

Hendrick, Lisa Karen 

200, 297 

Hendrix, Burke 224 

Henley, Lisa 320 

Henley, William Lee . 148, 
231, 381 

Henry, Bill 192 

Henry, Kevin 103 

Henry, Marie 39 

Henry, Sharon 320 

Henshaw, Paul 243 

Hensler, Frank 192 

Hensley, Lisa 83 

Hensley, Missy 183 

Henson, Jeff 229 

Henson, William Chase ... 

298 

Herbert, David 347 

Hernandez, Ana 45 

Herr in, Emily ... 191,347 
Herring, Brian Kent . . 47, 

298 
Herring, Stephanie . . . 250 
Herrington, Lester . . . 230, 

320 
Herrington, Sara . . 39, 244 
Herrington, Yvette . . 200, 

209 

Herrod, Daniel 320 

Hester, Charles 320 

Hester, Leigh Ann .... 381 



Hewitt, Anderson .... 348 

Hicks, Alan 249, 250 

Hicks, Bonney E 298 

Hicks, James 348 

Hicks, Keith 348 

Hicks, Lori Ann 381 

Hicks, Shaun P . . 207, 381 

Hicks, Shawn 213 

High, Terry 103 

Hightower, Dwayne . . 230, 

348 
Hill, Charles William . 298 

Hill, Ginger 83 

Hill, Jennifer 348 

Hill, Jenny 249 

Hill, Kimberly Renee 

217, 381 

Hill, Scott 253 

Hill, Stephanie 321 

Hill, Suzanne 208, 348 

Hill, Tiffanee H 298 

Hill, Tracey 182 

Hill, Traci Alisha ... 148, 

185, 218, 381 

Hilleke, Leasha Leigh . 85, 

298 
Hilliard, Tessa . . . 229,321 
Hilsdon, Donald Allen .... 

381 

Hilton, Charles 348 

Hiltunen, Shawn . 219,238 

Hindman, Amy 195 

Hinds, Jim 194,235 

Hinschman, Michelle ... 51 

Hinshaw, Paul . . 148, 240, 

243, 381 

Hinton, Hanson 321 

Hinton, Trina 221 

Hintson, Pamela C 381 

Hirsch, David 375 

Hirschman, Michelle ... 39 
Hiser, Roger 148, 212, 

253 

Hitchner, Mary .. 189,210 

Hixson, Dana Justine 53, 

200, 244, 298 

Hoagstrom, Cory 227 

Hobby, Michael .. 381,418 

Hobert, Todd 227 

Hobgood, Wendy 195 

Hodge, Carolyn 321 

Hodges, Becky 249 

Hodges, Jamie Wynne 

149, 184, 185,211,219, 

381 
Hodges, Jennifer Johnson .. 

381 
Hodges, Michael Andrew . . 

381 

Hodges, Rebecca Lynn ... 

250, 381 

Hodges, Scott 191 

Hodges, Shelli ... 93, 348, 

421 
Hodges, William Scotty .... 

298 
Hoff, Jennifer .. 184,218, 

321 

Hoff, Todd Burton .. 191, 

223, 381 

Hogan, Eutrophia .... 348 

Hoge, Chad 183 

Hogue, Sylvia 135 

Hoke, Michele 211 

Holbrook, Rob 231 

Holbrooks, Michael ... 348 
Holcomb, Charles W .381 

Holcomb, Karl 249 

Holcombe, Allison Dawn . . 

298 
Holden, Richard L . . . . 381 
Holder, Amy Kaylynnda . . . 

298 

Holder, Cedrick 321 

Holder, Gary 250, 321 

Holder, Melissa Carol . 381 
Holditch, Tommy R . . . 381 

Holifield, Brad 234 

Holifield, Scott Harold 

381 

Holiman, Les 187 

Holke, Christopher ... 321 

Holland, Daniel 348 

Holland, Joseph 348 

Holland, Kevin . 201,229, 

348 

Holland, Michael 321 

Holland, Tammy 321 

Hollar, Dawn 117 

Holley, Chad 229 

Holley, Dennis Mark . 187, 

381 
Holley, Pat . . 212, 245, 381 

Holley, Shannon 249 

Holliday, Karen Alice 



298 

Holliman, Brandi Lynn .... 

209, 298 

Hollingsworth, Dolly E . . . . 

381 
Hollingsworth, Scot ... 109 
Hollingsworth, Tom . . 103 

Hollon, Chris 227 

Holman, Glenn Aaron 

298 

Holt, Randy 348 

Holyfield, JoBeth 381 

Honea, Heather 321 

Hood, Ann 198 

Hood, Gena 321 

Hood, Gwendolyn .... 381 

Hood, Lou Ann 201 

Hood, Martha 321 

Hood, Roger 348 

Hood, Sara Marie .... 189, 

381 
Hooks, Amy Lea . 200, 298 

Hooks, Emily 321 

Hoop, Lou Ann 196 

Hoover, Jonnie 348 

Hopkins, Hollis H 298 

Horel, Phillip A . . 232, 382 

Home, Sandra 233 

Horton, Bradley 197 

Horton, Cheryl . . . 228, 348 
Horton, Christian .... 382 

Horton, Dona 321 

Horton, John Brian ... 382 

Horton, Lacy 229, 321 

Horton, Saundra 348 

Horton, Stephen . 201, 348 
Horton, Woodward ... 321 
Hotard, Alan . 39, 203, 348 

Houp, Amanda 321 

Houpe, Kristina 229 

House, Mary Kathryn . 382 

House, Paul 235 

Houston, Tina 348 

Hovater, Jonathan . . . 230, 

321 

Howard, Cameron 229 

Howard, Christopher M ... 

103,382 

Howard, Cyndi . . . . 93,229 

Howard, Cynthia 52 1 

Howard, Donald 321 

Howard, Ivy Layne . ; . 382 
Howard, Jeremy A . . . . 382 

Howcroft, Brad 192 

Howell, Angela 298 

Howell, Charles 348 

Howell, Holly . . . 200, 209 

Howell, James Raymond . . . 

191. 223, 382,405 

Howell, Jayne Latham 

382 
Howell, Kevin . . . 229, 321 

Howes, Jason 39, 348 

Howington, Stephanie 

212, 217 
Howze, Kevin .... 186, 348 
Huam, Evelyn . . 232, 244, 

348 
Hubbard, Cynthia .... 321 
Hubbard, Katherine ... 221 

Huckabee, Steve 38 

Huckabee, Todd 214 

Hudgins, Leslie 321 

Hudson, Andrew 227 

Hudson, Chris .. 194,235, 

382 

Hudson, Cynthia 348 

Hudson, Janell ... 207,349 
Hudson, Renee Lakeitria . . . 

298 
Hudspeth, Quentin . . . 349 
Hudspeth, Sherri Lynn .... 

382 
Huff, Karen .... 229, 245, 

321 
Huffman, Bill . . . 236, 238 
Hughes, Angela Lynn . 382 
Hughes, Deborah Arlene . . . 

382 
Hughes, Jonathan .... 321 

Hughey, Rick 224 

Hulett, Bobby 222 

Hulett, Robert 349 

Hundley, Marzella .... 249 

Hunt, Corey 234 

Hunt, Jerry 220 

Hunt, Robert 321 

Hunt, Sally 200, 239 

Hunt, Sarah 349 

Hunt, Stacia Lynn .... 298 

Hunter, Christy 321 

Hunter, Holly 196 

Hurd, Janice 349 

Hurd, Wendy Lyn . 51,298 



Hurst, Stephanie Ann . 298 
Huston, John .... 197, 264 
Hutchinson, Allison 193 

Hyams, Daniel 321 

Hykes, Amy 209 

Hynes, Greg 227 

I 

Ikerd, Mary 321 

Ingels, Carolyn S ... . 217, 

382 
Ingram, Erin .... 229, 349 
Ingram, Julie .... 186, 200 
Ingram, Lawrence .... 321 
Ingram, Melanie Suzette . . . 

382 
Irby, Marcus Allen ... 382 
Irby, Melissa .... 195, 228 

Irfan, Syed 349 

Irwin, Kristi 211, 321 

Ismail, Suhaimi 231 

Isonhood, Amy C .... 213, 

382 

Istre, Eric 198, 349 

Ivy, Mary Jane 382 



Jackson, Alidia A 
Jackson, Brian C 



. 51,298 
46, 208, 
298, 321 

Jackson, Diane 245 

Jackson, Missy J .. 299,349 
Jackson, Nelson .... 39, 49 
Jackson, Shannon . . 39, 233 

Jackson, Sonya 322 

Jackson, Victor 349 

Jackson, Willie . . 252, 275, 

349 
Jacob, Rachael Dianne 

298 

Jacobi, Brandy A 382 

Jacobs, Claire ... 186, 200, 

218 

Jacobs, Leslie 349 

Jacobs, Paul 228 

Jacques, Jeffrey J 382 

Jadzinski, Frankie S . 230, 

382 
Jakway, Mary .... 349,421 

James, Becky 1 96 

James,Jay 184 

James. Jesse 103 

James, John Virgil .... 98, 

101, 103,299 

James, Keith Robert . . 183, 

299 

James, Kwame 43 

James, Tommy 182 

James, Tony 101. 103 

James, /acherv ... 43, 246 

Jameson, Thomas 349 

Jamison, Hugh 322 

Jang, Teresa Y . . . 207, 382 

Janous, Kenny . . 220. 240, 

243, 382 

Jarrett, Stephen 208 

Jarvenpaa, Harri 250 

Jarzen, Ryan Robert . 20 1 . 
209, 299 

Jasper, Margaret 245 

Jasper, Mary 245 

Jaudon, Christopher . . 229 

Jean-Suong, Lai 231 

Jee, Michael Kan .... 228, 
231,383 

Jefcoat, Christy 322 

Jeff, Galagher ... 182, 199, 

201,204, 349 

Jeff, Tony . . 182. 204, 223, 

239 

Jeffcoat, Jeff 103 

Jeffers, Paul 249 

Jeffery, Ellen 247 

Jeffries, Eloise .... 39. 184 

Jeffries, Paul 39, 349 

Jemison, Cedric 322 

Jenkins, Alicia 322 

Jenkins, John 253 

Jenkins, Rachel 349 

Jenkins, William D . 252, 

383 

Jennings, Susan . 129,202, 

224. 239, 350 

Jerdine, Wakeela . 221,229 

Jernigan, Mark ... 149, 203 

Joe, Johnny 46 

Joesph, Keith 103 

Johnigan, Lisa 39 

Johnsey, John 203 

Johnson, Alec 214 

Johnson, Alison E ... 103, 
383 



Johnson, Amanda 




350 


Johnson, Barry . . . 




350 


Johnson, Bethany . 




193, 
322 


Johnson, Burry . . 




46 


Johnson, Cassie D 




250, 




299 


322 


Johnson, Christopher . 


103, 






:( r >o 


Johnson, Ennis . . . 




322 


Johnson, Fred .... 




383 


Johnson, Jennifer . 




44, 


299 


322 


350 


Johnson, Jimmy . . 




250 


Johnson, Joseph . . 


249 


322 


Johnson, Kelli . . . 


192 


244 


Johnson, Kimberly 




192, 


251 


263 


350 


Johnson, Lee .... 


252 


275 


Johnson, Lisa M . 


229, 


235, 


299 


383 


407 


Johnson, Lydia I 


210 


383 


Johnson, Pleshette S 




207, 
299 






1 M 


Johnson, Tom . . . 




220 


Johnson, Tracey . . 




234 


Johnston, Gregory M . . 


299 


Joiner, Jennifer . . 




215 


Jolley, Selena .... 


217 


350 


Jollif, Roland .... 




350 


Jones, Amanda . . . 




219 


Jones, Andrea Marie . . 


383 


Jones, Bobby .... 




322 


Jones, Charles . . . 




350 


Jones, Chip 




219 


Jones, Chris 




103 


Jones, Debra Kay . 




232, 
383 


Jones, Dexter .... 




209 


Jones, Donna M 


219, 


246, 



Jones, Fred . . 187, 264, 350 
Jones, Girault W . 230, 383 
Jones, Honey .... 200, 217 
Jones, Ira Fraun ... 5, 103, 



Jones, James 




350 


Jones, Jay Tolbert 




299, 
121 


Jones, Jessilyn . . . 


83 


,322 


Jones, Katina Lee . 




209, 
299 


Jones, Katrina . . . 




209 


Jones, Keith 




200 


Jones, Ken 




234 


Jones, Kimberly . . 




350 


Jones, Kristina . . . 




350 


Jones, Lynn 


184 


209 


Jones, Neil . . . 46, 


230 


350 


Jones, Pamela .... 


93, 


221, 
322 


Jones, Quincy Earl 




299 


Jones, Scott 




264 


Jones, Stephanie Ann . . 






209 


299 


Jones, Troy 


232 


244 


Jones, William . . . 




350 


Jordan, Aubre Ball 




251, 
299 






196 


Jordan, Byron . 9~i 


,98 


103 






322 


Jordan, Jennifer . . 




350 


Jordan, Orian .... 




322 


Jordan, Todd .... 


98 


103 


Joseph, Keith .... 




101 






196 


Jourdan, Rebecca . 




383 


Joy, Steve 




202 


Joyner, Sara 




322 


Joyner, Saragane 




40 


Joyner, Tommy W . 




383 


Jue, Patrick 




322 






189 


Jumper, Dana Little 




383 


Jumper, Gregory Jay 




384 


Justice, Angela . . . 


1 96 


350 


Justice, Angie 




196 



K 



Kachru, Rahul 299 

Kaewsuriya, Siriporn .. 211 
Kalahar, Jon Micheal . . 299 
Kamal, Syed 210, 225, 

244 

Kao, Rachael 249 

Kaplan, Clare . . . 200. 322. 

420 

Kaul, Pradeep 222 

Keen, Henry 228 

Keeton, Lisa Gwyn .... 384 
Keiper, Donald 231 



Keisman, Adam 203 

Keith, Mary Jane 384 

Keithley, Maria Carrie 

214, 384,420 

Keller, Allison 350 

Keller, Amanda . . 200, 202 
Kelley, Chassidy D . . . . 299 

Kelley, Melissa 350 

Kelley, Susan 350 

Kelley, Tommy Albert 

213,384 
Kellum, Amy Elizabeth .... 

299 

Kelly, Bob 222 

Kelly, Bronwyn 322 

Kelly, Karla Robin 384 

Kelly, Robert 322 

Kemp, Julie 229 

Kemp, Katherine V ... 299 
Kemp, Kristy .... 196, 200 
Kemp, Mary Elizabeth 

299 

Kemp, Penny 251 

Kendall, Connie Denise .... 

299 

Kendall, Ellisa 350 

Kendall, Julia Jo 384 

Kendrick, Greg 235 

Kendrick, Michael D . . 384 

Kennedy, Alicia 350 

Kennedy, Allan Kendall . . . 

221,222, 384 

Kennedy, Lucretia .... 322 

Kenner, Renee 197 

Kent, Gena Leigh 384 

Kent, Keith 264 

Kern, Michael Todd . . . 384 

Key, Anthony Leon . . 185, 

221, 246,252, 275,384 

Keyes, Judy 350 

Keys, Kimberly J 299 

Khan, Babar Z . . 208, 225, 

384 

Kidd, Amber 235 

Kiker, Memrie 350 

Kilgore, Camille . . 194, 350 
Kilgore, Crystal . . 248, 322 
Kilgore, Jason Wayne . 299 
Kill, rcas, Wallace .... 189 

Killen, Brian 234 

Killibrew, Rhonda 182 

Killough, Mary 229 

Kilpatrick, Leigh Ann 

211 
Kilpatrick, Victoria L . 384 
Kilpatrick, William P . 149 

Kim, Jongki 219 

Kimbrell, Thomas . . . 229, 

351 
Kimbrough, Catherine S ... 

384 

Kimmons, Kyle 191 

Kincaid, Justine . 221, 351 

King, Alicia 93 

King, Ashli 229, 351 

King, Charley 51 

King, Donald Louis ... 384 

King, Kimberly Kay . . 209, 

384, 421 

King, Melanie 193 

Kipker, Randall Mark . 384 

Kirby, John 39, 248 

Kirby, Linda Brock ... 384 
Kirby, Timothy David 

384 

Kirby, William 351 

Kirkpatrick, Billy 208 

Kirksey, Chandra 351 

Kiser, Jodi Leigh 299 

Kisner, Michelle 299 

Kitchens, Shane Clinton . . . 
253, 264, 384 

Kitchens, Tonya 351 

Kittrell, Robert W ... 187, 

384 

Knight, Aubrey 229 

Knight, Chad 229 

Knight, Cory Anne .. 201, 
299 
Knight, Donna ... 251,351 
Knight, Kelvin ... 101, 103 
Knight, Melissa . . 44, 225, 
351 
Knipper, Jennifer .... 351 

Knowlton, Beth Lewis 

300 

Knowlton, Jeffrey 227 

Knox, Aaron 275 

Koehn, Kelli Hughes . . 384 

Koehn, Michael 351 

Koenig, Beth 250 

Koerner, Wyatt 230 

Kolka, Kevin 5, 103 

Koontz, John 322 



Korytoski, Dan 227 

Kosinski, Edward A . . . 384 
Kothaneth, Lak.shmi . . 196 

Kovach, James 323 

Krammer, Michelle .... 39 

Kranbey, Kim 214 

Krause, Chantel 203 

Krausse, Kurt Lee . . . 253, 
385 

Kruse.Joe 227 

Ku, Catherina 219 

Kumar, Ramurthy .... 222 

Kwok, Grace 219, 249 

Kyle, Jason 230 

Kyle, Wlliiam 323 

L 

Ladner, Kinta 197 

Ladner, Renee 351 

Laguan, LaShun 233 

Lai, Dora 249 

Lai, Sara 207 

Lai, YeeMun 211 

Laiche, Sue Ann 234 

Lakum, Anil 211 

Lamasstus, Casey Camille . . 
300 

Lamb, Julia 213, 351 

Lambert, Amy Laurel . 300 
Lambert, Jeffery Allen .... 
300 
Lambert, Jennifer .... 235 
Lambert, Susan .. 229,351 
Lamberth, Tracey M . . 385 

Lancaster, Brian 103 

Lancaster, Cathy Regina . . . 
385 

Lancaster, Joshua 351 

Land, David Warren . . 300 
Landfair, Zwanda .... 252 
Landrum, Jennifer Lee 

300 

Landry, Brett . . . 207, 219, 

405 

Lane, Andrea .... 211,351 

Lane, Michelle 238 

Lang, Angela 222 

Lange, Christopher 237, 

238,351 

Langford, Mary J . . . . 244, 

385 

Langley, LaDonna Ann .... 

44, 198, 385 

Lanie, Jeanise 221 

Larkin, Bruick 197 

Larkin, Pat 197 

Larson, Julie N . 240,242, 
385 

Laster, Ryn 234 

Latham, Renita 233 

Latham, Richard 323 

Latham, Terry 351 

Latour, Mickey 234 

Laubmeier, Ronald . . . 323 

Lauderdale, Terry E 214, 

385 

Lavalle, Erik 186, 198, 

212,214, 385 

Lawhorn, Robert 323 

Lawman, Jodie .. 244,249, 

250 

Lawrence, Anthony . . 185, 

323 

Lawrence, Todd 227 

Laws, Jan 351 

Lawson, Kimberly .... 323 
Lawson, Vicki . . . 220, 221 

Layman, David 230 

Lea, Hill Jennifer 381 

Leach, Brent 323 

Leasy, Wesley 98, 103 

Leazier, Kirk 227 

Lebaron, Paige . . . 229, 323 

LeBlanc, David 253 

LeBlanc, Jane Schwing .... 
249, 385 

Lee, Aimeejo 211, 300 

Lee, Brian 206, 385 

Lee, Daniel 53 

Lee, Gayla Lynn . . 218, 385 

Lee, Hian-Boon 249 

Lee, Jay 323 

Lee, John T . 226, 248, 385 

Lee, Juliet 323 

Lee, Michael 234, 385 

Lee, Stephanie . . . 229, 323 

Lee, Susan 195, 351 

Lee, Tammie 351 

Lee, Teressa Suzanne . . 39, 

149, 186, 195, 385 

Leech, Penny Michelle .... 

300 

LeFlore, Amy Elizabeth ... 



385 
Leflore, Mitch . . 187,264, 
351 
Leggett.Joy .93, 385,418 
Lehnerer, Stephan .... 351 
Leigh, Wendy Kathleen .... 
51,216,300 

Leist, Charles 351 

Leist, Kevin 351 

LeMond, Garrett 198 

Lenow, Ray 209 

Leonard, Vicki . . . 193, 351 

Leopard, Bryan 351 

Lepard, Cassie ... 185. 200 

Lepard, Lana 323 

Lesage, Christie .. 235,351 
Lessel, Ginger Gay .... 385 
Lessmann, Erik 192, 198, 

229, 248 
Letchworth, Trudi .... 351 

Levy, Herbert 323 

Lew, Anna 193, 323 

Lewers, Mar'Sha 224 

Lewis, Alton Gene .... 385 

Lewis, Bill 235 

Lewis, Carl 191 

Lewis, Gidget 323 

Lewis, Kenneth 324 

Lewis, Kevin . . . 238, 300, 
385,421 

Lewis, Lee 234 

Lewis, Melinda Kay . . . 385 
Lewis, William Daryl . . 385 

Leyden, Corrine 421 

Leyden, Tara Eileen 149, 

385 

Lightsey, Dr George . . 191 

Liles, Andrew M . 53, 202, 

300 

Lin, Steve 211 

Lindsey, Marian . . 218,386 

Lindsey, Marion 239 

Linn, Leigh Heather . 218, 
386 
Lipford, Keith Boyd . 249, 
386 
Lipscomb, Kathryn ... 351 
Lipscomb, Kristen E . . 300 

Lipscomb, Lee 103 

Lischkoff, Nancy . . 85, 324 

Lister, Tricia 351 

Little, Billie Annette . . 386 

Little, Chitose 211 

Little, Matthew 211 

Littlejohn, Alyson .... 195 
Livingston, Amy Lynn .... 
300 
Livingston, Lesley .... 39, 
351 
Livingston, Nicole .... 351 

Livingston, Scott 234 

Livingston, Suzanne M .... 

39, 300 

Lloyd, Carlos Adidas . 253, 

386 

Lo Bianco, Debbie .... 192, 

213 

Lobianco, Debra Ann . 386 

Lochridge, Laurie .... 229 

Locke, Janet 324 

Locke, Leonard H 386 

Lockett, Mary . 38, 45, 244, 

352 

Lockhart, Angela Dawn .... 

300 

Lockhart, Beasley 235 

Lockhart, Deron 46 

Logan, Elizabeth 324 

Lolley, Cheryl . . . 200, 324 

Long, Alicia 196, 244, 

250, 352 

Long, Bill 103 

Long, Brad 195 

Long, Brian Dewayne . 300 
Long, Denesha ... 210,244 
Long, Deryl Lee . . 208, 386 

Long, Grace 249 

Long, James Kyle .... 300, 

352 

Long, Jeffrey Britton . 192, 

386 

Long, John 232, 244 

Long, Juan 103 

Long, Nicole Lynn .... 300 

Long, Tara 249 

Long, Wallace Gentry 

229, 300 
Longstreet, David T . . . 386 

Lopez, Richie 214, 352 

Lott, Elizabeth Grace . . 300 
Lott, Melody Marie . . 250, 
300 
Louque, Dustan . . 209, 352 
Love, David 234 



Love, Teresia 250 

Lovelace, Beth ... 186,234 
Lovelace, Paul . . . 264, 352 

Loviza, Kathleen 300 

Low, Boon 191 

Lowe, Glyn 352 

Lowe, Jackie Coretta 221, 

301 

Lowe, Jennifer ... 233,324 

Lowery, Charles 228 

Lowery, Jim 253, 383 

Lowery, Shannon Jo .. 386 
Lowery, Tracie Lynn . . 386 

Lowes, William 250 

Loyd, Jamie 352 

Luciano, Arnold 200 

Lucius, Stephanie 324 

Luckett, Tracey Ann .. 301 

Luckey, Tina 229 

Lucus, Melanie 220 

Lundy, Doug Alan .... 301 
Lunford, Yolanda . 50,216 
Luster, Frankie ... 99, 103 
Luster, Polly Alane ... 301 

Luth, Scott 249 

Lyell, Leigh Allison . . 128, 

150, 182, 196,219,224, 

251, 386 

Lyle, Russell 200, 324 

Lynchard, Kimberly . 324 

Lyons, David 203, 324 

Lyons, Trisha 196 

M 

Mackin.Jeff 108 

Macon, Kevin 324 

Madden, Tara 244, 352 

Maddux, Regina 352 

Magee, Christian 234 

Magee, David . . . 207, 219, 

244 

Maghan, Kay 93, 150, 

193, 223,386 
Mahan, Jamie Marie . . 386 

Mai, Thao 249, 324 

Maier, Missy 150,219, 

251, 386 

Majani, Leonard 191 ., 

Maki, Art 198 

Mallard, Kristi M SO 1 

Mallery, Elizabeth . 209, 

324 
Malon, Sharon Elaine . 150 
Malone, Michael S . . . 224, 

Mandivs, Per ...... ."'. 232 

Mangum, Carol , 324 

Mangum, Ginger . 193,324 
Mangum, Melynn . 41, 193, 

244 
Mann, Brandon ,. 41, 103, 

324 
Mansell, John Patrick . 386 
Mansfield, Michael ... 324 

Manson, Sharon 39 

Manuel, Jenny .... 39, 186 

Manuel, Theresa 352 

Marble, Clay 324 

Mardis, Meredith 324 

Marett, Lawrence 324 

Marin, Susan 250 

Marine, David 187 

Marion, Robin Denise . 39, 

386 
Markham, Tamara .... 324 

Marlar, Kimberly Lyn 

210,386 

Marler, Michael Ray . . 387 

Marquez, Amy ... 39, 182, 

183,223,246,352 

Marquez, Anna 324 

Marquez, Katy 39 

Marroquin, Estuardo .. 211 
Marsalis, Jeffrey M ... 39, 

387 

Marsh, John 186 

Marshall, Ashley McDade . 

239 

Marshall, Kent S 185, 

195, 197, 387 
Martello, Melinda ... 218, 
251,352 
Marter, Stephen Abel . . 387 
Martin, Ambro .... 43, 352 
Martin, Beverly A ... 252, 

387 

Martin, James Malcolm .... 

230, 301 

Martin, Laura 196 

Martin, Lisa 202, 352 

Martin, Michael . . 244, 352 
Martin, Patricia . 187,250, 

352 



Martin, Rob 235 

Martin, Stephanie Ann ... 
301 

Martin, Tiffany 196 

Martindale, Donna .... 352 

Martino, Bernice 324 

Marucci, Anthony C 199, 

303, 387 

Mask, Andrea 352 

Mason, Kelly O . 240, 243, 
387 

Massey, Janelle 247 

Massey, Robert 353 

Masson, Lisa 353 

Matamoros, Gerardo . . 387 

Mathis, Joseph 42, 206 

Matijevich, Georgeen . 193, 
324 

Matthews, Eric 353 

Mattison, Missy 324 

Mattox, Jonathan 353 

Mauldin, Jody 353 

Mauldin, Lance 234 

Maus, Ellen 324 

Maxwell, Bryan K 387 

Maxwell, Margaret .... 353 

May, Andrea 218 

May, Jacky 409 

May, Janet Maria .... 217, 
387 

May, Kristina 201 

May, Timmy 325 

May, William B . 212, 245, 

387 

Mayfield, Matthew ... 20 1 , 

253,325 

Mayhall, Tina 85 

Mayo, Aaron 227 

Mays, Lana 198, 353 

Maze, Gregory Allan . . 387 
Mc Adams, Micnaela Lynn 

301 

McAnally, Heather ... 525 

McBrayer, Mark Franklin . . 

387 

McCaffery, Molly Gannon 

, 232,244, 387 

McCaleb, Amy 196 

McCall, Byron 103 

McCarra, Connie 200, 

218,353 

McCarter, Coretta .... 187 

McCarter, Kendall ... 151, 

198, 218, 253 

McCarty, William .. 191, 

353 

McCary, Amy 217,353 

McClendon, Tracy .... 325 

McClure, Natalie 325 

McComb, William 229 

McCommon, Steven . . . 353 

McConn, Christopher 

229, 325 
McConnell, Summer . . 229 
McCormack, Mark .... 253 
McCormick, Berry .... 208 

McCormick, Cory 388 

McCormick, Sjohn T . 38, 

214,233,252, 388 

McCoy, Courtney Lynn .... 

151,219, 223,251, 388 

McCoy, John 353 

McCoy, Kyle 103 

McCrary, Freddy 103 

McCraw, Jon 228 

McCubbins, Wendy .. 196, 
353 

McCulloch, Rie 195 

McCullough, Shaine ... 220 
McCullough, Wendy . . 353 
McCuthcen, Bryan Alan . . 
388 

McDade, Ashley 217 

McDade, Mary . . . 229, 325 

McDaniel, Allen 238 

McDaniel, Chad 7 

McDaniel, Cody 227 

McDonald, Brian Yates .... 
235, 388 

McDonald, Daniel 388 

McDonald, Denise . . . 240, 
353, 420 

McDonald, Jim 264 

McDonald, Michael ... 325 

McDonald, Paul 202 

McDonald, Shannon .. 117 
McDonald, Sherry .... 325 
McDonough, Marilyn M ... 
151, 191, 208,223, 388 
McDonough, Teresa . . . 353 
McElveen, Cathy Lynn .... 
184, 196, 388 
McEwen, Lashern Lashel 

301 
McFarling, Joana 228 



McGahey, LeAnne .... 301 
McGarr, Tammie Turner . 

388 
McGarrahan, Cathryn P 

301 
McGee, Cathy Rene ... 388 

McGee, Dana 229 

McGee, Melissa . . 221,354 
McGee, Tricianna .... 233 
McGehee, Jennifer .... 325 
McGehee, Julie ... 151, 195 
McGilberry, Michelle 196 

McGilbra, Laura 203 

McGilbra, Ron 203 

McGill, Janna 354 

McGrath, Margaret . . 244, 

249 

McGregor, Kimberlie R . . . . 

388 

McGregor, Phillip 220 

McGriff, LoriGail 301 

McGuffee, Lori Cain 151, 

185, 388 

Mcllwain, James 103 

Mclngvale, Haley 354 

Mclntire, Cheryl 195 

Mcintosh, Anna 354 

Mcjunkins, Felecia L . . 301 
McKay, Shannon . . 44, 325 

McKee, Tulon 189 

McKenzie, Robert .... 325 
McKinley, Barbara B . . 388 
McKinney, Dana Marie .... 
200,218, 388 
McKinney, Daniel . . . 198, 
325 

McKinney, Jay 109 

McKinney, Jeff 210 

McKinney, Robert 229 

McKinney, Tammy ... 210 
McKinnon, Bryan .... 197 

McLaurin, Neill 264 

McMahan, Tony 200 

McMillian, Justin Heath . . . 
301 

McMillin, Melissa 229 

McMinn, Maree 184 

McMinn, Scott . . . 207, 253 

McMurry, Valerie 325 

McNair, Scott 354 

McNair, Stacy 354 

McNeal, Kenneth 212, 

219,354 

McNeel, Christy 198 

McNeese, Greg 1 95 

McNeil, Michael 325 

McPhail, Sheri 39 

McPhail, Troy 264 

McPherson, Bridget ... 203 
McPherson, James Batton . . 
49, 301 
McPherson, MariAnn . 209 
McQuary, Kevin .... 5, 103 
McRae, Buddy ... 182,204 

McRae, Frank 325 

McRee, Elizabeth 325 

McReynolds, Frank Sage . . . 

301 

McReynolds, Sara Beth .... 

152, 182, 195 

McReynolds, William R ... 

302, 405 

McSweyn, Trey 200 

McVay, John Taylor .. 302 
McWhirter, Karen .... 325 
McWhirter, Pamela K . 302 
McWhorter, Jennifer . . 200 

Meador, Maria 48 

Meadows, Bill 238 

Meadows, William 237 

Meatee, Sana 51 

Medders, Joey Leon . . . 388 

Meek, Cameron . . 40, 200, 

209,211,325 

Meeks, Carol 211 

Megehee, Alison Anne 

302 

Megehee, Paul Jacob . 152, 

192, 388 

Mellen, Meo 152, 219, 

223,240,243, 388 

Melvin, James 354 

M en i field, Gloria | ... 389 

Menley, Mark Allen . . 264, 

302 

Mercer, Phil 235 

Merrell, Glen R 389 

Merriwether, Christopher . . 
302 

Messinger, Ivan 247 

Metcalfe, Leslie 224 

Meyers, Lori 218,325 

Meyers, Sherry 325 

Michael, Elizabeth 229 



Michel, Matthew 231 

Michols, Scott 227 

Middleton, Jerry W .. 208 

Miles, Bryan 219,354 

Miles, Catherine 325 

Miles, Christie . . 240, 243, 
354 

Miles, Kara 325 

Miles, Ken 237 

Miles, Michelle 45 

Miles, Stacie Andress . 208, 

302 

Miller, Alison .... 198, 354 

Miller, Christopher D 

227, 302 
Miller, David E . . 389, 408 

Miller, Heidi R 44 

Miller, James 354 

Miller, Jason 325 

Miller, Jody 195 

Miller, Joe Ranie 389 

Miller, Katina 325 

Miller, Keith 231 

Miller, Kelly 389 

Miller, Koko 39, 325 

Miller, Mamie 39 

Miller, Melanie 191 

Miller, Melody 325 

Miller, Michael 354 

Miller, Shawn . . 39, 83, 354 

Miller, Stephanie 354 

Miller, Tim . . 192, 211, 325 

Miller, Tommie 236 

Miller, Undrea Michelle . 

221, 389 

Miller, Wendell 213 

Millican, Shannon . . . 220, 

249 

Milligan, Michael 229 

Milliken, Linda 44 

Mills, Kenneth . . . 237, 238 
Mills, Marrion D . 48,201, 

302 

Mills, Paula 326 

Mills, Twanda 184 

Mills, Wanda ... 182,216, 

326 
Millwood, Timothy Lynn . . 

389 

Milner, Heidi R 225 

Mims, Kelly 253, 326 

Minor, Anna 93, 200, 

229, 326 

Minton, Jeffery 207 

Miracich, Aime 38 

Mire, Tanya 326 

Mitchell, Anthony .... 226 
Mitchell, Cassandra . . 226, 

326 
Mitchell, Shellie C . . . 302, 

354 

Mitchell, Wanda 251 

Mixen, Laura 218 

Mixon, Lanay 209 

Mock, Lisa . 191, 192, 229, 

245, 326 

Moffitt, Ken Gracey ... 209 

Mohon, Brian 229 

Moncrief, Paula . . 209, 354 
Montgomery, Leslie . . 191, 

355 

Montgomery, Meg . . . 182, 

183,239 

Montgomery, Michael . 98, 

103 
Montgomery, Mitzi ... 251 
Montgomery, Shelle . . 200 
Montgomery, Tracie . . 196 
Montgomery, Tracy . . . 326 
Moody, Billy ... 196,230, 

302 

Mooney, John 109 

Mooney, Sarah . . 208, 245, 

355 
Moore, Angel . . . 200, 214, 

251 

Moore, Angela 326 

Moore, Audra 39,213, 

248, 339, 355 

Moore, G. Bradley . . . 244, 

355, 420 

Moore, James 326 

Moore, Kathy 197 

Moore, Laura 93, 200 

Moore, Patrick 103 

Moore, Rhonda Michelle . . . 

193, 389 

Moore, Ronald Howard .... 

230, 302 
Moore, Tammy Lanell 

389 

Moore, Todd 249 

Moore, Trayce Annette .... 

233, 389 

Moore, Wendy L . 152,389 



415 



Mooring, Pam 


I'll, 


218, 






390 






355 


Nguyen, Kim .... 




356 


Moorman, Joe Edgar . 


189, 


Nichols, Amanda . 




327 






389 


Nichols, Benjamin 




356 


Moran, Donald Brett . . 


889 


Nichols, Carl . 71 


187 


, 390 


Moran, Kyle . . 39 


186 


, 326 


Nichols, Dani .... 




196 


Moree, Shay 


218 


, 355 


Nichols, Scott .... 




227 


Moreland, Keisha . 




226 


Nichols, Todd . . . 


234 


, 356 


Morgan, Anthony 




185, 


Nine, Jody 




47 




18b 


,405 


Noble, Julie . 196 


229 


356 


Morgan, Blair .... 


239 


,355 


Nolen, Natalie Michelle 




Morgan, Curt .... 


240 


,243 






390 


Morgan, Elizabeth 




210 


Nordan, Edwin . . . 




327 






214 


Nordan, Walker . . 


. 39 


,235 






Morgan, Jody .... 




326 


Norman, Rob .... 




108 


Morgan, Mark . . . 




326 


Norment, Karen Leanne 




Morgan, Richard . 




389 




1<U 


390 


Morgan, Tonya 




302 


Norton, Pam . . . 


232, 


244, 


Morici, Lisa . . 39 


202 


239 






390 


Morphis, Jennifer 




199, 


Novosel, Damir . . 




208 




200 


326 


Nowell, Laurie A . 




195, 


Morrell, Tommy . 




103 






390 


Morris, Bubba . . . 




253 


Nunnelee, Shannon 




137, 


Morris, David .... 




228 


141 


182 


219 


Morris, Elizabeth . 




302 








Morris, John 


240 


243 


o 










191 








Morris, William . . 


152 


389 


O'Connell, Janey . 


184 


356 


Morrow, Brad .... 




227 


O'Conner, Timothy 




227, 


Morrow, Sally . . . 


200 


326 






327 


Morrow, Todd . . 


228, 


240, 


O'Connor, Tim . . . 




227 


243 


244 


389 


O'Daniel, Christoph 


er D 




Morse, David .... 




202 




198 


390 


Morse, James .... 




326 


O'Hara, Evelyn . . 




327 


Morse, Jon 




209 


O'Keefe, Brennan Maurice 


Morton, Christina 




326 






ym 


Moser, Valorie . . . 




326 


O'Neal, Brenda 




247 


Moses, Corey Lynn 




39, 


O'Neal, Dwight . . 




247 






389 






Moses, Natalie Jean 




153, 


189 


214 


390 




185 


389 


O'Neal, Mark . . . 


194, 


235, 


Mosley, Candee 


114, 


129, 






356 


182, 189 


251 


355 


O'Neal, Robert . . . 




327 


Moss, John Philip 




302 


O'Neil, Joe . . 




198 












221 

326 


O'Quin, Caroline . 




201, 


Moss, Walter .... 


229 


327 


Moudy, Stacy .... 




326 


O'Reilly, Shannon 




197, 
249 


Mracich, Aime . . . 


83 


224 






Mullen, Johannah C 




50, 


Oats, Currie 




209 


211 


302 


421 


Ochello, Dino .... 


227 


327 


Mullins, John Jason 




53, 


Ohlson, Richard John 








302 




235 


303 


Murphy, Amanda Gayle 




Oldshue, John . . . 




240 


153 


244 


389 


Olive, Matthew . . . 


198 


356 


Murphy, Christy . . 




51 


Oliver, Shawn 


189, 


210, 


Murphy, Jay .... 


182, 


224, 




218 


356 






239 


Olson, Cliff . 212 


245 


356 


Murphy, Keith . . . 




326 


Olson, Lance .... 




227 


Murphy, Kristine E 
Murphy, Tim .... 




302 






51 




203 


Opindi, Baxter . . . 




234 


Murrah, Jeffery . . 




355 


Osteen, Karen . . . 


240 


356 


Murray, Heather 




251 


Oswalt, Ashley . . . 




217 


Murray, Paul .... 




208 


Oswalt, Lauren . . . 


229 


356 


Myers, Johnny . . . 


38 


408 


Oswalt, Missie Renee . . 


303 


Myers, Steve Harry 




390 


Othy, Tim 




53 


Myers, Vanessa Suel 


es . 




Ourso, Smith .... 




227 






390 


Owen, Elizabeth . . 




93 


Myers, Wheeler . . 




204 


Owen, Jody 




184 






103 


Owen, Melody . . . 
Owens, Anita . . . 




209 


Myrick, Lisa 




355 


228, 


246. 



N 



Nabors, Dionne 
Nabors, Julie . . 

Nabors, Sharron 



191 1 



233 
251, 

355 
. 41 



356 
Owens, Elizabeth ... 193, 

229 
Owens, Shauna ... 1 17, 391 



416 



Nails, Sarina 




226 


Pack, Latunia Gail 




153, 


Narenthiran, Nadesan . 








391 






208 


Page, Christopher 




229 


Nark, Kalluri 




222 


Page, Phil 




109 


Nash, Freda 




233 


Palmer, Angela Lyn 


n 


85, 


Nations, Paul .... 




197 


201 


251 


303 






2 1 8 
326 


Palmer, Kim .... 


240, 


242, 


Necaise, Darlon . . 




356 


Neely, Brian 




247 


Palmer, Lyn . . 40, 


200 


211 


Nelson, John C . . . 




390 


Palmer, Stephen . 


182, 


186, 




;tt 

181 




229, 
Palmertree, Melanie 


239 


327 




302 


327 


Nelson, Scott Elvin 




302 


Parent, Kere 


2 1 8 


356 


Nelson, Shannon . 




202 


Parham, Clinton 




229 


Neral, Tatlow .... 




. 50 


Parham, Francs . . 




357 


Nesbit, David 




355 


Parham, Jason Cory 




303 


Nester, Mitchell . . 




355 


Parish, Hugh .... 




210 


New, Rachel Garrett 




228, 


Parish, John Ray . 




391 






390 


Parker, Deborah . . 


l 11 


327 


Newberry, Alison . 




250 


Parker, Greg .... 




234 


Newlon, Tammy . 


229 


326 


Parker, Jennifer A 




303 


Newman, Stacey . . 


1 94 


249 


Parker, Laura Beth 




197, 


Newsom, Kathi .... 




. 40 






250 


Newsom, Michelle 




187 


Parker, Trenton J 




264, 


Newton, David Scott 




303 






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Parks, Cynthia L 




251, 






252, 


Vh3 


391 


Newton, John Kenneth 




Parks, Jeff 




227 



Parris, Holly 45, 357 

Parrish, Carla E 303 

Pass, Albertina 391 

Passons, Peyton . . 185, 357 

Pate, Christy 196 

Pate, Derrick 328 

Pate, Dexter 188 

Patel, Nipa 214 

Patino, Bert 38 

Patrick, Jason .... 230, 357 
Patterson, Kevin Lee . . 391 
Patterson, Rhonda B . 247, 
391 
Patton,Jan . . 208, 245,357 

Paul, Ginger 207 

Payne, Donna Denise . . 391 
Payne, Jennifer Lea ... 391 

Payne, Kristy 51 

Payne, Molly . 85,196,328 

Payne, Penelope Ann . 391 

Payton, Mania ... 39, 50. 

221,357 

Peacock, Jennifer 250 

Peacock, Thomas 328 

Pearman, Aubey 182 

Peavey, Joseph 328 

Peeler, Michael James 

249, 392 

Pender, Runnie 103 

Pendergast, Clancy ... 103 

Penn, Benton 204 

Penrose, Amy .... 117, 357 

Penlon, Colbey ... 195, 328 

Penton, Roxanne .... 201, 

328 

Pepper, Mike ... 182, 189, 

357 

Perdue, Stacy .... 38, 185, 

249 

Perry, Jay i 204 

Perry, Phillip 235, 357 

Perry, Wesley Lee ... 251, 
392 

Person, William 275 

Pertect, Jackie 233 

Pertuit, Dwight Wade 

194, 235. 392 
Peterman, Jeff ... 1 97, 408 

Petersen, Karen 328 

Peterson, Kristina ... 328 

Peterson, Tina ... 44^201, 

2 14 

Pettit, Paula 229 

Petty, Bev 250 

Phares, Angela Marie .... ~ 
114, 153. 196,219, 392 

Phares, Angie 219 

Phelps, Melissa K . 184. 

392 

Phillips, Kristin . . 209, 251 

Phillips, Stephanie D . 193, 

392 

Phodes, Tammy 247 

Pickering, Patti Ann . 197, 

201,392 

Pickett, Paul Alan ... 198. 

392 

Pierce, Eddie 103 

Pigg, Glen 234, 357 

Pigott, Steve 357 

Pina, Keith 221 

Pipkin, Linda Bailey . 187, 

189,392 

Pippin, Serena Dawn . . 304 

Pittman, Arnie 197 

Pittman, James . . 240,243, 

328 

Pitts, Curtis Lee 235, 304 

Plaxico, Sallie . . . 244, 357 

Plump, Greg 103 

Poe, Kathryn .... 232, 357 

Poe, Katrina . . 39, 93, 153, 

193,392 

Poindexter, Patrick . . 197, 

264 

Poindexter, Tina Renee . . . 

211, 392 

Poitra, Peter 220 

Pokrefke, Jacquelyn . . . 39, 
406 

Polles, Jim 103 

Poole, Harold Duane . 304, 
315 

Poole, Heide 358 

Poole, Melinda .. . 197,235 

Poole, Melinae 93 

Pope, Darbie Dawn . . 249, 
250, 392 

Pope, Phillip 250 

Pope, Terry Lynn . . . 154, 
239, 393 

Porco, David 183 

Porter, Dawn 117 

Porter, Dredzell Pace . . 304 
Porter, Nikki 48, 201 



Potter, Deborah .. 184,358 

Potter, Julia Elizabeth 

184, 304 

Powell, Amy 196 

Powell, Brad 188 

Powell, Brenda ... 193, 358 

Powell, Dawn 39, 51 

Power, Anissa 238 

Powers, Joan Shelley . 240, 
241,393 

Prather, Matthew 226 

Prats, Erin E ... 201,234, 

244 
Prescott, Stephanie L . 232, 

393 

Presley, Julian 235 

Priddy, Jimmy 208 

Prince, Amy 249 

Prince, Claire . . . 194, 223, 

238 

Prince, Tim 250 

Prince, William . 98, 101, 

103 
Pritchard, David 247, 358 
Pritchard, Dennis David . . . 

264 

Pritts, Brandon 215 

Prowell, Revita .. 221,328 

Puli, Balaji 222 

Purdy, Michelle . 196, 328 
Purnell, Sylvia 233 

Q 

Quails, Tera . 44, 221, 329 

Quinn, Audrey . . 244, 249, 

250 

Quinn, Tom 106, 111 

Quintini, Mike 194 

Quon, Ray ... 42, 205, 304 

R 

Rackley, Brad 201 

Ragland, Amy Martha 

201, 209, 304 

Raines, James 207 

Raines, Larry . 208, 248, 

329 

Raines, Shelle 251 

Haley, Suzanne A . . . . 218, 

393 
Ramsey, Robin .... 40, 358 
Randall, Mary .. 201,202, 

358 

Rapport, Jennifer 249 

Rashka, Kirk Michael 

220, 393 
Ratcliff, Andrea ...... 225 

Rail iff, Orlando 230 

Ray, Heather ... 196, 239, 

329 

Ray, Kelly 103 

Ray, Keri . . . 182, 196, 218 

Ray, Libby 217, 393 

Ray, Michael 191,223 

Ray, William Kent .... 304 

Read, Tray . . 194, 235, 358 

Record, Carrie Frances .... 

195, 393 

Reed, Byron 208, 229 

Reed, Chris 235 

Reed, Donna Michelle 

244, 250, 393 

Reed, Jimmy 188 

Reed, Scott 187 

Rees, Cindy 189.223, 

228, 406 

Reese, Beverly Jean . . 200, 

202. 304 

Reese, Matt 5, 103 

Reeves, Cynthia . . 235, 359 

Reeves, Steven 264 

Reid, Lisa 250 

Reinschmiedt, Lynn ... 189 

Reno, Chip 203 

Rester, Derek 191, 192, 

329 
Rever, Robyn .... 250, 329 

Reynolds, Billy 201 

Reynolds, Gwen 233 

Reynolds, Rob . . 186, 201, 

305 

Reynolds, Steve 250 

Rhea, Kenneth Lee . . 195. 

393 

Rhodman, Era 93 

Rice, Julie Anna 39 

Rice, Ronnie Douglas 

154, 218, 240, 393 
Richards, Jon . 39,42,211, 

406 

Richardson, Bo . 199,200, 

239,253 

Richardson, Chris ... 198, 



235 
Richardson, Michael Jay . . . 

239, 393 

Richey, Keith Alan . . 218, 

393 

Riddell, Randall Scott 

231,393 

Rieves, Angela . . . 233, 359 

Riggan, Herbert H . . . 264, 

393 

Riggon, Herbert 264 

Riggs, Kerri 85 

Rigney, Mark 237 

Riley, Dominick 221 

Riley, Jennifer 211 

Riley, Keith Orlando . 233, 
393 

Riley, Mike 103 

Rimmer, Elizabeth .... 85, 
198, 329 

Rinehart, Russ 200 

Ring, Charley 251 

Ritter, Catherine . 201,229 

Ritter, Cathy 201 

Ritter, Kathy 1 96 

Rivera, Cita 203 

Rivera, Florecita . 203, 305 

Rivera, Robert . . 203, 359, 

420 

Rivers, Starella ... 221, 359 

Rizvi, Faraz 225, 420 

Roach, Georgetta . 38,231, 
255 

Robbins, Justin 234 

Roberson, Mike . 42, 206 

Roberson, Rina 224 

Roberts, Kenny . . 101, 103 

Roberts, Rodney Demond . . 

305 

Robinson, Bobby Wayne . . . 

226, 246, 393 

Robinson, Joel Warren .... 

191,208,393 

Robinson, Lewis 184 

Robinson, Lisa . . 208, 229, 

329, 394 

Robinson, Michael Ray .... 

38,275,394 

Robinson, Robert Dent .... 

249, 305 

Robinson, Sandra .... 154, 

394 

Robinson, William "Sleepy" 

97, 101, 103, 105 

Robison, Kathy 229 

Robison, Louis 182 

Roby.Jana . . 93. 360,421 

Roby, Temperance .... 39, 

394 

Rockel, Lee Van 227 

Rockwell, Molly . 244, 249, 
250 

Rodgers, Hope 83 

Rodman, Shannon . . . 186, 
229, 330 

Rogers, Christopher J 

196, 305 

Rogers, Hope 129 

Rogers, Jennifer Leigh .... 
201,305 

Rogers, Ken 214 

Rogers, Melanie . . 196, 330 

Roland, Brian Jess . . . 250, 

394 

Roland, William 275 

Rollins, Lisa Ann ... 251, 
305 

Roos, Michelle 93, 330 

Root, Michael .... 46, 228, 
360 

Rosado, Jose Antonio 

186,394 

Ross, Laura 229 

Rossi, Jackie 218 

Rossi, Michael 229 

Rounsavall. Paul 194,235 
Rounsaville, Lezlie ... 195 

Rowell. Stacie 44, 360 

Ruby, Robert Harris 154 

Ruciano, Arnold 47 

Rucker, Leon ... 212, 245, 
394 

Rudge, Kevin 53 

Rush, John 201, 330 

Rush, LaDonna Verrelle . . . 
244, 249, 250, 305 

Rushing, Alan 234 

Rushing, Lisa Ann ... 211, 
394 

Rushing, Michael 235 

Russell, Amy Suzanne 

305, 420 

Russell, Brent 239 

Russell, Chris 222, 231 

Russell, Christian 47 

Rutland, Jim ... 39, 53,360 



Rutland, Kristie 218 

Rutland, Rusty 210 

Rutledge, Ed 183 

s 

Sagraves, Tony 250 

Saleem, Mohammed . . . 225 

Salone, Lester 222 

Sample, Lana 251 

Sample, Valara 41 

Sampson, Amy . . . 40, 183, 
330 

Samsil, Dana 229 

Sanders, Angela L ... 154, 

219,239, 394 

Sanders, Charles 238, 360 

Sanders, Christy 184,229, 

330 

Sanders, Cynthia M . . 207, 

395 

Sanders, James ... 252,360 

Sanders, Jon David 187, 

395 

Sanders, Kitty 201 

Sanders, Todd 249 

Sandy, Shawn 227 

Sanford, Scott .... 194, 235 

Santucci, Robyn 209 

Sartin, Bill 103 

Saul, Rhonda Rana . . 226, 

239, 395 

Saum, Heather Loraine .... 

183,305 

Saunders, Andrew .... 244 

Saunders, Jon Clair .. 234, 

395 

Savage, Derrick 208 

Scales, Camille 209 

Schmidt, David F . . . . 208, 

248, 305 

Schneider, Tiffany ... 117, 

395 

Scholl, Sandy Jean ... 218, 

395 

Schrag, Jennipher M . . 48, 

201,305 

Schreiner, Beth . 219,251 

Schweizer, Federico . . 250, 

330 

Scoggins, June C 195 

Scott, Charity D . 395, 409, 
421 

Scott, Paul 249, 250 

Scott, Umekia 44 

Scruggs, Paul Brian . . 253, 

395 

Scruggs, Susan .. 217,229, 

330 

Seiman, Atol 207 

Selvie, Tammie 233 

Serio, Monica Melissa 

196, 395 
Shadfique, Rana M ... 225 

Sharp, Helen 211 

Sharp, Jennifer 249 

Sheff, Cyndi 199 

Shelby, Ronnie Shannon . . . 

201,395 

Shelton, Sydney .. 211,361 

Shepard, James D . . . . 234, 

395 

Shepard, Torrie 231 

Sheperd, Kimbel David ... 
155 

Sherman, Christa 244 

Shipman, Hunt 182 

Shirley, Jim 155,207, 

223, 253 

Shoemaker. Debra . . . 228, 

235,361 

Shoemaker, John 227 

Shook, Paul 201 

Shriner, Stephanie . . . 195, 

330 

Shumway, Susan . . 249, 330 

Siefkin.Josh 103 

Sigler, Philip 229 

Simkins, Jennifer Maria . . . 
217,396 

Simmons, Alison Ray 

182,201,306 

Simmons, Marianne . . . 85, 

396 

Simmons, Shane ...... 210 

Simmons-Criss, Barbara . . . 
192 

Simnicht, Laura 210 

Simpson, Jason 1 03 

Simpson, John Thomas .... 
42, 206. 306 

Simrall, Harry 208 

Sims, Cylenthia Evette 

221, 246. 396 
Sims, Johanna 229 



Sinclair, Brian 227 

Singletary, Eric . . 248.331 

Singletary, Glen . . 252, 275 

Singleton, Kimberly . . 187, 

200,244, 361 

Sink, James 331 

Sizemore, Jorg 229 

Skelton, Mark 235 

Skinner, Mike 234 

Skupien, Walt 186, 229 

Slaughter, Sherra ... 201, 

361 

Sledge, Carlton 220 

Sledge, Torria ... 221,361 
Smith, Alisa Darlene . 244, 

396 

Smith, Alyson 211, 361 

Smith, Andrew Michael .... 
208, 229, 396 

Smith, Angela 191, 331 

Smith, Arnold Bouchard 

192,396 

Smith, Brad 70, 234 

Smith, Bruce Conrad . 275, 

306 

Smith, Chandra Lynn 

155, 183, 210,228, 396 
Smith, Christy Lane . , 185, 

200, 306 

Smith, Clay 186, 201 

Smith, Cullen T . 189, 208, 

234, 253. 306, 361 
Smith, Dustin ... 199,200, 

331,361 

Smith, Greg 198 

Smith, Heidi M .. 306,331 
Smith, Jennifer .... 87, 331 
Smith, John David .... 49, 

235, 396 

Smith, Kevin 39 

Smith, Kristin . . . 229, 331 

Smith, Kyle Thomas . 275, 

396 

Smith, Lesley . . . 202, 229. 

361 

Smith, Nancy 215, 331 

Smith, Norman 213 

Smith, Pete 103, 239 

Smith, Scott 191,331 

Smith, Shannon Paige 

193, 200, 306 

Smith, Sheila 229, 361 

Smith, Stephen 229 

Smith, Susanne 244 

Smith, Teressa R . 275, 397 
Smith, Trisha Leigh . . 155, 

189, 208 
Smith, Valerie .... 50, 331 

Smith, Vickie 187, 361 

Smith, Yolanda 233 

Smock, Darrell Lee . . . 46, 

397 

Snell, Beverly Diane 184, 

196,248,306 

Snow, Annie 252 

Snow, Britton 39, 250 

Snow, Laquitha .... 39, 41 

Sobiyasyed, Irfan Syed ... 

225 

Sondermeyer, Jennifer .... 

232, 244 
Sones, Richard M . . . 212, 

245, 397 
Sorrels, Natalie . 129,183, 

201, 306 
Sorto, Jeanna Walker . 187, 

195,397 

Sours, Caroline 45 

South, Ben 250 

Sowell, Stephanie ... 196, 

229 

Sparrow, Chuck 189 

Speaks, Krista ... 187, 201, 
244, 361 

Speck, Catherine 196 

Spell, Robby 232 

Spell, Robin . . 50, 193, 307 

Spence, Marlene 214 

Spencer, Kimberly C . 195, 

397 

Spruce, Roger 192 

Srrels, Natalie 183 

! Staats, Marc . . 39, 236, 238 

Stafford, Jes 49 

j SUllings, Sydney 251 

Stall worth, Chris 103 

Stamps, Amanda .... 182, 
229,246, 331 

Stanford, Chad 220 

Stanford, Kimberly . . 238, 

331 

Stanley, Robby 53 

Starling, Yalanda ... 221, 

362 
Statham, Jeffrey .. 189,214 



Steele, Amy 217 

Steele, Holly 202, 362 

Steen, Adriann . . . 244, 397 

Steimle, Carol 207 

Stephens, Amy Michelle . . . 

235, 307 

Stephens, Catherine ... 232 

Stephens, Stephanie L 

217, 249,250, 397 
Stephenson, Clifford Lynn 

198 

Stevens, Mark 198 

Stevens, Michael Henry .... 

234, 397 
Stevens, Robert Marcus .... 

155,397 

Steward, Barry 183 

Stewart, Kenny 103 

Stewart, Terri ... 129, 195, 
219, 223, 239, 251, 397 

Stocks, Chad 197, 210 

Stockwell, Stacey . . 48, 307 
Stogner, Michael . 191,223 
Stokes, Clifton ... 191,208 

Stone, Cami 362 

Stowl, Wendy 48 

Stratton, John ... 183, 207, 

362 

Street, Leslie 229, 332 

Street, Simon 45 

Street, William Barry . . 47, 

307 
Streets, Douglas Arthur ... 

249, 397 

Strickland, Jay 264 

Strickland, Katheryn . 362 

Strickland, Katie 85 

Strickland, Les 5 

Strickland, Leslie 103 

Stroble, Julia 332 

Strong, Angelia Shahazz . . . 

235, 307 

Strong, Jervy 221 

Strutton, John 207 

Stuart, Stephanie Carol .... 

244, 397 

Stubblefield, Susan L . 183, 

397 

Stubbs, Bryant . . . 230, 233 

Stubbs, Sheila 233 

Stucky, Stephanie .... 183, 

201, 332 
Sturdivant, Alyssa .... 135 
Sturdivant, Mervin .... 210 
Sullivan, David Ty . . . 218, 

250, 397 
Sullivan, Helen . . 218,332 

Sullivan, Sean 253 

Sullivan, Susan ... 193, 362 

Sutton, Terreia 83 

Swain, Margo 194 

Swetz, Steve 195 

Swindle, Randy 191 

Swindoll, Steve 39 

Sykes, Debbie . . . 195, 228, 

398 

Szeto, Judith Ann .... 232, 

398 

T 

Tabb, Tracy L . . 196, 209, 

398 

Tabor, Terri Dawn . . 200, 

308 

Talley, Angie F ... 38, 45, 

221, 398 

Tally, Jon 234 

Tan, Thuan . 207, 332, 362 

Tankson, Janetta . 41,233 

Tanner, Kimberly . . 200, 

332 

Tanner, Mona 201 

Taylor, Christopher . . 233, 

373 

Taylor, David .... 220, 398 

Taylor, Elizabeth N . . 156, 

217, 233, 398 

Taylor, Jeffrey 233 

Taylor, Jennifer . 129,156, 
219,239,251, 398 

Taylor, Justin 39 

Taylor, Kevin .... 195, 362 

Taylor, Meegan 220 

Taylor, Michael Wayne .... 

208, 398 

Taylor, Tanya .. 202,210, 

244, 363 

Taylor, Tonya 187 

Tedder. Stephanie Jill 

224, 398 

Teel, Jennifer Amy .. 200, 

308 

Teel, Suzanne C . 195,218, 

224, 398 



Temple, David 208 

Teng, Kevin 207 

Tentoni, Alane 208 

Terrell, Rhonda Lashun . . . 

40, 398 

Thames, Anthony .... 103 

Thigpen, Sandye . 93,210, 

399 

Thogmartin, Chris ... 227 

Thomas, Ashley . 129,156, 

196, 218,239,399 

Thomas, Beth 239 

Thomas, Christine .... 191 

Thomas, Jackie 202 

Thomas, Jennifer Lynae . . . 
229, 399 

Thomas, Sara 252 

Thomas, Sheila Cantrell . . . 
41, 221, 399 

Thomas, Sonja 194 

Thomas, Stephanie . . . 196, 

332 
Thomas, Steve ... 191,223 
Thomas, Teresa Ann . 228, 

399 

Thomas, Tess 246 

Thomas-Miller, Tess . . 209 
Thomason, Polly .. 51,200 

Thompson, Alice 193 

Thompson, Janet Marie .... 

232, 244, 399 

Thompson, Karen E . . 247, 

399 
Thompson, Kristin . . 209. 

332 
Thompson, Mona .... 238, 

363 
Thornton, Clint .... 5, 103 

Thornton, Erick 209 

Thrasher, Sonia . . 207, 363 

Tigrett, Susan 40 

Tinney, Paige .... 193, 229 

Tipton, John 250 

Toland, Laura . . . 238, 332 

Tolar, Fred 249 

Tompkins, Teresa Anne . . . 
250, 308 

Toney, Kristi 129 

Tonkel, Tracy . . . 218, 332 
Torrey, Betsy .... 191, 223 

Torrey, Kansay 44 

Torrey, Ramsay 216,363 

Towles, Michael G . . . 2@2, 

308 

Towles, Phillip , . 363 

Trammell, Marilyn 221, 

863 
Travis, Justin .... 230,235 

Tribble, Margret 214 

Trim, Arigela ... 218, 363 

Trimble, James 332 

Triplett, Cynthia A ... 51, 

400 

Tubb, Mike 220 

Tubertini, Lainie 202 

Tucker, Danica 226 

Tucker, Kelly 53, 250 

Tullos, Doug 234 

Tullos, Simone Nichole .... 

202, 308 

Turcotte, Leah E . 228, 400 

Turner, Joe MPton 196, 

230, 400 

Turner, Lebrio Jahmal .... 

222, 308 

Turnipseed, Timothy 

196,406 
Tuttle, Steve 186, 207, 

250 
Tyner, Fred Mack . . . 230, 

400 



u 



Underwood, Belinda . 195, 

400, 420 

Underwood, John .... 229, 

230 



Vadhwa, Seema Kumari .... 

187, 244,400 

Vance, Brooke 85 

Vance, Lesley Shannon .... 

240, 243, 400 

Vance, Traci 229 

Vanderford, Anthony 229 

Vandevelde, Kristi M . 156, 

218,400 

Vandevender, Bruce . . 220 

VanDoren, Amy 248 

Vassar, Sonya .... 93, 209, 

363 

Vasser, Trevette 263 



Vaughn, Chandra I) 196, 

400 

Vaughn, David L . 191,400 

Veach, Christie .... 39, 41, 

232,419 

Verdell, Ron 209 

Verdell, Tommy 209 

Verlangiere, Joe 103 

Versiga, Cynthia E . . . . 309 

Vicker, Ken 226 

Vieira, Patricia . . . 228, 400 
Vinet, Glen Andrew . . . 39, 

156,400 
Vinicki, Jon Jay .. 228,400 
Vining, John Lance ... 156 

Vining, Lance 237 

Vinson, James 229 

Virasak, Jacques 191 

Vithoven, Scott 227 

Vonlubbe, Stefan 234 

Vuncannon, Ara Marie .... 
203, 220, 400 

w 

Wade, Keith 235 

Wade, Melanie ... 85, 198, 
204, 363 

Waillard, Lori 41 

Waite, Kelly 83 

Walker, Charles 187 

Walker, Clay 210 

Walker, Jason Scott ... 47, 

309 
Walker, Nina B . . 239, 309 
Walker, Robert . . . 264, 363 

Walker, Tim 233 

Walker, Timmy 182 

Wallace, Allison . . 229, 333 

Wallace, Becky 117 

Wallace, Beth 245 

Wallace, Budgie 234 

Wallace, Mare 275 

Wallace, Sammy 220 

Wallace, Stephanie Dawn . . 
48, 209, 309 

Waller, Stephan 234 

Walls, Kimberly . . 39, 51, 

f 194,333,401 

Walls, Sala . . 222, 229, 333 

Walters, Davelle 39 

Walters, Kirk 203 

Walters, Reed 213 

Walters, Shelley 229 

Waltman, Al 220 

Walton, Chiquitta . 41,333, 

420 

Wamble, Karen 117 

Wampler, Steve . 195,211, 

364 

Ward, Fred 103 

Ward, Hilda Rena 39,41, 

401 

Ward, Theresa 193 

Ware, Stephanie Deann .... 

191,309 

Warnock, Bradley .... 203 

Warren, Michelle 249 

Washington, Carroll . . 233 

Wasserman, David .... 38, 

157, 182, 186,401 

Wasserman, Paul .... 229, 

253 

Waterson, Alex . 192,229, 

230, 364 

Watkins, Cary . . . 200, 204, 

364 

Watkins, Ken 195 

Watkins, Kendall 103 

Watson, Brett 253 

Watson, Chris 188 

Watson, Hank 244 

Watson, Heather 246 

Watson, Stevie .. 201,221, 

309 
Watts, James Brady .. 186, 

309 

Watts, Lin 202 

Weathersby, Jim 236 

Webb, Dave . 183, 184, 309 

Weddig, David 43, 334 

Weems, Duane 234 

Weems, Hope .... 193, 364 

Weihing, Laura . 157,192, 

401,421 

Welborn, Paul 200 

Welch, Alston 240 

Welch, Diane . 38, 45, 202, 

364 

Welch, Elizabeth 202, 

229 364 

Welch, Jon , 334 

Welch, Marti 214 

Welch, Michael Ray . . 187, 

401 



Welch, Susan Louise . 239, 
401 

Welker, Bob 187 

Wells, Tonya Jean . . . 200, 
218,244,401 

Welsh, Alston 242 

Wendlandf, Steve 210 

Wensley, Will 187 

Wenzel, Julie 184,364 

West, Lamarcus 222 

West, Lisa 204, 364 

West, Mike 231 

Westbrook, Brian 234 

Westbrook, Chris 203 

Whatley, Angel . . 85, 334 

White, Allison 196 

White, Beth 223 

White, Dewayne 39 

White, Dianna 196 

White, Elgenia 255 

White, Gary 231 

White, Heather . . 40, 200, 
334 

White, Jack 248 

White, John 229, 334 

White, Kim 85 

White, Kimberly 201 

White, Laura .... 207, 402 

White, Lisa 93, 402 

White, Mike 229 

White, Tess 211 

White, Tony 252, 275 

Whitehead, Tracy 229 

Whitehurst, Debbie . . 197 

Whitney, Sean 191 

Whitney, Steve 236 

Whitt, Beth 210,219,232, 
402 

Whitver, Chris 249 

Wicker, John David .. 157, 
195, 198, 212,253 

Wigant, Mike 247 

Wikerson, Anthony ... 201 

Wilder, Patty 189,402 

Wilkins, Linda 210 

Wilkinson, Chase 200 

Will, Robert Con 205 

Williams, Angela .... 247, 
402 
Williams, Brad . . . 207, 239 
Williams, Brian . . 297, 309 
Williams, Brock . . 248, 402 

Williams, Bryan 103 

Williams, Carl . . . 233, 364 

Williams, Chas . , 196,200, 

202 

Williams, Christopher S ... 

40, 83,218,226,229, 310, 

334, 365, 402 

Williams, Clay ... 46,216, 

364 

Williams, Erick D . 39, 85, 

182, 185, 207, 263,310, 

334, 402 

Williams, Gregory .... 365 

Williams, Henry 334 

Williams, James David .... 

157, 182, 185,207,233, 

365, 402 

Williams, Jennifer Jo .. 51, 

201,310 

Williams, Jimmy 234 

Williams, Lee 103 

Williams, Modina .... 226 
Williams, Nate .... 97, 103 
Williams, Tekita . . 45, 334 
Williams, Terrance E . . 99, 
103, 194, 310,402 

Williams, Tom 227 

Williams, Tonya . 222, 334 

Williams, Wade . . 38, 182, 

186,365 

Williams, Wesley P .. 310, 

402 

Williamson, Karl 103 

Williamson, Mark .... 226 
Williamson, Menissa . . 232 

Williford, Sallie 202 

Willis, Tim 230 

Willis, Timothy . . 230, 335 

Willoughby, Margaret ..... 

229 

Wills, Gina 228, 365 

Wilson, Carlos . . . 275, 335 

Wilson, Jen 218 

Wilson, Kevin . . . 197, 264 

Wilson, Michelle . 217,403 

Wilson, Tawanda .... 255, 

403 

Wilson, Wanda 38, 45, 

221, 365 

Wilson, Yolanda 221 

Windham, Rebecca Lynn . . . 

85,310 

Winfield, Charlie 196 



Wingield, Charles .... 229 

Wingo, Brad 214,335 

Wingo, Scotty 226, 365 

Wingo, William 229 

Winn, Amy ... 93, 186, 403 

Winstead, Mark 238 

Winters, Patricia . 221,335 
Wise, Barry .... 157, 186, 

240,251,403 

Wisner, Jason 103 

Witthauer, Robert . . 182, 

198,219,403 

Wolfe, Kristen . . 203,311, 

403 

Woo, Stephen 229, 335 

Wood, Dawn 192 

Wood, Rebecca .... 93, 365 

Wood, Susan 229, 365 

Wood, Virginia 196 

Woodard, Marc . 102, 103, 
105 

Woodruff, Stace 201 

Woods, Amy 48, 365 

Woods, Bobby Carl .. 194, 
235, 403 

Woods, Chuck 202 

Woods, Elizabeth . . 44, 365 
Woods, Mary Nell .... 197 
Woods, Traci .... 193, 335 

Worthen, Robert 238 

Wray, Jennifer ... 251,365 
Wright, Bonnie .. 194,263 

Wright, Brian 103, 365 

Wright, Kim . . 39, 51, 182, 

201,335, 365 

Wright, Scott 211, 335 

Wright, Tiffany 83 

Wyatt, Jeni 228 

Wyatt, Jennifer Lynn .. 157 

Wynne, Corin Ashley . 50, 

311 

Y 

Yang, Nelson 249 

Yates, Danny 228 

Yelverton, Jennifer ... 201 

York, Aimee 117 

Young, Anna . . . 249, 250, 

403 

Young, Brian . . . 225, 248, 

249, 250, 335 

Young, Cindy .... 204, 406 

Young, Jacqueline ... 193, 

311 
Young, Jason ... 183,207, 

253 

Young, Kim 201 

Young, Lisa 193, 263 

Young, Nikki 195, 403 

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Whew! What a year! This past year 
has been a total whirlwind. My year 
as editor began officially in May of 
1991, in Dallas, Texas. What had 
been just a faint glimmer in my mind 
began to take tangible form. The 
ideasand sketches that I had worked 
two months on were transformed 
into the cover and division pages of 
the 1992 Reveille. This year with the 
help of Kathy Wright at Taylor and 
others on the Reveille staff, Ihave 
learned that there is no such thing as 
a problem but only difficult situa- 
tions that will take longer to analyze 
and figure out a correct approach. 

I would like to thank everyone on 
this year's staff. The hard work that 
each of you has put forth was noticed 
and greatly appreciated. I know I 
probably did not praise you to the 
extent that I should have but, I truly 
hope that you know how proud I am 
of you all. 

Joy Leggett, you have been an out- 
standing managing editor. I want to 
thank you for the times when some- 
how the ball was fumbled, you came 
along, picked up the slack, and ran 
with it to make sure we were always 
on schedule. Christie Veach, what a 
wonderful person and friend. Al- 
though you had to learn a whole new 
language (MSU-eze) as business man- 
ager, you took it in stride and when I 
needed your help with the yearbook 
you volunteered. To my section ed- 
itors, words cannot express how 
proud you have made me time after 
time. Your committment to having 
the best yearbook ever produced in 
this state was unwavering and I be- 
lieved you have succeded. Laura, 
Mark, Denise, Allegra, Maria, Char- 
ity, Michel, Shelli, Jana, and all of the 
photographers, this past year has 
truely been an experience and I am 
glad that I had you all with me. 

For those of the student body who 
are not familiar with the process of 
yearbook production, I would like to 
tell you what a feat this annual really 
is. A yearbook is probably one of the 
most time consuming publications 
that students can produce. For any 
page in this yearbook, I would es- 
timate at least 50 hours went into 
each for it to appear as you see. From 
the photography end to the actual 
typing of the copy, the staff has given 
its time as well as blood, sweat, and 
tears for you, the students. I believe I 



can speak for everyone involved with 
the 1992 Reveille when I say we hope 
you enjoy this document of the past 
year. Not everything will meet the 
standards of everyone but, think be- 
fore you are quick to criticize. Think 
that each person who was involved 
with the book is a full time student. 
Think of the hours of checking and 
re-checking to be as sure as possible 
that everything was perfect. I do 
know that mistakes are bound to hap- 
pen, though, and I would like to ask 
for your understanding where this 
occurred. 

There are two people that I have 
purposly waited to mention until the 
end because they are the people who 
have influenced and been the most 
helpful to me this year. 

David Farrish, my photography 
editor and photographer ex- 
traordinare, has been the driving 
force behind the look of the annual. 
A yearbook is nothing without qual- 
ity photos. If you compare the qual- 
ity of the photos with those from 
previous years, I believe you will be 
pleasantly surprised. David has also 
taught me so much; forget the pho- 
tography ideals that I have picked 
up, I learned a lot about myself 
through David. He is the first pho- 
tographer whom I have ever met 
that wanted to take the time to teach 
me the photography end of produc- 
ing a yearbook. David can also be 
found guilty of getting me 
"addicted" to cameras (what an ex- 
pensive habit to satisfy). Thanks 
again for your hard work. I hope 
someday you can build yourself a 
cameia store and darkroom next to 
your gravel pit. 

Finally, I would like to tell Gina 
Brooks how much I love her. You 
believed in me and firmly nudged me 
to go for my dream of being editor 
even though I was not sure that I 
could do the job. You always were 
there when I needed you and I will 
never forget it (you probably 



wouldn't let me, even if I wanted to, 
would ya?). Gina, I have learned that 
you are the only one who can put up 
with me for any given length of time. 
I admire you for your strengths and I 
love you for your weaknesses. You 
have, throughout the year, been in 
my heart and mind. Thank you. 

I would like to wish all those soon 
to leave State all of the luck in the 
world. To those who still have to 
serve their time, it gets tough some- 
times but stick it out. Trust me it is 
worth it. Thank you all for letting me 
have the most unique experience of 
my life. 

Hobs 



Mississippi State University's 
88th volume of The Reveille was 
printed by Taylor Publishing 
Company of Dallas, Texas, 
with the use of single color, two 
color, and four color presses. 
Paper stock for all pages is 80 
pound number one grade 
enamel. The original cover and 
division pages were designed 
by Michael Hobby. Artistic 
work and final refinments on 
the designs were made by Tay- 
lor artist Delores Landin. The 
cover is gray vellum (Taylor 
number 090) with burgundy 
ink. The "State" logo was ere- 



Colophon 

ated by Ms Landon and em- 
bossed into the cover. The end- 
sheets are gray parchment 
(Taylor number 806). The 
prominent type styles are as fol- 
lows: headlines — Seville bold; 
subheads — Seville bold; body 
copy — Seville; captions — Se- 
ville italics. 

Professional Images of Jack- 
son, MS, provided all student 
photos in the classes section. 
Additional photos were provid- 
ed by MSU Public Relations 
photographer, Fred Faulk, 
MSU Sports Information, and 
Darrell McAllister of Film- 



graphics of Columbus, MS. 
Most black and white photo- 
graphs were taken by The Rev- 
eille staff photographers; all of 
whom are full time MSU stu- 
dents. 

The Reveille is entirely run by 
full time students of Mississippi 
State University. Copies of the 
yearbook are purchased by stu- 
dents through a $7.50 activity 
fee incurred by all underclass- 
men students each semester. 
After publication copies were 
sold for $20.00. The press run 
of The Reveille 1991-1992 edi- 
tion was 7200 copies of 424 
pages each. 




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Students 



Ishan Adel Safieddine 
Lebanon 

David Armistead 
Jacksonville, FL 

Lloyd Whitten 
Louisville, MS 

Dunbar McCurley 
Woodville, MS 

James Cozart 
Randolph, MS 

Shay Bone 
Kenner, LA 

Rebecca Smith 

Starkville, MS 

Rodney Stowers 
Forest, MS 

Bobby Wong 
Rosedale, MS 



FACULTY 

Hazel Bequette 

Wiley Steve Nelms 

Hershel Q- Fulgham 

Aubrey G. Edwards 

W. W. Littlejohn 

Charles Lindley 

Bob T. Chapin 

John K. Bettersworth 




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